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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, February 01, 1906, Image 4

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Local and Personal
Mies Erma Misul left for Bellingh»m
where she will attend Normal school.
W. Dwight MoCaughey. teaoher of
music, farmers phone 310.
Mr and Mrs. S. Hanuan, of Entiat,
were iv town today.
"We are pleased to announce that
train number 205 and 200, the rew
local train oetween Spokane and
Leavenworth, will carry a buffet sleep
er. The drawing room and the sect
ions in this sleeper have been assigned
to Wenatchee. It will be set out at
Wenatchee by train number 205 west
bound, at midnight. Thi? will enable
those who wish to go to Suokane, or
avoid waiting for the Oriental Limit
ed at 3:20 a. ra., to retire at 10:50 p.
ra., and awake in Spokane at 8:00 a.
m., wliere they oan continue .heir
journey east or stop at Spokane as
they may wish."
Can loan money on your home, your
furni*ure, your stock or any old thing,
See Gellatiy.
Louis Stetwater, of Entiat, was a
visitor in the city Wedensday and
Thursday. He has just returned from
a business trip to Soattle.
Get your job printing at the Daily
World job printing department Sat
isfactory work guaranteed. Let us
show you samples.
Fred T. Scheber, of Coulie City,
was a business visitor in this city Wed
Thomas is the man who makes the
watch go.
J. S. Jenkins, of Couiie < !ity, spent
Wednesday in Wenatchee, returning to
his home today.
For sale—A six room house, two
lots, good location close m. A snap at
$850. P. O. bos 304. c-tf
| J. G. Kennedy of Waterville, was
a Wenatchee visitor Wednesday.
"Please advise your friends in the
east that the Great Northern will
make the usual daily, one way. col
onist excursion rates from the east to
Wenatchee at the usual low rates.
Rate from St. raul to Wenatchee will
b« $22.50 and correspondingly low
rates from other eastern points.
Tickets will be on sale at our eastern
terminals *ebrnary 15 to April 15
inclusive, and from September 15 to
October 31, 1900, inclusive."
R. M. Kelly and W. D. Kelly, of
Odessa, are in tbe city looking over
prop'ety here.
Bring your prescriptions to us. We
Will fill it right. Wenatohee Drug Co.
C. W. Harris of gSeattle, is in |We
natchee in the interests of the Wash
ington Meteor Mining company.
For longtime farm loans apply to J-
S. Mooney
Rev. J. A. Graves will go to Entiat
today to be gone until Monday. He
will conduct services at the Christian
church ot Entiat.
Found—Gold bracelet. Apply to
A. E. Thompson.
Father Colin is going to Waterville
Saturday. He will preach there Sun
day and then make a circuit of the'sur
rounding country holding"ma3S and
hearing confessions.
Dr. Almeda J. McCall, Osteopathic
physician. Offices over Wiester' sstore
Hermann W. Schroeder, who has
been employed in Caldwell's tailoring
establishment, has bought oat Blame
Sullivan, of the firm of Sullivan aud
Nolan. Mr Sullivan will str«y in We
natchee The reason of his selling is
ill healt...
Pure drugs, careful, competent com
pounding in our prescription depart
ment. Wenatchee Drug Co-
B. A. Beal left on last night's train
for Seatt'e.J where he will visit his
wife and son. lie will return to We
natchee in time to particpare ia the
opening of the Comnierzal club rooms
and the banquet.
Wanted—A lady , roomer, use of
bath and piano. Apply at World
Ai thnr Fsher, who has recently
-worked W r tl,e Harln Meat'company,
left last nigh* 'or Seattle where he
.hopes to secure employment,
We hare ft brand new 6-»- oom modern
house, close in. Lot 75 x 145, all in
frnu trees. A snap at $2500 if taken
at once. Bower and Nowlan.
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church will give a birthday social on
the 22nd of this month.
Have yonr watch repaired at Thom
as*, the man who makes watches go.
R. F. Holm returned Tuesday from
his triD to the Entiat.
Go to Palace Restaurnant for the
beat meal in town everything clean.
The preparations fot the big minstrel
show are going steadily on. There are
iehearsais almost daily and the memb
ers of this unique aggregation will be
in perfect shape to tickle the public by
Monday evening, Febuay o.
We have a customer who wants
some centrally locaetd business pro
perty. Let us sell it for you.
Bower and Nowlan.
The Wenatchee military band will
meet for rehear.-al ot the city hall
this evening at 7:30. The porgram for
the concert to be given on Feb. 10
vkill be thoroughly practiced and all
members are requested to be pesent.
If you have real estate to sell, list it
witn us. We have buyers.
Bower and Nowlan.
Mr. Clary went to Entiat today to
look over property there.
$7.75 buys a ton of claau foil
Weight Roslyu coal. Catchall store,
36 Wenatchee Aye North. Farmers
'Phone 424.
Mrs. A. Z. We Ills, who has been
ill. is reported to be improviug.
Money, Money, Money to loan on
farm, city or chattel security. See
Juo. A. Gellatly.
Miss Laura Miller is in Cashmere
visiting Miss Louise Peters.
Mrs. Slicfc, mother of Mrs. A. Z.
Wells, is here taking care of her
daughter d uring iter illness.
A surprise birthday party was given
to Mrs. A. Maoy Wednesday even
ing. A social time was enjoyed and re
freshments were served. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. if. Royce, Mr.
Nerr Small, Miss Emma Small, Mrs.
Miller, Miss Lauiw Miller and Miss
E. Beokly.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Griggs will
leave for Seattle Sunday for a shoit
visit with relatives.
Shoes mended, first class wortc.
Simpson's quick repair shop. Just be
low Wiester's.
Mrs. f. J. McKnight. who has
been quite ill is slowly improving.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Chelan County Horticultural associat
ion will be held on Feb. 6at the Com
mercial Club rooms at 2 o'clock p. m.
'■ The oilicers request a large attendance.
Tuesday eveniug Mrs. Dr. Cameron
! entertitined tne J. M. club and some
|of their friends at her reisdence. Tbe
J feature cl the amusements of tne even
i ing was the " verse puzzle." There
j were a number of verses wiitteu and
leach verse hart reference to one of the
| guests. Through what was expressed
|iv the verse the name could be guess
jed. Mrs. McGuiun won the prize tor
I gaessing the great est number of names.
| Those present were: Mesdames T.
;J. Groves, Henry, M. E. Morse,
I r;arnsworth, Boyd, Cutts, Olive, Utter,
: Farshall, Pacbari, Chase. Dishou,
! Godfrey. Griggs, Growl, Clayton,
, Dora Jones, Crass, Littlefield, J.
; Culp, McGniuu, Gale and M. O.
j Tibbits. Mrs. Camreou received a
! gold lined silver spoon from the club.
Howard Baaiugartner, has sold his
interest in the Palace bakery and re
staurant ani has gone to Malaga.
Tony Suydei of the Big Bend, who
nas been visiting friends in St.
Paul, returned Tuesday. He will
spend a few days in Wenatchee visit
ing W. J. Kruisei and family uefore re
turning to his ranch.
George Eiiuias, an Indian of Cash
mere, died Monday and was examined
by Dr. McCoy who decided that lie
came to his death by an overdose of
lemon extract. The Indians whom tbe
doctor and prosecuting attorney quest
ioned, said that the deceased drank
four bottles of lemon extract and this
the doctor believes, was undoubtedly
the cause of his death.'
The ladianß who were questioned
were as reticent about saying any
thing as Indians usually are. They
have all been drinking considerable
according to the reports which the in
vestigation brought out, and were not
very good natured over being question
ed concerning tbe death of their tribes
man. It is also reported that the Indians
held a large dance reoently. Tne dead
man will he buried by the other mem
bers of the trihe this afternoon.
Dr. McCoy who returned from Cash
mere today states that he does not con
sider an inquest necessary.
The Great White SeJe
Begins tomorrow, February 2nd, and will
continue until Saturday, February 10th.
Dainty under muslins never sold for so little. These
items bespeak of the many other bargains
that await you at The Big Store
39c— for chemise made of a soft finished cambric
trimmeu with lace in sertion, beading and
ribbon. '"V" or high neck,regular price 50c
59c —for chemise made of tine Lonsdale cambric,
tucked and trimmed with embroidery. "V"
or high neck. Regular price 7."> c.
99c—for chemise made of fine Lonsdale cambric,
embroidery y'o»\.e. and trimmed with a fine
Swiss embroidery. Regular price $1.23.
$1.29—f0r chemise made of English long cloth,
trimmed with embroidery and insertion
and beading woven with ribbon. "V" or
high neck. Regular price $1.50.
29c for corset covers'made of soft finished cambric with
small tucks and trimmed with lace and embroidery,
Regular price .'soc.
39c—for corset covers made of a tine Lonsdale cambric,
trimmed with lace and insertion. Regular price 50c.
59c—for corset covers made of a sheer Lonsdale cambric,four
rows of tucking with a wide embroidery. '"V" or high
neck. Regular price Toe.
79c —for corset covers made of English iong cloth, three
rows of insertion and dainty lace yoke, regular price $1
59c for drawers made of a tine soft finished Lonsdale cam
bric, trimmed with lace and insertion and three rows
of beading woven with ribbon, regular price 75c.
Prosecuting Attorney Crass return
ed last night from a trip to Cashmere,
W; H. Russell returued today fiom
Cashmere, where lie has been working
for the past few days.
Tne Ladies Aid of tbe Presbyterian
church, whiob met yesterday number
ed 54and over $5 in dues was taken in.
Cnas. SVildberger assistant cashier
in tlie Columbia Valley bank, is Sav
ing a two-story f:ame residence erect
ed on D street.
Conrad Rose left foi Seattle today
on business.
Marvin Chase leaves tonight for a
business trip to Seattle.
The First Wealth Is
These are words of truth.
Everyone should guard
his health. Everyone
should take care to pur
chase, from a reliable
druggist, drugs and med
icines to combat illness
and preserve health. All
our medicines are of the
best; our drugs new,
fresh aud strong.
S. C. IrlcCready, Proprietor
59: for gowns mao>of Lonsdale m isl'n with lace yoke and
tucking. Made full. Regular price " r >a.
78c- for gowns made of tine Lonsdale muslin with lace in
sertion and tucked yoke. Regular price ILOO.
98c —for gowns made of iglish long cloth, made full.tucked
yoke with embroidery edging. "V" or high neck, el
bow sleeves trimmed with dainty embroidery. Regu
lar price $1.25.
$1.28 —for gowns made of Lonesdale cambric, tin." Swiss em
broidery aud insertion, yoke. •"V" or high neck and
elbow sleeves. Regular price $1.50.
$1.38 for gowns made of English long cloth with exquisite
lace yoke elbow sleeves, with deep lace. "V" shape
neck. Regular price $1.75.
$I.6B—for gowns made of English long cloth trimmed with
embroidery and beauing. Interwoven with ribbons.
l V shape neck and elbow sleeves, regular price $2.00.
$2.09 for gowns made of tine Nainsook, elbow sleeves,
trimmed with wide luck yoke made with three rows of
wide insertion. "V* shape neck, regular price 82.50.
Muslin Drawers
39c for drawers made of a
fine Lonsdale muslin,
trimmed with lace and
insertion. Others with
embroidery and bead
ing, regular price 50c
49c for drawers made of a
soft Lonsdale cam brie
trimmed with a deep
lace and insertion and
tucked, regular price
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Capital - - $25,000
Surplus - - $2,500
General banking business. Correspondents: Bank of' California, Seattle
Anoio-Caiifornia bank, San Francisco; Chase National bank, New York. First
National bank, Chicago.
Columbia Valley Bank
Capital and Surplus $SO.OOO
Interest paid on Time Certificates
of Deposit as follows:—
If left for three months 2 per cent, per annum
" " six " 8 per cent. "
" " twelve " 4 per cent. "
They Are Subject to Withdrawal
at Any Time Without Notice.
79c—fur underskirts made of a soft cambric with
embroidery and tucking, regular price $1.
$1.29 for underskirts matte of tine Lonsdale
muslin, two rows of wide insertion, ten
rows of tucking, regular price $1.50.
$1.69 -for underskirts made of Lonsdale cam
bric, trimmed with four row* ot lace inser
tion and lucking, regular price !:•">.
$1.99 for underskirts made of Lonsdale cambric
with 11 inches Swiss embroidery ami inaer
tion.ten rows of tucking.regular price t&SO

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