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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 November 1899

THE MISSION OF AMERICA seed of tbe church, then too every drop of blood shed in fair Cuba, beautiful Porto liicoand the I* and stems of the sea are seeds, whose glorious fruitage and rich blossoms will be a grander and completer fulfillment .if America's great mis sion, livery pain endured, every agony sustained, are stones in thisj fair temple weare erecting. Every vacant tin-side, every aching heart are pillars in this cathedral of Cod. '•The tears that glisten on the cheek as we think of those who went ami never returned arechrys tals hrough which we see more clearly the nation that is to he, because of this sacrifice. Every | soldier who has come back perhaps with enduring wounds, may be with shattered health, may lift his; head with pride as he remembers that his patriotism and fidelity has been a stepping stone on which this nation will mount to higher things. On the eternal scroll of the nations heroes your names will be inscribed. But greater than all in tbe hearts and homes...

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 November 1899

MIA LukMU wins C'ASCAKETS for EiSirlilcli I have been afllicied for Ei.fon.and I can say that Cascarets Cm more re lief than any other reme- Cwr tried. I shall certainly recom t umr friends as being all they are X" TBOS. OILLARD, KiKin, 111. jW CATHARTIC L hliltble. Potent. Taste Good. Do Ml IU r Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 2oc. 50c. EH CONSTIPATION. ... Ckktf c. MMtreat, Rcw York, 316 HatloM and guaranteed by all drug- HP |bu to (TIE Tobacco Habit. Lto/ Maine. kite years afro I was all run n, weak, exhausted; had ligation, constipation, and riyjtem was debilitated in Krii Physicians did not help ird I began taking; Dr. kV Nervine. Now, I am iitll as ever, chat. a. white, m, BUU of Maine, Gardiner, Me. 99 OR. MILES' Restorative ervine mid brail druggists on guarantee, •bottle benefits or money back. Won bean and nerves sent free. hMttoal Company, Elkhart, Ind. """tsgift ud Smoke Tour Life Away. ! B'*f* 0 «»slly and forever, be mag- i nerve and vigor, take No-To-! , ™Wf-worker, that makes...

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 November 1899

s = {Store. Pear Street, - - Ellensburg*. Washington. Every day and all the while we want you trade, We don't expect to get it by well written advertisements or smooth talk behind the counter. All <>ur hope in getting business rests on doing better lor out customers than other dealers, I> not that a pretty good basis on which t<> build a business? It is the plan we have worked on since this store was started, and it is winning new customers every day. As the store becomes larges and better, our facilities for doiny better by our cnstomrrs becomes more prominent. This season is no exception to the rule. While our stock is larger than ever belore, there has been no lesa pains taken in its selection. We invite your inspection ol the new fall goods. You will not find any old timers. That is one of the advantages in tradine at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock, confidence in I .Millions Given Awry. It is certainly gratifying to the public to know ot one concern in ...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. IVOL. VI. NO. 47- fINANCfAL EXHIBIT. juksbubo.Wash., Nov. 10.1899. |iG«iieral Committee on the re pot 00. H met in Commercial tnonuat 8 p. m., Judge J. B. (Unn in the chair. trUlla paid and deficit in appro val the following amounts were Hi tod ordered paid: Simon P. pity 12.35; C. B. Graves, deficit IforMtion appropriation, $12.00; naonng Dalance of street decor pj,unoant set aside, 91.00. k) following reports were pre yind approved: inUwis, Chairman Finance Com- - $408.25 • Dance - • 142.60 Tlttl - - «550.75 ■adttorea . . 532.51 kkaee - 918.24 hdl expenditures, vouchers, duly rifled, were presented to thecom as. Hie following is an itemized Itftheaame as furnished by the tan of the several committees: tan P. Fogarty, Chairman Decor ■ Committee. Wdel 4 Co., bunting s 9.83 Unwell " 11.00 ETUbott " 22.12 Uringer " 6.00 Ifflkon " 2.60 C Spalding " 2.80 tadbury, errand boy .50 \m charges 4.55 Ifbeeler, paper 3.00 taw, evergreens 20.00 iHombeck, nails, etc. .50 i*. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

2 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. Nemsy Letters From all Points of the Globe. TH< »RP. some would gladly welcome the snow in preference to BO much racist earth. J. M. Newman baa been Visiting I on tne Sound this week. Mrs. Davi-, ol Easton, has re turned home after a lew day* vit* iting friends of this place. Frank Hutchinson came down from CleElum Sunday. The barbec shop .-till continue* to prosper. Everybody likes him —George—and take pleasure ill giving him a call. Should a stranger pay a visit to Thorp tnese evenings be wuuid think we were in the nucleus >f a 00 jtll. Pupils who were neither absent or tardy in the advanced depart ment for the second month of school are: Zola Thorp, lone Gordon, Maggie Duncan, Sadie McGinn is, Lillian Orndoff, Adah Mills, Roy Veach a d Lewis Ellison. Tlie name of those in the pri mary room who have this rec ird wiil he given next week. The Odd Fellow and Rebeka 1 "li/es .-till continue to increase their membership at an encour aging rate. An univer...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

FLYNN'S "NEW WAY" SHO STORE. WE THINK WE HAVE THE BEST SHOES IN THIS CITY FOR THE Miffit] ■ If any one of our many friends here, will t.-ll us of better ones, we will be greatly obliged and procure them at once. %M •Cash, save all Qisoounts, and if you buy them from us, we feel thai you will be greatly pleased, AND BUY AGAIN. "Thitli J • get in' see.'' I This is Our No. 325 Plump Black vici Kid EXCELSIOR. This is a Young Ladies' School Shoe, I wear Flynn's $3.00 Shoes, The Best Shoe Made. Lace, (roodyi-ar Well Soles, Outside BnekStay. Xiii Top Facing, •oooil Plump Sii!< $3.00 Plump Dong, 11' avy Sole, Machine sewed. Cloth and Ki<l Top $2.25 This Is Oir No. 51 Cordivena Calf Sal's., we Also Have a shoe for B acksmiths, Machinists, nay Balers, Etc. HEAVY "IONE" CALF Four Heavy Soles, Creederuore out, that at $2.50 is the "Cheapest Shoe on Earth for Working Man." FINE VICT KID HalMl Calf lined. < ioi id yen r Wei i sole, Outside b'lck-ftH y. I loiible soK . Sijua re edge. The ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

Branch Office in Ellenshurg. Drs. Williams A Smith of San Francis - *ho have for 20 years past visited Bteosburg representing tlie National judical Institute with divisions at San (y wc isco,lndiaiiapolis and Philadelphia, miking a specially of chronic and sur |nl affections have decided to open an jjjje in Ellenburg. Heretofore they lute limited their stay to a few days and B ij treated surgical affections and such dironic diseases as could be handled mecewtully from their home otliee, hut tbi! time they are prepared to remain ■ndtreat all cases at their otliee here. Heir specialties include all crippled md deformed, embracing diseases of the hip,knee ami ankle joints and curvature o [thi' spine. All affections of eye, ear, note and throat including catarrh with deilness and ringing in the ears, all pain ful affections of the stomach, iiver, heart md lungs. All chronic female diseases md all diseases or weakness peculiar to the male. Our new Klectro-Oxygen treat sent is the only su...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

4 THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED KVKitV FRIDAY. ■Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tlie postoffloe, Elleneburg, Kittitas enmity, Wasbington, hs entitled to second-class postal rates. OFFICIAL <orSTY PAPER. One year, if paid In advance, $1.00 Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets rear of Qeddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Revolutions never go backward —they must forge ahead. Thk people's party elected quite a number of county officers down in Colorado. Ik we are not badly mistaken there is a stronu under current in this state in all parties to have Direct Legislation. There must be engrafted in man that which will divinely awaken his spiritual faculties before he be comes a Christian. 'It will take nine years under existing representative system in this state to submit a new constitu tion to the people." —C. E. Cline. AND since "by our words we are justified," shall we not guard our thoughts and so bridle our tongues that there may be peace and har mony ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

faeral Local News. i,ni Shaw is all right in his way lie would not he in it on Dec. 5. today hours will be observed ihe postoflice on Thanksgiving f.3oth. j,Martin returned from Menan, j,o, yesterday where he spent i jammer- Ihe baby elephant is coining well tohis work. Never saw such a i "casts" before. Goto Hornbeck's for Washburn Kieobale ties if you want them ,(•125 per bundle. TV Ladies Aid Society of the jtiin church will serve a good dr Thanksgiving afternoon. Ilfllaojiid, program is prepared Ltwry night of St. Andrew's Lph bazaar, Dec- 5 to Dec. 9. The old setUers predict an open iter,but all signs, fail in the gor dry weather, don't yer Erf Don't forget the grand ball to be jm by the Ellenshurg camp of |Htrn Woodmen of America at Inwry hall. Don't think that Thanksgiving fay is the only day of the year. Ibere will be a good time again on Ik, 5; opeuing of St. Andrew's ■tech bazaar. Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Newland of Goldendale who spent a week or sore with their son —Dr. Newland...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

6 County Commissioners Doings, In the matter of petition of J. A Year wood et. al. for the vacation of a portion of the Indian John Road : The Board after considering the peti tion of J. A. Yearwood et. al., for the vacation of a portion of the Indian John Road and finding that a good and suf ficient hond accompanied said petition, orders that portion of the Indian John Road vacated as follows: i mimencing al a point on the county, road leading from Ellenshurg to Cle Hl inn ami Roslyn, where the County road know as the Williams Splaw ramen-, ees, running tin-nee in a northwesterly I direct "ii across Thorp Prarie and ending i at a point where the Willi,mi hplawn roa! eading from Ellenshurg toCIeKI am, the whole distance being about two j ml lee In the in .ttrr of making levies mail district*, that no elections A-tin- following road district havingi held no election, therefore tin- Hoard hereby makes the following levies of the respective districts. i Road District No. -. Lew of 4 mi...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 November 1899

kTFORTHE [BOWELS I—tiiMslar, healthy movement or tbe KSu.JOU're tick, or will be. Keep your ■fi°2d be well. Force, in the sUapeof ■ftor Dill poikoii, is dangerous. The ■f2d«i.mo«t perfect way of keepin«the KJSltlwnlstotake Jp) cathartic L Piliuble. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good, Ease»ken.or(lrlpo. 10c, 20c. 50c Write md booklet ou health. Addrebs Hour blood glean Lm/if Relief* In years ago I suffered se wlyfrom neuralgia and pal pUtionof the heart. I was ulle to do light housework. Nptbing brought relief until I 10k Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. 3 ottles removed all trace cf my fcrder and I now feel like a WWOman. M;*. J. O. Houston, 168 S. Water i-it.. Exeter, N. H. " I DR. MILES? neart Cure W !, , a " druggists on guarantee Wbottle benefits or money back. "Woo heart and nerves sunt free, fm Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. ■nWstto Spit sad Smoke Tour Mfc Away. I£! tol>acco easily and forever, be mag "jnllot life, nerve and vigor, talte No-To- that makes wcalt men "» AU druggists, 50c or 1...

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. — 24 November 1899

8 - General = Store, Pear Street, - - Ellensburg, Washington. Every day and all the while we want you tradJ We don't expect to get it by well written advertisements or smooth talk behind the counter. All our hope in getting business rests on doing better for out customers than other dealers, Is not that a pretty good basis on which to build a business? It is the plan we have worked on since this store was started, and it is winning new customers every day. As the store becomes larges and better, our facilities for doing better by our cnstomers becomes more prominent. This season is no exception to , the rule. While our stock is larger than ever belore, there has been no less pains taken in its selection. We invite your inspection ot the new fall goods. You will not find any old timers, That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stock, confidence in Millions Given Awry. It is certainly gratifying to the public to know oi one concern in the land wh...

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 December 1899

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. | L .VI. NO. 48. if wm\. rent Things Used Fori larrency In Ages Past. [Senator Jones of Nevada.) myhe not uninterestinL' in (innei'tion to liave a general rfthe materials which, at ilif tepochs of the world's hist >ry, been used as money. I there present v tabular statement |.(bose particulars in ehrono il order. C,1900, Palestine, cattle and mdsilver,bv weight. Arabia. md silver coins. Phoenicia. md silver and copper coins. Bcia colony in Spain, gold, 4*ll - md copper coins, (some still *) ,C„ 1200, Phrygia coins, by n of People. C, 1184, Greece, brass coins. ,C,862, gold and silver 'oins, Won. ■C, ;00000, Roinc, brass, by jH1C.,578, Rome,copper coins, ■fine uncertain. Carthage,leather ■firchment first "paper ■!.(., 491, Sicily, gold coins by ■k(Mmestill extant.) ■l. ft, Persia, gold coins, by Dar ■ (I*o still extant.) ■8.C..475, Sicily, gold coins, by ■Ho(some still extant.) 8H.C.,407, Athens, debased gold ■V foreign. BBC., 400, Spirt a. iron, overval l'.C....

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 December 1899

2 *■ >M tut - A SILO GOVEHNOR. 6hiiu« ut All Tiiuefl Hie Temperature unci Condition «>r Silage* Mr. K. M.Coloortl believes be has ado vice which will make perfect ensilage without heat, fermentation, foul odor, rot, mior any waste He declares that cows will eat 7"i to 85 pounds a day of ensilage preserved by his Invention and leave none, He gave the following drawings, with uu interview, to a mem ber of The Rural New Yorker staff. Mr. Colcord says of the arrangement) 1 "It is really a Bet of one inch iron pipes, Wttfa one-eighth inch holes six inches 1 FIG. I—SILO GOVERNOR, apart, within three to four feet of every part of the ensilage. These pipes convey the air under the bottom of the silo to the outside. We also put another gov ernor upon a skeleton platform through the center of the forage, with a perpen dicular pipe coming up through the for age to the tup. It is all shown in the out. Fig. 1 shows the pipes at the bot tom, which are joined in a frame, with an outlet or dr...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

{ranch Office in Ellensburg. L Williams «i Smith San Francis-] ( bo have for - ' years ; ist ■ isited [ basburg representing: the National j jical Institute with divisions a: San i)cisco,lndiauapo'.is and Philadelphia, ting* specialty of chronic and sur laffections have decided to open an ! a in Heretofore they ' »limited their stay to a tew days and surgical affections and such moic disease? as could be bandied Kjssfully from their home orflee. but ftiine they are prepared to remain [treat all cases at their office here. «r specialties inelnde all crippled ddetormed. embracing diseases of the p,sn<>e ami ankle ; :• •- . ■ irvatu [thespine. All aff- lions of . ear, Hind throat me: tiding catarrh with ÜBeaaandrimftriktin tiieears.a ipain iffectionsof the stomach. ii\er. heart Hikings. All chronic female liseases »J all disease- or weaki --- : - : : ir I linale. Our neu I" - tt •< >xtre it ■tnt is the only -'ire :'<n nervous Itbility and sexual weakness i .ye dlUarrant ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

4 iHE ELLENSBURG DAWN. I'UBLtHHED aVBBT H:II>AY. Entered Nov. Bth, 1*.4, at the postotiice, Elleniburtc, Kittitas county, Wasliinifton, aa entitled to ieeond*elaai poatal rates. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. *w year, if paid In advance $1.00 Oißc south tide of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main street.-, rear of Ueililis Wools. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Talk Direct Legislation. Si attkr Direct Legislation liter ature. Sow the seed and spread the Light. With Direct Legislation the peo ple can enact any law they may desire ami can appeal any obnox ious i ne that they wi-ti. Oi it republican friends are posi tive that Uncle Sam's word is as gond as his bond, and his bond as good as gold, but his noU —oh. well, that is mighty dangerous stuff. In the great campaign of 1900 you must either take one side or the other in the great battle between the people and the money power. You must either be for the people or against them. —— fhe whole of the law-making power is vested in the people unde...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

General Local News. A splendid program is prepared fa every night of St. Andrew's (torch bazaar, Dec 5 to Dec. 9. Jjv. J. D- Cook, who has been anting many of our neighboring m t returned to this city last nek. The "oldest inhabitant"has never uperienced such weather as we are luting, since—well we have forgot- Ktwhen. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Monahan nre in the city Tuesday. Of course John called to see us and tell us of In. Monahan's return. C.J. Vanderbilt who has been a indent of Kittitas for a number of years, has moved to Puyallup and vengaged in the livery business. Mrs. Sam Pearson and daughter fcarland Ethel Pillman, who have leeavisiting on the Sound for the [Btmonth, returned home Satur diy evening. Geo.Snodgrass and wife are going impend the winter in lowa at Mr. goodgrase's old home. J. A. Mod ikao is to run the ranch during Mr absence. F.C. Barnhart has sold his sheep to Morris Turner, and will engage in fanning and cattle raising. He seently bought twenty head of foe milch ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

t) 111 tlin l iir North. The thane of Coon creek perceived, th« moment All'reda entered the room with a delicate flush upon her check, that At hcl Starts, the bowlegged, bad been calling again. "What, lio, daughter!" exclaimed the old warrior. With lowered glance, and trembling limbs Bhe advanced. "Pa," site murmured timidly, "hu htu apoken." The parent turned pale with sudden fore boding. "What said the youth?" ho sternly de manded. "fie asked me if I could return" She faltered. The great drops of per ■piration stood upon the brow of the chief tain. "What, child? Speak, 1 command youl' '•Hi- love," said the maiden, simply, A great sigh of relief broke from the lips of t he i liane. "Ha!" he cried. "Then he Mid naught ol thi > . Ila I borrowed of him last week! Return liin lover That were dead easy." In his joy the proud father bought WM ' it\\\ for the crowd. Puck. Plenty i>l Her. The great scarcity of servant girls In Boston has led ' >t he Importal lon of a con ■iderable...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

fIOfESSIONAL CARDS—ATTORNEYS. iHOL I. CRAVES. IRA P. ENOLEHARI Graves & Englehart, LjTORNEYH AT LAW. kiKEs: Ellensburg and North \ akima. p. Vincent. ilttoiiicij St £cuv, (ill practice in all 'no Courts of the Ikte. Office : u the Davidson Block. ILENSBURG, WASH lihes & Warner, flttcmctji at £cuu, (ill practice in all the courts of the ate. Office in Geddis Block. iIENSBURG, WASH fjiFISHBURN, D. D. S. DENTIST. KTJmeF: Upstairs over brick bank, corner Pearl ami Fifth Street. MKrfR'S ENGLISH I£K>IKDY ffllJ *TOP V. COUGH luttime. aud will cure the worst colli in fNulli'urg. or moncv refioiite'l. -.".cents ami Mb. Sold By H. S. Elwood, druggist. (2) Men's Oil Grain Routs at Den- HE HAD ENOUGH. IBrtakcn Husband Who Wanted Hit Money Hack. Imiabowlegged, jaybird heeleddarky, •tow 4 feet high. He shuttled into aHirri&on street court, and nfter having kjudge pointed out ambled up to him Slbashtul sortot way and shifted from Kfoottothe other for full five minutes •111 the judge...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 December 1899

8 Wilson's - General = Store. Pear Street, - - Ellensburg', Washington, Every day ancL a ll i he while w< j w ant youtrarjd We don't expect io get it by well written a Ivertisements or smooth talk behind the counter. All our hope it: getting business rests on doing better lor oni customers than other dealers, Is not that a pretty good basis on which t-i build a business? It is the plan We have worked on since this store was started, and it is winning new customers every day. As the store becomes larges and better, oui facilities foi doing better by our customers becomes more prominent. This season is no exception to the rule. While our stock is larger than ever before, there has been no less pains taken in its selection. We invite your inspection n| th •n< w fall goods. You will not find any old timers, That is one of the advantages in trading at Wilson's. We have confidence in our stink, confidence in DISCOVERED BY A W OMAN Another great discovery has hi en made, and that too...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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