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Bates as low as three cents per line for each paper can be secured
by taking advantage of time and space dicounts.
Don't think you are too far away from the city to profit by the
opportunities it offers.
UNDERTAKERS.
■PRAGUE ft RUPPE, FUNERAL
directors and licensed embalmers,
L. E. Ruppe, Mgr. Phone 1375.
Licensed lady embalmer. Private
ambulance. Calls answered at all
hours. Wenatchee, Wash.
PBE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK
ING COMPANY, C. G. Hall, presi
dent; H. N. May, sec., treas. and
mgr. Funeral Directors and Li
censed Embalmers. Mrs. H. N.
May, lady assistant. Parlor, No.
19 Mission street nortb, third
door north of Great Northern bo-
Xe\. Phone ir6s. Open day and
night Wenatchee, Wash.
DENTISTS.
DR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist
Phone 1466, Columbia Valley
Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash.
DR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over
Mechtel's Bakery. Phone 981.
ATTORNEYS.
MARTIN & BARROWS, Lawyers.
Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank
Building. Phone 503.
LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers.
Farmers & Merchants Bank Build
ing Phone 1141. R. S. Luding
ton. Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor
ney.
CHAS T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate
ros. Wash. Notary Public. T
ARCHITECTS.
M. W. BIRD. Architect. "Builder
of Fine Homes." Phone 668.
j. W. iUaSEX. Architect. Reom 7,
Halbert Bleck.
CONTRACTOR
a7~E. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR.
Plastering; alao brick, Btone and
cement work. Sidewalks a special
ty. Phone 2T77. 624 Kittitas
street, Wenatchee, Wash.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
UNITTO ENGINEERING COMPANY,
Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation.
Power er Electric Plants. Qm
Prodh-cers. 25-26 P.-L Building,
Seattle. Wash. tf
FLORIST.
THE WENATCHEE FLORAL OP.
Florists. Growers and retailers of
Cut Flowers, Potted Plants Design
werk Greenheuses, 515 Kwg
Offices, car. Wenatchee Aye and
Palouse St. Pbsnes 1405. 1430.
nt_.TEB.NAI> HOTICBS-
COLUMBIA COMMANDERY NO 14
Knights Templar. Masonic ball,
second and fourth Wednesdays at
8 p m R. S. Ludington, Em.
Com". A- L. Morris, Recorder.
. tt W No. 83. meets at Eagle
dia Tedford. Recorder.
i o O. f.—Wenatchee Lodge No. 157
tnHrta every Saturday night at L O. O.
F Hal* Sherburne. Noble Grand;
j. R Glpe?Vlce Grand; Geerge D.
Perry, Secretary.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA—
Gu£ No. 3973. meets every
Thursday evening at Spragoe .g
Visiting members cordially
Anna W. May. Recorder; Clara Scott,
Oracle.
TWE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the
first and third Wednesdays oi the
Eagle Hall. Visiting mem-
invKed to attend. J.
C Campbell; Illustrious Protector;
Miss Anna Kyle, Secretary.
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS —Daniel Mc-
Cook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague
Si eecond and fourth Fridays e<
ilch month at 2 p. m L. Wer
ner, President; Anna W. May, Secre
tary.
RFD APPLE CAMP NO. 10.747. M. W
A meets every Monday night at
Sprague Hall. All visiting members
are cordially invited to attend. C. M.
See Counsel.; W. S. Raymond. Clerk.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO
MEN, Columbia Homestead, No. 68.,
meets first and third Tuesdays of
each month at Sprague Hall. For in
formation see U. F. Lak£ Deputy W.
A- Grant, Foreman; C. W. Jorgenson.
Correspondent.
G. A. R., Daniel McCook Post,
No. 105, Department of Wash
ington and Alaska, meets 2nd
and 4th Fridays of each month
at Odd Fellows' HalL I. P.
Ferrin, Commander; M. O. Mer
rill, Adjutant.
MODERN WOODMEN OF
AMERICA meets every Fri
day evening in Sprague
Hall. Visiting Woodmen
cordially invited. Terry
Ross, Clerk; B. F. Anderson,
Counsel.
F. & A M., Riverside
lodge. No. 112, meets
every first and third
Friday of each month
at oßwer Hall. A Bap
tie, W. M.; R. H. Now
lan. Secretary.
TEMPEST REBEKAH LODGE NO. 114
meets in I. O. O. F. Hall the second
and fourth Wednesday evenings of
each montn. Elnora Rhodes, N. G.;
Caroline Holcomb, V. G.; Bertha Page,
Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS — VAISLEY
LODGE, NO. 116, meets every Mo iday
night at Bower C J. Fen ton, C C,
T. L. Boss, K. of R. fe 8.
DETECTIVE AGENCY.
C. D. A. DETECTIVE AGENCY—G.
C. McDonald, manager. All con
sultations confidential. Superior
cases requiring superior knowledge
especially solicited. P. O. Box 67,
Wenatchee, Wash.
CIVIL ENGINEERS
6. C. WARD, CivH Engineer and
Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe
cialty. Office, Second floor Daily
World building, Wenatchee, Wash.
FRED BERRY, Civil Engineer. Land
surveying, sub-division work, esti
mates, and Irrigation projects.
Phone 1564. County Engineer's
Office, Wenatchee, Wash.
DENTISTS.
DR. CAMERON will be found in
Room 4 in the Rosenberg Block
while the building is being re
modeled.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
J. H. BLAKE AND C. F. SCHILTZ.
Physicians and Surgeons. Office
Specialties. Dr. Blake diseases ef
women and children. Dr. Schiltz
diseases of eye, nose, throat and
fitting of glasses. Office Rooms 1
and 2, HalbeTt Bleck.
MUSICAL.
WENATCHEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
AND ORATORY*—2B MISSION ST.
PIANO, VOICE AND DRAMATIC
reading. Instructions in any of
these departments. Will comply
with tbe graded course of all stand-'
ard schools of the United States.
C. O. BROWNELL, Conductor.
Phone 2325.
MISS E. F. SCOTT. Pdaneferte
Teacher. Room 11, Halbert
Block. Phone 936.
LILLIAN B. VAUGHN, Music Teach
er. Studio in Halbert Block,
Room 8. Phone 1321.
EDUCATIONAL.
THE WENATCHEE BUSINESS COL
lege gives the student mere indi
vidual attention than any other
business college in tbe state. Write
for information. Fall term starts
Monday, October 4th. 10-4
ALCOHOL FOR SALE.
DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in
small or large quantities, by F. T.
Blunck. Phone 2*05. tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP
erty.
LEMON ft CROLLARD. tf
FRUIT TRACTS AND TOWN PROP
ERTY.
A few snaps in 5 and 10-acre tracts
and town property. Also houses
to exchange for land. Knowles ft
Son, Orondo avenue, in old Mary
land Club building. Phones: Of
fice 1092, Home 761. 11-2
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
WENATCHEE PLUMBING & HEAT
ING CO. Estimates furnished on
plumbing and heating. Phone 255.
Cor. Orondo and Mission.
OKANOGAN PROPERTY.
Al RESIDENCE PROPERTY, In the
railroad terminal of the new
branch of the G. N., Brewster. 4
room house. 2 lots 25x140, all un
der picket fence, water piped into
house and lawn, new 2-story barn
18x30. Price, address F. A. Mc-
Gum, Brewster, Wash. tf
FLORISTS.
MILOT-MILLS COMPANY, florists,
Okanogan aye. and Peachey street,
phone 2595. Cut flowers and pot
plants of all kinds, ferns, palms
and azaleas. Floral design work.
Flowe-r pots for sale. Will winter
your house plant for you. See us.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 120 C
Street North for sale. East front,
fine lawn. Cheapest place in town.
Phone 747 or 83. tf
GOLD WATCH LOST.
LOST—A watch last night in the
business section. Lady's plain gold
watch bearing initials J. A. W.;
number of case 7514575; number
of movement 13173532. Reward.
Leave at World office. 11-1
BUGGY WASHER.
WANTED—Buggy washer at the
Eagle Livery. 11-1
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WOBLD. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1 1909
WANTED.
1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED—-To
use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T.
Blunck, Phone 2005. Wenatchee,
Wash. tf
30« ACRES FOR RENT.
300 ACRES PERFECT SOIL under
thorough irrigation, right at trans
portation, for rent for truck farm
ing in cash or on share aropa.
John W. McGinnls, Brays P. 0.,
Wash. tf
CHOICE TRACT FOR SALE.
FROM 5 TO 8 ACRES of dead level
land with 300 feet frontage on
Columbia river, one mile from We
natchee postoffice. Watered the
year round by private pump. All
set to two year old trees, best va
rieties. Magnificent view. Finest
home site in valley. Apply owner,
P. O. Box 414, Wenatchee. tf
HAIRDRESSING.
LADIES, try the Perfection Beauty
Parlors for hairdressing. Comb
ings made to order. 105 North
Mission street, Wenatchee. 11-19
INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE —As good a level, target,
rod and steel tape as is made. Oat
fit is new and has had but little
use. Will make a fine outfit for
running ditches, setting of build
ings, etc. Will sell very cheap.
Address P. O. Box 832, Wenatchee,
or phone 2735. tf
PIANO CERTIFICATE.
FOR SALE —One $98 credit certifi
cate on Eilers Piano House. Phone
1901 of address Nellie S. Poison,
Wenatchee, Wash. 11-2
PIANO CERTIFICATE.
$85.00 Eilers piano certificate for
sale for $40 cash. Address H. O.
Darnell, Lakeside, Wash. 11-1
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS, with bath, for
, rent. Call at 303 North Mission
street. 11-3
Okanogan Lands.
BUY NOW.
PROCRASTINATION is the theft of
time, and money, too. Three years
ago land sold under the govern
ment Okanogan project for $50
per acre. Today it is selling for
$200. Set to trees it will make
an annual increase of $200 per
acre until it is worth $2,000, and
then some. We have land to sell,
both under the government pro
ject and private water rights. Call
for us at the Occidental hotel. Geo.
E. Baker & Co., Riverside. Wash.
tf
REALTY FOR EXCHANGE.
RESIDENCE property in Bellingham
and Seattle to exchange for We
natchee property. A. E. Knowles
& Sons. Phones 1092 or 761.
11-27
RUG FOR SALE.
FX)R SALE—A Brussels rug, never
laid down, and two hot air blast
wood heaters. Address P. O. Box
481, Wenatchee, Wash. 11-2
HOUSE FOR RENT.
6-ROOM HOUSE for rent on Chelan
avenue, opposite the park. Price
$20.00. Address P. O. Box 44.
11-1
20 LABORERS WANTED.
WANTED —20 laborers for concrete
work on the Commercial club
building. $2.50 for 8 hours'
work. T. E. Young. . 11-1
HOUSE FOR SALE.
HOUSE FOR SALE at a bargain, on
Cashmere avenue. Call Mrs. S. M.
Kern, Park hotel. 11-1
REALTY BARGAIN.
FOR SALE—2O acres at $12,000, 10
acres in 4 year old apple trees,
good varieties, 5 acres one year
. old and 5 acres raw land. Soil of
the very best, good water right,
only half mile from town. This
tract will double in price in two
years. Call or address Louis Mul
lerleile, Wenatchee, Wash. tf
70 ACRE TRACT.
FOR SALE—At $70 an acre, *ne
fruit and dairy ranch, pie* «f
water, buildings anu tool*
opportunity for » >
dress Box 241, Leaf
ORCH ARDIST WANTED.
WANTED —Competent man to take
charge of orchard. Address C,
care Daily World. 11-2
POSITION ON RANCH.
WANTED—PIace on farm or ranch
by month or day. Address M. Wag
ner, general delivery, Wenatchee,
Wash. 11-1
PIANO BOND FOR SALE.
$90.00 piano bond, good until No
vember 6, for sale, cheap. Make
me an offer quick. Box 547. We
natchee, Wash.
POTATOES FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Nice, large potatoes, $1
for 100 pounds, delivered. Phone
1881. 11-3
NURSES' COLLEGE.
COLORADO Nurses' College opens In
Seattle November 15; six weeks'
term; thorough course, including
massage; diplomas. G. E. Miller,
1709 Bellevue aye. 11-3
OREGON TRACT FOR SALE.
FOR SALE —At a bargain, SO acres
fruit and alfalfa land in the Rogue
River valley. Oregon. All level,
cleared and fenced. Buildings; and
10 acres set to apples. For par
ticulars and terms address owner,
C. R. Alexander, 3 707 Pacific Aye.,
Tacoma, Wash. 11-1
THE
GROTTO
PIANO CERTIFICATE.
FOR SALE—One piano certificate on
the Eilers Piano Co. of $90.00 for
$30.00. Address P. O. Box 171
or phone 1732. 11-3
HORSE FOR SALE.
GENTLE DRIVING HORSE, buggy
and harness for sale, $75.00. Mrs.
M. D. Cox, R. F. D. No. 2. tf
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS — Modern,
close in. 214 N Second St. tf
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR . RENT.
Everything new and modern.
Choice table board close by at rea
sonable rates. 627 Orondo aye.
Phone 1985. 11-2
ORGAN FOR SALE.
SECOND HAND ORGAN for sale,
cheap. Call 304 Wenatchee Ave
nue South. 11-2
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM AND BOARD at 622 Douglas.
Suitable for two gentlemen. Phone
315. 11-2
FURNISHED ROOMS.
THREE NICE ROOMS for sleeping
purposes for gentlemen. Inquire
Room 4, Halbert Block. 11-2
RANCH FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, close in
ranch. Address A. D., care Daily
World. 10-30
WHITE ROCK CHICKENS.
FULL BLOOD WRITE ROCK PUL
lets for sale. 75c each. Phone
386. J. R. Phipps. 11-6
SLEEPING ROOMS.
THREE UNFURNISHED rooms for
sleeping purposes for gentlemen.
Inquire Room 4, Halbert Block.
11-1
NONEY TO
LOAN
on
Good City and Farm
Property
John A. Gellatly
LOCAL MAfUEST TODAY,
new.
Wenatchee Beat $1.40
Peach Blossom $1.40
Harrington $1.40
Batter and Eggs.
Eggs 40c
Local ranch butter 40c
Greamrey butter, 2-lb. rolls. .75-85 c
Meat and Poultry.
Round steak 15c
Loin steak «. ISo
T bone steak 20c
Pork hcops 20c
Pork roast .18c
Veal chops 15 to 18c
Veal cutlets 18c
Veal roasts 12% @ 15c
Mutton chops 15 to 18c
Mutton roast 12%@18c
Mutton stew 10C
Chickens, dressed 160
Spring chickens 20c
Bacon 25e
Hams 20c
Fresh Flab.
Pound.
Salmon 16c
Halibut 12 %c
Perch 10e
Salmon trout 17% c
Smelt 12 %c
General Groceries.
: Eating apples $2.50
Lard. 5-lb 90c
Cottolene 75c and $1.70
Sugar, sack $6.25
j Potatoes, 10.0 lbs $1.00
i Local cabbage 3% c
Pears, basket 25c
Local turnips, tt> 3o
i Pumpkin, lb 2c
Concord grapes, basket 65c
Local grapes, basket 50c
Tomatoes, box $1.00
Lemons 30 and 40c
Oranges 30 and 40c
Bananas 40c
Head lettuce .2 for 15c
Hothouse lettuce 5c
Grape fruit 3 for 25c
Carrots, lb 2%c
Parsnips 4c
Parsley, bunch 5c
Celery, bunch 10c
Dry Onions 4c
Local green onions ....6 bene. 25c
Honey, California 20c
Cranberries, qt 16c
Sweet potatoes 7 lbs. 25_:
Watermelons, each 10 to 20c
Cauliflower 15 to 20c
New cooking apples lb 3c
Beets, pound ?>c
Cauliflower 10 to 20c
Quinces, 2 lbs 15c
Alfalfa, ton $20
Timothy hay, ton $25.00
Huckleberries, quart 15c
Peppers, box 75c
Mrs. J. A. Green returned home on
Wednesday of last week from an ex
tended visit with her two sons in
Wenatchee. Her stay was prolonged
longer than she had intended on ac
count of the fact that Ed Green's
home was placed under quarantine
just after her arrival there because
of the sickness of his young son with
diphtheria. When she* left there the
little fellow had recovered from the
disease, but was still showing bad ef
fects from the antitoxine administer
ed by the physician in treating the
dis ase. —Chelan eLader.
IF YOU ARE FEEL
ING BAD
try a few Mineral Steam Baths,
nature's method for perfect cir
culation. They are of value to
anyone troubled with Rheuma
tism, Gout. Stomach, Liver and
Kidney troubles, Coughs, Colds,
Sore Throat, Aches and Pains
etc. These baths act as a
powerful solvent of the uric
acid in the blood and at the
same time act as a purifier and
cleauser.
Lady and Gentlemen Attend
ants.
No. 10 N. Mission. Phone 3022
Next to Telephone Building.
The Daily World Want Ads
Read Daily World Want Ads and you will see how easily you can.
Through them you are kept in touch with opportunity. If you want
to buy horses, you want to know all the best bargains. If you.want
to sell, you want to know who will pay the highest prices. Daily World
Want Ads will tell you. You can also learn of the best money-making
opportunities, chances to buy things for the farm and home at bar
gains, where to get a comfortable boarding place when ysu come to
the city.
Tom L. the Issue in Cleveland.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 1. —The vot
ers of Cleveland are to decide to
morrow whether Tom L. Johnson is
to have a fifth term as mayor. Since
the street-car peace plan went
through the issue of the campaign
has become one purely of Johnson
and anti-Johnson. Today even money
is being wagered that Mayor John
son will win. His opponent for mayor
on the Republican ticket is Herman
C. Baehr, who is serving his third
term as co-recorder.
The Republicans accuse Mayor
Johnson of insincerity and cite as
proofs of their charges his alleged
efforts to secure control of the street
car system, his use of the railroad
company's funds to further his pay
a-syou-enter fare box scheme, and
his refusal to consent to a settlement
of the street car war until the ap
proach of the campaign forced him to
do so to save the election.
The Democrats, on the other hand,
openly charge the Republicans with
promising to turn over to a notor
ious political ring the taxation ma
chinery of the city in return for sup
port of Baehr. So far the Republi
can candidates and campaign man
agers have no r replied to these
charges.
Higher Hate for Mail Registration.
Washington, D. C, Nov. I.—The
new order of the post office depart
ment of the United States, by which
the fee for the registration of mail is
increased from eight to ten cents,
while at the same time the liability
of the government for indemnity in
case of loss, theft or destruction of a
registered article in transit is in
creased from $25 to $50, went into
effect today. The increase of the
registration fee was ordered by Post
master General Hitchcock upon the
recommendation of the committee
which has made an investigation of
the registration service and has
found that this division has been con
ducted at a considerable loss to the
government. It is expected that other
important modifications of the reg
istry system that should lessen con
siderably the cost of its operation,
will be made in the near future.
NOTICE TO VOTERS.
Notice is hereby given that a re
publican primary election will be held
in the city of Wenatchee, Washing
ton, on the 9th day of November,
1909. for the purpose of selecting
nominees for the following offices:
Mayor.
City Attorney.
City Clerk.
City Treasurer.
Councilman-at-Large.
One Councilman in Second ward.
Two Councilman in Third ward.
The following named persons have
filed their declarations of candidacy:
Mayor—
John A. Gellatly
Henry Crass
City Attorney—
Louis J. Crollard
City Clerk—
Sam R. Sumner
City Treasurer-
R. H. Nowlan
Council man-at-Large—
Ed. S. Russell
A. A. Piper
Councilman Second ward —
C. B. Halbert
R. L. Bartlett
Councilman Third ward—
L. V. Wells
Winthrop *G. Stacy
George F. Begg
The polling place for the First
ward will be in the old Wenatchee
hotel building, located on lots 21 and
22, block 27, Great Northern plat,
at the corner of Wenatchee and Oron
do avenues.
The polling place for the Second
ward will be in the small concrete
building next to the Arrow Livery
barn, said building to be situated on
lot 8. block 2. Great Northern plat.
The polling place for the Third
ward will be in the wooden building
used by the Eagle Livery for stor
age purposes, "said building being lo
cated on lot 14, block 47, Replat
First addition.
Polls will be open from 11 a. m.
to 8 p. m.
Keep Out the Flies
By ordering a good screen—one
which will last, made to order at the
Wenatchee Woodworking Plant.
GEO. E. McCANN,
Manager
Wenatchee, Washington
SAM R. SUMNER.
City Clerk.
Gary's First Cky Election.
Gary, Ind., Nov. I.—Gary, having
grown inside of two years from a
village of 200 population to a town
of more than 25,000 inhabitants, is
to have its first city election tomor
row. The primaries and other steps
leading up to the election were mark
ed by riots and bloodshed, in which
thousands of foreigners employed in
the steel mills took a prominent part.
The campaign has been an extremely
bitter one and as a consequence the
liveliest apprehension exists over the
outcome of the struggle at the polli
tomorrow. The mayoralty candidates
are W. C. Grolius, Democrat; Thomas
E. Knotts, a Democrat who is run
ning as an independent, and John A.
Brannan. Republican.
Folggrs
Golden
Gate
Coffee

The aroma-tight can protects
it against imparities and deteri
oration—never sold in balk.
Your grocer will grind it
better if ground at home—not
too fine.
2
NEW TIME CARD
The west bound schedule is as fol
lows:
No. 1 12:40 p. m.
No. 3 2:50 a. m.
No. 25 1:00 a. m.
No. 43 3:02 p. m.
No. 27 10:53 p. m.
East bound:
No. 2 1:57 a. m.
No. 4 4:15 p. m.
No. 26 1:10 a. m.
No. 44 5:15 a. m.
No. 28 8:55 a. m.
The Wenatchee-Mansfleld local ar
rives here at 11:45 a. m. and leaves
at 4:30 p. m.
Trains Nos. 1, 2. 3 and 4 are elec
tric lighted.
Trains Nos. 27 and 28 do not carry
passengers.
Trains Nos. 385 and 382 are daily
except Sunday.
, Trains Nos. 43 and 4 4 are free
chair cars.
Help Wenatchee T>y sending the
Daily World to your friends in the
east. •••
Have the Daily World left at yonr
door and read today's news today.
GOOD REALTY
BARGAINS
SIX ROOM HOUSE, modern, .
lot 50x120, close in. Price
$3,500. Cash $2,300, balance
in three years.
TO TRADE, city property as
first payment on fruit ranch.
What have you? Come in and
talk it over.
8-room house and bath on
Chelan avenue. Price $5,000.
Cash $2,500. balance to suit.
Lot 50x120 ft. East front. One
of the finest homes and best lo
cations in the city.
16 1-3 acres of fine orchard
land, two miles from postoffice.
9% acres to trees 4 years old,
2*4 acres in alfalfa. A perfect
snap for $850 per acre. Can
give terms.
Six thousand will put you in
possession of one of the finest
building corners in Wenatchee.
Lies on Wenatchee avenue, lot
75x120, or will trade for im
proved ran<;h property.
Atkeson Realty Co.
ntM 3005
9 Halbert Blk., Wenatchee Aye.
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