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A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
E. F. SPRAGUE, Professional Fune
ral Director and Licensed Embalm
•r. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs.
A. J. Martin, lady assistants.
Phone 1375, Wenatchee, Wash.
THE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK
ING COMPANY, C. G. Hall, presi
dent; H. N. May, sec., treas. and
mgr. Funeral Directors and Li
censed Embalmers. Mrs. H. N.
May, lady assistant. Parlor, No.
19 Mission street north, third
door north of Great, Northern ho
tel. Phone 1165. Open day and
night. Wenatchee, Wash.
DR. L. B. MANCHESTER. Dentist.
Phone 1466, Columbia Valley
Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash.
DR. HUTOSKNSON. Dentist, over
Mechters Bakery. Phone 981.
MARTIN & BARROWS, Lawyers.
Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank
Building. Phone 503.
LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers.
Farmers & Merchants Bank Build
ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Luding
ron, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor
CHAS. T. BORG. LAWYER. Pate
ros, Wash. Notary Public.
M. W. BIRD, Architect. "Builder
of Fine Homes." Phone 558.
k. E. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR.
Plastering; also brick, stone and
ctment work. Sidewalks a special
ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitas
eireet, Wenatchee, Wash.
A. O. U. W., No. 83, meets at Eagle
hall first and third Friday nights
of each month. Neil Cozart, M.
W.; Artie Tedford, Recorder.
L O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No.
157 meet* every Saturday night at
LO. O. F. hall. P. H. Sherburne,
noble grand; J. E. Glpe, vice
grand; George D. Perry, secre
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Howard Camp No. 3973, meets ev
ery Thursday evening at Sprague's
Hall. Visiting members cordially
Invited. Anna W. May, Recorder;
Clara Scott, Oracle.
THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet
the first and third Wednesday of
the month in Eagle hall. Visit
ing members cordiallr invited to
attend. J. C. Campbell, IlluaStf
ous Protector; Miss Anna Kyle,
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS —Daniel
McCook Corps No. 15 meets at
Sprague Hall second and fourth
Fridays of each month at 2 p. m.
Mrs. L. Wenner, president; Anna
W. May, Secretary.
RED APPLE CAMP NO. 10747, M.
W. A., meets every Monday night,
at Sprague hall. All visiting mem
bers are cordially invited to at
tend. C. M. Rice, Counsel. W. S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN, Columbia Homestead,
No. 682. meets first and third Tues
days of each month at Sprague
Hall. For information see U. F.
Lake, Deputy. W. A. Grant, Fore
man; C. W. Jergenson, Correspon
g. A. R.. Daniel McCook
Wm Post. No. 105. Department
c£S of Washington and Alaska
JjjSL meets 2d and 4th Fridays
of each month at Odd Fel
lows Hall. LP. Ferrin, Commander;
M. O. Merrill, Adjutant.
F. & A. M., River-
/ 4 v side lodge No. 112,
meets every Ist and
3rd Friday of each
month at Bower
ball. A. Baptle, W. M.; R. H. Now
# MODERN WOODMEN
OF AMERICA meets
every Friday evening
in Sprague hall. Visit
ing Woodmen cordially
invited. Terry Ross, clerk; B. F.
TEMPEST REBEKAH LODGE NO.
114 meets in L O. O. F. hall the
second and fourth Wednesday eve
nings of each month. Elenora
Rhodes, N. G.; Caroline Holcomb,
V. G; Bertha Page, secretary.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1909.
28 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00
A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
COLUMBIA VALLEY LANDS AND
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, 22
South Wenatchee avenue, Wenat
chee, Wash. Telephone 2735. E.
L. Hiatt, manager engineering de
partment. Contracts taken for ir
rigation work, power plants, cable
ways, steel elevators, towers,
bridges, etc., frul or grain lands
cleared and developed. Irrigation
projects financed. Surveys made.
Maps and plans furnished.
C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and
Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe
cialty. Office, Second floor Daily
World building, Wenatchee, Wash.
FRED BERRY, Civil Engineer. Land
surveying, sub-division work, esti
mates, and irrigation projects.
Phone 1664. County Engineer's
Office, Wenatchee, Wash.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
. H. BLAKE AND C. F. SCHILTZ.
Physicians and Surgeons. Office
Specialties. Dr. Blake diseases of
women and children. Dr. Schiltz
diseases of eye, nose, throat and
fitting of glasses. Office in Post
WENATCHEE SCHOOL OP MUSIC
AND ORATORY—2B MISSION ST.
PIANO. VOICE AND DRAMATIC
reading. Instructions in any of
these departments. Will comply
with the graded course of all stand
ard schools of the United States.
C. O. BROWNELL, Conductor.
PIANO FOR SALE.
PIANO FOR SALE —Inquire of Mrs.
C. A. Harlin. 9-8
MISS E. F. SCOTT, who has been
studying abroad for the past two
years, is prepared to receive piano
forte pupils. Phone 936.
UNITED ENGENDERING COMPANY.
Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation,
Power, er Electric Plants. Gas
Producers. 25-26 P.-I. Building,
Seattle, Wash. tf
J. W. SUSSEX, Architect, Columbia
Valley Bank Building.
WE ARE PREPARED to give esti
mates on all kinds of cement work.
Sidewalks a specialty. All work
guaranteed first class. Phone 1054.
L. D. Petttt, 246 North Chelan.
DRUMMERS AND OTHHRS desiring
to make the drive to Peshastin and
Cashmere will be met by Tapley's
teams at Leavenworth, Wash. 9-18
WHEAT STRAW WANTED.
WANTED—From ten to 50 tons of
clean wheat straw in bales, either
delivered in Wenatchee or taken
on the ground. Give lowest price.
G. C, P. O. Box 105, Wenatchee. tf
FRUIT NEEDED FOR A.-V.-P.
HELP THE CHELAN COUNTY Ex
hibit by taking boxes of nicely
packed fruit to the Great Northern
Express office for shipment to the
exposition. No charges for ship
ment. Call up George H. Farwell,
phone 595. A.-V.-P. Committee, tf
ORCHARD FOR RENT.
IRRIGATED ORCHARD RANCH ON
Lake Chelan, Wash. Cash improve
ment or share term lease. Ad
dress Vollmer Bros., Lakeside,
ALCOHOL FOR SALE
DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in
small or large quantities, by F. T.
Blunck. Phone 573. tf
ROOMS FOR RENT.
ROOMS FOR RENT—Either single
or for housekeeping purposes. Call
at 503 Yakima street. 9-8
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE—I
have a handsome little home on
No. 120 C street north. It is mod
ern, five rooms, bath, pantry and
closets, barn, chicken yard, buggy
shed, coal house, attractive yard,
east front, 11 bearing fruit trees
and lot 50x120. $850 will handle
this and good terms on the bal
ance. F. M. Lucavish, phone 747.
2S CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00
A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
SIX YEARS OLD
20 acre apple orchard, water-right,
small house, fine soil, 2 miles out.
$400 per acre, $2,500 down, bal
anoe one, two and three years. This
belongs to a non-resident and the
price is dirt cheap. McKennon,
Phy & Roberts, La Grande, Ore
UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OKA
nogan Irrigation Project. Land
located on state road between
Omak and Riverside; 5, 10, 20
acre tracts, under the government
irrigation ditch, which insures
perfect distribution and irrigation
conditions. Address George E.
Baker, Owner, Omak, Wash. 11-9
OKANOGAN RANCH FOR SALE
AN OKANOGAN RANCH for sale.
80 acres under cultivation, a4l ir
rigable, water guaranteed next
year. Perennial springs. All soil.
$250 per acre. Adrdess H. O.
Hlnde, owner. R. F. D. No. 1,
Okanogan, Wash. tf
300 ACRES FOR RENT.
300 ACRES PERFECT SOIL under
thorough irrigation, right at trans
portation, for rent for truck farm
ing in cash or on share crops.
John W. McGlnnfe, Brays P. 0.,
CHOICE TRACT FOR SALE.
FROM 5 TO 8 ACRES of dead level
land with 300 feet frontage on
Columbia river, one mile from We
natchee postofflee. Watered the
year round by private pump. All
set to two year old trees, best va
rieties. Magnificent view. Finest
home site in valley. Apply owner,
P. O. Box 414, Wenatchee. tf
FEED BARN AND CORRAL FOR
FERRY FEED BARN AND CORRAL
with a 3-room house, at end of
Orondo street, next to Columbia
river. Phone 2131 or call John
H. Byrns, 209 Chelan Aye. So. 9-26
1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED to
use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T.
Blunck, Phone 573. Wenatchee.
HAND HtONERS WANTED at the
Wenatchee Steam Laundry. tf
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT.
HOUSE TO RENT—Five-reomed cot
tage, all furnished, bath and in
side toilet, hot and cold water.
623 King street, Orville Sullivan,
phone 313. 9-6
FURNISHED ROOMS to rent. Call
525 Orondo or Phone 782. 7-9
ROOMS AND BOARD.
MRS. HELMICK has nicely furnished
rooms with board at 12 N. D St.
Prices reasonable. See her before
locating. Phone 1232. 9-10
MEMO. BOOK LOST.
LOST — Large red memorandum
book. Return to City Dairy or
phone 2175. 9-7
THE UPPER WENATCHEE VAL
offers rare opportunities to the In
vestor or man of small means who
wants to get an orchard. We are
selling land at $100 to $350 an
acre, with good water rights, near
Leavenworth, and this is the very
best land for winter apples, pears,
etc. The water is good, fuel is
plenty, and the climate is fine,
with no dust storms. Come and
see our fruits grown without irri
gation, or address Jas. A. Dorman,
Leavenworth, Wash. 9-23
HAND BAG FOUND.
3UND—Lady's brown hand bag
containing spectacles and case. Call
Daily World. 9-7
TEAM FOR SALE.
TEAM OF HORSES FOR SALE.—
Enquire of W. G. Stacy at Wells
& Morris, or M. R. Marr, Phone
25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00
A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
COW AND PIGS FOR SALE.
FRESH MILCH COW. also pigs. In
quire of F. S. Compton, R. F. D.
No. 1. 9-8
OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT.
TWO OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT.
Inquire at the Wenatchee bak
MONEY TO LOAN.
HAVE $1,000 to loan on improved
orchard property. Private money.
Phone 2395. 9-11
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
WANTED—Capable girl for general
housework; $6 per week. Address
G. A. Porter, box 547, Wenatchee.
LOST —Elgin silver watch, open face.
Probably near merry-go round.
Phone X 144 or leave at Daily World
Union Veterans Legion.
Washington. Sept. 7.—Members of
«"up Union Veteran legion are here
from many parts of the country to
attend their twenty-fourth national
encampment. The gathering opens
tonight with a meeting of the execu
tive committee at the Arlington ho
tel, followed by a reception in honor
of the national officers and visiting
delegates. The regular order of
business will be taken up tomorrow
morning and the sessions will con
tinue until Saturday.
The Union Veteran legion is a
unique organization, organized at
Pittsburg in 1886. Its present mem
bership is over 60,000, scattered
over twenty-one states. To become
a member of the organization one
must have served in the Union army
during the Civil war; must have en
listed prior to July, 1863; must have
served two years or more or been
honorably discharged for wounds re
ceived in action. Drafted men are
not eligible to membership.
LOCAL MARKET TODAY.
Wenatchee Best $1.50
Peach Blossom $1.50
Batter and Eggs.
Local ranch 40c
Creamery butter, 2-lb. rolls . .70-Soc
Meat and Poultry.
Round steak 15c
Loin steak 18c
T bone steak 20c
Pork chops 16918 c
Pork roast 15® 18c
Veal chops 18c
Veal cutlets 18c
Veal roasts 12% 915 c
Mutton chops 18% • 18c
Mutton roast 12%.® 18c
Mutton stew 10c
Chickens, dressed 16c
Spring chickens 28c
Halibut 18 %c
Salmon trout 17 %c
Smelt 12 %c
Lard. 6-lb 85c
Sugar 14 lbs. for $1
Potatoes, new 1 % c
Local cabbage 4c
Local radishes 6 bchs. for 25c
Local turnips, lb 4c
Summer squash 6 to 10c
Pumpkin, lb 2c
Plums, basket 30 and 35c
Grapes, lb 10c
Bartkett pears, basket 30c
Hawaiian pineapples 40c
Lemons 30 and 4tc
Oranges 410 and 40c
Bananas . 40c
Local lettuce lie
Head lettuce 2 for 15c
Grape fruit 3 for 25c
Carrots, lb 2%c
Local parsley 5c bch.
Celery, bunch 10 and 15c
Dry Onions 4c
Local green onions ....6 bchs. 25c
Crabapples 3 to 4c
Local string beans 8c
Watermelons, each 8c
Watermelons, each 10 to 20c
Cantaloupes, doz 20 to 30c
New cooking apples lb 3c
Beets, pound ' ,c
Cauliflower 10 and 16c
Local cucumbers, doz 15 to 20c
Local peaches, pound 10c
Local corn, doz 10 and 15c
Alfalfa, ton $20
Timothy hay, ton $25.00
Wheat hay $25.00
OF I WEEK
Fred Hahn to Arnold Schreiber,
w% e% sett ne%, S 3-21-21, $1.
E. 6. Spencer to J. A. Brassfield,
L 12, w% L 13, B 22, First addition
John E. Shore to Town of Leaven
worth, pt ne%, S 13-24-17. $375.
J. G. Debord to D. C. Lemaster,
pt. ne% S 14-24-17, $1.
Jos. H. McGohan to W. L. Jones,
ne'4 nett, S 6-27-17. $1150.
W. L. Jones to C. H. Merritt. ne'i
••ett. S 6-27-17, $650.
Alice M. Blain to Jocab A. Shot
well, sw S 20-27-18, $500.
F. W. Smith to B. J. Hummel. B
20, Millerdale. $12,000.
Frank Davis to Wm. Rice, tracts A
and B, Merriam's addition Leaven
P. P. Holcomb to Percy Walker,
w% nett ne% S 14-25-20. $10.
Chas. T. White to E. A. Wyman.
L 1 and 33. B 1, Fair Grounds ad
dition Wenatchee. $1000.
J. C. Griffith to T. W. Cowan, L
20. B 5. Nob Hill addition Wenat
Ella L. Miller to Jacob Crader, L
14-15. B 19. First addition Leaven
Madge N. Cnshing to Ema S. Keith,
L 10 11. B 20, G. N. plat Wenat
2'lwin Boehmer to First National
l.ar.k. L 13-14, B 13. G. N. pla- We
Laura T. Pate to Clifford E. Tay
lor, L 26-27-28. B 16, ON plat We
Martha Hamilton to John Sullivan.
L 1-2, B 3. Woodring's addition Mis
Martha Hamilton to John Sullivan,
e% e% nett nw%, S 3-21-22, $1.
W. S. Gehr to D. C. Town et al. L
19, B 4. Nob Hill addition Wenat
P. J. Peltier to A. Brown, se*4
swtt w% w% sw% sw%, S 24-24
John B. Adams to Jas. A. Dorman.
27-28-29-30-32-33. Emig park.
Henry F. Batterman to Lillie G.
Fry, L 4-5-6. B 38, G N plat Wenat
Cynthia Langley to C. L. Atwood.
w% w% ne% nvrV 4 . S 18-22-20.
Meeting of Veterinaries.
Chicago, Sept. 7.—The annual con
vention of the American Veterinary
Medical association began in this city
today and will continue until Satur
day. The attendance is made up of
several hundred of the leading veter
inary surgeons of the United States
and Canada. The United States army
is officially represented at the meet
ing by Veterinary Charles H. Jewell
of the Sixth Field artillery.
Mrs. Parker of Spokane arrived
here today and will open beauty par
lars on Mission street.
Mrs. W. Rice is down from Cash
mere visiting at the home of Mrs.
R. B. Rice.
We have dry batteries. Our tires
stay patched. Get your supplies of us.
J. J. Eyer. 14 N. Mission. •••
Modern Heating and Plumbing
allows you to think, and thought means advancement.
Are you thinking?
Are you advancing?
We are and are willing that you should profit thereby.
See us on the Heating and Plumbing problems.
Acetylene Light Plants
FISKE & GILLETTE
Heating and Plumbing Contractors.
GEHR BLOCK PHONE 2375
We are offering you the CHOICEST APPLE ORCHARD IN THE
WORLD. Twenty acres of bearing apple trees, one mHe from the
Wenatchee postofßce, set to the very best varieties as follows: 6
acres Winesaps, 5 acres Jonathans. 5 acres Yellow Newtowns, 4
acres Arkansas Blacks.
$10,000 will give you possession of this orchard.
Wenatchee Valley Land Company
ON CRITICS '
Seattle, Sept. 7.—"lt must occur
to every fair-minded person that so
shrewd, practical and canny a man
as Andrew Carnegie would hardly
appropriate $10,00 a year for the
furtherance of my experiments if I
were the charlatan which some per
sons evidently profess to believe I
This is the way in which the wiz
ard of the plant kingdom, Luther
Burbank, while at the Alaska-Yukon-
Pacific exposition Thursday, replied
to the charges which have recently
ben made against him by the Cali
fornia fruit growers. Mr. Burbank
evidently does not take the charges
seriously for he concluded with:
"However, I do not feel called upon
to defend myself at any great length
from any reflections which may have
been cast upon me. My work speak?
for itself and by what I have done
and am doing I must be judped."
In referring to his recent achieve
ments, Mr. Burbank said that he re
garded the thornless cactus as one
cf his greatest discoveries. By pa
tience, tireless selection of the spe
cies of cactus having the fewes|r
thorns, he said, he had finally evolved
the absolutely thornless variety.
"While it hasn't as much nutrition
as alfalfa," said Mr. Burbank. "it
has proved itself to be an economic
food for cattle that produces more
milk comparatively than alfalfa or
i-.thfr fodder. The thornless cactus
is a cattle food The averag* yield
of the cactus is 200 tons of leaves to
United States Represented.
Copenhagen, Sept. 7.—The Inter
national Association for Testing Ma
terials opened its congress here today
with an attendance of delegates from
fourteen countries. Among the dele
gates is Professor W. K. Hatt of Pur
due university, who is present as the
official representative of the United
States forestry service. The congress
will continue in session four days.
Take warning and save money. On
September 1 coaster brakes will ad-
Tance 25c. J. J. Eyer, 14 N. Mis
Keep Out the Flies
By ordering a good screen— p&?
which will last, made to order at the
Wenatchee Woodworking Plant.
GEO. L HcCANN,
Eagle Transfer Go.
CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER
Special Attention to Baggage.
Bus to All Trains and Boats.
Pneumatic Water Systems