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The weekly dawn. [volume] (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1894-1895, August 11, 1894, Image 3

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PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET.
For Congress:
W*. I\ C. ADAMS.
of Whatcom County.
We recommend that the legisla-! «> » oopy of their famous English Octo
tare of the State provide fov the |J™ T]"" mßp
1 and the Koad with The Dawn tor year
election by the direct vote of the f or 75 ctß . Regular price of the Koad
people of grain inspectors, mine in- jis $1. Send all orders to Dawn office.
spectors, log scalers and inspectern After The Strike Is Oyer,
of food products and all other State ; Wicittkn uv Two Stiukino Switchman.
officers not prohibited by the con- i Once a pretty maiden climbed an old man's
stitution. t k " e f e - ..
Asked for u story—"Papa tell me
We demand that all companies : wiiy ar« you lonely, whv are yon sad,
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
H. J. Snively of Yakima wan in
the city Thursday.
David Morton and M. C. Pace are
finishing up a nice little cottage
for P. H. \V. Rose in Sunnyside ad
dition.
Batchelors going in the moun
tains for an outing should not trav
el in a buggy—too expensive to
burn. Professor, you had better
have the Schoolmaam take care of
you.
Correction: One of the sports that was
out fishing during the close reason
when Baird's train ran into them
and smashed up some of their guns,
says they did not have any shot
guns along, that they only had
some small rifles with which they
intended to shoot grouse if they
could find any.
Ellensburg Lodge I. O. Cr. T. re
opened Aug. 4th, with an unusual
amount of interest. After the regu
lar order of business, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
term and installed by Lodge Depu
ty, Albert Tjossem:
C. T. Wm. Doddington,
V. T. Miss. Josie Poland,
S. J. T. Anna Salladay,
Chap. Estella Brown,
Sec'y. J. A. Thomas,
Finan. Sec'y. W. O. McDowell,
Treas. Miss. Rebecca Tjosem, i
P. C. T. S. O. Salladay,
Mar. Jesse Poland,
D. M. Miss. Torena Tjosem,
Guard, Fred. Butcher,
Sentinel, Chas. Hagenson,
W. A. Steinman was recommend
ed for Lodge Deputy for the ensu
ing year.
Visitors present: Robt. Weeden
and daughter of Green Lake Lodge,
No. 200, and Miss. Jesse Lower of
Welcome Lodge No' 102.
Members arr earnestly requested
to attend.
WEATHER REPORT.
Sunnyside, Wash, Aug. 10, 94.
For week ending Aug. Bth. Maxi
mum termperature 100 deg. Mini
mum 48 deg. Mean for the week
81 6-7. The temperature and con
ditions generally have been all that
he desired for the growing crops
and securing the hay crop. There
was no clouds during the week, or
wind to hinder, except on two days.
Cutting wheat has commenced
and the out look now is for a heavy
yield. R. P. Edginqton, V. O.
On Thursday of this week the
body of a man was found in a drift
about seven miles below town. He
wore a Seattle Commonweal badge
Sand was one of those drowned by
j the capsizing of a boat last spring.
Died:—ln Peshastin, on Wed
nesday, Aug. Bth, 1894, John Earn
est, aged 77 years. The deceased
was a native of Pennsylvania, came
to this valley about twenty years
ago, and for the past seventeen
years has worked in the mines.
He was kind hearted but like
most men who have spent years in
the mines, he had his peculiarties.
He was understood to be unmar
ried. If he had any relatives their
whereabouts are unknown as far a*
we can find out.
HEW ¥0»E STORE;
NEW ASSORTMENT OF LACES
New hosiery, Modes %. Tans, and onyx
FAST BLACKS.
A large and well Selected Stock of groceries constantly on hand.
Fourth Street. STOWELL $ STEIXMJX.
Fill KOBI iora.
DANIEL COBLE
Is still at the old stand. The feed and
water and plenty of it, and at price*
that defy competition. I keep the best
HAY AND GRAIN TO HE HAD
Iu Central Washington!
Baled Hay and Grain Constantly on Hand
Large Corral, Comfortable
Quarters* and very Handy.
DANIEL COBLE, PROP.
Ellensburg, Washington.
duced to want."
■prfP Good honest work and prices
reasonable for repairing at Farwells.
BOSSOJiG & KOIPSK'I
A
£
A
s
Crown,
English
Breakfast,
)olong-,
hm Fowdei
ipider Leg
Pile war beet ween
and JAPAN will in all probar
3ility advance the price of teas
3UT WE HAVE A LARGI
STOCKON H A N D
LVD WILL CO.YT.IX EE Tf
SERVE THE I>UBLU ' . I T
fHE OLD BEB BOCK PRICE!
NEW DRIVE AT
ril CUIUSB!!
Ff I E CENT .IR T/CL EX
ladies Vests,
i Dozen shoe laces,
3 Cakes toile r ;-.oap.
Deep pudding pan.
Ladies be% 4
Large hose.
Straw hats.
2 Spools machine thrc-
T. R. handkerchiefs.
\xel greas • >
}.oz. can baking powV i ; .Mi" 4 *
Brooms :><. .
r lb. very fine tea - . ii/
3rass jews-harp __ u ■**
Silver reed, F liarp. ... ■;«'**
Time and talley book 5 t { >
Gents shirts & drawers j,i§
And 101 Q-:h>>r
B A R G AIN &
/)on't forget the place!
It's the
jYclone store
CAW I OBTAIN A PATENT ? For»
""S ■£ tooneßt opinion, writer
MUNN & C 0., who have bad nearly fifty year* s
experience In the patent business. Comtnunia*
tlons strictly confidential. A Handbook of In
formation concerning Patents and bow to ok"
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of median
leal and scientific books sent free.
Patents taken throuch Munn St Co. recerau
special noticj in the Scientific American, ami
thus are br.mafct widely before tho public with-,
out cost to 1 *-o inventor. This splendid immme.
Issued weofcly, . leKantly illustrated, has by far £ta
largest circulation of any scientific wok In Qm
world. A.} :t year. Sample copies sent free.
Bullaiug C iiUon. monthly, S2.SO a yeac. fling»
copies, cents. Every number contains beau
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of mm
houses, with plans, enabling builders to shotitto
latest designs and secure contractu. Addreau
¥UNN & CO.. Mbw YOBff. 3«1 Huniwiy
I Banner
| Uncolored
Japajt,
I Green,
i _
jj Japan,
' Yotiny HyHOfc.
LAN I -
| Sledded Tea*

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