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THE BEST FOUNDATION you can have for future comfort is a savings bank account. It is the one sure road to a competence and inde pendence. THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK has many depositors who commenc ed with possibly less money than you have. Today their books show z that would surprise you. Constant saving and regular inter est will help you achieve the same pleasing position. If you have anything to sell or if wish to buy the Choicest Meats in the city call on Little &Wetsel's TlilO IS a most important ques- I HI2V tion for th e young or the I old of either sex. If you are troubled with black spots or floating specks before the eyes, it will be to your advantage to have them examined. We give especial attention to children's eyes and guarantee satis faction. Howard Thomas Graduate of the Philadelphia Optical college. New Goods Just Arrived Toadies' aad Misses' Purses and Handbags A nice line of WOOD AND IiKA«HKU to Burn. A new line of AKT VASES AND WCTURES Come in and look us over. Something new every day. Wenatc}\e3 Bazaar Phone 192 Fine Livery Carriages for Weddings and Funerals. Drayasre and Express. A special ty of Piano Moving EAGLE LIVERY & TRANSFER CO. Drayage and Transfer. Drayage and transfer; heavy and light. Phone 77J. R. E. HASTINGS. Post cards, novels and pipes at the "Mascot." .... 41. . ... THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE* WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2*. 1907. Gets Jail Contract. At last night's meeting of the mu nicipal board the contract for the construction of the new ci*y jail Wtfs j warded to H. J. Kimmel, ho being tbe lowest bidder, and offering to put up the new ba3tile complete for $$, * . - I The jail is to~,be of concrete, 20 x 50 feet, and will contain two cells, a dungeon, a corridor and an office ! room. The old jail is now being re- I moved, and work on the new struc ture will begin tomorrow. Mr. Kim mel's bid does not include the cost of steel cages, which may be pat in' ! later. A full line of trusses and suspen sories at the Wenatchee Drug Co. I Tedford-Padotihek. At 8 o'clock last night at tlie home of Vincent PadosheT, Miss Ma- J li.da Padoshek and Mr. Artie Ted-! ford were united in marriage in presence of a select gathering of im mdiate relatives and Intimate i friends. Justice Duff prformed the cere mony. The bride was tastefully arrayed in a white silk gown, and was ac companied by her bridesmaid, Miss Minnie Padoshek. Guy Tedford act ed as best man. Following the cere mony a sumptuous wedding repast was served, and the newly married couple made the recipients of many good wishes and other substantial tokens of esteem. Mr. and Mrs. Tedford left on the night train for a brief honeymoon trip to the sound cities; the depot platform this morning clearly indi cated that a wedding had occurred— there was rice all over it. Mrs. George H. Ellis, Jr., ente- tained informally at bridge last night. Mrs. Smith of Spokai.e, mother of Misses Zoe and Angel Smith, who visited in Wenatchee last summer, is in the city today, the guest of Mrs. Clfford Griggs. She is returning from a visit with her daughters, who ire now attending the Anna Wright Seminary at Tacoma. Miss Charlotts Groves of this city is also a student at Anna Wright this year. George H. Ellis, Jr., is in Ovoviiie on busness and will return here Sat urday. Attorney John Dill and wife*, ot Ciockum, are in town today trans acting business I. H. Cook is down from the Oka nogan, where he nas a timber claim. Mr Cook was in Wenatchee six years ago, being connected at that time with, the Wtnatchee Hardware Company. Mother Seriously 111. Miss Maud Frisbie, teacher in the •üblic schools, was called to Seattle yesterday by the sudden and serious illness of her mother, who is thought to be dying. Mrs. Frisbie formerly lived in this city, and has many* friends here who will be deeply grieved to learn of her danger. Off for Orgon. Jack UIHfl and Dave Stein left today fur a two weeks' trip through Oregon, combining business and pleasure. Dnwg Big Crowds. I Evangelist Cairns,- now appearing lat the First Baptist church in tiiis j city, s drawing immense crowds. The ! church last night was full. The Siw\iker is a man of surpassing abili ty ;.:id probably few T.j archer peo ple know that there .s a maa mv [LcVing forth in a local church | he. had hundreds of cails v:-rlcus prrts of th* Union; that lie is uo. v j wai ted at Washington, f). V,, oy the union of all the Prjtestant churches in the city for revival purposes; that there is a call for him from Memphis; that he has preached the gospel through two continents, and is known and recognized as one of the really! great preachers of the day—a man I like Moody. His methods are not sensational, but he speaks plain talk straight from the shoultTer. J. E. Sarp, successor to W. J. Kruger, will remove from his present location to the Fuller Building, next door to Little & Wetsels's market, about Nov. L Advertised Letters. Remaining o nhand in the post office at Wenatchee, Wash., uncalled for for the week ending Oct. 22, 1907: Appl. Mr. Joe; Bradley. Mr. H.. Brown, John Alexander: Mucklev, Mr. R. A.: Brown, Mr. Chas. H.: Chamberlain, Bert; Fisher, G. A.; ; Green, Arthur; Griffith, Mrs. J. A.: Gerer, Miss • Millie V..\ Grove, Mr. 11. P.: Hughes, Mrs. Ann; Hopewell. Mrs. B. C; Heliwell, Arthur L ; Hansen, Paul; Jines. J. E.: Lewis ton, Mr. Jack; McFarlane, Keifch V.; McDonald, Mr. Ed.; Maxwell, Mr. W. B.; Maxwell, Mr. Burnett; Mal lory, Mr. C. P.; Nelson. Mrs. Maha lah; Prichard, W. L. (2): Ross, J. Ritchie, Mrs. Joe; Stapdefard, J. A.: Sackett, Julia; Taylor, Mrs. C J. (4); Willson, Mrs. Helen; Wea ver, Mr. Thos.; Welp, Mr. Wffl.; Wil liams, Mr. Ellis. Persons calling fir the above will please say advertised. L. M. HULL, P. M. Malaga Squibs. Harry Usher gave a dance at his ranch near the 6. N, steel bridge last Saturday evening. All report a good time. Born. October 17th, 'to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buchols, a girl. Mother and child boch doing well. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Smith of We natchee were the guests of Mrs. E. Smart and family Sunday. J. C. Corcoran left for the Entiat country ia»t Sunday morning on bus iness. Jack Lillis and Dave Stein of We natchee were down Monday looking for game of the feathered tribe but found them as scarce as hen's teeth. Con Guiney is building a packing house so as to he ready for another year. Con also intends building a large barn on his ranch near Malaga- L. W. Smart left Sunday evening for Wenatchee to superintend the packing of A. R. Smith's aople crop. J. T. Jones and Wm. Rothgb of the W. P. Co., were both Wenatchee visitors Sunday. Mt. and Mrs. J. L. Murry of Seat tle came in last Thursday to visit Mrs. Murry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Corcoran. Mr. Murry returned to Seattle Saturday morning. Isaac Jeffries, a lone bachelor near Malaga, is quite sick with symptoms of malarial fever. His friends are taking turn about in caring for him. W. G. Perry and Carl Perry left Sunday morning for Sand Point, Idaho, on business and pleasure. W. G. has quite large holdings in a foundry at Sand Point. The <Mttle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peloquin is quite sick. School Report. Followng is the monthly report of District No. 45 or S'emilt Creek, enJ 'ing Oct. 18, 1907: Enrollment—male, 12; female, 10; 'total, 22. Days attended by all pu- Ipils, 429; average daily attendance, SI; tardiness, 0. •j Pupils who were neither absent or l tardy: Carl and Eugene Albin, Thos. j McEldowney, Guy Hudson, Roy, John and Mary Reid. Edward and Annie ! Rezek, George, Inez, Elaine and Leila iSiule and Francis Hayden. i To Patrons: You can greatly as sist me along this line by: 1. Sending your children promptly, and sending them every day. Better ;send them four months regularly tha" eight months irregularly. J 2. Trust not to hear~ay concerning j the management and progress of the school; but by all means come often and see for yourselves. "Seeing is believing." 1 am deeply interested in your chil dren's progress and earnestly solicit your co-operation in the advancement of their educational training. MRS. WE CROW, Tacher. I Wenatchee Realty & Investment Co.'s Specials for This Week. r J' '■■ >'i .s * -M Two improved 10-acre tracts on north side of Wenatchee river, about i half way between Wenatehee and ! Monitor; choice land, fair buildings; I set to best varieties of trees. Price, : |6,500 each. Terms. l he New Hgh School Building will |be erected in Grand View Addition I next year. This should be the finest school structure in Chelan county. We have about 40 choice residence lots in that addition which are going fast. We sell them on monthly pay ment plan. Don't overlook tiiis op portunity. WENATCHEE REALTY & INVEST MENT CO. THEY SAY (Continued from Page 2.) igled, and a loafer in the office heard !a female voice call out: "Is thi3 's butcher shop? "So; it's Dr. 's butcher shop."' respondei the wag. And the lady on the other end col lapsed. That the voters showed the We-, j natchee spirit in deciding on the new | High School at Saturday's election. Thar two local hotel managers and ione saloon man were "double crossed' ,in the conventional way last week by a smooth stranger; That "now it comes out"—rand the : police are after the festive transient jwho passed the worthless chcks. That Governor Hughes declares he I never has and never will seek public office, — Which should strengthen the peo ple's determiation to keep Hughes in office —for he means what he says. The office should seek the man. That Adolf Felder of Chicago is in court for refusing to talk to his wife- Police records do not disclose that a woman has ever been accused of I such neglect. That a youthful pedagogue at Mon day's reception was the recipient of some attention from the lady teach ers present. "You don't look old enough to hold a certificate,'' said one attractive schooTmarm. "I've held a wedding certificate for over a year," said the young one from Lakeside, — * Whereupon all joshing ceased! That.-a Rev. Patterson of Philadel phia says "affinities" should be put to death. That both Ttcoma and Kansas City are endeavoring to close their theatrs on Sunday nights. J. M. Austin of Moses Lake was in town yesterday for the purpose of purchasing a lot of fruit trees to be set out on his place near tbe lake. AGE NO BAR. Everybody in Wenatchee is Eligible. O'.d people stooped with suffering, Middle age, courageously fighting, Investigate Don't You Wish you had a bearing orcherd? You know what they're worth - - - $400, $600, $700 an acre for 5-year-old orchards* You remember Smith's place and Brown's and Jones. You know how you laughed at those fellows paying $ 150 and §200 per acre four or five years ago and what they are offered now. Often wish fou had done as they did, don't you. Better get a move on you now and go over and see The Adrian Irrigation Company's project. Only $10 down and S2 v per month and they put their land in orchard. Only $100 per acre. Land owns the water. You'll never know what a snap they are offering unless you investigate. For circulars and full particular address: Adrian Company 621 COLUMBIA BLDG., SPOKANE. WASH, for full Pa.rticvila.rs Youth protesting impatiently; Children, unable to explain; All in misery from their kidneys Only a little backache first. Comes when you catch a cold. Or when you strain your back. Many complications follow. Urinary disorders, diabetes, Brights' disease. Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache. Cure every form of kidney ills. Mrs. C. W. Zimmerle, of 1003 Rucker avenue, Everett, Wash., says "Three years ago our little girl got so much help through Doan's Kidney Pills in a case of weakness of the kidneys and severe acute pains through the back that I gave a testi monial recommending the remedy so that mothers with children similarly affected might know how to find re lief For over a year this trouble had sadly weakened the child's health, .yet it only required about two boxes lof Doan's Kidney Pills to,bring com plete relief. There has not been a sign of the trouble returning through the years that have passed by, which surely proved that the cure was per manent." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for* the United States. Remember tbe name—Doan's— and take no other. Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Co. SCHEDULE Efflec'ive on and After Nov. 1. 1006 UP RIVER Leave Wenatchee daily ...5:00a.m. " Orondo daily 8:00 a.m. Entiat daily 8:3 oa. m. " Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m. " Pateros daily S :00 p.m. Arrive Brewster daily . 6:00 p. m. , DOWN RIVER Leave Brewster dally ... .4:00 a. m. " Pateros daily 4:2 oa. m. " Chelan Falls daily. 8:30 a. m. " Entiat daily 9:30 a.m. " Orondo daily 10:00 a.m. Arrive Wenatchee daily.. IS: 00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatchee for Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves Bridgeport same night Ask for special folders regarding Okanogan irrigation project and Lake Chelan district. DO IT NOW! Holcomb's Way Satisfaction Gumm»t**d or Mon ey Rmtundmd Phone orders given close atten tion, and carefully filled. Orders come promptly and just as you order— no substitutes Pearl P, Holcomb Phone 941 - 6 Won. Ay. N. H.J. KIM MEL Cement Contractor Fences, Sidewalks, Columns, Lintels, Cement Grave and Family Vaults, Curbing, Re taining Walls, etc. Estimates furnished for all kinds of plain and ornament al cement work. Phone~~3ls. West End King Street, WENATCHEE. $15.00 TO 850.00 PAID WEEKLY Earn high wages, millinery taught quickly and thoroughly by new method. Opportunity given stud ents to more than get back small cost of tuition. Day aad night school. Students and represent atives wanted. Dormitory at -col lege. Send for circulars. FRISCO MILLINERY COLLEGE Expert designers, fall fitters and trimmers. 991 Yesler Way Seattle. Washington. The Ladies' Aid of the Chris tian church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. L. Asher, 222 We natchee avenue south, Thursday, Oc tober 24. Everybody invited.