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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 4 May 1905

Additional Local li (.'lii-tie", is on tlie sick list, (his week. Kit tit us commercial club met Tuesday evening. James Osbi>rn of Thorp, was in tlie city 'I'u l -day. Warner Kehmke is indisposed with diphtheria this week. Will ''>'' -scbe is attending court in North Yakima this week. [{. Jenkins and Joe Folio of Roslyn, spent Tuesday in our city. Mrs. I3ml Anderaon la visiting with friends in Spokane this week. \ r N'ewliarl of Tacoma, spent a f«w liitys in ilie city tbll wusk. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mires spent Tuesday afternoon in CleElum. The county commissioners met in regular monthly sessiou Monday. Rehmke's new block is getting along; to the finishing touches this week. ('. L. Collins spent several days in Seattle and Tacoma since our last Issue. s. O. Salladay is acting city clerk for Geo. Sayles during bis visit on the Sound. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Longmlre of Wenas, are v isiting her mother, Mrs. Kobilka. The county commissioners made short work of meeting, finishing the job...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 4 May 1905

Additional Local p fhenev is on the sick list this week. Kittitas commercial club met Tuesday evening. James Osborn of Thorp, was in the city Tuesday. Warner Kehmke is indisposed with diphtheria this week. Will Zetzsche is attending court io North Yakima this work. K. Jenkins and Joe Polio of Roslyn, spent Tuesday in our city. Mrs. Hud Anderson is visiting with friends in Spokane this week. p, Newhari of Tacoma, spent a few days in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mires spent Tuesday afternoon in CleElum. The county commissioners met in regular monthly session Monday. Rebmke's new block is getting along to the finishing touches this week. C. L. Collins spent several days in Seattle and Tacoma since our last Issue. S. t>. Salladay is acting city clerk for Geo. Saylea during his visit on the Sound. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Longmire of Wenas, are visiting her mother. Mrs. Kobilka. The county commissioners made short work of meeting, finishing the job in one day. Born—To Mr. and Mrs....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 4 May 1905

12 A Few Reasons WHY IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE R. B. WILSON & CO. W9LSON STORE ****** E ARE aware that a great many people have au f I*l * idea that they can do better by sending to larger \™" J towns fur their merchandise, than by trading with their home merchants. In some instances this may he true. There is a science in buying goods and in conducting a store that not all merchants have mastered. For ourselves, we have only this to say; we do not want nor do we ask you to buy a single thing from us when you can do better by sending away. We believe it to be every one's privilege to trade where he pleases. However, we do believe that you not only can do as well by trading with us as by sending away, hut in nine cases out ol ten we can save you money. Our reason for thinking so ate very simple and easily understood. Iv the first place buying goods is our business. We put in sixteen hours a day finding where is the best place to buy. We pay spot cash for everything that comes int...

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. — 11 May 1905

A DAWN OV BUIGHTEH HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE full TI I E NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S s in 1 OP STATE -A GOV E'tN M ENT '>P JUSTICEJFOR ALL MEN Vol.. Nil. HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAGE Public Utilities - - Gljicow Was the hirst ■§Ca> to Challenge the Supremacy ol the TelePhone Trust A Glance at Edinburgh By Frederick L'pham Adams. XI. GT.AS<ir>v."s experience with tel ephoned should be of interest to those citizens of this c tuutry who ure complaining of extor tionate rntes for Inferior service. As Usual, the Scotch metropolis vvus the first city in the kingdom to challenge the supremacy of the telephone trust, which in Great Btitiiin goes by the nuinc of the National Telephone com pany. The tight lor a municipal franchise Was a complicated ami interesting one. In 1011 the imperial government through its postollice department pro poses to take over the control of the telephone system of the United King dom. At tll.it tone the National 'I'ele phone company will be compelled to surren...

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. — 11 May 1905

2 MEXIC'N PANAMA HATS Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thorp With rbr Educational bemands. Thorp's struggle for the advance ment of her educational facilii iea seems to have rm t with some opposition in Ihe special election hr-hl Friday for the purpose of levying a ten mill tax to raise sufficient funds o> add two more rooms to the school house In order to relieve the present crowded condition of the school ami prepare for the ac commodation of additional pupils next year. I.a-i year a special tax was levied to remodel the two room school house to •i.eet the increasing demand for better facilities, for instruction, with the re - sulllhat the enrollment increased ma terially and th« state apportionment for the district more than doubled in i •mount. Thorp boasts of her fertile fields. J tine horses, rich dairy fat ins. and line' fruits anil (lowers and say s to I he world here it is, come and see for yourself;' but has she ever been able to say al good word for her public school system ' ...

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. — 11 May 1905

2 MEXIC'N PANAMA HATS Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thurp With H»r Educational Demands. Thorp's struggle for tin- advance ment of her educational facilities seems to have uu t with Mam- opposition in the special election hold Friday for the purpose of levying a ten mill tax to raise .sufficient funds hi add two more rooms to the school house in order to relievo tlie present crowded condition of the school and prepare for the ac-j COmmodation of additional pupils next ( year. Last year a special tax was levied to remodel the two room school house tv tneet the increasing demand for better facilities, for instruction, with the re hull that the enrollment increased ma terially and the state apportionment! for the district more than doubled in i amount. Thorp boasts of her fertile fields.! tine horses, rich dairy farms, and line ; fruits and Rowers and says to the world I lv re it is, come find see for yourself: but has she ever been able to say a j (food word for her public school system UCt...

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. — 11 May 1905

1*,,.- ci,, I duller >ccU. r|eo:ii\ K. cd,\ tlis: Iwe know of foi ftiulier ue'i I. - i- •• proverbial otinco 01 prevention if «*• iltl u>t lose on. chickens from this rouse we must In tfniehitll und not it How the iiKcncle fhnl produce 'i to iruilier about us. su.\. 11 'i't'iinesscc I'ou'tvy* ■ n In Farm ti ltd (jnneh. Ii is so c ly 1 > start It, tttid Ihi res ilts nrc so sure l.» c.n if. htiritijt I Wn -in. sh v..... > v.oi'tf July w. mi c;l it s' .1 tor und c.iid 11., fln .. lib- ':It or I >\v. I' tiiilly wo de d( . ,1 t . .1 i.c i a<l strayed off or lunu Helen. ! 1 "t «• of o ir > irtls of brooder, there waa n i ewn I . it bout ten few In-- lying i.e.r the fent-o Tilt* allow c s mi,) ;■ , ■ : r ctt.ntioil. und om evr.'tltiv! '1n c 1 eil -ov il of the I.on in tb;;t l'--t" > "«• ■Htins iihont li n 1 pciiliur ii " c■. h into of ihoni wit! tin 'Ir head <onl ■ ' ground. An Invcsti gallon reve: ctl : c missile: r loslet dead and ii-' ' -'t v. ecu i..c I~:tt n...

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. — 11 May 1905

|», ,•, »• It I I f ,1. 1,.' ,* i». I; o ' <•;, that wo know of r,, mnlicr tic t ti.e pro\ erlilal omu c v pr»VCtlthoi II would ml loso clilikens If in this cause we intisl hi #ir,chfiil and not nllow iho tigciicic j tint I p"odin v .1 to gut her about us, saj a •lenne cc Pnll't'vfti .'i i:i Piinn am fenm-li. • • ■ •• »':tsj 1 • start it. tin I lin res tilts ate ■ • sure l.» c-.ii u». IMI 'mi; : v,. in. v,,:. .. ~ .|„„ ~ n ,i ~.!.-• II ru.. U«r an I o il,I v flu., h' :i of I>w P we iii fit. d t. i 1 >■ I :id strayed ~.( i 1 ■ ' ; ' ■ ■ t;,,..e v. . . ;i I . no.oil lell I. i' jjUi: lyitt'J ' "! •" ton- o Tho show c ■ CV c:i ' ioo-iI of (lie I ■■ In th..i : '.v.ird silting iiintui .. n ..peculiar " >' ' 'toe i i 1'.,011i w. t tla Ir hem! ■ on I, ,> i;found. An inves gallon row ,-l s mlsslnc r lostei flrad and the fi 1 ! found Bl I «c l'»-l old ci . a the yard w ;t.i them ns a re tuh ■ 1 Cnrt'iille \» 1.1 I'nr lo.neN. in \. it,i on gu| os Mr. Tcgelinelet ftii'e. fill c.x...

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. — 11 May 1905

4 — EIIENSBURG % KITTIT AS COUN T| Iljlustra t ed v many grand resources of ELLKNSBI'RG and Kittitas Cointy will soon be illus trated in the well known and Hi>;li- Class illustrated weekly — "THE COMMONWEALTH" It. Mineral wealth, Splendid Pr.it and Wheat, Farms, Its Wool Industries; The magnificent Dairy Farms; The Many Beautiful Homes and Educational featnaes will all be fully described and illustrated. a beautiful souvenir To send to friends, and send broad east, showing the Grand Resources and Many advantages of Bllkxsbum and KITTITAS Valley. Many pages of Copper Plate Cuts of Ranches, Mines, Dairy Farms, Picturesque Scenery, Handsome Homes and Prominent Men and Women, will all be portrayed in this Handsome number. IO Cents Per Copy Send Orders to * Vanderbilt Hotel Bntered Nov. ith IM4, at the Postoftlce, Kllens burg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. Orion 106 Bast Fourth street. Albany Block. Tsiims :Pn Ykaii. Cash : tl.no ROBERT A.TURNER EDITOR. All cha...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 May 1905

COMMbiIUNtKS MtLl AGAIN And Tnn»arl All Kinds of Bufintl Anpoin Shtep liupector, R>ad Supervisor! lv, Pisii r Number One, Two md rhn And A low 8111 l for tl\r Pa,t Quarter. (Ci nttnucd from last week ) A M Wright salary A mileage Co Com I i-,< BOgar I'casc Koud District No I Oeo Mirliuls 3 doys rood work foreman . son Thos S ■ I'll II win Sxvi i s days roud work without team I'o Qeorgi -■ el I '« days mad work Bnieu md !l teams m-j He irge M rtu I - ■• days roud work Willi Irani , ~ Hun* .1 II in I days roud work With team . | no I I o id Hist rn-i No :i John t' xx .i 'gouel I' i days m id work foreman It CrUdal :l days mul w >..i forem in 7no j () Una:. ■''.i| J B !■• ■•■ :: •11l In C H \\ llson i -•• > Kniil l.'i der r 2s oo 1 Bonier Hai nes'J with learn . s on M Kredi 1 i'li "i .11 mi i XV II XI, K. .■ ie, ..... mi' 11 T 1.ci.l i', is ..i (3 || XX llson ." tram only 11 no J WThomas :i\ |v :„, 1 j 11 l.r. in, . 7 mi t> Bryan -' \ ;»• 6 Etdal n .. 12 no HTl.erl I tOO...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 May 1905

6 AUTOMATIC FOUNTAIN. Hon lo Krr|l t* c ll<mi» Supplied With raV-.n Water. Every poultry!:.:.!! knows bow dif- Bcult !t is to keep good, clean wntw Cor v Inrgt Bock of hens shut up In » bouse or yard. ».:)« tut Ohio t:;.:n In farm and Vialtor If furnished Id uu open vessel it is soon lowered out of peach. <>r tilled with dlft nn 1 litter by their scratching. Vnrlotis small foun t ins an- on the market n tilt li do for I .tie chicks, but hirjce fowls shttt in :i warm house writik a cre:tt deal und re |nire lots of tluif und nttentl >:i The accotnpanyusg cut shows : ti nu tonuitic fountain which I devised for •so in my poultry house it Is made »f a ten gall >n keg a p tit t:. cup is Connected by :i small tube to the lower rOtTLTBT TABD V- '.'STAIN. end. from which the chickens drink. To fill the keg the tube Is corked, then the cork is taken out of tl c top. When It is filled make the bung tight and •pen the tube below. The witter will not run out of the cup if the tul ...

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. — 11 May 1905

jpjp T. V. IMIKI.r.s. VKTKUIN AHY HI'HUKON AN 11 HUUSK DKNTISTHY, Bniunlm « und Sunday's spent In town with office ul t'oltiure House. BI,t.KN.HHCHU. • wash j -j j ,1 .•'KI.CH, M H I'll Vs 11' lAN AMI BI'HUKON Office In Kumsay Residence phone liiu 324 rlHH'k. l Ulll i- ph..ii,. liiu j i- Mi rUI.KY. M li PHYSICIAN ANH KURUKON, Offloe tv - Kunisiij Hlock. BLL KNSHL'Ra W ash | r PROMT, _ I ■ I.UDSSKI) CITY 1111.1. I'OSTKR All work In my lino, bill postltiK und dlstrlbut int.* entrusted to me will be promptly attended to mill eared for. BLLKNTIIt'IIII, wash •t i w ALTERS EXCELSIOR STKAM DVK WORKS Cor I'lflli Main St. All liiinis of ilylruf, cleunlns and rcpnlrtna neat. |y done by inesi mislern methods and satlsfuc . lien tiuurautced. Ludics tfurmcnts v specialty. J I' WAI.TKRS. I s Proprleto r i g Li HOIMiK ATTORNEY AT I.AW 1!.,. Mil |s Olympiu HluoU RLLENSHURi i - - - W AMI ]y A UAC t.T CI)., ). nr.At. KSTATK Ai IKNTS |Kf 111 take pleasure In ittvinu Information to all I Who desire it ...

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. — 11 May 1905

8 WESTERN COAL & [BON 00. CHARLES BRETTEL, Secy. & Treas. coal An Enterprise oi Grreal Magnitude. We Invite You to Join us and Partici pate in this Undertaking Tlie Western Coal and Iron company ol Port land, Ore., with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four full sections of coal land. 2500 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river, B. C about 100 miles northeast ol Van couver, B. C and about 50 miles south fr 111 the C. P. R. main line at Spence's bridge ami So mile.-, north from the boundary line. These 2560 acres are esti mated to contain 200,000,000 tons of high-grade, bi tuminous coal the*quality of which has been pro nounced by the best coal experts to be superior to any coal known west of the Mississippi river, and is unexcelled for steam blacksniithing and domestic use. and equal to the famous Crow's Nest for smelt ers coke. Good and Safe as Wheat in the Barn We now otter yon an opportunity to make Sioo on every 20 cents you put i...

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. — 11 May 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FACfjY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MililiAßS ROASTED COFFEE. Lrno. BlocK. Phon. R„ d 341 THE LOCAL EVENTS Superior court convenes Monday with a jury. Judge Higg opened court In this city Monday. [{, M. Osborn of Thorp, came down Monday on business. W. F. Patterson of Hlewett, s|„.nt a few days of late in this city. Frank Wilson spent last week in l!os lyn with his brother, Gilford. X [, Anderson of Olymyia spent Sat urday and Sunday iv this city. There were more farmers In town Saturday than for many weeks past. Mrs. W. H. McKee of the west side is still quit |K»orly with rheumatism. Mrs. Felch and children returned Sunday from a month's visit in Seattle. \ ('. ('. Singer, the principal of the Thorp school was in the city Saturday, j W. M. Kenney went down to North Yakima on otlieial business Friday night. Mrs. J, A. Patchett visited last week in Roslyn with her sister. Mrs. K.J.I Bryant John Hoffman has been con lined to h...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 May 1905

IO The Club Pass** Some Resolutions. The Club met Tueseay evening and passed the following resolutions which were introduced by J. O. Aldricb: Whereas, owing to the postpone ment of active operations on what is known as the Palouse irrigation pro ject by the reclamation bureau and the taking up by the service of inves tigations looking t tward possible rec lamation in the Yakima valley, much adverse, and we believe unjust, criti cism lias been directed against the officers of the reclamation service, il being claimed by these critics that the operation of private capital will be interfered with in case the service de termines to recommend and curry out any irrigation project in the Yakima valley; and Whereas, the people ot Kittitas county have tor many years past been endeavoring to interest private capi tal in the construction ol what is known as the high line project in Kit titas county without success; and Whereas, the officers of the reclam ation service have ordered an Investi ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 May 1905

Additional Local .:. ('. llubbell visited iii Tucuiiia s ni dus . Harry M. Bryan) was Ui the city Sal urday. Mrs. W. V. Doughty is convalescing T/ery nicely. 1' 1> Warner Ims planted 50 acres in potatoea. Henry Smith of lloslyn, v.v. in the cil \ Sal unlay. Sum Kleinberg of Seattle, is iv tho city i his week. P, J, Preln of North Vakima, was in the city yesterday. s T. Packwood made a Hying visii in Tacoma this week. W. I>. I leers is painting I-n il .lacob- Bon's house iv Denmark. W. B. Dunsworth spent a few ilays in Nor th Vakima this week. K. D. Hodge spent Sunday in TborP with his friend, C. O. Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dor! left Monday evening for Dawson, N. \V. T. The Kittitas commercial club held a lively session Tuesday evening. Gail Dray, one of the Spkane capi talists, was in the city Tuesday. X P. Tjossem attended the Millers convention iv Tacoma this week. Mrs. I). \Y. Morgan has returned from an extended visit on the ('oast. Howard Baldwin has been very much indis...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 11 May 1905

12 A Few Reasons WHY IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE WILSOiSS STORE R. B. WILSON & CO. E ARE aware that a great many people hi v ■ an f\U > idea that they can do better by sending to larger i " / towns for their merchandise, than by trading fc with their home merchants. In some instances this may be true. There is a science in buying goods and in conducting a store that not all merchants have mastered. For ourselves, we have only this to say: we do not want nor do we ask you to buy a single thing from US when you can do better by sending away. We believe it to be every one's privilege to trade where he pleases, However, we do believe that you not only can do as well by trading with us as by sending away, but in nine cases out oi ten we can save you money. Our reason for thinking so aie very simple and easily understood. Iv the first place buying goods is our business. We put in sixteen hours a day finding where is the best place to buy. We pay spot cash for everything that comes in...

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. — 18 May 1905

A DAWN OF imilMTEIt Hol'F.S \ LHSItTHOLTSK Foil THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PR( IPLK'S s II!" OF STATU A OOVEUN .1 EXT OF JUSTTCEJFOR ALL MKN Vol. xn. HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAGE PuHn rtilitlei The Secret ol ilu- Success ol Muni ii'd Ownership l i. - . :n the Unimper ithdhic Honest) snd Civli Zeal ol Officials B\ Frederick Upham Adams, XII Cft KIT 11 Ism Is made by those who for various revs vis m pposed J 111 public mi iiership tluil elecl etl otllcluls en Html he expected to possess the detiiilod ten hnlcal knowl edge and the experience necessary to tin 1 pr >per adtiiiiilsirution of such com plex and diversltled entwprises as street railways, gas works, electric lighting ami power plants, the erection and supervision of dwellings and col piges an,i ihe numerous utber under takings assumed or in contemplation by the municipalities of (Jreut Itrltuln, Next to the fear of offering added op portunity for olllelal plunder this is the more quoted argument made against the system by th >...

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. — 18 May 1905

2 MEXIC'N PANAMA HATS Men's Apparel, All Ages. Additional Local. W. H. Kelster came In from Alberta Monday. T. B.Wright of Roslyn, is down to day attending court. Born—ln this city, Saturday evening to Mr. and Mrs. A. s. Randall, a daughti r. George Robertson died at the home of his parents in North Kittitas, Satin dav afternoon and was buried Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hannah Weeks of Kansas City, Mo., is a guest ~f her Ron, Ed Haskii s, and wife. She will probably spend several week- in this city. The Ellensburg Trading company ha- merged into the Inland Commer cial company of North Yakima an ! will henceforth have a representative : in both Seattle and Tacoma. Tlie comedians of "Red Feathers" are -aid to have some highly humorous scenes. The Channel lor of the kingdom of Homaucla, through a state conspira cy, is compelled to adopt, a disguise, and with ids companion is led into some rediculous situations that to the audience are irresistibly side-splitting At the opera house May L'-Y...

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. — 18 May 1905

LL L...00D COOP. Vl . . I l*l'l»»f I -CMMM-il Will, „„ l.\i'..-. • ; I c.i. : c \ cm. n i. l.ro ul coop luu-o re .ccd fr.l ml aide p ntltry j.i ru 1 has proti'd vor.t satisi'nctory in V . ■ ' v■ ' Il i- 1 ' 1 vi •_' I I in '1 rtt'in.'rM, so tint i' ma.t I<• V 'il; 1.: ivt'd fr 1:11 olio place > number, Hi. four feel wide, six fr.l i ill . f1 :r feel Ii j;'l in ft* mi pud l I'-'cl I .a IV r -ar ", lie fr ■ 1 i 1 a drop ti. li ,lic!i< « ; 10. ii :•:• lul (lie li ill cv mid t'.sti :•I1 ! 1' 'I o on 1. ,f i 1,,. tby: ii '1 ."... 1•■ •:? •!• liovele I 1 ir Hie d<> • • • 1 ■ ■ a r! I . tv .•isi-oii.l on .' • •. 111. ' 1 ' . ■ on d o ii 1 . • ■ 1 ••. 1 tw.'l f I W 111) .\. !li< • Is I'M I W ll!l lila v v P WITH KXKKCtHINtI itn. one Inch wire mi ting. There i-- n I i Buttle i" cover the opening, as follows: A one Inch hoard twelve Inches wide BUtl two feel long i- sawed diagonally In tw i pieces, milking two thr rner boards for the ends. These lire liolUhl to each shle of ...

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