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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, March 11, 1909, Image 4

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Chelan, Wash., March 11. —At the
school election Saturday Mrs. C. E.
Whaley and E. F. Stichter were re
elected directors for one and three
years, respectively. At Lakeside Mrs.
S. B. Russell was reelected.
A postoffice has been established
on the Columbia 12 miles below here,
named Maple Grove, and C. J. Du
hamel is postmaster.
The L. J. Hadley 30-acre tract on
First creek was last week sold for
$3,750. L. V. Harper and Delia Del
vin secured 15 acres and C. J. Trow
the balance. This is fine fruit land,
with a good water right.
Save Money
30c Water Glasses, set 20c
35c Sauce Dishes, set 25c
65c four-piece set of Sugar, Cream
er, Butter Dish and Spoon Hold
er 50c
10c big cake Tar Soap 5c
35c Hand Lamp 25c
Best English Teacup and Saucer,
15c value, on Saturday only. . . 10c
Telephone Company Elects.
Chelan, Wash., March 11. —At its
annual meeting Saturday, the East
Side Telephone company elected the
following officers: H. A. Steele,
president; Thomas Lommasson, vice
president; Charles Colver, secretary
treasurer; L. H. Millard, W. C. Ho
genson and E. A. Stone, trustees.
The company will extend its line to
take in a number of farmers on the
north side of Lake Chelan. Chelan
is well supplied with telephones for
a town of its size. There are five ru
ral lines extending into town in ad
dition to the Pacific States company's
long distance and local system. The
government forest service also has a
line to the head of the lake.
Mr. Wergin. of Spokane, spent a
few days on his ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thornton, and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Thornton, who
have been in Spokane, are moving on
their homesteads, a few miles from
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Koenig. re
turned from Wenatchee last week,
where they have been the past win
Grove Williams of the Royal Flat,
passed through here on his way to
Low Gap, Friday.
A meeting was held in the Lin
coln schoolhouse Saturday to elect
a new director. Perry Hamilton was
Mrs. George W. Ferguson left
Tuesday for Wenatchee, to have
some dental work done.
A 10 cent social was held at the
Pleasant Hill schoolhouse Saturday
night. Owing to the busy time of
the year, only a small crowd was
present, but all report a good time,
and a neat little sum was stowed
away in the treasury.
Jack Keizer came out from We
natchee to spend a few days on his
ranch and to get his wheat sowed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Parker and
little daughter. Hazle, left Tuesday
for Albany, Oregon, near which place
they have a fine farm. This com
munity has lost a valuable neighbor
and they shall be greatly missed by
their many friends. May the well
wishes go with them to their new
home. Mr. Parker commuted on his
ranch here.
Mr. Miller, of Spokane, who owns
a section of land near here, was here
last week on business.
Miss Lillian Medler and her mother
have moved out to the former's
homestead near Morrison.
A number of Winchester people at
tended a dance at the McEwan school
house last week, and reported a fine
Miss Emma Buege, who is teaching
school near Stratford came down
Friday evening to attend the dance.
She spent Saturday and Sunday visit
ing with her brother and friends in
town, returning Sunday evening.
The President's Chums
President Roosevelt's farewell
luncheon to his old cronies at the
White House recently brought to
getner some of the strangest individ
uals in captivity. And yet the pe : *-
-s o Tial peculiarities of certain of his
in imates were not so striking as the
•In c trations thus afforded o*. Mr.
Roosevelt's catholicity of taste in his
selection of chums. He believes wlh
Burns that "a man's a man for a'
that," and true manliness attracts
him in whatever guise it may appear.
At yesterday's luncheon M. Jusse
rand, the French ambassador, and
Justice Moody of the United States
supreme court rubbed "lbows with
Bill Sewall. the old Adirondack guide,
"Yellowstone" Kelly and Jack Aber
nathy, the Oklahoma wolf hunter
who catches 'em alive in his hands.
Dr. Henry S. Pritchett, the scientist,
talked football with "Pudge" Heffel
finger and bucking broncos with Cap
tain Seth Bullock of Deadwood, while
the tennis players, beef investigators,
wrestlers, poets, boxers, educators,
novelists and bear huntf-rs were too
numerous to mention.
Chronic enemies of the retiring
president will hurl a few shafts of
ill-natured satire at yesterday's func-:
tion, but it certainly doe= not justify!
ridicule. Could a more representative;
gathering of Americans (with the
exception of the single guest from
abroad) have been brought together?
Nearly every walk in life, every in
terest which enlists the energy of
men with red blood in their veins
was typified by those who, young or
old, rich and poor, educated and un
educated, sat about the table in the
state dining room.—Pittsburg Ga
Get In On the
Lots 50 by 120 feet now
selling at $60 each. You
must get in quick if you
want good locations at
this price.

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