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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, May 06, 1908, Image 3

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The Question of Spring Clothes
Is answered by this splendil stock. We invite your inspection,
no matter what size or build you may be—or how conservative or
radical your fashion notions miy be.
The altogether exclusiveness of our patterns will first impress
you. Then the fit—that is perhaps your difficult point. If you'll go
into the details of making evidences of superior skill and tailoring
talent.
Style and Quality Store.
We lead, others follow —but always a season behind.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
have that screen door made. Call on
Geo. E. McCann
for quick and satisfactory work. Columbia St.; next door to laundry.
THE WENATCHEE WOODWORKING PLANT.
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.
McCULLOCGH & LONG,
The Blacksmiths.
W. M. RICE,
The Leavenworth Liveryman
Prepared to furnish rigs, sad
dle horses and pack trains to
the Chelan County and tran
sient trade. Oue of town cus
tomers phone of write.
RICE THE LIYERYMAX.
FOR SALE.
My Home Site in East Wru.-tt
chee. For terms md
Prices See
L. O. HALL
Practical Horsesho»r.
For Kalsomlning, go to Russell.***
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
A CORNER LOT
20 ACRES land in East Wenatehee,
river front; easy terms.
Waiter M. Olive
Columbia Valley Bank Building.
' Under Two Flags" Thursday night
Canvas shoes are mucu 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
90c.**»
Have you registered? If you have
not, remember the time is short.***
For artistic signs, see Russell.***
If you have any article to sell or
exchange an ad In the classified col
umns will bring quick results.
Don't forget to register for the
coming city election. Only a few
days left.***
One-third off on Wall Paper at M.
O. Merrill's, 105 X. Mission st***
Have you registered? ff you have
not, remember the time is short.***
"Under Two Flags" Thursday nig.it
Southside Items.
L. J. Cowan and wife left for Mon
tana Sunday to be present at the
hedside of the former's brother.
Tney received the sad news that he
had been probably fatally scalded in
an explosion.
The Dry Flat school resumed its
session on Monday, May 4. after a
month's vacation.
iae Beaver Creek school started
a three months' term of school after
one week vacation.
L. Kuhlmann is making prepara
tions to drill a well. He expects to!
get water at less than two hundred !
feet, but will go five hundred feet if,
water is not obtained before.
Coyotes and squirrels abound
these days, and the former is after I
the latter with poisoned wheat, and!
gets an occasional shot at the former (
with a rifle.
Those hauling wheat are getting
76 cents a bushel.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON', WEDNESDAY, MAY C, 1908.
Register for the coming elec
tion.**«
Grand opening of the Palmetto Fri
day night.***
"Under Two Flags" Thursday night
Dr. L. B. Manchester, dental office,
Columbia Valley Bank Building.*-**
Register for the coming elec
tion.***
"Under Two Flags" Thursday night
Grand opening of the Palmetto Fri
day night***
Dr. L. B. Manchester, dental office,
Columbia Valley Bank Building.***
Don't forget to register for the
coming city election. Only a few
days left.***
Ernest Langley has taken a posi
tion behind the counter with the We
natehee Drug Company.
Dr. L. B. Manchester, dental office,
Columbia Valley Bank Building.***
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Griffin of Gro
ton, S. D., uncle and aunt of J. L.
Robertson, are in the valley on a
visit
Chas. Fry has just installed some
new machinery for making shoes.
Thomas Cox, father of Clarke Cox,
is back in Wenatehee after having
spent the winter at Medford, Ore.
For Wall Paper bargains, see Rus
sell.***
One-third off on Wall Paper at M
10. Merrill's, 105 X. Mission st** L
"Under Two Flags" Thursday night
Prices reduced for shoe repairing
at Chas. Fry's.***
Grand op ming of the Palmetto Fri
day night.***
For Painting and Papering, go to
j Russell.***
Pat Xolan and Gus Kamholtz were
down from Badger mountain the first
|of the week and contracted with Guil
j ford Marr for lumber for a new
'school house, which is to be built
; there during the summer.
j Notice is hereby given that the
j registration books will close Friday,
May 8, at 5 o'clock p. m.
5-8 SAM SUMNER, City Clerk.
One-third off on Wall Paper at M.
G Merrill's. 105 v. Mk. ion st***
j Co to Chas. Fry, the reliable shoe
I man for sewed half soles. Price
| same as nailed. ** *
Chas. Gray of Entiat was in town
yesterday. He states that he is ;>re
paring for an elargement of his elec
tric plant at the mouth of the En
tiat, and expects to furnish his share
of power for the irrigation of Orondo
Flat.
J. J. King, ex-representative, was
down from Leavenworth yesterday.
Mr. King may decide to make the
race this fall for the legislature, but
states that he has not yet made up
his mind definitely on the matter
Hayden Lumber Company Builds.
The Hayden Lumber company is
building a large addition to their
warehouse on Columbia street. The
new addition is two hundred feet in
length.
Woman's Exchange.
Millinery; Corsets made to order
and in stock; hair goods; hair
worked.
MME. TIFFANY,
Opposite Columbia Valley Bank
Don't forget to register.***
W. H. Sands and Bill Watson, who
are scheduled for a wrestling match
in Wenatehee next Friday night are
both now in Wenatehee and taking
rigid training for the coming event.
Sands is fireman on the switch engine
in the yards here; Watson hails from
Eureka, Cal.
Xotice of Primary.
Notice is hereby given that a re- I
publican primary will be held at the
M:ller School House on Tuesday
evening, May 5, 1908, 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.
HAVE YOU SEEK
SALT LAKE CITY AXD DENVER?
j These are cities of note and you
' should visit them
! Take O. R. & X. R'y when travel-!
ing east or south from Spokane.
WM. McMURAY. G. P. A., j
Portland, Ore.
J. R. NAGEL, T. P. A.,
j 60S First Aye., Seattle, Wash.
Advertised Letters.
Letters remaining on hapd in the
J postoffice at Wenatehee, Wash., for
| the week ending May 5, 1908:
' A. J. Bontzman, Mr. and Mrs. Cole
: man, Mr. Alex Dickinson, Mrs. L.
Drew, C. E. Ellis, Alfred Fitch, H.
Folliard, George Foster, Harry Had
fleld, Mrs. Molly Henry, Miss Olive
Hodges. Mr. Hannan V. Klapp. Mrs.
Mary Maberry (2), G. L. Jones, Ed.
Johnson, A. Pringie (2), Mrs. Mabel
Roupp, E. E. Roupp, H. A. Smith, G.
W Thomas, T W. Thompson (2), W.
G Yeomans
CITY NEWS
Notice to Voters.
STATE COLLEGE
EXPERIMENTS
(Continut-d from Page One.)
years, but we are going at it again
this season. In the past we have
sought the cause of the blight, and
tried to discover a remedy, giving
about an equal amount of attention
to each line; but this season we will
busy ourselves chiefly in trying to
discover a cause, believing that with
the cause known, we can apply reme
dies more intelligently. This disease
is peculiar to the northwest, occur
ring especially j/i the warm valleys
of Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
It is found very rarely west of the
Cascade mountains.
"In our experience, this blight is
of extreme importance to tomato
growers, and is not only extremely
difficult to combat, but is a b'.ffling
subject of investigation. Our work
to date has failed entirely to discover
either a cause or a remedy. During
the coming spring and summer sea
sons, we shall make field and labora
tory studies, and attempt to isolate
the organism that causes the disease.
"Bitter rot, w r hich has recently ap
peared in the state, and has estab
lished itself in half a dozen different
places, will be the subject of another
line of investigations. In co-opera
tion with sever aalarhdesricmfwyp
tion with several orchardists of the
fruit-growing sections of the state,
spraying experiments will be carried
on in an effort to secure an effective
remedy for this disease under our or
chard conditions. In the eastern
states this disease is a very serious
one, but 1 do not think it will prove
to be as serioas here. Bill<-t rot is
best favored where the weather is
very moist in July or August.
I • "in fighting this disease, it is very
desirable that all of the 'mummied'
apples and cankered spots on the
limbs, should be removed in the win
ter, or very early in the spring, as it
is by this means that the disease is
carried through the winter. Spraying
for this disease should begin 30 or 40
days after the fruit has set. Bor
deaux mixture should be applied at
intervals of about two weeks lor a
couple of mouths."
Don't forget, to register for the
coining city election. Only a few
days left.***
Don't forget to r-grster for the
coming city electirn. Only a few
days left.***
One-third off on Wall Paper at M.
O Merrill's, 105 X Missh.r st»*»
One-third off on Wall Paper at M.
O. Merrill's, 105 N Mission .
Register for the coming elec
tion.***
ESTES VALLEY
ORCHARDS
Free Water Right
$125 TO $350 PER ACRE
A. F. ESTES
Cashmere - Washington
Eagle Livery &
Transfer Co.
Draying, Piano
Moving, Express
Candy
Kitchen
Home of Di :cious Ice Cream
;'odas.
Nui sed.
C. F. EGGIMAN.
Proprietor.
H.J. KIMMEI.
The Builder
General Contract Work, In
cluding plain, and reinforced
concrete. With a specialty of
Cement Work.
Phone 315.
South King Street.
WENATCHEE.
FEED
Hay, Grain Chop, at the old
Proctor Stand on Mission Stree.
C. E. REEDER & SON
Don't forget to register.***
Water Now on the Grounds
and Plenty of it
4 1-2 Miles West of Casbmere.
See or Write
OWNER
The
In a Nut Shell
Large Sales, Small Profits
See Our
17-Jewel Waltham Watch $10.
Wenatehee Souvenir Spoons 75c
Call and see our large stock.
Our prices are eight.
HOWARD THOMAS,
The Jeweler.
Readymade Flumes,
Special Fluminq Lumber,
Headquarters fjr Wilson's
Lime. Delivered.
We guarantee
our stock equal
to any. Come
and inspect it.
We do not sell
you No. 2 stock
for No. 1.
Free architec
tural plans with
a purchase of
S2OO or more.
Guilford
Marr
NEAR THE NEW BRIDGE
Office phone 145
Residence phone 585
Have you registered? If you have
not, remember the time is short.***

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