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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, May 02, 1908, Image 4

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REPUBLICAN COUNTY
CONVENTION
Called to Meet in Wenatehee May 9,
to Select Delegates 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 for 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 Falls 3
Chiwaukum 2
Columbia 16
Clockum 2
Entiat 4
Lakeside S
Leavenworth 15
Malaga S
Merritt 8
Cashmere 14
Monitor 4
Peshastin 3
Stehekin 2
Wenatehee 22
West Wenatehee . . 9
Wenatehee Lake .... 9
Total • 125
JOHN A. GELLATLY,
Chairman Chelan County Re
publican Central Committee.
Notice of Primary.
Notice is hereby given that a re
publican primary will be held at the
M:ller School House on Tuesday
evening. May 5, 190S, at the hour of
7 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
electing three delegates to attend
the Chelan County Republican con
vention, which will be held at We
natehee, Wash., May 9, 1908.
J. S. USHER,
Committeeman Malaga Precinct.
Water Rent Due.
Water rents are due for May,
1908. If no paid on or before the
sth of this month water will be shut
off.
P. H. SHERBURNE,
5-."i Water Commissioner.
For first-class shoe work and
prices reasonable, go to Wenatehee
Quick Shoe Repair Shop. 2 8-30-2
Wishes to thank the Public for the orderly manner in which they conducted
themselves in the jam in therr place of business yesterday arid regret that
they were unable to wait upon them. Monday we have help coming from
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Spokane and hope to be able to give the crowd better service-
You have been told our reason for this move.
The contractors are waiting for us.
Ten Sales
People
Wanted
CITY NEWS
Wenatehee vs. Cashmere tomorrow
Register for the coining elec
tion.***
Register for the coming elec
tion.***
Wenatehee vs. Cashmere tomorrow
Don't forget to register for the
coming city election. Only a few
days left.***
Try the Wenatehee Quick Shoe
Repair Shop; half soles, 75c. 28-30-2
For Wall Paper bargains, see Rus
sell.***
Don't forget to register.***
Lester Hobson, who has been ill
for the past eight weeks at his
home, 245 Mission street, is report
ed to be worse today. Spinal men
ingitis is his malady.
Have you registered? ff you have
not, remember the time is short.***
For Painting and Papering, go to
Russell.***
For artistic signs, see Russell.'"*
Wenatehee vs. Cashmere tomorrow
Dr. L. B. Manchester, den".;*. D.
located in modern offices in the Col
umbia Valley Bank building. Con
sultations gladly given on all classes
of dental work.***
Robbed of Its Romance.
"Did you hear how he proposed?"
• No "
"He held up an engagement ring
before the girl's eyes and said, 'Eh?'
"And what did she say?"
"She just nodded."
Mr. A. R. Mix, of Leavenworth was
married today to Miss Lily Feight, of
the same city, in the parlors of the
Chewawa Hotel. Judge Palmer offi
ciated at the ceremony.
Mrs. L. Q. Spaulding and daugh
ter of Omak are visiting at the home
of L. G. Olds. They are on their
way to their old home in lowa for
an extended visit. Mrs. Spaulding
reports that Mrs. H. H. Whitaker,
who has been very ill for the past
few weeks, is improving.
Gone, hut Not Forgotten,
"John, did you forger, those egg.-,?"
"No. I left them in the car seat."
"Then you forgot Iham."
"No. A fat man was sitting on
them." —Spokane Chronicle.
Wenatehee vs. Cashmere tomorrow
"WENATCHEE, "WASSI.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, MAY 2. 1908.
Zeb Sullivan Again in Toils of the
Law.
According to latest reports our old
friend Zeb Sullivan is again in the
toils of the law. Although under
bonds of $500 to keep the peace and
in spite of his weakness for the cup
that cheers, Zeb again paid his de
votion at the shrine of Bacchus, and
as a result turned his mother out of
doors and proceeded to demolish the
furnishings of the house.
Not being satisfied with his pugi
listic encounter with the stove and
other articles of furniture about the
house he turned on Dan Shaser,
when the latter attempted to arrest
him. In the mix up Zeb was pre
sented with a black eye and finally
made his escape.
He then turned his attention to
ward Wenatehee and came here with
a firm determination to clean out
the authorities. But, after a few
words with Constable Simmons and
not liking the looks of a lump in the
constable's pocket Zeb's ardor cooled
off, and he submitted to arrest, and
was taken back to Cashmere to
await trial.
It seems to be the general impres
sion In Wenatehee that it is about
time that Zeb took a tumble to him
self.
Wenatehee vs. Cashmere tomorrow
Don't forget to register for the
coming city election. Only a few
days left.***
OUINCY QUILL
NEWS ITEMS
Quincy and Ephrata came together
again in a game of ball in Ephrata
last Sunday. Manager Thompson
had hard work to get up a team,
even trying to rope in some ladies to
play, and eventually went up with
only eight men. However, it proved
that that was enough, and even a lit
tle 100 many for the Ephrata boys,
as thu score was 16 to 14 in favor of
Quincy. The Ephrata boys looked
really handsome in their new suits,
and it was too bad to defeat them,
but it had to be "did." Those from
Quincy playing were: "Jeff" Gaither,
p.; J. Gaither, c; Wightman, lb.;
Koenig, 2b.; Pfaff, rf.; J. Dormaier,
If.; Strauss, 3b.; Molden, cf.
The Farmers' Elevator Co., of this
city, have received word from Seat
tle that a permit covering the loca
tion of their proposed warehouse in
Quincy, has been sent out from St.
Paul, and that when this is signed
the company may proceed with their
building.
Papers for the incorporation of
this company have been accepted at
Olympia, and now business will be
done under incorporated laws. A
meeting of the directors has been
called for Saturday.
S. SCHWAHTZ,
RELIABLE INSECT
EXTERMINATOR
Has proved itself a wonder in
its good work it has done to
those who have used it. It is
Sure Death to all insects per
taining to Stock or Poultry. It
has never failed in the worst
cases on Poultry oi its build
ing in the worst stages that can
be produced infected by insect
pest. It does the work to per
fection. If it fr.ils to do as rep
resented I will refund three
times its cost. A liquid easily
applied with a small brush. I
have made this a study for
years to produce the best, and
I have accomplished the fact.
S. SCHWARTZ,
Wenatehee, Washington.
W. M. RICE,
The Leavenworth Liveryman
Prepared to tarnish rigs, sad
die horses and pack trains, to
the Chelan County and tran
sient trade. One of town cus
tomers phone of write.
RICE THE LIVERYMAN.
No Extra Expense. j
To travel via Salt Lake City and
Denver and an opportunity to visit'
your great city of Spokane.
Good connections with the Oregon j
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,
608 First'ave.. Seattle, Wash.
Canvas shoes are much in evidence \
now, many having taken advantage
of, the big reduction offered by Groves ;
& Co., where regular $1.75 are sell-;
ing at $1.30, and regular $1.25 at i
90c.***
If you have any article to sell or I
exchange an ad in the classified col- I
umns will bring quick results.
For Kalsomining, go to Russell.***
Don't forget that at the Wenat
cfaee Quick Shoe Repair Shop you j
can get half soles for 75c.
Dan, the shoemaker, has opened
up the Wenatehee Quick Shoe Re
pair Shop. Try him. 2 8-30-2
COMING
The Old Favorites
That Need No
Introduction
Frank B. Fanning
and His Superb
Co. of 16 People
Buying Bill
"Young Mrs.
Winthrop"
Prices 35,50&75
SEATS SALE WENTCHEE
DRUG CO. COMMENCING
ON SUNDAY.
A CORNER LOT
;20 ACRES land in East Wenatehee,
river front; easy terms.
Walter M. Olive
Columbia Valley Bank Building.
Let Me
Haul Your Garbage
James Latham
City Scavenger
Baggage and light dray work
done.
Phone 1435.
BLACKSMITH AND REPAIR
SHOP.
Have opened in the old Vachon
stand on Wenatehee avenue near
Arrow Livery. Old and new cus
tomers given prompt attention.
HORSESHOEING
We Guarantee Satisfaction.
McCULLOUGH & LONG,
The Blacksmiths.
FOR SALE
My Home Site in
East Wenatehee
For Terras and *
Prices See
L. O. Hall
PRACTICAL HORSESHOER.
Have you registered? If you have
not, remember the time is short.***
Open Nights
Until
10 O'clock

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