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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 June 1901

CAUGHT ON Till; FLY A LL THE CURRENT NEWS As Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff. July 4th is the next attraction. A ladr's bicycle for sale. Miss Ruby Kreidel. Ellensburg ball team got there w ith both feet. J. M. Newman was down from Thorp this week. Joe Agnew started on his trip to Alaska this week. Mrs. Seaton made a visit over to Seattle this week. E. N. Kyer went up to Easton recently to tend bar. Respond as liberally as you can to the celebration fund. Dr. McCauley returned from his trip lo Boston last week. 0. B. Loomis, tbe Ledger circula tor, was in town this week. The ball game was quite an at itraction Monday afternoon. Carl Enenkel, of Liberty, was in tt'be city the rirbt of the week. The Chicago Store received a large stock of goods Saturday. 3. T. Wix is hauling hay for the Kleinberg Brothers this week. \V. J. Robbing and wife spent a good part of tins week in Spokane Thorp was pretty well represent ed at the ball game Monday after noon. The ranchers are gettin...

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. — 7 June 1901

Memorial Day Oration. [Continued from Pint r*gf, our country*" history- It is the duty of our government to see to it that none of its defend ers want for the necessaries or com mits oflifo in their declining years. Every old soldier should have a pen sion sufficient ior his living, for this country owes to each ami all of its defenders a hundred livings. The red tape connected with the pen sioning of our old soldies fatigues disgust. The only question to be determined, should be, did the ap plicant fight lor the union in the war of the rebellion. I have heard it said the government paid them for their services. I want to say to my young friends who have as sembled here that story is untrue. The oi l soldier received just $13j per month and that in money that for a greater part of the time was discounted 60 cent* on the (lobar. Will any man have the efl'rontry to assort, that to be sufficient compen sation lor. the great services they ren dered this country, in maintaining its integ...

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. — 14 June 1901

Blac tx* rtor*cfHrx«n-y! j -V-00—v I Advll Ueniwnis planted in Thk ! |)a\vn always brings good returns. 1 VOL. VIII. NO. 24. Ti CLINK of the dollar saved, sounds in every sent ence. The time to buy is when the other fellow wants to sell; that is just the frame of mind I am in. My stock is com plete in every de partment. Prices: of course the lowest. Duplicate if you can my line of $11 Fl HATS in Quality, Style And Price. C. L. Collins. Cbe ellensburg Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 19° Our Motto: "A (loeernment of, by and for the People." A VICTORIA LETTER- The Correspondent Sees Many Interesting Things. It has been some time since 1 have taken occasion to add my bit of news contribution to your valu able paper. Have been very busy enjoying the scenes which my trip has brought about. Among the places visited, Victoria offered quite a pleasant diversity. We took the Rosalie, a very nicely equipped little steamer run ning from Seattle. Were on the water...

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. — 14 June 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PVBLIBHRD KVKItY FKIPAY. Entered Nov. 6th, 1894, at the postoffloe, BllenaburK, Kiltitas county, Washington, us entitled to second-class postal rules. One year, if paid In advance, $1.00 Ollico south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qeddli block. ROBERT A.TURNER 1 EDITOR. There were S7o failures during the month of May, aggregating $1, 990,423. McKim.kv has declined to make the race for the third term, but the lion killer—Teddy—is willing. Thk Sunnyside Sun came to our desk this week for the first time. It is a dandy little sheet and we glad ly add it to our exchange list. Thk King County Courier has been moved from Kent to Entim claw and changed from a democrat ic to a strictly independent paper. Thk extra session of the legisla ture convened on Tuesday at noon to pass upon, confirm or amend the law relating to capital punish ment. A STATE convention of the Social Democratic party is called to meet in Seattle June 30, at 10 a. m., ...

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. — 14 June 1901

(CAUGHT ON TUB FLY ALL THE CURRENT NEWS As Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff, HaY harvest will soon begin. An excellent rain on Tuesday morning. B. H. Larsen was down from Liberty Saturday. Morgan's new Wall Paper is the prettiest in town. J. C. Hubbell is spending a few days on the Sound. Some of the farmers are com plaining of wire worms. A. F. York of Liberty, spent a few days in town this week. Howard C. Masterson, of Cle- Elum was in town this week. C. H. King was a pleasant caller at The Dawn office Saturday. B. H. Larsen is now in the em ploy of Geo. Hinton at Liberty. B. E. Craig of Sentinel Point, was in town Saturday for table supples. It seems that spring is lingering a long time in the lap of summer. The school boy is turned loose and is now happy in his pursuit of fishing. If you love your wife, take her to the Grand Pacific for a Sunday dinner. Mrs. Hall is.it Mabton this week visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. & Bilger. Mr and Mrs. F. M. Standley o! Wils...

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. — 14 June 1901

CAMPBELL BROS. GREAT Consolidated Railroad Shows Will Exhibit at Ellensburg On Mondad, June Two Performance, Afternoon and Night Two Rings, Elevated Stage Museum, Equestrian and Menagerie. Parade at 10 O'clock, A. M. ON JUNE 24 th Campbell liro.'s Steam Caliope plays ahead of the big parade that takes place at 10:(>!> a. m , followed by three big brass bands, a drum corps anil a half a mile of elegantly designed wag ons and cages of wild animals rarely exhibited, champion bareback rid ers, Japanese family, acrobats, contortionists, trapeze performers, high leaDers. bicycle riders, aud twelve funny cl >wns of every nationality take part in the parade, making it particularly interesting for every body. Larger, greater and grandtr than ever before with an entirely new show, new elegantly finished costumes and wardrobe throughout 'i he parade will he a swell ailair FREE to ihe vast crowd of people that throng the streets. An Interesting Bight never before witnessed in El lensbu...

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. — 21 June 1901

]g-jtti*aorclinary! •VOO-v Adverti-*ein"nls planted in THE Dawn always brings good returns. VOL. VIII. NO. 25. THE CLINK of the dollar saved, pounds in every sent ence. The time to buy is when the other fellow wants to sell? that is just the frame of mind I am in. My stock is com plete in every de partment. Prices: of course the lowest. Duplicate if you can my line of $1.00 FI ITS in Quality, Style And Price. C. L. Collins. Cbe ellensburg Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 1901. Our Motto: ". / Government of, by and for the People." THE TOOTHSOME SHAD. flow to I'llink 'I'll In Delicious llsli. Propee Way to Serve. There is no belter method of ( king a delicate fish, such as shad or Spanish mackerel, than thai method known as planking. The plank Itself is a matter of great Importance, nol tlinl ii need be of one special siiri of wood, for the choice lies between cedar, oak, ash and hickory, some authorities recommend ing one, some another. The general con...

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. — 21 June 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED KVKKY Fill DA Y. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at the postofflce, Kllensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Ofllce south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER" EDITOR. The two day's extra session of the legislature cost the people di rectly $0,430. The governor's veto on import ant bills was not sustained and the Hamilton act, relative to taxation of ocean vessles, and tbe Gunder son text book measure will become laws, and a general saving statute is enacted to cover future cases. Thk Roslyn Miner went into hysterics last week about the citi zens of Ellensburg allowing, or rather pushing the work of getting up a celebration onto the band boys. This is not true by any means. Our band boys are a set of wide awake young men and never think of waiting for older beads to furn ish them entertainments, but go to work and get up their ...

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. — 21 June 1901

CAUGHT ON THE FLY ALL THE CURRENT NEWS As Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff. Alfalfa is starting in at $6 per ton. Mrs. H. D. Doty spent Saturday in Thorp. Dr. I. N. Power has concluded to locate iv CleEluui. Vegetation of all kinds is making a luxuriant growth. Timothy, new crop, is worth $10 on per ton on the car. Arthur Hobson has been on tbe sick list since Sunday. Lester Wisbard is holding cases in the Localizer office now. H. L. Calloway, deputy sheriff at CleElum was down Wednesday. Dan dime .and wife of Thorp, were in town Tuesday shopping. A new cament sidewalk is being laid in front of tbe Lynch block. Born —Saturday morning, June 15, to Mr. ami Mrs. Al Wright, a son. Robert Stevens is having a new residence erected on his ranch near Thorp. A number of our sporting men engaged in trap shooting last Tues day evening. Harvey Jellison and wife of Sim coe, vieited relatives in this city over Sunday. I'r f W. E. Wilson is attending to some normal business in Oly:o --pi...

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. — 21 June 1901

CAMPBELL BIOS. GREAT Consolidated Railroad Shows Will Exhibit at Ellensburg O/l On Monclad, June *tVVm Two PerformaDce, Afternoon and Night Two Rings, Elevated Stage Museum, Equestrian and Menagerie. Parade at 10 O'clock, A, M. ON JUNE 24th Campbell Bro.'s Steam Caliope plays ahead of the big parade that takes place at 10:00 a. m., followed by three big brass bands, v drum corps and a half a mile of elegantly designed wag ons and cages of wild animals rarely exhibited, champion bareback rid ers, .Japanese family, acrobats, contortionists, trapeze performers, high ieapers. bicycle riders, and twelve funny clowns of every nationality take part in the parade, making it particularly interesting for every body. Larger, greater and grander than ever before with an entirely new show, new elegantly finished costumes and wardrobe throughout The parade will be a Bwell affair FREE to the vast crowd of people that throng the streets. An interesting sight never before witnessed in El lensburg. A...

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. — 28 June 1901

£32* tx'aordinary! advertisements planted in Tm: Pawn always brings good returns. VOL. VIII. NO. 26. THE CM of the dollar saved, sounds in every sent ence. The time to buy is when the other fellow wants to sell; that is just the frame of mind I am in. My stock is com plete in every de partment. Prices: of course the lowest. Duplicate if you can my line of $1.00 FI HATS in Quality, Style And Price. C. L. Collins. Cbe eilensbura B.«iwn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNK 28, 1901. Our Motto: "A Government of, by and for the People." UNVEILED. Addf ess of J.H. Morgan at the Unveiling of the Newland Monument. As we perform the last sad rites of this our neighbor and friend, it is eminently fitting that we dwell somewhat in thought upon our re lations and consequent duties to mankind in general while living, and note how we may benefit the living by holding iv remembrance deeds of the dead and the conse quence of those deeds. It is more fitting still, that while we her...

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. — 28 June 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBMSHXD KVKItY I KIDAV. F.ntered Nov. 6th, 1894, at tbe postofflce, Ellensbunr, Kittitas county, Washington, as eutitled to second-class postal rates. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 OHlee south side of Fourth street, between IVarl aud Main streets, rear of Qeddts block. ROBERT A. TURNER" EDITOR. MACAULAY A PROPHET. Forty-seven years ago Macaulay, the historian wrote of America: "Your republic will be pillaged and ravaged in the twentieth cen tury, just as the Roman empire was by the barbarians of the fifth century, with the difference that the devastators of the Roman em pire, the Huns and the Vandals, came from abroad, while your bar barians will be the natives of your own country, and the direct pro duct of your own institutirns. A day will come in the state of New York when the multitude between half a breakfast and the hope of half a dinner will elect your legis lators. Is it possible to have any doubt as to the kind of legislators that will be elected...

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. — 28 June 1901

pAUGHTQN THE ELY ALL THE CURRENT NEWS fas Chr° n,cletl b y Tne Dawn ' s Repertorial Staff. Lots of rain this season, T. P. Carson went over to Seattle ?loftdliy. Pat Dunning of Liberty, was in , oW ii Saturday. Prof. Bruton came down from Thorp Tuesday. (j, F. Baird spent a day or two in town recently. I. T. Castor bought ,'ioO tons of grain hay Tuesday. J. L. Vaughn is laying a new sidewalk on his corner. B. H. Larsen came down from r tt * L Ellensburg Oauin-Sapplement. ELLENSBUPG, WASH. JUNE 28, 1901. NO. 26. [rand Celebration Ellensburg, July 4th, 1901. Given by the Ellensburg Band. President of the day, Dr. F. T. Scott. Marshall of the day, J. P. Becker. Committee on Arrangements: B L. Kreidel, L. D. Emerson, U.Emerson, C.F.Becker, C. B. Phelps. PROGRAM. Salute at Sunrise. Salute at Sunrise. 9;30 Parade. Assemble at Court House. 10:00 Prayer By <*cv. McLean. Singing, led by ('has. Hinman. Declaration of Independence, Fred Butoher. 11:00 Oration, By Hon. Carroll B. Grave*. 1-0...

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. — 28 June 1901

fjAUGHTQN THE FLY ALL THE CURRENT NEWS A.s Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff. hots of rain this season, T. I. Carson went over to Seattle Monday. Pat Dunning of Liberty, was in town Saturday. Prof. Bruton came down from Thorp Tuesday. (j, F. Baird spent a day or two in town recently. I, T. Castor bought IJoO tons of grain hay Tuesday, J. L. Vaughn is laying a new sidewalk on his corner. B. H. Larsen came down from C II • Ellensburg Damn-Supplement. fcjjX" ELLENSBUPG, WASH. JUNE 28, 1901. NO. 26. fcand Celebration Ellensburg, July 4th, 1901. Given by the Ellensburg Band. President of the day, Dr. F. T. Scott. Marshall of the day, J. P. Becker. Committee on Arrangements: L Kreidel, L- Emerson, .j.Emerson, C. F. Becker, C. B. Phelps. PROGRAM. Salute at Sunrise. Salute at Sunrise. 9:30 Parade. Assemble at Court House. 10:00 Prayer By Rev. McLean. Singing, led by ( has. Hinman. Declaration of Independence, Fred Butcher. 11:00 Oration, By Hon. Carroll B. Graves. 1:00 Trotting and...

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. — 28 June 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBUBKKD KVKItY FRIDAY. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at the postoffloe, Kllensburir, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 unit c south Hide of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of tiethlis block. ROBERT A. TURNER" EDITOR. MACAULAY A PROPHET. Forty-seven years ago Macaulay, the historian wrote of America: "Your republic will be pillaged and ravaged in tho twentieth cen tury, just as the Roman empire was by the barbarians of the lifth century, with the difference that the devastators of the Roman em pire, the Huns and the Vandals, came from abroad, while your bar barians will be the natives of your own country, and the direct pro duct of your own instituting. A day will come in the state of New York when the multitude between half a breakfast and the hope of half a dinner will elect your legis lators. Is it possible to have any doubt as to the kind of legislators that will be electe...

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. — 28 June 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBbISHKD k.vkiiy I kiiiav. Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postoffice, Kllensburir, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Oltlce south side of Fourth street, between I'earl and Main streets, rear of Qeddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER" EDITOR. MACAULAY A PROPHET. Forty-seven years ago Macaulay, the historian wrote of America: "Your republic will be pillaged and ravaged in the twentieth cen tury, just as the Roman empire was by the barbarians of the fifth century, with the difference that the devastators of the Roman em pire, the Huns and the Vandals, came from abroad, while your bar barians will be the natives of your own country, and the direct pro duct of your own institutirns. A day will come in the state of New York when the multitude between half a breakfast and the hope of half a dinner will elect your legis lators. Is it possible to have any doubt as to the kind of legislators that will be el...

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. — 28 June 1901

CAUGHT ON THE FLY ALL THE CURRENT NEWS a.s Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff. hots of rain this season, T. I*. Carson went over to Seattle Monday. Pat Dunning of Liberty, was in town Saturday. Prof. Bruton came down from Thorp Tuesday. (j. F. Baird spent a day or two in town recently. L. T. Castor bought ,'!SO tons of grain hay Tuesday, J. L. Vaughn is laying a new sidewalk on his corner. B. H. Larsen came down from Liberty to see the circus. Chas. Thomas is teaching school in district 47, near Easton. Phil Olmstead brought in a load of line hogs on Wednesday. A. L. Kreidel made a flying visit to Roslyn a few days since. J. W. (Joombes of Easton, was down on business this week. Rodney Palmer and wife of Ros lyn, are in the city this week. W. T. Francis is constructing a large hay barn for B. F. Reed. Sheriff Brown has purchased the J. A, Shoudy property on sth St. Mike Younger, of this city, spent » day or more in Seattle this week. Cbas. Thomas of Easton, spent Saturday an...

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. — 28 June 1901

tice was in this vicinity, lie coming here soon after graduating. Cer (Continued from Frit Page.) » •. • ,l , , i i tain it is that he remained here managed it is not only an invest- from 1887 no lo the time ol his merit from one standpoint, but it ■ death, except during the time when is an investment for hive, as the he was away doing postgraduate proceeds always go to those who j work. 1 may omit much that 1 survive the insured. Wealth is J ihould mention but 1 speak of that not assessed in this world accord- which I do know. He was one of ing to the exertion put forth. It those who did not make a mistake sometimes comes to one with ap- [ n the choosing of his profession. parently little or no exertion, and He seemed to be endowed by natuie then eludes another who struggles with, and to have developed by with might and main, toiling early study and work, those traits, char and late, so when the time for his acteristics, or abilities which make departure arrives, the only conso- th...

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. — 5 July 1901

planted in The I | )A>VN always bring* good returns. VOL. VIII. NO. 27. THE CLINK of the dollar saved, sounds in every sent ence. The time to buy is when the other fellow wants to sell; that is just the frame of mind I am in. My stock is com plete in every de partment. Prices: of course the lowest. Duplicate if you can my line of 11.00 FI HATS in Quality, Style And Price. C. L. Collins. Cbe Eliensburg Dawn. ELL-ENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901. Our Mo/to: "A Government of, by and for the People." COLORADO PRODUCTS. How Some VcKcinblon and Fruit* Tie have ut High Aliunde*. Some of your readers will be Interest ed to know the behavior of some of UIC newer vegetables and fruits in the Rocky mountains at au altitude of nearly 0,000 feet above sea level. in tlio cabbage line Danish Ballhead is one of tlio best all around sorts ever tried here. It will displace Early Wiu ningstadt, which has been almost ex clusively grown here for market. The Hut varieties hav...

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. — 5 July 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED KVKKY KKIDAY. tiutered Nov. sth. 1594, at tbe poxtotliee, Eliensburif, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Oeddis block. ROBERT A. TURNER" EDITOR. THE GUILLOTINE CLICK. The New York Sun, a rabid re publican paper sounds the warning note: Estimates have varied regarding the number of railway employes who are likely to lose their jobs in consequence of the centralization of executive work, the abolition of competing agencies and the con solidation of traffic and accounting departments. One railroad traffic manager says that the railroads in the big combinations already form ed can do away with the services of 50,000 persons now employed. An other railroad man puts the figure at 75,000, and there are many esti mates «t from 25,000 up. It is a recognized fact among the railroad men that economy of op eration is ...

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