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The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World for $1.65
VOL. 5- NO- io.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS —ATTONEYS.
CARROL B. ORAVES. IRA P. ENOLEHART.
Graves & Engl chart,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offices: Ellensburg and
Mires & Warner,
flUtotnWjfa at Saw,
Will practice in nil the courts of the
state. Office in Geddis Block.
L, A. Vincent,
fltttoiu.Mj at £aw,
Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Office in the Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH !
B. E. Waftr, Martin Cameron,
Wager & Cameron,
Attorneys at Law.
Stone Bank Building, Ellensburg.
guarantee Dr. Miles' Pain
"MS to nop Headache. "One cent a dose."
lllLuL uulu lliil HLuLlil
The Latest Styles In
The Pattm ro the Latest
Qui! Tie Best
Prices the Lowest!
90 C. TO $5.00
Yours For Comfort,
Quality and Price,
C. L COLLINS.
; Kirk Whited,
£UtontiMj at Saw,
Will practice in all the courts of the
W. J. WELSH,
flttoriicij at £9111.
Will practice in the courts of Roslyn
and Superior court of Kittitas county.
! ROSLYN, WASH "
3. C. Davidson,
Room 3 Davidson Block.
If you want to keep
your goods, DON'T adver
Headaehm, 'topped I In » minutes by Dr.
Miles' Pahi Pills. "One cent a aose.
ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, MARCH n 1898.
T- J. NEWLAND, M. D.
LOCAL SURGEON N. P.
Office in Cadwell Block. Office
hours i to 5 p. m. Leave orders
at Stephens & Elwood Drug Store.
| J. B. PRICE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OCULIST and ACCOUCHEUR.
, A Graduate o! Philadelphia Class
! Office and Residence: —Over
i Billy Price's New Gem Restaurant,
j Reiers by permission to Drs. Bean,
New land and Power.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
, YOU WRITE LETTERS?
Of course you do, and you ought never to
send off a letter without your name and
address on the envelope to prevent delays and
mistakes. We will furnish and print you 100
good white envelopes with your name and ad
dress on upper left hand comer forSOctS.S
i for SU*: M» for $1.75; or 1000 for $3.25
\ll kinds of job printing executed neatly aud
promptly at reasonable prices. Address:
THE DAWN, Ellensburg, Wash.
Mas. First: Don't tell anybody
But tlie nicest children's colored shoes
for the price, I have seen this season are
at Flynn's They have Vesting tops,
Coin Toes, Lace, and are awfully nice.
Mrs. Second: Oh! I knew that long ago. I
bought two pair last week for my twins.
You have saved for a Spring suit and we will send
you away happy .^^^g^-t^
FIRST CLASS GARMENTS
SECOND CLASS PRICES.
You will find style, fit and durability in every Gar
ment. Not flash and show but sterling worth.
OUR GOODS ARE NEW®
QOUIR PRICES RIGHT.
Tll«3 (lavVSey 3 )
AOBNTS ASTKI) in every town and city In
the nation ami WOI I<l, to sell America and the
World ' l'rice 16 cents to Agents. Address,
lost Oflice Box No. 450, Nov York City,
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of The Dawn and the Seattle
Times one year for $1.40.
$1,000 For Nothing.
Curtis Buntin, l'reeident street, Brook
lyn, N. V., spent $1,000 with doctors und at
famous spriugs, in the effort to cure a bad
ease of rheumatism. Drummond's Light
ning Remedy helped him from the start,
and by its use he was fully reetored. It
will do the same for you if given a trial.
Send $5 to the Drummond Medicine Co.,
New York City, and }hey will Ship to your
address a mooth's treatment—two large
bottles of their remedy. Agents wanted.
LOW PRICES TALK.
ELLENSBURG GROCERY & COMMISSION CO., SHOUDY BLOCK, MAIN STREET
A Quarter of a Dollar p-,-d«w
goes lurther in buying here tlian any- oN\|/^^
where else we know of. We stirred up a Nuts. Also
hornet's nest with our low prices: and BARRELS OF CANDY.
we expect to keep on stirring. • /fn\ vV *
Our "baits" will continue to catch. The price us the lowest ever made in
Honest value for the money is our bait. Ellensburg.
, We have a Home Bakery in connection.
Arhuckles and Lyon Coffee 15c
Savon Soap, full weight, per bat 04c
Luckel's Borax Soap, " " o(sc
3fb cartoon Crackers 22c
Sugar, Am. Gran. 141bs. for $1.00
» >< " per sack $0.00
Sugar subject to market changes.
Lemons, per dozen 15c to 25c
Lard, stbs local 55c
Gold Dust, 3tb package 2oc
Sea Foam Washing Powder Ooc
Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c
Lantern Globe 10c
Hominy, 101b sack 35c
Codfish, 21b brick 160
Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c
Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c
TO-E GIVE EXACT OHAKTaE.
r Burpee potatoes for seed, two weeks earlier than the Early Rose One cent a pound
ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., OH. V,^stcott .Manager.
Fresh Oame. Pot ltry, Eggs.
EVERYTHING IN SEASON.
SEWING MACHINES! PRICES CUT IN THE MIDDLE
THE NEW GOODRICH MACHINE ONLY $30.
j. JSS. VOICE, Prop.
IN THE CITY
The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.40
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Congressman Loud, of California,
is actively pushing his pet meas
ure —the bill to alter the present
laws relating to second-class mail
matter. This hill failed of passage
at the last session in congress, and
it is to he hoped that it will again
meet a like fate. The bill places a
host of restrictions on publishers,
and practically leaves them at the
mercy of the postmaster-general's
whim. Under its provisions the
cheap paper editions of Dickens,
(Scott and other standard authors
must advance in price, as the pub
lishers of such works will be de
barred from sending them through
the mails at the present rate of
postage, one cent per pound. In
stead, they will be mailable at
eight cents per pound, which, as
these books frequently weigh as
much as a pound, will advance
prices to the public to that extent.
If Mr. Loud should devote his en
ergies to reducing the exhorbitant
rates now paid to the railroads by
the government for the transporta
tion of mails, he would speedily
transform the annual deficiency in
the postal department to a surplus.
If you are opposed to Mr. Loud's
bill, send our congressman and
senators a postal card, and let them
PHOTOGRAPHS are now printed by
artificial light. You can get them from
us. We are right up to date at Pautzko's
Weekly Market Report.
Seattle, Mar. *J—Thehay mar
ket is a little. Potatoes holding
their own, considering the supply,
but no immediate prospect of an
Wheat, per ton, - - $23
Oats, choice, per ton, - $23
Potatoes, per ton, - - $14
Butter--Ranch, - 22 to 23
" Creamery, brick, 27
Hay—East Wash, timothy, $18
Alfalfa - - $12
Straw - 7
Tlie lenten season is here and F. Bos
song & Co., have provided for it with a
supply of choice salted and canned fish
at bedrock prices.
Raisins, good per lb. 08c
Evaporated Apples per tt> 10c
Peaches " " 10c
Pickles in hulk, per quart 10c
Whole Spices per lb 20e
Ground Spices per pound 24c
Dixon's Stove Polish 05c
Cider Vinegar, good per gallon 20c
Beans, large white 3^c
Royal Baking Powder, 12oz 38c
Gillet's Pepper Box Bluing. 08c
Griffin's Bluing 07c
Liquid " Pints 08c
Creamery Butter 60t
Ranch " 4U to 50c
Canned Peaches 15c
Table Salt, 51b 08c
Standard brands of Tobacco 45c