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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 August 1904

RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE New. Gathered from Reliable Sources by Our Staff Reporter for Your Benefit. While switching In the North V aki m yards the 20th, twelve ears got awa ; aD d ran down the track to Wapa- WwdToppentab, where they crushed „to tho rear end ef a freight train mashing up six cars and thus blocking tlie main Hue for eight hours. Jhe train crew had warning by telegraph that the cars had broke loose, but did not hare time to get their train on a sidetrack. No one was injured. Geo AUgUßtlne and assistants are here making repairs to the sleampipes used for heating purposes. The water service men are here re pairing a break in the main pipe line. W. P. Wallace and family have re turned from a ten days outing on the Nanum. . Train master, R. C. Howdish, lias re turned from the Kootney country where he has had charge of a ballast train. T. K. Coyle of Tacoma spent I uestlay in Ellensburg. Supt. Beamerof Spokane, spent Tues day at the depot and shops. Frank Hardwick and son C...

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 August 1904

4 ttntoretl Nov. Mh IWM, ul the VoMoIIUt Kll*»ns bunr, VVuHliiiiKtoiii ux entUluil tv hclhihl v\uhh puslal rales. Orrit'K: loMSuhI h'ourth Strata. Albiin> Hltiek Trhmh rt it Vkah. Cash All I'hnnyeH «.r for I'lii-mil Wook tmiHt bu huncli'U h :.*\< t ihniiTwHiny. 10 v. in Oilier wine. Hit* w ill nol iip|M*nr. We urt' i 1 • i»iii to luhipi 11..- mir .is . t uuiucr >*i business. " OuriH'HlHHHlentH will pletiM* in uiml irt'l their lU'Ws ftt'llis 111 In ii-, en I*l V il" I !i ( ' ' " ttOMKfhlo ii"i Inter Uuin Tuesihi.v urtt ru-Mii Xfss Ni.n.i'tliinu' o( upeelul iiiipui'titiMM' ii. lies ll nect'HKtir.N to hold Hume until V\ morn Special Notice 11**1 enfter till resiiiutlt.ii** < f e<*n tlnleme. I'itttln of llliliiks. imltee.s • entertain inrnis ohurifinu an lulmlsston fee, it lit I uther AitnUur not lees will iH'rhnrtfeti refill nr utlvertis InH i airs wholi published iv TilK I' \W N ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County. 12,234 Population of City. 4,000 Business men...

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 August 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MILIARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS John Gregory left Monday for a few •jays' outing on tbe Bound. ('■. s. Bullard returned rrom a two wee 'kV outing in il"' li' ll - Sunday. George Weaver and wife expecl to leave soon for an extended visit in California. The Bon Marche will giveaway three beautiful French Dolls. Watch their ghow window, 1!. tl. McNeil will move Into the 1.. A. Turner property In Suuuyside addi tion this Week. \V, I). Carter and family returned from a two weeks' outing in the Nauutn can yon Sunday. The Mou Marche candy factory is now open, Can supply fresh tally In any quantity. John Cobaln and family returned from a two weeks' OUtlng at the lake above Boston, Monduy. C. S. Baker went up to Itonald, yes terday,preparatory to taking upscbool next Mondayi August 29th. Herman Sehwingler and wife, ot Seattle, were in the city Friday, look in"' a...

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 August 1904

6 Cash Store S. P. Foprarty Co. We are now receiving daily new merchandise for the Fall Season 1904. A visit to our store at this time will give you an idea of the fashionable weaves and fabrics for the coming season. Many of the very latest novelties in all wool dress goods are now in stock, one of which we desire to call your especial attention to is the FANCY MIXED MOHAIRS AT 75C PFR YARD a cloth suitable for this section. Excellent for wear and a dust proof material. New all wool waistings New samovas waistings New flannelette waistings New table linens and napkins Ladies and Misses jackets New corduroy caps for Ladies and Misses Above are a few of the new arrivals for Fall 1904.—Many more to follow. We are agents for Cosmopolitan Model Paper Patterns, seam al lowance, all patterns 10c, none better, none higher. Simon P. Fogarty Co STORE. The Ellensburg Dawn-. Cash Store

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 August 1904

Additional Local Sheriff Thomas has 10 prisoners in jail now. Mrs. Joe Recce has been quite ill lor a week past. Mrs. Russell In'- been indisposed lor several days. C f,. Collins went over to Seattle this morning. jobn Veaeh, of Thorp, was in the c itj Wednesday. C, 11. Grave* went down to .North Yakima yesterdaj - Superior court is supposed to convene Monday, Sept. 5l h. Frank Oroger and family registered in Tacoma, Tuesday- Rev. Neal MeCallum, of ( Hympia, was in the city Tuesday. Horn. Sunday Aug. 21, to Mr, and Mrs Martin Pihl, a son. rjMjss Emma Francis is visiting on Tborp Prairie t his week. Mis. 11. W. Eidred has been indis posed fur several days past. Austin Mires went to Itoslyn on pro fessional business Tuesday. Rev, Hanks sold his city property this week to Lenox Wilson. Mrs. Kate Tavlor, of Pasco, is up this week visiting relatives. Mis. T. IT. Barton is visiting rela tives near Wapato this week. John and W. B, Corothers are spend ing the week on frosty creek. Miss Mill...

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. — 25 August 1904

8 Agents HAMILTON BROWN CO. SHOES "—Duchess Trousers Below is the guarantee sewed in every pair. Prices of these pants range from 81,50 to 85.00. Duchess Trouser You may buy a pair of Duchess Wool Trousers and wear them two months. For every Suspender Button that comes off we will pay you Ten Cents. If they Rip at the Waist Band, we will pay you Fifty Cents. If they rip in the Seat or Hlsewhere, we will pay you One Dollar or Give You a New Pair. Agents GORDON HATS "School! ren have not been provided with the Reciprocity School Shoe These Shoes have both Style and Wearing Qualities. They come in all Styles for Men, Women and Children. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED THE BON MARCHE R. B. WILSON School will soon open and your child- Sold only at Thk Ellknshurg Dawn We have secured the Exclusive Agency for WARRANTY DEMOCRATIC CLANS MEET In Spokane and Make Arrangement! to Open The State Crmpaing ol 1004. Democratic clans began to gather in Spokane, Friday, for the meeting of the democratic itat...

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. — 25 August 1904

WOMAN'S BEAUTY. How it is Made or Marred. meaSents aud lines of the Meilican Venus and yet lack beauty , Or she may fl-fv artistic standards and be known .vervwhere as a beautiful woman I here I i, I ever, one kind of beauty "hu his SSzed by all and winch b every woman's dower a beauty to which the French have given the name ol Hie Beauty of Youth. Many a time we turn io watch some sweet, young girl, "pressed by her beauty Hut I we analyze the beauty we find it is made up of smooth skin, clear complj xion, brighi eyes, ruddy Hps aud rounded contours fai beauty ©Ught to last always. But bow soon we see it fade. The young wife lookf at her yellow skin, sunken cheeks and hollow eyes and marvels at her own falling off. And the younger girls still retaining the beauty of youth wonder "what her husband could have seen attractive in her," not knowing that it will be their turn to fade very soon HOW TO KEEP BEAUTY. 11l order to preserve this beauty of youth, to retain the chantt of sweetnes...

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. — 25 August 1904

1 ' Auditor's Annual Exhibit i • UNTINtTKtI ►'MOM I'AtlK < >N» County ImtcbtedneHs. 7,08!) nt County bond i111«-!-■•—t I.IH 35 County current cx|iense... 84.615 71 County wtio.il districts .. . 11.511 at Balance uncollected .. 87.300 73 8188,874 II Debits ITm'ollivii ii t itui rolls 8186,81 t n Statement ol 1002 Tax Roll*- Credits Sllllr general . f I .WW ni Stat' general Hi'hool .. l.uoo 50 Stair Interest 103 90 Sllllr inllitnrv I'SI 111 City of I .llensburg B.IIU M <*i i v oi i'l. 1 Klutn '.'-" 11 4'ii \ oi Koslyn 847 ml County ro.iii-. 398 I'J County bridge 1.1*7 Ml CoUllly indebtedness 1,1111 Ctiuuty bond Interest s "' i*' County current expense... . 3 ■'.'■•'»•! County scl I .list net it 5.31 I •<•" Coumy mad district* 2,976 05 Cancellations & corrections, tk> 18 Balance uneolloeteil 8.453 nil f 34,825 4s DehltM Cncollei t. ,1 July Ist, 1903 -t-vI.;7"J 'II Assessments a corrections. 58 87 I 84,825 4s Statement ol 1901 Tax U.. 11 s. Credits Btule uenerill .$ 7...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 August 1904

Debits-- s iw oo Coupons paw i ;,h Transfer. — ."',2 50 Balance on haw * 804 i: Bond Fund Levy 1903. Credits-- i ijoh is Collections 1 r.s s 1,200 oo Transfer , Debits- . ggn ,„i Coupon! paw.. m M Balance on fianii | 1,900 00 Levy 1807 Interest. Credits - -, Balance July 1.1»« * .fill s m 33 Collections _ Balance on hand (no dls buraements) $ 100 3:i Levy 1897 Penalty. Balance July 1.1* 03 * .',' < ~ •_.„ Collections Balance on hand (no die buraements) < » s II 00 CHELAN COUNTY ACCOUNTS. Chelan County Current Expense. aSiwred Kittitas "Tunty current expense fund Paid treasurer Chelan county '_ s tl Mi Chelan County Roads. Credits— ~ . Transferred from Mimas county road fund 0 « * Debits— , . . Paid treasurer Chelan 1 - s 88 Chelan County Road and Bridge. Credits- Transferred horn Kittitas OO road and bridge fund ..1 M 0 I 110 Debits-- . . I'aid treasurer Chelun CO.. ..( I Wi s 1 10 Chelan County Bridge. Credlta- Transferred from Kittitas county bridge fund ( bus s.i Deblta- Pa...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 August 1904

1 2 A PARABLE OVER ELWOOD'S DRUG STORE, PHONE BLACK 533 DR. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Thk Eixensbijrg Dawn. ONCE in a woodland nook there stood a tiny spring where many people came t<> quench their thirst; i hut, alas, one day the SPRINC. seemed foul and muddy. A learned man came along and sprinkled a few purifying proper ties in its waters only to make them more hitter and murky, another one came, hut the Spring only grew worse than he fore. THEN an old Indian ventured mar and with a grunt went up above the spring where the water was trickling down the rocks, took a stick and was seen to he working directly in the path of the tiny stream. EVEN as the old man did this, there arose cries from the onlookers, some of whom, not under standing his motives, were ready to decry his efforts, calling him names and heaping abuse upon him o.\ and on he worked, and in a very short time he had pushed away mud and leaves that had ob structed the flow of the PURE water, setting; things ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 September 1904

, rjAWN OF IIHI IHTEH HOPES A MGHT si. X"l! Till: NATION.4 SMT.TY- A 1 ' ' A I'KolM.l'.'S .SiriU OF STATU A GOVISHNMKNP OF JIJSTfOR FOR ALL MEN Vol. ni. SENATOR WARBURTON OUT In Sup.wrt »f Nearly all the Democrats State Ticket Including Judge Turner. Stanton Warburton. of Tacoma, who ww the only state senator elected by the republicans in tho entire state in 181 HI, has announced that he intends to vote the democratic state ticket with tbe possible exception of il nndidate for judge of tie' supreme court, lie says in an interview: "I don't object to tie' ticket. 1' doesn't take much of a man In liil ;i state office, and I do not question the ability of any man nominated by the republicans. My protest Is against the method of their nomination. I can't stand such methods, and l don't pro pose to try. Neither am I going to show my displeasure by scratching the head of the ticket and voting: for the buncb that helped make tin- nomina tion lor governor possible. "Tbe fact is. Al Mead is ...

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 September 1904

mam- pretty patterns which I am showing makes a suit which for Style, Fit and Wear is a revelation at the prices >-.0U tO M)..m The double-breasted three-piece su.it is much worn and for a serviceable school suit is hard to beat. These suits arc all "boy-proof" construction and will give ex cellent wear under the most unfavorable conditions. So many wen- the pretty patterns shown tins fall that it was a hard matter to pick out what I thought the best line. But I feel safe in savin,'; that if you cannot find something in the wide range of patterns I am showing to please you, \ou must have in mind something that lias not vet been woven. You will be surprised at the many handsome patterns and more surprised at the lowness of prices *I.UU lO «O.UU The single-breasted three piece suit is always worn and lias many p »ints to recommend it. In those- which I am showing the workmanship is of the best and the pleasing patterns they havetheadvantage oi being built to fit, and cut with a gre...

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 September 1904

RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE New. Ctlu-rccl from Reliable Source, by Our Staff Kq'< ,r, '' r f " r V "" r Benefit ' Van Martin has resigned his position B , ,he round house I will nmvp his family to * 'le Klum, where he has n elected janitor of the | Ie sc building. Vcar load of horses from the Illinois Central li. R. passed here S lav en route to Japan. They go by express and will be rather costly animal- when they reach their destination. A special ear bearing some of the officials of the Western I'nion Tele graph Co. passed through Ktleusburg, Tuesday. They are hound for i'ort land. Tuesday nu mini; I hrce more -| ial trains pasted here enroute to San Francisco, loaded with tourists for the Knight Templars assoe-ation. Special arrangements have ado for handling these trains and thej receive the same care that a lirst class passi n ger train is entitled to. Kuch i rain carries a dining car and a baggage car, While the re»l 1,1 the I rain is made up of Pullman sleeping car-. A wreck ...

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 September 1904

gllenstorg Jlaiun. Bntercd Nov. Mh ism. ill the I'ostoftlen, Burns i,ur)_'. Washington, iw entitled to second class postul rales. OrrH'*: ll* Bust Fourth Stni'l, Albany I tl«>«-U Tkkms Pkh VBAlt, Cash All rlianj'i s of advertisements fur rurreiil Week in ■ i-t lie handed In not Inn i ilmnTuewlaj in n, m. lit herwiiie, the cliniiue will nol upprsr. We are forced to adopt this rule as v mallei ■•! business. Correspondents will pleiisr try unit wl Ihelr Hews Items ia In as us eurl> in llir week as possible not later than Tnrsdiiy afternoon un less sotm'thins of special Importance kes v neeessar.v to hold Hitnu'until v> iln> morn Inc. Special Ntlltt Hereiifter nil r> solutions "f is n dolence. curds of ihuuks. notices ol entertain men In rhurxlnK an iiiliiilsslnu nr. ami oilier similar nol h i s will beeliurwd regular udverli* IDS inn s w hen published in Inil >v« n ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms i...

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. — 1 September 1904

■1 gllcnsburg J\n\m\. Entered Nov. Rttl 1894, ill the PoKUifllCfi, KlleiiH burtf, WnKhlnifton, uh untitled lo second class puslal rales. Orrioß: 105 Kuhl Pntirlh Street, Alluiny lllnek TKIIMs I'l l! Vbaii, Oamii All rliani'i's nf iHlvertlwmenls fur nurrenl week iini-i nr liuntleil n i lull r Hum Tuesday. in a. m iII lirrwlso. I In- I'lnniKi' »i" mil appear. Wr lire I"i ii 11 Io illlopl I In- rule us ll mutter "I bUNitICMS. Oorri'HponiluntM will pleiiMe try unit khl their HOWh Item* in in iin as ciirlj In 'i"' week iw poHHihic mil Inter thiui Tui-Mcliiynfteri n. mi less millK'tllillK ol sprrial llli|i' llm i' IllllkCS II ncct'HHiir) to hold same until VVeilni stliiy morn In* Spciiul Nolle! Hereafter nil resolutions »f run dulrnce. rnnlN "f Ihiinks. millers ol itnlorliilii DiontH t'liuritlnK an iuliiilmkloii fit), ami ullii'r ■lmllur nollruN will iM'i'luirKi'il remilur adverti* Inn rates when published In Tun I»AWN. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population ot County, 12,234 Population ol C...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 September 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. 15. Wilson. STAPLE & FAJICY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MHiuARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Blocß. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS A. T.Gregory was in the city Tues day- George Mills is dangerously ill with pneumonia. Heft's "A Texas Steer" at the opera house Scot. 3rd. Robt. M. Osfcorn, of Thorp was in the City Saturday. Dr. Reed moved Ids family down from Thorp, Monday. Sam Klelnberg is over again. He came in Thursday afternoon. Mrs. 11. A. Gotzian visited with rela tives at, Kettle Falls last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. -I. Balles, of Fast Kittitas, were in the city Monday. Frank McCaadlese, of Tacoma, was Over on business Friday and Saturday. Born- Sunday, to Mr. aud Mrs. Sen der, of Sunny side add it ion. a daughter. Elder J. A. Woodyard preached at Thorp, Sunday, at 11 a. in. ami 7:30 p. in. Mrs. M. K. Harnett returned from her visit to Hot Springs, Monday after noon. John Stroud came down from Blewett, Thursday, to go over to Seattle for a few days...

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. — 1 September 1904

6 Mm, Sept 5. We Present for the i] A Superior Line of Itasca Flannels Creponet Waistings Foule Serge, Royal Crepe. Crepe Lustre and Samovar Flannels The above named Goods are especially manufactured for Ladies Wrappers, Kimonas, Dressing or House Saques or Waists. Fancy Polka dots, Persian and Oriental designs, also in solid colors 27 to 34 inches wide, the prices ranging from \2 ] , to 35 cents per yard. As an extra inducement for you to see this extensive assortment of Fall Novelties, we place on special sale, Saturday, September 3d, Twenty Five Pieces of the Choicest Patterns at 16* cents per yard, the qualities that are usually sold at Twenty-five cents per yard A glance at our large show windows will give you a better idea of these handsome values for The Cosmopolitan Paper Pattennsc^S^ Simon P. Fogarty Co Saturday Special Sale i ■■! ■—-l iazz'&t^&zxbUEmium lii a variety of Novel and Handsome Patterns. On Sale, September 3d II STORE. Tin. EiXENSiumo Dawn. AT S. P. FOGA...

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. — 1 September 1904

Additional Local ft, |). sehnehley went over to Seattle this morning*. c< |~ Collins wen! down to Norm Yakima, Tuesday. Dr. 0. A. Martin made a Hying visit toNortb Yakima yesterday. John W. Dlx«> n Is canvassing the easi side for a family dish washer. ,l ,•. Hubbell and family returned from their seaside outing Monday. Fred rlenselell of Liberty, was in dty yesterday afternoon on bis way to Pasco- Nicholas Miller, of Bonham, lexas, and Henry Clerf and wifespenl Sunday in Seattle. The 1. O. 0. T. social last evening was a complete success, being well patronl/ed. Rev. John Hanks will occupy the pul pit of the Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a. m. and B p. m. .1. A. Thomas of t 'leKlum, came down yesterday afternoon. H« was on his was to the southern port ion of I lie state. We regret to say that the condition of George Mills is such today that no hope whatever is entertained ol his recovery. Prof, C 11. Dudley, of Wayne. Neb., arrived Sunday. He Is an old friend of C. C. Singer...

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. — 1 September 1904

s (c\a\\ and Winter 1 *V Goods * Kacli year this store lias grown Larger. Each year it has grown Hotter. This ~:,,„ rmd we can most certainly assure yoti that the store never was as welt prepared season is no exception aim \\« in u'carinß \pparel for Men, Women and Children. We want to call your at. to care lor your every warn in svv-aiiug -m i tentioii to a few <>f the good things we carry. In the Men's Department V,,u will find Clothing that is made right and wears right. The material is shrunk he fore making. The Collars, Shoulders, Kmnts, Lapels, and, in fact, almost every portion of the garment is Hand Made. The Linings' and Interlining* are of the finest grade. The seams are sewed with Silk. The buttons * sewed on with Linen thread. But few tailors can make you a suit that will compare with them aud the price is about half what they will ask. Is of equally hifh grade. We know of no other line of boys clothing that is as well made and has the manish appearance that every ...

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. — 1 September 1904

THE DAWN EXTRA Tlu' 1902 Vote. 1 JtVsa.e a!i,,.,1. it i i ' Sir ir-mala- ;|! ''' ''' l ,u - ' ; - rive-anall-ui.l m:.;or.i> "I - ■ Sei : " '""" tabic;-- =•"-•'•;:;';'";„„. M V, i:iii " A,,,ln ' S ii,'; I!,h li" I Clalami. •' _ , . ■ sI I nl I Colli "I lilil . dark ;.; .. t i-ii 4iJ n' l " i Co»n ; '' • Don - ■ 1 ■> till *Fe •> Fra: - : ' '."J Oariiclil •■-' Mam. • I" JetT. - -i"i ' ; ' Kin, ■ ' S1!l Kit- : '•'" -" BfiM- ''" »:•<•.••• Lev,-, i."- Lii ■ l.'l- Mi'- ; ' ; Ok !.'•:: n- ■' ' ■ ! " i Pa.i.> .. ■ M Pi, '■:■■ ■:•'»" • Sai. • mi. . '-I 1 1" • Ski ._. 1,4:1 Ski'.iiri!i : ; : I Snelaii ,;-.',. -.>•' i.' 'I 8,. :. .. -lall l.l"« :: St- ■ 1.1 ■ '• " • • Th'.n-inu l- : '- • ITahiti ,i;«i:ii '■''•'> I'"' 1 Wa.: t V.Y.ia. • 1.-l < '■ ! " vYliu'rnai ... 1.-.il -." \V m -■-"' !■'"" ; I Totals -'■ ■' ' -'• - 6 "Democratic majority, Biij Increase i 1 Valuation, Aci'driliris; to the unolliriul ri'|iort> jjV fV . tl'f total valuation oi propertj in tni- yi-ar h ...

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