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The Wenatctiee World
Published Daily Except Sunday by the
World-Advance Publishing Comi>any.
Main Office —Business and Editorial.
Columbia Valley Bank Building
Wenatcb.ee, Wash. Farmers Phone
1131.
Rufus Woods. . . Editor and Manager
Entered as second-class matter ai
the postoflice at Weaatcbee Wash.
SUBSCHIPHON RATES.
One Year. I>y mail, in advance. .$5.<K)
(Six Months, by mail, in advance. $2..~>;t
Delivcii-d by carrier, per week.. .10
THEY SAY
That the two sides of the big
big bridge will be connected some
time within the next few days.
That it is not generally known by
>the people here this is one of the
big bridges of the country.
That it is i SO feet from low wa
ter mark to t!:e top of the big struc
ture anil 11.'1 feet to the~~Hoor.
That a demonstration appropriate
■to the importance of the bridge
should be gotten up by the Com
mercial Club at the time of its com
pletion.
That many people have begun to
build on the east, side of the Co
lumbia, and one year from now doz
ens of new residences will have been
completed.
That the r,,",v bridge and the new
mill has bad a decided effect upon
the price of property in the south
part of town.
That William L. Douglas, the shoe
man who has spent millions in
printers' ink. has organized a sav
ings bank where a wage-earner can
insure bis life .under the protection
of the state—the first of its kind.
That the question of whether a
soldier in the ranks should marry is
being discussed in military circles.
That many think that $13 per
month does »"> 4 harmonize with Pres
ident Roosev. it's known views on
"race suicide.
That William Grimshaw, the big
chief of the Tammany Club, has
been compelled to let out his belt two
notches within the past month.
That several pieces of wood float
ing down the Columbia created con
siderable excitement yesterday,
many people believing them 10 be
carcases of the hand of iOO sheep
which the Republic reported to have
rolled down the side o fthe moun
tain into the Mad River the other
'day.
That their lack of WOO ippear
ance was believed to be due to the
fact that most of the sheep, accord
ing to the story, "left their pelts on
the jagged rocks above" as they roll
ed down the st<vn Incli ie to the rush
ins waters below.
That telephonic communication
by the World with the people of the
Entiat Valley brings out the fact that
'there is no place along that stream
where sheep could roll down the
mountain.
That the coming convention of the
Chelan County Horticultural Asso
ciation should not h-> lost si., li i»l
by the growers of this section.
That the growers of Walla Walla
and Paloufte this year sold their ap
ora (It To organization, arid (2) To
London, Doc 7. —"Which are the j
better people—Americans or Eng- J • Otto Anderson left on yesterday's
lish?" General Booth of the Salva-j westbound train for a three weeks'
tion Army was asked this week. j vacation. He will visit Seattle. Ta
"People are pretty much alike the 1 coma and Portland, and spend
world over," was the response, "but, j Christmas with his parents who re
compared with us, Americans are | side at Mt. Vernon.
SHE WFNATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WEXATCHEE, WASHIXGT OX, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1007
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY —Span of mares
about 1 200 or 1400 lbs. Also
fresh cow. Phone 02 0. D. Gen
singer, tf
WANTED—Manager for branch of
fice we wish to locate here in We
natchee. Address, with reference,
the Morris Wholesale House, Cin
cinnati, Ohio.
WANTED a local agent to take or
ders for the best silver cleaner on
the market. Good agent can make
$3 a day. Write Mon Ami Mfg.
Co., City. 12-0
WORK FOB BOARD wanted by
strong young man; do anything.
Phone IGSS. tf
more strenuous, both for good and
evil.
s "In some respects Americans are
better than the English. They have
more religion. Even an American
who is not religious is willing to ad
mit religion is a good thing.
"There is a difference .in the life,
too. A man striving in America does
not slouch about as much as he may
have done here. He soon begins to
pull himself together to find that he
I wants to be smart.
"But there's another side. Anier
!ka is a human maelstrom. An Eng
lishman who makes a thousand a
year probably buys a villa and set
tles down to rest. An American's
sole thought is to turn his one thou
sand into two thousand, and his two
thousand Into ten. Then there's
more frantic effort, and finally he
cuts his throat.
"In America there is a suicide ev
ery ninety minutes, and a murder
every seventy."
New line of pipes and Wenatchee
scenic postcards at the Mascot.
|. You Can Sell Your Cow
.Calf, Jersey heifer, driving team,
i saddle horse, dray team, matched
ksorrels, span of mules, pony, pigs,
goat. Maltese cat or poodle dog
through the livestock columns of the
I Daily World Wants. Ther? are peo
d«J not know that you have them to
Uvil You can tell them by al.-er
; C'sing.
Five Cents per line for each insertion,. Count five average word; for each line. Combinations of figures or initials count as one word.
Special rates on ads running for one week or longer. Minimum charge 25c.
WANTED.
WANTED people to know that we
sell candy. The Reading Room.
TEAMS to haul wood at $3.50 per
cord. Inquire at Ross's shop.
LAME HORSE WANTED—We make
them well by shoeing them
L. O. Hall, Exclusive Horseshoer.
1-4
OSTEOPATHS.
DR. J. w. STRA fTON, Osteopath.
Dower block. Phone 475.Scientific
cures. Pleased to diagnose case
RENT ADS.
FOR RENT—Good six-room dwelling,
j cellar, stable, chicken house and
yard. Phone 430.
i yard. Phone 4 3G. 12-11
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Call
at 138 So. Chelan. E. R. Van
Leuven. 12-10
STORK FOR RENT. Apply at Wo
mens Exchange, Wenatchee Hotel.
FOR RENT—Three-room house on
Nob Hill, Apply C. G. Hall, Mis
j sion st. tf
FOR RENT—Furnished roms with
electric lights and bath. 115 13
! street N. Phone 1621.
I ,
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS wanted
| every little while. If you have any
; to rent here is the place to adver
j tlse tham in the want column.
r FURNISHED ROOM for gentlemea.
Apply 320 X St. or phone 723.
FOR SALE.
, FOB SALE—New Singer Machine; \
also needles and supplies for ev
ery machine. 115 B street Jit.
! Phone 1621. 12-11
FOB SALE — Ducks, old and young!
chickens, 1 work horse and i I
threo-yrar-oid colt. Phone 325. j
Cole Webster, Walla Walla st.
Dairy Depot, 2Wenatchee aye.
Phone 25. S. T. Wells, prop. tf
FOB SALE—Geranium plants; 50c.
■ apiece. Bring your flowerpots.
Mrs. G. E. Clarke, No. 1 A st.
MILK FOR SALE —Delivered to any
part of the city. Phone up 757,
Betty & Son. 1-19
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE at the
World office. The very thing to
put under your carpets. Also
handy wrapping paper. Inquire
World office.
LOT FOR SALE—Close in; located
in finest residence end of town;
care Daily World.
L. SfEFF, Orchardist. Sv.isfaction
and pruning. Phone 601. Near
Levis-Cilsrk School.
ORCHARD PRUNING by a man
er, not a wood butcher. H. E.
Eastman. Phone 1101.
PRUNING—We prune fruit trees
and will guarantee a good job.
Phone 325. Ray L. Roderick.
12-10
They all FLead the Daily World
A PARCEL left in Postoffice w'.tb
name I). M. Clemens written upon
it. Phone 581. 12-J 9
A PUSH ROBE. Finder will please
return to World and receive re
ward.
LOST —Ladies' Closed Gold Watch;
picture in front, gold hands, mon
ogram J. B. W. Lost on Colum
bia street. Return to Daily World
and receive reward. tf
LEATHER POSTAL BAG, confin
ing $1 : 0 and a nrmber of otber
articles. Finder leave ac World
Office. tf
BURNISHED GOLD BIRD BROOCH
with ruby eye. Finder phone to
251. Reward. Miss Grace Smith
12-14
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
GOOD JAPANESE COOK wants sit
uation; has best references. Ad
dress 136 Mission st. 12-10
WORK WANTED—Young man at
tending business college wishes
work in evenings to pay board.
Phone S. M. Lewis, Wenatchee
Business College. tf
AGENTS WAN'J-'ED to sell our high
grade trees, shrubs, etc. Outfit
furnished free; commission ad
vanced each week; good territory
open. Albany Nurseries, Inc., Al
bany, Oregon.
BRIGHT BOY wanted to learn print
ers' trade in all lts's phases.
Phone or write Cashmere Recori.
SCHOOL BOYS WANTED every lit
tle while for mall routes and for
folding papers. Leave names at
the World office.
MISCELLANEOUS.
EXPRESS & PARCEL DELIVERY.
Listen for 4be bells. Phone 1672.
P. M. Lucavlsh. tf
BABY CARRIAGE TIRES put on to
stay; also god bicycle 'repairing.
J. J. Eyer at 15 Mission st. south.
tf
EARN MOXKY AT HOME by writ-
We have markets for good stor
ies, articles, and photographs of
Western lite. Addsese, for fall
particulars. Central Washington
News Association, World Building,
Wenatchee. Washington. tf
doctor McCOY. General Practice.
Columbia Valley Bank Building.
DR. A. T. KAUFF, Office 4 and 5
First National Bank bulldSng. Of
fice phone 456. Residence pbone.
1441 t*
DR. FRANK CULF. Office In Gr'ggs
Block, phone No. 115.
DENTISTS
DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, over We
natchee furniture Co. Phone Fr*
981.
DR. CAMERON, Dentist, Rosenbasf
Block. Wenatchee. Washington.
s"'*!f! '.lis rs.
PROF. SYDNEY S. BARKER, u-ach-i
er of piano; lessons given at homes j
or studio. Call at 238 Chelan ave-i
; nue north for terms and partlcu-1
. lars. j
Want Ads
LOST.
HELP WANTED.
PHYSICIANS
DR. J. V. LEMON
FOP REMOVING TH 1 -* CAUSE
Ol'ice rooms 1 and 2 ever Firs" Nat.
h, t r>i- —P!iop««- nfliw ro - '-: !:<»«..!o?;{
EDUCATIONAL
UNDERTAKERS
C. G. HALL, Undertaker and Fune
ral Director; State License No. 78.
Phone No. 1165. Mrs. C. G. Hall,
lady assistant.
E. F. SPRIGUE, Professional iaue
ral director and licensed embalm
er. Mrs. E. F. Snrague and Mrs.
A. J. Martin, lady assistants
Phone 1375, Wenatchee, Waso.
ATTORNEYS
S. I>. GRIFFITH, Lawyer, Notary
Public. Practices in all courts.
P. O. box 23, Phone 255. Wenat
chee, Wash.
REEVES & REEVES, Lawyers We
natchee Drug Co. building. Phonf
232.
THOMAS & MARSH, Lawyers. Sulu
2. Postoffice building.
DOBBIN iV KEMP, Lawyers. Over
Farmers & Merchants Bank.
Phone 1141.
BLACKSMITHS
ROSS BROS- Wagon work, rubbei
tires a specialty. Band sawing
CONTRACTORS
K. GAUNTT, carpenter and bnildei
Plans and estimates furnished. 125
Methow street.
CIVIL ENGINEERS
C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and
Surveyor. Irrigation work a spec
ialty. Office Rosenberg block
Wenatchee, Wash.
ARCHITECTS.
1. W. SUSSEX, C. E., Architect and
Engineer, Columbia Valley Bank
Building. Phone 1632.
PAINTERS
11. W. RUSSELL, lor wall papei
paints and oib, painting, yapei
hanging and signs.
FRATERNAL NOTICES.
I .
iA.O. I. W„ No. S3. Meets at Bow
e>- hall every 2nd aiid 4th Frida?
of each month.
H. Dennis W. If.
H. W. Stockton, Recorder.
I. O. O. F., Wenatchee Lodge, Nc
157 meets at Sprague hall every
Saturday night. J. H. AUVIL. N
G.; T. C. NJELSON. V. G.; P. H
SHERBURNE, Secretary.
ACCABEES OF THE WORLD, We
natchee Tent No. 56 meet? every
2nd and 4th Tuesday at Bowir
hall.
J. H. Dahling, Commander.
C. A. Battles, Record Keeper
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Howard Camp No. 3i>73, meets ev
ery Saturday evening at the Bow
er Hall. Visiting members cor
dially invited. Grace Woodruff,
Recorder; Jennie Bartlett, Oracle.
THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet
cordially invited. Miss Grace
Parker, llustrious Protector; C.
H. Armstrong, Secretary.
!
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS —Daniel
McCook Corps No. 15 meets at
Sprague Hall second and fourth,
Fridays of each month at 2 p. 18.
Mrs. Emma Gardner, Pres.; Mrs.
If. R. Olds, sec. )
Now is the time to visit Han ford.
I will leave with a party of land
seekers, going over to Hanford next
Wednesday, Nov. 20. Come in ar.d
get particulars. Office upstairs,
Columbia Valley Bank building.
D. GENSINGKR,
East Wenatchee Land Man.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Yoemen. Columbia Homestead
No. CB2, meets Ist and 3rd Wednes
day of each month at Sprague
hall. For information see U. F.
Lake, Deputy. W. A*. GRANT, Fore
man; C. W. JORGENSON, Corres
pondent.
Columbia and Okanogan
Steamboat Co.
SCHEDULE
b?jnec*ir« on and After Nov. 1. lUU6.
IT RIVER
Leave Wenatchee daily ...5:00a.m.
Onmdo dally 8:Q0a. m.
E&tJat daily 8:30 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily. 12.:00 m.
Pateros daily »:00p. m.
arrive Brewster daily... .6:C 0 p. in.
DOWN RIVER
!-,eav« Brewster dally ... .4:00 a. m.
Pateros daily 4:20 a.m.
Chelan Falls daily. 8:30 a. m.
Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
Qrondo daily 10:00 a.m.
Arrive Wenatchee daily..l2:oo m.
Steamer leaves Wenatcbee for
Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings. Returning leaves
Bridgeport same nigbt
Ask for special folders regarding
OkaDogan Irrigation project and
Lake Chelan district.
Telephone
Your
Classified
"Want"
Ads *
To the
Daily World
Phcr.e 1131

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