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Having made up my mind to engage In other
business, I desire to dispose of my store known as "THE OASIS" I W ill teach the purchaser the candy business and will give some one a special bargain. Call on me at once. THE> CKBAM. Alartredance hall i« being built at Kn tiat. F. Bullock was in the city tins week tfeo. Elliott I* in the cltv from Spo kane. A pony lor sale—lnquire of Kirk Whited. Will Frost returned to Spokane Mon day evening. Geo. Elliott, of Spokane, is expected to arrive here to-day. The prices in carpets cut 15 per cent at Scott it Latimer's. The farmers repori ranch work pro mutiny very nicely. There is a movement on fool to have Mrs. Lease speak at •_' p. m. The appointment oi .1. F. Surrell seems to give excellent sat isfact ion. Archie Patrick, postmoster-elect of Roslyn is in the city this week. the on to Miners can be supplied with all kinds of blanks at The Daws office. Be sure and call at Scott & Latimer's and get their prices before buying. file Republican is the name of a new paper started in North port last week. Mrs. Jenkins has a large assortment of Children's Btraw hats. Prices to suit all. C. A. Harris is filling the buttments on the stati- toad bridge across the En tiat. Gnu Wanted— A girl to do general housework. Call at Ramsay's hardware store. Prof. Alex. B.Coffee lectured in nor mal halt Wednesday evening on "Young America." L. A. Wells is building a store room in Wenatchee to be used by himself for a drug store. Marriage license was granted the 12th to William Saxby and Mary J. C. Thompson of Roslyn. The streets are almost depopulated this week—everybody planting garden or busy at other work. If you want a first class magazine you should read New Time. Tin: Dawn and New Time one Near tor $1.60. Onions are worth $40 per ton. F. Bos gong & Co., have a fresh supply of sets we are selling at ll"o per lb. Sordon Post and f. Van Dyk hail a little difficulty Tuesday evening over the delivery of the sound papers. County warrants issued by the com missioners at the April session will prob ably not lie sold at less than par, A. A. Batterson issues the first num ber of his paper thit week in Northport It will be an independent paper. Pock Hinman is adding quite an addi tion to his residence on the ranch he re cently purchased from Stoddard. Place your insurance with Henry Kleinherg, who represents eight of the leading fire insurance companies in America. mai'lßtt Captain Steinman wants 15 or 20 re cruits for the National Guard. If you de sireto enlist apply at once to Capt. Steinman. Mrs, \larv E. Lease will speak in this city on Monday, May 2d. at 7:30 p. m. She comes under the auspices of the na tional guard. Wanted—A woman to do kitchen work. Must he a good cook. Apply at the NewQem Restaurant. W. B. Pbice, Lock box 608. Sheriff Goode. ofOgleCo., 111., arrived here Monday nfter Perry dates, who is wanted for several offenses In that county. (Jood, efficient school teachers are in demand. There is probably a shortage of not less than ten teachers in Kittitas county this spring. South Kittitas and Easton correspond* ence came in too late f<>r publication this week. They must he in not later than Wednesday morning. J, vV, Davies finished his six months' term of school in Cue Ronald district last Friday and takes up school in the Pack wooddistiict next Monday. A. C. Cox & Co. have put in a new Btock of undertaking goods at Roslyn with H. D. Thurston ;\~ manager and are looking for a hearse to send there. The play, -old Innocence." to be given here Fiiday evening comes with the highest reco lendations, and you can have your money back if you don't it. The stars, Tim Murphy and Dorothy Sherrod are artists in their pro fession. Do not fail to see them in their burlesque on tlie Irish. Jim Murphy Will show you some of t heir tricks. THE OASIS, Box 713, Ellensburg, Wash. Prof, McCully returned from Olvmpia Saturday evening. E. T. Wilson, of Helena, Mont., was in Ilio city this week. Will («. Qraves, of Spokane, was in the city Saturday ami Sunday. Ed Whitaon, of Yakima, was in town Monday on legal business. Old man W'ilkins went down to Yak ima this week to haul wool. \V. A. Thomas returned from Seattle ami Tacoma Saturday morning. If. F. Bean is now jailor as well as janitor and draws $50 per mouth. It was quite blustry last Sunday and hut few people were out for a stroll. Sheriff Wynegar was up on the Great Northern at Tunnel City this week. Dwight Barrett, of Chelan visited J. T. Brown Held and family this week. Do not forget to see Tim Murphy in "Oldlnnocence" Friday. April 15th. "Old Innocence," Hoyt's latest suc cess, by Tim Murphy, Friday, April 15th, Rev. Agar tilled the pulpit ol the First Baptist church in Portland last Sunday. Rumor has it that the old Register press has been sold to parties in Mon tana. See our new line of carpets at figures astonishingly low. Scott & Latimer's, Lynch block. Mrs. E. E. Wager left Monday for a two months'visit with friends in Ken tucky and Virginia, Ira I*. Englehart. the law partner of Judge Graves, was up from Yakima this week attending court. Kid and silk gloves, mitts, driving and cycling gloves at Mrs. Jenkins. Prices are the lowest. I>r. Hanks, who has been associated with Dr. Scott for a number of years, left this week for Yakima. If you know anything about the early settlement of this county, write it down ami hand, or send it to us. Do not fail to see Tun Murphy in an other of Hoyt's famous plays—"Old In nocence." Friday, April loth. A. W. Dresser, of Mission, has resigned his office of constable, and same has been accepted by commissioners. C. E. Cline, editor of the State Journal passed through the city Satur day morning on his way to Spokane, Mr. Beecher, the gentleman who is teaching school at Kaston was in town Saturday in company with Mr. Burrows. W. A. Thomas took up school in dis trict No. 1 Monday. His first school in Kittitas county was in No. I—ten years ago. Dr. Banks has purchased Dr. Hate's dental suits and will enter at once into the practice of dentistry at North Yak ima. Rev. J. V*. Milligan has moved his fainilv up from Portland, and is now permanently located in Dr. Oray's beau tiful residence on Main street. One of our exchanges says: "Our county officials are a very dignified set of men ;so much so that they have for gotten all friendship and are now court ing the good will of men who were their bitter enemies in 181M1." ,T. F. Snrrell was appointed to fill the place of Commissioner J. F. Brown who resigned and went to Skagway, Alaska. Mr. Sun-el! came down Tuesday morning and was sworn in. The board then pro ceeded to organise by electing J. M. Newman. Chairman. Norton and a number of people from Roslvn were down this week looking after matters in the Commissioners' court. It seems that the assessor raised the valuation of their property after the returns were made. The same was done In different sections all over the county as well as in Roslyn. The president's message came as per agreement Monday, but it is looked on asr.ither a weak document and not sat isfactory to the American people. The populist ami democratic members of congress together with a few of tbe re publican members are in favor of Q square declaration of war and the fiee dom of Cuba. Win Bullock, a boy of perhaps 1» years was tried in Justice Boyle's court Tues day for stealing bicycle?. He was re manded back to jail to await tbe action of the superioi court. Tlie action of tbe boy is very much to be regretted as bis mother, sisters and brother are nice peo ple and stand well not only in lids city, but wherever known. David Ullibridge another boy of about 14 was also charged with the same offense, but turned state's evidence We are very sorry all that ,uch things have occurred in out midst. Furniture! IVJ£W STORE! NlvW GOODS! We have opened and offer to the public, the largest and most complete line of Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, Pianos and Organs, ever displayed in Ellensburg and at PRICKS THAT DEFY COMPETITION! Call and get our prices before purchasing. "V UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAI.MEKS.^** William Handscomb, better known as "Okanogan Bill" .lied in Walla Walla last week, Handscomb was quite well known by old settlers oi this county. Rev. Milllgan and S. T. Sterling were elected delegates to the Presbytry of Paget Sound which met in the Second Presbyterian church of Seattle this week. W. ('. Roe, the bid-hearted and nenial printer now on the Capital force, but re cently on Tin: Dawn force is confined to his room with one of Job's pets on his neck. Miss Anna Mueller, daughter of Nick Mueller of East Kittitas is reported to be dangeronaly ill with hemorrhage of the Stomach, There is said to he no hope of her recovery. The churches of the city celebrated Easter in the usual manner. The day was not all that could be desired, but many braved the wind and attend the various churches of the city. Oabpets! Where can 1 gel the best and most complete assortment to select from. Why at Scott & Latimer's, of c< tUI so. John W. I >ixon, an old < '<■ A. K. man, and one of the old settlers in this valley who lives in Sunnyside addition, is quite poorly, being confined to his room or bed considerable of late. Friday morning of Ihbl week Sheriff Wynegar discovered that four men ly ing in jail were trying to make good their escape by digging through the brick wall of the jail witli a Bat piece of iron. He placed them in the steel cage where he knew they were safe. If you want a good coffee mill gratis, ask i. Bossong & Co. and they will tell you hOW to get one. |)r. Hare, the Yakima dentist and F. A. Williams, of the firm of Williams & Smith-on, of this city, have formed a partnership for openinga large trading posl at Toppenish, where they expect to erect a large building. The new firm will also have charge of the Stinson band of horses, worth probably more than |60,000. Roslynites Attention. 0. \V. Pautzke, of this city, one of the best artists in Central Wash ington, will be in your city Sunday and Monday next for the purpose of making photos that cannot be beaten. Be sure and call on him. JUH'i Received-—The finest and must complete stock ol carpets ever brought to Ellensbvrg, embracing our 1"> differ ent pattersol Ingrain Tapistry and Body Brussels, Moquets and Axminster car pels at prices that will astonish you. Call and get our prices. Scott & Latimbb, Lynch Block. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt P.heum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaps ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required, it is guatanteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry Drug Co. Summos for Publication. i.l the Superior Court Of Kittitas county. State of Washington. „, . Benj. L Webb, Assignee, Plalntlfr, lohn C. Eaton and llarric* L. Eaton, his wife; John A. shoudy and Mary X, Bhoudy, his woo; Dexter Shoudy aud Hattle A. Shoudy, bis wife; Ralnh Kanffmaii and Minerva M. Grimes, exe cutors of the estate ot L. B. uriuies. deceased; lohu L Earwell, Trustee; a. K. Briggiand Kath arlua Murray, DefeudanU. The- State of Washington To the said .tohn C. Eatou and Harriet L. I aton, his wife, aud John 1.. Karwell, Trustee, Defend, ants: You and each of you, are hereby summoned to at) Dear within sixty days after the first publl. ration oi this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the Bth day of April A. 1) 1894, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of Dlalntlff, and I trve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below named, and in case of your failure aa to do. Judgment wiU be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been tiled with the Clerk of saiu court Theobleetof this action is to obtain a Judg menl against the defendants. John c. Eaton aud Harriet L. Eaton, his wife, foi the sum o 52821. Ufl with lnter»St theteou from tho Ist day of Anril V 0 ls''S at 12 per cent per annum, and tor the further sum of »200 attorneys'fees, and for Dlaintiffl cost of suit, and that said judg. mcl t be declared alien Upon certain premises in the county of Kittitas, State of Washington, mortgaged by John C. Eatou and Harriet L. Ea ton bis wife, on or about the 6th day OI Apt 11 \ D ISBB and on or about the 2d day of Februa ry V D !ss>J to J. s. Hull, and Ol which said mortgages and of the notes thereby secured nlaiutiffis now the owner and bolder, and which said i tgagesare now of record iv the office of the county auditor ol Kittitas county, state of Washington, In Book "B" ..f Mortgages at nage 202. aud in Book "8" of Mortgages at ..ago 1520f tli c Mortgage ecords of said county, aid to obtain a dectee foreslosing said mort vases as to all of the defendants herein named, and allpersons claiming in. through or by them or either ol them, and for the sale of the premises mortgaged, to-wit: The southwest ' of section 5, in township 1,, north of range, i'l'eastol Willamette Meridian, containing oue huudred and sixty acres, oTf p much thereof as may be uecessary to pay said judgment, interest attorneys' fees, costs and disburs -incuts. " H, J. SNIVELY AND J? BED MILLEB, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. l>. v. Address, Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington. Scott & Latimer, At the Churches. Congregational church, morning subject: ''A Priceless Inheritance and a Golden Opportunity." Sun day school at ."»:.';() p. m. Evening subject, ''A Searching Question." Rev. E. C. Wheeler. Evangelistic services are now in progress at the M. E. church. Rev. W. T. Euster, who has had remark* able success in this field is here for a short time and will preach after noon and evening of each day at 2:30 and S o'clock. Good singing and a lived}' time is being had. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock a sermon will be preached for all. At '■), a sermon to men only in which the ''Tiger and the "Ele phant" will figure. A sermon to the world in the evening, on general principles. All are invited. MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY. It is certainly gratifying to the public to know ol one concern in the land who arc not afraid to be gener» ous to the needy and suffering. The proprietor! ol Dr. King's New Medical Discovery lor consumption, coughs and colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine; and have the satis faction ol knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness ami all diseases of the throat, chest and lungs surely cured by it. Call on | the Perry Drug Co., druggist, and, get a trial bottle free. Regular size 50c and $i. Every bottle guaran teed, or price refunded. Robert R. Wells died at his home j in Wenatchee Friday night after an illness of over two weeks. His funeral took place from the family residence Apr. 10 at 11 a. m. and was conducted by the A. <>. D. W., of which he was a member. Mr. Wells was a prominent business man, and at the time of bis death was a member of the city council. He leaves a wdfe and three children. Mrs. Henild. Dressmaker, Pine Street, between Ist and and 2d. Prices very reasonable. Ii you waul the news of congress, you want a paper called tlie Seattle Times— and you can get The Dawn and Times on<> year for -* 1.40. Don't Hold Your Girl. Responsible if sl>e refusesjyou for _'ivinir lier a poor picture, gel some good ones taken at Pautzkes Art Studio. A CLEVER TRICK. It certainly looks like it, but there is really no trick about it, Anybody can try it who has lame back and weak kidneys, malaria or nervous trouble. We mean he can cure him self riyht away by taking Electric Bitters. This medicine tones up the whole system, acts as a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonic. It cures constipation, headache, fainting spells, sleoplessness and melancholy It is purely vegetable, a mild !axa tive, and restores the system to its natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters ami be convinced that they are a miracle worker. Every bottle guar anteed. Only 50c a bottle at the Perry Drug Co.'s. Stock Books. Don't semi away from home tor a Stock Book if you need for one. The Dawn oflice can can turn one or more out on short order —such as any mi ner would admire. Call and see our samples before giving your orders out. netio.'full of lite, not to anil vigor, take Xo-To- Liac, the wonder-woria r, that tmikes weal; men strong. All druggists, 500 or SI Cure guaran teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. CATHARTIC j CURE COHSTIPATIOH^^ BLUE STONE. BROWN'S TREE SOAK INSECT POWDERS, Stephens & Elwood, THE DRUGGISTS- IN EW STORE!! On Saturday April 2d we will open a First- Class Grocery on Pearl Street. We will be First in New Goods, First in Low Prices, First in Quality And Greatest in Quantity. STEIMMAN BROS., Cash Grocers. | jThe State Fair Commission has been liberally aided by the busi- : ness men of Yakima, and theintei est manifested seems to insure suc cess. L. E. Sperry, C. F. Baily, J. T. Harsell, J. G. Boyle and K. M. Reed have been a committe ap pointed to entertain the editors and publishers of newspapers of the state a- special -luests at North Yakima. Deafness Cannot Me Cured. Itv local applications as they cannot reach tlie diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one wav to cure deafness, ana that is hv constitutional remedies. Deafness t> caused by an Inflamed condition ot themu dus lining of the Eustachian Tube, w hen this mi"' i> Inflamed yen have a ruoling sound 01 imperfect bearing, and when it Is enflreh closed, deafness Is the result, and unless the luflaraatton can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nornwl condition, bearlna will he destroyed forever, nine cases out of tenure caused by Catarrh, which is nothing bul an inflamed condition 01 the mucus surfaces. We will give one Hundred Dollars fpi any ca f deafness (.causes by catarrh) trial cannol be cured by Hull's Catarrh, semi for circulars; free. X, .1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by drugntsts, 76c. Hall's Family Plus are tbe best. Life of Frances Willard. The greatest Belling book of thh century. The only authorized and authentic etory of the beautiful '■Lite of Francis E. Willard" by Miss A. Gordon, Preface by Lady Henry Sommerset. The great, eloquent and wise unite in splendid testimonials. Mm like Dean Farra, Archbishop Ireland, Canon Wilberforce Bishop Potter, Bishop Vincent, Moody, Parkhurst and a host of others representing the church of Eng land, the Roman Catholic church and all the christian churches of the world have furnished what no expenditure of money could buy. Mrs. J. A. Laurendeau has the exclusive right for the sale of this book. Agents wanted. Apply at once to Mrs. Laurendeau. For carpets go to Scott iV Latlmei's. Prices will astonish you they art' so cheap. Furniture from Factory to Fireside. Kcluu tho only exclusive manufacturers "f furniture in the world selling direct from mak er m user we save "tir customers the euormous cxtieust» ami profits oi the jobbers ami retailers. Bend ior catalogue A, showing our full Hue ol Household I urnitnro, at -0 to . r >u tier cent, under retail value. QI'AKBK Vaj.I.KY MAHUFACTUa- Htti Co., 366 West Harrison t., Chicago, His. Mention Tin-: Dawn when writing (mnrH sepoj Furniture! LYNCH BLOCK Summons by Publication. ! in the superior Court of Kittitas County, State of Washington, George Hampton, Plaintiff 1 vs. John A. Shoudy, M. K. Shoudy, Dexter Bhoudy, Hattle Shoudy, B V. Briggs, David Murray, Katberine Murray, J. 11. Bcott, London ami Mm Francisco Bank Limited, a corporation, John Cornthwait, John George Kellitt. and Wil liam Anderson, partners as Ellensburg Foundry and Kugineerlug Company, K. J. Winter and c. II Harper, partnors as Winter and Harper, W, K. Whittier, W tlliam P. V tiller. Jr.. )•'- N. Wood ward ami c. A. Plummer, surviving members of Whittier, Fuller and Company, Minneapolis I Trust Company, a corporation and c. 8, Phil- I brick, Defendants. The State of Washington to the suid B. F, Briggs, London and -a:- Francisco 'Sank I.im- I ited, a corporation, John Cornthwait, John I George Kellitt and William Anderson, partners las Ellensburg Foundry and hugineerfng Com i pany, K. J. Winter and C. H. Harper partners as ! Winter and Harper. W. E. Whittier and William P. Fuller Jr., F. S, w Iward and 0. A. Plum mer, survivlnu members of Whittier Fuller and Company, Minneapolis frust Company, a cor poration and C. S. Philbrick defendants: \mi are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days aftei the date of the tirst publication lof this summons, to-wit—within sixty days after the -ith day oi March, 1898, and defend the above entitled action in the above 1 entitled court, and answer the complaint lof the plaintiff, and serve a oopy of your ' answer upon the undersigned attorneys for j plaintiff, at their office below stated; and in case lof your failure so to do, judgment will be ren dered against you according to tbe demand of the complaint! which lias beeu filed Wtth the Clor of said court. That the above action is I brought for the purpose of foreclosing that cer tain mortgage, made, executed and delivered to tiarry C. Masterson, on thelgth day of August, A. D, lfc'.'"., by John A. Shoudy and M. R. Shoudy for the sum oi two thousand dollars with interest thereon from date at the rate of fourteen per centum per annum, upon the fol lowing described real estate to-wit: All of lots six and seven and the BOUth hall of lot eight ill block twelve. Lcpot Addition tothe City of El leusbntg, and all that pa celof land beginning at tbe southeast comer of block nine and run- I ulug north along the west side of Main street tort)' feet; thence west.ono hundred and twenty feet; thence south forty feet; them c east along the north line of Third struct one hundred and twenty feetto the place of beginning! Convoy ing the south forty feel of lot six, block nine in the original t woof KHensburg, which .-aid mortgage was duly transferred, assigned, en dorsed and set over to this plaintiff. Plaintiff also prays the above and foregoing delendauts he barred and forever foreclosed of all right, claim orouuity of redemption in the said prem ises, and every part thereof. 'MlltES & WABKEUi Attvs, for l'ltf. P. O.—EllcnsblPg, Wash. 01 DEK T I SHOW CAUSE. tu tbe Superior Court ol Kittitas county, State of Washington, (in Probate.) In tin; matte of tbe estate of V, M. Thorp, de ceased. 1 his cause i oiiiins' on to be heard on llii- 21st d*y of March, A. D. 1898, upon the petition of the administrator to be allowed to tell the real estate belongiug to said estate, ami it appearing from said petition that all ( f the personal prop erty of said estate i'"s been disposed of, that there i- -'till a considerable amount of debtsoutstaud* log agaiust the decedent, and that there is no personal estate in til" hands of the administrator to pay the said outstanding debts and expense* of the administration, ami that it is necessary to sell the whole or a large portion of the real e-tate owned by said estate in Kitiitas county, state of Washington for the payment of said debts and expenses, and the court being fully advised In the premises does hereby direct all persons interested in said estate to appear before the Superior COUrt Of Kittitas county, .-late of Washington at the court bouse of said county at Ellensburg at 9:30 o'clock a. m. on Monday the 2d day of May, \. D . 189s. and show cause, If any they have, why au order shall not bo granted to the administrator to sol the real es tate of the deceased, situate in Kittitas county. State of Wa«hlngton, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay ail of the debts mid charges now standing against said estate, and It is fur ther ordered that this order be published 111 ••Tin; , ux.v-m i;.. Dawk," a newspaper pi gen eral circulation, published at Ellensburg in said county and state, for at least four successive weeks preceding the said JA day of May A. D., Given under our band at Ellensburg, Kittitas couutv. Washington, this2lstday oi March, A. I, i-.rs John B. Davmson, Judge.