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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 February 1905

Delinquent Tax List of The Middle Kittitas Irrigation District. -n... tallowing l« the delinquent as list of the JKB Irrlgnl MMrlct. Kittitas Middle X ."' ~.„ , : in,, mimes of ''"""'n- X 'S ' "" I"- '<••■>' U,K>II persons. »""""'.„..!,, „„,. lim | dcllmpicot. itml mSSntnl HSCss Ills 1111.l eiisls.lue DioM-mndc ■ iiniii el County Commlss rsof Kit b, the .1 •" ~„ ~„. UV(lf BUlll dale. okhi«ipii..n mouirr Sec. 17. T. 18 v. K. 18 E. Hand Brothers Sf.Vi ■ jjj Ne |S«'i »' Hi ginulng ai ihe n. w. cor. ol sec it. tp is 11. r. |s c. I hence c. on sec. hue 1320 II s. 1340 11. W. sn-j ft. n. 34 ecu 11 mill, w. rsu •.' ft. 111 Internee* linn Willi sec line 11. (Kill 11 1,. pi,,, 1 beginning W Beginning at the s. o. cor. of >» 1 1 nf nw 1 1 lif sr. ir. tp. is n. r. isc w. not) ft. n. N dog. 11 mm. 1M8.7 fl. I" Inter sertion with I I*' l sec line c. m li s. IStll It. In place nf beginning 2. ~ » Hell of NW4 HO Beginning ai renter nf sec IT. tp. IS tl. r. IS c. s. 1330 It. w.MM ft tl....

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. — 2 February 1905

_4_ Un:.-—.-. Nov Mh i*w at the Poatofßce, Ellens bur*. Washington, aa entitled to second class posta. rates Orrwi 106 East fourth Street Albany Blocs pbh Y«ar Cash ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. A . ■ - fa - •eek must t» handed it not later than Tu< s■ • lo.* w Otherwtae th< changi w U not ajiy iri forced to adept this t ..- a n...■.:< r Maini as Corr» m• : U nte will »■■' »*' : " 1 ■ -'* 1 lt< :. 10 ■ ••* fes« - n■ t! nii 1 f ap r:a. 1 in« Social >etic* Hen r.» of do., !.».• , ~r.» of thanks i•• -ol ent< rtu fmenx* charging ;.t. ..<•:. : »»••! similar d I ices »:.. t--. •• "• .-;.ar a«ivtr:.» IBS rales when publish! . iiThkDaw* Population of County, 12.234 Population ot City. 4.00 c Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Official Paper. City offi ci a I Pa pc r. EDITORIAL NOTES. RUSSIA ADVANCES—WHILE WASHINGTON IS UN THE DECLINE. It is reported that the Czari*eor>« templating several reform*—-ami ng to em the removal of a!! restrictior»ol the press. Thi...

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. — 2 February 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR IMIMIARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS VV. H. Randolph is still seriously ill. J, C. Lloyd visited in North Yakima Thursday. Milch cow for sale- Enquire al the llos- Bakery. Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lutt'O, Jan. 2t>, a son. Horn- JM. Slet, to Mr. and Mrs. Alb 'ft Cay. a son. Arthur Hobson, of < 'le Klum, spent Sunday in this city with friend-. Judge Riggi " f Vaklma, will return and hold court again tomorrow. MlssJLelah Cleman's basket sold for }4.:,n at Slow (tamer's entertainment. John l>u" !■ contined to his room with a carbuncle on the back <>l his neck. Herman Haywood was adjudged in- Sine and sent to the asylum Monday afternoon. F, E, Craig has sold his interest- in the music store to M. Churchill and John Kin;;. Jol ti E. Turner ha- been Indisposed for some days with tonsil it is. bordering od diphtheria Mrs. Sain Pearson and daughter Pe...

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. — 2 February 1905

6 West Side V\>*. Rev. J. !'.. Murphey is holding pro tracted meetings at tbe Cove church this week. Mrs. Phylii Frederick recently went I to town to learn the dressmaking trade. Have Howard and family are guests of l>. T Edwards and family. Hen White and brother and Misses Annie and Carrie Bowers wereguestej of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Shoebridge, Sunday. W. ('. Thomas has received his hooks . which he sent for quite a while back. The books give satisfaction. Kate and I'.tiie Killtnore returned from a visit tv Ballard last week. XeiTa Rego gave a pat ty to a number of her friends Friday evening. Tbe school board has called a meet-' ing of the people of So. - and No. 30 for the purpose of constructing and building a new school house at a siiita- ■ b.e local ion. Hoy Stevens, ion of Mr. and Mrs, Mitchell Stevens, got his nose broken last week. Mr. and Mrs. Davis nnd family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hagen, Sunday. A hasket social was given at the Dam man school last Friday night. They re...

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. — 2 February 1905

Additional Local Fred Hinman is Improving. \. c. Butler was Indisposed Monday. Arthur Vertrees Is indisposed this week. Mrs. I>. W. Morgan Is gradually Im proving. H (.'. McGranahan is reported on the ■ick list. Loisßpeaker of CleHlum, was in tbe city Tuesday. R. 1!. Wilson spent a few days on 11 c Sound of late. C. F. Oft man expects to move to t his city this week. Fred Ostermeyer of lloslyn, is in the city this week. Fred Wolff is quite sick, bordering on pneumonia. O, I. Short of CleK.lum, attended court Monday. Joe Shull Of Seattle, spent a few days here this week. K. Nevhai't. of Tacotna, was visiting here this week. Bteinman Bros. delivery team took a bad spin Tuesday. Chas, Stein experts to move Into his new residence soon. [ra Krutit of Yakima, came tip Mon day on legal busint »s. [lorn Jan, 28th, to Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Pearson, a girl. David Llllibridpe returned from v tri'i to t'ne Sound Monday. Miss Millie Peyser is expected home to lay from bt r eastern t rip. A Dumber ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 February 1905

8 WE CONTINUE TO REDUCE Splendid Suits from 17.5 to $15.00; worth one-third more. ONE-THIRD off the regular price of Waists. Skirts greatly Reduced and at a time when you need one. It's a great chance because they are marked very low. Remnant Sale at One-third off the Regular price. All sorts of Dress Goods. Remnants, Mercerized, Woo., Etc., Etc., Flannel, Outing, Ginghams, Linens: An odd pair of Lace Curtatns and so on. Hundreds of Remnants have accumulated during our January Sa'.e. They will all go at from ONE-THIRD to ONE-HALF off. WATCH OUR WINDOW R. B. WILSON The Ellexsburc Dawk Prices On Skirts Jackets & Waists

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. — 2 February 1905

The Ellensburg Dawn—Extra vol.. -Ml Additioual Local lir. liean of Tacoma, i> in the city today, Sore throat seems to lie a very com mon ailment just now. 0. \\. Pautaske and J. 55. Vance went down to Kiona yesterdny. W. L.ssetsche bought M. ('. Kprague's paint and paper bouse Tuesday. Dr. Harrell received word today that be passed the medical examination. Last Thursday the M. W. A. and Royal Neighbors held a joint installa tion of officers, James Qllmour came down from lie public to attend tin' funeral of bis brother John. A large crowd of people met a - the the M. E. church Sunday evening tn hear Rev. Lee's serman to the I. o, T. He proved tn he master of the tutu stlon, and proved by unimpeachable evidence that the liquor t rathe is the most gigantic evil that all!iet.- mankind, afoul blot upon tbe name of our conn try. I. 0. G. T. Installation. The grand chief templar, .lame- I) o'Farrell of Ortlng, came over Wed desday to install officers for the (loot! Templars, and while h...

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. — 9 February 1905

rtAWN OF BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR TICK NATION'S SAFETY— AUA .\ PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATU A OOVKRNMKNT OF JUSTICE FOR AM, MEN Vol. mi. PROGRESS OF ROAD BUILDING In the Middle Weit by W. R Richardson. Special Ai>ent of the Western Division ot Public Road Inquiries. An Article That Should be Read by Every Farmer. Prior to the era of railroad building, which had Its beginning in the decade following the close of the civil war. public road construction made the most progress in tbe states of the middle west. This was under the toll-road system, and several of the Btates bor dering the Mississippi river still retain the old toll-road enactments upon their statute books. These roads linked tee gether the principal towns and con nected the shipping and commercial centers with the interior, They daily presented busy scene- of travel and traffic, being the sole avenue-, of t ransit, as there was not a single mile of rail road west of the great river in IWO and but a limited mileage up ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 February 1905

2 Trunks! Trunks! Ladies Dress Trunk, 34-inch size, 3-ply veneer, heavy duck cover, leather bound, with solid brass trimmings, sole leather straps and heavy dowel pins, best Excelsior lock, cue dress tray besides deep tcp tray 42-inch Ladies Dress Trunk, cluck covered, brassed bumpers and trimmings, hard wood slats, two skirt trays and one deep tray with compartments, linen covered, two sole leather straps, strong lock, 3 strong hinges 38-Inch l adies Dress Trunk,heavy duck covered,leath er bound, strong spring catches and dowels, straps clear around trunk, three dress trays and one extra deep bonnet tray with covered compartments, brassed bumpers and trimmings Fancy metal covered Trunks, round top, al! sizes from 28-inch up, hard.wood slats, pood handles, strong locks, malleable trimmings, exceptionally weii made, Priced up from 32-inch Centkman's Trunk, ci ck covered, malleable Ircn bt mpers 1 1 cl it innings, hard-weed slats, strong lock Two trays, priced at An extra good line fr...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 February 1905

Delinquent Tax List of The Middle Kittitas Irrigation District. Th.ron U wi r is...;;. ; ';;n;;' l ;';-;; i - li^;;[ i^- county. W»»n .- , ~„.,„.„,„.„,„„, pereons. imt > | ... .| U ,. Mm i delinquent, und W hlChttNM!»H' • ■> s ~,1.1 CDSIsdUC the amount pi f.i.,„.,,.|„.i.inuskcsscil. !w-"-r h,, ;" , : i '; ,„,s,-i Suiil .li-iiH ("V'l-'.To,,v Coin.inss,onel'sot Kit WiVSm tl.-; -WI. duyol tuns coupiy. ■ . ~i: , is revenue W l>..V D ret tWril nth ■'!>•.■ uf tc ~ «. "» ld^ Ul, UWIOBIPTI..N AMOUNT " A " Sec. 17. T. 18 N.i R- 18 fi. Bund Brothers NwUNe"-! • «JJ !! Ne(» Nw, no .. Beginning ill tl' r n. w. cor. of -!•<• IT. tp. ii* n. r. is b. ihenee fi. "" s,'c line HBO fi «■ l**' siu ft. n. 33 deg. 11 mm. w. re<. •-' fl. Intersec tion With see line n. MHO ft. t„ plm f beginning on ~ Beginning ut the h. c. cor. of s« 'i of ii» '4 of sir. ir. tp. l" n. r. ISo. w. DUO ft. n. 83 deg. 11 mm. IMS.I ft. Inter section with I-IB sec. Hue B. KM ft -s- 1380 ft. to place of beginning...

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. — 9 February 1905

4 gllcnsburg Jlaiun. Entered Nov sth ISM, ill the I'ostoftloe, Ellens burn, Washington, unentitled tosecondcluss postal rates. OrriCß! lOBEiWt Fourth Street, Alhuny Mock Tkiim- I'm V*AM CASH ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All chances ol advertisements fur eurrenl week must lie handed in not later thun Tuesduy lea in Otherwise, the change will not uppenr We are forced lo adopt this rule as v matter ol business. Correspondent* will please try nnd tret theli news Items in t" us a~ curly In ihe wees its ■psNililc not later limn Tuesilii.\ ,i • moon, un (i-sss thing of special I'iipnrtaiiee makes II necessary t» hold sume until V\ i dnewluy morn bit. Special NotU* Herrnfn r till resolution* <•• n dolencc ranu ol thunks. notii t entertain ■Dents eliarcuic an admission ree, und other similar notices will heohuwd reimlat advertl* ling rate* when published In I'm Dawn Population of County, 12,234 Population ot City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Official Paper. City Off...

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. — 9 February 1905

Chas. H. Flummcrfclt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FACfIY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MUdiARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Dr. Amen is reported sonic better today, R. Lee PUfdln made Seattle a visit this week. .Inlltl DttVis is quite ill this week with tonsilitist. Dr. I- >• Power, id' C'le Elum, was In I the city Monday. Don't forget the dance Feb. 22nd to be given by * '<> i. Unfit: To Mr. and Mis. 11. VV. Hale, on Friday, a daughter. Miss Cray, of Pasco, came up Sunday to attend the normal school. A. M. Wright spent several days of late in the cities of the Sound. Louis Larson and Pedei Pedersen went over to Seattle, Monday. thus. Pautzke returned to his home in Auburn, Sunday afternoom K. 11. Stevens spent a lew days ot, the Sound since our last issue. Dr. Harrell made Seattle a visit this week to purchase oflice furniture. Miss Hazel Souver is a guest of Mr. and Mis. PhilDltter,of North V ultima, this week. Mrs. Bell Cobain, mot...

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. — 9 February 1905

PROGRESS OF ROAD BUILDING (lonl illin-«I from l*tw t Hie. machine which will resist the strain of grades, rocks, nits, mud, and all kinds of miserable road conditions, and de voted so little nf their time and effort to improving the conditions primarily essential to the success of this mode of i ransporl al lon, Other forces are hastening the period of highway betterment. The continued | had toads of the past two years, caused by the wet seasons in ihe Mississippi valley states, have very materially affected the commercial interests id this section. The idea thai "good toads" could he constructed and main j tamed hy merely grading and draining the surface of the ground has been dis pelled, and it is now evident that it will be necessary tn surface these roads with some durable material which w ill render them permanent and efficient] for traffic during all parts of the year, and especially those seasons when tl c roads are most needed for the move-| ment of products. During the wint...

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. — 9 February 1905

Denmark News Hems. Tbene xl lecture Is in he giveu to the school Friday, b'eb. IT. by Itev. McLean. Mrs. W. C, Minion, who has been In Ellensburg for the pasl si x weeks, re turned to Denmark lasl Thursdaj with her baby boy. Clara Borensen has been quite sick „ltb tonailltl*. Mrs. Jens Sorensen is Still quite ceo. Michels sold his potatoes al $10 per ton on board the ears. Miss Flora Campbell and Mi- Aagol Jorgenseu are visiting relatives in Denmark. Louis Larsen and I 'odor Pedersen vent to Seattle. Monday, on business. Hans Larsen and family, of Idaho, will be here in aboul three weeks to take charge of his new farm, Wm. T. Sheldon boughl nine head of cattle of Elmer Carr, two head of H. Horn, nnd seven head oi H. F. Heed, last week. He went to Wenas, Wed nesday, to look after his cattle there. May Michels was quite sick Monday and Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. < 'hapln s| t Sun day with 1.. < 'bapin and family. Liberty and Mcaghersvillc. The camp look- dull with only one man ...

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. — 9 February 1905

8 Tin; Ellensburg Dawn WE CONTINUE TO REDUCE Splendid Suits from $7.50 to $15.00; worth one-third more. One-third off the regular price of Waists. Skirts greatly Reduced aud at a time when you need one. It's a great chance because they are marked very low. Remnant Sale at One-third off the Regular price. All sorts of Dress Goods. Remnants. Mercerized, Wool, Etc., Etc., Flannel, Outing, Ginghams, Linens; An odd pair of Lace Curtains and so on. Hundreds ol Remnants have accumulated during our January Sale. They will all go at from ONE-THIRD to ONE-HALF off. WATCH OUR WINDOW R. B. WILSON Prices On Skirls Jackets & Waists

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. — 16 February 1905

~, oF rjMOHTKK HOPKS A LKJHTHOUSK foil THK NATION'S SAPKTY—■ I)AU - A |>Kol'l.K\s SHIP Of STATIC A GOVKIt.VM KMT of JUSTICE fOR A LVL MEN Vol. xii. PROGRESS OF ROAD BUILDING |„ the Middle Wert hy W. X Richardson, Special Agent Ol the Western Division Public Road Inquiries. An Article That Should be Read by Every Farmer. THK BUBAL POPULATION AND THK lit IADS. It baa long been considered In tin country tbat the public roads are for the exclusive use and bent tit ol the people living in the rural districts, and that this class alone should be held re sponsible for their const ruction, care, and maintenance. This is an erroneous idea. It is true that in Ibe middle west a large majority of the population re sides in tbe country, either In the small towns or on tic farm- lii lowa, with a population of more than 2,200, », there are residing in the country dis tricts 1,660,000, In Missouri, with a population of more that: 3,100, t here are living in the country nearly or quite 2,000,000;...

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. — 16 February 1905

2 Tbursdaij So ial Chats JtiRCIIANT AND FARMER HAS A CHAT. Me»-t Early In Forenoon and .1 Social Chai Ensues--Talk Over Existing Condition! In Ellensburg—Both Agree That Some Thit ■-- An- Radically Wrong—Measurably Solved. Good morning Mr. Merchant. Elow arc things going In town? MERCHANT. Oh, fairly well. Trade ia rather dull and sales are slow, noth ing particularly doing-. Uui say, yon are in town pretty early tlii- morniny. what brought yon in at this early hour, it's only eight o'clock. Farmkr Why I had a little batch of freight at tho depot and I thought I liad better got in and get it be fori demurrage was added. Mrkchant What kind of freight is it 'f FARMER—-Oh. its a box ol groceries from San Francisco. Mkrchant —fJrocerles! (,'an'i you gel all the groceries you wani in Kl'ens burg without having to send dowi there for them? Farmkr Yes, but I can get them fir so much less in San Francisco, why J can save from -"> to lo per cent on i every dollar's worth of goods. , Merch...

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. — 16 February 1905

COLUER-JUSTICE. Miss Thco Justice and Mr. lames Collier Married at Home of Mrs. I r.mklin. On February loth, Miss Theo.lustice Bnd Mr. .lames folln,', boll, of this olt y, were married at the I ieol Mi-. Franklin. . The occasion, though a very quiei one ,wasmarked with rare taste, ihe decorations consisted of palms and car naUons, arranged with mosi plea-,,,, effect, and bore evidence ol hands Of an artist. The bride was gowned in an elaborately trimmed champagne creP e dv chene. and the groom,accord •„. to cttawra, was dressed in black. ?fe win-i.ic Mi- Ktbcl Franklin, daughter of the hostess, supported the bride, while W. B. Simpson in hi- im pressive ma rserved as the groom s right band man Recently the bride came from her home i„ North Caroliua to visit rem tives Mr. Collier is a native ol Ten nessee, and a practical 1 kkeeper, now in thf employ of the Peoples Meat Market. Here they t and their mere acquaintance ripened hy con tinued association Into a union of man and wife. Rev...

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. — 16 February 1905

4 Elknsbura Bamn. 4ttl*r-I SI Mi l*W »' "• P ' t-rv \V»-:. :.»••...D Mentitif U leeoadciasa p. *1 rj> * Orrr c: « r .-• F rsl -■' ■ ■ Tt-iw- i ■». YKAK C*sß I 1 ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. \ »••■:.' t< ' kw> : • - - pr- v. - - lv Imcli «".•-( . -'■ • <!..•:• ' v. * • ' • „. „ . . -, . . It*. r»K - » ; - i"' L>aw> Population of County. 13.334 Population o;' C;ty. 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Officla 1 Paper. Ci t y ofi'i ci a 1 Pa per. EDITORIAL NOTES. DEM< M'RATIC TICKET. ARTHUR GUNK, TO DIVIDE T!!E STATU INTO THREE CONGRESS ' '•' DISTRH K■K • ~ Lir,-. n. 1 1 i SlfV. ■ - rip. -• • ati'i Kittitas: ill i 1: .:..*• * mn. <t, -l ill - it. I.- '• -. 1 » Wat.X . im, Clark, Sk m >. X ■ t . ■nan, A*ot :.. 1 o nrabia, <I n tb'ld and If. . never tbe present leg ulature. *h«'U <t it become a law, might : .•• • :>»• tbe meat,-of letting a democrat slip into «;orii.' res* fi. ra the state ol anbingt, n Hierefore tbe measure will be a, le...

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. — 16 February 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FAGjNY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFfEE. Lyn.ce HlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS 11. t;. McNeil has bean indisposed for several days past. Auditor Baldwin posted notices of special election Saturday. Dr, 1. N- Power, uf < 'le Khun, was in the city Sunday and Monday 1. I-!. Anderson, of < Hympll., was in tlie city a few days thi- week. Walter M. Olive, of Wenatchee, was in tlie city Saturday and Sunday. CO. Poland, of Puyallup, was over t few days since visiting relatives. Dr. sloan.of Roslyn, attended the re publican caucus in tlii> city Monday. V. A. Williams, of Toppenlsh, was in the city a few days since our last issue. The republicans bad rather an exolt ing time Monday at the committee meeting. Barbara Bowers, nf Sumner, i- over as a gm-st of ber sister, Mr-. John Van Alstlne, ar.d family. W. M. Kenney went up to Itoslyn, Saturday, t" assist in lixing props for senatorial t Itnber. K. I...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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