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Last evening" about 36 friends~6T
C. A. Battles, of Wenatchee avenue,
came in and reminded him of his
41st birthday. The evening was
spent in games, music and social
chat. A two-course supper was
served and an enjoyable time bad by
An Immense Potato Vine.
S. S. Tetherow grew on his place
up near Cashmere a freak potaVo
vine. It was pulled yesterday and
measured 8 feet. It was of the Bur
bank variety and grew 29 very large
sized potatoes. The vine and a por
tion of the potatoes are now on ex
hibition at the Malaga Land com
Miss Mabel Simmons is on the sick
See Us Today
It Certainly Pays
GET OUR PROPOSITION
Wenatchee Electric Co.
A LUCKY PURCHASE
Think what this means to us and to you! Brand new merchandise, 1909 fall goods, bought for a third less than usual
manufacturers' price, all because two or three of the drummer's samples may be slightly soiled. We jumped at the
chance to get this lucky buy and we pass the good news to you. Move quickly—act today—and be one of the first to
select choice blankets at one third less than actual cost.
Our Wool Blankets are full size and
$ 6.00 white or colored - - $4.00
7.50 " " - - 5.00
8.00 " " - - 5.34
10.00 " " - - 6.67
12.00 " " " - - 8.00
42x36 special 10c
F. L. Spain, Insurance surveyor
for the Sanborn Map company of
New York City, has just completed
a survey of the town for the use of
all insurance companies of the Pa
cific coast. Mr. Spain has spent a
pleasant five weeks' stay in this city.
For shampooing, manicuring, hair
dressing, face massage, call at the
Perfection Beauty Parlor and Hair
Store, 105 N. Mission. •**
H. C. Hocking of the local Home
Tea & Coffee company, returned yes
terday from a two days' business trip
to Cashmere and Leavenworth.
Buy home grown stock. Delicious
trees from Wenatchee valley scions.
All other commercial varieties. C.
& O. Nursery Co., Wenatchee, Wash.
Miss Kate McGoin left yesterday
morning for Spokane, where she will
enter school for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Owens, of
Douglas street, left yesterday on No.
1 for Seattle to attend the fair.
C. E. Reeder returned yesterday
from Tacoma. where he will spend a
few days on land interests.
Fire sale of the Crescent stock is
now going on at Groves' store.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Haider and daugh
ters, Clara and Mary, returned yes
terday on No. 1. They have spent
the past four months in touring the
R. M. Gordon, of Tacoma, is in the
city today on business.
L. C. Malott, of Malott, Washing
ton, is in the city on business mat
Mrs. F. H. Alexander, of Bruns
bille. Minn., arrived on yesterday on
the delayed No. 1 and left on the
up-river boat this morning for Brew
ster, where she will visit friends.
For the latest designs in wall pa
per and strictly pure paints, see Mer
rill, Wenatchee avenue and First
Street North. ***
A boy was born last night to Mr.
and Mrs. C. N. Meredith, on Orondo
Mesdames Gellatly and Williams
are entertaining at cards this after
noon at the home of Mrs. Gellatly,
on Okanogan avenue. These same
ladies will entertain again tomorrow
at a musicale Kensington. This will
be in the afternoon and a great many
invitations have been issued and It
is expected to be quite a society event.
J. W. Ivey, formerly United States
deputy collector of customs of the Al
aska district, is in the city today as
the guest of F. M. Lucavish. These
men were acquainted in the north
country. Mr. Ivey is now located in
Seattle but is looking over the fru't
sections with the view of investing.
E. L. Hanson, of Madison, Wis., ar
rived in the city this morning with
the intention of locating here. Mr.
Hanson is a merchant in Madison and
expects to move his family here in
the near future.
of two manufacturers' sample lines of Blankets and Comforts
at 33 1-3 per cent discount
Sale Saturday, October 16 to Saturday, October 23
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1909.
Mrs. Hale, wife of Jesse Hale, died
| this morning at her home at Cascade
I Orchards, near Leavenworth. The
| body will be brought down on No. 4
this afternoon and will be prepared
by Sprague & Ruppe for shipment to
Tennessee, where the burial will be.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malloy, of South
side, returned last night from a
week's visit at the Seattle fair.
Miss Sarah E. Conway, of New
York City, arrived in the city yes
terday morning to visit her friend,
Miss Pearl Clulow, of Springwater
avenue. Miss Conway is a very tal
ented young lady and has just gradu
ated from one of the music conserva
tories in Chicago.
E. H. Hart of the Inland Cracker
company of Spokane, is in the city
today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hilsabeck left
this afternoon for Seattle, where they
will spend the winter.
A. E. Bork, of the Barnes Jackson
Pump company in San Francisco, has
taken 14 orders for different pumping
plants while he has been in this vai
Don't miss examining the new
books at Armstrong's. •••
Miss Alma Banks, of the Fanny
Paddick hospital, in Tacoma. is
spending a week's vacation with
friends in this city. Miss Banks has
been in this hospital for the past five
years and is considered a very skilled
Miss Belle Hudspeth of this city
left yesterday for Oklahoma to spend
the winter with her mother.
Mrs. J. C. Campbell, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Wash
burn, left yesterday for her home in
The best late $1.50 copyrights at
Armstrong's, $1.25 per volume. ,***
Mrs. E. Ball and children left yes
terday on No. 4 for Oklahoma to visit
friends and relatives.
Mrs. M. A. Allyn left yesterday for
Spokane to visit her mother for two
R. B. Griffith came in yesterday
from the fair.
Miss Pauline Drake, of Cashmerp,
spent yesterday in the city with hot
friend. Miss Irene Austin, of the Che
Oscar Hollingsworth returned this
morning from a week's visit in Se
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lilly returned
to their home in Cashmere last night
after spending yesterday in the city
The best late fiction selling test
at Armstrong's: "A Certain Rich
Man."' 'Calling of Dan Matthews,"
"Martin Eden." "The Goose Girl,"
"The White Prophet"—sl.2s per
George A. Hauber, of Peshastin, is
in the city today on business.
A. A. Hannah, of Peshastin. is a
business caller today in the city.
Tan or gray. Tan specials.
$3.00 large size, extra heavy $2.45
1.75 " " 1.30
1.40 " .98
.75 medium size .48
$1.50 large size, plain $1.13
2.50 " •« fringed 1.98
3.00 " " plain and fringed 2.25
Two Days more of the big Shoe
Sale. Every Shoe in the house re
duced in price. Remember Satur
day is the last day of the Shoe Sale.
arrived yesterday direct from eastern factory con
taining some of the swellest
Dressers, Chiffoniers, Rockers and Couches
The second car of eastern furniture arrived yester
day and we are busy placing it on our salesroom
floors. The fact of it is that we were ashamed to ask
people to come in the past week or two because otir
stock had run down so very low. Now that we have
received two carloads of our large fall with
several others to follow soon, we feel like ourselves
again and can consistently ask people to come in and
take a look. We will surprise you very agreeably.
too. We present a few of our eastern arrivals to our
readers today. Watch for further showings.
all in the Jatest designs
In (!hiffonieres we carry a fine line—
large and handsome pieces with fine Frencii
bevel morrore. Prices from a
ao to vP^U
New designs from the east that will sim
ply open your eyes. One like cut, regular
price $20. will sell at
special price *^<E\J
Watch This Paper For Things Will Be Doing at This Store Next Week
vf " furniture Co.
Heavy, fine white filling; best qual
72x80 - - $1.55
72x80 - - 1.80
72x80 - - 2.25
72x90 extra fine 3.25
72x90 special 49c
81x90 " 69c
Our line of Rockers and Leather Upholstered Easy
(,'hairs are worthy of your inspection. We can please
you we are sure, both in style, quality and price. We
have such a large assortment that it is impossible
to describe them here, so all we can expect to do is
to give you an idea. We have an Al Leather Uphol
stered Rocker as low as
While our Turkish Chairs sell at $60. But you must
see them in order to oppreciate them.
Nothing better made than "The El well."
Every houswife should have one. See them
before you buy your kitchen cabinet.
Leather Couches that will make you set
up and take notice, in plain tufted and
loose cushions. We guarantee quality and