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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 16 February 1907

Brewster's Millions ftg*y*jy. By GEORGE BAR! MCITCHXGW by Berber* S. St«a« J C Company (UICHARD GR.EAVJM CHAPTER I —A supper in honor of the twetny-th'th birthday of Mont gomery Brewster, grandson and heir ef Edwin Brewster, millionaire, is in terrupted by the announcement of eld Mr. Brewster's death. 11 —Brew- ster inherits his grandfather's $1, --SOO,OOO. lie is invited to dinner by Colonel Drew. Ill —Monty offers to aid Mrs. Gray and Peggy, his foster mother and foster sister. He receives a letter from Grant & Ripley, law yers, telling him that the fortune of his uncle, James Sedgwick of Mon tana, has been left to him. Mr. Swearengen Jones is executor of the Sedgwick will. IV—Brewster is in formed that the Sedgwick fortune is left to him on condition that on his twenty-sixth birthday, Sept. 23 of the following year, he be absolutely pen niless. The conditions forbid him to give away or loan any money, but to get "his moneys worth." The Sedg wick fortune amounts to more than $...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 16 February 1907

Personal Indention and City News in Brief Money to loan on farm lands or chattels. John A. Gellatly. For a loan on wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age —see J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property to sell list It with the Red Apple Real Estate Co. The best the market affords can always be found at the Vendome. Remnant 2a'.e of wall paper begins January Ist, 19 07 at Russell's. Fresh and cured meats, fish poul try, oysters. Prices right at Little & Wetsel's market. If you have a house to rent make it known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsel. S. C. White Leghorn cockerels for sale—Al strain, $1. up, eggs, per setting of 1",, Ist pen. $2.r>o: 2nd pen, $1.50. A. A. Bousquet, Farm ers phone 4 2 and SOS. I have moved my beauty parlors to my residence, 113 North Mission st, where I am prepared to do all work in my line except shampooing. Hours, 2 to '> or by appointment. MRS. J. E. MILLS. Good meats, pr...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 18 February 1907

THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD brings results to advertisers. Because it teaches more people in the Wenatchee Valley than any other paper, and reaches them every day. WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOL. 11. NO. 195. $750 NET PER ACRE FROM PEACH ORCHARD M. I). HALL MAKES AFFIDAVIT TO REMARKABLE YIELD OF PEACHES FROM THREE YEAR-OLD TREES Now comes H. D. Hall with a fruit story calculated to make the eyes of komestekers and even old timers stick out like those of a well- fed bull-frog. Mr. Hall has always had a reputation for veracity but he has reinforced this with an affidavit made before W. W. Gray, notary public, dissipating any doubt the skeptical ones might have as to the truth of his peach story which in it self is a peach. Mr. Hall makes af fidavit that during the year 1906 he plucked 240 boxes of peaches which netted him 62% cents per box or at the rate of $7">o per acre ne+ One of the remarkable features of this yield is that the trees which produced the peaches were but three years old...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 18 February 1907

Writing in Sight All the Time The Monarch Visible Typewriter Is New in improvements, giving abso lutely fullest visible writing. Is Old in method of construction, in the experience of Its m tkers, in the principles on which the broad, pivotal, frictionless type bar bearings an* made. Is Quarsntoad to wear as loog as any; lo d> better work with less effort. You may buy a Mewarah. with perfect assurance that you ars getting the best that money can the typewriter line - World-AsWana* Poelishina C* 114 Wenatchee Aye. South. Agent* for Wenatchee. Fsctory and Gseeral Offices; SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. SEATTLE A BUY TOWN Alt Saloons Closed in Sound City on Sunday for the First Tim*' in Many Years. SEATTLE, Feb. 17.—For the frst time since 1882 Seattle was a dry town today. Chief Wappenstein, at the instance •f Mayor Moore. , last night issued •rders that all patrolmen were to no tify saloon nun that, they must close their places of business at midnight and keep them closed until 5 o'clock Mon...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 18 February 1907

Brewster's Millions Synopsis of Preceeding Chapters CHAPTER I —A supper in honor of the twetny-hfth birthday of Mont gomery Brewster, grandson and heir of Edwin Brewster, millionaire, is in terrupted by the announcement of aid Mr. Brewster's death. ll—Brew- i ster inherits his grandfather's $1, --100,090. He is invited to dinner by Colonel Drew. Ill —Monty offers to aid Mrs. Gray and Peggy, his foster mother and foster sister. He receives a letter from Grant & Ripley, law yers, telling him that the fortune of Mis uncle, James Sedgwick of Mon tana, has been left to him. Mr. Swearengen Jones is executor of the Sedgwick will. IV—Brewster is in formed that the Sedgwick fortune is left to him on condition that on his twenty-sixth birthday, Sept. 23 of the following year, he be absolutely pen niless. The conditions forbid him to give away or loan any money, but to get "his moneys worth." The Sedg wick fortune amounts to more than $•,000,000. V —Brewster is forbid den to take any one i...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 18 February 1907

Personal Indention and City in Brief Money to loan on farm lauds or chattels. John A. Gellatly. For a loan on wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age —see J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property to sell list it with the Red Apple Real Estate Co. The best the market affords can always be found at the Vendome. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, 1!>07 at Russell's. Fresh and cured meats, fish poul try, oysters. Prices right at Little & Wetsel's market. If you have a house to rent make it known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsel. S. C. White Leghorn cockerels for sale —Al strain, $1. up, eggs, per setting of 1,", Ist pen. $2.50; 2nd pen, $1.50. A. A. Bousquet, Farm ers phone 42 and SOS. Good meats, prompt service, cour teous treatment, always our motto. Little & Wetsel market. For artist's colors and brushes go to Russell. If you need meat-, salads, pastry or bread for lunch call at the Ven...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 19 February 1907

THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD brings results to advertisers. Because it reaches more people in the Wenatchee Valley than any other paper, and reaches them every day. WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOL. 11. NO. 196. PROTEST AGAINST PROPOSED LAW dJHELAN COUNTY HORTICULTUi ISTS ABE GREATLY STIRRED UP OVER BILL NOW UN DER CONSIDERATION Utterly dissatisfied with the pro- , posed new horticultural law for the i state of Washington, a copy of which was received yesterday morning, the horticulturists who could be gotten together, including the executive com mittee of the Chelan County Horti cultural association, and the trustees of the Wenatchee Commerical club, met at the rooms of the Commercial club yesterday afternoon to take such action as they thought necessary. The bill which is about to be presented to the legislature provides that the state commissioner of horticulture shall hove absolute control of every thing pertaining to that industry in this state. It does away with the horticultural associ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 19 February 1907

Writing in Sight All the Time The Monarch Visible Typewriter Is w in hnprovetoents, giving abso lutely fullest visible writing. Is Old in method of construction, in the experience of ic* makers, in tho principles on which t.i ? broad, pivotal, fricionless typebar bearing< are made. Is Guarsntaod to w»ar as hjeg as soy; to do better work with ]*«» effort. You may buy a Monarch with perfect assurance that you are {retting the best that money can the typswriter line' World-Arfvanaa Publishing, Co 114 Wenatchee Aye. South. Agent* for Wenatchee. Factory and Gaaaral OMcat; SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. ANIMALS KEEP CLEAN ■ow the Lower < Ventures Look After Personal Appearance The manner in which elephants, crocodiles, field mice and flies make their toilets, and crabs wear ready made suiis, formed the subject of a lecture by Dr. Hoyle, F. R. S. E., of Manchester. "A cat always carries about with it a clothes brush," said the lecturer, "for its tongue is rough, and it cleans irs glossy coat ju...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 19 February 1907

Brewster's Millions by HerWl S. Smwic Synopsis of Proceeding Chapters CHAPTER I—A supper in honor of the twetny-flftb birthday of Mont gomery Brewster, grandson aud heir of Edwin Brewster, millionaire, is iv- . terrupted by the announcement of oid Mr. Brewster's death. II —Brew- ster inherits his grandfather's fl, --• 00,000. He is invited to dinner by Colonel Drew. Ill—Monty offers to aid Mrs. Gray and Peggy, his foster mother and foster sister. He receives a letter from Grant & Ripley, law yers, telling him that the fortune of his uncle, .James Sedgwick of Mon tana, has been left to him. Mr. Swearengen Jones is executor of the Sedgwick will. IV —Brewster is in formed that the Sedgwick fortune is left to him on condition that on hia twenty-sixth birthday, Sept. 23 of tho following year, he be absolutely pen niless. The conditions forbid him to give away or loan any money, but to get "his moneys worth." The Sedg wick fortune amounts to more than $•,000,000. V —Brewster Is forbid...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 19 February 1907

Personal Indention and City News in Brief A big time at the Theater Feb. 22. Masque ball. You are invited. Money to loan on farm lands or chattels. John A. Gellatly. For a losn on wheat land or fruit , land ranch regardless of size or age j —see J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property tn sell list it with the Red Apple Real Estate Co. The best the market affords can slways be found at the Vendome. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, 1907 at Russell's. Fresh and cured meats, fish poul try, oysters. Prices right ai Little & Wetsel's market. If you have a house to rent make It known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. Get a girl and come to Masque ball Feb. 2 2 at. Theater. When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsel. S. C. White Leghorn cockerels for sale—Al strain, $1. up, eggs, per setting of 15, Ist pen. S2.r>o; 2nd pen, $1.50. A. A. Bousquet, Farm ers phone 42 and 805. Good meats, prompt service, cour teous treatment, always our motto. Little & W...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 February 1907

THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD brings results to advertisers. Because it reaches more people in the Wenatchee Valley than any other paper, and reaches them every day. . WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOL. 11. NO. 198. ADJOURNED MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL CITY .CLERK .AUTHORIZED .» ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR COMBINATION FIRE WAGON The city council held an adjourned meeting Tuesday night to finish up business taken up at the regular meeting held Wednesday night, Feb. 13. Present were Mayor Scheble, Councilmen Case, Fuller, Harlin, Nichols and Mooney. Attorney Ira Thomas came befoiv the council asking for the transfer on the city's books of the liquor li cense of G. R. Henry to A. J. Waters the recent purchaser of trie Depot saloon. It was moved and carried that the license be granted the ap plicant provisionally, the conditions being that he put up personal bond guaranteeing the maintainance of an orderly house, until the customary bond, furnished by bonding com panies, should be furnished An ordinance wa...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 February 1907

WriHnir in Si.qht All the Time The 35onarc;< Visible Typewriter J . f• ? £ fn improvements, pi ring sbso lutelv fullest visible writing. Is Old in math <dof construction, i;i tbe experience ot "-.'s makers, in the principlesion which the bi-jad, pivotal, frus»ioniess typebar bearings are made. Is Guaranteed to wear as long as any; to do better work with le.-s effort. You may bay a Monarch with perfect assurance that you are getting the best that money can buy,in the typewriter line - World-Advance Publishing Co 114 Wenatchee Aye. Souih. Agents for Wenatchee. Factory and General Offices; SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. NO NEED OF BIG NAVY W. S. Bryan Says Large Number of Warships is Not Necessary— Race Problem the Big Issue CHICAGO. Feb. 20. —Mr. Bryan stated here today that he believes there is no need of a big navy, or of the ship subsidy. lie discredits the government, sponsorship of the mer ster problem now before tbe people is the race question. He criticizes the president for his fai...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 February 1907

IVf illions Copyright, I?C4, by Pcrbcrt S. Stone Q Company CHAPTER I—A supper in honor of gomery Brewster, grandson and heir oi Edwin, ureuster, millionaire, is in terrupted by the announcement of old Mr. Brewster's death. 11 —Brew- ster inherits his grandfather's $1, --000,000. He is invited to dinner by Colonel Drew. Ill—Monty offers u> aid Mrs. Gray and Peggy, his foster mother and foster sister. He receives dyULtter from Grant & Ripley, law yers, telling him that the fortune of ~nis uncle, James Sedgwick of Mon tana, has been left to him. Mr. Swearengen Jones is executor of the Sedgwick will. IV —Brewster is in formed that the Sedgwick fortune is left to him on condition that on his twenty-sixth birthday, Sept. 2 3 of the following year, he be absolutely pen niless. The conditions forbid him to give away or loan any money, but to get "his moneys worth." The Sedg wick fortune amounts to more than -46,000,000. V—Brewster is forbid den to take any one into his confi dence. H...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 February 1907

Personal Indention and City News in Brief A big time at the Theater Feb. 22. Masque ball. You are invited. Money to loan on farm lands or chattels. John A. Gellatly. For a loan on wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age —see J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property to sell list it with the Red Apple Real Estate Co. The best the market affords can el ways be found at the Vendome. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, 1907 at Russell's. Fresh and cured meats, fish poul try, oysters. Prices right ar. Little & Wetsel's market. If you have a house to rent make It known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. Get a girl and come to Masque ball Feb. 22 at Theater. Alfalfa hay for sale. $15."0 a ton. \V. E. Stevens 2-23 When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsel. S. C. White Leghorn cockerels for sale —Al strain, $1. up, eggs, per setting of 15, Ist pen. $2.50; 2nd pen, $1.5 0. A. A. Bousquet, Farm ers phone 42 and 805. Good meats, prompt service, cour...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 22 February 1907

THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD brings results to advertisers. Because it reaches more people in the Wenatchee Valley than any other paper, and reaches them every day. WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOL. 11. NO. 198. AUSTRALIA GOOD MARKET FOR APPLES #*.. WAGNER, WHO HAS JUST RE TURNED FROM THERE, SAYS THAT DEMAND IS GOOD FOR OUR FRUIT E. Wagner returned yesterday from an extended trip through Aus tralia where he went three months ago with 3,100 boxes of Wenatchee valley apples. He was accompanied by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin. Mr. Wagners trip has opened up a market for Wenatchee valley fruit in that country and in the fu ture there is no question but that much fruit will be shipped from this valley to that place. Mr. Wagner found the fruit grow ers of California making a desperate struggle to get a foothold in the Aus tralian market, but their product has at all times proved a weak compet itor of the Washington apple. Cli matic conditions have given the ap ples grown in ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 22 February 1907

Writing in Sight All the Time The Monarch Visible Typewriter Is New in improvements, £rivin<r abso lutely fullest visible writing. Is C!d in method of construction, in the experience of '.is makers, in the principles on which the br;iad, pivotal, frietlonless typebar bearings are made. Is Guaranteed to wear as as any; to do better work with less effort. You may buy a Monarch with perfect assurance that you are getting the best that money can buy.in the typewriter line - World-Advance Publishing Co 114 Wenatchee Aye. Souih. Agents for Wenatchee. Factory and General Offices; SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. At the Theater Next Tuesday, February 26, Ed Anderson's big scenic production, the "Midnight Flyer" will be the offer ing at the Wenatchee theater. This is the same company that played Se attle and Spokane to big houses. They carry their own special scenery to produce this piece and it is a thriller from the raise of the curtain to the end. A pretty love story runs throughout the bill and th...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 22 February 1907

Brewster's Millions Copyright 1904. by Herbert S. Stone OA Company Synopsis of l*reeeeding Chapters CHAPTER I —A supper ta honor of the twetny-fitth birthday of Mont gomery Brewster, grandson and heir of Edwin Brewster, millionaire, is in terrupted by the announcement of old Mr. Brewster's death. ll—Brew ster inherits his grandfather's $1, --000,000. He is invited to dinner by Colonel Drew. Ill —Monty offers to aid Mrs. Gray and Peggy, his foster mother and foster sister. He receives a letter from Grant & Ripley, law yers, telling him that the fortune of his uncle, James Sedgwick of Mon tana, has been left to him. Mr. Swearengen Jones is executor of the Sedgwick will. IV —Brewster is in formed that the Sedgwick fortune is left to him on condition that on his twenty-sixth birthday, Sept. 23 of the following year, he be absolutely pen niless. The conditions forbid him to give away or loan any money, but to get "his moneys worth." The Sedg wick fortune amounts to more than $6,000,0...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 22 February 1907

Personal Indention and City News in Brief A big time at the Theater Feb. 22. Masque ball. You are invited. Money to loan on farm lands or chattels. John A. Gellatly. For a loan on wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age —see J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property to sell list it witb the Red Apple Real Estate Co. The best the market affords can always be found at the Vendome. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, 1907 a,- Russell's." Fresh and cured meats, fish poul try, oysters. Prices right at Little & Wetsel's market. If you have a house to rent make It known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. Get a girl and come to Masque ball Fob. 22 at Theater. Alfalfa hay for sale. $15.00 a ton. W. E. Stevens 2-23 When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsal. S. C. White Leghorn cockerels for sale —Al strain, $1. up, eggs, per setting of 15, Ist pen. $2.50; 2nd pen, $1.50. A. A. Bousquct, Farm ers phone 42 and 805. Good meats, prompt service, cour t...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 23 February 1907

THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD brings results to advertisers. Because it reaches more people in the Wenatchee Valley than any other paper, and reaches them every day. WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOL. 11. NO. 109. WATERVILLE KNOCKS FREE BRIDGE PLAN TRIES TO MAKE OUT THAT IT IS A SCHEME TO BENEFIT PRI VATE CORPORATION — DISPATCH IN TIMES The dog in the manger attitude of the Waterville people toward the proposition of the state buying the bridge across the Columbia river at this place and making it a free bridge instead of a toll bridge is shown by a dispatch in yesterday's issue of the Seattle Times. According to the Wat erville correspondent it would appear that the plan of making the bridge here free is only a scheme to benefit private individuals at the state's ex pense and although they admit that making the bridge free would be a benefit to both Chelan and Douglas counties and to the state in general, they are going to knock the proposi tion because a Wenatchee company will incidentally se...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 23 February 1907

Writing in Sight All the Time The Monarch Visible Typewriter Is New in improventents, giving abso lutely fullest visible writing. Is Old in method of const rust'on, in the experience of Its makers, in the principles on which the .broad, pivotal, frietionless typebar bearings are made. Is Guaranteed to wear as loot! as any; to do better work with effort. You may buy a Monarch with perfect assurance that you are getting the best that money can buy.in the typewriter line - World •Advance Publishing Co 114 Wenatchee Aye. Souih. Agent* for Wenatchee. Factory and General Offices; SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. A Gili With Boy-Fever. This message from Walter Wil liams, in the Columbia Herald, should be wholesome diet for a lot of girls in Bowling Green. Read it and be wise before it is too late: "Some fevers are worst than typhoid. There's a girl on Eighth street she's on some street 'mo3t all the day—who has the boy-fever. She's only fifteen years old, poor silly crea ture, and has just let her dres...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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