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The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World, $1.65.
VOL. 5. NO. 11.
PROFESSIONAL CAKI>! ATTONEYS.
MWOL B. GRAVES. IRA P. ENGLF.HART.
Graves & Englehart,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
)ffices: Ellensbuhg and
Wires & Warner,
pill practice in all the courts of the
Hate. Office in Geddis Block.
CUtot-Hetj at £atu,
11 practice in all the Courts of the
te. Office in the Davidson Block.
Wager & Cameron,
Attorneys at Law.
'tone Bank Building, Ellensburg.
M„ talggista guarantee Dr. Miles' PAIN
"J* to atop Headache. "One cent a dose."
THE ELLENSBURG DAWN.
ITO NIT*! msFRPSFNT
IIIJjuJj UUIiJ Hiil llijoJjii 1
The Latest Styles In
Till! Patterns are lie List
Unity ft Best,
0.90 TO $5.
Yours For Comfort,
Quality and Price,
C. L. COLLINS.
Cittornetj at Sato,
Will practice in all the courts of the
W. J- WELSH,
fUtortietj at Sato.
Will practice in the courts of Roslyn
and Superior court of Kittitas county.
S. C Davidson,
Room 3 Davidson Block.
If you want to keep
your goods, DON'T adver
Headache ttopped in "ntm"; by Dr.
Miles' Paih Pills. "One cent a aose.
ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, MARCH 18 1898.
T-J.NEWLAND, M. D.
LOCAL SURGEON N. P.
Office in Cadwell Block. Office
hours 1 to 5 p. m. Leave orders
at Stephens & Elwood Drug Store.
J. B. PRICE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OCULIST and ACCOUCHEUR.
A Graduate oi Philadelphia Class
Office Ai\d Residence: —Over
Billy Price's New Gem Restaurant.
Refers by permission to Drs. Bean,
New land and Power.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
YOU WRITE LETTERS?
Of course yon do, and you ought never to
send off a" letter without your name and
address on the envelope to prevent delays and
mistake*. We will furnish and print you 100
L'ood v nite envelopes with your name and ad
dre«« on upper left band comer for 50 cts.:
250 for 11.00; 500 for *5.75; or 1000 for 13.25.
\ll kinds of job printing executed neatly and
promptly at reasonable prices. Address:
THE DAWK, Elleiwbiirg, W»»li.
Mrs. First: Don't tell anybody
Hut tlie nicest children's colored shoes
for the price, I have seen this season are
at Flynn's They have Vesting tops,
Coin Toes, Lace, and are awfully nice.
Mrs. Second: Oh! 1 knew that long ago. I
bought two pair last week for my twins.
Bring the Mi,ney
You have saved for a Spring suit and we will send
you away happy .^^^^^^
I'IKST CLASS GARMENTS
SECOND CLASS PRICES.
You will fiud style, fit and durability in every Gar
ment. Wot flash and show but sterling worth.
OUR GOODS ARE NEW&
AGENTS ANTED in every town and city In
the nation and woild, to sell America anil the
World, Price 15 c- nts to Agenti. Addrers.
Port Office Box No. 4-30. No v York city.
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of The Dawn and the Seattle
Times one year for $1.40.
$1,008) For Nothing.
Curtis Bunlln, Preeident strict, Brook
lyn, X. V., spent $1,000 with doctors and at
famous sprlui(»i in the effort to cure a bad
case of rheumatism. Drummond's
uiiiL- Kemedv helped him from the start,
and by its lise he was fully reetored. It
will do the same for you if tfiveti atrial.
Send ii> to the Drummond Medicine Co.,
New York City, and ihev will ship to your
address a niboth's treatment—two large
bottle* of their remedy. Agenti wanted.
LOW I*MOE2S TALK
ELLENSBURG GROCERY 4 COMMISSION CO., SHOUDY BLOCK, MAIN STREET
A Ouarter of a Dollar uy/v We Have
.neslurther in buying here than any- Almonds, Walnuts, Peanuts, and Mixed
where else we know of. We stirred up a Nuts. Also
hornets nest with our low prices; and BARRELS OF CANDY,
we expect to keep on stirring. , , , •'
Our "baits" will continue to catch. The price is the lowest ever made in
Honest value for the money is our bait. Ellensburg.
We have a Home Bakery in connection.
Arbuckles andLyon Coffee Joe — t. W
Savon Soap, full weight, per bar Q4c WE HAVE •• Peaches'- « 10c
Luekel s Borax Soap, Obc IQc
3ft cartoon Crackers --c THE W hole Spices p'eJ It. 20c
Sugar, An, Gran. ; 00 | p .P
Sugar subject to BEST SELECTED *£* go
lige 1 AND LARGEST go
Goldi Dust,3ft Package 25c J » J3ox Blui QSc
Sea Foam Washing Powdei Ooc STOCK OF 07c
Lamp Chimney, No. 2 iuc , ° p . . Gog
Lant m Globe 0c FRUIT & y Butter'"' "oc
Hominy, 101b sack 35c A Uanch « 40 to 50c
Codfish 2ft brick lbc Canned Peaches 15c
Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c IN lHb Ml Tab le Salt, sft 08c
Starch, Corn, 2 cans for loc . Standard brands of Tobacco 45c
WE GHVIE3 EXACT CHANGE.
fit-Burpee potatoes for seed, two weeks earlier than the Early Rose. One cent a pound
ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO,. D. H. Yvestcott, Manager.
QOUR PRICES RIGHT.
Fresh Fisli, Q-ame. Poultry, Es»s.
EVERYTHING IN SEASON.
SEWING MACHINES! PRICES CUT IN THE MIDDLE
THE NEW GOODRICH MACHINE ONLY $30.
J. £3. VOICE, Prop.
The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.40
Populism Versus Pauperism.
By many these are considered
synonymous terms, at least I heard
one old plute say they were. But
they are nut.
True populism means prosperity.
Prosperity for all, not for the few.
Populism or peopleism means
Americanism, no more, no less,
that is all.
Populism means death to all
Populism means government
ownership and control of all puldic
or semi-puhlic enterprises.
It means money at cost, for the
people the same as for the national
It means transportation at cost.
I means telegraph and telephone
service at cost.
It means employment for the
idle masses at productive labor.
It means homes for the homeless.
It means lands for the landless.
It means schools for the school
It means justice instead of hand
me down charity for all.
It means law for the lawless.
It means the reorganization and
regeneration of society.
It means few if any real paupers.
It means fewer jails, prisons,
poorhoueea and soup houses.
It means less tramps, hoboes and
It means that blessed and happy
condition that Christ told us of
nearly twenty centuries ago. It
means "peace on earth and good
will to men.*'
Do you want it? If you do study
direct legislation and vote for it.
M. X. in Chicago Express.
Weekly Market Report.
Seattle, Mar. 17 —The hay mar
ket lemains about the same
Wheat—No. club 734; No. 1 blue
stem 704; milling wheat, No. 1 club
77; No. bluestem, 80.
Wheat, per ton, - - $'2o
Oats, choice, per ton, - •t23
Potatoes, per ton, - - $14
Butter—Ranch, - 22 to 23
" Creamery, brick, 27
Hay —East Wash, timothy, $17
Alfalfa - - IIS
Straw ... 7
The lenteri season is here and F. Bob*
gong & Co., have provided for it with a
supply of choice salted and canned lish
at bedrock prices.
PRICE 5 CENTS.