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For the Busy Housekeeper
Y\f E carry Strongest line of Refrigerators in the city— "The National" and "The Jewel." They are built with a view ofj Sanitation, Comfort and Beauty, as well as Economy. The j latter point should not be overlooked by the purchaser, as much depend* on that point, for if you can save only a few dollars by buying a cheap article and then paying double at the emVof the year, when you check up your ice bills you will fipd that you are a loser the very first season. Our Refrigerators are strictly economisers, and when it comes to paying your ice bills you will know it. Come in and let us explain ours before you make your purchase. We can show you where you will save money. An Oppojrtffni:y to see Alberta. Only $13.63 Return. Good for 15 dam SPOKANE E XTRiiX VTIOXAf.-f 'AXA*J>IAX PACIFIC <L<£3&i Will sell tickets, from SPOKANE TO CALGARY, ALTA. and Return $13.65 Good going until July; return limit, July 13. Selling dates June 26 to July f, inclusive. Through service and and connections. Two trains every day. (.Leave pokane 7 a. in. or* 2:30 p. m. via Kingsgate. See the Al- by daylhjh*. For Tickets, apply to Spokane City Ticket Office, cor. Stevens and Riverside. For further particulars and to reserve berths wrhe J. S. CARTER, Gen'l Agent, Spokane, Wash. W. A. BUTTLES & CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS / FOR THE \ f Old Reliable Peter Schuttler Wagons >|OTE— VVe give a written guarantee with ei-erv Peter Schuttler Wagon that leaves our \tarerooms. Hundreds of them aie in use iA this vicinity and we have the first one td make complaint. We will be glad to hsbre you call and see our line of PeteXSchuttler Wagons and Hennie Buggies VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Corner First and Wenatchee Aye. Wenatchee, Wash. rWE WEXATCTIEB DAILY WOR LP. _____TCH W , WASHINGTON, WEDXESDAY, JUNE 24, 1908. Hot Weather Cotn Torts REFRIGERATORS wenatchee ft furniture Co. Groceries We aim to keep the REST the market affords. Also aim to keepthem as CLEAN as It is possible for gro ceries to be kept. And are selling at a price as LOW as can be sold, and be HONEST with our customers. Nobody can sell goods at a LOSS and be HONEST, AND CONTINUE IN BUSINESS. A fair trial is all are ask. We know we can convince you. BUCKEYE GROCERY FREE DELIVERY Phone 1575 Warren-Littleton Engineering Company Office between Theatre and Wenatchee tm WElll-fEIIEE, WASH. NOTICE The Valley Power company, a cor poration, having filed its petition with the board of county commis sioners of Chelan county, Washing ton, praying for a franchise for a pe riod of twenty-five (25) years for the purpose of erecting, construct ing and maintaining poles and wires for the transmission of electric cur rent for power and lighting purposes over and across the portions of the public highways of Chelan county, Washington, hereinafter particularly described: It is, therefore, ordered that Mon day, the 29th day of June, 1903, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the courthouse in Wenatchee, i Chelan county, Washington, be audi the same is hereby fixed as ,a timej and place when said petition will bej heard, and at whifh time and place' all persons interfaced are directed j and notified to appear and showj cause, if any the/ have, why sa"d pe tition should iqt be granted. The porticjns/of thf public high ways of ChJlafi county, Washington, over and jtrcjss and \ along which said francaisa is desired, are particu larly des#rib#d as follows, towit: Beginning/ at the intersection of >"c we* linjf> of section* 3,6, in town ship 2#norfh, of range |$, E. W. M., with abunt/ wagon roaq No. 100, and winning thence easterly along said 'road /through said section 36, township it north, of rjinge 18, E. W. JM., anp through sections 31 and 32,' township 24 north, qf range 19, E. \\. M., to the county bridge acro.ss th» Wenatchee river in |e<»tion 32, tqfwnship 2 4 north of rings 19, E.i W. M., known as thje "Tibbits Bridge;" thence across iaid Tibbits fridge, thfence southerly along coun m road Not 82 to the center of sec ion 5,"-township 23 north, of range .9, E. W'.%M\, thence eas| along the •ounty wagon road throi|gh sections 5 and 4 to tfte limits of the town of [rash mere. t Beginning again at the easterly limits of the town of Cashmere and punning easterly along the coun.y froad to the county across th" IWenatchee river known as the Lower fcashmere bridge; thence .across sai l SLower Cashmere bridge; thence east erly along county road fs T o. 124 to its intersection in sectioi 3 with founty road No. 27; theice south easterly along the said road No. 27 ni section 3 to the centffl" line of said section 3; thentp easterly along the county road Mo. 69 run njing along the center ctf said sec tion 3 to the quarter corger between j sections 2 and 3; thence loutheaster-l lis |hrough said section 9 along said Jrclftd No. 69 to the quartejr corner be-1 tweil sec ions 2 and II; thence' soath through the centerlof said sec- : .tii* 11 along the said jpad No. 69 to she quarter corner between see s liofc 11 ami,'l4; ihencJ Southeast thifkgh said section 11 along county roaAXo. ,_7 to the quart* corner b '- twee* sections T 3 and 14; thence rfcjsteKy alj' g the said and Xo. 27 jthrdtoM ':e en'er of sail section 13 to KsaJunition wi'.h roaM Xo. 142: thenceipaiterly along the said road No. 141 thro ugh the confer of said sections \ 13, township 2$ north of range I*9 E. W. M.J an! 18, ownship*23 north of range 2n. E. W. .M, to the center cf said section 18: thence southeast through the southeast quarter of said section IS and the kortbeasi quarter of sec tion 19 along the road leading to Sunnyslone Farms, *o the east line of j 'said sectioi 11L thenca east and foutbeast tbrorfkh sections 20 and 21 along the roar through said Sun nyslope Farms to its connection with road Xo. 48, near the Center of said section 21; thence south along said road Xo. 48, to its connection with road No. 27 near the Wena chee bridge in section 28; thence across the county bridge, across the Wenat chee river, known as the Wenatchee i Bridge; thence south and southeast through sections 28, 33 and 24 in township 23 north, of range 20, E. W. M., and see l .ion 3, township 22 north, of range 20, E. W. M., to the limits of the City of Wenatchee. Dated, this 19th daj»*»r"Mav. 1908. 6-25. i/^-inial""" t,r Auditor. Anyone wislrfng to learnVthe Fruit Parking trade/please call a\d see or write James I\Atkeson, Wlnatcree. Wash., Xo. llXstreet. V 6-27 So Need of Suffering from Rheuma tism. It is a mistake to allow anyone to suffer from rheumatism, as the pain can always be relieved, and in most cases a cure effected by applying 'Chamberlain's Linimenr. The relief j from pain whif'i it affords is alone worth many tte*9 its cost. It makes sleep and rest )»i slhle. Even in cases of long standing rhi3 liniment should be used on account of the relief which it affords. Do not Be discour aged until you have given it a trial. For sale by all druggists. PUMPING PLANTS T&Moline or Electric.) FOR nIUGATIOX. Our expert yoi and give you aoWice an< prices free. We mlfckehitf for complete Write us. SURVEYING AND MAPS I CONDEMNA TION CASE JURY DECIDES IN REEVES' AND CRASS' CASES AND HEARS TES TIMONY OF EAGLE LIVERY. The city condemnation case relative to the regrade of Wenatchee avenue is still being ground out in the Su perior Court. While there are few people in attendance at the trial of the case, it has nevertheless excited the greatst interest ah over the town. In fact, the ma'a topic of con versation on rre stre Is a discussion of the outco c of the case. :nd the probable acti. no!' f '..e council in ref erence to it. The case, of the v. l y vs. Fred Reeves closed yesterdt. c.ening, the defendant being awarded $225 by the jury. This morning the case against H. Crass, owner of .ne building occupied by the Tumwater saloon, was before the jury. ! E. J. Delaney testified that it would cost $676.49 to raise the building. D. N. Payton testified that $75 was a fair figure to do the work The jury allowed $200. In the case against the Eagle Transfer Company, which is to be tried this afternoon, E. J. Delaney gave the estimate on the work to raise the barn at $991.50. D. N. Payton offered to do the work for $500. The jury had not yet brought in a verdict when the World went to press. OPEN LAND TO SETTLEMENT TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED ACRES IN THE FOB EST RE SERVE MAY BE TAKEN UP. Bell in gha m, June 22.—8y reason of an order issued by .he interior de partment at Washington, D. C, onder date of May 9, 1908, for the opening to settlement and entry under the general provisions of the public land laws of the lands in Point Ko.i >rtS reserve, a total of about 2,500 ai res, there ta a bit of excitement in the northwest corner of the United Spates i today. The entries will bo received at the land office in Seattle tomorroy. Juno I 23. The land to be thrown opea for i merly constituted a portion of the government's mili ary reserve and is I located at a point in 'he vicinity of I the iron monument that marks the international boundary line near Blame, if is valuable land, capable of producing excellent crops and es i pecially fruit. A "Washing" Missien. The visiting housekeeper recently de scribed in the New York Sun must be a Stoat armed ar.~el or she would never have lived to write the entry In her daybook quoted below: "Washed the sf-k woman in bed. Washed and dressed four children, did the washing, scrubbed two floors, washed the dishes, washed the win dows." A discriminating glance at this en fry will disclose the fact that she washed about everything in the house. How the bead of the family escaped the wash rag Is not stated. Perhaps fhere was no h;>ad. £mugrl:r»' Philanthropy. At Broadmoor and Perth. England, the criminal lunatics have a free sup ply of the most exquisite pipe tobacco, cigars ami cigarettes. In fact, they smoke far Oner stuff titan the average rkh man. Yet all t'.iis go<)J tobacco cos's the government nothing Tho sm -tglers of England pay for the smoilns of the criminal Insane. It Is from her confiscated smuggled tobacco that I>.?'•'.: 1 f.!!s the tobacco boxes of Perth and Broadmoor. Not Her Abode. ''My income is small."' said a rather dilatory lover. "aii<l perhaps it is cruel of me to take you from your father's roof." "But 1 don't live on the roof," was the prompt reply. According to Chinese law. a wife, who Is too talkative may be divorced.