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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 August 1905

6 j ft Pattern Tor Child's Bloomers Iv Martha Dean No. 1 20 We are hccuhl -.1 lo i.n:.- Imva \'. . il. 1 • 1 i ■ I I "f i lit il.' rii l I. iii 11" v 11:.- Illll" iii iii miiHl not only ii In ' ■ • IS I lis his lilll 11 rlui I lilhj I \ • |. ti. It'll yours i.f .!•;•' hnvp mliipti'il this in • i nriic'i 11. -.il iturmml Thi'j Inttt- tin |ilnr.' nf | . i■;i li i■ Iy ;l \ ; .'I ;..,.' ' I '' mii ti tin 1 111' 1 ill ' n i.t i In thi« in...1. I Hliowii hi'ii' ill' li " nu i'm iif' in I • i i - ■ I. i ■ ir" 11 iii , ■ ii ' ii.il i : ' I ' lull i: I Dill CCTIONS 11 ORDI RING S ■ ' .' ii.mill, r • ■ ■ : I P i\ i ry , 4 jx'ivnigi >' ; Th<> li 'i day* nnd nights nf August nnd curly September art* ihn urn I I ry ng in thu nvorngo buttermuker, writes v lienrgln dairy woman Iv Kami I'rog ro s. Ofteu nft»*r churning a I >ng lime the butter be >-ii!'i uml while nnd tlie butteriunker 'li untied. This is especially il nse |f she dues i. ii have very much erenin anil saves it several ...

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. — 3 August 1905

Additional Local \ i sttil Slivder ol North \i : 11 a 1.1 ill a, is In the city today. Tin -i ii mt UT.luin. •'• \ is.l Cl| itl i !»• I 11111 l 1 111 s>luy. Hi": cis tl II w 1 I. ■ ■' ' ■ I'll ut c 1 U} ' nl , is a Lllc-I nl ucr MM. I 1. .1. I' I 111.- ,1 I ' ' ' ' M their *•i , . i Tin- ii i-' storm Tuesday evening lasted hut it f< vi minutes bin it lifted lot * of il i-t ut. > t rash. [ir, Mcl iiuley, nf Oregon, is again v ■ .on. Mr. .1. t tan. lo spend tin- summer. The ball gain" yesterday betwen Kl-j |en*hurt nod Vakiuia, resulted in a seen ot .1 t•> *iv favor ol Vakinni. . Hansen 1. ft a few c'n ago fur Kur.ip.', » here she v ,!! sp t , n d a ■eason visiting with her relatives. Mt-. 1 larance Poland has been eon aidernblv iiiiiisposed this week,.but is at) c tv lie :i:i aid nr.' ltd the iioa.se to i IV. Tin' ' li IS to the . has set ii Tic hoys -eein i • > have a desire to hook trout, :_• i.t ii.ostpiitos ami scratch Cbigg'T* 'li." reading room I* re|s>rt'»d b...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 August 1905

8 You Won't Be Glove Satisfied 'til yours are Amhtkkdam Douih.k Tii'i'KD Silk Gi.ovkm- the glove with a uattte ami a faun;. There's double strength where the wear is doubly stnmg. The lingers double tipped. This makes 'em double v alue. They fit the hand snugly: are elastic enough to give freely to every bend and stretch and retain their shapeli ness through lung service. The coal of Amsterdam Silk Gloves is so trilling 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 Gorden hats in the Men's store. Our contract with the makers does not allow us to cut these articles. You can get a Twenty-five dollar Suit for 820. Eighteen and Twenty dollar suits at and soon through the line. We carry high ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 August 1905

•j y; i l' I'HKI.I'N V KTKKI NA HY si I|«i| ai\ AMI IIOHSK HKNTIMTHV Si '■' VN .;m:'..7"; 1 ;:;,;, rx:j:; • Ei.i.i-.ssmmu. WASH I I JI I I.i II \| |i IMIYSU'I \\ \sn KijKON Offlee 111 Kainsaj Keshl, ,„ .. ~| m | | *i'"'H. ' mii ii' u< nu, „., | | i Mi V.Vt'I.KY, M I) I'm KU'I \\ .Wll s| |<(i| ~\ i i-i \v.\sii I.II'KNSKI, I'ITV Hit.l, I'DSTKH Xl I.KS I HI UI . WASH 1 f WAI.'I KUS 1 1 : ,Vni:i< - B. ■ i ■ .1 •iSIS ■ ■ A Mil I) ■ M ash Sjwcni ' Hiwiim - ■ X EtXENSHriM, • • BASH P o i- IIOKIM'HER. REAL ESTATE ANIJ NOTARY PL'BMC. J proroptAU*'* • ion fitvrn ... . , [•orre-pondenw. Bllennbunf, Ww»n ■ a g - At "RAN II t i CONTHAtTOH AND B-t'II.DEH Entlmute- Purnl-itnil Pn*. Ellem>bar», Wans a -.1.11 IE IH iI'S IN BultH. (.'link- Kum, WaUu iinil ShlrW. | I Mitlcit .1 si. ire i lawine** in my line and . Kiiitraiiteii »at|Hfiirtl"D. Sixth s-p-i • • KIIPOKbUW. Wash | /v ii I :.I.K N ER I.A VVYKtt Room* a untl l M.1...-.-: Hi - - >VASH / < /A. MARTIN I" 1 ( .VI K< H'ATHIi I...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 August 1905

111 Costs but $1 a Year You 5 d Better Iry It For a Year. Will the Bailee Degrade Women? By EDWARD LAUTtWBACH, Eminem N.-ss York Lawyer OKI K< "IK ).\ is often nui'le that tin- u-e of thu ballot wiii tlc grailo woman it to I ;i.:.t our rhivulrii* instincts will not por tuil ht'i't" sUlfer herself lo be lowered from her high estate V"I'• 11 — chivalry thai i jjiil.it- i:.-elf in soltfshlv enliiitt for those directly comieetoil it. interest with us ami refusing t.i turn cur to the thoitsauds WIIOSK NEEDS SIMM'I.D ALLY UK HAND OTU ATTENTION! Degraded by the use ..f the ballot! TUo mere assertion is an insult u> tho whole Atticricuu republican system of government. Is this degradation to vv 'tia :i !•> come a'">nt boonusc of their as Boeiutioii with MEN in political life? Hurclv wo tire not willin" tv Buy prenioditatcdly of ourselves tltnt our ehartiotcri ti'-- an- such thai the women of our families caittioi pi openly in the li■_• lir ~(' .lav to nn\ tiullot box a- American...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 August 1905

COUGHS AND COLDS. 1i.... The, *,„, „.. „,.„,. 01. It. in, ,i |, „ ', re« drop* of -i,on ~r 1 I"!us n| etunphor lai.eo iit eugur . \ er\ n,,., . i tour Uiiuvs « ..i u.-iinilh ehi .I, ~,,! , a o|il, HIIVH Ihe ''i •< a • 1 I'll Ml fie, , I, I lie , nil.,, I, urn,, ' ' P iifnl v, ; i ■ 1 [.fill o| I I . I' - li'l \ tie hi Julee ml, lei I t • tl„. water is I ■ pressing ii,,. 1 'illtf so ' H ess II thai . s ... tltg do,* nol Hike [ilaee v hen Ihe lifih berve is ptirnlj oil, even though the eons., nf smell .s pelallied. S.|i (•••/" a Inrgo. eletiti handkerchief out of «titer in 1 plai c iii ii «ad ou the pillow nf the ptitienl an Inch ~r two ft hie none, s,, n, |„. ~.,„ |„|, a | e ,|„. ttioistlire. He will usiiallj cease cough hR ; " liftet'tl tltes WIiH,. H,|s ~.,..„. Itietit nutj ii .t . tire a rough, it wjjl in ■lire a good night's res; in many a sick Child ami tire I mother 'I nil ' ; Ilia ||„, ... .. I ■ Il g ill .11,1! I I I!" i fill ah nil « ■ : ! .! . ...... eh. ngea In it nnles...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 August 1905

12 WESTERN COAImV [HON (JO. CHARLES BRKTTEL, Sk» v. & Trkas. C 03.1 Aii Kliitei'prise ol ( ir< k n 1 M m ixu il udo. \W I rivit o to 11oi11 us jllid I y t\ vi i<• i prttc 1 in 111 is I ik 1 ( m-1 si k i 11il'- The Western Coal and [ron company ol Port land, Ore., with its principal orifice in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four lull sections ol coal land, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river,'B. C, about 160 miles northeast ol Van couver, B, C, and about 51 > miles south from the C. P, R. main line at Spence's bridge and So miles mirth from the boundary line. Ihese 2560 acres are esti mated to contain 200,000,000 tons high-grade, bi tuminous coal the quality <>t 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 blacksmithing and domestic use, and equal u> the famous Crow's Nest for smelt ers coke, Good and Sate as Wheat in the Barn We now otii...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

Read The Damn $1.00 Per Year. h DAWN OF HlvltillTi:i: llii,'lis \ NUiHTIIOL'si.' i.'< t? t " — ?—,— — , ■ , ' 1 IIX NATION'S SAI-'KTY —A I'r.oi-i.K'.S Slili' OF STATU -A GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xii. SENSIBLE LECTURE OLD FASHIONED HONESTY y the Coming Man - Some Words that Should Burn In the Mind and heart EVERY VOI'TH ON AMERICAN si ill \m Qmiand'i Pi™ h.r a Higher Edu jtson of ihe Son That Makes Better Otltetu-Old Fashioned Integrity. 7:ose of our people who base pawed |Hflt liftand ar" won' to contrast nam conditions with those, of the ~t when the* were young ~«-**tiJ jwitibly inclined to extol "the good iidiys," and to vaunt the advantages t their youth and childhood ovtr '«*of ju'jtiger men. Though these bio: altogether vain imaginings il MM be manifest! v absurd to attrib ite i:.: advantas;*- to any superiorly oi Mtrioostfforton tin part of those Msiling them. Therefore, their re yspeetion. instead of stimulating In it.tist their prid* and -»i-if-corioeit. Mi ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

A 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 vaiises bought one, saying: "Mr. ollins. I cant 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 - $14.00 Suit Cases $1.75 - 15.50 SAY MISSOURI, We can "show you." C.L.COLLINS on third:street near pearl. Good Clothes for Man and Boy. Your Moneys Worth or Your Money Back THE HOHN FLY. A Peculiarly IllKiiMlroiid Pe»l —H« Una! KlTccliinl Remedy. Bj JOHN St'KN'i'Klt, Virginia oxporl ln nppi iirnni'i' the horn lly In mucn snn.llor thun II •• onllntirj house lly, | M ',,|, : i,h :, ,t over half n« lnr«e nnd .~| i liir Kiiti...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

SENSIBLE LECTURE. Continued ii i." ' ' ■ .'.os. i" "" ",n ''''a lll '" pationi f u , lP j or legiii" ate «-iit«i'|>i i-o, nmi HioaHDM tl>»i ""' '••illiiiimir.-. * . on*' inordinatel * i i' li. has meauing. i'lunl busim .. yLodenco >~ rapidly disappearing yoritba march i.i insatiable trade VBblaations. '' ' "' aUII l ,rivrtle «•«■ lJutnoa tlautits its shameful waste " ,|, e [ice »f poverty, and oontumptu ,'v di-tios the envy ii sullen discoti- : ! ( J o 'J' o f want. Labor ami capital no sstsr co-workers in the lleld ol im- Mrtmeot ami advance, are urruyed I '.iiD« aacb othci iv angry contention; *i,\wK lamentable, than nil, our uu .oasl Intents aud p o puses arc loose , apprehended, and our scrutiny ol so credu sdy tolerant, that ful*e glory i» ai ;o»ed to hoodwink thu people, while Hftrful aelllsh interests rob them ol ~l,e i r heritage of e.|iiality bef i h« lis. [| tbil :l truthful statement of prominent features of our preei ut iituslion. it i» not strange thai those th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

gllcnsburg -Qaixm. Sotered Nov. sth 1894, at the Postofflce, Ellens burg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. Orrica: 106 East Fourth Street, Albany Block. r«UMs run Ykah. Cash ; 11.00 ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All changes of advertisements fur eurrenl ipeek must i>r handed In not later than Tuesday. 10 ii in. Otherwise, the change will not appear, we are forced lo adopt tins rule as v matter "t business. Correspondents will please try and gel their sews Items in to us as early In the week us possible not later than Tuesday afternoon, un (ass something ot Bpeelal importance makes v accessary to hold same until Wednesday morn Ing. Special Motlct Hereafter all resolutions of eon lolenee, cards ol thanks, notices ot entertain mcnis charging an admission fee, and other llmllar notices will be charged regular ndvertls Ing rail's wlien published In Tiik Maws Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 City Official P...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt Successor to K. K. Wilson. ' STAPuE & FANCY GROCERIES. 50UE AGENT ,0R MIUUARS ROASTED CO, FEE Phone Red M| THE LOCAL EVENTS M.C. Sprague wew down to Port |aild Bunday. Ctrl Wright of I'leKlum, was in the city S»tin-'lay. Q, C. Thomas of t 'leKluro, was in tlie city Saturday. f, L. Calkins uf Thorp, was in the city Saturday \Vm- Miiby, Jr., of lioslyn, was in tbe city Monda). Bora: To Mr. and Mrs. J. (iallaher, Sunday. Aug. flth, a sou. County commissioners are In session Ha board of squall/ ttion. H. S. Elwood joined his wife a' Nah cotta, on the beach this week. Arthur Bonaey has secured employ ment at Ptoaaer and is doing well. H. L. Stowell left Sunday for a month's outing on the ocean beach. Dr. I. N. Power of C'leKlum, came do*n Saturday to visit ~»er Sunday. David Lilllbrldge, au N. ['. call hoy, lift today for a visit in Kansas city. Mrs. James Shaw went up to Kah chess Lodge last week spend few days. Mrs. Schwab of Aberdeen, fell from i'.oj while tis...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

T- !". PHELPS, 1 VETERINARY SURGEON I ' HORSE DENTISTRY, e-turdav's and Sunday's spent in town with office nl Cottage House. ELLENSBURG, wash jj J. PELCH, M. I>. —PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - Offlre In Ramaaj Residence phone ink 394 Work. Ofncephoue But9s — i j c MoCAULEY, M li —PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, - --RKnuyßlock. ELLENSBURG, wash l". KKOST, -LICENSED CITY BILL POSTER J All work in my line, bill posting and dlstribuf ing entrusted to me will i»- promptly attended to slid cared for. BLLENTBURG, • WASH- j c. WALTERS -EXCELSIOR STEAM DYE WORKS Cur. Fifth A Main St. All kinds of dying, cleaning and repairing neat ly done by moid modern methods and aatlafuc tion Guaranteed. Ladles garment* v specialty. J. c WALTERS, £ Proprietor Jjj D. HODGE —ATTORNEY AT LAW —Room IS - Olympic Block ELLENSBURG, - - - wash jg A.ffGAULT & CO., —SEAL ESTATE AGENTS— Will take pleasure in giving information to all who desire it regarding Kittitu-. county. ELLENSBURG, - WASH JOB PRINTING FIRST CLASS JOB P...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

WESTERN COAL& IRON CO. CHARLES HRETTEL, Shcv. s, Trkas. coal An Enterprise oi Great Magnitude. We Invite You to Join us and pate in ill is Undertaking. The Western Coal and Iron company of Port land, ( >re , with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four full sections of coal land, 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. l\ R. main line at Spence's bridge and 80 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 blacksmithing and domestic use, and equal to the famous Crow's Xest 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 you put in, and we ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1905

You Won't Be Glove Satisfied 'til yours are Amsterdam Donir.E TIPPKD Silk Glovks —the glove with a name ami a fame. There's double Strength where tlie wear is doubly strong. The linger- double tipped. This makes 'em double value. They lit the hand snugly: are clastic enough to give freely to every bend and stretch and retain their shapeli ness through long service. The cost of Amsterdam Silk Gloves is mi trilling compared with their value that both style and economy demand their pref erence. Our Aim sent to you an entire New Store 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 Gorden hats in the Men's store. Our contract with the makers does not allow us to cut these articles. You can get a Twenty-five dollar Suit for S'2o. Eighteen and Twenty dollar suits at 81-% an...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 August 1905

A DAWN OF BIUGHTEI! BOt'EN A LiGtITHOUSK r'OII TUN N.\TH>.\"s SAFETY—A PEOPLE'S SHIP oh' STATU A GOVEUNMENT OF JUSTICE Foil ALL MEN Vol. xii. STATE HAND BOOK THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Is the Name Given the Work Just Issued and Compiled By Secretary of State FOR THE BENEFIT OF HOMESEEKERS The Book is Will Written and Arranged and Ntitly Printed and Illustrated—Surpasses All Former "Write-ups" Gotten Out By the State ol Washington. The bureau of statistics, agriculture and immigration of the state of Wash ington has just issued its review of the resources and industries of the state, published under legislative authority, • copy of which ha- been received at THE Dawn office. It is tbe rau-t exhaustive treatise on the subject of the state ever issued and reflects credit and upon Secretary of State, Sam 11. Nichols and George M. Allen, deputy commission, for the way in which the state aud its attractions are presented. Tbe book differs ma terially from any of its predecessors in respec...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 August 1905

CONCERNING CHUUNS. %Vr*stp nl' llmicr In Tliomi' ilmi liatc No Instill' Ii vI tl re*. .\ hulletitt vi' the liiilliuiii Mtntlpn says: A I n I nl' ehuril which luis Uo Inside llxtiiro, hut dashes the crenin from one side or end to the other hj ih,- motion oi' the churn, has proved nt.ist saii-fitetorj. 'i he* paddles ..ml dnshos, of what pvor pnllern, ate likely lo hurt more |c.ss 111.' U>Xttire of the lui/lel' ami also cause a 1 iss nl' hotter in the cream, which adheres to them ami tin coiners oi' ihe churn. When tlie churning is done in such n short lime us is claimed h.v lulinir if.i ci many so culled Unproved ehttrn ; , ii Is usually at a saci'illec oi hntt r I'.-t l' I'l i ; t 'Ie httttcrtaHk. \Vii »i n i I.iii ii i are l i he preferred f i i..i :. out hoeiluse the wooden d' won*her If not ... :i c.tre of ,i it, tilint'il Inslilc and paluti i otilshV, has hecu put on Hie niar'.et. 'ihe idijcctiolis tf' il are thai (ho crcatu '. ..:',..s c;> more easily when the i joisi 'i ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 August 1905

AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. A SCENIC SPOT NEAR OUR OWN HOME In a Two Days' Trip Sec Many Vary Inter esting Things tWnutitul Lakes Tall Pints Majestic Mountains. "In Switzerland's tall mountains, The fair Lake Constance lies; In hi-r blae eyes, reflected, Bblne back the starry skies." We do not remember tlie name of the author of the above quotation,nor bave we ever seen tlie fair Lake Constance, whieli the writer *o vividly describes in that delightful poem, but we do know that it is not necessary to go to Switzerland to see lovely lakes and mouutaiu scenery. Nor is it even so that we have to go without the hounds our own county—Kittitas. There lies to the northwest of us, nestling in the bosouiof the Cascade range, high Up toward the ragged summit, the beauti ful, emerald, Lake Kahchess. It is ODeof thrde sister lakes, Lake Ivichelos lying to tlie west aud Lake CleElura to the east. It was our privilege recently to spend two days upon and around the Kahchess. Arriving at ttie foot of tbe ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 August 1905

tyicnsbuur JDatun. Ontercd Nov sth 1894. ;ii the Ellens burg. Wiwn.rurton, u« entitled to Hccond clujsh postal rates. trrics: 108 East fourth Street, Albany lllock. Crumb: Peh Vbau, Cash : : ll.txi ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All changes of advertisements for current reck invist be handed in not Inter than Tuesduj Oa, tn Otherwise, the change will not appear, iv,. are forced to adopt ibis rule as a matter ol justness. Correspondents will please try ami get thcii tews Items In t" us as early In the week us >..«siiiii' not later than Tuesday afternoon, un ess something of special Importance makes it accessary to hold same until VVeduesdaj morn tin. SpeJii NMlci Heronftci nil resolutions nl run lolence, cards ot thanks, notices ol enterinin aiiMiti charging an admission tee, unit ntner ilmllnr notices will «>.■ cti;n v-- a regular advertis tn>; rates when published a 'I'm k Daw* Population of County, 12.234 Population of City. 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 City ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 August 1905

Chas. H. FlummerfeTt, Successor to R. R. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOIIE AGENT FOR flllhuAßS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Did you see the moon in eclipse Mon d»y nlfbt? Th* city waa pretty well depopulat ed Tuesday. Prof. Bruton, of Thorp, spent Mon day in town. Hay la quoted and telling at *ll per ton this week. F. C. Porter, of Thorp, was in the city Saturday. H. ('. Frost went down to Vakima on business Tuesday. Mr. anil Mrs. 11. 1,. Stowell returned from Moclips Saturday. More than 570 tons of hay were ship ped from this city Saturday. Mr. and Mr.-. Wm. Generous are in the hills near I'.aston, oamping out. Ed McCarty and family are having their outing above Kaston this week, R. P. Tjossem is reported by his physician. Dr. Felch, as gradually mending. Mrs. H. M. Helvis left Saturday for a visit with her daughter in llel llngham. Mrs. Joseph Deis. Mrs. K. A Turner and Miss Mary Turner spent Tuesday io Yakima. Mrs. J. H. Owens and daughte...

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