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From Our Correspondents
Interesting Items From Other Towns
Cashmere, Nov. I.—Miss Eva Jones
gave a Kttle party to her vonug friends
County commissioner and the road
capervisois are having some trouble
to work the right of way through to
the Tom Henry ranoh above town.
John Fitchneal isdown with the grip
A. C. Long aud D. Treadwell took a
business trip to Wenatchee.
The A.O .U .W. lodge gave a big
dance last night which was well at
tended Mosio was Tarnished by Me'-
Daniels family and sapper served by
Degree of Honor.
T. Spiller returned to Seattle for a
Most all tne apples are now picked
and the ranchers will have a breath
Dr. Harry Martin returned from
The council met last night. Nothing
of importance was transact »d except
the bids for crossings on streets were
Miss E.lua Hartley gave a party to
tie young folks last tight. Erery one
had a good time -
The Wenatchee Produce Co's ware
house here is simply packed with
apples, hay and potatoes.
The outspoken romance of the Ger
man is sometimes trying to those of a
different habit. The author of the trav
eling notes called "From a Holiday
Journal" descriltes a yonug girl whom
■be met at a German bath, a pretty,
doll-like creature. named Marie, who
knew how to sit still aud do nothing
all day long.
Presently it was discovered that Ma
rie had a lover. She disclosed the fact
"My bruutigam Is young, handsome,
rich." she said proudly, looking up to
a tail English girl of seventeen. "And
have you not a bridegroom too? Or
did yon never have one?"
The English girl tad never before
felt the humiliation canned by the lack
of a bridegroom. So she shamefacedly
confewed that some one liked her. only
this spring, but—
"But you do not love him,** Interrupt
ed the German girl In loud but very
bad English. "Oh, 1 love my treasure
so! I love him so!'*
The English girl shuddered and
blushed to the roots of her hair. The
words had been distinctly spoken aud
h;;d evidently proved very amusing to
a party of English in the vicinity.
"Oh." she implored, '"would you mind
saying 'like* instead of 'love' next
time? We never say 'love' iv Lngiish.
We have no such lliing"'
n«>« sa« rotoau
A minor poet who talked of bis lady's
person being "curiously mix'd" woui 1
Lot be enthusiastically reviewed now
adays. Bat so startlingly beautifui
was the lady In question, one Susanna
rcrwich, who died of rheumatic fever
at Hackney on July .'., M6l. "in the
flower of her age." that these lines iv
praise of her have not only been pre
served, but they have even escaped
classification with nonsense verse.
This explanation is, perhaps, neces
sary before quoting the inspired ac
count of her death:
Behold, damp sheet*
Clint? close about her In the bed.
At which she. wakinx. said. "I'm dead!"'
Shall I the careless maid |fo blame
And tell her what a horrid shame
It is that by her tu>t?lig;ence
60 choice a. one is lost fro.ll hence?
It Is quite usual after a l.ail to find
that the action of the heart shows
traces of fatijrtie, particularly in deli
cate young women, who complain of a
vague sensation of uneasiness, sad
ness aud even of pain and arc. in a
word, in a peculiar condition that is
not yet disease, nor is It health—much
nearer the former than the latter. Dis
eases caused by dancing are com
moner iv women than In men. The
most frequent are laryngitis, particu
larly in women who talk a great deal
while dancing: colds, bronchitis and
sometimes pneumonia aud pleurisy.
Dancing should be absolutely forbid
den in all cases of consumption, which
may assume a very rapid form from
this cause. It is counter indicated as
well in all eases of heart trouble.
Bifferly—When you and your wife
tvere first married you used to call each
other "birdie," didn't you? MeS-ivat-
Yes. Bifferiy—Do you still do it? Mc-
Rwat—Well, I call her a parrot and a
magpie, and she usually refers to vie
it* a iir -E::"!i;iuge.
SWEDEN'S OLD FLAG
THROWN TO BREEZE
STOCkHOLM, Nov. I.—The old
anion flag was struck through not
Sweden this morning and tl c new flag
hoisted to the accompaiment of salutes,
the lingrg of chutch It lis and the
parades of troops. Iv Stockholm the
whole garrison paraded and most of
the population thionged the s'icets.
.At 9 o'clock the flag flown by Sweden
before the nuiou with Norway, near
ly a centnry ago, was again broken
oat over the palace, from the church
steeples, public and private buildings
and steamers and sailing vessels.
Kirg Osoar the spectaole
from the roof of the palace, aud tens of
thousands of citizens gathered ia the
vicinity and demonstratively greeted
A Chilean school ship in the har
bor joined with the Swedish vessels in
saluting the new flag.
Similar ceremonies took place in
all the cities, and every school home
in the onntry had its demonstration,
tie children galherng outside aud sal
uting the Hag.
W. C. T. U. PRESIDENT REELECTED
LO-5 ANGELES. Nov. 2. —Mrs.
L. M. N. Stevens, of Portland, who
has been president of the \V. 0. T. TJ.
since the death of Frances E. Willard
seven years ago, was reelected tolay.
S<iulrrel» Arc "Handy.*"
The baudiuem of the squirrel Is
something extraordinary in the animal
world. He sits up on his hi ltd paws
and uses the fore paws in many ways
Just as a man does. He strikes with
it and wards off a blow from another,
and squirrel quarrels rarely go fur
ther than attempts to cuff each other
like children. A lady who lives in our
county and who is the protector of
squirrels In that region told me that
she had contrived a little rack to be
rilled with nuts, so that they came to
the opening singly, one dropping luto
the place as another was taken out,
and this was fixed by her window so
that she <t»uld watch the squirrels
con.c. One day a squirrel took the
last nut and was quietly eating it on
the window bench when another came
and. finding none in the rack, went up
to the eating squirrel aud gave him a
deliberate bos on the ear and went
away.—W. J. Stlllntan In century.
Kyt'tflanhex >•■>•! Uoiuuncr,
It is curious to observe that even the
g.-eatest realists do not venture to be
stow eyeglasses on their heroines. It
is rather odd. too. seeing how many
charming women do in real life wear
them and are not debarred by them
from the most dramatic careers and
the most poignant emotions, but while
the modern novelist has bestowed eye
glasses on everybody else he has n:>t
yet had the hardihood to put them on
the nose of his heroine. Why';— Mrs.
.lob? 1 Lane in London Outlook
RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS
. . . VIA . . .
. . . TO . . .
St. Paul, Duluth
AND POINTS EAST
*p TRAINS DAILY *p
- FAST TIME dIC
New Equipment througnout. Day Coach
es, Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Din
ing and Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
TRAINS LEAVE WENATCHEE
West--No. 1--The Flyer 1.10 p.m
\Vest--N0.3--Puget Sound Ex.1.28 a.m.
East--No. 2--The Flyer 3.20 a.m.
E ist- - Mo .'.--Eastern Express. 3.15 p.m.
For tickets, rates, folders and full in
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
S. G YEP.KES. A. G. P. A.
Manufacturer to wearer
—that's our way.
We manufacture and sail direct at I
wholesale prices. Com* to Seattle
to buy your FURS and save money.
PETKOVITS FUR CO.,
110 Marion St., Seattle, Wash.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. Land
offioe at Watevville, Wash.. oct.J 11,
Notice'is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his intention to ni"ke final proof
in support of his claim,and that said
proof wi'.l be made before U .S.
Land Office at Waterville, Wash,
on Not. 21, 1905, viz.
Melinda F. Show-alter, formerly
Melinda F. Rem, who made home
stead eiwry No. 1043 for the n ' 2 v c
> 4 . s c ne " 4 sec 28 township 23
north of range 21 c w m.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up
on and onltivatiou of said land, viz:
L. C. Coonan, Albert Fogg, XV.
Bromiley and 1. N. Simmons, all of
M. B. Malloy. Register.
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m. j
" Entiat daily 7:30 a.m. I
Chelan Falls daily .11 00 a.m. !
i " Paterons daily 4:00 p.m. j
Arrive Brewster daily 6:00 p.m.
Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:20 a.m.!
| " Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 10.00 a. m I
i Arrive Wenatohee daily .. 12.00 m. j
Steamer leaves Wenatohee for j
| BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
! mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
: port same night.
T. A. DAVIES. Gen. Mgr
TO BUY FOR CASH:
HARLIN ME AT CO.
P» »'E KMT MARKET
Wenatchee Produce Go.
Fruit, Flour, Salt, Seeds
and Farm Produce
Phonos: Pacific States 2n; Farmers 72
Warehouses at Wenatchee, Cashmere
and Malaga. Wuwh.
At the St. Louis World's Fair
was awarded to our
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with the world's
best flour we win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
KILL the COUCH
urn CURE thi LUNGS
~~™> Dr. King's
_ /CONSUMPTION Price
FOR I OUGHSand 50c & $1.00
ISOLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for ail
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
DAILY WORLD PRESS
THE LAND OF THE FIRST RIPE FRUIT
Lies north Of the Wenatchee river. Spring is
earlier and Fall later there than in any part of
the Valley. We offer the finest tan-acre tract
in that region, with FOUR ACRES of 2-year
old trees, FOUR ACRES of alfalfa and TWO
ACRES of garden truck that alone produced
a pood income this year, For $3000. Oont
'TZSfSJSS* L. V. WELLS & CO.
Farmers and Merchants Bank
OF WENATCHEE, WASH.
Capital - - $25,000
Surplus - - $2,500
General banking business. Correspondent*: Bank of California, Seattle
Anglo-California bank, San Francisco*. Chase National bank. New York. First
National bank. Chicane.
J. M TOMPKINS, Pres. R. F.LEWIS. V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier
Did You Ever Stop to Think
That every time you spend a dollar not only that dollar but
also the interest on it is gone for all time. Open a savings ac
count with a dollar and not only have it for a rainy day but also
the interest. Full information as to our Savings Department
given on application in person or by letter.
Columbia Valley Bank
The Old Strong Bank
Established 1892 Wenatchee, Wash.
The Wenachee Development Company,
beg to announce that they have taken off
sale all lots in Replat of First Addition
to Wenatchee, also all lots in Great
Northern Plat of WenatcheeJ south of
Orondo Avenue, also all of Grand View
Addition. Due notice will be given when
these properties are again placed on sale.
ARTHUR GUNN, Resident Manager.
i Comfort Shoe
The whole world helps to make the
South America sends the Nutria skins; Alaska and the
Northwest the beaver; Scotland the rabbit ; Germany the hare;
China the. raw silk and India the shellac
The world's highest skilled workmen do the rest
Then the world wears them.
Buttons or Laces.
A real shoe—Not a slipper
Made in lew, medium and high
styles. Most comfortable shoe ever
worn. Fits like a glove; does not
pinch or squeeze.
Elastic at sides permits shoe to ex
pand and contract with the natural
motion of the foot. Easily put on,
easily taken off; requires no breaking
Made of extra high grade, special
ly tanned and finished Vici Kid, with
patent leather trimmings and tough,
Your dealer hit or caa let Mayer
"Martha Wuhington" ehoee for too.
Send ua kia name and receive deecrip
tive Booklet Ko. 10.
We tlao make "Weatern Lady" ahoea.
Our trade-mark ia itamped o» every
t. MAYER NOT k SHOE CO.