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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 October 1904

4 Entered Nov stfa IHW.nI n>'- I'lmtonice, KHoiin Inn::. Washington, ttMentitled to sueond olasN pOMtlll lull's. Orrioi: lOftKivsi Pourth Street. Alluinj Work T*hmn I'm Ykah. Cash ROBERT A.TURNER EDITOR. County Official Paper. EDITORIAL NOTES. DI MOCRATIC STATE ll' KCT. Pur Wovcrnor llKnitiiK Tt'MNKH ►'or l.lt'Ut Uiiv Si KPHKN .li Osii.N Por Sir nl stiiti' I'A'Niii'K lliiri.ii Urn Auditor II I-!' I'l oiun ►'lit Siipn im JlldltO \ l KUKII HA'I 111 jt'or Trensiiror Hkohok Mi ih.i.i i Por l.ami i ..in Van H I'lhusi % r*i»r Attorney ttrncrul— C H. Ni.ai. Pur Supl. of Schools vi n '.in viii' ( 11 11 ATM AW A 1 Por I'uwjri'ssiiii'ti • .1 .1 ANtiNIiJH'N I U I' III). I. I'm i. Tim i .1. iUN .1 •' ihm I For I'ri'sldimtittl s lie iiahimon ►•'"tors , , „ AllNl!lx .lollN I 111 M 1.1.1 I. Por Slate Senator 13 lllsl M I-:. PI.VNN for Superior .Indue ■ K. H. I'KKltl.K DEMOCRATIC COUNTS fICKET. i.wt.-.,.r.-.-.,.:,m-s'(.v,",:^,; ►'or Atiililor II M lIAt.OWIN Km- Mir nit I. I! Tim >M \ s ■-*•&g...

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. — 20 October 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR fllliliflßS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL. EVENTS H. .1. Snivel}- was in the city Satur day. . , • W. K. Miller, of Seal lie, was in t In city Friday. . . ilenry Wager is still In a very enti oal condition. j. p.. DeVinney spent Sunday in North Vakima. D. H. Payne, of lloslyn, was in the city Saturday a few hour-. o. W. l'aut/ke went up to I'le F.lurn, Sunday, to look after his studio. John Carrier returned from a visit to Olympla, Friday afternoon. Dr. J. I. MoCauley made a Hying visit to Tacoma, Saturday evening. Mrs. B. P. Vanderblll wenl down to North Yakima, Saturday afternoon. The democratic central committee met in this city Thursday afternoon. | Schools throughout the con nty ro turned work Monday after v week's vacation. Mait Bartbolel returned fi i a ten days' visit in Walla Walla, Sunday afternoon. W. J. McCauitland, of Seattle, is over this week looking ...

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. — 20 October 1904

Sarti, Oct 21 Childrens Coats Having purchased a very large stock of Children's Coats, and in order to fully in troduce this department we will place our entire season's purchases on Special Sale, Saturday, October 22d, at Children's Eiderdown Coats, in White, Light Blue ami Cardinal, lined throughout, silk trimmed, sizes, 4, 5, and 6 #I.DU Children's extra heavy Kiderdowtl Coats in Light Blue, White and Cardinal, sateen lined, handsomely trimmed Qr . sizes 4, 5, and 6 *Zi"o Children's Silk finished Corduroy Coats, Na vy Blue and Cardinal, sateen lined, trimmed with White Silk Gimp, large fancy buttons, sizes 4, 5, and 6 J>4iJJ Remember these Garments are all this season's latest styles-are well made, and are placed on Special Sale, Saturday, October 22d only. JiLANKETS Having purchased onr Blankets direct from the mills we are enabled to offer to our customers some exceptional values iv both Cotton and all Wool Blank ets. Visit our store on Saturday, October 22d, when every pair...

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. — 20 October 1904

Additional Local ' The mtont of Mr. and Mrs. Nickolson is quite slok, Willian.s wenl down to Vaki ma, Tuesday. Who could ask for liner weather? II is truly Ideal. David Longmlre, of Wenas, was In the city today. A petition has been Hied for a posl office at Nelson's Siding. Archie Wlsbard succeeds Caul Muel ler a* deputy i" I'"' POStOIIICP. Col. E. E. Wager Is al the bedside of hi, »lck brother, Henry, this week. Sheriff Thomas Is In lloslyn and Cle glum this week on otlloial bus ss. Rev. A. Bard, of Wallu Walla, occu pied the pulpit of the Episcopal church Sunday. Baron Lteblg, the great C.ermnn chemist, recommends ('rcsccnl Hakiuu Powder. W, P. Hlddleson is a candidate for justice of tli" peace In tho Ist waif this city. .lames Leslie. Of Walla Walla, was soliciting orders for printer's stock In our city Tuesday. A new postolllce has just been estab- Ilsbed at tlie mouth of the < 'olockum called I.cine I lurk. Chas. Dana, of Seattle, stopped oIT here yesterday to visil with his...

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. — 20 October 1904

s The Guisha Waist is the latest In full swing now "or Ladies, Misses and Child en. To those of yon who taveworn them no more need >c said. But those who have not, we invite your inspection md will risk your judgment as to the style, the wear and workmanship. We guarantee your entire satisfaction or money hack. Munsinf 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 tat and v no tinfc was our Stock in better shape to satisfy you, we want to impress upon yo« minds that this is pre-eminently a READY TO WZAR 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 has been greater than the Ready to Wear Garments for Men, Women and Children. Only a few seasons ago you could tell a ready made garment as far as you could see. Now there are houses making just as stylish, serv iceable and snappy ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 November 1904

, rtAWNOP BRIGHTEH BOPKS A LIOHTHOUSIi FOX THK NATION'S SAFKTY- A JJAWi A t »|.. o p ljK ' S SHIP OF STATIC A OOVEItNVIIiNT OF JUSTICE PORJALL MEN Vol. xi. PARTIAL COUNTY RETURNS Republican Majorities Lar. s c in Nearly Ev«ry Precinct Except at Thorp. Ota Ham- Roosevelt 807, Parker B»; Hum ohrey 190, Jones lift Cus an 100, HaUiaway n Undewon 74. Beck 73; Rudkln 191. Fuller ton |M, Battle 87: Mend I6T, Tumor III: C I IM Judson B8: Nichols IHB, Hough 78; Mills is,. Mudgett 7T: Cluuson ITO. Punlln 103; Atkinson im Neal 76; Ros* i*< ; . Pierson 78; Bryan IM OerardSJ: Sharp »*• ".vim "VOlson 180; Dick ion IWi CoUtnaM. TurnerH7; Rlgg IBS. Preble iih: Brown 118, Thomas 179; Emerson SU: Bald trio lie: Price 193. Pnynewi; Mires IM. Camp bell uf,: Kenney irr. Wrlirhl 91: lllalr IM, | Kerns 99; York IM. Bruton 83: Wright 11"-. ; gohaebly OS: Taylor H"'. Lumsden 88. Ellensburg, l«l ward -Roosevelt 800. Parker 70; Humphrey 848, Jones 347. Cushman 445, Hathaway 15, Anderson 95, Beck 97; Rudkln...

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. — 10 November 1904

n Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thomat Jefferson in "Rip." Prom sire ti> wm the nan c uf .JelTerson ami lllp Van Winkle will live for yen* crat ions to come Thomas .Jefferson is now thoroughly established a woi'iliv successor 1 lo 11iIllustrious jittiu-i'. Liv gives »ucli a splendid per 0 fcLaoa • X kraa Lias Li J '4a "v'i^ formanco of that delightful old vaga bond Hip as on It :i .IclTerson can, that he may go on pi tying it for tbe theatre going public sei'tn never to tire ol Kip and liisdii;j Schneider. At the theatre Thur-day, Nov. n ber 17t li. On Sunday afternoon, lie, 11 1 . liev, ''. 11. Hilton in.in ii in nin linye .1 1.. Allen uml Mrs. Ilej 1 »vn both ol tbi city. 'I'be v ii! J occ e.i nl tbe home of tin. hi ide, it. the Lynch block. A nnlipie feature ol the occasion was the dinner prepured and served by the bride. Prom thi* repast, it is evident thai the groom l is fallen Into gtHid bands. Mr, and Mrs. Allen have pur chased property on Pine streei near Sixth, uml will 1 t h...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 November 1904

AMONG THE CHURCHES. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH -. ~t the gloomy evening, there the Chri s 'oSrcb Sunday night an 1 came forward by confession ol S Next Sunday uln* the pastor w J„ give these, 1 of a series of set- Th« I Ife el' Christ, Subject., r;;* •Meeting. Many lie aster Has been asked a. I ne millennium, as to what H is. Next Sunday evening thai - tlie theme, S Wha. Is ItV .low Can Wellave It? The chorus choir will gjfjo The Lord Ueigneth, by U.reu/. »UI tfive his usual violin solos. Tbe public cordially Inv I. KI'ISi (OPAt. CHURCH Tue re will be wrvie.es a. (.race Episcopal church next Sunday, as usual, at Ua.ni.and7::Wp in. I" the 'u lmr Mr. Ross will deliver the s nl ol tit. addresses on lb— "' Hebrew History, the »«bj et, « be,n « 1 '"' an ,l Times of Joshua. lii tbe evening Professor W. E. Wilson, of the state Dormalsohool, will deliver an ad Ires D tbe subject of "The Kingdom V. [th in L's." BAPTIST CHURCH. The pastor of the Baptist church spoke last Sunday morning on Tie- Jo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 November 1904

4 Ellcnsburq Batun. Bntornl t*o\ M* IMM, ni th.' l»i«.t..nVß. Kliwi* bur*, WuKhinKton, «* eiitliU'il n>nt< mcm»» pUHtttl rutoH. Orrur lOfsEiwt Fourth Strn-t. Alt.iin.v l«<> TKIOI- I*l 11 V« Ml >' ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR 11,.', ■ Tli.' 11 in- . I ! 1 jot 01 vi Ai' "1 " -I"'"''' All .1 ■ • ' v imiM l« Inn ili'-l in i"i 1 "i "• 1 " 10a. in inlii'rttlw il.. ' ' • 1 " I • \\V un lurii .1 i" ml' l»l ■ li" 1 ■ " "' bUMlnt'Ns. Com .| li'ins '.' pissi|.,r I ..t Ult.T tlllH ' " iew'ssin 'olioili sum! " t'i'i "•■■>■• " lOK. Spcsiiii Notta Hi i, nfti dolrm-. . -"I * I-.-' • •'• " ' nicnts I'lmiKiiiK un ml' l ■" ' " • 1 •iOlilur In.l iri'* will '.'''l'"; '! ii Vu'\ lnt; rat.- w Im n puliliMii I I. II" ' Population of County, 13,23.; Population ol City, 4»oo< Business men and Firms in Ellensbin -.. i< County Official Paper. EDITORIAL NO fES. Wl rucel majority. Ti pnliiii'iii an impression. It was a linn in this state Tui-sdii;.. \>n\ vn will noun) in tin mmi ay. i n ami...

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. — 10 November 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR IWILIiARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce IJlocK. Phone Retl 041. THE LOCAL EVENTS W. K. Miller of Seattle, is In the city ■ today. K. k. Wager went up i" I I" Mui"i Monday. judge Rudkln held court in this city Saturday. Harry Walden, of Seattle, was in the cit v Monday. Frank Kerstetter, of Liberty, came down Sunday. William Grim is reported doing fair ly well today. Porter Orndofl of Thorp was In the oitv yesterday. Will Buroham, of Cle Klum, was in tbe city Monday. H, W. Eldred spent Tuesday in this city at tho polls. R, LeePurdin apcnl Saturday night in North Yakima. Mrs. H. si. Fielding of CleKlum, wa in tbe city Tuesday. Wm. Grim is gradually recovering j from his recent illness, Mrs. N. •) Durgan is spending a few days in North Vakima this week. Will Horn baa his new residence in Sucnyside addition well under way. The Terpslchorean club will (jive their next dance Friday n ; ;. r i,;. Nov, i-....

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. — 10 November 1904

6 SaiiJf, Ii 12. Cloaks At the Following Reductions Young Ladies Jackets in Tan, Brown aud Navy Blue, trimmed in velvet, and brass buttons, mercerized linings, regular price $6.50 Saturday: Ladies Grey Zibeline Jackets, sateen lined, tight fitting back regular price $7.00, Saturday Ladies Beaver Cloth Jackets, in Tan or Cardinal, satin lined throughout, regular price $12.00, Saturday Ladies Cravenette Jackets, silk lined, tight fitting back regular price $12.50, Saturday Ladies Black Beaver Jackets, velvet trimmed satin lined throughout, regular \)\k'2 $13.50, Saturday Ladies Tourist Coats of fancy manish overcoating, all wool Butcher back, yoke lined with satin, 12 inches long 52.00 Eiderdown Coats, assorted colors for $1.50 $3.50 ?? 2 '95 fs # ( io Corduroy M'3s $5.00 Zibeliue " " " $4.2$ Our reputation of carrying the best values in Furs is now well established, and Saturday, our Special Sale Day we place our entire stock upon tables at greatly re duced prices. Coney, Wink, Fox, ...

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. — 10 November 1904

Additional Local " k J. Page of Thorp, was In town yes- j tenia}'. tm tbe Union Fish Market's new ad I in this Issue. Ti \ i) liv is.«)f North Vakima, is in the city today, E T Bar den of Seattle, was in the c ity yesterday. CO. Johnson of Kaaton, was in the c ity Wednesday. Herman Page of Thorp, was in town yesterday a few hours. ' \v. G Roe has purchased Sam lion tons store <>n Third street. W. C. Bayward of Thorp, was iv the city Wednesda) forenoon. The ladies of the Catholic church in- j wn d to give a great dinner on Thanks giving day. Rev. W. M. Jennings of l 'leKlum, I came down Tuesday afternoon to git, election results. L. K. Campbell came down from « 'le Klum Tuesday afternoon and joined bis wife in North Vakima same night. Ii LGault&Co., sold yesterday lo George Mills three lots and two houses in tliis city. Consideration fcM.tHt. Also two loUtoChas. White for *4(H). Thesoolal given by the Ladies Aid locietyof Menastash was a grand suc cess. No. -J- held by Miss...

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. — 10 November 1904

8 The Guisha Waist is the latest In full swing now for Ladies, Misses and Child ren. To those ol you who haveworn them no more need be said. But those who havt not, we invite your inspection and will risk your judgment as to the style, the wear aud 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 Fall. While we do not allow the interest in Piece Good* tolag, and at no time was our Stock in better shape to satisfy you, we want to impress upon yo« minds that this is pre-eminently a READY TO WEAR STORE. While great strides have hem made in this Yankee land of ours in the variousin dustries, there is no branch in which progress has been greater than the Ready to Wear Garments for Men, Women and Children. Only a feu- seasons ago you could tell a ready made garment as far as you could see. Now there are houses making just as stylish, serv ieealde and snappy ga...

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. — 17 November 1904

DAWN OP BRIHHTKIt UoPKH A MtiHTIKU'SK POH THK N \TIoN'S HAPKTY- A PKoPI.K'S SHIP OP STATK A GOVK'tNMKN POP .JUS ITOK POR'ALTj MESN Vol. xi. SENATOR TURNER SPEAKS. The Removal ol Neceulty for Change ol Residence Some Amend for Defeat. Senator Turner, the defeated demo emtio candidate for governor, in n statement at Spokane, 11 *• - Ha) after election, is reported to ba\ c - tin: ••I regret the result In this state be cause I fearlt will Indefinitely postp in • any action of value looking to the eon trol of freight rates or to the equaliza tion of taxes mi railways and other public service corporations. I am will log, however, to suspend judgment, und If our republican friends do anything worthy of commendation in thai direc tion, to give them credii for it. ••lam more than conteni with the remit, so ftii' a- I am personally con cerned. I enjoy my home here much more than 1 could possibly enjoy a four-years'residence at Olympia, how ever pleasant that might be: and cer tainly my busin...

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. — 17 November 1904

Men's Apparel, All Ages. Christmas ! air The Presbyterian ladies will hold their annual ('hrlsi mas sale on Friday, Dec. 2nd, beginning al I p. in. mile dinning room of the < I rand Pacilic bote A chicken dinner will be served from sto 7 o'clock. Dinner -■ c w.s, a I mis sion In cents, P. A. Dickey Passes Away. P, A. Dickey, who In- live I In thin valley muny years, il'kml some lime Wednesday night. Fie lived with his Bon, Kd. and shortly after retiring he ci al to Kd for a drink of water. I In said was all he wanted. When X I got up in the morning he found his father cold and Stiff ill death. lie was near 7f) years of ago, Funeral Saturday noon. The Superior Court Jury. Tho following is ii li»t of the jurymen drawn emui using the present panel John Mill, Fred VVippel, Win. Lee, George Ulunt, Sain .Mills. Sr., N. 1., inoiwin. W. Laswell, 1.. Olsen, lloheri For-ytbe, X i- .Johns, r. ('. ( liurehill, Frank Neims, M K. Iteigel, M. 11. Story, .1. M. Ferry, X, L. Me Uinness, John Hans...

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. — 17 November 1904

OFFICIAL ELECTION COUNT a hv th« Official Board Tuesday As Returned b> m an d Wednesday ol this Week. Pluralities. \ Vote. Hep. 11,1,1 t '"" li ' l ""' S aoVBIINOB. I-Jn l"l Mead.' iijji Turner, d ~i HoOorraiek. no la " Burgess, so (a . gherwood, pi'" . STATU SKN V I ....HSI IRS Sharp, r ~: 1> j Flynn, d (1) Blackmore, I"'" ' LKUISI.A I I HI IIMS H"-' Olsen. r , Collins, il V., I Smith, pro tm Dielwon.r |(( ,, B I' U " m ' r d si* l'l I. !•'!{ -II 1 l -l ir;. m Rlgg." | Pteble, ii sman: r. n.V! Brown, r ||3? Thonvu. ii Jennings. I"'" . I.KHK. . IMOI ItITU .... Bmer»on, I Bruer, pro Aitnrroß. ~ ~, Una .... I'.'-tn Baldwin, d ~ Bridge, pra Or. Malum nil \-i UKH. Price, r . Payne, >i ATTUBNBY. ..... Illsil Mires, r Campbell, a * * Bonney, ii»i ASSSMSOB. Kenney. t ' •••• i Wright, .1 vx Beeley, pro BCPKaWTKNUIi.N I "I SI IU" lllnlr.r iw f " ; - KtTlls- ll 111,1 j SL'BVKViIU. Vork.r ■ •' 8> Bruton, d COMMISSIIINEH 1-1 ni- I in. i Wright, r ■ Ml Ichnebly, a Aiwvud. Pr ' H roNS...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1904

4 gllcnshurg ihivm. Entered N..». Mh l«M ..• ••• >' •• ' " 1 ' ' bun:. W iiKhlimUin, intent .. *' '»'«« * ■ postal rutl'H. Orrii'K it* Kiiki ii ' '■ Tkums I'KB VBAH, I'A II ROBERT A. TURN! ! ED :, N ■ All i Week inn Ii Inn ill il 111 U, 111 l ll lll'l » Isi' ' I" ' \\, un fmiiil i" nil. |o 'I t>Uttilli ss Oorrrspoiuli nis »ill pi" 1 nt-ws ii* it s In i" us us *~i poMKibli' nut Inter tin Beeessun i" Itulil sttli r UNI vVi •• Inc. Spcllll NotlCC HlTi dub-Ill*', run s of Ihul ■ • ll.enls ehlll :■ mi' iit' mil Klmllitr n.'ii. i'- wi li..' • ■..,....' 188 ruli's "In n publish' 1 1 in ' l>A*« Population of County, 12,23^ Population of Cit>. 4,001 Business men and Finns in Ellensbury, lot County Official I'a per. EDITORIAL NOTES. RL'M, RAILROAD AND RUIN, We believe we can assort without fear of a successful contradiction. thu" ihe tit li ut ii tin' '!■ n i emtio pari} i Kittitas county ami tlie state ol Wash i11«;i<'11 is largely due to the i- llili no - el the railroad mi |...

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. — 17 November 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COffEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Rev. Hilton is Indisposed with ton silitis. p r . how. of Roslyn, spent l-riday In this city. B, Lee Purdln wenl over to Seattle Sunday. A little son of 0. T. Atwood Is down wiili diphtheria. Quite a number of teachers look the examination last Friday. The county commissioners held a special lewion Saturday. Henry J. Snively, of North Vakima, attended court Monday. Judge Rudkln came up Monday morning from North Vakiiua. Miss Hannah Corruthers, of Uoslyn, isa guest of her friends in this city. P. N. McCandless and wife, of Taco ma, are spending a few day-, in this city. 1.. K. Campbell, Cle Mum's leju! light, attended court tiiis week in ti.i city. W. E, Crowley went up to Teanaway, Saturday, to look after bis farm in terests. c. s. Baker, of CleElum, cam.' down Friday to look after bis interests in this city. i A. 1.. Sle...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1904

6 Sairtj, li 19. Dress Goods Our Special Sales which we hold each Saturday continue to grow in popularity. Our aim is to put on Special Sale, Seasonable and Reliable Goods only, and on We will place on Special Sale our entire stock of Black and Col ored, all wool, Dress Goods, sold regularly at 65c and 75c per yard, at the low price of Such well known and desirable goods as Mohairs, Brilliantines, Zib elines, Albatross, Ltica Suitings, Sharkskin and Granite Cloths will be included in this Great Saturday Special Sale at As a greater inducement we will allow a discount of 10 per cent, on all the finer grades. Outing' Flannels 7 c quality - - for 5e per yard 10c " 64 8 1-3 " " v 121-2 - - « io " These Prices are good for the one day only —Saturday, November 19th, Simon P. Fogarty Co Saturday Special Sale Simon P. Fogarty Co. Saturday, Nov. 19th ThK Kr.LKNSntiRG Dawn. 50c Per Yard Outing Flannels Siriaf, i. ii

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1904

TO DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS. About the first of each year ire make , • ii,.,., mi all arrearage on , ane<*f ( ° f l ££\ ml rof l.usi robscrlptions. It Is a ne «, pure and slmpi< ■ - - ~|„kswe find a g )ier centago a Jepaid op and manj a 3 "> '' - ;™ P we mil Bnd amm outstanding, rial. sum... each Individual, hut in Jheaggregate, toes, It to *Mm "*" considered, We have ear and need tin order to make the **ar,•ln.- -provementsin our paper ami to 1 h,ui-, d. or obllgatlona. We ea boi ,ne«o 0 money due bui h, ...hurl kett T fl «7m not do'" hut to tire to oppress, wtn »" ! •» those who are In arrears hi we would be pleaaed to have them call Bndsettleup. To all who will dose, alu l ,„.y one one year In udvum-e, will, „ ive the Farm and fireside, a large Sf ,m-nio.itl.v agricultural pi ■ puh li.hsd In Springfield, "., one year free, you will receive a sample copy "I ' be Farm uml Firesideahoul Deo. U 'I his offer applies to new aubseriptious ulso. Fritz and Play. An excellent compan...

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