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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 5 April 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 Goods, Boots, Pack Saddles, Pack Bags, Hobbles, Ten.s, Awnings, and Canvass. OILS always ON HAND SPRING BROOK MILLS. I also have Flour, Feed and t hop for sale. Kverthing First-class. 'Call und be convinced when wanting any thing in this line W. T. MORRISON, Prop. KLLENSBURG, pAWCETT BROS. Removed to tlie Building formerly occupied by the Ram say Hardware Company where we keep ihe Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— Kxclusive agents fm- the Ti»"er md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also all kinds of Garden, Field and Grass Seed sold iv quantities from one ounce up. mmm mmm mmm S( nd for "nr hand- ...

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 April 1902

Official Paper of Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 15. Tlie Dawn Stands for tlae I>e«t Interests of Ellensburg <iu<l Klttltfts Volley. LATEST OUT New Styles. Tljc lutgcnc T.lVoscv Collar (To. LINEN WARRANT (Tllitf t-5 \0 CCcvtifii that all Collars manufact ured by The Eugene P. Peyser Collar Co. of ( '.lens Falls, N. V., the brands being, "Peyser." '-Eugene" and ''Morrison,'' are made ot Puke Lixkn and are warranted as such, J. R, Morrison V'luo-Prestdent and General Manager. Are you paying too much fur your Collars ? If so Why? Are yours branded "Linen" ? 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, and so far as I know, the only high brand Collars MADE FROM LINEN selling at 15c, 2 for 25c Cm 1 8 I . L. Collins, CLOTHIER. Cbe eiiensMird Dawn. &• J'- ' - Vh&Ji ' S? «fe '».-«*. VrMßi v-^B. THE ELLENSBURO, KITTITAS COUNTY, WAS...

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 April 1902

FORMALDEHYDE Cheaper and Better than Blue Stone for Smut. Inquire at HARRY S. ELWOOD'S J. H. SMITH3ON, Pr«», C. H. STEWART, VicePrcs. C. W, JoHfiMNE, Cashier The Washington State Bank This bank does a general banking business. Loans mono} on approv ed security, makes collections nnd issues drafts and bankers' money ord ers payable In all parts of the world. Stockholders and Directors: Jacob Furth, President Puget Sound National Bank, Seattle; C. J. Lord, President Capitol National Hani-. Olympia; J. 11. Smithson, C. 11. Stewart, .lames Stevenson. Prank N.Me- Candles», G. E. Dickson, William Woodham and c. w. Johnsone. NEW YORK STORE. A great Variety of these Beautiful Collars, Embroidered on white Irish Linen, Pongee Silk and Taffeta, in a gre at variety of Persian (lolorimjs. See the New Shirt Waists Get your Choice Early. Many very prett) things that cannot be du plicated Later. Belts Great variety. All the new things in Silks. Satin and Leather. Satin and Elastic Belting by the y...

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 April 1902

Stijle ar>d Quality Of Spring Muslin Onderwear, it will pay you to call and examine ova Assortment and Prices. Ladies' Tailor Made Suits and Silk Skirts to order—we guarantee a perfect fit. The arrival of our Naw Shirt Waists is expected daily. Dou't forget we are the fountain for Fashionable Millinery. The Local cKeivs. A. V. York,of Liberty attended court this week. M. Gerberg, of Itoslyn, was in town this week. James Evens, of CleElum, was in the city recently. G A. Bushnell, of Yakima, was iii town this week. D. R. Richards, of CleElum, was down Saturday. Work on W. A. Stelnman's residence is progressing nicely. ('has. Elliott sold his ranch a few days since for $5,000, There were two or three drunk Indi. ana in town Tuesday. A, S. Randall, of the Cascade Miner, was in the city Tuesday. H. J. Snively. of North Yakima, at tended court here this week. C. H. Flummerfelt returned Tuesday from a month's visit in Seattle. The county commissioners adjourn today to meet again an the ...

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 April 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 Goods, Boots, Pack Saddles, Pack Bags, Hobbles, Tents, Awnings, and Canvass. OILS always ON HAND SPRUNG BROOK MILLS. j Having started my mill, [am prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain, I also have Flour, Feed and (.'hop for sale. Kverthing First-class. Call and be convinced when wanting any /ZZ~ thing in this line. v~9 & W - T - MORRISON, Prop. ELLENSBURG, WASHINGTON. FAWCETT BROS.^-**^ Removed to th<* Building formerly occupied by the Ram say Hardware Company where We keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— Exclusive agents for the Tio'er md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring W...

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 April 1902

Official Paper^=====^3^- Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 16. IMxfc? I>«tA.x"ii fiMra.ii.cla. for tta© l>t>s*t Interests of E&lletisbtirg x.ncl Klttltns VnlJey. LATEST New Styles. Tltc Qxgmz V.Vz£*zt Collar (To* LINEN WARRANT to to GDcvtifti that all Collars manufact ured by The Eugene P. Peyser Collar Co. of Glens Falls, N. V., the brands being, "Peyser." "Eugene" and "Morrison," are made of PURE LiNKX and are warranted as such. J. R. Morrison Vice-President and General Manager. Arc you paying too much fur your Collars ? If so ' Why? ! Are yours branded "Linen" ? 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, and so far as I know, the only high' brand Collars MADE FROM LINEN selling at i 15c, 2 for 25c C. L. Collins, CLOTHSER. Cbe Ellensburg m%m. THE ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, APR. 19, 1902. A Governm...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 April 1902

FORMALDEHYDE Cheaper and Better than Blue Stone for Smut. Inquire at HARRY S. ELWOODS Drug Store. The Washington State Bank This bank do*-* a f-.-nerai basking bu-ir.esa. Loan* mom Jon approv« td security, rnak»-> coltectioQf r.n J issue* draft* and banker*' money ord ers payable In a'l parts of the world. Stockholders and Directors: Jacob Furth, President Puget Sound National Bank, Seattle; CJ. Lord, President Capitol National '.kir.k. Olympia: J. H. Smithson. C. H. Stewart. James St< renson, Frank N.Me- Candlees, G. K. Dickson. William Woodham and C. W. J. hnw ne. NEW YORK STORE. Embroidered Turnover Collars. A yreat Variety of these Beautiful Collars, Embroidered on white Iri«.h Linen. Pongee Silk and Taffeta, in a great variety of Persian < oloring*. See the New Shirt Waists Get your Choice Early. Many very pretty things that cannot be dv . plicated Later. Belts Grpnt variety. All the new things in Silks. Satin and Leather. Satin and Elastic Belting by the yard -buy any...

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. — 19 April 1902

Our New Shirt Waists & Ladies Spring Jackets, Have arrived, nothing like them in town The Local cj\e<ws. John Veaoh of Thorp) was in the city Monday- Jacob Salladay moved into town ot Thursday. Mrs. P. P. Gray went to Hot Springs, last Saturday. Miss Heth Hanks of Everett, is in the city this week. Timothy has is now $14 and some say it will go to $20. J. C. Lloyd went over to Tacoma on business Saturday. Mrs. A. O. Wisbard is reported as convalescing slowly. Mrs. Paul Fein has been very much indisposed this week. Mrs. J. M. Ready made a visit over to Tacoma this week. Fred Harrows of Kaston, was down this week visiting his family. Mrs. G. A. Swan and Miss Z. Swan were Tacoma visitors Tuesday. W. H. Hader of East Kittitas was doing business in town Tuesday. Gore & Son have bought out Z.ehner & Maddux's dairy and milk route. Mrs. A. A. Meade of CleElum, visited recently for a few days in our city. Charley Delig has moved on to his farm (the Saladay farm) this week. Bor...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 April 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 cisc, Quality Consid er! and Cuarantee ALL MADE. 902 Saddles Are now in the market, made to Order any Size, Tree or not forget this the Depot Dhes Spurs, ~ - ?ooda, Boott, ?ack bags, )bO!«s, icnts, Awnings, and .anvass. OILS always ON HAND SPRING BROOK MILLS. Having started my mill, I am prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds ol grain. I also have Flour, Feed and Chop for sale. Kverthing First-class, (.'all and In- convinced when wanting any !- " thing in this lino / W. T. MORRISON, Prop BLLBNSBUttO, WABBINGTON. pAWCETT BROS.^*^' Removed to the Building formerly ■ ipled bj the Ram sa\ Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wafons, Buckeye Mcwers and Binders,-' Rkelusivo agents for the Ti»er md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also kiml- of (Jurden, Field ami Grass Seed Bold in quantities...

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. — 26 April 1902

Official Paper^===rr^> Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 17. 'jTlie Dawn Stands for- tiae be»t Interests of Jvllon**si>nand Kittitas Valley. LATEST OUT New Styles. Tip gttgpera V. Tegscr Collar Ctx. LINEN WARRANT CEljta le to Ccx*tifu that all Collars manufact ured by The Eugene P. Peyser Collar Co. of Glens Falls, N. V., the brands being, "Peyser." "Eugene" and "Morrison," are made of PURE LINEN and are warranted as such. J. R. MORRISON Vloo-President and General Manager. Are you paying too much for your Collars ? If so • Why? : Arc yours branded "Linen" ? 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. j These are the ONLY GUARANTEED Linen; Collars made, and so far as I know, the only high j brand Collars MADE FROM LINEN selling at j 15c, 2 for 25c C. L. Collins, CLOTHIER. Cbe GllcnsDiirg Dawn. THE ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, APR. 26, 1902. A Government of, b...

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. — 26 April 1902

FORMALDEHYDE Cheaper and Better than Blue Stone for Smut. Inquire at HARRY S. ELWOOD'S J. H. SMTHSON. P«<, C. M. STEWART, yiee-Prej. C. W, JOHHSONE, Cashier The Washington State Bank OF ELUENSBURG, WASH CAPITAL $25,000. This hank does a general banking business. Loam money on approv ed security, makes collections nnd issues drafts and bankers' money ord ers payable in all parts of the world. Stockholders nnd Director?! Jacob Furth, President Puget Sound National Hank, Seattle; I. J. Lord, President Capitol National Hank. Olympia; .1. 11. Smithson, C. H. Stewart, James Stevenson, Frank N.Me- Candless, G. K. Dickson, William Woodham and C. \V. Johnsone. K. 11. BNOWDEN, Pres. I. 11. W. 11 1 >SS, < 'ashler, The Bank of Ellensburg, BNOWOCN & ROSS Member of the American Bankers' Association. Transacts a OoneroJ Banking Business. Special Attention siven to Collections. correspondents: New York. Chemical National Bank: Sanfrancisco, The Bank of California: Tacoma, National Hunk...

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. — 26 April 1902

Our New Shirt Waists & Ladies Spring Jackets, Have arrived, nothing like them in town The Local cJ^ews. Dick Williams is on the sick list this week. Remember the sale of tax property today. Born, to Win. Place and wife, April 16, a son. L. F. Ellison was in town Wednesday on business. Born, to Jesse Hall and wife, April 19, a daughter. Mr. Kendall, of Thorp, was in the city Wednesday. R. A. Prewett's new bakery is nearly ready for operation. Ellensburg is to have a tent show four days next week. W. J. Welsh, of Roslyn, attended court here on Tuesday. Joe Mack."of Thorp, was in attend ance at court Wednesday. Dr. Mowry spoke from the Presbyte rian pulpit last Sabbath evening. John W. Dixon is canvasing for a book called "Schley and Santiago.*' R M, Osborn, of Thorp, was doing business with our merchants Tuesday. H. B. Lambson spent last Sunday in Yakima, and thinks that he had a glorious time. Frederick Warde and his company played Julius Caesar to a full house last Monday night....

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. — 26 April 1902

Riding His High Horse Or any other kind of a horse isn't as pleasurable as it should be, un less you have the proper saddle to ride on. Look at our superb stock of riding saddles for both ladies and gentlemen. They are made in the latest improved styles, and are the acme of comfort and con venience. We have everything in horse goods: Saddles, Harness, Robes and Whips. T. W. FARRELL SPRING BROOK MILLS. Having started my mill. I am prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain. I also have Flour, Peed and Chop for sale. Everthing First-class. Call and be convinced when wanting any /V—* thing in this line. {Q'.Qjj W. T. MORRISON, Prop. BLLBNBBURO, WASHINGTON. FfIWCETT BROS.^-^- Removed to th« Building formerly occupied by the flam say Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,- Exclusive agents for tho Ti-fer md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks AIMO all kinds " f oi - ,( - en . * ,iel&...

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 May 1902

Official Paper . • . of Ellensburg. NO. i S VOL. IX. Tho Dfiwii Stands for t? c l>c*>>it SnttTcsls <if Jvlk'Jistnify; .*in«l B£bßfli Sft >; Vxi i Sc*.v. THE LATEST OUT New Styles. The lutqene lWcoset (Collat* (To. LINEN WARRANT t£l)to lo to e'evtifu il 11 (J liars manufact ured by The Eugene P. Peyser Collar Co. of Glens Falls,N. V., the brands being, "Peyser," "Kugene" and "Morrison," are made <<t Pckk Links and are warranted as such. J, U. M<>ki<is<>n Arc you paying 100 niucli foi your Collars ? Ii so Why? Arc yours branded "Linen ' ? If not, \\ hy ? The laws of New York strictly prohibit ihc brand ing of Collars "Linen" that do not contain any. The abovi W These are the ONLY GUARANTEED Linen Collars made, and so far as I know, the only high bran.! Collars MADE FROM LINEN sclliny at 113 cm 2fo i c ' ; I I ins. CLC £R. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MAY. 3, 1902. A Government of, by and for the People. THE DAWN'S II From a Smal...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 May 1902

FORMALDEHYDE jl Cheaper and Getter than Blue Stone for Smut. Inquire at HARRY S. ELWOOD'S J H. SMITHS!)?!, rrei. T:i? V/asina/con State Bank OF ELLCNSBURG, WASH. CAPITAL 525.000. iliiK hunk ill-. - a j't'ni'i'iil liiinkiiit.' business, Loans momonitpprov ml seourit.v, make* eollert ion» nu 1 Issues drafts ami han'.ors' inone,\ ord etn payable in all put'tH of tin- world. St en ■ - ; ■ ,' |-' , I'l-.-il.-ni r National Hunk, Seattle: ('..1. Lord, I'lvsident t'upitnl Naiioiial I tank. Olyinpiii: .1. 11. Sinit hson, ('. 11. Stewart, .lames Stevenson, r'ruuk N.Mr- I'aiulU'.*-, ti. X, IMekson, William Wood hum ami t'. W. Johns -. ' 11. BXOWW.N, Pres. I. 11. W. I! iSS, < , ushier. ' The Bank of Eilensburg, 1 SNOWDEN&ROSS ' Member of the American Bankers' Association i Ti II - villi t COnRESPOND.NTS : Sew Yoiii. I'lu'liiU'lil \:.ti. mil UuiiU: Simfrcmi'isoa The IJstiiU n( Ciillfunila: Tuodiiii ' S'aliminl Hank i.r I'm » ru'.m It I lt:i t I.til. I.li if I I Li l I i {•"" Stair, i .'in...

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 May 1902

The Local cJ^ews. I - ,..,, ki • registei ed in Tiiconui ' l i I to Irrigiiii I registei d Till'Ol y|,... . been seriously i! I fin fj, m.i; all. "f the ( ascade Miner, was i i. V. V. truer went down to Yakima Molid: ness Counti roitimissioners' courl was in The cai'i i's are all on the idle list now. been ise of Ihe lumber famine. P.A.Williams, ol Toppenlsh, spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday in ihi rity. The Caliliubiu river, it is -aid. has been rai-iuj; rapidly lor several days pa-t. i', |. Helm came in from bis Columbia river ranch Sunday and remained a few ihiys. Hornbeck & Bullard have ihe farm machinery. See them if you Inteud buying. Hoberl Stevens and wife, of Thorp, attended divine service in this city I Sunday. f.. .1. Mcl rv in. who lias spent nearly a year in the east, returned to t hi- city Saturday. The attendance al tin- Central Chris tian church Sunday at 11 a. 111., vva very good. A. 11. Stulfauth has l -en selected us a member of iln- St. Louis Exposition co...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 May 1902

Ridiiw His Hioji Horse Or any olhcr kind of a horse isn't as pleasurable as it should be, un less you have the proper saddle to rule on. Look at our superb stock ot riding saddles for l»'tli ladies and gentlemen. The}' are made in ihe latest improved styles, and are the acme of comfort and con venience. We have everythiny in horse goods: Saddles, Harness. Robes and Whip-.. T. W. FARRELL SPRIXii BK(K)K MILLS. j j l ... W. T. MORRISON, Prop. I RIAtKSMKU •■ WASIIIMiTiiN. ( i FAWCETT BROS. — 8 Ki'iiuivi'ii in tii.- r.uiii ■ : -;,\ Hni'dwuri' i iiilllhiiiv ivlu'ii' kt-ip iln Rushforcl Wakens. Buckeye Mowers and Binders. 1 ■ - • iiyriiiii rm tlx- Ti>er md Holiingswcith Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Ai-.. all k - ..I (in I i« H .... I«• v- Si ill -i'l.l in ilUntltttil'K fflllll l'lll' IIUIIIT Up. To Horsemen Tin' Iti'yiitti'i'i'i -1 '1 I I'l'lu'i'"" 1 1"'-' NERO Vliii i)t*fii:i'i't \ ul V. I i. (Itinilwiii. is liijjh nml wi il-' 1■ - -"■"' 1 |iiiuniU....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 May 1902

Official Paper^=^3^* Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. to, lAßie1 A Bie Dfiwii s«4lfaia< 1 for tine best Interests of I£lleiis£>u.x*g: and Kiuiias Valley, Don't wear clothing made in a place like this. Wear Gapps Slothing, its healthful. Do You Want to 9 Catch Something • Much of the Ready Made Clothing sold now-a days is pul to gether in sweat shops of which the above Is a correct repro duction taken from a photograph. You are liable to catch the small pox oi s une other loathsome disease by reason of wearing such si 11 rV .Weare exclsiuve agents in this locality for the well known CfIPP'S CLOTHW6 Made entirely from the Sheep's Wool to the finished Garment under one roof and made under the most healthful and elevat ing conditions, in large, light, air) work rooms. C'apps goods are Beautiful Fitters and handsomely tailored. IfgoiJ wisirrm % TO BE EVCRYTIIINO it iAI 15 DESIRABLE INAHM SUIT Of CLOTHES LOOK rOR THIS LABEL ON THE SLEEVE GUARANTEED ( O r C. L. COLLINS ELLENSBURG, • WASHINGT...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 May 1902

•i I mtfVli jj D itaxaa utrsJ Zooca B m H Eaastf^ Iwl 31XIU l« lit [ it w (XX l-« 5 yv* | J** Jw 2 fjf \.' J H 3 I ii .) A ■ 1<! \ '* *•->.■* a r- i\.\*n it*** V> j. H. : CAPITAL $25,000. INI MVi .. . : Ttn a ? m '..* f\ 7 jpf, - i,i - 1 vii DuiJi\ Ul CllclJ ■ ■ n • 1 \ i! I N* r W YORK ST OR ; ...., , f- ; < a .~. i f pri ■ 2 , ■» ~. j - 5 Heavy All Wool Cloths for Skirting, or f. r Skirt and Jacket, Cheviots, Corkscrew, Armour, Melrose, Nattie Cloth—All the New Weaves. ■ jr t / r>'t* oS /* - f ; : ems; Ii i ■ • : : : : : ; ROBERT A. t : j:-".riL;i c;;n'Oß. CITY UI- IC iA f. PAPER. OUR POSITION. i ;- - - ' v lit 11 I >'*• i he .. i ■ ! v tin in it- ' tin ol i hill int.ru-! I" >'■ > '<• . • •< •'' •—• • 1' ■ I tlii -cml • - i I" "i Hi ii ■ volition, thus I . -: I ■•• 1 ul;i' ■ nf |mull!i -! s and oth rs \\ bo elaiin tn ho II I irn tl IVI.O ill : i: \ •■ plat for ri adopt) disin »l - platform adoptn 1■ Ci ■ in 1 ami tin- party binned, il in - I nn forme ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 May 1902

The Local cNgws* New subscribers are being added to our list daily. Dr. Bean circulated recentlj for a day in Vakima. Dr. J. C. McCauley visited the Swank mines this week. Win. Gl'issom, nf Libert} , was in the city Wednesday. Will ■! Boyd made n business trip to CleElum this week. Nick 11 arl ling, nf Vakima, visited in this city over Sunday. W. .1. Welsh, ul' Roslyn, was in the city on Wednesday. Jesse Frederick, nf the west shin. Is seriously ill this week. A. s. Hollingsworth, nf Thorp, wa in the city Wednesday. Mis- Sarah Ackley visited in Spokane during the past week. 1 R, I. Kdgington made a businee trip to the Sound this week. Our special edition lasl week brought forth many word-of praise. Will Oldham has secured a position in a butcher shop at ('leElnin. Frank Jackson, of the Vanderbilt, registered in Yakima. Monday. 1 A. M. Hall returned from his ex tended visit in Illinois this week. < Austin Mire- i- down in Oregon look ing over bis old stamping ground. For Sale —Hou...

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