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Nortbport now has < I civic street lights. Spokane is Io have i woolen null according to reports. William Hoy has assumed his office as highway commissio: er. Mrs. Harry Ripley, a > olfax pioneer, was painfully scalded eceiitly. Preliminary survey o the I'alousc irrigation project will 1 gin January Ist. Henry Davis, aged Xt, a resident of Whitman county for • years, died r, (antly. John Mordhoret and Steve IVHal las .were acndcnilv k.ned rec. ntly while hsulu.g wood m tr Danville John P, Martin has j v chased from IV W. Miller a section of wheat land mar Walls Watts, for •«4>,otW The golden wedding nniversary of Mr and Mrs. 0 T Tr,-cott wss cel ebrated recently at Oai sion Mrs. .loci Dixon, aged I I years, died from old ag, near F.n l.ington. Sat urday. ?»he was born la Germany. The Interior department has issued an order for cxt, nsion 01 time to sct tl, r> under Quincy pr.' .ci to Jan uary 1, 1915. Chelan County SOSasa -sioncrs have made a S2OHHI appropna ion for a free ferry on Lake Chelan getweeß Firsi On < k and Manson. The handsome reside • of R. l>. Sayres of Daytou has b « leased by Catholics for an indefin,;e period as a sisters' hospital. Farmers who siored their grain on their ranches are t.iki Ig advantage of the fine weather and the good roads and are hauling io the ware house. At Everett recently Leo Holger and John Hyan. each 19 year-, were found dead in an anteroom of he state ar mory, having been ovcromc by (as Mrs. Grace Hog.vall was shot fa I: ly by J. Orvillc Hlakesl. c. a rej ct suitor, at Seattle recently, Hlakesh a gardener, aged 10, then committed suicide. A retailer is bound to a factory pi ice. according to rece .it decision of state supreme court, ami a man who cuts selling figure mam, SOturer sets is liable for damages. Highway Commission,-1 William R. Koy aud Chief Engineer James Allen will spend most of this week on their first official tour of inspection in eastern Washington Governor Lister disapproves of the action of the board of regents of the University of Washington when they removed Hr. Thomas F, Kanes as president ot the state university. The Yakima Pioneers' association has decided that Indian blood should be no bar to member-.up provided the applicant was a citizen on Nov. 9. 1899, when Washington was admit ted as a state. M L. Waite. near Sunnyside, had out 12 acres of tomatoes this season which produced an average ol 10 tons to the acre. He hauled eight ton per day to the cannery, receiving .Sl2 per ton. Mrs. E. 11. .Morrison ol Fairfield, oneol the most widely know n pioneer women of the northwest, died recent ly at Rochester, Minn., where she was taken December I for surgical tr, atmeat. Donald U. Olson of Seattle has been appointed superintendent of the state reformatory to succeed C on B. Bice, January I, Mr. Olson is t fuel dealer prominent in Masonic cii les and La a di mocrat. A campaign for better apples and more of them is being '.vigorously waged by the fruitgrowers re ar Kles ling. Dynamite Is being ised. Hun dreds of apple trees from B to 2f> years of age are doomed in the dif'4 ferent orchards for varieties best adapted to locality. The anticipated refusa of the five great, railroad lines to p.. their 191H taxes will reduce the tot il lax collec tions throughout the stale between (4,000,000 and ¥4,250,1100. and may re sult in the stamping of interest-bear ing warrants to practically this amount, by the state and the counties I and school districts traversed by the railroad lined. There are more than 270 cases of typhoid fever in Centralia. The state board of health has take-, the matter in hand and is rendfcJ Dg valuable service to the citizens oi the town. Three inches of snow fill in I'asco. Sunday night. Frank A. Garrecht of Walla Walla, according to reports from Washington. D.C., is slated for United States At 4 torney for the Eastern district of the state. Gov. Lister has conditionally parJ doin d Wappenstein who was sent to the penitentiary some two years ago. LOOK I We own some of the finest irnpro ed farma in Minnesota, Wiscon. . and North Dakota that we cat. sell j or crop payments. If you want a home we will help you. If you have a piece of city property or a small farm which you wish to exchange for oth er land, we can use it. We also have a new stock of grocerii and china ware, dry goods, hard v re and milli nery to exchange for firm laud or city property. Write for particulars Information cheerfully given. Agents wanted. C. A. BEBKIN' , PO. Box 12, St. Pau.. Minn. FOB SALE OR I X AUK. Thirty dollars worth of nursery stock, your own selection will be sold or traded at a bargain. Can use oats, wheat or barley in exchange. Th nursery is located near Portland Oregon, and the stock will be deliv ered all charges prepaid. Who wants it. Apply at The Dawn office, tf. Union Fish Co I Receive Fresh Fish Ever; Morning I also handle Silt Fish. Kippered Salmon. Smoked Salmpn, > od Fiah Middles. Fresh Virginia Select and Olympis Oysters I pay cash (or eggs and poultry at the nut k. t price 1 SOI ICII \ OI R I l< RAY R. FLUMMERFELT PROPRIETOR PhrOCM Mam 11° Union 1 ish Co PRAISE FOR THE MULE. Goc.s Pomts ol Long Ears Knumsrstsd by an Admirer. So many publication* are preaching ! the liesvy draft horse to the farmers that I wish to say a word that IUU> assist some one in avoiding a big mis take, writes X A Wendt in ttunil New Yorkei Don't buy or breed ill, big fellows unless you Have enough heavy road work to keep them busy or unless you breed them entirely tor the market The big fellows are wonderful tor handling heavy loads on city streets ol on good roads, but put them in deep mud. heavy sand or where the SVeragl (armor most needs them, in loose. COl tivated tields. and their weight is their ruin It is only plain common sense They sink so much deeper than lighter animals and must raise their feet s,.\ oral inches hither than is natural, and necessarily they soon become "ieg tired." then slow tittd cluuis.v and Bunl ly "played out." The 1.1(01 to 1.1! I pound horse w ill stand a lot more nud on iniich less feed than the big fellow for general farm purpo-es: nlnu the small horse will do the work without breaking and trampling so much ol the cultivated Tops. But far liet'ter than etthel for ge • ami farm work s n rt, mi bul t medium sized njuli i the slwlstided low headed raanrbai k, but the well Missouri Queen, the muli sho»n Herewith, Is two years old. sixteen hands hiuh and Weighs 1,500 pounds She was first In class and sweep stakes at several county fairs la Missouri and grand champion at the Missouri state fair At the American Royal show, Kansas city, aim and tier male won BTSt In all a«e sweepstakes for best poll Her sire Is Missouri King and her darn a grade Perebsron mare. She is owned by M. M Marshall. Itotx rly Mo The Dawn Solicits the printing of the particular people of Ellenshurg. It pleases to please you. We are here to do the work and have the best Job printing plant in town 416 North Pine Street Notice of Annual Meeting of Stockholders Ellensburg, Wash.. Dec. r5, 1913 Notice is hereby given that a meeting ol the stock holders of the West Side Irrigating company will be h< Id in Turner's ha 11,416 North Pine street, Ellensburg, Wash., on Saturday, January 10, 1914, at 2 p m., for tin: purpose of electing trustees, hearing the annual report and transact ing Such other business as may come before the meeting. A. T. GREGORY, Secretary. Christmas and New Years Excursion Fares Ticket* o i Sal" December. 18, I*, 20, 21, 22, 23 24 Return up to January S, 1914 Northern Pacific Railway From any point in WASHINGTON , IDAHO \ OREGON On the Northern Ry Tickets and all information J. Y. Edwards Agent, EUensburg, Washington. A. D. Charlton, A. P. A., Portland, Oregon. Union Fish Co Halibut. Salmon. Smelt. I tc Cor. Fourth ."v Fine. Union Fish Co bred animal He Will do as much farm Work as the big horse 00 about one half often less the leed; Is t|Uicker. more prompt, learns his work in one fourth the time, seldom breaks or tramples crops, requires lees shoeing, is less liable to sickness, almost un known to heaves, founder, broken or thick wind, corns, stomach troubles, etc ; seldom balky and usually is good for abO.ol twice as many Veers' actual sen ICO SS the big horse You can feed two mules and keei them keen and sleek OU What you must feed to one horse, and either mule Is as valuable as the Dorse and tat more than equal unless you are in ii very level section, and in level sections the angina is crowding the horse in a bill) country the medium else or small mule has no equal a;*', n breeding for market, tb tile "ill bring as Rood prices as the Work horse Hut when you start to breed for mules, partiCU Inrly if they are Intended for your own use. choose Intelligent, kindly, round built, short coupled mares that are naturally quick walkers and "never lasy or sluggish Of eoursi yon will choose sound animals Don'! tT) tot big mules for the farm I'hey won'! pay and will become slow its they age .Anyway, any Intelligent man who follows the team day after dBJ knows that the medium size is the most satisfactory and economical team for farm pur post's Alfalfa as a Pork Maker. ... I At the Kansas experiment station 1 sihi pounds of pork were made from I toll of alfalfa bay and TTO pounds from an acre of alfalfa pasture At I the Nebraska station hog rations eon slstlm.' or one fourth alfalfa hay show ed tl Ifalffl bay worth Its weight In cor i) men I ami superior to the aam< Weigh I ol bran l"he lowa station made piu '• vi h i per hundred pOIII d 'ill /.'• I Til cents pet I bushel 'in. With a lalia and eon. i pork •' '- SN per hundred pounds. ' and '•: . . 'I WW , ents per buah 'el a:i . he of :;;i i-:i per cent In I favor v aiii Unless you want your sheep t" mi utile all wintei keep tbem In <mt of toe full ralua lie sure tlie sheep burn lias a tight roof, n dry il ■ and good ventilation, with no draft*. it la n mtatuke, aud ■ serious one. U"t to provide an abundance of pure water for the Bock »l»ir ing the Winter. Il 11 poor econ omy to let a Bock quench lis thirst by eating snow. An abundance »( i is fed with n little grain a 111 bring ■ flock through the winter In the best of ■hape for profit, Keep the sheep In out of every storm. The feet and the backs of the flock should always be dry HOW TO BANKRUPT THE DOCTORS. A prominent New York physician says, "It it were not for the thin stocking! - and thin soled shoes worn by women the doctors would probably be bankrupt." When you centred a cold do not wait for it to do ■* vt lop into pneumonia but treat it at once. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds, and bus won a wide reputation by its cure of these' diseases. It is most effectual and i- pleasant and safe to take. for sale by .Model Pharmacy, 0, W. Hall, proprietor. IN THE SHE E PFOLD. To any point in WASHING 1 ON IDAHO OREGON On any line, and to Vancouver, B. C. si SIMONS in the Superior Courl of the State oi Washington, In and for t<ittit:i- County Bus) Bee Mining * Development Companj s corporation, plalntifl \s Mary Martin and the unknown i„ ~ - ol Daniel MeOolgan. deceased, and all other persons or parties un known, claiming any right, i• <'<'• tate. lieu or Interest In the real es tate described In the complain! here in, defendants. State ol Washington to the saw Mar) Martin and the unknown bclra ol Daniel MeOolgan, deceased, and all other persona or parties unknown, claiming an) right, title, estate, lien or Interest .in the real instate de scribed in the complain) herein, de fendants i \~v ai, hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the nate ol the first publication of this ■ - minis, ui-nil . Within sixty days after the 25th da) ol December, 1918 and ,1 ~nd the above entitled action In ihe above entitled court and answer the complain) ol the plaintiff, <""' - rye a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plain tiff,, at their office he low stated; md in c ise of your failure -" to do, judgment « ill '•>'• rend, red against you according to the demand ol the complaint » bit h has i n tiled ait b the clerk ol said courl. The object of said suit is to remove the cloud from the title ol the prem ises hereinafter described, and to ex clude the defendants and each ol lie in from any right, title or claim in or io the property hereinafter de scribed situated in Kittitas county, Washington to-wlti The north bail .of northeast quarter ol section l», township 20 north, range il B.W.M, Mc\l LAY & MBIOS, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Pos) office and office address, .'>H'i Miller Building, North Yakima, Wash Ingron, I Irs) Insertion, Dee. 45, 1918, Last insertion, Feb I-, 1914, I'olf SALE—Duroc-Jcrsey full-blood Shoata lor sale. Apply to W. H. Colvln, Wymer, Washington 8-t, 50.r0 Reward I will pay ijiriii reward for evldenci that will bad to the arrest and eon -1 vlotion of the parly that shot and killed one of my Jersey cows on Wed nesday afternoon of Oat. 16th, He last day of the hunting season, l-i. W.H. RADBR. C( )NH riPATION POISONS you. If you are constipated, your entire system is poisoned by the waste mat" ter k pi m I be body - serious results often follow. l.se Dr. King's New Life bill- and you will -oon get rid ol constipation, headache and other troubles, 25c at Druggists or by mall 11. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia ami Si. Louis. Cou'jh Sirup For Cows. Sometimes v dry. harsh cough is an obstinate condition i rrect. : nt the follow i i- ;i g' ml, simple congb sirup that should be kept "ii baud for cough ing cows: Simmer together over a slow fire two ounces oil of tar, three ounces extrai i ol belladonna, three ounces sir up of squills "in' pound granulated sugar, one-half pltit water. Constantly stir while melting until It appears Ilka a thl k sirup. Give "he tablespoonful mi the tongue twice daily. You may ludge the quantity in wklftg by the number of cows to treat. Shoe Boils. The name shoe boil is a misnomer, an Improper term for the condition. It is true that sometimes the shoe causes these enlargements, but more often it it ea let. Tim damage done to elbow is brought about by the animal at* tempting t<> rise when the fore feet are extended, The animal gives one \ (blent lunge to gel up. and the bruising is done when It pounds down just before the upward direction Is taken. Hay lug it n ved by a competent man Is the only sane and safe remedy. Keep a Few Sheep. sheep raising was considered prof itable under ordinary ranch condi tions s< rem I years ago when both wool and m itton were cheaper than they are no Why wouldn't it be profit ai.le keep n few sheep on a general farm where there Is a g»od pasture? Parcel Post Rates An oidcr from the Postmaster Gen eral baa reached the local olfice slat ing thai on and after August loth, 1913, the limit ol weight of parcels o, ioiirth class mail lor delivery uiJi in the f'rat and second zones shall be Increased from 11 to 2(1 pounds. The rate ot postage on parcels ex ceeding four ounces n weight shall five c, nis lor the first pound and und one cent lor each additional luo pounds or Iraciion thereof when Intended lor local delivery aud five cents lor the first pound and one oi ni lor each additional pound or fraction thereof when intended for delivery at other oilices wituiu the first and second zones. lln pound rates ot postage in the first and second zones shall be us lollows : First zone Second zon I Weight Local Zone rate rate rate lluu mi ..$0.06 $0.05 $0.05 i pounds 110 .1)0 .00 8 pounds uo in .07 I pounds .07 .00 ,0H 6 pounds 07 .09 .09 0 pounds 00 .10 10 7 pounds OH .11 .11 H pounds 01) 12 .12 I,'pounds 09 .13 .18 10 pounds .10 .14 .14 11 pounds 10 ,16 .18 Impounds .11 .16 .10 13 pounds 11 .17 .17 11 pounds 12 .18 .18 16 pounds 12 .19 19 Id pounds 18 .20 .20 17 pounds 13 .21 21 1H pounds 14 .22 .22 If, pounds 14 .23 .23 20 pounds 15 .24 .24 The rale lor local delivery shall apply to all parcels mailed at a post oilier from which a rural route starts for delivery on such route, or mailed at any point on such route ior dcliv cry at: any other point thereon, or at the office from which the route starts, or on any rural route start ing therefrom, and on all matter mailed at a city carrier office, or at any point within its delivery limits, j for delivery by carriers from thai ' of'ice for local delivery. ORDBR to snow OA USB iii the Superior Oourl ol the State „f Washington, In and for Kittlta ft. of Adam M Stereoa, deeeaaed. Order fixing time to 1., ai E Ina noun, „..d to show cause whj I button should nol be made, Adam M. Stevens jr., and Dan ,;„,,, executors ol the estate o Ada M Stevens, decca ed, having filed n this Court their Klnal Vccounl and petition setting rorth lhal <ald esl il is now in a condition to be cloned and i- n ml* tot distribution ol tn residue tl 1,1 among the persons entitled by law then to, i il l PP ear " Ina to the Court tbi i |)"titioii sets forth fuels siifflolenl to author ize a distribution ol the residue ol saiil estate i ~ . It is therefore ordered bj the! ourl dial all persona i rested In the ■ talc ol the sai.l A.lan, M. Steven de ceased, l- and appear before the - Superior Cour Cittlta County State of Washington, a! the < ourt Room, In the Coon Hon,.' In the City „l Ellensburg, In said Kittitas ( ouiity on the 19th day of January 1911 ai the hour of in o'clock in the forenoon of said day. then and tl <■ to bow cause, if any they have, why iw final acoounl should nol h allowei ami an order of distribution be vi id „r the residue of aid esl iti imon i the heirs and persons In aaid petition m> ntioned, according to lav It is further ordered thai a cop) of this order be poi ted In I brce ol the mosl public places in Kittitas county, for ■ period ot tour weeks prior to saiil bearing and i>ubii h once a week for four consi cutlve weeks before the aaid 19th day ol January. 1911 in The EllensburgDawn a newspaper printed and published in saiil Kittitas county, and of general i in ii Ist ion ib< rein, Done in Open Court this sth daj ol December, 1913. RALPH KAI I I'M 1 Nidi 'idi State of Washington Count) ol Kitti tas., ss I, Wm, Newstrum, Countj Clerk o Kittitas county and ex-officlo Clerk of the Superior Courl of Ihe Stati d Washington lor Kittitas Count) do hereby certify thai the toregolns Is a full, true and correct cop) of the original order i<» shon causi made b) said Courl on Ihe Bib da) >> 1 1 c ru ber. 1913, in the matter of the estate of Adam M. Stevens, deceased, Wiire-ss m) hand and tie seal ol said Court this Ml, dly ol Decenibci 1918. Wm N EWBI Rl M Clerk, Published Dec. 11, 191 !, Last publics i lon Jan IS, I9H The Dawn tor job printing. CALIFORNIA WOMAN SERIOUSLY ALARMED. "A short tine- ago I contracted ■ severe cold which fettled on vi) lungs and caused me a greal deal "i annoy ance. I would have bid coughing spells and my bint's were SO -ore and Inflamed I began to be seriou I: alarmed \ friend recommended Chamberlain's Cough lb- dy, saying she had used n for yar- I bough I a bottle and it relieved mj cough tic first night, and in a week I « is rid of the cold and sol snesi of my lungs." writes Miss Marie Oerbcr, Bawtelle, Cat, for sale bj Model Pharmacy. <) \V. Hill, proprietor, Eilensburii, Monumental Works JAMES OLATDON, Prop .Mai vi- , Granite, and Sandstone cut to older. UANTILS FOR YOl H h ESI Dl Cor. 10th and Water Sta., Noiih Phone-Black 3941. No Agents. Save 25 per sent, Kilty years at the 11 ide. All work gui ranteed. Baa. 905 N. Water St. If you have legal publications of any kind remember that The Dawn Dawn will give you good servioe ami all the promptness thai the lan ri quires. 111 Koc- IKlisr.Y HOUB. The fursicr'a kind, loung pigs o. either sex, best of blood lines. Call on or address BSARjL BARNES I'iione Farmers 289 tilljiisbui g, Washington, If it's a nice piece of job printing yon have to give out, send ii to lie Dawn office. We make a sp oialtj of high guide work and have the lai est and best assortment of the latest faces in job type in the cily, as well as the best ol inks, -and printers— they are real artists, not imitators, real printers, not makeshifts or mis fits. For list of cheap lands on easy terms write to H. W. Col f, Colfax, Washington. 2911. Try The Dawn for one year. Pigs for sale. C. B. Stevens, Call Farmers 30X6. We Duplicate All Infc Wlut* und OolurabSs Wyanduttea, Single L'omii vviiiir Leghorns, and Llghl Bratnas. We use trap nests. In business 80 years. The ether varieties - for 16, IA for to, *ia fo 100. Address. MtohMl li. Borer, Bex -.'I Bammonton, New Jersey. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID for fins, bides and pelts. We are the only fur house in flic city thai buys furs, hides and pells at best prices El!eiisl)uri> (ilove Works 219 W 3d. St. V. B. Mrs / Prop If you want to reach the mostsub atantial class of farmers and labor ers as well as business men, plant your ads. in The Dawn and you'll Ret results. NOTION I Oil I*l HLICATION Nol coal html S rial 03985, I), i >i* 11 m>til mi ih ,m nor, IS. Land ill fin- at Noi lli Viikinia, Waal] December I, 19113, Null i herein given that Warren t »ri«o, ol Xi ,\'a Ii , who. on May 12. IIIHI, iini'li lio a.- I. ail entry No ii urn:.. ioi \v, „i \vv%■ kv' N W >.i ■ N W , ol S 10 1-4, M. rtiSn :12, Town.hip Ii N, llange 21 K.W.M. baa filed notice ol intention to make Final three year I'rool, to e.stablu)|j Claim to lie- la ml a hove 'If scribed, hi'- forc W. W. Ilminey I s. Commission er. at. hi. ollie . ii i;i|.-n-burg, Wash ington, on lie mil .lav of .lanuar* Mill I Claimant mimes ■ witnesses) llowai 'I I HI .1 in ol l;i|,nsburg Washington, Jacob Godfrey, ol Kl|. n-burg, Wush* ml' I Oil. ll' i man W; .• ol Kitt it as, Wash* Ington, Herman Mucker, ol Kittitas. Wash ington. HICII Mil) STHOBACH, Register, N'OTICK of SKI ri.KMKNT of I'INVL \CCoI NT ami IIKMMNG on PE TITION lot DlHTltllil TION In tin- Superior Courl ol the State ol Wii-hinc I on, in aid for Kittltai County. In Probate In ibe mallei ol the estate of Win. A Km . dcocased. None, is hereby given that .Mary Ellen Hire, administratrix olthe cs late ol William \. Uice, deceased, has rendered and presented for settle* men! and filed in tie- abovo entitled court, her final account of her ad m i nisi ia I ion ol -aid esl it' and peti tion for distribution ofsaud estate, that Halurd.iy, December 27 1913, at ID o'cclock \.M.. at the court house in the City ol Kllcusbugr, Kittitas County, Washington, has been duly appointed by the said courl for the .ill in in ol -aid account and hear in on said petition, ai which time and place any person interested in •aid est U" is directed to appear and file exceptions in writing to said ac count, and contest the same if they -ii desire, and show cause if any they bate why -uch dm i inn lion should mil be made a- petitioned for. Hated December 10th, 19118. Wm, NEWSTKUM, Count) Clerk, and ex-officio clerk oi the Superior Court of Kittitas Count t Washington, Published Dec. 11, 1918. Last publication Dec 2."i. 1918, ,~l MMONB In the Sup nor Courl of (.he State o Washington, in and for Kittitas Countj. W. W. Monucy ami Anriis E. Hon He) husband and will' plaintiffs, vs. William irs, .1.11 I'ressley and -Mrs. .1 11. li. - ley, V \. Phillips and the City ol I'Jllensbui \ a municipal cor lioration ol tbi I lord Class also all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property de-( scribed in the complaint herein, dc i. ndants. lie siat- ol Washington to the aid defendants William Sears, J.. U. I'ressley and Mrs. I. H Pressley, A.A. Phillips and all other persons or par ties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the n al estate described in th • complaint hen in : fou ai.- hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the date of j tie |ii-i publication ol this sum mons to-witi within -ixty days after the 24th day ol December 1 !'l3, and de fend tie above entitled action in the ale,-,, entitled court, and answer the complaint oi plaintiffs, and serve a cony ol w. ii answer upon the under signed attorneys lor plaintiffs at their office below slated; and in case of your failure -o to do judgment will i„ rendered against you according to the d viand ol the complaint which baa been tiled with the Clerk of said court. lie- objecl ol -aid action Is i,, quiet tb" title of plaintffs to lot tour 1 in block sixty-four (64) in Shoudy's Second Addition to the town (nov. city v. Kllensburg.Kittitascoun iv. Washington. I'Kl V.\ -\ HOJSFFLER, Attoi ie y- lor Plaintiffs. P.m. address, Ellensburg, Washington Kittitas County. Published Dec. Ith, 1918. Last publit ation Jan. 29th. 191*. $ioo Reward $100 The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at hast one dreaded disease that science has been able Io cure ill all its Stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease requires a constitutional treat ment, ball's Catarrh Cure Is taken, internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- j tetu thereby destroying the founda tion ot the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature m doing its work. The proprietors have gjOMOd 3.nutlll sit uj Ml!'.l qonui os that they Offer One Hundred Dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. .1. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. '00, Take Hall's family Pills lor oCnstl patlon, _ Try The Pawn for one year. ****** Isn't A Paper Like THE DAWN Now Subscribing to 7 NOTICK 01 SHKWnIJ HEaL Earii'M Lnder In the superior entTH county, state of WuiW™ l-lhert Uutebin, SS'aaaai Ue Wolf, defend!^^ Liider and by virtu.d.i ejtecutioa issued muM ilie seal U [ the ■luryeriaiH slate of WashingtongHM .county, on the lUth testfl '1913 ii pun ajudjoiSjS said court on the I|ta4r3 I '•!!•( in Uvorot ElbertTLg and against J. P. UWm debtor for the sun afSM la is. together witigS interest, costs and ia3& and tv nic directed utsl did on the 18th daj ttssfl l. vy upon all the rigataj L' i t »t of said judgment J3 io the following dtsusaki to satisfy said juigßsTkfl South half of the aaaja ul section Ihirty-lowMg Nineteen i,19) North; najfl I'.i-L of the Wilkoetti Kafl <■■ pt the l ullowiriK lUsnkigJ land : •Couiuiencing ittkaLa corner of section It, tsn9 North, range 16 bit arm iii nee West .13(1 feet; thai Hi', i lei; thence Eat JNfajjfl South to the point of kAaifß taiuiiig five acres. 11 Now therefore, notkt • ■ en ii. that on saturdij tkH a. 11. rember, IM3, at ta*3 ill ,vi noon of said kf,IlU ; lie above J. scribed pnfSM ii.ui'h tln-refo a.- may kasaa -ali-ly .-aid judgment, tajagl attorney's fees, intewt, aBJ increased costs, in all ISSg| the sum of Ninety art MM Said sale will take plarf] II out door of the courl kH .1. nsLurg in said count) uiejj will be at public aueti*a«| liamJ to the highest isiktl Dated at EHtnsburg, fat,l I-tli day of November, But! B. H. GEKMAN, 9ns] By Howard Guian,! Lust Publication Dec. 18, atk\ H M.MO.NS Mi PI'BUCBIg J in the superior court a" WtM i c,nmy, state ol Wiiaat**. M Kll.nsburg Creamer/ t C'.aipaiiy, a corporahaa, aval ■ Joe Stroiber, defendant ■ riie state of Washing* »!»•)■ Jo.- Stroiber, defcndsat: M imi aie hereby sumtMwkW •-ar within sixty dan dterjnM o! Hi" first Bublicatioa a ■afJ .urns to-ivit: within aurty th- 27t1) day of N°vemb«,M*iJj deiend the above entitle) saw ii,. above entitled eon,plaint of the fW*M ive a copy of your siwvaj™ undersigned attorneysklM (heir postoffice below ease of your failure so t»*?g| will lie rendered «i«*t; joswa m: to the demand •« has been Wei «<• "»f*J „: said court. ..JH ihe object ot this lethtMSJ tain judgment a««'»'> R JI balance on account inW JgSg In.ndred thirty-four si a;.1(1) for goods,Xlrfal chaudisc sold and by I'lan.tiff, iv held under .i, rll ff of Kittitas MMtt ssgs ,„„. and held under^'» jj ishmeiit by « ,„.,,. Washington,jsM» J 4 ci ids thereof applied »P" - - - due Wa^ TtHA jy IV.-t Office addwali '|| Klleiisturg., KittihW) m ™<f% iugioii. .«a ';• Published Nov ft >■» l. : ,st .lan.