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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 4 January 1901

1840. April 2S— Hostilities between Mexico and United States be- gan hy capture of small force of V. 3. troops by Mexi cans. May 11 — President I' o1 k announced that state of war existed between Pnlted States and Mexico. June 15—T re at y slimed with Great Britain settling the the Oregon bound ary dispute. June 26—Corn lawa of England re pealed by parlia ment. This was practically the be- ginning of Eng lish free trade as It exists to-day. Sept. —Ellas Howe patented first succeaa lul sewing machine. Pec. 28— lowa admitted to the union. lMf. Feb. 22-23— Battle of Buena Vista fought: 2U.000 Mexicans defeated by 5,000 Amerl- cans. Sept. 13—Ctty of Mexico occupied by American troops. Nov. — Chloroform first used as an anaes thetic by Sir James Young Simpson, of Edinburgh. IMS. lan. 19—Gold discovered near Coloma, Cat. by James Wilson Marshall. I Feb. 3—Treaty of peace between United States and Mexico signed a t Guadalupe Hidalgo. United States paid Mexico tlo.oau.oo) for New Mexico ami...

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. — 4 January 1901

'Business Lcoals. Sweet pickles at Boss Bakery. Wall Paper at 10 cents a roll at Morgan's Book Store. jan4 100 cords of green pine wood, 16 inches long, wanted for cash, by Tom Maxey. j4 Married. —In this cit.v Dec Slatl J. H. VanGesen to Dollie Geddis, Rev. Hanks officiating. $25 reward for recovery a saddle stolen from S. M. Prater's stable on j Dec. 25, and convicton of thief. 4-11 C. B. PRATER, i J. S. Taylor of Eugene, Oregon, came up during the holidays to visit his brother, Win. Taylor, and while here made us a pleasant call. As we live to eat and eat to live, let us use the best food obtainable' Koepke <v. Shoudy sell the choicest the market affords at reasonable prices. tf A little child of Mr. Laswell's, I living on Reeser creek, was badly burned by playing with fire this week. At l ist reports it was still alive. Estray. —At my residence 5 miles east of town; a red and white spot ted yearling heifer, branded blotch on left side and right hip. I'rove property, pay cost ...

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. — 11 January 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VIII. NO. 2. LESSONS TO REMEMBER Familiarity With the Bible at the Present Day. A very instuctive and interesting paper under the above heading was read at the State Teachers Associa tion in this city, by Miss L. E. Appleton of Cheney. To get an idea of the knowledge of students in our state schools, this lady prepared a set of ten questions upon the Bible and sent them to five state schools, viz:- the three Normal Schools, the Agricul tural college and the State Univer sity. From three of these schools she received 317 papers- The questions were given to all at once and answers were written on the spot. Out of 4438 answers which might have been given, 1301 or something more than one third were correct. Twenty seven pupils failed to give one correct answer. Thirty answered only one question, and fourteen answered only two. Only three persons out of 317 answered every question correctly and eight answered all but two. The first question was, "What is the Pen...

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. — 11 January 1901

'Business Lcoals. Sweet pickles at Boss Bakery. Wall Paper at 10 cents a roll at Morgan's Hook Store. jan4 H. Walters visited in Yakima Saturday. Ralph Kauffman make Yakima a professional visit Friday. Stella Fulton spent her vacation with her aunt in Yakima, Mrs. A. Purdin. Died. —In this city, on Thursday morning, Jan. 10th, Mrs. L. C. Preston. Born.- Thursday, Jan. 10th. to Mr. and Mrs. SU'|>huii Woodhouse, a daughter. Win. McMillan, manager of Kaw - cett Bros.' store in this city, spent a few days in Yakima recently. Mrs. Henry Toner went down t<> Prosier recently to attend the wed ding of her nephew, 0. S. Brown. Misses Jennie and Ethel Young returned to their places in the nor mal school after spending the holi day vacation with their parents in Yakima. Have TflK Dawn sent to your friend in the east for a year. It will make him or her a nice pres ent and possibly be the means of inducing much immigration to our valley. John G. Boyle, at one time con nected with Tacoma...

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. — 11 January 1901

He Killed It. Rol.t. Scott, who lives beyond •4fce railroad track in West Ellens burg had his slumbers disturbed ore night recently by squalls from bis poultry house. He got up, grsbbedihis gun and made a dart for the hennery and fired the fatal ehot. He called his wife to bring s lamp that he might be able to see whose pelt he had filled with shot, for at the crack of his gun, he heard his foe fall with a thud that made him quake in his boots. On the arrival of his wife with a lamp, they were much surprised to find that Mr. Scott had killed his only •calf, which had left its abode and perhaps gone into the hennery in search of better and more comfort able quarters. No doubt Mr. Scott regrets killing his calf, but we gueßs he prefers now that it was his calf instead of some man or boy. Brave Men Fall. Victims to stomach, liver and kid ney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, backache, nerv ousness, headache and tired, listles...

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. — 11 January 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. POBLUHEO 1 VKKY FRIDAY. tr'ereil Nov. stb, 15. i, ut tbe iioslollice, HilleDsburg, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. Wne year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Office south Hide of Fourth street, between fcl'earl and Main htreets, rear of UeddU block. ROBERT A. TURNER' EDITOR. REORGANIZATION. Word comes down the line from democratic headquarters that the party is to lie reorganized now to conform to the ideas of Grover Cleveland, David B. Hill, Dan La riiont. & (,'". Anion;' other things tie 'c left out of the plans and ideas of the new organization is the free lilvei (Uestion and any and every thing that savors in the least of popu -m. From the way things look to us we have the situation sized up like this: The leaders of the democratic party prefer Grover Cleveland's support and co-opera to that of 3,000,000 populists. Just the moment it reorganiza tion ol" this kind takes place, you will t-t-e the rank and tile of the democra...

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. — 11 January 1901

General Local News. Ed Brown spent Sunday in Yak ima. Wm. Taylor is considerably in disposed. Mrs. W. J. Boyd has been quite ill of late. The grippe has griped most of people of late. B, P. Brain of Liberty was in the city this week. Try the American restaurant for a square meal. The new county officers take their positions Monday. Sleighing for this season of the year is rather poor. Mr.-. T. J. Randall has been quite sick for several days past. Send a copy of our Souvenir editio i to your friend in the east. A barrel of fresh saner kraut just received at the Boss Bakery. tf The ice harvest will shortly open up if such weather as this contin ues Miss Jessie Sloan is visiting rel atives and friends in Seattle this week. The Mission Socialist is the name of a new socialist paper just started in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Russ Evens is still very low and no hopes are entertained for her recovery. Chas Bull returned to Pull-can Sunday after spending a two weeks vacation at home. The Kittitas ...

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. — 11 January 1901

Summons. In Ibe Superior court of Kittitas county £»»»» r,' WnMiinK'ni Hampton, Plaintiff, VS. Pauline Hampton, Itefendant, The State of Washington, to the said i'auline Hampton: Yoo are hereby summoned to appear wi'l.in sixty day a after the date of the firrt publication of this aummona, towit, i Within sixty day after the 15th day of November, A. I)., 1900, and defenit the I above entitled action in the above enti tled court, ond answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a eopv of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their office below stateil ; ni,.l in caee of your failure so to do, jodgment will in; rendered against you to the demand of the com plaint, whirl, lias been tiled with tiie lei k of fiaiil court, The object of tl c shove entitled action ih to obtain a decree ot divorce bY the ■hove named plainiifT, from the said de. fendanl upon the ground ol abandonment. MIRKS iV H \KNKK, Attorneys for plaintiff. !'. o Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Stat...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 January 1901

Ladies' $3.00 Are the best Values ever oiTered the people of this valley. Every PAIR GUARANTEED. The American . \ Restaurant I OPEN DAY AND .VICUT. \ The Only White Restaurant In The Citij 'Main Str. ; H ANN ON & MORROW. Among the Churches. Presbyterian Church,Cor.sth and Sprague streets —Rev. J. V. Milli gan, pastor. Public worship, 11a. m. and 7:30 p. ixi.;C. E. Society 6:30 p. m.; Sunday School 10 a. m. M. E. Church —Services every Sunday as follows: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.j Sunday School at 10 a. in.; Kpworth League at 6:30 p. m.; Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m.; Ladies Aid Society Wednesday at 2p. m. All are cor dially invited to attend. Central Christian, Masonic Tem ple on Sixth street —Rev. W. M. Kenney, pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Social service every Thursday at 8 p. m. Newest Styles Anyone (landing n Hkotrh nnd description may riutckly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is prohnbly pa...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 January 1901

More Pleasant Words. The Ellensburg Dawn issued a very attractive and beautifully illustrated pamphlet during t';.e holidays.—Yakima Democ rat. The Ellensburg Dawn issued a very attractive and creditabio souvenir pamphlet on the first <,f the yea.- It is descriptive and his torical ut.d well illustrated through out. Editor Turner has exhibited a stroke ol enterprise that is some what unusualiu that section <<f the country* —Yakima 11.-raid. The first souvenir edition of the Ellensburg Dawn is accompanied by ttti historical and descriptive pamphlet of Ellensburg and Kitti tas count}*. In addition to setting forth the many advantages offered by the Kittitas valley as an eligible location for homes, it is well patron ised by tbe business men of the city. The Dawn has done a good work. Seattle Daily Times. The- Ellensburg Dawn issued a beautiful souvenir edition in book form last week, giving an excellent write-up of the resources of Kittitas valley. It is a credit to the pub l...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VIII. NO. 3. THE RAILROAD WRECK. A Serious Accident on the N. P. Near Selah. The west-bound passenger was wrecked half a mile from Selah, Sunday morning at 7:30. The train was proceeding cautiously and was on the slough bridge, about 100 teet long, when the engineer, Robert Baird, felt it sinking and threw the throttle wide open. The engine went over, but the tender went down twenty five or thirty feet. All the coaches, with the ex ception of the last sleeper, were derailed and ihe bodies detached from Ihe truck.-, the dining car be ing broken in two pieces. Aside from a few scratches and bruises no damages were sustained by the many passengers aboard. Fortunately, the wreck oc curred on a Hat piece of country and a straight line of track. The cause of the trouble was high water from melted snow and the heavy rain fall of Saturday washing away the supports of the bridge, which is several feet above the bed of the stream. The bridge gave way un der the rear ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

TO ESTABLISH AIRSHIP LINE. Company in Trim Prep-area to Laonch Its First Aerial Vnm i*'iiK< r ( rafl, The first airship to be built by the Cits turd Airship company at its fac tors nt Rlmott, 'i>x., will be com pleter) In n few dins- and launched on its initial trip. This company was or. gnnized act ml months ago with a CH| ittil stock of IHXI.OOU, It is com* I" of W. D. Cuxtnrd, the inventor, nnd a number <>f prominent business men. who closely investigated the world I (J mode] of the new aerial ve hicle nnd pronounced it practicable. The company endeavored to manu facture machines in time to establish a line of them to ply between New York am! Paris during the progress of the exposition nt the French cap ital, but their construction wns de layed, nnd it will l>c several months before regular lines of airships will be established between the principal cities of this country, should the one which is to lie launched next week prove tlio success that is claimed for it. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

Additional Local cNsws. Pat Hurley of Liberty, was «ent U> Yakima and placed in the hos pital this week. George Maynard of Thorp, died very sudden last Tuesday. He was intending to return to Indiana in a few weeks, wailing only for a change in the weather. The N. P. surveyors who are at work on the Ellensburg-Lind cut off survey moved camp yesterday nnd are now within 12 miles of this city. It is firmly believed by those who understand the plans, that grading work will begin just as soon as the weather wiil permit. The Ellensburg Dawn printed a most handsome souvenir edition at the close of 1900. It came in the way of a pamphlet, hondsomely printed and nicely illustrated, and cannot fail to bring returns that will amply justify the Dawn idea. —Loomis Register. C, V. Warner leaves for Tacoma tomorrow where he goes to look after the county's interest in the -damage suit of Farson, Leach & -Co., which is brought by their at torney Frank M. Van Horn of New York, in sum of $6,600....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. pttni.iaHKD rvsav raiDAT. Xi ••• N>.». aii ,11, it tut- piwioffiee, h.iicu-bura, hituiu- county, Washington, a- entitled to Hecond-clasM postal rates. One year, if paid in advance $I.ofl Office -until sideof Fourth street, between ['earl and Main streets, rear of Qeddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER' EDITOR. SAME OLD BOSS. "It may have been the principles and too much populism that had something to do with the defeat of the democratic party ia the last two campaigns, but we are inclined to think it was too much Cleve landism that brought it about." — Seattle Review. That's about right. Too much of tl"i old democratic political shysr r was exhibited. The greed for otlice was its dominant issue. It did not care a cent for reform, It was out and wanted in. Thk Miner charges us with short memory and tlien goes on to say that wo haveit in for Roily n. This j is no' true itnd every reader of The Dawn will hear us out when we say that v. c have at all times had noth ing 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. — 18 January 1901

General Local News. Erin Antwine, an Indian, died n Tuesday near Thorp. Sweet pickles at Boss Bakery. Ethel and W. H. Pearson were isiting in Yakima over Sunday. Fred Butcher spent Sunday in akima. The board of county commis ioners adjourned on Wednesday. Frank J. Page of thorp, was a feasant caller at The Dawn office m Tuesday. A barrel of fresh saver kraut just tceived at the Boss Bakery. tf The Dawn and the Commoner, Vm. 3. Bryan's new paper, both ne year for $1.80. Morgan's Book Store will con nue to sell Wall Paper at cost up t March Ist. jan4 W. H. Rader was in the city Wednesday on business and made lis office a social call. Try the American restaurant for square meal. A. L. Slemmons had a contest tee before the U. S. land office in akima on Wednesday. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. . L. Stewart, who live on Perry lleman's place died On Tuesday. Sheriff Brown spent a day in rakima looking after the lads that soaped from the jail on Tuesday. Do you want Bryan's paper, the loni...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

Summons. In ihe Suppiior court of Kittitas county Slill V Nil.; 1 1, uige I lampion, Plaintiff, vs. Pauline Hampton, Defendant, The State of Washington, to tbe said Pauline Hampton: You are hereby summoned to appeal within sixty day* after the date of Hie Qrnt publication ol thin summons, towit, within sixty day* after the 15th day of November, A. it., 1900, and defend the above entitled action in the above enti tled court, and answer the complaint of the p ilntlff, and servo a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys lor plaintiff, at their office below stated ; and in eaee of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the com plaint, which has been tiled with the lerk ol said court. The object of tie above entitled action is to obtain a decree of divorce by the above named plaintiff, from the said de fend; ut upon the ground ot abandonment. Mibbs oi Warmer, Attorneys for plaintiff. P, 0 Kllensburg, Kittitas county, state Wash ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

Are the best Values ever offered the people of this valley. Every PAIR GUARANTEED. The American Restaurant OIK.X I). 11 • AND NIC, 11 T. The Only 11 'kite Restaurant fn The City- Main Str. HANNON A; MORROW. S Among the Churches. PresbyterianChurch,Cor.oth and Sprague streets —Rev. J. V. Milli gan, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;C. E. Society 6:30 p. m.; Sunday School 10 a. ni. M. E. Church —Services every Sunday as follows: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. in.; Sunday School at 10 a. m.; Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.; Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. in.; Ladies Aid Society Wednesday at 2p. m. All are cor dially invited to attend. Central Christian, Masonic Tem ple on Sixth street —Rev. W. M. Kenney, pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Social service every Thursday at 8 p. m. Ladies' $3.00 111?il sslitirju;* Wash. Newest Styles | A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT. | Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, I la., writing of his almost mirac...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 January 1901

Summons for Publication in Foreclosure of Tax Lien. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Kittitas County. Emihne Cox, Plaintiff, vs.. Maude Fit ley, Defendant. The Slate of Washington to the said defendant You an- hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the ilate 01 the first publication ol iliis summons, towit, within sixty day a after the 19th day ol I January, A. P.. 1901, ami defend the ! above entitled action in the ahave enti-1 tied court, and answei the complaint of the plaint ill, and Berve a copy of your answer upon tlie undersigned plaintiir at the place below stated ; and in caw of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which lias been tiled with the clerk of the court. This action is brought upon Certificate of Delinquency numbered 1277. assigned on tbe 01 ti day if October, A, D., 1900, to the County of Kittitas, State of Wash- , ington, and now owned and neld by plaintiir herein,...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 January 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VIII. NO. 4- HIS SECOND MESSAGE A SPLENDID DOCUMENT. The Fusion Administration Proves a Great Blessing. Governor John R. Roger has de livered liis second inaugral address and his message to the legislature. The message shows that he has carefully studied the situation on ' all points of interest to the state, and it is overflowing with good sound sense and business judg , ment, and all this goes to prove that the people made 110 mistake when they re-elected him last fall. The state's affairs are carefully shown by the governor and the statement showing the saving of the public funds for three and one half years under a fusion adminis tration is worthy of the considera tion and endorsement of every taxpayer of the state. The message shows that the total outstanding indebtedness has been reduced from $2,176,347 54 in 1897, t051,392,659.600n January 1,1901, a reduction of $793,687.98. The various institutions also show a marked decrease in the cost of maintena...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 January 1901

Additional Local zKe^vs. The k«r berveet opened th ■ w . Prof. Mi Calley is in Olytopia today. Frank H. C'erf (-pent a few days in Yakima of 'ate. Rev. Hank- returned from Gold* ercda't- on Tuesdsjr. D. B ff"'Uh«frn hi.i sold bii firm to W. H. Sherwood. Mrs. Charles Bigney of Liberty) died on Wednesday. J. N. Girard and family moved to Spokane Tuesday. Mrs. D. B. Southern is reported as being seriously ill. Jt is hardly likely that we shall get much snow this winter. Louis Ellison and family visited over Sunday near 'ieanaway. Fine Eastern Blue-back salted Mackerel at the Boss Bakery. Mrs. Joseph Keis ha* been ser iously ill of late with LaGrippe. Personal property taxes for the year IWj are due February Ist. M. Gerberg came down from Ros lyn Wednesday to see the people. Ralph KaufTman mad* some of the .Sound cities a visit thib week. J. A. Bradbury of CleEium spent Tuesday with his family in this city. A. Stevenson, the gun and lock smith of Roslyn, was in town yes terday. Robert H...

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