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The Wenatchee World
Published Daily Except Sunday by the
WORID PUBLISHING CO., PROP.
M. AMENT Editor
C. A. BRIGGS ... Business Mgr.
Entered as second-class matter at the
Postoffice at Wenatchee.lWashington.
Main office--Busine«s and Editorial,
COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
Wenatchee, Washington.
Farmers Phone 234
subscription rates:
One Year, by Mail, in Advance, • $5.00
Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50
Delivered by Carrier, per wee*.. - .10
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1906
PARAFFIN CAKES AND DYED
CATSUP.
New York pure food experts have
found in several Kinds of chocolate
cream candies and cakes an anulter
aut whioh is new to most investigat
ors. This is paraffin. Paraffiiu is a
familiar oommodity to housewives who
•'put up", their own jells and pre
server. They melt it and pour a thin
layer of it over the top of each glass
of "jell". It quickly hardens aud
without mixing with the deli "may Jbe
low forms a permanent, air tig :t cov
ering for it.
Paraffin is not poisonon«. The object
ion to it is that it acts in the stom
ach a good deal as it does on a glass of
jell. It li's there so stiff and hard
mat the juices of the stomach can
scarcely do anything with it and the
result to tnose who eat it is stomach
trouble and appendicitis. Its action is
mechanical rather than chemical A
man had about as well take into hid
stomacn things tiiat anack and in
jure its walls as things that obstinate
ly rjsisi degestion. Paraffin is pu i
into oakes and candies to give them
consistency. It doas its work well It
gives tne stomach also consistency,
whioh prevents it from digesting
food. In this case consistency is not a
jewel.
Cand** and cakes in whioh there is
paraffin are injurious to many people
and especially to women aud ohildren
who consume most of such things.
They are not, however, such bald
frauds as the],"home made" catsups
which have been analyzed recently.
In one of these catsups was fonnd
aniline dye and benzoic acid, in tbe
other aniline dye and salicylic acii,
It is news to women that home made
catsup ever contains these ingredients.
They will be disposed to doubt if it
ever does, and they will be quite sure
that it never does when intended tor
home cousuniption. Home made cat
so j) for home consumption does not
have to be colored with aniline dye
because only ripe and sound, and
thcrelore red tomatoes, are used in
it. It does not have to be preserved
with salacylio or benzoic acid, be
cause only wholesome materials be
ing used in it, it may be kept good any
reasonable lengtli of time without
the application of poisonous sub
stauces to arrest the process of decay.
Obviously, the sole purpose of ad
vertising carsups colored with aniline
dyes and preserved with deadly acids
as "home made" is the deception to
purchasers for the dishonest Jprofit of
makeis and venders. Such "home
made" catsups from a strong argu
ment against both the adulteration and
frudulent misbranding of commod
ities.—Chicago Tribune.
Taft Talks to School Children
Chicago. Feb. 22. —Secretary Taft
who spent today in this city as the
gnest of the union league club, was
scheduled for three addresses on pat
riotic) themes within ten nours. His
first speech was mide at the Audi
torium in the morning where J c ad
dressed 5000 school children on the
life ot Washington. Judge Benjamio
Lindasy of Denver alsfl uddressed the
children. In the afternoon tlie sec
retary delivered a more formal ad
dress to tbe Union League club and its
guests. Tonight he willjjalso speak at
the regular banquet of the Union Leag
ue clnb.
Everett Gold Thief Exaggerates
Everett, Feb 22. — William Meisil,
tbe confessed geld thief will be charg
ed with grand larceny direur. He
says he will plead guilty. In speak
ing of his theft from the Everett
Miielter he says he has been carrying
away gold from the retining r«9om tr,e
past seven months at tho rate of 150
ounces per month. Chief clerk Watler
Walker says that the amornt of the
sold taken BM been greatly ex
aggerated. He claims that the amount
is valued at about $12,000.
Tacoma, Fob. 28. — Became they
had been denied a holiday to celebrate
Washi'iuton's birthday, 100 studeDts
of the Tacoma high school rebelled
and deserted the school iv a body yes
terday morning.
Thirty o* of thi boys, led by Dan
Nutley and ('scar Lemons of the class
of 1906. decided on the move and in
duced several others ro join them. Ral
ph Wagner, son of the principal of
the high school refused to join them
and was bound and carried away witli
tbe crowd.
The boys paraded the streets and
then passed a hat. With the proceeds
eatables were bought, and they then
proceeded to the dock, where launch
es were in waitmg.
They embarked and are somewhere
on the sound. The school faculty is
considerably worked up over the affair
and the leaders will be punished.
INVENTOR DROWNS WHILE TESTING
INVENTION FOR LIFE SAVING
Chicago. Feb. 23. —A dispatch to
the Tribune from Lawrenceburg, Ind.,
says:
Charles Mitchell, a young inventor,
lost his life yesterday when testing
an apparatus which lie had iuveuted
for preventing the loss ot life from
skating on tmu ice. Tbe device con
sisted ot a light framework to be fast
ened about the skater's body and ex
tending three feet on each side. Mit
chell took Iris coutrivanoe to Tanner's
creek. While skating his foot came in
contact with an obstruction aud
was Jthrown headlong upon the ioe.
T'>e k ioe gave way and the upper part
of his body went under the water. The
advice about his waist hampered him
and he could not raise himself up and
when taken from the water he was
dead.
River Leaving tne Town
Nebraska, city, Neb., The Missouri
river is cutting through it banks eight
miles above here evA unless some
thing is done thie city will soon be
an inland town. The $('.00,000 Bur-
lington bridge at this place will be j He names tbe following witnesses
left high and dry and tbe company jt 0 prove bis continuous Residence np
will have to buiid another bridge on and cultivation of said land, viz:
east of the present one about three jo. O. Meyer, of Wenatchee, Wash.,
miles. Opposite what [is known as hg. d. Ingersoll of Lonerock, Wash.,
Jones'point, tin river has been cntt j L.O.Tnrner.of Wenatchee,Wash., H.A.
ing for some time. A report from ■ Haley of Lonerock.
there today says it lias cut in three m. B. Mallov, Register.
quarteis of a mile and a large amount
of land has teen washed away.
SARAH BERNHART WILL
PLAY IN CIRCUS TENT
Kansas city. Feb. 23. — W. E. Gor
man representing the management of
Mine. Sarah Bernhardt, today pur
chased new, fully eqnipped circus
tent wnich will be usefi in those cities
of Texas, aud probably in California,
in which first class theatres can not be
obtained tor Mme. Bernharht.
Tne tent is 220 feet long and ISO
eet wide and will seat 4 .'SO ppople.
The seats are canvas chairs, arrang
ed in sections as in a theater . number
ed and reserved with three foot aisles.
The oanvas theater will be lighted
by electricity furnished by the local
companies. Circus men will handle
the tent. The 38 week's engagement of
Mme. Bernhardt has been extended
to give moie time on the Pacific coast.
BILL TO MAKE PIPE
LINES COMMON CARRIERS
Washington, Feb. 'i'.i. —Pipe lines
are made common carriers and sub
ject to more the regulations of the in
terstate commerce act by a bill 'utro
duced today by Itepieeentative Ryne
rock of Kentucky. Mi. Kyuerock sail:
"The purpose is to furnish pipelines
to accept oil from nil wells, aud to de
liver to independent refiners, as well
as to the Standard Oil oompauy." .
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
HENRY CRASS
CRASS 4, CORBIN
Special Attention to Probate Law
Office Over F. A M. Bank
REEVES 4. REEVES
Lawyers
Offices, second floor Wenatchee Prug
Co. building.
Phone*: P. S. 681; farmers 222
Wenatchee, Wash.
OILL A THOMAS
Suite 1 W. T. Rare? & Co'a Building
Wenatc'iee. Warr..
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"
THE
GOLD
MEDAL
At the St. Louis World's Fair
was awarded to our
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with the world's
best flour we win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
LET US DO YOUR
TEAMING
We handle the work of
many of the leading bus
iness men and they say
we do the work well, let
us do yours
EAGLE LIVERY &
TRANSFER CO. Inc.
Land Office at Waterville, Wash.
Deo. 2(i, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will he made before United States
land office at Waterville, Wash., on
February 7, 1900, viz:
James D. Walker, who made H. E.
No. 3190_for the sco 28, twn 21
n, rge 21 E W. M.
| The Farm Journal is cream, not
i skim milk, and jott the paper for any
! practical man. We can take a sub
| scriptiou to it for the balance of 190(i,
! and all of P.IU7, 1908, 1909 aud 1910,
nearly five years and the Advance for
one year to everyone who will pay a
year aheid. Walk right up to the
captain's office without delay. See our
; display ad for further particulars.
FOR SALE
boilers and fittings
Two boilers connected, 42
riches diameter by 20 feet
in length. Allowed by U.
S. inspectors 160 lbs. pres
sure. About 85 horse
powt r. One 48 inch boiler
.'" ont and brec •' back
arches complete. One pair
1 Jx74 engines, one cylin
der broketi.Elbows,fla
anid pip ■ for sale. Very
reasonable piicts \\ 1 fa
ir vie on any of above.
Columbia & Okanogan Steamboat Co..
T. A Davies. General Manager
I INVESTIGATE
It Costs you Nothing
We carry a full line of gar
den, field and flower seeds,
A. N. CORBIN
spray pumps, spraying ma
terial and pruning tools.
Grain and mill teed.
Wenatchee Produce Co.
Good !seat!
Just tbe kind you want for
your table. Sweet, tender,
juicy. Careful attention
given to all orders, prompt
ilt livery.
Harlin Meat Co.
Two ftfark&ts
Columbia and Okanogan
Steamboat Co.
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a m
" Orondo daily 7:00 am
Entiat daily 7:30 a m
Chelan Falls daily . 11 00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 6:00 p. m
Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:20 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
Entiat daily .9:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 10.00 a. m
Arrive Wenatchee daily . . 12.00 m.
Steamer 'eaves Wenatohee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday aud Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same night.
T. A. DAVIES. Gen. Mgr
CLASSIFKD ADVERTISEMENTS
Classified ads 5 cents a line each In
sertion, minimum charge 10 cents.
GENERAL £ LACKSM ITH I NG.
Ross Brothers. Wagon Wors, Rubbei
Tires a specialf. Band Sawing.
R. W. Cutts—Practice in Fetietnl
and State Courts. Phone Farne-rn J45
O. G. Hall, Undertaker aud Funer
al Director. Mrs.C.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Frank Culp. A. T. KanpP
M. D., Griggs Block.
Wallender and McCoy, rhysieians
|and Surgeons. Forde block.
SHOES REPAIRED
Shoes mended, first class wort-
Simpson's quick repair shop. 31 We
atchee a\e. north.
HELP WANTED--FEM ALE
Wanted—Competent woman tor gen
eral housework. Apply to Mrs. Arthur
Gunu. Farmers phone 91. c 2
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT IN
AND FOR THE STATE OF WASH
INGTON, OOUNTY OF CHELAN.
In tbe dissolution of E. F. Sprague
company, a corporation.
Notice is hereby given that the E. F
Sprague company, a corporation, duly
organized under and by virtue of the
laws of the state of Washington, with
its pi i uoi pa I jjlaoe of business at We
natohee, Chelan county, Washington,
lias filed its petition in the above en
titled court, asking for an order of dis
solution of said corporation, as provid
ed by law.
That said petition will be brought
on for hea ilg upon the 9th day of
April, 190ti, at the court bouse iv We
natohee, Chelan county, Washington,
at 10 o'clock iv the morning of said
day, or as soon thereafter as counsel
Oan be heard.
Dated this 10th day of February.
190«.
Carl Christeusen,
Clerk of the (superior court, in and
for the state of Washington, county of
Cheleu.
SCHEDULE
UP RIVER
DOWN RIVER
ATTORNEYS
UNDERTAKERS
NOTICE.
FOR SALE. MISCELLANEOUS
Get op-to-dafe job printiugat Urn
Daily World office. New press, ne\f
type, high grade work.
FOR SALE REAL tSTATE
|6000 —160 acres, r > acr iv 8-jear
old orchard. 50b moretreear-j tears old,
"30 acres in alfalfa, h\.ir house and
barn, plenty of water. Ilia is an
ideal stock and fruit farm.
Eousijut't and Holm
14000—10 acres, 8 miles to Wenat
chee, ?.">o tiees, '■> aores alfalfa, lioum
and stable. Bousquet end Uoli i
FOR SALE-WENATCHEE FRUIT LAND
A bargain—five acres one and a
half miles from P. O. Small house
spring water piped ro house, 440 treoa
one aud two years old. $1,50(! cbsli,
balance ou easy terms. J. S. Mooney
and Co.
FOR SALE- - FARMS
$4500—130 acres, nearly all smooth,
10 acres of bearing orchard, IS acres
in alfalfa pasture, 3 acres iv alfalfa
meadow, mile to rural mail route,
to school and 2' 0 miles to
railroad. House of three rooms aud
good barn.
Bousqnet and Helm.
§4200 —10 acres, all fenced, 775 or
chard trees, some beginning to bear,
3 miles to SVenatcthee, good bouse aud
barn. Terms. Eousquet and Holm.
15000—20 acres all?tillahle and
smooth, iooo trees. 460 of which
are hearing. :', acres in alfalfa, only
two miles to railroad and high school.
Smill house and barn.
Bousquet and Holm.
Ten acre . it ranch, three room
house, plastered; 500 four-year oid
trees; 300 three year old trees; two and
a half acres alfalfa; packing house
with good cellar. Pi ,cc ?4,) 00, $2,
--200 cash, balance easy ♦erms. G. A.
Virtue, 30« Boston block, Seattle,
'Vrs'i.
One acre tract close in; f> room
house; water iv house; pood outbuild
ings ; close to sehnr I; a snap at $1 100,
$628 casn. balance easy terms. Ad
dress box 278, Wenatchee. Wash.
$13,500 —4,500 acres fine timber lands
and good pasture, sure to double in
value in a short time. Situated only
10 miles from Wenatchee. Tnere is
enough tanner on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bousquet and Holm.
FOR SALE--ACRE TRACTS
Five and ten acre tracts close in.
Prices and terms right. J. S. Mooney
and Co.
For Salt—s3ooo, 10 acres, 300 fruit
trees t% miles fiorc P. 0., good
locality. Bcwer and Nowlan.
I $5000, 10 acres of the finest ranch in
j the vailey. Investigate this. All set to
j trees, 1 mile from P. O.
Bower and Nowlan.
$iO()0 —A bunch of 7 lots close in
good location and fine veiw, woith
more hat mutt i c srd I.'
Bow r and Nowlan.
$'-i'>f> — 2 35-toot lots, eh»9e iv. good
view, good str e-.
Bower arid Now lan.
FOR EXCHANGZ
We have a party who owns some
tine lesidence property iv Seattle in the
Capital Hill district who wants to
exchange some for land in the Wenat
chee valley. He will assume mortg
age or nay cash difference up to $13,
--000. For further particalars address
(i. A. Virtue. 300 Boston blook. Seat
tle Wash.
FOR SALE CASHMERE PROPERTY
Sitxy aores, forty-five aores good
fruit land, 15 acres good timber 200
bearing apple and peach trees, 160
young trees two years old, 25 aores
alfalfa four miles from Cashmere
rural free delivery, school house on
property, ten room plastered honse,
fine well, large barn, 20 inch water
right under good ditohss,ooo. $3,000
cash, balance four years at eight per
cent. Address (i. A. Virtue,3o6 Boston
blork, Seattle. Wash.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
$500—House and tot 100 x 300. Will
double in price in less thau year.
Southern part of town.
Bousquet and Holm
A snap for s.nall mon»r—jroort threw
room bouse, comer lot 00 x 120 house
nearly new,, good outbuildings. Price
$025. Cash $325, balance easy terms.
Address box 278, Wenatohee, Wash.

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