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tv at Newer Fnilt tfo Smole, No Odor. New Explosive. CALL AT The OASIS and fret BURN! F. M. 15 V//- --iamf, Agent. MATWR HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. ftSXMR.iL LOCAL „YKIi A S. ♦1 •Vkiitiot tell ho— the truth fhitv be, I tell trie tnle a* 'iwuh told ta me." Subscribe for The Daws. Pored Sehnebly wits iri Yakima this week; Wanteii —A cook, at the Palace restaurant. Elmer Salladay, of Roslyu was hi town this week. L. W. King is an applicant ft)r the position of postmaster at Roslyn. Boiss to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson, Monday Nov. 15, a daught er. A. P. Tugwell has bought 1). B. Hannah's interest in the Tacoma Bun. The governor has appointed I>. S. Sdott trustee of the state normal of this city. See the new advt. of F. M. Will iams—the Oasis man. His candies are a No. 1. N. B. Page Post, No 94 G. A. R., held a compare and reunion at Mis sion recently. W. O. Parr, of Wenatehee. has returned trip in east last Monday. Gov. Rogers has vetoed the ap propriations for the normal schools at Whatcom and Cheney. The W. C. T. U. county conven tion for Kittitas county well be held in;Wenatchee in June. Dr. A. W. Powell, of Pulman, has been appointed regent of the Agri cultural College at Pulman. AVALL PAPER! WALL PAPER! Good wall paper at 10 and 15c, double roll at Morgan's Hook Store. Sig Frendenstein, formerly of Leavenfeworth, will open a fruit and commission store down at Wen atchee soon. F. E. Madigan has returned to Wenatchee, after an absence of three years. He will establish a law office and proceed to practice in Wenatchee. C. A. Morrison, of Wenatchee, is making arrangements to put in a box factory planing mill and cold storage rooms. Dr. B. S. Scott, one of the repre sentatives of Kittitas county in Washington legislature, returned home Sunday morning. Gov. Rogers appointed John Wiley, John P. Fay. Rev. Ckk Da vis, and S. M. Allen, all of Seattle, to be regents of of state University. Baker, Hiatt <fe Co., of Wenatchee, nave purchased the old brick yard near that city and will bum 250,000 orick for their new store building. Found: A ladies silver watch, between Drew's and Hoskin's. The owner can get same by proving r roperty and paying for this notice, by calling on L. O. Dawson. Rumors has it that Waliter J. Reed, of CleElum, is an applicant foi the position of recevier of the U. S iand office for the Yakiuaa dis trict, now filled by A. L. Slemmons. •Joe Larance moved out into Sun *:yside addition Wednesday- it is said that one of the strongest Uures of Fanny Rice's operatic aiedy,"at a French Ball," is the fact • tat it creates so much hearty laughter and genuine applause, and at the same tune teaches a wholesome, moral les son. The critics say that it is so en tirely different in construction from any other play as to be a refreshing and delightful noyeltv. Try my Choco- Cdndies Mad? and delicious. It is fiurpridng what a "wee bit, of a thing" can accomplish. Sick headache, constipation, dyspepsia sour stomach, dizziness, are quickly banished by DeWitt'a little Early Risers. Small pill. Safe pill. Beat pilh Stephens & Elwood. BSWABG OV OiN i MKS i-ri pott Ca- TAllttl] THAT CONTAIJNB MKKCrUY, M mercury will surely destroy the 1 sense ot smell and completely de-! range the whole system when en tering it through the mucous sur faces. Such articles nhould never he used except on prescribtions from reputable physician*, ac the damage I they will do is ten fold to the good! you can possibly derive from th<?m. j HrlPe Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.J contains no mercury, and is taken | internal, acting directly upon the blond and mucus surface of the sys tem. In buying Hall's Catarrh; Cure be sure you pet the genuine. It is taken internally and made in I Teledo Ohio, by F. j. Cheney it Co. j Testimonials free. Sold by Drug-I gista, price 76c, per bottle." Hall's; Family Pills are tbehest. The subject.it the Presbyterian dumb for Sunday evening March 21st, "A Court Trial." Lawyer?, Doctor?, Editors and everybodyelsc invited. The eompetroller has levied an assessment of #100 per share on the $50,000 capital stock of the Kittitas Valley National bank which failed last July. North Yakima has put up nearly $1000 for the purpose of construct ing a wagon road to the Gold Hill mines. Arrangements have been completed for a 180 foot bridge a cross the Natchez. The jury in tho Johnson case re turned a verdict of acquital last Sunday morning at 7:00. There was considerable feeling manifested on both sides but the verd'et creat ed no surprise, yet many people be lieve that Johnson should have been punished. There is no earthly reason why Ellensburg should not have a fruit cannery. It could be built by cor poration or by the formation of a stock company. Tons of fruit and vegatables go to wast every year in the valley that could be utilized and made to pay fair profit. Wrn. Heck, a practial farmer of El lensburg, is making preparations to take residence in our flat. He will avail himself of some of the advan tages which tbe ditch company offers to settlers. He will bring a good supply of horses and farm machin ery. —Wenatchee Advane. We acknowledge receipt of bulle tin no 15, Dairy no 6, from U. S. Department of agriculture, by B. D. Gilbert on the Cheese Industry of the state of New York. It appears to us to be a pretty through discus sion of the cheese industry. Evary cheese maker in the state should procure a copy of this bulletin. The Ellenebug W. C. T. IT. will celebrate the 93d anniversary of Gen. Neal Dowi Birthday in the Baptist church Saturday evening March 20th 1897. The program will be observe as given in the Un ion Signal. Good music will be fur nished. A cordial iuvitation is ex tended to all to come and enjoy a plesant evening with us. By order of Committee. The Ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a conundrum sup per and apron sate in the Armory Tuesday evening March 30tb. Watch for the bill of fare next week. Spuds, eggs, butter, flour, cab bage, grain, hay and and most all kind.: of ranch produce. You can get your crtsh if it suits belter. 1). Hi Wkscott, Manager. late Creams and Taffies. If you h etc ev< r seen a child in tho agony of croup' you can apprec iate the gratitude of the mothers who know that One .Minute Cough Cure relieves their little oneas quick lyaeit is administered. Many homes in this city are never without, it. Stephens & Elwood-. dee26»6 Daily, pure The Oasis New stock—well selected— by an experienced buyer and new prices. You can find all this at D. H. Wescott S new grocer}' on Main St. Many cases of "(irippe" have late ly been'ctired by One Minute Cough Cure. Tliis preparation seem especi ally adapted to the cure of this dise ase. It acts qUickly thus prevent ing serious complications and bad effects in which this diseaso often leaves the patient. Stephens A Elwood. dec2o-lK> Buck!in's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve Ui the world for Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap* ped Hands. Chilblains, Come, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay requred, It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box, For sale by Perry Drug Co. Potatoes —Chas. Schroeder pays cash for good merchantable potatoes at his store room on Main St. Money in Farming: It in » notable fact that all funning inter- Mti Improve where it i* poeaibie to utilise the water that tbe well* on Qic farm will produce. Mow few people think of tbe v»1« i»cf water for Irrigation, and What conitl b<> produced at a tuinlmum on t if it were used. Toe intention bit* bean heretofore bow to get the water tn tbe turfaue economically, end liiis lias been aecotupUfbed by tbe use of (iiiaolirio or ero*ene Oil Oas Fiuirloe, tnann ractured b? Palmer «t Key Typo Foundry, 406 danaomo »»r«jct" San Kranoiaeo, Cal. M. E. Church, M. 11. Marvin, Pastor. Sunday services: Class meeting 10 a. m. Preaching 11a. m. Sanday school 1*2:10. Epworth League 6:80 p. m. Preaching 7.:J0. & BURK'S EXPRESS c I desire to say to one and all that I am ready and willing to do all kinds of work in my line iv and around towu. £ L. P. BURK. Q Schilling's Best baking powder is only a little bet ter than two or three others; but Schilling's Best tea is twice as good as usual tea. In cither case, your gro cer returns your money in full if you'd rather have some other. For sale by Frank Bossong The bell given by the Railroad boys for the benefit of the reading room, on Wednesday evening was a complete success. The boys did every thing in their power to make the event aplesaut one and all agree in saying the boys know how to accomodate. Why Niiffor with eoaghf. colds, and LaOrippe whtru I.axativk IJBoMo Quitting will cnr* you iv sue day. Dors nos produce the ringiUß in the head like Sulnlnite of tfuiulue Put up in tablet* eonveniettt for taking. cuarHnteeu to eu«e or money refunded. Price 25 Cents. Kor biilv; by .Slei>lieus & Kkvood. (Oct. 3-90 LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITA YOU." The statement that* any woman can stand on the stage before a vast audi ence, unaided by any device whatever, excepting the irresistable infectiousness of her own laugh and cause the audi ence to burst into roars of the most hi larious laughter, seems almost incredi ble, yet this is preeisly what Fanny Bice accomplishes during tbe second act at every performance of her latest succes, "At the French Ball," and after she gets the audience laughinsr., she stands laughing back at them for hav ing laughed at her. Her exit after this sc»»ne is always the signal for repeated recalls- It is said that it was this scene, together with her wonderfully artistic interpretation of the funny tipsy scene in the last act, that prompted Mr, Jef ferson to declare Iter to be without an equal on tlie American stage, Manager Finborg has seemed Fanny Itice and her new success for one night at Lloyds Opera Houw March 35th WANTED. " My daHgbter, soveateca years cf ecu, was in very poor bealtb by reassn of wmi lungs and a dis tressing cougu. At last wo gave her Ayer's Cherry fectoral, and after taking thro* battlas, tba cough was cured. Sa« is aow ia •xcellcut bsallh, aast rapidly * couch ia saca-awna* like ilia small pebble on tbe mountain aide. It appears utterly insignificant, until a mouse, perhaps, starts it rolling, and the pebble be gets an avalanche that buries a town. Fatal diseases befcin v?iU.i "a slight cough." But any cough* taken in time, can bo euros by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. * This tetUmoaial will be fouad In full In Ayer's "Cutobaek" with a hundred allure. VrM. Address J. c. Ay«r Co., fcowell, Haw. "BILL NYE" was not even a particular friend of Bill Heads, but "Bill's" writings are more in demand than other bills unless it is bank bill*. The Dawn is prepared to print Bill-Heads, Note aud Letter Heads, Envelops and Cards on short notice and in first-class manner. Call and see samples of our work. THE DAWN. MARCH 4TH INAUGURATION DAY. We have a new President, a new administration, and wo hope we are going to have better times. We are inaugurating the GREATEST PRICE ON GARDEN AND BLOWER SEEDS EVER OFFERED IN ELLENRURG, a regular 5c packages for sc. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES? Lawn grass and flower seeds are dirt cheap at \J 4 BOSSONG & COS. ELLEISU &RQCERY MB COIU CD AND FANCY GROCERIES SHOUDY BLOCK. SALE FY^ STEPHENS ELWOOD, The Druggists FANNY BICE. The following is the manner in whitch tbe critics are describing Fanny Bice's new play," At the French Ball." One writer says it is a pretty story, full of human interest, a series of events that constantly delights with unexpected yet natural touches, so en tirely different in construction from , any other play, that it is a refreshing and delightful novelty A Geugher's Coffers may not be so full as he wishes, but if he is tries he will negleot bis cof fers awhile and attend to that cough. A slight WAS DEALERS IN- In Justice Court, Ellensburg Kittitas county Washington. Ib.uCoble,l»laintiff,) y». > ftusauioni.. Jatues Hurley and— j Hurley, bis wife,"detend»nt<. The Mute of Washington, \ M liittltas-County. To Jatoen Hurley and -—Hnriey his wk'e< whose first name i. unknown), defen dants: In tbe name of the State of Wash ington, you are hereby notified that Dun Coble has tiled a complaint against you ia said court, wbicb will come on to be heard at my office in tbe city of Ellensburg, In Kittitas county, state of Washington, on tho ; 2,7 th day of March, A. (). 189.7. at the hour iof 10 o'clock A. M., and utiles* you appear and then and there answer, the tome will be taken a* confessed and tho demand ot plaintiff granted Tbe object and riemand of sr. id complaint I* to recover tho sum of fifty-three dollar* ($.">•;.00) end interest from tbe 6th day at June, 18i>S, on account for board aud feed and care for certain horses and mules. Complaint filed February 17. A. I>. IW7 Jas. O. Bt.Tt.it. Justice of the Peace In and for ClttiUa county, Ctate of Washington. CONSUMPTION. Alchoholisw, Morphine, and Tobacco Pie eases CURED .CHEAPLY and PERM A NEN TL¥ at tbe patient* HOME. PROOF and full particulers free. These Remidies are -recommended by Judge N. P. Whitmore, of Green ville; S. C, Hon. T. C. Gage, M. C., and thousands of others. Wnite for full information—gladly furnished FREE. Physicians .endorse oux Remedies. Address B. WILSON, .FLEMING, TEXAS. E. E. Turner of Compton, Mo., writes Ub that after suffering from piles for seventeen years, he comp letely cured them by using "three boxes of De Witt's Witch Haael. It cures eczema and severe skin dis eases Stephens Jc Ed wood. Fanny liice and her clever company will be at Lloyd's opera house on Mar. 25th, in her latest and greatest success. "At the French Ball," which is said to be by far the best play Miss Bice has ever had, inasmuch as it permits witb perfect consistency the introduction of an abundance of pretty music aud all of Miss Bice's clever specialties, and at the same time tells au exceedingly in teresting story that teaches a whole some, moral lesron midst laughter, 'petho.i. mirth and »fng.