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The Wenatchee World
Published Daily Except Sunday by the
WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP.
Entered as second-class matter at the
Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington.
Main office--Business and Editorial.
COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
Farmers Phone 234
Society Editor Phone-- Farmers 592
One Year, by Mail, In Advance, - $5.00
Six Months, by Mail, in Advanoe, 2.60
Delivered by Carrier, per woe*. - .10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 27. 1905
LIFE IS WORTH WHILE.
Mrs. Hetty Green by tier own con
fession is i 0 years of age. She is a
living, aggressive piotest against Cs
lirism. Russell Sage, now 89 years
of age, is another. Roth are sinning ;
examples of obeerfnl old age. B >th
are striking illustrations of Iha troth
of tiia old saying that life is worth liv- |
inu'. Both testily to the fact that
titosa who have rounded out success- j
ful careers tiud enjoyment in achi've
ment even when their eye are tinned .
towaid the setting sun.
Senator Thomas ~. Flntr, one of the]
matt suceesslui political leajets of the
last decade, takes a different view.
He has admitted to himself a doubt as
tc whether all that he has done in his
sixty eight years of life was worth
John I). Rockefeller, who is younger
by two years than Mr. Flatt and who
lias had some trouble of his own, takes
m more cheerful view. Looking back
on hi* life, he is free to say that it
has been worth livirigh. What lu< has
done seems to him worth while. He
i< our richest nun, as Mrs. i it-try
• jreeii is our lichrst woman."and both
reena i<< be having a great deal of tun
in hei declining years.
Speaker Gannon is three re*rs oi lor
than Mr. Rockefeller and is leading as
active a career in politirs and con- .
Btrtfction legislation ns any congress
man twenty years younger. With bis
Oesiau Gnthrie—Bo, Dr. Samoei *VR-
liard—B4, fair representatives of wes
tern men who take honest pride in tiie
fnet that they have lived to good pur
pose and who overturn all the t. ners
of < isWisno.
In the case of Judge Tuley, h's asso
entes go even farther than himself in
riie belief Mint all that be has done has
been worth while. Dr. Willard and
Judge Hurd began rhtir careers when
the nndegrround railroad was an insti
tution in Illinois aud their eyes bright
en over the recollections of the stren
uous old times as contrasted with their
serene enjoyment of tiie strenuous
Ossian Guthrie, who made the that
borings for the drainage canal, is still
on the firing li c, not very lar behind
Congressman Lnrimer in enthusiasm
for deep water way to the gulf. He
helifVis that every minute of his life
was worth living, and In- keeps as
watchful an he on the whimsies and
freakish undercurrenats and upheavals
of Lake Michigan as he did thirty
In fact. Mrs. Hetty Gren, Russell
Sage. Judge Tuley and Dr. Wiilard,
to say nothing of huudreds like them,
show that life isl worth while, every
hoar and every minute.—Chicago In
In addition to writng romantic stor
ies Jack Loudon occnsionally lives a
few melodramatic chapters himself.
.limmie Hyde hopes the country
no r ices the kind of men he has been
obliged to associate wi»h since early
A report from Seoul says the Korean j
emperor has to .Tapan's teims. i
Evidently there are some "humorists
Having conqnored the cigarette and
Sunday drinking habits. Indiana may
yet lie able to curb its passion for nov
el \vi irin?.
The Fllis-Forde C°
1 The Big 1 Store .
The Event you have been
suit purchased at
You get all these good things
without cost to you!—
1 Suit of Underwear
1 Pair Shoes
1 White Shirt
1 Pair Suscendc.s
-1 Pair Socks
1 Collar Button
John Jacob Astor
bought land and then
bought more land and
the result today is
Make up one of the
greatest fortunes in
the world. Make a
lot in the
Morning Side Addition
the foundation of your
fortune. It's the best
buy in the city, with
price so cheap and
terms so easy that
you can buy. "Ask
Olive about it."
Walter M. Olive, Agt.
Job Printing at The Wenatchee Daily World
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
Entiat daily 7:80 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily . 11:0() a.m.
Paterous daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.m.
Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a.m.
Paterous daily 4:20 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
" Entiat daily 0:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 10.00 a. m
Arrive Wenatchee daily . . 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same oight.
T. A. DAVIES. Gen. Mgr
REEVr.:, & REEVES
OJBoes. s>-coi;rl floor VTi nu tehee Drag
Phone*: P. 3. 581 ; Katmere 22v
DILL A. THOMAS
Suite l \\". T. Karcy & Co's Bailding
Z. F. SPF.AGUE
Professional Funeral Director and
: A graduate by years of practical cx
Farmers Phone 223 and 'J-Jt
P. S. Phone 21 and s.i
B Peach Blossom Flour.
is, ; v«i cr»atchso iviiliir.a Cc.
DON'T ELY FURS
Until you have looked over our
ntcck. !ts the largest and be?;*
on the Pacific coast, and our
prices are tha lowest.
PETKOVITS FUR CO.,
110 Marion St., - - Seattle, Wash.
Classified ads 5 cents a Una aaeh In*
ssrtion, minimum charge 10 cants.
aud State Courts. Phone Farmers 245
C. L. Holcomb practices in all courts
Farm loans made at lowest rates.
Crass & Corbin. Special attention
to probate law. Office over F & M Ban*
Good house, six rooms, plastered,
city water, rent $12 50 per month.
Walter M. Olive.
For Sale—Restaurant, all complete,
good location, paying brsiness. R.
T. Duncan. Wenatchee. Wash.
t■. G. Hall, Unrlertaker and Funer
al Director. Mrs.O.G. Hull, Lady Asst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Frank Cnip,9f. D. A. T. Knupp.
M. D.. Griggs [Block.
Wal lender and McCoy, Physicians
ami Snr genus. Fosde olock.
D. P. Milliken, Vet. Sui\ Office O'Con
nor's barn. Night phone P. S. 571.
Lost: A smaii open faced gold
watch and fob somewhere f between
the Whitman school and my residence
on Orondo avenue. Finder please
return property and claim reward.
Nellie E. Parker.
GENERAL E LAC X SIM ITH ING.
Ross Brothers, Wagon Worn, Rubber
Tires a specialty Band Sawing.
FOR SALE- - FARMS
§151,500 —4,500 acreß tine timber lauds
and good pasture, sure to double in
value in a short time. Situated onl?
10 miles fromJWenatchee. 'inert- is
enough timber on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bonsqoet and Holm.
$5.000 —->0 acres near Cashmere, all
u:ri'-x water. 50 trees hearing and
800 yoong trees, '.) acres in alfalfa,
Small house, small barn. Terms.
soho i. abnut 20 sores under wnt-r
with gool iijht, Over SOfroii trees.
Bonsqnct and Holm.
The Blanchard Cafe is a new place
to eat. It is perfect in its appoint
ments, the neatest and hpst place in
tow n. Irs manager knows tie res-
tanrant business and the value ot
permanent custom. Special atten
tion giveu to three tilings: first,
selection of proper food; second, rh-i
best cooking; third, the best service.
The new restaurant has boxes for
ladies and makes as pecialty of serv
ing banqoets and theater parties.
TOR SA'IC-CASHMERE PROPE-.TV
Lots il and 12, block 1. WoodriiMts
I ptovFmepta '•.<■.)•>. Room for two more
For Sail— * lots on Slain streat
Cashmere, corner property, partly
imj roved,pays 10 per rent on si< .> lai
present. Oulv 10 feet of entire 165
Walter M Olive.
FCP SALE REAL ESTATE
$3500 — 14 acres, with plenty of water,
all undar cultivation. <", acres ia 2
year old trees. Situated :!'., miles
from Wenatchee and 3 , mile from
school. Terms cash.
Bousquet and Holm.
$2100 —10 acres, 3h. miles from town,
all good land aud under cultivation.
Water right paid in full.
$3200 —10 acres 1 h, miles from post
office, 400 trees, house of 4 rooms,
small stable. Terras, >._, cash.
FOR SALE. MISCELLANEOUS
For Sale —Good second hand sewing
machine. Mrs. W. R. Proweli.
Get up-to-date job printing at the
Daily VVoild office. New press, n«w
type, high grade work.
For sale: About 8,000 pounds of
good cabbage, one cent per pound Or
der by mail. K. F. Stanfield, Wenat
chee, R. F. D. No. 1.
FOR SALE — SUBURBAN PROPERTY
terms, water right, close in. For full
particulars see Walter M. Olive.
Five acres, unimproved, close in,
good location, first class soil, water
right, a snap at $950
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
For sale -Five room house, lot 50
by 120 on Wenatchee avenue, :s iloors
south of court house, easy terms. Ap
ply to owner on property.
A modern two story noose, seven
rooms, bath, cellar, all necessary out
buildings, four lots, close to nnsiness
•enter on one of the first streets in
sown, '-'-I bearing trees, $1 $00 down ami
mlanee i'> one and two years. Apply
■j letter Address box SfTJ Wenatchee
Bousquet aud Holm.
Bousquet & Holm.
Walter M Olive.