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Made From Grapes
D« PRICE'S
CREAM
Baking Powder
YOUR WINDOW
Your Best Salesman
Make It Work Nights
More people look into windows in the evening if they are
well lighted than any other time.
ASK ABOUT OUR PROPOSITION FOR DISPLAY
LIGHTING.
Wenatchee Eledtric Co.
XMAS DINNER
< >ranges
Bananas
Tongereen
Malaga Grapes
Persimmons
Apples, I'ears
8 lbs. Sweet Potatoes
25c Tomorrow Only
Ix'ttuce
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(ireen Onion**
The Buckeye Grocery
Phone 1575
"FLEISHMANN'S YEAST"
Surprising,
What Kodol Will Do
For you, when you need it But the longer you neg
lect Indigestion, the more you will suffer before Kodol
can restore Good Digestion.
And. of course, indigestion if neg
lected long enough, brings on seri
ous diseases in which Kodol cannot
benefit you. Some of these there
Is no help for at all.
There are, in fact, very few ail
ments which cannot be traced di
rectly to impure blood. And im
pure blood is always due to a dis
ordered otomach.
Use Kodol and prevent Nervous
Dyspepsia.
Kodol will effectually assist Na
ture to secure a complete restora
tion of good digestion. It does
this by at once digesting all food
In the stomach and keeping it di
gested, until the stomach is rested
and can resume its own work. Ko
dol removes the cause—and the
effect quickly removes Itself.
When it is recalled that Apo
plexy, Heart Disease, Cancer—and
•yen Consumption—are due to
poor digestion and poisons thus
transmitted to the blood, and
throughout the system—the impor
tance of maintaining good diges
tion is at once realized.
CHELAN COUNTY REALTY COMPANY
ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Halbert Block Room 20
Pure, Healthful
Grape Cream ol
Tartar Powder
No Alum
No Lime Phosphates
For Your
bates, Figs
Cluster Kaisins
Japanese Oranges
< 'ran berries
Nuts of all kinds
Splendid line of ( .ohlie.*.
Radishes
Fancy Pickles
Olives
And all kinds of Cheese
B B. LOWE, Proprietor
We knew what Kodol would do
before ever the first bottle wu
sold. If we did not know just what
it will do, we would not guarantee
it the way we do.
It Is easy for you to prove Kodol
—the next (or the first) time you
have an attack of indigestion. And
you will certainly be surprised at
the results. It is perfectly harm
less.
There can be no harm in trying
something that may do you a great
deal of good—when it costs you
nothing if it doesn't
Go to your druggist today arid get a dol
lar bottle. Then after yon have used tba
entire contents of the bottle if you caa
honestly say, that it baa not done you any
pood, return the bottle to tbe druggist and
be will refund your money without ques
tion or delay. We will then pay the drug*
prist for tbe bottle. Don't hesitate, all
druggists know that onr guarantee is good.
This offer applies to the larpp bottle only
and to but one in a family. The large bot
tle contains 2% times as much as the fifty
cent bottle.
Kodol is prepared at the labora
tories of E. C. DeWitt & Co..Chica*o.
GOODS DELIVERED
"SUNSHME FLOUR 1 '
Our Guarantee
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1909.
CITY NEWS.
Fountain pens of all kinds, $1.50
to $12.00. Frank L. Jones, jeweler. *
Supervisor Milham of the Chelan
forest reserve drove in from Chelan
yesterday and left on No. 43 for Leav
enworth, where he will confer with
Supervisor Sylvester of the Wenat
chee reserve.
I'll bet a fig you didn't know Arm
strong sells $1.50 copyrights at
$1.25. ***
Fountain pens of all kinds, $1.50
to $12.00. Frank L. Jones, jeweler. *
Miss Alta Corcoran, now living in
Seattle, is the guest of Miss Bessie
Holmes. The young ladies left on
No. 43 tor Leavenworth today to
visit Mrs. J. L. Holmes.
Cut rates on photos for Xmas
presents at Bixler's Studio. Come
early and avoid the rush. ***
An ideal Christmas gift a Parker
fountain pen, at Frank L. Jones',
jeweler. ***
Special rates now on at Bixler's
Studio, for short time. ***
Henry Crass is now in Vancouver.
Wash., and expects to be back In
Wenatchee about the first of the
year.
The nice things are going fast at
Armstrong's. ***
A present that will be appreciated
a fountain pen. We have them
from $ I.r>U to $12.(o». Frank 1..
Jones, jeweler. ***
Arden Harris, who has been at
terding the university in Seattle went
through today on the way to En
tiat.
Sugar Mixed Candy 15c lb.. 2 lbs.
25c. Olympia Cigar Stand. ***
Sec our souvenir spoons, ~r>e to $3.
Frank L. Jones, jeweler. ***
All Xmas goods at half price on
December 24. W. E. Morton, at
(Jroves' store. ***
See our souvenir spoons. 75c to $3.
Prank L. Jones, jeweler. ***
Mrs. Dema Kirkham of Eureka,
CaL, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O.
M. Thomason.
Big Red Apple souvenir spoons a
Howard Thomas', he jeweler. ***
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cannon of
Farris were in the city yesterday on
a short business trip.
Now, to Armstrong's for a good
book. ***
Mrs. Roy Zahren of Washtucna is
spending the holiday season with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Winchell.
A good book is always a suitable
gift. tA Armstrong's. ***
A. L». Hill of the firm of Murphy
& Hill is spending the holiday sea
son in Portland with his brother.
From Portland he will go to St. Louis
to meet Mrs. Hill and baby. Late in
February he expects to return to this
city.
Fountain pens for $l.r»0, guaran
teed, at Thomas', the jeweler. ***
Our ring stock is enormous and
our prices are away down. Howard
Thomas, the jeweler. •*•
ESCAPE FROM CALI
FORNIA JAIL
San Francisco. Dec. 23.—-Seven
prisoners are at large today follow
ing their escape from the San Bernar
dino county jail through a tunnel
made by removing bricks from the
north wall. The hole was discovered
by Night Watchman Jeffry about
midnight, after the jail birds had
flown. Jeffry spread the alarm and
guards armed with shotguns were
stationed in front of the tunnel. They
guarded the hole until yesterady
morning when it was concluded that
the prisoners had "cold feet" and
would make no effort to take French
leave.
An investigation was then made
and it was found that the .prisoners
were missing. From the only re
maining prisoner, it was learned that
j the escaped men had been working
steadily digging bricks from the wall
behind the steel tanks for two days.
They had secreted the bricks under
a washstand. All who escaped were
short termers.
Dr. Morse. Osteopathic physician,
10T> Columbia Valley Bank Bldg. **
Manager Roger Bresnahan of the
Cardinals says that Ed Monetchy will
be sold, traded or canned by him.
George Tebeau' thinks that one
sure way to increase batting would
be to decrease the size of the home
plate. Every hand is against the
pitcher, the poor Zob.
Our store will be open Thursday
and Friday evenings. Schade & Par
shall Co. ***
It is said that Manager Lake of
the Boston Nationals has saved three
empty tomato receptacles which he
will tie to Messrs. Beaumont. Thomas
and Ferguson.
Bleached Sultana raisins in bulk.
3 pounds for 25c. The Sanitary Gro
cery. ***
Umpire McAtee, formerly with the
New York State league, has signed
with the Kansas league.
"Hawks" cut glass, the kind that
sparkles, at Thomas', the jeweler. *•
AMUBEMENTB.
At the Wenatchee this week.
Mantell's Marionette Hippodrome.
An European novelty. This is the
most elaborate vaudeville attraction
ever produced in Wenatchee. Bring
the children.
GEM THEATRE.
Program at the Gem theatre to
night :
.Monte Cristo.
Through the Yosemite Valley.
When Binks Butted In.
WENATCHEE THEATRE
The management will give a special
Xmas matinee at Wenatchee theatre
on Xmas day. Special program for
women and children. All children
free. Doors open at 2:30. •**
GEM THEATRE
THi: GEM THEATRE will give a
special matinee performance "on
Christmas day at 2:30 o'clock, when
all school children will be admitted
free.
Cut i;lass nappies, "Hawks." only
$1.50, at Thomas." the jeweler. ***
County School Notes.
District 63, above Entiat. and
known as the Entiat Fruit Lands
school district, held an election last
Monday to determine about relocat
ing the schoolhouse. There were 16
votes for and 1 I against, so the
schoolhouse will be built on the Pack
wood site as a two-thirds vote is ne
cessary to change.
The Christinas vacation in the
county schools will be for one week
only, as far as is known. The dis
tricts determine how long the vaca
tions are to be, and Supt. Bowersox
thinks that all the schools will re
open immediately after New Year's.
A new schoolhouse is to be erected
in the Bell Hollow district. Tin
plans are not all definitely settled up
on yet.
Prof. Trumble has announcements
out about his horticultural lectures
to be given in the high school build
ing immediately after the Christmas
vacation.
8 lbs. of those California Sweet
Potatoes for 2">c. The Sanitary Gro
cery. * * *
"Babe" Adams is the first of the
world's champions to get an increase
in salary and by rho time the rest of
the Pirates get theirs the Pittsburg
club will be more familiar with the
baseball business
Kids Wanted.
For the next ten days the board
of directors of District No. fi3. of
Chelan county, will receive bids for
the erection of a one-room school
building. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the home of the clerk.
C. S. Replogle, one mile north of En
tiat. Said bids to be opened at 1 j
o'clock p. m.. January 10. 1910. The;
board reserves the right to reject any]
or all bids. By order of the board. j
C. S. REPLOGLE.
*** 12-2 7 Clerk.
While they lust Imperial Society
and McDonold Hand Roll Chocolates,
regular 73c and $5c per lb. . r >oe.
Olympia Cigar Stand. Hand made
chocolates 40c. ***
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ROOMS AND BOARD.
FOR RENT- Two rooms, and board.
30 Okanogan avenue. 12-30
LOST.
LOST — Package containing three
neckties. Finder please leave at
Daily World office. 12-23
FOX SALE.
HALF DOZ. full blood White Rocks
and eight thoroughbred White
Leghorn pullets. Bliss Electric
Co., 13, r ) North Wenatchee. 12-24
RANCH FOR SALE.
16-ACRE ranch for sale, near town.
Six acres in young orcharL Will
take vacant lots in part payment.
P. F. Barry. Walker and Peachey
streets. 12-30
HOGS FOR SALE.
DRESED HOGS for sale, by E. Wag
ner, 306 Wenatchee Aye. North.
12-30
WANTED
TO EXCHANGE for city and Wenat
chee valley property:
A nice home, with berry acreage, at
Puyallup, Wash.
A lovely home at Olympia, cheap.
Also
Some good orchard lands for city
property.
GREAT WESTERN REALTY CO.
104 First Street Phone 123
12-23
PIANO FOR SALE.
BEST PIANO in city for sale at a
bargain, also a Columbia Grapho
phone and some fine furniture,
dishes, bedding, etc. Call No. 301,
Columbia Valley Bank Bldg. 1-1
BELOW IS A SMALL LIST OF WHAT WOULD MAKE REAL GOOD XMAS.
GIFTS. IT'S. HOWEVER, ONLY A SMALL PORTION OF WHAT WE HAVE
[N STOCK FOR YOU. COME TO NIC IIT AND LOOK IT OVER. OUR STORE
IS CENTRALLY LOCATED, WELL HEA.TED AM) AS LIGHT AT NIGHT AS
IN DAY TIME. COME IN AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME, WHETHER
YOV BUY OR NOT YOU ARE WELCOME. TOMORROW WE WILL HAVE
SOME SPECIALS SPECIALLY PRICED, s< > DON'T PAIL TO CALL. WE CAN
SAVM YOU MONEY. WORRY AND TIME.
mn mm
2-Piece sets, Stag Horn Handle _ $2.75
2-Piece sots. Stag Horn Handle $3.00
2- Piece sets, Stag Horn Handle . $3.50
3- Piece sets. Stag Horn Handle _ $4.25
.{-Piece sets. Stag Horn Handle . $5.00
3-Piece sets. Stag Horn Handle --$6.00
3-Piece sets. Stag Horn Handle $8.00
3-Piece sets. Stag Horn Handle .$9.00
3-Pieee sets. Ivory Handle $6.00
3-Piece sets. Pearl Handle $10.50
.'{-Piece sets. Silver Handle. Thistle
Design $12.50
mnmrttß TeaSpoons
Set of six Teaspoons, plain $2.75
Set of six Teaspoons $3.25
Set of six Teaspoons, extra fancy— $7.50
Set of six Soup Spoons $5.00
ROGERS pros.* 1*47.
Set of six Teaspoons, plain $2.00
Ktmmmtn Table Spoons
Keen Kutter sets of six Tablespoons.
triple plated $4.50
Rogers Pros.. 1547 Tablespoons, triple
plated $3.50
Child's Spoons
Child's Spoons, sets of six of the
Keen Kntter kind $2.75
Knives and Forks
Sets of Knives and Forks in case__s6.so
Sets of Knives and Forks, large
handles $7.50
Sets of Knives and Forks, dull
finish $5.50
Sets of Knives and Forks, dull
finish $6.00
Sets of Knives and Porks, extra
fancy $11.00
ROGERS BROS.' 1547.
Sets of Knives and Forks, smooth
finish - $5.00
Beautiful individual 2-pieee set of Steak
Knife and Fork $6.00
Child's Sets
Consisting of Knife, Fork and Spoon
Plain $1.25 and $1.50
Fancy $2.00
Best quality $2.50
Ladies' Knives
Somethink new—a Gorman patented
Knife that opens by turning a rinir attached
to the handle: no broken finger nails, and
no lost temper.
11 different styles, each $1.25
Percolators
Stove Percolator $3.50 to $4.50
Stove Percolator, nickel plated $5.00
Liske Ware $3.00 to $4.00
Self-heating Percolators, several beautiful
designs _$8.50, $10.00, $12.50
Chafing Dishes
Ebony handle, wrought iron pedestal.
nickel plated, each $4.75
Most modern, three-pint, ebony handle,
adjusted lamp, golf pattern,
each $12.00
Ebony finish handles, adjustable lamp,
nickel plated, 3-pint porcelain con
tainer, each $5.25
Serving Dishes
With removable interiors and attractive,
long-wear outer shells of very attractive
designs; just the thing for serving puddings
and other nice dishes.
Sterling Silver $6.00 and $6.50
Nickel Plated $2.50 to $5.00
A FEW
SUGGESTIONS
Of What to Give
Carving Sets
Sugars and Creamers
Forbes & Co., silver inlaid, some patterns
from $3.50 to $8.00
3-Piece Sets $7.00
SYRUP PITCHERS.
Plain Silver $1.75
Fancy Keen Kntter $3.50
TnoTHl'K'K HOLDERS.
Keen Kntter. triple plate $1 to $1.50
SALT AND PEPPERS
Sterling Silver, per set
$1.00, $2.25, $2.50
Bread Plates
Sterling Silver, plain $2.50
Fancy Designs $3.00
Fancy Raised Designs $3.50
Candle Sticks
Sterling Silver, holds one candle
-----_ $2.00, $2.25
Sterling Silver, fancy design, holds two
candles $6.00
Same, to hold four candles $8.00
Thermos Bottles
Keep liquids hot 24 to 36 hours, and
cold from to 60 hours. A boon com
panion for the sportsman, traveler, auto
mobilist, nursery and sickroom. They last
a lifetime and make a useful and much ap
preciated gift.
Xickd Platcl. small size $5.25
Large. Size $7.50
Real Cut Glass
See display now of genuine Cut Glass in
big corner window. This will prove to
you that we carry the largest assortment
of this war.- in the city.
Fruit Bowls, 8-inch _ .$9.00 to $12.00
7-inch $5.50 to $6.00
Water Sets. Pitcher and six Tumblers.
from $20.50 to $27.50
Also sold separately.
Water Bottle $5.00
Glasses to match, each $1.25
Water Bottle $5.75
Glasses to match, each $1.25
Fruit Dish. 12x7 inches $10.00
Celery Dish. 10-inch, $6.00
12-inch $6.25
Another 10-inch dish at $5.00
Pickle Dish. 8-inch $4.50
Olive Dish. 6-inch $2.00
Vinegar Cruet $3.50, $4.00, $4.50
Vases, from $3.25 Jo $10.00
Sugars and Creamers $4.25 to $8.50
Knife Rests, each 90r
Salt and Peppers $1.25 to $2.50
Toothpick Holders, each 75c*
Crumb Trays and Brushes
Extra heavy plate, large line to select
from. /
Sterling Silver $2.50 to $4.00
Nickel 50<* to $1.25
Nut Crackers
Nickel plated, consisting of Cracker and
six Picks, from to $1.50
Shaving Nug Sets
Consisting of Mug and Brush.
Sterling Silver Mug with Rubber-Set
Brush, from $1.50 to $3.50
Same in Nickel Plated $1.25 to $1.50
mHKmm Goods
Perry Spoon $2.00
Fancy Silver Pie Server $3.00
Fancy Cold Meat Fork, each $1 to $1.50
Pickle Forks $1.25
Putter Knives $1.00 to $1.25
Sugar Shells 90<* to $2.00
Cream Ladles $1.25
Perry Ladles $2.00
Oyster Ladles $3.50
Tomato Servers $2.00

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