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The Wenatchee World
Publiehed Daily Except Sunday by the
WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP.
Entered as second-class matter at the
Poatoffice at Wenatchee, Washington.
Main office--Busmeu and Editorial,
COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
Wenatchee. W»»hln B tc-.
Farmers Phone 234
Society Editor Phone-- Farmers 592
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Six Months, by Mall, in Advanoa, 2.60
Delivered by Carrier, MrwNl, - .10
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24. 1905
FAITH THAT REMOVES MOUNT-
From Sioux City. lowa, comes the
tale of a man named Barnard who
started a restaurant three years ago
with a capital ot $40 and has just
retired with $12,000 cash accunialat
ed in his business.
That it is possible in Sioux City, or
ar.y where, by any sort of management,
and more especially by Mr. Barnard'.s
kind of management, to make a rest
aurant earn so much from si little in
sa short <« times seems incredible. For
Barnard absolu f el\ reversed the usual
business rule. As the tale is told:
He trusted everybody. Any hungry
person could eat at Barnard's. He
carried unemployed persons for a 3 ear
at a time. He never dunned a di-linq
uenta. .He clung to the theory that
the world is honest.
According to the business experience
of countless generations Mr. Barnard
eoght to have failed in a wee* or le3s,
having only forty dollars to start with.
But, to the story, he did not
fail, He went on and on for tnree
years, until lie had turned his original
forty doilors into f 12,000. The stmy
sseuis wtll authenticated and may be
If i: is true, then plainly Mr. Bail.
aru is a very nunsoal man, and Ms
EDf.ctss is <ie v bich r< old ii t lie
duplicated by any save a man of li»e
eha ehter. tcr the »easo~ i f-iuftne
ceS'i is civi lent. It w.is dun to v faith
in the esseut a! honesty of m mkiud so
absnlute that ir made honest ad, or
nearly all, those w i n whom he did
business. Hla faith ia them mast
1...v0 literally compelled his debtors to •
ay, because tn&y ccnld nor do ctatr
It la to be hoped that rhe tale is
tiut-. Been if i l . is o<>lr partly true it
provts that average mankiud are v
grenr ileal better than we are pi one to
think, and tbat St. Paol, when he
spoke ot "faith that removes inoun
rutins. ' was using no m *re tiguie of
speech, bat was indicating a mental
and spiritual condition that might and
could exist and ba potent iv shaping
the co lduot and destiny of man.—
Chicago Inter Ocean.
FOOTBALL PLAYER KILLED
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 24.—Th c
first football fatality that has ever
occurred in New Orleans was recutded
today in the death of G. C. Fickeu
full back on the junior team ot tha
Southern Athletic club. Ficken was
struck on the head during one "of the
scrimmages in a game between the
Soutbern Athletic Clubhand the Queen
and Crescent team Sunday.
STARVES: WEARS DRESS SUIT
NEW YORK. Nov. 24.—A starving
young man wearing evening dress who,
said lie was Autoio Manfio, was taken
to Bellevue hospital today. A police
man found Maiifro lying on the side
walk. Maniro, who speaks only Ital
ian, said that he had not eaten in three
days. He came to America only a
week ago to find his father.who lived
in Brooklyn, he said, and waited the
streets for three days, ana unity had
fallen from weakness.
RAILROAD COMPANY WEEDS
OUT DRINKING MEN
TERRE HAUTE, IND.. NOT. 24 — West--N0.3--Puoet Sound Ex. 1.28 a.m.
The Chicago and Eastern Minnie rail- Ea«t--No. 2-The Fiyer 3.20 a m
East--No*- - Eastern Express. 3.15 p m.
way on Beta!day night began potting
into effect ar order to discharge men
a iiiited to mink. Several •»« elal out i
iiere. The order is to i p .tiy over the
From Our Correspondents
Interesting Items From Other Towns
Winchester, Nov. 22 —D. E. MoEwan
was a visitor to our little burs this
C. R.L cc is excavating for a cistern
aud otiier wise improving his home
John Neighbor drove about tventy
five hundred head of sheep through
town this morning.
Mrs. E. F. Leßare is uite sick. Dr.
Vail, of Quincy. was called this morn
Miss Meddler's mother, hiother aud
his family are here from Portland,
Ore., Ye correspondent is informed
that they intend locating among us.
S. A. Rohbinsou's daughter and
three children are here from New York
state to make their future home.
Miss Moneoleete Quinu gave a party
for her many friends last evening. Gam
es and a "taffy pulling 'were indulged
in. A general Rood time is reported.
PREACHER WHO BURIED EVERY
EL PASO GAMBLER DIES
EL PASO. TEX.. Nov. 24.—Rev.
, Henry Moore, pastor of ihe First Prs-
I nyteiiau church, died this morning as
i the result of leavng a siickbed last
1 Suiulay and going through he rnin to
fill his pulpit. Ho was loved by all
! classes, and is said to have officiated
at the funeral of every gambler or sal
! oon man buried bere in the last ten
years. Salmon men raised (800 last
! summer to help hi n take a vacation.
He was a Princeton graduate.
At the St. Louis World s Fair
was awarded to our
Peach GSossom Flour.
In competition vvith the wcrlJ'r.
best flour we win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
DON'T BUY FURS
Until you have looked over our
Stock. Its the largest and her.t
oo the Pacific coast, and our
prices s:"w the lowest.
PET AO V ITS FUR CO..
110 Marion St., - - Seattle, Wash.
Jus* arrived. All weights
Broken and Unbroken
On sale at our stable.
. . . VIA . . .
. . . TO . . .
St. Paul, Duluth
AND POINTS EAST
2 TRAINS DAILY
FAST TIME 4—
lew 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
For tickets, rates, folders and full In
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
S. G YERKES. A G P A.
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
Entiat daily 7:80 a.m
" Chelan Falls daily . 11:00 a.m.
" Paterons dsily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 6:00 p m
Leave Brewster daily 4 :00 a.m.
" Paterous daily 4:20 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
Entiat daily 9:SO a. m.
" Orondo daily 10.00 a. m
Arrive Weuatchee daily .. 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Weuatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same night.
T. A. DAVIES, Gen. Mgr
REEVES 4 REEVES
Offices, second floor Wenatchee Drug
Phones: P. S. 581 : Fanners 222
DILL 4 THOMAS
Suite 1 W. T. Rarey &Co s Building
C. F. SPRAGUE
Professional Funeral Director and
A gradaatfl by years of practical ex- I
Farmers Phone 228 anrt 224
P.* S. Phone vi and 28
f f—PSa f PACKAGE OF GIANT
t" huL MIGNONETTE
Sent Free to everj'one writing
for ovir large Catalogue of
SEEDS, SHRUBS AND TREES
Pacific Seed & Floral Co,
Seattle. • - Wash.
CUSSIFI; 0 A3VERTTSEIIENTS
Classified odr, 5 cents a line each In
sert.on, minimum charge 1C cents,.
ii. W. Cutts—Fractioe in I'ebial
Jim! State Courts. Phone Farmers 245
C. L. Holcomlt practices in a 11 courts
Farm loans made at lowest rates.
Crass & Corbin. Special attention
to probate law. Office over F & M Banß
Good house, six rooms, plastered,
city water, rent $12 50 per month.
Walter M. Olive.
For Sale—Restaurant, all complete,
good location, paying business. B.
T. Duncan. Wenatchee, Wash.
IX G. Hall. Undertaker anrl Funer
al Director. Mrs.O.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Wallender and McCoy, Physician*
and Surgeons. Forde block.
D. P. Milliken, Vet. Snr. Office O'Con
nor's barn. Night phone P. S. 571.
Lost: A small open faced gold
watch and fob somewhere | between
tiie Whit man school and my residence
on Orondo avenue. Finder please
return property nnii olaim reward.
Nellie E. Parker.
GENERAL r LACKSMITHiNG.
Hoss Brothers, Wagon Worx, Rabbet
Tires a specialf. Baud Sawing.
The Filis-ETorde C°
1 The Big 1 Store .
FR F F
m l l
The Event you have been
suit purchased at
$10 or over
You get ail these good things
without cost to you!—
1 Suit of Underwear
1 Pair Shoes
1 White Shirt
1 Pair Suspenders
1 Pair Socks
1 Collar 3«jtton
$13,500 —4,")Oi) acres tine timber l&ndf
ami good pasture, son- to double ia
value in a short time. Situate', only
]o miles tromj Weuatchee. There is
enough timber on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bousquet ami Holm.
$5,000 —"20 acres near Cashmere, ali
under water. 50 trees bearing and
♦500 young trees, 3 acres in alfelfa,
small house, small bam. Terms.
Bousquet and Holm.
$3000 —ft* acres '..mile from high
school, about 20 acres under water
with good right. Over 50 fruit trees.
Bousquet and Holm.
The Hlauchard Cafe is a new place
:to eat. It is perfect iv itg appoitit
j ments, the neatest and hest plaoe in
itown. Its manager knows the res
| tauraut business and the value of
■ permanent custom. Special attention
| tion given to three things: tirst, tiie
! selection of proper food; second, th*
ibest cooking; third, the best service.
The new restauraut has boxes for
ladies and makes as pecialty of serv-
I iug lwmiuets aud theater parties.
! Satisfaction guaranteed.
FOR SALE--CASHMERE PROPERTY,
j i ashmere residence for tale, $ 1,200.
! Lots 11 and IS, block 1. Woodriugs
I plat. flood corner, choice location.
| Five room house, outbuildings, well,
Ipomp. Rents lor $12.50 per month.
Lots alone are worth ft,ooo, im
piovfiuents $300. Room for two more
cottages on property.
Walter M. Olive, Wmntchee.
For Sail—•"> lots on Miin street,
' Cashmere: coner property, partly
improved, pays 10 per cut on $4000 at
present. Only 10 fte m f entire Ififi
. feet occupied. L-eWo runs 4 years
longer. Price $4 000, Easy Termt.
Walter M Ulive.
- $1.50 ■
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$3300 —l l ;;c!es with plenty of water,
all nndttt cultivation. 0 acies in 2
vf>ar old trees. Situated :)'.. miles
from Wenatchee and % mile from
school. Terms 1 , cash.
Bousquet and Holm.
$2100 —10 acres, 3._, miles from town,
all good land and under cultivation.
Water light paid in full.
Bousquet aud Holm.
$3200 —10 acres I' a miles from ]iost
oftice. 400 trees, house of 4 rooms,
small stable. Terms, '~ cash.
Bousquet it Holm.
FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS
Horse, wi'gon aud harness for sale
clieap. Oall at Allen's livery birn. If
For Sale—Goodseoond hand sewing
machine. Mrs. W. K. Prowell.
Get up-to-date job printing at the
Daily Woild otfice. New press, new
type, high grade work.
For sale: About 8,000 pounds of
good cabbage, one cent per pound Or
der by mail. B. F. Stanfield, Wenat
chee, R. F. D. No. L
FOR SALE — SUBURBAN PROPERTY
'Morning Side tracts, low price, easy
terms, water right, close in. For full
particulars see Walter M. Olive.
Five acres, unimproved, close in,
good location, first class soil, water
right, a snap at 9960
Walter M. Olive.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
For sale -Five room house, lo» ftO
by ISO on Wenatchee aveuue, :! doors
south of eourr house, easy terms. Ap
ply to owner ou property.
A modern two stoiy house, seven
rooms, bath, cellar, all necessary out
huihlme». four lots, close to tmsiness
oatlttl On our of the tirst stivers in
town, 83 bearing trees, tl 200 down ami
balance in one and two years. Apply
j by'letter. Address box :ai I Wenatchee