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Local and Personal,
The stallions that were brought to
his city last week by the McLaughlin
brothers of St. Paul, are b»i >w n . i
Ou has been scut to Riversil., ano r
to the Badger Mountain distnet i..
Douglas county and a number of We
natchee horsemen are forming a s'.ock
oorrpany to purchase the third.
Twenty-five per oent off Deo. 23 on
Havilaud and Japanese China.
Twenty per cent off on all other holi
day goods. The Crescent.
The best Hue neckties at 50 cents
iv the eitv, others sell them 75 cents.
Brownie cameras fl, $2 an J $9.
See David Keith. Wenatchee Aye.
Mens' handkerchiefs soeuts to $1 at
Phillip Snyder, of Waterville, who
has been visiting friends on the sound
is visiting at the home of Win. Kruger
He will spend a week iv this city be
fore returning to his home.
See our new line Gaffin shirts, $1 25
to $1.60, the best iv tha laud. _The
*7.?5 buys a ton of clean ful! weight
Roslyn coal Catccaall stoic, 36 We
natchee Aye. North.
Mufflers, gloves, swearers. The
$15 set of Dickens cloth bound, la
volumes. Ooly $9 at David Keith's.
It is stated that Judge C. II Nea),
of Davenport, has been retained by C.
Victor Martin to defend him in the
disbarment proceedings that will be
bron^ l '* against liim in the next term
of the superior court.
Henty books—2s cents, 50 cent
grade. Davil Keith's bookstore.
Our holiday goods ore selling fast.
Buy soon. Wenatchee Drug Co.
Cigars, tlie kiod that man likes to
smoke in boxes of 12, 25 and 50. We
natchee Drug Co.
Everything for men. The Knew.
Ten volume cloth bound set of
Thackeray's works only .$3. Keith's
H. C. Littletield is kept busy ans
wering letters ot easterners who have
their eye on Wenatchee, though the
amount of the letters this month is
the smallest of the year. From the
tone of the lerters Mr. Littletield be
lieves that there will be an unusuai
influx of settlers into the v.illey this
Go to the Palaca cife and baker
for everything good to eat.
Books are the correct thing for
Xmas. All the late fiction at David
If you want to rent a house see J. S.
Mooney and Co.
Scarf pins 35, 50, 75, $1 and |t.50
at The Knew.
Dr. Almeda J. McUall. Osteopathic
physician. Offices over Wiester's store.
Mens' nfck wear from ten cents up
at The Knew.
The Wells and Morris Company oe
gan moving their harness department
into the new qurrters formerly
coco pied by the postofhce.
Money to loan on good secuity
Amounts from $50 to $1,000. Addtss
P. O. bo:; 52 4. Ws'iatchee. Wa9h.
Souvenir postal albums and auto
graph albums at Davil Keith's bock
In fine seal and Mor
rocco leathers. Dainti
ly designed. Just the
thing for a gift to a
The celebrated Ran
con China at prices
that make it a fine in
vestment to buy NOW
Wenatchee Drug Co.
S. C McCREADY, Propr.
The We»atchee [Hatr'waie Company
aye di corated t' cii jj i i ws Jin a
hri-tm.is styie tne »l.Uu»i *.c
lull ot the wares of the 6tore arranged
iv a tasteful way and are picturesque
ly decorated with pine tocghs.
Christmas cards and booklets for
your Sunday school class at Keith's
Mens' house slippers at The Knew.
Choice hand painted China and art
piaster molds. David Keith, Wenat
F. W. Airline, of Quincy. spsnt yes
terday in Wenatchee.
Mens' cuff buttons 25 cents to $1.50
at the Knew.
Money, Money, Money to loan on
farm, city or chattel s ourity. See
Jno. A. GeUatly.
Jt'rs. C. G. Hall left yesterday after
noon for Omaha, Net., to spend a
couple of months at the home of her
Bibles and testaments at David Kei-
Best line of children's books in We
natchee. David Keith.
R. F. Holm and family moved iuo
his new residence on Ring street to
Stationery iv Xm:is boxes. Some
thing swell. Dasui Keith, Wenatchee
Steflman Miller, son of J. H. Mill
er, airived in the city today to spend
the Ohristm is holidays. A surprise
party was tendered him this afternoon
by his aunt, Miss K. Miller.
Always something new in the gift
line at Dai iJ Keith's.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. ,Tohuso:i, of
Dvwson, who were in the city the
early part of the w±ek visiting at the
home of E. L. flollenleck, left on the
boat yesterday to visit friends in Wat
er villa and Chelan. Mr. Johnson is a
steamboat man on the Yukon and
manager of a fleet of steamers.
F.mcy suspenders. Fancy Sx. The
H. F. Dirker, manager of the Nat
ional Woodpine and Pacific Tank Com
pany of Olympra, was a visitor in We-
Pictures framed and nnframed for
sale at Keith s art store.
Fred Laud and T. J. Walker will
leave for Seattle Saturday to spend
i uau loan money on yonr home, your
furni-cre, jour ttock or any old thiug.
W. Kinley of Chelan, was a busi
ness visitoi in wenatchee y(Bi6rday.
Gold plate and bionze photo lranns
at Keith's book and art 6tore.
The tryout lor the debating team
will be held in the assembly room of
the high sohool this evening. Ihe
qiestion is: "Resolved. That the
PhillippinesShould.be Given Their
Mens' watch fobs and chains.
All the school teachers who wishes
it were paia yesterday in order tnat
they might make preparations for
New ideas in purses and card cases
at David Keith's.
Miss Katharine Miller entertained
eight of her friends at cards Tuesday
evening. Five Hundied was played.
P. l>. Coon, one of the Great North
ern engineers located iv Wenatchee all
summer, is in the city today on
"Chiok" Johnson and Jay Camp
bell returned ficm Quiucy yesterday
where tiiey had been called as witness
es iv a law suit.
We wane Men and Women to lepra
Sarber Trade in 8 weeks. Only re
liable college in U. S. teach'ug the
trade thoroughly. Write for parti
culars. Moler System of Colleges, 215
Occidental Aye., Seattle, Wash.
Do You Know
That we can supply you
with all kinds of fresh,
juicy meats, fresh fish,
crabs, clams and eastern
Harlin Meat Co.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Five room house, five ininnte9 walk
fom P. 0., newly renovated. A. E
Thompson, opposite Christian church.
Newhcaseaud lot DUXI2O, Nob
Hill, good baru on property Price
$ '»50, $:150 cash balance easy terms.
Address box 278, Weuatchee, Wash.
Two lots. Nob Hill, 50 x 120. Prioe
$275, $150 cash, balance easy terms.
Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash.
A snap for cash—lot 180 x KiO, all
set to two-year-old trees, four room
house, pantry and bathroom. Oood
water right ana city water. Small
barn, property in city limits. Price
|')00 if yoo speak quick. Address box
278, Wenatchee, Wash.
Corner lot, 90x120, five bl>oks
from postotnce. £250, half cash, bal
ance easy terms. Address box 278,
What a gilt edged world this would
be if there was as much enthusiasm
at the finish of an enterprise as there
is at the start.
Tonight and Tomorrow
STEEL AND FREELAND
Greatest SVloving Picture
Showing views of the Russian-
Japanese war and many more in
teresting scenes true to life.
Beautiful illustrated songs and
15c 25c 35c
Reserved Seats on Sale
at Pogue's Drug Store
To Make Bread
like mother used to bake
it is necessary to use
For Sale By All Dealers
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
" Eutiat daily 7:30 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily . 11-00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.m.
Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:20 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
Fntiat daily 9:80 a.m.
" Orondo daily 10.00 a. in
Arrive Wenatchee daily . . 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same night.
T. A. DAVIES, Gen. Mgr
At the St. Louis World's Fair
was awarded to our
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with the world's
best flour we win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
pi *■ p- PACKAGE OF GIANT
f KLL MIGNONETTE
Sent Free to everyone writing
for our large Catalogue of
SEEDS, SHRUBS AND TREES
Pacific Seed & Floral Co.
Seattle, - - Wash.
WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE
2—-More Shopping Days 2
For the Two Days on Toys, Dolls,
Furs; China, Haviland China, Cut
Glass and Fancy Goods . . . .
FOR MEN, IN ALL NEW SHADES
Smoke, Negus and Dolphin, it
will pay you to look at them
Hat made, looks and
wears as well as any $5
hat in America
Farmers and Merchants Bank
OF WENATCHEE. WASH.
Capital - - $25,000
Surplus - - $2,500
General banking business. Correspondents: Bank ofrCalifornia, Seattle
Anglo-Ctalifornia bank, San Francisco; Chase National bank, New York. First
National bank, Chicago.
J. M TOMPKINS, Pres. R. F. LEWIS, V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier
Did You Ever Stop to Think
That every time you spend a dollar not only that dollar but
also the interest on it is gone for all time. Open a savings ac
count with a dollar and not only have it for a rainy day but also
the interest. Full information as to our Savings Department
given on application in person or by letter.
Columbia Valley Bank
The Old Stroriy bank
Established 1892 Wenatchee. Wash.
Notice is hereby given tiiat sealed
bids will be received by tne comity
commissioners of Chelan comity.
Wash., until 2 o'clock p. m., on the
3rd day ofj Januarv,|A. D. 190K, lor
the blasting and| removal of abont 560
ouhic yards offrock in place, and also
moving some loose rock between the 7
and » mile post on the Colombia river
road, known as state road No.
10. Also to be included in said bid, is
the cutting of a grade, placing in a
drain and making a fill in "Bird's"
Gulch, which is near the 2i> mile post
on said road.
Plans and specifications are on file
in county surveyor's office and can be
had upon application. Contract to be
completed by June 1, 1906. Certified
check fcr five per cent of bid,|payable
to the countyJJ commissioners, mnst
N. I. NEUBAUER
Dated at Wenatchee, Wash., this
IStfa day of December, 1005.
Clexk cf Beard of Connty Com
missioners of Chelan Connty, Wash.
Jus+arr':ved. All weights
Bicken and Unbroken
On sale at our stable.
Eagle Livery ATransferCo.
Many a man who refnses to labor
tries to work other men.
Charity says nothing and saws
wood, but philanthropy employs a
John A. GellaMv,