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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1904

The Ellensburg Damn-Extra. Vol. XI. Thankigiving Fool Ball. 1 crowd of foot bail enthusiasts col- Hle'-ted in the afternoon on Thanksgiving Bavtowatcb acloseand brilliant gati c Between Yakima and Kllensburg. The ■game resulted in a score ol S to 0 In ■favor of Elleasburg. ■ Ellewburggot the kick off and I v led the ball well down In Yakima terri- Kory, where it was downed as si on as a ■ Yakima man touched il. Yakima lost ■ the hall on downs. Mlensburg made ■ is; yardage then lost the ball i n downs. ■ Yakima full took the ball and made ■ glial gain but In an end run w< re ■ tbmwu back for a loss;./... lost the ball ondowni. The Kllensburg team fore d tbe ball down to Yakima's 10 yard I ue but lout it on downs Then Yak was forced to kick on third down Ellenaburg'sq larter mai c a lair ct leh and tried a drop for goal but i .-- ■ it. Half ended with sc •:■ v to o. Yakima kicked off; Meiryman, Ki leniburg'aquarter, made a hue return auJ landed the ball in Yakima tet ri loty, where...

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. — 8 December 1904

,„,., ramCIITKi: ll' »i':'.S A LU.'II I' I' H'SK I'< »li Till: N \TI< INS KAI'T.TY— A DAWN OS I* \ s 11, 1 (>P STATU \ O'>VP. tXMKNT op JI7SPICR FOX ALL MEN Vol. XI. THIRD AND LAST CALL |f, E, Schrtder Hakes a Novel Proposition In Rc<?jrd to Elec'lng United States Senators. la .ie« if tli>' 1 be called upon for larue appropi n - many state institui i • is, would h n >• be advisable to si i iocs cnisii t.itini to tbe s ■• thai auctioned oil to Ihe high' si bidder, [f the si why should it not be sold lor tin b, in I i of the people at large, rutin r tl at Im a few legislators who are 1 ecied to make laws, a id n< 'I to Ira le in ■ ■ ■-■ offices? To be sure, il is : n roun d that Webster or t.'laj or 1 .i h mil or Benton or Sumner secured suppi •• ••■ , aiauy dollars per, but pet I tips it mil potoecur to tiie solons i>: those days that the tax burden might i tisidi r ably relieved by peddling out senator sbips to those who im!• ■ c me I irward with the most ...

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. — 8 December 1904

My Announcement today is of interest to ail Boys and Parents ol Boys- Read all All The American Boy Magazine Six Months Subscription io this great Magazine _ FRFF with even pi «c ■SICO or more from my p £■.>•;, B IXlssalsssi Boys" Departmei .::••' The "American Boy" magazine is All Boy an :: is published for Soys -it contains stories abojt boys and things that interest them. It tells of ih jir trials, struggles a.-.-J suscsssas. Tells them how to do things and what other boys everywhere are do ng. It is a paper that interosts every boy an J on 3 which ;.!! parents arc glad to have their beys read. It makes manly boys. The November number is now ready and contains 32 large pages, 63 illustrations, 50 stories, 15 leading articles a groat many shorter arti cles and full pages devoted to boys as money_ makers, the Order of American Boys, amateur journalism, stamps, coins and pi c : cr at; hy. THE BEST OYS CLOTH IMC 70 HAD IN ELLENSBURG. Men's Apparel, All Ages. I Farmer's Institute. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 8 December 1904

AMONG THE CHURCHES. MtheCbrUttanchurchucxtSunday ' i , ihe nastor will (five one ol his evening,*' P» ~, , wil] or P«.vin« Hi, l"a.- SSjiiSS- n r 11,1 " . „, |„ Rev. Illlion bo nf ihe Btori i" •' " , .1, 01 i, ~, •, -I'h nnd critically. 7, ■ i rcaiii ig ' ;i l,wl a« rege.... n » 3 . ... | ~ cis Icurncil some twelve V • ■ 1 „ . ■ „.,,. , | ho., wim iioum "' ' il in ■■■■ ii ■ 1 ""' ilr.nisici, facts hi p irnim ioi ' ~ . ~ ... ivcachcs im ( hnst atnl the the pa HO p.cav-i Outcast- , i;.m Tli ■ ' " 1 " ' _ .. ... • '• • • prayer unci sermon. Visitors will In an*, cordially wclcoim d. [lev. Aili i. Smith, Uct'toi. BAl'i'lS'l 1 M ::• I ■c liie pa-l « ... ■ .-n ■ spe:,ki<>.;.>: A Timely Visi.ation, Acts ISiU-10, and v the even ng on » mi sciceeo. Ail a.' w.nliai.j invited. PRKBiS .'TfcltlAN ' :.I'll' II gervlcesal the Piesbyteriuu church Sunday morning ami evening. The paitor will complete his course ol fi ur bernioiis at the mori ing service, In the evening he will give tlie ilft...

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. — 8 December 1904

4 gttcnsfcuui Qavan. Bntcrml N"> r>ih IHtM.nl tin' I'osti'tllri', hllons bum. Wiislilnifton, us I'lilitU'il In Noconil clttwi postal Titles. Oki'h i:: lus Hunt Pourlli Stn-i't, Allmny llltM-k, Tuns!-. I*KI( YKAIt, Cv ii ROBERT A. TURMLSa LDITCR. All vliiiiu.Ts ..f iiilvvrtisi'ium.iN i..1- iMii-ri'iil work nnisi •«- liiiiiiliml m mil lim-i- HiunTu'-suii 10 a. in litlii'rwlKi'. lliu rliiiluf. w ill i<ol ii|'|»'iii'. \\v an i .1 lv iuluml Hi's i-iilu u» v niiUU'i- ol buslm'HH. Corri'K)i I.'ins will |ilr:i •• mil H"-l llii'li auws Ill'lliN in lo lis a- i'illl> in 111 ivri.K a piissii,.,' nut luti'r II 'I vi v iiiii iniiiiii. Un il'ss si.Ha l hin.' of Npi'clnl 1111|1..l lum i' IIIUIO'S :l aoouMHiir) lv lii.lll Httiiiu until VVi-ilmmluj mum Idk. Special Notice Hereafter nil resnlutlulis nl dolenee. I'iinls uf thanks, net ii-es ~l eliterliim inents ehiutrlnii an niltiilss'iui tie. anil other ■ttnllur nut lees will iH'eluirifi'il ni-'Uliir ailverlls UUI rates when puhllsheil lv ...

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. — 8 December 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOuE AGENT FOR fHImARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341' THE LOCAL EVENTS The city elect ion was rather a quiet affair. C. I". Scbnebly went ever to Auburn, Tuesday. ! Homer Thomas left .or Im Angeles, | Cal., Sunday, for bis health. Miss Ona Gllmour went up to lloslyn, Monday, to spend a few weeks. Superior court will re-conve n the lith for a short session ol a few cays. The Terpslcborean club will give Its next dance Thursday evening, Dec. Full. Frank Kobllka has moved bis tailor Shop into the Oiger building on Main street. The board of county commissioners convened in regular session Monday morning. George Sayles attended the memorial services of tbe Elksat North Vakima. Sunday. Bosom Gray, son of Mr and Mrs. Win. Grayj is quite Indisposed with diphtheria. J, R. Maddux is building a good sub stantial barn on los property on south Main street. Semi in your news Items and we will take pleasure...

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. — 8 December 1904

6 hum '(]/ Tnn] nrlny flnnnji] '0/ vJ;J!i 04 Mil 11M] OiJiibldl killiu MM Ul Don't Children* Eiderdaun touts, !>:.ik. \A a:u! White $2.00 quality Si.so 3.50 " 2.95 Corduroy " Cardinal. Navy and Blue 0.00 " 4:35 Zibeline " assorted colors 5.00 " 4.35 0.70 " 4.75 - fancy - - - « 6.00 " 5.50 v U ii « m «• 7.50 M 6.50 « « Cheviot " 14 " 8.50 " 7.00 Misses Jackets • Tan - Brown and Navy Blue - velvet trimmed ■ mercerized lined ■ $6.50 quality for $5.25 Ladies Gray Zibeline Jackets ■ sateen lined ■ $7.00 quality for 55.75 ! adies Beaver Cloth Jackets - Tan and Cardinal ■ satin lined throughout ■ $12.00 quality for "8.50 Ladies Cravennette Jackets ■ velvet trimmed ■ satin lined - $13.50 quality for $9.50 The same liberal reduction on all the finer grades. All of our extensive assortment of Mink - Coney ■ Beaver • Astrachan ■ Nutra and Baltic Seal boas will be on special sale AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Slack Coney boas at 98c ■ $1.39 ■ $3.40 and 5t.53 each Bable Hare boas at $2.98 - $3.95...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 8 December 1904

Additional Local ' Mr* Henry Weinberg is quite sick this week. Hern » oW1 d Adolphßrelgel are vis- Iting in Walla Walla. Theolty hospital is being moved to the county farm tbU week. BVedPearaon and C. H. Stewart's homes ft re under quarantine. Maurice Turner and Mr* toot* Vlkowere quietly married In Seattl. lust Thursday. T L Scbuyler ban disposed of his l-te'reaw in the Williams Smithson company and will spend tho winter on the 'Sound. w .\ remain, one of our popular west aide farmers, and Mrs. Kmmn Martin, late of Illinois, were married Monday, Rev. W. M. Kenney official injjf. g I Merryman, candidate for coun cilman on tbe cttlwms tickel in the leoond ward, did a generous and manly not when be announced Tuesday morn log that he declined the nomination and urged his supporters to vote for Thomas Meagbers Tblsaci has raised Mr. Merryman In the estimation ol the public very materially and he i- deserv ing of a great deal of credit. We call tlie attention of our readeis to the f»H pa...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 8 December 1904

s The Ktsil Box A Stylish coat "1 lull wool Kcrsev, s6 s. ■niches lons' in dark (mixtures. 1 rices: I 1.00, $1 2.y >,S I 5.1 •< > laud Si?.; '. ■ ■ The Belted Cossack. ! A swell coat of heavy jßough Pepper and Salt iScotch Tweed, Belted 60 •inches long, •■ 2< >.<><>. ()th jers in this style $1000, 51 2. so, 51 >.<>•> and j y.c o. A Partial Showing —of our — :- - Large Fall Slock of Overcoats x -: in all the New Weuv< s unci Shu/pen Everyone is a brand new Fall 1904 Coal from the besl makers. If you don't see here the kind to suit in Style orPrice, drop in the store. We have them from S(>.( X ) I rl > The Tourist A 60-inch Coat of all wool Herringbone Stripe Worsted, Velvet Collar, Seal Brown shot with 1 )live, $15." ><>. Gordon Hats Duchess Trousers Hamilton Brown Shoe R. B. WILSON Tin. EI.LKNSHURCJ Dawn' A Dressy Coat for Early Fall and Spring wear, in Medium Light Scotch Tweed, Tan effect, $12.50. The Topper Boulevard Box A ...

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. — 8 December 1904

fie : Mi: Cmtr ■ Mini : Goismany The Skookum Copper Mining Company owns seven Copper claims in the Cle Elum Mining district, on the north fork of the Teanaway. I>u these claims development work has been carried on for years by tbe original owners, but whose means were too limited to pul tho necessary machinery on tbe property to make It a paying proposition. Sulllcient development work has now been done to determine the character and lha Immense size of the ore bodies, which may be pronounced practically a moun tain of ore. Enough ore is now In sight to keep a large concentrator going day and night from the day it is installed. The company proposes to sell only enough stock to build a wagon from the Teanaway valley to the mine, which will not cost to exceed $r>OO.~A crusher and concent rat ing plant will then be installed on the property, after which no more -lock will be for sale. After the machinery is installed and in working order, the mine will pay its way and pay a hands...

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. — 8 December 1904

. r.\-i experts in the beet sugar business in the Vakima valley that section , , ..'• . \rkiinstts valley and the South I'Uttn valley of Colorado as a producer has been i >h ■ •■> - Vnvwhere in the Coiled States where Irrigation is ppacUoed tbe sugar ':" ~' " Intbe firmcrs a! 1 manufacturers of sugar. There have boon good results accomplished • * a *" 1 ' ' . " ' n , O( j l() | )t , no , ;, „, than |oo per cent, better for the culture of sugar • : - : '" ' " ' ~.,..:„,. and the ailvuntages under irrigation compared with those where .vi not eon c farmei to c. as l .Is once cut 1 Bvi ttle eham.'i '. rain\ eountn where the heavy rains will start more than 50 per cent, ol fa i ■ food ditch > able to . v ..•. .. | tt i •>,,. beet itsell will be healthier and heavier plant than In such places as v* ,i ; . t > wait for week's to ••- !' 'lent rain to keep the plant* from perishing. An Irrigated beet Will al i ■ * V-pts ■ . a beli I .., considerable less suu*hlue,nt:d seasons ...

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. — 15 December 1904

A DAWN OP BRIGHTER HOP ICS A LIGHTHOUSE YOU THE NATION'S SAFETY— - ' A PEOPLE'S snip OP STATE -A GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN VOL. XI. H ITTITAS COUNTY Is situated In tlie geographical center of X the State nf Washington; territory embracing nearly 3,000 • square miles of land, being bounded on the east by the Colum bia river, and un the west by the Cascade range. It contains low valleys, ami elevated areas of considerable extent, and nar • I row canyons, In the basins of the numerous streams and under <4 ft* the Irrigation ditches are most excellent agricultural lands where the tinest bay, grain and fruit are grown. Along tbe western margin of the county, which Includes the foot-hills of the Cascade range, are extensive deposits of coal, iron and precious metals. Pasture lands with ample water facilities may be found In great extent both in the mountains and it. the valleys. The mountainous portions of the county are well supplied with a growth of fir, pine, cedar and tamar...

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 December 1904

itSDAWN OF BtIHrHTKH fKH'F.H A LK.UTIiOI'.SF. FOB Till: NATION'S KAFF.TY— A I'F.OI'LF.'S s ill' Ob 1 STATU \ GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. THE A Ii C OF SOCIALISM H. P. Mover Explain* Socialism .is he Views It—Elucidating Seme Essential Points. We are all socialists sit heart. We bate injustice. We are quick to help in distress. We are quite willing our neighbors shall be prosperous, comfort able and happy, provided we ourselves enjoy equal comforts. The sm-iulist spirit of good-will, peace and prosperity for all mankind Is universal. The ex ception is the degenerate. The pre«enl barbarous competitive system, compelling m> n to prey upon one another rather than to help each other, resulting In strife, war, fraud, robbery, oppression, poverty and crime, Is abnormal, inhuman. The blighting effects of poverty or the fear of pot erty, the abnormal spirit of gi il and selfish ness, developed through a natural in stinct to protect self and family from the uncertainties of ...

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 December 1904

Your Christmas Gifts Including the yen finest of Kbony and Stag Horn Finish MILITARY 111 SETS FROM $1.50 li $12.00 Trills Fin 111 ii Stain Mirrors %i ti $16.00 "We can please botli the Poor and Rich If Not, Call on Us. We have the largest and best assortment in the city from which to choose. Everything is new and up to date, no old shop-worn goods, as yon Will soon observe by calling at the store and noting the following articles and prices below; TOILET CASES FROM $1.25 TO $231 PERFtIMES-Imported and American Manufacture iv very unique boxes and a splendid line of Perfume Atomizers. Handbags aud purses of Latest Design, Bought Especially for this Grand Holiday Display. We have a few more nice articles such as Shaving Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Puff Boxes, Smoking Sets, Cigar Boxes, Albums, Gold and Fountain Pens. We are always willing to show Goods, so call early and pick out What you want and we will lay it away for you. Goods Now On Display REMEMBER THE PLACE Owl Drug Store HAV...

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. — 15 December 1904

4 It's Edging on to Christmas ONLY eight more shopping days till it will all be over, and so it will profit everyone to do their Christmas buying early, before the assortment gets broken, and also before the rush that always comes the last day or so before Christmas. This store is better able than ever to take caie of your wants and you are asked—yes cordially urged—to come and see the Holiday Goods. Will you? There's Comfort in these Smoking Jackets Kvery man enjoy st he comforts nl hi me and so one nf these Sink:!" Jackets "ill make hill' a most desirable present. They me made nl sofl woolen fabrics that give warmth and al the same time in im way Inierfeie with his movements, And w bet her he smokes or not lie will appreciate in I tin-,,, tn lounge around in. IJesides il saves tbe H'J priced exceptionally low for sncn good ones. » I ver pets ten ronny neckties, nr.d so it ififi of a a i.i v one always ci nes tn I. m ns ki tnethinii ho had wai till. 'ihe Holiday showing here ol new...

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. — 15 December 1904

AMONG THE CHURCHES. pmr CHRISTIAN cm Xi ll a, t he Christian church next Hll ty evening the pastor will Pf«ac h his fourth sermon es, lally to students, The subject of -he ser » ■ ih Thy Mission. The .nual Jal features will he two viol nso os a special anthem for the occasion ~, he Sorus choir, and a solo by Miss Mai d Rowley. These sen s ate equally • nterestlngto the «ener..l public, and nnmv have expressed their pleasure al hearing Hie prec «• ™ c morning servl. s usual, subject. Chris, and Some Pest motive < cms. BAPTIST CHURCH. The subject of the message Sunday morning wi PHiPe l onoeution of the .Second Advent, in exposition nl 1 Thes.4: 13-18 and 2 Tl.es. 2: Mi\ li. V I. I', at 6:30, subject, "Whatsoever He would have me do." Preaching at 7:30. A" are eordiallj invite,!. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Fourth Sunday In Advent, s. rvlces: 7:; m». m., holy communion; 10 a. m., Sunday school: II a. m., morning prayer and sermon; 7:30 p. m., evening prayer and sermon. Visitors will be...

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. — 15 December 1904

6 gllensburj gaum. Entered Nov. Mh im. ut the PostoAce. Ellens burc. Washington. M entitled lo second class postui raii >. Orru k ll* East Fourth Stn 11. Albany Mock Tkum~ Pxh Ykau. Cash : 11.0 ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All channel) of advertisements (or current week int.-' !•<■ handed In net 1 ter ihuiiTucsdu.\ 10 a. in Otherwise, thi chimin will noi appeal. We an forced to adopt this i a matter ol business. Correspondents will pi In and get their news items in to us as eari> In the wi*ek as possil.t- ti"! later than 'I ;.< wla> ate moon. Un IBM something of special imp rtance makes Ii necessary lo hold same until Wednesdaj morn Inn. Special Notice Hereafti ... n solutions of cc n dolenee. eurda of thanks notices nl entertain menis rhnrstng an adn ls*lon fee. and other •imilar notic< - will becharscd n uular advertis Ins- rates when published in THK I >aw s Population of County, 12.234 Population of City, 4.000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Of...

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 December 1904

Your Christmas Opportunity! OUR FINE DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS IS NOW OPENED AND READY The Newest Novelties. Best Selections. Most Appropriate Presents for one and all at fairest prices BEAUTIFUL GIFTS :-: :-: NEVER SO GOOD :: :-: NEVER SO CHEAP I n »N"T I'A IL T<» COM X IN AND SKI', (MM! CHUIH I'M AS ATTUACTIi )N8 I N FAIN C V GOOJ )© AN I) N( > V ELT] ES TOILET ARTICLES, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PERFUMES w .liiim fur (un - Holiday Display, < leuornl Kxcellence in (Juulity, Great Variety and very I treasonable 1 • i-i. •« •-~ making it beyond iiuostion or dun hi the ItIGUT PLACE to gel ihe liltiUT (ill'TH at the ItIGHT I'UK 'KS. ' Whatever your Wants may be we can meet them with Beautiful and Appropriate Presents We Solicit a Comparison of Goods aud I'rices, Knowing i Inn our liolidaj Sim-l, will make Friends, Outshine llivals, I 'lease Kvery body nnd Sell Itfelf on MuriL I [arry H. Klwood, r rh<* Uru^^ist. Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor tv R. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FANC...

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. — 15 December 1904

8 Sfflty, M. il. Simon P. Fogarty Co CASH STORE. The Ellknsrurg Dawn-. HT" ..Holiday Novelties SIMON P. FOGARTY COMPANY'S Our Stock of Christmas Goods Now Complete.... Shopping Bags, Glove and Handkerchief I >x• •-- Perfumes in fancy I nixes. Toilet Sets. Manicure Sets, Handkerchiefs, Mulllcrs, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Neckwear, Fascinators, II 1-. Kid Gloves, Golf Gloves, Pine Furs, Ladies White Aprons, fine Tabic I.un its, and Napkins, Doylies and Dresser Scarfs, Hemstitched squares, Cushion and Pillow tops, Silk Waisl Patterns, Imported Dress Patterns, Silk and Leather Melts. Boys Sweaters, Mens Sweaters, Ladies Sweaters. Vine all Wool Blankets, Above items are bul a few of the many appropriate, and useful Holiday Novelties tv lie fuuinl at this Cash Store. SiriON P. FOG ARTY COHPANY A T \\Y an 1 showing an immense variety "f l>olls, Toys. I'ict urca, Picture I!> >< >!\s. Alliums, Purses, Klegant Leather Ml Dec. 17.

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. — 15 December 1904

Additional Local 0, Caron made Tacoma a visit this week. \. s. Randall of the Localizer, is Indisposed this week. Mrs. Hud Anderson was operated on Thursday and is doing nicely. I W. Twohy, the railroad contractor of Spokane, was tv the city Saturday. p> ii. Wilson returned Sunday from ar extended business t rip to (Ihicago. The snow fall In the mountains is re ported as very heavy for the past week. C.E. Cram has bought tlie Ulumauer property, corner Pearl and sixth street. j, c. Shaw, of Palouse City, is a guest of his brother, Justice Shaw, this week. John Steiglercame down from Alas ka a few days since to visit lor a season. Miss Agnes Hinman, of North Vaki ma, visited friends in this city Saturday and Sunday. Dr, !>• N- Coe, formerly of Norlh Yakima, is now in tlm employ of t lie Owl drug store. Frank «L Flaven, of Spokane, |x>st office inspector, has been in the city a few days this week. c. E. Chambers, of Tacoma, formerly Station agent here, was iv tic- cltj Monday ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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