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SS CENTS PER INSERTION; $1 oo A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN .FOUR LINES. UNDERTAKERS. 'THE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK ING COMPANY. C. G. Hall, presi dent; H. N. May, sec, treas. and mgr. Funeral Directors and Li censed Embalmers. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant. Parlor No. 19 Mission street north. Second door north of Great Northern ho tel. Phone 1165. Open day and night. Wenatchee, Wash. B. F. SPRAGUE, Professional Fune er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs. ral Director and Licensed Embalm- A. J. Martin, lady assistants. Phone 1375, Wenatchee, Wash. DBNTD3TB. DR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over Mechtel's Bakery. Phone 981. DR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist. Phone 1466, Columbia Valley Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash. ATTORNEYS. Owl BARROWS, Lawyer. Rooms -l and 2, Rosenberg Block. Phone its. LUDINGTON & KEMP, Lawyers. Farmers & Merchants Bank Build ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Luding ton, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting At torney. W. E. Goldman O. P. Easterwood EASTERWOOD & GOLDMAN, Attor neys at Law. Wenatchee, Wash. ARCHITECTS. M. W. BIRD. Arcnltect. "Bullia of Fine Homes.' Phone 558. CONTRACTORS A. B. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR. Plastering; also brick, stone and oemeat work. Estimates cheer fully furnished. Phone 297. We natchee, Wash. FRATKRNAto NOTICES. A. O. U. W., No. 83, meets at Eagle Jk*l\ every Friday night of each ftionth. Neil C<™art, M. W.; ArtU* Recorder. i. O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No. 157 meets at Sprague hall, every Saturday night. A. J. Adams, Noble Grand. D. M. Coulter, Vice Grand. J. E. Gipe, Secretary. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Howard Camp No. 3973, meets ev ery Thursday evening at Sprague's Hall. Visiting members cor dially Invited. Anna W. May, Recorder; Jennie riartlett, Oracle THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the first and third Wednesday of the month in Eagle hall. Visit ing members cordially invited to attend. J. C. Campbell, Illustri ous Protector; Miss Anna Kyle, Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS —Daniel McCook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays of each month at 2 p. m. Mr 6. L. Wenaer. president; Anna W. May, Secretary. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YOEMEN, Columbia Homestead, No. 682, meets first and third Tues days of each month at Sprague Hall. For information, see U. F. Lake, Deputy. W. A. Graat, Fore man; C. W. Jorgenson, Correspon dent. G. A. R., Daniel McCooh Post, No. 105, Department of Washington snd Alaska meets 2d and 4th Friday* of each month at Odd Feb lows Hall. LP. Ferrin, Commander; U. O. Merrill, Adjutant. F. * A. M., River side lodge No. 112, meets every Ist and 3rd Friday of each month at Bower *all. A. Baptie, W. M.; R. H. Now '•«. Secretary. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA meets every Friday evening in Sprague ball. Visit ing Woodmen cordially invited. Terry Ross, clerk; B. F. Anderson, eon a sol. PROPEft&IONAL MART A DAJHSBROBR, ProfQsston af jl* dwtfe and Nnrce. Phone 580, or writs P. O. Box 111, Wonacsfcss. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON. MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1909. CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. CIVIL ENGINEERS 0. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a ipe> efalty. Office, Columbia Vallej Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash FRED BE-RRY, Civil Engineer. Land surveying, sub-division work, esti mates, and irrigation projects. Phone 1564. County Engineer's Office, Wenatchee, Wash. SEEDS STANDARD VARIETIES of Garden, flower and hotbed seeds. We take orders for plants. Wenatchee & Rock Island Warehouse company. Corner Palouse and Wenatchee avenue. Phone 1435. FOR SALE —Cabbage, celery, to mato, pepper, lettuce, egg, cauli flower and other garden plants in quantities. Good varieties. Send in large orders early. W. S. Mil ner. Phone 724. Washington and E streets. tf Plants, Shrubs and Flowers Leave orders for same at Wenatchee & Rock Island Warehouse Co., corner Wenatchee Avenue and Pa louse. Phone 1435. RASPBERRY PLANTS for sale, both red and black. $2.00 per hun dred. C. F. Keiser. Phone 578. tf POSITIONS WANTED WANTED—By a young lady, a po sition as bookkeeper and type writer, where an earnest effort to please, with a view to advance ment, would be appreciated. Ad dress Box 523. 4-5 HELP WANTED WANTED—GirI for general house work. Mrs. C. F. Keiser. Phone 578. tf WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Phone 355. 4-8 WANTED—A competent woman to do general housework; two in fam ily; salary $30. Phone 1861. 4-S HOUSEKEEPER WANTED — To keep house for man and four chil dren. Will pay $25 per month. Write of telephone ISS Wenatchee, after 3 p. m. 4-10 FOR RENT FOR SALE —Blacksmith shop, tools and stock all complete, for sale or rent. Also 10 houses and lots for sale; easy terms. 30 acres at Sunnyslope for sale. Knowles & Lucavish. Phone 2355. 4-22 NICELY FURNISHED outside rooms close in. Phone 1065. Call 119 Chelan avenue south. 4-25 FOR RENT — Two unfurnished rooms. Phone 1072, or call 220 D street. 4-6 FOR RENT —Orchard ranch on Lake Chelan, Wash. Cash, improvement or share term lease. Address Walter V. Cook, Lakeside, Wash. 5-1 BUSINESS PROPETY FOR RENT— Located at No. 10 Mission street, next to telephone office. J. R Phipps. Phone 386. 4-6 LOST LOST—Between the ferry and Col umbia drive, on March 30, a sil ver cigarette case engraved "Capt. V. Percy Smith from Lord Minto." Finder please return to owner at Olympia hotel. tf LOST—GoId watch charm, with K. of P. engraving. Reward. Leave at Aikin & Cassidy, or phone 1422. 4-7 LOST—On Wednesday, March 31, a female pug dog in Wenatchee; color grayish; wart on top of head, card hanging to neck. Reward of $5 will be given to party return ing dog to Barron & Spencer Lum ber Co., of Lakeside, Wash. 4-6 TO EXCMAJTOE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—I4I acres in the Methow valley for sale or exchange for Wenatchee city property; 100 acres under fence, 40 acres cultivated. 40 bear ing trees; lots of berries; honse 14x28; other good building. Liv ing water on the place. Good homestead adjoining. For sale for $2,500. Phone 1744 or call Room 5 over Mochtsl's Bakery. 4-C CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. F.ARM PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE} —A tract in East Wenat chee. This is a snap. From $125 to $200 per acre. Only 2 miles from the ferry and under the High Line ditch. This land may be sub divided into 5 and 10 acre tracts. See Knowles & Lucavish, real es tate, Orondo avenue. Phone 2355. 4-19 160 ACRES FOR SALE —7 miles from Wenatchee and four miles from station; 5 acres bearing or chard; 35 acres alfalfa; good four room house; large barn; good well of water; fine water right. In quire of or address N. E. Harris, 535 Wenatchee Aye. So. tf FOR SALE—A model home, com prising 320 acres, near Wenatchee. Springs for irrigation, water piped to house and stable. Plant in cludes plows, harrows, drill, wa gon, hack, header, threshing ma chine and tools, 3 head work horses and harness, bob sled and small sled, chickens, fresh cow, and other things. Price $10,000: $4,000 down and three years on balance. For further particulars, address P. O. Box 268, Wenatchee, Wash. 4-16 AN OKANOGAN RANCH for sale. 160 acres under the Loup Loup irrigation project. Water guaran teed next year; 2% acres bearing orchard; 12 acres young orchard; 100 acres in cultivation; fine soil; perennial springs; all farm machin ery. $100 per acre. No agents. Address H. O. Hinde, R. F. D. No. 1. Okanogan, Wash. tf 10 acres, % miles below bridge on Douglas county side; volcanic ash free of sand. Scenic view of We natchee and surrounding points. Owned by D. Shattuck, one of the * Wenatchee Canal company's em ployes, who picked the land among the first. Enclosed by wire fence; plowed twice. Will sell the land for $525 per acre for 10 days only. Enquire at the ferry. 4-7 20 ACRES, 5 miles from station, 15 acres bearing; good water right; berries and small fruit for family. Spring water piped into 6-room house. Price $10,000; terms. Phone X2ll, or write P. O. Box 96, Wenatchee. 150 ACRES FOR SALE LEVEL TRACT containing 150 acres, just across the river, one mile from the bridge. Lies just above the High Line ditch and can be easily watered by pumping. A good proposition to cut up into 5 or 10 acre tracts. Has good house and outbuildings. Fine spring fur nishes water for house and barn. One hundred acres may be pur chased if desired. Small cash payment and balance on terms to suit the purchaser. This is a bar gain for somebody. Write H. J. Betty, Route No. 3. FOR SALE—A good 10-acre fruit ranch, 3 year old trees, near En tiat. Terms. A bargain. Call on or address M. O. Pressnall, Entiat, Wash. 4-19 FOR SALE FOR CASH—6 acres near ball grounds; 3 year old trees, nearly all apples. This is a snap. J. H. Ferryman. tf TEN ACRES of choice orchard land, seven acres set to best varieties of apples, six acres of which is bearing; lays level; good water right. No better soil in valley. Will take Wenatchee residence property in exchange on first pay ment. Malaga Real Estate Com pany, office opposite postoffice. tf THE MALAGA REAL ESTATE CO. has a few bargains in orchard tracts. These were listed just be fore the advance in prices in the Malaga fruit lands. The present list prices only hold good for a few days. If you want a genuine bar gain see us at once. Malaga Real Estate Co. tf EMPLOYMENT AGENCY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY —K. J. Cumings has moved his employ ment agency to the building di rectly across the street from the Wenatchee Department Store. 4-30 LOANS WANTED WANTED — Prirate party with 11.500.00 to $2,000.00 to discount short time gilt edge notes; invest ment will net over 15 per cent; longest time January 1. Address O. W., care Dally World. tf CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE 20 ACRES at Corning, Cal., irrigat ed, choice land, level, for sale or exchange for Wenatchee property. A bargain. Terms. Lymburner, at Daily World, after 3:30. tf CHEAP LAND FOR SALE 3,100 acres of suitable alfalfa and grain land, 2,780 acres deeded over 1,700 acres under independent water ditches, the balance is good dry farming land; 16 miles of fence; over 1,000 acres cleared of sage brush, much of it in hay and grain now; ranch buildings fairly good. Price $28,500. Real estate men and others having eastern correspondents who might be in terested in cheap land, can get a complete discription of the prop erty from the owner, R. M. Lewis, of Wenatchee, or Rufus Woods, of the Daily World. The ranch is located in Bear River valley, near Evanston, southwest corner Wyo ming, 75 miles east of Ogden on the Union Pacific railway. 4-30 DON'T BUY HAY AT A BIG PRICE when you can raise it yourself on the following plan: I have 80 acres of wheat land 6 miles from Wenatchee, which I will sell for $4,200. It will average $1,000 net per year in hay alone. If sev eral of you fruit men can get to gether on this it will save you money on feed. Land close to school. 3 room house; barn; good cellar and cistern. Write me. L. F. Ward, R. F. D. No. 3. 4-24 BEARING ORCHARD—2I acres of fine soil, only one mile from Cash mere, which is in the center of the Wenatchee valley. 15 acres in or chard. Winesaps, Spitzenbergs and Jonathans; 5 acres in alfalfa; en tire tract is level. Good water right, close to the ditch, and is one of the best locations in the valley. Six acres of the orchard is in fine bearing and the balance is under six years old but will soon be one of the money makers of the valley. House, good stable and some fine outbuildings. From this place one commands a fine view of the "Vale of Cashmere," the beauty spot of the Wenatchee valley. One good investment like this is better than a life time of labor. If you know this, then why not investigate this at once before it is too late. The price will advance if not taken within thirty days. Price for ten days $1,550 per acre; good terms. ESTES-HANAN REALTY COM PANY, Cashmere, Wash., Phone 147.' FOR SALE—IO acres in East We natchee. In trees two years old. Good slope for irrigation. Sightly location. Free of rock and sand. Fifteen minutes walk from ferry. Small house. Any one with $2, --500 cash can swing this deal. Price $4,500. Set to best varie ties of commercial fruit. Inquire of Dave Shattuck, real estate agent, at the ferry. On sale for 10 days only. 4-13 TEN ACRES for sale or trade; set to apples; will take city property in exchange, 3 years on balance. Apply P. O. Box 305. 4-10 CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE—Seven room modern house, with three 50-foot lots set in bearing fruit. Will sell house or lots separate. See W. Z. Thorn hill, 238 North Chelan aye. $525 —Fifty foot east front lot in Belmont; small payment down, balance monthly. $825, small new house, same terms. Nowlan & Co. 5 N. Wenatchee aye. 4-5 FOR SALE —At a bargain if sold be fore May Ist, one of the finest homes in city; 7 room modern house; pretty garden; plenty good fruit. Inquire 118 Chelan avenue north. Phone 1201. 4-7 FOR SALE —A fine home with full bearing orchard, close to city lim its. Address L. C, care Daily World. 4-31 HOUSE FOR SALE—We have a good house and three acres of land close in, which we will sell for $3,500; $1,000 will handle it. We natchee Valley Land company, Phone 1433. 4-6 ALCOHOL FOR SALE DENATURED ALCOHOL for sal* ta small or large quantities, by P. T. Blnnok. Phone 6T3. 3-34 CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN POUR LINES. POULTRY AND EGGS EGGS FOR HATCHING—From our pure bred S. C. White Leghorns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Houdans. The establishment of heavy laying strains our specialty. CalJ for free catalog containing description of breeding pens, prices of eggs and records of our phenomenal layers. 78 birds exhibited at our last show won 64 regular prizes and 5 silver cups. Stock for sale. WEST END POULTRY RANCH, Phone 575, Wenatchee, Washington. FOR SALE—Eggs for setting. Full blood White Rock. $1.00 for 15 or $6.00 a hundred. Good layers. Got eggs all winter. Call on J. R. Phipps, or phone 3 86, or leave orders at P. P. Holcomb's store. 4-15 EGG MACHINE—A TEN MONTHS LAYER—THE ANCONAS. Eggs for sale. 15 for $2.00. H. T. Cox, Wenatchee, Wash. 4-31 EGGS FOR HATCHING—Pure Black Minorcas, Ist pen $2; 2nd pen. $1.50. Also Pekin ducks. Mrs. L. J. Compton, phone 66. 4-10 LIVE STOCK RAVESSANT, PERCHERON STAL LION, wil stand the season of 1909 in Wenatchee, at the Farmers Feed Stable and at my ranch, 3 miles south of town. Exact dates for each place will be announced later. This horse has been pur chased by me from the Farmers' Percheron Horse Co. Terms, $10 single service; $15 for season; $20 to insure. T. R. Chisholm, Proprietor. Phone XIO7. 5-15 HORSES FOR SALE—We have 25 work, driving and saddle horses. All broke. Phone X2B. City ad dress O'Connor's barn. L. A. Big ham, W. F. Lang. 4-6 FOR SALE FIRST CLASS SPRAYER for sale. Inquire Phone 671. tf FOR SALE—One Remington type writer as good as new, only $65. Wenatchee Business College. 4-5 FOR SALE —Good second haad wa gon. Price $20. Phone 1813. A. J. McCullough. 4-8 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale at 319 Pennsylvania avenue. 4-4 FOR SALE —Delivery wagon; would be handy for fruit men. Price $25. Phone 1813. A. J. McCul lough. 4-8 MISCELLANEOUS ROOM AND BOARD wanted by gen tleman and young girl. Private family preferred or housekeeper, elderly lady. Permanent position. References. Phone 1265 or call Walker & Widney's office. 4-8 FAMILIES WANTED—We want to confer with several families who wish to secure good acreage tracts, close in, at payments down of $200 to $500. You'll never have a better opportunity to get a home. Wenatchee Valley Land company. Phone 1433. 4-6 1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED to use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T. Blunck, Phone 573. Wenatchee, Wash. 4-8 A FRESH MILCH COW for sale, with calf at foot. Call up Phone 354. 3-9 WANTED —Plain sewing by day or week. Children's specialty. In quire for Mrs. McGuire, at Mrs. Scanlan's. 3-10 THOSE IN NEED of awnings, porch curtains or anything in the can vas line will do well to see me be fore buying. All awnings and cur tains erected. Work guaranteed. A. Greenfield, Wenatchee Machine Shop. 4-10 WANTED —Second hand spring wa gon. Phone 12411 or address Box 184, R. F. D. No. 2. 4-7 WANTED TO RENT—Housekeeping rooms or board and room for three in private family. Write Room 17, Great Northern hotel. 4-5 WANTED —Ground floor office or desk room in business center, by representative of line real estate firm. Write Room 17, Great Nor thern hotel. 4-5 CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $I.o© A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. BOARD PLAIN BOARD AND ROOM—Call corner Fifth and E streets north, or phone 1014. 4-10 IMPROVEMENTS IIP WENATCHEE DEED MAYAR, EDITOR OF THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO, PROPH ESIES BIG YEAR FOR LEAVE N WORTH-PESHASTIN SECTION. Deed Mayar, editor of the Leaven worth Echo, is in the city today on business matters. He states that the residents of the upper Wenatchee valley are planning on a banner year. During the past week a $40,000 mercantile corporation has been formed at Leavenworth and will be ready for business in a very short time. He also states that there will be a number of ne business blocks built. The land seekers which have come into the lower Wenatchee val ley in great numbers are also drift ing into the Leavenworth and Pe shastin section and a great many land sales have been made, especial ly in the Peshastin section. Hun dreds of acres will be planted to fruit this season and eventually the upper portion of the valley is des tined to prove a great apple belt. EDITOR BRITT VERY LOW Fears Are Entertained that Veteran Editor of Chelan Leader Will Neve* Be at Work Again. It is learned that DeWitt C. Britt, editor of the Chelan Leader, is very low and fears are entertained that he will never be at work again. Last summer he had a very bad sick spell and was incapacitated for work for several months. This spring he has had another very bad attack and fears are entertained that he cannot live but a few weeks longer. Overwork and the grind incident to fifteen years' steady work as publisher of the Chelan Leader have been too much for him. Baptist Church at Cashmere. Cashmere, April 5. —Friday eve ning the Baptists again met at the home of Mr. Kirby to complete or ganization. Fifty members were en rolled. Officers were elected as fol lows: Clerk, Mrs. Kirby; temporary chairman, Mr. Ludlam; permanent hcairman, Mr. Allison; deacons, Frank Presnell, Gene Stowell. Trus tees, W. C. Bordow, Mr. Kirby, Mr. Mustell, Mr. Barnes. A. J. Amos, Mrs. Burbank. Treasurer, Mrs. Mustell. The trustees were also appointed as a committee to secure pastor and act as finance committee. Frank Presnell was elcted Bible school superintendent; Mr. Kirby as church choirister; Miss Ruth Dickey, organist; Mrs. Presnell, assistant or ganist. Church services will be held at G. A. R. hall Sunday evening. Rev. Robertson, of Peshastin. preaching, and Bible school will be organized the following Sunday. Meeting of Jury. The jury summoned to inquire in to the death of the man recently found in the Columbia river. They will meet at 5 o'clock this evening at the Wenatchee Undertaking par lors. Some new developments re garding the death of this man will be submitted. Commissioners in Session Today. The county commissioners are in session today. Messrs. Pitcher, Trow and Kinney being present. The ses sion today has been devoted to road matters, of which there happens to be a large grist. The dime social which was to have been given in the Presbyterian church this evening has been post poned to Monday evening, April 12. ! R. H. Lord, the rustling real es tate man of Chelan, is in the city today on business matters. Ed. Jones went up to Leavenworth today.