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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 October 1904

DAWN OP BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR Till. NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR}ALL MEN Vol. xi. A. E. MEAD DON'T AGREE Sets Himself at Variance With Turner. Mc Bride and K n <> s »' velt . Mewl Mid ut Sprague, Wednesdaj don't agree with Judge Turner's propositi mi that if a commission bill is I1( ,t pawed he will go up and down the state denouncing the legislature as per- Bdloui to its trust. Denunciation doesn't do any good." Then Mr. Mead does nol agree with Governor Moßrlde, for Mcßrlde has gone up and down the state denouncing those legislators who broke their party pleiljre on the commission quest ion. And Mr. Mead does not agree with [•resident Roosevelt, for the president is on record with this ringing declara tion: I "If promises arc violated, if planted word is not kept, then those who have failed in their duty SHOULD BE HELD UP TO REPROBA TION." Speaking further to the same Issue, Mr. Mead, in his Sprague speech, 'In tended the ra...

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. — 6 October 1904

2 HAVING A FIT- Men's Apparel. All Ages. RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE News Gathered (run kJubl. Sourcei by Our Staff Reporter h.r Your Benefit. Claude Morris has bought the olri house and lot by the side of the mill race on Third street, and is having it made into a two-story t ouse. \\ hen finished, he and family will occupy it, anii Conductor Batchelor and family will occupy the lin is.- where Mr. Morris Bow lives. John Moon ar;d family have moved into their new bouse north ol town. [{, C. Ackley has tendered his resig nation as general foreman of the ma chinery department. Mr Ackley has been in the company's service many years and leaves in-hind him a host ol friends who wish him good luck in In future life. Hi- place has been filled by the appointment ■>? frank -I Pattie, of the South Tacoma shops, Mr. Pattie is a young man ol family uod by his sterling qualities ami attent ion to busi ness has won t ii • mtilidenee anil esteem of ail who know him; he is quiet, unas suming and • t...

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. — 6 October 1904

AMONG THE CHURCHES. piMT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The protracted meeting is now in nrSresS at the Christian church The P «ft ni of Sunday were full of insplr- S ratings will continue un .Tfurtber notice. The subjects for oelSnd w.sk are as follows: Mon- S eeing, Conditions of Sa.vat.on: Xsrlay evening', Change of Heart: Wednesday evening. Heaven Where? What' Who?: Thursday evening. Rela- So Christ to His Church (111.); . n- L evening Gospel Stages: Saturday evening. PMl* Answer to King A«ripp»; Sunday morning, Dlstingulsb ,„! Principles of the Christian Church; Sunday evening. The thai,, of Salva tionUlU The subject lor next Sun day morning is The Mission of Jesus: evening, Is Church Membership bssen tial? All are invited. PRJJSBVTERIAN CHURCH. The services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning will be in charge of Prof Wilson, of the state normal school. Mr. Wilson is a g I speaker and will have something good tosay. In the evening the Christian Knde'avorers assisted by the choir will ...

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. — 6 October 1904

■1 Ellcnsbwrci ihuuu > Sunv\ >->• >»•>>•»■ ptitiUiHi 10 mmjohU elm.* v , ►•...•>. mtvet VltuUIJ 111... U Trsv> '. I • " " » r ' " " " ' i . « II iu'l iHH""' r»u» 11» B ,»s I In* Spr"»' Nt4kt Hor> " nu'rl" « »'•''— * '' ■' ' ' k •'' ;" . a: .».;»> i - In* r»li »«'••: \ ••• • »•'•• ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County. 12.234 Population of Cit> . 4- 1 -"- 0 Businos men am! Firms in Ellensburg. 100 County Official Paper. EDITORIAL NOTES. DEMOCRATIC SI Ml TICKI T. K,rl.U-Ul lio» .. SWiMISSJI » s V..i ». ,■•>: Mate 1 ' '.'••> ' ." rj .r Auditor " '•' ' |p\»r Supreme JlKl«e Air Ur.O ll.\ l For Treasurer ••• '~ . K..r Land' "in AH »» i l>or Ait.>i ucy i lenora! ' » •• SVrHupt ..: >.-l is ' • ,11 li \IIIA» A \ I , . : 1 I'..r Stat-Senator I *-..r Superior .lii.i.v K. II I'at ,: I DEMOCRATIC COI Nil TICKET. km: i~■ \ I , Mie! I ! ... I .1. I'll' |.*..r Su I ' 1 ■ l.i •• - ■ - - • !»• ..... 1 - ■ ' ' I ARMERS COMPLAIN. The fanners gener...

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. — 6 October 1904

Closing Out Sale! Is drawing Tremenduous crowds. Never have the people of Ellensburg had such bargains, and they show their appreciation by crowding the store. If yon have not already attended the sale be sure and do So, and see for yourself. EVERYTHING MUST GO! Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. THE LOCAL EVENTS The city council met In regular ses sion Monday evening. Deputy Sheriff Fadden, of Faston, was ir. the city Monday The county commissioners convened in regular session Monday morning. I!. M. Kinkade bought an ko-acre rancli of Jacob Litterer a few days since. C.B.Coleman left yesterday for St. Louis and a visit, to Ins old home In Kansas, W. F. Patterson came down from his home in Hlewett, Sunday, and returned Tuesday. The Fugles gave a swell banquet Sunday afternoon and a general good time is reported. Thii Wrl' LtsCMK C^-PfeosDhate BALING POWDER Itl lJ* increase in con umpttoa ...

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. — 6 October 1904

6 Saturday, Oct 8. ■ r. inn i 8 cent Quality Saturday only, 5c Ya ' d 10 83 122 10 The above prices on Outing Flannels are for one day only Saturday, October Ist, 1904. Simon P. Fogarty Co Saturday Special Sale Outing Flannels: c .VJS I I STORE. The Ellknsburg Dawn. Saturday, It 8.

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 October 1904

Additional Local " Austin Mires went to Seattle today. Superior court convened again Toes day- ~ ■ , The Fatal Wedding next Mday night, Oct. 14th. Mr and Mrs. T. J. Randall returned Tuesday from a visit on the Columbia. I H Smithson and wife returned from the St. Louis exposition yester day. David Coiner sold his residence on Pine street a few days since to Mrs. OW- Her. McLean left last evening for Davenport, to attend a meeting ot the Presbyterian synod. Horn: Wednesday, Oct. •'>, to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Woodhouse, of South Kittitas, a daughter. Thos. F. Meaghers sold the I 'copies' Meat Market. Tuesday, to 11. G. Mc- Neil and Ralph Davis. J. E. Frost spent a few days at tlie lakes this past week in hopes of secur ing relief from hay fever. Mrs. Henry Wager is still in a very serious condition, with no marked change since our last issue. p. C. Shaaaban, the paino tuner, of Tacoma, arrived in Kllensburg, Wed nesday, to begin his woi k here. Cromwell Maxey severely cut his leg ye...

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. — 6 October 1904

8 The Guisha Waist is the latest In full swing now for Ladies, Misses and Child ren. To those oi yoll who haveworn them no more need be said. Hut those who have not, we invite your inspection and will risk your judgment as to the style, the wear and workmanship. We guarantee your entire satisfaction or money hack. Munsing Underwear None so Good. Pure Australian Lambs Wool Underwear none better at any price. Is the selling for Fall. While we do not allow the interest in Piece Goods to U| and at no time was our Stock in better shape to satisfy yon, we wanl to impress upon your minds that this is pre-eminently a READY TO WEAR STORE. Whilegreat strides have been made in tins Yankee land of ours in the various in dustries, there is no branch in which progress has been greater than the Ready to Wear Garments for Men, Women and Children. < >nly a feu- seasons ago you could tell a ready made garment as far as you could sit. Now there are houses making just as stylish, serv iceable and...

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. — 6 October 1904

The bllensburg Dawn Supplement VOL. XI. Council Notes. City council met in regular session Monday-evening. Present MayorFlynn, Councilman Wright, Olsen, Palmer, Peed, Meagher anil Hornbeck. Mayor instructed to request tlie rail road company to put in ;i i tho crossing between depot and round house OD Fifth street. The application for rebate on old city tax was granted. A warrant was drawn in favor of John Crawford for 8200.00 as part pay ment. A warrant was drawn in favor ol tlie Washington State bank for s^l.T'.i. The balance of tlie McKlevor .v Daniels account was ordered turned over to city treasurer, viz. $58.04. City pay roll $499 s 7 Pay roil on ditch 1)13 '.'1 (Jrorge Mogk -\ 25 Palmer Bros 105 00 Miles Paper Co . ID 53 j Electric Co > 4n Bllensburg Lumber Co lit) till. John A. Roebling Co -", ,",T Albert Secbrist Co 1". 50 Standard Oil Co 30 50 K. A. Lee, team work -1 DO Burt Pease, board bill 200 25 Wllliam-Smithson & Co 150 5o Tan urn Lumber < lo 130 -1 N. W. I. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 October 1904

A DAWN OF BRIGHTER HOPES \ LIGHTHOUSE FOR THK NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FORjALL MEN VOL. NT. THE OREGONIAN FILES SHOH Thai Hon. George Tumor Was .1 Commission Man and for the People > «Mr- Ago. The files of the Portland Oregonian of la years ago contain Interesting re ports'of Judge Turner's valiant cham pionship in the Washington constitu tional convention of the railroad commission cause and his stout resist ance w railroad aggression. Tic news columns of the Oregonian show that the first proposition to create a commis sion came before the convent ion in the shape of a report from the committee on corporations, providing for tlie creation of a commission to he elected by the people, and to have power to fix and regulate rates and tares and to prevent discriminat ions. TURNER ITS CHAMPK IN. The opponents of a commission lirst took the ground that this was legisla tion and bad no place In the constitu tion. The Oregonian of August 4. 188 V,...

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. — 13 October 1904

2 HAVING A FIT Men s Apparel. All Ages. Teachers Institute, The count} institute was called to order Monday a' '-' a. m. by Supt. 11. F. Uluir. The attendance the Ural day was very good, A short address was made by Prof. .1. 11. Morgan, of the norn al. i'rof, A. 11. Voder, of the state university, was introdi I. He gave a very interest ing talk on The Meanit \i oi (Childhood. At eleven o'clock the assembly was divided up into rural and high school sections, W. G. Hartranft, superintend ent of King county, talked t" the rural Miction work, and A. H. Voder to the high school sen ion. Tiic institute opened Tuesday with a full attendance. Tbe plans hwino .similar to t hose of Monday uomplel ing outlines of the previous day, ''. 11. Kerns, of itoslyn, gave a ver* short and interesting paper on Patriotism. Tlie attendance at. tin- Monday even ing social was not so well attended on itccounl of the rain. The Wednesday morning session of tho institute mot at tlo- normal al *:40. Prof. A. 11....

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. — 13 October 1904

County ConunUsioners Preceding.. Monday. October 3d, IWM. i miintv Commissioner* "i Th , Boart of Co«"W m me| |iurtrtwnl ,„ Kittitas nly A iimemb«rH present. B a,*A ...vk... i.iiis were cxivm 'I und up The to"» w ' n « rran w order Irnwnns us proved.and warrant tO-Wlt! ~viv lURBKNT P.XPKNHK MTOII No S«rn A Hom. «ndjj»jj Asan al- pW a8(l3 Mini ry , , .1 ( rental ami Pacini' State* «i. *»«-'•« la IK i telepli 0 "«""V(<o' niVlKi'- to i per.... "•' W.MVKenW. Incidental*. usscssol » .. ~o sh.'nrT Ml« i.f.Bi»ir.. ;; Kill Cocoi ss r , ""'Sail""" """ 11 VV" ~on HBrtfl»h.toulliwwmeut.irriivel iti.. 11 Wright, labor B* ' , 10 labor us per contrwt, in ( tv bridges UOAU [HSTBIIT Nil. H. H T Lord. It day* work. supervisor i* "" Eilennburi! Lumber Co., Inn i I - - ™" INIUi.KNT Kt'Nll. I David Port Poit No. I 10.A.X.. supplies, aSO In the matter of resignation ol Ja*. tl Hoyle J-- «• »»>;"•• luuj'eeof the peace Mr EUen»burg precinct, was hereby adjourned to mccl tomorrow ut» "•'"' Tuesday. O...

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. — 13 October 1904

4 Bntnred Nov Sth I WW, ttl the Hostonlon. KUons "Suw W»Hhlwlol.. U»eulltltHl lose ' pontiil niton. 0 »r.o« ; m:. PourU.Strma.AltmnyHl.M H TKIIMs: PBI» VK. A It. CASH owiwi *'« ' ,! ;' i, r ';',",::! Bowsllrins in in us ns i '" r „„„n, in, MOHHlllh' ll"l IttUT 111111 l I ('< V,.., ill's It ii-sns..iii< tiiios »f s|m'vi«i o -I" 11 „„„„ Bowssnr.N It hi «"'»' " Inn. doleurc, nirils "I i"i ni ■ , „„ | .."■»>- <• r.n.' ill. ''" "!:„ l; , ? uvertis Blmlli.r iii.ll.Ts will "** •, ~. i ... s Inn rules when |iul»llsheil in I >"• ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population ot City, 4,000 Business men ami Firms in Ellensburg, I( " County Official Paper. EDITORIAL NOTES. DEMOCRATIC MM l HCKET. , .1 nlli.K Tl lIM H ► «irU«ve«Mir sinrHKN.li i-- L'iV. f H ~1.." I'VI'IK X IVr Hupri im' JutlilM.. ' \!i i".i . Par l.vi.v • .mi xAS ii mvi For Att.-rn.-y il'-wrttl. For Sunt, "i Svl - .11 u\iii \w •, ~.„,,„.. ,n„.ii .1 J AM* I"" ■' '"' 1 ' I VV. T UK' X 1 111 n 'I im ...

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. — 13 October 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COffEE. Lyncc BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL' EVENTS John Veavh, of Thorp, was In town Monday. T, A. Davis, of North Yakima, was iii the city Saturday. W. W.Swati lias threshed this season tO.oou bushels of grain. John M. Newman, of Tborp, was In the city trading Saturday. The board of county commissioners were In session again Tuesday. Deputy Sheriff Crowley ma.lf a Hying visit toCle Blum, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Tillio Post spent Sun.lay with Rev. W. M. Kenney and family. Dr. 1. N. Power, of Cle Klum, came down Monday oo professional business. G. I. Wilson, ol Roslyn, is in the city this week attending teachers insti tute. Dr. Perry put in half a do/.eu line show eases Tuesday, as line as any iii the City. C, i». Johnson, of Fusion, came down Monday to look alter some business Interests, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Gilmour, of Roslyn, spent Sunday in this city with their parents. 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. — 13 October 1904

6 Saturday, OH IS. air. nun n All Siik Taffeta Ribbons In Pink, Light Blue. Cardinal, Old Ltose, Creise, Yel low, Black and White. We place this large variety of col ors and widths on special sale Saturday, Oct. 15th at No. 5 All silk Ribbon for 4c per yard 7" 5c " ■■ 9" 6c " " 12" 7c " • 16" 9c " " 22" 10c " " 40" 12c " ■• 60" 15c " 15c In order to introduce our extensive stock of Ladies' Handkerchiefs we will place on sale Saturday, Get. 15 200 dozen ALL Pure Linen Hand Embroidered Initial Hand kerchiefs. These are all linen, unlaundried and the quali ty sold usually at cents each, on Special Sale Saturday Simon P. Fogarty Co Saturday Special Sale r rii(*s<* Grrejitly tlecLuced Prices Ladies Handkerchiefs Only 15c Each STORE. Thk Eixknsiutrg Dawn. Satorflay, Oct 15. 15c

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 October 1904

Additional Local ~„.. WIUI m session yester- Superior court was day. , r \ i ' no.upr left Momlaj for Won- George Beavi i " tana. The Capital is now l«"ed on Wed nesday. George Elliott tft Seattle, la In the city today. K . t. Harden of Seattle came over l ilS i evening. ii. K. Bargeof North Yakima, was In town Saturday. Floyd C. Moore of Seattle, is now with The Pair. W. It. Wilgo* expects to take a trip to St. Louis soon. John Carrier spent a few days in Olympia this week. Hutaooldt Packwood went over to Seattle this forenoon. JudtieT. U Stiles of Tacoma, attend ed court here yesterdaj • Edward Fornjer of North Vakiraa, was in tbe city Saturday. Robert Warner has secured v posi tion with C. E. Wheeler. Mrs. Catherine Murray returned a fewsago from a visit to Seattle. Scott Bolt of Tacoma, ha, accepted a position In Dr. Perry's drug store. Frank Dillon and Miss Lena Dillon were granted license towed Saturday. W. M. Lee and Miss Geneva Hodges were quietly married In North Yakima Thu...

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. — 13 October 1904

8 The Guisha Waist is the latest In full swing now for Ladies, Misses and Child ren. To those of you who haveworn them no more need be said. But those who have not, we invite your inspection and will risk your judgment as to the style, the wear and workmanship. We guarantee your entire satisfaction or money hack. Munsing Lnderwear None so Good. Pure Australian Lambs Wool lnderwear none better at any price. Is the selling for Pall. While we do not allow the interest in Piece Goods to lag tttld at no time was our Stock in better shape to satisfy yon. we want to impress upon your mintls th at this is pre-eminently .. READY TO WeAR STORE. While great strides have been made in this Yankee land of ours in the various in dustries, there is no branch in which progress lias been greater than the Ready to Witt Garments for Men, Women and Children. Only a few seasons ago you amid tell a ready made garment as far as you could see. Now there are houses making just as stylish, serv iceable and sn...

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. — 20 October 1904

DAWN OF BRUiHTKti ROI'KH A MCHTHOUSE Foil Till-: N ATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATU A. GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE FOR J ALL MEN Vol. XI. VOVE FOR WHAT YOU WANT II You Want a lUUroid Commisiion You Will Have to Vote the Democrat!) Ticket. There i-nn ho DO possible hope of ■ railway oommleiioo being enacted by the next MMion of leitiiilature except through tlie election of the democratic state and comity ticket*. Hence, Ithe comes Imperative thai you elect the democratic legislative candidates In this county to a man. Do you want "' know *hy we make this assertion? If so, read the following threat from the republican »'»"' central committee that is heiug sent broadcast ail over the state: "There will he a republican legislature, No republican legislature will put inn. Turner's hands, as governor, the power granted In the naming of a railroad commiMHMt, Because of these facts there is no reason why any re publican should vole tor Turner. There you have it, pure and simple. Is it to ...

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. — 20 October 1904

Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thorp Notes. The schools reopened last Mondaj In this neighborhood. The school officers of the different districts of this county lost an oppor ■ Kilty by nol attending patrons day at tbe i;i~tiiute. Mrs. W. <'. Hayward I* expected home from Hoston at aoy time now. Doth parties alike Intend tosup|M>n tbe best men men of social standing and of ability, especially the men ol good qualities and experience. I. c irndofT has bought Ihe Veach ranch and expect- to make it his home. Mr. Younger and wife have been vis . itlng the past few da, s at W. l>. X Illmour's ranch. \ Quite a number of voters heard Tur ner last Saturday and express their determination to support I im as well as both representatives, I*. A. Turner . and « '. 1.. < tollins. Mrs Hallar has been quite sick for the past week. T. 11. Goodwin and sous were in KUensburg last Saturday o.i business. Registration Closed. I'he total registration In Bllenaburg ' i-. nixiiii "(Ml. Koslyo reports...

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. — 20 October 1904

AMONG THE CHURCHES. BAPTIST VHVRCH. „ Willis E. Pettlbone and wife ,leV I,er members are al d ll,Kl T t ' , W"shin,. 1 .. 1 and North 3 speak both morning ami ». Bey. Willis E. pettlbone entertained hillunday school classai ins it laal of the class were elccUU- SiwDollie Woodham; v ,—,,1 IS Ella Baldwin; and secretary und treasurer, Miss Hattie Smith. FIRST CHRISTIAN CUUHL'H Eighteen persons have united with th / Klrgt Christian church since the eetin,s began. The services of bun- J" wer e with large and,- en ces both morning and evening. ISoM Sk» <»°™' D« ""' 9Ul,jeCl ' C hrigt ln tbe Faith of Today In the evening there will be an 'ermonon Baptism, What Isl..'Mow Performed? Mis. Klolse Kingston will ,'ngat the morning service. I He rot towing will be the subjects for the fourth week of the meeting: Monda.\ evening. Substitution; Tuesday even log WhatSavesand How: Wednesday evening, JeeuePullUHng All High us ness; Thursday evening, 'I he Ladder of. Life and The Udder of Death 111...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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