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LOCAL AND PEISONXL
M. A. Krause is a new arrival In
the <ity. Mr. Krause cams from
Chicago and 1s here for the purpose
of locating permanently. He is a i
young man and the kind of citizen
that Is welcome in Wenatchee.
The Red Apple Real Estate com
pany sold 30 acres of land to W. S.
Richardson this week. The price
paid was $3,000. This land is part
of the tract owned by the Mose*
Lake Development company and is
located on the lake from the which
the company takes its name. The
land is excellent orchard soil, and
Mr. Richardson is thoroughly ac
quainted with it and bought it with
a full knowledge of its possibilities.
City Engineer Roy Zahren is pre
paring specifications for bids for the
construction of sidewalks on the
east side of Mission street between
Second and Fifth streets north, and
to finish the uncompleted walks on
the west side of Mission street.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. Bullock Friday evening, April
sth, at her home on Wenatchee ave
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carpenter pass
ed through here yesterday on their
way to Waterville. Mr. Carpenter
was engaged in the hardware busi
ness in Watervile for many years,
but is now located in San Francisco.
A. W. Barlow sold through Walker
& Widney the first of the week five
acres of fruit land to Dan Payton
for $2,500. The place is located on
Sunnyslope and is adjoining a piece
Mr. Payton bought last week.
Walker & Widney sold a house and
two lots the first of this week to Mr.
Tyrrell for $1575. The place is sit
uated in Belmont addition.
Prank Knapp of Entiat, who has
been in town for several days, yes
terday disposed of a fine team of
Allen Wetsel left for Okanogan'
this morning after beef cattle.
Letters remaining in postoffice un
claimed for week ending April 2,
Columbia Valley B^nk
shall Ido my hanking business? the Columbia Valley Bank.
No other bank in North Central Washington has so
large a capital.
It is the oldest bank.
It's large capital enables it to extend as large credits
to its customers as is consistent with sound
It has a savings bank department.
It is the largest bank.
It is conservatively managed.
The Old Strong Bank
ATTsnMh A4*s¥ •
Big Bend Land Be.
Dickinson, Mrs. Li
Elliott. Prof. E. F. ,
GaTtoway, Florence A.
Gripp, F. G.
Halt, Mrs. E. M.
Jacobson, Mrs. J. E.
Jones, Mrs. J. L.
Kay, J. M.
Keller, L. R.
Kinney, J. L.
Matzger, Dr. G. M.
Nelson, F. M.
Olinger, Miss Pattie
Teeter, Mrs. Ina
Parties calling for above will
please say "advertised."
L. M. HULL, P. M.
M. J. Wessels WiU Locate Here.
M. J. Wessels, of Cameron, Ida.,
has decided to cast his lot with the
citizens of the Wenatchee valley. Mr.
Wessels has been a resident of Idaho
for the past 24 years, and has been
engaged in the fruit and nursery
business the greater part 'of that
time. He was commisioner of exhib
its from Idaho at the St. Louis expo
sition and at the Lewis and Clark
fair, and the work he did in that
capacity attracted a great deal of at
tention to the state he represented.
He is an expert in putting up fruits,
flowers and vegetables in jars for
exhibition purposes, and his know
ledge of horticulture is thorough and
profound. A large part of this
knowledge was acquired from close
association with Luther Burbank, the
wizard of California, with whom he
worked for several years. While he
has had little time in which to form
an opinion of the Wenatchee valley,
he was satisfied from what he saw in
the few days he was here that this
section has a wonderful future, and
it is his purpose to locate here and
4 per cent. Interest on Saving Accounts
gmSa !g^tM^«aMM l JsWttat)faraM3(*t
this territory. Ha returned today ta
hit Idaho home to arrmnga tor thn
contemplated change, and will arobt
ably be bsck hereof« a onupt* of
Selecting Jury In Ruef Case.
SAN FRANCISCO, April »,— Th«
work of obtaining a jury for the trial
of Abraham Ruef on one of the five
charges of extorting money from the*
French restaurant for which he was
indicted by the grand jury was be
gun today in Judge Dunne's depart
ment of the superior court. The
case chosen for trial is that in which
Jury Ignorant—Man Discharged.
NEW ORLEANES, April 2.—ln
ability on the part of the jury to
read and write the English language
has resulted in quashing the indict
ment against Congressman-elect
George K. Favrot, charged with the
murder of Dr. Aldrich in Baton
Rouge last autumn.
In the district court a demurrer to
the indictment was sustained on the
ground that one member of the jury,
an Italian, could neither read nor
write the English. The state ap
pealed to the supreme court which
affirmed the decision of the lower
A Great Bargain
6 acres of choice land on the
bank of the Entiat river, 3 miles
from Entiat postoffice, plenty of
water to irrigate, no maintenance
fees to pay on ditch, 1 box house
of 6 rooms, small barn, 700 choice
market varieties fruit trees ready
to set out, 1 good work team of
horses, 1 good set of double har
ness, 1 good wagon, 1 cook stove,
2 heating stoves, 3 iron bedsteads.
All for $2,600.00. Cash 91000, on
4 years' time.
Entiat - Washington
It owns its own building and banking room and is
always among the first in anything that tends to
build up Wenatchee or the surrounding country.
Has a private room for customers use.
It's vaults and safe are burglar proof.
Is installing safety deposit boxes.
It is empowered to do any trust business that may be
entrusted to it by any person, firm or Court.
It is the safest bank. i
And will give prompt and courteous attention to your
tarmox vrm «ona,ikutir and
• iyafng. Farmers Plan* till.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY — For
: ealeeheap, a small restaurant do
ing good business. Inquire at of
fice of Daily World.
WANTED —Position by good Japan
ese boy as cook in camp. Address
or inquire at this office. 4-4
FOR RENT—2 rooms furnished for
light housekeeping. Address Box
WANTED —Girl for general house
work. Apply Farmers phone 335.
JUST RECEIVED—CarIoad of first
class steers for home consumption
at Little & Wetsel's.
FOR SALE—The prettiest 5 acres In
• Millerdale, facing Miller street.
New plastered house, % mile from
postoffice. S 1,000.00. 1-3 cash, bal
ance on long time. Fuller & Rus
RELINQUISHMENTS—See Bower &
Nowlan about that East Wenat
REMOVAL NOTICE—Dr. McCoy
wishes to announce the removal of
his office and place of residence to
the Columbia Valley Bang build
WHY NOT BUY your candy at the
H. W\ RUSSELL for paper hanging.
No. 22 Wenatchee avenue N.
WE PAY 11 cts lb for good fat hens
and spring chickens delivered at
market. Little & Wetsel.
FOR A LOAN on wheat land or fruit
land ranch regardless of size or
age—see J. S. ilooney & Co.
FARM FOR RENT by Red Apple
Real Estate Company.
FOR RENT—Three rooms suitable
for either office or light house
keeping. Farme»s Phone .1665, tf
WHS iiart avwes oad garden
i seeds it Walla and Morris.
TAHttt*B and Rating of all kinds
«•** fry H. W. Russell.
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WANTED—A competent mill-hand;
a Sour packer preferred. Inquire nt
the Wenatchee Milling company, tf
FOR SALS—Two good milch sown
or will trade tor horse. ISO O st
aorta. Phone Pars. 481.
EASTERN PEOPLE coming. List
your property with D. Gensinger.
East Wenatchee Land Man, Co
lumbia Valley Bank Building
SEEDS—See Wells and Morris for
fresh garden seeds.
On large farm, must be good cook,
strong and willing to work, do
washing and ironing, hard work
but big wages.
and board per week. Apply by let
ter to Mrs. X., Douglas, Wash.
Monday Night Regular Skating
Tuesday Night Polo Game
Wednesday Night Club Night
Thursday Night Regular Skating
Friday Night Polo Game
Saturday Night Regular Sksting
Lilly* s Garden Seeds
of all kinds, also seed potatoes,
the hest in town. For sale hy The
Central Produce Co., at the Lillis