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DECK HANDS FREED
The circumstantial evidence was
such that the jury was unwilling to
fasten guilt upon the steamboat
hands who were tried before Justice
Sam Sumner yesterday. O. P. Bar
rows defended Frank Morley. Chas.
; Martin had no attorney but was
given his freedom as a result of the
verdict in Morley's case.
The were accused of opening
a case of whisky consigned from
, Spokane to an Okanogan firm. They
•were not seen taking the liquor, but
i they had on their clothes and boots
while lying in their berths a few
' moments after the theft, whereas
| they had taken off their clothes when
they retired, so suspicion pointed
I strongly in their direction.
A Simple Safeguard for Mothers.
Mrs. D. Gilkeson, 326 Ingles Aye..
jYoungstown, Ohio, gained wisdom by
S experience. "My little girl had a se
-1 vere cold and coughed almost con
| tinuously. My sister recommended
[Foley's Honey and Tar. The first
jdose I gave her relieved the inflam
mation in her throat and after using
! only one bottle her throat and lungs
; were entirely free from inflamma
| tion. Since then I always keep a bot
! tie of Foley's Honey and Tar in the
j house. Accept no substitutes. We
j natchee Drug Co.
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I X t" X' X HOME OFFICE
X * jf WHITE BUILDING, SEATTLE
X A>£?o X We hatVe sold
T * jf $100,000 worth of
Insurance the last
30 da.ys in
/ M. L. Baker
I Headquarters Hotel
I ,i j Elman
The principal residences were
Erected by John Goldbeck. J. Y. Tur
ner, William Sehleunz, John Mohr.
Jr., John McDougal, Guy Richards,
W. Malfa, If. X- Lies and T. H. Clark.
Xo Houses for Rent.
Notwithstanding the new resi
dences completed there is not a va
cant house In town. There la room
for -0 more :;mall buildings to rent
for a uominal sum.
For the next year the outlook is
very good. The town has voted to
secure water from the springs on
Badger mountain, which will entail
an expenditure of several thousand
One of the needed improvements
is" a large, modern school building.
Waterville is naturally an educa
tional center. Her schools now em
ploy 11 teachers and rank with any
in the several adjoining counties.
The Business Concerns.
The business of the town is car
ried on by tive general stores, three
hardware stores, two drug stores,
two banks, one Jeweler, two furni
ture stores, two lumber and coal
yards, one flour and cereal mill, two
meat markets, one book and station
ecy store, one secondhand store, two
blacksmith shops, one garage, four
grain companies, four hotels, three
restaurants, five real estate firms,
one bakery. two "temperance" halls,
six saloons, two livery barns, one
veterinary hospital, one United States
Verdict of Xot Guilty Given by Jury
to Frank Morley and
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. SA TUB DAY. DECEMBER 31, 1910.
SHIP HEW ENGLAND
Paper Has Story of Apple
Orchards of Green
F. John Flnmer of this city is in
receipt of the Journal Transcript,
published at Franklin, Xew Hamp
shire, which contains the following
interesting story of the apple orch
ards of the New England state:
The December number of New En
gland Farms contains an article en
titled "Some Apple Hints," showing
among other things the demand for
Western states for the New England
fruit. The article gays:
'This fall, from the town of Bos
cawen, alone, fifteen carloads of ap
ples were snipped to lowa and Wis
consin. Five of these carloads were
from the orchards of T. J. Moore
and numbered 1000 barrels: ten car
loads were shipped by E. X. Sawyer
and numbered nearly ISOO barrels.
The same western buyer v. ho secured
A CONSIGNMENT TO BE OPENED ON JAN. IST.
these apples alro found ten carloads
in Rockingham county, numbering
130 ft barrels. From the Concord di
vision of the Boston & Main* 1 Rail
road, this fall, over 100 carloads of
apples have been sent to the western
states. D is probably not exaggerat
ing to state that over 30,000 barrels
of New Hampshire apples have gone
to towns and cities west of Ohio since
Spptember 1. 1910.
F. H. Glancy of Montrose, lowa,
hnvs large quantities of New England
apples for the towns and cities in his
neighborhood. Recently he wrote to
.1. T. Moore of Boscawen about apple
are some of the statements he made.
" This whole country is flooded by
cheap western apples selling for 15
cents a bushel from the car."
"Your Greenings would bring $5
per barrel here, your Baldwins sell
Later he wrote, "I am out to buy
10,000 to 15,000 barrels of apples;
could use all in your section."
Mr. Glancy. when in the oast last
September told Mr. Moore that the
apples from Merrimack county,
"stood up better and held their
flavor better than apples from any
other part of the world."
Attorney H. SI. Martin, of Daven
port, is a guest at the Wenatchee
Fill GROWING IN
Will Be Discussed at State
Meeting in Prosser
in January. %v
Prosser. Wash.. Dec. 31.—Al
though the program for the annua!
meeting of the Wsahington State
horticultural association has not been
completely arranged the preliminary
announcement made by President
Benson today indicates that practic
ally every topic of interest to fruit
growers will be included.
The principal discussion is expec t
ed over the paper by E. H. ShepharJ
of Hood River, Ore., on "Marketing
Fruit." This topic is under discus
sion in every fruit growing section
of the state, the chief question being
whether co-operative shipping or the
selling through commission houses
is the best ay of handling the pro
ducts. H. M. Gilbert of North Yaki
ma will lead the discussion.
Picking and Parking.
F. E. Thompson of North Yakima
will have a paper on "Picking. Pack
ing and Packages." As Mr. Thomp
son expresses the belief that within
a fe wyears 75 per cent of the ap
ples of the state will be shipped in
barrels instead of boxes this is an
other "live wire" topic.
S. O. Jayne, of the United States
department of agriculture, will
on "How to Make the Best of Irriga
J. M. Jenne. orcharidst of Prosser.
speaks on "Pruning," with special]
reference to cherries, peaches and
Tells About Snout Beetle.
George If. Chase, superintendent
Of the Northern Pacific's model or
chard under the Sunnyside canal,
will discuss "The Snout Beetle or j
C. L. Whitney's topic will be "The*
Show Ring or Apples as AdYertfs-j
ers." He is a nurseryman of Walla'
G. W. R. Peaslee. of Clarkston.
speaks on "Cherries," from tlie
standpoint of a grower.
The subjects of Professor Icelan
der and Professor Thornber, of W.
S. C . and of F. A. Huntley, state
horticultural commissioner, have not
E. M. Sly. of the Kennewick Frui*
and Produce company is to give a
report on the apple congress at Den
ver. J. A Balmer. of Cle Elum.
will be another speaker.
Meet at Hiscn School.
The Prosser Commercial club is
arranging an entertainment. The
high school auditorium has been en-'
gaged. Committees are now at work
under the direction of President i
Henry of the commercial club, ar
ranging for the banquet.
President Benson says letters in
dicate that the gathering will be one
of the most representative in the
Postmaster at Wineeap.
Carson C. Cole has been appoint
ed postmaster at Winesap, Chelan
You must read this If you'want the
J. W. Greer, Greenwood. *La., suf
fered with a severe case of lumbago.
The pains were ,so intense I was
forced to hjpodermis injections for
relief. These attacks started with a
pain in the small of my back which
gradually became fairly paralyzing.
My attention was attracted to Foley's
Kidney Remedy and I am glad to, say
after using this wonderful medicine
I am no longer bothered In any way
by my lumbago." Wenat
ENTIRE NEW « The Model's Redemption"
TONIGHT j "Tweedle Dam's Sleeping
Knliro rhanffo of pro- SickneSS
(tram Monday aid firand (A Comedy)
Now Yoqr's Matinee I "Excursion on the Chain of
Monday at 8 P. M. Mottt Blanc"
I wish to announce that I have just installed the
first and only
French Dry Cleaning
and am prepared to clean both Ladies 1 and Gentle
men's Clothing correctly and satisfactorily at reason
able prices. Also Ladies' Hat Plumes and Feathers
made to look new through this French process. Pri
ces and work guaranteed satisfactory. Send me a
trial order and let me convince you what real French
Dry Cleaning means.
2 doors west Pat Healey
from Wenatchee Theatre THE TAILOR
"Northwest" Trees ■. ■ „ "Northwest" Trees
Are Best Are Best
SHORTAGE IN NURSERY STOCK
Do not delay placing your or
der now for spring delivery. Our
quality is second to none and
every tree guaranteed true to
We shall have a good stock left
so do not delay placing your or
Drop a card to our agent and
he will call on you.
NORTHWEST NURSERY COMPANY. W. A. LAMOND, AGENT
Residence and Office near corner
F and Ninth Streets.
Fhone 1598 Wenatchee, Wash.
Nurseries: North Yakima and
T3he Kind that gives
satisfaction is the
kind that is done at
15he Daily World