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ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
Sheriff Stinson was laid uy for
repaint (he forepart of the wee!. - .
The Xew Year edition of tiie West
Coast Trade of Tacoma was dandy
and Mr. Strrnitr is entitled to great
credit in getting out such valuable
and interesting edition of hi- useful
journal.
(>LD PEOPLE.
old people who eeuuire medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
till find the true remedy in Elec
*i ie Hitter-.. This medicine does
not stimulate and contains n<>
whiskey or other intoxicant, but
-icts. AS a tonic end alterative. 1'
tcts mildly on the stomach and
bowels, adding strength and giving
tone ;o the organs, thereby aiding
\*ature in the performance of the
functions. Electric Bitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids diges
tion. Old people find it exactly
What they neea. Price fifty cents
and 11.00 a bottle, at Persy Drug
go.
DON'T READ THTS.
Subscribers of country papers oft
en allow their subscription te be
some delinquent though careless
ness and yet feel insulted if their
paper is stopped or a statment of
their delinquency i- sent to them.
They do not expect any courtesy
from metropolitan papers - but the
aounty paper- are expected.to come
>tn whether they are paid? OP not
This is Muunjnst evasion. Because,
lie i- editor of a country newspaper
is no reason why a man should
carry yon year after year. Them
some from 3Ut»s nptions to a news
paper i- an important item, tike
-now flake- they are individually
wnsll, out when aggregated they
pile up wonderfully. They -hou'd
be coming in every day in tiie year.
Tiny must come if the publisher
pay his hill-, which fall flue every
month oi the year. Ex.
Notice tcr Publication,
Land Offick at North Yakima,
Wash. Jam 19, 1897.
Notice \:- herefiy given 'hat the
following-named settler ha- filed
notice of his intention tO nial;e final
proof iM support of his claim, Mid
that said proof will he made before
E. h. Evens, Coanty Clerk, at El
lensburg, February 2(5, 1897,
viz: Merritt M, Damnum,. If. E.
Xo. r,:>9, for the N.. E. Sec. t">,
Ty. 17. X. !'.. 18, Jv.
lie names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, said land,
viz: Byam Yocum, J. H. Swett,
Charles Kenneth and Wm. Vaughn,
all of Ellensburg, Washington.
Any person who desires to pro
test against the allowance of such
proof, or who knows of any substan
tial reason, under the 'law and the
regulations of the Interior Depart
ment, why such proof should not
be allowed ..will, be given an oppor
tunity at the above mentioned lime
and place to cross-examine the wit
nesses of said claimant, and to of
fer evidence in rebuttal of that sub
mitted. A F. Sne-li.img,
(junJo) Register.
Notice for Publioation.
at North Yakima,
Wash., December 23rd, 1896
Notice is hereby given thai the
following named settler has filed
aotice of bis intention to make
final proof id hie- claim, and thai
said proof will lie made before E.
L. Evens, County Clerk, at Ellens
burg, Wa-h.. on January .'JO, IX':)7,
viz: James Conarty, H. E., No. 1711
for the SwJ,. sec:';i2, tp.'l'.N. R.
20 E.
He names-the following witness
es to prove Ins residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz.
George Zimmers, of Ellensburg,
Wash.; James Richards, of Ellens
burg, Wash,; Jabes Thomas, of El
lensburg, Wash.; John Powless, of
Ellensburg, Wash.
Any person who desire.-* to pro
test against the allowance of such
proof, or who knows of any sub
stantial reason, under the law and
the regulations- of the Interior De
partment, why inch proof should
not be allowed, will he given an op
portunity at the above mentioned
time and place to cross-examine
tiie wftnessefrof stud claimant, and ,
bo iffer evidence in rebuttal by
tlaiiitaat A. F. Snelung,
Register.
To one all old totes, to heft] an
indolent ulcer, "r to Jpeedily cure
piles, you need simply apply l)e
Witt's Witch Hnz*l Salve accord
ing to directions. lt~ maaie—like
action will -i.-prise you. Stephens
Elwood. dec 26-96
SEVERAL SEWING.
Sfrst Clara 8. Davis does clean
ing and repairing of clothes for la
'iie- end gemiemeri also, general
sewing; will also stay with children
evenings. Room li*. Geddifi Block.
Scaly eruption on the head chap
ped hands and lips, cuts, bruises,
scalds, burn? are quickly cured by
DeWitt'- Witch Haze] Salve. It is
at present tho article most used fur
pile-, and it nrWay* CUCes them.
Stephens A Elwood.
Sleigh- for sale:- A line family
sleigh,. 2 seats,, every thing in good I
shape, first class in every respect,
for sale eheop—at T. W. Parrel 1.
"Excuse me" ob«ervfd the man
in spectacles, "but I am a surgeon,
atid that is not where the liwer is."
■'Neveryou mind wherehis liver is,"
retorted the other. "Ii it was in
his big toe or his left eas* DeWitt's
Little Early Risers would reach it
and shake U for him. Stephens &
Elwood .
Bring your final proof notices to
Thk Dawn office and thus aid us
sowing the seed and spreading the
light
Several persons have taken ad
vantage of our grand offer this
week —The. Daws and Seattle
Weekly Timesfor ■'! ,0 ■'.
DO NOT :
BE SCARED
A! you own Shadow,
and drink nothing ia
anything Just
because a few "tanks
fail'
THE HANK OF NATURE
U pretty steadfast,
DEPOSIT i'OUR GOLDEN
SR UN.
BEE To [T THAT THAT
Board of Directors
<)f your Irrigation Co.
Provide you with tlie
Proper PaciHtien
For Watering
Your >'- '<k.
And field*, nnd //•;>.
will certainly get
good interest en
your money,
ftP*And now for business:
Wr offer tit's week for
tie very, lav: . via of $1,
r.so, Eighty acres of the
celebrated W. A. Stevens
farm, together with 8
*harcH of stvelt in the
"West Shir Trrigatinq
Ditch Co." Th<.<r .shares
alone arc worth $$04
<*ash; eomequently the
net cost qf tin- hud is
onlt $1,176 for 80 acres
of ih' finest tstsl aide
farm head— the uvea m
of the valley
Only $480
In ready cash is needed to
swing this deal. The balance
of be purchase pries can be
arranged for on credit.
NOTE THE IMPROVEMENTS.
10 acres are planted in strictly
straight alfalfa and clover —a
6-year old stand; cuts two
crops a- yea?; '5o tons a year.
20 acres are in wheat—a
splendid sand.
15 acres are in mixed hay
meadow; clover is catching
and spreading throughout
this meadow; it will soon be a
straigh clover Hold.
There is- a good cattle shed
on the farm 28x40 and one of
finest springs in the country
is on this land.
A good sensible reason for
desiring to sell will be given
and provided.
If you want a good farm and
have trot $480 you will he
foolish to let this opening slip.
Apply to
P. H. W, ROSS.
Real Estate Agt., Ellensburg.
G. W. Hornbeck
HARDWARE",
STOVES
AND TINWARE,
EnUton Health Club Food. Club JVft 95,708,57.
mMmm* wash.
— ; CLUBBING RATES tT
Thk DAWN has 11<> club mteswith any republican paper,nose but the
VERY BEST REFORM PAPERS
wiH be advertises! by n*. hence any paper offered below can be
relied on as o representative paper ol the people's real interest.
WE OFFER VOL" THE DAWN ONE YEAR AND
liOIKSY XAMB BOOK
FOR ONLY 50 CENTS.
The Dawn oi c year and Appeal to Reason-, of Kansas City.. Mo.. T-lc
Thk Dawn one year and Coming Nation, of Term., Tog
The Daws one year and Buzz Saw of Arkansaw, 95c
The Daws one year and the Silver Knight of Washington, I>. C. fl.oo
The Da.&s one yoar aad Farm, Field and Fireside of Chicago, $1.25
J'iik Dawk oue year and Seattle Weekly Time.-, $1.00
MSALR AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT,
*MA!SOSr©©IRE RESTAURANTS
This restaurant has been moved into the rooms formerly occupied
by the New York Restaurant. The rooms have been re* arranged
aud overhauled generally. We pot up better grab and more of it
bhan any restaurant in bUensburg. ti'ive us a call and try vi on.
MASONUOBE REST A CHANT.
THE NEW GEM
EASTERN AND OLYMPIA OYSTERS SERVED AT
ANY TIME.
Oct. 2.
The Little
Statesman
Bf
K. L. ARMSTRONG
A COMPLETE CYCLOPEDIA OF
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A Whole Library in One Hand/ Volume
%
COJTTEXTS : X TStm History oi American Polr-
Mc? A. Steps In-the. Growth of Aworlcuu Liberal
.'.fnimasCharta—Tho Mecklenburg Declaration—
7he Declaration of Independence A The Consti
tution of the Cnltod State* A The New Declara
tion of Independence : TheOmaha Platform in
•nil A A Sew Study of Political Economy, bared
on the Omaha Platform A Sectionalism in Ameri
can Politics A The Laws of Property A Interest
and Usury A Debt and Slavery A The Hand Oues-
Men A All KxiH-iUnn of the Single Tax A Co
operation A Direct Legislation : The InllTativo
and Referendum—Proportional Representation
J. Tho Philo.ophy of Money A. A. Blrd's-Eyu View
Of American Financial Uistory A The Eif;ht
Money Conspiracies A The Documentary Evi
dence—'l tie Baizord Circular, Affidavits, etc.—
hrlbinc iho I.aw-makero—Bribing Hie Press, etc.,
etc The Transportation Problem —-
The above-ia only a partial Biinimary A The !.!!l!e
Statesman covers every element <.£ tlio great
Keloun movement A 234 ln-i-e pages In close
but ie-.'ibl • type A Jt i a model "f compactnes.
an.i comprehensiveness— tie cheapest book ev.-r
published at thi) pri. c <J-
Price, postpaid, cents
»$ ADDRESS THIS OFFiCE
For fresh fish, Oysters, Clams,
\ and etc., goto the Puget Sound
' Fish Market, Davidson Block.
E. W. De Witt, Prop.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Uipup.B Tabules: one gives relief.
PLUMBING AND
GENERAL JOB
WORK.
W. B. PRICE, Proprietor.
Seattle Weekly Times.
The Times a staunch free silver
paper will make a special of
giving the legislative news from
Olympia and Was&ingtoa City this
winter. It gives all tire latest as,
sociated dispatches given by any
paper on the Coast and is consid
ered Btrickly reliable. It fs recom
mended by the leading Populist,
Democrats and Free Silver republi
cans of the state The Daws and
Times one year for LOO
Soothing,, and not irritating,
strengthening, and not weakning,
small but effective —such are the
qualities of DeWitt's Little Early
Riser.-, the famous little pills.
Stephens & Elwood.
WANTED—persons to accept, gra
tis, in vievvoi future orders: rubber
stamps of their own name for mark
ing clothing, books, etc Write
plainly and enclose four postage
stamps to defray mailing, packing,
etc. H. P. Mavnabd, of 16 Arcade.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents wanted
for rubber stamps, rubber type.
pods, daters, white letter signs,
"Bottled Electricity," for catarrh
and pain, electric belts, etc. Write
for agents,' terms. j an 2-2.i
The old way of delivering mes- i
sages by postboys compared with
the modern telephone, illustrates
the old tedious methods of "break
j ing" colds compared with their al
most instantaneous cure by One
Minute Cough Cure. Stephens &
Elwood. f«cl6-96
FINAL PROOFS.
When you get ready to prove
up on your claim, request the
authorities to have tiie notice of
same published in The Daivn.
A BARGAIN
! The Fielrhi residence, at the
foot cf Pearl St., has b*en listed,
with me "For Sob-" This prop
erty is the best and tmost eonvien
ently arranged residene*.proper
ty in the city. I am instructed
to sell this ffioperttf at an ex
tremely low price and on terms
to tut the pu rel+nser. Jf you de
sire to secure a valuable home at
your own figure,you will do well
to see me at once.
(J. M. LATIMER,
XOOWI 01, Geddis Block.
Rfpaos Tabules: at druggists.
Ripans Tabttlei assist digestion,
lupaaa Tab't'.«r pleasant Ltxathre.
Summons b>y Publication.
In tha-Sayetior CatMttl .VitHte« Couuly, Stat*
oi Waaiatfoa.
Kan A. Presto**,
V.«.
\V. IE, l're-tor., !>f fer.*»nt.
Th»: State of WaabingtM: To tbe sai*
W, E. Pre-ron defeiifi«ut:
You am h^rt-!r> -i:niraor<-d to appear
witbin abMy tkajra :ifter th* date of the first
publication of ihb* hißiitioim, towtt, within
»Uty day* aftar rh* »ih da? of Eteccmta
IMS, an A defMid lie •.•I/om- eutiiie i aciloninr
tUe alwiae entitled ♦ out?, and answer tba
cmplaiMof rV» pr.ti-fitijf and »erve a copy
of >our w«Hrr ti3>n Hie undervifrnrd at
torney* for plaintiff, at their <-m>e below
ptatedf and in ea»e <>f your failure »o to do,
pidirment will iir- rendered airainat you ae
ojrdittir to 'he den;md r.f the complaint,
which bit* 'V«r. Rfcfl wins the Clerk of tha
Court alinvr e».i ,L T&<" "l.Jeet of the a
li-.\ c entitled nt: rou, I* to procure a decree*
of dlvorott from yon, and fur ibo rare and
ctiKtndr (.; Wttifcm K. p>» t*nn T aa»inor,ii -
Kueof Ht»rri:iire of the plaintiff and de
fendant. JT.ajx .'try rtUTS Por GKKSRaS,
KKUfy. K.vTKt) I*KC. 5, ISO*
MeRKa .% Warner,
Attorner* fur Plaintiff.
P. O. Addr'va: £rlei:..«Mira, KittUa* count*,
Washington,
H.Rehmke&Bro,
I Watchmakers.
REPAIRING CF WISHESGifICKS
i m JEWELRY A SPECIALTY.
S All V.o:k tzmsM,
j
0. IL LATIMER
T7i!l iu.rjrs
PROPERTY
ai living rates.
Call around
Atu S*n Him.
gB-. POULTRTforURKET ffc
p|| POULTRYfw profit/St
' Br ** FANNY FIELD."
The moat profitable Poultry Raiter in Amine*
Written expressly for those who
are Interested in Poclvr and wish
to make it Profitable.
CONTENTS}
Clears $4.40 on each fowl.
Cost of keeping aix. lt fowls PR year.
Cost of raising Chicks to six month*
of age. Spring management.
12,480 eggs from ioo hens a year.
How to Feed for Bogs in winter.
Hatching houses. Cleanliness.
No Sickness among the fowls.
A word to Farmers,. Fanners' Wire*,
St&L Sons, Daughters, a**J others in-
in Poultry
4aE&3 A6O acre Poultry
MB Firm that yieldsSE <MOkW
a clear profit of
$ 1,500 a year. [bator.
Si Chicks out of 100 eggs with Incu»
Raising Broilers. Food for Chicks.
Turkey Raising. Keeping Eggs.
The cause cf Death of yolng Turkeys
Keeping Poultry ox a Village lot.
A Mechanic's Wife clearsssCoannualljr
on Broilers. Feed in Winter.
' Artificial Raising of Chicks.
(g% Incubators. Brooders,
C\i'ox.>. Capomzing. Bl
Vjffl Ti:li s Everything
the Poultry business. j!^r
•v"-Al-.2J Price if 3lt nt»*pvst paid* 'sSBMk
For Sale al T!ie Dawn uilct*
LUeu*) irr, Willi

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