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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 31 August 1905

Let Us Outfit Your Boys and Girls for School. Saturday, Sept. 3rd, OPENING DAY Fall Season of 1905 New Silks, New Dress Goods, New Trimmings. New Fall Tailor Suits Munsing Underwear, New Ribbon, New Table Linen, New Blankets, Etc The Mens Departm't Fall Opening of Gordon Hats Men's Sits kirn W Softool Si & Owls Let Us Outfit Your Boys and Girls For School. New Dress Skirts NEW R.B.WILSON & CO. New Coats for Ladies and Children IVeckwear, Golf and Neglige Shirts, Sweaters, Duchess Trousers, Hamilton-Brown Shoes. JN ew Furs, New Fall Waists. Let Us Outfit Your Boys and Girls For School. Let Us Outfit Your Boys and Girls For School.

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

A DAWN «•;■• BUIOHTKH HOPES \ LUiHTHOU.SK l-'OU THE NATION'S SAFETY—A PEOPLE'S SHIP OK STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE b'OK ALL JIKN Vol. xn. DREADED DISEASE TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE A Thorough Discription of the Disease in all Its forms How it Originates In CATTLE AND HOW TO OBLITERATE IT Only by Prompt and Vigorous Measures Can Th> Disease be Wiped Out All Should Join in Having Every Herd in the County Thoroughly Tested. Tubercele bacilli may have been scattered on the feed by diseased ani- ' mals- liut the most common source ol such infection is the milk of tuberculo liscows. Calves may become infected in this * ay. The disease may remain latent until the animal becomes older. Tbe not infrequent occurrence of tuber culosis of the uterus and ovaries make it possible that the disease may be transmitted by a diseased bull or car ried by a healthy bull from a diseased tww to a number of healthy cows. The source of infection is always some previous ca.-« of the disease, for the latter ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

THE LOCAL EVENTS Mrs. Clarence Poland has been quite sick recently. John t'ackwood of CleKlum, was in the city Sat Ul'dlty. Herbert C'arscadden went down to I 'ort land Sunday. Dr. 11. A. Weaver returned from i'ort land Sunday. Justice Eiannon of CleKlum, was ii the city Monday. The city council met in regular ses sion Monday e\ ening. R, 11. Stevens anil wife visited it. Tacoma over Sunday. Mrs. John Bartholet of North Vaki ma spent Saturday in this city. Misses Rose and Katie HolTiuuii re turned from I'ort land Sunday. The Ualeua club meet* tomorrow afternoon at Dr. Kelebs residence. Rodney While and wife nf Thorp ■pent Sunday in the eit) with irono-. A daughter ul <>lif Hansen ol the west aide is down with typhoid fever. A number ol cases ol typhoid fever are reported in diffeient parts ol the valley. Ralph Kauffman returned from a week's visit in Seattle and Tacoma yesterday. Monday was Labor day and moat ol us worked a little harder for the sake ot the cause. Floyd Rader ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

Cbe Ellensburg Dawn. VOL. Nil. FAIRVIEW NEWS ITEMS. The little daughter of James Roach oroke her arm last week. Mr. and M. „. Wooater passed through Monday on their way to California Miss Rttella Bamhart is attending teachers' nisi inn., thia week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith visited tho fair ai I'ort land last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Stevens, of ihe west side, visited ai 11. it. Gregory's Sunday Rev. Mr. Thorapst f ihe Firai ' Baptist Church of your city, preached I at. tlie Yeoman hull Sunday. Willard McMickle visited relatives in thH neighborhood Sunday. H. B. Gregory is mi th<> sick list this wnk. Farmer* in this part of the valley are "'ailing for balers and threshers', but. without avail so far. Mr and Mrs. Harnhnrl and family, ti rand pa Harnhart and Lavina and .lames Gregory, made a pleasant trip along the Columbia last week, They Urst visit.-d the canyon called Brushy, am! on tbe «ay over saw the historical •lohnson cany where it was no great task fie- the imaginati...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

Jlaiun. Sintered Nov. sth 1804, at the Postofllco, blllenn burg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rutrs. Jrrttis: lOR Bast Fourth Street, Albany llloek. fmiMs Pen YEAH, Cash : : : : *l "" ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All changes of odvortbtetnents for currenl work must i"' handed in nol luler than Tuesday. 10 a. in. i M hero Isc, Un 1 1'huiiKi' »i" nol appear. VVe are forced lo adopt this rule as a matUT ol business. Correspondents will please tryundßel their sews il s 111 1,1 us ie- in ilu- week us possible not inter than Tuesday afternoon, un | [esssomething of Htsvlul Importance makes li necessary to hold same until Wednesday moru Itu/, Special Notice Herenfti r all resolutions ol eon Aotence, curds ot thanks, notice* ol entertitin meats chnrfftnK uu ndmisMlon fee. and other si allar notices will be churned nvulur uilvertls In; rates wbon published In Tmk Dawn. Population of County, 12.234 Population ot City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 City Official...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

Chas. 11. Rimimerfelt, Successor to R. R. Wilson. STfIPbE & FRMCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Block. Phone K.«d 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS \, Ci Butler is v Isltlng on the Sound this week. i fj, Norcross nf Liberty, is in the city tl'is week Mrt. Geddis and vn Dick arc on the Sound for a few days outing. Sheriff Thomas an.l wife left Wed nesday for a week's visit in Portland. W, C. Thomas i-> seriously iudispused at the family residence of W. A. Xboroas. Mrs. J. Catron Is a guest of her sisters, Mrs. Chas. Worth ami Mrs. Matt Bartholet. Ed t'heuey. who has been over in the Palouse count ry lot- se\ eral weeks, returned home Tuesday. Roy.Burch says be will leave shortly for another term in tin' agrlcultuial school at Pullman. Junes Carver and wife and Mrs, Uol ert Harris left Prlday for Wenatclue to spend a feu days. Frank t'heuey, who has charge ot one of Geo. Sleet-, compressor engines, reports the machine doing good work. September2lth will !»• Washin...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEETS Slate Board and Tax Commission Will Sit Together During the Session. Ol.YMi'iA, Aug. 111. The state tK)iird o{ equalization yesterday announced dates at which it desires to meet repre sentatives of the several counties and nf tin- railroads here during its coming session. The dates follow i September fi Spokane, Stevens, ferry, Okanogan, Douglas, Chelan, Kittitas. September tl Asotin, Vakima, Hen ton, Klickitat, Whitman. Pranklin, Lincoln, Adams, (iariield, Walla Wal la, i lolumbla. September " Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, Skamania, Kinir, San .hum, September H Clark, t'owlit/, W ah kiakum. Hi trap, Jefferson, Island, Clallam, Chehalis. September H Lewis, Thurston, Ma son, PaoiliC, Lewis. September l*>— Meet all railroad r< p resentat Ives. As has been announced, the ft ate tax commission this year -its with the, id members of board of equalization, and desires that when tin- sessions are held us many county representative- as eon veuient he pr...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

WESTERN IRON * COAL CO. CHARLES BRETTEL, Sscv. & Tubas. [Western Iron 8c Coal Company. S. C. BOEDCHEB, coal Enterprise ol Grreat Magnitude. Invite Yon to Join us a,nd Partici pate in this Undertaking. The Western Coal and Iron company of Port land, ()rc, with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four full sections of coal land, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river, B. C, about 160 miles northeast of Van couver, B. C, and about 50 miles south from the C. P. R. main line at Spence's bridge and So miles north from the boundary line. These 2560 acres are esti mated to contain 200,000,000 tons of high-grade, bi tuminous coal the quality of which has been pro nounced by the best coal experts to be superior to any coal known west of the Mississippi river, and is unexcelled for steam blacksmithing and domestic use, and equal to the famous Crow's Nest for smelt ers coke. Good and Safe as Wheat in the Barn We now offer you an opportunity to make...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 September 1905

R.B.WILSON & CO. The approach of the Kail and Winter Season makes an opportunity for asking you to inspect our large purchase of Xuppeniieimer Suits and Overcoats As we are in bsi ness to please everyone, our selection of fabrics for the coming Fali has been more a question of business judgment than personal taste. In our stock w ill be found appropri ate styles for all occasions. Plain substantial suits for or dinary wear. Smart patterns for traveling. Snappy serv iceable suits for business wear. Don't Make the Mistake Of letting Cheapness Predominate in your clothes buy ing this fall. Suits Si(U)o up Overcoats $8.00. $3,00 Tl-n ( \\rvl An 'TJotc re here. to date to t,ie Minute in Style, and 1 liC VJUI UUU lid Lo Guaranteed to Wear for One Year. Our 3-Button Sack Suit with Broad Should ers and Graceful Lapel producing a Nobby, Snappy, Lffect, Per Suit $3,00 $3,00 One of our fall Over coats made oiith oiide Shoul der and Collar 60-in hong. S| s A Suit. $3.00

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

A ' ° 1 !1,,|,| - s A I.hill I'llol-.SK PDU Til,; NATION'S SAFKTY—A I 'KOI M J'.'s SHIP op S L'ATI'I A aoVKUNM KS'V OB 1 JUSTtCK I'oli ALLMhi IN Vol.. MI. THE COMMON FLY A DANGEROUS PEST THAT Should be Wiped Out If It Is Possible] to do So as It Breeds Disease That OUR BEST PHYSICIANS CANNOT CURE A Hiitorv nf the Common House Fly Thai May be of Interest lo You Though Yen Know the Utile Annoying Scamp You Think Ouite Well. THI'.WK may be some) hing about * the common house lly thai you can learn of and profit by so doing: The commonest insect to found in houses throughout, tin- country i> the house By, k outnumbers many times over all other injects found in our bones, lis commonness causes us to overlook its presence, or too often we accept it as a necessary matter of course, or at most as a slight nuisance, and make no endeavor to free ourselves ol its presence. Were tbe habits of the insect known much ado would b« made whenever the disgust log lly is found in our homes, Life His...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

THE LOCAL EVENTS He careful where you expectorate, Don't ride on the sidewalk lusidc the lire limits. Sec Mis. li. A. (faults new advertise in this issue, Win. Packwood and wife visited on the cast side Sunday, I. D. Schnebly went over to Tacoma on business Tuesday. Schools geuurully throughout the county were opened Monday. Deputy Sherifl I'rowley wenl to Liberty on official business Sat in tiny. John VV. Harnett, manager of the Washington I'roduce t 0., reports a Dr. ti.-o. A. Martin and family •;<■ m a few days in Seattle sir.cc our last issue. A. I.Shaw and wife leave next week for I'inland to see tin- great and only ■how. i. 11. limey, wife inn sou, hit Sat urday for Portland in take iv tbe i - posit ion. ('. W. ilolinsotie and I. .1. Preln Went to Seattle Sunday m response in a telegram, If, Lee I'urdiu went up tot leElum 01 business connected with the Sherifl'.» Sat urday. The cement sidewalk on Pearl street in front of tbe Schlotfeldt—t 'leti build ing or block, looks goo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

BIG STORE COMPANY BIG STORE COMPANY, Nash Block The Reason Is that the People Are Showing Their Appreciation of Our LOW PRICES We are determined to DOUBLE our August Sales this month and in order to accomplish this and reduce our IMMENSE STOCK we have made sweeping reductions in all lines. Our stock of Heating Stoves and Ranges Is the largest ever carried in the County and at the lowest possible prices. Do not fail to look over our Stoves and get our prices before purchasing. The same applies to WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD Our Sales for the Month of August were more than DOUBLE By Taking Advantage of them, FURNITURE Q. R. BRADSHAW, Manager, The Amount of Our July Sales of all descriptions Undertaking a Specialty

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

*Elruun. Entered Nov. flth ISIU. ;il tbe PiiMtoßloe, Kllens imvK. Washington, as entitled to second oliuui postui rates. >rrn - it: nw Kust fourth Street, Albany Block Mums: PIR Ykaic. CASH It.01) ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All ohanfres of advcrtlMemrtits r,»r rurrenl we"U iihini i>e li.if.ieil in iini Inter I bun Tliemlfly. 10 a. in. Otherwise, the change will not n|ipenr. We nre forced to udopt tins rule as n matter ul DUstnOIIK, Correspondents will plciiNc tr\ nndaci tlietr &tiws Items in to us on early in the week -.in possible net later than Tiiewlay afternoon, un (ess something of speriul linportiuicc makci, Il oei'css.iry to bold samt! until Wednesday morn iOg. Swilil Moilte Hereafter all resolutions of •■' n dotenve, cards of thanks, not Ices ol entertain anvils charging an odmlsston fee, and other ■I nilar notices w ill hpehnrited rcKUlar tulvei. Is In t rates when publisbvd nTin Daws Population of County, 13,334 Population of City, 4,000 Business men ami Firms in E...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

Chas. H. Flummeiffi Successor to R. R, Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MIbUARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lj-nc. BlocH. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS W. C. Thomas is reported as mend ing slowly. The enrollemenl at the public school exceeds '>"". ( has. Splawu of Thorp, was in the city yesterday, C, VV. MotTctt ami wife went down to Portland I 'riday. 11. 11. Lambson returned from a trip to Idaho Tuesday. T, VV. McKlnley left Saturday foi a visit iv Bellinghatn. Senator Booth of King county was in was in ilie i'it v Monday. George Hrudshaw i» doing business un tbe Sound this week. Dr. McC'auley and family returned from Naheotta this week At)e Kreidel i> iv Portland this week taking in tbe exposillon. Wolcotl Bubbell led yesterday for New York to attend school. Mrs. VV, H. Hale returned from Pt. Townsend a few days since, Mrs. C. IJ. Cray leaves today for Seattle for a few days visit. K. M. Standley of Wilson creek can \on was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Clarence Pol...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

Why He Failed to Call. A young society man of Vakima de siring to -end bis sweetheart a present, bought a pair of evening gloves for her His sister, who accompanied him to store, to help select the gloves, bought a pair of hose for herself. Of course tbe "clerk got the packages mixed The explosion came when the sweet heart Opened the package and found therein a pair of long black stockings She blushed. Then she opened tbe note: ••lam sending you a litle present. Oh. bow I wi*h that no other hand* than mine would ever be permitted to touch them after you put them on! But alas! a score of fellows may to ich then when I am not by your side, and other eyes than mine may see them when you are on the streets or at parties I bought tbe ongest pa r I could Bod, and if they are too long yo ; can let them wrinkle down. A great many girls 1 know a-ear them slipped down a little. Always wear then; to patties. I want to see how they fit when I call Tuesday night, You can clean them easily. dear,...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

WESTERN IRON * COAL CO. CHARLES BRETTEL, Skcy. & Tkkas. Western Iron & Coal Company. S. C. BOEDCHER, coal A.n Enterprise ol Cfreat Magnitude. We Invito You to Join ns find Partici- The Western Coal and Iron company of Port land, Ore., with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four full sections of coal land, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river, B. C, about 160 miles northeast of Van couver, B. C, and about 50 miles south from the C. P. R. main line at Spence's bridge and So miles north fmm the boundary hue. These 2560 acres are esti mated to contain 200,000,000 tons of high-grade, bi tuminous coal the quality of which has been pro nounced by the best coal experts to be superior to any coal known west of the Mississippi river, and is unexcelled for steam blacksmithing and domestic use, and equal to the famous Crow's Nest for smelt ers coke. Good and Safe as Wheat in the Barn We now offer you an opportunity to make $100 on every 20 ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

R.B.WILSON & CO. The approach of (he Fall and Winter Season makes an opportunity for asking you to inspect our large purchase of Xuppenheiincr Suits aud Overcoats. As we are in bsi ness to please everyone, our selection of fabrics for the coming tali has boon more a quest ion of business judgment than personal taste. In our stock will be found appropri ate styles for all occasions. Plain Substantial suits lor or dinary wear. Smart patterns for traveling. Snappy serv iceable suits for business wear. Don't Make the Mistake Of lotting Cheapness Predominate in your clothes buy ing this fall. Suits $10.00 &up Overcoats $8.00 &up $3,00 The Gordon Hats Our 3 Button Sack Suit with Broad Should ers and Graceful Lapel producing a Nobby, Snappy, I t icet. Per Suit $3,00 Are here, Up to date to the Minute in Style, and Guaranteed to Wear for One Year. $3.00 One of our Fall Over coats made aiith cuide Shoul der and Collar 60-in Long. A Suit. $3,00

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 September 1905

/ I lIVV J ft ♦ VOL ' ' - the i t*' B»»r A • . Jay Eva Seal ta* : .: if tbi- week i loath '•< '• - ill : bui'u:.! . Pi of ci> - Waroet • ' ' with bis tits I heel i - • • r» i tot. S • ■ • ' has »a> l - -■ • ■ - que* - ■ - ■ si i I . Cha m was bi > ■'" - 1 ba ■ - ■•■ - - * -mWm- - -

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 21 September 1905

□ a dawn «»r uiucnTKi; norrs \ lkihthocsk yon thk .nation's hapkty-a pk«>plk\s sum- or statu a govrciinmknt op justice for all mun Vol.. Nil. PUBLICITY A CURE, FOR SCANDAL AND ITS LIKE The Press Should Expose and Would Expose Such All Crimes if the Moral ELEMENT 01 Till COMMUNITY WOULD Rack Them in Doing their Dut) All Handi Go up in Hurr.ir .md the Press is Condemned in Wholesale Terms for Doing its Whole Duty to Society WHEN the people learn their duty to the press and stand by it rather than condemn it. half the battle is won at the out start. It is popular belief that scandal would do leu injury if kept out of the public press than the morbid details produced od unsophisticated minds. It has been held by most reputable publishers that any scandal involving theretofore reputable parties ought to be ventillated for the benefit of society and some publishers go so far as to say that even those engaged as principals in the scandal may be benefited by pub licity. Anyhow. The* 'hic...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 21 September 1905

mt LOCAL EVENTS George sici i went over to Seattle Friday. liO lo the While Trout stable for a single or double driver 1\ D. Scbnebley returned from a visit in Tacoma Sunday. "Hilly McKwen made a visii to North V akima this week. Alexander Joyce left Tuesday lot a week's visit in I 'ort land. Mrs. L'larauce I'oland is .still verj much indisposed this week. I. .1. Long of Liberty, is in the cit.\ today on important business. D. O. Bing, principal of the ('leKlun school, was in the city Saturday. A. 1,. SleuimoUS went down to North Yakima Saturday on professional busi l.es.s. The second crop of clover isgnirg into the stack tin- n i ii, a I a lively i ale. .1. Williams Thomas left jesterdaj morning for I'oil land to c the l»i|, show. W. T. Frances is substituting for J, Williams Thomas on mute No .'I this week. Mrs. Gtorge iiurlingham and child ren left Saturday for a visit on tin Sound. 11. 1.. Stowell baa been drawn on the I nlted State graud jury thai conveue? in Spokane (let. 10th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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