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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

THE DAWN-SUPPLMENT. VOL. VI. NO. 48. New Mining- Company. The new mining company recent ly formed to operate in the Frosty creek district is composed of the following gentlemen: President and Treasurer, \V. H. ffilgiis; Vice President, O. \V. Pautzke; Secretary, Jas. G. Boyle ; Trustee, T. A. Williams. These gentlemen are also the board of managers. The rest of the company iiconiposed of M. Quinlan, R. C, Ackley, W. 0. Draper and W. E. McDaniel. They have just received returns from an assay that gives 14.25 per ton, while the famous Treadwell only gives $1.83. The boys report the prospects as being exceedingly bright and the assay made was from surface rock only. All interested claim to l aye a knowledge of mining and we shall expect to have good reports from their mines as they get in sutli fkently to get richer rock. Chelan County Officers. The law providing for the new county of Chelan named as county commissioners Dennis Strong of Misson,Spencer Boyd of Chelan, and G. W. Hoxsey ...

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. — 1 December 1899

FLYNN'S" NEW WAY" SHOE STORE. WE THINK WE HAVE THE BEST SHOES IN THIS CITY FOR THE MuNE! If any one of our many friends here, will tell us of bet er ones, we will be greatly obliged and procure I hem ul once. \\V buy s». save all Discounts, and if you buy them from us. we feel ibat you will be greatly pleased. AND BUY AGAIN. "That is where in' see." This is Our No. 325 plump Black viei Kid EXCELSSOR. This is a Young* Ladies' School Shoe, I wear Flynn's $3.00 Shoes, The Best Shoe Made. Lace, Goi dycai Well Soles, Outside l'> ickStny . Kid Top Faring, Good Pin • p Side Plump Dong, H< avy 5..|.., Machine h w e<l Cloth Mini X ill Top $2.25 This Is No. 51 CordivenaCalf Bars,, we Also Have a shoe for Blacksmiths, Machinists, Hay Balers, Etc. HEAVY "IONE" CALF Four Heavy Soles, Creedemore cut, that at $2.50 is the "Cheapest Shoe on Earth for Hiillpfl Calf lined. ( lond \ im r Welt sole, i llllside ll ck-sla V. I I'plllllc Sole, Sijiih re edge, The beat value in Quality mid St\ le ...

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. — 8 December 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 49. A SAD ACCIDENT. feting Indian Squaw Killed Sunday Evening. Monday morning the body of an Indian squaw, thought to he about Pyear?old, was brought into town bom down near Harsell's place, ibereshe had been killed the night previous by either the west hound freight or the east-bound passenger, tot it is generally believed it was by the pas-iKtiger. The l)'>dy was frightfully man jled, the head, legs and one arm being fevered. She had only recently came up from the reserva tion but was very well acquainted, ndpersons who claim to know sty ike was a sister of ''Indian George" ud a daughter of "Indian Julia." Bhewas on the streets Friday, Siturday and Sunday in a drunken Me and it is supposed that she nndered off down tiie track in trying te make her way home and perhaps fell and was unable to get ipandout of the way when the win came along and hence was killed. The question now comes in •#here did she get the whiskey?" The saloons or drug stores ...

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. — 8 December 1899

2 Ladies Day at the Club. Several ladies have asked us to have a day for them to come and bowl, so we have decided to have Thursday afternoon for the Ladies and their friends, so if you like fun and amusement come. Prizes will be awarded for the best score made. Thursday, Dee 1-1 will be opening day. A CARD. I will close out my entire stock of Trimmed Hats at eo*t. Come and Examine my goods before blu ing elsewhere. Come and secure bargains. Mrs. X. Stevenson. The Catholic Fair has been well attended and we are sure the church people appreciate the attendance, Mrs. J. A. Clayton who has been visiting her daughter. M rs.Pautzke, departed for San Francisco on Wednesday. She was very favora bly impressed with Kllenshtirg. —•• • ■ — Appealed, Okanogan county, through its attorney, H. N. Martin, has taken an appeal from ttie decision of Judge Heal, in the matter of the creation of Chelan county, and the end is not yet. It has been con clusively shown that not sufficient population exists...

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. — 8 December 1899

yOW ARE Your Byes? DR. KLUG, The Optloian, fILL BE IN ELLENSBURG OX DEC. 14 FOR A SHORT TIME, lad all those who have defective eyes should not fall to call on him and get a Bcien" tificexamination. The value of perfectly fitting glasses with reference to health can' got be overestimated. Stop to Think! Have your eyes bothered you. Can you see as well with one as the other. Do they smart, water, burn blur, or tire? Do they blind ia stream light? Have you granulated lids or Itching sensation-? it so, you have an Error of Refraction and should wear Glasses. For instance, any person who needs a 1 diopter or a 40-ln. glass to correct their error of refraction will lequlre an extra supply of nerve force of ah tut 11.100 diopters, thereby drawing on the nerve reserve or brain, thus depriving some other pari of the |sj»of Its full measure of nutrition: and the result is such a* to cause Headache, Hysteria. Nervous l'rostration, Epileptic Fits, b'emale Troubles, Constipation, Dull ness of Co...

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. — 8 December 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED KVIKY FRIDAY. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at the pottofflce, Elleniburz, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. One year, If paid in advance, $1.00 Office south side of Fourth etreet, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Oeddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. LAWYERS make the law and law makes the lawyers. ALL money is created by law, and 18 therefore fiat money. There is plenty of prosperity for the fellows who don't need it. ALL banks should be requited to give security or receive no deposits. It is the kid glove gentry who loan money who so much desire to control its volume. A gun is a very poor weapon in the hands of one who don't know how to load and fire it. So is the ballot. LET the work of organizing Di rect Legislation clubs go merrily on. It is the only hope of the American people. THERE could lie no trusts, except for special privilege- conferred by law. What the law has given, the law...

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. — 8 December 1899

General Local News. grand Mrs. E. Wager visited in lltle last week. He pound was frozen pretty lid Saturday morning: I E. Ellison went to the county londay to look after work. Carrie Morgan of North Yakima Blered the normal last week. C.E. Hayeof Seattle was in the jjjover Sunday visiting friends. Miw Emma Page and Mrs. Cur jirof Olympia, are in the city this nek Mr«. G. W. Hornbeck and son Diridhave been visiting in Port id of late. Kn. T. J. Newland and children lie taken rooms in the Elmira for lie winter. Hits Mac Romaine, a norma itadent, leftjfor her home in Dayton Wednesday. J, J. Charlton visited with his ather on the Columbia for a few days recently. Mrs. Harry Elwood is visiting rith her sister, Mrs. Robert Broth en it Lester. Robert Engle of Meaghersville iv in the city Monday looking after business. L. T. Castor has purchased the Sboody ranch out near the Sim McCaustland's place. Christopher Krapohl has been employed to teach a three months' torn of school near Mission. ...

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. — 8 December 1899

A Card to the Public. Ab I desire to deal juftly with all men ami to lie fully understood by my customers in regard to the flour trade, I deem it proper and right to make it true statement of the case. Some time in < >ctober 1 saw lit to reduce the price of flour from 90 cents to 85 cents per sack. When this became known to the other dealers. Mr. Tjossen came into my store and called me to account for it. We discussed the matter in all its phases, and he admitted that he -old his flour to outside dealers so they can retad it for 80 cents per stack. He said the price of his Hour must he uniform in all the' stores of this town, either 85 cents, or 90 cents, and it must ne se tied ♦hat night. In about 10 'lays he e.iine in again and uave me to understand that unless I would nell his tl iur the same as other dealers, ne would not allow me to handle it at all. J took my medicine, bowed to his mandate ami up went ''Our Be«l ' to '.'0 cents per sack. In view oi the.-c facts 1 cast üb...

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. — 8 December 1899

ELLENSBURG. pfllUnd in Ellensburg the following: mi grocery stores. w dry goods stores. jewelry stores. w clothing stores. Hn hardware stores. Unharness shops, mi tailor shops. M millinery stores. He shoe stores, noforniture store?. * book stores, Inipholster shops. ißecnnfectioiiery stores, lee hotels, tamwrants. pledging houses. [«lih markets, (toßelt markets. Mi bakeries. He drag stores. Imr barber shops. Imelgarand fruit stands, rnereanieries. jrce Wfekly newspapers. (•> monthly magazines. Rrtalooni. tKMdertaklng parlor. Unlivery, feed and «ale stable". Hiblaclumilh ah ps. tndemal parlors. In lumber yards. lien* mill. > In louring mill. b mill iters. Ike physicians Dereu attorneys mm real estate agents'. In plumbing shops. Am nay and grain dealers. In coil depots. detank. Oh art studio. ta transfer*. In breweries. Oieuda pop factory. Am public halls. On opera house. Onttectric light plant. OMroMdhouse and machine shop. Ox iron foundry. towchnrches.with memberships as follo...

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. — 8 December 1899

8 Wilson's = General = Store, Every day and. the while we want you trade] We don't expect to it by well written advertisements or smooth talk behind the counter. Ail 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 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 belore, there has been no less pains taken in i:s selection. We invite your inspection ol 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 A Thousane Tongom Could not express the rapture ol Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Philadelphia. Pa., when she found that Dr. King's...

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. — 15 December 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. & VI. NO. 50. ■the times soast. [Seattle Times Admisisters A Stinging Rebuke, jnot often that we turn aside iiar daily avocaiion and, spend truth upon small things—but jn the last six weeks there has nipirit developed among some our democratic brethren that ditttention, and we propose to uod thereto today, ne would think from the cotn jjtjput up by guch pw>P'«' I,fi iThe Yakima Democrat and the rille Review, that there ready iin occasion for a grievance Kg the uieii who compose the ion party of Washington, con linjof democrats, populists and «r republicans —and we honor 1 democrats by placing them I,when as a matter of fact they iHcontrol a third of the fusion iv cast in 1896. bspite of the fact the demo lie party today in the state of ibington is enjoying at least oO cent of the truit of the victory Ike fusion forces in 1896, al mjhthey did not cast one-third tie vote polled in that election wertheleßs there seems to have md into the hearts of a few Here...

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. — 15 December 1899

2 Public School Report. Following is the attendance and punctuality report of the Ellens burg public schools for the three month, ending Dec. 1, 1899: Total number of pupils enrolled, 604; total days attendance, 28,913; Total days absence, 852J ; average mimber belonging, 513.2; average daily attendance, 498.5; per cent attendance, 97.13; cases of tardi ness; number of visitors. 120. The following named pupils were not absent or tartly during the term : Room 1 — Leslie Dcs Voigne, Les lie Baker, Dexter Armstrong, Ernest Norling, Willie Stenger, Edwin Grunden, Stanley Farrell, Selma Groger, Edna Stewart, Nellie Mc- Donald. Room 2 —Harold Kreidel, Harry Larsen, Adolf Raskin, Charles Rhodes, Carl Rusch, Ella Hayes, Freda Wallace, Guy Cooke, Oscar Michalson, Ernest Pautzke, Frank Schuller, Henry Schuller, Ernest Schorman, Casper Groger, Anna Ippish, Florence Troup,Katie Wag ner, Mac Zetsche, Eugenia Uebel acker. Room 3 —Chester Cooke,Cortland I'owrs, Elma Stiver, Jessie Asuin wall, Lott...

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. — 15 December 1899

mw ARE OR. KLUG, fhe If lo <>i>ttolan, WILL BE IN ELLEXSIU'RU ON DEC. 1 l| KOKJ A SHOUT TIME, . ..n those who have defective eyes should not tail In cull on him mid gel a sclen jkMiniliiatlon. Tlie value of perfectly titling glasses with reference to health can jlitnrestlniated. St»l» to Think! Have your eye* bothered yon? Can »0U see as well with one as tin' other. Do they -mart, water, burn blur, or tire.! Do they blind in -non.' tight? Have yon granulated lid- or Itching sensations? K«i you have an Error of Kef ruction and ahould wear Manned. For instance, auv person who needs a 1 diopter or a 40-ln. iflasn to correct their «mrof refraction will lequlre an extra supply of nerve force of about 14.400 diopters. SttbtdrawlnK on the nerve reserve or brain, thus depriving some other part of the EufiMull measure of nutrition: and the result is such as to cause Headache. Jntfrii.Nervous Prostration. Epileptic Kits. Female Troubles, Constipation, Dull aiof Comprehension, etc. To...

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. — 15 December 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED KVBHV KBWAY. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at the poßtoffloe, Ellensburu, Kittitas county, Washington, an entitled to second-class postal rates. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. One year, If paid In advance, $1.00 Office south Hide of Fourth street, between I'earl and Main streets, rear of Oeddis block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Dokk it do ail} good to ask the city authorities to investigate the way and manner in which Indians come in possession of liquor? There is al.vays a remedy at hand for the voter who swallows the campaign butter, but only a surgical operation will do in the case where he swallows all the cam paign lies. More New Bricks. vVe are informed that as soon as the weather will permit in the spring that Frank Me.Candless and other parties, will begin the erec tion of a large two-story brick on the corner of pearl and Fifth streets, opposite the postoffice Also that a new briek —50-foot front —is to go on the property adjoining the stone bank on the so...

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. — 15 December 1899

rMditioml Local News. Privett wants to see you. Holiday bargains at Privett's. The poor can buy goods at Priv uft. I have prices to suit your parse. Fnll line of amateur photo sup plies at Pautzke's art studio. John E. Veach, the big hearted md jolly merchant of Thorp, was down on business this week. All kinds of Toys and Fancy floods at Morgan's Book Store. Thos. Maxey reopened the New Gem on Saturday much to the pitification of his many boarders. Holliday bargains at Privett's Jewelry Music and Notion Store. Elder J. A. Woodward was in the eitj Wednesday and informed us that his aged wife is laying at the point of death and that the end must be near. We are sorry to chronicle this sad news and hope that she may yet recover and enjoy lie blessings of God for many years todofne. A man of quiet habits wants plain board where there are no other harden. Apply at office. The Northern Pacifc's net earn iapfor October were 12,000,000. thefarmers at the last legislature nkel that the burde...

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. — 15 December 1899

6 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE- FAIRVIKW ITEMS. Well we have that ever present topic "the weather" with us yet and what shall we call it, delightful or disagreeable, for about half the lime it is very delightful and the other half very disagreeable and the changes comes two or three times a day. It has been a hog killing time in the corner this week as the weather has turned a tritie cooler. The health of the neighborhood is generally good. Mrs. Fulton and Mrs. C. P. Cooke is having a tussle with grip. Mr- Walker has arrived from California, bringing her invalid daughter with her. We have had s me recent addi tions t" "iir society, a Mrs. Fuller, son and daughter fr >m Illinois. Harrison Houser has bought the H. E. Taylor place. Our school is prospering nicely with H. F. Blair at the head. Died. Friday, December 8, at hi? resi dence in West Ellensburg, William McAllister, at the advanced age of 7S years. The funeral toon place from the residence on Sunday at 11 a. m. and was conducted ...

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. — 15 December 1899

ELLENSBURG. (njtndinEllenaburg the following: peerjß»re«. jrjfoods stores. ,|tmß7 stores, telotiuiuj >lores. jbirdwire stores. I harness shops. mm shops. i sjalOlneiT stores. ,mitnre store*. P stores, upholster shops. ie»if«ctionery stores. Eh IsMnots. Msjinc houses. lH markets, mi markets. ■lakerles. > B stores. Itsrber shops. dprsDd fruit stands. amierie«. »w.ekly newspapers. ißonthly magazine.-. MM. ■inUking parlor, iliiert. teed and sale stable". IMrauh ships, itail parlors, limber yards, ai mill, tote mill, ■•'iters. ■Mui. Hkraeyi. Mlestate agent*. <pbimbing shops, liiyind grain dealers. ■■I depots, tut. IpMio. Wen. iheteries. ■da pop factory. ■pabl { c halls, ■at hnuse. itelric light plant. Mdaouseand machine shop, kwfonndrr. ithurches.with memberships fellows: ta,HO, Baptists so; Presbyterian, 116: Wfonal, (unknown): ; hpiscopa], fctlS'i; Catholic, families, Hcichool building costing 150,0 COO. «enormal building costing $125,000.00. iitreets. "lenintall per year U 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. — 15 December 1899

8 W T il m o ri * a = General = {Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Every d«ay and. all the while we wantyou trade, We don't expect to get it by well written advertisements or smooth talk behind the 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 winning new customers every day. As the store becomes Urges and better, our facilities for doing bettor 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 A Thousane Tongues. Could not express the rapture ol 1 Annie E. Springer, of 1125 ...

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. — 22 December 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 51. IpijTlcS VS POCETBOOK. flat the Trust has Done for Newspapers. To«Jl country publishers: lie paper trust has raised on us 1 price of paper from $2.65 up to [25-an increase of 60 per cent — vi are going to raise it higher, ilin our power to break this dtdownand we will do it if we [not poor cowards. Let everyone liteand demand that our govern jnt manufacture paper for sale at Ktof material and good wages, ((everyone unite and demand of congress a bill to that effect. The (jo.'eminent is doing its m printing and makes much of lb paper. All it need do is extend ibe business. And a very light (huge will give a big revenue, too, ilthisvery time when it is needed. Come now, all hands, Heave, O ! Heivetogether. Let all printers in oil great republic call mi their rorment to break down this mo upok of the chief means of ex (ending knowledge; a monopoly Hit favors a few of us by rebates ud oppresses remainders of us. -Stiem Sentinel. It is surprising how...

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. — 22 December 1899

Additional Local News. Winter is gradually coming on. Otto E. Stevenson is here to spend t'histmas. Miss Exie Rich has been quite ill for the past week. Judge Boyle had another case in his court this week. Mose EmittersDti was down from CleElum this week. Any "lie wishing any ducks inquire of Phil Short. you can get what you order at the New Gem restaurant. Go to the New Gem Restaurant for a good Christmas dinner. W. E. McDaniel left for Buckley and Sound points yesterday. K. J. Anderson,our genial county surveyor spent Friday in Roslyn. G. B. Henton and son Samuel left here for Skagway Wednesday. The window decorations of our business houses present a lovely spectacle. Geo Cooke shippe 1 two car leads of tine beef cattle to Tacoma Tues day night. Rev. Milligan leave* on Monday for Portland to spend a week with his family. Read uiir offer of The Dawn one year and the Farm Journal live years all for $ 1. Born: Sunday, Dec. 17. 1899, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Poland, "f South Kittitas,...

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