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FRIDAY DECEMBER 15. 1905
After all, why should politicians get
free railway rides any moiethan free
groceries and free clothes.
Japans government is not as big and
secure as it thought it was if it can ioc
s taud freedom of the universities.
Maybe Mr. MjOall is withholding
that resiguatiin as a Christmas present
with whioh to delight the policyhold
We may loot; for almost any kind of
outbreak from Castro now. His name
was not even mentioned in the pres
District Attorney Jerome nan" think
of several impressive arguments with
which to persuade Mr.'Ryan that he
ought t3 answer the ipiestions.
Presumably the theory on which
some of the senators voted to with
hold honors from Mitchell is that lie
of being found out.
It does not seem to occur to aonw in- j
sarauce magnates that "mutihzaiion" |
might give tiie policyholders a rieht!
to say something about the government j
The land fraud opaiators have ceas
ed to nssail Secretary Hitchcock bj
sneaking schemes aud hunted *covei.
They found the ability as well as the
eiiaiacter of the secretary too much
Sir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY,
Author of "The Southerners," "For Love
of Country," "The Grip of Honor," Etc.
COPYRIGHT. 1905. BY G. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
Synopsis of Preceding Chapter
Sir Henry Morgan, former pirate, hawing
purchased immunity and knighthooca
from the king of England, has reformed
and has become vice governor of Jama
ica. He is deposed and, killing the offi
cers s a nt to arrest him, determines to
become again a freebooter. Benjamin
Holingold, ex-pirate, who hasbeen bit
terly wronged by Morgon, joins the for
tunes of the latter in order to seek an op
portunity to wreak vengeanoe on him.
Having recuited a crew of ex-pirates and
other desperadoes, Morgan seizes an
English frigate and murders her crew
Off for the Spanish coast in search of
treasure. In a desperate action,wherein
are shown the daring and resourseful
ness of Morgan and the courage of his
men, he defeats two Spanisn frigates
and captures their convoy, a treasure
galleon carrying an abbess and priests
as passei g srf,
"What think ye, geutlemeu?" asked
Morgan, at last pointing to the point
looming fearfully close ahead of them.
"Can we weather it V"
"Never!" answered De Lussau, shak
ing his head. "Well, it has beeu a
short cruise aud a merry one. Pity
to lose our freightage aud lives."
"And you, VelsersY"
"No," said the Uerman, "it can't be
done. Why did we ever come to this
"Avast there!" cried Morgau. think
ing quickly. "Gentlemen, we'll club
haul the ship."
"The water's too deep, my captain,
to give hokling ground to the anchor,"
urged Raveneau, shrugging bis shoul
"It shoals yonder, I think," answered
Morgan. "We'll bold on until the last
minute and then try."
" 'Tls wasted labor," growled Vel
"And certain death to hold on," add
ed the rriKtlllHll
"The Fllis-forde C°
■ The "™ Big 1 Store .
At the Big Store Saturday, December 16, at 2
p. m. His mail box is now at the Big Store, and
he expects to receive a letter from every little
boy and girl for miles around, telling him what
they want for Xmas, and he will try to answer
each and every letter. Santa Claus will be at
the Big Store every afternoon, after his arrival,
from 3 till 5130 p. m. t to entertain his little
friends and answer the hundreds of letters that
he will receive. Every little boy or girl visiting
him at the Big Store will be given a bag of
candy, free. We want all to come, boys and
Make Santa Claus Welcome
Remember the date of his arrival! Saturday,
December 16th, at 2p. m. Write him a letter
and tell him all the things you want for Xmas.
Drop your letter in his mail box at the store or
address it care of The Eilis-Forde Co., Wenat
In fancy plush box.a sift milady
will appieciate. Price range
For handkerchiefs and gloves.
Imitation ivory, horn and rose
wood, sitin lined. Upward from
In a variety of styles, genuine
leather and novelty binding.
Ranging iv price upward from
'uavo you anything else to propose,
sirs';" asked Morgan sharply. "We
can't tuck ship against this wind aud
sea. There's no room to wear. What's
The men made no answer.
"Forward there!" cried the old buc
caneer. And it was astonishing the force
and power with wbirh he made himself
heard in spite of the roar of the wind
and the smash of the sea. "Get the lee
anchor off the hows there! L'OllonoisY"
"Run v hawser from the anchor in
aft here on the quarter. We'll elub
baul the ship. See the cable clear for
"Very good, sir!" cried the French
man, summoning the hardiest hands
and the most skillful to carry out his
"Ready it is. sir," answered Horul
g > : d. tightening his grasp ou the spokes
and nodding his head to his superior.
"To the braces), lads! Obey orders
sharply! It's our last chance."
'Hie water was roaring anil smash
ing against the shore not a cable's
length away. Usually in those lati
tudes It deepened tremendously a short
distance from the low water mark, aud
there was a grave question whether or
•ot the anchor, with the scope thej
could give it, would reach bottom. A 1
any rate, it must be tried, aud tried
now. Morgan had held oil as loug'aa
he dared. Another minute and thej
"iKiwn helm!" he shouted. "Flow
the head sheets! Round iv ou the fore
braces there! Show that rum aft!"
The lateen sail on the CTO—JaO yard
had lieen furled, and Morgan, to forct
her head around, direct*! the aftei
Comb, brush and mirro". Elk
horn anrt sterling silver mount
ings. Prices rarge upward from
Genuine leather and imitation
ivory, satin lined collav and cuff
boxes. Prices range or ward from
In a variety of styles, tbe very
newest creations, iv tan, black .
and blue, at §5.00 to
guard to spring into the urizzen rig
glng with a bit of tarpaulin and by ex
p wing it and their bodies to tbe wind
to act as a sail in assisting her to
bead away from the shore.
"Helm a lee! Hard a lee!" cried
HornigokL who. with his men, was
grasping the spokes like a giant.
Slowly the old galleon swung op into
tbe wind, the waves heating upon her
bows with a noise like crashes of thun
der. A moment she bong. She could
p:> no farther.
"She's in irons: Swing that yard!"
roared Morgan: "Cut and veer away
There was a splash us the anchor
"Hands eu that hawser!" he shouted.
"Everybody walk away with it!"
'lb'- whole crew apparently piled on
to the anchor hawser in the hope of
The men came rushing aft,
baring their weapons
pulling the ship's stern around so that
the triad would tuke her on the othet
bow. She was still hanging in the wind
and driving straight on shore.
"Haul away:" cried Morgan, but tbe
hawser came in board through theii
hands with a readiness and ease that
showed the anchor had not taken the
ground. The drag of the cable to the
anchor, however, aud the still unspent
Impetus of the first swing turned the
galleon's steru slightly to windward
Her head I*»gau slowly to fall off.
"She stays: She makes It!" cried the
captain. "Meet her with the helm! Let
go and haul: Got away the hawser!"
It had been a tremendous feat of sea
manship and hade fair to he successful.
It was yet touch and go. however, and
tbe breakers were perilously near.
They were writhing around her fore
foot now. yet tbe wind was-at laatYora
ingjn over the other l»w.
To Be Continoeri
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
" Entiat daily 7:30 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily .11 00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p in
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
Arrive Wenatchee daily . . 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same night.
T. A. DAVIES, Gen. Mgr
At the St. Louis World'sgFair
was awarded to our
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with the world's
best flour we win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
1 Bigger Interest
! Than it will
| Invested in
i Any other
Jus* arrived. All weights
Broken and Unbroken
On sale at our stable.
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R. W. Outts—Practice in Federal
and State Courts. Phone Farmers 245
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Farm loan* made at lowest rates.
Crass & Corbin. Special attention
to probate law. Othce over F & SI BanK
FOR RENT-- HOUSES
Good house, six rooms, plastered,
city water, rent $12 50 per mouth.
Walter M. Olive.
G. Hall, Undertaker and Funer
al Director. Mrs.O.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Frank Culp, all. P. A. T. Kaupp
M. D., Griggs Block.
Wallender and McCoy, Physicians
and Surgeons. Fnrde hlock.
GENERAL E LAC KSM ITH I NG.
Ross Brothers, Wagon Wora. Rubber
Tires a specialf. Band Sawing.
$13,500 —4,500 acres tine timber lands
and good pasture, sure to double in
value in a short time. Situated only
10 miles from Wenatchee. There is
enough timber on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bousquet and Holm.
$5,000 —20 acres near Cashmere, all
under water. 50 trees bearing and
KOO young trees, 3 acres in alfplfa,
small house, small barn. Terms.
Bousquet and Holm.
$3000 —r.9 acres »„miie from high
school, about 20 acres under water
with good right. Over 50 fruit trees.
Bousquet and Holm.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$8500 —14 acres with plenty of water,
all under cultivation. 6 acres in 2
year old trees. Situated miles
from Wenatchee and *4 mile from
school. Terms X, cash.
Bousquet and Holm.
f2lO0 —10 acres, 1% miles from town,
all good land aud under cultivation.
Water right paid in full.
Bousquet aud Holm.
13200 —10 acres 1 miles from post
office, 400 trees, house of 4 rooms,
small stable. Terms, '~ cash.
Bousquet & Holm.
FOR SALE-SUBURBAN PROPERTY
Morning Side tracts, low price, easy
terms, waler right, close in. For full
particulars see Walter M. Olive.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
For sale -Five room house, lot M
by 120 on Wenatchee avenue, 9 doors
south of court house, ensv terms. Ap
ply to owner on property.
A modern two story house, seven
rooms, bath, cellar, all ueoessary out
buildings, four lots, close to ousiness
center on one of the first streets in
town, 23 bearing trees, #1300 down and
balance in one and two years. Apply
by letter. Address box 3fi 1 Wenatchee
FOR SALE — ACRE TRACTS
For Sale—s to 40 acre tracts im
proved or unimproved. A. J. Lin
ville, Farmers phone, 563.
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