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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 March 1905

2 Thursday flight 5o r :a! Chats FARMER AND MERCHANT HAVE A CHAT. Thcv Quite Agree on a Good Many Points With no Essential Difference in any Thing farmer Shot.v Gratitude and Consideration ol Past favors. An Interesting Chit. Good morning Mr. Farmer. |i..»'- the ranch and its people making i' these iia\ s? PARMRR, Oh, about as usual I (juess. Ibiails getting better in'l - begining to look seriously like furmb ] am in after some garden seeds, nl'ni fa, clover anil timothy seed; I wa' ' Meed down a piece nf nowlv cha''' 1 brush land, Yes, and I must take i a plow, too; I did think nf sending to the city for my seed- ami plow-, lint I backed nut, though it dn(-- hi' k like you fellows charge outlandl 1 prices for thuse tilings, but nf course I know freight rates are high, oh, that awful freight bill, it covers a n ultitmle of sins and offers an excuse, if such a thing is possible, for some fish stories, but [suppose it remains a freight bill still. Wonder if our outlandish taxes are In...

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. — 9 March 1905

Whose [lead Aches? Yours? li' so. what is the cause? Does a little worry or overwork bring that tight, sore uneasy sensation al the base of the brain or right over the eves? Have you ever thought it might he due to your eyes? Could we convince you by re lieving it with glasses? This is one of the "EYE HEADACHES" socoiutnhn with those having unsuspected eye defects. Cause removed, ache disappear. Sci entific examination free. DR. O. KLUG. iv iii 'in. i: ATTORNEY AT LAW Room I- Olympla Block ELLENS HURti. - - - WASH i> a i;ai i.'i' Si co., I). REA !. ESTATE \'! ENTS \\ ■ . • I ii '11 wlin ilesire it rei/ardlnn Kittitas county, BLLENSBURO, - WASH JOB PRINTING PIRSI I'LAKS .Ii iii PRINTING A NPEIALTY. We make 11 specialty nf line commercial joli print 11.. ..; I he Daw s ulllcc. IDS K. Pourth Street. Phone Blk -fit elles'suhh | 1' MILLIKEN VKTKBISAHV >"'.'' IKI >N. Treats ■ f i i VI: Ofllce: Palmer Bros., Klletisl.urif. Livery. Phone Main ir. Wash. i.. HAKKBLL, M. I' ■ PHYSICIA...

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 March 1905

4 gllcnsbuviT Jlaum. Entered Nov. Rth IMM. at lie- PosUifltce, Kllcns burn, Washington, aaentltled to second class poHtal rates. Office: le'. Kast Fourth Street, Albany III". I; Tkiims I'm VKAII, Cash *l "" ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All chati • ef advertisements f.ir currenl week innsi I'" handed i i later I ball Tucsdnj 10a in Otherwise, tbe chiuim'wd t iippcui We an forci 'I in adopt i in- rule us a matter ot business. Correspondents w ill please irv and act their news Items in in ns as curl) In ibe week as possible not later than 'I'm will} aflerniMlll nil Eas somelhlna of sped npm an ikes it Mcessury to bold same 'ii.nl \> edues lav morn Idk Siwciil Noike Hereafter all r< solutions "f ci n tfolencr, cards of thanks, notices nl entertain menis rharalnK an udnilsslou fee, ami oilier similar notices will lici'haiyi il n (.'ular adveri.s inn rates when published .1. 'I'm Haws Population of County, 12,23.1 Population of City, .pooo Business men and Firms in Ellen-bur:;. 100 Coun...

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 March 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FACiNY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MOLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Block. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS The fruit buds arc swelling. Who could a-k for liner weather. See Mrs. Hall's new ad in this issue. R. B. Wilson went over to Olympta Sunday. ('has. Lambson is learning tbe cases in this office. The council nut in regular session Monday evening. John K. Frosi left for a short v i-ii in Olytnpla Sunday. Attorney E D. Hodge made the city of Tborp B Visit Sunday. Judge Bigg came up Monday noon to hold court a few days. Mr. and Mrs. j, 1.. Mills of Thorp, were in the city Tuesday. Ohi yes, we may have a squall or two vet. Easter is yet to come. Henry J, Snively came up from North Yakima Monday to at lend court. Tuesday morning the ground was broken for Behmke's new Muck. Quits a number of new buildings are going up in different parts of the city. A *'. Bteinman was elected school director of Dist. H, to succeed himself The fru...

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 March 1905

8 Auction! * THE * BANKRUPT * STORE j& Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION without limit or reserve. Come one and all to the Great Sale commencing at 10 a. m., SATURDAY, MARCH 11. 1905 and continuing every day commencing at 10 a. m„ 2 p. m., and 7 p. in., until the stock is closed out. The store will be closed on the 9th and lOtli of March to prepare for the GREAT AUCTION Sale. COR. THIRD AND PEARL wt'AT TflL LEGISLATI «E Ulu. During just even 45 days, ihe senate was ir. session . ist 10 hours by the clock and tbe senate Jour:.a.. Tbe appropriation from tbe genera] fir.d will not be quite *2<)o. greater than two years at;o. unless ~oine add!" tional expense is incurred during the present week. Tbe senate has confirmed ti,'- ap* pointment of 11. M, Baldwin as trustee of the normal school for a period of six year-. The committee on appropriations has shown much consideration for the e<Lii. end of the »tate administration by allowing more than twice as much for the attorny general...

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 March 1905

Additional Local C 1,. t 101 l Ins is in Seat tle today . Bay Culbertson left for Seattle Sun day. (j p. Short of CleElum, lain the city today. 11. M- Bryant returned form < >rt tog Friday. A, 1.- Blemmons sponl I uesilay in North Vakima. \V. H. Talbott is bullbing a large barn on his ranch. Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cole man Monday, n son. Mrs. E. F. Forgarty is considerably indisposed this week j \v, Baraett whs pretty well shook up in the runaway Friday. Mrs. B. <'. Ackley la seriously indis posed, so we are informed . Robert Barnett <>f Thorp, died rery suddenly at the depot Friday morning. H, F. Nickols has purchased T. P. Carson's house and lot on North Pearl. Mrs. L. E. Palmer and son left Fri. day for ft mouoth's visit in California. Miss. Artelia Plummerol St. Louis, isa guest nf her sister, Mis. n. \y. Ball. W. .1. Peed and also the Alberta creamery people at taking some needed Improvements this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kleinbergenter tained a large number o...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 March 1905

8 i 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 things. ■ Lvery 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: l\/f nhairc will reip supreme in Fashion and favor. An assortment of these IVlUlldll b 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 stron...

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 March 1905

A DAWN OB 1 UUKIHTKH HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE foil THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHlt' OE STATU A GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xii. HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAGE Public Utilltlc*"-Hom John Jasper, Blacksmith of Kondun. Livei In Comforl in .1 Corner Home ,v .1 Rental ol $2.88 Per Keek—Hy Frederick Upham Adam*. Copyrighted. 111 THE first estate outside tbe coun ty of Loudon purchased by the couucil was iii Xorbury, The site is thirty-one acres In extent ami It situated a utile and 11 quarter 1 <• rood the county boundary. i>n this tract the council Is erecting 76c: cot tages with accommodations for ri.Ntsi persons, The rents will range from lo $2.75 a week. The greatest progress ha* been made <rith the Totterdowu Holds estate, In rooting. <in this tract of thine nine acres nearly sou cottages have been completed uinl are occupied, uinl the plans call for 11 total of l.uu cot tages. In this venture the Loudon county couucil is Investing <Ki.uou.out), The cottages ale b...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 March 1905

2 Tbursdaq flkjbt So:ial Chat) InT: ELLENSBURG COMMERCIAL CLUB. Vhat it May or May Nol Mean to tho IV. . pic of Ellensburg, Kittitas Valley »nd Kit titas County. The True Need and Require ments of Such an Organizati in. Once again the Commercial club ol Kllensburg has been resuscitated and its membership considerably augmen ted. Tbe need of such an organization is apparent to every citizen oftheeoun tv. What the club may or may not do is another question. If the club is to accomplish anything, it must work, every member must work, work as he never before worked to make it a suc cess. There must be harmony and un ity of act ion. no one man power, fac lions ut- disseminations, no dincotdant elements brought up to work the org anization Into entangling alliances. ICach must have a record for the other. One among the tirsl things to have eliminated is tbe little, dirty, stinking, petty politics t hat has cursed sill former clubs and the city of Kllens burg many years, and if all will wo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 March 1905

From Denmark. Several new pupils having entered j (he primary department of the school during the past two weeks, the H four th grade had to move into Mr. ( imp ins room. W. 'I. Sheldon is having bis large Orchard pi nned this week. Geo. Michels has leased his BO acre farm to ''ens Christensen and Jacob Jesiicti for olio year. Terms, *1,000 cash. Soren Sorenson sold a four year old horse to I' I'edersen for Hilfi. and W. T. Sheldon sold another team lor >240. Addle Hrtice.of dlst. no. ". will attend the Denmark school for the remainder of tbe year. Site will make lor home with 1 . li. Winters. Hans Larsen bought about 2(10 bush of wheat of Ceo. Michels ut UOo per bushel. The Ellensburg Trading Co.. has opened Its new store on East Third ut. next door to C. L. < 'ollins. Tie Kllensburg Trading Co. car ries a complete line of t Iroceries.Sboes, Fancy Chinai Semi-Porcelain ware and the largest line of Notions in tbe city. ATTORNEY AT LAW - Room ts Olymptu Block ELLENSBURIi. - - ■...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 March 1905

_4 gllcnsburii £laiun. ■ntered Nov sth ISM, at the Postomce, Bllens burg. Washington, usenillled to socoud cluss postal rates. OTru s: ItifiEiist Fourth Street. Albuii> Hloch Tkkms I'm VKAH, CASH : "" ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR- All changes of advertisements for current Dee It must i„. bunded in nol Inter IhnnTuesthi.v. 10 v in t " herw is, the change will i>"l nppi'iir. We nre forced to adopt ibis rule us v nuttier "i business. Correspondents will plense tr\ midget their news Items In to us as piirlj In ihe weuh us ■oust hie not later than Tuesday »f tern i, tin less something; ol special Importance makes it necessary lo hold sume uutil Wednesday morn lng Special Noilie Hereafter ull resolutions of con Colence. cards of IhanUs. notices of entertain tnents charging an iidmlsslon ree, and other Mmilur notices nil! heehnrged regular advertls Ing when published In THE: DAWN Population of County, 12,234 Population of Cit>, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County 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. — 16 March 1905

Chas. H. FlummerfeltJ Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FACjNY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MILIARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Blocß. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Several farmers are sowing oats this week. Kleinberji Bros., are shipping bay tins week. .1. K. Farrell went over to Seattle Wednesday. A. S. Paul of L'leElum was in the city Monday. IM. Fleming, of Alfalfa, spent Sun day in the city. An inch of mow greeted the people Sunday morning. Edward Whitson of North Vakima, was in the city Tuesday. Mis. P. M. Stand ley and sou M. F. were in town Saturday. Jas. Shepperson of Roslyn, was in the city on businuss Tuesday, The Clrissom property in Sunnyside addition has changed hands A. 11. Stulfauth and wife went to Seattle Monday for a -liur: visit. t'. K. Hovey spent a few days in Walla Walla since our last issue. Keep the street fair and carnival Idea going until it is a grand success. John and Joe Tunner went up to the Hay ward ranch above Thorp Monday. Harry McDowell of Melmont, ...

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. — 16 March 1905

6 Auction! THE * BANKRUPT * STORE, j& Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION without limit or reserve. Come one and all to the Great Sale commencing at 10 a. m., SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1905 and continuing every day commencing at 10 a. m., 2 p. m., and 7 .p m„ until the stock is closed out. The store will be closed on the <)th and 10th of March to prepare for the GREAT AUCTION Sale. COR. THIRD AND PEARL Treasurer's Notice. COLLECTION OF PERSONAI, PROPERTY TANKS NOTU X DSITHAINT TOR, KTl' Sec 75 ni, nnd after tho first Monday of Feb ruary suci' linn ihe levy of taxes the county I treasurer shall pi I to colleel all personal property taxes. He shall irlve notice by mail t.. | all persons chanted with personal property taxes, and if such taxes are nol paid within thirty days after said notice, he.shall destnun I .-nutrient Hoods and chattels bcloniritiK to the person charged with such taxes, if found within the county, to pay theaame, lo«ether with all accruing cost-, with Interest, anil sh...

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 March 1905

Additional Local Donald Morrison lias moved to Liber ty- Dr. Felch spent a few days in Seattle this week. Marshall Scudder of North Vakima, is iv the city. Mrs. Martin Holm is very much in disposed again. William McMillan of North Vakima, is iv the city today. Maurice Turner left Friday for Went where lie will reside. A. L. Slemmons made CleKlutn a lly injr visit yesterday morning, A. .1. Dam man of Pullman, oarue over this forenoon to spend a few days, Master Paul Williams gpenl Sunday with his father. F. li. In Toppenish. Guy Price returned from Seattle a few days since to recuperate his health. The local showers and warm days are producing a verdure that i- refresh ing. A. ('. Shaw of the Alla tta Creamery is spending his leisure in manipulating his new adding machine, Mrs. J. A. Fortuey Is reported no better today and Mi-s Mandy is at home with her mother for the present.] Kverett l'arothers will please accept our thanks tor a number state reports thai are Invaluable to a newspa...

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 March 1905

8 t Our % :::::::: Never before has it been our good fortune to present to you such a showing of New, Ip-to-date Merchandise. - The store is replete with new things. ■ Every Departmen is a sore wi hin 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: AH AriQlT : re fc n su P reme m Fashion and favor. An assortment of these lYlUilall v 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, b...

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 March 1905

A DAWN OP tmWHTRU BOI'KS A LKiH THOirsK POII TflK NATION'S BAFF.TY— \ I'rtO 'i.X's SHIP OP STATR -A QOVWIN if KMT <>!•' JUSTICE FOR ALL MBM Vol. nu. HOW Bi<IT!SH CITIES MANAGE Public Utilities—An American Attends .1 Town Meeting el the I ree Voten ol Manchester Liverpool's Public baths and Washhouses By Frederick I ph.an Adams. Copyrighted. 1 v. IN all save outer form tl Itles ol flrent IVltalti arc much luoredoim ocritttc in their methods of go\ % eriimeiil than arc oUI'S. With litem the citizen exercises a direct iv teres) in public affairs. The city in ell is truly tic representative nf tin mass id' the electorate. It is Itnpossl hie for the 1 leiubers of 11 couucil to v. far astray ecu it they were so dis ps.icd. The manner in which they lb these thiugs on the other side may best lie Illustrated hy an instance wlliel came under my personal oliservatl m. The city of Manchester owns ami op crates its street railways, and it Is nisi a large stoekuoidcr in Ihe Manchester Sh...

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 March 1905

2 WHEN YOU THINK OF GOOD CLOTHES pOR Fifteen Years the foremost in its Hn< —and this year is no exception—With a rep utation to support it would be folly for me to offer anything hut the best—in stv l c and work—So when you select a suit here you are getting the benefit of several years Heard of IWy "American Boy" Offer? It's Easy. Every boy \\h<> pur chases $5.00 or more in the Boys De partment is given a six mouth's sub scription to this greatest ol Boys Pa pers Free. Truly a good combination -the Best Boys Clothes, the Best Boys 1; jer, for the Bist Boys in Kittitas. Men's Apparel. All Ages. How The) Lo»t Their Home. Through the gamming instinct. They bought things they did not Deed because they were chaep. They subscribed for everything they could pay for on the installment plan. Money enough went down in drink and up in smoke to have suved the home. They did not realize bow easy it is to g>'t into debt and hi a hard it is to get out. They could nut say " So," and co...

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 March 1905

Ordinance No. 353. An ordinance establishing lmai! iiSVll. Mo s"A IM Includlug lots 2, ». 4 and aTCiwkSU «"« ; :Msi " hlwk SI, f.fihr uriuiiiul town ol Klleiisburg, pruvldlmt V asinan,, ' v sldewulk abuttlna ther i and assi-inj 3» cosl thereol against said ''rhr'nty Council of the City of Ellensburg do ordain aatollows: ration I All of the tallowing descrllied , , s.iu ii.- In Hi-' . Itv of X ensburg, i..«u F,"'" '.\ md fi in block Siiaml lots I, S, », 4 und •i■ ii a a.a ihe original town or Kllensburg. Swtimron Pine streel Is hereby constitute 1 a improvement district, to lie known as lo No. a"A HUM. ration ll Al! that pari or laid Pino streel ,"„,,,, v the property ataresald shall win Sr "a constructing und laving n sldewulk SWundoue third reel wide ~r Hr or pme plank. s:,urfaeld-" upper side and st-cureh spiked to ilr iitrlugers, 3x6or Ix 4. three In number with A*l nails. taction 111 The eosl and pspenav id eon •tructlng and laving s»l t sdewalk shall is' ~.«,■,! ilnl assess,-,!...

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 March 1905

4 gllcnsbiurg Jtaiun. Butt-red Nov. Mh IW4. at the Postoftlee, Ellens bur-. WoshlnKton. asentltU'il Ui second class postal fan's OTrn-r: 105 East Fourth Street, Albany Muck. TkiiMs ii.a V KAU. CASH ll.tM ROBERT A. TURNiE X EDITOR. All changes ot advertisements tor current Went! iirisi l,e handed in 1,.-! later I bun Tuesday. 10 a. m i a herv is,-, ihe ehuuxi *i|i nm itp|»*si r. fte are forced to adopt this ruli v?. v matter ol busii.i SS Correspondent* will plei se tr\ anil set tlielr news iinas ai lo as as early in the week a-, ■ossibie not later than Tuesday c I ernoon, nu fc»s sonic thins of special import aiiec I»es n accessary lo hold .same until V\ i 'He s»lu) morn inn Special Nntite Hereafti'r ail ri solutions of ci n dolcnee. car.is "f thanks, md ei'n "t c rutin no-u's ehursins an admission fee, and oilier similar notices will becharaed n-sulur advertis Ins rates when published in I nt. IIAWN Population ol" County, 12,234 Population ol' City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in ...

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 March 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. li. Wilson. STAPLE & FACiNY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILIARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Hlo. K. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS I. E.Craig visited Roslyn Monday. Fred t lilmour of Roslyn, spent Sun day in this city. Prof. W. E. Wilson is somewhat in disposed this week. I F. C. Porter, of Thorp, came down Monday to transact busine-s. B. F. Heed and family spent Sunday out In the ea-t end of the valley. Albert Tjosaetn went over to the Sound Tuesday morning on business. c. I!. Graves of Seattle, came over Saturday to spend Sunday with In fant ily. George Champie bus the contract for the building of Miss Wheeler's new residence. prof. C. C. Singer of Thorp, was in the city Saturday to attend the teach er's meeting. ('. 11. Fell of CleKlum, came down Mod lay afternoon and -pent v few hours in tbe city. A first-claw electric motor i- -non to be installed in the Dawn ollice to run the cylinder and job presses. J. T Byersof CleKlum was in tic city Satu...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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