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|*The Dawn and Thrice
; weekly World, $1.65.
VOL. 5- N0 - 26 '
C. L COLLINS.
SOCKS,
Don't matter much how you spell it but it does matter
a great deal the kind you buy.
Have you seen those bearing this trade mark?
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Tliese are boil lireci In ihe
Mill —no Jillers Profit.
"They are the best goods made," as the many say who have
used them, so will you say so, too, after trying them.
Have them in different grades and sell them at
7 Pairs for - - 5° Cents.
3 Pairs for - - 25 Cents.
2 Pairs for • - 25 Cents.
1 Pair Brown or Black - io Cents.
C. L. Collins.
SEWING MACHINES!
fligh Grade 4597
Vibrator Shuttle, SL=i-*
Scott 8c Latimer,
UTNCH BLOCK. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
THE ELLENSBURG DAWN.
1 Pair Browu, Black or Grey
TRY THEM.
SEE THEM AND
S*VE MON-Y!
We also Handle
THE NEW HOME
MACHINE.
KLLKNSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, JULY i 1898.
SOX.
15 Cents.
Rotary Shuttle, Drop
Head, Best Machine on
earth, - ■ $50.
Grand Clearing Out
Scilc clt
FLYiWS SHI STORE
This AH.
Come in and See for Yourself.
K. A. Home, A.gt,
(AT FLYNN'S OLD STAND )
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J. E. VOICK,
SEALER IN
iF-x-oislx
Esss. Poultry,
Game.
Erayiif - in - Season.
SEWING MACHINES! prices
CUT IX THE MIDDLE. THK
NEW GOODRICH MACHINE
ONLY $25.
J. 3E3. VOICE,
gHHfc. : 'f B» Jf%Or. Williams' Indl . •
*• TO > L?V':l.t:..<;MtV. d «•••:• 1 •
| B "- E*W|i,e.!clnt' itiiil !>.• .
9 3 I |a»Pih!H. It absorbs the'unn
'.tv \k ■? allays the itchingat< ■ ■• <
« (* idMas a poultice, Rives instant re
m Met. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint'
-i| * ment in prepared for Piles and Itch-
J Ing of tii" private parts. Every box is
warranted. By druggists, by mail on re
, hit of price. AO cents and 91.00. WILLIAMS
•'VIUFftCTURiNO CO.. Props., Cleveland, Ohio
For sale l>y Stephens & Elwood.
Stock Books.
Don't send away from home
for a Stock Hook if you need
for one. Thk DAWN office can
can turn one or more out on
short order —such us any mi
ner would admire. Call and
nee our samples before giving
your orders out.
SHOUDY BLOCK, MAIN STREET,
On the Glorious Fourth we will dish up
LEMONADE FREE!
Our Fire crackers, Torpedoes, Rockets Etc.
Will be here and they will be cheap.
Stacks of nuts and candies that will be sold
as cheap as the cheapest!
I XCome and see us!M
> WE GIVE EXACT CHANGE
) ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO,. D. H. Westcott, Manager.
THE ALBANY
THE BEST HOUSE IN THE CITY
SAMPLE LOOMS IN
CONN ECTI ON.
Centrally located.
THIRD STREET.
Mrs. H. C. Doty,
Prop.
Mott's Nerverme Pills
gans of cith
sex* such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
in t Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00
per box by mail; 6 boxes for $5.00.
NOTT S CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, Cleveland, Ohio
Fur sale Ijv Stephens & Klwood
EXTRA ORDINARY!
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of The Dawn and the Seattle
Times one year for $1.40.
Scott & Latimer have a lace curtain
rack for stretching ami drying curtains
for rent, before laundrylng your curtains
you should one.
Thousands of person have l»cen cured of
piles by De Witts Wilch Hazel Salve.
It heals promptly and cures eczema and all
skin diseases. It gives immediate rclef.—
.Stephens A: BIWOOd.
The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.40
PRICE 5 CENTS.
> Organize Direct Legislation
■ Leagues.
j Having been elected vice presi
» dent of the National Direct Legis*
{ latio League for the State of Wash*
[ ington, and by rip;ht of such pOB*
j ition being organizer for the state.
[1 am desirous of securing the CO*
| operation of all believers in tliis re
| form, that we may speedily organ*
; ize and get in touch with our bre
thern of the entire nation, would
urge each and every locality to call
meetings at once and form societies.
It is not necessary for the state or
ganizer to be present when the or
ganization is perfected. Three or
more person's can form a subordin
ate leaugue, and by forwarding 50
cents to the undersigned with an
applcation for a charter, they will
be so constituted. When seven
subordinate leagues have been char
tered they will be entitled to or
ganize a state league.
These leagues are not partisan,
and any citizen of whatever party
can become a member. Indeed,
thinking men of all parties are
favorably considering direct legis
lation as a means of escape from
the preseat unsatisfactory repre
sentative system of government.
We cordially invite republicans, as
well as democrats, silver republi
cans, populists and prohibitionists
to unite with us in a, study of this
basic question.
Let us push the organization
to the end that we may at once get
in touch with the national League.
Report all orginizations prompt
ly to the undersigned, that there
may be no delay in securing char
t er. No dues are required, the on ly
expense attendant upon organiza
tion being 60 cents for charter.
Local societies are left free to act as
they choose in all matters pertain
ing to expenses, etc.
I would urge all who are desir
ous of helping the cause to sub
scribe for the Natioal League's lit
tle publication—the Direct Legisla
tion Record —only 25 cents a year.
It can be ordered through the un
dersigned if preferred. Its editor
Hon. Eltweed Pomeroy- is also the
president of the national League,
and instead of receiving compensa
tion for his services, annually ho
contributes liberally to support the
Record and advance the organiza
tion. No officer of the League re
ceive pay for his services - it is a
work of love. Let us join hands
and help in this cause.
Yours for a better government.
L. E. Rader.
Olalla, Wash.
If you want the news you should sub
scribe for Tin: Dawn, Seattle Times and
New York World—all for $2.80. Whoop
it up!

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