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Five cents per line per time, minimum rate 25c. Four line* or less, one time, twenty-five cents. Four lines or less, one week, $1.00. Bates as low as three cents per line for each paper can be secured by taking advantage of time and space recounts. Don't think you are too far away from the city to profit by the opportunities it offers. CNDKRTAKXRB. ■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. TOE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK ING COMPANY, C. G. Hall, presi dent; H. N. May, sec., treaa. and mgr. Funeral Directors and Li censed Em balm en. 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. DR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist Phone 1466, Columbia Valley Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash. OR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over Meebtel's Bakery. Phone 981. ATTORNEYS. 4ARTIN ft BARROWS, Lawyers. Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank Building. Phone SOS. LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers. Farmers ft Merchants Bank Build ing Phone 1141. R. S. Luding ton, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor ney. CHAB. T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate ros. Wash. Notary Public. ARCHITECTS. M. W. BIRD, Architect. "Builder of Fine Homes." Phone 568. J. W. ■USSEX. Architect. Room 7, Halben Block. CONTRACTOR ft. E. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR. Plastering; also brick, stone and cement work. Sidewalks a special ty. Pbone 2777. 624 Kittitas street, Wenatchee, Wash. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY, Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation, Powar, or Electric Plants. Gas Producers. 25-26 P.-L BuHding, Seattle, Wash. tf PLUMBING AND HEATING. WENATCHEE PLUMBING & HEAT ING GO. Estimates furnished on plumb ng and heating. Phone 255. Cor. Orondo and Mission. ntATESWAX 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. Nell Cozart, M. W.; Ad die Ted-ford, Recorder. I. O. O. F. —Wenatchee Looge No. 157 meets every Saturday night at I. 9. O F. Hall P. H. Sherburne, Noble Grand; J. E. Gipe. Vice Grand; George D. Perry. Secretary. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA— Howard Camp No. 3978, 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 Wednesdays of the month In Eagle Hall. Visiting mem bers cordially Invited te 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 each 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 are cordially invited to attend. C. M. Rice, Counsel.; W. S. Raymond, Clerk. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERIGAN YEO MEN, Columbia Homestead, No. 682. meets first ar.d third Tuesdays of lach month at Sprague Hall. For in formaTlen see U. F. Lake, 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 L 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 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 LODGH NO. 114 meeta In I. O. O. F. Hall the second and faurth Wednesday evenings of each montn. Elnora Rhodes, N. G.; Caroline Holcomb, V. G.; Bertha Page, Secretary. KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS — VALLEY LODGE. NO. 116. meets every Monday night at «Bower C. J. Fenton, C. C; T. L. Ross. K. of H. A 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 C. C. WARD, Civil 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. BCHILTZ. Physicians and Surgeons. Office Specialties. Dr. Blake diseases of women and children. Dr. Schlltz diseases of eye, noae, throat and fitting of glasses. Office Rooms 1 and 2, Halbert Block. MUSICAL. WENATCHEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ORATORY —28 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. FLORIST. MILOT-MILLS-FLORISTS. Phone your order, 2595. Prompt de livery. Fine carnations, «ut flow ers palms and ferns. They make appropriate Xmas gifts. Green houses and office, Okanogan ave nue and Peachey street. THE WENATCHEE FLORAL CO. Florists. Growers and retailers of Cut Flowers, Pottad Plants, Design work. Greenhouses, 515 King St. Offices, cor. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouse St. Phones 1405, 1435. OSTEOPATH. DR. J. E. BIGELOW. osteopath. Of fice in Bower block formerly occu pied by Dr. Stratton, over Little- Wetsel meat market. Chronic dis eases a specialty. Therapeutic lamp used in connection with oste opathic treatments. Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. daily; 2 to 4 Sundays. Office phone 475. Residence 292. DR. H. F. MORSE, Osteopathic Phy sician, 105 Columbia Valley Bank building. Office hours daily except Sunday and Monday. Phone 1005 HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS. AT TENTION! I WISH TO ANNOUNCE that I will be in Leavenworth December 24, W'aterville, December 28, and in Ephrata on December 30, and will be pleased to quote special prices on furs and hides. W. H. Scott, dealer in furs, Wenatchee, Wash. 12-15 FURNISHED ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOMS, either single or for housekeeping purposes. Call 119 Chelan Aye. South or Phone 1065. 1-2 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 FOR SALE. A 5, 10 or 20-acre tract, 3 and 4 year old orchard. Perfect water right. One and one-half miles from town. 1800 per acre. W. R. Prowell. 12-17 THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1900. WANTED. 1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED —Te use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T. Blunck, Phone 2005. Wenatchee, Wash. tf REPAIR SHOP. J. J. EVER repairs stoves, bicycles, etc., at 14 North Mission. Phone 2 OS. MONEY TO IA)AN. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP erty. LEMON & CROLLARD. tf CONTRACTORS. MERRITT & GRIFFITH, Contractors and Builders. Estimate furnished on all classes of work. Wenatchee, Wash. MAN WANTED. WANTED —Man to remove large trees for wood. Phone 1616. D. J. Hummel. 12-15 TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT. TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT at the Wenatchee Business College. 1-10 PRUNING. PRUNlNG—Experienced pruner who understands pruning all kinds of trees. Will do reliable work. Call 418 Orondo. or phone 23 85. E. Gaunt. 1-9 THE GROTTO make "The Grotto" the Xmas shoppers' headquarters. Just receiver another carload of Xmas toys, and all the latest novelties, direct from the eastern markets. You will find what you want at the Grotto, and the prices are right. Come and prove it for yourself. Hot drinks and ice cream at the Grotto fountain. Pure distilled water. FOR RENT. IRRIGATED ORCHARD RANCH on Lake Chelan. Wash. Cash, im provement, or share term lease. Address Walter V. Cook, Lakeside, Wash. 12-30 ALCOHOL FOR SALE. DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in small or large quantities, by F. T. Blunck. Phone 2005. 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. ROOMS FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. 62 7 Orondo avenue. Phone 1985. 12-15 FURNISHED R<X>MS. FURNISHED ROOMS —Steam heat ed, electric lighted and bath. En quire of T. J. Groves, at Groves' store. 12-8 PURSE FOUND. SMALL PURSE FOUND —Owner may have same by calling at office of Ira D. Edwards. 12-14 FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE —8 acres, 5 in orchard, best winter varieties, 2 year old trees; good water right. Will ex change for city property. Terms. Mrs. G. B. Sharp, Monitor. Wash. Box 42. 12-21 ROOM FOR RENT. FOR RENT —Furnished room, with or without board. 10 B Street South. Phone 2332. 12-20 ROBE LOST. WILL THE PARTY WHO FOUND A heavy, dark lap robe on Monitor road near Chamberlain's kindly notify Lang's livepy. 12-16 WASHING AND CLEANING. WANTED—WASHING AND CLEAN ing by the day. Phone 3163. 12-16 Notice to Bidders. Plans and specifications for the construction of a frame school build ing 2 8x36, with 12-foot ceiling, for school district No. 64, may be seen at the county treasurer's office in Wenatchee. The bids will be opened on Thursday, December 16, at the county treasurer's office. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Have the Dally World left at your door and read today's news today. TEAM FOR SALE. A SMALL TEAM for sale, cheap. P. O. address 113. Phone 991. 12-18 FOR SALE OK TRADE. 10-ACRE RANCH near town, six acres set to young trees, for sale " or trade. Will take town prop erty in exchange for part pay ment. Address P. F. Barry, city. 12-18 WOOD FOR SALE. DRY WOOD for sale. Phone 62. 12-16 POULTRY WANTED. NOW IS THE TIME to sell your poultry. We want hens, springs, turkeys, ducks, geese, Belgian hares and pigeons. Highest cash market prices. Bring them any day before Christmas. Bliss Elec tric Co.. 135 North Wenatchee ave nue. Wenatchee. 12-17 GIRL WANTED WANTED —A girl to assist in gen eral housework. Enquire at E. Frank, Wenatchee Avenue North. Phone 1763. 12-18 HOUSE FOR RENT. FIVE ROOM HOUSE for rent, partly furnished. Phone 378. 12-15 10-15-25-Cenl Store. Crowded to the doors.with satisfied cus tomers, was yesterday's record. New goods and "right prices" LOCAL MARKET TODAY. Flour. Wenatchee Best $1.65 Peach Blossom . . $1.65 Harrington $1.65 Butter ano Eggs. Butter, ranch 40c Butter, lowa 40c State brand 45c Eggs, fresh easteru 40c, Fresh ranch 45c Dried Fruits. Apples, evap 2 for 25c Apricots, evap 20c, 3 for 50c: Cttion, candied lb. 35c, Currants 2 for 25c Dates, yellow 10c ] Figs, 6 oz. sc; Figs lb. 15c, 2 for 25c j Lemon peel lb. 35c' Orange peel lb. 35c; Peaches 15c, 2 for 25c i Rrunes 10c; Raisins, seeded 2 for 25c : Raisins, seedless 10c, 15cj Raisins, layer 2 for 25c Raisins, cluster 20c; Fruits. Appies, cooking ....$1.50 to $2.00 j Apples, choice $2.50 to $4.00! Bananas doz. 40c j Cranberries 2 for 25c Grape Fruit 3 for 25c Grapes, Malaga 20c Lemons doz. 35c Oranges 30c to 50c Quinces 2 lbs. 15c Cheese anc Honey. Cheese, Wisconsin 25c Brie jar 50c Camembert jar 50c Cream Brick 30c Limbergei brick 50c Will make long-time LOANS on irrigated tract at 8 Per Cent anywhere in Chelan or Doug las counties. J. S. MOONEY & CO., 24 Wenatchee Aye. N. Phone 54 NONE V TO LOAN on Good City and Farm Property John A. Gellatly Imported Swiss 40c McLaren's 20c, 40c Edam $1.»» German Bveakfast 4 for 25c Honey 20c, 2 35c Strained honey, qt 50c Cereals. Buckwheat, 10 lb. sacks 6ic Buckwheat, pkg 25c Corn meal, 101b. sack 35c Farina, 10-lb. sack 40e Graham, 10-lb. sack 35c Graham, 25-lb. sacks 75c Whole wheat, 50-lb. sgs $1.50 Cracked wheat, 10-lb. sks 35c Wheat manna 2 for 25c 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 Sweet hearts, 10-lb. sack 40c Pound Almonds 25c Brazils 25c Chestnuts 30c Cocoanuts 15c, 2 for 25c Filberts 26c Peanuts 15c Pecans 25c Plnons 30c Walnuts 20c Sugar. Dry granulated . 6.15 Pickles. Sour qt. 26c Sweets qt. 40e THE GROTTO Dills doz. 20c Kraut 4 lbs. 25c Olives, quart 60c Vegetables. Beans, brown 3 lbs. 25c Beans, lima 3 lbs. 25c Beaus, white 3 lbs. 25c Beets 6 lbs. 25c Cabbage 3c I Cauliflower 15 to 25c Carrots 3c Celery 10c, 3 for 25c Cucumbers, hothouse, each 20c : Garlic lb. 30c [ Horseraddish root lb. 25c Lettuce, hothouse 5c ' Onions, dry 3c ; Onions, green doz. bhs 50c i Parsley bunch 5c 1 Parsnips lb. 4c | Pimentos can 25c > Pop corn, on cob 41bs. 25c j Pop corn, shelled 3 lbs. 25c \ Potatoes . . •. sk $1.00 j Sweet potatoes lb 3He Pumpkins lb. 2c • Radishes 6 buchs 25c ' Rutabagas lb. 3He Tomatoes, hothouse 2 lbs. 25c Squash lb 2c Turnips lb. 3c Sweet potatoes, lb 4c Meat and Poultry. Round steak 15c Loin steak 18c j T bone steak 20c Pork chops 17 He Pork roast 18c Veal chops 15 to 18c Veal cutlets 18c Veal roasts 12H@15c Mutton chops 15 to 18c Mutton roast 12H@18c Mutton stew 10c Chickens, dressed 16c Spring chickens • 17 He Fresh FKn. Pound Salmon 16c Halibut 12He Perch 10c Salmon trout 17He Smelt 12 He Cured Meats. Dacon 22® 30c Ham 201. Pickled pork 17c Shoulders 17c Lard and CottcJeae. Lard substitute, 50-lbs $6.50 Lard, 3-lbs 6i Lard, 5-lbs 90 Lard, 10-lbs 175 Lard, 30-lbs 5.25 Cottolene, 4-lbs 80 Cottolene, 10-lbs 1.85 J Alfalfa, ton $22.00 Timothy, ton $27.00 Wheat hay, ton $25.00 State Gets Okanogan Estate. Olympia, Dec. 15.—Two thousand two hundred twenty-three dollars twenty-two cents, escheated to the state by James Ramsey of Okanogan county, has been received by the state tax commission. 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, yqu 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. Two-Cent Fare Injunction. Dcs Moines, lowa, Dec. 15. —The injunction proceedings to restrain Attorney General Byers and the state railroad commissioners from forcing the Cedar Rapids and lowa City Railway and Light company to com ply with the lowa two-cent fare law came up for hearing before Judge Smith McPherson in the federal court today. The action was based on a petition by Mrs. Elizabeth D. McClin tock of Haverford, Pa., a stockhold er, who declares that the company is no longer paying dividends. Newark, N. J.. Dec. 15. —The New Jersey state board of equalization of taxes met in this city today to hear arguments on the appeal of the Pru dential Insurance company from the $14,000,000 assessment on its special deferred dividend reserve fund. World Advertising Brings Big Results W. H. Scott, the fur man, was in the office of the Daily World this morning and reports that he has been receiving big results from a small ad which has been running in the col umns of this newspaper. With only a comparatively small amount of ad vertising Mr. Scott has built up a fine fur business. Fights Scheduled for Tonight. Johnny Coulon versus Patsy Bran nigan, 10 rounds, at Greensburg. Pa. Jack Warner versus Bill Tracy, 10 rounds, at Hazelton, Pa. A New Back for an Old One.—How it Can be Done in Wenatchee. The back aches at times with a dull, indescribable feeling, making you weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys, and again the loins are so lame to stoop is agony. No use to rub or apply a plaster to the back in this condition. You cannot reach the cause. Exchange the bad back for a new and stronger one. Wenat chee residents would do well to pro fit by the following example: Mrs. William Nea!, 18 So. Third street, Roslyn, Wash., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills are a remedy in which I have the utmost confidence. I have used them for years for backache and and other symptoms of kidney trou ble Recently I had an attack of kid ney complaint and the kidney secre tions became highly colored and too frequent in passage. I used Doan's kidney pills and they gave me relief almost immediately from the terrible backache, checked the too frequent passages of the kidney secretions and restored my kidneys to a normal con dition. I do not know of another kidney remedy equal to Doan's Kid ney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name — Doan'9 and take no other. Going to California Kerman lands. Fresno county. Cal ifornia, with its yearly crop of oranges, lemons, olives, figs, peaches, apricots, alfalfa, Indian corn, melons, and all other fruits, grasses, grains and vegetables of both temperate and semi-tropical climates, selling for over twenty-five million dollars per year, offers you every possible ad vantage for health, comfort and pro fit. Kerman lands are level, rich and immensely productive. Under thorough irrigation. Every advant age. Very rapid settlement taking place. Rapidly growing town and surrounding country. Best lands at very reasonable cost and liberal terms. This is what you have been look ing for. CARNINE & STORGAARD, Kerman, California. 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. Ptone 77. WENATCHEE HAND LAUNDRY Corner Orondo and Columbia Street. Prudential Tax Case. FAIR EXCHANGE Heal Estate. Fine Building Site on E street. 100 ft, frontage, fac ing the east. Fruit trees. Lot lays level. Fine location for build ing a nice home. This 100 ft. can be bought under value today. Orchard FIXE FIVE ACRE ORCHARD 5 years old. to exchange for city property. C. B. HALBERT Room 4 Reading Room Benefit. The McCally Entertainers come to the city on the night of December ltj. under the auspices of the W. C. T. V.. for the benefit of the Free Reading Room. Xo better troupe has been here. Program is varied, consisting of vocal, violin and piano solos. Burlesque impersonations and readings. Our magazines and books need replenishing. We give you something good and clean to listen to and remember, in order that we may acquire the necessary funds to keep this room open. Give us a good house and cheer us and those we aim to give good literature to and a warm, comfortable room to read in. *** FolgGrs Golden Gate Coffee Just Coffee, but perfect Coffee. Your grocer will grind it— better if ground at home—not too fine. Eagle Transfer Co. INC. CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER Special Attention to Baggage. Bns to AH Trains and Boats. WENATCHEE, WASH. Phone 1101. HOTEL SHIRLEY 'Fifth Avenue Seattle M , Modern—Central - European Rates: From 11.00 and Up per Day What the Shirley w«ata ia Yoar Patronage Safety Deposit Boxes $3.00 per year. A limited number to rent. Farmers & Merchants Bank Capital $50,000.00. TTalbert Bid?.