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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 1 March 1902

GOOD LIYIMU Is Often o Itouse of Bud Health. That bud health and good living often go together as cause and eflet i is ii piop '(sitinii which will be accepted at i nee by any practising physician. Connuon sense living would deluatld that we ate only when hungry and that f< oil should be chosen first for its nutritive value ami then for its palatablencss. So-called 'good living" reverses these rules. Meals are taken at stated hours without reference to hunger or physical require ntents. If appetite lacking, stiiuulat ing cordials or liquors are often Used to induce a false appetite. Food is nol chosen with regard to its nutritive value hut fur its pleasure to the palate. As a natural result the stomach is ov< r-loaded with a quantity of innutritions material and the body is deprived of its due nour ishment. Presently disease of the Stom ach and. digestive aud nutritive systems begins, frequently involving heart, liver. Moneys and other organs THE PROSPERITY OF AMERICA gives ev...

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 March 1902

Official Paper of Ellensbt.-rg. VOL. IX. NO. to. Tlie l>o>%-i* iStfiiicls foi' tlie best Interests of Elleiisbury; and Kittitas Valley. The Aftermath Stock-taking reveals the fact that I have ton many lots of (broken sizes) of CrIILDRENS' VESTEE Suits. These are three-piece suits, with vest buttoning behind. Also a lot of single suits, principally ages 6 and 7. No two ALIKE. Boys' two-piece (coat and panes) suits, some few with sailor collars. HERE Are a FEW No. 442"> one each, ages 4 and 5 former price $3 50 cm to $2 25 " 8470 " " " 3, 5, (( " 350 " 200 " 8320 " " " 3.5,0 " •' 400 . M v 200 " 220H " " " 8 and <i " " 475 " 300 '• 3378 •' " "3, fi, 7, 0 " '• 35.,"»0 v ,';. X 300 Boys two'pieoe fc*»itit:!*: Xo. 5228 eno each ages 11, 12, 11 former price 95 00 cul tos3 50 " 31M4 " " " 10, 11, J2, 18, 14 " 550 . " 350 " '>i»"«4 " " " 13, i t and IQ " 3no «• 200 If you arc interested, or expect to be, why not investigate—AND THAT SOON. Hav9 you seen the line of LINED MITTS...

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 March 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Entered Nov. ,">tb IS>4, at the Post office. Ellensburg. Washington, as entitled to second class |K>stal rates. One Year, (if paid in advance) $1.00 Office BOUth side Of Fourth Street, be tween Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddls block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. Join the Ellensburg club. Thkow your influence for the good of Kittitas valley. The opera house, a structure that we are all proud of, is a product and direct result of co-operation. Thk needs, requirements and the good of the whole city and valley, should be the chief consideration of every enterprise. Personal feeling and petty strife must lie relegated. The long sought club, a club that we have work hard and long to bring about has at last materialized. It is not only your privilege, but it is your duty, to join this club and aid it by your council in building up the best interests of city and valley. The homeseekers are coming in, a number arrived this week. The Dawn e...

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 March 1902

44 They cAre Coming" Our New Groocls .are Arriving Daily. The Local cP(ews. Ed Girard made a living trip to Jfak ima Sunday. A. H. StUlfauth visited iii Seattle over Sunday. Remember the ditch meeting on the 15th of March. F. M. McCully. of Olympla, was in the city this week. C. V. Warner returned from his vis it in lowa Monday. Heavy work horse for sale. In quire at this office. R. Lee Purdin is still in Tacoma hav ing his eyes treated. Another ditch meeting is called for Saturday, March 1">. Mrs. H. V. Hinman's condition 1 gradually improving. Snperior court will convene the lat ter part of this month. C. H. Gray came up from Toppenish this week on business. J. A. Bradbury is over from Idaho this week visiting bis family. Prof. Hiddleson is again in tlie em ploy of County Treasurer I'm din. John W. Olllam, of Easton, was down this week to attend the ditch meeting. Mrs. T. L. Henness has been suffer this week with an attack of neuralgia. The Baptists will begin a series of svang...

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 March 1902

THE TURN OF LIFE. its Probable Effecl on Woman Health and Happiness. Women look with apprehension upon that time generally known as tin "change of life." Observation lias shown them that sometimes that change is so far-reaching that it involves both mind and body in suffering. At such a time tlie mirror sometimes shows great changes in the lace; changes which mark the pain and Buffering which are being endured. Often, too, in these doloious days there is almost complete physical collapse. The suffering woman drops into a chair and with closed' eyes struggles against her weakness. The suffering of this critical period in woman's life often leaves its lasting scars on the mind as well as the body. This time of trial and trouble has been passed in ease and happiness by women who bad leurned the wonderful value of that woman's medicine, Dr. I'ierce's l'avorite Prescription. By the use of this remedy THE "CHANGE" IS CHANCED from a time of distress aud misery to a time of comfort and happ...

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. — 15 March 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. ix. I>o>x-ii MtetridLm for l>*?«t I*rt©r©»t» of Ellenaburs oriel Kittitas Volley. The Aftermath Stock-taking reveals the fact that I have too many lots of (broken sixes) of CHILDRENB' Vestee Suits. These are three-piece suits, with vest buttoning behind. Also a lot of single suits, principally ages 6 and 7. No Two ALIKE. Boys' two-piece (coat aud panes) suits, some few with sailor collars. HERE Are a FEW No. 44-"> one each, ages 4 and 8 former price •*.'! 60 col to W 26 " 8471) " " " 3, 6, (I " " 360 " 200 " 832!) '' il "3.6, II " " 400 " 200 " 2208 " " " .I and II " " 476 " 300 '• 3378 •' " " 3, 0, 7, I) " " 360 " 300 15t \vo=i)ieoe Stilts: No. 6220 eno earth ages 11. 11 rormer price Ifl 00 eul to $3 50 " 3184 " " •' 10.11,12,1.1.14 •' 660 " 360 " ii 0.14 " •' " 13, l » and 16 " :! oo •• 2fm If you are interested, or expect to be, why not investigate—AND THAT SOON. Hav9 you seen the line of LINED MITTS & GLOVES I am Offerin...

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. — 15 March 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. EnWred Nov. sth 18«4, al the I'ostoffiee, Ellensburg, Washington, as entitled to second class post al rates. One Year, (U paid i,, advance) 81.00 Office south side of fourth Street, be tween Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddis block, ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PA P Ii R. The apology to Ellensburg in the P. [.of Tuesday comes of very poor grace and smacks of adding insult to injury. Kittitas county has manufacturing enterprises with a combined capital of 1289,682, gives emplopment to 1)0 men who were paid wages to the amount of 875.768 for the year 11)00, according to t be census bullet in. The columns oi The Dawn are open to any one who desire to give liis or her views on a plan to put Kittitas under ir rigation. What we desire Is general expression and exchange of views and from such views a good plan may be evolved. Just Ugure on the cost of a telephone line extending from your farm to town, talk it over with those along the line who would be gl...

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. — 15 March 1902

Our French Pattern I l ji«i<l .-ill NOVELTIES in flCllS MIIvIvINEKV 1\ KRKIDEL «Sr CO. The Local cNgius. Spring Im- arrived. Bucb delightful weather. It It distressingly healthful now, A. Mires visited the Sound cities this week. The roads are getting fairly good again. Dr. Felch made a visit to CleElum this week. Mrs. L. N. McCann has been quite ill of late. It. Lee Purdln is expected to return home today. Blank lease* and bills of sale for sale at this office. E. S. Btewa.il has l>een somewhat in disposed this week. George Thomas of Thorp, was In the city visiting Monday. Mrs. Will J. Boyd is visiting near North Yakima this week. Dn't forget the ditcb meeting al the court house at 1:80 today. Perry Drug company will hereafter handle the Seattle daily Star. Win. Brannon, of CleElum, was down Tuesday to see the county treasurer. James Leslie of the Richmond paper company was Interviewing our buisuess men Wednesday. Marriage license was issued this week to Joseph Blewetl and Ma...

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. — 15 March 1902

IMMORAL It Has Certain • - tgcs Over The Kiluer . s»u.l Method Moral suasion, the appeal to the ra tional nature of man, is doubtless a very good thing. But it will not >■. ■• ;i --with immoral Buasion for indin ii; ness of thought or promplne- iol « ti v The burglar surprised in his ni I . ml requested to "please go awai will argue the ruse in the iorcefi I way. But when a pistol i: ;• . d in his face with the laconic order, '(let '" —he noes and stands not on the ord< i of his going The pistol, with its six .- ilirl arguments, is a wonderful persuader, and in the line of immoral suasion cannot he surpassed It is a reflection on man s reason that he often refuses to do what common sense dictates until he is forced to do it Common sense tells a man that he cannot live irregularly and keep his health He is warned and admonished time and again that hasty eating and irregular meals result in diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. But because Nature d...

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. — 22 March 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 12. Tlio 1 )n\vn Stands for tp-.e best Interests of lOHenshtiru mid ICittltasi Valley. The Aftermath Stock-taking reveals the fact that I Have too many lots nf (broken sizes) of VESTEE Suits. These are three-piece suits, with vest buttoning behind. Also a lot of single suits, principally ages 6 and 7. No two ALIKE. Boys' two-piece (coat and panes) suits, some few with sailor collars. HERE Are a Few No. 442*> one each, ages 4 and 5 former price $3 30 <'in in *2 2"> •• 8470 ■• •• •• ■">. 5,0 •• •■ '■> 50 " 2no " 8320 " " "3.5, 0 " •' 400 " 2 (HI " 2208 " " " 5 and ii " " 475 " '.I no '• 3378 •' " "3, 11, 7, I) " " 350 " 300 Hoys t\vo=pieee JSnSts: No. ">22ii ene each ages 11. 12, 11 former price to 00 cm los 3 ">ii " 31K4 " " " |0, 11, 12. 13, 14 '• ."» Sfl " 350 li 6084 " •' " 13, 14 and Ift " 300 •■ 2on If 3'ou are interested, or expect to be, why not investigate—AND THAT SOON. Hav9 you seen the line of LINED MITTS &...

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. — 22 March 1902

THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. Entered Nov. f>th IBu4.atthe Postofflee, Kllensburg, Washington, as entitled to second elans postal rates. One Year, (il paid iv advance *1.00 Office south side of Fourth Street, be tween Pearl and Main streets, real ol Geddts block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PA l> E R. THE DITCH MEETING. At the ditch meeting Saturday after noon, tbe report of the ways and means committee as submitted at a previous meeting and published In The Dawn, was adopted. There was a good attend ance and both propositions the high ami intermediate line dismissed, but as no one could speak with authority as to the high line, feasibility, cost of con struction, etc., etc.. although Mr. Bru tou submitted figures, he slated that he knew not as 10 practibility of the plan ami that no one could know until a sur vey was made. It was plain to see thai a majority of those present desired a high line ditch if it could be built, but question was. can it he built this sea son aud c...

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. — 22 March 1902

Our French Pattern II J. t\t\t\ mil 'NOVELTIES In ricVcs Miivivix T i:wv P. KRKIDEL <Sr CO. The Local c^teivs. J, M. Cummins visited Kennewick recently. Grandma Pulton leaves In n few days for the Methow valley. Rev Kenney preached al Teorp sun day morning and evening. t Mr. Longmire hastnovedtohls ranch a mile and a half east of town. C. H. Flummerfelt was on the Sound this week looking after business. A. H. Stulfauth, of the Capital, spent Sunday in Seattle with relatives. Father Sweens went up to lloslyn Saturday to hold set-vices Sunday. Adam Mogk hits been offered $3,500 for liis three lots in Sunny side addition. The health officer should now order a general clean-up of streets and alleys. George Sayles, our genial city clerk, has been somewhat indisposed of late. Mrs. Mary Wix and Mrs. Nora Mi- Irvin visited near Toppenish over Sun day. ('. R. Hovey is building a nice little darn on liis property near the Baptist church. For rent A live room house on 1 'earl and Manitoba s...

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. — 22 March 1902

HARNESS T. W. FARRELL Where you can get the Best Goods for the Least Money We can supply your Harness Wants Cheaper than any where else, Quaiity Consid ered, and Guarantee ALL HAND MADE Our 1902 Saddles Are now in the market, made to Order any Size, Tree or Style. Do not forget this the Depot for Whips, Robes. Spurs, Blankets, Race Goods, Boots, Pack Saddles, Pack Bags, Hobbles, Tents, Awnings, and Canvass. OILS always ON HAND SPRING BROOK MILLS. Saving started my mill. I am prepared in pay the highetii mark el price for all kind* <it grain. I alio have Flour, Feed and Chop for sale. Kverthing Flrot*clafM. Call and he convinced when wanting any thing in this lino VV. T. MORRISON, Prop. ELLENSBURG, pfIWCETT BROS. Removed to the Building formerl) occupied by the Ram say Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— Exclusive agents for the Tio-er tnd Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also all kinds of ...

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. — 29 March 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 13. • 'JTli*? 1 > oa.x" 11 iStandiii for l>t?«t liitfc?r , o!st>* of E&lle*i.st)U.X'f£ and Kittitas Valley. The Aftermath Stock taking reveals the fact that I have too many lots of (broken sizes) of CHILDRENS' VESTEE SUITS. These are three-piece suits, with vest buttoning behind. Also a lot of single suits, principally ages 6 and 7. No rwo ALIKE. Hoys' two-piece (coat aud panes) suits, some few with sailor collars. Space will not permit me to enumerate all. but HERE Are a Few No. 442") one each, ages 4 ami 5 former price *;> 50 cul to $2 2-"> " 8470 " " "3,5, (I " " 350 " 200 " 8320 " " "3.5, II " " 400 " 200 ii 2208 " " " "> and tl " " 475 " 300 '• 3378 •' " "3,0, 7, 0 " " 350 " 300 Is(»ys two>pieoe fts»nlts*: No. ">220 ene each ages 11, 12. 14 former price $S <to oul to 83 50 •• 3184 " " " 10,11,12,1:5,14 •' 500 " 360 '• 6054 " " " I.'!. 14 and Hi " :i 00 200 If ypu are interested, or expect to be, why not i...

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. — 29 March 1902

Entered Nov. :.tii 1894, :ii the Poxtofttee, miens burg, Washington, unentitled tosecondcliiss tx>st;d rates. Tkhms Pkh Ykah :::.:::: ¥1 -IMI OrrtoK: South Hideo! Fourth Street, between Penrl and Main Streets, rear ot QeddlN blocU. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. SHOOTS OFF HIS MOUTH. Fred Punsson was in Chicago recent v and as usual, could not resist tbe temp tation loopen his face and let the wind out. Poor boy, be could not help it, lie was born that way. He said: "Gentlemen, sometime ago, two poor fellows colored soldiers of the Ninth cavalry deserted and went over lo the enemy. They were caught and hanged. It WOUld be eminently more just -take this as you like, for I mean every word 1 say—if some of those al leged Americans who have lately sign ed a petition to congress asking for a conference with the Filipino leaders still in the lield were hanged and their memory forever execrated by the American people." WE desire to call the especial atten tion of our read...

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. — 29 March 1902

Our French Pattern II J. fiiul till NOVELTIES In rlalS MIIvWNERY P. KRKIDEL & CO. The Local cNeivs. Yesterday was Good Friday. Tomorrow Is Easter Sunday. J. C. Lloyd visited Yakima Monday. Superior court convens next Monday. Judge Rudkin »a> in the city tlii* week. County commissioners court convens April Ist. Mrs. J. T. Randall lias l»'i'n imlis posed of late. Win. Brannan, of CleElum, was in town Monday, ,T. H. Bmithson had 1600 fat sheep ■beared this week. 11. S. Elwood visited Sound cities on business Monday. The Terpsichorean club w ill give its dance on April 4th. W. H. Rader has returned from his visit to Adams county. Mr. and Mrs.RobC Stevens.of Thorp, were in the cltj Monday. C.V.Warner went up to CleElum Wednesday on legal business. Arthur L. Lambson has been promo tad to machinist helper In the N. I*. shop. Mrs. .T. 11. Sinclair ami son. of Spo kane, are visiiine her mother Mrs, 11. C. Ackley. James ti. Boyle spent a few lays in Seattle this week on business with 1...

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. — 29 March 1902

HARNESS T. W. FARRELL Where you can get the Best Goods for the Least Money- We can supply your Harness Wants Cheaper than any where else, Quality Consid ered, and Guarantee ALL HAND MADE. Our 1902 Saddles Are now in the market, made to Order any Size, Tree or Style. Do not forget this the Depot for Whips, Robes, Spurs, Blankets, Race Coods, Boots, Pack Saddles, Pack Bags, Hobbles, Tents, Awnings, and Canvass. OILS always ON HAND SPRING BROOK MILLS. I lav ing started my mill, I am prepared to pay the highest market price for till kinds of grain. I also have Flour. Feed and Chop for sale. Everthing .First-class, Call and I mvinced when wanting any thing in ibis line W. T. MORRISON, Prop. ELLENSBURG, FAWCETT BROS. Removed to the Building formerly occupied by the Rum say Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— Exclusive agents for the Ticer md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also all kinds of Garden...

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. — 5 April 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 14. The 13«>x-i\ stands for- ttoe best Interests of fintl ICittitCLS Vfilley. LATEST OUT New Styles. COL LA US Nome Better A* 25* Tlie lutqcnc T.Tcoscr; Collar (Co* LINEN WARRANT IMjif t« to CCcvtittt tha all Collars manufact ured by The Eugene P. Peyser Collar Co. of Glens Falls, N. Y„ the brands being, "Peyser." "Eugene" and "Morrison," are made of PURE LINEN aud are warranted as such. ' J. R. Morrison Vice Preside! and General Manager. Are you paying too much for your Collars ? If so Why? Are yours branded "Lhien" ? If not, Why ? The laws of New York strictly prohibit the brand ing of Collars "Linen" that do not contain any. The above Warrant speaks for itself. These are the ONLY GUARANTEED Linen Collars made, aud so far as I know, the only high brand Collars MADE FROM LINEN selling at 15c, 2 for 25c C. L. Collins, CLOTHIER. Che THE KLLKNSHURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, APR. 5, 1902. eiietisPiim A Government of, by and fo...

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. — 5 April 1902

Ivllcnslutvq Jlnum. Klltered Nov. Mh IS.I. 111 the t'ostoltU'C. Kllens tiurtr. VVuMhlatttoa. ttseutllletl to seeiiml class postal rales. Tkhms; Pan Yt'.Ali :::::::: tl.iki OKKU'R: South Hide of Fourth street, between I'earl and Main Streets, rear of ttettitls block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. CITY OFFICIAL PAP BR. A uoodly number of contributors to tho Inter-mountain Irrigation Associa t ion suggest i hat t he funds now on hand In' spent in advert isiuy matter deserlpt of Kllensburg and Kittitas valley, 'This is a good move ami if ii ran be properly managed, will result in much good It seems to us that a good plan would be to print a -tl-puge booklet, say 3x5 inches, just small enough to slip in an envelope nicely; use a few nice cuts, and make tlie remainder of the work J purely descriptive, with or without ad vertising matter. Then, put from2so ."iilll copies iii o\ cry business house to lie ! given out to customers, who might de sire to send them to their friends. In this way, ques...

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. — 5 April 1902

Our French Pattern M^l e ruici till XOVEHyTIES l«i IJ.l J . KBEIDEL <Sr CO. The Local cHeius. Commissioners court convenes next Monday. Henry Ram in, of Thorp, was iv town Tuesday. Fred (iiliuour. of lloslyn, was in town this week. Wm. Mack, of CleElum, was In tow n this week. The jury was railed to serve the court Wednesday. John and Joe Turner took their cat tle to the ranch Tuesday. Misses Cora Koch and Lulu Voice, of Swank, disitedin this city recently. Billy McEwen was in Monday and took out a line double seated carriage. Her. A. Martin will preach Sunday at 11 a.m.in the First Christian church. Thomas Maxey will attend the dog show in Seattle which opens Wednes day. Peter McCallum, of CleElum, was in town Tuesday shaking hands with old friends. Con Giezentanner lias charge <>f 0. W. Pautzke's gallery at CleElum fora short time. Miss Emma Francis has finished up her school near CleElum and returned to this city. Miss Mamie Burchard returned with her sister, Mrs. Sincla...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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