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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1901

; The Local cfr(e<ws. U.F.Gorton spent Tuesday in Tjcomft. jliußrown registered in Tacoma this week. W. A Thomas is building a nice little barn. Wss the circus up to your ex pectations? Father Sweens went up to Ros lyn Monday. Mrs. E. S. Perry was iv West port Tuesday. j, A. Gault, of Roslyn. was in (own thii week. Wm. Grissom, of Liberty was down this week. C. J. Parsons was over from his ranch this week. Ray Pinney has secured a clerk ibip in The Fair. Uncle Tom's cabin will be in town again pretty soon. T. D. Quinn was in the city this week with a load of tine fruit. Mr. anu Mrs. David Ramsay apentadayin Taobma this week. Mrs. P. P. Gray left Tuesday for a few days'visit in Victor!*. B. C. The circus has come and gone and Ellensburg is the poorer for its coming. Riv. Bird and wife, of Walla Walla are in the city for a few weeks' visit. S. W. Barnes went up to Cle- Elum Monday to spend a day or two fishing. Mrs. B. S. Weed and Mrs. Par ker, went over to the Sound for a vifit Tu...

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 August 1901

Irrigation Talk. The Twentieth Century will he an eta of mighty achievement, bill mine greater than the transforma tion (if arid America from an unin habitable waste into a fertile terri tory, teeming with a dense and prosperous population. As secretary of the Interior Hitchcock has said: 'That this vast acreage, capable of sustaining and comfortably supporting, under a proper system of irrigation, a population of at least 50,000,000 people, should remain practically a desert, is not in harmony with the progressive spirit of the age or in keeping with the possibilities of the future.'' The.time is ripe for the accom plishment of this great nationa purpose, So long as thrre was an abundance of unoccupied govern ment land open to homestead set tlers which did not require irriga tion to be productive, there was no reason why the nation should un dertake tbe great work of tiie te clamation (f the arid region. But that time has gone by. and now we see thousands upon thou sands of homesee...

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 August 1901

! Advertisements planted in Thb|| p A «N always brings good returns, j ► VOL. VIII. NO. 33- HOT WEftTfiER <:=a^Suggestionß. IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 in the shade, or in top of a twenty story building? The mau on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in if you arc not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 G. —Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — French Neck — Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: Drawers —Sateen Faced —Twin Needle Stitched —Pearl Buttons: Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing iv Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men s Best Combed Egyp tian Cotton Shirts —French Neck —Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts—Pearl But tons —Knit Cuffs. Drawers—With 3-buttoii Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen- Hold-up Straps—Taped Seams— Knit ankles—(Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy at 50 cts. a garment, $1.00 a suit These two Numbers are made by one of the oldest Underwear Mills in the country. Y...

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 August 1901

ilia mkbuumm ■ i ■ ■ ■ fHE ELLENSBURG DAWN. rUßLinuiD kvkky Friday. Entered Nov. sth. 1894, at tbe pottofflee, Filrtisbure;, Kittitas comity, Washington, M entitled to secoutf-cla»a poatal rates. One year, If paid In advance, $1.00 03!™ soutii sidenf fourth Rtreet, between ' IVa"! :iml Jlatii btreeta, rem' of Qeddla block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. If the American people want re form, they must practice what they preach. The party dictators and party bosses are what the people do not want, and they are tbe gentry tbat must first be disposed of before suc cess can crown any reform move ment' We were reminded a few days ago that our editorials in last issue did not meet with the approval of some of our readers. That is all right. How ate we to convert peo ple to our way if all our readers are of the same mind as ourselves? Bssldes we do not expect every body to agree with us. We alone are responsible for our utterances and as we belong to no ring, clique or faction, we can speak our se...

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. — 17 August 1901

The Local 3(ews. The second crop of alfalfa is be ing cut. plums and prunes are beginning jo ripen now. Plenty of green corn in the country now. There was not many farmers in town Saturday. \V. W. Swan is now ready to do yoor threshing. ft. L. St. John, of Thorp, was on our streets this week. J. H. Sanderson registered in Se attle a few days ago. Considerable house moving has been in progress lately. A steam thresher was started up near Thorp, last week. Simon Justham, of Roslyn, was in ths city over Sunday. Mrs. I. R. Spencer spent a few days recently in Tacoma. The picnic next Thursday will he an enjoyable affair. Attend. H. J. Snively of Yakima was in town Saturday on legal business. Mrs. Hall, mother of Mrs. J. P. Flynn, has been quite sick of late. S.J. Kendall aud A L, Hollings irortb,of Thorp were down Sunday. The family of S. P. Hart, our new restaurant man, arrived last Monday. W. C. Roe went up to the Hay ward ranch Saturday and returned Sunday. Ray Sloan and John Brown we...

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. — 17 August 1901

The Egyptian woman looks greatly overburdened, and yet the physical har dens she carries will not compare with the hardens borne by many an American woman. There is no burden like the l»ir den of disease. The woman who suffers from inflammation or ulceration, bear ing-down pains, weak ,back and nervous ness, bears a burden which crushes her • very life. Every woman ■hould know that I>r. Pierces l'avorite Prer-eriptiou makes weak women strong and sick women well. It cures the womanly diseases which cause weak ness and feebleness. It quiets the nerves, cures the aching back and throbbing head, aud gives strength for wifely cares aud maternal duties. "When I wrote to you I was in a bad condition, nnd had almost Riven up." says Mrs. Bella Snider, of WUkesviUe, Vinton Co., Ohio. "I was suffering from female trouble of the worst kind ; I couldn't eat anything without suffering K re - tl distress; throat hurt nic hy spells; was nervous and weak. Hod numb hands and arms, heart trouble, p...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1901

planted in The* jDaWN always brings good returns. £ VOL. VIII. NO. 34- HOT WEATHER IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 in the shade, or in top of a twenty story building? The man on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in SUMHER UNDERWEAR, if you are not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 G. —Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — Freuch Neck — Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. • Drawers —Sateen Faced—Twin Needle Stitched—Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing in Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men's Best Combed Egyp tian Cotton Shirts —French Neck —Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts - Pearl But tons —Knit Cuffs. Drawers —With 3-button Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen — Hold-up Straps—Taped Seams- Knit ankles—(Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy at 50 cts. a garment $1.00 a suit These two Numbers are made by one of the oldest Underwear Mills iv the country. You b...

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. — 24 August 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN fORMIHRD KVKItV FRIDAY. Kntered Nov. Mb, 1894, at tho poatofflci Kllenshnnr, 1\ 111it«>. Bounty, Washington as entitled to •econd-claiui postal rate*. unr year, if paid In advance, ti- 1 ' Office south side of Fourth street, hetwerl I'oHrl at.d Main streets, rear of Geddb block. ROBERT A. TURNER 1 EDITOR. SPECIAL SOUVENIR EDI TION. On September 2nd Tin: D\w> free goes to work on our sou van ii edition for December 28, 1001 j Wo are sparing no time in making it far superior to our 1900 edition in many ways. It will contain as I far as possible, pictures ami bio- 1 graphical sketches of all the pio neers of the county, as well as » good honest write-up of tlio wealth an 1 resources oi tlie county. 1 will possibly make a book of 100 j/ages and in order to mike tbe scheme self supporting, we ask tin co-operation of our business men in the way oi advertising space The pages will be about one-third lar er than the pages of our 10(1; 1 edition but we will make the...

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. — 24 August 1901

NOTICE Ladies' Jackets and Capes, Dress Goods, Ready Made Suits and Fancy Goods Are daily arriving. We promise the choicest of Fabrics and Ready-made Wear to show to the public The Local chfews. J. Williams Thomas was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wold were in town Monday. H. Huss of east Kittitas is in town this week. C. V. Warner returned from the carnival Sunday. Dan Coble spent a few days o:i the Sound this week. B. F. Pvead is having an addition built en to his new barn. A. L. Hollingsworth of Thorp, spent Monday in our city. Mrs. Allie Ellison of Thorp, was in town Monday on business. Martin Cameron returned from his outing at Fish lake Monday. B. F. Reed says it is impossible to get mill feed for his customers. Miss Mitchell of Spokane is here this week visiting with her sister. Clyde Warner made a professi onal visit Iz CleElum Thursday. K. V. Hinman and family re turned from Mission a few days ago. J. L. Mc Ailister of tbis city ipenta few day on the Sound this week. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1901

SEED CORN. Tare In Winter— Sot Ait »l liable tr> Shell tl I'at 11 Sprlnc. The matter of preserving seed corn during the wiuter is neglected by ton many farmers Iv the corn belt. As n cousequeuce seed corn next spring Will cither tail to germinate, making it planting necessary, or have such a low vitality that it is almost impossible to pet a stand if weather conditions are not perfect Even If the corn does come up well the plant will he feeble, will Hart slowly and will not produce as large an car as v stalk from vigorous seed. * By this time the corn has been all gathered nnd it is presumed the cars Intended for seed selected. Tins may have been done nt busking time or the grev.er may have gone through tie.' field earlier !o the season, choosing the largest and best developed cars. The nar* of the seed corn from now on is very important, says Orange Judd Parmer iv giving the following hints as to what this should be. In the first place, sec that It is net thrown In a pile. If 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. — 31 August 1901

lAdverUsemenls planted in TheS 3Daws always brings good returns. J VOL. VIII. NO. 35. THE ELLENSBURG DAWN IS THE LEADING LOCAL PAPER OF KITTITAS COUNTY HOT WEATHER IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 in the shade, or in top of a t\v< a story building? The man on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in SUMHER UNDERWEAR, if yon are not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 Q. —Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — French Neck — Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Drawers —Sateen Faced —Twin Needle Stitched —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing iv Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men's Best Combed Egyp tian Cotton Shirts —French Neck —Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts- Pearl But tons —Knit Cuffs. Drawers —With 3-button Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen — Hold-up Straps—Taped Seams- Knit ankles—(Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy at 50 cts. a garment, $1.00 a suit T...

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. — 31 August 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. 1 PDBLISHBD KVEHV rmiDAT. Entered Nov. fill), IBM, at tbe post oilier, RltaDsbnrK, Kittitas county, Washington, an entitled to second-clan* postal rales. One year, if paid In advance, $1.00 Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main btreuls, rear ot tteililis block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. NOT BY ANY MEANS. Somk of our readers try to make it appear that *c council people through The Dawn to not pay any attention to the game law. Not by any means. We believe in law and order and the best way to get rid of a bad law is to enforce it. We do not believe the present game law a just one because 'of its unjust discrimination between a 10 year old boy and a man. We believe a man should be allowed to bunt on his own land as much as bo pleases without having to pay homage to any one. But what some find fault with us about is that wo have kept tip with the news along that line and publish tho findings and rulings of the courts,their opinions, not ours. We ...

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. — 31 August 1901

NOTICE Ladies' Jackets and Capes, Dress Goods, Ready Made Suits and Fancy Goods Are daily arriving. We promise the choicest of Fabrics and Ready-made Wear to show to the public. The Local cNews. A ,T.Mason is visiting in Thorp. C. B. Crane was a Seattle visitor this week. 0. C. registered in Seattle Monday. £ H. Hinman moved up to Roslyn Tuesday. H. L. Stowell spent a few days in Seattle this week. Clinton Sanford, of Vashon, was iv the city tbis week. Considerable fruit and vegetables ire on the market again. B. A. Gault is spending the week with bis family in this city. C. H. King returned from a short tisit on the Sound a few days ago. W. H. Wilgus, of CleElum, was inthscity a day or two this week. Mill Alta Sayles is in Ballard visiting Miss Ethel Armstrong. F. S. McDonald informs us that heezpects to return to Oregon this fill. C. J. Parsons, of Colockem, was in town this week with some nice tomatoes. Mill Margie Costello, of Tacoma ( is the guest of the Misses Hayes this week....

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. — 31 August 1901

TttACKJ A YD TRAGEDIES 8. A two Inch fall of snow came one r.lght without any wind ami lay the next day like a pure white blanket over all the woods nnd Holds. .Now. here Tvns the opportunity to see something {or one who liked 10 rend out of na ture's book. Here in the silent woods ■wore tracks of tlio few forms of animal aud bird life which brave our northern winters—here a rabbit track meander ing in and out among the newly felled top.; of ii poplar tree and spots where be hud sat on his haunches to get his early breakfast from the juicy bark, a little farther on evidence that he wns frightened, as a hap of six feet had been made In the direction of a friendly bellow log: here a .squirrel's tracks as lie slid down from his nest in the hole of an old oak nnd dug away at his little More of acorns hidden last fall for just BUCh a winter day's meal; there he sits on an old bur. with his tall curled o\ ol ios back, his sharp teeth working like the shuttle of n sewing machine: a little ...

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. — 7 September 1901

AiyUWW*''""' J $ Advertisements planted in Tun! SDaWN always brings good returns. } VOL VIII. NO. 36. THE ELLENSBURG DAWN IS THE LEADING LOCAL PAPER OF KITTITAS COUNTY HOT WEATfjER IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 iv the shade, or in top of a twenty story building? The niau on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in SUMHER UNDERWEAR, if you are not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 Q. —Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — French Neck — Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Drawers —Sateen Faced —Twin Needle Stitched —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing in Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men's Best Combed Egyp= tian Cotton Shirts—French Neck—Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts — Pearl But tons—Knit Cuffs. Drawers—With 3-button Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen — Hold-up Straps—Taped Seams- Knit aukles—(Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy at 50 cts. a garment, $...

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. — 7 September 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Entered Nov. sth. 1894, at tbe poßtoffiee, Ellensbura, Kittitas county, Waahlngtoa, as entitled to seoond-elasa postui rates. One year, if paid it) advance, $1.01 Office sou lb gidenf Fourth itreet, betweei I'oarl and Main streets, rear of Geddip block, ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. NORTHERN PACfKIC TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. ARRIVKS .No. 6—8:80 n. in. No. 8—8:60 a. m. No. 1—.": 10 p. m. BAST BOUND. DEPARTS. 1;08 11. m. 1 :60 p. in 7:85 p) in ARRIVKS No. 2—1:00 a. m. No. 4 -1:40 p. in. No. ti—7; 10 p. in. cAssasmated I As Xc go to press a tele gram ibmes from Washington that Presedent MeKiuley was shot twice this morning while attending the Exposition at Buffalo. The opiuion is that he will die. OUR SOUVENIR. Our Souvenir edition to he issued in December will be devoted large ly to descriptive jbistorical and bio graphical matter. It is now being printed on good book paper and will contain many half-tone en gravingof prominent streets, public building, churches, school ...

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. — 7 September 1901

UP NeW GOOOS ARE STILL ARRIVING DAILY Lots of Rainy Day Skirts, Ladies Ready Made Suits, Coats and Capes of the Latest Styles. Do not forget that we have the Largest Asssortment of Ladies Hats and childrcns Caps in town. Come in and look at our assortment. The Local <~J\(ews. A fine shower Saturday. Have you noticed Fly tin's new id? Jay Cooke is preparing to build i new barn. What about Kreidel's space? Have you looked at bis ad? W.C.Thomas visited with his brother, W. A. Thomas, over Sun d»y. H. S. Champio came down from Liberty Saturday and returned on Tuesday. Plant your advertisement in the Dawn Souvenir. Only $5 per page (3 per half page. Dr. McCauley returned Monday from Long Beach, where be had spent s few weeks recruiting. W. A. Thomas left Monday for Pullman to attend the annual con rention of the Echool superintend ents. Mr. and Mrs. Feleh, father and mother of Dr. Feleh, returned to their home in Seattle a few days Knee. From observation we judge that there will be 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. — 7 September 1901

Interesting cHeivs From Neighboring Towns 'Continued from Ist pane.) caller last Tuesday. Ira A. Thomas and family are moving this week. Mrs. Lewie Speaker is visiting a sister in Seattle this weuk. Some of the citizens question Will "rennan's ability as a crack fisherman. One person met him recently «t Fish lake with six small minnows. We doubt the Statement, for the last thirteen years we have known Will and have never caught him in a lie. Prof. \V. E. Wilson, of the State normal at Ellensburg, and hit two boys, Stanley and Frank, have been rusticating in tbe mountains on the Teanaway the past week or more. He passed through here last Wednesday on his way home. The Prof, reports a pleasant outing and fceis much improved in health. -Cor. in Miner. KOSLi'X. i)og thieves are reported very plentiful in Ellensburg. .Send t letn up to Roslyn ii they wi-h common every day dogs. We can spare a few thousand. Mrs. Joe Caldwell returned last Tuesday from Ellensburg, where ihe had been visiti...

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 September 1901

iJyOO WANT TUB NEWS— I The DaWq < FURNISHES EVERY WEEK. VOL. VIII. NO. 37- THE ELLENSBURQ DAWN IS THE LEADING LOCAL PAPER OF KITTITAS COUNTY FROSTY, EH? 'These Evenings, of the fact that You are in need of Heavier Underwear. If you can't stand Wool next to you, then try these: Cotton Fleeced Shirts, Silk trimmed Fronts, Pearl Buttons, Twin Needle Stitched, Knit Cuffs 50 Cents. Drawers with Three Button Fly, Hold up Straps, Knit Ankles 50 Cents. 0754 Shirts and Drawers .same as above, only Wool Fleeced. Per Garment 75 cents. 2233 N. Natural Color per garment, $1.00 2243 F Fawn or Camel's Hair color, per garment SI.OO These Shirts are Silk Trimmed, Pearl Buttons; Drawers—Best Sateen Faced, 3 Pearl Button Front, Seams in Crotch Taped. Are Not ALL WOOL , containing 40 per cent Cotton. orjco mft r Same Colors as above. IN.& Is. Shjvts pkiu Trimmedi Pearl Buttons,per garment $1.50 Drawers-Waist, Sateen Trimmed, Pearl Buttons, Splendid value for the money,2o per cent Cotton. gyq Vic...

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 September 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN Entered Nov. f>th, 18M, at the postofflcc KlleusburKi Kittitas county, Washington as entitled to second-class postal rates. One year, if paid in advance, fl.0 1 (Mice South side of Fourth street, betweei '.'earl and Main streets, rear of Ueddi block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE WEST BOUND. ARRIVKS No. 6—8:80 a. in. No. 8—8: M) v. m. No. 1—8:10 p. m. EAST BOUND. DEPARTS. l :U8 v. ni. 1 :.">() |>. in 7:: i.'i p, in ARRIVES No. U -1:00 a. in. No. 4 -It4o p. in. No. li—7:10 p. m. President Worse. Friday morning the followinj message was received by Rudolpl Fein from the Ledger: President sleeping at 10:30 a. m. Gen. Geo Gillispie, acting secretary of war. says: President much worse, nearh passed away, but has rallied slight ly. Belief is prevalent that thi President has only bare fighting chance for life." At 11:30 a. m Dr. Stocklon said: "President it holding his own." LATER: —President McKinley is dead. He d edyesterday, (Friday,) a...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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