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Classified Advertising Rates Five cents per line per time, minimum rate 25c. Four lines or less, one time, twenty-five cents. Four lines or less, one week, $1.00. Rates 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 & RUPPE, FUNERAL directors and licensed embalmers, L. E. Ruppe, Mgr. Phone 1375. Licensed lady embalmer. Private ambulance. Carls answered at all hours. Wenatchee, Wash. THE 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 north, third door north of Great Northern ho tel. Phone 1165. Open day and night. Wenatchee, Wash. DENTISTS. OR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist. Phone 1466, Columbia Valley Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash. OR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over Mechtel's Bakery. Phone 981. ATTORNEY'S. MARTIN ft BARROWS, Lawyers. Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank Building. Phone 503. LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers. Farmers ft Merchants Bank Build ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Luding ton, Free" Kemp, Prosecuting Attor ney. CHAS T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate ros, Wash. Notary Public. ARCHITECTS. M. W. BIRD, Architect. "Builder of Fine Homes." Phone SSB. J. W. iUSSEX, Architect. Room 7, Halbert Block. CONTRACTOR A. E. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR. Plastering; alio brick, stone and cement work. Sidewalks a special ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitas street. Wenatchee, Wash. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY, Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation, Power, er Electric Plants. Gas Producers. 25-26 P.-L BuHding, Seattle, Wash. tf PLUMBING AND HEATING. WENATCHEE PLUMBING & HEAT ING CO. Estimates furnished on plumbing and heating. Phone 255. Cor. Orondo and Mission. T RATE US'AIi NOTICES. COLUMBIA COMMANDERY NO. 14, Knights Templar. Masonic hall, second and fourth Wednesdays at 8 p. m. R. S. Ludington, Em. Com. A. L. Morris, Recorder. A. O U. W.. No. 83. meets at Eagle Hall first and third Friday nights of each month. Neil Cozart, M. W.; Ad die Tedford, Recorder. I. O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No. 157 meets every Saturday night at I. O. O. F. Hall. P. H. Sherburne, Noble Grand; J. E. Gipe, Vice Grand; George D. Perry, Secretary. BSYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA— Howard Camp No. 3378, meets every Thursday evening at Sprague's Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. Anna W. May, Recorder; Clara Scott, Oracle. THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the first and third Wednes«l?.ys oi the month in Eagle Hall. Visiting mem bers cordially Invited to attend. J. C Campbell, Illustrious Protector; Miss Anna Kyle, Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS —Daniel Mc- Cook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays or «acb month at 2 p. m. Mrs. L. Wen ner, President; Anna W. May, Secre tary. RED APPLE CAMP NO. 10,747, M. W. A., meets every Monday night at Sprague HalL All visiting members sre cordially invited to attend. C. M. Rice, Counsel.; W. S. Raymond, Clerk. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO MEN, Columbia Homestead. No. 682, meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at Sprague Hall. For in formation see U. F. Lake, Deputy. W. £ Grail? 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 L P. Ferrln, 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 L O. O. F. Hall the second and feurth Wednesday evenings of each montn. Elnora Rhodes, N. G.; Caroline Holcomb, V. G.; Bertha Page, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS — VALLEY LODGE. NO. 116, meets every Monday night at Bower C. J. Fenton, C. C; T. L. Ross, K. of R. St S. 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 G. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe cialty. Office, Second floor Dally 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 of women and children. Dr. Schiltz' diseases of eye, nose, throat and fitting of glasses. Office Rooms 1 and 2, Halbert Block. MUSICAL. • WENATCHEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ORATORY—2B MISSION ST. PIANO, VOICE AND DRAMATIC reading. Instructions in any of these departments. Will comply with the graded course of all stand ard schools of the United States. C. O. BROWNELL, Conductor. Phone 2325. MISS E. F. SCOTT, Pianoforte Teacher. Room 11, Halbert Block. Phone 936. LILLIAN B. VAUGHN, Music Teach er. Studio in Halbert Block, Room 8. Phone 1321. ORCHARD WANTED. WE HAVE a customer for a three year old commercial apple orchard. What have you to offer? Inter state Realty Land Co., 106 Colum bia Valley Bank bldg., Wenatchee, Wash. 12-2 FLORISTS. MILOT-MILLS-FLORISTS. Phone 2595. Okanogan avenue aad Peachey street. Cut flowers and design work. Plants, palms and ferns. FLORIST. THE WENATCHEE FLORAL CO. Florists. Growers and retailers of Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, Design work. Greenhouses, 515 King St. Offices, cor. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouse St. Phones 144)5, 1435. OSTEOPATH. DR. H. F. MORSE, Osteopathic Phy sician, 105 Columbia Valley Bank building. Office hours daily except Sunday and Monday. Phone 1005 DR. J. E. BIGELOW, Osteopath spe cialist in chronic diseases. To be strong and healthy does not mean that you have to go away to Seat tle or Spokane. I have spent years at my profession and welcome any one who is afflicted with any chronic trouble to call on me. Con sultation free. Office hours from 9 to 12 a. nr. and 1 to 4 p. m. Of fice over Little-Wetsel Co.'s mar ket; formerly occupied by Dr. Stratton. Phone 475. 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 ROOM TO RENT. FOR RENT—To one or two gentle men only, a pleasant room, all modern conveniences, hot and cold water; close in.' Pennsylvania ave nue. Phone 1624. 12-3 ALCOHOL FOR SALE. DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in small or large quantities, by F. T. Blunck. Phone 2605. If THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1909. 1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED —To use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T. Blunck, Phone 2005. Wenatchee, Wash. tf 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 REPAIR SHOP. J. J. EVER repairs stoves, bicycles, etc., at 14 North Mission. Phone 205, GIRL WANTED. WANTED —A girl for general house work. Mrs. C. C. Ward, phone 2543. Corner D and Idaho streets. 11-30 HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. WANTED —A middle aged woman for housekeeper. Good wages and steady work to the right party. Address P. S. Leonard, 300 We natchee Aye. So. 12-4 MONEY TO IiOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP erty. LEMON & CROLLARD. tf THE GROTTO 5, 10, 15 and 25-cent store. '"You will find it at the Grotto, and the price will be right. Complete line of Ladies' Back and Side Combs and Barettes. Confectionery of all kinds. Guess on the big stick of candy and get your Xmas candy free. Hot drinks at the Grotto fountain. MONEY WANTED. WANTED —$3,000. Private loan; best ©f security—first mortgage. | Phone 1254. 11-30 J DESK ROOM. DESK ROOM FOR RENT —In good location. Telephone 1631. 11-30 GIRL WANTED. GIRL WANTED for general house work. Apply 20S North Chelan. Phone 1522. 11-30 COW FOR SALE. FRESH COW for sale. First class milker. George Gross. Phone X 39. 12-8 CABRAGE FOR SALE. CABBAGE for sale at 75c a sack. Address Mrs. George Brisson, city. 12-2 INFORMATION WANTED of Harry Mallgren, formerly of Wenatchee, Wash., in connection with settling an estate of which he is one of the heirs. John Mallgren, San Pedro, Cal. 11-30 HOUSE FOR RENT. 6-ROOM HOUSE for rent, 622 South Mission. Call at premises or 116 C Street. 11-30 HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED —Young men to learn auto mobile business by mail and pre pare for positions as chaffeurs and repair men. We make you expert in ten weeks; assist you to secure position. Pay big; work pleasant; demand for men great; reasonable. Write for particulars and sample lesson. Empire Automobile Insti tute, Rochester, N. Y. 12-3 WORK WANTED. JAPANESE BOY wants any kind of work, in town. Call phone 67. 12-1 TELEPHONE GIUL WANTED. WANTED—Telephone operator at the Farmers Telephone Co. Apply in person. 12-1 FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED. WANTED—Soon, a furnished house, for a few months. Apply Rev. J. W. Johnson, phone 2222, or call 250 Wenatchee Avenue North. 11-30 FOR SALE. GOOD TEAM and young colt, first class rig, good and stout, cheap if taken at once. T. Gagnon, pho tographer, half block south of the courthouse. tf WANTED. PERSONAL NECKLACE LOST. LOST—A gold necklace, last Wednes day noon on way from courthouse to D street. Finder please leave at World office. Reward. tf FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED. WANTED—Furnished house for the winter; no children. Address P. O. Box 325, Wenatchee. 12-1 ORCHARD WANTED. WANTED—A good orchard proposi tion of from 5 to 20 acres. State age and number of trees, varieties, water right, price and terms. Ad dress G. C, care Daily World. tf EDUCATIONAL THE WENATCHEE BUSINESS COL LEGE is open night as well as day, so that a course can be taken with out interfering with one's ordinary work. This means much to am bitious people. Enroll at any time. Today is the best time, however. GIRL WANTED. GIRL WANTED—For general house work. Apply Mrs. F. M. Berry, 137 South Chelan or phone 1564. 12-4 LOCAL MARKET TODAY. Flour. Wenatchee Best 11.55 Peach Blossom $1.55 Harrintgon $1.55 Butter and Eggs. Butter, ranch 40c Butter, lowa 2 lbs. 75c State brand 2 lbs. 85c Meat and Poultry. Round steak 15c Loin steak 18c T bone steak 20c Pork chops 17 %c 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 16c Spring chickens ......20c Fresh Fish. Pound Salmon 16c Halibut . .12% c Perch 10c Salmon trout 17 %c Smelt 12 %c Cheese and Honey. Cheese, Wisconsin 25c Brie jar 50c Camembert jar 50c Cream Brick 30c Limberger brick 50c Imported Swiss 40c McLaren's 15c, 25c, 40c Edam $1.25 German Breakfast 4 for 25c Eggs, fresh eastern 40c Fresh ranch 45c Honey 20c, 2 35c Have the Daily World left at your door and read today's news today. NONE V TO LOAN on Good City and Farm Property John A. Gellatly Eagle Transfer Co. INC. CITY DBAS AND TRANSFER Special Attention to Baggage. Bun to All Trains and Boats. WENATCHEE, WASH. Phone 1101. Cereals. Buckwheat, 10 lb. sacks 60c Buckwheat, pkg 25c Corn meal, 101b. sack 35c Farina, 10-lb. sack 40c Graham, 10-lb. sack 35c Graham, 25-lb sacks •.70c Whole wheat, 50-lb. sks $1.40 Cracked wheat, "10-lb. sks 35c Hominy, 10-lb sks 50c Rice 3 lbs. 25c Rye meal, 10-lb. sks 50c Rolled oats, U. S. 2's ... .2 for 25c Rolled oats, 10-lb. sks 45c Split peas 3 for 25c Wheat manna 2 for 25c Sweet hearts, 10-lb. sack 40c Dried Fruits. Apples, evap 2 for 25c Apricots, evap 20c, 3 for 50c Cition, candied lb. 35c Currants 2 for 2^ Dates, yellow 10c Figs 6 oz. 5c Figs lb. 15c, 2 for 25c Lemon peel lb. 35c Orange peel lb. 35c Peaches 15c, 2 for 25c Prunes 10c Raisins, seeded 2 for 25c Raisins, seedless 10c, 15c Raisins, layer 2 for 25c Raisins, cluster * 20c Fruits. Apples, cooking ....$1.50 to $2.00 Apples, choice $2.50 to $4.00 Bananas doz, 40c Cranberries 2 for 25c Grape Fruit 3 for 25c Grapes, Malaga 3 lbs. 50c THE GROTTO ] Huckleberries qt. 20c ! Lemons doz. 35c j Oranges 30c to 50c ' Quinces 2 lbs. 15c Lard and Cottolene. Lard substitute, 50-lbs $6.50 Lard, 3-lbs 60 Lard, 5-lbs 90 Lard, 10-lbs 1.75 Lard, 30-lbs 5.25 Cottolene, 4-lbs 80 Cottolene, 10-lbs 1.85 Hay Grain and Feed. I Alfalfa, ton $20.00 Timothy, ton 25.00 j Wheat hay, ton 23.00 Nuts. Pound Almonds 25c Brazils 20c Chestnuts 30c Cocoanuts 15c, 2 for 25c Filberts 25c Peanuts 15c Pecans 25c Pinons 30c Walnuts 20c Sugar. Dry granulated $6.00 Pickles. Sour qt. 25c Sweets qt, 40c Dills doz. 20c Kraut 4 lbs. 25c Olives qt. 65c Meats. Bacon 22® 30c Ham 201, Pickled pork 17c Shoulders 15c Vegetables. Beans, brown 3 lbs. 25c Beans, lima 3 lbs. 25c Beans, white 3 lbs. 25c Beets 6 lbs. 25c Cabbage 3c Cauliflower 15 to 25c Carrots 3c Celery 10c. 3 for 25c Cucumbers, hothouse, each 10c Garlic lb. 30c Horseraddish root lb. 25c Lettuce, hothouse 5c Onions, dry 3c Onions, green doz. bhs 50c Parsley bunch 5c Parsnips lb. 4c Peppers lb. 15c Pimentos can 25c Pop corn, on cob 41bs. 25c Pop corn, shelled 3 lbs. 25c Potatoes sk $1.00 Sweet potatoes lb 3*4 c Pumpkins lb. 2c Radishes 6 buchs 25c Rutabagas lb. 3%c Spinach lb. 10c Tomatoes, hothouse 2 lbs, 25c Squash lb 2 c Turnips lb. 3c The Daily World Want Ads Read Daily World Want Ads and you will see how easily you can. Through them you are kfcpt 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 y»u come to the city. REALTY TRANSFERS Of I WEEK TAKEN FROM THE < OIKTHOI Fgfi BULLETIN, ISSUED BY THE ( H ELAN COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY. C. S. to Alex. J. Junot. Be% nw Vi. ne*4 swV4, W% se 1 /*, 13-2 8-21. Mary A. Davisson to Geo. W. Wine, SWft sel-4. 22-21-21, $1500. Wenatchee Dev. Co. to W. A. Mont gomery, L 1-2-3, B 3, all B 4. Gar den Home addition Wenatchee, $1. S. P. Beecher to J. C. Lem aster, 2-450 interest in Gibbs St. James & Stevenson ditch and water right, $1. F. C. Smith to Geo. W. Pay ton. L ;;.">. part L 3:., B 22, O. N. plat We natchee. $2100. U. S. to Xels Hogenson, n% sw% S 29, eYt sei4, S 30-28-22. W. K. Hinman to O. A. Miller, pt seVi ne*4, 7-23-19. $3000. John Hamilt et al to heirs of H. E. Shotwell, s se*4 and right af way along sVfc n 1-2 27-24-19, $1. M. F. Peake et al to Chas. Chap man, part L 4, 6-24-18, $1. Martha E. Hull to L. M. Johnson, e% nw*4, 15-22-20, $9600. John S. Mooney to Ludger Leclair, L 1-2-3, n 2-3 L 4. B 4. G. N. plat Wenatchee, $3200. A. P. Johnson to J. L. Maxwell, pt neV* w% neVi, ne 1-4 nw 1-4, 34-24-IS, $6750. L. J. Wentworth to Robt. P. Harris, east 23 feet lot 12. B 30. Chelan. $Mto. DeWitt C. Abbott to J. E. Schubert, L 5-6-7-S-9. B 22. First add Leaven worth, $1. Leav. Land Co. to Geo. B. Deering, L 11-12, B 3, L 6. B 4, Leav. Land Co. First add to Leavenworth, $1. Chelan Electric Co. to Amas Ed munds, part L 9-10-11, Kingman's Second add Chelan, $1. DeWitt C. Britt to X. T. Biggins 2-3 interest L 7. B 29. Chelan, $1. Ida M. Nichols to R. M. Lewis. L 10, B 9. L 4, B 14. G. N. plat We natchee. $4000. C. T. White to Isabella Gellatly. L 7-s. B 15, G. X. plat Wenatche?. $2250. B. J. Lyons et al to Wen. Heights Orchard Co.. tract 2. B 9. Wenatch-'-? Heights orchards., $1. John B. Adams et al to A. E. Peake. L 1 Emig park. $6000. Geo. W. Payton to Mattie Smith. partw% neV 4 neV4. 1 4-25-20. $3500. Effie M. Collier to Rufus Wood.-. L 3-4, B 41. G. x Flat Wenatchee, $500. Chas. A. Bower to A. J. LinvT'c 8% se% ne% BW%, 15-22-20, 11. F. & M. Bank Cashmere to Belle Knox, part wVs e% se*4 nw' 4 , ."> --23-19, $5000. Jas. H. McGohan to G. W. Payton. L 10, B 1. Bousquet's add Wenat chee, $1000. Wen. R. & I. Co. to R. L. Cunning ham, S 50 feet c 106.3 L 26, B 1, HOTEL SHIRLEY Fifth Avenue Seattle £ tNBAB PIKE STREET ■■■>■■■ , Modern— Centra!— European Rates t Prom 11.00 and Dp per Pay What the Shirley w«ata U Tow Patronage M NEW TIME CARD 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 16:53 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 44 are free chair cars. The west bound schedule is as fol lows: ENGRAVED CARDS are always an acceptable Xmas gift and solve the problem of what to give your friends. We are making a specialty of cards and monogram stationery and have a complete line of samples from which to make a selection Better place your order now to insure delivery before Christmas The Daily World Printers for Particular People^ Peachey add Wenatchee. $375. J. B. Holmes to W. H. Dibble, L 22-23, B 5, G. x. plat Wenatchee. $750. J. B. Holmes to R. T. Durkey, L 20-21, B. 5, G. N. plat Wenatchee. $750. J. F. Beezley to Mary J. Moore, sM» se J i nw*4 seV-t, 3-23-19. $4000. Contracts. Thos. Derifield to .las. H. McGohan W% ne*4 ne*i, 33-22-21, $10,000. A. C. Daliach et al to Eliza F. Worl, e% wVfe SWI4 ne%, part nwH sei4. 20-23-20, $18,000. If. C. Peters to L. S. Anderson. L 2-3. B 1, Second add Cashmere or chards. $1000. Stella M. Kern to Geo. G. Cruick shank, L 27-2 8. B 4. Peachey add Wenatchee. Wenatchee, $1400 Sidney J. Perry to Wm. G. Perry, part 31-22-21 owned by first party except part L 1 and part neV 4 ne J 4 north and west of county road. $1500. Safety Deposit Boxes $3.00 per year. A limited number to rent. Farmers & Merchants Bank Capital $50,000.00. YOUR CLOTHES will wear longer and look better if you let us do YOUR LAUNDRY WORK We call for and deliver all bundles. PRESSING AND CLEANING A SPECIALTY. Phone 77. WENATCHEE HAND LAUNDRY Corner Orondo and Columbia Street. DOLLS! DOLLS! A nice line of Undressed Kid Body Dolls. Buy them now and dress them for Xmas. , COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS. From $26.00 up, both Cylinder and Disk Machines. Phonograph Records, 15c to $1.00. Get our price on Coal Hods, Fire Shovels and Pokers. A dandy Steel Snow Shovel 75c A sled for the boys and girls. 50c to 95.00. We sell the NATIONAL BOSS WASHING MACHINE and guarantee it. We are agents for the Yost Gearless \\ashing Machine. Runs by water power. Does all the work and makes Monday the most enjoyable day of the week. Free trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dou you need a Water Bucket? We can save you money; 15c to $1.50. COME TO THE BAZAAR. If we have what you want you will save money. Wenatchee Bazaar Phone 1742.