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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AOENT FOR fllluliAßS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Blocß. Phone Red 341. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR TOPICS Officers and Leaders of l>rcshyleri..n C. F.. Society for July-December 1004. TOPICS. July •i-Wuys ot consecrating ourselves to our com. try. Bom. 18. I-T: I Pet. 3, S:IT Lender —Anna Solludoy, 10 Borne modern Idolsand how tooverthrow them. Luke 18: 15-31: Phil. 8: IM9, Leader Clara Denton, i: The world's gum through unlveraul peace. I> S . iv: 0:11; [su. 8:8:4. Leader -Mr. 1,. Beoley. «| -How to break down the spirit of caste, .las. in; Matt. 88: 8 18. Lender Mrs. Qeo Campbell. 3i An evening with Burmah and Slam. Isa. 88: HO. Missionary Committee, August 7- cod's guiding hand in our lives, I Chron. to: 10-18; Luke 18: l-T. (Experience „ liiiu'.) Leader Prunkle Purnhnm 14-Obeylag when obedience is hard. lien. 89: is. Leader John Burnham. si Standing atone tor Uod. Rom. B: 31-88, Leader Holla Denton, gg—Na...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
io TURNER TO NAME TICKET. tils Advice Will Govern at Beliingham Con vention. Tacoma, Wash., June 28.— T. J. Church, secretary of the state demo cratic central committee, is in the city to confer with prominent democrats concerning the convention at Itelling ba Vugust 2. lie will visit Olympia and other town, in the southwestern part ol tiie state before returning home. Mr. Church says his work i- purely ill the line of official duties ami has nothing in ilo with the interests of any of the possible nominees, He says, however, he is (irmly convinced thai there will lie no cnntesl In the Beliing ham convention. Whatever differences may exist iv the party now will be eliminated before theconveution meets by the naming os a slate that will mccl the approval of all sections of the stale. In making this selection, the leaders will defer to the opinion of Judge Turner and he will probabl) name the ticket which he Is to head. "It is ihe general beliel among tbe leaders of the part) und cand...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
' HOW TO ANSWER ADS. Vhe Prone* w»> «« nauinm *pp«- eatlon For Work. t'se full siz immerclul letter paper „f cofMl quality and '»" envoloi ' cor respondlnjr. si/.r. Write on one side of the paper only. Make the letter as bPlp f „„ , sisieni wiili the Informa tion to I"- Imparted. If Hi.- advertiser eoii.viils liis tiitme nnd address, us he ienerally does in advertisements, no salutation. u» "I'ear sir" or "Gentle, men." is to be used. This requires Unit Hie letter of application Bbnll !»• left llt ,|„. ~m, i' the newspaper in v hloh ihe ndvertlsemenl appeared, and it is „,,i to he stumped. \s letters of application are ordina rily much alike, the writer should try to Rive his letter some Individuality, thus attractlns special attention, says the Chicago News. Originality is ul ways note,! and admired. While some what different, most letters begin, "lie plying to your udvcrtiseini'iit," "In re ply to your advertisement." "Ueferrlng to'your advertisement." "In reference to your adv...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
12 NOTICE! July 4 & sth Annual Summer Clearance Sale To begin Wetlnesday Morning;, July Otll.*' Watch this space next week for prices. Come Early on Wednesday Morning, July 6th. R. B. WILSON The Ellensburg Dawn Will be Closed To mark down and arrange stock for
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
A DAWN Of UltJ JHTEH BOPES A LIOHTBOUSE FOB TBE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE \ GOVERNMENT op JUSTICE Pols ALL MEN Vol. xl TRIBUTE TO JACK LYONS. The Writer Telli of till Connection with the History of Ellensburg. It was in the month of August, 1883, almost 21 years ago, thai the writer first met Jack Lyons. Ellensburg was then on the mapi bu( a dilTeri nt Ellens burg to that we have today The busl ness center of the village was, then the four corners form' d b.v the Intersection of Main ami Third streets. John A. Shoudy was conducting a general mer chandise store on the northwest corner. Jacob Becker, Sr., a blacksmith shop on the northeast corner, smith lit on. a hotel on the southeast corner and J. T. McDonald a saloon on the southwest corner. North of Shoudy's |)lace of business on the west side of Main street, some hundred feet and back from the street forty or fifty feet stood his dwell ing house, a one-story frame building, which was then almost entirely covered j...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
2 THREE GOOD REMINDERS Men's Apparcf. All Ages. AMONti TMF. CHURCHES. FIRST CHRISTIAN I 'Ht'Rl II Next Sunday morning, C. 11. Hilton ■will preach at the First Christian church on "God's Treasure Bouse," and in the evening on "Tenting Toward Sodom." Dr, Martin's Instrumental solo was greatly enjoyed mi Sunday evening. He will give another next Sunday evening beginning promptly ttt s o'clock. PACKWOOD SCHOOL HOUSE Rider J. A- Woodyard w ill preach at | the Pack wood school house Sunday, July IJ, at 11 o'clock a.m. All are invited. PRESBYTERIAN CHt'RCH. Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. In the even! og the closing sermon in the Life of Christ will he given, illustrated by atereoptican. Public invited. The Doctor vs. Editor. If an editor makes a mistake be has to apologize for it, but if a doctor makes one he buries it. If tbe editor makes one there is a lawsuit, swearing and a smell of sulphur, but if the doctor 7nakes one there is a funeral, cut- Mowers S...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
M, Jnlf 9(1 Miss Slier Neckwear Having just received an express shipment of the very latest styles in Ladies Summer Neckwear, consisting of Venise and Oriental Lace Collars, White & Colored stocks with tab ends, also stocks with large white hows. We will place the entire large variety on Special Sale Mi] at % Cents Eacli. 1 5 c yd A large assortment of new shades in all Silk Wash Tafeta Ribbons, 3 inches wide suitable for the popular crush belts or Neck Ribbons. Op Sale-Saturday fit 15 Cents Per Yard Do not over look our Wash Goods department if you are in need of a waist or suit—Pattern lengths, as there are many remnants to be had at nearly half price. Agency for Cosmopolitan Paper Patterns Seam Allowance. Price 10c. no more. None better Simon P. Fogarty Co Tin-: Pyij.KNSiiUßr, Dawn. Wash Tafeta Ribbons Wash Goods. CASII STORE. anfl Wisl Tiia Fllis Sairtf, July 911 i yd 3
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
4 Tribute to Jack Lyons. Continued from paw one. something of this Are, The Valley Hotel waa a large 2-story frame ell abaped building, facing both north on Third at reel and west on Main street, li took fire In the kitchen aboul one o'clock a. m., Friday, March 13th, 1885. The hotel waa total I) destroyed and In it v man by name of .1. J. Hai bin was burned to death. Kast of the hotel, facing north on Third -nv. t, was Wul ter Keys' saloon, totally destroyed. Smith Bros ' U-story frame store build-j inc. situate on the northeast rnrnerof the block, on ground now partlx occu pied by Friend A Flynn's barber shop, was saved by the hardest kind of work. Smith of the hotel, facing weal cm Main street, the New Bngland Botel, Bloom qviat's beer hall and Lyon'a saloon and dwelling were all burned. Jacob Becker's blacksmith shop north ol Third st reet «.is also burned. In this fire Jack lost his buildings, bis saloon and dwelling house, and his entire stock of liquors and cigars, and or som...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
A Car Load of Buggies, Hacks, Wagons Etc., Etc. "OLD HICKORY' I3C PcARTICULA% UNLIKE MANY other articles of manufacture, the construction of which has undergone marked changes during this age ol mechanical ingenuity and inventive talent, farm wagons remain unaltered in general form. While inventive genius and mechanical science have achieved wonders in designing new and .improving old machinery used in the manufacture of wagons, no radical change has been wrought in tin- form of the wagon itself, ami it therefore follows that the superiority of one wagon over another is principally due to the adoption of that form or model thai comprises the greatest amount of strength with the least weight; arrangement, shape, size and adjustment of all the different; parts tint give the easiest draft; the free use of the very best quality of material; the best workmanship, which can only be secured by the exclusive employment ot free, educated, skilled labor, and close, intelligent, unremitting in...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
6 TflE LOCAL EVENTS I;. T. Fluke registered In Tacoua, Tuesday. W. A. Thomas lia- been Indisposed tin- week. YV. K. Miller, of Seattle, was In the city Saturday. Don't forget the democratic pri mal it s on t he Uotb. Horn: Thursday, to Mr. and Mis. j Geo. Mitchell, a son. E. T. Barden, of Seattle, was in town several days this week. A son of Neil- Larsen ba* been quite sick for a few days past. Mis- May Perry Is In the city this week visiting her friends. The editor of this paper is again con fined to Ins home bj sickness. E, E. Ellison and family expect to leave In a few days (or Blt/.ville. P. 1.. Deual and family moved to North Yakima a few days since. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stulfauth ipett tie Fourth in Seattle With relatives. Klug & Craig received a large con ■ignment of beautiful pianos last Tuts day. Tbe last number of the Kittitas School Bulletin "ill be issued this week. Fred Koss came over from Seattle. Friday, to spend B few days with bis parents. Mrs. I). J. Altlce of Ea...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
gllcnsburcr gaum. . it-u imm :ii the Poßtoffloo, EHenH ■SSKVSSiS^-^ U,M "•' ilss postal rates. Ofkick: lOAßost Fourth Street, Albany Block, niUISt PUB VKAII. CASH : •• H-00 ill changes of advertisements for current wiekmuHtbehi » "" l»w 1 "' -h'.v. n , ,dT Otherwise, the change will not appear. $care forced to adopt tins rule osu matter ol business. Correspondents will pleuse try and g< the „,-«litems i" to us as early the «• as „7j»«loll-not later than Tuesday after n, uir special Importance makes v Seeswy v. hold same until \V. sday morn Inn. Soklil Notice Hereafter nil resolutions of con doBS of thanks, notices ol entertain Sents charging an odmlsHloi ami other stellar notices will log rates when published In l hk Daws. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. A MUCH NEEDED LAW. The next legislature should pass a very stringent law and then the officers of tbe law should see thai ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
8 Noyes Norman Mioc Co. NEW SHOES JUST RECEIVED Embracing all Styles, Latest Patterns—Oxfords, Slip pers, Patent Kid, Kid, Light and Heavy Work Shoes, and Dress Shoes for Men Will aifl din Noijes Norman Shoe Co. Reciprocity and Sunflooien Lines Which are having an enormous sale everywhere. 'I hey are comfortable, stylish and have the wearing qualities. It yon are looking for a School Shoe that will please examine the Reciprocity shoe. Our Range oi prices: Men's Shoes from si. 75 to $3.25 Ladies' Shoes from $1.50 " S3. 00 Children's Shoes from fl.oo " $1.75 Infant's Shoes from 20 " .75 We have marked these Shoes closely and shall be satis fied with quick sales and small profits. To appreciate the above prices one must see the shoes. Let us show them to you. We believe you will be well repaid for your visit. TheßonMarche The Ellensburg Dawn 1 made by the < >ld Reliable We are pushing the l*ofii'l Streets Noyes Norman Shoe Co.
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
Cfaas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR ROASTED COffEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. MENDING OF CHINA. H „„ to Make Waterproof «ilnr >b« other Cemenia. Foe mending broken crockery there Is tfeOiing better tbnn n hit*' lend, it is one "f tbe few cements thui resist both water and Heat. Smear in thinly on the edges of the article, press them together ami set It aside to dry. A waterproof glue for repairing mar ble or porcelain may be made by mix ing plain White glue and milk, says the Boston Post. Into iwo quarts of ■killl milk put half a potinil of the Pest white glue. Tut tin- basin con taining this into another basin of hot water. Cook until the milk lias evapo rated t<> such an extent that the mix ture is like ordinary glue or even thick er. When dry. this cc nt is one of the hardest, with 'he clearness of ivory. Unslaked lime mixed with the white of an egg is a simple and a good ce ment. It dries very quickly, even ha...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
11 Tells How it Happened. The following communication was re ceived from Cle Ilium in regard to the assault upon liev. W. M. Jennings last Friday evening! "Last Friday evening at 8 p. in., when Rev. VV. M. Jennings was coming up Pennsylvania avenue from the Reed hotel atul was near the barber shop and cigar store of D. I>. Burchatn, one Elmer Ratght, brother of Marshal Frank Knight, Bprang upon Mr. Jen nines almost before he saw him ami threw him to the ground, Mr. Jen nings was lor a moment unconscious, then he realized that he was being se verely beaten in the face. Mr. Jennings cried for help but, no friend was near. A saloon mob of 50 to 100 gathered and shouted, kill him! kill him! Then Mr. Jennings overcame the saloon bum and got him by the neck, and seeing no friends near let him go and ran I hrougb the crowd across the street into the Office of I >r. I. X. I 'ower. "When Mr. Jennings came out of the doctor's office into Kabler's drug store the mob blocked up the sidewa...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
■ CORRECT BREATHING. „.,,v «. I""'"" »>"'"«- S '" ! ' G»od B*erei»«-s. The nir in ti"' bottom of runny n pnir of lungs Mko the dend nir in «>.. utv ventilated cellar. A conscious offoi S be made to expel the residua Srnt the has ! the lungs for elms expansion, blood purification, radian health nnd lasting beauty. Deep breathing exercises, through the nostrils, never the mouth, should be wncticed nlghl nnd morning. Bays the fc ew York News. Thorough respira tion increases the red corpuscles ol the blood and purifies the enure circula tory system. Thorough respiration trees the iung< „f the noxious carbon gits nnd bodily imparities thrown off In the form ol watery vapor of the breath. \i least ton deep Inhalations nl rrcsn air should bo taken upon or before rising every morning nnd the sn bo fore going to bed every night. These may be taken cither in tin upright or recumbent position. If lying down, lie flat upon the buck, tt rms extended, nnd slowly inhale through the nostri...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 July 1904
12 A Record Breaking Clearance Sale JULY the Fifth, we began our regular S«-mi-Annual Clearance Sale. We do not believe in waiting until the season is over and then trying to tempt you with bargains that you cannot use until another season But now with sixty days of summer still ahead of us we start this sale and will make reductions that will appeal to your reason and your purse, with arguments too plain to be resisted. The why and the wherefore of this sale is as plain as day. As the season draws to a close it finds us with many broken lines of mer chandise, some lines of which we bought too heavily, others that have not sold as rapidly as we expected, others that we will not carry auy longer. Good merchandising demands that weeh.se them one before the fall season begins. In this sale nothing will he reserved except a few items that we have signed contracts with the manufacturers not to sell below the prices we are now selling them. Amoug these are Chirks '1 bread, Paper Patterns ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 July 1904
DAWN Of HUI HIT KM llol'KH A M HIT r.SK poll TIIK NATION'S SAFETY— A \ PEOPLE'S SHU* OK STATE A OOVKUN.VIKNT OK JUSTICE KOM ALL MfiSN Vol. xi. THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM CobsWj «-f a Very Larj* Number of Planks But Is Silent an Money Question. following the nntlt 1 Democratic platform, as adopted in convention a' St. Louis, Jul) l! to !». FUNDAMENTAL Pit:M'IIM.I The application of these fundamen tal principles to t be living issm s of I he day is the first step toward the assured peace, safety and progress of our na tion. Freedom of the press, nl con-1 science ami ol speech-equality: the law of all citizens; right of trial by jur; - freedom or the per- i< fendi dbyt he writ of habeas corpus; liberty of per sonal contract, untrammeled by sun p unary laws;supr< niacy ol the civil over themilitary authority ;a well disciplined militia; the separation ol church ami stale: economy in expenditures; low taxes, that labor maybe lightly bur dened; prompt and >acred fulfilment of public...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 July 1904
2 THREE GOOD REMINDERS Men's Apparel. All Ages. Additional Local. Dr. H. J. Felch Is expected to return Lome about t be 21>t. Mrs. Prank Home and children are at Stone* Landing for n month'sout. lug. Mrs. J. H. Morgan will leave Satur day for .Stone's Landing to spend a f*w Don't forget the meeting of the Hor ticultural Society in the t'lub room Saturday at 1 p. m. The commissioners checked up Treasurer Purdin's books Tuesday and found them all '». K. H. J. Eudsley left 11. a couple of box"-, of Very title St fit W 1 iCf HeS Til (»• day for which we say "Thank you." Mrs. J. P. Flynn and children left to il t\ for Stone's Landing, where they will spend t wo or three weeks outing, <'. i. Sitieer. the genial and pleasant t • icber who ha* been employed as prin cipal Of tlie Thorp School lot" 'he en»U iug year beginning 11.second Monday in September, is in the city this week. i tur fellow-citizen, Fred Butcher, wl o is both deputy and bookkeeper in the count} treasurer's office, s...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 July 1904
Ml Ml Saturday Special Sale I EL PLACE ON SPECIAL SALE Laflies Fist Black Ike! Msgs Fas! Hut Hi! Issas Fast let Sasa! Lot I.— 50 Doz Ladies Fast Black Cotton Hose 8 50 Doz Mens " " 44 8 1-:} 50 Doz Misses 4< " 6< " 8 Lot *2. — Extra special sale *2.> cents per pair Fast black cotton and Lilse hose you will find among this 100 do/en lot a very large variety of lace, stripe, polka dot and fancy open work stripes, the very latest creations. This lot is of exceptional value, high special heel, of superior quality and extra fine finish, on sale Saturday at the reduced price of cents per pair. See Our Show Windows!! The Ellensburg Dawn. Hosiery Sals IS CASH STORE. Ml JllJ lull 3
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 July 1904
4 The Democratic Platform. (Continued from Pago I > diction. We oppose, fervently, as did George Washington himself, an intlef. Inlte, irresponsible discretionary and vague absolutism and a policy of na. tional exploitation, no matter where or t>\ whom exercised; we believe with Thomas JetTerson and ifohn Adams thai no government lias a righi to make one Be! ut laws tor those "at home" and an other ami different set of laws, abso lute in their character, for those "iv the colonies All men under the American :! ig are •ntitled to the protection of the insti tutions whose emblem the liag is. If they are inherently unlit to he mem bers nf the American body politic, wherever there may exlsl a people in capable ni being governed under Amer ican law-,umler the American constitu tion, the territorj or people ought not to he a part of the American domain. We insist that we ought to do for the Filipinos what we have done a 1 read) for Cuba, and it is our duty to make that promise now a...