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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 October 1899

GEMS IN VEKSE. He! oil of the ftoul. I hato to live and suffer, to know hunger, grief and shame 4nd see in tho throngs about me men mangled, blind and lame. I bate to see cold winter* snow bear the print of shoeless feet. And tho fleshless hand of hunger pinch faces young aud sweet. I bate to know each freezing blast blows through a cheerless hovel. I hato to see a hoar head sweat o'er pick and spade and shovel. I hate to think that tender flesh writhe* under lash and blow, And babes unwanted daily born for sorrow, shame and woe. I hate to think Uiat thousands toil in squalor, grief and pain That one may rise, above his kiud and count less treasure tain. I bate that which permits these wrongs, with a hale that cannot die, He it tho demons 'neath the earth or a> spirit that reign* on high. —Louisa IngersolL Deeds, Not Words. Prune thou thine words; the thoughts control That o'er thee swell and throng; Thoy will condemn within thy soul And change to purpose strong. Bat he who lets ...

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. — 13 October 1899

lageI age license were issued this , Mr. J. L- Taggard and ry E. Blunt, both of Roslyn. two of Chicago's eminent it the Christian church on evening at 8 o'clock on Killthe Saloon." »n can make your stove do it in good shape. Try see. miss getting some of those igndkerchiefs. Price 18c. I. The Fair. Jewman, our genial friend orp, was looking after at the court house yester mrn & Moen ties at Horn .so a bundle. Id nights make us think o ing winter, 'orget the Catholic fair, aid for poultry and eggs m Gem Restaurant, o Kill the Saloons" wil übject at the Christian i Tuesday at 8 p. m. ozen children's schoo hiefs. Price 18c. per doz inerair. The County commisioners wil Beet on Monday week for the purpose of ratifying the road levy B iirthe several road districts am letthecontract for the building o i bridge. Wanted:—A girl to do general housework. Apply to David Ram %at Ramsay Bros, store. Work on the new bridge is pro ptttiug nicely. A large assortment of stationery mi school suppl...

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. — 13 October 1899

8 = General = Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Every day and all 1 he while we want you tradl 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 thnt 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 larges and better, our facilities for doing better by our enstomers becomes more prominent. Thi- 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 rind any old timers. That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock, confidence in Superior Steel Ranges Old and reliable and guaranteed by Ramsay, Why send away or buy from pedltrt, ...

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. — 20 October 1899

Te J5T* IT"£ S r~f*. ■ ? r r?» .-\ '—•-. «* -» * /im Sit- t,i * *.>fHWN. VOL. VI. NO. 42. lr REPORT FOR' 99. He American Agriculturist has me to the conclusion that only I jjj,350,900 bushels of wheat hay inn grown and harvested in the ], United States during the present' jar—and points out the loss by awing that it is now admitted Hit the wheat crop of 18518 reached eVtnormous yield of 715,000,000! If this estimate be correct, then ikewheat crop of 185151 will be 150,- --(00,000 bushels "short" of last tar's—but even then tbe estimated field for 1899 is not to be "sneezed it" In g ancing nver the record fa the past live years, we find the jpres: 1895 bushels produced 4t;7,100,00<> 1886, bushels produced 467,684,000 1897, basbels produced 539,149,168 1898, bushels produced 715,000,000 1899, bushels produced 565,859,000! From the foregoing it will be ikwvedthat the "estimated crop fathepresent year is 35,000,000 ptaterthan any of the years men laid above except 1898. Itis gr...

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. — 20 October 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Neuisy Letters From all Points of the Globe. THORP. The Rebeccas organized last Wednesday with an encouraging membership. Although sunn- ap prehended fearful vengance fruin the trained ''goat.*' yet even the most timid maiden faced him with out a scream. Pupil;- wlio were neither absent nor tardy for the tirst month of school are Zola Thorp, lone Gordon, Josie Gordon, Charley Ramm, John Ellison, Hoy Veach, Alfred. Susie and Rachel Yearwood, George Splawn, McAffee, and Arthur Righy. Mrs. Rentier gave a delightful party on Thursday afternoon in honor ot Misses Pearl Ramm and Rosa Pallingtoii who are soon to depart for California with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ramm. Mrs. Van Nordstrom and family ol Toppenish, spent feveral days with relatives, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hutchinson visited several weeks with their children lately. Some of the young people con template giving a play in the near future, the proceeds of which are to purchase a sc...

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. — 20 October 1899

E>l|-"*r""" 1 Smoke Tour l ift Away, kauit tobacco easily ami forever, be mas Ju kl of life, nerve aiiclvifror, take No-To rintffonder-worker. that makes weak men ■ AH druggists, Me or $1. Cure iruaran- Booklet and sample free. Address SJujßemedy Co ' Chicago or New York. Bee Supplies. be hives and all kinds oi bee r.upplies mstwtlv kept on hand at Willis' Ba li. ' my-KMi. Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the Jghject, is narrated by him as fob juis: I was in a most dreadful coti llon. My skin was almost yellow, cits sunken, tongue coated, pain dßtinually in back and sides, no ippetile—gradually growing weaker kyb) day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately a iriend idvised trying "Electric Hitters," adtoiny joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. 1 continued their use for three weeks ad am now a well man. I know they saved my lite and robbed the grave of another victim. No one jhould fail to try t...

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. — 20 October 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED BVCRT FRIDAY. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at the postoffiee, Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, entitled to second-class postal rates. OFFICIAL ('OVSTY PAPER. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Office south *ide of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddis 'dock. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Do your own thinking. PREJUDICE is a slave master. fHE party lash is losing its power. Ii n't allow any man to control your vote. YbUH vote is your own. Cast it in yotti own interest. Any man that will stoop so low as to sell his vote ought to be deprived of bis right. The best way to purify politics is to commence in the primaries and have every voter to attend them. I'HE fanners ought to form a trust and pool their hay and grain. They could do it if they would, but will they? If each voter would only vote as .i- he reads, with his eyes Open, there would he fewer scoundrels in onice in this country. If you don't want the scheming politicians ...

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. — 20 October 1899

General Local News. Mrs. Berguson is quite poorly. Simon Justham,of Roslyn was in tbe city Monday. Frank Williams of Topenish was in the city Monday. Everett Carothers of Roslyn was in the city Monday. ff. H. Talbott is reported as being on the sick list again. Eva Mires is reported as being lomewhat better today. H. M. Bryant returned to Jfeaghersville Monday. Mrs. Nettie Stevenson returned from Roslyn last Friday. G. E. Dickson left Monday for a {if days visit in Seattle. Bert Williams came down from frosty creek last Friday. The roofing on the Cad well block iiprogressing very nicely. Show your patriotism by patron izing tbe Company H. ball. Mrs.Mary E. Helmer of Cle El omwasin the city Saturday. Mrs. F. F. Fulton was in the city Tuesday with a load of fruit. L. J. Mclvin has secured a posi tion in the N. P. railway shop. Lambert Raskins is confined to his bed with an attack of fever. Kirk Whited came over from Wenatchee Sunday on business. A little son of Perry Cleman's is serio...

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. — 20 October 1899

6 County Commissioners Doings, Monday, l M. !2, 1809, The Board of County Commissioners of Kittitas county, Washington meet in reguhtr session. Present: J. M. New man, Chairman of the Board, and W*. M. Mark. Dennis Strong, Commissioners and Simon P. Fogatty, Auditor and ex officio 1 'lei k of tin' Board. In the nutter ol tbe petition of George Michel el ■>* tor the view location and establishimenl of a county road i The Board finding thai the petition contains substantially the matters and things required by law,that atleasl ten of tlie petitioners are householders of the county, ivsi'liii)-' iii tin' vicinity ol the proposed road, ami that the Bond accompanying the same is sufficient. It is therefore ordered that E, I. Ander son, anil O. lliiiman ami I lerman Briegel In' appointed viewers in tin- matter of said proposed road, and thai said viewers proc 1 n- 1 soon as practical to examine tin- unite of the proposed road ami to view lav out, survey ami do all other things required...

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. — 20 October 1899

Iter. ten hours rain we may K ( g freeze. Ir. Bean and son registered in jp Tuesday. isb paid for poultry and eggs □few Gem Restaurant. jo to Theo. Lambson for your [Tight stoves. He makes them. tie Block. Jfjnoll B. Graves spent a few Jjion the sound this week. JfiSTED:—A girl to do general Jlsework. Apply to David Ram- K|t Ramsay Bros, store. jllW. Eldred had 2200 pound of Mutoesfrozen Saturday morning. ■ lie win of the last day or two L impeded the progress of hay inling. The east bound trains yesterday Hill late because of a landslide pond the tunnel. like your old stoves to Theo. [imbson and trade it for a new lit tight. The freeze on Saturday morning ma very damaging one, doing onsiderable injury to both fruit d vegetables. 1 large assortment of stationery tod school supplies just received litI it Morgan's Book Store. News, like hens teeth seems to us 110 be very scarce. The Daily Dawn is growing in 'ivorwith the people. Mr. Mills will have his new restaurant open today for bu...

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. — 20 October 1899

s Pear Street, - - Washington. Every day and all 1 lie while we want you tmM 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 lor 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 Superior Steel Ranges Old and reliable and guaranteed by Ramsay, Why send away or buy from pedlers, when you can get the best Steel R...

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. — 27 October 1899

I ■ 4 Ijm . _j g V y gT*is if If I „ VOL VI. NO. 43- Iffl THE EAST. s.l'Let out motto be Tnite the 1 Ltand Educate the Hast,'" said , "■•Governor Myron McCord of J fcona, in a short address to the tbeEtioDil Irrigation Congress, at 'Spjjouia, Montana. Governor: Mc- certainly n clear coiicep- VtL of the needs of of the West on subject, and of the "'ljclicy which should be pursued to "■wiquickly and effectively accom plish what everyone concedes must j Hiemltin the greatest direct develop- j _ litDtand benefit. I I ROT AN U.NTRI r.i) SOiK.UK. I Governor McCord strongly ad-1 ■ mlcd reclamation of arid terri-J ■ sit by the Federal Ciovrnment. ■ ft«re not asking the Govern- Iml to embark on any new and ■ mined scheme," he said. '"Suc m«if as oil as the hi. s. Look Billhewonderful results acheived I»rit in the Salt Kiver Valley Ari ■ iiiia, where 300,00u acres of desert IW have been con verted inio one ■ tithemost productive sections in Hthe United States. In Arizona ■ ilone there are o.O...

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. — 27 October 1899

2 CleElum Notes The Presbyterians also content* plate building in the spring. Mr. Chatiman was hnrl one day last week while working in the mines a' this place. Mr. John M uldoon was reported as being badly hurt in the mines near Fish Lake. We forget toshow up in the news column iif Th kl> \w s once in h while, but is earlessness on our part —please excuse us. Our genial carpenter, Oran Har nett must have some- attraction near Thorp. Harvey Lord ot Thorp was in our little city Monday. Hobos are getting quite numer ous, as well as saucy and over bearing. If we had a chain gang to put them on they would not lay around this place so much. They laved around last tall in the same way, and if 1 am not mistaken they did some mischief. Look out. The Baptist organized a church here with thirteen members and are taking steps toward building a church. Our school is glowing rapidly. We now have 76 enrolled. Number days present 1168; number days absent 78; eases tardiness, 25. Pu pils neither ...

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. — 27 October 1899

Bee Supplies. tahivesand nil kinds o! bee supplies on hand at Willis'; Ha sir. Volcanic Eruptions Aregrand, but Skin Eruptions rob liteofjoy. Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ores them; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds', Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Btst Pile cure on earth. Drives ou Pains and Bches. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure euaranteed. Sold by H. S. Brood, Druggists. 2 sew headquarters. We desire to iniorni the public thatwe have an ollice with (.'. L. Collins; also telephone connection nth mil], R- P- Tjosskn & Son. JUtilii, Real Estate Owners! lilhetitle to jour prnpcity clear? Hu\untl Miertnces been )>rnperly made, executed and worded Have all eucumburauce whtcb have Ml lid, properly snti.- tied of record : Have of the title to your properly.' ifnouhow do yo l ' know the condition of your jilt The uuderslgucd has the only set of ab- Ittactindices in this county; has had s years HMriiweiutlie abstract business in thi...

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. — 27 October 1899

4 THE ELLENSEURG DAWN. MKHKII KVBKV I RlfrAT. Entered Nov. sth, 1804, ul tbe postoffice, Klli n-l,hi lt, Kittitas enmity, Washington,! a* entitled to necond-clit»« postal rates. OFFICIAL coI'STY PAPER. One year, if paid In advance, $1.00 Office south ildeof Fourth street, between Pearl and .Main street-, rear of Qeddla block. ROBERT A. TURNER. EDITOR. Be honest in j■>>iit i< Be corageous if 1 duty, The truth is more precious than gold. All genuine reforms come from the low er classes. MEM of honor and integrity always command r sj >-t t. THE classes and masses will one of these day.- c une to a clash. ANY man that is not honest in politics is not honest in trade or profession. THERE are two classes of tramps, but it seems that it is the worst class that stakes Ellensburg. f> the reformers in this country ever expect to accomplish anything in the way ol politics, they will have to get together. It is a genuine case of hanging. We must hang together <>r we will ha...

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. — 27 October 1899

General Local News. tins Perkins was on our streets londay. \l. Harrison of Kaston came (business this week. Dr. Bean and son returned from foonia Sunday evening. I T. Mason returned from Top jdiiih Monday morning. 0, \V Pautzke returned from loilyn Monday evening. Gustaf Nelson of Easton was in tun Saturday and Sunday. H M. Bryant of Meaghersville nsdown on business Monday. Jlrs. Lancaster, living in Sunny sJe addition is suffering from (rjgipilas. Mrs. Will Boyd has been ill since iilThursday and is but little if or better. Junes Butcher continues in ill Health much to the regret of his uny friends. G.C. Poland writes that he is luring a good time and meeting luy old friends. There is hardly a vacant bouse in town and renters are finding it lord to any kind of building. We have no doubt that fifty good helling houses could he rented iretyweek if they were only here. Charley Hodges, a little son of Mre. M. E. Hodges fell off a dray on Sitnrday and seriously hurt his k Mrs. George M...

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. — 27 October 1899

6 Count) Commissioners Doings. 1 Wednesdaj , I tet. 1, |800. The Board of County Commissioners of Kittitas county, Washington, meet | pursuant to adjourume'it, all members . present. BILLS EXAMINBO ANIi API'ROVKD. The following bills were examined and approved and warrants ordered is sued on the following funds i COUNTY IT BRENT BXI'ENSE FUND. tiaac Brown, sheriffs' expenses •fl-- -17 It. U". Morgan, office supplies :s 00 [. VV, Bean, medical attendance Co. ].'Jor '07 50 ('. V.. Stevens, care Co poor 102 40 Mrs. K-tella 11. Stowell, care Mis. Vinson ami sun, Co. poor tf' l 00 C, !l b'lummerfelt, tran»portation Turpin family l? 600 CH. Fluinitterfelt, incidental* 50 85 C, X Palmer, liven 00 C. K. Stevens, lobor at couui) (arm 0 00 lioberl Seobie, Btpeii»e« aadeput) alieritl '■' '•' 1 Carollo & tteiiasci, iitd'se uonntv poor 111 00 Mrs M a Latimer, board ul pi is oner* til 00 \ Is.ia.- Brown, livery 00 ' C S. Painter, livery 8 60 HO A l» II NO. Becker dt Stiren, rock picks 4 501 C...

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. — 27 October 1899

pr.Frai k Scott returned from | ,Frandsco Saturday. Smjed:— A girl to do general Cork, Apply to David Ram yßamsay Bros, store, jlarge assortment of stationery ,] school supplies just received Morgan's Book Store. j De ßed Cross will hold a special | Pig Saturday. Let every one Milan interest in the welfare our brave boys turn out and id jsuietance in making them silly weicome. Tbe nobbiest head-wear of the wn a' Mrs. Stevsnson's. J,H. Scott says that he bought • carload of wall paper this it In immense line of üblets and I id supplies just received at npn'i? Book Store. H. C. N'ewtou of Spokane a, Btf expert, is in the city to il. Ml at Patilzke'e and see the Ktin pictures. You will find juhrays up to date, loitin Mires has spent several in in the Sour.il cities. Marriage license were issued to il t.i Mr. Daniel Blazi it and is IVicenca Radoavie both of tdyu. Seth Kelly of Waverly, pokane Co. to Miss Jessie Waggon. GotoTheo. Lambson for your lit Tight stoves. He makes them btle Bloc...

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. — 27 October 1899

s = General = Store, Every day and. all the while \v<> want you trade, We don't expect to get it by well written advertisements or smooth taik behind the counter. All our hope in getting business rests on doing better tor out customers than other Sealers, I- 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 !>v our enst..mers becomes more prominent. This season is no exception v. the rjle. While our stock is larger than ever before, there has been no less pains taken in its selection. We invite your inspection Ol the n w fail You will not find any old timers. That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock. connd< nee in Superior Steel Ranges Old and reliable and guarantee by Ramsay, Why lend a*ay oi buy from pedlers, when you ca; iret the best Steel ...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 44- If DR. LEMON DOES. Doyou want to know the name ilk best all around household dttor, and certainly the cheapest ilitcan be found in the country? It is Dr. Lemon. Yes, an ordi nrv, sour, yellow lemon, which (oocan buy at any grocery for a ft* cents. Here are some of the things Di. lemon will do for you if you will jive him a chance. Squeeze him into a glass of water evert'morning and drink him with tery lilt'e sugar. H. will keep lourjtouiach in the hest of order udnever let Mr. Dyspepsia, whom it butts cordially, get into it. If you have dark hair and it seems to be falling out, cut off a iijceof the doctor and ruh hrtn on your scalp. He will stop that little tronl>le promptly. Pour him into an equal quantity olglycerine.and ruh yui hands with the mixture before going to bed. If you don't mind sleeping with gloves on, that is better still, and helps the doctor considerably iibistaskof whitening your hands Wash your hands thoioughly in warm wat...

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