Wenatchee Electric Co.
A Happy and Prosperous
If you have $300 cash we will fur
nish balance of cash necessary to pur
chase a lot and erect for yourself a
good home, built in a substantial
manner and modern in every respect.
A flattering proposition for anyone
with only a small amount of available
cash. Write to W M.. care of Daily
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. llanan of Mal
aga were visiting in Wenatchee yes
Tbe HWiH lillM strike did not at
leet. he F.llis-Forde Co. Last Wednes
day the railroad delivered to us IH
eases of our stock to be put on sale
starting next Monday.
Miss Pearl Clnlow arrived yester
day and will visit here with her
friend. Miss Jennie Anderson. There
was a sleighing party last night in
Tbe Kllis-Fm<le Co. «l< on the dol
lar sale promises to !*»• something that
i>>n't notliing. •»•
Carl Christenson is spending the
week in Seattle. He is expected here
J. M. Fate, of Methow. is in the
Mrs. Ponquist left for Quincy yes
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
Spend an evening with your friends in a
game of Pool or Billiards. We also carry a
complete stock of Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos,
and a full line of Smokers' Goods.
A Happy and Prosperous
Pioneer Eledxic Supply
No. 22 Wenatchee Avenue South
Monday next will lie a day of his
; lory with the E. F. Co. Never be
fore have they ever sold men's cloth
! ing at such prices. One-third off
! will look like nothing compared with
• our sale. ••• h
Mrs. Barnes has returned from Ta
It is the custom of the Ellis-Forde !
Co. to give the public advantage of
low prices in January, the slack time
;of the year. This January will l>e i
i something to make you o|kmi your i
j ~yps . * * * ,
I Ralph Curtis, of Seattle, is here
;as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D.
' Miss Erma Kirkpatrick is visitim: |
! the Harris family on Mission street ,
1 for a few days. ,
X. Sampson, a resident of North (
! Dakota for 32 years, has just arrived
|in Wenatchee. where he will reside. I
j His family came here a couple of
months ago. but Mr. Sampson re
mained behind to settle up bis busi
ness affairs. He says several of his
I old townsmen expect to visit the val
j ley this spring.
Mrs. Gardner Will Entertain.
| Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gardner will
' entertain Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith.
I of East Wenatchee. at their home on
1 Mew Year's day. on Washington ave
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1809,
( LARK COX AND I. H. M'GOHAN
BECOME OWNERS OF SQUILL
CHUCK TRACT —WILL SUBDI
VIDE AND MARKET IT AT ONCE
J. H. McGohan and Clark Cox this
week closed a deal for the A. H. Mo
burg tract in the Squillchuck. This
consists of 30 acres, 12 acres of
which is planted to fruit and 7 acres
in bearing. There is water for 20
acres of it. The place contains a
modern house with spring water
piped into it and the new owners will
plat this and put it on the market
;at once. Mr. Moburg and family are
j spending the winter in Seattle and
■ the deal was closed over there.
Bought Large Dairy Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Morris are spend
ing (he holiday week in this valley
from their home in Stanwood. After
selling his Squillchuck place, the
Eagle Ranch, Mr. Morris and wife
went to the Sound and became so in
love with the country around Stan
wood, in Whatcom county, that they
purchased 60 acres of hay and oat
land, and are now running a dairy
ranch. Mr. Morris is very much
pleased with the Sound country.
Miss Ardron Entertains.
Miss Ardron entertained a few of
her friends Thursday night with mu
sic, games and luncheon. Misses An
na Sumner. Helen Scanlon. Sylvia
Grant, Esther Paton and Messrs. Ray
Morrison. Hugh Cassidy, Fay Ardron,
Fred Morrison, Fred Hamilton and
Bruce Hastings were the guests.
Cases in .lustice Court.
Wells <fc Morris vs. A. J. Amos.,
judgment by defaulr in favor of thej
plaintiff, $46.90. Sam K. Sumner.!
attorney for plaintiff.
C. A. Harlin vs. F. A. Dnniels, I
judgment by default in favor of the
plaintiff. $3.°..24. Sam R. Sumner
attorney for plaintiff.
Wenatchee Lumber Co. vs. F. A.I
Daniels, judgment by default in favor
of plaintiff. $64.70 Sam R. Sumner
attorney for plaintiff.
Makes New Record.
Juvisy. France, Dec. 31. —Leon Dp
La Grange yesterday established a
new aeroplane record by driving his
monoplane 127 miles in two hours
and thirty minutes. The previous :
record was held by Bleriot. who flew
across the English channel.
From and after December 3 1. 1909.
neither F. R. Colbert or E. W. Elliott
are this company's authorized rep
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
HOUSE FOR RENT.
HOUSE FOR RENT at 203 South
Mission street. 1-3
FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, some furniture
for sale. Corner Douglas and Pa-1
IIP YOU HAVE $300 rash, we will
furnish balance of rash necessary
to purchase a' lot and erect for
I yourself a good home, built in a
substantial manner and modern in]
every respect. A flattering propo-j
I sition for anyone with only a small 1
amount of available cash. Write]
to W. M.. care of Daily World. 1-6;
WANTED—A good sir] for general
housework. None other need ap
ply. Mrs. J. A. Seaman. 1-12 !
WANTED —Girl for general house
work. Wages per month.
Phono 355. 1-6
i WANTED Second hand furniture,]
heaters, ranges, household goods:
of all kinds. Phone 2075 or call!
on Derifield & Winn. First and Col-j
umbia streets. 1-6 I
ROOMS FOR RENT.
TWO UNFURNISHED housekeeping
rooms for rent. 14 South Mission
street. Phone 201. 1-6
TO ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN j
only, a very pleasant room, all j
j modern conveniences; close in. on
Pennsylvania aye. Phone 1624.
FOR SALE—Two counters and two
show cases at the Palmetto. 12-31
HORTICULTURIST of several years'!
experience in the valley wants po-;
sition to care for ranch, by the!
month or by the year. Write P. '
O. Box 4"..'., Wenatchee. 1-3
Mrs. Daker Porter, a prominent
water color artist of Idaho, will be in
Wenatchee January 4 and 5. and in
vites those interested to inspect her
collection of original heads, figures,
flowers and landscape printings at
Howard Thomas* Jewelry store on
Tuesday and Wednesday. ***** 1-3
j The Ellis-Forde Co. men's clothing
j department is now upside down with
jliew stock. Wq are working every
j night to put it in shape for the public
] by Monday next.
j Having decided to take charge of
I the district of Chelan and Grant
■ counties for the Northwestern Mutual
, Life Insurance Co.. 1 desire to an
) nounce that only clean, honest busi
ness methods will be used in the plac
; ing of this insurance. The North
' western is the largest purely Amer
; lean life insurance company with as
! sets of over two and a half millions.
It is the largest dividend paying com
pany in existence and has been 51
years proving that to the people. Paid
nearly nine and a half millions to
policy holders this year Information
gladly furnished and in writing for
policy information be sure to give
age of nearest birthday.
Agents wauled for every town and
part of these counties.
E. U. BOICE.
*** District Manager.
r>l2 Yakima Street.
.Notice is hereby given to all per
sons who have expressed a desire to
Date of Sale-On January 3, 1910, We
Will Place on the Market
Lots in This Townsite
Remember—This sale opens January 3, 1910.
Prices $15 to $100 each; terms 1-5 down,
balance 16 months. We have the plat at
our office and will be pleased to
furnish full information.
WENATCHEE VALLEY LAND CO.
O. W. BUTLER
enter into the fellowship of the Con
gregational church, that on next
Lord's day formal services of cove
nanted fellowship, the administration
of baptism and the Lord's Supper will
be observed at 11 a. m., in Masonic
rooms. We cordially invite any oth
ers who love our Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ and desire to commence
or renew the Christian life, to meet
with us. and hand their names to the
pastor, or the clerk, Mrs. L. Tice, in,
Mr. Holcomb's store, on or before the
public service. All such will be en
rolled among the charter members of
the Plymouth Congregational church.
Rooms to accommodate parents hav
ing young children will be warmed
and opened for their use. Deacons
will be ordained also. •**!-!
COURT HOUSE BLOTTER
U. E. Contract —T. W. Hatchings
ci ux. to Harriet E. Gray, lots 26 and
2 7 in block 2 9 G. X. Plat of Wenat
Conditional Sale Wm. T. Jones to
W. J. Chapman, vacuum cleaner.
Deed Earl W. Jewell et ux. to A.
.1 Bass, lots 6, 7 and 8 in block 5
Dill's Orchard Tracts and water right.
Mortgage Wm. Brisky to North
American Mortgage bank, $2600.
Proof of Labor —Bnbllc to C. E
Release of Contract- Phillip It.
Linville to A. J. Linville.
Mortgage ThOS. R. Meeker to D.
C. Abbot, notes and bonds in Twp.
LOTS THK LOTS IN THIS TOWNSITE ARK ALL LEVEL AND
LOCATED TO COMMAND A FINK VIEW OF THE SURROUND
PRICKS THK LOTS WILL BE PLACED ON THK MARKET AT
PRICES FROM $15 TO $100 PER LOT.
TERMS WE ARK MAKING TERMS ON THESE LOTS THAT CAN
BE REACHED BY ALL- ONE FIFTH DOWN. BALANCE IN 16
ADVANTAGES THIS TOWN IS LOCATED ON THE MAIN 1,1 NE OF
THE GREAT NORTHERN: IS THE .U NCTION OF THE GREAT
NORTHERN-WASHINGTON CENTRAL; ALSO IS CONNECTED
WITH THE NORTHERN PACIFIC BY A LINE FROM CON
NELL. THIS LINE CROSSES THE CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE &
ST. PAUL AND RUNS THROUGH THE MOSES LAKE COUN
TRY :IS SURROUNDED BY A VAST AREA OF FINE FRUIT
LAND OWNED AND OPERATED BY THK ADRIAN IRRIGA
TION CO. IS LOCATED ABOUT THE CENTER OF GRANT
COUNTY AND HAS ALL ADVANTAGES TO BECOME THE
COMMERCIAL CENTER OF THIS FERTILE COUNTY.
24, R. 18, $500.
Mortgage—Camille Massie et ux.
to Eliz. Hogler, W% of NW% of;
Sec. 12, Twp. 26, R. 17, $500.
Bill of Sale —Chas. S. Craig to Ila 1
B. Craig, personal property, $1.
Assignment of Mortgage—H, R.
Parshall to John Elfers. $1.
Patent —U. S. to James E. Mc-
Mortgage James W. Card to N
Wi ft Pftf. Hypotheek Bank, lands,
near Twp. 23, R. 20, $1000.
Mortgage—George W. Bradley to
Marian McGuin, lot 2. block 14, Col
umbia Bridge addition. $150.
Happy New Year"
Jeweler and Optometrist
Chattel Mortgage- Frances M.
Conley to Wells & Morris. $47.50.
Conditional Sale- —H. M. Maxwell
to C. T. Ardron, pool room
and good will, $5000.
Best yet in vaudeville.
Dorando—Chinese Musical come
dian. Drake & Fraz in comedy, song
and dance. Complete change of pro
gram yesterday. Motion pictures as
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