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The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World, $1.65.
VOL. 5- N0 - r 5-
G, L COLLINS.
YOU MUST KNOW
That there are SHIRTS made to SELL and those
made to wear. Some of flimsy—others of GOOD
STRONG material —well sewed and that have
wearing qualities.
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
My lines of heavier quality, fancy Oxfords and
TWILLS —none made better—nor with more care
for 75 cents.
C. L. COLLINS
THEN MY 25 CENT LINE.
Many in this community have tested their splendid
wearing qualities, have only a small quantity left
and can't get more.
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
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.
THE VARIETY
Of patterns shown in the prices mentioned above
are sure to please the most fastidious.
C. L. Collins.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTONEYS.
CAMOI. B. GRAVES. IRA P. ENOLEHART.
Graves & Englehart,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offices: Ellensburg and
North Yakima.
Mires & Warner,
Qttorueip at £atu,
Will practice in all the courts of the
tote. Office in Geddis Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH.
m A- Vincent,
Qttotuetj at £<vu>,
Jill practice in all the Courts of the
D »te. Office in the Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH
•Mrr' Martin Cameron.
wager & Cameron,
Attorneys at Law.
St°»e Bank Building, Ellensburg.
|>ij& guarantee Dr. Miles' Paw
mm to stop Headache. "One cent a dose,"
THE ELLENSBURG DAWN.
Kirk Whited,
£lttomcij ot Saiu,
Will practice in all the courts of the
state.
ELLENSBURG, wash.
W. J. WELSH,
£tttonieij at |aMi,
Will practice in the courts of Roslyn
and Superior court of Kittitas county.
ROSLYN, WASH -
S. C DAVIDSON,
£aiotjC*,
Room 3 Davidson Block.
ELLENSBURG, WASH
If you want to keep
your goods, DON'T adver
tise in
Dawn.
Headache stopped In 20 minutes by Dr.
fißfflSftffilr "One cent a dose."
ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1898.
T-J.NEWLAND, M. D.
LOCAL SURGEON N. P.
Office in Cadwell Block. Office
hourj i 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
;8 4 2.
Office ami Residence: —Over
Billy Price's New Gem Restaurant.
Relets by permission to Drs. Bean,
New land and Power.
To Cure Constlpatlon Forever.
Take Casearets Candy Cathartic. i»c or 2. r ic.
It C. C. C. foil to cure, <lruß«ists refund money.
! YOU WRITE LETTERS?
I 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
mistakes We will furnish and print you 100
good wnlte envelopes with your name and ail-
I dross on upper left hand corner for 50 <is.:
260 for f 1.00; 600 f0r♦1.75; or 100 forS3.2ft.
Vll kind.-of Job printing executed neatly aud
promptly al reasonable prices. Address:
THE DAWN, KMciisburjr, Wash.
C. L. COLLINS
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
t nlted Slates Land Offlee, North Yakima Wn
March IBUK,
Notice is hereby given that James \. Wood,
yard of Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Wn., has
Bled notice of intention to make proof on his
desort-laud claim, No. 458, for the N K. '~ B,
W 1 ., Sec, :!•-'. Tp. 19 N. It. '.:> X W M.. before i .
1.. Evens Clerk of superior court at i.llensburg,
Wn., on Friday the29ih day ■ f April, 1898.
He names the following wltuesses to prove
the complete Irrigation and reclamation of sail
lnnd: J. F. eel Tc, lames Ii win. John I Her,
W. s. Rogers, all of I.llensburg, Wash.
A. I', hnku.ing, Register.
EXTRAORDINARY.'
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of The Dawn and the Seattle
Times one year for $1. 1".
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land cilice at North Yakima, Wash.
March 5,
orlce is hereby given thai the following,
named settler has filed notice ol bis Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim and
that said prooi s'lll be made before E. 1..
Evens, clerk of the superior court! at KUeus
burg, Washington, on April 16, 1898. viz-
Sherman lavlor.H E. No-184, for the E."... N.
E U and K. '.. a. X, Bee. -i, I 19, N K. 16,
li W. M. Washington.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
bit continuous resilience iiiinn and cultivation
of said land, viz: William Splawn, Qeorgo
Splawn, J. l>. Cross and John Year wood, of
Thorp, \\ asbington.
a. i". bmiluko, Register.
A perfect substitute lor electricity, ab
solutely 11011 explosive and oil saver —
The Angle Ump. tf.
Why pay ."> cents a package for seed*,
when v 11 on ••■■! two packages (regular
size) iM lesh il garden seed* for 5 cents at
Hosaoug & (Vh. However we have tho
hijihei priced seed if yon want them.
Fob Sale — A good ridingpony. Will
be sold very cheap. Enquire at Tin:
Dawn office.
C EALER IN
Frcsto. Vlflda., Gome. 3?»oxxltx-y, Es»s.
EVERYTHING IN SEASON.
SEWING MACHINES! PRICES CUT IX THE MIDDLE
Till. NEW GOODRICH MACHINE ONLY S3O.
<3". 33. V01C33, Prop.
ELLEN33UBG GROCERY & COMMISSION CO., SHOUDY BLOCK, MAIN STREET
A Quarter of a Dollar We Have
goesiurther in buying here than any- Almonds, Walnuts, Peanuts, and Mixed
win re else we know of. We siii red U|> a Nuts. Also
C ' BARRELS OE CANDY.
Our "hails" 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.
Vrbucl and Lyon Coffee Lsc j—— ———— Raisins, good per ft. 08c
Savon: »ao, full weight, per bar 04c S Evaporated Apples per ft 10c
LuXl'B Borax Soap, «06c WE HAVE >< Peaches'-" 10c
3ft cartoon Crackers 22c „„,,. Pickles in bulk, per quart 10c
Sugar, Am. Gran. 14fts. for $1.00 rHE Whole Spices per ft i(Jc
<7 .< (. per sack $6.60 Ground Spices per pound 24c
Sugar subject to market changes. BEST SELECTED Dixon's Stove Polish 05c
Lemons, per dozen 15c to 25c Cider Vinegar, good per gallon 20c
Lard, sfts local 55c AND LARGEST Beans, large white B*c
Gold Dusl oil) package 25c ' Royal Baking Powder, 12oz dße
Sea Foam Washing Powder Use STOCK OE I Gillet's Pepper Box Bluing 08c
Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c Griffin's Bluing o<c
Lantern Globe 10c j liquid , Pint * XX C
Hominy, 10ft sack 35c . r X 111 Creamery Butter 6Ut
Codfish, 2ft brick 16c Ranch " 40 to 50c
Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c IN THE CITY Canned Peaches 15c
Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c Table Salt, sfc U»o
——— —■——i —j standard brands of lohacco 45c
aiVB EXACT CHANaE.
g#*Blirpee | otatoe& for seed, two weeks earlier than the Early Hose. One cent a pound
GRQGBiY AND OOMrVaSSIDN CO,. D. H. Westcott, Manager.
ESTHER OF
FLYNN'S.
THE ALBANY
THE BEST HOUSE IN THE CITY
SAMPLE ROOMS IN
CONNECTION.
(lentrnlly located.
Mrs. H. C. Doty,
Prop.
loft's Nerverine Pills
The grea:
remedy fo
nervous pro
traticn •
ail ncr v o •
diseases 01 ( .
generative (
Bli OIIE AND AFTER TJBXSO. gar.i of ettil.
• ifich as Nervous Prostration; Failing
• i M.tnhood, Impotency, Nightly F.
.ions, Youthful Errors., Mental worry, c*
rsive use of Tobacco or Opium, whic
...d to Consumption -\ad Inanity. $J.O
L-.r box by mail; 6 bcxcs for $5.(fl
MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, Cleveland, Uivti
For >:ile i■ v Stephens & Elwood
J. E. VOICE,
THESE
STYLES
$3
AT
THIRD STREET.
The Dawn and Seattle"
Weekly Times $1.40;
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Additional Local News.
'Hie steamer City of Ellensburg,
started up for the season's run Apr.
1 lth.
A torpid livi r robs yen of ambition and ruins
your health. DeWitt's little Early Risers
cleanse tho Iver, cure constipation 'and all
stomach and livertr utile. For sale by Btophcns
.y Elwood
Fred M. Bonney, deputy clerk of
the United States court, at Walla
Walla, died from appendicitis on
the 6th.
Inn Sale —A carl, will be sold cheap—
apply at this office,
Thirty-five years make a generation. Thai la
now long Adolph Klsher, of Zane*-vllle, <)., suf
fered from Piles, He was cured by using three
boxes of DeWitt's Witch Hazel salve. Sold by
Stephens <*- Elwood.
The Medical Lake insane asylum
is badly overcrowded, and none but
the most violent cases will he ac
cepted at present.
J 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. Boid by Stephens & Elwood.
Ed Ferguson,of Wenatchee, has
I letlirned from Spokane w here lie
has been taking a course in book
keeping in the Spokane business
I college.
It is a great lean from the old fashioned doses
of blue-mass mid navseous physics to the pleas
ant little pills kuows as De Witt's Little Early
Risers. They cure constipation, sick headache
ami biliousness. Bold by Stephens 4 Elwood,
Tlie public schools at Wenatchee
closed the present term last Friday
ami after one week's vacation will
begin a new term with Mrs. Elouise
Wei Is as teacher.
Tim farmer, tbe mechanic and the bicycle
rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises.
DeWI t's Witch Haiel Salve In the best iliint: to
keep on hand, it heal* quickly, and is a well
known cute ior piles. Bold by Stephens & H
wood,
A. Gun, president of tho We
natchee Water Power Co.; has put
a large force of men to work on his
ditch and it is expected to furnish
water for this year's crop.
A lit Hi' buy asked for a bottle of "Ret up in th c
line iiim; us fust as you can." The drnguixt rec
ognized the household name for "DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers" and gave him a bottle ol those
famous little pills for constipation, sick head
ache, liver and stomach troubles. Sold by
Stephens & Elwood.
Correspondents will please semi in
their items not later than Wednesday
When coming in Thursday morning it
makes them too late for publication and
by the next week they aie stale.
children like it, it saves their lives. We mean
One Minute Cough Cure, the infallible remedy
for coughs, colds, cioup, bronchitis, grippe and
all throat and limy troubles. Sold by Stephens
& Elwood.
Where the Prizes Came From.
Grades 7 to 10 inclusive: Ist
prize—gold pen and silver holder
—Ilehmke Bros., $4. Two largo
pictures by 1). W. Morgan, $2.50.
Grades -1 to 6 inclusive: Ist
prize, set of hooks by C. E. Wheeler,
$2.50; 2d, suitable prize by F. Bos
son;.', $1.50.
tirades 1 to 3 inclusive: Ist
prize, framed picture of Abraham
Lincoln by W. A. Thomas, $2.0i1;
2d large picture by E. A. Willis,
$8.00
The Dawn to publish prize essay
and furnish a number of extra
oopies.

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