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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

a n\\V\' OF BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY- A DAW* A ~|.; u, .u . ;-s BH ip op STATE—A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION A County Ticket Nominated. Deadly Parallel Enacted. The republican county convention met as per call Saturday morning. The test of strength was made on tempor ary chairman, in which Austin Mires proved to he the victor by a majority of live over Dr. 1 N. Towers After a laborious work and lots of it, the con vention was finally set to work, but not until things had been properly "fixed." The result of the grist as ground out is as follows: Representatives, G. E. Dixon and Andrew Olson, both of Ellensburg. Sheriff. Isaac Brown, of Ellensburg. Prosecuting attorney, Austin Mires, of Ellensburg. Treasurer, W. li. Trice, of Ellensburg. Assessor, W. M. Ken ney, of Ellensburg. Coroner, Dr. H. J. Felch, of Ellensburg. Surveyor, A. P. York, of Liberty. Commissioners, Ist district, A. M. Wright, of Ellensburg! 2nd district,...

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. — 15 September 1904

2 many pretty patterns which I am showing makes a suit which for Style, hit and Wear is . a revelation at the prices $i>v\j iv «pu.»/v The double-breasted three-piece suit is much worn and for a serviceable school suit is hard t<> beat. These suits arc all "boy-proof" construction and will give ex cellent wear under the most unfavorable conditions. So many were the pretty patterns shown this fall that it was a hard matter tn pick nut what I thought the best line. But I feel safe in saying that if you cannot find something in the wide range of patterns I am showing to please v<>n. you must have in mind something that has not yet been woven. You will he surprised at the many handsome patterns and more surprised at the lowness of prices vjl.OO tO $6.00 The single-breasted three piece suit is always worn and lias many points to recommend it. In those which I am showing the workmanship is ol the best and the pleasing patterns they have the ad vantage ol being built to tit,...

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. — 15 September 1904

THE COMMISSIONERS MEET And Allow a Host ol »Ms. Cowolldate School Districts and Award Road Contrails. Tucsdav. September Bth, IWM. «h» Board of County (•omuilss rs of Xli t ■ ||„. Iloini ' , jmrsuatll I" ad las counti. was uni-■ were.l. X turke. mL mt mlj "" ~I , | ls, ,„„, „, „, A »" ■ 1 K « OfHclO Clerk ol s lid It 11l 1.1.s tPI'BOVBU ,-,,1 SIY I'trUßUMt BXI'KNHI! I I mi Bllensburtl Lumber .'.•- lumber court ( ".52 , MM a •«> Capital, prlntlrw I BUensburii Ux-all/er. prllillnii am. ( tioiiery , , , .;i j ~ >iit .„> Bu»hoit|?*Co.. k-amli' ''-~, "' Tin- [rwtn Hihlsoii i n., - •"' ~; , % tlonery i.. C J|. Heed- fUlin 'lHu'j , ... Western V. Tel. C>.. leleKrams ;• m. •ttham Hickman C ■ |»i|ier i w ii ii HuA'liain. Inc detilul expi mr hi ifeTXwi Co Attv. Auuusl IWI fit Hotel Vamlerbllt. meuls prisoners B. lv .•arello.Vlie.ia-i-i. UMU'-|.ali|.er- •; ■ W.W. II ."'.' J- n si.' ! ; Hai ,r hl :no W.M. JenntiiiiN. witness, stun J»«a; " ; " John House, '. .. '. Win- Hurt, '. F. M....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

4 gllcnshurg Jkmm. Entered Nov - Rlh m - ""' Postoltloc, Bllens hurt;, Washington, uk entitled to Hooond class postal rales Orricic: 108 East Fourth Street, Albany Work Tbums: PIS YKAII, Cash : *l en All changes of advertisements for current week must be handed In not later ihail Tuesdaj 10 a. in Otherwise, the chause will not appear \Vo are forced to adopt this rule as a matter ol business. Correspondents will please trj mill gel limit news items in to us as early in the week as possil.le not later than TuosdttJ ufu rnonii, Uli less something of special Importance mal.es v necessary to hold same until Wcilnesdiij i 'n Ing. Sptdal Notice Hereafter all i -esolut i,,ns .if run dolcnrc, cards of thanks, notices ol entertain incuts charging an udtnissioti fee, and other similar notices will be charged regular advei Us inn rates when published In Thk Dawk ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 13,334 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Offic...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Mrs. AI Bergen Is gradually improv ing:' Mrs. W. S. lingers is quite ill this week. W. C II ay ward, of Thorp, was in tbe city Monday. S. J, Kendall, of Thorp, was in the city Monday. Sheriff Peck, of Pasco, was In the city Saturday. Mrs. Beagle is now making her home with Mrs. Helvis. W. A. Thomas spent Saturday on Reecer creek hunting chickens. Prank Williams, of Toppenlsh, came up Saturday for a few days' visit. C. W. Maynard, of Olympia, state 1 treasurer, was In the city Monday. Born: Monday, Sept. 1-. to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kleinberg, a daughter. Miss Sadie McKinnin, of Seattle, is a guest ol Mrs. B.C. Ackley this week. CbelmerSterling and family moved into Mrs. Farnham's new residence Friday. Mrs. Carlton Is quite sick this week. She seems to be threatened with pneumonia. Dr. Felcb and <>. W. Ball relumed from ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

Chas. H. Flummcrfclt, STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MWUARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS Mrs. Al Bergen Is gradually improv ing. Mrs. W. S. lingers is quite ill tins week. \V. ('. Hayward, of Thorp, was in the city Monday. S. .1. Kendall, of Thorp, was in the city Monday. SherilT Peck, of Pasco, was In the city Saturday. Mrs. Beagle is now making her home with Mrs. Helvis. W. A. Thomas spent Saturday on Reecer creek bunting chicken-.. Frank Williams, of Toppenish, came up Saturday for a lew days' visit. c. w. Maynard, of olympia. state treasurer, was in the city Monday . Born: Monday, Sept. 1-. to Mr. ami Mis. Henry Klein berg, a daughter. Miss Sadie MeKlnnln, of Seattle, is a gtlest of Mi's. I I.C. Ackley this Week. ChelmerSterling and family moved into Mrs. Farnham's new residence Friday. Mrs. Carlton is quite sick this week. She seems to be threatened with pneumonia. Dr. Felch and <>. W. Ball returned from their week's outing at Kachees hike Friday evenin...

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. — 15 September 1904

6 Mi Sept. 17. Grand Opening Fall Season 1904 After Weeks of Careful Buying, our slock is now complete with the most select assortment of Fall Novelties ever shown in Ellensburg. We desire to call Especial Attention to our extensive variety of Woo! Dress Goods and Imported Dress Pattern Suits. The following lines will be included in our Opening Display. On Saturday, September ITth-our Opening Day-we will allow a discount Simon P. Fogarty Co CASH BTOSB. of ten per cent on all of our New Imported Dress Pattern Suits. The Eixknshurg Dawn-. Saturday Sept. 17 You are Cordially Invited to Attend Our Grand Fall Opening Saturday, September I7th, 1904. :::::::::: Plain and Fancy Dress Goods Ladies' and Children's Coats Fur Boas aud Scarfs Black and Colored Skirts New kid Gloves New Laces and Trimmings New Lace Curtains All Wool Hosiery & Underwear Fine Wool Blankets& Comforters New Caps and Neckwear New Ribbon Each visitor to our store on this day will be presented with a handsome So...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

Additional Local Geo. Mills is still dangerously HI. Tlie Burgomaster tomorrow (Friday) evening. H. F. Blair went up to Cle Mum this forenoon. Prank Bossong is quite Indisposed this week. John KllmOUriS building an addition to his barn. prank Thompson Is reported as no better today. C. 0. Thomas, of Cle Klum, spent yesterday in our city. Miss Josie Clerf left Monday for Ta coma, to attend school. Miss Rose clerf Is attending the normal school of this city. Miss Lottie Vaughn is staying at Fred Hall's place at Thorp. See the Burgomaster, at the theatre, Friday evening, Sept. Itith. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs Pat Desmond, Thursday, Wept. Btb, a sou. The bailers finished balling 240 tons of hay for S. T. Packwood Tuesday. s. R. Justham, editor of the iloslyn Bun, was down yesterday on business. Mrs. J, B Davidson lefl yesterday forenoon for a short stay in I'ortland. The Eastern Washington VV.CI.T. U. will meet in North Vaklma, Oct. 11-13. The frosty mornings are at hand, but so far no damag...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

8 fc\3L\\ and Winter Goods- Each year this store has grown Larger. Each year it lias grown Better. This season is no exception and we can most certainly assure you that the store never was as well prepared to care for your every want in Wearing Apparel for Men, Women and Children. We want to call youra, eution to a few of the good things we carry. In the Men's Department You will find Clothing that is made right and wears right. The material is shrunk before making. The Collars, Shoulders, Fronts, Lapels, and, in fact, almost every portion of the garment is Hand Made. The Linings and Interlinings are of the finest grade. The seams are sewed with Silk. The buttons are sewed on with Linen thread. Hut few tailors can make you a suit that will compaie with them and the price is about half what they will ask. Is of equally high grade. We know of no other line of boys clothing that is as well made and has the manish appearance that every boy deserves. We carry the Gordon Hat. We warrant i...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 September 1904

ELLENSBURC DA WN-SI IPPLKM ENT. THE KNIGHTS OF OLD The One Foe They Feared. The Knights as a mlfeared "no fo* lv shining armor." In the lights they indulged in it wnsgive and take, and a*, a rule tli*- l>est man won But there was one foe who ever haunted the damp and draughty castles of tin- Knights, one oi whom thej stood in abject fear, and that foe was rheumatism. Rheumatism in the Bhouldet and no more swinging "t the sword. Rheumatism in the legs and no more striding <>l tin- war charger I n happy were the servants of the Knight who was kept at home by stiffened limits and aching lioncs when great things were toward. Rvery friend iweame liis enemy as lie looked at the good -.word on the wall and vainly tried t<> raise the impotent arm. Words it lias lieen mid are fossil His tory. The Roman naturalists i hastened the leopard IfOpardHS because they sup posed the spotted creature was tlie joint offspring of lion and tiger. So toe name leopard, embalms ancient ignoran...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

. DA WN OF LJltl IHTEU HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOli THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR'ALL MEN Vol. xi. A CHEEKY AFTER THOUGHT How the Political Trick* Wore- Manipulated In the Republican StaU Convention. It is farcical for the railroad organs to say that the railroad co ilsslon plank was discarded from the platform Decause a majority ol the delegates to tbe state convention so willed, It was rejected ut the dictation ol the railroad mans tiers and attorneys, and when the convention gave signs of asserting its own will by declaring for the commis sion and nominating Governor McHride in spiie of the efforts of the railroad forces en the ground, a frantic sum mons was sent to J. I> Karrell. assistant president of the Great Northern Rail road company, and a lifelong democrat, to come to Tacoma und whip tbe wav ering leaders in line, Mr. Farrell responded, arriving at Tacoma In his private car tl vening before tlie ticket was nominated, and after con...

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. — 22 September 1904

2 many pretty patterns which I am showing makes a suit which for Style, Fit and Wear is a revelation at the prices $i.SU tO 3>G.t)U The double-breasted three-piece suit is much worn and for a serviceable school suit is hard to beat. These suits are all "boy-proof" construction and will give ex cellent wear undei the most unfavorable conditions. So many were the pretty patterns shown this fall that it was a hard matter to pick out what I thought the best line. But I feel safe in saying that if you cannot find something in the wide range of patterns I am showing to please you, you must have in mind something that has not yet been woven. Yon will be surprised at the many handsome patterns and more surprised at the lowness of prices *I.UU 10 &O.UU The single-breasted three piece suit is always worn and lias many points to recommend it. In those which I am showing the workmanship is oi the best and the pleasing patterns the}' have the ad vantage oi being built to fit, and cut with...

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. — 22 September 1904

AMONG THE CrHIKCHES. FIIIST OHBISTIAN CHURCH \ splendid audience was in attend ance at the FlMt christian church Sunday morning, and in the evening the house was taxed to ils utmost ca pacity. Th.- music was inspiring, the large chorus doing splendid work. Kext Sunday evening ihe pastor will give the Brstof a series of nine sermons to be preached to students. One ser mon will he given especially to students each month. 'I'l'" Hrsl is on "The Hooks We Head." The following is the program for Sunday evening: Violin folo. organ accompaniment The Last Hope, Gottschalk Dr. Martin and Mrs. Hilton. Hymns, No. --" "'id No. 71; reading. Pastor; hymn. No. 1": prayer; hymn, No. 83. Offertory violin and organ Dr Martin and Mrs Hilton. Anthem Blow Ye tlie Trumpet in /.ion. Peaus— Chorus. Sermon The Books We Head Pastor; Hymn No. 20n: Benediction. PREBHYTKKIA.N I'HCHCH. Services at tbe Presbyterian church Sunday al tlie usual hours, 11 a. m. ami Bp, in. The subject of the morning sermon will lie "...

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. — 22 September 1904

4 Entered Nov. r>t,h 1894, ill tbe I'oKtufHoe, Klleus burs;. WushlnKton, unentitled tv Heoond oluhh postal rutOH, OrriOB: lift Eimt Fourth Street, Albany Murk. Tkkms: Pan Yk.au, Cash |I.(IU All vhanKCH ot advertisement!! for ourreni week must lie handed ill nol luler ihunTueitduy. ID a. in i M herwlsu, the ehutiue will nol iip|ii'iir. We iin- roreed in udonl this t uli< un a mutter nl business. OorroHpondonis will plcti.se ir\ iiml uel their lieWM ili nis in U) lis ;is i arl\ ill thr Wl'Uk us powtlblt! not tutor thuti TucmUhj itfu riMHtti, un letiH HoutoLhiiitr of h|M'iMhl l»i|Hirtaiit'C inukeN ii pOOOMSurv l«> Imltl sarin' until U eillieNiltl.v mm m m TtlK. Spctlul Notice Hereafter all resolutions of run dolem'e, run is t>r IhuhUs. notices til entertain miii Is (-hurts'in:; an iMllliissloii Ice, anil other ■Imilur nul ires will be churned regular udveri is Idm rates « hen puhlishi'il in Tnk I»\ wn. ROBERT A.TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of" City...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

Chi H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOIiE AGENT FOR ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS GOOD LICK. Mike Fogarty went over to Tacoma, Sunday. , ~, ~,. j_ Ei Frost went to Seattle, luesdaj morning. , ~ The roads throughout the valley ate getting very dusty. Mrs. S. W. Oliver has been danger ously ill this week. James Leslie, of Walla Walla, was In the city Saturday. Mr. ami Mi s. Fred Barnhart, of Hast Kittitas, were in the city. Martin Michel and wife are visiting in Aurora, Ills-, this week. li. S. Lambson spent the latter part of last week un the Sound. (i. I. Short, one of Cle Elum's attor neys, was in the city Monday .liimes Holcomb returned from a visit to tbe Sound, Sunday afternoon. T. A. Davis, the marble man of North Yakima, was in tbe city Monday. George and Sam Chample were in itiated into the I. it. O. 'I', last week. Mrs. Clara Buchanan spent a few days recently on the Sound with rela tives, Miss Jonas, da...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

Chi. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOliE AGENT FOR MILIARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341- THE LOCAL EVENTS GOOD LUCK. Mltel-OBIIHS »•»' ""■'"> T »■'■ Sunday. . _ , ~. j Ei frost went to Seattle, ' uesdaj morning. , ~ The roads throughout tlie valley are getting very dusty. Mrs. 8. W. Oliver has been danger ously iM *lS week. James Leslie, of Walla Walla, was in the city Sat v ii lay. Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Barnhart, of Fast Kittitas, were In the city. Martin Michel and wife are visiting In Aurora, Ms., this week. li. S. Lambton spent tbe latter part of hist week on the Sound. C. P. Short, one of Cle Elum's attor neys, wits in the city Monday James Holcomb returned from a visit to tbe Sound, Sunday afternoon. T. A. Davis, the marble man of North Yakima, was in the city Monday. George and Sam Cbample were in itiated into the 1. <'. f,. T. last week. Mrs. Clara Buchanan spent a few days recently on the Sound with rela tives. Miss...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

n... n f Ju il uullL ji. Great Anniversary Sale! Saturday, September Ztl\ Just we year afo today *: started i business in Ellensburg and tne trade we have «i joyed las been very flattering indeed. I- fact very much better than we* ticipated »c take this >pportumt> to thank our many rrien ds and patrons fir theif »cry bera patronage. *c ;ha I continue to conduct our bigness on the sane principle as leretofore and ;an assure patrons the very best '.a/jci procurable. .y- Saturday Specia Sales have been *el! patronized throufftout t'ne past year an <j Shrewd buyers io* wk forward to th ; Great Special Da;.. Saturday, Sect em '11 h Our 11 •-*:s*vDa v. ■* c place ji§a I c 2CO Pair of Lace Curtains. \ gfreat >arietv to choose from in \rabian, Renaissance, Irish Point, and Swiss \pplique Curtains 75c quality on sale Saturday. Sept. 24, at 50c pair S 25 " 38c ' 1.50 " " " " " 51,19 1,75 " " " " " 1,23 " 2 00 11 " 11 " 55 " 2,25 " 1 " " " 1,63 2,50 " " " " 1,93 " 3,00 " " " " " 2,...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

Additional Local Cl. Blum had a cutting wrap Mod- % n ¥ h p.tte»onofßl.«rett,i.iDtbe Ci l y oo y T. S Free for Frank Thompson will soon be able to jttwdtobii duties again. Boyßurcblefl Monday to enter tbe „ricultural college a« Pullman. fobnßuroh returned from a visit to Pullman and Spokane this morning. Pater Garvey !• building an addition to his residence on tbe corner of First ami Pine. The ladies of tbe Presbyterian church will bold their annual Christmas sale Fridayi Dec. 2nd. Chas. Land B. F Munday.of Seattle, closed the deal yesterday for tiobt. Bradihaw'* ranch. George Milla, wbo has 1 n danger onslyill for some weeks, is reported some better today. Mrs. P. P. Gray sold her residence on Main street yesterday to C. H. Gray. Consideration 13,000 The frost Tuesday morning did coo siderable damage in some parts of the valley to garden truck. Prohibition rally at Cle Klum. Sept. 2!ith aDd 30tb. Prominent speakers will address the people. Tbe Presbyterian ladies will have v cooked...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

. p all and Winter -' - Goods - In the Men's Department .< -r ?rade *c o. * ' . >tier ne or y.\>\ ; otSuig tftti is rYe :arrv the Gordon Hat &c »arram tto a year. T':t price is UM I* represents perfection in Ha: making h'* ■■■ * ■'■ '■' '• . h*. vs ft » '.i.: .* w*z? i* * 'is* side Our Boys 3 Clothing n Footwear berything that for any reason is not satisfactory Bring it back, your mone> is ready for the asking." R. .BWILSON Headwear

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 September 1904

Ellensburg Dawn Supplement Rev. If- 0. Hawn Diss. I lev. It. (i. llii" "i " r I '"' ! C'ongregatinnalisl ministers of this ! valley, who wenl over lo Tur.otwi, Moo- ; ihiy, i.> have Dr. Ih .ni perform an oper- J ut,ioti upon him, 'lieil mi the table « Tuesday noon. Hi* remains were ; shipped in his lumio live miles north- ! wesi ni this city ami the runeral hold ; i hero tmlay al 11 •'■ "•■ s '""' ; vices were rondueted l>) Rev. A. I. « McLean ni Hii- elty. Mr. Ilawn was ; highly ri'speeied ami honored hy nil • ha knew him, ami ho leaves an aged ; v ile ami I mi sons, besides a hosl ol . friends, to mourn liis taking off. 'I'm: ; Dawn extends sympathy i" the lie- ; roiii ll in their hour "I alllietion. ; State Board Equalizes Railroad Taxes. I ii.-, -iii \. Sept. 11l The state hoard ; of e(|iialixul inn uiday eijiiali/.ed railroail 2 property mi lirsl class nr trunk line • track al 11 |>er mile, or H..10 per J foot: second class trnok al ♦.I,H(W per > mile, or $1. lo per...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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