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Wall Street Mining Co. stamp mill is here and will handle 12 tons a day.
Frank Hutter will operate a brickyard on the old yard grounds near the coal mineshaft.
C.H. Pridham, merchant of Meaghersville, is now living in Yelm, Washington.
Miller and Short let a contract for buildings a new sawmill. Mill will be equipped to produce railroad ties. This will give them 2 mills.
Council proceedings talk about a city farm leased to Russell and now to Rasler. The rent is fixed at $105 plus care for the water reservoir.
Editorial calls for an ordinance to regulate the handling and storing of mining powder. It is reported that miners take powder to their homes before going to the mine. In some instances the keg was used as a stool to sit on while warming up at theā€¦
City will furnish water for opening of No. 7 Mine. Company will construct suitable homes for miners and has plans to establish a store without having to wait delivery from Roslyn or Cle Elum. Plans by N.W.I. Company.
The Hewett Moving Picture Co. is playing in Roslyn to the largest attendance of the opera house there. People are being turned away.
Warehouse will be made from local brickyard.
Cle Elum Gun Club held a shoot using live pigeons. A list of participants is included.
The Modern Woodmen of America and Royal Neighbors of America have joint installation.
N.W.I. Store is going to enlarge its storeroom. Brick warehouse to be constructed in early spring.
Editorial points out that the C.M. and St. P. trains will be running through Cle Elum in 18 months. There is a need for housing and property to be put on the market. Failure to do so will retard city growth.
Total snow to date is 10 feet, 9 inches. Four years ago it was 10 feet, 11 inches.
The Cle Elum Bottling Works has been sold to Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Kouzlarich, an experienced bottling man.
The Cle Elum Echo is moving to the Cle Elum State Bank building.
The C.M. and St. P. Railway and the Seattle Steel Works have secured an option of several sections of land lying between the west and middle fork of the Teanaway River. Farmers in the area have been getting their coal from this deposit.
The mercury has been between 0 and -16 throughout the week.
Discussion of article involves facts and figures on how Frank Carpenter started the Cle Elum State Bank.
Wanted: 40,000,000 feet of timber not more than 3 miles from the Teanaway River. Will pay spot cash. Teanaway Coal and Mining Co., Frederick Badere, General Manager.