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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. The Local cNgws. Mrs Laurendeau made Koslyn a visit I Saturday. Fassenger travel is very heavy both east and west. F. D. Schnebley spent several days recently in Tacoma. J. T. Travers made a visit to tlie Sound cities Saturday. Mrs. J. D. Hill who has been quite ill, is convalescing nicely now. Bert Larsen, of North Vaklma, was in the city a few days this week. Mrs. Home left Saturday morning for a two week-' visit in Mt. Vernon. John N. Burch returned from an ex tended visit with friends in Michigan Friday. It seems almost impossible for hay dealers to get cars enough to answer their demands. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomas visited with Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Thomas, of Thorp. Sunday. Miss Emma Francis, the efficient teacher in Reecer creek school, was in the city Saturday. Our job presses have been kept busy for the past month getting out briefs for local attorneys. Send Th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

s DEEDS ARE ILLEGAL. ('onl inued from page I. rtt urtfnor juries, therefore, for the general i>ii f• 1 it * may he permitted to conjecture thai n portion oI such right of wav is no longer needed for the use nl i he i'!iilrontl and title to ii ha- vesl til in whomsoever choses io occupy i he same. '•The whole of the granted right of wet' must he presumed i" be necessary for ihe purposes of the railroad us against a claim by an individual of an exclusive rlghl of possession for private purposes) ;i * "To repeat, the rlghl of way was given In order thai the obligation to the United States assumed In accept an if the act might be performed. Congress having plainly manifested its Intent ion t hat t he iit le to ami the possession ol the right of waj should continue in the original guarantee, iis successors and assigns, so long as ihe raiiroad wa* maintained. The possession by Individuals of por tions of the righl of way cannot be treated v. it hunt overthrowing the acl of congress as ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

Verge Of Insanity Despite Doctor's Care. Nervous Cramps in Hands and Feet. Dr. Miles' Nervine Was My Salvation. Slffplefsnops is at once a symptom and a disease. Just as soon as the nerves become deranged the patient suffers from sleepless ness. 1 deprived ol their natural rest tlie nerves soon lose a.l force ana vitality and while sleeplessness is a symptom in such cases it frequently becomes chrome and remains the chief effect of disordered nerves. Dr. M.ies' Nervine quiets tlie nerves and Strengthens them; soothes the tired brain ana permits sleep; restores 1 st energy and vitality and brings sleep, health and strength. "Previous to our coming to the territory three ve.irs ago, we lived in Virginia, and it was there that 1 got acquainte i with tlie Wonderful powers of I>r. Miles' Nervine. 1 had been under the doctor's care and taking his medicine for over two years, huttlie nerv ous trouble that was gnawing my life away grew iteadily worse. Iha i nervous cramps in my hands and...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

IO IS TYPHOID FEVER. AN EPIDEMIC IN YAKIMA The State Board of Health Has Pound Conditions to Be Very Serious. IS EXPECTED TO MAKE REPORT SOON It Reports the Clfy in a te-rful Condition But the Authorities Will Take Steps To Clean up and Purify. The state hnnrd nf health, composed of Dr. Charles B. Ford. <> f the United States Murine hospital! Dr. John NT. s. mple. of Spokane; Prof. W. J. Rob or">. of tl" 1 Asrripulturnl f'ollpgc at Pullman, and Dr. Klmer R. H>irff, S|,( '- pptnry of the board, has pome and gone. The Washlngtonlnn representative in terviewed each member of tho hoard and everyone and admitted that North Yakima had an epidemic nf typhoid fever. The member stated that there WPfe about 200 cases nf typhoid fever i:i JCorth Yaklmn and vicinity, there beb j* ninp eases in one hlnek, Tl p bnnrd admitted that the pity was | n n ploruVile <•< ndith n Iron, a sani tnrt standpoint and that thpre must be a :• nernl clean up throughout tbe c ty, Ope member of th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

M. Bartholet &, Co. THE BIG STORE Special Sale-Shoes and Robbers r\ O r r ICE WI NJ3C )W D IBP I .AY. Ip ladies Shoes We carry the Famous "dross" Shoe, made In Boston, Mass. These sh< so have the highest reputation for Style Fit and ('omfort. Plain Kid Lace Bhoe with Patent Leather tip, French heel and PQ QC thin sole tor OZiUJ Fancy Kid shoe trimmed In Patent Leather, with patent leather ttp,high heel,flexible sole,guaranteed CQ nn tn give sat isfaction vwiUU Good Kid Walking Shoe, with military heel, extension sole., a tine Q IE shoe for street wear siUiO J For tbe little ones we show the Watson Plummet*, Lace and Button. The most common sense shoe for 7RP baby that Is made, only ' Jwi Ellensburg's Leading Department Store DONT FORGET THE PLACED Additional Local Hallowe'en Saturday night. W. W. Swan went to Kennewick yes terday. Mrs. S. T. Pack wood has been quite ill of late. W. E. Miller of Seattle, was in the city yesterday. J. C. Lloyd made North Vakima a visit yesterda...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

12 Munsing Underwear.none so good-New Idea Patterns 10 Cents This will be a Busy Month of Selling at Wilson's. In the Ready-to Wear Department, n Never before have we been so thoroughly equipped to supply your needs iv every thing that this store sells. The store is constantly growing. Each year adds to our ex perience. We rind some new lines of merchandise that are better than what we have been handling. We add the new. discard the old. and thus present to you every season a better store. We have long since passed the stage when we depended upon the wholesaler tor our supplies. That will do for the "Old Fogy'hnerchaut who has not the enterprise and the cash to go to the fountain head aud obtain the best the market affords from first hands. For rears past, every dollar's worth of goods coming to this store has been purchased on the spot cash plan. Asking no favors, only the best at the lowest price, we find the manufac turers and importers quite willing to take our business on these...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

Cbe Glensburd Dawn. VOL. X. EIXENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1903. POLICY HELD BAD WHITE'S BURDEN TOO HEAVY Senator Gorman Assails Presi dent Roosevelt on the Race Problem. HE SEES EVIL IN AGITATING PROBLEM Maryland Democratic Leader Also Takes the President to T.tsk for Alleged Un due Interference in Campaign Mr, Gorman say-: "In his anxiety for the success of his party, President Roosevelt lias committed a most prev ious error In forcing to the front an Is sue which must be deplored by all the conservative men of the country, "In every country where the race issue has arisen it has carried in its wake lamentable results. 1 trust his earnestness and impetuosity may here strained, ami that he may he prevailed upon to accept wiser council. "The A has never and will never tolerate tin' social equality or political domination of the negro race. "From the day a cargo of Africans was landed and sold as -laves until this hour, the burden <i| the white man of t...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

C. L. COLLINS. w£>r SIDE. | Will Walter, bee bew digging pot*, t.vs .. .* weei The ir* glad acbool na» started. Now :'. mar- *<, rk. Mrs. G. Brock man ait- s.ster Irene apent Tuesday with Mr*. H..^*. Je**ie M.*. re and Miaa Fmma Thompson were :-a i...e-i> Mi*s A^- Mr. a-i Mr*. Turner and Mr*. Wal ter* were the guest* .f and Mr*. C. T. Kioeth am Mr. j:.i Mr*. G. h>:<xi ▼ ted .1. : Ft*t Sunday. si-e. E\>T SIDE. Tne faruter« m ::.i« en.i of the va..?; are bu*> ttteir j\UU« tUI» weea. Mr* Richard L.cc children re turnee 11- Missouri vue uay *t r( ; wuere -*:t Leer, visitiog tne sumner. M. .'■ x:* hia .i»e Paint er a*.... t a.c.-. U " vtfc. Mr. M. j. m. -a*.', r expect tv leave tv * few day > for uregon, * n*re they wiu apend toe winter. After tne vacation schooi w o:& is re* sumed A ith a ettenuence. i'nere *j now no iif^c??. - . 1 lor i-';*en*e*- r.c when the regular worn will be vigor ously advanced :..e holiday vaca* :. A* it - - - ;e:ec. to ;;.e so boo, a...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

Additional Local S. L, Post is visiting on the Sound. Ed Hill is visiting bis grand parents in North Vakima this week. You can buy lime cement, and plas ter at Bradshaw Bros. & Co. Word has just, arrived that Jesse Gregory was drowned in the Nome river a tew days ago. —For something choice in California canned fruits and tomatoes ask for the .1. t'. Alnsley at The A. c. | Sutler (!o. Mrs. U.S. Weed's line driving horse, "lien Bur" died Saturday afternoon. He was a line driver and the owner keenly feels the loss. John Turner had his left hand pretty badly hurt while unloading hay In Kleinberg's warehouse last Friday af ternoon. Dr. Kolch dressed the wound and it is healing nicely. Payne a Roe's grocers on Fifth street is one of the neatest and best arranged stores iv thecity. Their stock of goods is fresh and pure and their line is not excelled by any house iv the county. Have you visited their store lately? Well say, it is an up-to-date store for up-to-date people. Go and see it...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

Good Health M M feaiUte >: R. A. Puett, be.am & fc>eiain i r.c r«.;i-1 v & o - ■•- . - - - I - - J i ; market price. • . ' ? : ! ir: " " t fr\* 7* ~ \t? DAD rVT?T*HT I k/ / Ik- - ..? > UQRua f|) 1* 1 fi 6 p a y *%> Non-Magnetic Kickel Siivei c--=* Fully Guaranteed ALL JEWELERS Illustrated Booklet or. request, ihowlag COLORED FANCY DIALS Tr.e Erjland Watch Co. Farcr!'. B y. attrbury. Cobb. Cf!'c:s- New \ork, Chicago, SanFr:acisco. Wedding giT'ts, cut and sil yer. GOLDMAN'S. Seattle. Ellensburg Iron and Brass Foundry HOTEL SENECA The Place The Place T TH E • -. - - i 1 Coil u-.w- ilivftuOi I'i-.eCystrom PIPER & TAFT . : Oh BPfarfl and DAj II TRY ! ruu Lm ir\ i : IV' : - p v ; r» I M v - J ' f.,, 1. Any •*•' -: mi*ft may 1 tya of this me li .t.- rr >m his dealer and keep hi* st •• St in >rotis h -alth for week*. Dealers gener al I>' keep 111 v k-1 »ra i rnt Stock and I Poultry Medicine. If your- doeg I not, send c f * a sample can t ■ the m c tfn t irer...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

30 DAYS MORE 111 'VI \& Oi ty of Ivllom^liiii'ti.^ Saturday Nov. 7th A 1 | Alen's and HOW TO CUKE INSOMNIA. $.i.:i<- Snvrwt»«tlon* For Those Who SuftVr From sli'eiili'Ksni'i". For those who suffer from Insomnia and thus ilreatl the coming of the night ■with its wretched, sleepless state, a few suggestions are made. Disrobe iv the dark, for its blackness is supposed to produce n drowsiness, whereas light stimulates and arouses the activities, Just before going to bed take n Bponge bath in tepid water and, after lying down, relax each and every muscle, says the Chicago American. The legs and anus should be stretched out over the bed, and the besl way to lie is on the face. This is the manner In which baldes sleep, and their methods in this particular cannot well be improved up on. An excellent panacea for sleepless- Bess is n bag of ice. This should bo chopped tine and put In a rubber bag and then placed at the end of the spine. This treatment is particularly quieting to the ne...

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. — 5 November 1903

6 Ellcnsburcr Jlmun. Entered Nov. Mb t**4. at :h» Postor.ce. Ellens burs, Washington, a» entitled to second class postal rates. TSHks: Psa Yeah Cash It '-'0 Ijf HOT PAIL' WITHIK rBRBS MO STB 9 : 11 Jo Oinci: SIS North Main Street between Third and Fourth Streets, in Wrbo block. Thi« p ; is en file with ;he following adrer tistn* agencies: Alexanrer i Co., Spokane White 1 Advertising Bureau, Seattle. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County. 12.234 Population of City. 4.000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg. 100 01 R CANDIDATE. Senator Turner will be home from London one of these days, and it is a safe bet that hit personal popularity will not surfer by reason of the decision in the Alaska boundary case. The sentiment iv favor of Senator Turner for governor is getting so strong among democratic leaders over the state that despite his personal reluctance, he is likely to have the nomination forced upon bim. With the prestige of hav ing helped to save a portion of Alaska to the...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MOLARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. WRITTEN FOR VOL'P. READY REFERENCE Facts that Represent the Life and Activity of the Busiest Section of Kittitas County Ellcnsburg. Superior court convened Monday, .lames Sbaw spent Saturday in Taco ma. Seth Gear of Tacoma, was in tlie city Sunday. J. M. Newman, of' Thorp, was in the city Tuesday. Assessor Kenney went to Tacoma on business Tuesday. Fred Sherwood of North Yakima was in the city Sunday. Mrs. ,\. S. Randall and son returned to Roslyn Saturday. Mrs. .1. 15. Crane and Miss Eva spent Saturday in Tacoma. Dan Currle, of Thorp, spenl a few days in Tacoma this week. George Scbroeder went to Yakima on business last Saturday. B. F. Heed is confined to his room by an attack of pneumonia. The jury for the present term of court is drawn for Monday. Sheriff Thomas...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

s ONE NIGHT'S WORK _ Willies Soliloquy ever his Hallowe'en Exper i • ■ lence Have We Any Willies? "< )'ul folks Had to 'jfb »'HJ back A ml own' Last night. "Tun- Hailow-e'en! Well 1 should ftinanibnltite.] Inside there was pleasantry, Si">''. Merriment Ane such truek — i; . • ' Hull whets but wasn't she a trolley* Jooler. If i*. wasn't nailed down w. . ■ i: I'm a pair of bobsleds < in u.p ~i the Mi tin itist church spire To tbe Baptist bell rope! Math 1 a ii host out ol Y." ./_:-■'■'' ' - Jack-o-iantei n for a head. Tt | 1 ; ■■ Tii to the ».-it> And tipped over For' > — vi n —vm —summer cottages Without alliug into the ho *• once. t) >j; i 1 1 ill s And stole the o'apt'ei The school house bell. : i > s' ■ _ lesi .a'l'h: Tie- -el'- Ai " ■ I I :.. ■ a . . i i - i tv c o t Si ' < li • To attend a Hallow*eVn I . ■ the j" Ti Whew! but I see my finish — ' Ni Ti - "A men.' Gee. but wasn't it a night L er \ > r whiskers. When the life o : Mrs. Ru'.T was •: tngi in...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

Of Apprehension of Sudden Death. Twenty Years of Heart Disease. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Cured Me. T)t. Miles' Heart Cur< c ires heart disease. It has positively no ei|ual in lliat rey int. The fluttering, palpitation and heart puns readily disappear before its magic influence; the shortness of breath, the fi ightful smother, ing spells vanish after a short cout c of treat' nietit; the pulse beats become strong and regular, the circulation is improved so that the veins are charged with healthy, pure, life giving bl. «<d carrying strength and health to every nerve and muscle and re placing the dead tissue with s,,lid tli-sls. "For eighteen years I suffered from heart trouble. The least excitement caused se vere fluttering and palpitation and a! night smothering spells would frequent v caus mo to sit up in bed for breath, beside the fre quent physical pains 1 u:i> constantly in an agony of apprehension lest : i might bring about my sudden cad. 1 began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cur...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

(Counto ?snus« Roslyn News. \v. J. Robbtns of Ellensburg. was a Roslyn visitor Wednesday. D. s. Kinney made a business trip to Ellensburtf this week. E. E. Wager of Ellensburg, was lie re on legal httslness yesterday, V.„. N j, ... : n4 l is v :^:.:.. i ,. i. fV gijitef, Mr*. Pre.: Gllmour. Ivan J. Matin s wa*up froti '"• i - bitru over Sunday visiting old friend* Sebt«tian Karrer of Ellensburg, N visit : v z re'atives arc. friends in the city this week.—Miner. Wenatchee News. P. C. McGratb ar.d wife. ofStehekln, '.\ fsiiay business . .. _ . ■ . ■ vaoce. so it seems a ..::..*■ .'.t\e o.c. times in the office. Ruf - : keami i ther-ii ia* Mrs. F:' Pulton " - - | thigh t " W. Ii • - u\ to the Methow valley, where Mr*. Ful ton has property Interests. — Advance. Ditch Contract Lc. at - • - " . \ . • n«tt ' - - r t **. t V _ ■ " X r « Pai -■ ' N Va • _ • * • tract > al!> 'or it • " . - • wr.rJ a' - What The> Think. 1. • ' -' • ■ • ■ - jiuitioa •*r■ *• *t» 1 1 \"i"t * ** * i•. * •...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

M.Bartholet&Co. THE BIG STORE —^ Full Size Double Blankets 55c Good quality White Blanket, just the thing for sheets 60c Heavy Double Blanket in Gray with colored border 70c Extra Heavy Blanket in Gray tan; stitched edges o^c READY-MADE Sheets & Pillow Cases 72x90 Sheets, torn and ironed with 3 inch hem 6Sc 42x36 pillow eases to match iSc 81x90 Sheets, made same as above, extra heavy. .. 85c 45x36 Pillow eases to match 25c Ellensburg's Leading Department Store DONT FORGET THE PLACED AMONG THE CHURCHES. Hems of Interest Furnished by Correspond ents from the Various Churches. Mr Park's Sunday morning sermon was based on Paul's advice to Timothy: Fight the good tight of faith: Lay hold on eternal life. He spoke of the absurdity of the claim that Christianity is only suited to women and children, because it is in its nature weak and effeminate. He called attention to the figures of speech used in the Bible referring to Christi anity. The Christian is compared to a soldier and a ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 November 1903

.* 2 Some Store News That Should Interest Everyone In This Community w Stock of Drygoods and Clothing to ». t*av»onnQr, T ' "», 'f - *'-v. .' •' r c ft - -*-;.» •»f .' ( ,\\ f r * V li • .«i ...• i ' 1. .. i * A UivlLuAlili k experience and for several years con* ducted a store at L»aConoor. tie sola out,concluding to retire from the retail business, but soon t'.r:ng of a:i inactive life, he bought an entirely new stock of Goods ano started in business again about a year ago. It is needless to say that the stock was well bought and carefully selected. However other THERE WAS ANOTHER Which induced us to buy this magnificent stock.and here, as tlie Scotch bard says: "The best laid plans of mice and men gang aft aglee." The gro cery part of the business is going to move, and we fully expected by Novem ber ist to have the room it now occupies which would give us room to handle the slot k. We find it will be some time before we can make the change and we have ik, rooom to store the goods...

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. — 12 November 1903

Che ellensburg Dawn. VOL. X. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOW 12. 1903. NO. 46. SOME STATE NEWS OF INTEEST TO EVERYONE Gathered from all Parts of the State in Which You Are Interested CONDENSED FOR A HURRIED READING A Few Minutes Spent Reading in This De partment Will Give You the Gen eral State News. Three inches of snow fell at Colfax Sunday night. The Everett smelters will resume operation soon. Frank Dixon. Brakeman and Walter Parker, tireman, David R. fiuestli a pioneer of Thurs ton County, is dead. A great Improvement is being made iv the theatre at Riuville. The fr tit-dryers of the state are run ning tv their f til capacity. The temperance people of Vancouver will put a city ticket in the lield. Senator Ruth of Olympia, is danger* ously ill with throat and lung trouble. The Everett post-offlce shows a large increase over last year In total receipts The enrollment of the Washington State Agricultural College has reached 5:27. About si; miles of new elect...

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. — 12 November 1903

2 WINTER SUITS ,Mao'.abee» Attention! All who are interested in the organ ization of a tent in Blleosburg, please ca.i or leave addr* m at tbe Grand I'a'.i fic hotel. C. W. Ryan. State Deputy. Mr. ftyan will be in tbe city for two or three we«ks and will endeavor to stifjte a lodge of the Maccabees in this city ar.d if he meets with his is -a. s .<•- cent which tbe order deserves there will goon be a tent organized here. A Good Cow. I«aaf' Moore Informs us that his cow a full-blooded Jersey, which came fresh at the age of two years, and •'•as been giving now for three years, has a record to be proud of. Her milk wa test<-', Saturday b; S, P, VVippe] and It made a test of 1 11 She '.- r.ow giving but two quarts of rni:rf per 'lay. from which Mr, Moore says his wife makes hve po inds of butter per week. ■ •• • —■ fast Side. t'eder I'ederson is having his new bouse painted, arid plastered this week. Will Fortney and Lee Powell left for Misso iri one day last week Mis. Lyman < ...

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