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The Ellensburg dawn. (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1898-1914, July 15, 1898, Image 1

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The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World, $1.65.
VOL. 5- N0 - 2S -
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?
C. L. COLLINS
These ire lull direct in ihe
Mill-i Hers Pit
"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 - 10 Cents.
1 Pair Brown, Black or Grey - 15 Cents.
C. L. Collins.
SEWING MACHINES!
.nigh Grade Q97
Vibrator Shuttle, &±L'
Scott 8i Latimer,
IIIIOH BLOCK. UNDERTAKERS m E««»E»EES.
THE ELLENSBURG DAWN.
-—08/- 1r
TRY THEM.
SEE THEM AND
MONFY!
We also Handle
THF NEW HOME
MACHINE.
ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, JULY 15 1898.
SOX.
Rotary Shuttle, Drop
Head, Best Machine on
earth, - - $ 50 -
Grand Clearing Out
Sale at 3
MirS SHOE STDEE
Tiis Moil.
Come in and See for Yourself.
B\ Home, A.gt,
(AT FLYNN'S OLD STAND )
J. E. VOICE,
DEALER IN —
Frosli Fisli,
Eggs. I»o-ULltry,
G-ame.
Everything - in - Season.
SEWING MACHINES! PRICES
CUT IN THE MIDDLE. THE
NEW GOODRICH MACHINE
ONLY 8;!.').
J. 3E3. VOICE,
Prop.
C. L. COLLINS
P. 1 i"» Dr. William!' En I
i « :« 1 Untmeiit will cure H i
I « * ■■•Bleeding and Itc .11 -
» 3 2 iwi'lie.-.. 1-. ab.v.rc.-t:..'-.
' ■ 3 allays the itching at onte, acts
8 ■■as a poultice, gives iu-tai." re-
B lief. Dr. Williams'lndian Pile Ointment
■ment Isprepared for Piles and Itch
np nf tli» private parts. Every box i>
warranted. By drungMs. by mail or. re
eelpt ot pric M cents and #1.00. WlttlAMS
MANUFACTURING CO.. frops.. Cleveland. Ohio.
I'or sale by Stephens & Elwood.
Stock Books.
Don't send away from home
for a Stock Book if you need
for one. The Dawn office can
can turn one or more out on
Bhort order —such as any mi
ner would admire. Call and
see our samples before giving
your orders out.
SHOUDY BLOCK, MAIN STREET.
We are lie leaflet's ii Lnr prices, Sue
ieals, Gill lies, ail Quest pots.
We buy farm produce and pay cash or trade.
If you want bargains
I HCome and see us!~M
[ ~\7V~E2 GIVE EXACT CHANGE.
> ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO,. D. H. Westcott, Manager.
THE ALBANY
THE BEST BOUSE IN THE CITY
SAMPLE ROOMS IN
CONN ECTI ON.
Centrally located.
THIRD STREET.
Mrs. H. C. Doty,
Prop.
Motf s Nerverine Pills
gans of
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing 01
lost 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 55.00.
MOTT S CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, Cleveland, Ohir>
For sale by Stephen! .V Elwood
EXTRAORDINARY!
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of Thk Dawn and the Seattle
Times one year for $1.40.
Scott & Latimer have a lace curtain
rack for Btretching and drying ourtaina
for rent, before laundryingyour curtains
you should engage one.
Thousands of person have heeu cured of
pile* by u>in.L' De Witts Witch Hazel Salve.
It heal> promptly and cure* eczema and all
■■kin diseases. It gives immediate relef.—
Stephen- & Khvood.
The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.40
PRICE 5 CENTS.
i Independence of the Press.
j A great many people are victims
| of the habit of unfavorably criticis-
J ing a new-paper whenever some
| thing finds its way into print that
[ does not happen to concide with
| their opinions or beliefs.
Such action is unreasonable and
unjust. The Primary functions of
a newspaper is, of course, to furnish
news, and legitimate news consists
in setting forth, in a plain and un
prejudiced way, the known facts
and the reasonable surmises, when
unharmful, of any matter likely to
interest the public.
There is another function of a
newspaper, however: perhaps not
so elementary, but certainly of
greater importance, and that is to
J take and maintain a stand on the
| side of justice, decency and right
eousness, no consideration of per
sons or things should interfere with
strict adherence to these high
prinicples.
The editorial rooms of almost
I every newspaper are made a daily
Btamming ground for people with
"kicks."' Hushing in with protests
because their personal notions have
been transgressed they cannot con
ceive the right of the paper or of
anyone to entertain to dissimilar
opinions. In tbe social scale the
kickers range all the way from the
man who has just paid a police
court tine to "one of our most
prominent citizens" and the degree
of stubborn intolerance of ideas at
variance with their own usually
takes a relative upward range.
Against their fixed determination
no protest or argument avails.
Absolute recantation or the sus
pension of publication is the com
mon substance of the demand.
There is no place on earth where
a wrong, unintentionally commit
ted, will be so promptly righted as
in the otlice of a respectable Amer
ican newspaper. But there is no
place on earth it is so useless to at
tempt, by any method' to secure
retraction of published facts or to
the suppression of known truth.
"A county Treasurer with $282,
000 spot cash on hand on the 10th
day of July, with few hills to meet,
is the kind of an official for the
people of King county to hay
and that's the kind of a Treasurer
it has had for eighteen months. —
Seattle Times.
Whew! That looks like a bloom
ing blight! Let her continue and
the once republican desert will
he thoroughly transformed into an
eden of blooming roses.
For carpets go to Scott & Latimer's.
Prices will astonish you, they are so
cheap.

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