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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 July 1901

CAUGHT ON THE FLY A LL THE CURRENT NEWS As Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff. George Elliott is in the city this week. The county commissioners have bten in session this week. The high wind has delayed the Blacking of hay this week. Grain hay is worth about 18.50 per ton on board the cars. Seth Hannon spent a couple of hours in our city, Tuesday. Rev. Wm. Kenney delivered the oration at Roslyn yesterday. J. T. Brownlield, of Toppenisb, was up on business this week. \V. J. MoCaustland made a busi nsu trip to Tacoma this week. John Turner came dawn from theHayward to help make hay. Miss Emma Sharp was in town g short tin.c Monday afternoon. Henry Dewiscourt came home from Seattle to spend the fourth. A. Martin returned this week from a few days' visit in CleElum. C. V. Warner returned from his business visit to the Sound Monday. Rev. Win. Kenney preaches at Thorp Sunday at 11a. in. and 8 p. m. Melkim Turner last week bought of Sam Cauierotv, of Yakima, 6,000 head of sheep. Th...

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. — 5 July 1901

Yard I ud tk* Critic*. No outsiders, not even members of the press, were allowed to be present at rebearsals of Verdi's operas. "A production of a work of mine," said Verdi, "is an affair between that work and the public. I do not writs for the press, but for the public, who will sup port me if my work Is good or who will execute me If It Is not. I do not care for aught else." M. de Nevers thus de m ribes Verdi's attitude at a dress re hearsal of "Otello" In Paris, when tbe press was present against his wishes: "The critics -were all placed in tbe orbeille of the amphitheater, some ten rows of stalls having be *n cleaied away to make room for a table SM chairs for Verdi, Bolto and the direct ors. MM. Sardou, SteUhsc, Bale*?, Obin, the director of line art* end two or three dignitaries ssisflnUi of the Opera sat behind la the remaining rows of stalls. Among the critics were MM. Reyer, Bnmeau, Joneleres, Bel laigne, Pessard, Corneau and Sareey. The foreign press was represented by M. ...

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. — 12 July 1901

>co-. t j \dv«li»»ui u,|ls planted in The* Dawn niwnve bring" good r> turns'. J VOL. VIII. NO. 28. THE ELM of the dollar saved, sounds in every sent ence. The time to buy is when the other fellow wants to sell; that is just the frame of mind I am in. My stock is com plete in every de partment. Prices: of course the lowest. Duplicate if you can my line of $11 Ft HATS in Quality, Style And Price. C. L. Collins. Cbe eilensbum Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901. Our Motto: "A Government of, />>/ und for the People." THE STATE NORMAL Some Changes in the Faculty —Making Some Improve ments in Grades. The attention of the community is now called to th« readjustments tli-it are just now being made in the training department of the State Normal school. Tbe withdrawal from the faculty of Misses Grupe und Dickey is a loss which is deeply felt. Miss Qrupe's skillful management, su perior ability as an instructor, and especially her progressive and sy...

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. — 12 July 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY. sintered Nov. nth, 1894, at the postofflce, Kllenslniri', Kittitas enmity, Washington, us entitled to second-claw postal rates. line year, if paid in advance, $1.00 Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qeddia block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Can the failure of a number of eastern banks he charged up to the present MoKinley administration, or is it otdy a part of the unwritten law of nature? If (1 rover Cleve land was president, it would be charged up to him, When we have good times under republican rule, the party is sure to claim all the credit, even for good crops and fair weather, hut if it is the other way, they are all ready to deny that the administration has anything to do with it. A Very Hard Slap. The supreme court of Idaho has just handed hown (supreme courts always hand down their decisions) a decision that veterans at soldiers' home in that state have no right to vote! Fought for their cou...

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. — 12 July 1901

CAUGHT ON THE PLY ALL THE CURRENT NEWS As Chronicled by The Dawn's Repertorial Staff. B. K. Crnig was in town Satur day. C. H. King wns Tacoma this week. J. A. Bradbury is over in Tacoma this week. A. N. Dillon registered in Taco ma Saturday. Al Hodges, of Alaska, was in our city this week. Prof. Wilson returned jrom Olympia this week. Lie Purdin and family spent the fourth on the Wenas. Miss Mable Carscaden, was a Reslyn visitor recently. Milford Thorp was in town Mon day to Bee the ball game F. I). Sehnebley spent v few days in Walla Walla recently. The fanners are right in the midst nf the hay harvest now. J. T. Zook, of the Richmond pa per Co. was in town this week. Lloyd Ptirdin and family spent a few days in Yakima recently. Peter Bhu'er is now in charge of the Weed ifc Parker's meat wagon. F. F. McCaustland, of North Yakima, was in the city this week. The prevailing high wind has delayed stacking considerable this week. Judge Hud kin spent Saturday In flip ci.y looking after ...

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. — 12 July 1901

A Wild Ride. "When I was younger than I will ever be again," said the professor with a three story head and eyeglasses of the telescopic order, "I was the victim of such Intense mental abstraction that I removed myself entirely from the world of practical affairs. I was in the boundless realms of thought and paid but fleeting attention to the nctlvo field of human action. It was neees ■aryyto notify mo when I should attend tny classes, eat my meals and even when I should'retire. "I was ntione tlmo requested to lec ture in n Now England village and agreed to do so. The theme was one that had received my best thoughts, and tbo mere prospect of delivering it was a physical pleasure. When I ar rived at the depot, my thoughts were roncentrated upon the prepared ad dress. I realized that my train wns an hour late and that I must hurry, but beyond the mere fact of hurrying I did not grasp a detail. "'Drive fast!' I shouted to the driver of a dingy looking vehicle as I sprang In and handed ...

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. — 19 July 1901

'^ w^'w^'^'~v ~ ww »' WN y fjSHctraorclinary! J 5 ->~00- v j | Advertisements planted In The I \ Dawn always bring? good returns. * VOL. VIII. NO. 29. THE CUE of the dollar saved, sounds in every sent ence. The time to buy is when the other fellow wants to sell; that is just the frame of mind I am in. My stock is com plete in every de partment. Prices: of course the lowest. Duplicate if you can my line of $1.00 Ft ITS in Quality, Style And Price. C. L. Collins. Cbe Ellensbura Dawn. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS' COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901. Our Motto: "A Government of, by add for the ■People." Brief State cKeivs Sprague reports 3'>4 school chil dren. Tenino has an oil well 700 feet deep. Smallpox has broken out at Oak id ale. Chelan county fair dates are Sept. 3, 4, f> and 6. Carstens Bros, shipped 600 sheep to Nome last week. School census of Colfax shows a decrease in children. Centralia is to have a new school house, to cost !r'2,500. The run of fish in the Frazier ...

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. — 19 July 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. POBUSHBD EVERY PBIDAY. Kntered Nov. f>tb, 1594, at the poatoffice, XUentbure, Kittitas county, Washington, aseutitlcd to iecond»clasi postal rates. One year, it paid In advance, bI.W Office Routh tide of Fourth afreet, between Pearl anil Main -Ir-'it-, roar "f (eilu> block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Don't kick about ;i thing until you have tried to make it better. There is a growing independence in all political parties, and this, we consider, the hope of our country. The populist idea of money, that law, and law only, makes meney, is growing more popular year by year. Tbb people's party is being re organized in the middle and south ern states, and it is claimed that it will poll a larger vote in 1902 than ever before. Thsbk is much internal dissen tion, strife and wrangling in both the democratic and republican par ties, the thugs and thieves trying to ride rough shod over the rank and file of honest voters. AcoOBDIHG to the Ohio republi can platform, neit...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 July 1901

The Local cfXews. Beautiful weather. K«ad C. H. King's letter. The hay harvest goes merrily on. Hay hands are worth $1.50 per d»y- Nsw potatoes are selling at 2 cts. par pound. L. T. Castor returned from Yak ims Tuesday. Judge liudkin held court here a | eW hours on Tuesday. Harry Frost has a new fence along the front of his yard. Don't forget tbe pioneer's picnic jtgligir's grove August Bth. If you have any fault to find with the weather here let us refer jou to Kansas. Rev. Kenney sold a nice bunch of fat hogs to 15. S. Weed on Mon day at $5 per hundred. Woi. Craig and wife, of Sentinel Point, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Randall this week. Mrs. J. B. Davidson and Miss Lillian Schnebly returned Tuesday from the Buffalo exposition. A.J. Sliger has taken the initia tive in the pioneer picnic business. Let the thing be a grand success. W. L. Zetzsc.be made his first visit to Yakima the first of tbe week and assisted in the ball game. Ed LiJdell and diet Becker were in the Nanum ca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 July 1901

Sister City News, CLE-ELUM G. L. Davis and R. H.Drew were up from Ellensburg this week. Frank Hardwick, of Ellensburg, visited his brother-in-law and sis ter, Mr. and Mrs Frank Martin last Sunday.—Miner. ROSLYN. Frank Riddell and Guilford Wil son, of Ellensburg are assisting on the inventory at the company store this week. Will Craig was down to Ellens burg the Fourth. His brother returned with him and remained over Sunday—Miner. PROSSBR. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Spaulding have gone to their home at Everett where Mr. Spaulding expects to go into business for himself in the near future. Albert Tjossem, of R. P. Tjossem & Son, flour millers of Ellensburg. was in Prosser Tuesday on busi ness. He visited the Record fami ly while in town. The Central Washington Log- Roiling association has sent two four-horse teams to haul out sever al big logs for the rolling contest which will take place on the state fair grounds, Friday July 26. Teams are expected from North Yakima, Zillah, Sunnyside, E...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 27 July 1901

! j Advertisements planted in Thbl ; n A wN always brings good returns. £ VOL. VIII. NO. 30. HOT WEATHER IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 in the shade, or in top of a twenty story building? The man on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in SUMHER UNDERWEAR, if you are not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 G.—Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — French Neck — Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Drawers —Sateen Faced —Twin Needle Stitched —'earl Button;:: 25 cents. Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing in Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men's Best Combed Egyp tian Cotton Shirts —French Neck —Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts—Pearl But tons —Knit Cuffs. Drawers —With 3-button Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen — Hold-up Straps —Taped Seams — Knit ankles —(Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy at 50 cts. a garment, $1.00 a suit These two Numbers are made by one of the oldest Underwear Mil...

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. — 27 July 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. roßUsuso kvkry raiDAY. Entered Nov. Mb, 1804, at tbe postnfficfl, Sllenshurjc, Klttfta* uounty, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rales. One year, If paid in advance Office smith side of Fourth street, between I'cnrl aud Main streets, rear of Geddia block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. A Surprise Farty. A most enjoyable suprise party was given by Miss Donna Priyett on Wednesday evening in honor of Misses Ethel and Minnie Arm strong of Ballard. Those present were: Misses Edith Baird, Nellie Flumtnerfelt, Edna Craig, Ethel Elliott, Hazel Benson, D'Lane Ilin man, Willie Hardwiok, Leo Bos lock, Nellie Brant, Bessie Wampler, Delia Collins and Maude Li Idell. Messrs. Joe Moriell, Chester Becker, Mannie Kreidel, Abe S. Kreibcl, Roy S ayles, Chet Sayles, Homer Davidson, Claud McKee, K-enith Collire, Archie Wishard, Arthur Williams, Emil Dcwiscourt, Ray Flummerfelt, Ted Bostock, and Fred Boss. Ellensburg Gun Club. Monday evening a number of tlio gunners of Ellens...

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. — 27 July 1901

The Local ch[ews. John Shoudy spent Sunday in CleElum. S»m Kleinbcrg is over from Se ttle this week. E. E- Wager was in CleElum tbe first of the week. Mrs. Harry S. El wood returned Monday from Tacoma. YV. F. Patterson of Blewett, is in the city for a few days. Mrs. L. B. Palmer went over to the Sound on a visit this week. Mrs. D. W. Morgan returned from a visit to Yakima Tuesday. Dr. Bean and family are on the ocian beach for a month's outing, Both creameries, the Ellensburg M d Kittitas, report a good bttsi- \V. T. Sheldon in baling his bay cror> on his west side ranch this week. Hay remains tirm and steady at #>od figures, timothy going at $10 per ton" A. T. Gregory left Tuesdy for Westport where he will spend bis vacation. Plenty of berries, and, in fact, all kinds of fruit are plentiful on tbe market now. David Ramsay and wife are on the coast. Mrs. Ramsay will re main all summer. T. A. Davis, proprietor of the Yakima Marble works, was in the city the past week. A. S. Ran...

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. — 27 July 1901

Sister City News* CLK-ELUM Geo. Wright, a capitalist of El lensburg, was in town a few days this week. Mob 6 Kmerson is remodeling and repainting lii» residence, now occu pied by Joon A, Balmer. Geo. lienton passed through here from the Swauk to Ellensburg lust Monday. The line man for tbe Northern Pacific, 0. Norling, of Ellensburg, was repairing the wires in this neighborhood last Monday. Each and all of the saloons have signed a contract to forfeit $10.1)0 for every drink they give James Ore better known as "Garfield." E. E. Wa-er, one of Elleneburg's legal lights, was up one day this week to go fishing. Geo. Box, of Ellensburg called on his old friend Lewis Spuaker, Monday. Quite a curiosity can be seen in Theron Stafford.- drug store. It is an orange tree loaded with small oranges. Geo. Borden, of White Bluff on the Columbia Uiver passed through here with a band of horses for the Bound market last Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Martin were at Roslyn last Wednesday. Master Dexter Ar...

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. — 3 August 1901

Advertiiementß planted in TheJ Pawn always brings good returns. ] VOL. VIII. NO. 31. tIOT WEATHER IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 iv the shade, or in top of a twenty story building? The man on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in SUMHER UNDERWEAR, if you are not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 Q.—Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — French Neck - • Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Drawers —Sateen Faced —Twin Needle Stitched —Pearl Buttons: 25 cents. Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing in Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men's Best Combed Egyp tian Cotton Shirts —French Neck —Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts —Pearl But tons—Knit Cuffs. Drawers—With 3-button Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen — Hold-up Straps—Taped Seams — Knit ankles —( Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy r;t 50 cts. a garment $1.00 a suit These two Numbers are made by one of the oldest Underwear Mills in t...

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. — 3 August 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. I'i'BuaiisD k\ titv ritiUAV. Kntered Nov. sth, 18M, at the postofflci. KHetmburg, Kittita* county, Washington, an entitled to suooud-olaaa postal rales. One year, if paid iv advance, $I.ot Office south sitleof Fourth street, betweei I'earl and -Main streets, rear of Ueddi block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR Riverside Notes. Perry Clematis and faintly and Miss Katie Sourer spent tlie week near Easton they report lots of fun and plenty of m 'Untain trout. Mrs. Finnelson and daughter, Bessie, and son, Jasper are visiting Mrs. Shoemake. Miss Bessie will remain through the summer. Miss Flora Thorp, of tho Tanum, was in our city Wednesday. Simeon P. Lewis, of the Wenas, is visiting his brother W. Lewis. F. L. Hartman, of Roslyn was a visitor in Yakima recently. Mrs. E. Bryant, of Roslyn, was visiting her sister Mrs. Patchett. Miss S. 1). Howard closed a very successful term of school on Friday and expects to return to her home in Seattle this week. Mrs. Mary Jones, of Yaki...

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. — 3 August 1901

The Local c/\ews. pioneer picnic, Aug. 22. ffhat About tho street fair? The circus conies on the Bth. Don't forget the Pioneer picnic. The board of equalization meets ■ist Monday. jln.VanGer.en is spending a few tylia Seattle. jhe Pioneer picnic has b3en put (f f until August-22d. r OV Ellison, of Thorp Prairie. ip ent Sunday in the city. Both bands will play at the Pio neer picnic on August 22d. Rev. Kenney preaches at Thorp Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8 p. u». j, F. Denton is building a nice residence on bis property near tbe normal. The new crossing in front of the poit office is a good one, also tbe culvert. Bro. Stulfauth got a r»ood word for Kittitas in Monday's P.-I..while in Seattle. Take in the Pioneer picnic Aug. °2, you may not be able to attend the next cue. The saloon fixtures for tho new iiloon of Packwood it Simpson ire expected daily. Billy Beers has moved into his property recently purchased from Chae. Vanßuskirk. F. L, Calkins, the new principal of our public school, a...

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. — 3 August 1901

AT ELIISBE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 ARENIC attractions unparalleled. Miss Edna The only lady in America today who turns a complete somersault while riding a bareback horse. Read What the Papers Say: Omaha Boe, June (>—" Never In Ihe history of shows h,\= then' been such a throng of people under one tent as greeted Sells it Gray's famous production here yesterday. All sponk of it in the highest of terms. A3touaded ths Editor. Editor S. A. Brown, of Bonnets-1 vifle, S. C, was once immensely j surprised "Through long fuffering fromtn dyspepsia," he writes, "my I wife was greatly run down. She hud no strength or vigor, and suf fered great distrers from Iter stom J ach. but she tried Electric I'itters which helped her at once, and after using lour bottles she is entirely 1 well,can eat anything. It's a grand tonic, and its gentle laxative quali fies are splendid for torpid liver." For indigestion, loss of appetite, stomach and liver troubles, it's a I positive guarantend cure. Only 50c, at...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 August 1901

y IX : Advertisements planted in Tuv.i \ J AWS slwfcye^ff^^^ VOL VIII. NO. 32. HOT WEATHER IF THIS IS HOT WEATHER, What must it be where it is 107 in the shade, or in top of a twenty story building? The man on the sidewalk must be Hotter, conse quently He is interested in if you are not. You should be at the Prices I am offering. No. 2488 G. —Men's Grey, Ribbed, Cotton Shirts and Drawers. Shirts — French Neck — Silk Trimmed Front —Pearl Buttons: Drawers —Sateen Faced —Twin Needle Stitched —Pearl Buttons: Sizes 30 to 50. Same thing in Boys at the same price. No. 2586 or 2596 Men's Best Combed Egyp tian Cotton Shirts —French Neck—Plain or Silk Trimmed Fronts—Pearl But tons—Kuit Cuffs. Drawers —With 3-button Fly, Faced with best quality of Sateen — Hold-up Straps—Taped Seams — Knit aukles —(Best of all,) Double Seated. These you can buy at 50 cts. a garment, $1.00 a suit These two Numbers are made by one of the oldest Underwear Mills in the country. You buy same as sold where it's hott...

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. — 10 August 1901

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN PVBLIBHKO RVKHY FRIDAY. Entered Nov. Bth. 18M, at tbe postofflci IStlensbunr, Ktttftas county, Wa»btnittoi an entitled to ieooud-ula«u postal rates. One year, tf paid in advance, $1.0 Office south t>ide of Fourth street, bet wee. Pesrl iujU Main meets, rear of Ueddi block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR It is indeed very gratifying to v to have so many people voluntary congratulate us on the great im provement made in Thk Dawn it the way of local and state news Not just a few, bnt dozens hav< called or stopped us on the street with SUch expressions as: "It i the leading paper of central Wash ington." "Never saw a better oi more newsy country paper." ". knew you could give us the news.' "It excells any paper in the coun ty." "It gives us farmers just tin news we want.'' "It is the paper.' "It is clean morally, reliable and edited with care and ability." "Ii is a credit to our town and in fact the whole county." "It is the pro pressive and enterprising paper ot the ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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