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W. Dwlgbt McCauglii y. tenoher of music, farmer*, phone 316. J. E. Or. 1 an i B?n Spear of Water* villeaie i:i the oity CU busiaess. For Longtime fa:m leans apply to J S. Mooney J. A. Siddell ami wife of Pheshaatin are in tlie city visitiug with Mr. an;l Mis. .7. S. Mooney. §7.75 hays a ton of el?an full weight Roelya onal. Oatohall store, 3tf Wenatchee Aye North. Farmers 'Phone 424. E. K. Muchsicler of Pethastin was a city visitor yesterday. Send your money hy hank draft. See Oolnbmis Valley Bank ad icr A. J. Mills. Earl Himaan and Ira Freer of Ousiimero were in tiie city yesteiday on business- Wanted —A lady roomer, use of , oath and piano. Apply at World J office. H. X Featberstone of Leavenworth \ was ia the city yesterday transacting land business ia tlie auditor's of!i.?e. j Go to Palace Restaarnant for the best meal in town, everything clean. For Sale—A span ot horses aud harness at Arrow Livery oarn. :it U 20, T. J. Perry of Taeonia is in the city looking over property with a \iew| to locating in the valley. Send your money by Dank draft Bee Columbia ValLv Bane ad for j rates. F. A. Rogers has applied for mem- i bership to the Commercial dab. 'iloney to loan on tarrns or chntt. 1?. j J ohu A. Gellatly. Marriage license was granted yester- j day to ITarrv Martin, M." I)., and, Miss Dora Gerry both of Casnmere. I Com uienciug at once we will supply Beelyn 'amp and nat coal. J. ::. Ferry m in. c tf Fred Spinning of Itivetsi ie passed through Wenatchee this morning boand j for tbe sound. Mr. Spinning has leas- j ed a place there for a term of live years and as soon as he can ae*t iv it shape will moTe his -family there. Re has a line fartn in Okanogan county. There is being erecred i:i Qnincy a new brick hotel ia the recent addition to the town. The hotel Will be 60x90 i feet with basement and will be steam- heated. August Salberg and' son are the balden and owners. A special meeting of the Fraternal -Brotherhood wai held last evening in the parlor of the Colombia hoteL The meeting wns for the parpose of obliga ing new members and to make arrange merits for the regular meeting to be held on the md of March in the L O. U. P. halL Mrs. JuiiiA. Underwood of Seat tle, is ii Wenatchee for a fee) days to look aft: r her extensive real estate holding net ■. C. F. Cbatman, ten months age bought a ten acre tract a mile and a halt west of the city, j a} ins: \ . 500 for it. He sola the property yestetday tor, sidence for $850. Fonr montha i;go he paid $450 for the property. A nrarding house is being up by F. C. 3mith on the tbe property he recently purchased on Mission street. PRE SCRIPTIONS Much has been said on this subject. But after all, the best reasons we can offer why you should come to us are that we enjoy the complete confidence of our large list of patrons aid of the medical fraternity. We use only the highest grade drugs purchasable and carefully check every prescription. < >ar prices are exactly fair. WENATCHEE DRUG CO. S. C. McCREADY, Prop. Oolombia Valley Bank i-sues drafts on all parts ot tho wond. Mrs. P. J. ?Ti 11 left for Moi.itor yes terrlay t* joia ber family. Shoes mended, hist class work- Simpson*! quick repair shop. :3l We- Johanna So ill van ot Cashmere was ia the city today visiting frtend*. Oolarabia Valley Bank issues drafts all parts of the world- Miss Lizzie Brown of Quincy was in the city •bopping yesterday. Dr. aimed* J. Mo Call, Osteopathic puysician. Offices over Wiener' a store W. Johnson of Trinidad spent yes terday Wenatchee en business. .1. I). Logan and W. L. Weston of Wat- erville wen? transacting bus-i'iess ia Wenatchee today. Edwin N. Cooke and Lylp Maude Ingersnll, both of Lune Uock ware granted a license to wed this morning. H. E. Cart of Leavenworth was a visitor iv the city yesterday. J. If. Sokolik of Quincy is in We natchee today. Wanted —A girl at the Park Hotel. p 3 S6 F. F. KELLER. Griggs Blook. Real Estate and Insurance. Headquarters for timber, wheat, graz ing aud frnit lands, town lots and resili ences. See him before purchasing. At Leavenworth yesterday there was r. public meeting held by the citizens of that place to decide on the disposi tion of tne eld school property. This property consists of 1» acres in the heart pi tne town'and,ii very valuable It was decided at the meeting to sell the property at pnblie auction, the proceeds to co to ward the erection of tbe new brick building whioh is to be ■onstracted next summer. Services in the M. E. tbnrch will be held at tbe usc.il hoar on Snuoay. Slornids; sabject—"The New Creature "Tne Dangers of Privilege. " Ail are cordially invited to attend. L. B. B nfus, pastor. T. A. Davies' sifter from Chicago, is visitidg her brother. J. C. Davis, 8. Saeh and Jack Smith of Leavenworth were in the city yester lav. Mr. Moon, a prominent contractor of that ci'.r was in Wenatchee on im- portnni business yesterday. Mr. Moon is oontempiatiug ths erection of a con crete bail ii'itr block manufactory. Excavating all over the city has been hindersd a pieit deal recently by the wet, warm weather. The A. O. U. W. lodge met in re -31 lar ■essini last evening. Fha re igi lnr bnrinesa of the lodge was tran- mated and a delegate to the Grand ! Lodge which will he in session about the first of April it; Bellinghnm, was named. Sir. Chas. Vogeler was elect ed as their representative. Dancing : and cards srera enjoyed and a hi:e supper served, covers being laid for A daiuty lunoh was served at 12 o'clock. Those present were: Misses Madge Coshi ig, Mary and Eisie Mor ris, Dorothy Sebeble, jAlta Clayton, Hazel Wells. Tilly Renter, Agnes Ban ley, Molly Morrisonand Georgia Sand ers. .Miss Veda Noble, who is teaching th • Stemilt school wa3 iv tha city siiopi iug this morniag. Mrs. s. c. BfoEldowney i« in the city visitit'.g her sister. Mis. Mc- Cready. F. Smith has ncepted a position i with the Northern Paolfio railroad as express messenger. Mr. Smith will leave Wenatchee for Seattle Monday and will take up his duties on March 1. His ran will be between Seattle and Butte, Mont. RACE OVER ICE W!TH FRESH EGGS FOR DAWSON Per.tt le, Feb. —There will be an egg war in Dawson. Dawson men i now in the city are about to engage in | a mad scramble over the ice with a lot of fresh egcs, and tlie first to arrive jin ia the northern camp will, of \ course, be able to reulize handsomely jon his venture. ilt is estimated that Dawson will be ! able to use about 750 cases of eggs 'be j tween now and the opening of naviga tion, niH the merchants will take in fully 1500 ca-t s. R. L. Viui •>(», Duncan Gliaw, Peter Jaskaoa, an i ■ number of others arc now ia Seattle ready to take essa north. M.ihga. y»b. 2a.-— Isaac .lames same cp from Lanrcssc t° ' after his ranch Bear here. He returned to G. R. Brobeek and family nr.oved into th.eir new house on the ranch re cently parol ased by Joseph Green of Delia Mi 11 ci left today for Leaven worth r) visit old friends a tew days. Mrs. P. O. Vaal is seriously ill. An c MeMullen and son or Stemitt hill braved the mad rind ma tie a trip to Wenatchf>e Thursday. Mr?. Samuel Guli.k is quire ill with neuralgia. While moving into nil new house Thomas Sruith ran a splinter into his thumh teariug the whole nail of his thumb from the bone. It caused Mr. Smith a great deal ol pam and v>ill lay bin up for a time. F. R. and F. T. Hannr.n of Enitint were the guests rf their old liieuds L M. Detifield and famtly, Wednes day night. They nre thinking of locat ing in t! is vi initv. Peter Peloquiu is moving his liouse bold effects into thle Isaac James house, having leased tie ranch tor the] I. 51. Derifield is attending the Masonic bsnqnet at Wenatchee. Dr. Prank Cnlp yesterday returned | from a short bn»in*ss trio to Seattle. Schco! Election Next SaUiiday The regular annual (school election will tuk" place next Saturday al he 1 Whitman school. School directors will ba elected and women will real- 1 ! lowed to vote No registrar, i,re- DISCOURAGE MATRIMONY | Mahoney <iity, Pa , Feb. 24.—The, Bachelors' Amn»einent society of t'orstown. an ssstciation of yonng men formed t-r the parpoae of die-j Iconragiug raatrinieny. Was organized I last night in fciosacfc liall, where the, j bachelors were "isited by a d< legation ' ofspitsters desirous of securing operation in the organization of tbe I Old Maid's Aaxilliury. The request ot j | the spinsters was'refused. The Bachelors' Amusement sccierv I denies tne right of all members to I ... . ■. .■ . ij , .1 llirt, npl?. talk, walker hold lianas j with persons of the opposite sac Before a oandidate shall he admitted jto membership be is reqaiien to sub- Bribe t'> the following oath : I swear or affirm that I will never ; ; marry while a member of the club, and tbat I wilt sign a petition to be! I sent to congress urging the adoption! i of a law limiting marriage to tie heal- j i thy nnd wealthy." President Adams in hi? teeent ad dress said:, "Ohoily can pay tne car [fares, sisfj esn sing Die love songs;] i our nor so wm, me, gentlemen, TJ I they [have no brains. Have yoa everj | beard a sissy? They tain ot love, howl |it thrills their very souls, of how in j rhe stillnpjs ot the midnight boat \is ; ions of a lovely tpce rise up in their i lia bat a paaetime for fools, and they j are bus;, gentlujaen. "What is woman that we shcolrt adore ber? Wny should we support her? If woman must live let ber earn thai living herself—we who are living iv an ace of softies, pink teas and soci ables. They may call you a [cheap sport, or say that you are to ugly any how; hut mind tnem not, for they are tut compliments from a jealous niiua. "1 conclusion, I would say, stick to this society, observe and keep its by laws, save yocr money, and when you □re old and gray, instead of being boss ed around by sassy children, you will be happy and contented " Noah's Light—What kind of a light did Noah have in the ark? asked the fat man at the boa-d ing honsa table. Are light! shoutid a dozen voices at once. No, replied the fat man, with a smile: you are must remember that the are light was not invented then. Water gas? suggested the thin man as he finished his prone. Wrong, answered the fat man. We'll give it up, replied several. Why, he had two tapirs. GET READY \ GETBUSY" P E A R Li P H 0 L C 0 M B In a very short time the Wenatchee Valley will very ranch resemble a hive of Busy Have you taken advantage of the quiet season to look up yonr spring want. -Better come in today ant? se c our splendid line of new things. New Dress Goods A strictly new line of wash goods in calicos, uincrhanis, outings, per- cales, zephyrs, etc. Newest things in ribbons, Embroideries, laces, belts, Ladies' C loves in Kid. bilk and Cotton A New, Bit? Line of Ladies' Waists :ASK TO SEE THEM V&rsk Drafts Cheapest way to send money ■ '/Ma ValSey Bank Issues draftson all parts of tlie world X 'raits up to $10 5c " $10 to $50...10 c " $50 to $75...1.5 c " $75 to $100 20c Farmers ana Merchants Bank OF WENATCHEE, WASH. Capital - - $2G,00C Surplus - - $2,500 General banking business. Correspondents' Bank o' California, Seattle Angio-Callfornia bank, San FrancUco| Chase National banK, I\ew York. First National bank, Chicago. J. M TOMPKINS, Pres. R. F. LEWIS, V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier Frenzied Finance Hard Hit New York, Fbe. .24.—Wa1l street to day re rards the recommendation of the insurance committee, that the in surance companies be prohibtied from invesfi-ig in collateral trust bonds, as one of the hardest blows at one of the most effective forms of modern finance. Cashmere Silks, Henrietta, Sateens and other equally popular patert Corsets, satin girdles, and Full iengtli stj'les Easiest #?.-!.'©» of Fot _.-\ i iJnaflz- en ',:~..'cst/cn All persons sowing themselves idoi't ed to me please prepare to make la - mediate settlement. O. E. Grahan . Having decided to leave WehTttchet, "t am offering for sale lot 13, block it lot -15 and 16, block 10 and lots 32 and 3?, blocs 31, all in G. N. plat ri'.sb hold fnrnitnre. call at house ot cal. up Farmers phone 314. O. E. Graham. p c A k l p H O L C o M B Safest Notice.