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FOR SALE
My Home Site in
East Wenatchee
For Terms and
Prices See
L. O. Hall
PRACTICAL HORSESHOER.
Palace of Sweets"
That's what It is. Candies
all made fresh at our own fac
tory.
BREAD
White, brown, rye; Buns
and Biscuits. We are baking
all the time.
WEXATCHEE BAKERY.
F. A. Mechtel, Prop.
Eagle Livery &
Transfer Co.
Draying, Piano
Moving, Express
FEED
Hay, Grain Chop, at the old
Proctor Stand on Mission Stree.
C. E. REEDER & SON
WIXESAP APPLE TREES.
10.000 and a full .me of nur
sery stock for sale. Inquire D.
H. Mohler, Park Hotel, Wenat
chee, Wash. Yakima Valley Nur
sery Co. 1-1
A BARGAIN
Must be Sold March 1.
2 lots on King Street, corner 50 x
120; trees plant
ed, water piped in; everything
ready for the house.
$650 Cash this week only.
Waiter M. Olive
Columbia Valley Bank Building.
THE WEXATCHEE DAILY WORK, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, X, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1008.
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liie Wenatchee World
Published daily except Sunday by the
World-Advance Publishing Company.
Rufus Woods. . . Editor and Manager
Main Office —Business and Editorial,
Columbia Valley Bank Building.
Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone
1131.
. Entered as second-class matter at
the postoffice at Wenatchee, Wash.
Subscription Rates.
jone Year by mail, in advance. .$5.00
1 Six Months by mail, in advance. 2.50
j Delivered by carrier, per week .10
Notice to Advertisers.
To insure insertion of display ad
vertising copy must reach the World
'office not later than 11 o'clock; class
i ified advertising will be accepted un-
I til 1:30 p. m.
R. J. ROCKEY,
BAD SPOT IN GOOD LAW.
| serious question has arisen over
the interpretation of that section of
tie primary election law providing
; for the nomination of the superior
court jtiapes and the supreme court
trill be asked to pass upon it before,
the time tor the September primaries*
: Under the provisions of the law the
result of the primary determines what
j judges are elected, and it is claimed
jthis is in direct violation of the con
i stitution, which provides that the
general ejection shall be held in No
vember.
ft is believed by many prominent
attorneys that this will make that
part of the law relating to the judi- j
clary unconstitutional, but that such
a decision will not affect the rest of |
I the law. It is harGly reasonable to
j expect that the new law will not con-|
i tain some defects, but so long as the;
i general principal is maintained, the j
results should he beneficial. Thepro- j
j vision in regard to the judges, how-!
ever, appears crude and unjust and |
certainly should be changed next
winter. —Chronicl .
SOCIETY
Another delightful afternoon was
I given at the home of Mrs. Clifford
Griggs yesterday, the same ladies —j
i Mesdames Griggs, Browne and Sea- j
! man—being hostesses to others ofj
' their friends, who were entertained
|at cards as on the previous day, in
honor of Mrs. Owens. The hospita!
--! ity and ability of these ladies to
! make a success of any undertaking
lis too well known to need comment
upon. It is unnecessary therefore
to say that the parties for Mrs.
I Owens were most hugely enjoyed by
i all those so fortunate as to be bid
j den. Mrs. Frank Case and Mrs.
■ Walter Olive received pretty rewards
I for their prowess at 500, and the
1 guest of honor, Mrs. C. E. Owens,
was presented with a handsome
hand-painted picture. Dainty re
freshments were served at the con
clusion of the games,
i . _
Last evening as a sort of a con
tinuation of the social affairs given
by Mesdames Griggs, Brown.' and
Seaman this ween, a number of mar
ried couples and several of the
younger people were invited to the
iionie of Mrs. Griggs on Orondo
avenue. Cards formed the pastime
Get the 6 est by ordering
yburP/dfes from
313 OCCIDENTAL AVENUE
SEATTLE
the first part of the evening, and af
ter the serving of ,uncheon dan< ing
was indulged in for an hour or more.
Mrs. Griggs was prevailed upon to
sing, and gave several numbers. One
gifted with a voice as rich and pleas
ing as that of Mrs. tiriggs is rarely
so doubly blessed as to be able to
accompany herself on the piano so
pleasingly as she. Mrs . Charless
Merritt played several enjoyable
mandolin selections.
Mrs. Frank Case won the ladies'
prize, a beautiful bouquet of carna
tions, and Mrs. C. E. Owens carried
! off a picture as her gift in card play-
I ing. Those present were Mr. and
jMrs. C. E. Owens, Mr. and Mrs. W.
| Downie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case,
j.Vlr. and Mrs. Walter Olive, Mrs. J.
i.J. Browne, Mrs. J. H. Foster. Misses
Molly Morrison, Mary Morse, Madge
Icusning, Messrs. Boyd, Hamilton. B.
Briggs, Fred Simpich, Heinie Wei
! land. Knapp, Harfj Jones, C. Mer
i ritt and Dr. McCoy.
There will be Sunday school at j
St. Luke's church as usual at 101
o'clock a. m.
Don't forget to attend the "Cfrar
| man evening" to be given at the
I home of E. F. Sprague tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reeves were
'at home to the members of the din
ner and card club at their residence
on Mission street last night.
It is said that the two doctors who
belong to this organization are stren
uously opposed to midnight lunches,
hence this delightful mode \( enter
taining has been adopted.
The gentlemen and their wives
composing the club, who are Dr. and
Mrs. King, Mr. and Mrs. John Gel
laltly, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Fuller.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Culp, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Tupper, meet fortnightly at the
home of some couple belonging to
the club, are served with a hearty
six o'clock dinner, and then indulge
in 500 or some kindred game for
an hour or two, and adjourn for the
evening. On this occasion a course
dinner, such as Mrs. Reeves knows
so well how to manage, was served
the guests.
The card party given by the ladies
of the -Catholic church last night in
Sprague's hall was largely attended,
'here being nearly twenty-five tables
to accommodate those present, who
indulged in 500 and whist for part
of the evening, afterward dancing to
the music of Crollard's orchestra.
B">d Hamilton of Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho, is the guest of Guy Browne
this week.
Mr. Thompson o' Eve -ft is visit-
ing the |hmily of his ate her, W. T.
Ti.ompsi ix on D Btrevt.
Woman's Exchange.
Just received a fresh supply of cor
sets and hair goods.
MRS. B. J. TIFFANY,
Wenatchee Hotel.
For pipe see Wenatchee Plumbing
and Heating Co. at Columbia Va'ley
Bank. Phone 251.***
Big Sacrifice Sale.
Pipe must be used, so get in on
the ground floor. While this sale
lasts. See Wenatchee Plumbing &
Heating Co. Phone 2.11.***
Pipe, pipe, pipe. Now the time is
ripe to buy pipe, pipe at Wenatchee
Plumbing and Heating Co Phone
251 ** *
Classified Ads
WAXTED.
WANTED—Two light housekeeping {
rooms partially furnished; c' I
in. Phone 68. 2-281
MAN AND WIFE wanted for ranch I
work at once. Call up Cashmere |
101. 2-2 Si
POSITION wanted by young man
who wishes to locate here. Ad
dress P. O. Box 407 or Phone 1001
WANTED —One secondhand light or
j Small double wagon. Inquire Wm.
Peckham, Ferry Livery Barn, City.
2-2 8
I AGENTS WANTED — Write the
j Notrhwest Horciculturits, Box 104,
I Tacoma, Wash., at once for infor
: mation about a good paying prop
osition to agents—any who can do
soliciting work. 3-8
AGENTS WANTED — Wonderful
Oregon Evergreen Blackberry;
enormous bearer; one vine sup
plies family; large delicious ber
ry; bonanzt for agents and grow
ers. Write for information. Ever
green Berry . Co., 173 South Cot
tage street, Salem, Oregon. tf
! WANTED people to know that we
j sell candy. The Reading Room.
TEAMS to haul wood at $3.50 per
coid. Inquire at Ross's shop
SCHOOL ROYS WANTED every lit
tle while for mail routes and for
folding papers. Leave names at
the World office.
RBTRAYED.
TAKEN UP —Red heifer, with white
face. Owner may have same by
proving property, paying for the
feed and this ad. Call up World
office.
FOUND.
FOUND —Purse containing sum of
money. Owner may have same by
calling at this office, proving prop
erty and paying for this ad. 2-2S
ORCH.IKIUSTS.
>RCRARD PRI XIXO by a man
with 12 years' experience in or
chard work; am a practical prun
er, not a wood butcher. H. E.
Eastman. Pbone 1101.
Pruning Wanted.
MAN with seven years' experience in
Wenatchee Valley: best of refer
ences. Phone 328, R F D No. 2.
Ray L. Roderick. 3-4
RENT ADS.
FOR RENT—One modern furnished
room; heated. Apply 129 North
Mission. tf
United States Senators —
Levi Ankeny, S. H. Piles.
Congressmen—
W. L. Jones, F. W. Cushman,
W. E. Humphrey.
State Officers.
A.torney-Generil . . J. D. Atklnrc 1
Governor Albert E. Mead
Lieut.-Governor C. E. Coon
Auditor C. W. Clausen
Secretary of State . . . .S. H. Nichols
Treasurer George Mills
Land Commissioner ... E. W. Ross
School Superintendent.. R. B. Bryan
Supreme Judges—
H. E. Hadley, R. O. Dunbar. W.
Mount, Mark A. Fullerton, F.
H. Rudkin, H. D. Crow,
M. A. Root.
Count Officers
Superior Judge R. S. Steiner
Joint Senator Arthur Gunn
R presentative J. J. King
Auditor John Godfrey
Sheriff R. P. Webb
Prosecuting Attorney ... .H. Crass
Treasurer .C. E. Buttles
Clerk J. Leigh Campbell
Assessor M. P. Spencer
School Supt E. C. Bowersox
Surveyor I. A. Navarre
Coroner Dr. H. A. Saunders
Commissioners —
W. A. Sanders, H. W. Otis, Jos
Darnell.
City Officers.
Mayor Jno. A. Gedatly
Councilm n—
A. A. Bousquet, F. D. Case, H.
R. Parshall. M. G. Russi, L.
H. Belser, Chas. Wildberger, C. E.
Buttles.
Treasurer J. E. Graves
Clerk Sam R. Sumner
Police Judge J. B. Palmer
Chief of Police J. E. Ferguson
Water Commissioner.. P. Sherburne
City Engineer Roy Zahren
Street Commissioners. .J. W, Sussex
Health Officer A. T. Kaupp
School Board—
Jno. A. Gellatiy. H. C Little
field. Chas. Kyle.
GEXERAL DIRECTORY.
When you want to rent a house or
a room, or you have them for rent,
you don't want to wait a week be
fore you can put an ad in the papei
—you want it l aown at once. Ad
vertise in your city daily and get re
sults.
FOR RENT—Nice furnished rooms;
hot and cold water, electric light,
bath. Phone 1822. 250 Wenat
chee avenue. 3-5
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS wanted
every little while. If you have any
to rent here is the place to adver
tise them In the want column.
I' FURNISHED ROOM for gentlemea.
i Apply 320 X St. or phone 723.
: FOR RENT —Furnished rooms, elee
| trie light and bath. Apply Phone
1621. 115 B street X. 3-2
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
I FOR SALE—IOS Egg Incubator: price
I $10. Phone 315. 2-2!»
iFOR SALE CHEAP —Small business
good location in good building;
! with leuse. Address Box T,iS, City
3-2
FOR SALE Brood Mare; well bred
to German coach horse. W. A.
Grant. 3-:>
BEES FOR SALE—IS or 20 good
strong hives; also Pure Blood Leg
horn Chickens. Phone 331. t>.
W. Phillips. 2-28
W. A. GRANT, Breeder of Excelsior
B. P. Rocks. Won the Ellis-Forde
Cup, Ist cock, Ist 3d hen, 2d 3d
pullet; Ist, 2d, 3d and 4th cock
erel, Ist pen. Cockerels for sale,
with score by Collier judge, $3 to
$10. Eggs after March 1, $2 pei
15. 3-8
TYPEWRITER, almost new, for sale
I at a bargain. Phone 1131. tf
HAY FOR SALE—Altalfa. timothy
or wheat hay; any quantity deltv
ered to any part of town or val»ey.
L. V. Wells. Tel. No. 803. tf
PHYSICIANS
DOCTOR McCOY. General riactice.
Columbia Valley Bank Buib'ing.
UK. FRANK CULP. Ooice Jn G: ?gt
Block, phone No. 115.
DENTISTS
DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, over We
natchee Furniture Co. Phone Frs
981.
DR. CAMERON, Dentist, Ro3enburg
Block. Wenatchee. Washington.
SPECIALISTS.
DR. J. V. LEMON
Rye and Nerve Specialist—All ner
vous chronic conditions a soecialtv.
DRUGLESS METHODS.
FOR REMOVING THE CAUSE.
Office rooms 1 and 2 over First Nat.
ha n k —i'b ones—oftice-")ii:i: 1 tegv-jOSS
EDUCATIONAL
PROF. SYDNEY S. BARKER, teach
er of piano; lessons given at homes
or studio. Call at 238 Chelan ave
nue north for terms and particu
lars.
FANNIE DAVIS, instructor in piano.
The new system of technic. Sec
ond floor Columbia Valley Bank
Building. Phone 1823.
UNDERTAKERS
\C G. HALL, Undertaker and Fune
j ral Director; State License No. 78.
j Phone No. 1165. Mrs. C. G. Hall,
lady assistant.
E. F. SPRIGUE, Professional fune
ral director and licensed embalm
er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs.
A. J. Martin, lady assistants
Phone 1375, Wenatchee, Was a.
ATTORNEYS
S. D. GRIFFITH, Lawyer, Notary
Public. Practices in all courts,
j P. O. box 23, Phone 285. Wenat
chee, Wash.
REEVES & REEVES, Lawyers We
natchee Drug Co. building. Phone
222.
THOMAS * MARSH, Lawyers. Suite
2, Postofflce building.
CORBIX, LUDINGTON & KEMP,
Lawyers. Farmers & Merchants
Bank Bldg. Phone 1141.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPH St* Phoi c
1001. T. J. Hallett. 2-30
Five cents per .line for each insertion.
Count five average words for each
line. Combinations of figures or
initials count as one word. Special
rates on ads running for one week
or longer. Minimum charge 25
cents.
BLACKSMITHS
ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubber
tires a specialty. Band sawing
ARCHITECTS.
M. W. BIRD, Architect. Houses
that are homes. Phone 233.
CONTRACTORS
CARRIAGE PAINTING by a practi
cal carriage painter, who makes
that his specialty. Phone up M.
O. Merrill's residence. W. F.
O'Neal.
CIVIL ENGINEERS
IC. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and
Surveyor. Irrigation work a spec
ialty. Office Rosenberg block.
Wen itchee. Wash.
FRATERNAL NOTICES.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT—Yu'e
Circle No. 52, will meet on third
Monday of each month in Eagle*'
Hall. Henrietta Bigelow, Guar
dian; Viola Gochnour. Clerk.
A. O. U. W., No. S3. Meets at Bow
er hall every 2nd and 4th Friday
of each month.
H. W. Dibble, W. M.
Chas. Becker, Recorder.
I. O. O. F., Wenatchee Lodge, No.
157 meets at Sprague Hall evevv
Saturday night. F. C. NKi.,
Noble Grand; GEO. D. Pc.......
Vice-Grand.; P. H. SHERBURNE,
Secretary.
K. O. T. M., Wenatchee Tent, No. 56,
meets every second and fourth
Monday at Eagle Haii. Ed. Den
nis, Commander; C. A. Battles,
Record Keeper.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA
Howard Camp No. 3973, meets ev
ery Saturday evening at the Bow
er Hall. Visiting members cor
dially invited. Grace Woodruif,
Recorder; Jennie Bartlett. Oracle.
TFIE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet
• the first and third Wednesday of
the month in Eagle Hall. Visit
ing members cordially invited to
attend. Grace E. Parker, Illustri
ous Protector; C. H. Armstrong,
Secretary.
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS—Daniel
McCook Corps No. 15 meets at
Sprague Hall second and fourtb
Fridays of each month at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Emma Gardner, pres.- Mrs
Anna W. May. sec.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YOEMEN. Columbia Homsetead
No. 682, meets each Tuesday night
at Sprague Hall. For information,
see U. F. Lake, Deputy. W. A.
Grant, Foreman; C. W. lorgenson.
Q. A. R., Daniel McCook
Post, No. 105, Department
of Washington and Alaska
meets 2d and 4th Fridays
of each month at Odd Fel-
'lows Hall. M. O. MERRILL, Com
mander; J. B. PALMER, Adjutant.
er Hali. B. J. WILLIAMS, W. M.;
R. H. NOWLAN- Secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OP
America* meets every
{.Wednesday evening in
► Bower bait Visiting
Woodmen cordially in-
▼ltea. FRANK BAGGOTT, clerk;
R. L. BARTLETT, Counsel.
Columbia and Okanogan
Steamboat Co.
SCHEDULE
Efflec*tTe on and After Nor. 1, 1906.
UP RIVER
Leave Wenatchee dally ...6:00a.m.
" Orondo daily 8:00 a. m.
" Entiat uaily 8:30 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m.
" Pateros daily S :00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily.... 6: CO p. m.
DOWN RIVER
Leave Brewster dally ... .4:00 a. m.
" Pateros daily 4:20 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily.B:3o a. m.
" Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
" Orondo dally 10:00 a.m.
Arrive Wenatchee daily.. 12:00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee tor
Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and
| Friday mornings. Returning leaves
' Bridgeport same night.
| Ask for special folders regarding
1 Okanogan irrigation project and
| Lake Chela* district.
F. & A. M., River
side Lodge, No. 112,
meets every 2nd and
4th Thursday of
each month at Bow-

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