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Personal Indention and
City News in Brief
For LiooJeani varnish, go to Russell
.last in new sheet music. 10 cents,
np. Wenatchee Bazaar.
Money to loan on farm lanas or
ohd"e<B. John A. Oellarly.
For cheap wall paper and tnrlap,
gc to Russ-li.
For longtime fa»m loans opplt io J.
For e*le—Twc good milch cows.
C. A. Steiling, phone 322. c-8-7
Pituo, Violii. Mandolin, Guitar,
moeic, 10 ots. At Wenatchee Bazaat.
For sale—Cow and calf—apply,
Clyde Micty. Mouth No. 1 canyon.
Up-to-date automobile supplies, bi
cyoles repaired, all work guaranteed.
Catchall Store, Phone 424.
Leave orders at this office for the
Chant Music C'j'a piano tuner
Good slab wood, stove length. $5.00
por oord, delivered. Wenatoheee Fnel
Dr. E H. Wartin, tbe well-known
veterineiy of Tacoma is located at
the Airow Barn. 8 !j
We will give 5 cents per bottle for
each citrate of magnesia bottle re
turned to os. Wenatchee Drag Co.
First class cotton covered rubber
garden hcse. with sprayei and no/r.ie
tree only 10 Jand 12 cents per foot.
Mrs. Ida Johnson, and little daugh
ter, and Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs.
A. P. Clayton left this mourning foi
a pleasure tiip to Spokane.
' Irwin Rhodes who has been on the
Weister store delivery wagon for a
long time is spending his vacation at
Merritt and left for that place last
Mr. and Mrs. Winaus teturned yester
day from their outing at Lake Wenat
ohee They report that they had vury
nice OQtiug aud enjoyed themselves
Clifford Griggs left last night for
Lavenworth where he will join Mrs.
Griggs who is »isicinrg with her mo
tii.<r, Mrs. Rawlins. Mr. and Mrs.
Griggs will go to Madison for an oat
Mi. and Mrs. H. G. McWhirter
and little daughter left last night
for a tour of the Paeifio Coast cities.
They will go to Portland and visit
wtth their daughter Miss Eoi'h Mo-
Wbirter, and to Seattle, Taeoma and
Mrs Ole Sands and Mies Marie
Wood of Leavenworth oame down
from that place yesterday atternoon
or a visit with friends at this place.
They were enteitained at the home of
Mrs. M. O. Merrtl who returned to
Leavnwoitt: with the guests today
S. G. Merriam has resigned his
position as bookkeeper for tbe Leaven
worth Merohantue company and will
move to Wenatohee to make his borne.
Mr. Merriam owns a ranch here and
will devote his time to improving it.
Mr. G. H. Merriam who las bonght
the Fansler residence on Pennsylvania
avenue will also move here in a few
We have a full linejof these
delicious candies. None better
are made anywhere. Theyjare
of purest materials, daintily ar
ranged in neat, dainty, artistic
packages. Try some.
M. C. McC READY, Pro/,.
I. M. Derifield is m town today on
J. EL anvil drove down from his
ranch at Monitor today on business.
Mis. J.M. Cunningham has accepted
a position in tne Wenatchee depart
Z. E. Hayden, president of tbe Hay
den lnmbei company was in town yes
teiday from Spokane.
Engeue Eowser who has been down
irom Leavenworth on a short trip,
returned t? that place last night.
Mrs. F. J. O Conner is seriously ill
at hei home on Oiondo avenue with
au attack of the rbaumatio fever.
Mrs. Dora Jones and daughter Mrs.
K. D. Case left last night fcr a visit
with friends in Vancouver.
Miss Lorena D. Hull has r u 9nrned
nei duties at the post office aftu a two
weeks vacation spent at Lake Wenat
W. R, VViisan letuir.fd Sotcrday
afternoon from a pleasure trip to Seat
tle and different points aloug tint
I P. b'errin and wifb are leaving
today for Minneapolis to attend the
G. A. R. encampment ana visit rel
A 83veu pound baby girl was born to
Mr. aud Mrs. Sam Tillct of Snuthsi.le
this forenoon, Dr. W. M. McCoy wat.
F. A. Drebis, agent for the Cascade
Orchard traots at Leavenworth came
down from tha place yesterday on a
short business trip.
Miss Alice fc'gan, who has been vis
iting with My*. Panl. Matzke, and
Mrs. Matzke left on the noon train for
a visit at Cashmere.
Misses It is and Edoa Finoh left on
tte train Monaay to spend a few aaj»
at the camp at Merritt as the guests
of Miss Katnerine Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nelson and
little ssn George, left hut night for a
pleasure tiip to Seattle, Victoria and
several other points on the sound.
Work on the luncn couner at the
depot is progressing lapidly and is ex
pected that the building will re
ready for occopanoy in two weeks.
Rev. Mr. Stewart who is well
known to the older residents of this
place as the man who was instru
mental in the rounding of the First
Presbyterian Chmeh at this place
spent Ja few boors iv town on Sat
urday, and was entertaiued at
dinner on Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Stooa
Frank Shotwell aud Garden Wil
liams shot a bear at Mr. Shotwell's
homestead on the Chewawa river on
Monday The animal was one of t**e
three bears which havo visited the
place ever siuoe they wrre cubs but
which had never been shct at before.
The bear was, a large one weighing
abont four bandied pounds, and wns
killed about 100 yards from the house.
E. H. MoPhersoou,formerly asocii
tsd with L. V. Wells in tbe teal estate
business in this city, is a Wenatohee
visitor Mr. MoFherson is now con
nected with tha business department
of the 'Westerner" and is here in tne
intsiests of that magazine. Saturday
he made atrip to the beadwateis of the
Stemilt where a number of Wenatchoe
families including Mr, L. V. Weils
and wifs, W. G. Stevens and wife
nd A. C. McPberson and wife are
camping during the warm weather.
The farmers of Wheeler's Hill have
gotten together and agreed to
allow no bunting on their property
this year. This has been a favorite
Are jou going to build? If
you are, why not build out of
double air spaced cement blocks
and have a fire-proof, frost-proof,
vermin-proof house, cool in sum
mer, warm in winter; save one
half the fuel bills.
Fruit growers, do you want a
fruit cellar that is up-to-date? If
you do put it up out of cement
blocks. Call around and let us
figure with you.
Wenatchee Pressed Stone Co.
hunting ground for grous? hunters
in previous tears and bo many have
gone there that rhe farmers have been
nuable to seoure enDugh birds for
themselves. They have aoording'y
posted notice warning hunters off and
will do the shooting themselves
Farther back in the hills the Hunt
ing is said to be fine aud ritv hunters
may shoot there be unmolested by ;he
Contractor G. R. Wilson left on the
train last night for Cashmere, taking
a gang of men with him to do some
extensive remodeitig on'the Wenatchee
Produce company's warehouse at
that place. The roof will be repaired
ana the inside of the building will be
tnoioughly overhsaled. An arrage
ment for a cold storage will also be
made in the building. A. 31. Wilson
wili have charge of tbe work on the
new cold storage plant at that place,
and work will go on as fast as possible.
The Wenatchee postofllce received a
sack of foaith class mail whioh had
been taLen from the Great Northern
wreck at L iana on d lake where tbe
mail cur Plunged into the water. The
sack contained a lew papers and a
luge number of packages of merchan
dise. Ever) thing wai so completely
soaked as to be almcst worthless .
Postmaster Hnii is dryi ig the mail
and will attfmpt to decipher the ad
dresses aun s-=e thai as much as possi
ole is is properly Distributed. The
wreck occurred July 23, and the mail
had been in the water from that time
A number of the friends of the
Vaughn family held an informal re
ception io thn pailors of the Roosevelt
Monday night in honor of Miss Lillian
Vaughn and Miss Beatrix Abrams of
Spokane. Tie evening was pleasa t
ly spent in st.cial repartee nntill a late
honr after which delicious refresh
ments were nerved. Those present
were Misses Eleanor Vaughn, lone
Patterson, lone Bozart, Lilian Vaughn
and Beattix Abtams and Mrs. H. R
Vaugtiu and Mrs. H. M. Speare and
Messers. T. J. Walker, Ed. Jones,
Rooeit Kadaman, Alfred L. Morris,
Harry O Austin, W. Stewart Betts
and Eartol G. Weeks.
YAKIMA TO SHIP
1200 CARS OF FRUIT
North Yakima, Wash., Aug.. B.—
"After a thorough investigation of the
fruit conditions in all parts of the
Yakima valiev, I am oortain that
three will be at least 1200 carloads
shipped from this section this year."
said J.M . Brown, the hortioultural
inspeotor of Yakima conutv.
Steel From Black Sand
Portslnd Aug., B.—Oregon's fu
ture as a great steel producing statu
will be determined before the end of
next week by the experiments that
will be conducted with the electric
smelters that are beiug istalled at the
Lewis and Clark epoßition grounds
Dr. Davia T. Day, who is io charge
la confident that tbe result of nia ex
periments with the black sand of Or
egon will show much of the steel pro
ducing metal. Dr. Day bePeves mac
the sand oan be smelted and refined
for |I sto $18 a ton. Almost inex
haustible quantities of the black sand
oan be found along the Columbia river
according to a report made by Dr.
Day after careful research.
Brave Frenchmen Fight Duel.
Paris, Aug., B.—Generals Andre
ann Negrier fought a doel with pistols
today in the park surrounding tne re
sidence of Prince Marat.
General Andie fired without hitting
his opponent and General Negrier
deolined to fire. The principals left
cbe field unreconciled.
How many things have yoa failed
to sell after advertising them?
"In prosperity prepare for a ehaage
—in adversity hope for one." In either
case advertising will make it a change
for the better.
" The moose that always trusts to
one poor hole" is no wiser than the
merchant who relies npon the sign
above his door to sell his goods.
Bargain* are tbe children of aeoea
sity or pel icy—romethimes of both
The news about them is always found
in the ads.
the new sightly close in addition to We
natchee, are now on sale.
The prices ior lots will be as low as
$175. The terms will be easy,,on the
installment plan if you wish. Lots are
on sale in every real estate office in the
cit\- and by myself at the Cottage
House. The lots are in fruit trees and
small fruit. Perpetual water right.
Those desiring choice lots apply early.
Full particulars on application.
in Lincoln County; 2V£ miles east of
(iovan; 6 miles south of Wilbur;
$1,000 cash, balance in 3 equal install
ments within 3 years at 6 percent, interest.
G. A. VIRTUE
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