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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 May 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 arc '. cine if • oniiort and con venience. We have everything in horse goods: Saddles, Harness, Robes and Whips. T. W. FARRELL ! SPRING BROOK MILLS. > 1 also have Floor, feed and ( hop for sale. Kverthing t First-class, Call and be convinced when wanting any / /Z-*. ' thing in this line. ) ' y & W - T - MORRISON, Prop. > ELLENSBURI, WASHINGTON. ffIWCETT BROS.^*^ - Removed to th<* Building formerly occupied by the Hani say Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— Exclusive agents for the Ticrer md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also all kinds of Garden, Field and Grass Seed sold In quantities from one ounce up. To Horsemen The Re...

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. — 17 May 1902

Official Paper »<^ == Ellensburg. \ VOL. IX. NO. 20. *JTli.e Dawn St oriels for tfa© best Interests of «'ni(3 Kittitas Vnllt\v. Do You Want to 0 CatcSi Something » ■ ■ ■ - known CfIPP'S 100 CLOTHIN6 f >J j=»tjh.:ei wool - l lA <'^ ...... ■ . ■ are Beautiful Fitters and handsomely tailored. If you wish ivT: Bra • , ■'■ ■' ■ " St Xi li.iw- ... ' -- ■ TO B£ EYERYTHLN'O TtIATI2 D£SIR\SLE inajinl* sun or clothed loomor this labelont ie si v My 181111 1 1 GUARANTEED ( C. L. COLLINS ELLENSBURG, - WASHINGTON. NOT : .!\iG I O FEA.? or to rip or to tear in our gen tlemen's wear. Not even should the dog try his teeth on the trousers seat. Like all the fine, ready made garments we sell —thoroughly reliable. We combine style with dura bility aud low prices. Rare Clothing values here. Suits for men boys and children that arc bar. aillS. 'i'he}' are going fast of court c. V^/□ gram a a H H il V/ W a IS U 2 a i S ■ Mutual Couptulatioas be fore. Exclusive in .shape, re plete with character ...

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. — 17 May 1902

O R ivs ALDE H V D E Cheaper and Better than Blue Stone for Smut. Inquire at HARRY S. ELWOOD'S J. H. SMtTHSOft. Prcs, C, |1. STEWART, V.cc-Pres. C. W, Jo|t|iSoHE, Cufhicr .] The Wasinqton State Bank Cf : ELUEfISSURC, WASH. CAPITAL $25,000. This bank does a general banking business. Loans mono) on npprov- ' efl security, makes collections nml Issues drafts and bunkers' money ord ers payable In all parts of tho world. Stockholders and Jacob Purth, President Pugcl Sound 5 Natiotuil Bank, Seattle; t'. .T. Lord, President Capitol National Hank, R Olympla; J. i. Smithson, t'. 11. Stewart, .Tames Stevenson, I'Yunk N.Me- Candles*, G, !:. Dickson, Willi:;n, Woodhum and ('. W, Johnsone. $ M E. H. BNOWDEN, Pres. P, li. W. llOSS,Cashier. The Bank of Ellensburg, BNOWDEN *. aoss Member of tho American Bankers' Association. Transacts a General Banking Bu.sinesß. Special Attention ntveu to Collcctlona. COSaSSPONDEHTS: New York, Chemical Katlonal Bank; Saiifriiriciseo, The Bank of California; Tncomn...

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. — 17 May 1902

The Local cKews. Keep your eye on 1 'aul /.ke '. —All kinds ni soft drinks at Thomas & Schultz's. —Seed potatees for sale cheap, ilt this otliee. Wm. Mack of CleElum was In the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kahler spent Sun day In CleElum. Judge Rudkin was in the city Men day, it being law day . Miss Ona Oilmour was operated on Sunday tor appendlctls. John Lyens of North Vakima was a visitor in cur city Tuesday. Thomas Collier is building an addi tion to his residence ibis week. —Go to A. J. Scheie for all kinds of soft drinks. *' The ball game Sunday resulted in a score of 4 toil in favor of Vakima. —All kinds of soft drinks at A. J. Scheie's. 11 W. E. Ayresof North Vakima was in our city for a day ihe llrst of the week. A. S. Randall of the Roslyn Miner spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Will Stelnman's new residence will soon be ready for the finishing touches. Decoration day will be duly observed ill Ellensburg with the usual exercises. -Look for new line of goods al...

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. — 17 May 1902

KKllllO [lis nP v I I flu sc v v* ot.icr i m ; as jdeasv.rahle less you have tli ■ r ii i in. !, :at <nir Di r.diiig sad lies I >;■ lj >tli ladies and gent: :i. '. ' in the latest in . , t i'.e . . . ■ We la;vi Robe ■ ..: vi i] . w-r>r»«i n m ■ ana pi prr.» .-•. n 1 :< if i** 0 .--4 fvr r" J 8 ■ V V I & 6 & I it ( «urn baaa v r* T»r\ T s I ■ "* to flirt rt ?/ * ,111 I c bf > RiiSu_ BROOK MILLS. I ti N 111*!! v . - . ■ (Cj (J ; \%r T (VIAI>I3ICmNI ':.*••»••>»•» - . —_/ w , i•. i; X X'»->' y. \, r I up. fnWCEi i dKUj - Removed to the Buildlny f. iwrl.t occupied In the l!u n say Hard watt) Com puny where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— V agents for tho Ti >*< \m\ Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and C ; ig ■;■ is and Hacks Also all kinds ol 1 nr.li n, r.<... ... 1 Beed sold in quantities from oui ounti up. Tho lU'gistoroivd I. rolieron lioi's. r 3 ma .r-v Nj id PC V-/ Tin' property nl T. I. » ; ; '...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 May 1902

Official Paper^=^^> Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 21. flit* 1 )n\vii fciitfiiitlssi for ttue I>est Interests of I0llensl)tir«: and 5< 'iUsias V'f i I lc^. Don't wear clothing made in a "place like this. Wear Capps Clothing, its healthful. Do You Want to O Catch Something • Much of the Ready Made Clothing sold now-a days is put to gether in sweat shops of which th" above is a correel repro duction taken from a photograph. You are liable to catch the smallpox orsome other loal hsome disease hy reason ol wearing such stuff .Weare exclsiuve agents in this locality for the well known Cflpp'S TO^ 10 CLOTHING 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, airy work rooms. Capps goods arc Beautiful Fitters and handsomely tailored. iFYOUiWISfTTHE nxfiNiMi Fabric TO BE EVERYTHING THAT IS DESIRABLE INAEINE SUIT Or CLOTHES LOOKfOR THIS IABEL 0!\ THE SLEEVE: pCKPPS GUARANTEED | CLOTHING ...

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. — 24 May 1902

Special Sale of FANCY BOX PAPER HARRY S. ELVVOOD'S J. it. SY.ITKSCf). Fres, C, H- STEWAKf, Vice Pres. C. W. Ji.HftSONE, C«shl«l< The V/asington State Bank This bunk tines a general banking l>u 4ness. I .cans money mi approv ed security, makes collect ions nml issues draft s and bankers' money ord ers payable in ail parts of the world. Stockholders and Directors: Jacob Furth, President Puget Sound National Bank, Seattle: ('. J. Lord, President Capitol National Dank, Olympla: .1. 11. Smlthson, ('. 11. Sti wart, James Stevenson, Prank N.Me- Caudless, O. K. Dickson, William Wood ham and <'. W. Johusone. I".. 11. SNOWDEN, Ires. The Bank of Ellensburg, SNOWDEN A. ROSS Member of the American Bankers' Association. Transacts a i lenerul UunkinK Business, Special Attention tflven to Collections. CORRESPONDENTS I New York, Chemical National Uank: SaufranclHco. The Bunk of Cullfornlu: Tacoma. Nutlomtl Bank ef Commerce, DRAW DRAFTS DIBKCT on London, on fnlon Bank of Scotland f/d. Koynl ...

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. — 24 May 1902

The Local cNgws. j yi. Cummins visited Kennewlck recently. Louis Quietsch of Liberty was in the city Monday. WilliamGrissom of Liberty was in town .Saturday. Andrew Flodin of Liberty was down Saturday on business. C. L. Collins received a new awning for his store this week. Will .1 Boyd made a Hying trip to Yakima a few days since. Mart Hellenbeck of Toppenish was up this week on business. Fred Harrows of Hasten visited with his family a few days recently. The hay crop of last y ear is pretty Well cleaned up in this vnllej. The continued rain- stopped road work for a day or two this week. Wool hauling is on in dead earnest, load after load coming in every day. U. Lee Purdin spent several days this week in Itoslyn collecting taxes, S. I*. Smith has gone to the moun tains in search of the yellow nuggets. Simon Just ham of Roslyn was in the city Saturday to attend the democratic caucus. R, F. Standley of Toppenish, came up Sunday on a flying visit, returning on Thursday. The city counc...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 24 May 1902

Riding His High nuiot 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 hi the 1 itest improved styles, and ■ • i.hi of comfort and coil* ■n .lac. W'l- have everything, in horse goods: Saddles, Harness, 11l J— 1 m MM '~ MDtk na B""" I g \ t-ns* ■•:',>}, PSJf B»ff >•»» » | I S W ■ t. 48 \ Ujm .'... kit. Jjcoh Having started m.v mill, I nni prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of trriiiii. I also have Flour, bVed and Chop for sale, Kveithlng F.rst-clas«. Call and bo convinced when wanting any- thing in this line. 10) (Oj W. T. MORRISON, Prop. ELLKN.SBL'iI'i, WASHINGTON. FfIWCETT BROS. Removed to the Building formerly occupied bj ii..- tlam say Hardware Company where we keep the Ruthford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— E>d agents for tho Ti?er tnd Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Mocn Brcs. Famous Buggies and Sp...

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. — 31 May 1902

Official |>aper^=^3> <r^-r _ Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 22. I\tie Dawn fcStf nitls* for the best Interests of am! IClttltosi Valley, The Cream of Comfort for the warm months will he found exclusively in our line of under wear, hosiery and shirts. All of these garments are made to'flt'the wearer, and are guaranteed to do it most satisfactorily. Binding and chafing and other summer dis comforts will not annoy you w heii £, wearing these goods. The Leading Style in Summer straws are now ready i (or your choosing, If you fancy a genuine Panama, it is waiting for; you: or if you prefer something in a rough brain, it is right here; or if an Alpine in split braids is' more to your taste, give us your size. i Summery Satisfaction in shirts, collrrs and cravats can sully be obtained by a look through our stock of seasonable styles, it is wide in its variety, artistic in its elegance, dazzling in its beauty and matchless in its style and nov elty. Quality is. as nlways, of the highest,...

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. — 31 May 1902

Special Sale of FANCY BOX PAPER HARRY S. ELWOOD'S J. H. SMITHSCN, [Yes, C. H. STEWfIKT, Vice Pres. C. V-, JCHNSONE. Cashier The Wasington State Bank This bank does a general banking business. Loans money on approv ed security) makes collections nml 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. .T. Lord, President I'apltol National Hank, Olympla; J. 11. Smithson, r. U. Stewart, .lame- Stevenson, Prank N.Me- Candless, O. Dickson, William Woodham ami ('. W. Johnsone. E. 11. SNOWDEN, Pres. The Bank of Ellensburg, SNOWDEN & ROSS Member of the American Bankers' Association. Transacts a General Banking Business. Special Attention given to Collections. CORRESPONDENTS I Ksw York, Chemical National Bank: BanfrunetHco, The Bunk of Californias Tacoma. DRAW DRAFTS DIKECT on London, en Union Bank of Scotland tVd. Royal Bank of Ireland Ltd., en all parts nf Europe ana en the ...

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. — 31 May 1902

(The Local cNews. Dr. German was buried Sunday af ternoon. —Stop ami try a dish of Ice cream al the Palace. W. A. Thomas made a visit to Easton Wednesday. P, A. Get/, made Thorp a visit last Wednesday. Mrs. \v. L. Com illy visited In Yaki ma Sunday. Don't forget the Palace when In need Of fresh fruit. E. E. Wager spent the day in Cle- Elum Tuesday. Shall we celebrate on the Fourth? Of course! Why not? Hey. Davis, of North Vakima was in our city this week. --For clean spring water ice. see Martin Mlchela .v Son. s. C. Boedcher says that the M. W. A. It growing very rapidly. Joseph Marko, of Blewett,wasin our town a few days this week. Mrs. H. V. Hlnman has been consid erably indisposed this week. Urine thai contemplated order for job printing to The Dawn office. Elmer Stewart came down from Ros lyn Saturday and returned Monday. —Fancy boiling pork at the BOBS Bakery and Grocery, 1 >•-'- TheGallina club met with Mrs. A.. J, Damnum last Wednesday afternoon. —Go to A. J. Scheie for 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. — 31 May 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 tlie 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 SPRIiNQ BROOK MILLS. Having started tnj mill, I am prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain. I nlso have Flour, feed and Chop for sale, Kverthing First-class. Call and in- convinced v.lnn wanting any thing in this line. W. T. MORRISON, Prop. ELLENSBURG, pftWCETT BROS. =- Removed to th.- Building formerly occupied hy the Ram say Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,— Exclusive agents for the md Hoiiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also all kinds of Garden, Field and Grass Seed sold in quantities fro...

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. — 7 June 1902

Official , < ~ r; _ Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 23. TVlie Dawn for tkno l>e»t Interests of oncl iCittltaa VaLllejy. The Cream of Comfort for the warm months will he found exclusively in our line of under wear, hosiery and shirts. All of those garments are made to lit the wearer, and are guaranteed to do it most satisfactorily. Binding and chafing and oilier summer dis comforts will not annoy you when wearing these goods. The Leading Style in Summer straws are now ready for your choosing. [f you fancy a genuine Panama, it is waiting for you: or if you prefer something In a rough brain, it is right here; or if an Alpine in split braids is more to your taste, give us your size. Summery Satisfaction in shirts, collrrs and cravats can easily beobtajned by a look through our stock of seasonable styles. It is wide in its variety, artistic in its elegance, dazzling in its beauty and matchless in its style and nov elty. Quality is. as always, of the highest, and our prices are shaved down...

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. — 7 June 1902

Special Sale of FANCY BOX PAPER HARRY S. ELWOOD'S Drug Store. NEW YORK STORE. A LITTLE SOAP STORY "Colgate" is a household word in all the United States, when Bne pure Toilet Soaps are spoken of. It stands for puce soup as ••steel ing" stands for line silverware. We have an assortment of all the best Colgate goods. The famous "Cashmere Bouquet." Also, White Clem atis, Turkish Bath, Cold Cream, Sweet t'ink, Caprice. Wheelmen's Soap. Pine Tar, White Castile. Mountain Violet, La France Bose, Hath Soap, Stroke Oar and several other brand, all at the lowest prices that these line soaps can he sold. EoYS OVERALLS We have a splendid line of Boys Overalls, sizes 12 to 14 years, with bib, 25 cents a pair. Can't bo made today for thai money. H. L. STOWELL. E. H. SNOWDEN, Pres. P. 11. VV. UOSS, Cashier. The Bank of Ellensburg, SNOWDEN i, ROSS Member of the American Bankers' Association. Transacts a General Banking Business. Special Attention given lo Collections. correspondents: New York. Chem...

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. — 7 June 1902

The Local cNews. Mrs. Wright made a trip to Tacoma Tuesday. Dr. P. P. Gray was it Tacoma visitor this week. —Stop and try a dish of ice cream at the Palace. W. A. Thomas visited the school at Liberty Tuesday. —A big discount on dinner -els at Willis's Bazaar. Walter Ilayward of Thorp, was in tin- city Tuesday. Mrs. IT. Felch is visiting Felch's parents In Seattle, —For clean spring water Ice, see Martin Mlchels & Sen. I. j. il. Mumma is getting on nicely with his $1,200 resilience. s. J. Kendall of Thorp, »ns among the visitors to our city Tuesday. Mrs. E. J. Bryant of CleKlum visited in Ellensburg during the past week. —Fancy boiling puck al the Boss Bakery and Grocery. ' X. L. Stanton of North Vakima, is in the city in the interest of < >. of \\ . —Go to A. .I. Scheie for all kinds of soft drinks. 41 F,lil. .1. A- Woodyard preached at the Central Christian church Sunday al 11 a. m. Eld. J. A. Woodyard will preach al the Packwood school house Sunday at 11 a. m. —A large 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. — 7 June 1902

Riding His High Horse Or any other kind of a horse isn't as pleasurable as it should be, un less yon 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. 1 am prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain. I alto have Flour, Feed and Chop for sale. Everthing First*claas. < "all and be convinced when wanting any thing in tliis line. [Oj W. T. MORRISON, Prop. ELLENSBURG, WASHINGTON. FAWCETT BHOS.^ 8^ Removed to the Building formerly occupied by the Ram say Hardware Company where we keep the Rushford Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Binders,- Exclusive agents for tlie Ti<rer md Holiingsworth Tiger Rakes Moon Bros. Famous Buggies and Spring Wagons and Hacks Also all kinds of Garden, Field and Grass ...

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. — 14 June 1902

Official Paper"-===^C3> Ellensburg. VOL. IX. NO. 24. Tlio 1 >j»^.x- 11 Stand* for tlae l>os*t Interests of Isllcusbnr«: and Kittitas Valley. The Cream of Comfort for the warm months will bo found exclusively in our line of under wear, hosiery and shirts. All of these garments are made to lit the wearer, and are guaranteed to do it most satisfactorily. Binding and (dialing and other summer dis comforts will not annoy you when < wearing these goods. The Leading Style in Summer straws are now ready for your choosing. If you fancy a genuine Panama, it is waiting for you: or if you prefer something in a rough brain, it is right here; or if an Alpine in splil braids is more to your taste, give us your size. Summery Satisfaction in shirts, coll its and cravats can easily be obtained by a look through our stock oi seasonable styles. It is wide in its variety, artistic In its elegance, dazzling In its beauty and matchless in its style and nov elty. Quality is, us always, of the h...

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. — 14 June 1902

Special Sale of FANCY BOX PAPER HARRY S. ELWOOD'S NEW YORK STORE. A LITTLE SOAP STORY "Colgate" i* a household word in all the United States, when fine pure Toilet Snaps arc spoken of. It stands for pure snap its '"Sterl ing" stands for Bne silverware. We have an assoi tmcnt of all the best Colgate goods. The famous "Cashmere Bouquet." Also, White Clem atis, Turkish Bath, fold Cream. Sweet Pink, Caprice. Wheelmen's Soap. Pine Tar, White Castile, Mountain Violet, I,a France Itose, Hath Soap. Stroke Oar and several other brand, all at the lowest prices that these tine soaps can be sold. TJOYB OVERALLS We have a splendid line of Boys Overalls, sizes 12 to 14 years, with bib, 25 cents a pair. Can't be made today for thai money. ti. L. STOWELL. E. H. SNOWDEN, Pres. The Bank of Ellensburg, SNOWDEN A ROSS Member of the American Bankers' Association. Transacts a General Banking Business, special Attention given to CoUoettons. correspondents: New York, Chemical National Hunk: Sanfrancisco, T...

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. — 14 June 1902

The Local cfXeivs. Hay took a tumble of *- per ton lasl week. C. V. Warner made a trip to Seattle this week. Dr. Pelch returned from a v isit lo Seattle Tuesday. H. S. Champie went over to the Sound Thursday. The harvesting of the alfalfa will begin next week. The last of the bay crop of 1902 is now being marketed. Rumor has it that David Coon has gone to Hoslyn to get married. chas. Thomas spent several day .-, this week with his parents at Thorp. A. O. Wishard and son Archie, are over from Seattle visiting tlie family. Ranchers report the hay crop fully up to the average in quantity and q mil it y. Ira Thomas of CleElum, visited with his brother. W. A. and family, over Sunday. Road cart and harness with cut-a way collar for sale cheap. See Horton Crandall. A large delegation of our people at tended the ball game at North Vakima last Sunday. The advertising rates of Till. DAWN are tlie same to all, regardless of the house or firm. Jake Lltterer was the recipient of a fine accordion...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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