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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 July 1905

8 R. B. WSLSOM Sc CO. Remnant Sale. Since llie Summer Selling began. Thousands of Rejjinants have accumulated. We place these on sale at one-third to one half the regular price. In our Men's department even 'thing is reduced. You can save from SUM) to $5.00 on a Suit, or 50 cents to 75 cents on Golf Shirts, and 50 cents to $1,00 on Hats. Watch this space next week. Tun Ellknshurg I'awn

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. — 6 July 1905

pB, T r IMIIXPS, VBTBBINAin si'R.tK.iN Mi IKMK DENTISTRY. BaturdM « mul Sunday's spent In town with *■ oltli'e .it t'llltlW Housr. •jj .1 I I I.' H M I. .pin sll l \N AND rU'RUKON oßeeln Rainsaj Residence phiine nik ttn iiT>» n 1 wire |.h...i. itiit » C, u«<'AI ; I.KY. M l> V, piJVSII'IAN AM' SUMS K.I IN Sg&'saj 111-oli l-.I.LBNSIIt'RU « VSI! <V C. Kll' 1 LICENSED I'ITY PI 1.1. Ii iv II I; AH work vi I"'. 1,1 I I"'" 1 »••• I 1 " 1' «li trll.iii Inn -!••• 1,11111,1 i-ared l" : EIXKXTW Kli. WASH T C. <* AI- I • IIS ' 1. _BXI'KI.SIOH STKAM DYE WORKS . ■ tion Uuuri.i fed. l.iiiii<'Mfiiriii.'iilN v -in-chill .1. i WAI.TI IIS E. I! Olympia i BtLESSM' ;u • • »as R V . I 1 • BLLKSSIII'I!' ■ - WASH .1 Wi • : 105 1 I . D Mlii" Patau : if — ■ I- Livery. I' M. PHYSP'I \N AND SCR' IKi IN Special Atti'iitlon (liven io Female l» •• >•• OUoe: KleinlH ri! Illnek. |( P 1! BtLENSBt'KW. - • WASH Q C BOEDCHER, REAL ESTATE AND NOTARY PCBI.IC prenptAttprtlon i liven correspondence...

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. — 6 July 1905

I 0 Feminine Snapshots M Do Mothers Train Their Children to Be Savages? A biu-hi'lor o( i»! siTvat'.uu U itut'..oi It)' I'ul' thf atatt'iiu'iil iii i ii 1 iiiiuv lugti ball liv i..<•':■< ;- in .•iviii.iuik'ii |»rlug «I» tlieii' I'liinlri'ii [irjuwly. Ikh'.i a iiihll.it sl.ip, cuti vi' ji ... tin.' liii U*i lillli' Unlit. uoiaUii' i i*ti' I'illvV Uii'l slit' Use IlllU.iiW' i.. 11..11 . ,i- I i I.hi.i.' JliH'S sill' 111. .... Ilt'l' I'l I f • I • Ull'Hl ■ lines .--lii' Kc.uv I. vi.i i.ii ' ii.< by U'lbuii tiltnii Uiu !• iliivi . ii "i' tilt* bitf, bun 1.1.in \. i.l i-oiiii' .mi •■• rry Uu :.i li tiii*y ii.> ii.a obey ln'i'*i I»•«•-. shu ifver tell them :i l.i'V Hoes: siiu uliou their Bo col litth 1 h.idles i" become I'.ntitly'i 'fUi'll lltul WOlllilll is uot in l>i him I'iiildrcii, im luatti'i' who * ii' wit .1 *! X ♦declares im' Inii'lu'! I. iya learn rude tii'ss nml violence from their own moui vrs. How can they Im other iii hi io brcili destructive j mug savage t Uii...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 July 1905

THL NtWLSr WAISTS. All I liai In > <<\ el i iiiii-c mln it Tli I ii| m . portnnl mid Im, . i ~v Nulil r) .< We scarcely know "where wo urn' at" in iii>' wny of Hi.- st) ii s, for in lotur places we llilli'i'i-tuirv suits of tho most glaring colors, richest of materials ami daring of shape* ilnr lug. for in those stilts we niny imi.i :i leg o' mutton nlwvo ami n rii-at em ptr«' waist, with still enough of tho illrt'i-tolrc form to in- v saving grace. ,\ iliiuni'c docs not hj right bel n, that, hut we may I'm.l imt one, hill two nr three ami several other raprlees which seem to the Ir moelasl of a gri'ssinnkcr sn pretty thai slii< a.iiis them, anil the whole I- milled diroc tolre. Tl lit, however, is always In pvldelice ami has something nbout II rcniinlsceiit of dlreotolre days, ami s.i lons :| s (he women are sntiKtleil it i; all right. Then, Just as we hcgln t.i u-.-i It Into our headu that the style „„.„ tlolicil libove I- t i he Ihe vogue, t.i th,. . excliiHion ...

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. — 6 July 1905

I 2 WESTER N COAL & I.RON ( J<). CHARLES BRETTEL, Skcy. & Trkas. coal Aii Enterprise oI (-if real Magnitude. We 111 vit < 4 V< >i 1 to #loin us 51 ii<J I artiei pate in this f 11 <1 < fc rl uU in jr. The Western Coal and Iron company "I Port land, Ore., with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired Four full sections ol coal land, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, 011 Cold Water river, 15. C, about 160 miles northeast ol \ an couver, B. C, and about 50 'idles south From the C. I. R. main line at Spence's bridge aud So miles north from the boundary line. These 2560 acre-, me estt niated to contain 200,000,000 t> ol 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 blacksmithing 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 of...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

A DAWN OP mi l«i I ITER HOPES \ MtiHTIIOPsE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY V..1.. \::. COMMITTEE MAKE REPORT Outline ol Work in the Yakima lla»iit Ip to April 22d- Now Hccommendati tn liovfrnnufiu flnitlrteers' Viewi .in n\pr.".»> - i' to I H. N. vx'il. Ohiel ol Reclamation, 1 ' ■ ' i In I'oclain:!'um - " lllij . . . ■ .hen "Th>! 1 river its ti - - Ij'l'l 1 c l.it'.'i' pari i rtil • »i a-" I ■ - ■ mv, thill n „ fart hi ■ ■ ■ ' - tciisihli Without storage of water on tho headwaters of the Streams, Favorable site* for sue . storage exist, and the\ appear to lio cniuih eof economical dcvi lopraent. . - ' i;i >. i k.i ■■i "With the develo; i . "! such storage there are three proj sin the "i akima basin w inch may be feasible: "1. The Kittitas project, which involves the di version of Yakima river above the mouth of CieEl* urn river for use on Im'n sides "f Yikiiiiii river above and below Ellensburg. Water for this project may be stored lo Laao Kadi ess and Keechelus, This project in.'...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

2 CHICAGO M A N Representing one of the large < loth ing factories in fact one of the proprie tors came in the store and after looking over the valises bought one, say in*.: "Mr. Collins, I can'! equal those goods In Chicago at anywhere near the price, and it's the biggest and best lot I have seen outside of the largest cities on my trip." This is only a little incident but it serves to prove an assertic n we made some time ago namely -that the as sortment is the biggest and best and moreover priced lower than yen will find the came c.ua'ity of gocds priced else where. SAY MISSOURI, We can "show you." C.L.COLL9NS on third:street near pearl. Good Clothes for ■Van and Eoy. THK EU.KNSHIiKC I'AWW Your Moneys Worth or Y< t r Money Back COMMITTEE MAKE REPORT i i i\'ii M in H'KO.VI I'MIM l»N K. •I. vVi- r mmcnd Unit lli«< prnpos ,,i I'linlriii'i i» 'w( i-M I' rltfttlora nl ,1,,. Vnl Imu Imsin ami ilii' Kcoietary nf ,|„. |„TiM Inr iittiielied hereto, limiting ihe existing wilier ri...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

Advertised Letters The following uncalled for letters re main dead In ' Ii" |Histolllee: John Hradfort, A .1 liryuu, Kilwanl SKon. liilbniM i; Iwin, Mrs. \ uuu , Jones. I'i.ink Kolley, liaille Nicholas, ,1 c I'atfc, Varolii I'eioi son, il I'etor asn, Mr*. Helle ( ' Heed. .1 I'rank |{ t ,,d, Henry Kiley, Aloe m Steon, 1 'boater Walker. ; I. M I ntr.i\ td l'.ir>>".. One <lai' ; * brow n nuir .11 h mils u\<u it years olil. brand Ji' >mi in , nil en left ■hotililer, lltrtil buy |.", humU high. «< ». t.» ! - '' Ltr.ui livl on In ■boulder, s'aro in I'm i '.. ,i,,,,| ~,, all around » him i hey it'll. I! »ard ol *in fur ilt>livm y in I 'a! ... r's \\\ ,. r ■table. Kittitas Write-up Heady ' 1 -I .; . , ■ , at very neat and tastily a'.'raHired otTair, ! ' ■ disi best. The cover liesicn was d"1 a 1 and s < iii l lies' 1 ~ ■ . - iera 1 XII La 1'.."-'t Pasture the -tr.vtt It s, • - ■ lit this city that are not a.v.ire nf the fact tii.it wi '■ stri » nt it as t i. ; . - - ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

EUensburii Jlaiuu. Bn urpd Nov Mb I MM, ul thr PoHtofllce, KHpiih burn, WivNhliiKUin. Un rntltliMl to mwontl chum pi ■ -tal rulrs. Okh.'K: lOn Kiihl Fourth Strool. Allmii> Block Tk .ih I'Kil V*AB, ii- ii : ♦l.m ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. A'! I'liani'i's of iMlvortlsv'inilitH for current wi' i iniisi lir hlllliliil mil .11 i lliiin'l ui'siliiy. to .in OthrrwlMi'. lli>' i*ii uiifi* mil not appear, Wi- are forced in ailnpl 'Ins i nil' as a inn' icr "I too rn-sm. CorriKponilonlN will pli' try tttiil Ki'l their nttvis iUHiiN in In us us i';irlv in iln* «••••'> us ■Ossilill: Milt lulnl* tlli»ll 'I'lli's lin lllttTlllHlll, uu fi-s I'llilntt of H|H'ciitl i '!• ■ i •»!«••- initio's ii nr. rssnry in Ih'lil s.unr urn II \\ i .Imsilnv nml n h Special NulUc Urn :.n. r nil n «ilullnliK of rim duli'iice, eurilN "' llnuiUs. nitilers nl enlertiiiii nn' .i- elniriilni! im ml" Iwlon ree, iiml mlier si in. inr mil hts will lir elm well rewilur uilverli* Ine rules when pulilh>heil i. Tim HAWS ...

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. — 13 July 1905

Chas. 11. Flummerfelt Successor to R. R. Wilson. STAPLE b FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. CH ' Phone R« !d -j 4 , THE LOCAL LVENTS Frank t'larf made a visit toCleKlum Tuesday < >lsen tiros., ot Liberty, ware in the citj Monday, Prof. \V. I>. I Iruton ni Thorp, was in tho city Monday. Walter J. sa\i>y of lloslyn, waa In the citj Monday. Mi—. Nan tircenhow is visiting in (») mpla i lus week. The land IN/ny show was very well patronized, .1. K. Frost madh a visit to North Vakima Friday afternoon, The clreerful song ol the mower can be heard on ever) side this week. Mrs John 11. Aldrich left for a short visit in Olympia Tuesday afternoon. Hr Felch is m Portland this week it tend ing a meeting nf the physicians. [)r. Otto Kluy left Saturday after- Boon for Portland to see the exposition. J. (', llubbell returued from a visit to iii- old home in .Ni » York Mam IViday. , Ite - ', .1. K. Murphe} occupied the pu ;. •at the M. 1., church Sunday »i >>:...

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. — 13 July 1905

6 We have altogether too main of them and as we must make roam for other goods without delay, we have driven the "knife to the hilf in prices and listed our entire line of We have an elegant assortment from which to choose, but at the prices we name, they will sell quickly, so call and make your selection before the assortment is broken. Big Store Company Household Furnishers from Cellar to Garret Nasli Block. This week we want to tell you about our COB STOVES II MIES AT ABSOLUTE COST. Refrigerators at Cost Special Prices on Furniture* this Week. Undertaking a Specialty. Thh Ei.lkssburo I>awn to close out our line. ' C r:T> (i. R. Bradshaw, Manager

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. — 13 July 1905

Additional Local Mrs. J. I). Uauks is in Portland this wi'i'U. 11. W. Hodman spent Tuesday in V alii ma. 11. J. Snlvelyol North Vakima is io tin- city in day. <■.•<■. Boomer ol IVoaser, ipem B un . day in ibis week. Tli.. little sou of M r . a ,„| Mls E(] Crane is ijuite HI. This Kittitas week al Lewis and (!lark exposil ion, Mis. It. iv Kdgington is very much |udis|x)scd i li is week. a. s. Itundall spcm Monday after noon and evening in Itoslyu. .1. 11. McKwen shipped a carload ..f horses in the Sound Tuesday. Horn Tuesday, July llm to Mr. ai .1. Mrs. I i,m I .ooney. a daughter. Horn Wednesday, July |j:h, to Mr. and Mra. I. M. Taylor, a son. Mrs. 11. 1.. Stowell left yesterday fur Moclips, .m (iray II irhor. Joseph I'reecc is building a large hay barn mi his ranch tn I • nniark. Mi-> I atlin ol New York, i« a guest of her aunt, Mr-. J. t\ II idibell. Mrs. Herbert i mseudden and kiq ai" \ i-ii in Spokane : bis week. T. I . Shull is now nitfbi watch at tbe jnill o( tho Pllen...

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. — 13 July 1905

8 Yon Won't Be Glove Satisfied 'til yours are Amstkhdam l>"i ui.k Tll'l'KD Mil.X Ul.n\ ks- the glove with B name mid n futne, There's doulilu strength where the wear la doubly strong. The lingers ilouhle tipped, This malic* 'em douhle value. They ii' tim hand snugly: are elustlc enough to give freely to every bend ami stretch aud retain their shapeli ness through long service. Tbe cost of Amsterdam Silk Gloves is sotritliuu compared with their value that both style and economy demand their pref erence. Another reason for this sale—During this sale it will be your privilege to buy at about one-half the Regular Price. Just one-third comes off all our Shirt Waist Suits, and all other goods will be correspondingly reduced except spool cotton in the Dry Goods store and (lorden hats in the Men's store. Our contract with the makers does not allow us to cut these articles. You can get a Twenty-live dollar Suit for 820. Eighteen and Twenty dollar suits at SK\ and so on through the line. W...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

Pr I'llKM'S, VBTEIUNAHY SUUIiKON AN |i IUIU.SK 11| NTIMTUY Haturdn.i b and Kumla). - spem i„ ,„„„ „„,, uOivv Ml t'litlaio' lloiisr. BW.KN«MfKii, wash jI., I I -l.ru. M |i. IMIYKK'IAN \\n -»i Hi IKON Offlci ni Hainan) Itcsidi nn phiiiiii urn |l|tM*K. I lltll I' llllliui' I tl U |I.| I i Mi IWI'I.BY, M 11 tl . PHYSICIAN A\ 11 St'ldiKoN OtlH'i' 11 Knnmuv lilm'k 1'.1.t.1:\-nr i;,; \\.\si| r> * — I • \ ■ • - KM.IN i I" U< • W \MI j , isw.tkus i - lv i B. ■ full I' • I v. ; ; I ) y\. I'll ,-I I\ N KSU St'lli iKi IS •it Veil fjitli'i'. X I'.U.KN'MI' !:•. - - WASH Si' IIOEDCHEK. HKAI. KSTATE AND SOTAKY Pt'HMC nreinptAtteetlon Given ,„ . correspondence. Ellensbura - , w a-h J£ H XI KAN I) CONTUAC.T. »H AMI HI'ILUBK Estimates Furnished Free, Ellenstiura, Wash , M"~ N ' ,:mh>~N' ' | Afent for Chan A. Steven* .v Bros Ladle* Baits. Cloak* Fur*, Waists tind Skirts, i I solicit a share of the hmdnes* In my line and guarantee satlsfacl lon. Sixth street, ■ Ellen*t>urif Wush Q ii FBEKNBK...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

11 > ! SPRING HOUSE C LLANi.s' i i Motrin and ii llfßiilnr I'mKriininn Mil k.- II I ..- ;••!'. To luff in, lake une im >:.t .'t n ti , • mcl i : ■ ' • ■ l.:,ive fi'niii " llml i • movable bi'ii I n lifiie, ni. i • ■ . ( hall's nml liilik'. Sii fur tin |i ws'.lile , l. \e over ■ ii i I '" unit Hiring, even I » Ihe lied inutirossc> | |.iV | ,i* el nil I ■ : ■ i hi• 11 i y y' i ,' il llielcn'.l .. it a:l , . ■ I I ' h it'll lilt.. Mi ■ I . , ■ hi t'n' ml nml 'i j.!ni runnl al : i , ;■ ■ • . 1 - I .:, . I , • , • ' l:er ' Ml ... . ' , ; 111 Il i v iirt>!i'.< it. "i 'lii- clothing heritor i< mi Inv tllltl'il kri.--.il '■ ■ 1 It " 'hi ill an;. ■'•.<< !."■ ' fling ■ ► : t . '' ' • I : • . - ; ' in-, I'mihli'il u\ it I uu ..Mil or r I'.inil : i •■• at ml. Tin' limp is er.wsi 1 wltli Interwoven slats of Imiritm i. tlie wli •' instill t'us n llsflit, rlcxtlilo lliipletuent tied when n;i . |; „| , , ..... i,, ; ; make t the dn*i Hy otil in ••! uul House C'caninj Pro-rai...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 July 1905

of my professitaV MO M^ S f* g V°^ a 'r 1 , '* lll ' immediately opened an office for the practice ( 'i; sl ., V tnends will l>e gratified to learn just what lias been accomplished along the line of cur '»*g uiscases \\ itil this drticrlpeo i 1 IMl Kii,.l v m, in i , ,v> h cience-the aoth century boon to the afflicted—Osteopathy. I desire to thus pui'iK i) 111.1 11 k all ilii.- I) iw 11 ri»flfl ill rr i ■ j ■■ . ' icauers who nave encouraged by their words of commendation and expressions in my integrity and their abiding faith in the principles upon which this mighty science is founded. p f ls '? iUl " ge of P r °g res s! When such men as Ex-Oov. Alt-eld, of Illinois; Pingree, of Michigan; ''.' a " d " ur ow « beloved Rogers have heartily endorsed (>steopathy; when that prince of south llU " llU ' rs ' ( 'P le Read, who, five years ago with prophetic vision wrote: "When in the future an estimative intelligence sums up the great discoveries ol ihe toth century, I believe tha...

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. — 13 July 1905

I 2 WESTER N COM -> *v lU< >N ( '< >• CHARLES BRETTEL, Skcy. oc Tkkas. Aii Enterprise? ol Orenl Magnitude. We Invite Yon to •Join us and j >;i I<> in this I ; nderl nkin«r. The Western Coal and Iron company ol Port land, Ore , with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four full sections ol coal laud, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river. I!. C, about 160 miles northeast ol Van couver, B. C, and about 50 miles south from the C. I*. 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 ol high-grade, bi tuminous coal the quality ol which has been pro nounced by the best coal experts to be superior to any coal known west ol the Mississippi river, and is unexcelled for steam blackstuithing and domestic use, and equal to the famous Crow's Nest for smelt ers coke. Goocl and Safe as Wheat in the Barn VVe now offer you an opportunity to make $...

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. — 20 July 1905

A DAWN (>F UUUtHTEU H( H'l's \i i, n-r,. ,- w» A LIGHTHOUSE POIi THE NATION'S SAFETY- Vol. XII. RAISING BROODER CHICKS. Crrnt < nrr N nr. In (b<* Mattel i»f Irt'llllo;. The tlrst fed f,,r n„. Uttle chicks should lie tine grit and a very little millet seed and whole wheat, snv* It. I>. Bando in the Feather, (ilve yon* little chicks jm-t enough f I when y,,i> five them their Brut meal so they will get a good tuste of It. nnd ilo not feci them over twice the first duj you start feeding them. On the second daj f ) thctii three limes; after that Until they •re nl...ut f•■ ir weeks i.M r | (hem v very little f mr times each day. and be tare all the f ....| i> well cleaned Up be fore each men!, if you feed them often.-r than this yotl may overfeed them, mi.l (but is Ju.-t what you want to avoid. K.-ep the 'hicks hungry j enough so that they vlll enjoy their next ucal. aiel see that they run after you at feeding tin,.. Instead ..f you! running after tin-::;. [letter let th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 July 1905

2 A CHICAGO MAN Representing one of the large cloth ing factories in fact one of the proprie tors came In the store and after looking over the valises bought one. say ii i_': "Mr. Collins. I can't equal those goods in Chicago at anywhere near the price, and it's the biggest and best lot I have seen outside of the largest cities on my trip." This is only a little incident but it serves to prove an assertion we made some time ago namely that the as sortment is the biggest and best and moreover priced lower than you will find the same quality of goods priced else where. Valises 70c - SM.OO Suit Cases $1.75 - 15.50 SAY MISSOURI, We can "show you." C.L.COLLBNS on third:street NEAR PEARL. Good Clothes for Man and Boy. THK EIIRNSHURG Dawn. Your Moneys Worth or Your Money Back COMMISSIONERS ALLOW BILLS At the luly S«.lon Little ELe Except the ! Allowing -I Bills Came up for Ihe Con j intention <>i the County Board. i The board »l count) commissioners ,i„ regular —inn Monday Jul) M, j ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 July 1905

IPECIAL OFFER To dawn READERS. The Irrigation Age ol I 'hicago, hnhe pioneer publication of its ( .| HMN lt , ~l p world and haa been published for twenty-one yearn in ii,j s Interest. |, is n monthly illustrated maga/.ine of from thirty-five to forty pages and is reeogiii/.ed thruughoui the world as the exponent of irrigation and its kindred Interests is advocate* as well t| ie Mineral development and the industrial growth ol the west. I'hls magazine will be furnished to the subscribers ol THE I>avvn at reduced rates. The regular subscription price ol the Irri gation age is ?! i><>. The regular su \,. script ion price of Tin Dawn is ll.no, The two will be luruishvd, it ordered together, for 11. AO. In case any of our readers care to se cure the I'rlmer ol Irrigation by I), U, Anderson, a ,'tiHi page linely illustrated I doth bouud book treating on irrb'a- ' tion, we can quote a ipecial combina- ' tion price. This book ie especially val- I usiile to irrigation fanners *-...

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