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The Daily World
RUFUS WOODS Publisher
W. 8. TRIMBLE Editor
CHAS. E. STOHL Advertising Manager
Main Office —Business and Editorial, Daily World Building.
Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 1132
Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Wenatchee, Wash.
One year, by mail, in advance $5.00
Six months, by mail, in advance $2.50
Delivered by carrier, per week $ ".10
WHAT WILL THE NATION SAY
Some sections of the country will enthusiastically applaud the presi
dent for advocating the granting of a ship subsidy to rehabilitate our
merchant marine, while others will be opposed or indifferent to the
suggestion. The granting of subsidies to steamship lines is a question
the solution of which is very difficult. It is gratifying to national pride
to see the American flag floating from the mastheads of ships in for
Columbia Valley Bank
"The Old Strong Bank"
Capital $100,000,00 Established 1892.
We extend a cordial invitation to newcomers and prospective resi
dents of the Wenatchee Valley to make use of our extensive facili
ties for the transfer of funds rom other localities, and welcome new
accounts, no matter whether large or small.
J. J. Browne. President
M. Horan, Vice President
Have You Made Your
Guess on the big Candle?
If not, do it now and win the five dollar gold piece.
Phone us your coffee order. We deliver. Come in tomorrow
and try a cup of our coffee and find out what real coffee tastes like.
We serve it free.
HOME TEA COMPANY
( H AS. BECKER P. A. ROGERS
We have a fine business property on Orondo street, between
Wenatchee and Mission street, for sale or trade.
We have frequent calls for five and ten-acre tracts, and city
property. Come and list your property with us.
If you have anything to trade or sell tell us about it.
CHELAN COUNTY REALTY CO.
Basement First National Bank Phone 453
OKANOGAN COUNTY PROJECT
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DELINQUISHMENT SAMPLE LIST.
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| 40 18 38 | 1000 0 |31-8| 0 1
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General Farms, Any Location
Government Water Is Sure; Railroad in Sight.
These Prices Will Not Last
Guy C. Browne, Vice President
Frank D. Case, Assistant Cashier
Charles E Owens, Cashier.
at Omak, Sample List.
Acreage Joining Town
$250 to $400
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1909.
Theo. Cougor. of East Wenatchee,
left this morning for Santa Barbara.
Cal., to spend the winter. Mr. Cou
gor sold his property in East Wenat
chee last week but expects to return
to Wenatchee in the spring.
Help Wenatchee by sending the
Dally World to your friends In the
Mr. and Mrs. Parker, of Carmen,
Okla.. are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ross have just
returned from Seattle, where they
have been entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. N. N. Brown at the Claibourne.
While in Seattle they attended the
grand lodge of the Rebeccas and Odd
Fellows. They feel very grateful to
Mr. and Mrs. Brown for their cour
teous treatment while there.
Miss Ellen O'Leary, of Minneapo
lis, is visiting at the home of her
brother. James H. O'Leary, foreman
of the Daily World composing room.
Mr. O'Leary and sister have not met
for ten years and the meeting was
a pleasant one for both of them.
Now is the time to order that Ford
auto. 1910 model. Quick delivery.
Remember the time we had getting
them last spring with the factory
three months behind orders? Well,
the demand is going to be heavier
next year. More Fords are used in
Chelan county than all other
combined. Better get in line. W.
B. Paton, Cashmere, Wash. 9-24-tf
Arthur Washburn, who has been
ill at the hospital with fever, is im
Miss Nan Lawrence is visiting
friends in Seattle and Vancouver this
week. From there Miss Lawrence
leaves for California to spend the
75c worth of the genuine "Sigma
Blend Coffee" for 50c Saturday only.
The Sanitary Grocery. ***
The harvest festival given in the
Eagle hall last evening by the Catho
lic ladies was one of the most enjoy
able events of the season. The la
dies had spent a great deal of time
in preparing entertainment. The
evening was spent in cards and danc
ing. Seventy-five couple were pres
ent. A luncheon of sandwiches, cof
fee, pickles and cake was served.
Miss Vern Harrington left yester
day for Spokane to visit friends.
Our regular 25c Sigma Bleni Cof
fee, special for Saturday, 3 pounds
for 50c. The Sanitary Grocery. **
Mrs. Dunhan and daughter, Mar
tha, left this morning for Seattle, to
make their future home.
To Visit Our Millinery Parlors and See Our
OUR new Pail Coats for Ladies should not be overlooked by the ladies of Wenatchee who appreciate fine garments. They are
strictly up to date in every respect. We do not ask anyone to take our statement alone. What we ask of you is that you come iv
and look them over. We leave you to be the judge. We believe we have just what you expected to buy in Spokane or Seattle,
and at less price. Won't you give us the opportunity of showing you? Then if we cannot suit you we have no complaint to make.
Our Millinery display is simply the talk of the whole country, as are our low prices. We can suit everybody, rich or poor, and
everyone is welcome, whether you buy or not.
COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' HABERDASHERY
MILS. WEBB & CO.
Since the saloons closed, the ques
tion arises, "Where shall we get a
drink?" Wenatchee Billiard Par
lor has a fine line of soft drinks.
They are specialists in this line and
will serve their patrons with the best
there is to be found in the soft
drinks. You are invited to our
amusement parlor to spend an eve
ning. Everybody is welcome. •**
F. R. Colbert, of the firm of Col
bert & Elliott, left this morning with
& number of "live" prospects for land
in the Methow valley. The prospects
of railway building in the Okanogan
country has created an unusual in
terest in that country and a large
number of people are going in both
from this way and from Oroville.
W. F. Sturm, who for the past
three years has been bookkeeper at
the Republic, has accepted a posi
tion with the Little-Wetsel Meat Co.
It will please your friends and it
will help boost your town by sending
the Daily World to your friends in
the east. •••
YOU ARE REQUESTED
WENATCHEE CLOTHING CO.
We have just opened up a full line of the latest style Overcoats, comprising Cravenettes,
Scotch Tweeds and Meltons, at
Our Men's Suits are now complete, the last shipment having arrived this week. At prices
from $15.00 to .127.50.
Men's Sanitary Fleece Lined Underwear;
Men's Natural Wool Underwear;
Men's Unshrinkable Worsted Underwear;
Men's Extra Heavy Wool Underwear;
Latest Designs in Hats
Eastern Models as well as Our Own
Ladies' Tailored Up-to-Date Coats
Prices and Quality BesT: in the City
Wenatchee's Fashion Shop
Percy Scheble entertained at a
game dinner last evening at his home
on Douglas street. The guests were
A. E. Weiland, Jay Cushing. Otto
Anderson, J. O. Stout, Frank Lemon,
E. B. McKee, of Monitor, is in the
J. R. Ogan of the Wenatchee Dairy
returned from a business trip on
the coast this morning.
Ed. Scoft, a pioneer of the Wenat
chee valley, is here visiting old
friends and schoolmates. Mr. Scoft
is practicing surgery in Santa Bar
bara, Cal., where he has been for the
past eight years.
Remember, Wenatchee Business
College opens Monday. October 4. ••
Louis Wetsel came down from
Twisp on business yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fraley and
children left today for Seattle to
spend a week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Card, of Oron
do, who have been visiting here a
few days, returred home yesterday.
$17.50, 18.50, 20.00, 22.50, 25.50
Sigma Blend Coffee, worth 25c per
pound of any one's money, Saturday
only, 3 pounds 50c. The Sanitary
Mrs. Everett Lessenger, of Cash
mere, is being entertained at the O.
S. Stocker home on Orondo.
Miss Mildred Finch, who has been
on the coast tor the past month for
the benefit of her health, returned
Buy home grown stock. Delicious
trees from Wenatchee valley scions.
All other commercial varieties. C.
& O. Nursery Co., Wenatchee, Wash.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Sack is very sick with pneu
Mrs. Frank Shardlow of North
Yakima was the guest of her sister.
Mrs. Captain Gray of Wenatchee ave
nue south, for a few days this week.
Miss Bernice Frantz left yesterday
for the fair in Spokane.
Remember, Wenatchee Business
College opens Monday, October 4. *•