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City News in Brief For longtime fa.ni loans apply 5o J. S. Moonev Walter M. Olive left for Cashmere today ou a short business trip. Up-to-date automobile supplies, bi eyoles repaired, all work gusrauteen, Catchall Store, Phone 424. O. S. Sampson of Leavenwoith spent Sunday in Wenatc'iee on a short pleasure ti in. First class cotton covered rubber garden hose, with sprayer and nozzle tree only 10 and 12 cents per foot. Catchall Store. Chas. Uhdeu a commission man of Spokane, who has been spending a few days in town left for home yester day afternoon We will give 5 cents per bottle for each citrate of magnesia bottle re turned to os Wenatchee Drug Co. Mrs. Mildred Dodd Rhe, who has been visiting with Mt and Mrs. J. F. Chase, left for her home iv Rioe- ville, Montana Sunday afternoon Miss Nettie Benson, ariived in We natchee this week. Miss Benson an accomplished musici3n and is get- ting up classes iv both vocal and ins trumental musio. Mr. and Mrs. George Day, who have been improving their ranch on the Entiat River, came down on the boatjSunday morning and left for theit home in Spokane Sunday afternoon, after a short visit with Sir. and Mrs. T. J. Groves. Miss Ada Giant has resigned her: Albert B. Lord, circulation manag pooition with the Pacitio States Tele- er r „ r th „ .. Westerner", spent Satur phone and Telagraph Company, and day a f teru , ou an( j Sunday forenoon in had accepted a posi ion with the j tOWDi and i e ( t f or Seattle Sunday af- Farmers Telephone and Telegraph ; teruoon. Company. Mrs. A. A. Piper returned Satur day night from Spokane where she had gone as a delegate from the looa* chapter of the Eastern Star to the Grand Chapter of that order now in convention in Spokane. Misses Sylvia Grant and Vida Ulrey left for Seattle Sunday afternoon, where Miss Ulrey will spend the sum- uier with ber sister, Mrs. Jesse Wil- j liams. Miss Grant will be (rone about j three weeks on a pleasure trip. The work of potting on fie front of ■ the .1. 8. Mooney building was began Saturday morninz. The building will have an entire blown stone iron and will present a very fine appearance. It will be one of the most handsome ''• basiness blocks in town wlieu finished. The work is being done by Fred Hou ner, who is an experienced stone cut ter. The Farmers Telephone and Tele graph company moved t'»pir ollioe into the Whiter! Building yesterday, and also began the use of the new donble switcti board. A great deal of con fusion was the result as the wires were crossed iv changing switchboards, hut the trouble will be of short dura tion as the crossed lines will be rapid ly straightened out. Five operators will be needed to do the work every twenty four 'tours. Mioses Jessie Wil son and Ada Grant will have the fore noon shift. Misses Mabel Carden and Sylvia Smith the afternoon, and Miss Stella Alleubangh the ni?ht shift. DELICIOUS ICE CREAM The richest cream, the finest crushed fruit, the most dainty and delicious syrups and flavors combined in the proper manner. A cool, clean nlace to eat it in. If you want the best go to the Wenatchee Drug Company 9. O. MoCREADY, Prop. For Linoleum varnish, go to Russell. Freo: Morrison aud Vernon Ander son went to Leavenworth Sunday at- ternoon on a short pleasure trip Dr. Altneda J. McOall Osteopathic fphTsician, office over Wiester's store. I Howard Finch has resigned his po ; sirion at the 0 X Barn. Frank Palmer ot the Elli3-Forde store at Cushmere spent Sunday iv Wenatchee. For cheap wall paper and torlap, gc to Rosseli. Charles NcNerney and Gr.arlps Mar tin will leave for Entiit Tuesday on a business and pleasure flip. If you want a good 25c meal, go to the Palace Bakery and Cafe. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Tanner have moved to their ranch up Number 2 canyon, and will spend the summer there. Money to loan on farm lands or cha**eJs. John A. Gellarly. J Geery returned yesterday from Butte Montana, where he lias been for a month in the interest of The Hurst Automatic Switoh. Chas P Reed and J H Miller left : yesterday afternoon for Spokane to attend tbe Grand Chapter of Masonis Lodge in session there Mr Miller i went as the delegate from the local , lodee For Rent—3 furnished rooms suit able for light house keeeping at 352 | Mission St. North. c 7 19 C. P. Lee of Buroh flats, brought a number of tine young spring chick ens to town today which were dispos ed of at the Harlin Market The Elliß-Fcrde team played The Wenatchee Scrubs at the local diam ond, yesterday, beating them to the time of 14 to 2. The features of the game were three base hits by Gay lord Rawlins and Willie Horey. Henry Vaughn, a sou ot H. R. Vaughn of the Roosevelt Hotel, arriv ed iv town yesterrday from Spokane, where he ras Deen spending a month in the car shops. Mr. Vauqhn has just successfully completed the exami nation for the position of engineer, and will soon be assigned to a run, probably on this division. His num erous friends will be surprised and pleased to learn that he was recently married in Seattle, aud will bring Mrs. Vaughn to his place for a visit next week. Mr. Vaughn left on the noon train for Seattle today. \V. C. Boidow of aouthside is in town. Mr. Bordow will go to his ranch at Monitor today to harvest the crop. Mr. Bordow recently parchated this, ranch at Monitor from N. D. Rhodes. I Geo. T. P.ice formerly reporter for the Daily World, hot now edit or and publisher of the Epntata Reo . ord at Ephrata, arrived in town on the ; noon tain, on a shirt business trip. I Mirs Faun Wells is unable to attend to ncr duties today at the court house, as she is ill at her horn". W. C. T. U. Reading Room Notes The W. 0 T. U. met with Mrs. Albin yesterday. Mrs. Ablin douated a dictiouary to the leading room A book which has ber-n aksed for many times recently by persons reading in tiie room Mrs Wiuans has recovered from hei reoent illness Mrs O'Brien, her moth er took charge of the library and read ing room today. If you try the candies at tbe free reading room onoe you will want to oome again Come and get youiselr a supply of candy to enjoy over Sunday at the free reading room. DO YOU HAVE HEADACHES? Are you nervous, irritable, have faint spells, poor vision, cross eyes, or any other evidences of defective eyes or nerve irritation ? It is my business to remove these troubles and my success has been very gratifying. I guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. Prices reasonable. T. A. MEREDITH, Doctor of Optics. Office over Post Office. Shipping Horses from Ephrata Epbrate, Wash.. ,iune IS.—There ar.» i i the corral* iiere now 1700 hors- Ps awaiting shipment. About 1250 will bo seuc east tomorrow. Tbe corral are tlip scene today of cutting and sorti'ig out of fcue horses to he shipped MuCvrty will ue the heavy shipper this time. TowLsend having but few bores in the bunch The cars are not on the traota here, but are ex pected by ton ht. Market Report Tie following pi ices are teine paid today by the Wenatcliee Valley Fruit Growers association. Pie cherries, in straw berry crates 1.00 to 1 '25 Sweet cherries, in 101 D. boxes Straw berries, A grade Elack Caps Red Raspberries Peas per pound Beans per pound Gooseberries BOARD ADVERTISING FOR BIDS ON ADDITION TO WHITMAN SCHOOL The schoo I hoard of Weuatchre Sat in day began advertising for bids on the construction of an eight room stone and biick edoidon to the Whitman school building The bid* whn'i must be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of the l.i i, must be in by noon July i. Cor tractors must figuie on takirg down the wooden building row on the grounds and using the material in the new building. Plans and specifications for the new addition on Hie at Secre tary Littlefield's office and at the office of the architect, in the Coleman build ing in Seattle. BLUE LAW DOES NOT TOUCH CONFECTIONERS Heppner, Or , June 18 —A decision of the court that a oonfectiooery store has tie right to remain open on Sun day because of the perishatde goods in the stock, was rendered in the case of the state against Ashbaugh. E. C. Asnbaugh. proprietor of the Pastime cigar an! confectionery store, was arrested for violation of the "blue law" of Oregon, whish is to the effect that all bn?i"egs houses shall remain closed on Sunday. As!.ha ugh kept has place of business open last Sunday and was arrested upon complaint of the saloonmen, who were Determined to see that every place in town should remain closed as long as they were not allowed to keep their resorts open. The decision of the oourt is an im portant one to local confectioners, who declare that henceforth they will keep their stores open on Sunday. BURCH FLAT NEWS Wm. Mo Mullen ii erecting a rice residence on bis ranch on Birch Flrrt Mrs. S. F. Fry is able to be up again after a savere illness of owo weeks. The nay balers have finished bal ing nay, for the present, on the 'Olds' ranch. Mrs E. F. Fry has been siok for the last tew days. P. D Sutor has picked the last of his strawberries tor the season. The rain cf Fiiiay was quits re freshing Miss Reider, principal of the Beaoon Hill school has arrived home safely, after four days travel; delay was caused by washoats in Montana She will teach iv her home county, being seleoted principal of one of the town schools, for the ooming year. THE VERY BEST REMEDY FOR BOWEL TROUBLE, Mr. M. F. Borroaghs. an old ana well-known resident of Blufftou, Ind., says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as tne very best remedy for towel trouble, I make this statement alter having used the remedy in my family for sev eral years. lam never without it." Thisjremedy is almoHt sure to be need ed before the summer is over. Why uot buy it now and be prepared for suoh an emergency? For sale by all druggists. NO WOMEN IN CHICAGO POSTOFFICE Cli'caeo, June 18.—PostmiFter Ba?s>«\ of the Chicago postclliee, today issued uu oroer that women ate not wanted to work there Only lot) wom en are now employed on the citr's postal list out of 5,000 who die eligible Mr. Bu>se declaiert that women need not apply at the civil «orvi cc con mis sions for clerkships. This follows the action of the Barhnr Asphalt having Company, whicii has issued an order discharging all ft mule employes. This crusade agaii isl women is much criti cized. Ocean Liner Makes Record .75 to 1.00 $2.00 Quebec, [June 18 —A new record across the Atlantic as made by the Pacific revel mail steamship Empress of Britain, which has completed the run from Liverpool to Cape Race in three days and twenty-oue hours. The Empress left Liverpool Saturday morning at 6 o'clock, passed into open sea at 9 o"ciock, and spoke the wire less station here at 0 o'clock this morning from 100 miles out. _ 4.00 3.00 to 4.00 .04 .07 .03 1-1 The regular p:aver meptiog of the M E. church will meet 'Tuesday af ternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs P P. Holcomb. NOTICE TO FARMERS tAVe have all kinds of FEED, HAY, GRAIN AND WOOD Farmers' Phone 45 - - Mission Street Farmers ana Merchants Bank OF WENATCHEE. WASH Capital - - $25,000 Surplus - • $5,410 General banking' business. Correspondents: Bank oCCallfornla, Saattle Anglo-Callfornla bank, San Francisco; Chase National oank, New York. First National bank, Chicago. * J. M TOMPKINS. Pros R.F.LEWIS, V » JOHN GODFREY C ashler Bank Brafts Cheapest Easiest Safest way to send money Columbia Valley Bank Issues drafts on all parts of the woild Drafts up to $10 5c 41 $10 to $50...10 c 44 $50 to $75...15 c " $75 to $100 20c Rates of Foreign Draft* on Application PREMIUM TO BOTH OLD AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO THE DAILY WORLD For the next 90 da\s, we will give one-half dozen I 6) best quality, highest grade, triple plate, Roger Bros. $2.50 silver teaspoons with choice of four beautiful designs, to ever\one that will call at our office and pay $5.00 cash for a year's subscription to the Daily World. The regular retail price ot these spoons is $2,50. ST. LOUIS HELLO GIRLS CAN WEAR PEEK-A-BOOS St Lncis. Mo., June 18.—Hurray! hurray! for George H. Durant! Vive! vive le peeu a bco wai-,t! flcch der openwork hosiery! The 01083 of all this hilarity is that General Manager Geege H. Durmit of the Beil Telephone company i» broad minded. He declines to be guided by silly precedent. Manager Orth of New York ordered the gills in the telephone exchange to abandon peekaboo waists, short sleeves and open-work stocßings under penalty of dismissal. Other managers in other cities fc I low 3d scit It seemed up to Durant Mow Durantjook a look at the BC Louis bi 110 girl he fonud that, as far as he could see the peekaboo and tne Openwork, were very effective, and euiirelv proper to the normal rtiipd. Also be could find nothing in the constitutiin or flu magna charter forriddwg a wcuuu to wear what she pleases and, Durant shyly con fesses, he lus'nt the nerve to attempt it That was fine ice cream we had at the Palace Cafe Sunday. It was mad*> at thp Fern Oandy Kitchen, opposite the noßtorhcP. Stop trying to do it all yourself— advertise for help. CLARENCE WHEELER FREE OFFER c ('. 18.