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ridsou Block., FOurth Street.
F. M. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR.
SIX GOOD POINTS ABOUT THE ANGLE LAMP.
EASY TO CARE FOR. ABSOLUTE NON-EXPLOSIVE.
A MONEY SAVER.
NO UNDER SHADOW VERY LITTLE HEAT. A LARGE
BRILLIANT LIGHT. REMEMBER EVERY $ YOU SPEND
WITH ME I RETURN io PER CENT IN TRADE.
Read Newman's letter.
Read Collins new adv't.
Daniel Sully, March 25th.
Needles and oil at VV. A. Privett's.
Dexter Shoudy was in the city Mon
Plowing and gardening will soon be in
The weather has been quite blustery
E. T. Barden left for Seattle Monday
Superior court convened Monday
C. H. Gray is down with an attack of
B. V. Barge arrived in tho city Friday
Tlie wind kept most people off tho
itreets this week.
Chas. Thomas' school in district No. 4
Pianos and organs on easy payment
a* W. A. Privett.
R. B. Wilson knows how to give bar
gains. See his adv't.
The snow storm Wednesday morning
was of short duration.
Daniel Sully in "O'Brien, The Con
tractor," March 25th.
Sheriff Wynegar went up to Roslyn
Monday on official business.
Miners can be supplied with all kinds
of blanks at Tub Dawn office.
Watch work a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed at W. A. Privett's.
Howard Masterson, of Teanaway, was
in the city Tuesday on business.
Daniel Sully has one of the best plays
on the road. March. 25,1898.
J. H. Snively, of Yakima was in the
city Monday on legal business.
Be sure and call at Scott & Latimer's
and get their prices before buying.
Sidney Johnson have moved out into
the country six miles south east of town.
A twelve pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Ford, on Saturday, Mar.
Ellensburg will soon have another gro
cery store on Pearl street and perhaps
For carpets go to Scott & Latimer's.
Prices will astonish you. they are so
Carpets! Where can I get tbe best
and most complete assortment to select
from? Why at Scott & Latimer's, of
Mrs. J M. Ready, of this city, regis
tered at the Donnelly hotel in Tacoma
The farmers of tho valley took out
quite a iot of new farm machinery last
W. F. Patterson left this week for
Blewett. He will go to work at once in
Mr. Fitterling has leased forty cows
from C. 11. Gray. Later he will take
them to the Umtanum.
The entertainment at the M. K. church
Monday evening by Alexander Bull was
haidly up to the expectations.
Assessor Poland has appointed 0. B,
Fuller, editor of the Wenatchee Advance,
as his deputy on the east side.
Miss Lillian Gager. the clever school
teacher at Thorp, was in town Saturday
visiting her father and mother.
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tuke Lxutive Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Drafts refund the money if it fails to cure
25 cents. '
Harry Couger, of North Yakima, was
io the city on business last Monday and
made Tun Dawn a pleasant call.
Henry Friend left Tuesday morning
lor Tacoma to join their crew bound for
the Copper river district in Alaska.
Howard Masterson has been appointed
deyutv assessor of the Teanaway country
by County Assessor, G. C. Poland.
Arthur Sewall, the running mate of
William J. Bryan, on the national demo
cratic ticket of 1896, paßsed through El
lensbura, Sunday morning on his way to
Mrs. OwingS and two daughters, ar
rived in the city last week to visit Mrs.
Owing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Butcher. They came from Deer Lodge,
Montana, and expect to go from here to
Rambler bikes at W. A. Privett's.
The famous Daniel Sully, March 25th.
F. M Williams made a living trip to
I. W. Sherman, of Mission, left last
week for Skagway.
Deputy Sheriff Palmer went up to
Swank Wednesday on legal business.
I. N. Power, I. K. Moon and Dell
Wilson left this week bound for Alaska.
SeeOtirnew line of carpets at figures
astonishingly low. Scott & Latimer's,
A lady over at Rock Island killed a
wild goose last week with a 22 i ilie at a
distance ot 66 van Is.
There will be a temperance lecture
given in theTtiorp school house on the
24th of March. All are invited to at
Thos. Hodges met with an accident on
Thursday of last week, liis team ran
away severely injuring his wile and
No, Company A has not gone to Ha
vana, neither is it all likely that they
will go, but if they should, the boys will
never be found wanting and they will be
an honor to Kittitas county and the
state of >\ ushington.
Laxative Bromo Quiutue Tablet* move the
bowels* gently, rell< ye« tin ugh, cure* the
feverish condition and hendahce, making the
best and quickest remedy for cough*, cold* and
LaQrlppe. Cure* In one day. No cure no pay.
l or sale b> Stephen* <S Elwood.
We send each of our subscribers over
at Mission and Rock Island a package of
assorted garde seeds ibis week. We
would like to give each subscriber of
Tmk Dawn a package but our supply is
limited and will not go round by 700
Last year we handled Northrup and
King ,1 line of package seeds aud found
them to give excellent satisfaction, so
have concluded to handle them again
tnis year. The price will be the same as
last season— 'l packages lor •"> cents.
F. Bossong iv. Co.
Reports has it that considerable gold
is being taken oul of the sand and gravel
below Tjossem's mill iv the V ikima
river by two gentlemen who are woiking
a ''line gold saving machine." Parties
from town wen' down this week to see
how it is i eing done.
Yesteiday about 11 o'clock the house
.Mr. John Satterwhite lives in on the
corner of flth and Ruby, was discovered
to be on fire. The lire department was
soon out in good shape, controlled the
fire and saved ihe building and house
hold goods. The building is damaged
Just Received —The finest and most
complete stock ol carpets ever brought
to Ellensbvrg, embracing our 15 differ
ent patters ol Ingrain Papistry and Body
Brussels, Moquets and Axminster car
pets at prices that will astonish you.
Call and get our prices.
Scott & Latimbb,
Judge Davidson convened the super
ior court Monday morning when the tak
ing oi testimony in the Sinclair divorce
case was completed. The court took tlie
case under advisement and requested the
stenographer to extend his notes insofar
as the property was affected. No decis
ion will be rendered until this is done.—
If you want the news of congress, you
Want a paper called the Seattle Times
ami you can get The I'awn and Times
one year for if 1.40.
Many people ask where is the best
place to buy clothing? The universal
answer is, at C. L. Collins, where you
can buy clothing and gents' furnisliing
goods—and gel fust class goods at rea
sonable prices. He is satisfied with a
reasonable profit, he Bells for cash, he
treats his customers with courtesy, he
advertises judiciously, which gives him
a good trade, and his customers appre
Onions are worth .S4O per ton. F. Bos
song & Co , have a fresh supply of sets
we are selling at 12... per lb.
Mrs. Herold. Dressmaker,
Pine Street, between Ist and
Prices very reasonable.
A unique, novel and interesting enter
tainment was given by the Carrlngton
Company at tlie opera bouse Saturday
night. The drum solos attracted much
attention, and the applause showed the
enthusiastic manner in which the audi
ence received the different numbers of
the program. The delineations ot Mr.
Carrington were clear and strong. His
views were impressive and made touch
ing by the songs rendered by the quar
tette The pianist, de Chauvenet, though
modest, is a most artistic performer, on
his chosen instrument. His great charm
is his real warmth and genuineness ot
feeling The management are to he con
gratulated for the high class entertain
ments given by this star course.
JVEW r STORE! NEW GOODS!
We have opened and offer to the public, the largest and most complete line of Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, Pianos and
Organs, ever displayed in Ellensburg and at
PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION!
Call and get our prices before purchasing.
Wanted—A woman to do kitchen
work. Most he a good cook . Apply Bt
the New (Jem Restaurant,
\V. B. True, Lock box 608.
Tlie saloons in Seattle will now be
"wide open" day and night, also all the
gambling hells, (.'rime and horrors will
The populists elected live members of
the city council in Seattle Tuesday.
Tudge Hume was elected mayor of
Seattle Tuesday by a small majority over
fjalderhead, the populist nominee.
Dr. P. I*. Gray was appointed receiver
lof the Snipes bank and property, vice
I Dr. I. N. Power. The new receiver took
• possession Tuesday.
Congregational church, the morning
theme: "The deeeitfulness of sin."
Bible study class at 4 p. m, Evening
subject, "Where faith begins and where
it ends. Key. E. C. Wheeler, pastor.
On Sunday evening the Baptist pastor
will discuss the timely question, "Shall
we let slip the days of war." In the
morning the subject will be. "The Peni
tent Robber." The public are invited
to these services.
Mrs. Stevenson returned from Portland
Wednesday evening, where she has been
buying a stock of spring millinery.
Mrs. .Icnkins keeps ladies' millinery
and furnishing goods—a first class mil
liner in attendance; will trim all hats
free. Latest style walking bats, also
driving ami cycling gloves. All new
goods at the lowest prices. The cele
brated Jackson waists for ladies at $1.00
George L. Voice, of Fairhaven, brother
of .1. E. Voice, of the fish market, and
Mrs. M. J. Jenkins, of the ladies' supply
store in 'lubblock, arrived in the city
last evening to take charge of the con
struction of the new Presbyterian church
building. Mr. Voice will give employ
ment at fair wages to all mechanics in
Klleusburg that care to have it. It is
expected now that the work will be
commenced Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Miller, of Green
wood. B. 0., are visiting Rev. and Mrs.
Marvin (hiring this week. The lady is
better known in Ellensburg as Miss
Alice Stile, the neiee of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin. The voting people were mar
ried in San Francisco, Mar. 2 and are
now ou their way home to the north
country. They will leave here Monday
evening, March 14 for Spokane. T/HB
Dawn extends hearty congratulations
ami well wishes,
"A Bachelor's lloncvmoou" was given
at the opera house Monday evening.
The troop deserved a much bitter audi
ence than the one which greeted them.
Some of the plays given a short time
previous to this were not of the highest
onler. and ibis one Buffered in conse
quence. All those taking part in this
play, seemed to understand what they
were doing and carried the plot out well.
The next attraction is Dan Sully, who
has appeared here before, and is known
to be first-class. Go and see a good en
tertainment while you have an oppor
Mr. Joe Gibson has begun plow
Mr. John McCumber has moved
his family to their new home be
low the Fogarty place.
Mr. Harry Reigel and family
have moved into the house near
the foot hills formerly occupied by
Mr. Ed. Brown and family.
School closed Friday after a six
months' term. In the afternoon
the girls who were attending ac
companied by the teacher paid a
visit to Miss Nora Nelson one of
the former pupils of the school,
who has been very ill for some
Mr. Will Wilson is going to work
on the Reed ranch for Mr. Cole
man. We lose him again from
our neighborhood and this will be
sad news for the young ladies.
Mr. Carmi Pease finds house
keeping alone to be lonesome work
but he ought to know the remedy.
Mr. Arthur Damman intends to
put an entirely unbroken piece of
ground near the mill under culti
vation this season. So much more
will be reclaimed from the wild
waste of sage brush.
Mr. David Walters is again at
his brother's —Mr. Jeff Walters.
Miss Bessie Brockman is on the
sicK list She applied herself too
closely to her books while suffering
from severe headache.
Scott 8c Latimer,
N. Y. X.
Will Kellogg and R. L. McGin
nis were crossing the Yakima
bridge, with a load of wood when
tlie snow gave way on one side
causing the wood and rack to be
thrown into the river. The boys
were cool headed and saved their
lives by jumping ahead on the nar
The post odice here will change
Mr. W. A. Kellogg is in Tacoma
for a while; probably he can tell
us something new about the sound
when he returns. He is greatly
missed in our literary work.
'•(food morning Hima! Didn't
you get home last Wednesday
night?" "No." "Well you must
have crossed the bridge after the
Elba McGinnis left for Kittitas
valley to get work with his team.
Total amount of snow fall dur
ing February, 21 .5 12 inches. Tlie
! thermometer did not register
■ lower than 4 above zero.
School begins soon with Chas.
Thomas as teacher.
A. T. Virgil expects to leave for
the sound country.
Trappers are doing well enough
catching '"fur" not to grumble.
A. 0. Johnson must be fishing
after a corner on eggs. He is pay
ing 2o cents per dozen ; there is no
one else who has money enough to
The snow is fast leaving and
every one predicts an early spring.
Mr. J. M. Silvist was in Easton
H. G. Stewart and son were in
It is impossible to get a horse
over the road and the ranchers
from Lake Valley can be seen every
day with packs of provision on
their back, making their way to
their snow hidden homes.
Laiest music at Privett's.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Yakima, Mash.
March 5, 189 S.
otiee is hereby given that tlie following,
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof iv support of his claim aud
that said proof will be made before E. L.
Evens, clerk of the superior court, at Klleus
burg. Washington, on Ai>rii 10, is9s. viz'
Sherman luvlor, H. E. No- 184, forthe L. U, N.
E U and t. W S. E. }£, Sec. 24, I. 19, N. K. 16,
1. w. M. Washington.
He uamcs the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon aud cultivation
of said land, viz: William Splawn, George
Splawn, ). I). Cross and Johu Yearwood, of
A. F. Snblwno, Register.
Sewing machines lepaired and taken in
on new ones at W. A. Privett's.
Brief Histoiy of Kittitas.
The average wages paid for farm
and range hands for 1897 was about
$18. per mouth. Mill and shop la
borers get $20 to $25 per month.
There are 6 saw mills in operation
in the county, the total daily capaci
ty of which is 35,000 feet. There are
4 flouring mills in operation in the
county, one in Ellensburg, owned by
Andrew Olsen; one 6 miles south of
town owned by R. P. Tjossem & Son;
one out 6 miles north-east owned by
Mr. Enos of Portland, Ore, but is
operated by B. F. Vaunt, and M.
Don't send away from home
for a Stock Book if you need
for one. The Dawn office can
can turn one or more out on
short order—such as any mi
ner would admire. Call and
see our samples before giving
your out your orders.
Cole; one at Thorp owned by Henry
Ramm, who also operates it. The
total daily capacity ol the 4 mills is
about 250 barrels daily. These mills
cost about $100,000 and they turned
out last year about 60,000 barrels of
flour, of which 35,800 barrels were
consumed in the state and 22,000
were exported from the state.
Usually about 80 school teachers
are employed in the county at wages
averaging $48 per month. The
school buildings of the county, inclu
ding the grounds, cost $85,000, with
a total value of all school property
including libraries, etc., $98,881.
BROWN'S TREE SOAP,
Stephens & Elwood*
A. P. Tugwell and F. It. Baker, edit
ors of the Tacoma Sun were arrested
Saturday for contempt of court. They
published in their paper—The Sun—an
article regarding the decision of the su
preme court in the matter of the Tacoma
Warrant suit and to say the least the
court thought the article more forceful
It is a blessed period
in a woman's life when mMmWJk\
a dear little stranger
comes •driving down C~~™m9j/+Wt]f^
out of cloudland to
make it 9 home iv her iff nrWjjffh
heart and call her /*
toother. Yet the ma- W" A jmrnzflfl
jority of women ap- jpjfp' 'iSIfV
proach this time with A jy^^ESr l
fear and misgiving- -'4 1
both for themselves S-SN 'Jjs>~
and the expected little fT / ">
one. The mother's _\\ heart fore-
imperfection in the
BP baby while the worn-
Xl Ik anly nature fears its
suk) m own sufferings; and per-
I haps a little spice of vani
ty about her figure makes
VI Tf#\ her dread that its attrac-
Cy % £X\ *i ve contour may be de-
V "V/T" Jl\ stroyed by maternity.
I\jT I . JffelC. But as a matter of fact
-«J when a woman is in per
l"ect health and condi-
VJK X tion, motherhood should
only serve to enhance
« and accentuate her phy
sical attractiveness. Ev
f"7 cry expectant mother
10 should know and avail
herself of the health-giving, nerve-toning
properties of Dr. Pierces Favorite Pre
scription. It gives specific strength and
endurance to the organism of maternity ;
promotes thorough, healthy, constitutional
vigor and recuperative energy. It makes
motherhood safe and comparatively com
fortable; insures the baby's perfection and
preserves the mother's buoyant spirit and
Mrs. Elizabeth Hull, 37 Merrick Street, Paw
tueket, R. 1., writes: "I have taken Dr. Pierces
Favorite Prescription and cannot speak too well
of it. I have had fifteen babies, and always had
a bad time. Sometimes I had to have two doc
tors. I began taking your ' Prescription ' last
July, and in September I gave birth to two little
girls, and I never had such an easy time. I had
no doctor, and was not in pain half of the time
as before. My weight is about two hundred
pounds. My twins when born weighed ten
pounds each. They are fine girls, now four
In many cases where constipation is one
of the aggravating causes of disease, Dr.
Pierces Pleasant Pellets should be used iv
conjunction with the ''Favorite Prescrip
tion."• They are the simplest and molt
perfectly natural laxative ever invented
The school district indebtedness of
the county, exclusive of bonded in
debtedness amounts to about $31,
345, with school district bonds
aggregating about $68,700. There
49 school districts in the county and
4 graded schools, 42 school build
ings, the total seating capacity of
which is nearly 3,000. There are
16 post offices in the county, as fol
lows: Blewctt, Chewaukum, Cle-
Elum, Easton, Ellensburg, Liberty,
McCallum, Martin, Mission, Peshas
tin, Rock Island, Roslyn, Teanaway,
Thorp, Tunnel and Wenatchee.
Good authorities state that lully
60,000 acres of land in the county
which are as yet not irrigated, can by
means oi canals or ditches be easily
brought into a high state of cultiva
tion. The irrigated lands of this
valley (Kittitas) have a special value
for dairying and stock raising pur
poses, being located near the Cas
cade mountains, which afford a large
area of free grazing lands on unsur
veyed government lands.
There are in operation in the Kit
titas valley now 15 creameries and
2 cheese factories, the product of
Kittitas COUNTY, Jan. 18, 1898.
To Joseph Anderson, Chas. K. Uoitze, .las. H.
Smith and CW. Rich you are hereby notified
that we the undersigned have expended two
hundred dollars in improvements upon the
"Red I.ion and "Mountain Lion" lodes in the
Swank Mining district, situated on a tributary
of Williams Creek as will appear by certificates
filed December 'J9th, 18'J", in the office of the re
corder of Kittitas county, in order to hold said
premises under provision* ot section 2321, Re
vised Statutes of tho United States, being the
amount required to hold the same for the year
ending December 81ft, 1897, audi wltuin ninety
days after this notice by publication you fall or
refuse to contribute your proportion of such ex
penditure as co-owner, your interest in said
claims will become the property of the subscrib
trs under said section 2."21.
CHAS H.tXTKK, J. W. EMERSON. L. JaFFE,
and Frank E. Ginoras.
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at North Yakima W..
January 27th, 1898.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his iuteution
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before E. L. Evens,
clerk of Superior Court, at Ellensburg, VYu.,ou
March 12th, 18'JS, viz:
GEORGE RUDOLPH, H. E. No. 1047.
for the WUN. W. W and W> a B. W. W, Sec. 8,
T. 19, N. R. 17, E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said laud, viz: John L. Bachmau, of Uoslyn,
Wn., John A. Wilson, of Teanaway, Wn., M.
C Ballard, of Teanaway, John lioure, of Teana
Any person who desires to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason, under the lav aud regula
tion ol the Interior Department, why such proof
should not be allowed, will be given an oppor
tunity at the above meutioued time and place
to cross examine the witnesses of said claimant
and to offer evid euce in rebuttal of that sub
mitted by claimant. A- F. SWELLING,
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at North Yakima, Washington.
February 2d 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be, made be
fore E. L. Evens, Co. Clerk, at Ellensburg,
Wn. on March 26th. 1898. viz:
DAVID O. EVANS,
H. E, No. 1756 for the E. US. E. % 3. W. %
s. E. V t and S. E. !4 S. W. fcj Sec. 30, T. 19 N. R.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz: George W. Splawn
Thorp, Wn. William L. Splawn, Thorp. Wn.,
John A Yearwood, Thorp, Wn.,Shermau Taylor
Any person who desires to protest against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law
and regulations of the'lnterior Department
why such proof should not be allowen, will
be given an opportunity afthe above men
tioned time anil place to cross-examine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evi
dence in rebuttal of that submitted by
claimant. A. F. Snklling, Register.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Laud Office, North Yakima, Wn.
Notice is hereby given that Rufus Cook, of Kl
leusburg, Washington has filed notice of inten
tion to make proof on his desert land claim No.
537, for the W U, N. W. V A . S. W. W£, N. W. J4,
See. 14, tp. 18 N. K. 19 t, before E. L. Evens,
clerk of suporior court at Klleusburg, Wn., on
Saturday, the 9th day of April, 181 M. He names
the following witnesses to prove the complete
irrigation ana reclamation of said land:
P H. Schucblv. K. N. Cook, Frank lultou,
William liuss, all of Ellensburg, Wash.
A. K. Snem.ing, Register.
which is known both far and near
and yield to the people of valley
thousands of dollars annually.
Kittitas county was established
November 24, 1883. Eliensburg,
the county seat is situated on the
Yakima river and on the line of the
Northern Pacific railway. The State
Normal School is located here.
The Great Northern Railroad runs
across the north end of the county
with a trackage in the county of 62
miles 3,453 feet, or 57 miles 4,993
feet main line, 4 miles 3,740 met side
track The Northern Pacific has 78
miles, 3,182 feet main line and 19
miles, 1,683 feet side track; or a total
trackage of 160 miles, 3,038 teet in