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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 April 1907

Opportunity For a HOME—in an irrigated districtfin the midst of the great wheat belt For Investment There is no other place on the Great Northern Railroad in the wheat section which is so situated as is the town of IR B V A Fruit district which is bound to grow into a large place, because it is beautifully located for, homes in the wheat section. The same fertility as the lands in the Wenatchee valley. These lands are on the market for $300 per acre. For further information address BABCOCK-CORNISH, Owners IK BY, WASHINGTON. OKANOGAN FRUIT LANDS 35 acre tract, 10 acres bearing orchard. Apples from this orchard took first prize at the Wenatchee Fruit Fair 1906. 25 acres of alfalfa with water right. Also 40 acres of dry land. The Best Bargain in Okanogan County 20 Acre Tracts Under Government Ditch 60 acres only fifteen feet from an inexhaustablesup ply of water. Easiest pumping proposition possible Irwin & Storch Real Estate Wan t a Bargain 12 acres situated three miles from the p...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 April 1907

Opportunity For a HOME—in an irrigated districtln the midst of the great wheat belt Fop Investment There is no other place on the Great Northern Railroad in the wheat section which is so situated as is the town ol IR B V A Fruit district which is bound to grow into a large place, because it is beautifully located for, homes in the wheat section. The same fertility as the lands in the Wenatchee valley. These lands are on the market for $300 per acre. For further information address BABCOCK-CORNISH, Owners IRIIY, WASHINGTON. OKANOGAN FRUIT LANDS 35 acre tract, 10 acres bearing orchard. Apples from this orchard took first prize at the Wenatchee Fruit Fan* 1906. -25 acres of alfalfa with water right. Also 40 acres of dry land. The Best Bargain in Okanogan County 20 Acre Tracts Under Government Ditch 60 acres only fiftren feet from an inexhaustable sup ply of water. Easiest pumping proposition possible Irwin & Storch Real Estate Want a Bargain 12 acres situated three miles from the p...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 April 1907

WENATCHEE IS TO HAVE ANOTHER MODERN HOTEL Gcjo. W. Stetson, Owner of Great Northern Hotel, to Erect Fine Structure This Summer A new, modern hotel assured? Here's the latest glad tidings to progressive Wenatchee: George W. Stetson of Seattle was in the city yesterday, accompanied by his architect, E. O. Miller. The latter is now busy on the plans for the fine new structure soon to be completed on the site of the present Grat Northern hotel. From informa tion given the World yesterday We natchee will soon have the most handsome hotel edifice in Central Washington. Mr. Stetson purchased the Great Northern hotel about a year ago, since when that hostelry has been under the able management of the Taylors. At the time of the purchase Mr. Stetson announced his intention of constructing a hand some hotel building, of at least four stories, and to cost anywhere from sixty to eighty thousand dollars. It is understood that these plans will be carried out in full in the build ing soon to be er...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 April 1907

WENATCHEE IS TO HAVE ANOTHER MODERN HOTEL Geo. W. Stetson, Owner of Great Northern Hotel, to Erect Fine Structure This Summer A new, modern hotel assured? Here's the latest glad tidings to progressive Wenatchee: George W. Stetson of Seattle was in the city yesterday, accompanied by his architect, E. O. Miller. The latter is now busy on the plans for the fine new structure soon to be completed on the site of the present Grat Northern hotel. From informa tion given ihe World yesterday We natchee will soon have the most handsome hotel edifice in Central Washington. Mr. Stetson purchased the Great Northern hotel about a year ago, since when that hostelry has been under the able management of the Taylors. At the time of the purchase Mr. Stetson announced his intention of constructing a hand some hotel building, of at least four stories, and to cost anywhere from sixty to eighty thousand dollars. It is understood that these plans will be carried out in full in the build ing soon to be ere...

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. — 10 April 1907

VOL. n. NO. 288. PACIFIC STATES SURRENDERS ' TO THE FARMERS SYSTEM Big Telephone Monopoly Agrees to Leave Field to Local Comgany—End of Long Hard Fight The fight the Farmers Telephone company has waged for the past three and one half years against the Pacific States Telephone company in this valley has resulted in a decisive for the former. The Pacific company acknowledges defeat and turns over all local business to the Farmer's and al3o give 3 them the long distance business on a commis sion. G. B. Bu3h, of the head office of •the Pacific company at San Francisco, -and F. R. Bingham, division contract ' agent for the Spokane district with headquarters at Spokane, met the di rectors of the Farmers company in this city yesterday and signed a con tract on the basis of the amended proposition submitted by the Farm ers company to the Pacific company. Under the arrangement, which waa given in the Daily World of March 26th, the Pacific company is to turn over its local and long distance b...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 April 1907

$575.00 Will Buy 4 Lots 100x120 feet Corner King and Alaska streets. Level land, good soil. $295 Cash, $140 July 30, 1907, $140 April 30 1908. Walter M. Olive ALL EYES have been watching to get in on the vacant unimproved land on Wenatchee avenue. Now is your chance. I have secured the exclu sive sale of the O. J. Stewart tract one and one-half miles out, con sisting of 16.18 acres inside of fence, with east front on Wenat chee avenue, is all planted and rented for the season, and will be sold at the extremely low price of $750 per acre. Will sell in four divisions or tracts if desired. Lose no time in looking this up if you are interested. Improved lands on Wenatchee avenue are selling as high as $2000 per acre. I have a long list of other lands for sale, also handle East Wenatchee Land Co.'s lands and have some first choice tracts near the church site on their land. Daniel Gensinger The East Wenatchee Land Man. New Columbia Valley Bank Build ing. WENATCHEE, WASH. Here is a Snap 5 ...

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. — 10 April 1907

Great Farm Opportunity 65 acres of the richest land in the Entiat valley. 7 acres in bear ing apple, peach and pear trees. Plenty of standing timber. Private water ditch. CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. $4500 Inquire of S. E. Morical, "Valley dale Farm," Entiat Wash. Skating Rink Monday Night Regular Skating Tuesday Night Polo Game Wednesday Night Club Night Thursday Night Regular Skating Friday Nioht 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. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS GOES ON SALE TUESDAY, APRIL 16 The following are the arrivals at two of Wenatchee*s hotels- for April 9, 1907: . ' Great Northern—Bert Kidd, Port land; L. McLean, Spokane; F. R. Bingham, Spokane; M. E. Lies, Wat erville; C. H. Edwards, Wilbur; O. M. Holen, Spokane; J. G. Scurry, Se attleffi E. M. Ewing, Seattle; J. E. Ferguson, city; T. J. Coff...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 April 1907

COLUM BIA VALLEY BANK Capital $100,000 EstabUshed'lß92 The Old Strong Bank LOCAL AND PERSONAL B. H. D. Webb, brother of Sheriff Webb, who arrived here with his family on Sunday from Kentucky, has purchased a fifteen hundred dol lar residence opposite the Stevens school and will make his home in Wenatchee. Dr. Blake reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rice on April 6th; a son also*arrived at the home, of Joe Lema3ters on the 7th instant. Pat Grelisli, a Badger mountain farmer, was trading in town yester day. L. B. Rose and E. B. Drake, both of Findlay, Ohio, are here looking over the country with a view of in vesting in Wenatchoe valley land or property. They are old acquaint ances of Clarke Ccx, whose home was formerly at Finlay, Ohio. Len Provo, who recently sold out his interest in the Oxford saloon, to his partner, Prince Atkinson, has re turned to the Okanogan country to look after his farm property there. His family remains here, and it i expected that Mr. Provo ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 April 1907

VOL. 11. NO. 239. NEW PRIVATE HOSPITAL PLANNED FOR WENATCHEE Dr. W. M. McCoy Buys Site for Handsome New Structure on Nob Hill —Com- mence Work at Once Dr. W. M. McCoy, one of W'enat chee's best known physicians and surgeons, yesterday purchased three beautifully situated lots in the Nob Hill addition, upon which he plans to erect a fashionable private hos pital. The new structure will have seven ty-five foot frontage, will be two stories in height, and built with a view to perfect comfort for its oc cupants coupled with the highest de gree of sanitation. All the surgical and other equipment will be of the most modern and practical nature, and nothing will be left undone to give Wenatchee a high class private hospital. The site of the new building will be just opposite the residence of J. M. Jack, one of the best locations in the city. Ground will be broken for laying the foundations of the new building at once. Dr. McCoy was formerly in charge Paradise Valley News Notes. Did the rea...

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. — 11 April 1907

VOL. 11. NO. 239. NEW PRIVATE HOSPITAL PLANNED FOR WENATCHEE Dr. W. M. McCoy Buys Site for Handsome New Structure on Nob Hill —Com- mence Work at Once Dr. W. If. McCoy, one of Wenat chee's best known physicians and surgeons, yesterday purchased three beautifully situated lots in the Xob Hill addition, upon which he plans to erect a fashionable private hos pital. The new structure will have seven ty-five foot frontage, will be two stories in height, and built with a view to perfect comfort for its oc cupants coupled with the highest de gree of sanitation. All the surgical and other equipment will he of the most modern and practical nature, and nothing will be left undone to give Wenatchee a high class private hospital. The site of the new building will be just opposite the residence of J. M. Jack, one of the best locations in the city. Ground will be broken for laying the foundations of the new building at once. Dr. McCoy was formerly in charge Paradise Valley News Notes. Did the rea...

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. — 11 April 1907

Tie Wenatchee World F-Wished Dally Except Sunday by the World-Advance Publishing Company, ■jfjajsj Office—Business and Editorial. Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. RCFLS WOODS Manager FRANK DALLAM, Jr.,'. Editor Entered as second-class matter at the postofflce at Wenatchee Wash. SUBSCRIPqpON RATE 3. One Year, by mail, in advance. .99.00 Six Months, by mail, in advance $2.50 Delivered by carrier, per week.. .10 THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907. HOSPITAL HAILED WITH SATIS- FACTION. The coming of a new hospital will mean much to Wenatchee. The assurance that we are to have must be received with no small sat isfaction. The necessity for such an institu tion has been felt in the past. And it will be remembered that some time ago a movement was inaugurat ed for securing a hospital, to be founded under the auspices of some one of the Catholic Sisters' societies, tout for several reasons the effort was unsuccessful. The need, even now, for an insti tution equipped ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 April 1907

GOVERNMENT FORBIDS FENCING Mast Do Away With Fences on Gov ernment Land. In answer to many inquiries made hy homesteaders in Yakima and near by counties, Z. Y. Colman received from Washington a statement as to the government's attitude in the mat ter of building fences on federal land. The decision of Secretary of the Interior James R. Garfield to enforce the law prohibiting the main tenance of fences on government land will mean that thousands of feet of rail and barb wire fences will have to be torn down in this county. Following is the letter received from the secretary: "On Jaunary 3, 1907, the secretary of the interior issued an order relat ing to unlawful fences, enclosures, and obstructions on the public lands, and further defining the duties of special agents, under the law of Feb ruary 25, 1885, entitled "An Act to prevent unlawful occupancy of the federal lands." "The attention of congress at the last session was caleld to the desir ability of modifying the law in the inte...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 April 1907

A Few Bargains Good 5-room house, lot 100x300 feet, in bearing orchard, less than 4 blocks from postoffice. 10 acres one mile from Wenat chee with water right. Only $4500. This is a snap. A new six-room house ready to move into, for a short time $2500. GRANT & COX $575.00 Will Buy 4 Lots 100x120 feet Corner King and Alaska streets. Level land, good soil. $295 Cash, $140 July 30, 1907, $140 April 30 1908. Walter M. Olive ALL EYES have been watching to get in on the vacant unimproved land on Wenatchee avenue. Now is your chance. I have secured the exclu sive sale of the O. J. Stewart tract one and one-half miles out, con sisting of 16.18 acres inside of fence, with east front on Wenat chee avenue, is all planted and rented for the season, and will be sold at the extremely low price of *750 per acre. Will sell in four divisions or tracts if desired. Lose no time in looking this up if you are interested. Improved lands on Wenatchee avenue are selling as high as $2000 per acre. I hav...

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. — 12 April 1907

VOL. n. NO. 240. THE THAW JURY DISAGREES SPOKANE, APRIL 12, 2:15 P. M. NEW YORK DISPATCHES SAY THAT THE JURY IN THE FAMOUS THAW CASE HAS DISAGREED. AFTER WEARY HOURS OF DELIBERATION THE JURY THIS MORNING MARCHED IN AND THE FOREMAN ANNOUNCED TO JUDGE FITZGERALD THAT THEY COULD ARRIVE AT NO VERDICT. THE SCENE OF TRAGIC SENTIMENT WHEN THE MILLIONAIRE MUR DERER HEARD THE JOYFUL NEWS BEGGARS DESCRIPTION. THE COUNTESS'OF YARMOUTH, JOSIAH THAW, MRS. CARNEGIE, MRS. EDWARD THAW, AND EVELYN THAW WERE ALL PRESENT, AS WAS ALSO THE GREAT DELMAS, WHO HAS FOUGHT SO STUBBORN LY FOR THE LIFE OF THE MAX WHO SLEW STANFORD WHITE. THE WILDEST EXCITEMENT PREVAILED IN AND ABOUT THE COURT, AXD IT WAS ONLY BY SUPERHUMAN EFFORTS THAT THE POLICE WERE ABLE TO PRESELVE ORDER. Reynolds Says Flood Threatens. F. A. Reynolds, of Nason creek, who was in the city yesterday, says look out for a quick thaw and high water. "If the weather comes on warm, as present conditions indicate that it will," said Mr. Reynolds, "t...

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. — 12 April 1907

The Wenatchee World Published Daily Except Sunday by the World-Advance Publishing Company. Main Office —Business and Editorial. Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. RUFUB WOODS Manager FRANK DALLAM, Jr., Editor Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Wenatchee Wash. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, by mail, in advance. .$5.00 Six Months, by mail, in advance. $2.50 Delivered by carrier, per week.. .10 FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1907. SHEEP INDUSTRY IN KITTITAS. The Ellensburg Localizer estimates that the sheep industry will bring into Kittitas county, within the next four months, a cash return of $300, --000. That will come directly from the sales of wool and mutton, made by the flockmasters residing in the city or vicinity. It represents a por tion of the anual income derived from the range industry of that sec tion. It is a part of"the proceeds from a country described by the Localizer as "the foothills of the Cascade mountains in Kittitas and Chelan ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 12 April 1907

$500.00 Gash Will Buy one of the best 5-acre tracts in the valley. 1 acre in ! trees, balance ready to be set.fßest soil, smooth and level. Price $3,000, $500 Cash Balance on Easy Terms BOWER & NOWLAN OKANOGAN FRUIT LANDS 35 acre tract, 10 acres bearing orchard. Apples from this orchard took first prize at the Wenatchee Fruit Fair 1906. 25 acres of alfalfa with water right. Also 40 acres of dry land. The Best Bargain in Okanogan County 20 Acre Tracts Under Government Ditch 60 acres only fifteen feet from an inexhaustable sup ply of water. Easiest pumping proposition possible Irwin & Storch Real Estate At Lakeside A chance to own a home on the beautiful Lake Chelan Must be Sold If you are looking for a home or investment you cannot afford to pass this up. Read the following description and then come and look at the land. 200 Acres 125 of which is good fruit land with bearing orchards adjoining. 100 trees in bearing. 70 acres now under cultivation, all fenced, with three room ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 12 April 1907

Head of Cornell's Bible*! Department j Says a ReyoluUon to Coming. ITHACA, N. .¥., -April 11.—That w« are approaching a crisis in the religious belief of mankind and that a hew faith Is coming is the opinion of Prof. Nathanel Schmidt, Cornell's profound scholar snd teacher of Oriental and Biblical history. In the April number of the Cornell Era, in which appears a writing in "Epochs of Faith," he declsres that it is in the spiritual life that great revolu tions take place and that they are preceded by important changes in the physical environment, the social organization and the interpretation of nature. That we are on the verge of such a revolution Prof. Schmidt feels con fident. Ethics Are Gaining. "The remnants of primitive ideas and practices are fast disappearing," he says. "Polydemonism and poly theism are giving way to conceptions implying the unity of creative power. Less importance is attached to sacred days, sacred places and such things. Sacred books are not regarded as s...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 12 April 1907

How to Make a Fruit Farm Pay Take ten acres with 115,560 cu bic feet per acre, clear off the sage brush, plow it, put In any kind of fruit trees you wish, put a three wire fence around it, with posts 20 feet apart, will deliver at the end of four years for $300 per acre, 1-3 down, balance in three annual payments at 6 per cent, or will sell the raw land with sage brush with the same amount of water per acre for $175 per acre, terms same as above. 115,560 cu bic feet of water per acre guaran teed or money refunded. Address P. O. Box Xo. 69. Wenatchee Theatre A W\f* 1 *5 Satuiday Night "P' ,,v3 The Famous Originals Murray & Mack In "AROUND THE TOWN" Everything new but the title and the stars. The big musical melange. Handsome costumed cho rus of pretty girls. Elegant scenic and electrical effects. The original New York cast and entire produc tion. Prices $1, $1.50 $2 Seats on sale at McCready's Drug Store. Business Lots I have for sale $100 Per Front Foot one of the choicest corne...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 12 April 1907

A ROUSING FURNITURE SALE The Big Store again demonstrates more plainly than ever its superior ability to sell for less. This time it is three full cars of Furniture direct from eastern manufacturers. The line comprises full assortments of everything you need and contains some of the most beautiful designs ever produced. Sale Begins Sat., April 13th, Ends Sat. April 20th Dressers Birch, Solid Plain Oak, Quartered Oak Princess Dressers A Complete and Handsome Line $18 Oak $16 20 20 Ash $18.00 22 Dark Birch $19.80 24 Natural Birch $21.60 28 Quartered $25.20 29 Quartered $26.10 29 Birds Eye $26.10 30 Mahogany $27.00 Commodes $5.50 Fir $4.75 9 Birch $8.10 12 Golden Oak $10.80 12 Birds Eve Maple $10 80 13 Mahogany $11.70 Combination Bookcases $18 Ash $16.20 20 Golden Oak $18.00 22 Golden Oak $19.80 24 Golden Oak $21.60 Allwin Folding Go-Carts The newest and best at $10 and $12.50 GROCERY SAVINGS Rice Fancy Japan rice of the 1906 crop, the quality usually sold at 10c lb. 7c 4 lbs. for 25c ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 13 April 1907

VOL. 11. NO. 841. SPIRITED DISCUSSION MARKS/ FRUIT-GROWERS' SESSION Wenatchee Valley Growers Turn Out to Talk About "How to Sell the Big Red Apple"—Paulhamus Not Present The first meeting of the Wenatchee Valley Fruit Growers' Association since the election of officers was held this morning at ten o'clock in the theater building, and continued In session all day. Senator W. H. Paulhamus, who was expected to attend and address the convention, was unable to be present, and his absence was greatly deplored by many who had come, hoping to hear him. Notwithstanding, however, a very lively session was held, and a spirit zed discussion was entered into by those present. Among those who took a prominent part in the morn ing's deliberations was C. R. Greisen, of Hood River, who has heen con nected with the Hood River Fruit Growers' Association and the Hood River Apple Growers' Association. The growers in the Hood River country have two organizations, the first for taking care of the summer f...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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