Newspaper Page Text
Latest La&s of TllT*)** Newest Conceits Douglas & Florsheim in Shoes j g Hats and Furnishings i on Chrstian Church. The Adnms brothers will conduce their second meeting in the Chris tian church, beginning Sunday eve ning, March 14. A. J. ADAMS A. J. Adams, the pastor, is on his third year, and in the two years past there has been nearly 200 additions to the church, with almost as great an increase in the Bible school. rnrr m Vnil IIV CICTCD Free to You and Every Sister Suf rntL IU lUU —Rll OlOlCn erlng from Woman's Ailments. ** > I know woman's sufferings. c .. I have found the cure. Jr 1 ~tll mall, fr< c of any charpp, my boms treaf- JT . want with full Instructios *to any sufferer from Jr . woman'sailments. I want totelial! women about - \ this euro— you, n.y r< .ul r, for yourself, your # \^^^BfMjSSaM^— \ wghtt-r. yourmother.oryourswter. lwantto X 1 t«*il you how to euro youi •• ivos at home with » 1 out the help of a doctor. Mtn -innot understand IHHiHK S 1 women's sufferings. What wi v. omen know fro* t I ;\ 1 exner.ence, >■ kv..v b<;*.<r th.in any doctor. 1 "'' x' » j? I know that my'home treatm nt is safi and sure jJa- J'i * J cure for levcorrttota or Whitish itischarees. Ulceration. Oie • .F;.5...| jjfp?:- I placement or Failing cf the Womb, Profuse, Scanty or Painful ». | w gwV f Per ods. Uterine or Ovarian Tumors, or Growths; also ps;ne ta \ jjr *" Ft|jp aGr / R * ad > oack and bowels, bearing down feelings, nanrouaneaa, XT / creeping feeling up the sp<ne, melancholy, desire to cry, hat \ \v JBt i flsshes. weanness. kidney, and bladder troubles where caused] - Jr 1 want to send you a complete tan day'a treatment mj. 3*° Jr aotiraly free to prove to you that you can cure j\ yourself at nome, easily, quickly and aurely. Eemember, that, it arill cost you nothing to give the treatment a complete trial: amd if you wish to continue, it arill cost you only about 12 centra week or less than two cents a day. It will not Interfere with your work or occupation. Just send ma your oame and address, tell me how you •uffer if yo x wish, and 1 will send you the treatment for your case, entirely free.in plain wrap per, by retarn mail. I will also send you tree of cast, ray book—"WOMAN'S OWI MEOJCrU aOYISER" with explanatory illustrations showing wh* women suffer, and how they can easily cure themselves at home. Every womanshouid have it, and learn to think for herself. Then when thedoctor says— "You roust have an operation," you can decide for yourself. Thousands of women have cured themselves with my home remedy. It cures all c: cr -eng. To Mothers of Daughters, I will explain a simple home treatment which speedily and effectually cures Leucorrhoea, Green Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation in young Ladies, Plumpness and health always results from Its use. Wherever you live, I cam refer you to ladies of your own locality who know and will gladly tell any sufferer that this Haste Treatment really cures all wotnem'sdiseases, and make* women well, strong, plump and robust. Just sand me your address, and the free ten day's treatment la yours, also the book. Write to-day, as you may not see this oZt r Address MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box H - • South Bend, Ind., U. S. A. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1909. W. T. ADAMS W. T. Adams, state evangelist for this district, has, since October, con ducted seven meetings, all of which were successful, and resulted in the organization of three new churches. An earnest invitation is extended to all parents to be in the Bible school at 10 a. m. A parents' day program has been arranged. Come and get in touch with our Bible school work. An invitation is extended to the public to attend all the services throughout the meeting. First Baptist Church. The pastor will have for his morn- FOR ONE WEEK We will continue our SPECI M Spring Suit Sale Made to Sell forUir $18, $20 and $22 \IK Very Latest Models ill I II Up-to-the.Minute Shades ' fJTAR ANTFFIi AT I WOO! These great bargains are selling fast. But we have a big lot to choose from. Buy your UUHAiUI lIaUV HLL Tf VVL,. Spring m nQW You m g save money ing topic, "Living by Faith." The ordinance of the Lord's Supper will be observed after the sermon. Young Peoples* society at 6:30, Miss Esta Milner will be the leader. The sub ject for the evening sermon will be "Christ Our Life." Subject for mid week service, "The Lord of Life." E. O. Jessup, pastor. Presbyterian Church. Dr. Stevenson will preach tomor row morning on "Bringing Men to Christ." At 7:30 p. m., in a pre lude to his sermon, he will discuss "The Moral Output of the Adjourned Legislature." The evening sermon will be upon "The Heroic Christ." All are invited. Strangers are es pecially welcome. Methodist Church. The pastor will preach both morn ing and evening. Morning subject, "The Great Sin Offering." Evening subject, "At My Convenience." Spe cial music at both services. All other services as usual. Everybody is in vited. H. L. Beightol, pastor. Christian Science. Sunday, at 11 a. m., in Sprague chapel, subject, "Substance." Text: "Wilt thou set thine eyes upon that which is not? for riches certainly make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven." Proverbs 23:5. Now Have Three Displays C. A. Cushing Has Arranged Three Exhibit of Fruit in Seattle. Secretary D. N. Gellatly had a let- t ter this morning from C. A. Cushing, of the Orchard-Bond company of Be-j attle. saying that he had fixed up j three very attractive displays of We-; natchee fruit in Seattle. One was in the ticket office and one in the ex press office of the Great Northern on Second street, and the other was in the Spelger & Hurlburt store win dow. These are attracting a great deal of attention. Mr. Cushing also refers to the gen erosity of Mr. Tomoll in loaning a handsome show case in which to dis play the Wenatchee fruit. Several thousand dollars to loan on approved city and farm property. J. A. Gellatly. ••• COSGROVE IS THIN BUT BETTER LETTER FROM PASO ROBLES SAYS GOVERNOR IS CHEERFUL AND EXPECTS TO COME BACK TO WASHINGTON SOON. Though shrunken to a weight of 114 pounds, Gov. S. G. Cosgrove is stronger today than at any time since recovering sufficient vigor and strength to enable him to make the trip to Olympia during the first month of the legislative session and take the oath entitling him to the of fice which was the reward of half a lifetime of serious purpose and the hardest kind of work. Jules Redelsheimer, a Seattle man who has been in Paso Robles three weeks and who conversed with him daily, writes that Governor Cosgrove was able to walk about the streets and grounds of the resort for three days in succession within the last week. "The governor is cheerful and con fident he will be able to return to Washington this summer," writes Mr. Redelsheimer. "To every Wash ingtonian who visits him at Paso Robles. Mr. Cosgrove, on saying good bye, asks that the visitor will tell 'all the boys' that he will soon be in the gubernatorial harness at Olympia. He is greatly shrunken as to weight, but has a strong heart and is keeping strictly to the treatment." The governor is said to have told visitors at Paso Robles many inter esting yarns about Washington state politics. He is quoted as telling the following story, now of spicy inter est: "In the old days in Garfield coun ty, M. F. Gose, who is now on the supreme bench, used to fight me in politics. I was then of the certain opinion that one day I would be governor of my state. I went to Gose one day and said: " 'Gose, you want to be on the supreme befich some day. The sooner you quit fighting me, the sooner you'll wear the ermine, for some day I shall be governor and then I will appoint you, if you are good.' " This is a story the governor de lights to tell at Paso Robles, it is said, and it is all the more interest ing because of the fact that Gose did quit fighting Cosgrove, and the lat ter named him for the supreme bench when he came to Olympia to be in augurated. TAFTIO HAVE A TRAVELING CABINET (By Associated Press.) Washington, March 13. —If Taft's desires are carried out his advisers will soon become known as the "trav eling cabinet." Experience has taught the new chief executive that first hand information is the best and he will have each head of the various departments make frequent tours of inspection. Secretary of War Dickinson may make an early visit to Panama to inspect the canal. Secretary of the Interior Ballinger will go to Alaska to investigate con ditions In that territory. Secretary of the Navy Meyer will probably visit various naval yards in the country to acquaint himself with local con ditions. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson will visit various state experi ment stations this summer and will also inspect packing houses in the west. Coal Miners to Hold Convention. (By Associated Press.) Philadelphia. March 13.—Mem bers of three anthracite district ex ecutive boards of miners' union met today and decided to hold a tri-dist rict convention of miners at Scran ;ton, Pa.. March 28. The convention . will receive reports of settlements of | the committee which met the oper ' arors here and will adopt plans for making a further effort to obtain j from the coal companies a new agree ment to take the place of the pres ent arrangement. There is nothing on the surface to indicate any changes in the situation. P. F. Peloquin wishes to announce that he has withdrawn from mem bership in the Malaga Red Apple Real Estate company. *** Entiat Plant Out of Commission. The power plant on the Entiat, which furnishes the lights for the town of Waterville, was put out of commission last Sunday night. It was necessary to send to Spokane for repairs and the plant was not fixed until Thursday night. In the meantime Waterville was in dark ness and the mill had to close down. Receipt That Cures Weak Men—Free Send Name and Address Today— You Can Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorons. I have in my possession a prescrip tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor, weakened manhood, failing memory and lame" back, brought on by excesses, unnatural drains or the follies of youth, that has cured so many worn and nervous men right in their own homes—without any additional help or medicine—that I think every man who wishes to gain his manly power and virilfJP quickly and quietly, should have a copy. So, I have determined to send a copy of the prescription, free of charge, in a plain, ordinary, sealed envelope, to any man who will write me for it. This prescription comes from a physician who has made a special study of men, and I am convinced it is the surest-acting combination for the cure of deficient manhood and vigor-failure ever put together. I think I owe it to my fellow man to send them a copy in confidence, so that any man, anywhere, who is weak and discouraged with repeated failures may stop drugging himself with harmful patent medicines, se cure what, I believe is the quickest acting, restorative, upbuilding, SPOT TOUCHING remedy ever devised, and so, cure himself at home quietly and quickly. Just drop me a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, 4705 Luck Bldg., Detroit, Mich., and I will you a copy of this splendid receipf|fc in a plain, ordinary sealed envelope, free of charge.