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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 May 1905

12 A Few Reasons WHY IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE R. B. WILSON St. CO. gt**S E ARE aware- that a great many people have an /' |M| ' v i ( lc;i that they can tin i»< iter by sen ling to I v S, J towns for their merchandise, than by trading **Mr*r w | t ], t j le j r bojue merchants. In some instances this may be true. There is a science in buying goods and in conducting a st<-re that m>t 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 catt 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 nut only can do as well by trading with us as by sending away, but in nine eases out ol ten we can save you niouev. Our reason for thinking so ate very simple and easily understood. In the first place Inlying goods is our business. We put in sixteen hours a day finding where is the best place to buy. We pay spot cash for eve...

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. — 1 June 1905

A DAWN OP BIIUiHTP.I! HOPES A MCHTHOUSE POIt THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE A GOVEBN.MENT OP JUSTICE Toll ALL MEN Vol. xii. THE CHICAGO STIRKE. A Ton Minute* Talk hv Mr. r'redrii t'. Lee I'.isier nt the Melhodisl Episcopal Church l.j<t Sunday Evening to .1 Large and Appreciative Audience. Head It. The -trik"s and laltor tr > iV.-s which are taking place all our this land of ours furnish me with a do/en interro gation points. Why this unrest among the laboring classes'; 1 Wh.v should ■hould there !>•• this never-to-he-settled strife and bitterness between capital and labor? The hand a- war with the foot. Til" head saying to the heart "I have no need of Ihe." That there la nothing new in the labor probl , and that in is old enongh to have been settled long ago is shown l>.\ M Mes peu, the Egyptologist, in his hook of ••Historic Headings." In It ha -ays that the inscriptions and records tel ling "f the labor troubles that tisik place in Egypt over •'• years a...

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. — 1 June 1905

2 ;. 1 : -; Will! I , ' iI_,I , ! 1 '_ |ire| hi iil ler t!.:. .-. : c rl by M i». N I lei i aru her |iti|i ; The inosl e'ahoi - ate musical number w II h a caiitiiiia, Huffman's Sony ■ i ll.e Norn*, whirl !, ... -■, , Niil-e , . •'horns and solo i g The audience will al.-o have tie p!< a sure i I heai my Mesdumea Sl> muiniis and Dri-enil: foi the latter this will in le r limi appear ance before an Eih nsDiirg itudietice. Mia* 'I hi mas has a place on tbe pro gram and, by n quest, will give bei opinion a- i n whit her a woman will marry, if she has n chance, or not. The uilinission will he iweoty-tivi cents, seals n ay he reserved i.y tilt addii ii mil pie, nient of ten ci tits, —<» » Advertised Lettew The following unc i for letters :< ■ 1i..-nil iii ail iii il.i |ii I.Ye: Jaeoli Baigi .M I ivi r .las Hlo, k, Ned Bond, Matt i rovvn, Mrs. John Buruhan . Mrs. < liilds, Mi-.s i arrii Cotton, Allele I. I..Ms. i. f l)j K. L. Pel ties, Mt.-s Liiiie (iiiiy, I. S. Y. DttVid, ...

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. — 1 June 1905

Jesse Adami Called Home. Jesse Adams was born in the state of Illinois in May 1840. Was mustered in ihe service in IWISS and served his country three years: was wounded several times and h'st one eye. In |Hli(| be moved to Kansas and settled near Columbus, where he lived until I lit h I when he came to tins city, Be was a consistent member of the i liristian church, practicing what he preached. He leaves on!) one child to mourn his death, M i .lack b'ullon. Deafness Cannot Be Cured llv liH'Hl iipplii'iil N a, they rnnnol reneh Hi,. deceased iM.i lloi. ol the ear. There Ik only one wity lo in" I'.eiitneNH mill thai is liy must me tlonul remedies >• i fliess is caused hymi in. BSDii'il I'oiiililioii .•: Ilii'imiriiiiiis hi, , i ||„, Bttfith'haln Tuiie When I lit* tube nets hiltiinied you buvi runililliiM m.uiul or liuiicrfect hear lag, utnl when II is entirely dosed ileutues.. is (be result, anil unless me ii.ilauiuiaiiiin rm. in, tali,'ii out and tins tutie resi r.*.l •i, s luirit...

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. — 1 June 1905

.1 gllcnsburg Jlaum. Bntered Nov. Mb IWM. at the I'ostofttce, ■■ bunt, WushtliKtou, uk entitled to second class postal rates. Ori'li'K: 106 East Fourth Street, AlbullJ lllock. Tkiims: Prh Y*ah, Cash I ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. AH c Ill' s! lie hulllll it II Hot >•'" ' I"' 1 S" ' • 10 v. tn Otherwise, thi I'haiurc v*ill urn ■in i : We are forced to lulopt litis i de a* a muto i ..I business. B»'\\s il- li s m I,' l';i.ri\ 111 I n' 1 DO tes Beeessury to bold same . » -»•.• "' 1 n>K tuclal Nulla- !!• i liolis ,it n d" lice, curds , t lliiu ml« » "i >'i 1 1 Bi.-uts churtdmt uu udi issiou fee, uml ' ■in.i..ii notices will :■• eliai a il nruliii .. iveitis Inis rules when pi 'I n T lIX IUW • Population of County, 12,234 population of City, -4 iJ 0 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, too County Official Paper. Ci t y Official per. EDITORIAL NOTE-S. Tlir. DEFICIT. The il' licit i- Incn using. I'm' lei months ending witli April the tretmu \ d> licit was ttbonl -:: l.'"i.i mi. tl...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 June 1905

ryu r r PHKt.PS, VKTKIUNAH> SCItUKtiN AMI HtlliSr) IIKNTISTIIY S;l,,l^l •' v^;!!;;l ,^:: l ; l •;•;u,: |, ' 1 ; l :,,.:: » ; KU.KNHIM'KtI. H VS|| || .1 I i i.i M \i |i PHYSICIAN VNIJ Sl'ltilKoN Ofllcu in KmiiHii* ii. Mii. ,„■,■ pi,,,,,,. |„ h , m I iitook. i mii-i- pi vii, , I i*. MiCAUI.KY, Mll »I. I'll YM< IAN AMI SI'HiIKDN onier in IfeuuHuy Muck. KI.I.KNSIII'Iti; U *?.* V FROST, UCHNSHt) CITY Ull.l, I'osTl'.K Idk entrusted i.i im will in- |)nuii|illj utti-iuk-ii tn iniil ruri-il fur BI<LtSNTIiritU. \\ ami ,!.' « AUr * M KXl'Kt-SIOII STK \M \<\ X WOKKS c.l lit til V!l liihiN tif I. .1 I WAI.TKRS E. IMi " : ATTOKNKY AT I.AM li Olympiu HlocU ELI.KNSIIfIJi;. - - - WASH. I» A liAl 1.1 .v <" . D. UK AI- KBTATK AIiKNTS v v ■ I . F.I.I.KMSIirKiI - WASH JOHPR.NT.Nti FIRSt ■ i. ■ - .i"li PRINTIN'i • A SPKi I l. l We make v spct'lulty ■»f I mnimi-rcltil printing in 'I'll r. lv» n • It'll R. Fourth Street I" am Hits SJI K1.1.K5.-I'lf i. • - ■ VVAI.H I j I' MIM.IKKN VKTKKINAKY ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 June 1905

6 WE8 r rii2HiN COA I j <S: I HO N CJO. CHARLES BRETTEL, Skcy. & Tkkas. coal .An Enterprise ol Ox real Magnitude. We Invite You 1(> J (>i 11 us and I\avii< -i pal<* in 1 his 1 iK lerl a king. The Western Coal and [ron company ol Port land, Ore., with ils principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four lull sections ol coal lan 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river, B. C. about 160 miles northeast of Van couver, B. C, and about 50 miles south from the C. P. R. main line at Spence's bridge and ••••» miles north from the boundary line. These 2560 ai re - are esti mated to contain 200,000,000 tons ol high-grade, tutninous coal the quality "I which lias been pr nounced by the best coal experts to be superior \<> any coal know n west of the Mississippi river, and unexcelled for steam blacksniithing and domestic use, and equal to the famous Crow 's Nest for smelt ers coke. Good and Sale as Wheat in the Barn We now offer you an oppor...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 June 1905

Chas. 11. Flummerfelt Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FflftCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BIocR. Phone Red .'s4l. Tlil: LOCAL tiVLNTS Georgo Sherwood of North Vakima, Was in ihe city Sai irdaj. Mrs.t) Norllng was the guest of Mrs. j. I. Mcintyre, ol I'asco, lasi week. Mrs. ii. F.jThonipson is on a ten-daysl Vlsii with relative! in Ninth Yakima. 1 The board of county commissioners meet in monthly session next Monday. lUinel Payne of Itoslyn, visited with relai ives ai i hi- city Sal unlay ami Sun flay. Carl Knenkel of Liberty, was in the city Friday and made TltK 1 1 v\\ s otlice a pleasant call. John and Joe Turner and William Cobain visited the Hay ward ranch abo.e I'horp Sunday. F. J. F.ong of Liberty, was in ihe city Sai unlay. but led Sunday morning for hi- mine- mar t ha - , place. I. W. Nelson, editor of the Seattle Commenwealth, sp ml a few da;.- in i y since i ( • : ■ s«-!.i"il. . i;i i n 4 Yak i m 11. 'i. Hing of this city has been se ll ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 June 1905

8 A Texas Cyclone Has struck tbe ELLENSBURO TRADING COMPANY'S STORE and Knocked prices do*,, to a point where Consumer can live as well as the Merchant. The prices below are lower than yon have been sending your money away for Groceries, keep your money at home and patronize the farmer's store. We have made a slaughter in the price of all Groceries. BUI EES Produce ail Mm Tata at Maitt Prices. ElEensburg Trading Company How Do You Like It? THB EIXRNSBURG Dawn. Fels Naptha Soap, 2 bars 15c, box, 65c Silk Snap 4c bar; box 7 ;r 50c broom 45c (others in proportion) Bacon, per p< mnd, 1 5 C Maccaroni per pound IOC Cheese, full cream lßc Best Brand Tomatoes ■ *5 C other brands iii pr< (portion. Best brands Corn '6c other brands it proportion. Gold Dust 2cc Soda Crackers, 3 pounds 2< it- Bulk Crackers, per pound 8c Best Spider Leaf Tea 50c English Breakfast Tea «.oc Ceylon Tea 40c Relance Catsup 20c Diamond "C" Soap, 20 bars 75c Reliance Oysters 12 oz 30c Veal Loaf 12c Chicken Loa...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 June 1905

Additional Local .i. W, Harnett went n|> to ( leKluni 1 today. John Newman of Thorp, is in i own I today. Dr. Do wo r of I'leKlum, spom Sumhn in thin city. I V. L. smith, of Hpokano, was in the city Monday. Joliu tieigcr is at homo in thu now Uelunkc block. A. 1.. Sit nunc'lis u( nl down to \ciri Ii Vakima today. Miss I .on la Scot I <>f Tucoiua, isiisit. iuu in i In - cit j. ,1 nines Luna of Itoslj n, spent v few hours in tow n Driday. t.umblu of I'loKliini, was in the city n few du\ s since. Miss Minnie (Jet/ of i'ortlaud is a j,'m-t of friends; in litis city. - I ' of 'I I.' ■ I 'rof. i a Ikinst 11ii. moved ou to his ratii'h and is now a lull-tl .i_■ <•.i farmer, i .11n | 1 1 m * 11. I, i V : '. |, new (Quarters in t!.<- uew Itebmkc b Ibis I for Dullard \\ bet c *l c j >ins hi r mother ami gisti r. I . : 1 \ Si il II I. • I S I n Ol l th. • • 'J , N.i . ■ , ~,)., r ~, . II on • Il - we I • •• 11 ■ l|„,. I i out. bin "'si C Ii rent- ci-> - b >gin a! s p. tn...

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. — 1 June 1905

Se A Few Reasons WHY IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE WILSON STORE R. B. WILSON & CO. fo***H B ARE aware that a great many people have an /' I*l \ idea that they can do better by V J towns I'M- their merchandise, than by trading ****** w fth their home merchants. In some instances tliis 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 yon to buy a single thin- from ns when you can do better by sending away. We believe it to be every one's privilege to trade where be pleases. However, we do believe that yon not only can do as well by trading with ns as by sending away, but in nine eases out oi ten we can save you money. Our reason for thinking so ate very simple and easily understood. In 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 easli for everything that comes into this 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. — 8 June 1905

A DAWS Ol' BUIOHTKH HoPKS A LIOHTHOUSIC Poll THK NATION'S HAPCTV- A PP.OPLK'S SHIP OP STATK A OOV'HUNMBNT OP JUSTICE POR ALL MEN Vol. xii. A FREE TRADE CANAL? Just as the "staid-pat tern" were cong ratal at ing themselves upon having the lYesideni securely caged they were stupetled on Mat II by the an nouncement that the Panama I 'anal Commission had decided to buy supplies, machinery, and vessels in the cheap'--: market, whether al h ir foreign. The same principle was also to be applied to the transportation of goods for the canal, la explana tion of this policy ii was stated that t rtiumissinn had wished to buy two sbi|M ol about O.OOU tons each. Fore in ners ottered to furnish them at once for about 1750,000, American builders wanted M.400,0im) and eighteen months'time The members id tbe Steel Hail Pool de minded *2»i per ton for rails, but tbe identical rails, made hj the same company, could lie bought abroad for t'JO Simi ar discrepancies ran til through the list. Seeretac.t '"...

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. — 8 June 1905

2 Text Books Elected Tlih county board ole lucntion. at Its IDeeticg Tuesday me It, made tbe fob lowing aelection oi texi luniks for tbe eighth grade, and partial selection for tli»' liij:li schi»•! ■ Exi'h imr« Rptii I Price Price Vl Commonschool 1 k voca music t S? I Is Heed's primary sperit'i 13 so i w.ir.l lessons •*> sn Hr.i.vi.i' Jkuasbury'* teacher* maiai i !>""k 1 Th ■ i •■ graded pruet'ec tut lets i 1.1 x, each .... U Whitehoux lueatioim --.v-ii. I" 1 it"._-r;»|ttlV Dodge's advanced 73 i 20 •• momentary .. 88 B* 1 pbv>ii>lofcty jegl. human pbysiul. iifv ■ 70 i Ifl Oral li-Mwin ho<>l<... Wtl I The Kins and hlB wotalnrful uasile go x> | II .■ .i . Hani''- primary I*l Hfl ■ i)inii) advanced. l» l i" \. ; ' II AKrteulture for bealnners . Mi t*. Arithmetic Smith'-. Primary ... SI SR Intermediate ft in Advanced it Ift I Brooks' Now mental 11 ra miliar Btopsln Kbtfltsh. bo.'t( I -I Ifl •I 30 liil Kuadu - UaMi Text Mew iSduosllon Bn..k i . .ci B5 Oraded lite...

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. — 8 June 1905

MADE A MISTAKE. Some people an- inipul. sive, and act without thidking-—then they re. gret a hast y net i< »n, There is no regret follows a deal with us you th uf t have t> > kicK \\ hen you come here; it something should seem unsatisfac tory, say tye word and we'll make it right. Boss Bakery & Grocery. K< »EPKK & Si ion >V- Deafness Cannot Be Cured U v CCI •: ■: • f Ul' i. - .... taki • ' nine "' ' attained the wucuiius surfaces. We will One Hundred Hollars fur any - got be cured by Hall's Catarrh I'ure Send for circulars, tree. I' .1 CHKNY 4. CO 'i ■ gold by Iru '» sts, TV. Hull's h'limiU Pills are i!... heitl Cuban Otorrhea. I. S. ftoldiers who served In Cuba puring tbe Spanish war know whal this disease is and that ordinary rente dies have little more effect than so much water. Cuban diarrhoea is n.l :«i<a- danderous as a mild attnek ol cholera. There is one remedy, bow ever, that can always be ih penile lon as will lie seen by the follow ing eertifi ca...

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. — 8 June 1905

4 Ellcnshuvq ilaiun. Br.u red Soi Ml m . . .' - - ' poM*. ratea Otn< % mi *• v T«sw I'lh M>. ' ROBERT A. ToRNtR EDITOR. - tM *r*. it Nertt* : Population of County, 12.234 Population of Cit>. 4.000 Business men and Firms in Etlensburg. 100 County Official Paper. Ci t y Official Pa pc r. Hy AdopuJ Cretd r. pone:«'» « ! - • ■ ' si.- • • t*fs We would } .!«■■ . • :. I Ik i*set« let us give tl,' . ■«- • - ■ • s| ' lower* ■ -• ' fragrance backwai ; over the 11 ■ irj way. Iwi pine coffin wltho .t a B«>wer, a f ral without an eulogy than a life * t. ' the love and £• < i will "f thitgrand. p orious and dear <•■ l wot. :. ing to all. beca i*e it > irood :•' b< k.i d, to love, ami to be lo\>d, not from tbe feope of rewatd, nor tbe fear of punish ment, for love I* the helmsman of tbe ti iman craft, the balance -i" ln« ol tlie world, and the power behird tbe throne. • • • ■ A Wolifl Studio. O. W. Pautzkt's new gallery on Pearl street is one ol the finest ami best arra...

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. — 8 June 1905

jy) I' 1' IMIKM'S, VETERINARY SITIJtIKON ANH in IRSK l H :\ I'ISTIIY. Saturday's and Sunday'- spent In tmvn win, oltlee at t'otlUKi' House. BLtiENSIICHU, WASH j j .1 |''KtA'H, M I), PHYSICIAN ANH ST IK I EON QSlce in Uamiuiy Residence phonr I Ilk a»t rttorh. i mico phone n,i, | c Mi iA I 1. 1. \. M l> PHYSICIAN ANIi HCRIIKON Ofllce in Bunisns Hlook. EuIiBNSIH'KII WASH C FKOST, - MCKNSBD ( ITS' UII.I. POSTKH All work In my lino, bill iMmttnu ah<l itislrlbui Ihk entrusted to me will bo promptly utteudeti to iitiii rami for BLLENTHI'RU, WASH t c WALTERS —EXCELSIOR STEAM IIVE WORKS Cor Pltth .\ Main si All kinds of dylna. rleanliiK ami repairing neal |y done by most modern uictliisls and moistae Uon Guaranteed. Ladle* Karniciits itspcciu • .1 i WALTERS s Proprietu i g I) IIOIHiE ATTORNEY AT LAW —Room l* Olympiu Itluck BLLENSHUKi I W \--ll ' \ UAULT CO., REAL ESTATE .v IE NTS Will take pleasure In sivlna Information t«> all who ib-sire it reitartltnt) Kittitas county. BLLENSBURU...

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. — 8 June 1905

6 WEBTERJS COAL & LROJN < X). CHARLES BRKTTEL, Six v. & Tkbas. coal An Enterprise ol Grreal Magnitude. We Invite You to Join us and Partici pate in 1 his I Fndertaking. The Western Coal and Iron company ol Port land, Ore., with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired tour full sections ol coal laud, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river, B. C about 160 miles northeast ol \ an couver, B. C, and about 50 miles south from the C. P. R. main line at Spence's bridge and So miles 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 blacksmithiug 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 offer you an opportunity to make $100 on every 20 cents ...

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. — 8 June 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt Successor to R. R. Wilson. STAPLE & FfIJMCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MIakARS ROASTED COFFEE. L '"" BlocK. Pho „„ R> . d THE LOCAL LVLNTS .lames s. Dixon is taking the school census this week. Agnes Reis is confined to her room wit h chicken pox. Key, A. A. Klmore of Thorp, was in the city Monday. John M. Newman of Thorp, was in the cit v Saturday. i .1. F. LeClerc of Fast Kittitas was in , tlie city Tuesday. \v. F. Patterson of Hlewett, Is in the city again this week. Itoslyn voted a school bond issue of , $20,000.00 Saturday. Austin Mires went to I'leKlutn en otticial business luesday Henry Kleluberg went over to Se at !e yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1„ Mill, of Thorn, ! 1 were in tne city .Saturday. M. D. Cooke of Fast Kittitas came to , town Tuesday on business. The county commissioners convened in regular session Moudav. Mrs. J, VV. Harnett spent Thursday i in 1 leKlutu visiting With friends. Mrs. and Mrs. John Hull of South • Kittitas, were i...

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. — 8 June 1905

8 A Texas Cyclone Has struck the ELLENSBURG TRADING COMPANY'S STORE and Knocked prices down to a point where Consumer can live as well as tlie Merchant. You can buy Gro ceries cheaper from us than from any concern out of town; see prices. Keep your money at home and patronize the farmer's store. We have made a slaughter in the price of all Groceries. Butter Eis Price ii TAB at Prises. How Do You Like It? THE EIIRNBBURG Dawn. Pels Naptha Soap, 2 bars 15c, box, 65c Silk Soap .jc bar; box 7^ c 50c broom 45c (others in proportion) Bacon, per p< niiul, '5 C Maccarotii per pound ' oc Cheese, full cream iHc Best Brand Tomatoes 15 C other brands in pr< (portion. Best brands Corn l6c other brands it proportion. (iold I >ttst Soda Crackers. 3 pounds 20c Bulk Crackers, per pound 8c Best Spider Leal Tea 50c English Breakfast Tea [OC ('eylon Tea ; c Reliance Catsup 2' ie Diamond ''C" Soap, 20 bars -;e Reliance Oysters 12 oz ;oe \ eal Loaf 1 2c Chicken Loaf iSc Starch, per package 8c Sod...

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. — 8 June 1905

Additional Local Kllensburg will celebrate the Fourth l. It. I lovey visitod in Seal.lo this week. Dr. r<ynch of Vakima, spool Sunday in ihis city. Mrs. M !'• Kay of ClolClum was acity visitor Monday. Phil Dltter and wife nf Vakim i spent Friday in our city, Kalpb KautTman i-> having his resi dence remodeled. John Satterwhite returuod from I tnf alo, N. V., Mon,lav. VV. K. Miller i>f Seattle, spent Wed nesdny in i bis city. » 11 Ilridgham "f I'lcKluiu, is now constable for I bat precinct. Dr. K. i'• Huda of Itoslyn, has been appointed assistant health officer. Th" govenmenl will open Lids in Seattle Saturday for l">00 tons ol tiay. J, i. Hubbell starts Naturdtu for a month's visit al his ohl homo in New York. s. C. Boedcher was reappointed water commissioner by thu county boar. I. 1:. F. Ileld il'strid superintendent of ihe Western I'niou, was in the city Sat v relay. 'The ball game Sunday resulted lv a score of ~> for Vakimr and 10 for Kllensburg. John Hoffman lias m...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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