ELLENSBURG DAWN

Saturday, October 4, 1902




ADVERTISED LETTERS

The following uncalled for letters remain in the Ellensburg postoffice, for the week ending October 4, 1902: BACHSTROM, Gus HARTLE, J. F. MARTIN, Wm. BLOMWIK, Peter INRIG, Charles W. THORNTON, R. W. COX, C. O. JOHNSON, Mrs. Jennie THORSON, Albert DEVORE, C. E. LEMONS, George TILLMAN, W. H. HARRIS, Charles P. LLOYD, Charlie WOLFE, Wm. HAYES, J. H. LORING, Wm. L. WRIGHT, C. T. HARRISIN, Miss Agnes MOOR, Charley OASHBURN, J. T.

NORMAL NOTES

Prof. W. E. WILSON, who has been suffering the past few days for a severe attack of LaGrippe, is again able to resume his work. A mass meeting of the students was held Tuesday morning, third period, to elect an editorial staff for the Normal Outlook. Each year
being entitled to a representative, the following students were elected: Editor-in-chief, Miss Ethel DUNKERY, senior; Associate Editors,
Verna SMITH, Elizabeth GIBSON, Esther STEINBACH, Minnie BUZZELL, Rose ADAMS; business manager, Wm McCLURE... The price remains the same,
fifty cents per year.... Miss WILCOX was confined to her room in the dormitory the first of the week by a very severe cold. She has recovered so that she can now
resume her work in the training school... Tuesday morning at the regular lecture period, Miss Ida Mae REMMELE spoke to the students about the summer on the Pacific coast, and
especially of her trip to Canton...

FROM THORP

Mrs. COLE, who has been spending the month with her niece Miss THAYER, left Tuesday evening for Pullman, where she expects to meet her
brother and family who are moving from Minnesota. Last Sunday as Jim HUTCHINSON was coming down from Cle Elum to spend a few days with his parents, his horse stumbled and fell down. On
examining the horse, it was found that the horse had broken its neck. Miss Minnie NEWMAN spent a few days in Ellensburg this week. The principal excitement this week is the state fair. Among those attending are Messrs. and Mesdames GOODWIN, WAGGONER, and NEWMAN;
Mrs. TURNER, Ed PEASE and daughter; Miss Minnie NEWMAN. Mr. and Mrs. SOUTHERN, of Goldendale, are visiting friends and neighbors. Thorp is quite a noisy town since the completion of two new side tracks. Mrs. MALONE is recovering slowly. It is hoped that the valley will agree with her and make her strong. Mr. F. B. RIGBY and his brother, Harry, spent Friday and Sunday at the RIGBY home. Mr. RIGBY was better for a day but after that he felt
just as usual.

PASSED AWAY

Mrs. Maggie STILL, in this city, Tuesday, September 30th at 2 p.m. Funeral from Presbyterian Church, Thursday, October 2nd at 2 p.m.
Mrs. STILL was well known in this city, being a daughter of Mrs. BREIGEL. Some years ago she married Mr. STILL and moved to Umatilla
county, Oregon. Besides a kind and affectionate husband, she leaves an aged mother and three brothers to mourn her departure. Bessie Pauline, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman BURROUGHS, died Friday, September 26th, aged nine months and two days. Funeral
services were conducted Sunday at 11 a.m. at the family residence by Rev. KENNEY. A large concourse of the neighbors gathered to express
their sympathy for the bereaved family. Friday morning, Oct. 3d, Myrtle Blossom PARRISH, aged 15 years, 10 months and 16 days. Funeral from residence Sunday at 2 p.m.

BALLOU - MILLS NUPITALS

Fred L. BALLOU and Miss Lena MILLS were united in the bonds of wedlock at the home of the bride, three miles south of this city on
Thursday, Rev. F. L. JOHNS, officiating. Only the relatives were present to witness the happy event. The young couple left next day for
Seattle where they will make their future home. Mr. BALLOU is an employee of the railroad company.

SCHOOL REPORT

Report of the school district 13, for the ending Sept. 26th: Number of pupils enrolled, 31. Names of pupils neither absent nor tardy: Amy STEVENS; Martha, Robert, Stella, Roy and Hallie NOEL;
Edna and Tillie BRYAN; Clarence, Ida, Mabel and Jay ROBINSON; Elmer, Otto and Elna EIDEL; Ellen, Ray and Jessie GREEN; Avery STEVENS, and
Homer STEWART.

THE LOCAL NEWS

Dr. L. N. POWERS of Cle Elum, was in the city Tuesday. Cash MOORE left three fine potatoes with us this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ROE returned from Seattle Monday evening. Chester BECKER left Monday for Portland to enter dental school. Al LAWRENCE visited in Yakima this week and took in the state fair. Rev. T. J. RANDALL will preach in Cle Elum Sunday and attend to the ordinance of baptism. Johnny CUNNINGHAM of Seattle is a guest of his sister, Mrs. George SLEET, this week. William LEWIS, who has spent several months past with his son here, returned to Loomis this week. Alexander DOUGLAS returned from Wenatchee Monday where he attended the fair with his horses. James MURRAY, a former resident of this valley, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Miss Sopha WALKER went to Yakima Monday on land business, to see the state fair and visit with old neighbors and friends. A. W. ELDRED and wife and Mrs. McCALLUM of Cle Elum, have returned from Yakima county Monday where they spent several days. Mrs. Henry HELVES left at this office Monday some very fine potatoes that grew in her garden without any irrigation. They are beauties. E. E. COLLINS of London, England, arrived here a few days since and has secured a position at the depot under Agent CHAMBERS. He is a
friend of N. T. McLEOD. Alexander MURRAY of Wentachee, was over last week renewing acquaintance with his family and old friends. Mrs. MURRAY left this week for a
visit at her old home in Canada. W. E. McDANIELS and son Grover, who moved to Seattle three years ago, were in the city this week greeting their old neighbors and
friends. Grover worked in this office for two years and more. L. N. McCANN bought the property just east of the public school building from Mrs. Sarah C. THOMPSON this week. He expects to put it good
shape soon and make very desirable property. The ladies of the degree of Honor and their husbands gave a surprise party at William HOFACKER's residence Saturday evening... George FLEISCHAUER, a young fireman, had his leg cut off accidentally at Easton Monday night. He was brought to this city by Dr. POWER of
Cle Elum, to be operated on, but died early in the morning. His people live in Pennsylvania. Rev. A. F. McLEAN and H. W. HALE attended a meeting of the Presbytery of the Presbyterian church at Cle Elum Tuesday and Wednesday. At
this meeting James MURRAY of this place was ordained as a minister of the gospel. C. V. WARNER spent Saturday in Cle Elum. J. B. MYERS put in a few days on the Localizer this week. Charles REED of Rock Island, was in the city Wednesday. T. B. LAMBSON moved his tin shop into the Cadwell block next door to The Dawn office this week. It was pretty cold Tuesday night, ice an eighth of an inch thick was found in watering troughs next morning. R. Lee PURDEN has been placed on the executive and advisory committee of the democratic state organization. Mannie KREIDEL went down to Portland this week where he entered the dental college on Wednesday. He will take an eight months course and
as he is an exceptionally bright boy, he will no doubt take a deep interest in his chosen profession. Ralph KAUFFMAN, Adam STEVENS, W. H. RADER, C. B. GRAVES, and R. P. TJOSSEM attended the meeting of the various state bodies that met in
North Yakima, Thursday, to try to secure government aid in building storage reservoirs in the arid belt of this state. Mrs. Will J. BOYD still remains very poorly. John ENGLAND took in the state fair this week. T. L. HENNESS made Cle Elum a visit this week. James STEVENSON is building an addition to his barn on the home place. J. C. HUBBELL has returned from a two weeks outing west of the Cascades. Mrs. Henry KLEINBERG and children left for Albany, Oregon, Monday where they will visit for a month or two. Miss WARRAN of Chicago, is a guest of Mrs. Bell MORSE at the residence of W. L. WESTFALL in the Bath Block. P. A. GETZ left this week for Colorado Springs, where he will attend the national irrigation congress that meets Monday. Mrs. W. H. RANDOLPH received a telegram Wednesday calling her to the bedside of her brother in Seattle who is dangerously ill. Mrs. VanALSTINE was taken seriously ill suddenly Tuesday evening, and but for the timely arrival of a doctor, she would doubtless have
died. The road election in district No. 24 will be at Jacob SALLADAY's old ranch out southeast of town on the 11th... Henry KLEINBERG is crippled up with a lame back. O. W. PAUTZKE went to Seattle Friday morning. S. T. PACKWOOD made a trip down to Toppenish Tuesday. Another railroad wreck occurred near Easton Tuesday night. Eugene ELLISON moved down from Lookout mountain this week. Val REIN and family are visiting O. W. PAUTZKE and other friends. Mrs. Ralph KAUFFMAN left this week for an extended visit at her old home in Winchester, W. Va. Mrs. A. H. STULFAUTH left Monday evening for a two months visit with relatives in York state. L. D. EMERSON came in yesterday after being away four months with the geological surveying corps. John HOSKINS of Roslyn, and democratic for county clerk, spent Sunday in this city the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. O. AMES.

SCHOOL NOTES

Miss Pearl PAINTER, of room two, spent Saturday and Sunday in Tacoma. Mrs. SAUNDERS, having recovered from her late illness, is again in charge of her room. Eugene PEASE, of Tacoma, has entered the high school. Hop pickers are now returning and we may expect an increase in attendance. Prof. CALKINS gave a talk to the high school on the good to be derived from the sutdy of the lives of our great men.

POLITICAL DEPARTMENT: DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET

Representatives: M. E. FLYNN, M. McCOLGAN Sheriff: Robert THOMAS Auditor: H. M. BALDWIN Treasurer: R. Lee PURDIN Attorney: C. V. WARNER Clerk: John HOSKINS School Supt.: W. A. THOMAS Coroner: John CATLIN Assessor: W. P. HIDDLESON Commissioner, Dist. 1 Rufus COOKE Dist. 2 J. M. NEWMAN

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

In the Matter of the Estate of John CLIFTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersignged, administratrix of the estate of John CLIFTON, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, ... to the said administratrix at her residence in
Kittitas county, Washington, ... Maggie CLIFTON, Administratrix of the estate of John CLIFTON, deceased. Dated at Ellensburg, Wash,
Sept. 13, 1902.

SUMMONS

In the Superior Court of Kittitas County, State of Washington. Arthur WALTON, plaintiff vs. Mattie WALTON, defendant. You are summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after the
26th day of July A. D. 1902, and defend the above entitled action ... The object of said action above mentioned is to sever the bonds of
matrimony between the plaintiff and defendant on the ground of abandonment by the defendant of said plaintiff. Austin MIRES, Plaintiff's
Attorney.

SOME ADS

W. H. RANDOLPH, Veterinary Surgeon. More than fifty years practical experience. Ellensburg, Washington. Residence - Main Street.
Office - COBLE's Barn. H. J. FELCH, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Ellensburg, Washington. Residence - Rooms 6 & 7, Horseshoe Block. Office - Rooms 5&6 Ramsay
Block. Wymond MILLER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Ellensburg, Washington. Leave orders at The Owl Drug Store. S. C. BOEDCHER, Real Estate Agent, Notary Public. Post Office Block, Ellensburg, Washington.

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