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December 31, 1903

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Miss Anna FROST spent Christmas on the Sound. Mary A. PROUDFOOT spent Christmas in Olympia. Herman and Carl BREIGEL were in this city Monday. H. S. ELWOOD returned from Seattle Saturday afternoon. Daniel B. PAYNE of Roslyn, spent Christmas in this city. Dr. H. J. FELCH spent Christmas in Seattle with relatives. W. T. GERMAN of East Kittitas was on the streets Monday. Lieutenant E. E. SOUTHERN of Thorp was in this city Monday. W. W. SEYMOUR of Tacoma, spent Christmas in Ellensburg. Rev. A. F. McLEAN spent Christmas in Tacoma with his wife. C. V. WARNER went over to Olympia Sunday on legal business. Fred SANDERS came over from Seattle to spend the holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. WEED left Mon. for an extended visit in California. John BULL was in the city Monday. Mrs. OFFIELD who had her arm broken some weeks ago, is mending very slowly. Vernie SMITH of this city, attended the teachers state meeting in Tacoma this week. Miss Theressa SHORTILL of Seattle is a guest of her sister, Mrs. W. J. PEED, this week. George SAYLES went to Seattle Tuesday to be present at the wedding of his sister, Alta,
today. G. I. WILSON of Roslyn is spending the holidays with his parents and many friends in this
valley. Miss Emma FRANCIS left for Tacoma Monday where she will spend a few days visiting on the
Sound. Mrs. A. C. CUMMINS joined her husband in Ritzville a few days since, who is on the News
force of that city. Will SPALDING and wife were guests of Mrs. SPALDING's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson RICH,
of Prosser, recently. Mrs. Chas. WHITE is due to join her husband Sunday, having spent the past three months
visiting at her home in Kansas. Miss Minerva GETZ, one of the teachers in the public school of Ritzville, is at home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. GETZ. The editor and wife have a cordial invitation to attend the wedding of Miss Alta SAYLES to
Mr. Truman Lewis RICHARDS in Seattle today, and we are certainly sorry that we cannot attend. The Puget Sound Supply Company, with John W. BARNETT as manager locally, will open head-
quarters in the room second door north of The Dawn...


William CARPENTER and Miss Ada CUMMINS, both of this city, were united in marriage Sunday
afternoon at the Ellensburg hotel, Rev. S. L. HELM officiating. This young couple were to
have been married Christmas Day at noon, but owing to Mr. CARPENTER's horse falling on him
breaking his right leg in two places the night before, the happy event was put off a few days.


A. F. SHULTZ, the proprietor of the Palace, and Miss Minnie KEOPKE were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. A. F. McLEAN officiating. They left
on the 11:40 westbound passenger for Seattle, where they will spend a week or so before
returning home.


Willie PAYNE is quite sick this week. J. E. FROST spent Sunday in Tacoma. T. T. WILSON spent Sunday on the Sound. Miss Agnes HINMAN is slowly improving. A. C. BULTER is in Seattle this week on business. Prof. W. E. WILSON spent Sunday on the Sound. S. C. BOEDCHER's little babe is reported some better. Miss Alice STEPHENSON is visiting friends in Yakima. Mrs. KERNODLE is putting her property in nice shape. Prof. JENKINS and wife visited in Walla Walla this week. Mrs. MAHLER's little girl has been quite ill of late, but is much better now. Reece JONES was in Kennewick a few days ago looking after his interests in that city. Miss ABRAHAM and Miss Carrie ANDERSON returned from a visit in Roslyn Monday. It is reported that George BEAVER will soon open a barber shop in the Cadwell Block. Mrs. SATTERWHITE's father is quite ill and she went down to Prosser yesterday to be with him. Mrs. J. N. GIRARD and son Kenith of Spokane, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. FLYNN this
week. Mr. and Mrs. INGERSOL, father and mother of Mrs. E. D. KIPP, are in the city visiting
this week. J. H. GILBAUGH of North Yakima was up to attend the wedding of his friend, A. F. SCHULTZ
Tuesday noon. F. D. SCHNEBLY, Ed. KINGRY and James WRIGHT will leave in a few days for Mexico to look
after their mining interests. W. E. AYRES and family who have been visiting for the past week will arrive tomorrow to
visit with his half brother, J. M. MARTIN and wife for a few days. Mr. AYRES and family are
en route to their home at Tampico.


Dexter SHOUDY, agent to the N. W. I. Co., at Spokane was here last week looking after the
company's coal interests. R. C. ACKLEY, general foreman, made a short visit to Cle Elum recently. C. F. SHANNO, who has been on the sick list for some time is slowly convalescing, but it
will be about three weeks yet before he can resume his position on the road. Bert CARROL leaves shortly for an extended visit to his old home in the east. The railroad company has purchased the ice remaining in the DOTY ice house and will use this
until the new crop of ice can be placed in storage. There was a wreck at Upham near Martin Monday night that damaged three cars considerable. The bridge and building gang work steadily and they will soon have the ice house finished.
Following the completion of the ice house they will commence work on the stock yards...
Mr. ELLIS' gang is still here and at work laying additional trackage in west end of the yards. Everett PLACE and W. EPPISH have been on the sick list for a few days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. TUCKER, a son. W. T. WALLACE and Frank HARDWICK are attending court this week. F. A. HAGGADORN has been on the sick list for several days. The Italians employed here for the past year as coal heavers have been removed to other


Thos. MAXEY is doing the janitor work at the court house for Mr. ELWOOD who is quite sick. Philip OLMSTEAD of Puyallup came over today on business.


The home of Tillman HOUSER in this city was the scene of a very enjoyable home gathering
Christmas. The party was a surprise on Mr. and Mrs. HOUSER. The guests met at an appointed
place and drove to the house in a body. The dinner, which was brought by the ladies, did
honor to the occasion. The afternoon was spent in music and conversation. Guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison HOUSER, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. GERMAN, Mr. and Chester CHURCHILL, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
BRESGE, Mr. and Mrs. Alvey HOUSER, North Yakima, Charles FRANSUE, Misses Lena HOUSER, Eunice


At the M. E. parsonage in this city, Wednesday, Dec. 30th, Fred N. PEARSON and Miss Agnes
WERNER were joined in wedlock, Rev. Wm. PARK officiating. The bride was dressed in blue and
white. The happy couple at once repaired to their home on Seventh street which Mr. PEARSON
had previously prepared for this occasion.


Mr. and Mrs. CHAPIN spent Christmas with F. S. CHAPIN of Ellensburg. All the Danes of the neighborhood gathered at Jens SORENSON's last Saturday night and spent
the evening in dancing and feasting. Miss STEVES spent Chrsitmas with J. H. MORGAN and family. Mrs. C. S. CHAPIN is visiting this week with her son L. J. CHAPIN. Miss Christine MURRAY is visiting with her sister, Mrs. John WHITE.


Fine weather with 12 inches of snow. H. C. McCORD has charge of the GALES residence and Hotel at the head of Lake Kachess. The Christmas tree at the church was a grand success. The program was gotten up in a very
short time by Mesames CHADE, ORR, VIRGIL, and JOHNSON. The residence of Loui PRINTEST was totally destroyed with all its contents, Christmas.
Insurance, $500. Mrs. CHAPMAN is on the Sound this week. Mrs. A. G. BUNTS is down in Oregon for a few days visit. ERKENBRACK & Son have dissolved partnership. J. E. taking the store, Ray going into the
wood business.


Miss Rose BORDEN is the guest of her sister, Mrs. DRAPER. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Ben HICKS, Friday, a daughter. Miss Ethel BARNES spent Tuesday in the city. Agnes KINETH visited in Ellensburg Saturday and Sunday.


R. V. GAGE hauled the lumber last Wednesday to build a new fence around the school grounds. F. C. BARNHART visited Dist. No. 1 to inspect their ventilating system... J. W. McDONNELL and wife took Christmas dinner with Geo. HANNA. D. O. BING, the teacher, is spending the week with friends in Ellensburg and Dist. 2.


The Central Christian church Sunday school elected officers Sunday morning as follows:
Superintendent, W. M. KENNEY; Asst. Supt. Mrs. Etta FRANCIS; Secretary, Arthur HOBSON; Treasurer,
Mrs. Tillie POST; Librarians, Lura COLLIER and Joseph E. TURNER; Organist, Lillie PRESTON.


Thursday morning Jack ELLISON, convicted of a deadly assault, was sentenced to ten years
in the penitentiary. Harry DAVIS, for deadly assault, was also sent up for ten years. Dave
HARRINGTON, convicted of horse stealing, three years. They were taken to Walla Walla by
Sheriff THOMAS, who was accompanied by J. P. BECKER.


I have on the range's three-year-old cow, branded on left side X I on right hip X ...
swallow fork in each ear. Persons knowing her will please notify me by mail and will I reward
them. John BUFORD


Estate of Jesse R. GREGORY, deceased... Superior Court... Executor, Hiram B. GREGORY.
Dated Dec. 10, 1903.


Sheriff's Sale - Peter McCALLUM and Charles SMALLWOOD, plaintiffs vs. Lawrence M. TULLY,
defendant. Foreclosure - Francis M. COX, plaintiff, vs. Edith M. WADE, Ralph LEVY, Maud B. LEVY, and

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