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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 February 1905

8 Ladies' SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1905 Simon P. Foo;artv Co The Great Bargains which we gave each >Saturday throughout the year 190 i, we shall continue during the year 1905. We shall place on sale each Saturday, some de° sirable class of merchandise, which will he Reliable and Seasonable. Corsets and Girdles This line we have purchased direct of the largest manufacturers in the country. The style, finish and quality of the very best. The colors are Pink, Light Blue, Crab and White. This Corset we place on Special Sale Saturday, February 18th in White and Col ors, steel filled, 50c Tape Girdles 50c This particular Girdle which we place on Special Sale Saturday, February 18th, is made of extra heavy Tape, is comfortable and serviceable, trimmed with Satin Ribbon The colors are Light Blue, Pink aud White, aud at only 50 cents. All Sizes are in stock, but come early Saturday morning February 18. Pgolj vIMOM P WWTI W M\ ftp?? bdSllolUlu ollulu. iUaiiltll bUo. bmolm Saturday Special Sale S...

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. — 16 February 1905

Additional Local REPUBLICANS NOMINATE CANDIDA IT. BBATTI Bi IVl '- l«— a l ,BC ' ftl "' T|IK Pawn— The joinl committee nominated B, F Reed. School election, March Ut. Wm. Freyburger is indisposed this week. A fresh cow for sale. Enquire al tbia office. ,l, c. Hubbell visited in > akima, Saturday. Mrs. A. li- Dennis is a guest ot ak ima ri-ifntU. •p. t. Hardesty was a Pasco visitor this week \V. W. Johnson, <>f Easton, was In the city Mondaj. \V. It. Bruton, of Thorp, was in i he city Wednesday. Miss Pauline Kenney is seriously in disposed ilii> week. .1 K. Frost went, over to Seattle, Tuesday afternoon. W. B, Randolph is si ill in a very precarious condil ion. VV. 11. I'orothera came down from Frosty creek Monday. E, T. Sandmeyer returned from Idaho where lie spent a ft >W days. 11. F. Blair went up tn t 'le Kluin and Roslyn yesterday afternoou. Robert Warner baa a position in Ed Fleming's store al Alfalfa. Coo. Beaver returned a few days since from Miles cm . Montana...

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. — 16 February 1905

8 Thr Ellensburg Dawn WE CONTINUE TO REDUCE Splendid Suits from >7.. ; '> to $15.00; worth one-third mure. (>NE-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, Wool, Etc., Etc., Flannel, Outing, Ginghams, Linens; An odd pair of Lace Curtains aud so on. Hundreds ot 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 Skirts 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. — 23 February 1905

. r»AWN OP BRUrHTKK HOIKS A LUSHTHOUSP, POU THK NATION'S BAPKTY— A ' A |'K( HM.K-S SIIIC STATU \ GOVIiItN .1 KN VOP JUSTICE. Poll ALLi MEN Vol. xii. PROGRESS OF ROAD BUILDING In the Middle VvVst by W. R. Richardson, Special Agent o( the Western Division ol Public Ri>.«l Inquiries. An Article That Should be R«N'd by Every I armer. Tt is Impossible in any state In pro vide a lit system of highways by the action of boards which have only local authority, and which are nei—arily swayed by local, if Dot Individual, In terests. No good system of roads has ever bee" developed except uuder authority lodged in the hnnds of some central administration. Under any other system we may exoect a< best oc casional good roads, which will serve only the needs of those who pay for them, while the poorer or less enter prising communities which may 1i• either hand will iln little or nothing to Improve the roads. The principle of the I, gtate«ald plan''is worthy ol strong commendation to the states...

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. — 23 February 1905

2 AMONG THE CHURCHES. OKAC'K Kl'isi i IFA I. I IU'I« 11 Feb. 24th, St. Matthias Day. Holy oommunlon, I'i.'JO a. m, Feb. 2tith, Sexagesima Sunday. a. in., boly communion: l". 1 " a. ni.. Sunday school; 11 MM) a. m., morning prayer and sermon: 7:.'IU p. m., evening prayer and sermon. Visitors are mosi cordially invited lo hm> nd all services. FIRST CHRISTIAN I.'HFIM.'H The Christian church was again well attended last Sunday, and one more person united by profession nf faith Next Sunday evening will be the regu lar monthly student's service when tin following program .will he rendered: Violin solo, musical service, ladle* quartette, anthem chorus, sermon ''Tin Value of rime." Morning service as usual, subject, 'Ancient and Apostolic Aggressiveness." tood Salo. There will be a Mile ol home cooked foods in t'lummerfelt's window on Sat urday, Feb. 2oth. by the Heading Room association. All donations in this line will be gratefully received by the com mittee, ami those who wish a delic...

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. — 23 February 1905

fort Correctly fitting Eye Glasses Call on DR. J\. li. CHADWICK of Tacoma Doctor of Physicological and Opthaimic Optics. He will be at The Vanderbilt Hotel For a few clays EYES TESTED FREE PRICES RIGHT Call and See Him- Ellensburg Iron and Brass Foundry LAMBERT RASKINS. PnoP. Stove repairlnna specialty, also nil kinds of Machinery nnrl Cnstinus made to onl. r Archl tectural ii'"ii work Satisfaction i/tianiiueod. ELLENSBUHU. \\ ami E. 1 1 ' ' Room i l * Olymplu Ulook ELLEN'SHUIM. - • - WASH. 11. - REAL EBTATK \' IllN'l S Will take pleasure ;, i nlvlna Information t • :.. Who desire It rejrarilliiK KUtittiis i'ouniy. ELLENHBURU - WASH JOB PRINTING FIRST CLASS JOB I' tI.NTING A SPEIAI.TY. We make st specialty of line commercial ;oli prlnlluK in 'I'm. lew. s ufilei. LOS E. Fourth Street. Phon. I III; ssi ELI.ENSUtG. - - - WAl.il. I ) p, MILLIKEN VETERINARY RfßiiKl 'X. Treats nil Diseases of Domestic Animals Offlee: Palmer Bros.. Kllenslitiri.*. Livery. Phone Main IT. VViish. 'AJ .;. HAU...

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. — 23 February 1905

4 gllcnsburg Bute red Nov. ISth 1894, ai the Pimtofllce, Kllenn tmri,'. Washington, unentitled to.secondduns postal rates. rjrricc: lOR Bust Fourth Street, Albany Work. Firms Pkk Veau, Cash : turn ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All changes nf advertisements for currcul week iiii.si he handed In nol luter thiiiiTut'sdaj 10 ». in in herwlne, Hie change "ill nol iippcur We are forced lo udopl Ihls rule .is a main r '•: business. Correspondents will please try and get their Mwsltenis in in us us curlj In Hie week us possible not Inter than Tucsdnyiif on 11. Un Ess something of special lni| ■">'■• nmltcs II BBcesHury to hold same until Wednesday n log. Special NrtiM Hereafter all resolutions of cs»n , dolencc, curtls of thanks, notices ol entertain mi'iits charging an admission fie, anil other ■Jullar notices will iH-ehnrged regular advents lun rams when published In I'HK I>AWN. Population ol County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Offici...

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. — 23 February 1905

Chas. H. Flummcrfclt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FACfIY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR iMIItUARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Cooked foods at i'Tummerfelt's, Sat urday. ,loe Foreman visited in Vakima re cently. W. H. Croger, of Seattle, was ill the city Monday. Prof. C. C. Singer, of Thorp, was in tlie city Saturday. Vestal Snyder, of North Vakima, was in the city Tuesday. Born: Friday morning, to Mr. and Mrs. William Horn, a son. ,ins. Dysart, of Cle Klura. has spent a few days of late in this city. ii. F. Reed returned from Wenatchee ami Chelan. Sunday evening. Thos, F. McCaustland, of North Vak ima, was in the city this week. Fred (iilmour. of lloslyn, spent Sun day in this city with his relatives. C. C. Dupee, the laundry man, went down to North Vakima, Tuesday even ing. Tbe little sou of Mr. ami Mr-. S. t'. Butcher is seriously ill with pneu monia. Prof, <'. s Baker, of ('le Klura, made his regular business visit m this city last Sal u...

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. — 23 February 1905

8 :-: Under Tic Stars ill Stripes We toe Been: -: ©ea/ttle r l<> Han h'rnncisco The Ellensburg Grocery Association is determined to put us out of business. St lias ordered every wholesale house in the country not to sell us any more goods. Why? Simply because we are underselling them. Just how strong it is remains to be seen. But so far we are still doing business at the same old stand, and if the people of Ellensburg and Kittitas county will stand by us in this fight for cheap gro ceries, we will continue to supply yon with goods at present prices U not, things will naturally drift back to where they were before we started our closing out sale. Be low we quote prices on a few leading staples: Star and Horseshoe Tobacco soc5 oc All other grades i:i same proportion Small White I leans < 15c a packages Cjolden Ciate Soda, 111 <- highest gi kle 25c 21» 1 >ars Silk Si >ap 75c jo bars Savon Snap, large size 90c It is Naptha Snap, 10 bars to box 65c I'alcon I'ancake I'lo...

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. — 23 February 1905

Additional Local Tho Militia ball was a grand c. cess. \V. T. Ford is very much indisposed tli is week. Simon Justham, <>r Itoslyn, is in the it >• today. K. M. Osborn, of Thorp, was In tbe city yesterday. B.J. Merryman spent a few days In Seattle this week • John E. Veach, of Thorp, came down yesterday on business. The rural carriers examination w ill take place at the postotllce Saturday. John Scott, formerly of this city, but new of Tacoma, was in the city Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. W. Itoss are ■pending a few days over at Hot Springs. \V. 11. Randolph i- Btill in a verj critical condition, growing weaker ai the time. The Yeomen's social at their hall on the Smith ranch Saturday netted the loilge $117. The meadow larks are busily engaged these tine mornings In singing their merry songs. A P. Neyhart, of Tacoma, was In the oity a few days this week to attend to gome business. Dr. Martin went down to North Vak ima, Saturday afternoon, and spent Sunday in thai city. Burt...

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. — 23 February 1905

8 WE CONTINUE TO REDUCE Splendid Suits from $7.50 to $15.00; worth one-third more. (>NE-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 ol Dress Goods. Remnants. Mercerized, Wool, Etc., Etc., Flannel, < luting, Ginghams, I.incus; An odd pair nt Lace Curtatns and so on. Hundreds of Remnants have accumulated during our January Sale. They will all go at from ONE-THIKD to ONE-HALF off. WATCH OUR WINDOW R. B. WILSON The Ellensburg Dawn 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. — 2 March 1905

A DAWN OF BUKiHTKI'I HOURS A I,ItiHTHOI'SE Foil THE NATION'S SAFETY— A FEOI'LE'S MINI-' OF STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE roll ALL MEN Vol. nil HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAGE Public Utilities-One ol the Most Tremend ous ln(lu<tri.il Revolutions Since the Birth ol Modern Civilization. Written and Copy righted hy Frederick Upham Adams. I. f \ REAT BItITAIN lain the throes n « of a revolution. Her mil , Vl B ,-;!.vf...-.s mul v ' nerale I inslitu. linns nre in proi ess ,>r destruc tion. From mil their ruin- there is rearing the frit work ol' mi islillcd wiiieh may typify a new civilization. The revolutionists nre in absolute con triil. yet their uumberless victories have been won without a blow struck in anger. I claim credit for a discovery. The United Stales is the most eim--ei v.illM' nation en the globe, ami * r'-*-.-11 Urituin is ihe most radical. We smile m the visionary and hesitate to grant his the ories the favor or a bored tolerance. dorses und adopts his fancies ami hj the e...

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. — 2 March 1905

2 ALL ABOUT IRRIGATION- Probably tho Government Measure Will Bi Passed and Corporations Protected. Engineer T.JA. Noble of the reclama tion service was in tbe city Monday af tor noon. While here he outlined a plan before a meeting of citizens in A. Mires' office, by which, he thinks, it may be feasible f<>r tbe government to undertake an Irrigation project in Kit titas valley. He proposes to utilize tbe entire stor age capacity of the lakes at I he head of til* Yakima river, first for tbe projpet wbich may be selected, The remain der, lie believes, can be used for canal* siow in operation, for extensions and for additional water service w here i ec •jssary. I ie did not posit ively state t list tbe excess of water stored might be used as slated, but express! d tie- op tl ion that tbe department would author ize such use to lie made of it. Mr. Noble's plan i- a simple one. and Vie stated it in a tew word-. It Is mere ly to yet the ditch companies mm using Witter from the Yakims...

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. — 2 March 1905

Whose [lead Aches ? Yours? If so, what is the cause? 1 >oes a little worry or overwork bring that tight, sore uneasy sensatiou'at the base ot the braiu or i ight over the eves: 1 Have you ever thought it alight be due to your eyes? Could we convince yen by re lieving it with glasses? Tins is one of the "EYE HEADACHES" socoinuihn with those having unsuspected eye defects. Lause removed, ache disappear. Sci entific examination free. DR. O. KLUG. i:. ■'■ \ ■iiKNK'i AT I V. ■ - • "11 who dtsiro it rt*j.tiniiiiy '\ ituiisi'oti ELI ; X HI If! ■ V.-A si 11 J,, ....,.. I). Special Attention Oiveu to Female. eases Offlee anil Resilience l*ln ne lllueli :is:i. ELLENSBPRO, - - VVASiI Q C. BOEDCHER, REAL ESTATE ANIi NOTARY PPHLIC prompt Atteetlon (liven Correspondence.. Kllensburp. W.,sii ~\y : T. P. PHELPS, VETERINARY sriu lEI iS AXI) 1 HOUSE HENTISTRY. Saturday's and Sunday's spent In town with I ELLEXSHriI';. • WASH j j J. FELCU. M. li. —PHYSICIAN AND SPRUEON oniceiu Ramsay Residence phon...

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 March 1905

4 gllcnsburcr JDniun, ■ntered Nov. Mb 1894, at the Postoftlce, Kllens bur,;. Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. Orrn X IDS Rust Fourth Street. Albany Hloek. Tekms Pbh Ybau, Cash : 11.011 ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All rhnnueN of udvertlsenientM for current week must lit) hlllllled In liol lull i than Tuesday. 10 a. m i ithcrw iso. the rhimse will not appear. We are forced to adopt this rule us a matter ol business. Correspondent* will please try and set their Wws items in to us ax early ie in.' week as possii.ii' not Inter than Tuesday ufn n n, un less sonietnlns of special Importance in.ii.es v , ■eeessarv to hold same until Wednesday morn lng Special Not lit Hereafter nil resnlut Inns of run 4olenee. rurils ot itiunks. noliei's ol entertain nieuts rhnrKina Mi admission ree, unit other Similar notices will heehiirseil regular advertls Ins rates when published In Tin. Dawn Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4.000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 1...

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 March 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FACNY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR IVlllilifißS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS \V. ('. Minton moved Into town Wed nesday. The roads are simply In a horrible condition. \V. E. Miller of Seattle, was in tbe City Tuesday. J. R. Thomas of Thorp; was in the city Tuesday. \V P. Ford is able to be up and around again. j, E Powles of Liberty, «as in the city Tuesday. M. M. Churchill made lloslyn a Tist Thursday. Frank Lauderdale of Kverett, was in the city Saturday. D.A. Hannaof North Vakima, is in the City this week. A. E. Pettit of Roslyn, was down Sunday and Monday. ri. s. Bounten and wife left yesterday for Angel, California. Hurt Miller of Tacoma. apenl several days in this city of late. \V. U. WilgUf and family move.l up to Anaoortei lust week. Betbßiggsspent several days visit ing in Ellensburg this week. Juan Morgan will have charge of the 0. Hinman ranch this season. Henry .I. .Snively of Nort...

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 March 1905

s The Virginian. Though nearl} a quarter of a million copies of "The Virginian" have been sold ai.d though the novel has been pronounced by book reviewer* to come nearer to'tie requirements of a classic , i , . . : • :■ iI k (.f I I i„ tint tlie ir.tetiMnii el •■ . ■ I ii ir vof 11 who have performed this operat on the 1 ■ ■ - Ijuvi ■ ' -t few | ■ W. H. RANDOLPH PASSES AWAY. Altera Lingering lilnesi Covering About a Year He Quietly P.-.. . • Away. " : ■ leers. .1 - c. . .ii Ihrei - ~■. - - . - tuv ere lie ■ eterirnir : tst bis ■ was I■■'■l■ ' i st cc ■ : theory tioo. He has lived among ns and all respected bis honesty an i sincereity. His spirit took its departure for Its eternal borne T day morning at 5 o'clock, 'i'lie funeral took place from the Central Christian church todaj 11 o'clock! the funeral being under the auspices ol David Ford Post. So, 11. G. A. 11. Tiik Dawn extends sympathj to the bereaved wife and sons, Peace to his ashes. f rom Rroicr ("reck. Will llobblns, who ha*...

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 March 1905

Additional Local Remember March Ol h. 0. 8. Daviso( Kaston, was in ihe city Tuesday. Remember the annual school election {Sal urday. li. s. \Vf»*il went down to Vakima yesterdaj. 1),. (■. ||. Reed moved to Seattle yesterday. Milford Thorp of Thorp, was m the citj today. Robert Lumsden of ltoslyn, is in the city this week. VV. C, Hayward ol Thorp, was in the city tliis forenoon. Recce Jones spent a few days over in Olympia this week. Win. Mi' Mill in of North Vakima, wa in tbe >-ity yesterday. The Base Hail Association will give a grand mask ball March ill h Horn.— Thursday, Feb. lllld to Mr. and Mrs. i. A. Swiit. a daughter. M iss Christine t 'lerf is again at home in South Kittitas improving In health. Dorn.— Wednesday, March Isi to Mr and Mrs. W. T. Francis, a II pound sen. li. A. tiault yesterday sold the Mrs. jahe Thomas ranch east of town to Isaac I Irown. A.''• Steinman is a candidate for re election to the position of school direc tor in district No. Miss Anna E. Faust of ...

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. — 2 March 1905

8 f Our % :::::::: Never before lias it been our good fortune to present to you such a showing of New, Up-to-date .Merchandise. - The store is replete with new tilings. ■ Every Department is a store within itself. - The designers have certainly outdone all previous efforts in Spring Dress Goods. - It is a pleasure to spread for your inspection the new things, consisting in part of: \ i k '. will reign supreme in Fashion and favor. An assortment of these seems endless. We have a generous stock of the other kinds. We pay just as much attention to our Men's Department, as we do to the Dry Goods side. ■ When we opened the Clothing Store it was not our intention to make it simply a branch of the business, but a full grown store. How well we have suc ceeded the stock will testify. While we're proud of the fact that while we have the largest Clothing Stock hereabouts, we have not a garment in stock that is not the best obtainable in its class, good, stylish, well-made and strong, but the s...

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 March 1905

A DAWN OP UIUGHTEH HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE POH THE NATION'S SAPETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE A GOVEIINM EN'T OF JUSTICE Poll ALL MEN Vol.. Nil. HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAOt London Is the Greatest Landlord in the World.—"The (it-eat Housing Act." : : :::::::::::::: Written .Old Copy righted by Frederick Upham Adams. 11. MOHE tlmn 200 c ities In Groat Hrituln i>wn .-111 < 1 operate wa terworks. There are 100 mu nicipullj' owned i> r ;.s plants md more than thai number of public electric lighting plants. Every large city owtis or operates its street mil ways, tin- total being considerably in ?xc ess .>t" the hutiilrei] murk. Two bun ilred anil titty cities own their markets, 150 cities maintain baths and wash houses, ami an equal uumherowu hurl al grounds. l-'orty-turee cities own piers, docks ami ipjays. There is in vested Ii) all of these productive enter prises a stun nl' money in excess of (750,000,000, Plan-, already adopteil will increase this Bgure he.votld the liil lieu mur...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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