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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 May 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FA fICY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR jVIIIiIiARS ROASTED COffEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. John W. Dixon is Indisposed tins week. Neal VanderblH moved Intx) town this week. John M.Newman of Thorp,was in the city Wednesday. John Gibson ami Agnes Kineth vis ited in town Sunday. Mrs. A. 11. Stillfauth Is quite ill with pneumonia tins week. Ous Hansen of Seattle, spent a few days In town this week. Clay Butcher resigned his position gs count) surveyor Monday. Born. To Mr. and Mrs. Dell liiegle, Tuesday evening, a daughter. Tbe county commissioners were in session Monday and Tuesday. Tbos. P. McCaustland came up from Yakima yesterday on business. Fred Taylor left Mondaj f« >r < tregon, where lie will spend tbe summer, Peter Oarvey has bad his residence repainted ami otherwise beautified. C. T. Kineth aud Lee Butler re...

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 May 1904

6 FOES IN AMBUSH. THE HIDDEN PERILS OF THE PAST AND PRESENT. When the Puritan passed through the forests of New Ktlgland, he realized that his greatest danger was from hidden foes. Therefore, he was armed ami vigilant. The enemies a man can set he can fight, Out the enemy that skulks in darkness unseen, he he ever so weak, is to he dreaded by reason of his in- Tisihilitv. The tors that threaten the life to day are all ambushed. There is no fenr of tlie "arrow that flietli by day," for the day of the arrow is past and K" ne - Hut the "pestilence that walketh in dark ness," is still a thing of terror, because It strikes suddenly from ambush. Let the word pestilence be only whis- pered end fesr grips the heart. Homes sre forsaken. People Hock to the rail roads frantic to escape from the infected city. But shout a warning against dys pepsia and who is alarmed ? Nobody. Yet dyspepsia in the diseases to which it tends, is responsible for moie deaths an nually in tlie i'nited Mates than pe...

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 May 1904

Additional Local Superior court was in session Mon day. Joe HiU has been quite sicn this week. Mr. und Mrs. Peed'e baby is very sick. Ed Kingry went over to Scuttle on Saturday. Cm Dunning of Liberty, was In the city Saturday. joim VanAlstine lost a tine cow of bloat yesterday. Mr. Kahler left last evening for a visit In Spokane. Miss Minnie ( lark is slowly Improv ing after a long illness. Born, to Frank Bradshaw and wife, Monday, May 4th a son. John Clerf made a trip to Moses lake this week to look after his sheep. Sheriff (leant and C. H. Hlnman, of Yakima were In town Wednesday. It is reported that A. Welly has lost a number of cows this week of bloat. H. C. Ackley is remodeling the real deneeofO, Hlnman on I'earl street. A sister of Mrs. J. E. Thomas arrived Monday morning from North Dakota. The hand will give an open air con tomorrow night preceding the opera. Excavation began today at Fifth and Pearl for the new drinking fountain. Nelson Nanney left for Evensville, Indiana, y...

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 May 1904

s A OME time ago we bought a drummer's sample line of Shirt waists; and plac, lem on S sale Saturday, April lOtH when they are needed at ha f their real vain.. We have divided them into lots aud priced then, at 2 5 c, s oc, 75C and $1.00. There are waists in the lot that are worth *3-°° in the regular way, none worth less than 50 cents. We do not expect this lot to last over two .lays, SO take our advice, come early and supply your Shirt Waist needs for the summer and save one-half. " We have a few Art Squares left—you know we are selling them out at cost—Also Mattings. If you need mattings and want to save a third on them, buy now. We ask the men folks to keep our Clothing Department in mind. This is a com plete store within itself. Here you will find everything needed in Suits furnishings and Hats. There is a great difference in Clothes. Ours have a certain well-defined character that imme diately conveys that pleasing im pression which is always createc by a garment that possesse...

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. — 5 May 1904

Supplement to The Ellensburg Dawn Baplitt Church. A large audience gathered at the Baptist church last Sunday evening to listen to the address by the pastor upon Morinonism. He said, in part: "When Sir Walter Scott lay dying, he asked his son-in-law, Mr. Lockhart, to read to him from the Hook. Mr. Lockhart asked him what book, and he answered: •There is but one Book.' But now we are told that there is another book, equal in authority aud power to tbe Holy Bible, called the 'Book of Mor mon.' Mr. Orson I'ratt, one of the original twelve Mormon apostles, says: 'This book,' referring to the Hook of Mormon, 'must be either true or false. If true, it is one of tlie most important messages ever sent from God to man. if false, it is one of tlie most cunning, wicked, bold, deep laid impositions ever palmed upon the world, calculated to deceive and ruin millions who will re-, ceive it as the word of God.' Rev. D. 11. Bays, a man who formerly was an elder in the Mormon church for a long perio...

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 May 1904

DAWN OP UItUtHTEH HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOX THE NATION'S SAFETY— ' ' A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE \ GOVERNMENT OF .11'S I'M IE FOR ALT. MRJN Vol. xi. COMMISSIONERS' SESSION. Allow Many Bill" and Rescind the Order of Appointment of Came Warden. The board of county commissioners of Kittitas county mot in regular ses sion Monday, May 2d with all members present: The appointments of game warden, .lames Stevenson and deputy game warden 8, R. Justham, are hereby re scinded. The following bills were examined ami approved, and warrants ordered drawn on the following funds: COUNTY CCRKBHT KXPKNSK rUNUI V? M Price, April.board for prisoners tM su Hornhock .v. Hun.ml labor and supplies II .. jerry Pattensude, Mdse T L'Henness Insurance premiums nob CleElum Echo, | rintuik- 35 ™ Williams Smltlson & (.'o. supplies i *' Pioneer Bindery. Stationery Mj H. C. Ackley. repairs • "" Ellenaburg Dawn, stationery 30 no Pioneer Htnderv. blanks n Ellenaburg Transfer Co.. hauling 5 N w Imp. Co. coal for paupers...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 12 May 1904

2 Men's Apparel, All Ages. Red Men Council. < m the eve of May 9th tic honored lied Men met with tic pale faces at Kleinberg's hall and re-organized Kit titas tilbe No. »li Imperial Order ol licit Men. The following visitors re-kindled the council lire that made tln> tribe known again on the hunting grounds of the Kit) iias valley. Frank Powd, Qreat Sachem, Seattle;! H. 11. Kn 1 it--, (ireat Keeper of Wam pum, Seattle: I. J, Wallace. I 'ast Sachem, Seattle; W. \. Standen, I'asi Sachem. Seattle; S. U. (table, I'asi Is ichem. Seattle: J. L. King, Past b ichem, Seattle; frank Smith, Pasi t-.ichem, Seattle; A. M. Watt, Pasi .- ichem, Seattle; M. Paup, Pasl Sachem, Seattle; 11. I',, i lobbins, Ureal Senior Sagamore, ICverett; VV. »i. Ackermun, (ireat Junior Sagamore, Tacoma; W. W. Llewellyn, Past Sachem, L'ucoma; fr\ 1.. Sherman, Pusi Suchem, Index: J, ti. Ash, l'a-i Sachem, Leavenworth. The above named with a number ol old lied Men ol lln> place aim main pale laces, numbering i...

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. — 12 May 1904

2 Men's Apparel. All Ages. Red Men Council. On the eve ol May Bth the honored lied Men met with I lie pale faces at Kleiuberg's hall and re-organized Kit titas tube No. ub Imperial Order ol Keii Men. The following visitors re-kindled the council lire that made this tribe known | again on the hunting grounds of the Kit t ilas valley. Prank Dowd, Great Sachem, Seattle: H. 11. Kulles, Great Keeper of Wam pum. Seattle: P, J, Wallace, I 'as' Sachem, Seattle; W. A. StandeD, I'asi Sachem. Seattle; S. I). I'ruble, Pasl t acbem, Seattle; J, L. King, Pasl fc ichem, Seattle; Prank Smith, Pasl fc ichem, Seattle; A. M. Watt, I'ast .- ichem, Seattle; M. Paup, Pasl Sachem, Seattle; 11. i.. Ilobbins, Greal Senior Sagamore, Everett; U. Ackermau, Great Junior Saga re, Tacuuia; W. W. Llewellyn, Past Sachem, i'acoma; P. 1., .-sherman, Pasl Sachem, Index: J. Ash. Paul Sachem, Leavenworth. The above named with a number ol old lied Men ol tin-, piuce aim many pale laces, numbering m all sixty mem bers, no...

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. — 12 May 1904

HANDKERCHIEFS Our Saturday Special .Sales continue to be as popular as ever, as each Saturday we reduce in price some popular or useful class of merchandise, and on We will place on special sale 100 dozen Ladies Fine Sheer Swiss and Cambric Handkerchiefs, of beautiful new patterns, specially selected for this sale. You will find the scalloped and embroidered edges in large variety. Hem stitched and fancy embroidered, also with valencennes lace edges and insertion. All newjand very dainty patterns: SATURDAY, MAY 14TH, The quality for which you have heretofore paid 20 & 25c Our ureal Wash Guts Sale Positive!? Closes Mai 14 Many of our regular customers have taken advantage of the great reductions in this department. W««lr Goods 5e yrcl. «*ixl xxjp ]he drawing for round-trip ticket to the St. Louis Exposition takes place in our Store on Saturday evening, May 14, at 8:3 op m. Until then you receive a coupon with each one dollar purchase, which entitles you to a chance. Simon P. Foga...

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. — 12 May 1904

4 £HcnsburiT JUmm. Entered N«n Hth istn, »l the t'ostofflce, KllnnN barK. Washington, us entitled to second chuts postal rutrs OrricH: i.e. Kasi Fourth Street, Allium Mock. Tkiims I'kh YBAB, Cahll 11.00 All channel, <'f mlverllMcuii'iil" fur current week nuiNi It bunded in n"i ititi'r UuMiTueMhiy. lo n. in Otherwise, the rluttini' «ili nol nppt'iH'. Wo are forced lo adopt this rule us v nmtter ot bUHlflt'SS OorwHiHUtiU'titM will plt'UHf irj nmltn*! ihrlr new* UrtiiN in i«» us vurly hi '.In- »••«■!» uh tHtHhihlr not liiiwr thuu Tui'MtlHVHfu rmHm. uti h*hm noim'thltw of upivhil Import ihum 1 iiuiUon it niH'ttwtur) to hold nuuio uuiil WoUiu*Ntltt> morn Inn. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County. 12,334 Population ol City. 4.001) Business men and Firms in Ellenaburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. THK socialist parly made it* iiiuiiiiia tit.n for president and vice president id Ihe L'nited States, m Chicago, Ma) "1. Eugene V. Debs was Dominated f"i president and Uenjamin Hanfofd for...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 12 May 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfclt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR WIhuARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Superior court convenes Monday with a jury. David Murray lias been quite ill for aome days past. The Red Men held a special meeting Monday evening. Mr. Kendall of Thorp, was in the city Saturday. Miss Myrtle Russell im* been quite sick for several days past. I;. E. Craig came over from his home Columbia river ranch Sun.lay. .lohu Vanderberg and daughter So phia wt'tii over to Seattle Monday. Frank Dowd of Seattle, was in town Monday to reorganise the Red Men. L Kellicut of Thorp, was in the city j Friday and made this office a pleasant call. A. Senders of Albany, I iregon, is Visiting his sister Mrs. Henry Klein berg, litis week. I'red Bolen is putting up a black smith shop out in Denmark near the the skimming station. K. A. Willis Is still Incapacitated fori business, having not fully recovered | from his recent illne-s. ...

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. — 12 May 1904

6 School Rcpori. Report of school district No. !). To tal number of pupils enrolled during the year 92. Days attendance !»240. Days absence 470. Days tardy 95, Num ber of visits by parents by others »>7, by board 0. The attendance was broken up by scarlet fever during March. The work Of both rooms thrown on one teacher also lessened the attendance, thus rob bing the school of several hundred days attendance. The eighth grade class was more progressive than Usual, making better records tban heretofore. Several did not take the examination, partly on account of dropping out of school and partly on account of social affairs, get ting the best of them and absorbing their interest elsewhere. The school entertainment was a de cided success, the expenses amounting to 821.50; new library case, #10; new books, $•_".•; total 160.50. The library case has a capacity of 500 or more vol umes. It is controlled by a librarian, rules and regulations, guarding against losses of books, as heretofor...

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. — 12 May 1904

6 School Report. Report of school district No. 9. To tal number of pupils enrolled during the year 02. Days attendance '.1240. Days absence 470. Days tardy On. Num ber of visits by parents 12, by others 07, by board tl. The attendance was broken up by scarlet fever during March. The work of both rooms thrown on one teacher also lessened (be attendance, thus rob bing the school of several hundred <lays attendance. The eighth grade class was more progressive than usual, making better records than heretofore. Several did not take the examination) partly on account of dropping out, of school and partly on account of social affairs, get ting the best of them nnd absorbing their interest elsewhere. The school entertainment was a de cided success, the expenses amounting to $21.50; new library case, $10; new books, *'J!>; total $i>(>.;>i). The library case has a capacity of odd or more vol umes. It is controlled by a librarian, rules and regulations, guarding against losses o...

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. — 12 May 1904

Additional Local \v. 11. McKee lost a vuhmtilo horse a few ila.vs since. Mrs. Mabel Brown lias been Indis posed this weeK. Mrs. Hud Anderson Is visiting in Spokane this week, Mrs. L. A. Turner is somewhat in disposed this week. \Y. J. Boyd visited in North Yakima the tirst of the week. Arthur Hobson has secured a position in Fred Wolff's store. John Clerf lias sold his entire herd of catilo to < leorge t looke, Joe Foreman spent Sunday with bis parents in North Yakima. T. J. Bell, editor of the Tacoma New Herald, was in the city Monday. Miss Blanch McKee is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. \V. li. Beers this week. 11. X Keed left lor St. Souis and Other eastern poiuts last evening. Mi-. Hull anil wife have rented Martin Cameron's house for Uu- sum mer. Mrs. Malinda Waggle ><< Yakima, is a guest of her brother, Juo. W. Dixon, today. \V. J. Ackerman, a Tacoraa printer, waaavWitor of the lied Men, Monday evening. Rev. Willis E. Pettlbone will preach at Palrvlew at •> o'clock next...

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. — 12 May 1904

gfcOME time ag<: we b ugb: a iraaaer's sample '.ir.t :: Shir: waists; and p.ace theni on © Saturday « April lGtli s .._-- v . u _ gjjjrt Waist needs for the summer ir.i save ane-balf. y.h-.-izgs. If yon net: and want tc save a third on .-c , w*g - ■- — -" '\-- • ■•- ~ jtntng Department .n m".r.-. i n.s is £ »om* n=..?. i. a b . - C diate'iV conveys that pleasing im ::re-=i n which is always created own. Our clothe! r.t. They will retain their shape. Their rearing qualities are guaranteed. v c have not forgotten the boys. considered that anything in clothes was good en:ugh for a boy. I: is no reason why a boy of eight or same garments that his grown-up brother dees. We have the kind they have always wautei the kind their oareuts wanted, the <:r.z that a :ew well-to-do.city bred, hoys have heen able to get heretofore. We n-:;e them lower than mn«t yr $ ♦ — ----- - b — -5. sens ior, but nt as low as hand-nte-d .vus an: shoddy clothing should be sold. We invite you to look our our...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 12 May 1904

Supplement to The Ellensburg Dawn Miliinefij Pearl Street, {'. (). Block ALL THK LATEST STYLES HATS AND HAT TRIMMINGS. ('all and inspect) m.\ stock before you purchase and you [will nut regret the time. Mrs. {-.■ C. Ackley 11. J. Snively of North Yakima, is in the eit.v today. Mrs Minnie Wolff of .laraestown, N. I)., is a guesi oi her parents, Mr. iind Mi *, W. 11. I Infacker, i hi- wick, Miss Mauili' Liddell euti rtalned v number ol her friends Wednesda) even ing in her hi me ii was v vet") enjoy able a fTalr. The V. P. S. i. E. of the Presbj n rian church will give a readii v. uj. Miss Thomas, music b.y Glee club and others, Tuesday evening, May 24. Admission, 3o cents. .lohn Llnder lifts purchased the In terest of bis partner, Humboldt Pack v. |, and i- now sole owner "i the Ea gle Milium. Mr. Pack wood and wile left Tuesdaj afternoon for a in ( H I idii'iiin. S. S. Hon ton who lormerlj resided here, but more recently from the t'ouer d'Alens, has purchnsed Pred Geddis' cigar and ...

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. — 12 May 1904

WHAT TO HAVE FOR DINNER That's the point that gives the housewife concern —that's what we settle in the easiest way. Good Canned Things Suitahle -for Emergencies They add a touch oi genu me satisfaction to the meal and make you feel that suc cess has been a feature of it. KOEPKE 'X SHOUDY. i 'hone i Hack 44 .\ '_'<»"l place to trade Briulshaw Bros. & Ob. I'-if Strawberries Which will yi>!i have? The true and Mill's Everbearing Strawberry ? 30 for $1.00 iooi..i 2.50 Orders taken ai ihls ofli r ai M Uari holet & < 'o.'s store. GEORGE MILLS. We take great pains with our foun tain, use nothing bui pure fruit juices in making up our sj rups. Choose Ye ! Choose Ye ! Choose Ye ! reliable Or wast.fi your money, time and valuable land on some untried, m v c b-advertlsed new variety, thai alto gether out of near with our sol 1 and el [mate. Price "f plants for this season erve her laUj iflVhufii To Stockownefi. A. .1. Dam man will be in *h i - city May Oth to 20th, to do any ...

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. — 19 May 1904

\ DAWN OF BBIGHTEB HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOH 'I'll!'. NATION'S SAFETY— ' A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE -\ GOVERNMENT OF JUSfTOE FOB ALL MEN V'OI.. XI. THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM As Adopted at Tacoma, Wednesday. May Mth 19114 in Delegated Convention '■The glorious achievements of the republican party during the adminis tration of the late lament.m! President Mckinley has been duplicated and em phasized by his illustrious successor, who has faithfully adhered to his poli cies and courageously carried them into effect. Theodore Hoosevelt has borne the tr« tndous responsibilities ol his great office upon the high level of national dutj and national honor. His administration has been thorough ly representative and truly American. The laws have been fearlessly and Im partially enforced as they were enacted by congress. Kvll doers have been driven from the public service: com binations in restraint of trade and com merce have been brought t<> the bar of justice. His administration has brought u...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 May 1904

Men's Appa-e;. All A&es. 11 V gfcfctn Imna mmm -.- . - - - ■ 0 - " - 1-I 7- T - t•: * - Mi • ♦ - W0 f tl i- c< ■ - i C i E-itru w... b* *.* i i 1 i 1 - : •• I -- • 20c. each $2.40 per Doz. C. L. COLLINS FOR THE BATH n m> * ndov* I am shewing a lot of TURKISH BATH TOWELS— They are 24\52 inches and are really bath luxu r gs. Some time ago I bought a big ie Df these at an extremely low price, and theji would cc Exceptional Values. A: 25 centt. Ju»t now however I need the room and while they last they are S?. Z " ' Z r !: ?.t You had better buy early Tkk ELLEKSBtUG Daws - ♦ - mm m 2 4 S . .. _ . . - -. . • - - • me ■ • - Your Moneys V.crth or Ycur Money Eack Ellensburg Iron and Brass Foundry ■ - Fcr£?.!e Chcsp. SALOME ANN A J. BONNET F i r 5 t-C 1 a ! i WorK BARBER SHOP. Call for B:is.

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 May 1904

SATURDAYSPECIALSALE Having' closed out a Manufacturers' Sample line? of Ladies* White Shirt Waists, we place the entire assortment on Special Sale, Saturday, May 21, at a great saving in price. The sizes range from 32 inches to 42 inches, and are all of different style —all of this season's cvt —narrow tucks, lace and embroidered trimmed, also with Swiss medallions inserted. And your choice Saturday, May t^l«t* at Special Low Price $1.50 As we desire to keep our stock free from all odds and ends, we will close out the balance of our 20c grade of Ladies Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs at 15c each, Saturday May 21 TIPI/UT Mil Q/// lield by Mrs " Hodmaa, was ..luJa jI ,1.. 4444, the lucky number drawn atjfour store, Saturday evening, May 14th. Simon P. Fogarty Co Shirt Waists! Ladies' Shirt Waists Ladies Handkerchiefs O.ViS H STORE. The EIIKNSBURG Dawn. 3_

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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