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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
As Furnished for Week Ending Dec. 25,
by the Chelan County Abstract
John Long to F W Steen, lot 6, sec
30, lot 8 and frac ne se 35-24-18; $1.
Cornelia R Hunt to G D McQues
ten, frac lots 4 and 5, blk 2, Dill's
Orchard Tracts, Wen; $10.
Wen Dcv Co to Philip Schuster, lots
13 and 14, blk 17, Columbia Bridge,
P Walker to G. H. Roderick, lot 13
blk 2, Belmont add, Wen; 8500.
U S to Alexander Rose, ne qr 6-26
Alexander Rose to Fred Hoff, ne qr
W E Freeman to W R Prowell, lots
3 and 4, blk 2, s half lots 1 and 2, blk
7, amended Central add, Wen; 81.
A J Linville to U L Sloan, c half sw
ne sw 15-22-20; 87500.
N E Derry to C L McKittrick. blk
5, Murray & Co add to Wen; 81.
Kathryn E Gibbons to U G Pyle,
lots 3 to 10, mc, blk 4; lots 5 and 6
and part of lot 3, blk 6, Powell's add,
R T King to J R Adams, lots 10 and
11, blk 23, first add to Leav; 8300.
F W Arnold to Emma M Lewis, lot
12, blk 2, Fairview add, Wen; 82500.
Emma M Lewis to Emma R Gardi
ner, lot 14, blk 2, Fairview add, Wen;
Wen Dcv Co to John A Brown, lots
1, 2, 3, blk 17, Columbia Bridge add,
From nursery direct to the planter, the world's standard trees (Stark Trees) are now sold at
25% Discount To
Mail Order Buyers
for all cash-with-order business.
In addition to giving this liberal discount, we also prepay freight to any
point in the United States, on orders amounting to $10 or more, box and
pack shipments without extra charge, most nurserymen make extra charges for
boxing and packing, guarantee safe arrival, give generous premiums and
assure every customer complete satisfaction.
Why We Make This Offer for "The Apple Stark Delicious" a booklet giving J^^^j^^^^.^^u^!^
"n" " C i*lttHC *ma *^"^ its full history and the opinions of the world s , hml ; ,' produced by 50 Eiberta tree, in the same
Hircinfnrp Stnrlc Trees have been sold through greatest horticulturists and successful orchardists. orchard. 'Ripened with Carman.—E. H. Riehl, (111.
Heretofore Mark 1 rees nave Deen mo unu * b .„_„:_., vr>ll Lastvear we sold 1 250 000 Eiperiment Station Pres. Alton Horticultural Society,
salesmen, to whom we have paid a commission for It will convince you. Last year we sola I,™,™ Madison Co.. 111.
sending us your orders. We have now discontinued trees of Delicious alone «d ™MtonMM™ate* Stark Early Eiberta is worthy of your utmost
selling through salesmen and are dealing direct with i million had we had them Planters no£ a days confidence-plant it largely and reap the harvest of
the planter in the irrigated valleys and orchard re- do not buy a variety at *"' ™ " r U^%oJll e t ' M profits which will surely follow, the true Stark
gions of the west. Thus the commissions formerly son. And there is one-send for the booklet. Lrly Elberta can be had on of us. We
paid are saved— and given to you. Stark King David Apple purchased the exclusive propagating right from the
/ k,,_ Pnfol/i<«iiA Pi-in«-»..T i«f "■""""■* """""" ~~—"• mmmmm originator, Dr. Sumner Gleuson.
Our latalogue-Frice-List You should plant it along with Delicious-plant Other Western VflrieHe*
To n.,.. riniv *»-iloein-in it largely— never regret it. It's a money mak- l>Ciier YT estern V arietieS
is Uur umy salesman cr _ and a big It has highest quality is a long The Bucces6 o , an orchard i 8 dependent upon the
in this state and it is a top-notch salesman too— keeper, very hardy, and has beautiful color, bells judgment displayed in the selection of varieties—
ter by far than most men salesmen. Every question at highest prices. Many planters think it better the profit paying kind. And profit in fruit growing
you could ask, it will answer, and the answer will be than Delicious. means quality. Quality and color are the two
correct—not a guess. Every variety in all classes is "In my opinion Kin« David will surpass Delicious as things that the great fruit consuming public pay
fully described, strong and weak points are pointed aS™" EntiTwash^on? 6 " * V ' their money for. That'» certain-you can't deny it.
out—(everything is not listed as "best as is the Wm Mr / 0 , d ,. orchard ,„, week . H ii Kin* • Increase your orchard profits—do it by planting
case with most nurserymen s literature), following David 3-yr. old trees will bear quite a lot of fruit this the splendid tested special sorts of Stark Trees. Begin
each variety is a key indicating the section of the year . I consider them far ahead of Jonathan-tbe Iniit now—don't wait until next season Plant now
country where experience has proven that variety keepe r.-D. J. Hayden.Chchm Co.. Washington, and be that much nearer a big profit paying crop
will succeed. -_ '■ Klnj! Tj av id stood 25 decrees below zero last winter than you would be by waiting 6 months or a year.
This book contains accurate and valuable infor- without injury while Ben Davis suffered severely.— Here is a brief list of varieties highly adapted
mation on methods of planting, fertilization, cover \Y BI D ay . very rich red m."c. . most beautlfal to western conditions-the kind that will make a
crops, planting and care of trees, suggestions or op^i°f an «. on thelreJ"we™, equal To Be" D.™i model orchard which will yield profitable return.,
spraying, pruning, etc., etc. Over 150 illustrations and just as productive; quality is equal to Spitzenburf; . . p..-fc „«
from actual photographs ar. within it. pages. picked .h-^-/—^ ft" £«&'s& ™ E£2± ZEES
You could not ask for a better salesman than is the country . ,h e most beautiful apple grown; can't help Senator Muir Mission
our catalogue-price-list. With it in your hands you but sell anywhere, and ahead of all others. Have Banana Alton Wordcn
can order Bmore P successfully conveniently and with ££>-£lg»>* ™*£$ £ pIiMS. 3SS Jonathan Elbert. Niagara
better results than you could by talking to the best apples.—F. Dando, Chelan Co., Washington. Newtown • Lovell Campbell
informed nursery salesman. Send for it today. Include King David in your next order. You'll Black Ben Krummel • Flame Tokay
11,.,,,, Ynil never regret it and will want more when you see its Spitzenburg Red Bird Stark Eclipse
"aYe IOU magnificent fruit. Rome Beauty Crawford Moore Early
_, , o>. , .v ■■ ■ O *, « -M-. . t*.** t« • i I" Raspberry Levy Late White Muscat
Planted Stark Delicious;' Stark Early Elberta Peach stark Delicious Philips ciing Stark k. Philip
"^"■"""""^ j"rrrr™TT"^^~* n .. r —■—• ——■ -^——•- ~™~™~~ Stayman Winesap S. E. Elberta Blk. Cornichon
If not make it the first and biggest item on your One of the good thin g ß you can no afford , o Stark King David June Eiberta Thomp's Seedless
next order—you'll never regret it. Delicious is the over look. It is winning golden opinions from /«„„_ " »„:.„. P.o.
most wonderful apple known to horticulture for experienced fruit men the country over. Better L" erry Apr'° ' ISSL
quality, keeping qualities and selling value. This year qua than Elberta and ripens ten days to two Bing Royal Anjou
at the sale of the Wenatchee Valley Fruit Growers weeks earlier, reaching the markets when all other Lambert Tilton Bartlett
Ass'n (Washington) Delicious brought 53.00 per good peaches are scarce and thus commanding high Royal Ann Blenheim Lincoln
box f. o.b. there (the present market value is* 4.U0), pr ices. A great shipping peach, surpassing Eiberta. Montmorencies Moorpark Cornice
while Spitzenburg brought only $2.50, Winesap I believe Early Eiberta is one of the, best varietie. Royal Duke Colorado Winter Nelis
$2.25, Jonathan $1.90, Black Ben $1.75, (now $2.00 introduced since the first Elbert. came In Early Black Tartarian Wenatchee Easter Beurre
— ac-llini with Jonathan), $1.15, Ben Davis Elberta one has all of tiieiood qualities oi Elberta. and Our.tockof the above and all other varieties
«ii r «|T I the additional feature ol emir ripening. When this is Our stock of the above and all other varieties
$1.4U, Oano»l.»u, etc. taken into consideration, and when it is planted along worthy of propagation is complete in every sense of
Luther Burbank. Wizard of Horticulture, says: De- i,h the oriiinal Liberia, much of the strain and con- th-word—all sizes in one and two year but only
llclous ii a .cm, the finest apple in all the world. It is gcslion which come. w,th peach harvest will be greatly the word all sizes in One ana two year UUt only
the best in quality of any apple I have so far tested — reduced. The shipping season will be lengthened. One quality — OtarK Sterling Quality.
»nd Luther Burbank know.. — E. H. Favor. Ass't Horticulturist. Davis Co., Utah. I?--*. r»«:i., l<"^..; <«li t- C^^.,:,...
Delicious Brings $2,000 Per Acre Having tested its shipping and keeping qualities r a»t Lfaiiy r reiglU 22*™*
1 X .T saß — thoroughly, without doubt it Is the most valuable ad- ■ •»■■*■■■ , , . . -^^—•—
100 seven year old Stark Delicious apple trees in the dition to the commercial peach list introduced in recent Because of a vast volume of business we are able
Ilailcy Orchard, Chelan Co.. Washington, earned years; an excellent shipper and a. a keeper it has no to maintain a daily fast through refrigerator freight
J2.000 for their owner last year and when prices were rival.-L. Marsh, Hor4 Inspector. Davi. Co.. Ulan. service to western points, thus insuring the arrival of
low—or an average of $20 per tree for one season .crop. J. H. Hale (The Peach King) wrote me that he took ii iWni.iii r»rf«-r rnnHitinn
Delicious, is today making -re profjts-big Kmc Early Eiberta home from Ccorfia and that they all shipments in perfect condition. oa $10 or-
Delicious .s today making more profits-big • n * (wice n Elbert..-Dr. Sumner Remember-we par the freight on $10 or
profits, for the long-headed, far-sighted orchardists Gleason (OrUinator of Stark Early Eiberta) DV" -«— , i-«— ' «_ "™«
who have planted it than any other variety. Write Co.. Utah. der.-«nd guarantee safe arrival.
Use Our Special Service Department Free
If you contemplate planting an orchard in eUheTa large or small way, let us assist you. Our Special Service Department will advise you as to best varieties for
commercial or hTme orchard, best method, and time of planting in your locality, spraying, care of trees, and other valuable .nforma ion Thiii service is given
w°tho!.t charge and will in no way obligate you to buy of us. The department is maintained to promote greater interest in the planting of the best and most profitable
varieties of fruit known. Address ;, _• •
Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Company
Lock Box Number 1000 Louisiana . Missouri U. S. A.
U S to Chas W Hastings, sw qu 12
John Isenhart to Jas O Laughlin,
Early Morning mining claim; 8600.
A H Higley to Jas O Laughlin,
Early Morning mining claim; 8800.
F A Richter et al to Henry Kimber,
c half sw ne ne, w half se ne ne 6-23
I L Yeager to Edith J Pow, blk 44,
Ira Thomas to Lulu M Moyer, lot
4, blk 2, Fob Hill add, Wen; 81.
C F McMullen to A Z Wells, lots
32 and 33, blk 36, G N plat, Wen;
W S Gehr to I L Yeager, blk 44,
Frank Dorn to Miles Charlton, lots 5
and 6, blk 1, North Crshmere; 880.
T S Land, Cattle and Fruit Co to C F
Fenn, frac s half sw qr 26-24-18;
Henry Garrison to Ed S Russell, s
75 feet of c half lot 5, blk 45, replat
first add, Wen; 8575.
Earl M McKee to W B Sattler, lots
35 and 36, blk 41, G N plat, Wen; 81.
Henry Crass to Addie C Sattler, lots
30 and 31, blk 31, G N plat, Wen;
Terry L Ross to Earl M McKee, lots
35 and 36, blk 41, G N plat, Wen;
A J Linville to Geo J Allen, s half
se ne sw 15-22 20; «6000.
Jennie Harris to Nancy J Auvil, frac
se ne 18-25-21; 813,000.
A New Apple Pest
Fea's are entertained by apple grow
ers of Spokane county that a new pest
CEbc 3Lcavcnwortb i£cbo.
has invaded the orchards of that dis
trict. The character of the new pest
is unknown, but its operations have
been destructive of a lot of fine fruit
that was perfectly sound when wrapped
and laid away last fall at the close of
the packing season.
The new insect attacks the apple
about the ripening period. It bores a
hole in the skin of the apple and is so
minute that its operations are not
noticed at the time the apple is picked
and wrapped as being sound fruit.
Some of the apples thus affected have
been found to contain a large worm,
developed after the insect had gotten in
The discovery of this new pest was
made by the Spokane County Horti
cultural Society at its meeting lately,
when such well-known farmers and
fruit growers as C. L. Smith, E. P.
Gilbert, A. C. Craig, A. R. Ristau,
W. H. Houston and A. J. Topping re
ported having observed the work of the
insect. These men admitted that it
was a new thing in the bug and insect
line, and that it might mean the de
struction of the apple crop of the
country at a critical time, after the
fruit has attained its growth.
By unanimous consent it was agreed
to send apples containing a sample of
the worm to the Pullman college, the
bureau of entomology at Washington,
the agricultural college at Corvallis,
Ore., and R. H. Pettit, of Lansing,
"Dixie" Most Popular Song
"Dixie" has finally been officially
proclaimed as first in American songs
and music in "patriotic popularity."
This is the verdict of O. G. T. Son
neck, chief of the division of music of
the library of congress, who has just
issued from the government press an
exhaustive report on four famous
American musical compositions.
"Yankee Doodle," he says, "is sec
ond on'.y to "Dixie" in the popularity
The history of "Yankee Doodle" is
described as "a perfect maze of con
flicting stories, with countless additions
to and variations from the original."
As many as fourteen variations of 'The
Star Spangled Banner" are noted. The
year in which "America" was first sung
in public is given as 1832, but the
exact place and date were not ascer
"Hail Columbia" is strictly a pro
duct of the United States in both
words and music, in contradiction to
"America" and "The Star Spangled
State Convention of Sheriffs
The sheriffs of the state are looking
forward with great anticipations to their
convention to be held at North Yakima
January 18, 19 and 20. A complete
program for the event has not been
announced, but assurance is offered
that the visiting sheriffs, peace officers
and sleuths will be given a royal re
Among the important features to
come up at this convention is the mat
ter of forming some general system of
handling all criminal cases, so that all
of the sheriffs will work together on
every case, and it will then be the
same as one big sheriff all over the
state. The life of the criminal will be
an unhappy one in Washington.
jfridav December 31 1909
— FRUIT LAND—
M. F. PEAKE & SON
If you are interested in fruit land.
They have some good bargains.
New Quarters on Ninth Street
See the People
That Sell the Earth
f MADE FROM p &
i| HARRINGTON IVA3H||§|
. HARRINGTON *A3h||l§
"Morning Glory" breakfast^ food —
we guarantee it to please.
For Sale by The Leavenworth Mer. Co.
Heavy and Light
1 HARNESS ]
Carriage Robes, Horse Blankets
Hames and .Housings, Collars
Sleigh Bells to Fit Every Requirement
The newest and best
1 GR A H AM'S]
:-; Shoes Mended While You Wait ;-;
BE SHRE-AND WORKf EIiQRSE AXLE grease,
(L S\m&mM HARNESS OIL, WHIPS,
U CURRY COMBS,
HALTERS, BRUSHES, SWEAT COLLARS, and also
BICKMORE'S GALL CURE, which we warrant a satisfactory
Cure for Galls. Wouniis, and Sores upon nnlmals.
Degree of Honor
A. O. V. W.
Loavenworlh Lodge No
33, Degree of Honor. meets
yTi(>f7s^ every socond and fourth
jrJ,V >iV Tuesday evenlnKS In Odd
t ~C^-'^t\i>\ Fellows Hall. ViHtling sis
lj»WisvTs'J»l ters and brothers cordially
Varsfvee/ Invited to attend.
Vvt^iHr KlHle Anderson, O. of H.
Vl*^^ Alice Marble, Kec'dor
Ida Uauman, l<'inano'r
F. O. E.
—- .... ». OB 'Mild Arrii' NO. !'3H
meets l«t unil .Id Krtrtuy
eveulnjrin [.0.0. F. Ha]
VtalttßK member* cordfall; Invited to nttcnn.
Qeo. A. BlooU«ed«e, Worthy Prei.j W. VV
Elmer, V. P.; S. A. liune, Worthy Secnliiry
I. O. O. F.
..j-^KJgv, Huinllton Lodge No. ■.') meets cv
iSrJp^.ttry Monday night nt 7:30 In 1.0
"•^StwW O. I' i.i.1l .1. F. li.irtuinn. N. O.
J. 0. Morrison, Socretarj, :
Visitors cordially invited.
WOLDENBLRG STILL HANGS
Wall Paper. He is not
As reported, has no complaint, is doing
more work than ever and everyone is
satisfied with him and it. See him for
any work in his line.
Subturiba today tor Th« Echo.
Co. Palouse and Mission Streets
J. B. Adams M. E. C«rr
Adams & Carr
WRITES INSURANCE THAT
Buy and Sell
l'hone M Phone 1875
SPRAGUE & RUPPE
Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers
MRS. A. J. MARTIN, Lady Assistant