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The dawn. (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1895-1898, April 18, 1896, Image 3

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(here are three things everybody gets here
GOOD GROCERIES, LOW PRICES
And courteous treatment, these are the things
that make permanent customers and that's what we are after. We don't expect much on a single sale
profit's too small, you save on every purchase-so there's a profit in it for both of us.
Creamery Butter,
Granulated Sugar, 15 pounds tor $1,
Table Fruits 12 1-2 cents per can. Tomatoes and Corn 10c per can
1895 pack Salmon ONLY 10 per can. Choice Potatoes 30c per ioolb
I make a specialty of choice Teas and Coffees at prices that defy
competition.
DO W WANT
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BRICK)
ON TOP I
BRICK)
Brick work or Plastering of any
kind done? If so, let
H. C. FROST
Give You His Estimate Before
CONTRACTING.
Some Statements.
To whom it may concern: This
may certify that on March 13th
obedient to instructions of Dr. P. P.
Gray, I served notices of quarantine
against diphtheria, understanding
that Mr. Mitchell was a trus
tee of the Catholic church, 1 ap
proached him informing him of the
order, and that I understood he
was a trustee of that church, to
which he said, "Yes." 1 then ex
plained the nature of the order, af
ter which he took it and on reading
it, expressed his approval, and,
keeping the notice, gave me to
understand that it was all right,
md that the matter would be at
tended to. I certainly would not
have considered my duty done, nor,
have left the notice with him, if he
had not given me to understand
that he was a trustee of the church.
In answer to enquiries of Rev. S.
D. Belt relative to this notice, 1
gave him the above information
which in so far warranted him in
the statements on the point made
In his last article in The Dawn.
I also, last fall notified Mr. Ho
-B*n, as trustee, of the order against
•carlet fever. A. O. Wishabd.
To whom it may concern: This
°»«y certify that when I issued the
order for a cessation of public
•chools and meeting for children
k*t fall as a precaution against the
•pread of scarlet fever, I gave the
•übstanee of the order in person
verbally to Rev. L. Kusters, Priest
°* the Catholic church. This I did
assuming that no other notice would
be given or needed to insure the re
sult sought. Dr. P. P. Fray.
Financial Philosophy or the
Principles of the science of Money,
bj Geo. Wilson, Lexington, Mo.,
is the title of a new book just re
ceived at this office. We have been
too busy to look through it, but
the fact of its bearing Geo. Wil
son's name is sufficient guarantee
of its being worthy of a close read
ing and a work in behalf of a per
ishing nation.
COMMISSIONER'S WORK.
While in session last week ibe commission
ers vacated a part of Murray's addition to
the City of Ellensburg; also a part of Cen
tral addition to Wenatchee. Liquor licenses
were granted to J. W. Cox and J. C. Clary,
of CleElum. An order was made that the
taxes of 1891 with interest and penalty to
date of payment be accepted and receipts
given therefor, the judgments and costs be
remitted.
It was ordered that the salaries of the de
puties be reduced as follows:
Auditor's from $72 to $62 per month.
Treasurer's from $72 ta $62 per month.
Sheriff's from $72 to $55 per month.
Assessor's office, deputy from $3.50 to
$2-75 per day; field deputies from $4 to $3.60
per day; Court house janitor from $35 to $30
per month. Adjourned to meet in July.
Wenatchee will soon have creamery.
Republican primaries May 2d, convention
May 11th.
Hon. W. L. Jones lectures at the M. E.
church to-night. Subject: "Fops and Fop
pery." Come out and hear him,
The dog tax for the year 1896 is now due
and Dog-catcher Smith is taking up those
dogs on which the tax remains unpaid. Mr.
Smith is an A 1 success at the business he is
In and the city dads made a great find when
they discovered him.
The Spinster's Club presented a very suc
cessful entertainment last Saturday evening.
The jreneral verdict is that is was better than
the average foreigu aggregation seen here.
Those who could not be present should ask
tbe club to repeat it as soon as they can do
so.
POPULIST MEETING.
The Ellensburg Peoples, Party club meets
every Friday at 8 p. m. in Old Armory hall
on Main Sreet., over Sprague's paint store.
R. P. E.dgington, Pres.
W. A. Thomas, Secretary.
Prbsbytkriak: Sabbath school 9:45 a. in.
Morning service 11. Junior Endeavor 3:
30; Christian Endeavor 6:J5; Evening 7:30.
Prayer meet in n 7:30, Thursday evening.
19, 11 a.m., subject: The Psalm of
Life. 7:30 subject: Tbe Teacher's Bright
Reward.
Full weight two
pound bricks,
Best in the world,
BEAUTIES OF THE GOLD
STANDARD.
Horses $2 per head! The depart
ment of agriculture at Washington
sends out a report for January, '96?
on farm animals. It makes the
following note as to horses:
"The fall in value appears to be
universal. Sales at $2 and below
are reported from Kansas, Nebras
ka, Utah and Oregon; colts unsal
able in many counties. Old and
inferior stock larly killed off in the
central regions and in California
for fertilizer or as food for hogs."
Hurrah for the gold standard!
It will not be long before they are
killing off idle men and using them
for fertilizers. — Virginia Sun.
The people of the thriving little city of
Thorp want the N. P R. R. To erect a depot
there. They are certainly entitled to one.
1m
live sometimes when girdled
nearly around. Nature ever
labors to repair damage, and
after a time, the wounded sur
faces are nicely healed. Some
persons live and fully recover,
even after consumption has
made cavities in the lungs.
In this struggle we can great
ly aid nature by giving Scott's
Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil
with Hypophosphites. The
oil supplies needed fat, and
the hypophosphites tone up
the nerves. The decline in
weight ceases. A positive gain
begins, and once again there is
promise of life and health. //
is never too late to try.
Scott's Emulsion has been tndorsed by tht
medical profession for twenty years. (Ask your doc
tor ) This is because it is always palatable-always
uniform-always contains the purest Norwegtan Cod
liver Oil and Hypophosphites.
Put up in fo cent and #i .00 The tmaßMf
mm* be enough to cure your cough or htlpyour My.
45c per Brick.
E. F. FOGARTY.
French Tansy Wafers.
These wafers are for the relief and curt
of painful and irregular menses, arid will
remove all obstructions, no natter Wtwt the
cause, and are rare and safe eAer.t time.
Manufactured by Emerson Drug Co.. Sat
Jose, Cat., and for sale by Stephens & El
wood, Druggists Sole Agents, Cad wall Bib,
Ellensburg, Wash.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Farm at
REDUCED RATES of INTEREST.
WASHINGTON
FINANCE & TRUST «k
Our correspondent advises us that he
has a practically unlimited amount of
money to loan on farm property, and
that on all loans above $1,000, the in
terest is reduced from 10 per cent to 9
per cent. He adds; * 'If you have some
good loans, I should be glad to consid
er the same.
Good Farms for Rent.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Sold.
Apply at office of Washington Finance
& Trust Co., oast side of Pine Str, next,
door to City Hall, Ellensburg, Wash.
P. H. W, ROSS, Manager.
THE OLD
RELIABLE
BOSS BAKERY
Is the place where you will
always receive prompt and
courteous attention—it is
also the place where you
get value received for every
dollar you spend, whether
you buy groceries, breads
or sweet cakes, you are sure
to find the quality of the
BEST and the price as low
as anybody's.
F. BOSSONG.
QUARANTINE LIFTED.
The quarantine against diphtheria is UiH*
continued from this date until further no*
tice. This April 10. Dr. P. P. Gray,
City Health Officer*
CHITCH OF CHRlST.—Preaching every
Sunday at 11 a. m., and Bp. m. Sunday
school 10 a. m. Endeavor 0:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday Bp. m. All are invited!
to attend. F. Waldkn, Pastor.

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