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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 25 August 1899

Commissioners Proceed ngs We Ine* Uy Angu*t 9th, lV**. •15 >ai I ■,< Equalization of Kittitas ~. •■. Washington, meet pursuant to a.; mrnment, All member* present. REHMKE BROS, t pun the application of H.Behmke Bro*. part •' lot* lan ! 5 Block 10,Ellen*burg, or.- ..■.:.■>./. Commencing 40feetE»»t of Kw. corner of Block 1", Sortn 90 feet, K. 20 feet Nor h 3' feet. E. .;i feet.South 1- <eet. Wed 50 feel i/-> beginning in Mock 10, Khensburg. original, in ordered v - ied from a valuation of E'ght hun .irel and eight v 1*80.00; dollar, to Bev en nundred 1700.00; dollars. The im provement- on the sbOM property is or ders 1 reduc-'l from » valuation of Four U.0.-and M' •' dollar* to Tnree thousand %'.',"•>•< dollar*. See roll 1, • page 8. WTTITAS LALLEY NATIONALBANK Upon the application of f.C Hubbell, agent, tract lot l. block 11, Elletuburg, original, viz: Commencing at North ■rett corner of block 21, Sooth 3" feet. Ea«-t 7.feet, North 30 few. West 7 'feet to ■ r.nin...

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. — 25 August 1899

Additional Local News. Peter Scbuler is on the mind. Al McDonald, of Victor, Colo., is visiting Mr. and Mis. Price this week. Patronize Galvin & Geddis' meat Mgon. They carry the best meats jt all times. Austin Mires and family left" this week for Republic where they ex pect to spend a month looking over the country. Prof. Munsnn, professor of biolo gy, of South Dakota, arrived in city this week to take his place in the normal faculty. S. A. Miller, late of the Wood's barber shop, has purchased Henry Mills barber shop, on Pearl street. Mr. Miller is an excellent artist in his line and is sure to meet with a Urge and well merited patron age. TO A VIOLINIST. A little btwn fiddle Trough! long years ago ■ay read me the riddle— What makes the tune flow From these fonr narrow string* Then your violin sing*? for us the wood's Boundless And senseless and cold, for you there's a boundless Bomanoe softly told By the bow to the strings Then your violin sings. It has prisoned and captured T...

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. — 25 August 1899

Wilson's = General - Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Mid-summer is hero, yet the weather is far from satisfactory tor lively dry good selling. We have more summer , is r. hand thanvci at this season, so we have concluded to let them go for what they will bring st *ill be n :onsiJerati n. We don't want the goods, but the rw;m they occupy. We place on sale this morning a lot of white good.-, worth 8, 10 and 12 1 . cents a yard, at cents. A nne line otpsg good styes, at b% cents per yard, a lot of summer goods in color-, good styles, light and airy, and she uld we ever ;. iye summer, they will beds able goods a just double what we price them —6# cents. Come early, get the cream ol these otierines and save ha.: an . ■■: er. more on soot of i While in the store, look round and you will find bargains everywhere. Are you going camping? If so, do not cerlook our gi :er>' department, We have everything you in the -.ay ot eatables, ■ quality you know will be the best obtain...

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 September 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 35. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. lousy betters From all Points of the Globe. NANUM. Masters Winnie King and Dick Geddis were taking an outing on filwn creek the other day. They hid all the shooting they wished for, but had no difficulty in bring ing their game in. People are hard to please, having prayed for rain all the year but as joon as it comes they begin to growl about it. There never has yet been a time when everybody fas ready for a rain. Taking all things into consideration I think the rain did more good than harm. That nice little lady, Miss Lena King, has just been visiting her friend Miss Bessie Rogers. Miss Lena says that she enjoyed the visit immensely. There is an old song that starts off something like this: "Rumpsey duinpsey, Col. John son killed Tecunisey." Whether the Col. did or did not is an open question but there is no doubt tbout'Manchie Bennett and Bunnie Sogers being the redoubtable heroes of a bear right. They tackled a cinnamo...

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 September 1899

11-5" Uj Os>e hundred *;"'».. . v. T*o —11. .»'.-• _i . %t.-..-. J.v. -, --.-. rr*-*.- ij / r_ ->• Jv'. *.* .1. '. ', '. i v. F;fvt*» r . 11" it ti"..*. ', f f. %4*jJf} "lolieri v htir.dred ninety *J *V. ■ '.' S '•'<" r lf '**' ' doljj.rp *■ 7p * ' *v i' *f~ ' (y r ;'t t| i v,' r -".(.j./'.' .h ordered from .'. iridred and fiftv-fivi ' r . r 00 tame mic.. twn* and rartcre is or* and seventy five 1175.00 dol lars. He* roll 5, page J. I M. •;. BALL/1 RO. I'pon the application oi M «. v, Forty $40.00 dollars, N'W™ and range, i- ordered reduced from valuation Fifty-three $58 00 dollars to forty $40 00- dollars. -\V.j HW i lot. -1, same section, twp. and range, i-. ordered reduced from a valuation of Fifty-two $52 00 dollars to Forty $40 00 dollar-:. rY.\ h\Vj. name nection. township and range, is order:! reduced from \ a valuation of Sixty $60 00- dol >- > *- r '■ | _)t'':' |' ,• • - >- I \* V - , •>• *ij ****** 1 —it * I - *-' * *"' I r'. ' — ' '• i "'-i ' * ■* i* ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 September 1899

«31000.00-tlollars to Twenty-tive tonssad seven hundred and nine- Jj ve _-*25.795.00--do'lars. gee personal property roll, page thre€ ' J.CkHUBBELL. Upon the application of J. C. Hubbell, agt., lot D, blk. 9, Ellens burg original is ordered reduced from a valuation of Four hundred tod forty—s44o.oo— dollars to three hundred and fifty—s3so.oo— dollars. Improvements on the ibove land are ordered reduced from a valuation of three hundred ,nd twenty-five --$325.00 —dollars to two hundred — K200.00 —dollars. Lot 10, blk 9, Ellensburg, origi nal is ordered reduced from a valu itionof Five hundred and sixty -4560 00—dollars to Four hun dred— $400 00—dollars. Improve ments on the above are ordered re duced from a valuation of Four hundred— MOO 00-dollars to Three hundred —$300 00— dollars. See roll 1, page 5. The Board of Equalization of Kittitas county. Washington, for the year 1899, stands adjourned. J. M. Newman, Chairman Board of Equalization Kittitas county, Washington. $100 Reward $10...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 September 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. l-I'IIMHHKII EVBHY FMIBAV .11 tl Nov. sth, IWM, nl the postr ffloe, KlleriKburKi Kittitas u«>i inty, WasblnKton, ■ ntitled to - itid-filatm postal rated. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. One year, if paid In advance, |1.00 uMi« '- south side of Fourth street, between Pearl .tixl Main -tiv.-i-, rear of lied.lis blook. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Rkkohmeks must unite. The BucKera '1" ihe labor and the fakirs draw the pay. The Union Reform party <>f the ,-tate of Ohi i has a Btrong ticket in the held. The man who desires a reform, Bimply that he may feather his nest belongs to th" peanut variety of politicians. The man wh i goes about hoping to <io good and expecting nothing in return is the only reformer who will he sure of his wages. A ooon strong Union ticket, com posed of the very best men, can be elected in this state next year, otherwise, she's a goner. ALL there is hack of a postage -tump is a little glue and the gov ernment's promise to carry a Utter, and y...

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. — 1 September 1899

General Local News. fhetown is tilling up rapidly oi considerable dilliculty is ex perienceil in securing homes for rent. Clyde Warner is having three foeresidence buildings put up on lieMcDonal lots, corner Pearl and Sixth. g,C, Charlton, one of the indus trious and enterprising ranchers of forth Kittitas was on our streets Thomas Harlin and Thurston Dmiels will soon issue a paper from Vincouver and Portland to be called the Pacific Democrat. About all the Ellensburgers who livebeenon the hills or in the canyons taking a summer outing, lure been driven down into their comfortable homes by the recent drenching rains. Rehmke Bros., will supply the necessarry coai for both the public and state normal this year. The normal will use 140 tons, price $.84 per ton, while the public will use 125 tons at a cost of $2.94 per ton, delivered. Examinations for entrance into the high school grade will be held it the public school building, be ginning on Friday, Sep. Ist at 0 a. m., and continuing...

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. — 1 September 1899

Co nmisiioners' Proceed ngs. IIUAltl) Oi K'il VI.O4ATION VVedne winy, Atigtm 9th, 1890. Tiie Board "i Equalisation ol Kittitas] county, Washington, meet pursttanl to adjournment, All members present \v r t ROWLEY. Up >n the application of W. E. Crowley j Southwest quartet of the Northwest quar ter, Section 20, Township 20, Range 10,1 ia ordered reduced from a valuation of] Eight hundred ($800.00) dollars to One hundred and eighty-seven (187<oo) dol lars, The North weal quarter of the South went quarter, same Mention, Township Rantte, if o lered reduced uorti a valua tion of Eight hundred ($800.00) dollars to Two hundred and forty ($240.00) dol lars. The Southwest quarter of the South-I west quarter, sun,' Section, Township and Range, is ordered reduced from a valuation of Eight hundred ($800.00) dol lars to Five hundred and s.xtv ($660.00) dollars. The Southwell quarter of the South west quarter, ■section 20, Township 2o Ranae 10, is ordered reduced from a valuation ol Eight h...

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. — 1 September 1899

|j720.00] dollars to Five hundred 1500.00J dollars. Improvements on the above land arc ordered re fold from a valuation of Three thousand [$3,000.00] dollars to jwthousa.id [$2,000.00] dollars. See roll 1, page 11. P. H. W. ROSS. Upon the application of P. H. If. Robs, Agent South i lot 2, blk. Ellensburg original, is ordered leduced from a valuation of Five kindred and sixty (*">60.00) dol- Five hundred [1500.00] dol llts, Improvements on the above lind are ordered reduced from a valuation of Four thousand [$4,- --000.00] dollars to Two thouand ire hundred (*2,500.00) dollars. Seerolll.page 9. JOHN LYONS. Upon application of John Lyons improvements on part of lots 4 and 5, blk. 15, Ellensburg original tv: Com. S. W. cor. of blk. 15, E. 48 ft. N. «J6 ft. W. 48 ft. N. 66 ft W. 48 ft. S. 66 ft. to beg. are ordered reduced from a valuation oi Seven thousand —$7,000 00— dollars to —14,000.00—dollars. See roll 1, page 10. Improvements on lot 4, blk. 18, Ellensburg origin i]ire ordered...

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. — 1 September 1899

= General = Store, Mid-summer ia here, yet the weather is far from satisfactory for lively dry good selling. We have more summer goods on handthanij at this season, so we have concluded to let them go for what they will bring, cost will be no consideration. We don't want the goods, but we do M the room they occupy. We place on sale this morning a lot ol"white goods, worth 8, 10 and I 2'_. cents a yard, at 6j 4 ' cents. A fine line otpM good styes, at cents per yard, a l"t of summer goods in colors, good styles, light and airy, and should we ever nave summer, they will be able goods a just\iouble what we price them — 6% cents. Come early, get the cream of these otTerinrs and save half and even more on some oil While in the store, look tound and you will find bargains everywhere. Are you going camping? If so, do not overlook our grocery department, We have everything you will need in the way oi eatable. ■ quality you know will be the best obtainable. This store has the reputation of 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 September 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 36. I POPULISTS MEET. The People's party state central committee held a meeting in Seat tleon Saturday last in the office of Chairman E. D. McLaughlin, to jjicußS plans for future organiza tion. The meeting was entirely harmonious and unanimous in the feeling that the chief business of Ihepartywas to secure the down fall of the Republicans in the next campaign. Those present were E. D. McLaughlin, I. P. Callison, of Chebaliß, A. C. Little, of Tacoma, J. A. Davis, of Everett, Senator High, of Vancouver. Letters were read from Farmer Todd and Sena tor Westcott, giving their views on the situation. —Seattle Time 9. County Teacher's Institute. The annual county teachers' in stitute was in session at Normal M last week. It opened mou day morning. Each session was opened with lively singing by I'rof. Wetitel of Portland. Prof. .Spill man gave a talk on science. He uid: "One hundred years ago we had only one book on science and that was Physical Geography....

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 September 1899

1 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Netusy Letters From all Points of the Globe. FAIRVIEW. Every body keep ear? open if open you want t" hear the Fairview sell" >! bell. The people oi this section have their hay all stacked their hay and the hum of the thresher will soon he heard "ii every side. Frank Fulton has purchased Jay C iks crop. He needs a house keeper now. Lee Lyons has returned from the Sound. Mr-. Prigmore's daughter Aggie, is over from the Sound visiting, also Mrs. John Prigmore. Eva Tucker, who has heen visit ing in this section recently, has re turned to her home in Seattle. Daura Huss has been visiting on the Nanum recently. Clarence Houser is out with a threshing crew. Mrs. Al McDonald is visiting with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie McDonald. Bird (irim was visiting in this section Sunday. jgWill Grissom and family. Frank I Bamhard and family. Moses I'effer and family, intend leaving soon fori the hop fields of Yakima. Fred Barnhurt is expected home soon. Will ...

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 September 1899

Knots Tied by Machinery. If inventions continue to multiply at rate, the day may speedily (ceffhen man will have to sit with ufa arms while his work and even Pleasures are turned out fir him Liy j is tbe slot devices. Science has given n« a marvel in the shape o1 ltl i'd counting machine. mot tbe most interesting automal.; Km working within the limits of tlsi [tited States are those used by tiie gov omentfor counting and tying postal fai into small bundles. These ma sjaawere made in Connecticut, and titwoarecapabloof counting oOO.OOC fat in ten hours and wrapping aud sjag the same in packages of 25 each. I this operation the paper is pulled off 1 inun by two long "fingers," which eateupfrom below, and another finger ajiuiavat of mucilage and applies it- alf to the wrapping paper in exactly tatright spot. Other parts of the ma gal twine the paper around tbe puck i cards, and then a "thumb" presset sat the spot where the mucilage is, id the package is thrown upon v carry kjlieady for ...

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 September 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUHLISHRD RYRRY FRIDAY. Entered Nov. stb, ISM, »1 tbe poetofflce, Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. OFFICIAL COI STY PAPER. One year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Office south fide of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qeddil block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. HELP to wake the Fair a success. From present outlook the cam paign I'JOO will he gloriously hot. The ticket on which S. A. Hol comb of Neb., is running on for Supreme judge, is called the Peo ple's independent ticket. The big canal or upper ditch will be built yet, Men of means who have large interests in this city and valley are looking into the matter and will doubtlessly act. A financial statement covering the past eight months, issued by State Auditor Cheetham, shows that during that period the state debt has been reduced $13,171 and $30,000 worth of bonds redeemed. Lt makes us weary to hear men say that the people should not rule until...

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 September 1899

General Local News. The city schools open Monday joining. i new restaurant in town —the Kiaueapolis. LT. Castor relumed from Yaki jj Tuesday. f t A. and Louis Perkins left Friday for Yakima. Mrs. J. G. Boyle is ill with ma tail bw this week. Jao.Gilmour left this week for to post of duty in Republic. Rimsay still sells those washing uichines that he guarantees. Myrtle Barns has a position in ftivett's popular music store. Auditor Fogarty is enjoying a nation in the rural districts. The interior of the court house is King treated to a nice coat of paint. W. H. Rader orders The Dawn tent to his family at Pt. Townsend. W.R. Newland, who has spent jtreral months in Alaska, came in Sunday. Rev. Smith, of the M. E. church. is in Spokane this week attending ouference. It is said that considerable hay iss damaged by the rain of Sun day and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Grim's little baby MSunday evening and was bur id Monday. Mrs. Oscar Sayles and George ItftSaturday for a six weeks visit on the Sou...

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 September 1899

6 Commissioners' Proceed r.^-s • ■ ■ • ■ • i •applies r. ■ - • , . ; : ioo ■ . • - '■ M ". V j - ■• ..«« : r tr.e 1 \V i. . ins, Loose rant, count y '30 ■ga -. P. :"' gany, incidentals, n To E. * Anderaon, iorvtr work, 134 14 uonea rrwn. BloomquiM Mining and Milling Co _ ium'r.«er. $ 15 30 boaii rcxo. Xi it Fro?t tamafa, Wm> me I aad, . * 40 '•' l ' loho P. l.er:. damage. Wassor. roa :. 40 011 Mn Laanr iau. damage. Watton rua;. lOOej j. W M Don&ld, sdar*supervisor oa Wwutrh— road. :2 50 A. 1. Bailee, 5 lays road work with tea~. 15 001 J. a. lloaahan, sdaysr oad work with teas. 10 00 . J. L. she".ton. 5 day* supervisor. :2 50 ** " " team. 640 Wlil 'taiier r ' days work on Wenatch— row', ?50 (»!en Young 5 iayi road work on Wcnitfhwi road, ' W H. Jngcrtoll, 4*j days road work on Wtnstch—, 4 50 Backer 4c Mirer, repairing plow, 300 J. ft. Hinton 4-.. days supervisor Camoi road. 10 00 M. -seven* 4 days roa 1 work Ca moi road. 16 00 >oe Mot. ..sans. 4 day? road work or. Camos roa...

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 September 1899

HE HAD ENOUGH. 1 Ultlkei Husband Who Wanted Oil Money Buck. lewasabowlesged. jaybird heeled darky. JJover 4 feet high. He shuttled into J!Harrison street court, and after having Seiudge pointed out ambled up to him Tibashful sort of way and shifted from ifoottothe other for full Aye minutes S the judge asked him what the trouble *edge, what do it cost a man foh beaten OUgbt to go to the pen," replied his •Don't mean wheah he otter go, but wgn be beat he wife an she perfur 2jpi 'gainst him, what'd it done cost bal" "If she prefers a charge of assault and lata;, about $10 or 10 days." Hj unbuttoned his ragged and greasy Mute Albert, then untied a few strings mi held an old fashioned waistcoat try jtktrand unlimbered his arm enough to •aeti to the bottom of a capacious inner «ieM,froni which after much rutnmag jg he brought forth a handful of silver 3copper, laid it on the judge's desk and lid:"Countit, jedge. I'zedunsuahtheah'a JOthah." The judge counted the money and found It right. ...

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 September 1899

8 X\Til«oi* 9 « * General = Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg', Washington. Mid-summer is here, yet the weather is far from satisfactory for lively dry good selling. We have more summer goods on hand thant at this season, so we have concluded to let them go for what they will bring, cost will be no consideration. We don't want the goods, but we d' the room they occupy. We place on sale this morning a lot ol" white goods, worth 8, 10 and \2) . cents a yard, at 6% cents. A fine 'line otrjj good styes, at 6}{ cents per yard, a lot of summer goods in colors, good styles, light and airy , and should we ever nave summer, they wilS able goods a just double what we price them— 6% cents. Come early, get the cream ol these offerines and save half and even more on some 2 While in the store, look round and you will find bargains everywhere. Are you going camping? If so, do not overlook our grocery department. We have everything you will need in the way ot eatable. I quality you know will be th...

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 September 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. VOL. VI. NO. 36. Auditor's Annual Statement Kittitas CoUrity, Was^ingtor). For the Year Ending June 30, 1899. fgnlnumber of acres Assessed (exclusive of town and city lots) 687)784 Totiloumber acres of improved lands 48,884 (due of acreage and Improvements 11,682,426 (ilieoftown aud city lots 1,065,851 Villi of Railway trackage and right-of-way 754,818 Vilie of railway personal property JO7.HH9 (dat of all other personal property 866.686 Total value of property In County fl,-'67,129 NO. OF MILES R'Y. TRACK ASSESSED--GREAT NORTHERN R'Y. CO- MtUoe « W-lOn Miles 6* Track 4 92-100 " NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO gain line 7K 60-100 Miles SldtMcks !» 31-100 " It if mining claims patentek and subject to taxation 17 Xo ol acres of patented mining claims 861 TAX LEVY 1898. Ststegecieral—mni!<2.7 12,880,10 » " school—mills 3 18,700,14 ■ » military—.2 M 8.84 • " Interest—.2 913,34 total Bute levy ~ ' 27.856.92 County r-urrent expense—mills 4 i8,20i*».77 » bond-mills 2.5 ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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