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The Wenatchee Work'
Published daily except Sunday by the World-Advance Publishing Company. Rufus Woods. . . Editor and Manager Main Office—Business and Editorial, Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phono 1131. . Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Wenatchee. Wash. Subscription Rates. One Year by mail, in advance. .$.".00 Six Months by mail, in advance. 2.r>o Delivered by carrier, per week .10 Notice to Advertisers. To insure insertion of display ad vertising copy must reach the World office not later than 11 o'clock; class ified advertising will be accepted un til 1:30 p. m. R. J. ROCKEY, ADVERTISING IN LOCAL NEWS PAPERS. At the Lumbermen's convention j at Minneapolis last week, "The' Value of a Local Newspaper as an j Advertising Medium" was set forth 1 earnestly in a paper by M. L. Sa ley of the American Lumberman. In part Mr. Saley says in nis paper: "Every member of this associa tion who runs a yard in a town in Which there is a local paper needs the friendship of that paper every hoar. He needs not only its friend ship, but as a business proposition he needs its advertising columns. Is it significant that every individual dealer who has arisen to lofty heights of success n.-is been au ad vertiser and I will name right hack to you ii man whoso education was not received in the modern school of merchandising. Maybe you know . what kind of an advertiser Bloomer; of Nebraska was and nOtwithstand-*] ing you might condemn his meth ods, what kind of an advertiser Ha fer of lowa is. Then there is Propst of Illinois, Cross of Ohio, j Pane of Conecticut—and I could name others by the score. Were he not so modest that it would jar him ' I could name a dealer who is sitting with us here, who a few years ago, established a yard in one of the larg er towns in the territory of this as sociation, whose competitors were old and rich and who today is show ing them all the way—and he is an advertiser for your life. "Policy means prudence, wisdom Of action, and for a few minutes I " satisfaction or money refunded" Holcomb's Good Goods Gain Good Will Apply This to Our Different Coffees Golden Gate Dependable Crescent Cream D. E. Steel Cut Eexo and Beacon Blend in 51b pails. Guaranteed Quality. PEARL P. HOLCOMB 'phone 941 want to talk on the policy of adver- 1 j tising in connection with the mail- I order house problem. These houses | serve not only to cripple your bust- | < j ness, but that of every other mer-; I [chant, and our most powerful ally, [ ; jif treated in a way to gain its ser- j vices, is the local newspaper. Pri- j < marily its interests are with the 11 town, where it is justified in looking i for it, it will get it elsewhere. The j | local paper is an educator. It will < talk for the interests of its town, ! ; and oftentimes it will have an exclu- ! sive audience, as there are farmers i who subscribe to no other papers." | 1 II THE OPEX RIVER MOVEMENT. M The movement for an open Colum- , < bia river seems to be gaining mo- | 1 mentuni. and if the present efforts . 1 now being made along these lines be j 1 continued, there is now no question : but that in a very few years the end 1 may be attaineu. i The question of a dam at Rock ! 1 Island Rapids is not such a compara- . ( tively big undertaking as it at first j' seems. The work on the Ohio rive" ' is but the result of a combined effori 1 on the part of the people of the sev eral cities along the river. The dam across the rapids at 1 Rock Island and a lock or I wo at < 1 the same place may be secured if j' the proper move is made. All that \ is needed is a united effort. Here j is a question for ihe members of the • 1 ure out and to decide as to their I course of action. NOT V HARD-HEARTED WORO. i This is not such a cold old world to live in after all. The result of the article in last night's World to the effect thai a woman was suffering immediately called forth the sympa thies of the community, and that she is now being well cared for is a fact jj that is a pleasure to chronicle. "One touch of nature makes the whole i world kin," and let it he sickness or j 1 misfortune there is a chord of sym pathy which only needs to be touched I' to make it peal forth the music of i 5 the human heart. j 1 Way THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1908. Five Cents per line for each insertion. Count five average words for each line. Combinations of figures or initials count as one word. Spe cial rates on ads running for one week or longer. Minimum charge 25 cents. Try Once Never Try Any Thing Else 6 Wen. Aye. I The balm of sympathy miglu OltteS better be applied during life instead iof waiting till it is too late, in this | conection someone has written th • ; following, which seems particularly ; appreciable at this time: Do not keep the alabaster boxes ; iof your love and tenderness sealed up until your friends are dead. Fill their lives with sweetness. Speak ap proving, cheering words while theii ears can hear them; the kind things you mean to say when they are gone, say before they go. The flowers you : mean to send for their coffins, send to i brighten and sweeten their homes ! before they leave them, if my friends | have alabaster boxes laid away, full > lof fragrant perfumes of sympathy j and affection, which they intend to J break over my dead body, I would j rather they would bring them out in ! Imy weary and troubled hours, and 1 open them, tha. T may be refreshed j and cheered by them while I need | them. I would rather have a plain j coffin without a flower, a funeral ; ; without an eulogy, than a life with ! out the sweetness of love and sym- I pathy. Let us learn to anoint our ! j friends beforehand for their burial. • i Post mortem kindness does not cheer I i the troubled spirit. Flowers on the ! coffin cast no fragrance backward j over life's weary way. j The moat complete line of Hot Wa- 1 iter Bottles, Syringes and Rubber; j Goods in the city a r the Wenatchee I Drug Co.*** , j I entiat items j Harvest lev Crop tlt is Week.—Man] j Small Accident*.—Pedro Fed eration Meets. The smallpox scare is all o>er, and '■ the deputy health officer has gone to' ' pastures new. No smallpox in the ' 1 valley and Games is at liberty I again. Rev. Pontias of the Menuonite [church is holding a protracted meet- j j ing at the Games' school house with 1 a goodly attendance each night. Last Wednesday evening the Pc , dro Federation met at the home of ! Mr. and Mrs. Foxworthy with a full attendance. A fine meeting was ! held winding up with the usual f'\tst. Those present were Kings, Moodys, Cowans, Knapps, Mills, Bolts, Wisdoms. Spencers, Preston, ; and a lot more too numerous to men tion. I Bradford Russell and family, who have been visiting in the valley, have . gone to their home in the Methow j valley. Nearly every one for the past week has been busy filling i/e ice houses preparatory to keeping cool next summer. _ i There has been quite a chapter of accidents the past week, without any I serious results, however. I Mr. Platter, while engaged in cut- | - ting ice on the mill pond, walked ] off into a hole where the ice had I been cut the day before. The fact that he was a good swim-1 mer was all that saved his life. Out-1 j side of a good ducking and a few scratches about the hands and face he was uninjured. Jimmy Barwell also fell into deep water with a huge cake of ice he was carrying. He was wet all over except the hair on top of his head. Norm Cannon had what might have been a serious accident if he I hadn't had a gentle team. Norm has constructed rather a unique cut-'. ter with runners after the fashion 1 of the rockers on a char, and it might well be called a bob sled, for j it is continually bobbing when in j motion. While Norm was out rid-1. ing with one of his school manns the other day, on. starting down I rather a steep little pitch it bobbed 1 forward precipitating Norm and the > schoolmarm into the snow, one on j each side of the team. With his natural gallantry he was soon on I the other side of the sled to help her I up, but his natural modesty got the ! 1 upper hand, and he turned his back j i and looked the other way while she j i extricated herself from the snow drift. "The numbers on the Lecture Course are always good." Yes, you have heard that before. Next num ber Friday evening, February 7, at Wenatchee Theater.*** 2-7 Mrs. O. E. Loving and l'ttle daugh ter are spending the week at Soap Lake Sanitarium. F. A. McGuin, postmaster and Bierchant of Bonita, who also has a .—.neb and by profession is a civil en einee\ r.rrived for a visit here yes .e-day. All members of the A. O. U. W. and the D. of H. are hereby invited to attend the social given by the members after lodge Friday evening. Feb. 7. GENERAL DIRECTORY. United. States Senators— Levi Ankeny, S. H. Pil?s Congressmen— W. L. Jones, F. W. Cushman W. E. Humphrey. State Officers. Aitorney-Genefi! . . J. D. AikhßPC 1 Governor Albert E. Mead Lieut.-Governor C. E. Coon Auditor C. W. Clausen Secretary of State . . . .S. H. Nichols Treasurer George Mills Classified Ads WANTED. AGENTS WANTED — Wonderful I Oregon Evergreen Blackberry; | enormous bearer; one vine sup-! plies family; large delicious ber-j ry; bonanzt for agents and grow ers. Write for information. Ever- j green Berry Co.. 173 South Cot tage street, Salem, Oregon. tf WANTED people to know that we sell candy. The Reading Room, j TEAMS to haul wood at $3.50 per! cord. Inquire at Ross's shop j SCHOOL BOYS WANTED every lit tle while for mail routes and for folding papers. Leave names at the World office. ESTRAYED. TAKEN IP—Red heifer, with white I face. Owner may have same by proving property, paying for the feed and this ad. Call up World i ' office. j LOST—Blanket wi h twr r'i' Mnd ; Finder phone -Geo. Farwell or I leave at World Office. Phone 595. j. ! - LOST—Child's Fur Neck Piece. Re-| turn to World Office. 2-7 i I - - i LOST—Hand Satchel, containing! ! embroidery, - pair of glasses, some I small change. Geo. W. Blair, tf! ORCHARDISTS. i ORCHARD PRCXTNQ by a man 1 with 12 years' experience in or chard work; am a practical prun er, not a wood butcher. H. E. Eastman. Phone 1101. RENT ADS. i FOR RENT —Nice furnished rooms: i hot and cold water, electric light,;) ! bath. Phone 1522. 250 Wenat- I chee avenue. 3-5 FURNISHED ROOM; close in; at 126 1 Caelan aye. north. Phone 242. 2-12 ! 1' FOR RENT —5-acre farm, 1% miles', west of postoffice; 5-year-old trees; rent must he cash. See owner, M. B. Jackson. 2-11 FOR SALE—Horse, harness and wagon. Apply M. B. Jackson. j 2-11 ] FOR RENT —3-room furnished I house for owner's board. Apply Bliss Pearl Geery, 234 Mission st 2-7 i FOR RENT—Rooms for light house j keeping at 527 Orondo avenue, or j apply to C. F. Ogilvje at Eagle Transfer Barn. 2-7 FOR RENT—S-room Cottage, 1 j block from Department Store. L. H. Belser. FOR RENT—One modern furnished room; heated. Apply 129 North Mission. tf 1 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS wanted every little while. If you have any to rent here is the place to adver tise them In tbe want column. t FURNISHED ROOM for gentlemea. ] Apply 320 X St. or phone 723. OSTEOPATHS. DR. J. W. STRAiTON, Osteopath Bower block. Phone 4.7s.Scientific cures. Pleased to diagnose cas< FOR SALE. $100,000 in gilt edg? Seattle prop erty to exchange for Wenatehe and vicinity fruit farms and lands. E. E. Littlefield Realty Invest ments, Seattle, Wash. 1-6 Land Commissioner ...E. W. Ross 'School Superintendent..R. B. Bryan 1 Supreme Judges— . H. E. Hadley, R. O. Dunbar. W. Mount, Mark A. Fullerton, F. H. Rudkin, H. D. Crow, M. A. Root. Count Officers. I Superior Judge R. S. Steiner j Joint Senator Arthur Cunn iR presentative J. J. King j Auditor John Godfrey Sheriff R. P. Webb | Prosecuting Attorney ... .H. Crass j Treasurer C. E. Buttles Cietk J. Leigh Campbell 'Assessor M. P. Spencer j School Supt E. C. Bowersox (Surveyor I. A. Navarre I Coroner Dr. H. A. Saunders | Commissioners— W. A. Sanders, H. W. Otis, Jos. Darnell. City Officers. Mayor Jno. A. Gellatiy , Councilm n— A. A. Bousquer, F. D. Case. H. R. Parshall. M. G. Russi. L. H. Belser. Chas. Wildberger, C. E. Buttles. Treasurer .1. E. Graves ! Clerk Sam R. Sumner ! Police Judge J. B. Palmer (Chief of Police J. E. Ferguson Water Commissioner.. P. Sherburne City Engineer Roy Zahren Street Commissioners. .J. W. Sussex ! Health Officer A. T. Kaupp ■ School Board— i Jno. A. Gellatiy. H. C. Little ij field, Chas. Kyle. SETTING HENS for sale, $1.00; Barred Rock Pullets, $1; Cocker els, $1.50; best laying strain; Buff Orpington eggs in season. F. W. Arnold, 6 North D Street. 2-23 FOR SALE—OId bawdust; enough to pack 17 tons of Ice. Phone 3211. 2-5 FINE FUTURE FOR FRUIT in Ida ho irrigated lands. Prices low; soil excellent; water plenty. Call upon or write to R. C. McKinney, Wtiser, Idaho. 2-13 FOR SALE—A new, modern house of S rooms, suitable for large fa mily or for person desiring to rent rooms; liberal terms. Inquire of Mrs. Sarah Clapp, 220 Pensylva nia avenue. 1< FOR SALE—Barred Rock Pullets, $1; Cockerels, $1.50; best laying strain; setting hens, $1; Buff Or pington eggs in season. F. W. Arnold, 6 North D Street. 2-23 TYPEWRITER, almost new, for sale at a bargain. Phone 1131. tf IIAV FOR SALE—Alfalfa, timothy or wheat hay; any quantity delh ered to any part of town or valn y. L. V. Wells. Tel. No. SO3. tf OLD PIPERS FOR SALE at the World office. The very thing to put under your carpets. Also handy wrapping paper. Inquire World ofQce. PHYSICIANS DOCTOR McCOT. General rtictic*. Columbia Valley Bank Buih'ing. DR. FRANK CULP. Office In Gr-ggi Block, phone No. 115. DENTISTS DR. HUTCHINSON, uentlst. over We natchee Furniture Co. Phone Fr* 981. DR. CAMERON. Dentist, Rosenbui> Block, Wenatchee. Washington. SPECIALISTS. DR. J. V. LEMON Rye and Nerve Specialist—All ner vous chronic conditions a specialty. DREGLESS MFTHODS. FOR REMOVING THE CAUSE. Office rooms 1 and 2 over Eirst Nat. hank—Phones—oftice-503; Res.-1033 EDUCATIONAL PROF. SYDNEY S. BARKER, teach er of piano; lessons given at homes or studio. Call at 238 Chelan ave nue north for terms and particu lars. FANNIE DAVIS, Instructor in piano. The new system of technic. Sec ond floor Columbia Valley Bank Building. Phone 1823. UNDERTAKERS C. G. HALL, Undertaker and Fune ral Director; State License No. 78. Phone No. 1165. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant. E. F. SPRIGUE, Professional fune ral director and licensed embalm er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs. A. J. Martin, lady assistants Phone 1375. Wenatchee, Wasa. ATTORNEYS S. D. GRIFFITH, Lawyer. Notary Public. Practices in all courts. P. O. box 23, Phone 285. Wenat chee, Wash. REEVES & REEVES, Lawyers We ( natche e Drug Co. building. Phon« --222. THOMAS & MARSH, Lawyers. Suit* 2. Postoffice building. CORBIN, LUDINGTON & KEMP, Lawyers. Farmers & Merchants Bank Bldg. Phone 1141. PUBLIC "STENOCTAPHER Phot c 272. T. L. Hallett. 2-30 BLACKSMITHS ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubber tires a specialty. Band sawing CONTRACTORS CARRIAGE PAINTING by a practi cal carriage painter, who makes that his specialty. Phone'up M. O. Merrill's residence. W. F. O'Neal. Five cents per line for each insertion. Count live average words for each line. Combinations of figures or initials count as one word. Special rates on ads running for one week or longer. Minimum charge 25 cents. BUILD NOW before the spring rush is on. Prices right. Plans and estimates furnished. Phone 1615, E Gaun.t CIVIL ENGINEERS j a C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a spec ialty. Office Rosenberg block. I Wenatchee, Wash. I FRATERNAL NOTICES. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT—Yu'e I Circle No. 52. will meet on third I Monday of each month in Eagles' Hall. Henrietta Bigelow, Guar- I dian; Viola Gochnour, Clerk. ;A. O. U. W., No. S3. Meets at Bow ar hall e<reiy 2nd and 4th Friday of each, month. H. Dennis, W. M. H. W. Stockton, Recorder. L O. O. F., Wenatchee Lodge. No. 137 meets at Sprague Hall every Saturday night. F. c. N'KiLSO.%, Noble Grand; GEO. I) PElt!i>. Vice-Grand.; P. H. SHERBURNE] Secretary. MACCABEES OF IRE WORLD, We natchee Tent No. sfi meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Bower hall. J. H. Dah'.lng, Commander. C. A. Battles, Record Keeper. ROYAL XEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Howard Camp No. 3973, meets ev ery Saturday evening at the Bow er Hall. Visiting members cor dially invited. Grace Woodruff, Recorder; Jennie Bartleit. Oracle. THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the first and third Wednesday of the month in Eagle Hall. Visit ing members cordially invited to attend. Grace E. Parker. Illustri ous Protector; C. H. Armstrong Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS— Daniel McCook Corps Xo. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays of each month at 2 p. m . Mrs. Emma Gardner, Pre 3 • Mrs M. R. Olds, sec. V-Sv 00 " ° F AMERICAN No N f Col » mb la Homsetead No. 682, meets each Tuesday night at Sprague Ha ih For information see v. F. Lake, Deputy, w A Grant, Foreman; C. W Torzen'son' Correspondent. 'orgenson, G. A. R., Daniel McCook Post, No. 105, Department of Washington and Alaska meets 2d and 4th Fridays of each month at Odd Fel lows Hall. M. O. MERRILL, Com mander; J. B. PALMER, Adjutant P. & A. IL, River aide Lodge, No. 112, meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday ot each month at Bow er Hall. B. J. WILLIAMS, W. M.; v > «v AN. Secretary. MODERN WOODMEN OF America meets every Wednesday evening in Bower hall. Visiting Woodmen cordially In vited. FRANK BAGGOTT, clerk; R. L. BARTLETT. Counsel. Read the Daily World, the best pa for news in Central Washington. Colombia and Okanogan Steamboat Co. SCHEDULE Efltec'tve on and After Nov. 1, 1006. UP RIVER Leave Wenatchee daily .. .6:00 a.m. " Orondo daily 8:00 a.m. Entiat daily 8:30 a.m. " Chelan Falls dally. 12:00 m. " Pateros daily 1:00 p.m. Arrive Brewster dally.. .. 6: Cop. m. DOWN RIVER Leave Brewster daily ... .4:00 a. m. Pateros daily 4:20 a.m. Chelan Falls daily. S:3O a. in. " Entiat daily 9:30 a.m. Orondo daily 10:00 a.m. Arrive Wenatchee daily.. 12:00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatchee tor Bridgeport Monday, Weonesday md Friday mornings. Returning leavei Bridgeport same night Ash tor special folders regarding Okanogan Irrigation project and Lake Chelan district.