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ELECTRIC TALKS—No. 6 LOCATION v To a r t YO " BOOST YOUR LOCATION WITH AN SIGN We Will Call When You Say Wenatchee Electric Company 4,+++++++ + + + + + + + + ♦ CITY NEWS. ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goss, of Cherry street, returned last night from a week's visit at the fair. We have some especial bargains in watches to show our patrons this fall. Our 16 size 17-jewel gold-filled gents' watch, warranted 20 years, for only $15 Is the finest watch ever of fered for the money. And our ladies' 0 size 20-year watch for only $10 is a beauty. Call and see our new line of watches. Howard Thomas. the jeweler. William Ask made a business trip to Leavenworth yesterday. See our window display of Boys' Suits. Watches free on Saturday. Sohade & Parshall Co. The Epworth league of the M. E. church will give a social this eve ning in the parlors of the church. Each member is requested to repre sent a country by wearing the native costume. All the young people are welcome. See our window for bargains in watches. Howard Thomas. 9-2 4 David Hubber, of Cady, Texas, is here visiting his daughter, Mrs. Frank Mathews. J. W. Peck, of Seattle, is here on business for a few days this week. W. N. Barnard, of Wenatchee lake, i 6 in the city for a few days. Remember, Wenatchee Business College opens Monday, October 4. ** Ladies, bring your combings to the Perfection Beairty Parlor. Will make them into Switches, Puffs and Pom padours. 105 Mission street. All work guaranteed. J. W. Pierce, of Ephrata, is in the city today on business. Great Furniture Sale Everything goes at Bargain Prices up to 10 o'clock Saturday night. BUY On Monday we start opening up the first consignment of a shipment of eight carloads of fine eastern furniture bought in the Chicago and Grand Rapids mark ets and we invite your inspection. ELECTRIC E. D. McGuire, of Seattle, returned from a business trip to up river points today. Misses Bertha and Bessie Fine, of Omak. passed through here today on their way to Seattle. Do you remember the disappoint ment last spring by placing your or der late? Figure up what you need and hand the list to the C. & O. Nur sery Co. and have them book your order for fall or spring. We have all the commercial varieties. C. & O. Nursery Co., Wenatchee. •••tf W. H. Hocking, of the Home Tea & Coffee Co., returned today from a business trip to Leavenworth. 9-24 ! Miss Lina Huston came down from I her home at Bridgeport today and ' left on No. 43 for Seattle to enter 1 school for the coming term. It will please your friends and it will help boost your town by sending the Daily World to your friends in the east. *** Have the Daily World left at your door and read today's news today. A silk skirt free with every lady's suit sold on Saturday, at Schade & Parshall Co. The funeral services of Mrs. Gul lett were held this afternoon at the family residence, on Springwater avenue. Sprague & Ruppe were mor ticians instead of the Wenacthee Undertaking Co., as was stated yes terday. Remember, Wenatchee Business College opens Monday, October 4. ** Help Wenatchee by sending the Daily World to your friends in the east. *•* Mrs. A. H. Wood, of Chicago, and daughter. Mrs. P. E. Sincere, of New York City, arrived here yesterday. They are mother and sister of Arthur Wood. •••9-23 Tomorrow the Last Day THE WBNATCHBE DAILY WORLD, WENATCIIEE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1909. WE HAVE AN ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION. OF THE NOW S. E. Mills and wife, of Snohomish, are spending a few dayß here look ing over the valley. Remember, Wenatchee Business College opens Monday, October 4. *• Miss M. Dougall and sister, Mrs. Maggie Bowly, of St. Thomas, Can ada, spent today here with friends and left on No. 43 for Cashmere. Buy home grown stock. Delicious trees from Wenatchee valley scions. All other commercial varieties. C. & O. Nursery Co., Wenatchee, Wash. Heinz' chow chow pickle put up in a 16 oz. bottle for 20c. at The Sani tary Grocery. *** Mortimer R. Lewis, cousin of L. M. Lewis, arrived yesterday from Se attle and will begin engineering work with F. M. Berry. Mr. Lewis has spent the summer in the Methow with I. A. Navarre and went to Se attle a short time ago to see his father before the latter was operated upon. He states that his father is recovering and will be back to We natchee within the next two or three weeks. Exceptional bargains in watches at Howard Thomas', the jeweler. 9-24 Miss Eva Holden, of Jackson, Mis sissippi, arrived here yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. L. W. Smith. After visiting here a few days Miss Holden will visit friends at up river points. Now is the time to order that Ford auto, 1910 model. Quick delivery. Remember the time we had getting them last spring with the factory three months behind orders? Well, the demand is going to be heavier next year. More Fords are used in Chelan county than all other makes combined. Better get in line. W. B. Paton. Cashmere, Wash. 9-24-tf Ira D. Edwards returned yesterday from a business trip to Leavenworth. Miss May James went to Rock Is land yesterday to visit friends until Saturday. Mrs. Wrestly of Chelan passed through here yesterday on her way to Spokane to visit the fair. H. N. Swartwood returned yester day from a business trip to Seattle. Mrs. H. L. Homer, of Colvllle, ar rived here today to visit her sister. Mrs. George Haines, of Douglas street. G. M. Richman left this morning for Montana to look for a location. Roy C. Brack, apple buyer for Rae & Hatfield of New York, spent a few days here this week and left this morning for Hood River, Ore. E. P. Moe, of Entlat. is in the city today on business matters. Mrs. George Barrett and Mr. and Mrs. William Lybolt, of Brunswick, Neb., are the guests of Mrs. George Bainard of Sunnyslope. Chicago Fruit Honse. M. W. Saunders, representing J. Friedheim & Co., wholesale fruit and produce brokers, of Chicago, arrived in the city last night and will remain here for several weeks for the pur pose of seeing what he can do tow ards getting some of the Wenatchee valley apples. St. Joseph's Altar Society. The workers met at the home of Mrs. Crollard yesterday. Great en thusiasm was displayed to make the society even a greater success than it was in the past. Fully one-half of the entire membership was pres ent at this meeting. Arrangements are now under way for the Catholic fall festival. Mrs. Bloom, the presi dent, reported the advance sale of several hundred tickets, which were sold through her personal efforts. She has an able assistant in Mrs. James M. Duffy. Every member pres ent at this meeting has volunteered to contribute some home made deli cacy which she will prepare over her own range and bring to the festival, which bids fair to resemble one great gigantic family party. To enjoy the evening, good will and good fellow ship for everybody, a good lunch, a few selections of music or song, a social game of cards to introduce all comers, a trip of the light fantastic to the air of a dreamy valse or two step, for the young people, nay, per haps old people who, by the delusive atmosphere, have turned young again, such will be the experience of all who attend the fall festival Thurs day. September 30. Other diversions will be thought of. such as giving away a big rocker to the holder of the successful number which any ticket holder has a chance at, be sides a pie contest which is a very entertaining and interesting fete, will be put on by the young ladies. 22-tf Friends of the Catholic populace among the protestant people are in hearty accord with the idea of bring ing the sisters here, to construct and maintain a hospital, a training school for young ladies, a home for the aged and infirm or whatever phil anthropic institution the city'of We natchee would demand. Utah Greets the President. Provo City, Utah. Sept. 24. —Pres- ident Taft had his first taste of the hospitality of Utah today. His spe cial train reached this city shortly after noon today and was greeted by an immense crowd. The president was welcomed by official representa tives of the state of Utah and Provo City. The program of the two hours' stay here included a drive about the city and a brief address from the president, delivered from the public square. At 3 o'clock the train,de parted for Salt Lake City. Hrs. George Bainard, of Sunny slope, returned yesterday from a visit in Seattle. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE —Two second hand 8-foot show cases, cheap. Frank L. Jones, jeweler. 9-30 FOR SALE—2O acres 7 miles from city, 10 acres in young Wees, good soil and no rock. $350 per acre, including stock. Easy terms. In quire R. F. Johnson. Park hotel. 9-30 Modem House 22 Rome $500 Dowr\-~525 Per See Me at Once About This Snap Phone 2515 Good Barn and Shed Corner Lot 50x148 Peachey and Walker Streets The house is thoroughly modern—s rooms with bath—east front, commanding view. Lot is free from rock and has water right from high line ditch. Can also sell adjoining lot, which is covered with bearing trees and berry bushes. Price of the house and lot is $2,300, but you are virtually buying the place for the $500 down. The fruit will more than pay the balance of payments. R. R. ELLINWOOD Leavenworth Man Married. J. L. Holmes, of Leavenworth, and Miss Tillie Keuhey, of Sumner, were granted a marriage license in Seattle yesterday. Advertisement for Bids. Whereas, at an election held in school district No. 12 on the Ist day of September, 1909, it was voted that the bonds of said district shall be is sued by the directors thereof, in the sum of ten thousand (10,000) dol lars, payable twenty (20) years after date, with interest not to exceed six (6) percent per annum, payable an The HOUSEKEEPER Special for SATURDAY Peaches Pears Grapes Melons Cantaloupes Apples Oranges Bananas Lemons Huckleberries The Buckeye Grocery B. E. LOWE, Proprietor GOODS DELIVERED "SUNSHIHE FLOUR" Phene 15?§ "FLEISHMANN'S YEAST" POWER PUMPING PLANT? If so, let us figure with you. Can save you money, time and trouble. We handle the American Well Works line of Centrifugal and Heavy Well Pumps and the Deming Triplex Pumps, also Wkte Gasoline Engines. Write us for prices and descriptive circulars before you buy. Moran Engineering Company 1246 First Avenue South Beauty Apple Trees Mostly in Bearing Month nually, interest payable at the office of the county treasurer of Chelan county, Washington. Bids will be considered by the board of directors of said district and the county treasurer at the office of said treasurer of Chelan county at 4 the hour of one (1) o'clock p. m., Saturday. October sixteen (16), 1909. Bidders are requested to name the which they will purchase said bonds. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. 9-28 Suggestion for Green Onions Radishes Beets Cauliflower Cucumbers Sweet Potatoes Egg Plants Tomatoes Peppers Pumpkins HAVE YOU ANY USE FOR A Opposite Post Office C. A. BATTLES. Treasurer of Chelan County. Seattle. Wash.