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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 November 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Neuisy Letters Ffom all Points of the Globe. (SPARTA, Mr. Maddox i- building a large barn on his place. (.'ash Moore has completed his new residence. Mrs. George Sfiallenberger has been visiting her folks in Itnslyn fur the |iist week. The threshing machine has heen down this way again but it sounded uncanny, as if it had a cold, and impressed one about the same as a linen duster and a straw hat at Christmas. Little baby McCumber has heen quite sick the past week with a swelling on the neck. Social activity seems to be sus pended and news is very scarce. It is nrobably the calm before the Storm as winter is the time for gay ety in the country. FAIRVIEW. A good many of the farmers are hauling off their baled hay. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Ida Wal lace were the guests of Mrs. Will German Sunday. Mr. Gregory has rented the Grin drod ranch. Quite a number from this corner attended church at the Lyons school house last Sunday. The people of Fairview have or ganized a...

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. — 3 November 1899

(SSvaitve of v ■ J';. in-; 1 1,1(1 Harness Oil -TOiirbesl hnmi-ss. ynur old linr- SZanilvouri-urriiip'ti'p. ami they JTrioi only !'<■'" '■ '"'< w«" tancer. Bold everywhere In cans nil E« from half pints io ItveealUms. Hldebjßr»Ml*Hl> Oil- ' »• Bee Supplies. Id hives and all kinds of hep supplies «&uitlv kept on hand at Willis' Ha B iny-18-tf. THROBBING HEADACHE. Would quickly leave yon, it' you ,sed Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved rheirmatchless merit for sick and nervious Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves ant iiiild up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money lack if not cured. Sold by H, S. Bwood, druggist. / NEW HEADQUARTERS. We desire to inform the public Utitwe have an ollice with ('. L. Collinfl; also telephone connection with mill, R. P. Tjossen & Sox. WILLIS' BAZAAR. Willis' Bazaar now in the Klein berg block is the place to get crock ery, glassware, china ware, notions, food and willoware, lampj...

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. — 3 November 1899

"7 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. I I KI.ISHKD RVSBY ClttDAVi Bntered Nov. fttb, 1894, al tbo poNtotHcn, Bllengburir, Kittitas county, Washington, m entitled to «ecodd-clitss postal rates. Of FICIAL COUNTY PAPER. One war, if paid In advance, $1.00 Office south nide of Fourtb itreet, between Pc :•! and Main streets, rear of Qeddta block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Stand by your convictions even if you are the only living mortal holding to swell ideas, 1 Rev. Hicks is correct in his pre lictioii that we will have an almost total failure of crops foi 1900 and 1901 in the United State , then those who live in sections where they can not irrigate wd! certainly lair worse than those who live in irrigated sections. Win don't the farmers of tins valley get together and form n mutual insurance company and save themselves from the fleecings of the old line companies. It is being done in the older states and even in Western Washington and why not here? Orii boys went to war with Spain and offered their b...

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. — 3 November 1899

General Local News. Ref. Kenney has been suffering toLa Grippe this week, gillie Randall, of the Roslyn liner, spent Sunday in the city jjtingrelatives and family. g, \\'. Eldred was in the city Innday for the purpose of proving ipoiihis homestead out north of ID. W.P. Sherman,one of the honest jromanry of Wi son creek section, Ljiitown looking niter the table npplie.-= this week. Word comes from Indian Terri m that a largo number of families 4ereare preparing to emigrate to tlis valley in the ear y spring. According to reports from cle- Elmu the Fish commission depos- W 1,000,000 eastern trout in the l'akima river at that point last nek. Pat Henry of Roslyn, who is well known in this city was kicked by a lorse on Thursday and seriously but. His arm was broken and he iuotherwise bruised up. H. J. Snively, who is well known to all onr people as a Yakima attor my.cameup this week to watch the city grow and get a few pointers on how to make a live wide-a-wake city. The robbery of Rehmk...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 November 1899

6 County Commissioners Doings. The following bills w<*r • ex iinim '1 and appr wed and warrantsordered issued on tbe following fundi: COCMTI CUBBKMT KXI'KSfK. \V. E. McDaniel, care of panpers s'...days * W H A. * iutzian, otllce rent Superior Judge -Inly. An-, and Sept. 3< Mlmon P. Fogarty, incidentals M 80 11 • \V. Hale, incidentals -1 60 C. 8. Palmer, livery - M 0. S. Palmer, livery - 00 Lewis Bros., clothing panper 1 76 Perry Drug Co.,dru(is ,; W. F Doughty, wood, pauper !-i 00 coi RT HOt'ss Ann JAIL. W. F. Doughty, ice is 00 aEXEBAI KOAU .\SI> BIUDQK. 0. •-. Palmer, livery 10 00 Bo II) DISTRICT SO. IK. William Taylor, 01,,O 1 ,, ilavs, super visor 10 -•> William T ■ >r • •.*» daj - road woi k 'i win- 10 -•> William F, Taylor, 6>, .! ivs roed work n:W C. K. Taylor, days road work . 85 B )AD WSTBICT So Ii ■ Magnus Roseberg, :J', days road work 83 Ma/m X use berg, hardware i l"> The boar<l adjourned to meet tomorrow at 9 a. m. I Friday, Oct. 6th, 18w. The...

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. — 3 November 1899

Notice. LpM, At a regular meeting of the Board tutf ComuUssioucrs of Kittitas comity, held ou the Bth day of October, litippeared to said Hoard that the offioera IBMrdof Ulrec'tors of the Middle Kittitas pdon District (a public corporation exist, ndorganUed uader an act of the State of ,liigtoii, providing for the organization and gmnentof Irrigating districts ami the sale Idniiiingtherel'rum, approved March 'JO, liiJthe ollice of whose Hoard of Directors jmed in said county) have neglected and bed to cause an as*evsmcnt nnil levy to be ittomwt the interest upon its outstaudiu g m kereinafter described, which interest JbKoniedue January Ist. 100', and July l«t, gild whereas, it further appeared to said udof I'oiiuty Commissioners at said meet (till it hid heretofore caused an assessment Will the taxable real property o said Dis- Htobi prepared ill the manner required by i,nnid property had been assessed aud filled by the County Assessor and Board of laUallon of Kittitas county, Wash...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 November 1899

8 = ~ IJI tore, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg 1 , Washington. Every day and all 1 h<* while we want y outrafj We don't expect to gel it by well written advertisements or smooth talk behind the counter. All our hope in getting business rests on doing better ior 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 winnine 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 t<> 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 tht new fail goods. Yon w ill not find any old timers, That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock, confidence in .V Narrow Escape, Thankiul words written by .Mrs- Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. I).: "Was tak...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 45- Our Boys at Home. Ibesday will be a flay long to be nnrniltered by tin- people oi this dley. The day was a gloomy one, lit early tne '"enoon people jMfi arriving an I continued to [onr in during the day from all (lifters of the valley. The streets lid business houses were nicely ieoraterl as was many of the pri nk resident es. About 10 o'clock a telegram came IromSeattle that our hoys would be thereabout 2 p. m., but that hour irrived and word came that they , mold be in about six, and long before that hour arrived tbe streets m thronged on both sides from trorn the corner of Pearl and Third H the depot. i The train pulled in at 5:45 amid nth deafening shouts that one toold hardly hear himself or herself ink. The boys marched from the depot tuning up Main to Fifth, thence fero Pearl, where the grand dis fbj was made in passing through the arch, thence to the Armory there the tables fairly groaned rith all that was good. The boys tfEUenaburg, Nor...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 November 1899

1 An Old Settle i Goue. !».. Arron Kinney died at the home of bis son, Win. A. Kinney, on Swauk Prairie,Nov, 6,1899. Dr. Kinney was born in Midland county, Ohio, Feb. 11. 1814. At the age ol 22 he was married to Mist Eliza J. McComb, and contin ued his re#ide ice in that st.-re one vf.,r. After residing in Pc >nsvl vania >ight years and in Virginia four he made lowa h s home for 34 years. In 1885 he and his wife and son William came to Washington and in 1> V > settled •>!! Swank Prairie, In 1890 bis devoted w<fe, after a j faithtuicompanionship "f 54 year.*, was laid to rest in Swauk Prairie cemetery. Dr. Kinney practiced medicine for 50 years. He was the father of -<»yen sotll and five daugh- j ter. He was christened In the Presbyterian church from which he took a letter oi commendation in 1885. In the midst oi all the varied experiences of his life he maintained the family altar and proved faithful to Christian principles. During the last 14 years oi his lite ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 November 1899

11 : g=j haul h: ig Vj! big bill if t W you grease g ' the wagon | wheels with J I MICA Axla Graass 1 I «k«I«h on.l I. »m why it's IVo ||TAXD.4R3> OIL, CO. Bee Supplies. lUntand all knuls o! bee supplies anrlv kept on hand at Willis' Ha- W iny-13-tf. pRCK'S IRON NERVE, fas the result of his splendid (lb. Indomitable will aud tre idois are not found where much, Liver, Kinde-Cs and Rowels oat of order. If you want these ilities and rhe success they bring, Driving's New Lite Pills. They teiop every powar of brain and jv. Only 25c at H. S. Elwood's ■ store. 2 NEW HEADQUARTERS. lie desire to iniorm the public itwehuve an ollice with C. L. ins; also telephone connection anil], R. P- Tjosses & Sox. WILLIS' BAZAAR. Wis' Bazaar now in the Klein ij block is the place to get crock t, glassware, china ware, notions, ml and willoware, lamps &c at wai prices. fail, Real Estate Owners! ja&dtle to your property clear.' Have all wijuces been properly made, executed ami MM? Hare all en...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PVMJtHBD f.vkiiY ri'.iDAY. Entered Nov. sth. 1804, at the postoffice, Ellenaburg, Kittita- county, Washington, as entitled to lecond-clasn postal rate-. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. One year, If pui<l in advance, 11.00 Urli'v - uth ltdeof Fourth street, between Pearl and Main ttreeti, rear of Geddli block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Gall is often mistook for brains. A PARTY llave is the worst slave ever created. There is anything but harmony in the republican camp. A PARTY slave is a person green enough to crow bu» too soft to drive into the ground. Ai l.'" ', no political party to own you or control your vote if y v would be a ire" man. Political slavery will be abob i.-hed when the peopleof this coun try get Direct Legislation and not before. The democratic party has proven" recreant to so many pledgee that even its own brethren are afraid to trust it. , It seems strange to hear the same republican sheets announcing every week tor a year the death of the populist ...

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. — 10 November 1899

faeril Local News. (jon produced from four to six to pounds of prunes this year, lly of the petite variety. p.Kuhnof the West Side took uiige of our most liberal offer r Dawn and Seattle Times for (on Saturday. 18. French and Chas. Stowell I for San Francisco Sunday uing. The report is that Stowell lle"b»t" man. 'a. W. H. Marvin came over !falia Walla Friday evening JdiTer the funeral discourse of itrMcDowell on Saturday. BrkWhited, ex-prosecuting at uyof Kittitas county,who lives Kit Wenatchee, is in the city j nek attending court. lr.md Mrs. J. L. Mills of Thorp Kin the city Saturday. Mr. liisone of the substantial men tthe Thorp section and has a host frieodi. f.B.Price and family stopped [hereto see our people on Friday rJSaturday, as they on array to Spokane where Billy (gone into business. I.R.Xevvland and wife returned inTopenishSaturday. Mr. New kadhad been employed as a clerk i the store their gave up the job ewe his return. Oliver Brownfield, a nephew of editor and wife ha...

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. — 10 November 1899

Cqhh ■ Commissioners Doings. Che Board ol County Commissioners i ol Kittitas county mst pursuaiii to ad-, ipurnment of Oetotasr Bth, I8l)0,all mem btrs present. [ N t) itterof the construction of a Mgou bridge across CleElum rivei at Salmon La isac, Th- board bavin.' duly considered the propof d submitted by E. Wagner for the construction oi a wagon bridge across OleEluru riverat Sal nLa Wac, awards the contract of building said bridge to b, Waiinei for the sum of three hundred and" eighty eight and 60-1 18*8.60 doll lis and articles ..i agre.-meiit tor the construct! f-aid bridge are duly exe cuted by and between this Board and ■aid E Wagner, conditioned, that said articled of. agreement for the construction of giii i I ridge are to become ol force and ; ■ffei ' upon the filing with the County Audit r and < lerk of this Board ol a duly ! appn ived bond an required h> law In ibe-matter of pa) uieiits Stjoqnalmie j Tlie County Auditor i- heiehv author- j ised when Invoices are ...

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. — 10 November 1899

rC. Thomas who has been Uyillin the hospital at North to i? reported as being some P. Lbbarn & Much bale tics at übeek's for $2.23 per bundle. [le chairmen of all committees requested to meet in the parlor lie Commercial Club rooms this Ding (Friday > at 8 p. m. jflitlemen'" hunting boots at iton'f. in. Van Dit sen. teacher of piano dguitar. Room !), Hart block. J,P.Lawton,editor of the Newell, fa, Mirror, who visited relatives iliscily last summer has been liaosly ill since his return home, ii is gradually mending and we |tl may recover in due season. tijiito Hornbeck's for Washburn ■In bale ties if you want them ♦2.25 per bundle. Hie Mibbicst head-wear of the ism a' Mrß. Stev -nsoii's. Mio said Ellenshurg couldn't tiiii a celebration. led top "Dewey" hoots for little not Denton's. il we go to press (Thursday at is) Dr. Newland is reported much worse than yesterday. Heu's Oil Grain Boots at Den ICKrJR'j ENGLISH HKMKDV WIIX STOP A COUGH Bflime, and will cure the worst cold In...

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. — 10 November 1899

8 = General = Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Every dayetnd all the while we \\ arityon trade] 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, 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 winnine new customers every day. As the store becomes Luges and better, our facilities lot doing better by our enstomers 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 j in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock, confidence in No Right to Ugliness. The woman who is lovely in lace, form and temper will always have friends, ...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN |LVI. NO. 46. if AMERICA." iriil Address Delivered Her. Lockwood in the Opera House on Sun day, Nov. 12. In! we present tlie readers of PiWN tlie memorial address |er. Lwkwood as delivered jwdiy. It is well worth the ll of each and every render » f ■per. The delivery was grand ■ieii tlie speaker grew both uttnd pathetic. It is need lonjtliatit met with a hearty ntstiou by all who were pres [ 4 Ii nation liveth unto itself, and ttiondieth unto itself. Like {•dividual the nations life is God. It has its work to do, (ttm to perform, i's destiny HO. ••history that leads up to. and iti climax and culmination it famous and immortal dec tioii of independence, is impor tndinteresting. It is in these ■tire years, that we behold idea's mission growing clearer laore distinct, in tbe colonial ■010688. He colonization of this fair i m not undertaken by the I »nd cowa.dly. It was the mi "f Europes best life that I'd upon and into these dense s. Men whom no difficulty Wed, no 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. — 17 November 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Neiusy Letters From all Points of the Globe. SPARTA. William Maddox has almost com pleted his new barn. Mr. Moore is expecting his son Al to arrive from Idaho in a few days. M r.Moore hopes soon to have all his children in permanent homes near him. The Misses Lena and Kate Mills are home again. Mr. Shellenberger drove to Roa lyn Sunday. Henry Pease and mother re turned from Seattle Tuesday of last week. Quite an impromptu gathiugtook place at the home of Mrs. Pease .Sunday. Jeff Walters will go to the Co lumbia this week. Mr. Schamehorn visited in the neighborhood last Wednesday and Thursday. Geo. Moore is in town nursing his brother-in-law who is very low with typhoid malaria. The Jliterary and debating club meet every Wednesday evening at the Dammon school house. Bom to tbe wife of B. F. Hicks, a son. Miss Eva Rogers who was buried last Tuesday is greatly missed by her large circle of friends. Snap and Ketchum. CLE ELUM NOTKB. It looks like the boys wdio ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1899

[JEW HEADQUARTERS. We desire to inform the public |lt we have an office with C. L. Collins; also telephone connection with mill, R. P. Tjossen * Son. t)r. Williams and Smith, who have for several years past visited Eller>Bburg, representing the Na tional Surgical Institute have decided to open an office here that they may handle successfully a number of patients who require their personal observatson and treatment. their ad elsewhere in this issue. Full line of amateur photo sup plies at Pautzke's art studio. Money to loan on improved farms at 8 per cent. Apply to the Bank of Ellenshurg. sepS Bed Hot From The Gun. Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead man of Newark, Mich., in the Givil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boiles, Felons, Corns, Skin Erup tions. Best Pile cure on earth. 25c a box. Cureguaranteed. Sold by Elwood & Stephens, Druggists, 3 PROFESSIONAL cards —ATTORNEYS....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED EVRKY FRIDAY. Entered Nov. Btta, 1894, at tbe postoffice, Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, u-1 otitled to second-class postal rates. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. (.'tie year, if paid In advance, $1.00 Office south side of Fourth street, between ■ • rl and Main street-, rear of Gedrttl block. ROBERT A.TURNER, EDITOR. Read and think for youaelf. Who said in his heart tiiere is no reform? Study the real questions of re form as they present themselves. THE time is fast approaching when every voter must take sides one way or the other. ir the Republican party can rind any consolation in the late election they are welcome to it. Orbed and avarice is the chief corner stone of nine-tenths of the crime committed in the world today. THE man who serves humanity serves God who created it and per forms a commendable cause. THERE is one thing and only one thing that keeps the republican party alive and that one thing is th" mistakes <>f the democratic party....

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. — 17 November 1899

General Local News. David Van Alstinehas been very poorly agai' 1 for tlu> P ast week - Billy Coombes of Easton was Jown looking after business Satur day. Jlr.and Mrs. J. C. Brownlieid omeover from Douglas county this week. 0, W.Pautzke spent several days jjßoslyn of late looking after his pirlors in that city. The streets of this city are mud- Stt than we have ever seen them ijforein eight years. William Taylor who was tried in Hkcourt this week on a charge of torse stealing, was acquitted. Jack Lillis of Wenatchee will put oot6oo apple trees of the best va rieties, on his ranch near that city. I.J. Young formerly of this city hit more recently of Seattle, was in the city a couple of days this week. [ Mrs. James Thompson is mend ing gradually and we hope soon to hear that she has completely recov- Mr. and Mrs. Shannon and Miss Pleia spent a few days this week taking in the sights on Puget Sound. B. F. Reed's new residence in Santa Anna addition is nearing completion. It is large...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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