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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 21 December 1901

THE KICKER. A Theory of His Rise and Progress. The word "kicker" is no more slang, but an honorable term admitted by the lexicographer to the round table of English speech. This acceptance of the word proves that there was a real need for it; that a certain class of people had no word in the English language to fitly designate them. As a class these kickers must be as modern as tbe word which describes them. They are in ef fect a new product of our latest civiliza tion. The word which describes the kicker is picturesque. It suggests the mule whose kicking is usually done out of pure wantonness; which kicks in sea son and ont of season, at everything or at nothing as the case may be. Tlie term kicker scarcely needs definition. We know exactly what it means, as well as we know the chronic fault-finder it designates. THE RISE OF TBS KICKER. Any one who cares to trace the rise of the kicker will find that he keeps pace with the prevalent American disease, dyspepsia. All kickers may not ...

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 December 1901

j HOTHIK-. EXCEPT THC MINT, CAN MARC J I MOPVCV WITHOUT ABVCNTISina. 1 > cLAoaroNt. VOL. VIII. NO. 52. The Dawn 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 flO.oo Fancy Worsted Suits, in round or straight front. Colors, blue, black and dark brown, five different patterns; are regular *liso Suits. *12.50 Military Cut, fancy all wool Cassimere. guaranteed, tailored in tbe best possible manner: you could pay Jls for this suit and then be well satisfied. Tbe latest colorings in Cassimeres and Worsted Suitings, perfect fits and latest cuts at »15. The wholesale price on these goods was $10.50. Blue and Brown Beaver Overcorts at *7.so—Sizes 35 to 42—these don't require a discount price to make move —Other lines at 19.60, 110.09, $12.50 to »lfe.oo in latest styles. These you Should see C; L. Collins CLOTHIER. - Cbe Gllcnsburg Dawn. ELLENS...

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 December 1901

KIT WW E HI W. |1" 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 Christmas buying. You will find nothing, however, but sensible things. When giving, why uot 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-cent handkerchief for 5 cents; 15-cent ones for for 10 cents; 25-cent ones for 15 cents; the finer oues 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 w...

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 December 1901

The Local &{ews. —pauuke's Pictures never fade —Toys at Morgan's Book Si ore. This is the shortest day of the year. The Catholic fair was a grand suc cess. Earnest Anderson visited in Thorn Sunday. C. S. Palmer spent a day recently in Yakima. —Saver Kraut, extra fine at D. H. Westcott's. County commissioners' court will con vene Jan. f>. B. E. Lambson is working for the N. P. company. Saturday was a good day for the merchants. Mrs. Emma Boyd returned from Yak ima this week. The thaw out made hauling hay out of the question. Sheriff Brown closed all the saloons in town Sunday. G. W. Sherwood was in the city Christmas day. E. E. Wager spent a few days in Seattle this week. John and Joe Turner visited the Hay ward ran eh Sunday. Mist Emma Francis is teaching school near Cle-Elum. T. p. Lamson spent a couple of days in Yakima this week. Old Santa Claus was the biggest man in the country Wednesday. B. E. Craig was over again this week from his Columbia river ranch. Washington Stat...

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 December 1901

A Man to the Rescue! Tho Woman in Peril Barely Finds Help From Her Own Sex, It is in no wise to a woman's discredit that she is not a professional life-saver. We can only fancy her in the fireman's helmet, in the crew of the life-boat, or wielding a policeman's club, at the teas of some of that fineness which is Ahe distinguishing quality fflf her sax. Tha Molly Pitchers and Grace Darlings are only examples of the sublime- self-for getfulness of women in great emer gencies. It's orach the same in other ways. Women turn to the strength, skill and judgment of men in the crises of life. One of the most common statements made in the letters grateful women write to> Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. V, is this: " I owe my life to Dr. Tierce." These women have" found themselves in great danger. They have appealed ■xithout avail to local physicians. They ;iave counseled in vain with women advisers. The best that had been done for them was just to keep them afloat in the sea of disease with str...

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. — 4 January 1902

5 Z OTHING, EXCE*t- THE MINT, CAN MAKE > «• MONEY WITHOUT ADVERTISING. > J GLADSTONE. J VOL. IX. NO. i. The Dawn 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 Fancy Worsted Suits, in round or straight front. Colors, blue, black and dark brown, five different patterns; are regular $12.50 Suits. 812.50 Military Cut, fancy all wool Cassimere, guaranteed, tailored in tha 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 815, The wholesale price on these goods was $10.50. Blue and Brown Beaver Overoorts at $7.so—Sizes 35 to 42— these don't require a discount price to make move—Other lines at *i).") 0, $10.03, $12.50 to *1«.00 in latest styles. These you Should see C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. .SIO.OO Che eilensbum 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. — 4 January 1902

jf* "*i< MOULD you conclude to make this your trading place for X V«jfcx 9 1902. hor over ten years we have catered to the Wants o' this connmuiity. Expeiriecce is a great teacher, and we '*$»*^ J li< hope we have profited by any mistakes we may have made. With new room-, a larger stock, and better assortment than we ever had before we feel that we will be able to meet your every want. We were a little too enthusiastic when laying in out fall stock. We honestly believed that this was going to be one of the old-fashioned cold winters that we used to have. You know how the weather has been. Couldn't have been worse. Now the plain fact is we have too many goods for the time of year. Good store keeping demands that there be a cleaning up of surplus stock. Of course thay arc all good new, staple goods and could be carried over until next year, but that it not this store's way of doing business. We waut the room and the money they represent, so this will be New Idea Patterns^^zC^ Te...

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. — 4 January 1902

The Local chfews* — Pautzke's Pictures never fade. Dr. Dnlin, of Thorp, was in the city Monday. The county commissioners meet next Monday. \V. A. Thomas returned from Everett Saturday. —Saver Kraut, extra fine at D. H. Westcott's. — A big discount on dinner sets al Willis's Bazaar. c. H. Flummerfelt returns to We natchee today. The merchants report a splendid Christmas trade. Alf. St. John, of Thorp, was down this week on business. Miss Ona Lindsey visited in North Yakima over Sunday. —Sweet cider, the thing for mince pies,at D. U. Westcott'a. Editor Robinson, of the Yakima Ho public, was in town SaUrday. — Buckwheat Hour and maple syrup at Boss bakery and grocery. Mrs. A O. Wlshard is reported as being i a very critical condition. E. E. Wager returned Tuesday from a week's visit in the Sound cities. Willie Smlthson leaves today for Portland to re-enter the school there. -—Santa Claui headquarters for to) and C hristina* presents at Willis's Ba zaar. Joe Dixon, who is at. the hospit...

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. — 4 January 1902

A MISERABLE MAN. Two Years and Six Monthß Without Sleep. Sletfp seems to be m marry cases a matter of habit, just as eating and •'linking are habits. Tbe Arab whoM Assert life leads to abstemiousness, de c tales the offer of a draught of water, saying, " No thank yem, I drank yester day." He drinks only when thirsty, and like his own camels, he cam go long and far without water. It's much the same with sleep. When Gabet and Hue, the French missiona ries, were exploring Tartary they en gaged in the translation of the Scrip- tures, working without intermission day and" night. When one felt the need of sleep he lay on a coach, holding in his hand a ball, beneath which, on tbe floor, was a brazen bowl. When his muscles relaxed sufficiently to release the ball, it fell into the bowl, and the noise wakened the sleeper who resumed his work. But it is one thing to give up sleep and another thing altogether to be nnable to sleep. Those who suffer from asthma, bronchitis and other dis eases o...

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 1902

NOTMtNO, CXCCV* TNC MINT, CAN MARC StWSItV WITHOUT ADVBWTISINQ. OLAOSTONS. VOL. IX. NO. 2. The Dawn 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 flO.oo "tSmcy Worsted Suits, in round or straight front. C olors, blue, black and dark brown, Aye different patterns; are regular •12.50 Suits. »12.r>0 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 latrst cuts at $15. The wholesale price on these goods was $16.50. Blue and Brown Beaver Overeorts at $7.. r )0 —Sizes 35 to 42—these don't require a discount price to make move —Other lines at 99 50, $10.00, $12.50 to *1&G0 in latest styles. These you Should see C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe ellensburg Dawn, ELLE...

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 1902

You iWake No Mistake f HOTXI vos Doncla3t malae your trading platce :V Sl - ' 1 t .* ptcj fjefj -. t*T-. vt '.:a:t"t-: :•: :—t. \ r : -- J — ErpeaiectM v a presc teadbei true we sw*^* -'7'- fa• t profited bbt mistakes wemai :i»t mad* >• r.i. Dew r :•. "2* a. Jj»rget r.xt and betrteJ assortmeiii t&ax wt t f .-_ iiX :<t;»ct v t feel tijet wi wiE r.»t arj.t to nitt". tout even v ti - .. We ■etc a little tor, tz.;': _i_«.r...: irljeii laying .i enb £al ■cock ksisestlj !>eßeved -.La.: this be oat «f Uk :>ld~faakio»e»] cold witoteis tfati we osed :: ;-avt V:-_ kno* b>v :iit "s'~t:a:j!>tr ii£.? beexa. Conlos j have it:z noiee No* tit p3ais sad . ; we hate tot macro £-*'->:_; foi bane of yean l- xc i:xt keeping oetoaadi :1a: tibers be a. .-txi—iic up ofsazrprliti ■tock. 3tf course tfan art al good nev Slav"t r:>:•:*« a.ad coaMire carried owe nead jreai :~a: .» Dot :i.i iv.rt i way of doing bssiaaesc. W* wast the r/.a a.ii ::.t mrm»T ther revts.t'r.:. !:•'. will b...

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 1902

The Local cJ^ews. The Ramsay block is about com pleted. E. S. Stewart was up from Yakima this week. John Soblotfeldt visited in Yakima recently. J. J. Kryger spent aday or two of late in Tacoma. O. P. Short, of C'le Klum. was in the city Tuesday. It. B, Wilson made a flying visit to Tacoma, Saturday. George T. E. Blair, of Yakima, is in the city this week. W. T. Francis has secured a job on the new opera house. The recent foggy weather lias made business look gloomy. Frank Williams, of Toppeniah, was in the city over Sunday. Thomas Johnson, of C'le F.lum, was down on business Tuesday. S. T. Packwood sold 150 tons of clover hay for $8.80 per ton last week. There was a good turn out of farmers at the di:,eh meeting Thursday. Mrs. George Baird left Saturday for a visit with friends in Butte, Mont. We want the nov s. C ant you help us in the gathering up of the same P Peter Schuller left Tuesday for Seat tle, where he, expects to spend a few days. Mrs Mary Phelps returned this week from...

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 1902

"AGooaßcglnnlngiHahcß a M Ending:' That saying seems to have been born »f the superstition deep rooted in hu manity. It is akin to that other saying «He laughs best wins-laughs lasC Per haps in these arrd similar savings there is a survival of the old: pagan'belief that a display of hajptataa wa* likely to in cur t&e envy of the gods and to draw down the visitation of the malice which is twin to envy». It would be S fMiculous proposition to aflirm that bad is the necessary outcome •f good. But just as many a rlay which begins with a cloudless sky ends ra atom, sc many an event in life which promises only happiness ends fn disap pointment and misery. This is very true of marriage. The young wife goea heart and soul into home making and houacke*7»ae. She . lores to cook and prepare the dainties 'her husband enjoys. She is so robust and hearty that she can hardly find enough to do to exhaust her abundant energy. That's the way it begins. Af ter a while sbe finds that it takes all h...

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 1902

nothing, txcept the mint, can make Monet without advertising. gladstone. VOL. IX. NO. & A Bible and a newspaper in every house, a good school in every district—all studied and appreciated as they merit—are the principal support of virtue, morality, and civil liberty .-Benjamin Frankin. This Space Will Contain something of interest to you Next WEEK C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Che Ellensburg Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, JAN. 18, 1902. A Government of, by and for the People. ESTATE' NEWS-gg j Scarlet fever Is raging in Walla Walla. A lish hatchery is to be established near Dayton. The buttercups are in bloom over around Colfax. Yakima is taking steps to build an other school bouse. Frank E. Pells has been appointed postmaster at Ballard. W. T. Cavanaugh succeeds himself as postmaster at Olympia. Got. Moßride has appointed Dr. Heg on the state board of health. Natural gas was struck at a depth of 500 feet at Everett last week. Spokane is to put up a new high ...

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 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Entered Nov. sth 18v4, at the Postoffice. Ellensburg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. One Year, (if paid in advance) 11.00 Office south side of Fourth Street, be tween PMr] ami Maiu streets, rear of Geddis block. ROBERT A. TURNER' EDITOR. HOW TO BUILD IT. Numers ways and plans for building tbe canal bus beeu suggested. Some desire to have the entire sum of money invested iv the enterprise, owned by eastern capitalist, others wish tho peo pie of the valley to hold a one-third in terest in project and boar their portion of the expense. The Dawn has a plan to suggest and it is this: Allowing that it will cost (600,000 to construct a ditch that will practically cover all the arid land iv tho valley, we would induce local cupital to the extent of $200,000 which will perhaps furnish all the necessary money to buy that will be absolutely necessary to pay out. This would leave $400,000 to i K > sub scribed in v>ork and material, for all of wh...

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 1902

The Local cNgws. Mrs. Hawkins died en Yakima last Sunday. John Dale of Toppenish, was iv town Saturday. The commissioners court adjourned Saturday. Peter Schuller returned from Seat tle Sunday. Fred Butcher has been on the sick list this week. The Good Templars will elect officers 011 the 29th lust. Orlando Beck, of North Yakima, was in town Monday. »r. McCauley spent a few days in Portland this week. Jesse Gregory went over to Seattle on business this week. Go to to tho ditch meeting at, tlie court house this afternoon. Mrs. Mary Phelps was a guest of ye editor and family Sunday. Miss Warmtlth of the Normal faculty vissted in Yakima this week. A basket social will be given this evening at the M. E. church. Sherman Smith made a tlying visit to Toppenish a few days since. Paloma Schramm at normal hall on the evening of January 24th. Thomas Johnson, of CleElum, was in our city yesterday on business. Attend the ditch meeting at the court honse at 1 p. m., today. S. T. Packwood left Mon...

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 1902

MODERN MISERS. Men Who Starve Themselves to Accumulate Money. There is a certain fearful Fascination about the stories of the misers of the past. The money they accumulated was of no more practical value to them than the trinkets stolen and secreted by some magpie or jackdaw. They hid it from the sight and use of men aud iv silence and secret gloated over the useless wealth. To gathei it they lived on crusts or offal, grudged clothes to cover them and fire to warm them, lived starved lives and in not a few cases died of starvation. That was the old-time miser. The modern miser resembles this man of the past in the particular that he frequently dies of starvation. In his eagerness to gather money he pays small heed to the claims of health. He eats anything, anyhow, anywhen, and anywhere. He doesn't eat cru9ts by any means nor spare his purse to fill Ins stomach. The mistake he makes is in thinking that when a man has filled his stomach, that is the end of the busi ness of feeding. In...

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 1902

> NOTHinQ, CXCCPT THE MINT, CAN MAKE t MONEY WITHOUT ADVERTISING. j GLADSTONE. VOL. IX. NO. 4- A Bible and a newspaper in every house, a good school in every district—all studied and appreciated as they merit-are the principal support of virtue, morality, and civil, liberty.-Benjamin Frankin. This Space Will Contain something of interest to you Next WEEK C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe ellensburg Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, JAN. 25, 1902. A Government of, by and for the People. Q STATE " NEWSgft^ Lind is asking to be incorporated. Olympia has one case of small]>ox. Seattle is billed for a dog show April 9th. I'heny has organized a business mens' club. Walla Walla has formed a taxpayers league. Colville is to have a new jelectric light plant. The transport Dix, from Manila, is now at Seattle. Chelan is going to build a new city ball to cost. $5,000. Seattle is soon to hare two automo mobile mail wagons. "Only four oases of smallpox is now re ported from...

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 1902

THE ELLENSSURG DAWN. Entered Nov. sth 18V4, at the Postoffice, Ellensburg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. OneYeau, (.if paid in advance) $1.00 Office south side of Fourth Street, be tween Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddis block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. IF it would cost 8200,000 to linisli the middle ditch, pay the outstanding bonds and the law suits present, past and fu ture, and only cover 23,000 acres, of which 16,000 acres is now watered, would it not be much hotter to build a high line ditch covering 40,000 acres exclusive of the middle ditch, but which would water all of its territory at a Co-1 of 8600,000. Look before you leap. It is said that Gov. Mcßride has aT ready had 2.000 applications for ap pointments to the different positions and offices within his gift. My! BUI don't that look like the hungry horde of republicans are still able to line up to the pie counter nnd make their wants known? Certainly their gall exceeds 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. — 25 January 1902

The Local cJ^ews. It is Marshal Freyberger again. The Dawn is the city official paper. Thursday was pay day with Kittitas eouuty. The new bank is billed U) open Feb ruary Ist. Paul Fein made a trip to Yakima this week. Frank E. Craig made Roslyn a visit this week. Business seems to be reviving in all lines of trade. G. E. Dickson spent Saturday in North Yakima. An immense amount of hay lias been hauled in of late. C. I. Helm came in Sunday from his Columbia river ranch. The city council met in regular ses sion Monday evening. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Poland Friday. Jan. 17th. The new side tracks, throe in num ber, are now completed and in constant use. Miss Helen Smith of Port Townsend Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Hale. Mrs. GertrudeGiezentanner returned to her home in Kiona the lirst of the week. Mrs. W. H. Ollleld returned from a visit with her people on the Sound this week. If you waut the cream of local news every week, you waut to read The Dawn. Mrs. Georg...

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