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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 December 1904

I ( 1 The Full Box : A Stylish coat of all wool Kersey, 56 inches long in dark mixtures. Prices: ~' !? 11.00, Si 2<s< \> 15.00 and $ 17.5°. The Belted Cossack. A swell coat of heavy Rough Pepper and Salt Scotch Tweed, Belted 60 aches long, -2< >.o< >. Oth ers in this style $10.00, M 2.-;'), $ 1 5.00 and :■' 1 7.00. A Partial Showing - Liarae Fall Stock of Overcoats *-: W( i\ ( h ill")< 1 SI ii 11 )< k H Everyone is a brand new Fall 1901 Coat Prom the best makers. !f you don't see here the kind to suit in Style orPrice, drop in the store. We have them from The Tourist A 60-inch Coat of all wool Herringbone Stripe Worsted, Velvet Collar, Seal lirown shot with < )live, 515.'» >. Duches . Trousers Hamilton Brown Shoe Tin-: Ellknsburg Dawn -—of our — in al 1 I ii.- New Cordon Hats The Topper A Dressy Coat for Early Fall .uid Spring wear, in Medium Light Scotch Tweed, Tan effect, $12.50. Boulevard Box A 5 I*lll Coat <>f Blk« and 1 >k. Blue Kersey ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 December 1904

WASHINGTON STEEL BOTTOM SCHOOL SHOES Have * Sole I h&l •Won't Went Out" Every Boy Want them Bct'ftvi»e He Do n'l Me. v c f o Be C&reful of His Shoes yovn SHOL. MA. J* rOY TH £ M Washir\gtor\ ShoeMfg.Co. Seevttle, Wash. Hfl Cottage Lodging House Situated on South IVarl Street Good cnsui beds. Hahl airy rooms, new building, thoroughly furnished. Prices reasonable. Patronage of public Solicited A. I). Werner, hoi). Cockrels for Sale. A few thoroughbred cockrels -'• r - ' Al new blood introduced the past season fr 111 tin 1 leadinir poultry yards ..f the country. The ftu gowlni! breeds m rfenil: White Plymouth : Knclis s. r. Black Mi 'cas lihude Island |{cd» and silver Spuntfleil Hanitiurgs. Prices ran re from -1 Nl '.ii H '«' Address: CEORGE MILLS, Ellensburg, Wash. Cockrels tor Sale. 1 bsve a DUtnbar nt tine White Plymouth Itock coekrelsof tbeHuzlewooU straiu thai 1 offerfer sale. They arc thoroughbred and ur.i line birds C. S Bullard, Ellensburg, Wash. Special Sale on all MIL...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 December 1904

12 Tie : Statu : Ciner: Mis : Cum The Skookum Copper Mining Company owns seven Copper claims in the Cle Elum Mining district, on the north fork of the Teanaway. <>n these claims development work has been carried <>n for years l>.v the original owners, but whose means were too limited to put tho neceesary machinery on tbe property to make it a paying proposition. Sufficient development work lias now been done to determine tho (diameter and the immense size of the ore bodies, which may he 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 Mock to build a wagon road from th- Teanaway valley to the mine, which will not cost to exceed toOO. A crusher and concentrating 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 ...

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

A' DAWN OF BRIGHTER BOI'KH A LIGHTHOUSE I'M: THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHU' OF STATU A GOV HI IN VI KNT OP JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. Bllensrurg, Kittitas County, Wash., Dec. 22, 1904 Some of the many fine business blocks in EHen^burg. THE ELLENSBURC Birds-eye View of the City of Ellensburg. No. 51.

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

i-niWNOP UUKJHTKIS HOI'KH A LICIITHOIJ.SK KOI, 'I'll:; NATION'S KAKKTY— A - 1A \ I'KoI'UC.S SUM' OF STATK A OOVHUNMKNT OP JUSTiCR FOR ALL MRN Vol. xi. THE COMMISSIONERS MEET And Allow a Host of Hills. Including Saloon Closing Expense Bills at CleElum, On cral and Current Expenses, Road and Bridge Bills, Stationary, Account!, Etc. SE. Willis. P. s,:l "' vs Be' l '** l * •J '" pr. Height, constable. " " * W.B.Hendrtcks,wltuess." Kd Peterson, !' " " „ ii. j. Loroch, - - M, L Brtdgbum, ' - - sk.wiiiis.jp. - - Cogginx Ift v p, Height, constable,■; •*' M.l»Brtdgham, witness,- j" W, H. Bridge, , - -' \v. S. Hendricks, " w. M. Jennings, " - -'' Ed Peterson, ... , ~ ~ - S. E. Willis, JP. " Mlchelletto iJS p.p. Halght, constable. " " ||| W.M. Jennings, witness," " --" Ed Peterson, « * 0, J. Loroch, - -" W, s. Hendricks, " Daniel Hannon, J P, " Bryant Daniel Hannon, .i P. " " idirllck Daniel Hannon, J I. " " Laurent Daniel Hannon, .1 P. " Rhonda i uo I. McCallum, constable, W.W.Tuttle sr.,witn...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

2 Your Christmas Gifts 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: Including the very finest of Ebony and Stag Horn Finish MILITARY BRUSH SETS FROM $1.1 ii $12.00 Til Fill! Hi ill Staiiu Mirrors 25c ii $161 PERFLMES-rnrpoited ai;d American Manufacture in very unique boxes'and a[splendid line of Perfume Atomizers. Handbags and purses of Latest Design, Bought Especially for this Grand|[Holiday^Disp(ay. r We i have[a Tew more nice articles such as Slaving Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Puff eßoxes, Stroking- iSets, Cigar Boxes, Albums, Gold and Fountain Pens. We are always^HHng to show Gcods, so call early and pick out W hat you want and we will (ay it away for you. Goods Now On Display Wo can please both the Poor and Rich If Not, Call on Us. TOILET CASES FROM $1.25 TO $251 [of fine Ebony and Shell Fin...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

4 Purchase Practical Presents I B fi ... %w D 8 %r# «W I E\ Bu> In Every way the Showing is the Largest Ever, and you arc wanted Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thorp Sews Items. Our barber, Mr. Hull is constructing a new building to be u*i d as v barber ■b i|>, N. 14. Ooodwtn returned from a trip to Tacoma lust Friday. John Burk has moved into th<- house recent!) vacated by Mr, Webber, our Northern Pacific agent It now requires four teacher* in the Thorp school, Miss IS run i Snull. of El lensburgi being the fourth teacher. Thorp has always enjoyed the good schools and she is fast coming to the f 001 In educational work. The new building to be used for a butcher shop will soon be completed and ready for use. Dr. Reed of tSllenshtirir, was called here Friday to attend Reuben Pardee, whom we are glad to ri Is able to be out on the street again. Mr. (.'layhorn left Monday for Cali fornia to spend the wintei. Kendall it Mack received a car of wheat this week, being the liis' they hav...

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

AMONG THE CHURCHES. BAPTIST CHURCH. Ml friends of the Baptist church and Sunday school are cordially invited to . ..t the chllivh saturoav be present at tin luu tw ''4th. when t hlistiiias evening, t'ei • -•»"•' wiU be observed by a tree and appro priate exercises. - •, „. iitual on Sunday, to which Services as all are cordially invited. GRACF. EPISCOPAL I Ht'RCH. Friday. 7:30 p. m., Series of I'repara tion forCbtistian Communion Satur day. 4 p. na.i Children's Christmas >ei vice and tree. Christmas Day, .:30 a. B , Holy Communion, 1":00 a. m. Sun day school. 11:0" a. m.. Holy Cora munionar.d Sermon. 7:30 p. m.. bve tting Trayer ami Sermon. N. P. Excursion Rates. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH At the Christian church next Sunday the mornirg service will be in keeling with the Christmas aeason, subject, "No Room in The Inn." As tbil is also the last Sunday of I'"'4. the even ing subject will he made appropriate for tbat occasion. Theme. Great For ward Movement! of the Church." Special mua...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

6 £llcnsburq Jlniun. Entered Nov. Rtft 1804, ut the Postoft.ce, X liens burr. VYuMhtngton. ait entitled to Bccond clukh postal rutes. Orru-K: 105 Kam Fourth Slwt, Albany tlloek tkums Pkh Vaxa, Cash ; *i ou ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All rhnliues ol lulvertisrmeiits tor current week noisi he huiuteil m u< i lau-i UiuliTuesilny. 10 a. in Otherwise, the chausc will out a|i|H-ar. We are forced lo adopt this rule us a uiutler "i bUsilH's-. Correspondents will please o-. and iml thoir BeWS items in til Us as .~i \ i; |||i< u.ik as possit..r not tutor thuu Ttu'stiuy afirn n. uti less Mometlilnit of spri la! it- p. i t i.nrt makes ii ■ecessun to huld same until VVediiesilu) uiorti tin: Special Notlci Hereufti m Kolutliius of rm dolence, I'urilM of thunks, in.l Ires ul entertain Aleuts eharirili&t an udihissiou lue, ami ether similar notices will bechurireil retcular advert l inn rati s when publish,' i in Tin. liawm Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

Your Christmas Opportunity! — Don't Miss It! OUR FINE DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS IS NOW OPENED AND READY C The Newest Novelties. Best Selections. Most Appropriate Presents for one and all at fairest prices BEAUTIFUL GIFTS :-: :-: NEVER SO GOOD :-: :-: NEVER SO CHEAP FANCY (JOODH AND NOVELTIES TOILET ARTICLES, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PERFUMES ■w iittlm for our Holiday Display, General Kxoellcnoe in Quality, Great Variety anil very treasonable l'rices, making ii beyond cpiestion or doubt the JtIGHT PLACKto gel ib" I.IGHT lill'TH ul the IMGHT I'UK 'US, Whatever your Wauls may be we can meet them with Beautiful and Appropriate Presents We Solicit a Comparison of Goods and I 'rices, Knowing that our Holiday Stock will make i'Yieuds, Outshine lii vals, I 'lease X very body an d SHI I tfelf on Merit Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR [WILIiARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce ISlocK. F'hone Red r>4l. THE LOCAL EVENTS Father Sweens visited lios...

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

s Saiiriaj, Dfic. %. Simon P. Fogarty Co ..Holiday Novelties SIMON P. FOGARTY COMPANY'S We are showing an immensi variety of 1 ><>lls. T<>\ >. Pict urea, Picture Books, .Minims Shopping Bags, Glove ami Handkerchief Boxes, Peri es in fane} boxes, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets. Handkerchiefs, Mulllers, Ladies and Gentlemen's Neckwear, Fascinators, Hoods, Kid Gloves, Goll Gloves, Fine Furs, Ladies White Aprons, Fine Table Linens, and Napkins. Doylies and Dresser Scarfs, Hemstitched squares, Cushion ami Pillow tops. Silk Waist Patterns, Imported Dress Patterns, Silk and Leather Melt.-. Boys Sweaters, Mens Sweaters, Ladies Sweaters, Fine all Wool Blankets, Our Stock of Christmas Goods Now Complete.... Above items are but :i few of th<- many appropriate, and useful Holiday Novelties to In- found at this Cash Store. SIHON P. FOGARTY COHPANY H STORED. The ELLENSBURG Dawn-. A T M, Dec. 24

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

Additional Local Merry Christmas to one and all. Andy Slant/ visited in North Yakima Sunday. Yesterday waa the shorteat day id the year. M. K. Randall went over t<> Kit/ville. Monday, on business. Ray, A. P. McLean is visiting in Bellingbam this week. ,1. M. Brock man is seriously indis posed this week. Uev. F. C. Lee returned from a few days visit in Seattle. Saturday. \V. 11. Tall»>tt had a single set id harness stolen a I.'"' nights since. The little son id Mr. aud Mrs. John Vanalstine ia quite sick this week. Jeaae Polland is feeding thirty head of tine steers for the Sound market. H. J. Bnlvely, of North Yakima, at tended court here Monday and Tues day. 1.. D. Emerson is over from the state university to spend Christmas with hi- parents. Schools generally throughout the county wili dismiss tomorrow for a two weeks' vacation. Miss Ellen Buchboltz of North Yaki 11111. wa* a guest of Miss LCthel I'earsoi lor a lew recentlj. Mr*. Parker, who has spent the past few niontlis...

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. — 22 December 1904

IO The Full Box j A Stylish coat ol all wool Kersey, 56 inches long in dark mixtures. Prices: !?i 1.00, Si 2.51 >,$! 5.00 land Si 7.5°. The Belted Cossack. A swell coat of heavy Rough Pepper and Salt scotch Tweed, Belted 60 i nches long, -2 t.o >. Oth ers in this sty c -10 00, i? 2. KO, s ' ; 11 1 nl - i 7.00. A Partial Showing hange Fa-l Stock of Overcoats Weaves and S!iap( 4 s Everyone is a brand new Fall 1901 Coat from tlie best makers. If you don't see here the kind to suit in Style orPrice, drop in the store. We have them from The Tourist A 6<>-iiiL'h Coat of all wool Herringbone Stripe Worsted, Velvet Cellar, Seal Brown shot with < )live, 515.<"». Duchess Trousers Hamilton Brown Shoe R. B. WILSON Thk Eixensburg Dawn —ol our — in all the New >«>.< >o CJp Gordon Hats The Topper A Dressy Coat for Early Fall and Spring wear, in Medium Light Scutch Tweed, Tan effect, $12.50. Boulevard Box A 51 -:n C«»at of Blk. and Dk. Blue Kersey Melton, lined through...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

Cottage Lodging House patronage of Traveling public So: ited A. B. Werner. Prop. Cockrels for Sale. A few thoroughbred corkrels f r wile A] Bocks. S. C. Black Minorca* Hhode Island !{• .- and Silver Spangled Huniburgs Price* range fronMl Mtohh). Address CEORCE MILLS. EMensburg, Wash. Cockrels for Sale. I have a numb-.r of til.'- White Plymo .:!, Itock coekrel- of the Hazlew Istraiu thai 1 ufferfor sale. They are thoroughbred and an Hoe birds , C. S Bullard, Eiiensburg, Wash. Special Sale on all MILLINERY AT Mrs. B. A. Gault's Millinery Store Ladies' and Childrens Street Hats 50 Cents. Trimmed Hats SI.OO Next Door to Express Office. For Sale At a Bargain. Three hundred and twenty acres of land, good market, close lo school, 140 acres under cultivation. Abundance o' water, private ditch. Water righi ol the best and goes with the place 3<K) fruit trees most of them in bearing, 'arm buildings, stock, farming Imple ments, wagons etc To acres in hay. *or terms call on or address, ,t4B ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 December 1904

I 2 Having decided to close out a few lines of HOLIDAY GOODS, I am going to let them go at prices lower than ever before given in tlie city. lam not going to wait until after Christmas-when you do not want tSie goods-to do the price cutting, but right now when you can appreciate it. Closing-out Prices in Pictures. $11.50 Pictures - - only 55 75 10.00 " - - " 5 oo it w „ _ _ 7-5° - - " 3 75 5.00 " - - " 250 4.00 44 - - " 200 3 s°" • • 1 75 2.50 " - - 44 125 2.00 " - - " 1 00 1.75 ' 4 • - - " 9° 1.25 44 - v 65 1.00 - - - 5° 56.00 Dolls - - only $4 5° 4.00 " - - 3 00 3.00 44 - - " 225 2.00 " • - - " 150 Etc. Etc. A big assortment of mechanical toys and iron toys; children's toy dishes, doll cradles, doll beds, doll cabs, doll swings, magic lanterns, toy engines, banks and iron trains. All the above ■4 off of regular prices. I find I am over stocked in Ladies' Shop ping bags, and Pocket Books, so for these last three days I will give a discount of 25 percent to close them out; viz: $10....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 December 1904

. PAWN OF BHI iHTHK HOI'KB A MciHTHOL'SK I'm: THK NATION'S BAFKTY— A I'KOI'LK'.S SH[P OP STATU V OOVKUNMKNT OP JLTSTiC'R FOR ALL MRSN Vol. xi. ESTRAY LAW OP WASHINGTON How to Proceed in Posting Estrays That May Come to Yuur Premises—Duties ol Justice of the Peace, Constable <>r Sheriff, How and Where Estray Notice Must he Published. We herewith publish the law gov erning estrays. The period of time In which estrays can be taken up is from December IS to March 15. Uelow fol lows the law governing. Sections 3301-3 ol Uallinger's codes and statutes of the State o( Washing ton, provides as follows: '•Any household übout wboae prem ises any est ray ma) be in the habit ol running at large may take up ihe same and shall, within ten days, give notice by advertising the same In the newspa per doing the county printing, »iii<-h advertising shall be continued for at least three weeks, giving correct de scription as may In-, of natural and art ilicial marks and brands, also tin probabl...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 December 1904

Men's Apparel, All Ages. AMONG THE CHURCHES. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH <'. H. Hilton, pastor of the Christian church, will on next Sunday evening begin a series of seven sermons on Seven (!reat Bible Sevens, The first one of these is entitled "Interesting Facts About Bible Seven-." This will completely explain the use of the magic number seven in the liiblo. The morn ing theme for the new year is "Grow ing and Aggressive." Usual musical program. BAPTIST CHURCH, Services appropriate for New Years will be held at the Baptist church next I Sunday. The subject of the young people's society will be "Our Goals for 1905," led by the president, Miss Mar-' £aret Hull. Special music is being | arranged and all young people not in ' attendance elsewhere are most cor dially invited to be present. The Women's Missionary Society meets with Mrs. W. P, lliddleson, Wednesday afternoon, .lan. 4. at 2:30. I To Cure a Cold in One Day ftS^ Take Laxati Ye BrOmO Qllinine Tablets. JS /, on every Seven Mill...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 December 1904

FARM : AND ! HOME A teaspoonful of pulverized alum mixe d With stove polish will give the , stoV ca line and lasting luster. To take grease spot- >fa carpet. ,„ix half an ounce ol borax and a little yellow soap in a gallo ' Wash Hi carpet with this mixture, apply it with a clean rug, and the spots will goon disappear. Hard water should never be used lor bathing purposes. Solten with either borax or oatmeal Governor UFollette'« Sentiments. In a lecture recently delivered la Toledo, Ohio, Governor EaFollette said: "The pol" i>"i! ' ssl,e '" 1 n ' B coun try for the next tun or llfteeu years « ill be between government tor the special interests and government lor the peo ple. The issue Is plutocracy or dem ocracy, and we will settle it ami settle it. right. Either the stat ■ nation will regulate railroad fares or the state or nation will own tbe railroads." Ho! For Idaho For quick sale, owner of house and two lots in best part of town will name a bargain price Must go quick. In q...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 December 1904

4 gllcnsbxirii itaum. ■ntered Nov, Mb 1894. Nt the Postofncc, Ellens bunt, Washington, mentitled tosecond clans postal rate*. QrrtCl 108 Boat Fourth Street, Albany Black Txiim- Pbh YBAR. Cahh : il.ii ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All change* of Bdvertisenu-Ms for current week ii.,.-i be handed in not .at. r thai.Tuesday. 10 v. in i itherwise. the rhangi »no. uppour. Wear, forced to adopt this ruli us a matter ol tnurincss. Correspondents will pleuse try .. -! i-'.-t their SjeWS items 111 In Us US '..I \ till week us poxsit,.e not later than Tuesday afternoon, un ioiH iioini thing of Hpeciui imp rtunce inukes it ttoceaaury to hold Matuc until Wednesday morn but. Special Nol Ice Hereufter resolutions of con dolence. curils of thanks, notices ~r entertuln fncnis churirinie an udnitssion fee. and other almllur notices will bechu ritcd regular adverti* lag rules when published i. Tin. HaWN. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City. 4.000 Business men and Firms in EUensburg, 100 County ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 December 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR (VIIuIiARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341- THE LOCAL EVENTS _ Boarders wanted al 202 V Uuby. Dr. 15- A. Weaver registered in Ta coma. Friday. Fred J. Long went up to [liberty yesterday- Mrs, Ella Warner went to Seattle Tuesday. K. K. Wager spenl a few days last week in I loslyn. Mrs. E, P. Fogarty is very much In disposed this week. Martin Holm ami Mrs. Kernodle were married Sunday. David Klnkade is suffering with an attack of pneumonia. —For board in private family apply at 202 North fluby street. Louis Ellison, of Thorp, was In the city Friday afteruoon. Carroll B, Graves went tn the Sound on professional business frrUlay. .littnes Bennett and Miss Grace Bald- Win were united in marriage i-unday . Dr. r. N. Power, of Cle Elum, was in the city Friday on professional busi ness. Tbe infant child <d Bud Altice died Sunday night and was burled yester-l day. J. H. McEwen, €■ f K....

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