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The Wentebae WirM
Published Dally Except Sunday by the WORLD-ADVANCE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Prop. RUFUS WpjQDS, Manager FRANK DALLAM, Jr. Editor Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Wenatchee Wash. Main Office—Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 1131. SUBSCRIPriON RATES. One Year, by mail, in advance. . $5.00 Six Months, by mail, in advance.s2.so Delivered by carrier, per week. . .10 TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1907. "NOT YET, BUT SOON." Symptoms are the signs that stand for conditions or things to come. When symptoms are unmis takable, the ultimate result or culmi nation is assured. The officials of the Milwaukee road have long shown signs of building a spur into the We natchee valley, and these signs are fast developing into positive symp toms. In a recent issue we made mention of the significant moves of certain officials of the Milwaukee road; since then additional and con vincing information has come to us that this company really INTENDS to build this mueh-talked-of line. Of course every community has its Doubting Thomases. And even in wide-awake Wenatchee there are croakers who won't believe that the railroad is coming until they hear the engine toot, and see the frighten ed old cows waddling from its iron path. We confess ourselves that it might be premature and inadvisable to try tp buy a ticket over the new road today—"Not Yet, But Soon." The World wishes to inoculate the comunity with the confidence which it has itself in the early advent of the new road. We are hot able to give you the "reasons why" of our as surance that the road is a certainty, but confidential information—some convincing internal and external evi dence—has come to us, and we are constrained to insist that THE MIL WAUKEE ROAD REALLY INTENDS TO BUILD ITS LINE INTO THE WENATCHEE VALLEY. A most profound sensation was A. J. LINVILLE Modern House and 6 Lots in best jiart of city. Pric*e and terms to suit anyone Vrdnting a fine home Red Apple Real Estate Co. COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK Established 1892 The Old Strong Bank Want a Bargain 12 acres situated three miles from the postoffice at Entiat. 9 acres frri: land, timber enough for family use; plenty of water; splendid nou hborhood. PRICE ONLY $2 000 if sold before April 15th. Land adjoining is held at $400 per acre. Would trade for Wenatchee residence property. James H. McGohan, Entiat, Washington created on our streets today whan it was learned that the west bound pas senger number one was on time. Such Imperative methods on "Jim's" part greatly exasperate our citizens; and they insist on being notified a week in advance of any'train which is to be run on schedule. Last night at the close of the band concert, the majority of the au dience put on their hats and walked out during the playing of "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER." It pained us to see this. But while we regret that such dis courtesy should be shown the Grand Old Flag, we feel that the slight was due more to thoughtless carelessness than to ignorance of the measure of rerpect due our national anthem. Throughout the world wherever Americans are found, the playing of "The Star Spangled Banner" is the signal for hats off and heels togeth er. The military and naval bands of other nations play it as a salute to us, even as we return the compli ment with "God Save the King," "Die Wacht am Rhein," etc., as the case may be. And it would seem that we who live under that flag, and en joy its protection and the freedom and privileges it assures, should take time on those occasions when our an them is played, to uncover and stand at respectful attention. Ask any old soldier if we are not right in tlhis contention. In Manila, Philippine Islands, the Star Spangled Banner is played on the Luneta every evening, the year around, and the men of all nations assembled in that cosmopolitan city remove their hats and remain stand ing until the last bars are finished. In fact, we have seen over-patriotic Americans push through a crowd and knock the hats from offending Fil ipinos and Chinamen who were re miss in this respect. Take off your hat and stand up when America's national anthem is played. Respect "The Star Spangled Ban ner." As "a small bolt on the door is better than none at all," so even a VERY SMALL ad. of a store is better than none at all. For "none at all" means business oblivion. If you are one of the folks who "never advertised," and who "never reads the advertisements," try to find a man somewhere who has never taken a ride on a railway train — and see if there are not many things about which your ideas are in har mony. (P. S.: Of course YOU are NOT the man we mean—and, even if Capital $100,000 C. H. CHAPMAN Wenatchee.iWash. yon ARE, don't take the above ad vice, for we have no grudge against you. Hotel Arrivals. The, following are the arrivals at two of Wenatchee's hotels for April 1, 1907: Roosevelt—P. E. Clendening, San Francisco; H. ,C. Bostick, Jaa. B. Kinne, 1909; Miss Margaret Mock, Portland; Mrs. R. C. Dodge, River side; Mrs. M. C. Rand, 1909; W. B. Price, 1909; J. F. Sanders, Spokane; F. M. Bushbig, Spokane; E. A. Jones, city. Great Northern —Frank Dana, W. J. Kendrick, Joe Grant, 1909; H. W. Robinson, E. L. Alllsberg, San Fran cisco; Geo. N. Beer, Spokane; J. W. Potter, Dayton; M. W. Scutter, Jr., Seattle; H. W. Otis, Peshastin; L. M. Tebbel, Spokane; S. L. Wolcott, Chi cago; L. J. Kintz, Oakland; L. Lath rope and wife, Leavenworth; E. L. Sanders, and wife, Spokane; J. A. Newell, Geo. F. Feeler, F. M. Dowis, 1909; Mrs. W. M. Olive, city; E. Riste, city; M. J. Wessels, Cameron, Ida., E. L. Allesberg, San Francisco; F. H. Findley, Spokane; G. H. Fitz gerald; O B. Lehman, Dayton. Satisfaction of Mortgages. Entiat Imp. Co. to Antoine Gui bert, First addition Entiat Fruit lands, lot 9, $ . Richard Griffith to N. M. Haling, Amended Central addition to We natchee, lot 1, block 1, $500. Mercantile Trust Co. to N. P. Ry., numerous land 3in twp 24, R 2u and twp 26, R 18. Mercantile Trust Co. to N. P. Ry., numerous lands in twp 25, R 20, and twp 26, R 20 and 21, 20. E. A. Wyman to W. J. Malloy, G. N. plat Wenatchee, lots 29, 30, block 41, $135. H. R. Kingman to Ellery R. Fos dick, Chelan, lots 11, 12, block 32, $1500. J. R. Taylor to R. Van Canpen, one team, $200. J. R. Taylor to Geo. J. Irland, Re plat First addition Wenatchee, lot 1, block 51, $250. Oregon Mortgage Co. to Frank Dando, sec 20, twp 23, R 20, SW % SW% and S% NW% SW%, $"600. J. A. Van Slyke to li. W. Went worth, Chelan, lots 10, 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, block 4, lots 9, iO, block 9, lots 11, 12, block 30, etc., $2000. Geo. J. Miller to Clarence Wheeler, sec 35, twp 22, R 20, N% SW.% NWy 4 , NW% NE%. W. S. Gehr and Nellie Tidmarsh to A. J. VanLandingham, hotel furni ture and fixtures in Columbia hotel, $566. Thomas P. Recce to Robert P. Himes, Powell's addition Wenatche, W% lot 2, block 1, $400. Court News Notes. Civil—E. G. Vaughn vs. August Bergman and Christina Bergman. Action to recover note in the sum of $175. Market Report. Following is a list of the Wenat chee dealers' quotations on meats, fruits, vegetables, grain, hay, feed and flour: Apples $1.00 to $1.25 Potatoes $20 to $25 Alfalfa hay $16.00 Wheat hay $20.00 Timothy $22.00 Flour, retail price, (usual discount to trade), Peach Blossom $4.60 Bran $19.00 Bran and shorts $20.00 Shorts $21.00 Wheat .. . ~65 jer bu. Chop barley $28 per ton All grain chop $30 per ton Little & Wetsel. Steers 04 Cows 03 Hogs 06% Veal (small) 04% Veal (dressed) 08 Turkeys 14 Ducks 12 Hens 13 Hides (green) 07 Hides (dry) 14 Harlin Meat Company. Steers (alive) 04 Cows 03 Hogs 07 Veal (dressed) 06 to .OS^. Hens 13 Springers 13 Turkeys 15 Ducks 15 Hides (green) 07% Hides (dry) 14 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS REMOVAL NOTICE—Dr. McCoy wishes to announce tbe removal of his office and place of residence to the Columbia Valley Bang build ing, tf WHY NOT BUY your candy at the Reading Room. H. W. RUSSELL for paper hanging. No. 22 Wenatchee avenue N. WE PAY 11 cts lb for good fat hens and spring chickens delivered at market. Little & Wetsel. FOR A LOAN oa wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age—see J S. Mooney & Co. UNION DYE WORKS, cleaning and dyeing, Farmers Phone 1251. SEEDS —Fresh flower and garden seeds at Wells and Morris. PAIXTING and tinting of all kinds done by H. W. Russell. JUST RECEIVED—CarIoad of first class steers for home consumption at Little & Wetsel's. FOR SALE—The prettiest 5 acres in Millerdale, • facing Miller street. New plastered house, % mile from postoffice. 9-1,000.00. 1-3 cash, bal ance on long time. Fuller & Rus sell. RELINQUISHMENTS —See Bower & Nowlan about that East Wenat chee homestead. WE DOCTOR THE OLD and make the new. Work in tin, iron and copper. Furnace work and roofing. The Catchall Company. EASTERN PEOPLE coming. List your property with D. Gensinger. East Wenatchee Land Man, Co lumbia Valley Bank Building SEEDS—See Wells and Morris for fresh garden seeds. FOR SALE—Two good milch cows or will trade for horse. 220 D st north. Phone Fars. 482. FARM FOR RENT by Red Apple Real Estate Company. FOR RENT—Three rooms suitable for either office or light house keeping. Farmcs Phone J665. tf Voice Culture Special attention given to cor rect breathing and proper tone production. OTIE SHEFFIELD BAILS . Studio at 317 Orondo Avenue. Lilly' s <Urd«w~Sa«ci» of all kinds, also seed potatoes, the best in town. For sale by The Central Produce Co., at the Llllis warehouse. Skating Rink Monday Night Regular Skating Tuesday Night Polo Game j Wednesday Night Club Night ' Thursday Night Regular Skating Friday Nigh. Polo Game Saturday Night Regular Skating Woman Wanted On large farm, must be good cook, strong and willing to work, do washing and ironing, hard work but big wages. Wages $10 and board per week. Apply by let ter to Mrs. X., Douglas Wash. MAN WANTED for farm work. $1.75 and board per day. For full information ap ply to C. C. Blake, Daily World office. Sa a Our \ .■-.(jjlls^ m |3}iß^,r Not a large stock but a good little stock Double Roll 10c up Ingrain Paper 35c Roll Wenatchee Bazaar Horses FOR SALE All Weights EAGLE LIVERY & TRANSFER CO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. GAIXTT, carpenter and builder. Plans and estimates furnished. 125 Methow street. DR. KIXG, office over Wenatchee Furniture Co. Farmers phone 981. FRANK CULP, M. D., A. T. Kaupp, M. D. Office over First National Bank. DR. MOAD, Office in Rosenberg bid. Office phone Frs. 503. Res. ph. 483. DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, orer We natchee Furniture Co. Phone Frs. 081. H. W ( . RCSSBLL, for , wall, paper, P*l»ts and oils, painting, paper hanging and signs. CHELAN COUNT* ABSTRACT CO., Inc., Corner Palouse and Mission streets. Wenatchee, Wash. Far's. Phone 825, Pacific States 56. SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold. Pay good prices and sell reasonably. L. A. McClure, op posite the Columbia hotel. HOUSEHOLD GOODS bought and sold by J. C. Eikelberner, corner Ist street and Columbia. Phone 121. JOHN BENNETT, professional ac countant, auditor and valuer, of ficial receiver and assignee. Par adise R. F. D., Cashmere, Wash. ■. F. SPRAGUE, Professional fun eral .director and licensed em balm sr. A graduate by years of exper ience. Farmers Phone 224. P. S. phone 23. Wenatchee, Wash. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA meets Wednesday evening in Bow er hall. Visiting Woodmen cor dially invited. Frank Baggott, clerk; R. L. Bartlett, Counsel. ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubber tires a specialty. Band sawing. IRA THOMAS, suite 1, W. T. Rarey & Co.'s building. C. G. HALL, Undertaker and funer al director. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant. Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Go; SCHEDULE Bffiective on and after Nov. t. 100« v UP RIVER Leave Wenatchee daily 5:00 a.m. " Orondo daiyl 8:00 a. m. Eatiat daily 8:30 a.m. " Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m. " Pateros daily 5:00 p.m. Arrive Brewster daily. . . .6:00 p. m. DOWN RIVER Lea\e Brewster daily ... .4:00 a. m. " Pateros daily 4:20 a.m. ' Chelaa Falls daily .8:30 a.m. Entiat daily 9:30 a.m. " Orondo daiiy 10:00 a.m. Arrive We atcLee daily.. 12:00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatchee for Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves- Bridgeport sr me night. Ask for special fol-lerj regarding O&anogan irrigation proje-t andt Lake Chelan country. B. A. WUCrOft, Gen. Mfg.