Personal Indention and
City News in Brief
For Linoleam varnish, go to Russell
Jnst in new sheet music, 10 cents,
up. Weaatchee Bazaar.
Money to loan on farm lavas or
oha**eiß. John A. Gellarly.
tor cheap wall paper and tnrlap,
gc to Rcsseil.
For longtime fa»m loans applj to J.
For sile—Twc good milch cows.
C. A. Steiling. phone 322. c-8-7
Pi un, Violii, Mandolin, Guitar,
rnaeic, 10 ots. At Wenatchee Bazaar.
Up-to-date automobile supplies, hi
cyolas repaired, all work guarantee i.
Catohall Store, Phone 424.
Leave orders at this office for the
Chant Musio Co s piano tuner
Good slab wood, stove lengtn. $5.00
per oord, delivered. Wenatobeee Fuel
We will give 5 cents per bottle for
each citrate of magnesia bottle re
turned to us. Wenatchee Drug Co.
First class cotton covered rubber
garden liosp. with sprayei and norzie
tree only 10 Jand 12 cents per foot.
Mrs. J A. Seaman left yesterday
for Seattle where she will visit with
friinds and relatives foi some time.
Miss Mollie Moriison has returned
from a camping trip op tne Stem'lt
and will resume htr duties at Par
Mr. and Mts. Mark ayers and fam
ily oame down from Waterville this
morning and left on the noon train for
E. L. Thayer, stenographer for the
O. and O. steamboat company is spend
ing a two weeks vacation at the home
of his mother in Everett.
Elzie Vaohon has taken a position
as oasnier at tbe Ellis-Forde company
store daring the absoence of Mrs. Ida
Johnson who is [taking a vacation aud
is visiting friends a Spokane.
Mrs. M. Rawlins came down from
her home at Leavenworth yesterday
afternoon on a short trip and accom
panied Mrs. C. C. Griggs and ohildren
tank on the midnight train.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
E. O . Soott Charles and Ola Gooh
nonr George Yates and Mr. Gochnonr,
father or tne Gochnour family, left
last night for a two weeks ooting
Miss Hearl<? returned to Wenatohee
today oo the early morning traiu from
Leavenworth where she has been vis
iting Dr. Snore and family. Whil9
there she also visitel at the camp of
Roy. Hilton, three miles from Leaven
worth. Mr. Hilton and fauiiiy expect
to return to Wenatchee the latter parr
or the week.
The Oonuty Cmmissioners met yes
terday morning to open the bids and
award the oonstrnotion of the new
wagon brilge at Monitor, bat discov
ered tt'.at an errcr had been made in
the poblioetion of the advertisement
for bids end ordered that it be pab
The board will meet again August
31 and open the bids and award the
We have a full these
delicious candies. None better
are made anywhere. Theyjare
of purest materials, daintily ar
ranged in neat, dainty, artistic
packages. Try some.
S, O. McCREADY, Prop.
O. M. Holt left last night for a short
trip to Meriitt.
Stillman Millei has returned from
the camp at Merritt.
H. Simpson left last night for a
short bnsinesß clip to Seattle.
J. E. Brace and son Bert and C. H.
Hdgine spent Saturday in town.
Aouty Gray, who has been ill for
some time is reported much worse to
Fred lillis retained yesterday after
noon frcm an outing at Lake Wenat.
Joe Miller went to Meriitr on Satur
day to join the party at J. H. Mil ler's
('has. Kyle is nimble to be at his
c'uties at the Peail Giocery today on
account of illness.
I. M- Derifield was a business vis
itor to Wenatohee on Sataiday from
his ranch »t Malaga.
Pornm Pattresou has accepted a
position in P. P. Holeomb'i etoie on
Rev Hilton came down to Wenatch
ee from bis camp at Leavenworth yea
ter day, returned today
Mrs Paul Mntzke's mother arived in
Wenatchee a tew days ago from Ephia
ta for a visit with her daughter
Miss Ola Gnohnnnr will lake her
vauaticn at Merritt this week and
will leave for that place tonight.
Geo H Metriam of Leavenworth
has purchesed the residence ot E Fan
sler at 22 Pennsylvania avenue anrl
will move to this city with his family
W. C. T. U. Reading Room Notes
Many thanks to Mrs. H. S. Mai
tin for the beau'ifol boaqaet of sweet
peas she brought to the reading rooms.
There are two umbrellas awaiting
tne owners , at the reading looms.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be neld Friday afternoon
Aug. 10 at the residence of Mrs. L
Went Against His Stomach.
'No. 6ir." said the man to the news
paper solicitor, "I doot want youi
paper any longer, nor any other.
"Bat saielv , sir," was the saave
reply, "yon wish to keep abie-ast of
the news of the day."
"Not rut—no. sir, [I want to eat
three meals a day. I dent want to
read about how my meat is prepared,
nor how the track gardners are be-
ing exposed lor patting artificial co
i lore and preservatives on their veueta
j Idee, nor how the trait is doped and
dragged, nor bow the milkmen never
wash their hands, and pat formalde
hyde into the milk, nor how—Not a
dadgammed uewspiper nor magazine
for me. Its bard to do without
j them bat I dontjneend [to starve to
Fire Threatens Fish Hatchery.
Chiwankum, Monday, Aug. 7.—The
Washington State fish hatohery was
nearly destroyed by forest fires one
mile below thi« plaoe Thursday night.
It took all the section men to suodue
thejrtames and put the hatchery Out
For three miles tbe mountains have
been burned by the fires and several
million feet of valuable timber destroy
ed. The winds are aeeming to fan
the breezes on and on and ti.e|danger
is growing greater hourly.
Are >ou going to build? If
you are, why not build out of
double air spaced cement blocks
and have a fire-proof, frost-proof,
vermin-proof house, cool in sum
mer, warm in winter; sava one
half the fuel bills.
Fruit growers, do you want a
fruit cellar that is up-to-date? If
you do put it up out of cement
blocks. Call around and let us
figure with you.
Wenatchee Pressed Stone Co.
Malaga, Aug., 6.—The Palm, famil
ies returned from their Monitor trip
I'tm Deiifitld ascended Stemiit hill
.lamp? Atfeerifou of Weuatche was
on our sheets Fiiday.
Alec McMnllen made a busiue&s trip
to tne county seat Friday.
S. E. Hanan has departed tor the
harvest fields of the Big Beud country.
Mark Fuller left Saturday morning
for the harvest fields on Badgr Moan
Tne sick ohild cf Mr. and Mrs. E.
Hanan is slowly improviug from its
Chaß Kinney of Stemllt creek was
a busiir-ss visitor at the county
Alt c MoMnll.'u trnve anothet one ot
those good old tnsl.iun dances agaii
John Gorr and Cua Guiuey and
families returueJ frcm the if ttip to
Okanogan Friday evening.
L W. Smart purchased a new driv
ing lioire from tf>e Socoms' on
Clockum cieek last Saturday.
Mirs Freda Olsen of Seattle who has
neeu visiting tiiends at Lakeside,
came down Fii my and will spend a
few dnys with lei f'leuds at the J.
C. Corcoran lanch
Hariy Kanokir who has been fore
man on the J. R. Akin ranch the
patt few months lett Monday mori:iig
for Badger Mountai >s where he will
work in the Harvest fields.
Clarence Bradford came down San
day from Wheeler hill and tooK t'te
kinks out o" a oou[ Is of wild cayuses
for J. A. Rippey. Quite a number of
spectators were iv attendance Watch
ing the sport.
Samupl R. Phipps, son of John R
and Fannie Phipps was born at Darks
ville. Mo , Aug., 24, 1884, died ar
the home of Mrs. 1. J. Bnruett, Cal
lao, Mo., July 20, 1906, aged 21 jeais
10 mouths and 26 aays
In December of 1903, Mr Hupps
came to Wenatchbe and made liis borne
with his brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Phipps Phoitly afar iria
arrival in this city he was converted
and became s member of the M. E.
obnrch, living ami 1 the toils, cares,
and temptations incident to a yonng
man, a life that demOLßtrated the sav
ing and beeping powers of God.
As a mem >er of the VYenatochee
Huh School he |won the love and con
fidence of his class mates , and as a
oletk in Mr P. P. Holcomb's store
he won tbe trisndship of many by his
courteous treatment of all he mat.
neiog stiicken with a i isease that
indicated tuat the end of this life was
not far off ne let Wenatohee and re
turned to his eastern home that he
might spend his last days with moth
er, brother, Bisters and his many
To Sam, death was a victory; the
dark valley had no terrors for him for
he was oonfl lent of the ptesenoe of
the Son of God to pilot him over, and
leaving as his last message to tne
world the 123' Psalm and the last
chapter of Revelati ins he went on to
meet the God whom he had learned
to love and serve here.
Beside bis mother, one brother and
three sisters in the old eastern home
Sam leaves to mourn his departnre bis
brother, J. R Pnipps and family of
this city and a hnait of friend who
learned to love htm during bis resi
Why Sh« Fainted.
"My dear," lava the thoughtful
husband, entering 'the home with a
huge package in his arms, "yon re*
member last week when yon aeooied
such a wonderful bargain in shirts at
48 cents and neckties at three tor a
quarter for ne?"
"Yes. love" says tne fond wife.
"Well, dont think I didn't appreci
ate your thougntfalness. See, I nave
bought something for yon. I noticed
some beantifnl green and yellow plaid
goods in a'show wiodow on my way
home and bongnt you 80 yards of it at
4 cents a yard. The olerk said it was
a great bargiain, and it will make
enough dresses to last you two years.
Why, she has tainted."
in Lincoln County; 2Y2 miles east of
Go van; 6 miles south of Wilbur;
$1,000 cash, balance in «> equal install
ments within o years at (3 per cent, interest.
G. A. VIRTUE
306 Boston Block
WATCH THIS SPACE
FOR THE OPENING DATE
New Store, New Goods,
mri* j * J - «? -■ •
the new sightly close in addition to We
natchee, are now on sale.
The prices for lots will be as low as
$175. The terms will be eas\% on the
installment plan if you wish. Lots are
on sale in ever}' real estate office in the
cit\ r and by myself at the Cottage
House. The lots are in fruit trees and
small fruit. Perpetual water right.
Those desiring choice lots apply early.
Full particulars on application.
OF THE NEW
The Newest Creations
In Women's Wearing
Apparel For Fall.
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