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The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World, $1.65.
VOL. 5- NO - x -
C. L. COLLINS. 1
YOU MUST KNOW
That there are SHIRTS made to SELL and those
made to wear. Some of flimsy—others of GOOD
I AM SHOWING
lines of MADRAS, CHEVIOT and other double and
twist goods THE BEST VALUES that can be had
with full yoke, double stitched, felled seam, the best
shirts made, for 50 cents
C. L. COLLINS
THEN MY 25 CENT LINE.
I HAVE A NEW LINE
Of shirts for 20 Cents for harvest use. These will
do for the old Baches and those desiring- a shirt to
throw away after using once.
TO THOSE
THE VARIETY
C . L. Collins.
PIOFEBBKIXA L CA It DS —ATT* >NEYS.
CARROL B, GRAVES. IRA P. ENQLEHART.
Graves & Englehart,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offices: Ellkxsbubg and
North Yakima.
Mires & Warner,
tUtotucip at £aiu,
Will practice in all the courts of the
state. Office in Geddia Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH.
L, A. Vincent,
Me ii cit £am,
Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Office in the Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH
E- E. Wi| tr , Mart l„ Cameron,
Wager & Cameron,
Attorneys at Law.
Stone Bank Building, Ellensburg.
guarantee Dr. Miles' PAW
"us to stop Headache. "One cent a dose."
THE ELLENSBURG DAWN.
STRONG material—well sewed and that have
wearing qualities.
My lines of heavier quality, fancy Oxfords and
TWILLS —none made better —nor with more care
for 75 cents.
Man}- in this community have tested their splendid
wearing qualities, have only a small quantity left
aud can't get more.
Who have trouble getting a shirt long enough in
sleeves, without getting a neck large enough to jump
through. I want them to see my shirts —made to ob
viate that difficulty.
Of patterns shown in the prices mentioned above
are sure to please the most fastidious.
Kirk Whited,
glttdtneij at gaio,
Will practice in all the courts of the
state.
ELLENSBURG, WASH.
W. J. WELSH,
Attorney at !§aiu.
Will practice in the courts of Roslyn
and Superior court of Kittitas county.
ROSLYN, WASH -
S. C DAVIDSON,
£aiotjer,
Room 3 Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH
If you want to keep
your goods, DON'T adver
tise in
T"lxe Dawn*
ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, APRIL 8 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 o! Philadelphia Class
.-842.
Office and Residence:—Over
Billy Price's New Gem Restaurant.
Relers by permission to Drs. Bean,
New land and Power.
To Care Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. iail to cure, druggists refund money.
YOU WRITE LETTERS?
Of course you do, and you ought never to
send oil' a letter without your name and
ad.lress on the envelope to prevent delays ana
mistakes. We will furnish and print you 100
coo,! wnite envelopes with your name and ad
„re«s on upper left hand corner for 501 eta.:
% for 11 00 500 for II .75; or 100J f, >r $3.25.
Al kinds of job printing executed neatly and
promptly at reasonable prices. Address:
THE DAWN, EHeusburtr, W»»».
Ladies!
Select your Spring Shoes at once before
sizes .ire broken. In doing so, do not
buy until you can see the beautiful
Shoes^
We are selling for $2.50 and $3.00 per
pair. You cannot duplicate them any
where in the city.
See Them Anyway
It will cost you nothing to examine
them and may save you money when
buying.
K. Home, A.gt,
(AT FLYNN'S OLD STAND-)
DESERT LAM), FINAL PROOF
\ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United status Lund Office. North Yakima Wn
March --, 1898,
Notice is hereby given that James . Wood
vard of Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Wn., bus
bled notice of intention to make proof on bis
desert-land claim, No, 458, for the N bo.
W 1 Bee, 82, Tp. 19 N. K. 19 li. W M.. before ...
U Evens Clerk of Superior court at KHensburg,
wn., on Friday theiflHb day ..f April, 1898.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation ol mi d
land- .1 F. Lel'lerc, James Irwin, John Hler,
w.S. Rotters, all of KHensburg, Wash.
A. F. Bnbluko, Register,
C. L. COLLINS.
EXTRAORDINARY I
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of The Dawn and the Seattle
Times one year for -i* 1.40.
NOTl< 'E FOR PI r BL WA TION.
Lund office at North Yakima, W ash.
March 5, IS9B
Notice is hereby given that the following*
1 named settlerhas tiled notice of his intention
:to make final proof in support ol bis claim, ana
that said proof will lie made before E. v.
Event, clerk of the superior court, at bllens
hnrL'. Washington, on April 16, IS9B. viz-
Sherman lavlor, H. K. No-184, for the E.M, n.
E. % and X.»• B, % see. 24, i 19, n K. lb.
E. W. M . Washington.
Be names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, via: William Splawn. George
splawn, J. D. Cross and John Yoarwood. oi
Tnorp, Washington. _ . ,
A. P.BSKLLINO, Register.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
( lilted Slates Laud Office, North Vakima, Wn.
Februar 28, 1898,
Notice !• hereby given that Bufus Cook, pi Kb
lensburg, Washington has filed notice of inten.
tion to make proof on hit desert land claim No.
for tbe w >~.>. W. 8 W. '~ -V V\. U.
Sec. 14, tp. 18 N. R. 19 h, before B. L. bvena,
clerk ol suporior court at Ellensburg, wn., on
Saturday, theWh day of April, 189*. Us names
the following witnesses to prove the complete
irrigation and reclamation of said land:
p ii. Bchnebly, E. N - Cook, i rank i-ultou,
William liuss, all of Ellensburg, Wash.
a. i . snelmno, Register.
Forfeiture Notice.
Kittitas County, .lan. 13, 18!>8
To Joseph Anderson, Chas. P. ReiUe, Jas. 11.
smithandC.VV. Rich you are hereby notlned
tiiat we the undersigned have expended two
hundred dollars in Improvement! upon tne
"Ked Lion and "Mountain Lion" lodes in tno
swank Mining district, situated on a tributary
o( Williams creek as will appear by certificates
tiled December -.nth, lstf7, In the office of the re
corder oi Kittitas county, in order to hold sa»t
premises under provisions oi section •->-' i, re
vised Statutes of the United states, beluß the
amount required to hold the same for the year
ending Decemberßl«t,W97, audi witnin ninety
days after this notice by publication you fail or
refuse to contribute your proportion of sue h ex
penditure as co-owner, your interest In said
c laims will become the property of the subSCrlD
era under said section 2821,
CHAS Baxtbb, J, w. Embeson, L. .IaFFK,
AND FIIANK E, GINOBAS.
JL-O-OT PRICES TA.T-tTS..
ELLENSBURG GROCERY & COMMISSION CO., SHOUOY BLOCK, MAIN STREET
A Quarter of a Dollar j We Have
further in buyind here than any Almonds, Walnuts, Feanms, and M.xed
where else we know 01. We stirred up a Nuts. Also
hornet's nest with our low prices: and BARRELS OF CANDY.
we expect to keep on stirring. /ri '\ \\ , , . .
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 and Lyon Coffee loc 1 Raisins, * %
Savon full weight, per bar 04c HAV£ Evaporated Apgy* Jb 10c
Luckel's Bor x Soap, 06c er 10c
I* cartoon Crackers 22c THE Whole Spices per ft 20c
Su f r, Am. Gran. 14ft. for JLOO Ground Spices per pound 24c
Sugar subject to Market change. BEST SELECTED gallon £
K M l ° 5 AND LARGEST ItT 4* 1 ll lie
Gcld'Dust 3ft package 25c gS&WWA£ ot
Sea Foam Washing Powder Ooc STOCK OF g ffin's Bluing ' 07c
Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c « 6 pintß 08c
Lantern Globe 10c FKXJIT C eamery Butter 60c
Hominy, 10ft sack dSC Lll x a R<mch J « 40 to 50c
Codfish, 2ft brick 16c K^cn
Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c IN THE CI T\ sft 08c
Starch. Com, 2 cans for loc _ < Table Salt,
WE GIVE EXACT OHA3STGE.
flo»Burpee potatoes for seed, two weeks earlier than the Early Rose. One cent a pound
ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO,. D. H. Westcott, Manager.
THE ALBANY
THE BEST HOUSE IN THE CITY
SAMPLE ROOMS L\
CON N ECTION.
Centrally located.
THIRD STREET.
Mrs. H. C. Doty,
Prop.
Fob Sale—A good riding pony. Will
lie sold very cheap. Enquire at Thk
Dawn ollice.
If you want a good coffee mill gratis,
ask l\ Bossong & Co. and they will tell
you how to get one.
Why pay 5 cents a package for seeds,
when you can get two packages i regular
size) uf tested garden seeds for 5 cents at
UosKonu & (Jo's. However we have the
higher priced seed if you want them.
A perfect substitute for electricity, ab
solutely nun explosive and oil saver—
Tbe Allele batitp. tf.
Thk Dawn oftice
when in need of job work.
-lott's Nerverine Pills
The gre.
remedy f<
nervous pre
tration :.r.
al! nirvou
diseases c. th
generative c>
gans of eithci
s;::, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
Lad to Consumption and Insanity. $J.CC
per box by mail: 6 boxes for $S.GC.
NOTTS CHEMICAL CO.. Prop's, Cleveland, oh:>
For sale by Stephens it Elwood
The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.40
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Additions!l Local News.
Dorse Schnebly has purchased the Lo
calizer.
The street sprinkler was called into
use this week.
Will J. Boyd returned to Ibis city Sat*
urday morning.
Mabara's "red hot minstiel show
Monday, April 11.
Don't fail to see, the street parade,
Monday, April 11th.
Foil SaLK —A carl, will be sold cheap—
apply at this oflice.
The street parade begins at 11:45.
Watch for it. April 11.
You get your money back if you don't
like tbe minstrel show Monday night.
Mabara's minstrels now number forty
five people, one of tbe best on the road.
Mabara's Minstrels is a strictly moral
entertainment. It delights everybody.
Children like It, it raves their lives. We mean
One Minute Congo Cure, the infallible remedy
for coughs, colrls, Ctoup, bronchitis, grippe and
all throat and lung troubles. Sold by Stephens
A Elwood.
Prof, (ietz and Miss Stowell, of the
normal visited Portland and Seattle this
week. Can a normal school be run by
j proxy?
Thirty-live years make a generation, That is
how long Adolph Fisher, oi Zanesville, <>~ suf
fered from Piles. He was cured by using three
boxes of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by
Stephens A Elwood.
The commissioners together with C.
11. Flununerfclt and S. T. Sterling, all
went out to visit the poor farm Tuesday
afternoon.
A torpid livir robs you of ambition and ruins
your health. DeWitt's Little Karly Itisers
cleanse the liver, cure constipation and all
stomach and liver trouble. For sale by Stephens
iV El wood;
Mrs. H. 1!. Hanks, of Thorp, was in
the city Saturday, and made Thk Dawn
a social call.
Thousands of sufferers from grippe have been
restored to health by One Minute Cough Cure,
it quickly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneu
monia, grippe, asthma and all throat and lung
diseases. Bold by Stephens <b Elwood.
Correspondents will please send in
their ileitis not later than Wednesday
When coming in Thursday morning it
makes them too late for publication and
by the next week they ate stale.
It is n great leap from the old fashioned doses
of blue-mass and na-'SSOUI physics to the pleas
ant little pills kuows as De Witt's Little Early
Risers. They cure constipation, sick headac he
and biliousness. Sold by Stephens & Elwood,
Dr. German and wife left on the 10:10
east hound passenger Thursday evening
for Ft. Smith, Ark. They went east to
spend a few weeks with some of their
children that live down in the Indian
territory. May their visit be a pleasant
one.
The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle
r-der are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve isthe best thing to
keep on hand. It heals quickly, and is a well
known euie tor piles. Sold by Stephens A Sl
wood.
The early settlers in this valley tell us
that 20 to SO years ago, sage brash was
almost unknown and that bunch grass
was well set all owr the valley and hill
sides, and as the bunch grass was killed
out by heavy pasturage, sage brush fol
lowed the grass.
A little boy asked forg bottle of "get up in the
. morning us lust us you can." The druggist rec-
Ognized the household name for "DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers" and gave him ft bottle ol those
famous little pills for constipation, sick head
ache, liver and stomach troubles. Bold by
Stephens & Elwood.
W. A. Thomas visited the public
school Monday. He says that the
school is in much better shape than it
was a year ago, and that Prof. McOully
cannot be too highly praised lor his
noble and untiring efforts to better the
school and do our children all the good
he can.
M. I. Yocum, Cameron, la„ says: "IWai a
sufferer for ten years, trying most all Kinds ol
pile remedies, but without success. Hewitts
W itch Hazel Salve was recommended to me.
I used one box. It has effected a permanent
cure." As ft permanent cure for piles DeW Itt I
Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. Sold by btepn
ens & Klwood.

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