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From Our Correspondents
Interesting Items From Other Towns
Malaga, Dec 14 — 'J, B. Reed drove
to the county seat Tuesday on business.
The Wenacthee Produce Company's
new hay warehouse is ohuck a block
with hay a*>d no car* can be had to
move any of it.
Richard Perry and Mr. Button, of
Wenatciiee, are canming on Stemilt
Creek, hunting and trapping.
S A. Chisholm. of the Mud lake
rauch, has a crew of men clearing
more laud for the seeding of alfalfa
Sam Guiick lias been down trom
his ranch on the Clockum visiting
friends and relatives the past lew
(lays He retuniPd Thursday.
W. G. Perry and Harry Buchols
were busiuess visitors at the county
Henry Schmidley exp=>cts to leave
for his old home in Missouri Sunday.
Winchester, Dec. 13.—. T.M. Meddler
returned f:rnu a trip west on this even
F. E. Tidd retnrnei frrm a trip to
the sound onntry last evening.
E. J. Primmer was a Winchester
visitor yesterday. He has not yet
lo?ated but says that this of
the state is good enough and that he
is poing to stop right here.
Water serins to ba getting scarce.
Some have been obiiaed to go as fir as
(>uinoy for that necessity.
Wm. Schlange and wife, and F .A.
Lymburner, were Spokane passengers
on the evening train yesterday.
D. A. McKiuzy. salesman for Both
and McClinock, of Spokane. Ins pur
chased one of Wm. KTalliglier's B ig
lish coach dogs.' Reported considera
The basket social held at the school
honse hi district 99 on last Monday
night was a sacess. Tw-intr eislr
baskets were soldwhiih netted *53.
Money Saving Sale
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Christmas specials,good size, hem stitched jp-
Have always sold for 10c - wC
Fancy embroidered and hem stitched, 4
25c value special at - IOC
Ladies fancy turnovers, 15c values
Ladies' silk handkerchiefs, silk em
broidered initial; regular 50c values Oww
CI IDDTDC For Men
O 1-1 r I C rvO and Women
Men's fancy velvet embroidered
Men's Imitation Alligator
Men's Dongola leather
Men's felt, leather soled ...... $1.10
Men's turned sole Vici Kid . .... $1.35
Ladies' fanoy strap
Ladies' fancy felt fur top $1.25
Ladies' felt, turned sole fur top $1.25
High Grade Jewelery
Heavy, rolled, gold plate, beautiful designs and
finish; a large and complete stock; everything to
choose from, and all at best possible pricss.
Here Are a Few Samples
Men's scarf er stick pins, beautiful stone 75e
Ladies' Brooch, fancy design god bow 72c
Ladies' Hat pins, American flag design 75c
Set ef beauty pins
Oxidised silver bait buckles 75c
Fraternal order buttens $1.00
Ladies' Fleur Da Les brooch . .... $1.00
Cuff buttons, many styles for men and women $1 00
Notbe is hereby given tiiat sealed
i bids will be received by tne county
commissioners of Chelan county.
Wash., until 3 o'clock p. St., on the
3rd day of Jitaoarv, A. L). IDOfi, f or
the blasti-ig and| removal of about sr>o
; cubic feet of rock in and also
! moving some loose r.ick between the 7
iaud 8 mile post on tiie Columbia river
! road known as state road No. 10.
j Also to he included in said bid, is the
I cutting of n grade, placing iv a drain
and making a fill in "Bird's " Unlet.,
which is near the 2fi mil? post en said
Plans ami specifications are cv rile
in county surveyor's orTice and can tie
iiad upon application. Contract to he
completed by June 1, 19 Mi. Certilied
check for five'ner cut of bid, payable
to county commissioner.-, must accom
Dated at Wenato'iee, Wash , this
13th day of December, 1905.
John A. Gellatly,
Clerk of Board of County Commis
sioners of Clielan County, Wash.
Drank Wine From Slipper
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 15.—0n
the promise that his name be kept
secret, an iutiinttj friend of the Corey
family, who is a prominent clubman
of this city, gave the details of a biz
arre dinner where, it is alleged, the
steel magnate first displayed his in
fatuation for Mabelle Oilman, aud
where the breach bet*ee i himself and
bis wife first started.
Among those prominently nienti >n
ed as having been present at the func
tion, where there were such novel feat
ures as the drinking of champagne
from slippers aud the singing of
Parisian songs, are three young Phil
adelphia society women and one from
The dinner, it is sail, was given at
Asbnry Park four iv honor
jof the actress, who conducted herself,
>it is alleged, as if she and not the
steel magnatjs wife, win was also
preeseut, was the hostess of tiie even
What the Packers Face
CHICAGO. Dec. 16.—"What might
happen to the packers" is a topic of
general discussion at the federal build
ing. It has been figured that if the
jury finds the twenty-one packers an 1
the five corporations guilty of con
spiracy Judge J. Otis Humphrey
should he impos» the maximum sen
tence, could hold as follows:
Twenty-one defendeuants, fined
1,000 each on each of the five counts
in the indictment, $525,000. Total
punishment for twenty-onfl defendants
and five cor porn itous, 105 years im
prisrment and ?fi(iO,<iOo in fines.
Denies That Dowie is Failing
CHIC • GO, Dee. 15.—John Alex-j
ander Dnwie, who was absent for tbe |
second time from services at Shi 101 l
tabrernaole. yesterday, is reputed at
Zion City as recovering- This is con
tradictory ro a report that the "first
onostle" had made Irs last address at
the tabernacle and was slowly falling
into a last illness.
"Mr. Dowie is feeling much better,"
said O r erieei J. G. S]>eeicher today.
"is he doing bii accustomed work?'
His customary work is the work of j
ten ordinary men. We have at last
siceeeded in leduring tbe duties he j
will perform to the limit of atiout one
WHIPPING POST FIR THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 —\ whip
ping post for fie Di-trict of Columbia
will be es ablisbed if ennprp a should
c tact a measure which Representa
t ye Adams, of Pennsylvania, has in
Mr. Adams talked to the president
todiy about the bill and at the end of
the eonvereaton noted the nr fident
as bein ■ heartily in favor of the pass
ing of the mtasnre.
A dnlhr in the pocket ot a sun. a
man represents chose i|narters
H.L. Wl ESTER
NEW BOWER BLOCK
Just Across the Street - - Watch Us Grow
10 C COUIMTER
Salt and Pepper Shakers
Fancy Berry Dishes
Fancy Tooth Pick Stand
Napkin Rings, and dozens
of other articles. ,
Come and see.
of all kinds and sizes,
colors and complexion,
dressed and undressed,
china and wax heads, flex
ible jointed bodies, real
hair, dolls that go to sleep
dolls heads for home made
dolls. Price ranges
Mixed candy per lb - 9c
Candy marbles - 8 for 1c
Carmels - - - 4 for 1c
Butter Scotch - 3 for 1c
Indian make, very pretty
and useful. Price range
CHR I ST MAS
Wines and Liquors
Port, per half gallon - 75c to $1.00
Sherry, per half gallon - 75c to $1.00
Brandy, per half gallon - $2 to $2.50
Whiskey] per half gallon - $1.5p t053.00
With 1-2 gallon of Whiskey or Brandy, one
quart bottle Port or Sherry free
With 1 gallon of Whiskey or Brandy 2 1-2
quart bottles of Port or Sherry free
This Offer Good Until January Ist
At Merchant's Liquor Co
Near G. N. Depot - Free Delivery
If any young man In this locality
wishes to learn Telegraphy and Rail
way Business, write to the National
Telegraph institute, P.-L Bldg., Seattle.
They guarantee positions. Saiary of
operators $C oto $100 per month. The
highest rahway officials in this coun
try began as operators. Any young
man of ordinary education can learn
in very short time and soon be holding
'i eood position.
'P* mmt I™ PACKAGE OF C.IAN'!
r nLL mignonette
Sent Free to everyone writing
for our large Catalogue of
SEEDS, SHRUBS AND TREES
Pacific Seed & Floral to.
Seattle, - - Wash.
IF YOU HAVE A BUSINESS >~»
to sell or exchange, write us today.
We have Eastern buyers maßlng
Inquiries every day. With our
twenty different agents we have
unexcelled faculties for handling
lousiness propositions with dis
Northwestern Realty-Inv. Co.
Desk B. 407-8-9-10 Marion Blk. Seattle, Wash.
Money Saving Sale
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Royal Delft Separate Pieces
Syrup Ditcher and tray $100
Creamer and sugar _ $1.35
Fancy nut bowl
Fancy Gift China
Shell design cup and saucer
Floral decorated cup and saucer
Egg shell decorated cup and saucer
Hand Painted China
Cup and saucer
Sugar and creamer
Berry dishes ....
Salt and peppers, per pair
Vinegar and oil jugs, each
Water sets, pitcher and six glasses
Sherbet glasses, set of six
Berry dishes, dozen
Gift China and Glass
Fancy coffee cups 35e
Fancy cake plates $1.00
Austrian glass vase, decorate* 25e
Old Blue Ware
50 piece set complete $10 OO
Johnson's Celebrated Decorated Porcelain
50 piece set complete
St. Paul, Duluth
AND POINTS EAST
2 TRAINS DAILY
FAST TIME mW
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
West-- No 3- - Puget Sound Ex. 1.28 a.m.
East--No 2--The Flyer 3.20 a.m.
East--No4- - Eastern Express. 3.15 p. m.
For tickets, rates, foldeis and full in
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
S G YERKES. A. G. P. A.