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City in Brief Buy your c-judy at the reading ino n Bes* hememade bread at Venu • c Gate For dealing felt go to Russell; nseo to hanspapei on. Money to ioan on farm iauas 01 cha"els. John A. Gellarly. A new and oorapleta line of snu dries. WeDatchee Drag Co tf Bay yoar candy at the reading rooir plenty of uew oaudy. just in. Short orders are our* specialty. Any time of the day or night. Ven dome Cafe. Jror a loan on wheat land or fruit land ranch rej?«idlt-ss of tize or age— See J. S. Maouey and Co. Yarniab for floors fres samples of chi namel at Russell *. We m*se a specialty cf chili cones*, ne at nights. Venaome Cafe A gnaranteed cure for coughs and colds Red Cross mentholated syrup of white pine tar. Red Cross Phar macy. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Vaughn enter tained Robert Kadaman at dinner j esl ci day evening. W. F. Lang came down from 'Sky line this morning on a short busi ness trip. R. I). Sapp of Waterville spent a few hours in the city this morning. Li. C. Carter of Chelan was a visi tor to this city yesterday. Guy C. Browne made a trip to his ranch west of town on Saturday af ternoon. Train No. 1 was annulled yester day and both east and west bound trains were very late in arriving last night, probably on account of the heavy snows in the mountains. J. J. Browne, rather of Guy C. Browne, arrived on Saturday even ing from b t »okane and spent Sunday place. Mr. Gouchnour, who has been ill or a few days, is now able toshrdlu for a few days, is now very much im proved and is able to be out again. Ed Seaman,' who is well known as a chef in this city, is at present in Louisville. Kentucky, spending some time visiting with his mother. Mr. Seaman will return to this place in about four weeks. Miss Jessie Wilson, chief operator for the Farmers Telephone company, went to Cashmere on the noon train Saturday and spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Banker. Mrs. Banker is quite ill at her home at Cashmere. Guy Roderick, who has been spend ing the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Roderich at their home on Walla Walla street, re turned to Seattle on Saturday even ing. Mr. Roderick is employed by the Seattle Harness and Collar com pany. Miss Christine Murray, who has V" 1 ; ""id:, g tha holidays with her iv»re: ' , Mr. • "d Mrs. Alex Murray ;it their ranch west of town, left on the noon train for Cashmere, where she spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mis. E. F. Stowell. From there she will go to Seattle where site has a position as teacher in the Seattle schools. HELP! We must have help 10 reduce our New Line ot Goods Our shelves'are overcrowded|with ITmost complete liae*of pharmaceu- Wenatchee "Drug Company S. O. MoOREADY, Prop. For sab)— Bast of building Hand Enquire of Ed. H<\rdman one mile Sontii of Wenatchee, Facial massage, treatment of dand ruff aud falling hair. Mrs. J. E. j Mills, Room t> Rosenberg block. j Go to Bixler's new studio, where : you will get fine photos that pleased '■ everybody. First street North. Boarders and roomers wanted at ' 211 Washington street. For artist's colors and brushes go to Russell. Furnished room for rent, gentle j man preferred. Will give breakfast. | 220 f> street north. e-12-31 | I will trade the following for a ! $2500 Wenatchee property: IGO A. good land, 5 miles fr.om county seat, fair buildings, good water, 60 A. cul tivated, 30 a. fenced, balance will cut from '40 to 60 tons good hay. School and telephone. Address the owner, Box 24, Towner, X. D. 12-2 9 j Wanted to rent —Small house. Ap ply Columbia Hotel. 12-2 L* Remnant sale of wall paper begins I January Ist. 1907 at Russell's. j FOR RENT—2 or S unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply 1 World office. S. S. Mars w-nt to Cashmere Sat urday evening to spend Sunday at that place. H. J. Olive went to Cashmere on Saturday evening to spend Sunday at i his home there. Invitations have been issued for a ' New Year's ball to be given this evening at Mooney hall, and con sequently there wfll be no skating ! this evening. A number of the University stu dents, who are spending the holidays at their homes here, formed a sleigh ride party and spent Saturday even ing driving about the town and val ley. The pulpit at the Baptist church was occupied yesterday by Rev. J. YV. Tanner, since Rev. Edwin O. Jes sup was unable to fill his appoint ment owing to severe illness. Mr. Jessup is confined to his rooms at the home of Clark Cox on A street and is under the care of Dr. Blake. The Ladies chorus, under the di rection of Mrs. Kathryn Hayne. ren dered the music at the Baptist church last evening. A good deal of work had been expended to make the con cert a success and the music was greatly appreciated by all present. The chorus has sung at a number of ♦he churches of the city heretofore and will continue to render these sacred concerts dining the winter. Mrs. Eliza Compbell of Jamestown, North Dakota, and Alfred Switzer, of Black Hills, South "Dakota, sister and brother of D. J. Switzer of Che lan, arrived on the morning train Saturday from Spokane where they have been visiting relatives for some time and left on the boat yesterday morning for Chelan where they will visit with the family of Mr. Switzer. They have not seen their brother for twenty-six years and will make an extended visit. During c elr stay in the they were entertained at the home of their nephews, H. P. and J. J. Alex Switzer. Wenatchee Theater Starting Monday Night DECEMBER 31st for one week Frank K. Daniels Go. in Repertoire Opening Rill SHERLOCK HOLMES or a STUI>YIX S C A R h E T SPECIAL SCENERY GOOD SPECIALTIES PRIC KS—23-35-50 rent s. Children in gallery 15c. Seats now on sale at McCREADY'S DRUG STORE. Our train has arrived, our goods are here. The celebrated Packard hand painted China. Cut glass of the finest makes, at right prices. All the new things in jewelry, etc. Howard Thomas Graduate of the Philadelphia Optical College. Geo. H. Ellis is confined to his home today on account of illness. The Wenatchee Furniture com pany received a car of furniture from the east this morning. The ladies will serve oysters and lunches at the reading room on New Yeats day. Come and help them. Fuller & Russell this morning pur chased from A. C. Searles of Twisp some residence property on Poplar street. SPECIAL NOTICE -Skating New Years afternoon i to New Years night 7 to 10 and 10 to 11:30—two sessions. tf The Roosevelt hotel gave a New Years dinner yesterday evening. An elaborate menu had been prepared and the dinner was well attended. The Ladies Aid society of the' Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. E. M. Alien on Wednesday af ternoon. Officers for the coming year will be elected. Dr. and Strs. Dennis W. King will ntertain in honor of Mr. and Mrs t. R. Yanghn and family at theii, home on C street at three o'clock to morrow aft rhfton. j Mr.' and Mrs. F. W. Arnold will I give a sleighing party this evening and will entertain the guests at their i home west of town after the sleigh : ride has ended. I Harvey Mills of the Mills flab ft- I dashcry left this afternoon for his I home at Roslyn, Wash., w here be ! will spend ten days visiting with his i parents at that place. j Ed .lone.? of the C. & O. Steamboat J [company is now visiting with his j parents at Milliord. Illinois, nod will [return to resume his ditties with Ike ! company in about four weeKS. George hail entertained a number !of his friends at dinner at ,iis home • ion First Btreei North on Thursday j evening. Those present were Fred [Crollard and Walter Thomas of the | State University. Ira Collier, Ralph I Shotwell and Clifford Godfrey. On account of the theater being occupied this Week the High School Athletic association has secured the use of the Mooney hull during the day time this week and a regular practice in basketball will be carried on. Mr. Grot Orlandie of the Wenat chee Skating Rink will give a hand i some silver cigar case as a prize to [ the best gentleman waltzer at the i Mooney hall this evening. The prize jis now on exhibition at Howard \ Thomas' jewelry store, i Mrs. Kathryn Hayne entertained i the .junior members of her music j classes at Iter home on D street on i Friday afternoon. The class is known |as the K. M. H. club. Thirteen of [the Juvenile members enjoyed the [hospitality of Mrs, Hayne during .he |.afternoon. The ladies of the Baptist church wil serve the third annual New V•; ts church dinner at the church torn r row at twelve o'clock. All the at tendants of the Baptist church and all members of the faith in •„ is city are cordially Invited. In lie titer noon the annual reunion will be held i and the afternoon will i c devoted [to religious exercises. i SPECIAL NOTICE- For the bei, --j efit of those working until 10 p. m. the slutting rink will remain open until 11:30. F. L. Warren of the Pacific States Telephone company, who has been at Bridgeport and in the upper country for the past, two weeks, working in the interests of his company, came down on the boat Friday noon and left Saturday morning for Spokane. FARMERS and MERCHANTS BANK Capital $50,000 COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK Established 1892 The Old Strong Bank FAIR GROUNDS To be placed on the market Wednesday, January 2, 1901 Three-Quarter Acre Tracts with Water Right. For Sale by Fuller & Russell and alt iocal REAL ESTATE FIRMS POLITE SKATING - at Wenatchee's Skating Rink on:\ KVEJtIi XK.HT 7 TO 10 ADMISSION, 10c. SKATES, 25c. SPECIAL NOTICE—New Years Ni-h; from 7to It) and 10 to 11:30—Two Sessions. W. H. Davison of Waterville spent Sunday in this city. H. n. Hall of Monitor is in the city today transacting business. A. R. Dickson and A. Guibert of Waterville were in the i ity yesterday. W. M. Dickey of Fairbanks, Alas ka, is registered at the (Jit eat Nor thern. Koy Basis of .Monroe spent Satur day transacting business at this place. .Miss Mabel Bennett of Leaven worth was a visitor to this city on Saturday. .1. H. Kline was over from his home at Bellingham j sterday an 1 spend the day at this place. W. K. Skiles ot Kettle Falls was in the city yesterday and was regis tered at the Great Northern. .1. A. Navarre of Toledo, Ohio, is a new arrival in the city and is regist ered at the Great Northern. F. W. Vollmer of Chelan was a vis itor to this place on Saturday and was a guest at the Great Northern. W. D. Richards of Big Timber, Montana, was a visitor to this city on Saturday and was registered at •he Great. Not thorn. Miss Fay Sheriff, who is seriously [ill with St. Vitus d.vice at her home on Okanogan avenue, is somewhat improved, although not yet out of | danger. Ralph Woods, at attorney of Ta [corns and a prominent member of the "Booster's Cluli' - of that city, is;re:it yesterday in the ••ity visiting Ihis brother, Rufus Woods. Mr. aud Mrs. E. 11. McPherson, who have been visiting at the horn? of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Wells on Che lan avenue south, during the holi days, have returned to therr homt in Seattle. W. S. Taylor, mail carrier on R. F Of Wenatchee Capital $100,000 D. No. 2, is quite ill at his honv Bnrch Flat with la grippe. H Caniker, substitute carrier, is ta the mail cm the route during tin ness of Mr. Taylor. A family reunion will be hei the home of Mr. and Mrs. t»e McCana on Nob Hill tomorrow. Celebrate New Years day by tag dinner at. the Yendome Cat Mis. L. Richardson of Moni, in the ( ity today on a shopping C. D. Mr Roy. a commission of North Yakima, is in the city on business connected with his John Crow] of the Wenatchee ! duce company went to Malaga o | night wain Saturday to take a ventot y of stock in the couap I i warehouse at that place. I>. Censinger has rented a tot ! tin c; >t basement of the new c< jbia bank building and where h .open a real estate office as so. j the 1 ascauut is finished, j Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Collier « itained Ralph and Lyman Slu land George hail and Miss Sara i man at dinner yesterday. I M iss Jessie Bqrdiek ai rired • |afte noon train on Saturday \el) on, B. c. and j. t vi.dt lag fcrents in i},is city [on ; Mrs. Haroce Williams cam< Ibt i Seattle on Saturday at: UN ;>r .this place by Mr. Wi .wi i came down from Chelan da . They are visiting at the h< Mi. and Mrs. C. E. Bowersox [Wdliams has been con i >cte,: th-- EllhvForde Co.'s, store at i e\er since the establishment store at. that place. Mr. am Williams will go to Lew Idaho, to make their home Wiliams will engage in'bush i bbt place. Wenatchee, Wash.