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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 August 1905

Additional Local ' j j, Morris of Kenmore, Alb (< in tbe city. Ole Kuderson Is reported on lhe list this week. Albert T.jossem »p» Q| Xueadtty in Uortb Vakima. yirs. i A■ Bradbv ~v aml , >harley are visiting in Yaklni* . James Stevens' , n and Bister are rusti cating on the N anum, 3. 11. VaoGtwpn, wife and baby, are camping on tbe Nanum. \v. t'. Thomas returned from a short visit in *>regon Sundaj. K. S. J 'aimer and family are spend ing i he week in 1 Vrt land. I. A. Williams ef Toppenlsh, was a Sunday \ isitor in our city. Will Steiman ami family are at hotnr from their visit in the Sound. il. X Bradshaw and family took ii the show at Vakima Tuesday. O, I. Short ol t'leElum, Is in thecin today on professional business. .1. Braocbard of Sedro-Wolley, is guest of Mr. ami Mrs, *». t'aron. Horn: In North Yakima Tuesday, tn Mr. and Mrs. C. •'. Lynch, a son Frank and Standley Wilson left Tues day for a few days stay iv Portland, Pbil Fitterer ami t«>ys are taking ir the exp...

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. — 17 August 1905

\\ r ESTER N CO AI, <Sc IKON C< >. CHARLES BRETTEL, Skcy. & Trkas. coal An Enterprise oJ Grrea/t Magnitude. We Invite You to Join us and Partioi- The Western Coal and Iron company of Port land, Ore , with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., lias acquired four lull sections of 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 50 miles south from the C. P. 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 he 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 offer you an opportunity to make Sax on every 20 cents'vou put in, and we belie...

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. — 17 August 1905

You Won't Be Glove Satisfied 'til yours are Amhtkhha.m Dorw.i TtI'PKU Si I.N GI.OVKS- t lie glove wit 11 a name and a fame. There's double strength where tbe wear is doubly strong. The lingers double lipped. This makes 'em double value. Tbey lit tlie hand snugly: »"■ elastic enough to give freely i" everj bend ami stretch and retain their shapeli ness through long service. Thecosi "( Amsterdam Silk Gloves i- so irilling compared with t'belr value thai both style and economy demand their pref erence. Our Store Another reason for this sale During this sale it will be your privilege to buy at about one-half the Regular Price, .lust 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 aud Twenty dollar suits at 81*, aud soon through the lin...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1905

ADAW NOP BKIGHTEU HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE bXHX THE NATION'S SAFETY—A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE -A GOV El INM 10 N'T OP JUSTICE POX ALL M.EU Vol. xii. RAILROADS' VALUES A VAST AMOUNT OF MONEY Over Eleven Billion Dollars' Worth of Property in the United States Today AND CONSTANTLY INCREASING DAILY Some Very Interesting ] Figures Published In A Census Bulletin for the Benefit ol The People—Reproduced From the Spokesman-Review August 13th. Washington, I). C, Aug. 12 Ac cording to a imlletin of the census bureau, the commercial value of rail road property in the United States is 111,244,852,000, distributed among the various states as follows: Alabama, $150,211,000 Alaska, 100,000 Arizona. 08,356,000 Arkansas, 124,820,000 California, 350,084,000 Colorado, 108,201,000 Connecticut, 105,300,000 Delaware, 1,285,000 District of Columbia, 5,578,000 Florida, 80,407,000 Georgia, 150,003,000 Idaho, 01,877,000 Illinois, 805,057,000 Indian Territory, 70.405,000 Indiana, 375,541,000 lowa, 344,847,000 Kansas...

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. — 24 August 1905

THE LOCAL EVENTS H. X I In I r is in I (oslyn today. ('. E Wheelei is in Itoslyn today. School indistrial I'J lakes up Aug, 2 s Public school opens Monday Septem ber lih. w V Put lei sou of Lilewett, is in the city today. David Ramsay and family are at the ■easide this week. T. P. Carton returned from an ea-t --ern Oregon visit Monday. M M. Churchill returned from v business trip tol'leliluin today. A. Lawrence returned from fila vi-it to the exposition Sunday ptnning. John VanAls'ine until amily leave i > morrow for an outing 10 the Nauuiu Miss Minnie Rosch and brother. Henry, have returned from I' rtlniul. Morn -T«i Mr nml Ur« tl oi ..• 11 Wee». TUI »dtt>, \ ■■- •! >!.._. t'. S. Dullard hut ho v on ••• in«•> to renew acquaintance with li;s fumil.' Charles Anderson and mother to Portland Tuesday to attend the fair .1.11. McEwen returned from olym pia Tuesday after spendiuy a month in that i• it y. There "ill he no services al the Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a. ni o...

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. — 24 August 1905

DAHLIA CULTURE. u j, piaatlnat ■« Prefetwd l»r Mmm T Snrceasful I- l«»rl«t«. Contrary to the general belief, June ir later 11 the time to plant dahlia*, anil ns g»°d results will he had by planting as late as July 1 ns on the Ist 0 f June. Many people bend all their energy to plant dahlia routs at the e«r lleit moment after the danger of late frost l« P* Nt - UHUnl| .v means from about the 10th to 80th of May. Some ft* people try to (let the roots plnntel even earlier. Many ef the most successful growers defer planting to as late a date ns pos libit for the reason that plants put In t he ground early start Into growth nnd mi well advanced hy the time the hot weather of July and August nrrlvcs. If thin period Is ordinarily hot and the plants are on a heavy soil the chances are that they will stop growing, and tbey never recovered afterward, Very many disappointments in grow ing the dahlia are due to planting too drly. The beet success I have ever aid was from plants put Into the arou...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1905

bllensburg Jttatun. Entered Nov. sth 1894, in the Postolttce, Kllcns burg, Washington, aaentltlod to second class postal rates. .rricK: lOßEast f**ourth Street. Albany Mock, [-hums: Pan Ybah, Cash : sum ■70BERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All Changes of ml\ritiM'inrnth fur current ireek dbusl be hnudcd in not Inter than Tuesday, a'a- in Otherwise, thcchnuac will nut appear. We arc forced to adopt this rule uh a nuttier of ouslnosK. Correspondents will pic;.so tryundgot their lewtt lteniH in to tts a* early in tin- week us joiwilile not later than Tuesday ufterntsw. Un I ess something of special ImtMirtunee makes II accessary to hold same until Wednesday morn lag. Spe:ial Notice Ucreufler nil resolutions ot nn . lolence, cards ot thatiks. notices ol onterluln oients chnrgtnu an admission fee, and other Similar notices will becharited reuulur advertis ■ Ins' rates w ben published in Tin; DAWN, Population of County, 13,234 Population ot 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. — 24 August 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. R. Wilson. STfIPUE & FRJNICY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR PflliliAßS ROASTED COffEE. Ly nee BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS pr. Klug Bpent Sunday In Seattle. The program of the teachers Institute is out. Harvey Lord of Thorp, was In the city Tuesday' Prof, J. H. Morgan is spending a few days at Moclips. j. D. Cross of Thorp Prairie, was in the city Monday. Andy ShulM: and wife retured from Portland Sunday evening. TheHouieMe.it Market moved into tbe linker block this week. R S. Palmer and wife returned from Portland Monday evening. Apprentice girl wanted apply to Mrs. li- A. Gault, Millinery. K.l.Anderson of Olympia, is again with us to do more surveying. Earnest Mattox returned from his visit to Portland Friday afternoon. G. K. Dickson and wife are taking io the exposition in Portland this week. Pr. Dam man's article on tuberculosis in cattle will appear in our next issue. 1). G liing, the principal of the (111 - Elum school, was in the...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1905

CABBAGE SNAKE FAKE. I.rent I.o"«m«s in i Mump Urmvwr* TUrouifli 'l'h Is s.-iii-.-. Washington, ! >. i . The cabbage Im ir worm is the subject of circular N0.(!20f the bureau of entomology, t inited states i rpnrtmctit of agriculture, Ihe publl intioti of wlitcli uas inmle necessary I y numerous Imiulrles In regard to the Identity Mini alleged poisonous nature .■l' a minute worm popularly known during thi> years 1003 utul 1004 ns the "cabbage snake." I Miring the former year tlie species i"irst attracted atten tion, hut was not considered seriously, as it was well known that hair worms ure not in 11113 degree puis moils h fact, they arc perfectly harmless and oven, io a certain extent. lionotlclnl, nf tbey destroy hy parasitism the pern cior.s codling moth nnd severnl s|>wde> of destructive grasshoppers or locusts. In 1004. however, the subject increased in ptopirtiou, tiio bureau of entomol.T gy frequently receiving Aye or sis communications dully in regard to this creat...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1905

WESTERN IRON ♦& COAL CO. CHARLES BRETTEL, Skcy. & Trkas. COcll An Enterprise oi Cirreat Magnitude. We Invite You to .Join us and Partici pate in this Undertaking. Western Iron Ik Coal Company. S. C. BOEDCHER, The Western Coal and Iron company of Port land, (>re , with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired four lull sections of coal land, 2560 acres, situated in the Nicola valley, on Cold Water river, I!. C, about 160 miles northeast ot Van couver, B. C, and about ; " miles south from the C. P. K. main line at Spence's bridge and So miles north from the boundary line. These 2560 acres arc esti mated to contain 200,000,000 tons oi 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 n.se and equal to the famous Crow's Nest for smelt -1 tTS C'wKC. Good and Safe as Wheat in the Barn We now offer you...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 August 1905

R. B. WILSON & CO. August Sale of Blankets! SALE IS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Look at This $5,50, $5,00, $4,00 White Wool Blankets with small percent age of Cotton to keep them from shrinking, per pair 1 U $6.50 White and Colored wool Blankets with Fancy tf>P Pf Borders, per pair mU«UI Will be on Sale At Correspondingly Low Prices R. B. WILSON & COMPANY. Our BLANKET prices will be from 10 per cent to 20 per cent cheaper during this Sale. We give patrons an opportunity to secure their winter supply of bedding at prices much less than regular. There has been a tremenduous advance in Wool prices during the past few months which makes a sale of this kind all the more important. Comforters and Bed Spreads New Fall Block GORDON HATS $7.50 Blankets, white wool, one of our best values l(M size, per pair $8.50 Blankets, white and col ored wool large size during sale per pair $3,50 Blue Army blankets the kind for real hard tf> Qnp service, during sale q) / J In Addition Oup Entire Stock...

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. — 31 August 1905

A PAWN OP BIUOHTEK HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY—A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP STATE—A GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xii. DREADED DISEASE TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE A Thorough Discription of the Disease in all Its Forms How it Originates In CATTLE AND HOW TO OBLITERATE IT Only by Prompt and Vigorous Measures Can Th* Disease be Wiped Out All Should Join in Having Every Herd in the County Thoroughly Tested. Tuberculosis is an infectious and conmunicable disease characterized by the formation in various organs of the body of minute nodules, or tubercles, which contain the Bacillus tuberculosis, the cause of the disease. The disease, in its various maifesta tions bas been known for many centu ries, and legislative enactments having reference to the destruction of affected animals aud forbidding the use of the flesh date far back Into tbe middle ages. The opinions entertained re garding the nature and tlie cause of thsmadady varied much in different Periods, and very markedly infl...

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. — 31 August 1905

IHE LOCAL EVENTS 1 llev. Father Korhuke of Itoslyn, wa in tbe city Monday . Kred .1. Long of Liberty came down Monday on a shot t \ isil, William Wooham aud family return ed from i belr outing Friday. Mr. and Mrs. w. t . Uayward ol Thorp, were iv ih< city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Johu w. Harnett went up to < leKluiu Friday cm business, Win. McMillan ol N'«irth Vakima, was in the oily Monday a few hours. Mr. and Mrs, .lames Kamsay left Sunday for a snort visit m Victorhi Win. Fr.i berger returned from hitJ visit in Portland end Sun I runeim i j s v uMt). Mrs. Newton Uun'stcr returned fn-m a \i>.i in N'ot'lll Yakima I'bUrada.v afternoon. Mr.nnd Mre.C L «'<• tine left Monday II \ tin Si .. i ■ . ex;n-e i iii ">. i 111 a \ I i Spokane where be will spend a few days with friend* Win McEwen says be is now through harvesting ami bailing for tiiis yt-ai ami that he is glad ol it. llev S. t'. Homibrook will succeed Key. J, E. Murphej as paator of tin West Side M. i.. church. .lo...

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. — 31 August 1905

Chas. H. Flumraerfelt, Successor to R. R. Wilson. STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MUiIiARS ROASTED COffEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Claud Call In wont to Portland Sund day. Andy Shultz visited North Vakima Tuesday. Dr. 1!. A. Weaver is on the Sound tor a visit. Geo. Koppen of Uoslyn, waa in the city Tuesday. Chris [ndermuhl of South Kittitas i> sick this week. llev .1. E. mnrpbey has been trans ferred !o Dixie. G. P. Short of CleKlum, waa In tbe city yesterday. Cad Sloan of North Vakima, was iv the city Friday. t'apt. Steinman and wife are at home from Ocean Park. Mrs. Balrd aud children are visiting in Kalania/.00 Mich. J W. Tippy and wife are guests of A. MUner and family. Austin Mires and family are enjoy ing th* exposition this weea. Mrs. Ida Coble and daughter, left Saturday for a visit in Kansas. W. c. Atwood ami Roy Grlndrod have returned from their outing. Sam Osboru of the Columbia, was over Monday with a load of nice toma toes. Miss Del...

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. — 31 August 1905

OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH Everyday Questions and Answers that Pass Between Patient and Practitioner. UESTION. What is Osteopathy? Answer. The latest development t>t medical science, constituting an entirely new and complete practice that is most successful in treating human ills, both medical and sur gi al, l>y skilled manipulations which enable Nature to do her al iiitt.il work without recourse to knife 01 drugs, Q Q, What docs the word mean? A. It comes from the Greek ostkon,bone, and pathos, disease —which latter has come to signify the system oi treating disease indicated by its prefix The derivation <>t a name, how ever, cannot explain the philosophy or practice of any school of medicine. The propriety i>l this name will become manifest t<> anyone who reads this little magazine. Q. Does Osteopathy teach that the bones arc usually diseased.'' A. Absolutely n<> Q. Is it a treatment only for bone disease? A. No. It is a complete therapeutic sys tem, applicable ...

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. — 31 August 1905

of ethics is substantially the same as those in vo gue with the otht •i schools nl medicine. Probe your friends ol drug medical practice on these points, Let each one take his own de served rating. How Other Schools l ack an Explanation. i v > Whal do other schools of medicine ascribe aa the main primary, predisposing cause of disease? A. No one consistent hypothesis capable of general an plioatiou to disease has ever been formulated. A great number „f minor an.l disconnected disease factors have been advanced often Ingeniously, but without working out n broad general principle that will explain a majority of cases, such as the os teopathic idea does. Microbes, "deadly miasms." extremes in temperature, electrical, magnetic and barometric variations dampness, over work. Improper diet, excesses, lack of exercise drug poisoning, the weaknesses bequeathed by heredity, i r ventilation, bad hygiene and faulty sanitation have each beet regarded In turn a> t he primary cans,. of one o...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 31 August 1905

gllcnsburg 3 aluu » Sntcred Nov. Rth 1804, at the Postofttco, Ellens burg, Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. Omen* 106 Bast fourth Street, Albany Illock 'hums: pen Year, cash : li.oo ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All changes of advertisements fur current week must l>e handed in net liner than Tuesday. 10 11. in. Otherwise, thechungo will iid appear. We ure forced 10 adopt this rule us a matter ot business. Correspondent* Will please try and net, their news items In to us us curly in ihe week us possible net later ihini Tuesday afternoon, uu [esssomething*of special Importance makes it necessary to hold same until Wednesday morn leg. S-t lai Notice Hereafter nil resolutions of con dolenoe, cards of thanks, notices of entcrtutn tn'nts charging an ndmli*sion fee. ami oilier similar notices will becharged regular ndverlia Ins' rules when published In THK Haws. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 City Official...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 31 August 1905

The plow 10 w,,, ' Kl "« I'""' „,||k is »»» ""• X '■■ Vhl( I in Kami iim'l Hresldc I know „,.„ name liottl Hon il make m difference wind we rood our iwvk : ' tiuii Hiey " : " " :l " X""' iltk *" lis '* "'' '' 1 ""disputed fid I know from personal expert- : tiuii pertain Uini Is (»f food will , HUH milk, so llio r 1 seems lo me ii Mil essential pollll toWUKI Hie |tfo netloo of pnre mill- flood, clem, f f ,v,l. lii bnrn nml Iv pasture. Is the | jjrtliig |wlnl lo" "rd tlie desired end For ttil* n "* on """' " '"' 1,.,, weeds mil ol' onr pastures l.y mott-ins tli'"' i" s < °< >•'••'"• I m« lifter Imyltlir. when Hiey are iv 1,1,0111 mid nmy '"' : ' v killeti. fhru we must see to ii thill the „„,.,„,ws are rleilll ami I'.'oo from „ w ls also. S • 'li.:l n - llrlj w;;li r oil utiiff may '"■ i"" ""' l A " moldy bay •lwuld he rejected eon Klrntloosly. Again, the rare nf Hip stable* Is a I prime MBMithil. Ilvprything which units t«» crentr foul odors nliotil the htrn piitM he m ruitu...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 31 August 1905

the onion Chop. Onions Uol 118 I :ilrl) Well l.i l urn. uaercinl DlslrlctM. The now onion crop in the coininer rial growing iiisiri.-is of the I'nlted Stall's for the most pail is |irogr(*ssiUg •ntlsfaetorily. li is cvldcni that comll tloua pn.stwn.rd, including \i»w York nml New Kllgluilii, in,' uvcruglug rein ttvely bettor llimii in llio ceiltrnl weal (Til slates of Michigan, W is,-,,11,i11. 111 dlunn niul Illinois, in tho Inttor sec lions ruinfnll lut h proved 100 iiliillidunt ilils senson, nml many correspondents of Atnerlcnu Agriculturist say thai so ' rlous damage lias heeu occasioned on Bceounl of a portion of tho crop being Washed out. 'this has neeessltateil eon Kldernhle res I ng In some sections, Xbla is noted particularly in onion pxo*\ ing districts of Imllaua, While giving full weight lo diininge| sustained tliroiiuh excessive moisture, ullownnce Bhould ho made for the sttl) slantlal Increase iv acreage in many pans of the west ;is compared \sitb lust year's plantings....

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. — 31 August 1905

WESTERN IKON <fe COAL CO. CHARLES BRKTTRL, Skcv. & Tkkas. coal Aii Enterprise ol Ghreat Magnitude. We Invite You to »Join us and Partici pate in this Under taking Western Iron 8c Coal Company. g. C. BOEDCHEB, The Western Coal and Iron company of Port land, ( >re , with its principal office in Vancouver, Wash., has acquired tour 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. 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 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 Nest for smelt ers coke. Good and Safe as Wheat in the Barn VVe now offer you an opp...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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