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THE ELLENSBURG DAWN
Robert A. Turner, tditor.
Rntemi Nov. Hh IS*, at »ti Poatoßee. ll
lena'jurir. Washington, t, entitled, w
second Clara oostal rate*
Ke-ent«-red as necond-c'.aaa nailer August 14
180 S. at the post office at K.:en»burg
Wash., under the act of March ». IS7W
Jrnci 416 Ncrth Pine Mreei. Ueiwerr.
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CO A NOES Tai-.ve changes >e»r arlthoal
charge AO other changes aarged tor at
coat of composition
All e»rds of thank*, noticeee: »ntertaina»e«u
fairs, sucia.- »t.- . :L< objaa - I which are
financial gain, will be charg J for at regular
One year, in advance 11 0*
six months, in advance W
Three months, in advance 35
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSD .1 AFTERNOON
Washington Democrat Papers
Following is a list of the demo
cratic papers published i I Washing
The Democrat, Spoka c.
The Dawn, Elicnsbur,
The Democrat, Tacoma
The Herald, Aberdeen.
The Standard, Olympic
The Heview Raymond.
The Examiner, Colville.
The Commoner, Colfax.
The Times, Sedro-Wooley.
The Presa, WaterviUe.
The Democrat, Metallic--.
The News, Hillyard.
The Press, Kalama.
The Advocate, Chebalis.
The Daily Star, Centralis.
The Tribune, Davenpo: ..
The Outlook, Almira.
The Spokesman, Kittitas.
The Puyallup Tribune Puyallup.
The ludependent-Becord. Pros-er
Pacilio County Times Haymoub.
State Wide Democrat, Seattle.
Washington Democracy, Seattle.
President Woo row Wilson
Vice Pres Thos. t. .Marshall
See of state Will:; a J. Bryan
See. of treas Wl.. G. McAfloo
Ses. of war L. M. Garrison
Attorney-Gen Jas. MoKeynolds
Postmaster-Gen Alb rt Burleson
Sea. of Navy Jose, ..is Daniels
Ses. of Interior FranLiin K. Lane
Seo. of David fc\ Houston
bee. com..labor Wm. C. Hedfieid
Ses. of labor Wm. B. Wilson
The currency bill passed the house
by a vote of to tiU.
The National Democratic Adminis
tiation grows more fpooular as it
President Wilson has inspired the
people with all manner ol confidence
in his honesty and sincerity of pur
pose and his determination to do the
right thing, in the right way and at
the right time.
The Portia ndOregonian. one of the
few remaining partisan Republican
organs, insists that the Underwood
tariff law is ail right a, 1 must pro
duce good results. Danville, Illinois
papers please copy.—Taco na Tribune.
Democratic leagues . re being
formed all over the state preparatory
to the approaching campaign. It is
the opinion of the mans fers that if
Washington can be throughly or
ganized this winter, the- democrats
will carry the state in 1911. with a
whirlwind campaign without a doubt.
Another Christmas day is here. It
has brought gladness to the hearts of
millions. True, there are sad hearts
too many of them, but It will ever
be so so long as time shall last. .Many
are languishing on bed-; of ''afflic
tions, many are hopping md skipping
about who do not realize the real
value of health—in fact most of us
fail in that respect unti health hi
de-parted and left us a wreck. Let
us make the best of the situation
contrite heart and give thanks to
God for his blessings.
Bracing Posts of Sheep Corral.
The sbee|, corrul is an Important
place to fence, for it should be built
strong enough so If the herd should
stampede they will not be able to tear
it down, says the lown Homestead
»(>wr v » -rm* A
A corral for shee
is often made of
field fencing at tho
bottom and several
strands of tightly
: wires at the top.
.Smooth posts, such
as cedar or split walnut ire the best
for high corral. Sot then firmly and
brace the corner posts v ry securely
Illustration shows how to brace. To
make a good fastening at the corners
of a aheap corral or any fence bring a
length of wire back from the front of
the post so it will extend Cleat around
it. Then lap these wires at the other
side. The wires may also be stapled.
A gate which swings from a toll guide
pole Is the kind for v sheep corral. Fix
something to fasten the gate to when
it is open; otherwise the gate is apt to
swing to at the wrong time when the
wind springs up suddenly. Fasten a
gate of this type with a chain and
CUBED Of LIYEH COMPLAINT
"I was suffering with liver com
plaint," says Iva Smith of Point Blank
Texas. and decided to try ■ J.V box
'of Chamberlain's tablets, and nm hap
ipy to say that I am completely eared
and can recommend them to every
; one." For sale by Model Pharmacy
O. W. Ball proprietor
Scholarship in America bus re
ceived grave damage from its
most inveterate enemy, which Is
early specialization. The stu
dent of English history who i an
not express an intelligent or in
telligible opinion as to the lignlfi
cance of the Stuart d.vnnsty will
take many page-; and draw nu
merous maps and plans for 'be
purpose of , rtablisbii , bj what
parti via: window Charles l
passed out of ' l
Whitehall to the fold, iie
notion that this sort of Infon is
tlon is important at any stage In
a student's career Is an illusion
well worthy of the study of the
academic pathologist. The as
sumption that such Information
can take the [dace of a real grasp
upon idens. tendencies and move
ments of opinion is hardly worth
discussing. The American col
lege must be brought back on to
a firmer basis than this If it Is
to survive and if if Is to he worth
working tor. It is probably not
possible to ascertain what pro
portion of American students go
to college for social purposes
only, what proportion go wilh a
specific vocational end in view
and what proportion go for the
purpose of becoming liberally ed
ucated gentlemen, it is prob
able, however, that the class last
named Is not now very large,
but the country will suffer se
verely if this class does not grow
constantly larger and more Im
portant-Nicholas Murray But
ler, Columbia University.
HOW TO AVOID ACCIDENTS
WITH KEROSENE LAMPS.
The two great and very real
dangers in connection with
lumps are dirt and carelessness,
aud to these two causes are at
tributed most lamp accidents.
Lamps with metal reservoirs are
safer than those of glass or chi
na, as the former, If upset, can
be picked up and replaced be
fore the oil can escape. Of course
the oil used must be of good
There is no saving, but some
waste and some danger In poor
oil. Bad oil clogs the wick and
the burner, besides giving off an
unpleasant and very dirty vapor.
Never turn down a lamp. It Is
meant to burn with the flame at
full height, aud when allowed to
smolder in this way it. will either
smoke or smell and most cer
tainly heat rupldly aud become a
distinct source of danger.
An alcohol lamp should always
be placed In a shallow dish, as
It Is liable to run out on table or
dresser and ignite. Never keep
the alcohol bottle near the light
ed lamp. Do not |M>ur fresh alco
hol Into the tank if there Is burn
ing char on it, for the entire con
tents may burst Into flames.
Do but consider.what an excel
lent thing sleep is. It Is so in
estimable a jewel that If a ty
rant would give ills crown for an
hour's slumber It cannot be
bought. V'ea, ho greatly are we
Indebted to this kinsman of
deatli that we owe the better
tributary half of our life to him,
and there is good cause why we
should do so, for sleep Is that
golden chain that ties health and
our bodies together. Who com
plains of want, of wounds, of
cares, of great men's oppressions,
of captivity, whilst be sleepeth'/
Beggars In their beds take as
much pleasure as klnns. Can we
therefore surfeit on this delicate
ambrosia 7 Can we drink too much
of that, whereof to taste too lit
tie tumbles into a churchyard
and to use but Indifferently
throws us Into bedlam? No,
no! Look upon Endyinlon, the
moon's minion, who slept three
score and fifteen years and \vas
not a hair the worse for It. ('an
lying abed till noon, then, being
not the threescore and fifteenth
part of his nap, be hurtful?-
Tho tuns Dekker.
B«i 6 POWDER
Made Iron pure, grape
Cream 11 Tartar
Best for good food and
Show us I merchant tl\ it makes
i use of space in the papers of his city
or town ami vve will show you a live
and wick-awake business man ami
one who is prospering. Then slum
us the man who does not use the
paper or one who does so spasmodical
ly, and we will show you a man who
is ready to say at any moment : "Oh.
I business is very t oor. Shears «V Saw.
! buck, the mail order folks, are get
ting all the trade now days."
Because tnv interests are here.
Because the community that
is good enough for me to live in
ii rood enough for me to buy in.
.1 attse I want to the ar
»use I want to get what I
boy when I pay for it.
Because the dollars I spend at
home stay at Inmic and WOtjJt for
the welfare of Ellensburg.
He-cause the man whom I buy
from stands hack of his goods.
Because the man I buy from
pays his part of taxes due the
city, county and state.
Because tin- man I buy from
helps support schools, churches,
home and our local industries.
Because when ill luck, misfor
tune or berievement come the
man I buy from is here with his
kindly greeting, his word of
cheer, and if Deeded, his purse,
to assist me.
Here's where 1 live and here's
where I buy
Why I Buy at Home
l: ~ . „:;esOo
init them so low that "left-overs" wont last
lout',. n»e first comers will get Best Picking.
1C Suits sizes 32, 33, 35 and 36 &4f\ A A
Was $15.00, $18.00 and 120.00 NOW *pIU.UU
rTff Suits all sizes from 35 to 42 CIX (\(\
'•' Better suits was $20, 22.50 and $25 now «Piv«UU
iS Suits all sizes from 35 to 42, Select tf»|o AA
styles was $22.50, 25.011 and 27.50 now »pIO»UU
11 Suits —The cream of the store, all sizes CIA AA
was $25.00, and 31.00 now ipawUeUU
Ji Childs 3-piece suits, was (12.25, 2.50, d»| nA
' 3-00, 3.50, 4.(10 and 5.00, now «PI»UU
INCLI ; DKI> arc some *2.00, 8.25, and d»| &f\
2. 50 men's soft collar dress shirts, now »pI«wU
C. L. COLLINS
One day the prophet on a river
Dipping his lips Into the channel,
A draft as sweet as honey. Then
there . utile
One w ho an earthen pitcher from
Drew op and drank and. after
some short stay
Dnder the shadow, rose and went
leaving his earthen bowl. In
Thirsting, the prophet from the •
Ami drank from, but the water
that cane up
Sweet from the stream drank bit
ter from the cup.
At whl D the prophet, in a still
Por ansvi er, turning up to heaven
bis c.v es.
The vessel's earthen lips with an
"The clay that I made of once
Who. dying and revolved Into the
Obliterated earth from which hp
Was for the potter dug and
chased ill turn
Through long vicissitude of howl
Lnt whosoever molded, still the
of that Orat mortal anguish
would retain and cast and re
cast for n tbonsend years.
Would turn the swivtest water
Those who have known grief
seldom seem sad. Disraeli.
Hogs turned Into cowpeaa when
tlic tM-iis are about ripe should
in reuse 300 to 800 pounds |ior
nere, nnd the land will bo batter
later from growing the pons.
The Idea Hint anything is good
enough for a pig is a mistaken
need exercise, for their
mi|<> purpose ami use iv life are
to produce muscle.
A good plan Is lo make the hog
lots lone, anil narrow and sow
i hem to pasture, plowing up al
there is DO animal that re
sponda more quickly or more
profitably to good treatment than
When the hogs have free uo
cess to Ha 11 there Is little danger
of their eating enough to injure
It Isai -t Impossible to crowd
the youni plga 100 fast, provided
you hnve the right kind of food
and i are
How TO INTERTAIN
Thanh giving i a suuson when
the v pu '■> dellgbta t»
l„.„se hospital: ) gather! rela
tives and Friends around bet
ir she happen ■ lo be a member
of a Ityge rauilly she arranges
reasl where young and old
enjoy the delicacies associated
with Thanksgiving. When her
family is small friends are In
vited to tin the "gape" around
I I veiling should he iirrahg
,.,) for the amusement of the
young people, particularly thoae
who have ret vi tied home for the
Oral winter holiday. -\ "I'rla
, ilia party" WOUld prove most
Interesting to them.
To the boys send invitations
docorated with a Puritan maiden
and draw Puritan ladl on the
invitations seal In the girls.
Request them to represent lin
early colonial lovers, John AJden
and Iris. ilia. These Costumes
are easily provided. A white
kerchief ami modes! Puritan cap
of while worn with a gray frock
will transform the girls Into
dainty Prisclllas. Broad white
collars ami cuffs, with knee
breeches, attire tin- boys as John
To amuse the young people
pr,<\ id.- each «iiii a card con
taining leu quotations from
Long 'ellow'e "Courtship of Miles
Btandlsb." These are written
With thrt r more words omit
ted from eOrh line These an
to be supplied, ami the one be
lag most su ssfui in complet
ing the 'quotations receives a
copy of the t m.
Bequest them to write a lim
erick about the landing of the
pilgrims. Tb!« will cause much
enjoyment, and while the laugh
ter is at Us heigh I Invite your
guests to the kitchen, where ar
rangements have been made for
an old faabloned candy pull.
If possible, seat your guests at
the table when serving refresh
A good way 10 inn I i he surplua
from the farm Is to put It back
into the farm The farm hank
never gets shaky. The man at
the head •<•( it may gel shaky,
bui the farm is all right—Farm
Murvy L. Bridgham
Funeral Director and Kmbalmer.
Phone—Residence Itiark 2605.
Phone—Of flee, Black 2601.
ELECTRIC LIGHT FARM
■ IOH BEADS JERSEYS
W« bare several head that ale now
fresh that must be .mid te make
room for our Hegiiitrr'd Herd. 51o«t
--ly heifers with first calf with eTcry
|irosp«it of making tine oowi.
Farmer! 379 Kir uabu rfr. Wash
Dr. E. C. Mohler
OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN
Glasses Scientifically Fitted
All work guaranteed
4u8!4 \. Pearl St.
Specialty mads of Kryptuk and Toric Lenses
ROSE & IX MAN
Professional Funeral Directors.
Residence Phone—Main 84a
Office Phone—Main 64.
1.0.0. F. Building.
W-W . BONN BY
-ATTORNEY AT LAW
Notary Public Heal Bstat*. Collection Agency
OlTlec: Ki-iiiliiiK Riinni. I'liiti'M states com
nlssioner for the aantern district oftbeStati
iif Washington Justice "f (be Peace
BLLBNSBTJRC) - WASH
H. ). FELCH, M. I)..
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone Main 140
Residence 106 E Ninth
Phone B, 3332
I)lt. C. BRUNN,
Nimi years Prsottos.
Olympia Blook, Over Blwood'a Drag Btare.
Phone lists 140. Rsstdsnos eoraer :t(i umi
Sprague. phone Blaeh Ml.
T. S. Wasson, M.D.
Special Attention Given to
Diseases of the Eye,
and Glass Fitting.
T L. HENNESS
rjKtE. ACCIDENT "AND; Lit E INS>I RANCE
112 1-2 East Fourth Street
Dr. W. T. Carpenter
'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON"
Office Ramsay Building
Phones Oflict Main 7
Residence Earners 36x6
The First Bank in
I of Ellensburg, W M h 1
Kcport to the ( on.ptroller of the CurreiJ <
the Washington National Bank of pV S
:«« ill': ' lov ol business Friday April
. - (C^* 1
1 .oans ;i ncJ I discounts - . '
Overdrafts . ' fg
U. S. Bonds (PAR) . .j" . " ' i
Other P.onds and Securities - . j
Warrants (City, County and School) " l<
Banking House, Furniture and " S
CASH In Vault - - - ,- fi r,,V "
Due from Banks and 93 <39
U. S. Treasurer - »«, 874.34
I otal - . •
I, C W. Johnsone, cashier of the above a
do solemnly .swear that the above statement is
best ol my khowledge and belief.
C. W. JOHNSONE, C*%
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Wi,
April, 19' vE. J. Merryman, Notarypj"
The Bank of Ellensburg
Capital and Surplus $40,000.00
Pays 4 per Cent
Make Real Estate Loans on Farm Property If
payable by Installments to Suit Borrower.
On IMPROVED Real Estate in any Amount fornjjjjUj
106 W. 4th St.
42 0 North Pine St. EO-*«^
The Dawn as an Advertising M«*i
With our up to date equipment win
prepared to offer every convinium
and advantage of modern banking ■
Oldest Bank in the County
and at REASONABLE Rate of Inter*
F. E. CRAIG
Means keeping your cloth"■
„ ea t. Allowing your clothes 1
■sccdv.'shows a carelessness^
care. Send your suit to -«* jj
'it cleaned, presaed ™ A K \ >U
Sanitary Methods. Wee.
deliver all orders. ******