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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 September 1899

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Newsy Letters From all Points of the Globe. SPABTA. There is still considerable -u-k --i.ess in the neighborhood. Mr. Pchamerhorn spent Friday and Satur lay in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Riegei went 1' h v r ?d a; The bri tg« wat closed for teams - • _ ■ triaii- ti ue down fi Roslyn S mday and visited with her daughter Mrs. Shelleubarger. •■ - " y Cash Mo re is beginning to loom ap i - .v. It is reported that J P.Sharp has -"Id his creamery to B. F. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Yocom started Tnesday to attend the fair at Yak ima. a merry party enjoyed an evening spent at the borne of Mr. Mills last week. It was the even ing the guest- were treated to pie. • LEELCII NOTES. Who sail] CleElum wasn't boom■ iiig? From all indications CleElum lias made more advancement in the last year that, it has in tlie past five or six. With Supt. Bush hold of the mine there has been great improvement and it will give employment t-j a aumber more School opened on the 18th wi...

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. — 29 September 1899

HOME. Lemons. Hejuice of a lemon taken in inter on awakening in the jning is an excellent liver cor j,,, and for stout women is ttrthan any anti-fat medicine. "Ircerine and lemon juice, half |h»lf,on a bit of absorbent cot ,is the best thing in the world (Bwith to moisten the lips and jieof a fever-parched patient. jdnshof lemon juice in plain (Bis an excellent tooth wash. N t only removes tartar, l>ut Ktens the breath. Iteaspoonful of the juice in a ill cupful of black coffee will nut certainly relieve a billious idache. Ihefiueet af manicure acids is nit by putting a tablespoonful of lemon juice into a cupful of mitater. This removes most liwfroin the fingers and nails, J loosens the cuticle more tjsfsctorily than can be done liny sharp instrument. Is the impul aitnly Morsels sive excla mation one to after testing our delicious ice. No better candies are lion the ',foot-stool" than Bos li & Co.'b choice confections, nine they are the acme of per ition. Try them and be con- ...

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. — 29 September 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. ■ Ente "l Soy. Sth, 1864, a! tbe powtoSce, Elisnabanc, Kiej",. WwbiiiKtno, a- entitled t nd»c a»» rate*. OFFICIAL col \\TV PAPER. Ol « year, if paid In advance, |1.00 <jtfi f lOUtb Fide of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main -tr'-et-, rear of Qeddll block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. WHO CAN ANSWER Below we publish two extracts properly credited, we presume, as we clip them from a Colorado paper that i- supposed to be thoroughly reliable, that are out oi line with the national administration. If they are correctly credited or incor rectly reported «ye should like to kn wa. they are t' us a genuine literary curiousity. The extracts are here below and we intend send ing mark<-d copies to the editors oi each ''f these journals and we beg of them to either confess or deny. Here they are: -When the rebels tied 'hey left behind them several five-inch guns and ammunition marked *U. 8. navy yard. Where did they get these?"—Chicagii Tribune. ' Probably from Admiral...

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. — 29 September 1899

fatd Local News. Bort Miller spent Sunday in If* goto the Manila fish market for in wholesome fish. j.E.Veach, of Thorp, was down tboeiness Tuesday. The Presbyterians are building a -/church at Roslyn. fj, Boyd went to Boslyn on puss yesterday. He Georgia Minstrel will appear tLloydsj opera house, Oct, 7. f, E. McDaniel and boys re nnet! from the Yakima hop fields r Friday. Jr. St John, the genial proprietor ((tie Thorp House was on our meets Monday. f, H. Oldham, Will and Roxie kflSsturday evening for Canyon City, California. William AdKins opened a iish urketon 3d street Friday, He ollsit the Manila market. AlSnyder raised the boss wheat crop of the valley this year, the tntirecrop yielding 50 bushels per |n Corporal Tucker, of Seattle, is in the city this week. He was once a toot hearty man but is now a nick. John Malatesta. one of the coal Diners, in Roslyn had a leg broken Kir the ankle on Thursday by a ailing rock. W. B. Price and family leave abont the first of the month for ...

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. — 29 September 1899

James Butcher has been seriously ill tins week. | Call nl Pautzke'd and see the latest iii pictures. You will find bim always up t" date. Win. McLease returned from Yakima this week. Full line of amateur photo sup plies at Pautzke's art studio. C. H. Hinman is visitingtehooli over about Mission and Wenatchee this week. If you want household furniture oi almost any description, stovesj <?u-., oail on W. B. Price, in Elmira block at once. Jacob Fredrick and Bunn Em merson are taking in the fair this week. Mrs. Fulton was in the (icy Tuesday marketing fruit. She has the finest fruit grown in the valley and lots of it too. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dewees left yesterday evening for their old home in Coldwater, Kansas. We are sorry that these good people could not make up their minds to make Ellensburg their home, but after they go through one hot sea son in Kansas they will gladly re turn to Ellensburg. Henry Dewiscourt says he will go to Seattle Monday to take in the Exposition. Mr. and Mr...

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. — 29 September 1899

fubburn & Moen ties at Horn- W 12.50 a bundle. Uuence Grange, of Portland, it. couple of days here this ik. jetyour wedding stationery at jDawn office. (its Emily Wilson will spend a dtli visiting in Seattle. U paid for poultry and eggs ibeSeiv Gem Restaurant. iF.Shefflett was arrested and ffd iv jail on Wednesday. ilarge assortment of stationery J school supplies just received Jorgan's Book Store. Swiff Brown took John Fritz Bto the state prison Wednesday pg. The nobbiest head-wear of the pit Mrs. Stevenson's. 11l ladies desirous of becoming arter members of the W. R. C. to meet Saturday at 30p.m. in the G. A. R. hall to ■ the application and pay their its. Tue greatest variety of sailor and liken now on exhibition at Mrs. masons. Don't forget the date of the wdball—Oct. 6th. k English berkshire male hog tale cheap. W. J. Robbins. There will be no mistake about Itball on Oct. 6. It will come off ut. E immense line of tablets and I supplies just received at id's Book Store. Miss...

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. — 29 September 1899

8 XX r il«oix*« = General = Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Every clay arid, all tlie while we wantyou tradl We don't expect to get it by well written advertisements or smooth t.dk behind tlie counter. AH our hope in getting business rests on doing better for out customers than other dealers, Is not that a pretty good basis on which to build a business? It is the plan We have worked on since this store was started, and it is winnint' new customers every day. As the store becomes larges and better, our facilities for doing better by our customers becomes more prominent. This season is no exception to the rule. While our stock is larger than ever before, there has been no less pains taken in its selection. We invite your inspection Ol the new fall goods. You will not find any ok'timers, That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock) confidence in Among the Churches. J. D. Pierce will preach at the Baptist church Sunday Oct. 1. at...

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. — 6 October 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 40. Id OF THE TRUSTS. Telling of the Powers of Organ ized Capital. Ad ingenious citizen of Chicago in been studying out his relation dip to the various trusts of the oontry, and has issued the follow ill statement: I deep in a bed made by a 112,000,000 trust. I pot on my cnderwear made by 1(30,000,000 trust. I put on my pants, thread made by a $300,000,000 trust. I wear the shirt made by a I H00,000,000 trust. I wear shoes made of leather nude by a $125,000,000 trust. I walk on carpets made by a 110,000,000 trust. I wearcollars made by an $8,000,- --000 trust, I wear the socks made by a $20.- --000,000 trust. I use the matches made by a 120,000,000 trust. I light the gas made by an $11,- --000,000 trust. I eat oatmeal made by a $4,000,- --000 trust. I use sugar in my coffee made by a 140,000,000 trust. I use milk in my coffee handled by a $10,000,000 trust. I eat the crackers made by a $45,000,000 trust. I eat bread of flour made by a $150,000,000 t...

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. — 6 October 1899

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Nemsy Letters From all Points of the Globe. FAIRVIEW. Dear Headers: It has been some time since you have heard from Chatterbox. There isn't much news to write. I believe everybody is well at Fairview, and staying at home and tending to their own business. Quite a number of the neighbors have their thrashing done. Charley Smith is building a large bam. Andy Bailee and Will Smith liave hauled several loads of black pine poles. Fred Barnhart has returned home to attend school in town this winter. Our school is progressing very nicely. There are about thirty-five scholars now. Quite a large num ber are down at the hop fields. Mr. and Mrs. Will German have just returned from Wenatchee. Willie Fulton returned Tuesday evening from Methow. There was meeting at the Fairview school house. Sunday at eleven a. m. and Sunday night at o'clock. Fred Schnebley, and Charley and Grant Bull have gone to I'ttll man to attend college. Mr. H. Huss had the misfortune of getting one...

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. — 6 October 1899

Kbsod boys say: "If you come pdsnceOct. 6. given by the Kbarg band you arc assured I courteous treatment and yon gjtrip the light fantastic toe to j sweetest strains of music you j ter heard." line of tablets and (jool supplies just received at tonn's Book Store. Is the impul- Ittreoly Morsels sive excla mation one mikes after testing our delicious guiies. No better candies are itjeon the \foot-stool" than Bos- Hi| &, Co.'s choice confections, Idtiise they are the acme of per son. Try them and be con to*'' _ Millions Given Awry. Itis certainly gratifying to the ablicto know ol one concern in the lodwhoare not afraid to be gener* as io the needy and suffering. He proprietors ol Dr. King's New Medical Discovery for consumption, Hughs and colds, have given away grer ten million trial bottles of this Et medicine; and have the satis on ol knowing it has absolutely and thousands of hopeless cases, iahma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and J diseases of the throat, chest and tugs surely cured ...

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. — 6 October 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLtftlfKD RVKHY FRIDAY. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postofflo e , Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Wasblngto a-entitled to »eoond-olaii postal rates. j OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Oi c year, if paid In advance $1.00 Office south sidfot Fourth street, between Pearl and V do street*, rear of Beddla block. ROBERT A.TURNER, EDITOR. [l we have bad men they are bul the fruit of a bad system. It is about time to change system is it not? We an- sorry to say it. but never theless it is true, that there are too many reformers who concede no honesty of purpose to any man or woman who disgrace them as to methods. When the people discharge the political bosses and take the rein in their own hands, they will have laid aside the mill stone that has been tied to our necks for years. Say, don't you know, that as long as the political bosses are victorious we shall have them with us, but bear in mind that they cannot be victorious except by fooling the people. At the risk of being ca...

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. — 6 October 1899

faeral Local News. IL. Evens was on the streets pjn this week. £d.Stonebreaker returned from [itini this week. j,H.Ramni is building a large urban) on his ranch. Thomas Hodges and family re mrwd from Yakima Friday. frank Fulton and his sister, IGssStelln, returned from Yakima, uday. J[r«. Grissom returned front a Booth's visit in Yakima last today. The little daughter of Mr. and ]|r$.C. E. Holland, died Tuesday ironing. Mrs. Anthony is in Seattle visit ingher parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. EBrashear. Wm. Grißsom and family return edfrom the. hop fields of Yakima ronnty Monday. The town has been full of Indians Mi week. They are returning from the hop fields. It is estimated that fully 700,000 labels of wheat will be marketed it Wilbur this fall. The county commissioners met ■ Monday and proceeded with tie regular routine of business. W. H. Adkins sold his fish market Saturday and went to de- Elm on Monday to go into busi ness. Adam Stevens took eight head of faeJerseys, with "Brown Bessie...

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. — 6 October 1899

Church Exhibit 'I ie following table shows the uuii .ut of money received aud expended in the erection of the new Presbyterian church building: RICBIPTR, Mcl ibers of c lin eh and congregation. 82618.00 Kii-.;.. men and others not members 138.86 Various organization* of the church 18U2.88 -alt- of material at.in Interest 1.60 Total receipts 14473.88 DIIBOBaBKBKTS. Paid for plaus I 178.00 Tearing down building 198.00 Material 20t:i.7ti Labor 1W4.95 Sundries Ml.Bo Insurance m.oo T"t«i disbursements M 884.81 Balance cash on hand I Tb.o'J Alum for Rattlesnake Bite, S, i.. Emery of Smalles, Ohio, writes: '•1 have lived in Southwest Texas (where there are more rattlesnakes than in any other place I ever heard ofj for thirty-three years. I have had many cases of snakebite both with man and beast. I use nothing but alum, and I never lost a case. I cured one man after he Was insensible. If 1 can give a patient the alum as soon as he is bitten the place will not swell. You must hear in mind t...

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. — 6 October 1899

joe Revs cut his third crop of j 0 this week. f»ghburn & Moen ties at Horn 4'b $2.50 a bundle. Britt Craig came ovei from his tonbia ranch Thursday, fjuh paid for poultry and eggs lib New Gem Restaurant. (Fasted:— A girl to do general mework. Apply to David Rain iest Ramsay Bros, store. ilirge assortment of stationery school supplies just received iHorgan's Book Store. Jrs. J. L. Banks, so we are in gned, will be a guest of Levi liluey to and from San Francisco melcoaie our boys from Manila The nobbiest head-wear of the moo at Mrs. Stevenson's. It seems strange when we read in the eastern papers about the toners cribbing corn and we can ma do sit down to our tables twice idaj with a large dish of as fine MStenears as human eyes ever beheld. Yes, strange, but true. Tne greatest variety of sailor and nlkerenowon exhibition at Mrs. stetensons. Printing.—We know how. It's wtiefaction to satisfy you. Your tat order desired. We are kent tasTall the time at Tut: Dawn oicebut will turn ...

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. — 6 October 1899

8 %Vli«ori'» - - Store, Fear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Every day and all the while we want you trad We don't expect to get it by well written advertisements or smooth talk behind the counter. All our hope in getting business rests on doing better for out customers than other dealers, is not that a pretty good basis on which to build a business? It is the plan we have worked on since this store was started, and it is winning new customers every day. As the store becomes Urges and better, our facilities for doing better by our customers becomes more prominent. This season is no exception to the rule. While our stock is larger than ever before, there has been no less pains taken in its selection. We invite your inspection ot the new fall goods. You will not find any old timers, That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock, confidence in Among the Churches. The Christian church has been put in first class shape preparatory for a protrac...

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. — 13 October 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI.. NO. 41. IBIMETT CAMP. fjtrjtas County The Mining Center ot the State. ffeclip the following article from leSeattle Times as sent there by jjpecial correspondent: Blewett, Wash., Saturday.— , from the amount, of work being j jtoein this camp it is almost ai (rtiinty that Blewett will be one i i the greatest camps in this part if the state in the near future, j Blewett will be to Seattle soon what j iheßepublic camp is to Spokane. The Warrior General Mining Company is working hard to get teir mill in operation by the first ifNovember, the time set for the fill to start running. It is to be at of the twenty stamps when •Sjpleted. Several new buildings are to be erected this month and next, be tides those already under construc tion. Work is progressing favorably on the Allen Mason Hydraulic Mining Company's works, besides on other properties of the Polepick Mining Cimpany, a wealthy corporation of Chicago. The company is working hi property and shipping t...

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. — 13 October 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Newsy Letters From all Points ol the Globe. SPARTA. Frank Bradshaw and family are enjoying a visit with Mr. Brad shaws sister and brother in law from tlie east. Miss Lena Mills is again staying in town with Mrs. Farrington. Miss Kate Mills went to Roslyn Thursday where she expects to re main for some time. Mrs. J. M. Pease left for Seattle Friday. She is attendiug the ex position there and expects to re main until the soldiers have re turned. She is visiting her son Merchant and family. A great many from this side attended the fair at Yakima and report a good time and a "fair" fair. Among others just lately return ed from Yakima were John Mc- Cumber, Pet Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. JefT Walters and Mr. and Mrs. Huh Walters. Mr 3. Lon McCumber is visiting her mother, Mrs. Pet Barnes. Since the Sharp creamery has been sold to B. F. Peed there is but one milk wagon running. Marion Hiegel takes the milk for the whole neighborhood and goes and goes with it to the Sharp ...

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. — 13 October 1899

" [stheimpul (MTenlyMorsels sive •xdn mation one njies after testing our deli,'ions Tdies. No better candies are J e onthe',foot-stool" than Bos & Co.'s choice confections, 0 n 8 e they are the acme of per son. Try them and be con- Glorious News CmesDr.D.B. Cargile of Wash kl T Me writes: "Four bottles ?Bectric Bitters has cured Mrs. Ljerc-f scrofula, which had caused ujnat suffering for years. Tern- Z sores would break out ou her ud and face, and the best doctors no help; but her cure is (oapleteand her health is excellent." | Iteshows what thousands have ■wed,—that Electric Bitters is the Set blood purifier knov/n. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, ■Jtrheum, ulcers, boils and running • nts. It stimulates liver, kidney and bowds, expels poisons, help diges ting, builds up the strength. Only a cents. Sold by Stephens &El nod, druggists. Gnaranteed. 4 NEW HEADQUARTERS. We desire to inform the public tint we have an office with C. L. Collins; also telephone connectio...

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. — 13 October 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. - PITBLIRHEO KVKKV PBIDAY. Entered Soy. Mb, 1894, at the poatofflc Ellenabura, Kittitas county, Waabingto • as entitled to necond-class i>«>st:»l ratei. "< OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPFIi. One year, if paid In advance, 11.00 Oflea south tide of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main street*, rear of Qeddia Mock. | ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Corn in Ohio la selling for four teen cents a bushel. What's the matter with the corn trust. •'A i.i. men are brothers,''declares .Sam Jones. Gosh! Does this in clude Hannati? -Gurad, Findlay. Ohio. K.u.l. off the works of the politi cal] boss by giving your vote for Direct Legislasion. Ir we can get Direct Legislation in this country we can and will rel egate the work of the political boss to the rear in short order. PARTY ties will hang pretty slack in 1900. A SLANDEROUS tongue is indicative of a weak mind. The man who thinks right thinks for all mankind. , The voter is growing more inde pendent every day. THE people are th...

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. — 13 October 1899

General Local News, j T.Harsell is in the city again this week. i 8. Randall and wife returned lußoelyn Sunday. Ihe Commissioners court, ad joarnedon Friday afternoon. Yakima's tax levy for 189!) has jeen fixed at a total of 18 mills. Misses Anna Olding and Sanders m spending the week in Seattle. WilU- Boyd came down from gjilyn Sunday, but will return ROD. Mrs. M. J- Durgau returned gnnday from a weeks visit in Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Randall are Tinting Mrs. Randall's father over n Buckley this week. Our soldier boys arrived at San Francisco Monday morning and a ■late was tired in their honor. Herbert Martin got cpuite a severe bit sting Sunday that disabled him for duty nearly all day Monday. Stattie has a new paper called Horthwest Industries. It is de voted to the upbuilding of general industries of the state. Mrs. R. P. Edgington and Mrs. Janes Hornbeck are in Wenatchee this week attending a county meet iogof the \V. C. T. U. H. Hutchinson, who has spent the summer visiting h...

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