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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1904

s The Full Box i A Stylish coat oi i ill \vo( A Kersey, s'' finches long in dark mixtures, Prices: 15 1 1.1« \5 1 2.51 >,> 1 >.< " < and 517.5 1 >. The Belted Cossack. A swell coat of heavy Rough Pepper and Salt Scotch Tweed, Belted 60 inches long, S2< u>< >. ()th ers in this style jStO 00, Mens IN ALL THE Newest Weaves and Styles If you don'l see here tlie kind to suit iv Style or Price, drop in Hie store. We have them from The Tourist A 60-incll Coat of all wool A Dressy Coat for Early Herringbone Stripe Worsted, Fall and Spring wear, in Velvet Collar, Seal Brown Medium Light Scotch shot with Olive, $15.00, Tweed, Tan effect, $12.50. Dischess Trousers Hamilton Brown Shoe R. B. VIL SON THK EM-rKNSIUJRG DAWN Gordon Hats The Topper Boulevard Box A 50-111 Coat of Blk. and Dk. Blue Kersey Melt<'ii, lined through out. \\ itil heavy mercer ized twill, Velvet Col lar. Prices 512.50, $15.00 and $1 7.50. The Regent Heavy Wool Cheviot with or without Kelt. 5S...

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. — 24 November 1904

a nAWNOF BRIGHTER HOPES \ LICIIT r SE Poll THK NATION'S HAPETY AU ' A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE ,\ GOVEItNMEN TOP JUS PICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. THE COMMISSIONERS MEET And Allow a Host ot Bills. Including Election Bill and Road snd Bridge Bills. I- : \i ■ ■ her II I ■ I the Board ot CountyC mission, rsof X ill tai county, WtwSlnrton. met purs iimi ." ad journmcnt. All rneuilierH present. The followuw bills were exuniinml imd up proved, und warrants ordensi ls> las fo, ..w - COCSTY Ct'BBKkT BXl'fc.NSb II Nil ■eott & Cameron, burial pauper* I Qla>t« PrudhommeCo . supple* -. ... Bushonif 4 Co.. otHce Kiipnlie* I — Koepke & Shoudy. mdse puup<'r Oeo. W. Horabeck. plumblnif und liune _ _ • ware ' S W. Farrl.". milk uuariintlne patient w.i Brsdsbuwllius. A i'".. w i iiuiirantlnc patient , " ■, z "' Tnornati Maxcy. expense ileputj sheriff i i i piolflc S. Tel. k Tel. Co., rent and service telephone 15 15 Western t'ni"ii Tel. Co., telegrams 'i Fred I. Woltt. mdse paupi r PrankSc...

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. — 24 November 1904

My Announcement today is of interest to a!l Boys and Parents of Doys Read all AI! The American Ley Magazine Six Months Sb »c ipticn to this great Magazine »«-.•.--» £TPPT~ with ever purchase oV 55.00 or more irom my p M» ■ l\ Im &■.•■■* Boys' Department The -American Bey" magazine \r- Ml Boy and is published for Boys -it contains stoles about boys and t tin s that interest them, it teiis of their trials, struggles ?nd sucsesses. Tells them hjw to do thins-; and what other boys everywhere are doing It is a paper that interests every boy and on 3 which all patents are glad to have their boys read, it makes manly boys. The November number is now ready and contains 32 large pages, 83 illustrations. 10 stories, 15 leading a tides, a great many shorter arti cles and full pages devoted to boys .r, money makers, the Order or American Boys, amateur jc irnaiism, .. imps, coins and photography. THE BEST BOYS CLOTHING TO BE HAD IN ELLENSBURG. Men's Apparel, All Ages. John L. Wilson Has Chin...

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. — 24 November 1904

RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE New , Gathered from id** * °"< Staff Reporter for Your Benefit. c .B,L»rri«>n,alr instructor te , be Northern Pacific, let for I use, , Monday. H. has his s, a car with 1 ml KStendaysal E lensburg asls fngtbe train men in impr g U c,, knowledge of the air brake proposh R c , fjowdlsh, trainmaster at Pasco, SIH . u t Monday in EHensburß. Engineer C. P. Seal has been assign ed toa run out of Spokane, and lef here Monday evening to take up his new assignment. H . F Nichols, who has !>"< i the sick H-t for some lime, is slightly Improved. Mr. Chas. O'Connor f our oper ators, gave us a surprise Tuesday, by marrying MUs Crane. The hoys went through the usual demonstrations in such ruses, but Charley Is a cheerful fellow and he did not mind much, out side of a little embarrassment. W. 0. Dataflow, our storekeeper, will spend Thanksgiving with his brother at South Tacoma. Will Charlton is now a brakeman on the Idaho division. Conductor John Clark has been...

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. — 24 November 1904

4 gttcnsljjjrg gaum. ■ntered Nov, sth I CM, m !!»• I'ostomcc, kih . buw, Wttuhlntrton, agcntmed to second rii postal ratt's. Orrioa: 105 BaM Fourth Street Altmnj Hlo Tkhms: Pkh V«ab, Cash ROBERT A. TURNER EDITO c All chitm-M.'" of iidvertiseiiai'ts lor eiirrn Week in';-' t'i hllllili'il In n l ' iliTui situ 10ii. 111 otherwise, the eh.n • will noi apiH ;.i \Vr an forts il In lull pi lllis I llli' ..- .1 llllllu 1 ■ till- —. Correspondents »i" pli'iisi "> uad net thn Bews Items ii, to a- a- earl) i in< 11 possilili' not liner tnun'l in mi ; atii moon in less Nlinil'tllillM of SlHTill II 1" lli i...- o - neeessim to hold miiut' Ilia ■ WnlliesdttJ nini'i Inn. Special NtllM Hen ufti n-i lutloii* •!•••! doli'iur. mrds nl tin i is. i liit sol rulertiiii un'iiis Clinritinu nil iiiliiilsmihi Ice. ami olliii Blmllur notU'i's will!»'i - hiu • ni.'iiliir advent* InK rates when published 11T111 Hawn Population of County, 12,23 . Population ol City, 4.001 Business men and Firms in Ellensbu...

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. — 24 November 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPUE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR |VIIUUARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red .141- THE LOCAL EVENTS superior court adjourned Friday afternoon. Robert Hamilton went down to North Yakima. Sunday. Mose M. Emetson made North \ akl ma a visit Friday. W. K. McMillan, of North Yakima, was In the city Tuesday. Mr. Vance has completed a nice resl- j deuce near the normal school. I. s. Jackson returned from a week's visit in North Yakima, Sunday. Miss Mabelle Carscadden spent a few | days In Koslyn since our lust issue. W. H. Hoskins is spending a few days in Koslyn with his sou. John, and wife. A. L. Slemmons returned from a business trip to liepublic, Friday ion noon. Fred Hull Is spending the week down near Kennewick, hunting ducks and geese. John Morgan went down t" Yakima, Monday, to yet a uar loan of horse* for T. L>. Ooodwin. The ram fall Sunday was pretty gen eral throughout the state, especially the south half. The ...

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. — 24 November 1904

6 Satrnflay, It. 26. In order to make room for our large slock of toys and Christmas novelties we will place on special sale Saturday, Nov. 26th, our entire stock of ladies all wool skirts and shirt waists. The reductions are very noticeable. And we would advise eco nomical buyers to avail themselves of this tfreat Saturday Special Sale. We quote a few of the most popular priced numbers: Our ladies shirt waists are of this season's latest weaves—mohairs, french and pressed flannels—in black, cream and colors. Simon P. Fogarty Co CASH STORE. Saturday Special Sale LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS AND SKIRTS The regular 5 3.75 all wool skirt for S 3.00 Saturday " " 4.50 " " " " 3-75 5.50 4-°^ H M " " " " 5.25 U v 7< q 0 v v v . 6 , « •! 7.50 " " •« 6. 3 s - M " 9.00 " '" 7-5° 10.00 " " " " 8.25 " " 11.00 " " '' " 9-5° " " 12.00 ,l M '* " 10,00 M The regular $2.00 all wool waists for $1.63 Saturday it m 2.50 " v " v 2.10 " " M 3.00 M M " H 2.29 v " M 4.00 ** " M 3.10 M 4-50 " " " " 3.63 M " 7-o°...

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. — 24 November 1904

Local ' k. I. Anderson, of Olymplft, was in the city y«terd»y. Chat. PMteke, of Auburn, visited Natives here Saturday and Sunday. ~ r fltswortb, of the American ' ..f Seattle, was in the Paper compwj "t seaiue, city yesterday gamuelC. Butcher painted and pa pered D. H. Westootfs Un. residence on tlie Menastasb. , x Woodyard left yesterday for Portland, Oregon, where he v.ill spend the winter with his son. Austin Mire, and Deputy Sherifl Crowley started yesterday tor a hunt ing expedition on the Swauk. Gov. Mcßride and his private secre tarv .1. Howard Watson, came over yesterday to look after the interests ol the state normal. Mrs. Frank Pebles, who has been visiting her father, I. FI. Westcott, for the past six weeks, returned to her Lome in Spokane last Friday. Married, at the residence of the bride in' l ie Ellim, Wash.. Nov. 20, HRH, William K. Hall, of Cle Klum, an I Mrs. Cyntba Scott, Rev. J. D, Cook officiating. S. W. Maxey leaves today for St. Louis, where he will spend a fe...

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. — 24 November 1904

8 Tlie Full Box i A Stylish coat of all wool Kersi'v, 56 inches I<> 11 yj, in dark [mixtures. Prices: !51 1 .<><>, 51 2.51 >,> 1 5.01) land 517. s<>. The Belted Cossack. A swell c iat ■ i heavy Rough Peppn 1 vSalt Scotch Twe. 1 ted 60 inches long (>th ers in this ;ioo<\ 51 2.50, 51 5 "•' lo ' A Partial Showing :- > Large Ml Stock of Overcoats <; -: Everyone is a brand new Fall \%i Coat from the best makers. If you don't see here the kind to suit in Style or Price, drop in tlie store. We have them from The Tourist j A 6< i-inch C<>at ol ai ><>1 Herringbone Stripe W led, Velvet Collar, Seal \n shot with ()hve, 51 .5.1 >' Gor m H its Dfiche Trc users H liltc Brow) Shoe /IL SON Thk Ki.i.KNSi'.rRC. Dawn —of our — in all the New >4( >.< X ) I ]) The Topper A Dressy Coat for Early Fall and Spring wear, in Medium Light Scotch Tweed, an effect, $12.50. Boulevard Box A 50-111 Coat of B!k. and I >k. Blue Kersey Melt' 11...

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. — 24 November 1904

9 " on bureaus ami wash Ma i b -«Tcatch spots of medicine .lands often < eaten v , nkle „ nlt X 1 nPPIy vi«- »ver a scm. j use a irJit.rnotwierontbe re mop wrung i kerosene for a off wit,, snap a,,d water. . How to Write .... Met»U. Thi9 process is advocated by an ex nerienced person: Take a quarter of a „itric BCid and half an ounce St acid! MIX. shake well to- Sther ami't is ready for use. < oye £ place vo.i wish to mark with melted Kax. When cold write your In- S i m Plainly on the wax with a Itarp Instrument t,. clear the metal. Then aPPLy the mixed acids w.Jtj . feather, carefully I tg -"'l' letter. Lot It remain fro.., one to ten minutes JSirdlng to appearan leslred. hen throw In water. Which stops the pro* ess, and remove the wax. How to Abollan Hoime Piles. By placing shallow dishes or black ing box lid* containing coal oil on the window joints and casings you can trap all large house flies. he dishes will need to be emptied quite often, but j-ou will soon be rid of tl...

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. — 24 November 1904

Thanksgivin^Day Our National day set apart for giving thanks to our Creator has come and gone and how many of The Dawn's readers couscienciously gave thanks for that greatest boon of all—Health? How many are there who suffer year in and year out all the tortures, described by Dante, going from one physician to another, seeking freedom from bodily ills, the symptoms of such diseases as Rheumatism, Asthma, Stomach and Liver Troubles, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Nervous Troubles or Women's Ills, and all without any degree of permanent relief? Why don't you stop doctoring and get well? Do you think the good Lord intended that His children should suffer pain? I don't. Don't you think that when we have pain that there is something about our human machinery that is radically wrong and needs adjusting? I do. Have you tried the Osteopath tor your specific trouble? You have tried everything else, havent you? Well, now be fair with yourself and ask aid from this system of treating without drug...

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. — 1 December 1904

A DAWN OF BWGHTKU BOPF.S A LIIiHTIIOFSI-: Fol! Til!: NATION'S KAFFTY- A !T.< H'LK'S SMli' OF STATU \ GOVFItNMFNT OF JUSTICK Foil ALLM FN Vol. xi. THE FUTURE OP DEMOCRACY A Party That Will not Die at the Behestl of The Republican Bosjci ot Their Press. My theOregonian.are devoting a great emtio party. « (pinions diner inti'orial ]y BtnoDg these editorial critics as to what the future may have in store for the party of Jefferson. Soto- seem to think that the party will disintegrate j after the overwhelming defi at ol Park er, others think that the party will live ; but change its principles, returning to radicalism. There are still others who party is to be absorbed by the "grow ing force of socialism," without per baps changing its nam". In one assumption these critics all agree and that is that whatever may , ,i „ u„„ I „ „.ni . ,■ , happen the democratic part) will neter pose before the country again ;i> a con servative party. In this view of the case tliey are doubtless rii....

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 December 1904

My Announcement today is of interest to ail Beys and Parents of Boys Read a!! The American Boy Magazine Six Months Subscription to this great Magazine pw—. ETRFF with every purch. Ie cf $5.00 or more from my p Rtt D IXksiU Beys' Department The ' American Bey" magazina is All Boy and is published for Boys -it contains stories about boys and things that interest them. It tells cf their trials, struggles and successes. Tells them how to do things and what other beys everywhere are doing. It is a paper that interests every boy ;nd on. which all parents are gad to have their boys rend, it makes manly boys. The November number is now ready and contains 32 large pages. 83 illustrations. 10 stories, 15 leading articles a great many shorter arti cles and full pages devoted to boys as money makers, the Order o'. American Boys, amateur journalism, stamps, coins and photography. THE BEST OYS CLOTHING TO BE HAD IN ELLENSBURG. Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thanksgiving Dinner. very pleasant Thanksgivi...

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 December 1904

Additional Local Tbe city election occurs on Kh. ,„p.rior court convenes agal i thel - 11 '- ~r Bui KitliUis, was Henry Darby, of bust to the city Tuesday. W M.Kenney wen, ... '"~ - v de Elom, Tuesday after n. the city council meets next Mondaj ivenlng. w W Bonney ba« qualiil-ti as |tt* tit . eo f the peace for South Kllenaburg predn '' l ' n I local |. D> r, Payne. <t- <•• • ' ' •' lights, was in I 1 1 •Weilir -day. Step.el) Woodbo'ise is c.'l .c. in; tax fot rear l ha: ing to a close. Owing t.. 1 '' ' ;' . '' will, - ticket I I'm Hill.' ' - the city Tuesday in company wi h new .- in in-law. .lohti f.. Utven. of I • - valley. Ellensburg Aerie, V. <>. X., No I- 1 ' will ii' ' t Sunday '•< > '••" : , ' *. the s..!ii" some days since at a i • ;• •hit' mci ling. If yoll want Rwlyn I 1 ""! 1 «»■ or -''"' 1 "• ! l,n * r ' work, rail on ii. A. S, ■ 1 • ••• ' '■• •' Third and Pearl Sts . phon • Main i i. Jnliii .lone?, the miinagi r ol the Al berta creamery sub station...

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 December 1904

A gtlcnstujrg -Claum. Bntnred Not ftth ISV4. 11l He- I'ostollloo, Kllens burg, Washington, aaeiillUod tosecondclass poslill ral.-s. OrricK: lor. Ensl Fourth Strei i. Albany Hloek Tkum- I'KH YKAIt, Cash ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All f>,;, ii-c- ol' advert iscmi Ms tor rurronl Week niiisl In: ImiuU'il in iiul l:in r I linn Tuesday. 10 it in Otherwise, till' rltiiU!!. " ill mil iippcur. Wo un- forced 10 adopt ii' - rule us a imitlor ol bUMItIeHN. Correspondents will please irj mill (tot their news Items In vi un :>- riirl; Ii Ho' wi'i'h us possllilt' in.l lai.-rllis.il 'i I '■ ufi'Tluton. Un less si -1111111: of special in |- I'l vi" Wilkes il nci-cssai i In liul.l sain.• in.l n WeilnesilllJ mom Hilt. Special Notice Hereafter a., r. solutions ..r .■■ n doleiii'e. I'urils ..I II ks. not ires ol eiitertnlii uu'iiis I'liarsiliK an uilinissioii lee, ami other siinilnr n.'l lees will lie churned regular u.lveri i- Ing rates wln n pulilisln it in Till IIAWN. Population of County, 12,234...

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 December 1904

•1 Jlaum. Bntered Nov Mb IHU4, ul Un- I'ostnflton. Klleus burtr, Washington, unentitled to second fhuts postal rail's. Orru.'Ki 105 Ehud Fourth Street, Albany Ulork. Tkhms. I'M! VSAII, Cash i ll.uu ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Ail i'hnnnes nf mlvriiisi mi nis ror rurrcnl week in .-i 11 liiimli'tl in n.i i". r UmtiTiU'sihi.v. 10n. ni tlthiTwlsi). thri-hiiui!' .>i'ii ppriir. Wr lirr totVUd In lUlllJll Hi:- I Mr .is a 111 II tit I' "I business. Correspondents will plrnse ir;, und X"l tlmir news llrllis il' to lis lis rum li 11»" wi i'U as possihlc not litter limn Tin silii\ nfirr n. Un teHKsitnii'tliiiiKuf sp. n;,. in p< i i im-e multes 11 aeeuHNur) vi hold kuuio until Wi'dni'sdrt) morn IHK. Speiiul Notice Hereurtrr all ri volutions of ci n dolem-e, rurils of thanks. in>l res ol entertnlii ments I'liarnlHK "ii admission lee, unit other Blinlhir Motives will heehiinteil reiiolar wlvertls Inn rales when publish) 0 a; I 111 DAWN. Population of County, 12,23.1 Population ol' City. 4,0...

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. — 1 December 1904

Chas. 11. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT m IVIIULiARS ROASTED COrpEE. Ly„ C e BlocK. Phone Red 341« THE LOCAL 1 EVENTS 3, E. Frost went over to Seattle, Fri day forenoon, Tbesoeiallsf vote In Yakima county was 368 for electors. I!. G. McNeil bas been somewhat indisposed this week. Miss Geneva Sprague visited In I North Vakima recently. Mist Carrie McDowell spent Thanks giving i» Norih yakima The last half of your teal tax, if not paid, is now delinquent. The prohibition vote of Yakltna| county was 133 for c ectors. J tlannon, of Ule Eluin, was in the city Saturday on business. Miss Eloise Kingston spent a few | days iv North Yakima n eently. Joe Foreman spenl Thanksgiving in North Yakima with his parents. \V. H. Randolph is very much indis posed again with rheumatism. Miss Jennie Sherwood went down to her home In Yakima to spend Thanks giving. Coble .v Crawford arc burning an-' other large kiln of brick at their yards! east of toy n....

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 December 1904

6 San*?, Dec. I. nT"PTi pt: t i ur\ npm m n vi " Hft f) "ft P H H H H lj U M \ V -\ H t M \ fliiiij jjj I?Ill ii I uUI ■: m nilo ii IT uUIJ 0 All tills season's latest printed fabrics arc included in this great sale, such as Vicuna cloth, Foule ftn r :, Itasca flannels, Jasper waist ings, Crepe lustre, Peluche cloth, Samovar flannels, Velones broche, and the Arnold Superfine flannels. The patterns and colorings which we show are very extensive. And the prices which \ve quote for Saturday, Dec. 3rd, should he of interest to the ladies of Ellensburg and \icinity. Beautiful Persian patterns, polka dots, and mottled effects, regular 15c quality, only 10c per yard Very fine fleeced, regular 20c quality, only 15c per yard Extra heavy fleeced, regular 25c quality, only 20c per yard Velour Broche, regular 35c quality, only 25c per yard The prices quoted above are for the one day only Saturday, Dec. 3,04 Simon P. Fogarty Co CASH STOKIJ. Safoirrlflv £[&D6cial Said See the window display o...

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 December 1904

Additional Local ' oie Norling went W Seattle, Tues-j diiv, on business. C, ii. Graves Is attending court In North Vakima this week. \. ]~ Bolllngsworth is painting David Ranway'* ° ew building. Win. Lee is building n nice residence on bis ranch in South Kittitas. Howard Hioks is adding a cellar to tbe fine residence of Mr, Uurgen. j Walter J. Reed, of North Vakima, was In the city a few hours yesterday. , The hoard of county commissioners meets to regular session next Monday. Dr. 1. X. Power, of i He F.lura, came down yesterday on professional ness. Mrs. Geo. Pearson nee Shull, spent Thursday last in this city with her parents, Austin Mires is spending a few days In Seattle and Tacoma on legal mutters this week. Fred Gilmour and wife, of Koslyn, spent Thanksgiving in this city with their pan nt-. Fred Etornbart visited town Tuesduy to replenish bis supply of mill f I for his big herd of dairy cows. Will Bott, of Fairview district, was In town Tuesday. Will i- one of our prosperous ...

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 December 1904

8 I The Full Box i A Stylish coat of all wool Kersey, 56 inches long in dark huixtures, Prices: iS 1 r.oo, $12. v >,S 1 s.oo and 517.5. The Belted Cossack. A swell coat of heavy Rough Pepper and Salt Scotch Tweed, Belted 60 inches long, -2< >.<><>• ( Oth ers in this sty - $10.00, $12,50, 51 " Oo and • 1 7.00. | A Partial Showing :- > liange fall Stock of Overcoats /-: Weaver and Slia 1 >< >h Everyone is a brand new Fall 1904 Coat from the best makers. If you don't see here trie kind to suit iii Styie or Price, drop in the store. We have them from The Tourist A 60-inch Coat of all wool Herringbone Stripe Worsted, Velvet Collar, Seal Brown shot with Olive, $15.00, Duchess Trousers Hamilton Brown Shoe R. 0. WILSON Thk Km.KNSMJRC Da\vn t —of our — in all the New )() II ] > Gordon Hats The Topper A Dressy Coat for Early Fall and Spring wear, in Medium Light Scotch Tweed, Tan effect, $12.50. I ne Boulevard Box A ■ .111 Coat of Blk. and l)k. Blue Kersey ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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