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„nvr> \Y. APRIL 12,1909.
MARKET PLACE OF THE MUNNIMARERS DON'T MISS, A SINGLE DAY. THE VERY OFFER THAT MAY MEAN BIG ADVANTAGE TO YOU MAY BE HERE TODAY AND GONE TOMORROW,—SNAPPED UP BY A MORE WATCHFUL READER. SOME OF THE BEST OFFERS OF THE MUNNIMAKERS ARE THE OFFERS THAT ONLY ONE PERSON CAN TAKE STATESMAN "WANT" ADS Bring Results Telephone 39 For information as to contracts consult the classified advertis ing man. A phone call will bring him to your place of business SUIT PRESSING (24) CLUB — ' Cleaning of Ladies' and Gentlemen's garments. Hats blocked and cleaned. 14 North Third street. THE EMPIRE DYE CO. WILL clean, dye, repair and press la die? and gentlemen's garments. TVork guaranteed. Work called for and delivered. Phone 834. 64 S. PaloUSe FOR SALE—-City Porperty (16) fo^sal^NEW^'""AND w up-TO^ date bungalo, six rooms, large base ment, choice location, eastern part of city. Phone Main 2084. TAILORS 22 JOHN OLDAY, THE TAILOR— Corner Fourth and Alder St. A com mendable line of Men's Fine Suitings for the trade that demands the best quality and latest design. MILLINERS. ' WANTED—OLD HATS RETRIM med for 2"> cents. Phone 431. Ad dress 216 West Poplar street. ~ BAG GAG E AN D~T RAN SFER HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED; ALL kinds of light and heavy draying. Residence phone 1181; Stand phone" 713: John Kralman, Prop., 9 E. Main Street. FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms (14) FIVE ROOM. FURNISHED COTTAGE J2ri.no per month. Four room house ■Kith barn, $10 00. Address P. O. Box 2T. Phone 784. 3-16-tf ch FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms. Modern. No. 19 East Rose St. 4-3-9 chg. FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE keeping rooms at 207 1-2 South F-i ~t stree:. 4-7 tf chg. HELP WANTED—FemaIe (10) WANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST IN small family. Phone 1716. 3-26-tfchg HAT FACTORY - 58 THE PHILADELPHIA HAT FAC tory, manufacturers of fine soft and stiff hats; hats cleaned, blocked and re-trimmed. Panamas a specialty. H Kaufman, 27 East Main street. 1-5 tf NURSE MRS HOLMES GRADUATE NURSE. Medical and obstetrical cases pre ferred Phone 342. 3-27-2 wks. pd 1 0 LET—Rooms with Board (13) AND BOARD IN PRIVATE family. Xo. 16 So. Idaho St., Phono 2138. FIRST CLASS room and board with home cooking, bv the week or mon h. Xo. 18, West" Sumach St.. JPhone 2130. 4-6tfchg. ROOM AND BOARD AT MRS M°r >'s, 16 Idaho. Phone 2138. _ 4-10tfchg. UNDERTAKERS 123) J COOKERLY, urOERTAKER and Enibalmer, 7 1-2 First street are licensed by both Washington ann Oregon Boards of to ship bodies. (25) V EJE RI NAR Y SURGEONS r ' R . J L. MURRAY, GRADUATE v »ter?nary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate American Veterinary Col ie&e. New York City, 1881. Office, O. K Teed Barn, 210 E. Main St., phone 81. Walla Walla, Wash. SALE—-MisceHaneous (18) Wafers for sale at the ■■ t a'.esman office. 15c per 100. SALE CHEAP—A NEW RUB •r tir-, top bug.srv in excellent Address *X. Y. Z. care _ 1 ni,s -n-Statesman office. >A LE—SECONDHAND TYPE " Rox 235, City. 4-11-2tpd. " '/ SALE—FOR LESS THAN 50c dollar, one 16 H. P. Russell . ' °n engine used but little: or . trade for horse.? and wagons. ' ■ ! rton. Weston, Ore. 4-12-15 ch. !as sified ads for results. SECOND HAND FURNITURE (19) WHITE FRONT, WALLA WALLA Junk Shop—Wholesale and retail dealers in all kinds of Hides, Wool, Scrap Iron, Brass, Copper, Rubber, Lead. Zinc, Bottles, Old Rubbers and Second-Hand Sacks, and Second- Hand Furniture, Stoves and Carpets. M. SHANK, Telephone, Main 879. 105 Ea3t Main street. ST. PAUL JUNK SHOP BUYS AND sells at wholesale and retail all kinds of Hides, Wool, Scrap Iran, Brass, Copper, Rubber, Lead, Zinc, Bottles, Old Rubbers and Second- Hand Sacks, and Second-Hand Fur niture, Stoves and Carpets, M. Gold, stein, Phone22o7; 66 East Main St. NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS bought, sold, exchanged. A full line of confections also. J. J. Duncan, 919 W. Main St. FOR RENT OR SALE. FOR RENT OR SALE—OWING TO poor health I offer my furnished ho tel of nine rooms for rent, or sale. Price, $1800. Rents for $20.00 per month. Terms to suit, For informa tion address R. F. D. No. 2, Box 127 4-2 -wk. pd. ABBE B. HAWMAN, 231 McAULIF"F Ave., is entitled to two passes to the Majestic vaudeville if she will call at this office for same, as per ad on page 5. HELP WANTED—MaIe & Female (11) AGENTS—LADIES OR GENTS—IF you wish a clean, legitimate busi ness paying from $3.00 to $10.00 per day, learn to paint portrait';: in oil colors on glass. Send 4c in stamps and a photo. E. M. Williams, 525 Thirteenth St., Room 26, Oakland. Cal. 3-25 tf chg. PHYSICIANS. (20) DR. J. C. MACK, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Special attention given to diseases of women and electrical treatments. Office, rooms 21 and 22, Jaycox Bldg., Phones, office, Malr 44.V, residence. Main 220. LOST AND FOUND. (25) FOUND—HORSE WITH SADDLE and bridle, near Whitney's Nursery. Owner can have same by paying for this ad and calling upon Chris Sturm Jr., R. F D. No. 1. Phone F. L. 276. 4-12-tf'chg. RANSOM BLOCK Corner First and Alder Sta. Business Directory THIRD FLOOR. RADER & BARKER, ATTORNEY and Counsellors at Law. 'Phone 714 Rooms, 313, 314, 315, 316. FOURTH FLOOR. VEATHER BUREAU—ROOMS 412 413. John Grover, Observer. Tele pnone. Mala 514. THE VIA VI SYSTEM OF TREAT ment cures in Nature's own way. We surely save you from the knife Parlors. 216, 217. Telephone 606. FOR SALE —Farm Lands (17) FOR SALE BY OWNER—76O acres well improved farm; 350 acres winter wheat; 370 acres summer fallow; 40 acres alfalfa. Seven room house. Good im provements, one and 1-4 miles from warehouse, 81-2 miles from Walla Wal'a. Part cash. Balance on time. No agents. Ad dress P. O- Box 25. 3-25-4-20. LORENZEN A COPE. $3500 —Buys 6-room house and lot 150x279 just one block from car line and close in, some choice fruit trees. This a corner ot and a fine buy. $10,000 buys 200 acres of fruit and pasture land 12 miles from town, 80 acres bottom, balance pasture, fine stream running through place, 8 acres in orchard, good improvements. This will make a fine dairy farm and a nice home. Good terms. $37.50 per acre buys 960 acres of good bluestem wheat land, 560 acres in fall crop, balance is summer fallowed; can all be cut with combined thresher. This crop is good for 35 bushels per acre good improvements, four miles to station; will take in some choice city property. $-0,000 down. $8000 buys one of the fin est 15-acre tracts of sub-ir rigated land in the valley, all in alfalfa and garden truck; good improvements; two and a half miles from town. This is a genuine bar. gain. Abaut one half cash. $2000 buys a 4-acre tract of fruit land two miles from town, fair improvements, plenty of water, some fruit, or we will trade for city propertv and pay some dif- . ference. This will make a fine chicken ranch. A. L. LORENZEN & A.. L. COPE. 316 Denny Bldg. Phone 901. If you have no real you wui not be at the landing' of the Greater Walla Walla. See Classified columns. TBlhi m AW i WAT,T,A WALLA, WASHISTGT ON. REAL ESTATE—(Continued. WOLFE, VALAER & BROOKE, Paine Building. $500 cash payment will se cure a good home in east part of city, consisting of 6 room house, good barn, running stream of wateer, and one lot; price $2,000. 260 acres of fine grain land on Alto ridge, 220 acres in fall grain, one-third of grain goes to purchaser, delivered; this is 40 bushel land and is a snap; price $35 per acre, half cash Small cash payment will se cure a home close in, in east part of city; five room house, barn, etc.; this is good prop erty and nice modest home; price $$1,500. 720 acres of very best wheat land, heavy black soil, good improvements, right at ware house; 600 acres in crop, all of which goes to purchaser; nothing better; price $70 per acre. Have you a good lot worth from $500 to $800 to trade as first payment on a modest home, well located? If so call and see us. $350 buys a lot 54x186, run ning water, fruit and berries, also city water in the street; $50 cash, $10 per month; this will grow into money while you sleep. We have 87 properties to trade; come and see us, we have just what you want. WOLFE, VALAER & BROOKE, 13-14 Paine Building. Phone 1721. New modern 8-room house, brick foundation, fine shade and lawn, and well located. Price, $4,000. Terms. New modern 9-room house, full concrete basement, fire place, outside sleeping room; plastered and elegant finish, piped for furnace. Price $4,500. 570 acres fine foothill land, good soil, good buildings, good water, 300 acres in crop, 1-3 of crop goes to buyer. If you are interested in good wheat land call at our office and get price and terms. Modern 7-room house on East Rose street, near new postoffice site, and only one block of business center. Price for a few days, $6,000. Buy a lot in Parkside before they are all sold. Call us up and we will show them to you. They are sold on easy terms. WORTH-ANDERSON CO. 19 1.2 Main St. 'Phone 549. THE COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE CO. Can sell yonu these homes and thev are all o.k. No. 193 —A 7-room house and lot close in for $3,600. Terms tn part. No. 220—An 8-room house in Green's Park for $5,000. This is the best buy we have. No. 240—Here is a dandy. A 5-room house and lot 60x500, for $2,000. Terms $300 and $30 per month. Look this up; it will pay you. THE COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE CO. 13 1 2 South Fourth St. 'Phone Main 192. IN CITY PROPERTY. PARKSIDE CONTINUES TO LEAD BY A HAND SOME MARGIN. THESE BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES ARE SELLING FAST. COME IN AT ONCE AND LET US SHOW YOU. IN IRRIGATED TRACTS ATTALIA. IS THE CJHOCE, THE EARLIEST OF EARLY FRUIT TRACTS. LET US TELL YOU THE TALE OF ATILLA. IT WILL INTER EST YOU. WE ARE THE EXCLU SIVE AGENTS. CECIL & CO., Real Estate and Insurance. 301 Ransom Bldg. Phone 627. —9 SPENCER, FOX &GREGORY. Real Estate, Rentals, Loans and Insurance. When here, visit us; when elsewhere, write us. SPPENCER, FOX & GREGORY Over First Nat'l Bank. ' Phone 790. REAL ESTATE—Continued. $1,000.00 house with lot and one-half on Balm St., one block from car line and two blocks from school. A real snap. Your own terms. A corner lot 75x135 in ex_ cellent locality-on East Uni versity street. Price, $950. FIRST MORTGAGE SEVEN PER CENT GILT EDGE BONDS. We offer t'o the investing public 7 per cent semi-annual, gilt-edge bonds secured by a first mortgage on real estate in W r all&. Walla county with a conservative value of $S of se curity to $1.00 of loan. A safe, secure investment. For pvttculars call on DICE & JACKSON. No. 5 Second St. Phone 414. 40 acres alfalfa, $160 per acre. Acre tracts, subirrigated, $175 per acre. 36 acres. 16 in alfalfa, bal ance good land, spring water, at $160. 10 acres fruit land, well and pump; $175 per acre. Quick sale. Call and see us MANELA & BROWN, Milton, Oregon. SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THE MONEY. No. 105—New 5-room house, modern, qood location. $600 cash. balance, good terms. $2,700. No. 108—Good 4-room house, $300 cash, balance good terms, for $1,100. See us at once for the best buy in a good boarding and lodgin house. Close in. WEBSTER & HONEYCUTT. Dooley Building, Room 12. 'Phone 900. Real Estate a.nd Insurance. C. A. CANNON & CO., Room 10, State Hotel. Yes, business is good. Our farm properties are moving right along—all the good buys are being grabbed swiftly and swell. A few good ones we have left. Below we offer you four of our best. It will pay you to give them your consid eration. 160 acres —145 in cultivation plenty of water. Land is all in summer fallow. Good B_room house. Goes at $50 per acre; easy terms. A cracker-jack. 240 acres —60 in cultivation, balance timber land. A good h )me with fair buildings. Price $5,500, with terms. 16 acres of fine garden land to rent, with good buildings; a snap, and worth your immedi ate consideration. Good five-acre tract, all gar den land, with house, barn, electric lights in all; an ideal home; price $2,500; terms to suit. C. A. CANNON & CO, Room 10, Hotel State, Phone 173. 720 acres of fine wheat land —• 300 acres in wheat —balance, summer fallow. Plenty of water; one acre of bearing orchard; house of six rooms, fair barn and outbuildings. Price, $22 per acre, at easy terms, or will trade for alfalfa land. Only two miles from station. 19 acres of well improved fruit and alfalfa land; good bearing orchard on place, fine running water and plenty of water to irrigate. Six miles from Walla "Walla. Price, $6,500, $1,100 cash, balance to suit. Fine 5-acre tract of fruit and alfalfa land, located on car line, at $300 per acre, easy terms. D. B. WOODRUFF A CO. Room 9, Barrett Bldg. Phone 2144. ORDERS TAKEN FOR ENGRAVING OF VIS ITING. BUSINESS AT HOME. AND RECEP TION CARDS WED DING INVITATIONS AND MONOGRAM STATIONARY. K. FALKENBF.3G, JEWELER. 42 East Main St. If you have no real estate you will not be at the landing of the Greater "Walla Walla. See Classified columns REAL ESTATE—Continued. TWO 5-ACRE TRACTS: best land in Walla Walla valley; subirrigated; plenty of water; on car line. $600 down, balance, good terms. 12 1-4 ACRES CHICKEN ranch on car line; price $1500 $300.00 down. Best buy in valley. TWO .ONE-ACRE TRACTS $600 per acre; one-third cash; terms on balance. TWO LOTS IN EAST WAL- Ia Wala; $25 down; balance $10 per month. Price, $350. A snap. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, LOT 50x120 in Green's First Ad dition; $250 down; balance $20 per month. TWO LOTS, FINEST LEFT in the city; one block distant from car line. If you do not want to pay a good stiff price for the best, pray do not bother us. THESE ARE ALL SNAPS. Call and see us at once. LEONARD & LATHROP Room 1 and 2, J°n«s B!dg. LOPEZ IMPROVEMENT CO. Walla Walla, Wash. "We have some of the best invest ments in the country. Timber Lands, Wheat and Dairy Lands, Lots, City Property, Business Chances, Stocks and Bonds, Guaran teed Profit-Sharing Bonds, good for 12 per cent interest. These will stand investigation. If you have money to invest, look this up. If you have anything to sell, give us a call. If you wish to buy, don't for get us, either. WE WILL USE YOU RIGHT. W. C. TAYLOR, Local Manager. Walla Walla, Wash. Phone 427. No. 28 East A.'der St. E.\U ME ISETER-PAX TON CO. Real Estate and Insurance DON'T DELAY ! SEE US AT ONCE ABOUT THE CHEAPEST PIECE OF LAND IN WALLA WALLA VAL LEY. COMPPRISING 40 ACRES. 26 acres in alfalfa, fruit and berries. NO WATER TROUBLES. Abundance of water to irrigate all summer, rising from springs on adjoining property. New five-room house. Good barn. Price, $6500.. Half cash. BAUMEISTER-PAXTON CO. Baker.Boyer Bank Bldg. " Phone 125. A. O. JOHNSON, Freewater, Oregon. 10 acres near Freewater and close to car line 800 good bearing fruit trees, fair buildings, good water right. Will take $2000 to $2500 in Walla Walla property and give easy terms on the balance. 7 1-2 acres on car line all set in good bearing fruit trees and berries; 5-room house and other improvements. Price 4500. Cash, $2000; balance easy terms. A furniture and undertaking busi iness for sale; in a good town and will invoice about $13,000.00. Cleared $8000.00 last year above expenses. Owner is in poor health and must sell at once. This business is yours for the actual cost and carriage of stock. Price, $13,000.00, with terms. A. O. JOHNSON, Freewatei", Oregon. WATERTOWN POULTRY YARDS. 1159 Alice Ave. Phone 828. Thoroughbred Barred Ply mouth Rocks. A few nice cock erels for sale. Eggs for hatching, $1.00. ?2.50 and $5.00 per setting. . ... . J. .L J. J. J. A A ill FOR SALE CHEAP — A new rubber tired, top buggy, in excellent con dition. Cost when new $140. See C. H. Lind, Union-Statesman offices. / Cheap Farm Lands. In the famous Grangeville country near Lewiston. Idaho, now being opened by two lines of railroad. Pronounced by J. J. Hill of the Great Northern railroad to be the "Garden of the Pacific North west;" mild climate, fertile soil, produ cing heavy crops of grain, hay and fruit. No irrigation. Write for circular A. F. PARKER, Grangeville, Idaho. /505, ij .\i*ircioiitan Sy:idicaic, A". Y. This Time It's in Earnest Just take this as if you were the only one we had ever said it to. It's just that much in earnest. We want YOU to get into the busy market place of the Munnimakers, yourself, with your offer and your goods. We want YOU to get some of the money that is moving. If you are in any business, whether you give it all your time or only your spare timev a Statesman Munnimaker classified ad will bring buyers to you. If you are not in any regular business, we know there is some thing you have that you want less than you want money. Whether you have only your work and your tjme to sell, or whether it is anv article, we tell you you can get money f or it if you advertise it in the little classified ads in the Statesman —the busy market-place of the Munni makers. Dear Mr. Munnimaker, cjo The Statesman Classified Columns. Through a little Munnimaker Classified Ad in The Statesman, I found a renter for cellar space I didn't need. Yours truly, A. LANDLORD. Write Mr. Munnimaker, care of the Statesman; or phone him, No. 39, whenever you want anything. .. . REAL ESTATE—Conttinued BARGAINS IN. FRACTIONAL ACRE TRACTS. In the Abbott acreage, southeast of the city, one and a half miles from Main street. We have three exceptional bargains in small tracts which if taken immediately can be made to produce a good crop of potatoes or garden truck yet this year. 1 3-4 acres in one tract. 2 3-4 acres in another tract. Will sell any part of this one, or all to one party. All are subirrigated but also have water right for each tract. If you can handle one of these tracts come in and let us hear what terms you would like to have on one or all of them. These must be sold at once, and can be had at a bargain. No doubt of their being the best buys now being offered. DICE & JACKSON, Second Street, Between Main and Alder. IMPORTANT EVENTS SCHED ULED TO TAKE PLACE DURING THE COMING WEEK. Tuesday. Examination of Maurice Barnier, second captain of the French steam ehip La Savoie, charged with smug gling $2,500 worth of diamonds and laces. An expose of an extensive scheme to defraud the government is expected. Governor Marshall, of Indiana, de livers an address before the National Democratic club of New York city. Mary Garden, prima donna, sails to wed Russian Prince Mazzordata. Wednesday. National League season opens. Southern educational conference meets in Atlanta, Georgia. Governor Hughes ends tour of New York in appeal for direct nominations and the plan is being considered to day by the state judiciary committee Texas State Sunday School board meets in Waco. Thursday. Date proposed for vote on Payne tariff bill. Secretary- of War Dickinson leaves today on visit to the Isthmus of Pan ama canal zone. Friday. Louisville auto show opens. Double hanging, execution of Willie Carter and William Green, murderers, in Jefferson county jail. Kentucky. Saturday. Continental Congress of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution. Society Sees Wild West. NEW YORK, April 12.—Society's Wild West Show will be-seen in the Waldorf-Astoria tonight, it being giv en for the benefit of Auxiliary No. 19 PAGE SEVEN of Stony Wold Sanatorium in the Ad irondacks. It will be a blood-curdling affair, with Rough Riders performed by young society men on hobby horsey and the Deadwood Coach. There will be an Indian dance by debutantes. An important feature will be the show's "own original Annie Oakley, the rioted cap-pistol shot." There will be side shows' like those at the county fair in thei Waldorf last winter, and shoot' ing and photograph galleries. The in vitations are in verse. Automobile Line. NEW YORK. April 12—Much Inter est is taken in the establishment off the line of coach automobiles betweea New York and Philadelphia, the Wal dorf-Astoria and Bellevue-Stratford being the objective points in each A trial trip was made a week ©r so ago and the regular season fs scheduled to open in a few days. The coaches are to leave the hotels at 1# o'clock in the morning, arriving at their destination at 3 in the after noon. At first but one coach will be run, the travelers remaining over night and returning the next morning by coach. When more coaches are put on the line arrangements will b© made for those who wish to make a one day's outing, stopping midway for luncheon and catching the returning coach for the home trip. Basilica of St. Agnes. ROME, April 12. —An Interest!!* ceremony took place today in the baa iliea of St. Agnes, two miles outside aff Rome. The building stands over tha catacombs, where among others, tha body of St. Agnes is buried. Whlla Pius IX, April 12. 1855, was receiving there the collcge of the propaganda, the floor gave way and all preaeat were precipitated into the catacombs 20 feet below. Fortunately, nobody was injured, this- bektg by some per sons considered a miracle. The basllfra is beautifully decorated. A high maaa was celebrated, the Te Deum was la toned and the benediction waa a® stowed upon the members of the lege of the propaganda. A number «ff American students were present. Many Printers' Exhibits. XBWARK, N. J., Api-fil 12.—WH* the printers' exhibition to be held la the Free Public library from today ta May 3. the interest manifested hi It has prompted Librarian John Cbtta* Dana to predict a greater success tbaa that of last year. He stated assur ance had been received that nearly every printing shop in Newark woatd be represented in the competitive part of the exhibition. While there are to be shown special editions, rare works, and examples of the art of the bookbinder, the object especially intended is that the exhfM tion shall be a local craftsman's expo sition. The Master Printers' associa tion of Newark and Typographical Union No. 103, which are jointly ha charge of the displays, emphasize thla point. Prom the number of contribution* already submitted, Mr. Dana estimate* that nearly 100 Newark journeyme» printers will have a part in the exhi bition. , Register in Macon. MACON. Ga„ April 12—There is a great rush of citizens to rerrister to day, as this lias been discovered u» fr* the last day on which names can taken. A mix-up of t\v«« laws h:tr» k-;pt the public in the dark.