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r mtT. APRIL 16, 1909
MAtviYH, ! PLACE OF THE MUNNIMARERS DON'T MISS a single day. the very offer thatmay mean bio advantage to you may be here today and gone tomorrow.-snappedupby A JWOKb WATCHFUL READER. SOME OF THE BEST OFFERS OF THE MUNNIMAKERS ARE THE OFFERS THAT ONLY ONE PERSON CAN TAKF STATESMAN "WANT^ ADS Bring Results -O —' Telephone 39 For information as to contracts consult the classified advertis- ing man. A phone call will bring Him to your place of busines# SUIT PRESSING (24) ROLLERS PRESSING 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 dies and gentlemen's garments guaranteed. Work called for and delivered. Phone 834. 64 S. Palouse. • FOR SALE—City Porperty (16) FOR 'SALE—NEW AND UP-TO date bungalo, six rooms, large base ment, choice location, eastern part of city. Phone Main 2084. FOR SALE AT A SNAP—MY BEAU t'ful residence on the corner of S \ tnth and Poplar. Mrs. JAS CASEY, Phone 221. 4-16 tf chg. 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 2i> cents. Phone 431. Ad dress 211 West Poplar street. BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED; ALL kind? of lierht and heavy draying. Residence phone 1181; Stand phone ■ 713; John Kralman, Prop., 9 E. Main t-tre-et. FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms (14) FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE- j kee; in? rooms at 207 1-2 South First street 4-7 tf chg. FOR REXT—FURNISHED ROOMS; excellent 1 nation; 232 E. Birch, rhone 1976 4-13 tf chg. HELP WANTED—FemaIe"(IO) WANTED—OIRL TO ASSIST IN small family. Phone 1716. 3-26-tf chg HAT FACTORY 58 THE PHILADELPHIA HAT FAC t"rv. 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 *"0 LET—Rooms with Board (13) FIRST CLASS ROOM AND BOARD with home cooking, by the week or *ion h. No. is, West, Sumach St., Phone 2130. 4-6 tf chg. AND BOARD AT MRS M»r y's, 16 Idaho. Phone 2138. _ 4-10 tf chg. UNDERTAKERS j TV COOKERLY, UMERTAKER <*tid Embalmer. 7 1-3 First street. nre licensed by both Washington ar.l Orecron Boards of Hea'*h to shir holies (25) FOR SALE—Miscellaneous (18) °Lr> PaFERS FOR SALE AT THE Statesman office. 15c per 100. F °R SALE CHEAP—A NEW RL'B her tired top buggy in excellent ' itim. Address X. Y. Z. care n in-Statesman office. r, ' n SALE —FURNITURE FOR S; '- at 127 E. Birch. Phone 1678. 4-15tfehg. FOR RENT—Houses < 15 > ' ' ,R RENT—UP-TO-DATE BUNGA ' v in choice location. $25 per n nth. Address Z. Z„ this office. 4-14 tf chg. 'V\ RKXT —NEW SEVEN-ROOM • '.ise with barn and woodshed; per month. Phone 652. 4-15 tf. wa NTEP—MaIo~(37) v > \ \ Tr.D— SITUATION BY A FIRST | hrsiness man with a universi ., ' at ° n - Willing and capable of ( T hlm«eif to any position, speak German. Address A F., office ' it-evttinsr copv ano artv**rt}«- M-JT- R ? raIRTI p,anne <J by the Union'* anting department Phone 826. 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 Fast Main street. ST. PAUL JUNK SHOP BUTS AND sells at wholesale and retail all kinds of Hides, TVool, 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 ial 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 -wit. pd. HELP WANTED—MaIe & Female (11) LADY OR GENT—CLEAN, LEGITI mate business paying $3.00 to $10.00 daily. Learn portrait painting on glass, oil colors. Send four stamps and photo to Williams, 625 13th St., Oakland, Cal. 4-15—5-13 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, Mali residence. Main 220. FARM LAND—For Rent (47) FOR SALE—FORTY ACRES OF fire irrigated timothy, onion or po tato land ior $500. J. O. GERKING, one bloc!: ea>; Berney School. 4-14-15~16-'O9 pd. WANTED —Miscellaneous 46 W\N T F D—H O U S,E CLEANING window washing, wall cleaning, floors washed, oiled or painted. New lawns made. Farrell & Johnson, 118 West Rose St., Phone 2139. 4-14 tf chg. WANTED—ANY KIND OF DAY work. Lace curtains laundered. Phone 221. 4-16 tf chg. VETERINARY SURGEONS DR. J. L. MURRAY, GRADUATE Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate American Veterinary Col lege, New York City, 1881. Office, O. K. Feed Barn, 210 E. Main St., phone Main 81, Walla Walla. Wash. WANTED—Furnished Rooms (36) MAN AND WIFE WANT TO RENT two or three desirable furnished lighthou-ekeeping rooms in modern house. References exchanged. In quire for or address, H. M., care of Union office. « D. H. LOST AND FOUND." (25) LOS T—A MANICURING SET; either in High school building or in some store. Can be identified by en closed slip of paper bearing name of Juanita Carm'chael. Return to the Statesman office for reward. 3-9 tf. SITUATION WANTED—FemaIe (38) WANTED -YOUNG LADY DESIRES stenographic position. Experienced. Phone 2031. 4-14 tf chg- K A IN 5 U W D lu o r\ Corner First and Alder Sts. THIRD FLOOR. RADER & BARKER, ATTORNEY and Counsellors at Law. 'Phone 714 Rooms, 313, 314, 315. 316. fourth floor. VEATHER BUREAU —ROOMS 412 John Grover, Observer. Tele* pnone, Mata 514. ———- THE VIA VI SYSTEM OF TREAT ment cures in Nature's own way. W6 surely ssvft you from the Knife Parlors. 216, 217. Telephone 606. FOR SALE —Farm Lands (17) FOR SALE BY OvVNEK ibu i 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 H from Walla Wal a. Part cash. Balance on time. No agents. Ad- < dress t*. O. "Box 25. 3-2 a < 'FIVE ACRES, A COW, 12 CHICK ens means independence;at Rich land." —RICHLAND LAND CO., 11 h Fourth St. . ORDER 2 TAKEN FOR ENGRAVING OF ING. BUSINESS, AT HOME AND RECEPTION CARDS, WEDDING INVITATIONS AND MONOGRAM* STA TIONERY. K. FALKENBERG, JEWELER. 42 East Main St. TBr, js , jsjnunu STATESMAN, WALLA WALLA, WASHINGT ON, REAL ESTATE—(Continued. BAUMEISTER-PAXTON CO. Baker- Boyer Bank Bldg. FOR THE HOMESEEKER $2000.00 — House on cor ner lot, 60x120, in south ern part of city. Two blocks from car line. Has six rooms and bath. $500.00 cash. $1790.00—Cottage with five rooms and bath on East Chestnut street. Two blocks from car line; lot 60x120. Cash $500.00. These are two genuine bargains. If you are look ing for some easy money v here are two good chances. BAUMEISTER-PAXTON Under Baker_Bover Bank Phone 125. BANKERS' LIFE INSUR ANCE ASSOCIATION. Des Moines, lowa. See WEBSTER & HONEYCUTT, For Information. Dooley Bldg. Room 12. Phone 900. LORENZEN & COPE. $30.00 per acre buys 840 acres of good wheat land, 1-2 now in full crop, all of which goes to purchaser. Balance is summer fallowed; has a fair house and barn and is located 4 miles from station. Or we will trade this for a choice tract of fruit or alfalfa land. Do not miss this oppor tunity to get hold of a good wheat farm. $40.00 per acre buys 400 acres of good foothill land 8 miles from Waits-burg and 6 miles from Dayton. 220 acres now in crop. 310 in cultivation. Plenty of fine spring water. This crop is good for 40 bush els per acre; fair improve ments. One-ha'f cash. Do not overlook tnis bargain. • ————• $13,000.00 buys a fine foot hill farm of 200 acres, with the chiocest of land. 10 miles from town; one half now in crop. Good improvements, fine orchard, fine spring water, piped right into house, and good born. This is one of the choicest of foothill farms, and will make an ideal place. $8000.00 cash. $115.00 per .acre buys one of the finest farm homes in the valley, 229 acres chioce wheat and bottom land. 210 ncres in fall wheat that is good for 50 bushels per acre, 30 acres ot fine fruit and alfalfa land, part already in alfalfa. A good house nnd barn and fine spring water piped into house and f n r use on lawn. A pleas ant. o'nady p'ace. A L. LORENZEN AND A. T. COPE. 316 Denny Bldg. Phone 901. A. O. JOHNSON, Freewater, Oregon. 10-acre tract one and 1-2 miles from Freewater, Oregon, 1 1-2 acres is in grapes, 4 acres new orchard set this spring one acre of strawberries — some alfalfa and pasture balance good garden land. Good water right and fair buildings. Price $3500. Cash $1100. balance terms to suit. 7 1-2 acres 1 1-2 mi'es from on car line. 3 room house and small barn. 1 1-2 acres of strawberries, 3-4 acre in blackberries, fiO cherry trees, 60 prune trees, 70 peach trees; balance set to good varieties or fruit this spring: Melons and other garden truok planted. Price $3500.00. $1500 down, balance on time. A furniture and undertaking business for sale; in a good town and will invoice about $13 000 00. Cleared $8000.00 la?t year above expenses. Owner is in poor health and must sell at once. This business is vours for the actual cost and carriage of stock. Price, $13,000.00 with terms. A. O. JOHNSON, Freewater, Oregon. FIVE LOTS ON BOYER Ave , four ap© 51 1*2x132; one is 60x198. Price, $2250; cash, $1750, mortgage on one secures balance. Worth your consideration EMIGH & GOODWIN, 131-4 South Third St. Opp. Palace Hotel. REAL ESTATE—Continued. b. .UMEISETER-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. Pries, $6500.. Half cash. BAUMEISTER-PAXTON CO. Baker_Boyer Bank Bldg. Phone 125. 1 take pleasure in an nouncing to my friends and patrons that my piace of business, namely the Family Grocery, 614 East Alder, has been sold to J. F. Braune of Portland, an ex perienced man in the busi ness and one whom I am sure will show my custo mers every court e «y» as I have tried to do in the past. Thanking my many patrons for past favors, I am, Yours very truly* C. E. WAINRIGHT. IF MRS. ELLA INCE. 210 SOUTH Fourth St., will call at these offices, she is entitled to two free passes t<s the Majestic Vaudeville House, as per ad on page 4. SPENCER, FOX &GREGORY. Real Estate, Rentals, Loans and Insurance. Wlien here, visit us; when elsewhere, write us. SPENCER. FOX & GREGORY. Over First Nat'l Bank. » Phone 790. C. A. CANNON & CO. Hotel State. 416 acres —GO acres of hill land in grain—l 2 acres in al falfa. 2 1-2 acres of fine or chard. 120 acres of this place is fine bottom land, 40 of it cleared. SO has some timber, and will make fine alfalfa or fruit land when cleared. Can all be irrigated. ' Balance is good pasture land. Place i? divided into S fields; has a new S-room house, barn, and other buildings. Stocw and machinery all go to pur chaser at $35.00 per acre. Will trade in city home of reason_ able price. You had better look this up if you want a home. C. A. CANNON & CO. Room 10 Hotel State. Phone 173. 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. Rest buy in valley. TWO ONE-ACRE TRACTS $600 per acre; one-third cash; terms on balance. TWO LOTS IN EAST WAL- Ia Wa'la; $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 dis'ant from car line. If you do not wan; 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 Bldg. WATERTOWN POULTRY YARDS. 1159 Alice Ave. Phone 828. Thoroughbred Barred Ply mouth Rocks. A few nice cock erels for sale. Eggs for hatching SI.OO. $2.50 and $5.00 per setting REAL ESTATE—Continue* 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. Wa have 87 properties to trade; come and see us. we have Just what you want. WOLFE, VALAER & BROOKE, 13-14 Paine Building. Phone 1721. BASIS FOR A HOME. $50 Down and Easy Monthly Payments. Sufficient land can be ob tained in our fractional acre tracts in the Abbott acreage to raise a garden, strawberries, fruit and everything a family will need from a garden or or chard for a family the year round. Drop in ar.d let us talk it over with you. If you do not want the land for home purposes it will serve as a safe place to put your savings from month to month. Any and all land in and around Walla Walla is sure to increase in value. If it in creases slowly you are the winner; if it increases faster, you are the greater winner. If you cannot handle one of the larger tracts, we can help you to become an owner of real estate through these fractional tracts. Plant your savings where it will mean something to you. These fractional acre tracts can be had for much less than 50 foot lots are selling for just as far out. If you have seen others make money on real estate around Walla Walla and you are just at the same place where you was last year, it is because they bought something and you didn't. These fractional tr*or s will be open at the present price only a few days. You can get the foundation for a home or a start as a realty owner for only $50. DICE & JACKSON. Second Street Between Main and Alder. Phone 414. WEBSTER & HONEY CUTT. Dooley Bldg. Spokane acreage to exchange for Walla Wal a property. All kinds of insurance. Don't fail to see us. WEBSTER & HONEY CUTT. 12 Dooley Bldg. Phone 9CO. A REQUEST. As advertised. I have sold my business the FA.MIL GROCERY. NO. 614 East Alder, and will leave the city about May Ist. All creditors will greatly oblige be by calling at the stor^. 1 i . I T" mediately and settling back accounts. I desire to have all matters cleaned up before my ' A! N W RIG HT. REAL EOTATE—Continued. New modern 8-room house, brick foundation, »lne 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, geod 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 lor 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. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR 5-ACRE TRACTS? All right, here you are. We have several on the in terurban of # the best soil, and . sub-irrigated, the terms are easy, one-fourth down, balance in five years, equal payments at 7 per cent. We also have some good acre tracts east of town. Some are improved and some are not. Terms on these are one.-half down, bafancs good terms at 8 per cent. Let us show you some or all of these; they are good investments. COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE CO. 13 1-2 South Fourth St. Phone 192. RULEY & REYNOLDS. 14 E. Main St. ' Fop sale or t-ade — for wheat land or town prop erty—l 9 acres of garden and alfalfa land. Good 7- room house, barn and oth er outbui dings. One mile from street car line*. To exchange for town property —13 1-4 acres of garden land with excellent water right—one.half mile to car line. RULEY & REYNOLDS. Estate and Insurance. Rooms 3 and 4 Sc.il Bldg. IN CITY PROPERTY. .PARKSIDE CONTINUES TO LEAD BY A HAND SOME MARGIN. THESE 3EAUTIFUL HOMESITES ARE SELLING FAST. COME IN AT ONCE AND LET US SHOW YOU. IN IRRIGATED TRACTS ATTALIA. IS THE CHOCE, 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. LOPEZ IMPROVEMENT CO. Walla Wai'a, 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 rt 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. Wait for the cars at tne Book Nook PAGE "SfeVßlf REAL ESTATE—Continued BARGAINS IN. FRACTIONAL ACRE' TRACTS. In the Abbott acreage, ' southeast of the city, one and a half miles from Mala street. We have three exceptional bargains in small tracts which H 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 the'm. must be sold at once, and can be had at a bargain. No doubt lof their beinpr the best buys now being offered. DICE & JACKSON, Second Street, Between Main and Alder. 11.000.00 house with lot >ne-half on Balm St., one blocfc 'rom car line and two blockj rom school. A real snap. Youi >wn terms. A corner lot 75x135 in ex. :ellent locality on East Uni versity street. Price, $950. "IRST MORTGAGE SEVE* PER CENT GILT EDGE BONDS. •We offer t'o the Investlm public 7 per cent semi-annual silt-edge bonds secured by « first mortgage on real estati n Walla Walla county with < conservative value of $8 of se :urity to $1.00 of loan. A safe, secure investment For particulars call on DICE & JACKSON. No. 5 Second St. Phone 4H 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. Grangt ville. Idaho. SUIT BEGUN IN SUPERIOR COURT AGAINST TAYLOR W. F. Thomas and Wife Ask Damages Amountinq to More Than Thir teen Thousand Dollars. Involving the etim of $13,500, suit was commenced in the superior court this afternoon by W. E. Thomas and wife aerainst C. M. Taylor, the begin ning of this case having had its start in the courts of Franklin county. Action was commence! last vear by the defendant against the plaintiff askiiT the court of Franklin county t# grant him a "writ of attachment on the property of the latter, in payment of $6887, this being the amount that b« claimed was due him. The wrK was granted and the personal property of the Thomases was attached in suffi cient number to warrant the payment of the desired amount. The present suit is the outcome of this, the plaintiffs alleging that white in tho midst of farming 1500 acres of land the attachment wan made on their mules and implements, thereby pre venting them from proprrlv seeding or cultivating the ground. Because of this alleged damage, the sum of 512,000 10 demanded. It is further claim* u that tne former suit cost them the sum of $500, tMs amount also being asked of the eonrt as it is stat'd that the attachment Is sued was wrongfully sued out and Taj lor had no cause to helieve that ths grounds upon which it was issued !• be true. For a sum sufficient to prosecute ths present actioon, an additional JIMI is prayed for, making in all a total of 513,500,. COUNTRY MUCH BETTER OFF WITHOUT THEO. ROOSEVELT J. Pierpont Morgan Says That Hs Is a Monaco to Commerce and Finance. ROME. April 16.— J. Pierpont Morgaa is quoted today as declaring that all America ought to rejoice, at Roosevelt's absence and that he sincerely hoped his return would be indefinitely post poned. He said to a friend: "Roosevelt's name will pass into his tory as one who caused incalculable commercial and financial damage t# America."