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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 February 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR IVHUUARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. 11. F. I Hair visited in I U»l> n Friday. O. W. Paut/.ke spent Sunday In Cle Khun. [•'rank Bossong has been lndts{ioßed of late. Hal -lack of Prosser, was in the city Monday. [{ ii. Stevens returned from Spok ane Saturday. Wm Briggs of Itoslyn, was in the city Thursday. Jerry Cross of Tborp prairie, was In the city Monday. W. M. Kenney visited the little city of Thorn Sunday. Mitchell Stevens vvus in tlie city Monduj mi business. I) \. McDonald of Parker, visited in Elleusburg Saturday, A. J. Hodge* made North Yakima a visit early in tin' week Dr. Otto King speiil several days re cently ;it lint Springs, Sam Kleinberg came over from Seat tle Sat urday afternoi m, Henry Keopke has been rather seri ously Indisposed recent ly. A number of changes in business lo c...

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. — 11 February 1904

A Trip Up North Cootinued frotn pa*e L their »■*•.•*..-&'. per* a*, £.:.z.~ the • tUI offices. Ned Pa;, an old South ern * ''.-j- on stage Iriver, waa mayoi r-i a saloon, another run a liverj stable ar.; the:-.' I a hotel. 7Ley a.. . , . . -.- ■ ■ < - — We remained in il ibj 1 it? j-*.:. no .*. of the ■ -' - ' . ■ ar. < i<.'.:;' * ere . xateo .-•** »•: .• •' • -' a.'.: other claims. I n... friend KaufT :.. . ■ ' ' • ■ '• ■ ■ , .. ... . .. - . . •. • r. ■■ - .'■.'. • : ■ - ■• . . ■ .... •. . - - . . ar.. ') *_-'»"• three pbea*>eou>i otbe . ■ - - i • .. seat Ol yjn auoiean t iium y. I.i c I .of ' I! wa» a*, tnat time of Ellensburg people and Eilensburg wa- base - ' . Jppit dep >t. '. :.a' .es Leroy, *'r.o for a time kept a bote] in Ellen&burif, was con - . 'ting a restau* raot ;n Kuby City at which we took f. ay meals while there. Several ;.*ars ia'er the writer run aero-, him at fie public, wr.ere :.-«i;s cooking for the Mountain 1.'.0n m.r.e. Charley c-oa.d...

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. — 11 February 1904

Additional Local Coming soon "The Bostonians." Mrs. Beagle is reported dangerously ill today. ( lay Smith was married in Colfax Tuesday. The ice harvest is on now in fairly good shape. George McCloud registered in Taco ma Tuesday. Martin I 'llil succeeded .lames Tbomp soti iii the People's Meat Market. A social dance was given ai Clarence Poland's residence Tuesday night. Miss Nellie Smith of Itoslyn, is a ■riiesi of Miss Mable Drown this week The socialist chili met In Fluke & Friends blacksmith shop Tuesday even ing. Mrs. A <'. Hodges returned to her home in Uutte, Moniaua. Tuesday afternoon. M. T. Mayer retur I iliis week from a year's visit at hisold in Elmlra, New York. 'j'. W. Farrell lias moved Into the store room next door to the PutmtlU Grocery company. Mrs. .lames 11. Stevens and Miss Nellie returned from their slay in California, Tuesday. 1,. K. Street mid mot her and Pauline Kenney. leave for their home in Lirook ■ton, I ndlana 11» i-. aftern i. Mrs. Bert Longrolr...

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. — 11 February 1904

A Forerunner of Spring The New Goods which Are Now Arriving. Xothing hut good dependah'.e Goods will he On the Drygoods side we now hive room than ever before. This week's special in There is hardly a subject so fascinating to a woman as r.::e Laces ar.z E::::./r_: deries. These dainty r.xir.gs are very esstntia". to milady's wardrobe. To buy these dainty crea ntions of the need'.e worker and lace maker's art. in beautiful materials handsomely fashioned at na.t pr'.ce or .ess is your tjrtvi.es'e unt'l Sat., February 13th You can buy Laces at «C worth lOC Embroideries at roc worth 20c Embroideries at ifc worth 2;c Embroideries at 20c worth aoc «»v% Our new Dress Goods for Spring are now in and ready for your inspection. The two stores welcome you. R. B. WILSON Clothing Dry Goods Laces and Embroideries 8 8 8

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 February 1904

\ nv\VN <>!•' HHKiHTKI't HOIKS A LKIH'rHOIJSN FOli THK N VTIoN'S KAFr'.TY — A 1 v a I'KoIM.K'.S VI !■' ST ATI-: \ OOVWUNMKNT OF .riJ-mCK !•' >'t ALL MKJN Vol.. XI. BY POPULAR VOTE. METHOD ES=CTING SENATOR Fruit Valley Journal Talks in \'cry Plain Terms on Governoe>hi;>. GOV. ft'BRIDE SUSTAINS A LIVE ISSUE Has His firm Convlctloni and Cannol Be Bought Would Hathet Sudor Defeat lor Governorship. The senatorial question Is pretty sure to contribute its usual share of com plexity ti> t lk- coming campaign. That it i> not an i«J« al sit vat lon.everj - body will admit, but the fact ri mains that rival contestants for senatorial honors will and, under present con ditions, must go to the very primaries themselves to lay the foundations ol their campaigns. There Is no other way in which they can get their claims and candidates before the people. That it adds confusion and bitterness to a complication already sufficiently confused and embittered i-, only an cident. There...

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 February 1904

- - - * - - - i : - - - - - - - ' ■ - | v . - - ' - - - Spring s a part-.;; lieve it is the Prettiest that I have ever shown. It ne -ccs a g'ca: many nev. -is - Madras md p c-:= cs md Dimi t £5 =-c - = -gc - Fr cc from 75c to S: 75. The nc s open a-c i as< your inspae- Mtrys Appare i. ilt s four Mcney's Worth er Your Monty Back C. L. Collins. : Do You Burn Coal? Roslyn Coal J. W. GIUIiAM. 1* a t •: - -k'- r-lt ... — :<atrp) - ! * - JiUT I ' ' - ran " - -l.- - ■ *i 3t * :■" - "j. * Bp - ' _•: zx-jl '■■ -' • "* - .-<•< - - :- ' i-^-iti '- '- T- ..- J| Ml : . . • - -TQ s Tie p: a ce T- E 7MU - • • Fresi aid Sal: Meat* F. _ r i;:i "icSl Tie Place

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 February 1904

H i 11... ] jiSA J] ...IS.! ..IS cash store; Our extraordinary sale of Torchon, Cluny and Vallencennes Laces and Insertions contin ues all this week. Special Sals Price Only S Ceils Per Tfjrt Do not forget that with each dollar's purchase from now until May 15, 11)04 we give you a coupon which en titles you to visit the St. Louis Exposition at our expense. Saturday February 20th 5 1904 Embroideries -s—Ti 11 wide, choice 10 cents. S. P. Foqartv's CJasli Store- Saturday Feb. 20th GREAT SATURDAY SALE SIMON. P FOG ARTY'S Fine Sheer Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries from three to seven inches wide—Edge Fast and warranted to wear as long as the cloth. The quality for which you have been accustomed to pay 15, 20 and 25 cents per yard In Ellensburg Our Price_"J Q Q_Per Yard Remember the patterns are all new, and a very large assortment from which to choose, and will be placed on sale Saturday, February 2th Great Embroidery Sale The Ellensburg Dawn OF ;CflsH store 3

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 February 1904

Ui.w.Ow t U i Population of County, 12.234 Population of City, 4,00 c Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, ioc EDITORIAL NOTES. i 1 V. ; ; ■■ . - - I i - I . i ; ; l h i . • are •• ■ a. ' *'••'•• ca'. parties. .:. - :la»s ol •• ni I ' aggrandizement a:.*; coronion tbe noted railroad *:. t.*:.a*e». sa>' oy (■-:.'• ' ora hi ~ ■ ■ lot in the :oming camoa jfoV In kmii par *'. '».' will fttaod aloof ar/. jfO to the - - ■ - gar»J!e*s of We are occasion illy remind© : 'i.a' it is our duty to urge the people of the country to 'turn o .*. in one sol •: oh il anx ar.o control the primaries o) both parties, th-is tending men of sterling ability, honesty ar.d integrity, to tbe county conventions, a.vi b> so doing, could likewise send tbe right kind ol men to the state conventions. Xow this is al! nice in theory and looks nice on paper, hut our experience of thirty year s in party work has taught us that three or fonr men well organized,work ing together -yiternatically and under standing...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 February 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR IVIIULiRRS ROASTED CO^EE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. Sleighs and Bleds came Into uso gener ally after the snow fall. A children's party wasgivon in Uam iay's hall last Friday night. Miss Florence Hitchcock has return ad from ber trip t" the Sound. Mrs. Henry Kleinherg is expected heme from Portland this week. Ed Whltson, of North S'akima, was In the city en legal business 'ihursdny. VV. 11. McKee and family spcnl Sun day »- guests vi I!. A.Turner ami family. Jack Osborn "I' Thorp transacted business in the city a few hours last Saturday. ('. 1.. ('oillns sp< i.' a few days en the Bound the llrst of the week looking! after business. C'has. Thomas, and Miss Mary I'eas lec. teachers in the TI m p school, were in t lie city Sat vi day. home with Mr-. I". I. (iray (luring thu remainder i>l i he winter. John Burnham who has been in the empl...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 February 1904

SC v .r JOC EN EVTS Keel, - t-«:ti x-: o. i t-il >■<-l*- • • -" - • • ■ l.il - .. *'H*ti i X r::.: -.1.1- - *»* i - • ' - - - ' - - - Li.- - - l.i.:il"i. .- A:.a iUstt'l - - - • - v-s. fk*e -j Aawe we Use eoeoe :' » .' • -".e::t =.»:e •? * ....... /. .-i— . L r 7 ■.ir fcoatc tad X .- **• tJ "^ : tr:: -i; 1&4 ♦ -?•;•.«* »»* s«tpC*S* 7:r l-: '.< ■ " — r-ri --i »t» : - rr««B»e »i »-.. I--' " tl . »»!••;-: "... :••-!:< F.S3*r»J *i .* - ;» ?ti Tcate b?«**s.j »-•* inn ■ • - ■ Wakeful? Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed 1 o. The ELLEXSBmc Dawk. «... o* nr«i«i '.• -> T Robert lb* Rocieesef -1« »* — .-**; •- i imci»f« i * *»J :•'• *• pecu.i»f ..... ;*BB*fa>«et s : - : * -I:;:*-*** vWtt* ffWI ■• ? !S « v.V.I Lwiileiia boa*l v .i.r.i toe m*etiafi »« 13 U ILDIXG BRADSHAW BROTHERS & COMPANY. Crce rs Promptly Filled, Sst.sfac::cn GLarartsed. X. XX". X A R R 1C I-. Cold storage Meats i ELLENSBURG MEAI COMPANY. k!TT!T\> N\ARkET. CENTRAL MARKE...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 18 February 1904

Additional Local Isaac I ill ins of Thorp, was in town Monday, Mrs. Phil Fltterer Is reportd quite ill this week. K. I". Tjossein began putting up Ice Wednesday. G. Wyngard of Itoslyn was a guest In our city Sunday. John Carse. of Liberty registered in the city Sunday. \y, H, Morris name up from North Yakima last Saturday. dn Tuesday !!• I'- Tjossein sold a nice bunch of fat steers. 11. L. Pelton came down from Paston Sunday to spend i he day. Frank MoCandless ol Tacoma was in to»vn tin 1 first ol the week. Mrs. W. O. Ames is suffering from from an attack of pneumonia. The Union Pish Market has added a line of Delicatessen to its stock. Paul Zipporer returned the Qrstof the week from a visit in the east. W. 11. Brooks, a conductor has been suffering from grip the pasi week. Las) Saturday I. Davles and wife of Cle Khun spent the day in our city. W. C. Crockett of Kaston transacted business In Ellensburg last Saturday. I>. |~ Deuel of Thorp, spent a few days this week with his fami...

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. — 18 February 1904

s A Forerunner of This remind, us that the season is changing and we are prepared to begin telling you of the many new things which we will have for Spring. With the changing of the season conies the changing of the store. The Groceries have been moved and we occupy their space with a Clothing Store The New Goods which Are Now Arriving. That side will be strictly a Men's Clothing Store. Here yon will find everything in the Ready-to-wear Line for men and boys. Cloth ing that is made to fit as well as wear. 1 his store will not consist of a few oils and ends, in the clothine 1 line, tacked on to a Dry Goods store, but a store within itself with as large a line to select from as you will find anywhere. Nothing hut good dependable Goods will he sold here. We think the best is none too good. No sh >ddy stuff will ever he found in this store. ():i the Drygoods side we now have more room than ever before. This week we put on sale all the Which have accumulated since our last inven tory....

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 February 1904

. nvWN <»k imn;im'.i; iioit.s \ uoriTiioirsu I'oii tiik nation's kal'V.i'y— A \ I'KOi'l.K'S SHI!' ()!•' ST \\ (I')VK IN ! !■! \l' ' )!•' I S !'!' !■'• Ml A fAj M !0N Voi. xi. UNFAIR ASSESSMENT j ASSESSOR COONSE CO.AiMI.rS Some Interesting Figures on The Subjovi of Railroad Assess- ments 1:1 This State. A MAJORITY ! AVORS HIGHER KATE AND That Majority Represent the Nineteen t". iun ties Having the Urges! Mileage ol Railroads in th* Stuli. 1 ■ - 1 - ■ ■ I - 1 1 1 ■ THE ELLENSBURG Eu.KN'SisriUf, Kittitas County, Wash., Kkhrtary 25, 1904 1 '. I'd. 1. .11 ■ii hi! 11 <*,I in ! I I'W, Mill 1 !' I'l I'll 1 nil county, A ;sor Hopkins of t'oltliiihitl county, iino Ain'tMii' WiNuti, vi Asulin -•1 iii: ■ ■ .1 r ■ » ■ - ■ ■ |- ■ 1 ':. .1. ! narry f • inse Assessor. ■ SAME OLD GRAFT ONE OR TWO CONVENTIONS The <"> »-iosti«»n to In-. Decided at The Committee Meeting Next Saturday THE GRAFTER.* MAY I VIL TU SUCCEED li.it the Political Dictators Will Get rhere With Both I eet and the Whip...

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 February 1904

2 SOME SOCIAL EMMS. Pler.ty Uoma in Society Cirties the Past Woti\. Uan.es. Sociall and Sleigh- in? Partio. - Last Saturday a largo and merry crowd went out to Lon MoCumbers place, four miles west ol town, tbe members of which do ibly enjoyed themselves, tirst In a jolly »leigh ride am. aft« i'wards in a iiar.o... at the above mentioned home. Those who enjoyed tti'- occasion were Messrs. and Met domes VV, < . Beece, Ernest Har,-tn, Herman Hodge, Mrs. W. .s. Smith, Misses 'J'i.iio, Lillie and Sarah liar row-, Misses Edna and Kva Crane, John Sheltoo, Bud Kruerson, John I'ott am: John McCumber. A RIDK TO TUORI', A sleigh ride to Thorp last Saturday evening was an occasion which afforded no little enjoyment to a crowd of I pleasure seekers, A dance at Thorp was tbe principal event that prompted tAe trip sod the enjoyment at the •urine of Terpsichore in that lieautitul little '.dty was aii that the lovers of the light fantastic could wish. They re turned home with ail parties intact 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. — 25 February 1904

1904 Sat. Feb. 27 CASH STORE! The new Wash Waist Patterns for Spring 1904, will be on display Batti rrtii S^Ttlx The Largest variety and most complete assortment of wash Waist Fabrics ever shown in Ellensburg. And in order to introduce this beautiful collection of wash goods we will place on special Sale lot iat Consisting of Tissue Bourette Fancy oxfords Boutonnc, Knick er Waistings. Killarney Dimities Waist Pattern Qalatia Cloths and Fine Lawns. Lot 3 at Waist pat {pen Be one of the first buyers, to save disappointments be an early buyer. Remember the date. Do not miss the great opportunity. Come and see whether you wish to buy or not. an early call will secure the choicest patterns of »Vash Shirt Waist , 69c, 89c each. We are giving 1-3 off on winter Skirts For a Few days only. T!vs is the last week of our special sale of Torchon, Qluny and Valencennes Lacet and Insertions at 5 cents per yard. We have just received a shipment of Ladies Taiior-mada Suit 3 the latest Spring-styles....

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. — 25 February 1904

4 gllcnsburj itaiun. i - Tir-.*- pro Oil•: \'. ROBERT A.TURNER ECiTCR. Population of County, 12.23s Population of City. 4.000 Bu>i a ess men an d Firms in Ellensburg, 1 EDITORIAL NOTES. :• • ■ - b • ; 1• I ■ - Df tax - 1 ■ -- ' SI ;i:. > a' ' - . - to be - .. . - f-ver • • 1 railroa eorporatioi ' • - ' a« a- - .-. ' - ■ ■ V ■ ■ Consumption old fa hi : : r c n p ■. i' • th Co: .• : . :: i years &Z' '• Salt : rk i .: can • it. ! ... : it-.: behind it is that fat i> the food the c insurnptive need; mo-;. Scott's Emulsi :. i - theW.od ern meth i of feeding tit t ) the consumptive. P rkistoo rough for sensitive stomachs. Scott's Emulsi >n i ; the m »st refined >i fats, especially prepared for easy dizestion. i reeding nim :a: m this vv ay, \v h: c h i s oft c n th c on I y ivay, : half the battle, hut Scott's Emulsion d >es more than that. There U some thing ah >ut the combinati : of cod liver oil and hyp >ph ■ - phite- in ~. Emal i that puts new life into the...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 February 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR IYIILiLtARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Wanl to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. Tlenry Kleinberg returned from Seattle last .Monday. E. S. Harrington of Spokane is over visiting friends for a few days. ,I.t' Sanger, of North Vakima, was in Ellensburg last Sal unlay. Miss Mary Vanderberg is recovering nicely from an attack of | Ulltotliu. ; .1. 1., /.ipperer in,idi> a short business trip to Seattle the lirst of the week. Miss Lucile Warner entertained a Dumber of ber friends Friday evening. Tic bachelor maids wi re enti r lalqed last Saturday bj Dr. ami Mr-. Felch. C. T Hubbard and .1. li. ' 'oyle, of Tacotna were guests in our city last Sun lay. \V. .1. MeCaustland of Seattle, came over Friday to look after his interests in tliis valley. A. S. Kendall, tie- miller at Thorp transacted tome business in El'eusburg the past week. Meyer A b...

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. — 25 February 1904

■ • I The Ellensbi'RG Dawn. • Ton NitjhU in a Bar Room. ' Tnere is plenty of good wholesome i-,, : ; ,-,jv In "Ten Nights in a Bar Room.' Tbeyankee md his "gal" furnUhing many a laughable situation. The play was written t.> please all classes and we:: the author has succe< ded, Nearly evervbodv baa re a I rr.e booa. at.-, tnej ... ['he S:„w, any t ' ■ - ' • -"' ' ■ ' ' -■ ... t ■'■ us art*ten N ' >c » The : ress ighout - :.c- west have - • - ■ ••ven n-.iv: ir BUILDING BR ACS HAW BROTHERS & COMPANY, Drde rs FrcrnpMy Filed, Satisfaction Guaranteed. I Cold Morale Meats * ..... .>-•» • - • I KITTITAS M . " .T. CENTRAL \\ARKE • Tb3 3ank of Ell3nsj^ 4U* Warning Notice • IthMßt :il.-.-it i p ( w.cropofngn ■•■ " " ' ■' ' :ir ""'t bete, »•• : - Property, p., „ t» * :-'lob .< ;t oueg -' ■■■ onnatfci«| .- HN BtirjOt '■ • ' • • *-< oTIEJJ : red two vetrou I' '•••Prop enji • from Feb 11. I*, a ' : "KADSHAW. Warning ('ame to the ( in :ar.eh 3 mile, ~- ■■' -i.-<j a .'. one...

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. — 25 February 1904

Additional Local i B.D. Salladay la very much Indls posed. Mix. Phil Pltterer is reported some better ibis week, A. c. Hender, of North Yak!mn, was in Kllenshurg Monday. Austin: Mires was in Seattle on business n\ er Sunday. r. M. Itandall of tloslj n, was In tin clty M lay aud Tuesday. W". O. Thompson of Walla Walla is iii tin' city \ isii inji' friends. p. E. Graig went to Itoslyn Monday for a lew days business t rip. Andrew Plodlne of Liberty was an Ellensburg visitor ilii~ week. John Travers spent the lirsl of week | n Spokane \ isiting his parents. Born: In ibis city al noon yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs. ( has. Stowell, a son. B.S.Phillips, of Seattle transacted business with our merchants last Mon day. N. R.Manny of Ellensburg went over to tbe Sound recently, to vlsil rela tive-. Arthur Lambson returned to this city Friday after a two months \i»it on the Sound. Uev. Murphy la conducting revival services this week at the Damman house. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Olsen enter tained their y...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 February 1904

s A Forerunner of rhe P -V Goods which Are Now Arriving. ■ > The Elleksbi-rg Dawn Clothing Dn bonds

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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