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The Wenatchee World
Published Daily Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. N. ANIENT Editor C. A. BRIGGS Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee,(Washington. Main off ice--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 234 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mail, in Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, par weak. - .10 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1.1906 MALAGA Malaga, Jan. 31.— R. M. Bradford is moving his household goods and taroily from Wenatchee onto the Dishou place uear Malaga. J. M Disher boarded the night train for Wenatchee Monday Jeveuing. George Spyrup, ot Hamilton, visit ed his old friends, the Smart "family. Mr. Spyrup is also looking for a lociation iv the valley. C. H. Graves is reported on the sick list. Mr. Gilbert, the Stark Bros, agent, was up from Triuidad with a friend of liis from lowa in quest of a ranch. Mrs. C. B. Reed returned from her Clockum visit Monday morning. Vent Ameys' new house E is neariy completed and he has premised the boys a dedication and house warming Saturday evening, February ,10. It will be strictly a masquerade. Every* bouy is invited to come ana have a good time and don't forget to have your best girl bring a basket full of good things for the inner man. Harry Ustoer and Peter Peloquin have leased the Dr. Miller ranch for this year and expect to move their families onto the same m a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smart are now occupying their new house near Malaga. The JFarm Journal'has nearly three million readers eich issue. It is the best farm paper in America, and it pleases the women folks all to pieces. We have made a special arrangement by which by paying for the Advance one year in advance or for the Daily World lor months, the subscription will include the Farm Journal for the balance of 1906, and all of 1907, 190s, 1909 and 1910, nearly five years, and at the our papers alone. See our display ad for further particular. MRS. YERKES WEDS AFTER BEING A WIDOW ONE MONTH New York, Feb. I.—Tbe Ameiican says: The extraordinary announce ment is made tiiat Mrs diaries T. Yerkes' only one month a widow, and the recipient of $7,500,000 under the will uf her late hujband, has become the bride of Wilsou Mizner, of San Francisoo. The auuouncemeut was made iv the presence of Mizner. wno refused to make any comment upu u it. There were only two witnesses, J. L. Eastland and Kmile Brugniere, both of Sau Francisco. These two witnesses admitted that they were present when Mrs. Yerkes became Mrs. Mizner. Mizner is a son of the former United to Mexico an liauteniala He is well known iv sooial circles at San Francisco, an for many years was a member of the Bohemian club. Mizner is 2!' years old and has been living at the Hotel § Ascoi, New York. Mis. Yerkes is 50 years of age but re tains much jf the beauty other youth. Mizner was seen by a repotter early this niorni:;g and ad hutted he had married Mts. k erkeß. If interested in '"uses, cows or \ she«;p, lake the Farm Journal. We givej a combination subscription lor this j paper for the balance of 1906. and all of 1!H)7, 1908, mot) and 1!»10, five years to all subscribeis, new and old, who pay for the Advance a year ahead or the World for 6 months. This offer is for a short time only. See our display ad for further particulars Hints to the Housewife "1. The uppers of cotton socks fold" ed together and stictohed by machine make excellent 'holders' to use while cooking. They save me many burn ed fingerF. "2. Kerosene quickly removes the ring Irom the marble washbowl caused by leaving dirty water in it. "3. This next is old, but it will be:u repeating. A thick slioa cf raw pared potato, replenished ocoasionallv, add ed to the fat in which doughnuts are frying will prevent tne burn ing." Pointed Paragraphs A spectacular show is one 6 the baldheaded continent views through spectacles. The "I told you so" of his friends adds to the hardness of the way of the transgressor. The man who exceeds you in polite ness is a better man than you are for the time being. A woman knows almost as much about a railway time table as a bachel or knows about a baby. With the waning of the honeymoon many a brave man begins to regret the failure of his faint hearted rival. Its an easy matter for a woman to manage a husband if she ims tears to shed and knows when to shed them. Our idea of a first class confidence mams one who possess the ability to unload a gold brick on his wite's mother. When some women clean home they sweep the dast from the carpet onto the furniture, iheen brush it from the furniture onto the carpet again. First come first served; so march up md pay for the Advance a year ahead, or the Daily World for J.i months. This will include, in a combination subscription, that good JJliffle paper, the Farm Journal, for the balance of 190fi, and all of 1907, 1908, 1909, and 1910, rive*years without any further pay. Shall we hear from you within one week? See our display ad for further particulars. NEW PROCESS FOR KEEPING FRUIT FRESH FOR SHIPMENT Santa Barbara, Cal., Feb. 1 —lv ex actly the condition as picked, fruit is to be delivered to any market in the world. A process*Jfor preservation has been discovered and patented by a number of prominent Califorians that will revolutionize the shipment of fruits and vegetables. Within a month it is hoped that the facts of the invention will be given to the world, and possibly during the coming fruit season the process may largely take theplace of the refri erat or system. State Horticultural Commissioner j Elllwood Cooper is at tho head ot the company, called the American Fruit company, which is experimenting with the process. Cooper said he was coi> lidpnt of the success of the scheme and that the discovery of the new process is the greatest made since frait commerce began. The object is to arrest the develop ment of ripening in fruit. Fruit, at a cost less than that for refrigier-' tion, may be delivered to the consum er at any point unharmed in coloi or ! flavor. Volcano in Eruption Honolulu, Feb. 1. — The steamship Sonamo, en route trom Australia to San Francisco, reports that the vol cano on Savaii, one of the Samoau is lands is still in eruption. The lava, after flowing 14 miles on land, has ex tended four miles into the ocean. Jared Smith, federal argioulturai commissioner ol this island. will leave for Washiutgou in February to i present the Ha Ksiian coffee planter** ' argument for a traiff on coffee. The Farm Journal is chuck full of gumption, and has the largest circula tion of any farm paper in the world. It is good every when- We offer for a short time, a combination subscript, , jRe mother used to bake to advance paying subscribers to the: Advance a year ahead, or the Daily! it IS neceSS3fy tO USe World \> monthsjahead, and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1966, and Fall of 1970. 190K, 190U and 1910, nearly five years, both papers for the price of one. See our display ad. for particulars. TICKETS VIA . . . "Tin Comlort.We W.y" SHORT LINE . . . TO . . . St. Paul, Duluth Minneapolis, Chicago AND POINTS EAST TRAINS DAILY fca FAST TIME New Equipment througnout. Day Coach es, Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Din ing and Buffet Smoking Library Cars. TRAINS LEAVE WENATCHEE West--No. 1--The Flyer 12.15 p.m West--N0.3--Puget Sound Ex.11:33 p m No. 26 10150 p. m. East--No. 2--The Flyer 3.20 a m East--No4--Eastern Express. 3.05 p.m. No 265 12:03 a. m. For tickets, rates, folders and full In formation, call on or address A. A. Piper, Agent Wenatchee, Wash. S. G YERKES. A. G. P. A. Land (Mice at Waterville, Wash. Deo. 26, 1005. Notice, is hereby Riven that the fol lowing-named settler has filert uotice of his ititeution to make final proof in support of his claim, and 'that saio proof will be made before United Slates land office at Watet ville, . Wash., on February 7, 1908, viz: James D. Walker, who made H. E. No. 8190 for the sco 28, two 21 o, rge 21 E W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove Ins continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land, viz: O. O. Merer, of Wenatchee, Wash , E. D. Ingersoll nf Louerocb, Wash., L.O.Turner, of Wenatchee,Wash.,H.A. Haley of Lonsroek. M. B. Mallov, Register. Notice- To Wenatchee shippers: We are now lightering all freight on barges from the dock to the steamer, about 400 feet out in the stream. This will continue until March 1. The last barge leaves our dock about 4 p. m. each day for the steamer leaving the following morning. All fieight intended for up river points, to leave the next morning, should be delivered before 4 p. m., otherwise it will be delayed twenty four houis. C. A: o. Steamboat Co. T. A. Davie=. General Manager. FOR SALE boilers and fitting Two boilers connected, 4-1' inches diameter by 20 feet in length. Allowed by U. S. inspectors 160 lbs. pres sure. About 85 horse power. One 48 inch boiler front and breeching; back arches complete. One pair 10x74- engines, one cylin der broken. Elbows,flanges and pipe for sale. Very reasonable prices will be made on any of above. Columbia & Okanogan Steamboat Co.. T. A Davies. General Manager To Make Bread Harrington Flour For Sale By All Dealers PROFESSIONAL CARDS REEVES & REEVES Lawyers Offices, second floor Wenatchee Drug Co. building. Phones: P. S. 581; Farmers 222 Wenatchee. Wash. DILL &. THOMAS Suite 1 V 7. T. Karey & Co's Building Wenatc'tee, Wash. E. F. SPRAGUE Professional Funeral Director and Licensed Embaimer A graduate by years of practical ex perience Farmers Phone 223 and 224 P. S. Phone 21 and|23 Wenatchee. Wash Good Meat! Just the kind you want for your table. Sweet, tender, juicy. Careful attention given to all orders, prompt delivery. i Harlin Meat Co. Two Markets Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Co. SCHEDULE UP RIVER Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m. Orondo daily 7:00 a.m. Entiat daily 7:30 a.m. " Chelan Falls daily .11 00 a.m. " Paterons daily 4:00 p.m. Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.m. DOWN RIVER Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a.m. " Paterous daily 4:20 a.m. " Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m. Entiat daily »:30a.rn. " .Orondo da.ly 10.00 a. m Arrive Wenatchee daily .. 12.00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatchee for BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves Bridge port same night. T. A. DAVIES. Gen. Mgr CLASSIFIIO ADVERTISEMENTS Classified ads 5 cents a line each In sertion, minimum charge 10 cents. GENERAL LAC KS M ITH IN G. Ross Brothers, Wagon Wors, Rubber Tin s a specialty. Band Sawing. R. W. Outts—Practice in Federal and State Courts. Phone Farmers 245 Crass & Corbin. Special attention to probate law. Office over FA: M BanK UNDERTAKERS V. G. Hall, Undertaker and Funer al Director. 1fn.0.6, Hall, Lady Asst. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Frank Onlp, M. D. A. T. Eaupp M. D., Griggs Blook. Walleuder and McCoy, /-hysicians [and Surgeons. Forde blook. SHOES REPAIRED Shoes mended, first class wort- Simpson's quick reiiaii shop. Just be low Wiester's. FOR EXCHANGE We have a party wl.o owr.s some fine I evidence property in Seattle in the Capital Hill district who wants to exchange some for land i.i the Wenat chee valley. He will assume mortg age or nay cash difference up to $13 t - -000. For further particulars address G. A. Virtue, 806 Boston blook, Seat tle Wash. Best FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS 3 Get up-to-date job printingat the Daily Wot Id office. New press, new type, high grade work. ATTORNEYS FOR SALE~WENATCHEE>RUIT LAND A bargain—Five acres one and 'a half miles from P. O. Small house spring water piped to house, 440 trees one and two years old. $1,500 oash, balance on easy terms. J. S. Mooney and Co. Eleven and a half acres—First class fruit land with water right, all irrigat ed. Nine acres in orchard. 200 trees four years old, 50 three years eld, two acres alfalfa, four room house, out buildings. Price $4,100, $2,200 cash, balance on easy terms. Address G. A. Virtue, Seattle, Wash. FOR SALE CASHMERE PROPERTY Sitxy acres, forty five acres good fruit land, J 5 acres good timber 200 bearing apple and peach trees, 160 young trees two years old, 25 acres alfalfa four miles from Cashmere rural free delivery, school house on property, ten room plastered fine well, laige bam. 20 inch water right under good ditch $5,000. $3,000 cash, balance four years at eight per cent Address G A. Virtue,Bo6 Boston hiork, Seattle. Wash. FOR SALE- - FARMS $4500 —120 acres, nearly all smooth, 10 acres of bearing orchard, 15 acres in alfalfa pasture, 3 acres in alfalfa meadow, 3 [ mile to lural mail route. 1 to school and 2' , miles to railroad. House of three rooms and good baru. $4200—10 acres, all fenced, 775 or chard trees, some beginning to tear, 3 miles to Wenatothee. good house and barn. Terms. Bousquet and Hoim. Bousquet and Helm. $5000 —80 acres all"tillable and smooth, over 1000 trees. 450 of which are bearing, 3 acres in alfalfa, only two miles to railroad and high school. Small house and barn. Bousquet and Holm. Ten acre fruit ranch, three room house, plastered £500 four-year old trees; 300 three year-old trees; two and a half acres alfalfa; packing house with good cellar. Price $4,100, $2, --200 cash, balance"*-»«v 'ertns. G. A. Virtue, SM F .-; .» blook, Seattle, Wash. One tract close in; fi room v ■ >er in house; good outbuild ings :( !■ se to s-hool; a snap at f 1 100, ?02- r » c" < h thuios easy terms. Ad- Itess itox 8, Wenatchee, Wash. 113.500— 4,500 acres tine timber lauds and ituod pasture, sure to doable in v; i«e in a short time. Situated only 10 miles from Wenatchee. there is enough timber on one section to pay for the whole tract. Bousquet and Holm. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE ffirtOO —lUO acres, 5 acres ia K->sai old orch-rd. 590 more trees 3 years Old, SO acres in alfalfa, fair hor.se and barn, plenty of water. Tl is is an ileal stock and fruit farm. Bousquet and Holm. $4000—10 acies, 3 miles to Wenat chee, 760 tiee9, 3 acres alfalfa, house and staole. Bousquet a nd Holiu FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY $500 —House and lot 100 \ 300. Will double to price in less ttian year. Southern part of towii. Bousquet and Holm I otfet for sale my brick house and frame house Xos. 412 and 4lf. Palouse street, only three blocks from business center of town on five fine lots. Albo some household furniture: also my oilioe furniture, includiug a good safe and a San typewriter. Kirk Whited. e-9-3 New he use and lot 50x120, Nob Hill, good barn on property Price $(150, |350 cash, balance easy terms. Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash. Two lots. Nob Hill. SO x 120. Price 1275, $150 cash, balanoe easy terms. Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash. A snap for cash—lot ISO x ISO, all set to two-year-old trees, four room house, pantry and bathroom. Good water right and city water. Small bain, property in city limits. Price $1)00 if you speak quick. Address box 2 78, Wenatehee, Wash. Corner lot, V>o x 120,Vfive blicks from postofhce, $250, half cash, bal ance easy terms. Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash A suap for snail monev-*2ood threo room house, corner lot 60 x 120 house nearly new,, good ontbuildiugs. Price |635. Cnsh fSSS, balance easy terms. Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash. FOR SALE--ACRE TRACTS Five and ten acre tracts close in. Pi ices and terms right. J. S. Mooney and Co.