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"A Stitch in Time
Saves Nine" says the proverb. A dollar deposited in our savings department to day may be the turning point in your career. Farmers & Merchants Bank of Wenatchee CAPITAL $50,000 4 psi-cent on mawlna* dmpomltm Buy a business block at residence prices* 90x120 Feet on Wenatchee Avenue $1500 Terms Waiter M. Olivs PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. GAUNTT, carpenter and builder. Plans and estimates furnished. 125 Methow street. DR. KING, office over Wenatchee Furniture Co. Farmers phone 981. FRANK CULP, M. D„ A. T. Kaupp, M. D. Office over First National Bank. DR. MO AD, Office in Rosenberg bid. Office phone Frs. 503. Res. ph. 483. DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, over We natchee Furniture Co. Phone Frs. 981. H. W. RUSSELL, for wall paper, paints and oils, painting, paper hanging and signs. DR. J. W. STRATTON, Orteopath. Bower block. Phone 4 75. Scientific cures. Pleased to diagnose case for you. FRATERNAL NOTICES A. O. P. W., No. S3. Meets at Bow er hall every 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. H. Dennis, W. M. H. W. Stockton, Recorder. MACCABEES OF THE WORLD, We natchee Tent No. f>6 meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Bower hall. J. H. Dahling, Commander. C. A. Battles, Record Keeper. L O. O. F., Wenatchee Lodge. No 157 meets at Ellis-Fordo hall every Saturday night. T. A. HILTON. N. G.; P. H. SHERBURNE, Sec. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN Yeomen. Columbus Homestead No. 682, meets Ist and 3rd Wednes day of each month at Ellis-Forde hall. For information see U. F. Lake. Deputy. CARL RAY, Fore man; C. W. JOROENSON. Corres pondent. LOCAL AND PERSONAL The usual Saturday crowd is surg ing through the streets; dogs that never saw each other before are pick ing quarrels, and a few men have swapped horses. Miss Edith Milner left on the west bound train last night for Seattle. She will attend a summer school there, and be absent for about three months. Prosecuting Attorney Crass went ;to Leavenworth last night to investi ■ gate the murder of McGee at that '. place yesterday. Mr. Russi, of the Wenatchee Mill ing company, left town last night for a five days' trip to the coast and way points in connection with busi ness. Miss Lillian Vaughn, certified piano teacher, graduate Johnson School of Music. Primary and advanced pupils. Phone 1254. Cl 6-6 Frank Dallam left last night on the we.;t bound train for Albany, Oregon, to be present at his wedding. Attorney William Emerson of Che lan is in Wenatchee today. He is re turning from a trip to his old home at Bedford, lowa, whither he went about a month ago accompanying the remains of Fred Kimery who died at Chelan. Mr. Emerson reports that all fruit in his old neighborhood has been killed by the frost, and that corn, potatoes, etc., had to be plant ed a second time. L. England, the young man who suffered a severe fracture of the leg some two weeks ago through mixing up in a runaway accident, is recover ing under the care of Dr. Culp. Attorney General Atkinson holds that a fruit growers' association en gaged in selling, farm, dairy, orchard or garden products, or that receives consignments on commission, is a commission dealer and must comply with the law requiring a bond, lic ense, etc. The state commissioner of horticulture largely decides who is a commission merchant under the new law. —Trade Register. Ben Spear passed through Wenat chee Sunday unscathed and unharm ed, lie even went to look at the new bridge 'built with their own hands' 'and no one dared say me nay. Verily Ben Spear can go right up to Wenatchee now and lay his hands on it and it never flinches. This is going some.—Douglas County Press. We understand that the State Fish Commission has rendered an opinion declaring that the Bull Trout (Dolly Varden trout) is not a trout or a game fish. Just what this means to Lake Chelan we cannot figure out, but if that opinion voices the law it is safe to say that Chelan will be up at the next legislature for more fish law.—Douglas County Press. C. T. Balch, secretary of the We natchee Valley Fruit Growers' as sociation, drove up the valley from Wenatchee Tuesday and stopped over night at Cashmere. Mr. Balch is look ing over the prospects for a fruit crop this year and making arrange ments for handling it. He reports the outlook for a bumper crop to be good and that the prices will be the best in years.:—Cashmere Record. Some More Hard Facts Choose your druggist with as much care as you choose your doctor, for in time of sickness as much depends on the medi cines as anything tlse, and the doctor may work in vain unless the medicines he prescribes are not pure and compounded The way they should be. The Bed Crooa Pharmacy stands for pur ity and accuracy. Having had 19 years of practical experience can fill your prescriptions as they should be filled. Red Cross Pharmacy J. B. BACHE. To Be Prompt is to Be Successful The successful man makes it a point to keep hi 3 engagements to the minute. The young man who would be successful must cultivate promptness in all things. In order to be exact in point of time it is necessary to have a watch that never varies and one that can i>? depended upon. These are the kind of watch we have in stock. The kind that have stood the t?3t, have a reputation and a guar antee. O. D. Johnson Wenatchee, Wash. METHODIST CHURCH. Program for Children's Day exercises, Sunday June 9th: Song (108) School and Congregation Prayer Rev. Kufus Good Morning Song Little Folks Children's Day Three Girls Recitation LaVerne Bowersox Solo Beulah Barclay Children's Day Jubilee Class Song Recitation Albln Solo, "Jesus Love," Maud Parsons True Blue Poor Bo > s So l o A Little Girl Flower Song Class of Girls Recitation Byron Blake Duet Mlsse-5 Mildred Finch and Helen Thompson Steps Heavenward Class Exercise S o io Doris Jones Song (110) :. . .. School and Congregation Benediction. 10 a. m.—Sabbath Echool. 7. p. m.—Epworth League. Bp. in.—Evening service. Pastor will speak on "The Doctrine of Sun shine." Special music by the choir. "Come thou with us and we will do thee good." LAUREN R. KUFUS, Pastor. it. W. Starr of Chelan passed through Wenatchee yesterday on his way home from Tacoma, where he had beer, in attendance upon the re cent Masonic festivities in that city. Judge Steiner has gone to Concon ully to open the regular term of the Superior court at that place. Masons to M»"ct Here. The Royal Arch Ma ons will hold ' a special session here on the nights of June 10th and 11th. Visiting Masons from Wilson Creek, Leaven worth, etc., are expected, and a big | tin.c looked forward to by the mem bers of this ancient and popular order. "Between the Acts." "Between the Acts" as presented by Wenatchee High School students Tuesday evening at the G. A. R. hall, showed that ther e is talent of extra ordinary ability in the red apple town when it comes to things theat rical. The parts were all well carried and brought forth merited applause. Lack of opportune advertising and inclement weather made the attend ance small. After the entertainment a few social hours were spent in dancing. The McDaniels orchastra furnished the music for both occa sions.—Cashmere Record. Prominent People to Marry. Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Pauline Jacobs and Mr. Har old C. Oanip. at the home of the bride's parents at Bellingham, June 26. Mifs Jacobs is well known in Che lan county, having been the Demo cratic nominee for county school su perintendent at the last election. Mr. Camp is a civil engineer, and former ly made lis headquarters in Wenat chee. ABERDEEN BANISHES I"XDESIRABLE CITIZENS Caustic Criticism of Police by Press and Council Inspires Them to Make an Effort. ABERDEEN., June 7. —The work of cleaning up the city and getting rid of the undesirables is now in full swing by Chief Schneider of the local police force. Edwin Fletcher, who hails from Portland and who arrived yesterday, w»3 e-v~ "cd to the train this morning by a rc-rtnber of the force and reminded ''hat his ilk was not wanted in Aberdeen. Several others of the same class were ordered out of the city last week and the chief has a few more in view who must move. The force has been cen sured by the press of the harbor and also by the council for their apparent lack of diligence and some new de velopments are looked for soon in re gard to the floaters in the bay. Oklahoma Referendum Sure TULSA, I. T., June 6—William H. Murray, president of the conven tion which drafted the constitution for the proposed state of Oklahoma, tonight announced that the election for the ratification of the constitu tion would be held August 6th, de spite the decision of Judge Pancoast enjoining Governor Frantz from is suing the proclamation, and regard less of the disposition of the Pan coast decision by the supreme court of Oklahoma. As the election proc lamation must be issued before June 6th, it is certain that either he or the secretary of the convention will issue a call within the specified time. Will Present Operetta. The ladies of St..Luke's church, assisted by a few of the men who can sing, are rehearsing an operetta for production at an early date. Professor Milne, the author of the operetta, is conducting the rehearsals. A detailed description of the operetta will appear later. Presbyterian Church. Sunday, June 9, 1907. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school and Bible classes, Mr. Howard Thomas, superintendent. 11 a. m., morning worship. Sermon by the minister; subject, '"The Strength of Right Thinking." 3 p. m., Sunday school at Lewis and Clarke school, Mr. W. A. Thompson, supt. 7 p. KB , Young People's meeting CL E. 7:30 p. id., annual Children's day exer cises of the Sunday school. A pro gram of song and recitation by the boys and girls of the Sunday school. Thursday evening, praise and prayer service. All welcome. The strang er's church. JOHN* W. BERGER. Minister. Children's Day Program. Following is the program for Chil dren's day at the Presbyterian church Sunday evei.Vg, June 9th, at 7:30 o'clock: Processional. Song Congregation Recitation, "Welcome," Chloris Thompson Prayer. Song, "Chirp." .... Primary Class Recitation Helen Ferryman Daisy Chain Drill Primary Class Recitation. "The Children's Offer ing," Collection Scripture Reading. Remarks Pa3tor Song. "Flower Girls," Mrs. Whittaker's Class Song Boys Recitation Florence Fenton Song, "Children's Day," Mrs. Keith's Class Recitation. "If You "Would Be Hap- py." Vera Scheble Song, "Fragrant Roses," Mrs. Littooy's Class Christian Church. Bible school at 10 a. m.; Com munion and preaching at 11 a. m., subject, "From Great Essentials to the Christian Life." 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor: 8 p. m., sermon, subject, "Christian Baptism." (A chart ser mon. This is the third in a series on the New Testament church.) All welcome. ANDREW J. ADAMS, Minister. First Baptist Church. Corner Chelan avenue and First street north. Bible school 10 a. nr. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabbath morning the pastor will give an illustrated sermon to the chil dren. He will be assist -d by aevecal of the little people. Come yourself and bring your children. They will be interested and so will you. All invited to this service. Evening ser mon: "What is Conversion?" Are there not many erroneous ideas about this? Let's get right on this matter. All invited to this service. Mid-week prayer service, 8 p. m., Thursday. Young People's Socity, 7 p. m., Sun day. All seats free. Special music. We welcome all to our services. E. O. JESSUP, Minister. Will Yon Set a Hen? If you want eggs that will hatch, order them at once. The season pos itively closes June 15th. West End Poultry Ranch. ICE The best is always cheapest in the end if you value your health. If you want pure ice that you can U3e in your drink ing water or ice tea and ice that will last in the refrigerator, get artificial ice, "Made in Wenat chee." Call up the WEXATCHEK CANNING CO. Tel. 545. Camp Meeting Going On. The Church of God is holding a protracted camp meeting at the Lib erty school house five miles east of Wenatchee. The meetings begun on May 31st, and will be carried on for ten days or longer. The public is in vited. He Found the Necklace. Yerterday Mrs. D. E. Shipman ad vertised through the World's want columns for a gold necklace and lock et, lest somewhere b-tween th? Presbyterian churc*- and here home. Today H. E. Motteler. 506 Orondu avenue, came in with the necklace to claim the $5 reward offered. This shows what World want ads will do for people. Bunkers Building Soon. The new coal bunkers of the Catch all Fuel company will be started Mon' day, on a site near the railroad close to the cannery. 31.000 feet of lum ber will be used in their construc tion, and they will have a capacity of fifty carloads of coal. St. Lake's Episco|»al Church. Services Sunday, June 9th, as fol lows: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.; subject, "Entychus. or a Study in Apathy." All who are interested in the welfare of our city are invited to be present at this service. Seats are all free. There will be no evening service at the rector will hold serv ices in Leavenworth. T. A. HILTON, Rector. Baptist Social Well Attended. The entertainment given by the men of the Baptist church last night was a howling success, ar.j afforded keen enjoyment for a large audience. Comic songs, impromptu speeches, orignia] rhymes, etc.. contributed to the evening's round of merriment. The men of the church did all the work. CLUBBING RATES For the Jamestown Excursion Contest. The winner or as many receiving over 600 votes to receive free trip to Jamestown Exposition in September. 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Toledo Blade I<ow Pacific Northwest - 50 a»p pC American Farmer 50 9" a "* I VOTE $ 3.50 N. W. Horticulturist • Twlce-a-Week P.-I 1-00 Combination Paclflc Northwest gj* The Advance #4-«*IU I VOTE $ 3.50 Combination Above combination offer three ream $T*oo 4 votes Knew Him After 90 Yean. Frank Scheble and Jap Cruson were boyhood friends, a quarter of a century ago, back in Centralia, Wisconsin. Years ago Mr. Scheble took Horace Greeley's advice and skinned out for the west, telling Jap Cruson and other friends goodbye. This was the last he saw of Jap until ye-sterday, when the latter walked uncermon- iously into the Scheble home on We natchee avenue —but the mayor knew him at sight. Cruson, lured by the growing west, cam e to Washington himself years ago, and settled at Sheldon. From at tending the I. O. O. F. convention at Spokane he stopped off in Wenatchee and looked up his old friend. , Mrs. A. L. Rogers and her daught er passed through this city from Wat erville yesterday, en route to Seat tle. While in the city they were the guests of Express Agent Baker. J. D. Bonar, the smiling host of the Waterville hotel, was a Wenat chee visitor yesterday. He is fatter than ever—which is a business-like advertisement for his hostelry. Charley Gray, the Entiat mill man, was here yesterday. Harry Austin, formerly employed on a local paper, is in th? city for a few days visit. He is now employed in Seattle. Dooley P. Wheeler, for the past year at the head of the Beacon school, is riding the Gunn ditch this summer. Mr. Wheeler and Miss Grace Paris have been engaged for next year at the Wheeler school and a third teacher is yet to be selected. Owing to the fact that the Masons d?sire to use the Pythian hall Mon day evening at 8:30, the regular con vention will convene at 7 p. m. sharp. Work in the first degree will be put on and it is desired that, all members will make an effort to be present at the time specified. ("all and see our line line of foun tain pens. Every |>en guaranteed. PogiU- Drug Co.