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has nine of the choicest residence lots in the city for sale at $250 per lot
$50 Down and $10 Month —Here is a chance for one with a limited income to make a profitable investment. Those who have made money in the Wenatehee valley are the ones who have purchased real estate and held it. Ask any old timer, —this property is located about two blocks from the M. O. Tibbits resi dence and the newly proposed and accepted High School site. They are thrown on market singly for the first time. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL J. L. COREY, PHONE 1132; or OR, McCOY, PHONE 1665 REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION Called to Meet ;n Wenatehee May 14 to Select Relegates to Dis trict Convention. Pursuant to a call issued by the Republican State committee for the convention to be held in Spokane. May 14, for the purpose of selecting delegates to the national convention in Chicago, June 16, the Chelan coun ty Republican Central committee, at a meeting held in Wenatehee April 4 decided to hold a convention in We natehee Chelan county, for the pur pose of selecting twelve delegates to the district Convention, both of which will be held in Spokane, May 14. The basis of representation will be one delegate at large and one delegate fpr every ten votes or major fraction thereof cast for the congressman at the last general elec tion. The following table shows the basis of representation by product: Precinct. No. of Delegates Blewett 2 Chelan 11 Chelan Fails 3 Chiwaukum 2 Columbia 16 Clockum 2 Entiat 4 Say Now- Are you going to buy that buggy or wagon this week? Better come in and get our prices and see the latest models* Visitors always welcome. rHK WENATCHFK PATLY WORLD. WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1908. , Lakeside 8 j Leavenworth 15 i Malaga 3 Merritt 2 Cashmere 14 ; Monitor 4 | Peshastin 3 Stehekin 2 Wenatehee ~22 i West Wenatehee . . 9 | Wenatehee Lake .... 9 Total 12." JOHN A. GELLATLY, Chairman Chelan County Re publican Central Committee. Woman's Exchange. i Millinery; Corsets made to order and in stock; hair goods; hair worked. MME. TIFFANY, Opposite Columbia Valley Bank % off on everything at the Bazaar I Sale one week.*** j Canvas shoes are much in evidence 1 now, many having taken advantage of the big reduction offered by Groves A Co.. where regular $1.75 are sell ing at 51.30, and regular $1.z5 at j 90c.**» iG. X. Improvements at Cashmere. | P. W. Graham, traveling freight j agent of the Great Northern railway, was in town Wednesday looking after jthe company's interests. Business J i has been so good in Cashmere and j jis increasing so rapidly that the of i flcials of the railroad have decided jto make needed improvements at I once. The platform will be extend ed toward the east one hundred feet j and additions will be made to both the waiting room and the freight store room. It is also expected that a separate room will be built to han- I die the enormous express business jthat is transacted in Cashmere dor ling the summer months. With ' these improvements everything will ibe more handy and pleasant than < ever before and the great inconven- I ience and annoyance arising from crowded rooms will in a large meas ure be eliminated. With the in creased length of the platform trains will not block the crossing as hereto fore —an evil which if successfully remedied will be a source of great ' relief to all Cashmere.—Record. Notice of Primary. ! Notice is hereby given that a re -1 übiican primary will be held at rhe .Miller School House on Tuesday ,f \ening. May 5,1968, at the hour of ; " o'clock p. m. for the purpose of i electing thre? delegates to attend I the Chelan County Republican con vention, which will be held at We natehee, Wash., May 9, 1908. j J. S. USHER, Committeeman Malaga Precinct. Xo Extra Expense. To travel via Salt Lake City and Denver and an opportunity to visit, your great city of Spokane. Good connections with the Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co., and the best of service through. Let us tell you more about it. WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, | Portland, Ore. J. R. NAGEL, Traveling Passenger Agent, 60S First aye.. Seattle, Wash. Get busy! Save two-bits by trad ! ing at the Bazaar.*** Don't forget that at the Wenat-1 chee Quick Shoe Repair Shop you ; can get half soles for 75c. Who ever head of the like? One quart stone teapot ISc at the Bazaar. tf Pure Mixed Paint, $1.75 per gal. 'at Russell's.*** Malaga Squibs, i A shadow party was giv,en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Van de IMark Saturday evening by Mrs. Van !de Mark's two daughters, Miss Jean 'and Stella McDonald. The evening j was spent in taking shadow pictures lof the guests, after which refresh ments were served and the guests de j parted for their home, delighted with I the good time they all had. Carl Rohde, who has been'at the I Perry ranch for The past two weeks, returned to his home at Marysville jSaturday. I Notices are posted for a republi-1 can primary to be held at the Malaga j school house May 5, to select three j delegates to attend county conven : tion. i It is desired that all republicans should be there. John Guthrie of Turtle Lake, Mm Inesota, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Nk jolas Hill, came Saturday night to vis- I it his relatives here and look over the I valley. If he likes the country he, i will probably settle here. S. Cohenshrdleutaoinshrdluetardlu ' Mrs. Seaton Ls reported quite sick, i Dr. McCoy is the attending physician. I j Enoch Bryant left here for his old ! : home at Mount Rose, Minesota, Fri ' day. I Mrs. Moore and son, of Seattle, are here visiting at the J. H. Richard son ranch. Mrs. P. O. Vaale, who has been quite sick the past two weeks, is slow ly recovering her health. Mrs. C. B. Reed is again able to be around after three weeks siege of the grippe. Mrs. W. A. Firman has been mite sick the past week, but is some bet ter at this writing. Mrs. William Crew will give a .«••< boo! entertainment at the Lewvr Siemilt school at the close of hor terni of school. May 4. From a!'» re ports it is going to be a very enjoy able affair. Everybody should go. The stork left a girl at the home of the Wakefield's Sunday morning. Dr. Gilehlist was the attending phy sician. Mrs. P. P. Woods of W T enatchee spent Sunday at the ranch on Stemilt creek. E. M. Gillette came and spent Sun day at the ranch returning to Spo kane on No. 4 Sunday evening. Organize Horse Association. I The farmers of Stemilt Hill have organized a horse breeders' associa tion with the following members: B. F. Stanfield, T. C. Mathison, Ernest Miller. D. G. Chisholn», J. W. Rose, Mr. McPherson, Henry Will, Hamil ton Mason, George Groff, A. P. Chis i holm. Holcomb's Way "SATISFACTION" OK MONEY REFUNDED." "FITS LIKE YOUR FOOT PRINT." Come and buy a pair of these shoes; give your feet a rest. Phone 941 40c chocolates and bonbons 30c at the Wenatehee Bazaar.*** Shoe brush, paint brush, clothes brush, hair brush, horse brush, scrub brush, bath brush, whitewash brush Vi off at the Bazaar.* •* Town Marshal Stabbed. While engaged in a desperate fight with Bill Dixon, a Yakima Indian, Marshal Clarence Adams of Yakima City was stabbed in the head by the Indian. The knife penetrated the The time of year is coming wheD everybody hunts for an easy shoe. We have the Health and Walk Easy which make walking a pleas ure no matter how sore your feet may be. General Merchandise 0 WENATCHEE AVEXI E X. skull and broke off in 'be bone, j Adams, however, succeeded in j knocking out his assailant, who is in jail on the charge of attempted mur ! der. CHEAP EXCURSIONS. To eastern points via Spokane and the OREGON R. R. & NAVIGATION CO. May 4 and 18. For particulars, address WM. MeMDRAY. G. P. A., Portland. Ore. J. R. NAGEL, T. P. A.. iOB First Are.. Seattle, Wash.