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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, May 07, 1906, Image 4

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Personal Indention and
City News in Brief
For longtime fai-m loans appl< So J.
P. Mooney
Don't miss the grade entertain
ment Friday eve. May 11 at tne the
O. D. Webster of Quiacy is a busi
nehs visitor in the city.
Trimmed wall paper. 10 certs doub
le roll at Russell's.
Grade entertainment, Friday eve.
at the theater admission 25. 35, and 50
Al. Rovers a merchant of Waterville
was a Weuatchee visitor yesterday
Housekeeping rooms for rent at Col
lumbia Hotel. tf.
A. D. Case a bsnker of '.Vanrvlile
was in Wenatchee yesterday.
For Linoleum varnish, go to Russell
Try Central Market for good meats
and quick delivery. Alhin Meat Co.
Marvin Chase returned yesterday
from a business trip to Billings. Mont.
There art> ovei 700 children iv the
grades of the Wenatchee schools. 150
childien have been selected t" tube
part iv tbe entertainment Friday eve.
at tbe theatre.
First class tabL board at 22 die lan
Aye. North.
A small woodshed in tne rest of the
home of Mr. Calentiu on Chetan ave
nue, caught fiie yesterday a«a wp.s to
tally destroyed*. It i» not sncwn how
the fire originaterl.
We will give 5 cents per bottle for
each citrato of magnesia bottle re
turned to os Wenatchee Drug Co.
A number of Wenatchee mothers
will meet tomorrow afternocu at 2 :S0
o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. B.
Palmer to organize a Mothers' club.
Louis Crollard will take limited
number of violin pupils, Farmer's
phone, 63. 5 11
This page of exceptional values speaks volumes for the advantages the public receives when trading
at ParshaHs. Here is merchandise of the very best quality, every article desirable, stylish and serviceable,
offered to you at prices that are rarely duplicated. What more convincing proof could one have that this
store is serving the public well than the unusual opportunities for money saving we offer you today. We
have something to interest everybody.
White wash suits andskirts
Every indicalion points to a white season this year and our
wash suits and skirts are just tl c thing for those who desire the
latest styles at the least i>ossible expense.
They come in sheer, dainty Swiss, embroidered patterns and are beauties, every one.
Chi namel for floors aui furniture
at Russell's.
Mrs. L. D. Wiuteis will leave to
morrow for a visit of two months at
her old home in Bourbon, lnd.
Beginning today the Palace Cafe
will keep open all night. Best meals
in city.
\V. T. Clarke arrived in the city
yesterday ftom Spokane, returning on
the afternoon train today.
Our ice wagon is now making the
daily found ; patties wishing ice at res
idences please phone us or leave word
at office. J. H. Ferryman c 5 11
Wenatchee lias over 70,* of the hard-
live!i?Bt, brightest yonngsteis to
he found anywhere. Come and near
them Frilay eve. at the theatre.
Up-to-date automobile supplies, bi
cyelea repaired, all work guaranteed,
Catchall Store, Phone 424.
Assistant City Engineer Scort of Se
attle is in the city today. Mr. Soon
is consulting engineer for the bridge
across tbe Calami i i and also has a
five acre orchard in the valley.
For cheap wall paper and turlap,
go to R DSseli.
Yoa, who have no chilJren of your
opwo, come and participate in the
pride and joy of those who nave, at
the theatre Fiidav evening.
Nick Nichoison, traveling agent of
the commissary department of the con
straction camps of the Cheat Nortli
crn, was in wenatchee Saturday.
First class Japanese cook wants job
on steamoo&t or iv restaurant or hotel.
Address, Harry Hama, Roosevelt Ho
tel. 5 8
Seventeen teachers from seventeen
different stasis are naming the ohild
for Frilav eve. Come and see the xe
buH at the rbeatie.
Ladies' white
liren wash
skirts $1.50
Ladies' white
linen wash
suits $5.50
Ladi *s' white
linen blouse,
sailor collar
trimmed in
blue $8.00
White damask
waistings, a
variety cf small
neat patterns
White pig ue ,
I A good spring ronio—the giade <>n
tertaiomeut Frilay eve.at the theater.
Judge Palmer this morning fiued
Clias MoGeorge ♦5 and coats lor being
drunk and aisorderlv on the streets
of Wenatchee yesterday. Harry Bran
ton received a fine o! 4 1-2 dajs later
ou the streets for the samo offense.
It jou have children eoaoe anrl lieat
them Friday eve at tiie theatre.
Money to loan on farm lanas or
cha"eis. John A. Gellvily.
.7. L. MoDaiiele and wife of Waiei
ville are registered at the Elberta.
Dr. Al nedaJ. MoCall Osteopathic
phtsioiau, office over Wiester's store.
Grant Smith of Oicago, contractor
for the new Colombia river bridge is
in the city looking after business in
terests. He states t'-at work wil l prob
nblv be resumed on t*>e biidge in a few
days. A sufficient supply 0 f cement
ia on haul to complete the bridge, bnt
owing to a sHght misunderstanding
With the railroad company and the 'oss
of the bill of ladiug, the foremen
tiere whs unable to get tlie cement,
wbioh is ia t tie cars, it leased
Have you forgotten your owu school
days? Com" renew Uiem Friday eve.
at the theatre.
Miss Parker, tne reader or the
Christian Science church ot Wenat
ohee, lett Thursday for Spokane, j
From there she will go ro her oid
boms iv the cist for an extended visit, j
Jamej Atkinson left on the noon
train today for Leavenworth..
Work began ou tne new Rosenborg
Dlook tins morning. A number of holes
A happy home is Hie most valuable
possession that U within tbe reacn of
mankind, bat yoa cannot enjoy ill
comforts it yon ore eufferitg frott
rhe maiis v Yen ttirow aside busi
ness cares when you enter youi home
aud you can be relieved from tuose
rheamatin pains also by applying
Ghamberlaiu's Fain Balm O.if- ap
plication will give you relief and iis
o ntiuued use for a short time will
bring about a permanent core. Foi
sale by all druggists.
small figured
White pique, small figured
White India linon, regular 10c
Cotton voilles
Apron ginghams
Madras waistings
Scotch lawns
Dress ginghams
35c Turnover Collars
The largest and best as
sortment of turnover collars
that we have ever shown.
were] dog ii the stn et on the land va
cated by the city end donated to Mr.
Rosenberg. These are being hlleJ
with wot r and as soon as the ground
is thmo chly soaked, escavati M wil
begin on a Urge soal".
Clias Frye of the Frye Btuhn com
pany of Beanie passed throngii Wen*t
cbee je'rilay on liU way up the liver
aud returned yesterday leaving on tbe
afternoon trßiu for Seattle. His visit
to this part of tbe country aroused
much interest as it is the first time
lie has been here in years. It is rum
ored that he was here to arratge
for supplying the Great Northern
grading camps on the Wenatchee-
Oroville branch with meat. This
would iudicate. as have many other
recent events, that work will begin ou
the toad.at au early date
Farmers ana Merchants
General banking' business. Correspondents: Bank otZCaMfcrnla, Seattle
Angio-Cwllfornia banrt, San Francisco; Cftase National bank, ftew York. First
National bank, Chicago
Bank Brafts
Cheapest Easiest Safest
way to send money
Columbia Valley Bank
Issues drafts on all parts of the woild
Drafts up to $1C be
" $10 to $50...10 c
" $50 to $75...15 c
" $75 to $100 20c
Rat em of Foreign Draft* on Application
12 1 2c
12 1 2c
The success of our men's department has been wonderful.
A policy of giving the very best possible value for every dollar
has made this section an exceedingly popular shopping place.
We mention a few of our leading offers for the week.
Dark and medium
greys $9.50
Dark brown mix
ed $1350
The ever popular
blue serge $16.50
The new gray
orsted $20.00
Men's grey two
piece suits $6.00
Men's dark grey
mixed two-piece
suits $8.50
Men's blue serge two-piece suits
Young men's suits $4.00
Young men's suits $5.00
Young men s suits in the latest mixtures $8.50
Young men's suits, double breasted $13.50
Plans Complete for Hotel
G. W. Stetson arrived in Wenatchee
yesterday from Seattle in company
with nis wife, his Mater-in-law. Mis.
Taylor and his son in-law Robert Don
aldson, and wife. Mr S'otsou ii here
to investigate fnrthei the hutel situ
atioo, and while he would state noth
ing definite as to his proposition, he
brought with him complete plans for
a hotel 80x90 font and three stories
high. The hotel is of the Mission style
of architecture and will t>e a frame
structure. Mr. Sutsou stated this
morning that he ''ad dcci led upon
nothing definite as to the 'ocation of
his hoilriiig. When complete the
betel Will be lessed by Mrs. Taylor.
Men's Clothing

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