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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 August 1899

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. fJeujsy Letters From all Points of the Globe. THORPE NEWS. There was :i lurthday surprise party last night at the residence of < Mr. and Mrs. Rumm in honor of Mrs. Ramm's birthday. A house- j full of her numerous friends : thought to surprise her, hut she j proved equal to the occasion, and j we were highly entertained with vocal and instrumental music, ice cream, cake, lemonade and other goodies too numerous to mention. Mrs. Ramm received several useful presents and some ornamental keepsakes. It was quite a social event and we all enjoyed ourselves hugely. John Newman and John Year wood, has purchased one of the latest improved headers and they are going to snipe the heads off the grain until the snow gets so deep they can't run. Prof. Edman was on the sick list for the past few days, hut is get ting better. The members of the Thorpe fish ing clubs have returned from the lakes, and they report a splendid time and lots of bites, but not snake bites, and th...

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. — 11 August 1899

Do you expect us to publish a notice of your goings and comings? Does it please you to have ib men tion it when your distinguished friend or realtive makes you a vis it? Do you expect us to give you halt a column notice of your daughter's wedding and to preserve a deathlike silence when your rep robate of a son gets drunk and paints the town a bright vermill ion? Do you expect us to refer to youasalofty, high-minded, pub lic and generous-spirited citizen, then you know better yourself? Do you expect us to publish a long obituary of your deceased wife and |j that nothing was left undone by the loving and generous hus band to make her life peaceful and plasant, when everybody knows you treated her worse than any Kit-respecting citizen would treat ipack mule? Do you expect us to give yon an occasional line of free business advertising and take our pay in sunshine?. If you do, and you know you do, step up and sub scribe for the paper and dont make inch a wail when we intimate that yon a...

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. — 11 August 1899

Wilson's*, - General = Store. Mid summer is here, yet the weather is far from satisfactory for lively dry good selling. t \\ c have more summer goods on hand than«, at th : * 'season, so v.c have concluded to let them go for what they will bring, cost will be no consideration. \\ c dor. t want the goods but w«d 0| the room they occupy. We place on sale this morning a lot of white goods, worth 8 i d and 12} • cents a yar i at 6- cents. A nne line oi per* *ood styes at 6* cents per yard, a:t of summef goods in col rs, g.: styles, light and airy.and snou.d we ever r.ave summer, they w>Hfe£ able goods', :ust\louble what we pric, them-6-'/ cents. C me early, get the :ream : mese offering .no save had md even more on some 014 While in the store, look round and you will rind bargains everywhere. \re vcu "oing camping? If so, do not overlook our grocery department. We have ever-thing you will need in the way o! e*»kj cualitv you know will be the best obtainal le. This store has the ret u...

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. — 18 August 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL VI. NO. 33. If W BANNER. 'lit * Principles We are Con 'l tending lor, not Names. iWieve the next campaign na tioßtlly must be fought under the fluocratic banner. In the State rffMhington, owing to our pecu -6u election laws, that may not be fwible, unless the democratic pirty refuses to seek a union with ftesilver republicans and the peo ptV< party. Inn in favor of a union of all the reform forces of the state, em bneed in one democratic party, udthe people's party. Of course 1 prefer the democratic banner, •nil it is not possible to bring otforMof this state together un dertint, then I am willing to fight sbefore, under the banner of the pctle'e party. It is principles we seeontendine for, not names. The ssxerats should be particularly emhl not to jeopardize th • sub taee for the mere shadow of the ML In my opinion, if the people's pntyand the democratic party of Hi! state nominate independent iitkets, then the state will go over •Wfflingly republican, a...

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. — 18 August 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Neujsy Letters From al! Points of the Globe. NANUM. So lo.nil have been the calls for •'old greenhorn" and S" many the ories have been advanced as to his tthereahnuts and the reasons for his silence, that I feel almost forced to respond. No friends I have not been disappointed in love nor in political aspirations, neither have I been overwhelmed by the waves of McKinley prosperity that has been sweeping over the land ; nor am I gettirg so darned old as some would insinuate. I have simply been quietly staying at home tak ing a course of -'anti-fat" to over come the tendency to corpulence with which I have been seriously threatened. Really we hardly know what is going on in this corner and as the j oet says u \\ here ignor ance is bliss, etc." so you may im agine "<». G." is in a blissful condi tion. But seriously speaking ev erything i? moving along quietly on the Nanum. plenty of work to do fttid willing hands "to do it. It would be difficult to tind a m...

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. — 18 August 1899

Rev Kenney preached here Sat nrday and Sun lay. One was add ed to the church. The farmers are getting their big h,y crop up in nice shape. This neighborhood has been full of pedlers lately. A party of the following persons went in and put up thirty-five tons ofhay for Moses Peffer last week: JW. McDonald, F. C. Barnhart. 1 Wilkes, L.Baker, J. Evans, W. Grissom, J. A. Monahan, L. Bailes, md H. D. Cornwall. Mr. Peti'er Mre us to say thanks to all. Gimett Riggs is very low with typhoid fever. Mrs.A.o. Wishard returned from Seattle Saturday. Chas. Blair was sent over to the iiylom this week, Mrs. Bessie Thiery moved over from Seattle this week. Frank Kerstetter, of Liberty, was in the city yesterday. Rev. Milligan and family are in Portland this week. Mrs. A. S.Randall, of Roslyn, is visiting in the city tins week. There will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Stand ley were in the city trading this week. DAn infant of Mr. and Mrs. Harvy McCune, of Sou...

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. — 18 August 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. I'UHLIHHRII KVIIIY PItWAY. Entere I Nov. otb, 1894, :il tbe postoffice, Kllen-liurtf, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-elans postal rates. OFFICIAL col STY PAPER. One year, If paid tn advance, 18.00 Office - ruth Hide of Fourth itreet, between Pearl and Main si reels, rear of Qeddii block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Make the homes tree from all sorts of distress sales. One way to live without work is to ' prey" without ceasing. The revolts of intelligence are more dangerous than the insurrec tions of ignorance. The world's indebtedness is for ty times as great as the entire stock if gold money. The people of the United States owe to foreigners an amount equal to one and a half times the gold money in existence. There are no difficulties of prac tical nature in the way of the hn mediate adoption of the referen dum. It is practicable, cheap and effective. ANY employment of the powers of government is legitimate which has for its object the promo...

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. — 18 August 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUIILIKHBD RVIRY FIUIM Y. Entere : Nov. sth, 1894, at Hi" postofflce, Kllen- iurK, Klttlta unty, Washington, as entitled to necond-claiw postal rates, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. one year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Office - mth side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main street-, rear of Geddli block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Make the homes free from all sorts if distress sales. One way to live without work is to "prey" without ceasing. The revolts vi intelligence are more dangerous than the insurrec tions of ignorance. The world's indebtedness is for ty times as great as the entire stock if gold money. Thi people of the United States owe to foreigners an amount equal to one and a half time.* the gold money in existence. There art; no difficulties of prac tical nature in the way of the im mediate adoption of the referen dum. It is practicable, cheap and effective. A.nv employment of the powers of government is legitimate which has for its object the promotion of...

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. — 18 August 1899

General Local News. William Grim says his wheat aop is about the same as last year, if anything, better. Holly V. Hill, formerly of this atr,but now of Manilla, has been promoted to a lieutenancy. Norman Osborn, son of Mr. and KB, R. M. Osborn, of Thorpe, is leriously ill with typhoid fever. Chas.Bigney of Liberty, is again liking out considerable gold. One Jiylast week he took out $SO. Prof. Morgan is having an addi tion built to his residence which lUI make him plenty of house room. Jerry Pattenaude has sold his grocery store in Waterville to J. L. folly. Mr. Patenaude is herewith iviewof goinginto business. f.D.Killinan says he has just harvested seven acres of barley that he will bet a pocket full of '•goldtwenties'' that it will go 100 bushels to the acre. Look in almost any direction jou like and you will see build ings and general improvements go ing on. Who said that Ellens korgwas at a stand-still? J. LA lea and H. C. Ackley te tnroed from Seattle Saturday, riere they have ...

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. — 18 August 1899

6 Commissioners' Proceed'ngs BOARD OF EQt'ALtaATIOX. Monday. Aug. 7th, 1899. The Board of Equalization of Kittitas county, Wnebington. meet iti regular session. Present, lolin VI. Newman, W M, Mack and Dennis Strong, Commis sioners and Simon I. Fogarty, Auditor and Ea-Officio Clerk of tlie Hoard. The members of the Board after taking the requ :e ! oath met and organized in the Auditor'i office and proceed to transact the following business KIT) ITA- • ALLEY NATIONAL HANK Upon the ipwlication ol J.C Hut ted tbe N. E. quarter ol the N. W. quarter ef the N. W. quarter, of N. W. qr. lot I, southwest quarter ol tbe Northwest quarter lot Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter Section 31, Township 18, Kange i!«. is ordered reduced from a valuation of $1840.00 to $1000.00. See roll 4. pake 14s. L. L. CROSS. I'pon the application of L. L. Cioss. the Northeast ~u.irtei oi the Soutliwes: auarter, ."he West half of the Southeast quarter and Northeast .matter of the southeast quarter section...

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. — 18 August 1899

Additional Local News. Loy Shoudy has a position in Wheeler's book store. Regular services at the M. E. cuurch Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Mrs. A. 0. Wishard has been vis iting her husband in Seattle for the past week. The threshing machine will probably start out this week or next to hull out the golden kernels from the straw and chatT. Olef Hansen was very unfortu nate in having 200 tons of hay out to take the soaking rain of Sunday and Monday. T. M. Maxey has bought the New Gem restaurant and says he will keep it up to its well-known and established record. The ladies of the M. K. Church will hold their fair Sept. 20, 21, 22. All cordially invited to assist in making it a success. The ranchers all seem to have broad smiles on their faces as a re sult of getting their hay in the stack or bale in such fine condi tion. It is really astonishing the num ber of people that come in to con gratulate us on the change in form of The Dawn. They all say it is a big improvement, and so do ...

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. — 18 August 1899

8 = General » Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Mid-summer is here, yet the weather is far from satisfactory for lively dry good selling. We have more summer goods on hand thanwtis at this season, so we have concluded to let them go for what they will bring, cost will be no consideration. We don't want the goods, but we dots; the room they occupy. We place on sale this morning a lot of white goods, worth 8, 10 and i2>i cents a yard, at 6% cents. A fine line ot perde good styes, at 6% cents per yard, a lot of summer goods in colors, good styles, light and airy, and should we ever nave summer, they will be dear able goods a just double what we price them— 6% cents. Come early, get the cream ol these ofTerinps and save half and even more on someolthtt While in the store, look round and you will find bargains everywhere. Are you going camping? If so, do not o-'erlook our grocery department. We have ever /thing you will need in the way ol eatables. \ quality you know wil...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 August 1899

The Dawn Supplement. Vol. VI. Ellensburg Wash., Friday, Aug. 18, 1899. No. 33 At Home, C. L. Collins returned home on I Monday from Chicago, here he spent a month in buying the largest and best selected stock of clothing and gents furnishing goods ever sent to this city. Mr. Collins made it a point to Iviy his entire stock direct from the manufacturer, and enables him to sell direct to the consumer without the intervention of too ninny middle men. Mr. Collins has fully recovered from his long illness and in no longer to be classed as an invalid. He looks better than we ever seen him before, indeed be looks as though he was fresh from the Ozark mountain of Southwest Missouri. We are glad to see him and extend to him in behalf of our ninny hun dred readers a hearty welcome. F. L. Geddis and Jack Galvin have started a meat wagon into the country, s-elling good fresh meats and delivering right at your door. They expect to open a shop in this city in a few weeks and will then he able to ...

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. — 25 August 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 34. UNJUST CRITICISM. A Leading Merchant's Ideas of the Matter. Having noticed more or less un just criticism in the local papers of late of the alleged exorbitant prices the farmers are compelled to pay to local merchants for goods, I desire to state a few plain facts on the subject which have doubtless escaped the notice of kickers against the alleged high prices. During my eighteen or more years' residence in this community lhave kept close watch on the bus iness of Ellensburg, and have seen the rise and fall—mostly falls—of many merchants. During these yiarsl have seen not less than thirty prominent mercantile estab lishments forced to the wall or compelled to voluntrily retire from business from lack of profits. The very few that pulled through by the skin of their teeth did so against almost unsurmoun table obstacles, and by sheer energy and sell preservation; and those who think that the merchant has accu mulated wealth have only to ex amine ...

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. — 25 August 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Neiusy Letters From all Points of the Globe. SPaKTA. George Mills returned from Ore gon Thursday of last week, and hi* daughter Kate came down from Roslyn Friday. This was the first family reunion fur some time, and did not last lung, as Cooper rushed off Saturday to spend Sunday at Roslyn. Mr. Grinrod's mother is improv ing in health. She arrived from California a few weeks ago ami is quite feeble. The meat wagon helps liven up the "avenue" three times a week. Ed. Brown is home from his brother's ranch and hop field at the head of the Yakima. Ed. expects to move his family there the first of next month. Miss Blanche Mysner v isited in the neighborhood the last week. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. John McCumber's mother is quite -ick. The Rev. Mr. Kenney preached to an appreciative audience at the school house Sunday. Mr. Schamehorn is missed from the "avenue." He is quite sick at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Mills, in town. Mrs. Shellensburger and Mi...

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. — 25 August 1899

Roslyn News. T. C. Shull who is in the em ploy of Rupert & Craig, went to Ellensburg Wednesday for a few days visit. Everette Carothers came up from Ellensburg Monday to take charge in the book keeping in the Schlotfeldt butcher shop. Mrs. Gertrude Randall of Ellens bnrg, stopped ofif here a couple of days this week on her way from Buckler, where she has been on a few weeks visit. Fire inches of snow fell in the vicinity of Fish lake last Monday, to the stage driver said when he cone down. A sheep herder crossing the summit of the Cas cades says two feet of snow fell on that day but melted very fast. — Roslyn Miner. To Get Rid of Flies. People in the country who are annoyed by flies should remember that clusters of the fragrant clover which grows abundantly by nearly every roadside, if hung in the room and left to dry and shed its hint, fragrant perfume through the air, with drive away more les than sticky saucers of molas «8 and other fly-traps and fly papers can ever collect.—...

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. — 25 August 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Eat*! d Sot. Stb, MM, it tb» pwtofle*, £ .• irsc, Ktttttai coonty, Vt*a»bioir:'«n, i» <-n"i!> I to •«-';',r,.i.'.•:»•» postal r»t*». :;.!-(!».;- 1 «-.T HUDAV. OFFICIAL COVXTY PAPER. Or.* ;.<r»r, if paid :l id VMM*, il.^J o~ f •'/-•.b rid*of Fmrtt »tr**t, b*tw**a ['-.- »r. ! Main »!r**t.', re»r -if G*'J')i« ROBERT A. TURNER. EDITOR. KtYOBUMua must unite if thes es to win. Whal tre-nted Iri this country U >mes for the homeless. Extbeme wealth an i extreme " *"" I" ' " Paper money, absolute and irre« deem able, is the money of civilza - P?.j /.- are going up on n.ar.'.:- facturefe 1 goods end going down on farm products. The same lew that made the tramp made the millionaire, both ar* creatures of law. y dor.': the Republican party destroy :Le trusts now- that they a:* in control of al! branches of :h«r government? The people's party of lowa en*] dorsad the democratic state ticket last we«:k They got only one place on :ae ticket, that of railroad com m i...

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. — 25 August 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Pt'BLiaMKD BVBKT f'KIDAY. Catered Nov. sth, 1894, at tiie poetoffice, Bllenaburg, Kittita- county, Washington, us entitled to necond-clan postal rates. OFFICIAL cor STY PAPER. \ One year, if paid In advance, 11.00 Offlc< south side of Fourth street, between Pearl ur.'l Main street*, rear of block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Reformers must unite if they expect to win. What we need in this country is h lines for the homeless. Extreme wealth and extreme poverty breed crime. Paper money, absolute and irre deemable, is the money of civilza tion. Prices are going up on manu facturer! goods and going down on farm products. THE same law that made the tramp made the millionaire, both are creatures of law. Why don't the Republican party destroy the trusts now that they are in control of all branches of the government? The people's party of lowa en dorsed the democratic state ticket last week. They got only one place on the ticket, that of railroad commissioner. The na...

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. — 25 August 1899

General Local News. Anotherfine rain on Monday. The city will be full of teachers next week. Teachers' county institute con renes Monday. Prof. McCully is visiting on the Sonnd again this week. J, W. Busbee made a Hying visit to the Sound this week. W.C. Roe spent a few days this week in the snountiains hunting and fishing. A. S. Randall, of the Roslyn Miner, spent Sunday in the city ririting relatives. T. C. Shull is pretty badly crip pled with rheumatism and has been for several day. The Normal school will open promptly on Sept. G, regardless of reports to the contrary. D. L. Browntield came over from from Seattle Saturday to run one of Busbee's engines during the threshing season. Sheriff Brown took Chas. Baker, oiTeanaway, over to Medical Lake asylum this week Mr. Baker seemed to be perfectly rational on everything except religion. Mrs. William Harsell of this city, has a couple of fig trees in her garden that are full of green figs, the second crop this year—the lint crop havin...

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. — 25 August 1899

General Local News. Anothertine rain on Monday. The city will be full of teachers not week. Teachers' county institute con nnes Monday. Prof. McCully is visiting on the Sound again this week. J, W. Buabee made a Hying visit 0 the Sound this week. W. C. Roe spent a few days this nek in the anountiains hunting and fishing. A. S. Randall, of the Roslyn Miner, spent Sunday in the city Tinting relatives. T.C. Shull is pretty badly crip pled with rheumatism and has been for several day. The Normal school will open promptly on Sept. 0, regardless of reports to the contrary. D. L. Browntield came over from from Seattle Saturday to run one of Busbee's engines during the threshing season. Sheriff Brown took Chas. Baker, ofTeanaway, over to Medical Lake asylum this week Mr. Baker teemed to be perfectly rational on ererything except religion. Mrs. William Harsell of this rity, has acouple of fig trees in her garden that are full of green figs, the second crop this year —the lint crop having bee...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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