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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 November 1901

OKU »DV««T'" R « H "* N0 U " r °" TMt eutTi „.. TM CIH GOOO» »«t SOLD BEFORE , TMI DUST MAS TIME TO SETTLE ON T«l*> VOL. VIII. NO. 47. The Dawn is a Representative of Largest hay Producing Valley in the great Commonwealth of Washington. One Dollar per Year. At prices that are benefiting' to your appear ance, and more particular ly, yonr Pocket Book. Plain Black Clay Worst ed--16 oz — 83.50 Neat Stripes in Worst ed at 2.50, 3,00, 3.50, and 4.00 dollars. (Ask to see Nos 1106,1172 and 1179 these are splendid values) I have better grades in Worsted at 4.00, 5.00 and 6.00 dollars. These are Goods that Fit well, Wear well Made well Sell well Cassimere pants in a great variety of patterns $1.50 $4.25 Take a look at my Work ing Men's Pants at $1.25 $1.50 C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. ELLENSRURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1901. 611en$burg A Government of, by and for the People. Brief State &{ews I tain is badly needed in the Palouse country. A large Souring mill is bei...

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. — 23 November 1901

IXliUllvUU tUJ liiU *',n»w W nTn Annft (3 UilidiillUUil. Tho Good Woman Who Hakes a Bad Wife Marriage was a serious thlfg to the grandparents and great grandpai :uts of the present generation. No wo s»n entered lightly upon wedlock. She knew that she was going to found a f.-.mily, mid that the must be eg tr.l to all the responsibilities of the pc ition the assumed. She must be able to order her own household; to knit, sCw, epin, make bread, butter, soap, caudles, and indeed care for end clolue whole family. She Must not be craven when tne whoop of the Indian warned of a dreadful danger. She must stand by her husband, gun in hand. How many women of to-day could undertake wifehood under such condi tions? Few indeed. Not because the modern American woman hicks cour age, but because siie hicks as a rule the physical health which is the indispensa ble qualification for a life such as was lived by the women of the past That is why a good woman may he a bad wife. Virtue and goodness are ex...

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. — 23 November 1901

Store News at Wilsons. Week we try through the columns of this paper to keep you posted on the changes in the store ou can have at 10 cents per yard. We have Outings also in dark colors for 5 cents. Nice comfort colors 5 cents a yard. You don't need to be a drygoods expert to know that these are bargains. IN sc^m £ of Groceries, it is a question of Quantity with us, a.s well as ques tion of values. We make a feature of First-Class Groceries, and we charge reasonable prices for them. We try to have everything in season. THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Entered Nov. fith, 1894, at the pontoffioe, Ellenshurir, Ktttltaa county, Washington, us entitled to *ec >ud-clas» postal rates. Oue year, H paid in advance $1.00 Office south Bide of Fourth street, between I'carl .iii.l Main styeels, rear of Ueddis block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Don't let the building of the canal end in talk. THE Dawn offers this tggustion: Call ;i public meet ing and get a general expression of the people directly intereste...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 November 1901

CLOSING-OUT SALE. We wish to announce the Closing Out and Slaughter Sale of our stock of Merchandise. Now is your chance to buy first class goods at less than fac tory prices, at this bonafide sale. Early buyers get the best selections. THE CHICAGO STORE. The Local &(ews. -Platina stamp fotos at Bushnell's. Pretty nice shower Thursday night. W.J. Boyd of Roslyu was down this week. Fitber Sweens spent Sunday in Boslyn- H. Walters registered in Seattle Saturday. Ellensburg was full of Thorp people this week. -Buy your tailor made suits at Mrs. Stetenson's. PatDunuingof Liberty was in the city Saturday. Fred Barrows of Easton was down this week to see his family. W.J.Welsh of Roslyn spent the weekattending court in this city. -House for sale cheap. Inquire of Henryßuscb, Becker's Addition. -Have you looked through the im mense «ock of bargains at The Fair. Ha Mary Boyle is assisting her brothel, J. G. Boyle, in abstracting. BOEN—Monday afternoon. Nov. 18th, 1801, to Mr. and Mrs. Me...

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. — 23 November 1901

TAKING CHANCES. People Who Will Learn Only by a Perilous Personal Experience. As a rale experience is profitable only to the individual who obtains K. When the aged man tries to save youth lrom mistakes such as he made, the youth smiles to himself: "The idea of that old fossil thinking that an up to-date young man is going to make mistakes:" It is a peculiar trait of human nature that each man thinks lie is a little smarter than the others, and that he will succeed where others failed. "Oh, yes," says Smith, "I know that Toor Joues got capsized in the rapids, but Joues never was a good baud at the paddle. It's a pity people like Jones will take such chances." And he smil ingly launches his canoe to follnw Joues alike in his feat and in his failure. THE EXTREME OT? FOI.tY. The most foolhardy man who ever risked his life, or the most infatuated gambler who ever risked his fortune, is a sage compared with the man who attempts to get the best of Nature. The foolhardy man may succeed. Th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 November 1901

j«a«pw"j» ™. * w »#»«*"""• M * vf n ° u,t r °" ™ i i-fTt""™"* aoooa am aoio before [v^ Bt TM»aTII« TO SETTLE ON THEM. VOL. VIII. NO. 48- THe Dawn is a Representative of Largest hay Producing Valley in the great Commonwealth of Washington. One Dollar per Year. At prices that are benefiting to your appear ance, and more particular ly, your Pocket Book. Plain Black Clay Worst ed«l6 0z,—83.50 Neat Stripes in Worst ed at 2.50, 3,00, 3.50, and 4.00 dollars. (Ask to see Nos H06,1172 and 1179 these are splendid values) I have better grades in Worsted at 4.00, 5.00 and •6.00 dollars. These are Goods that Fit well, Wear well Made well Sell well Cassimere pants in a great variety of patterns $1.50 $4.25 Take a look at my Work ing Men's Pants at $1.25 $1.50 C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe eilensbura Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOV. 30, i 9 ot. A Qovernment of, by and for the People. About Schley. By G. R. Weathekby. They may talk as they please of the Bull and the Boer,...

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. — 30 November 1901

Store News AT Wilsons. Week we try through the columns of this paper to keep you posted on the changes in the store New Goods are coming. Prices are changing. Remnants and Odd Sizes must be closed out, and must be moved quickly. The knife is applied and down goes the price, sometimes to cost, and many times, be low cost, when the room is wanted. All this is store news which we try to tell you about. Tell you truthfully and without exaggeration, or circus aannouncement. Just the plaiu told facts. Among the goods coming in this week is a large line of Outing Flannels which have sold for and are now selling for X2V2 cents, on can have at 10 cents per yard. We have Outings also in dark colors for 5 cents. Nice comfort colors 5 cents a yard. You don't need to be a drygoods expert to know that these are bargains. 1 the selling of Groceries, it is a question of Quantity with us, as well as ques tion of values. We make a feature of First-Class Groceries, and we charge reasonable prices for ...

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. — 30 November 1901

CLOSING-OUT SALE. We wish to announce the Closing Out and Slaughter Sale of our stock of Merchandise. Now is your chance to buy first class goods at less than fac tory prices, at this bonafide sale. Early buyers get the best selections. THE CHCAGO STORE. The Local &(ews. O.Norling is reported, as mending slowly. r T. Castor came up from Yakima Saturday. The Odd Fellows dedicated their new yi Thursday. Judge Bndkin discharged the jury Tuesday afternoon. Mit Bortholet nas been somewhat in disposed this week. IM. Jones of Cle-Elum was down attending court Monday. -Have you looked through the im mense stock of bargains at The Fair. W. A. Thomas made a run to Bristol Tuwdaj to visit a school that closes in i tew days. Dan Brownfleld and family will probably leave today for the Simcoe reservation. Albert Tjossen went down to Prossor kit week looking after wheat for mill ing purposes. ■ -Every picture put up in a neat em bossed mailing case at Bushnell's. No ixtra charge. John and Joe ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 November 1901

Old-fashioned Training Its Strong and Weak Pointß. The strong tioint of tl\e oM-faihloued training was die Stress laiil upon moral ity ami virtue. "Be good anil you'll be happy," was the common precept set before the growing child. But as the girl grew op to maidenhood she wns often sorely puzzled to reconcile those past teachings with her meseut condi tion. She was good. Her soul was pure as the lillies of her garden. Her heart was undented. And yet she was alesperutly unhappy by reason of physi cal ailments common to women. This was the weak side of old fashioned training: It ignored the needs and requirements of the body. All its effort was to guide the heart and mind. The body might stumble along anyhow, and it generally did. Many a sweet-faced, modest-minded young girl has had her first doubts of the goodness of Providence come iv through the door of physical suffering. "Why must I suffer in this way ?" she asks, " Why does my back ache, my head throb" and my side pain, so that...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 December 1901

"»» NO '°* THt , ...THCIR SOODI ARC SOLD BCrom **• T "" T0 " TTLION THIM -; T ...a^iaAaaAAMAaAa, I VOL VIII. NO. 49. The Pawn is a Representative of Largest hay Producing Valley in the great Commonwealth of Washington. One Doilar per Year. At prices that are benefiting to your appear ance, and more particular ly, your Pocket Kook. Plain Black Clay Worst ed-10 0z—53.50 Neat Stripes in Worst ed at 2.50, 3,00,3.50, and 4.00 dollars. (Ask to see Nos 1106,1172 and 1179 these are splendid values) I have better grades in Worsted at 4.00, 5.00 and 6.00 dollars. These are Goods that Fit well, Wear well Made well Sell well Cassmlere pants in a great variety of patterns $|.5o $4.25 Take a look at my Work ing Men's Pants at $1.25 $1.50 C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe Ocnsbum Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, DEC. 7, 1901. A Government of, by and for the People. Judge Hanford's Decision. In the Circuit court, of the United States, district of Washington, western division. Fran...

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 December 1901

mi no hie nu iisis IS NONE TOO SOON to be looking around for the gifts you wish to purchase for this the greatest day iv all the year. We are better prepared than ever to supply your wants in Christinas buying. You will find nothing, however, but sensible things. When giving, why not give something that will be appr&ciated and at the same useful to the receives - . WE have some welcome news for you about handkerchiefs. Way back in the,sum mer we purchased a lot of Handkerchiefs at a price less than it cost to land them Front now until Christmas, should they last that long, you can have them at about half their value. During this sale you can have a 10-ceht handkerchief for 5 cents; 15-cent ones for for 10 cents; 25-cent ones for 15 cents; the finer ones at corresponding reductions. We have them in all qualities and for Men, Women and Children. LARGE Wool Fascinators. 25 cents; Wool and Silk mixed, 50 cents; Jill Wool, 50 cents and up. Ladies and Childrens Jackets low priced, qua...

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 December 1901

iCLOSING-OUT SALE. We wish to announce the Closing Out and Slaughter Sale of our stock of Merchandise. Now is your chance to buy first class goods at less than fac tory prices, at this bonafide sale. Early buyers get the best selections. THE CHCAGO STORE. v — — — - -™ The Local cNgws, Born, Monday, to Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Purees a daughter. B, E. Craig, of Sentinel Point, was jwrafew days since. W.A. Thomas made a professional rtJt'toßoslyn this week. Alonzo Jsck is reported as being dan grrously ill this week. •We are Informed that Wm. Ruder blithe typhoid fever in bis family, fljn, Tuesday, Nov. 3d, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wlx, of this city.a daughter. Mn. Bessie Thiery, of Seattle, is ov er tail "week taring for her mother, Mr. Evict, The incessant rain of the past two weeks has put the roads in a terrible nodiuoo. Itbreported thata number of youug cattle hare died in this valley recently if blackleg. From present prospects we are to ttre mother open winter, same as the put three. -Ev...

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 December 1901

Finding a Forte and Founding a Fortune. A TRAMP'S LUCK AND AM EN ERGETIC MAN'S PURPOSE. It is perhaps true ns told thitt a tramp, searching a garbage barret lor scraps ol fefu.se food, found a fortune in "ood United States currency. Such a thing may happen. But the workman who gives up a steady occupation however unremuner ative to hunt garbage barrels for a fort une will surely degenerate to a tramp. Thar* is a difference between ftfXUng a fortune and founding a fortune. Few men chance upon fortunes. The fort unes we know about are not found I-** founded on a certain substantial basis. The nature of that basis of fortune is well set forth in the advice given by a successful merchant to a young man who asked, "What is the first requisite to making a fortune." "The first re quisite to making a fortune" said trte rich man, "is health." "The idea that fortunes are made suggests toil and in dustry and skill. Nothing can be made without these. But a weak man cannot toil, and industry- is...

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 December 1901

H WCe»T TMC MINT, CAN MAHC SO*"*'™ 0 " CI.AO.TOMt. VIII. NO. 50. )lie Dawn is a Representative of Largest hay Producing Valley in the great Commonwealth of Washington. One Dollar per Year. 1 —- -j. ■ ■ ■ ' ii '1 ... . i- .. r _" ' _ . During the . . . Holiday Festivities so close at hand, don't forget to see those Fancy Worsted Suits, in round or straight front. Colors, blue, black and dark brown, live different patterns; are regular 112.50 Suits. 112.50 Military Cut, fancy all wool Cassimere, guaranteed, tailored in tbe best i>ossiblo manner; you could pay »15 for this wit and then be well satisfied. The latest colorings in Cassimeres and Worsted Suitings, perfect fits and latest cuts at «15. The wholesale price on these goods was 116.50. $7.50 Blue and Brown Beaver Overcorts at 17.50-Sizes 35 to tt-tfiese don't require a discount price to make move- Other Woes at $9.50, $10.00, $12.50 to $18.00 in latest styles. These )ou Should see C.L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe ellensburg Dawn. E...

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 December 1901

ii in mis mi ibis |"P IS NONE TOO SOON to be looking around for the gifts yon wish to purchase for this the greatest day in all the year. We are better prepared than ever to supply your wants in Christmas buying. You will find nothing, however, but sensible things. When giving, why not give something that will be appreciated and at the same useful to the receiver. , , . WE have some welcome news for you about ltandkerchiefs. Way back in th* sum mer we purchased a lot of Handkerchiefs at a price less than it cost to land them From now until Christmas, should they last that long, you can have them at about half their value. During this sale you can have a io-cent handkerchief for 5 cents; 15-cent ones for for 10 cents; 25-cent ones for 15 cents; the finer ones at corresponding reductions. We have them in all qualities and for Men, Women and Children. LARGE Wool Fascinators. 25 cents; Wool aud Silk mixed, 50 cents; liWool, 50 cents and up. Ladies and Childrens Jackets low priced, quali...

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 December 1901

Having disposed of part of our household goods we offer what we .have lelt very cheap, on Tuesnay December 17, the lot consisting of: 1 Cook Stove with reservoir. 1 Bedsoom suit with springs and mattress. I Single Bed. Corduroy Couch. 1 Baby Go-cart. 1 Refrigerator. xßath Tub—folding cabinet with heater. Carpets, Tables, Dishes, Etc. THE CHICAGO STOfeE The Local c/Xews. * . S.T. Packwood is on the sick list til week. Kn. W. H. Lewis has been quite ill ji, put week. Kin Minnie Newman of Thorp was a the city Tuesday. p. M. Shoemake and wife were in lie city Wednesday. ' Dr. M. A. Amen is again seen on our greets. He is slowly improving. Bert Pease, one of the west side pros perous farmers, was in the city Thurs li. jtehoo returned to Prosser last week, where he expects to spend the winter. Mr*. L. Gillham and sons have taken new in the Geddis block for the tiatcr. Tho*. Lund, proprietor of the Alfalfa ttloon in North Yakima, was on our streeti Thursday. Ed. Lambson has been assisting ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 December 1901

BEDFELLOWSHIP. The Time When Girls Ex change Confidences. After the prolonged separation of a year when girl school chums meet again, lh»y are apt to put off all conversation of intimate and private matters until bed-time. Then reviving dormitory days of old they open their hearts and tell the secrets accumulated iv twelve long months. Aud some of these confidences are very sad. It is sad when the girl who was a crack at tennis, could pull an oar and swing a golf club has to adroit lhat she has given up all those things because ber back aches so incessantly. The pity is that such break-downs are so common among young women. They will continue to be common and to in crease in frequency until the girl is taught that th: stability of the general health is founded on the local womanly health. a woman's weakness may be gaped by her womanly health. " female Weakness" is not a scientific term, but it is a popular term, express ing the result rather than the condition of womanly disease. We...

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 December 1901

u*»av»* , * w *~'*— I wis* « etrr ™ c M,NT, C * H "*"' I AOVISTISINQ. f ■*"* GLADSTONE. VOL. VIII. NO. si. The Pawn is a Representative of Largest hay Producing Valley in the great Commonwealth of Washington. One Dollar per Year. During the . . . Holiday Festivities so close at hand, don't forget to see those $10.00 Fancy Worsted Suits, in round or straight front. Colors, blue, black and dark brown, five different patterns; are regular 112.50 Suits. •12.50 Military Cut, fancy all wool Cassimere, guaranteed, tailored in the best possible manner; you could pay $15 for this suit and then be well satisfied. The latest colorings in Cassimeres and Worsted Suitings, perfect fits and latest cuts at $15. The wholesale price on these goods was $lt>.sft Blue and Brown Beaver Overcorts at $7.50-Sizes 35 to 42-these don't require a discount price to make move-Other Hnes at $0.50, $10.0), $12.50 to $18.00 in latest styles. These yon Should see C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe ellensburg Dawn. ELLEN...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 21 December 1901

|1" IS NONE TOO SOON to be looking around for the gifts you wish to purchase for this the greatest day in all the year. We are better prepared than ever to supply your wants iv Christinas buying. You will find nothing, however, but sensible things. When giving, why not give something that will be appreciated and at the same useful to the receiver. WE have some welcome news for you about handkerchiefs. Way back in the sum mer we purchased a lot of Handkerchiefs at a price less than it cost to land them From now until Christmas, should they last that long, you can have them at about half their value. During this sale you can have a io-ceht handkerchief for 5 cents; 15-ceut ones for for 10 cents; 25-cent ones for 15 cents; the finer ones at corresponding reductions. We have them in all qualities and for Men, Women and Children. LARGE Wool Fascinators. 25 cents; Wool and Silk mixed, 50 cents; All Wool, 50 cents and up. Ladies and Childrens Jackets low priced, quality and workmanship gua...

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 December 1901

The Local cHeivs. January 9. Stevens and wire were in town spent a few .lays in ,his week. Orisnd Beck of North Yakima v In ..city this week. j r tad Mrs- K. G. Dickson visited .yiklßS Thursday. DAWN wishes eaeli and every is merry Christmas. TB. Wright of Roslyn was in the on business. Hjr-.Nose glasses, gold frame, clearest this office. yj,, H. C. Aokley returned from a Spokane on Tuesday. gou* for sale cheap. Inquire of w ßaich, Becker's Addition. CS. Short ha* located in Cle-Elum jL, he expects to open a law office. Dr. McCauley have their mines for the winter. tj, A. Maxey and Win. Freyberger for the city marshalsliip. -Christmas candies and nuts, tho tot md best, at D. H. Westcott's. The St Andrews church fair has tew veil patronized and enjoyed lu ll]. _Sint»C!au» heacqvarters forUy udChristmas presents at Willis's Ba it fjhis. Psinter of Walla Walla ia our on s visit with relatives and Irwnd-. Two members of L. T. Castor's fam ily at North Yakima, are down with the lever. Sa...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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