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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 January 1902

The Cycling Child. The Scientific Explanation of tho Change Formerly At tributed to the Fairies. In folk lore stories there is frequent mention of changeling! — children who were changed by fairy influence. Some loving wife and proud husband found their child weak of body, and some time! weak of mind. It grew up to be fretful, sullen und perhaps spiteful. It seemed impossible that love could brine such a child Into the world. So the child wns called a fairy change ling, a child substituted by the fairies for one whom In their envy for its lo.li ness they had carried away. We hear no more of fairy stories. Stern science says that healthy nnd lovely children must have healthy par ents, and that when the mother in her days of waiting and anticipation is nervous, anxious, sleepless and gener ally miserable, her child will be weak and fretful. How reasonable this is. The child cm have no strength which the mother does not give it, and how can the weak mother, who has not enough strength ...

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. — 1 February 1902

NOTHINCt, EXCEPT THE MINT, CAN MAKE MONEY WITHOUT ADVERTISING. GLADSTONE. VOL. IX. NO 5 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 Contain something of interest to you WEEK C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Cbe Will Next ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEB. t, 1902. Gllcnspurg A Government of, by and for the People. Q ffigSTATB NEWS^ ttltzville is soon to have as3ooo steam laundry. Colfax is to have an ii|> to (late opera house costing $57,600, The schooner "Resolute" was launch ed at tloqulam Monday. Harry Leland, the veteran printer, died In Seattle Saturday. A pet dog at Colfax was given a swell funeral In that city this week. Two accidental deaths occurred in Snohomish county this week. The business mi f Porl Angeles have formed a commercial club. Martin Pra/ier,of Kverett, was found dead in his bed Tues...

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. — 1 February 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. kutertd Nov. ."xli 1894,al 'he Postofflce, ElUnsbvrg, Washington, a- ent'uled to ssaonil das* |jo-i:ii fatei. One Y«a«, (If paid In advance) 11.00 Office touih side ol Fourth Street, be iwren Pearl and .Main streets, rear of <i»iidiß block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. Enoocrauk every enterprise thai w ill build up our city and vallej . Don't think the ways ami means com mittee of the inter-Mountain I rrigatlon Assoeiai ion idle, for thej are not. They will soon lie in readiness to make II full and complete report. Ik wo can get an overall Factory, on the co-operative plan, even it -tails on a small scale, il will mean mi small thing to our city, It may lead to much larger things than you suppose. Give it a welcome hand, anyway. If it is possible to obtain money on Stock to build the ditch from local peo ple, and it is, if the proposition is gone after in a co-operative way. we can build the ditch and never miss the money and tun c no burdens...

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. — 1 February 1902

The Local cKenvs. Sunday wag a pretty raw day. B. E. Lambson is on ihe Sound this week. The ice men report ice about a foot thick. Dr. Baker of North Yakima, was in the city Monday. Dr. Bean attended a sick patient in Yakima recent ly. Tjossem .!*. Son started to cutting and Storing ice Tuesday. Dr. I. I. Gray spent a few days on the Sound thil week. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Osborn of Thorp, were in town Saturday. Dr. Bean was called to Roslyn tills week to see after a patient. Fred Barrows of Gaston, was down this week visiting his family. \V. ('. Thomas visited liis parents In Thorp Saturday and Sunday.| The four inch snow fall on Wednes day night was not a surprise. Miss Lizzie Kelly of Seattle, visited friends in this city last week. The Commoner, Bryan's paper and THE Dawn one year for $1.75. Miss Rosa Mlchels is again at home after a month's visit on the Sound. County treasurer Purdin is spending a few days on the Sound this week. Jacob Bowers is reported as doing fairly well, but s...

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. — 1 February 1902

A Chance For L A CRY OF WARN INN ANS) OF HOPE. History repeats itself. When the first dam burst or reservoii wall save way and tile man on hoi ehaek sped down the valley with the alarm, he was doing exactly what would he done tltlder the same circumstances geliera lion after generation. He vva giving the people in the line ol the 11 lod v chance for life. The man or woman who in sotnt sud lien peril has been plunged in the en gulfing wave, or caught in an upper chamber of a burning house; these know how all of present and future can be gathered into that brief sentence, " A chance for life." There is another class of people, those in danger from disease, who understand how much lies in those few words There are men and women living to-day in healthy, active enjoyment of life who can look back to the time when they were weak and emaciated, coughing un til the blood trickled over their lips, see ing no hope of escape from that dread disease consumption. Hut a chance for life came to t...

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. — 8 February 1902

• NOTHINO, CXCCPT THE MINT, CAN MAKE P MONCV WITHOUT ADVERTISING. £ GLADSTONE. VOL. IX. NO. 6. 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 Contain something of interest to you WEEK C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Will Next ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEP, 8, 1902. eilcnseurg A Government of, by and for the People. STATE NEWS The Oreat Northern is preparing to build a new depot at Everett. The Clallam Day Record is running 22columns of land notices. The Athens flouring mill at Walla Walla is about to go into the bunds of a receiver. Six children were badly injured by an explosion of a stove tank at Whatcom a few days since. Jeff Taylor of Klickitat county lost 260 sheep last, week. They smothered to death in a jam. The grain receipts of Tacoma during the first 27 days of 1902 averaged «t> car loads per d...

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. — 8 February 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Entered Nov. sth ism. at ihe Postoffice, Ellensburg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. OKI Yhiab, (H paid in advance) *l.t)o Office south side of Fourth Street, be tween Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qeddii block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. We are often amused at people who talk as though they wauled to see the government own and operate the rail roads and telegraph but the mere men tion of the fact being a socialistic idea is like Haunting a red rag in front of a buffalo bull. READ the bill on irrigation published in this issue. Of course, it will not be come a law at this session, as there are too many blockheads in congress who have only pet schemes and personal friends to look after, but the lime will come when ihe people of the arid dis tricts will get help from the govern ment, and ii will he welcomed too, even if it is along socialistic lines. There are those in our community who desire that all push and business e...

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. — 8 February 1902

The Local cNeivs. Editor Schnebley has donned a new overcoat. Rev. Robt. Warner was in the city this week, The new bank starts off with a good business. Born, to W. R. Thomas and wife, re cently, a son. Charles Manners left a few days ago for Spokane. F. A. Snyder spent a day or two in Tacoma this week. T. L. llenuess made a business trip to Yakima this week. J. H. Welsh, of Roslyn, was down on legal business, Monday. '"he Spokesman-Review and THE Dawn one year foJ $1.00. Johnny Waggoner, of Thorp, was in the city Tuesday evening. Wink Wilkins, of Seattle, spent Sun day with friends in this city. The Washington State Bank opened its doors for business S onday. L. L. Sharp returned to his head vuarters in Spokane Saturday. A grand mask ball will be given in Thorp hall on February '21>t. The Commoner, Bryan's paper and Tie Dawn one year for $1.75. A social dance will bo given in Thorp hall Saturday evening. Feb. Bth. Born, to F. A. Winchell and wife one night during the past 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. — 8 February 1902

The Woman's Choice. Will She Choose Dr. Experi ment or Dr. Experience \ Put the question plainly to any woman : Will you choose the experienced or the experimenting doctor? and there's no doubt alwmt the answer. What woman wants to be the subject of experiments, to drag out weary months while the unskilled practitioner vainly tries various medicines, and charges the sick woman liberally for his experimental failures? Yet willing or unwilling a great many women have to go through just such an ordeal. Their disease baffles the local physician. He tries all he knows to effect a cure aud fails. Sometimes this goes on for months, sometimes for years, the woman meantime suffering daily torments. Perhaps the difference between the "doctoring" of experiment and experi ence cannot be better shown than in the following statement: * For seven years I was confined to bed most of the time," writes Mrs. M. P. Davis, of Honaker, Russell Co., Va. " I had four doctors and they said I could not be cu...

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. — 15 February 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 7. Tlie Dawn Stands for tlae best Intere This Space Contain something of interest to you WEEK C. L. Collins CLOTHIER. Will Next ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEB. 15, 1902. Ocnspurg A Government of, by and for the People. Q ESTATE " NEWSgg j The Ked Men's carnival at Walla Walla has closed. The Northern Pacific station at Sim coe has been closed. At Republic a few days since a G. A. It. post was organized. Seattle bas a new morning daily call ed the Washingtonian. Another rabbit drive is now being planned for Blalock island. K. B. Moore is preparing to build an $8,000 residence in Yakima. The Bortholet hotel in North Yaki ma was robbed a few mornings ago. Heavy rains have been falling in the Palouse country for several days past. Burglars stole $2,000 worth of goods from W. Krlichman's store in Tacoma. Prof. J. H. Miller, principal of the Cheney normal school, has resigned. A vein of coal 11 feet thick has been discover...

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. — 15 February 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. •ntered Nov. sth 18>.4, at the Poetofflce, Ellensburg, Washington, as entitled »© second claes postal rates. OHM Ybaje, (if paid in advance) 11.00 Offloo south side of Fourth Street, be tween l'eurl and Main streets, rear •t tieddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. Work for Ellensburg. WORK for Kittitas couuty. PATRONIZE our advertisers today. We have just received from Senator Turner a large lot of farm bulletins which we will gladly give out to our friends who desire to call and get them. The Northern Pacific's December looi, gross earnings were 13,336,220, showing $17!),!i2.'i increase. Total net earnings, 11,273,374 for tbe month, showing *10ti,320. We desire to once more urge the peo ple of this city to consider one of its greatest and growing needs, that of or ganizing a businessmen's club, or some thing of that nature, to look after the tide of immigration that is bound for Washington in the early spring. Who will be the tirst to ma...

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. — 15 February 1902

The Local cKews. Snow? It couldn't help it. Sam Craig left for Spokane Thursday. Sara Pearson went over to Seattle on business Tuesday. ' D. A. Brownfield, of Toppenish, was in the city the past week. Charles Coleman registered at the Tourist in Tacoma Saturday. W. Luff went over to the Sound Sun day to be goue a week or more. George Woods and wife, left Sunday for an extended visit in Seattle, Strangers are coming iv every day with a view to locating with us. During the absence of the city clerk Robert Hovey acted in his stead. Clark Burroughs, the city driver, is confined to his bed with rheumatism. W. J. Walker, editor of Freeman's Labor Journal, was iv town Saturday. Mrs, Rodney Palmer left on Monday morning to visit relatives on the Sound Rev. Crocket begins a series of meet ings at tbe Christian church this even ing. Rev. Richardson, of Yakima, preach ed at the Christian church Sunday at 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bornell, of Two ma, are guest of Mr. aud Mrs. B. S. Weed. Mrs....

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. — 15 February 1902

Monsters and Microbes. How the Microbe Would Appear If Magnified iv Size lo Cor respond With Its Power. The world has always believed in monsters —great dragons of the land, and huge serpents of the sea. As a rule these monsters have been fairly peaceable, and beyond frightening peo ple occasionally, they have done little recorded harm. The real calamities of humanity have come from the smallest forms of life. The minute microbe has slain its millions upon millions. If this microscopic form of life were depicted iv size and form equal to its danger and deadlines* we -bould see a monster which would dwarf into insignificance all the monsters ever begotten by hu man imagination. The microbe haa this in common with the fabled monster, its food ia human flesh and its drink human blood. It battens on slaughter. For centuries medical science fought this inicrobic foe in darkness. The presence of the foe was recognized, its deadliness conceded. But it was ever an invisible foe, unknown and...

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. — 22 February 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO S. Tlic* n.iAvn «tels* for- thut* ty&mt [titereßta of lOUeiislmrjLs and IClttlt*i» Vallejr, The Aftermath Stock-taking reveals the fact that I have t<n> many 1< ts of (broken sizes) of CHILDRENS' VKSTKK SUITS. These are three-piece suits, with vest buttoning behind. Also a lot of single suits, principally ages 6 and 7. No two ALIKE. Boys' two-piece (coat and pants) suits, some few with sailor collars. HERE Are a FEW No. 4425 one each, ages 4 and 5 former price $3 50 cut to $2 25 m K4711 •• •• '•• 3, 5, (i " " 350 " 200 it weiou it i. .. •(_ 5 ( (j ii " 400 •' 200 " 220K " 11 " 5 and (i " " 475 " 300 i. 3_ w .. ~ o ;{( (1) 7 ) i, no :j AO " 300 Hoys t wo-pieoe f§llite»S No. 5220 cue each ages 11, 12, 14 former price 15 00 out to $3 50 '• 3)84 •■ " |n. il. 12, 13, 14 •' 550 " 3 .V) '• 6054 « " 13, 11 and Id " 300 2 00 If you are interested, or expect to be, why not investigate—AND THAT SOON. HavQ you seen the line of LINED MI.TS a...

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. — 22 February 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Kntered Nov. sth INU4. at the Postottlce, Ellensburg, Washington, as entitled »second class postal rates. Ohh Ykak, (if paid in advance) 81.00 Othce south side of p ourth Street, be tween Pearl and Main streets, rear <M tieddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. Tun bill to repeal the war taxes has unanimously pas«ed the lower branch of congress. Thk United States senate has ratified the treaty providing for the acquisition of the Danish West indies. IK we are going to build a ditch, for the sake of the valley and the city, build it high enough to at least cover all the land possible. To build other wise will prove a detriment. II tht money can be bad for a low line, it can be had for a high line jTtst as easy. THE ditch committee have about completed a report to be submitted to the people. When this is done, let the people speak their sentiments in open meeting. Those who are in the habit of talking in public ought not to be allowed to do a...

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. — 22 February 1902

The Local cNeivs. p c, Clark spent Sunday in Tacoma. Miss Boird registered in Tacoma, Sunday. G B, A very was in Tacoma, Sunday, on business. L T. Castor, ol Yakima, was in the city Tuesday, Robert tredalc, of Tacoma, is visiting G. T. Atwood. Attorney Short, of C'.eElum, was iv town Monday. Frank Wheeler, nl Yakima, was in town Saturday. George W. Elliot! was in town a few days this week. John Turner visited the Hay ward ranch. Sunday. Mrs. H. V. Hinman is seriously ill with pendlcitls. L G. Thomas, of North Kittitas, died Monday evening. B. H. Lambson has returned from his visit to the Sound. J*. W. Witherop, of Spokane, was in the city Thursday. R. B. Wilson spent a few days in. Tacoma this week. J. M. and J. 11- I oughlin registered in Tacoma, Tuesday. Homeseekers" rates over i he Northern Pacific begun Tuesday. Charles Schroeder was in the city on business last Saturday. E. E. Wager returned from a visit in Seattle Monday evening. James Kessltng, of North Yakima, spent Sunday I...

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. — 22 February 1902

CHILDISH COMFORT. "Never Mind, Mamma, Baby Loves You.' But the childish voice is almost un heeded. The wife and mother has come to a place where love cannot comfort her, where even the voice and words of love are so hlent with her own misery that they seem to increase it. imagine a magnificent orchestra play ing in a factory amid the ring of Ham mers and the rattle ami groaning of ma chinery. The discords would dominate the harmony and the harmony itself merge into discords. That is the way it is with all the music of love wht/u a woman is wrenched and racked by pain. It seems to become part of the very dis cord of her life. When the cause of this suffering is sought it will almost always be found to be womanly disease. The throbbing head, the aching back, and the dragging down feeling are but symptoms of a disordered and diseased condition of the delicate womanly organism. When this fact is understood the one thing for the weak and sick woman to do is to look for a cure of the dise...

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. — 1 March 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 9. Tho I>;iwii S(:in(9s for t :lt*© I >o>it InterestvS of l£ 1 loo>*l>o oocl I-C it lit i • Vnlley. The insit h ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Stock-taking reveals the fact that I have too many lots of (broken sizes) of Childrens' VESTEE Suits. These are- three-piece suits, with vest buttoning behind. Also a lot of single suits, principally ages (> and 7. No TWO ALIKE. Boys' two-piece (coal and panes) suits, some few with sailor collars. Space will not permit me to enumerate "all, but HERE Are a FEW Xo. 4425 one each, ajfes I ami 5 forim r price *•'! 50 cnl to $\1 25 •' 8419 •■ ■• •• ::. 5. ii •• •• :i .",ii •• 2on " 8320 " " •• 3. 5. ii •• " 400 " 2 IMI '• 2208 " •• " 5 ami ii •• ■■ 175 " ;: no '• 3378 •' " '• 3. li, 7. Il ''. " 350 " 3 IKI 1 ioym two«plece J?4tiit>*s No. 522H ene each ages U, 12, II rormer prleo $5 00 cul lo $3 50 " 3184 " " " 111. 11, 12, Hi, 14 " 5 ."ill " 3 Till " 0054 " •' " 13, I I anil 111 " 3 Oil '• 2no If you arc-...

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. — 1 March 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Kntered Nov. nth IBttl,atthe PostolHce. Kllensburg, Washington, a- entitled to second class i lost a I rates. Onk Year, (it p»ld iv advance UI.OO Office south side of Fourth Street, be tween Pearl ami Main streets, rear of Geddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. With a good business club we can reasonable expocl lo accomplish some thing now. LET'S have a long pull, a si rung [mil and a pull all together for city am! valley. LAY aside your petty jealousies and bickering and get down to work lor the Kittitas county , regardless of section. PUT your shoulder lo the wheel and push for the upbuilding of any enter prise that will help Kllensburg and Kit titas valley. Yur must give both of your time and money if you expect to see any public enterprise succeed. A small leak »ill sink a big ship and a single dead beau may block a good move. EVERY live and wide-a-wake rancher In the valley should become a member of the Ellensburg Club once. The in tere...

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. — 1 March 1902

44 They cAre Coming" The Local cHews. Hunters, i>ui awaj those nuns. W. K..3lilU'f was in the city Wodnes day. J, t'.'Llnyil vvenl over lv Taoonm this week. J. T. Wix was nji from Topi>onish Saturday. Geo. Wood returned from the Sound this week. The new opera house will soon l>e completed now. The painters are al workin the opera house*this week. Sam. Steinberg returned to Seattle Monday evening. Sam Kleinberg returned to Seattle, Monday evening. W. K. CJrewdson painted W. C. Roe's house this jv.eek. Will J. Boyd spent a few days this week in < leElum. Rudolph Fein Is now working In the City Fish market. Mrs. : Fritz Genessee, of Rosiyn, wa in town this week. Frank Williams, of Toppenish. was in the city Monday. B. F. Reed spent a few days in Sound cities the past week. The county offices were all closed Saturday, likewise the postoffice, .1. P. McNabb lias been confined to his room this week with la Gripp '. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. ICd. Kriekson, of Hast Kittitas. February...

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