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I The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.00
VOL. 4- NO. 28.
Low Prices do Tell!!
We ar<> not in the habit of blowing about out pricrs but we
are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay!
WE GIVE EXACT CHANCE,
Arbuckles and Lyon Coffee 14c
Savon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c
Luckel's Borax Soap, v " OGe
3ft cartoon Crackers 20c
Sugar, Ant. Gran. 17fts. for 11.00
« 41 per sack 4)5.70
Sugar pubject to market channcs.
Comb Honey, frame 12* c
Lemons, dcr dozen 18c to 20c
Lard, f>fts local 45c
Gold Dust,3tt> package 20c
Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c
Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c
Lantern Clobes 10c
Homiuv, 10ft sack 30c
Cod Fish, 21b brick 16c
Starch, Alabaster Gloss 1c
Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c
Standard brands of tobacco 40c
ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO.,
D. H. Wkstcott, Manager.
* MOOR'S * LODG ING- * HOUSE *
THIRD STREET ELLENSBURG, WASH.
Good Airy Booms and Nice Clean Beds for All.
Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good
quiet place to rest and enjoy yourself.
FREE FREE FREE
Come in and hear and see the latest talking machine, its
•weet sounds of melody will charm your ear and gladden
your heart.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES
Are strictly high grade in every particular and we are selling
them at popular prices, prices that wont turn your pocket
book inside out.
F Bossong & Co.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT,
*MAIS®H'BBRE RR»*A©*ABf«*
This restaurant lias been moved into the rooms formerly occupied
by the New York Restaurant. The rooms have been re-arranged
And overhauled generally. We put up better grub and more of it
than any restaurant in EUensburg. Give us a call and; try; us on
MASON'DORB RESTAURANT.
THE NEW GEM
EASTERN AND OLYMPIA OYSTERS SERVED AT
ANY TIME.
Oct. 2.
* G. W. Hornbeck * *
HARDWARE,
STOVES,
AND TINWARE,
*SA?.SFA©II©K •BAHAiIf
Ralston Ualth Club Food. Club JVV. V0,708/>7.
ELLENSBURG,
' _ ' "■ _ 1 ' no To-Bac for Fifty Cent*.
«J» Cnre Constipation Forever. „„, M nttea tobaccohabtt cure, mattes wef*
lfr/?S k ¥ Brets Candy Cathartic. IttoorSSc. ?" B f? t n .~ c ! Me.M. All SrugSl**
"C C. C. fail to curt drntflEu refund awer. "ioou j
THE DAWN.
ELLENSBURG, WASH., SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1897.
Raisins, good per lb. OSc
Evaporated Apples per lt> OSc
Poaches <l " OSc
Pickles in hulk, per Quart 10c
Whole Spices per If> 20c
Ground Spices per pound 24c
Dixon's Stove Polish 06c
Cider Ninegar, pood per gal 20c
Beans, large white 024
Royal Baking Powder, l2oz 38c
Gillet's Pepper Box Bluing 08c
Griffin's Bluing 07c
Liquid Tints 08c
Creamery Butter 30c
Ranch w 260
Canned peaches 15c
Hill's Maple Syrup, per gal $1.05
Table Salt, sft 08c
Strawberries, A hoxe- for 2- r >o
W. B. PRICE, Proprietor.
PLUMBING AND
GENERAL JOB
WORK.
PROFESSIONAL CABDS —ATTONHYS.
CARROL B. GRAVES. IRA P. ENGLENART.
Graves & Englehart,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
■Offices: Ellensburg and
North Yakima.
S. C. Davidson,
£a inter,
Room ii Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG. WASH,
Mires & Warmer,
Cm lor tic ija est Sect tv,
Will practice in all the courts of the
state. Office in UcildLs Block.
ELLENSBURG. WASH.
L, A. Vincent,
ClltctHiMj at £aiu,
Will practice in sill tlic Courts of the
State. Office in the Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH
E. E. Wajer, fttanlii Cameron,
Y/ager & Cameron,
Attorneys at Law.
Stone Bank Building, EUensburg.
Kirk Y/hitep,
fltrotiwt) at Saw,
Will practice in all the courts of the
state.
ELLENSBURG, WASH.
W. J. WELSH,
Clttozuci; at Sate.
Will practice in the courts of Roslyn
and Superior court of Kittitas county.
ROSLYN, WASH.
0. M. LATIMER, 4
FIHE, tttVft ami ACCIDKNT INSURANCE.
ItKNT AND COLLECTION AOKNT.
Rooms r>4 and M> Geddis Block.
ELLENSBURO, WASHINGTON
DRUG HOUSES.
PERRY DRUG CO.,
Dealers in drugs, paints, oils
brushes. Physicians pre
scriptions carefully filled.
<r~ WOLVERTON
Does all kinds of
PAINTING, & PAPERHANGING
SHIM' COR. SSh * H %IN Sil'V
Leave orders as Morgans Book
Store m(l
A Special Offer.
Pen and Pencil Stamp, complete
with any Name, for marking your
hooks, papers, etc., also used as a
linen marker. Price complete
postpaid by mail, 15 cents.
Address: H. E. Shark,
Box 815. EUensburg, Wash.
H X. BILLUPS.
CONSTABLE.
rd Str.. at Moores Lodging House.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Business entrusted toniy hands will re
ceive prompt attention.
E&LBN&Buaa, Wash,
COTTJiEf.L S
PROTECTIVE AM) DETECTIVE
mmWl OF AMERICA,
An Organized Agency of the People
for (he. Prevention of Crime and the
Detect inn of Criminals,
(Incorporated.)
WANTS: JPublie and private Rep
resentatives, Male aud Female, at
each Post-office in America. Send
stamp far <*o/o/ of A merican Detect
ive and full particulsrs free. Ad
dec*?, ./■ W, Cotlrcll,'Gcn'l Supt.
Austin, Texan.
If you want a good fresh stock of
groceries from which to select your
stock, call on D. H. Wescott.
''They are dandies," said Thos.
of the Crocket, Texas, En
terprise, while writing about De-
Witt's Little liarly Risers, the fa
mous little pills for sick headache
and disorders of the stomach and
liver. Stephen* A- Fl.trood
WASH
How is this Friends?
Some of our readers seem to im
agine that the publication of an ar
ticle is an endorsment by the editor
of the opinions expressed in that
article.
This is an entire mistake.
We express on: own opinions
and allow others who contribute to
our columns to do the same.
The publication of an article from
some other writer is no indicaaien
that the editor endorses the opinion
of touch writer.
We believe in letting our readers
know what is being said on the ques
tions of the day, and then let them
judge for themselves. Inaccordanc
with which we only partly agree and
other Reticles with winch we do not
agree at all.
If our opinions can not stand when
placed in comparison with the op
inions of some other son we are
willing for ounqptnions to fall.
Readers of the paper will find in
(lie article-; published in the paper
the view ; of the parties who write
those articles, and they will fin<
the editor's opinions in thoeditoria
columns, or in his comments o
other articles.
Even the Hobo knows it.
The hobo who comes inthe print
ing office and calls for exchanges has
a new explanation for the, use of
them. When asked if he wanted
the old papers in order to read the
society notes or to find the location
of .! bath house he replied: Naw,de
side door sleeper- on de roads are
dirty that we we want 'em to on de
floor to keep our clothes clean, see?
Give us republican sheets if yer got
got any there; dey s re softer; the ar
guments aint solid and de facts
aint de cold kind wot knocks you
silly; an de points don't stick out
enough to hurt, see? It's just like
settiif on a pneuutnatic hod, dere's
so much wind about it."—Voice of
the People.
An Bditor's Prayei.
The editor of the Batesville(Ark)
Bee went to church the other Sun
day night and was cabled on to lead
in prayer when he said: Almighty
and kind Father who doth from Thy
throne look down on the goverment
of men and dellquent subscribers
most humbly we beseech Thee to
draw near unto them and whisper
.' few things into their ears that
the statutes forbid us to Utter
Thou knowest our wants but the
subscriber knoweth them not
and seldom steps in to inquire
Let it be known unto them that
large patches are on the homestead
of our pants, and that we hunger
and thirst and he asketh us not to
sup with him. Thou knowest Lord
that our paper and ink costs mon
ey, but the subscribers bringeth it
not, and careth a darn sight less.
Thou knowest we are cold but the
subscriber bringeth not the wood
he promised, and we are shivering
and shaketh while he roasteth his
shins before the red hot stove of
his mother-in-law. Tell him of
all these things, Lord, and if he
then faileth and bringeth no succor,
banish him to the lower regions, to
dwell with prosperity howlers and
thine shall be the glory and praise
throughout our newspaper career
Amen."
as *• • — -
Clyde Warner has a good ten
for sale cheap.
New Time!! Yes. Tin: Dawn both
one year fors 1.10 See big add on
last page.
All ilruupists guarantee Or Mtlos I'ais
<o f-top Hen<Jafh. "Onf rnni n dnw"
The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World for $1.15
PRICE s CENTS.
Be Sure Your Right.
Gov. Roger? must be a very ione-
I some man. lie is not on friendly
terms with man elected on the
ticket with him. He "herds'" alone
and ni.tkes no attempt to'hold the
friendship of the office holders and
political!: of the state, and yet
they say he wants to b? senator.
If he wants yotes he must have
friends. If he want.', friends he
he muet "herd" with them JN"ow
we are inclined to think that the
governor is to blame for this state
of affair.:. If he thinks it wise to
[ try to dictate the politics of the
state alone, and without consulting
the leaders of the party that elect
ed with him. he is making a terrible
mistake. In all friendship to the
governor, who we helped to elect
we say he is making a serious mis
take, and he ought to take a dif
ferent course. We realise that
Gov. Rogers has been elevated to a
high and honorable position, but
at his age, he ought not to let this
sudden elevation swell his head.and
yet we sometimes think that this
new desease, politcophobia has
taken hold of him. To let the ele
vation to office cause this won
deaful change, c/rtainlv shows a
great weakness. To suppose that
the governor can build up a party
thus honored him, without the aid
of leaders or ike men who-were el
ected with him, i< an error of gi
gantic magnitude. To attempt to
do so and wholly ignore these
friends and co-workers seems like
ingratitude. 'I he governor is wrong
atvl in all friendship, we say to him
gain the kindness of'men elected
with you, and the workers who hut
yon where you are.-- Review
—«r«S*- . C
Unusuai Prayer.
The chaplain of the house, the
Rev. David G. Bradford, opened
prooeedlgs to-day in the State legis
lature with the following fervent
prayer
Almighty God, we secic Thy pres
ence and blessing at the beginning of
another day's diligent labor.
Help us, we pray Thee, in the dis
charge of this day's duties. Help
these men to remember the poor
tax-burdened people of thifl great
state. Contract, we pray Thee, the
capacious maw of the penal reform
atory, charitable and educations!]
institutions of Illinois. May they
learn to be content with less money
and may we who refuse to worship
a golden calf refuss also to worship
gold in any other form. Forbid
that any foreigner visiting out
shores shall have occasion to write;
j'*Money, money, is all their cry;
money is the toi&l sum."
"Give us money or cisc we die "
1 "Oh lei the money come."
And we will ever give Thee
praise, amen.—Daily item.
A New Wall Map.
The new wall map issued by int
j Burlington Route is three feet lour
inches wide by four feet long.:
is printed six colors: is mounted on
rollers; shows every state, county
important town and railroad in the
Union, and forms a very desireable
and useful adjunct to any house
hold or business establishment
Purchased in lots of 5,000 the
maps cost the Burlington RouU
nearly 20 cents apiecc,but on receipt
of 15 cents in stamp* <>r coin the
undersigned will be pleased to sent!
you one.
Two route:' East-v'ia Billing*
Mont., and St. Pauh Minn.
M P. Benton. Pugel sound agent
corner Vesler waj and first avouus
All .pain banished t'j Or, Miles' Vmiv n-vw

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