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COI'RT HOI'SE NEWS
The following transcript of the busi
ness transacted in the Court House for
the past week is furnished this paper
', by John A. Geliatly, Wenatchee, the
abstracter, whose business advertise
ment will be.'found in another column.
Rcml Estatr Tranafern
M A Filer to B M Char! ton lots
16 & 17, blk 45, Chelan '.'.I 100
P Hamilton to Mrs F G Hamil
ton lot 12, blk 24, G N plat Wen... 100
W R Wright to Lillie Hovycll
lot 2 in lot 44, sec 12 27 31....... .850 00
W R Wright to J M Beaumont
lotßinlot4< sec 12 27 21........445 00
Mary Ralston trt A J Martin lot
7, blk », Ralstwn's add Leaven-
worth 35 00
M M Foote to H E Dunham lots
1, 2 & 3, blk 43 Chelan 150.00
M M Klngman to Mary Long
lots 11, 12, 18, 14, 15, 10 & 17, blk
8, West Chelan ...450 00
The M B Co to Chelan County
pt lot 4, blk 3, Nob Hill, Mission 100
M H Stevens to Frank Burk 00
acres in swVi sec 20 23 19 . .3500 00
E J Bryant to M E Palmer lots
9 & 10, blk 32, G N plat Wen 050 00
G A Ross to C E Stohl so»i ne'4
swli sec 33 23 20
W R Prow-el! to F W Hoffman,
4 int in lot 1, blk 1, Pairvlftw 200 00
,T F Woodring to Jno Bills lots
7, 8 &8, blk t, Woodrivg's add
Mission , 100 00
T M Butler to E C Tenyck lots
11 & 12, bjk 7, Chelan 280 00
P Souther to E Franco 10 lots
in Haley's 2nd add Wen 150 00
M H Bonar to Entiat Cern Ass'n
2 acres in seVi ne',4 seVi sec 10 25
20 1 00
J M Bainl to E France lots 18
& lU, blk 6, Haley's Ist add Wen. .35 00
,L F Calhoun to [la M Cain
Fred Nichols to Anna Carlstens
John C Enlow to Clara M Little
Court Notes—N^V Canes
Alice M M Bowron vs John E I3ow
ron. suit for absolute divorce.
On Monday morning tost a pe
tition was presented to Gover
cior Mcßride numerously signed
by people living in Seattle and
Judge Bell and Assistant Prose
cuting Attorney Craven, who as
sisted in convicting, requesting
jfche Governor to commute the
sentence of hanging against
John Reynolds to life imprison
ment. The case is rather pecu
liar one. Some time since Rey
nolds was convicted in the Su
preme' Court of King County of
killing a man. The evidence
how,ever showed that Reynolds
intended to kill another man who
had threatened Ijis life, and had
said he would iilJ Reynolds on
eight. Reynolds 3/ad previously
borne a good character. If the
governor does not interfere Rey
nolds will be hung today inside
the walls of the penitentiary,
which will be the first to take
place under the new law.
Mrs. Tom Coleman went to Spokane
last Sunday night in answer to a tele
gram advising her that her mother w.as
' very sick iftlhat j>laee-Fw«ncLs will re^
member her mother as Mrs.Luce Moore,
who visited here last fall.
George Farnsworth, agent and ad
juster for the Equitable Mutual Fire
Insurance Co., of Minneapolis, spent
several days in our town the lir^t of
this week adjusting the loss of his com
pany with Plisch & jßlish, who had fif
,teen hundred dollars in his company.
SPOKANE FOR M'BRIDE
So Say the Spokane Papers of
The following is taken from the
Spokesman * fteview of last Tuesday,
and may or may not reflect the senti;
ment of the voters of that bailiwick:
That the solid delegation from Spo
kane county to the republican state con
vention will be instructed for the re
nomination of Governor HenryMcßride
ie the linn opinion of a large majority
of the shrewd local politicians of the.
party. Since the tirst of the year a
strong sentiment for Indorsing Gover
nor Mcßride for roDomination has been
crystalizing among local politicians.and
the haste with which interests hitherto
classed as anti Mcßride have declared
themselves neutral in the governorship
light has added much to the belief that
before the county meets there will be a
regular Mcßride stampede in this coun
It would not be exactly in accordance
with facts to say that sentiment for the;
governor's nomination has increased in
the past few weeks. A more apt state
raent is that during the past few weeks
politicians of thocounty Jiave had made
manifest to them the abiding sentiment
of tho rank and lile in favor of the yuv
ernor, and that as the days go by they
are more and more inclined to pay heed
Taki'n to a Higher Court.
An lowa congressman tells a story a
bout Judge Tuthill, who presided in the
Eighth Judicial district of lowa years
ago and was some thing of a humorist
In Cedar county the qiM of Dillon a
gninst Craudall was .called on an ap
peal from thedecisionof a justice of the
peace. A member of the bar arose and
said he would suggest to the court the
decease of the appellee. Another law
yer arose and suggested the death of the
apellant. The Judge remarked that the
clerk could pass the case, as it would
probably be tried by another tribunal.
After court adjourned the following
lines were found on a sheet of legal cap
on the judge's desk;
This appeal was brought to our Cedar dis
And passed over by the Judge's awardln'
That as death had claimed the right, It was
titling that the tight
Should be on the other side of Jordan.
If the counsel who were feed In the trial to
Had reoeived enough pay for their boardln'
To finish up their task they should change of
vc mo ask,
And ulw It to the other aide of Jordan.
When the beaten and tfce beat and the law
vt r.i all meet,
TUoj' .can then try their action accordin'
To the higher law in force, for better or for
In the courts on the other side of Jordan.
Tie proceedings had prior to the judgment
of the '/squire,
Which plaintiff was desirous of avoldln 1
If taken up thar may be settled at the bar.
When they get It to the other side of Jor
The poet who wrote the lines ''Snow,
snow, the beautiful snow," has stirred
up another poet,who writes,
"I hate the reciting of "beautiful snow,"
Which leads all one's hearer's to
And yet [ would very much rather, I
Recite than shovel it off."
Another nisgruiitled One
A short time since Lew Wilinot ad
dressed an open letter to Senator Fos
ter in which he predicted an awful po
litical calamity if Roosevelt was defeat
ed for the nomination. Now comes one
H. E. Beach, from Stevens county, and
tells what he will do if Mcßride is de
feated in the republican nomination for
governor. The letter is dated at Scotia
and is addressed to the Spokesinan-Ue
view of the sixth instant. It reads :is
"Please allow me space in your paper
to hurrah as loud as I can to Low Wil
mot, for he has hit the nail squarely on
the head. While lam an old line lie
publican, having cast my maiden vote
for good old Abe in 1800,1 am still what
is termed an independent voter, and
I look upon Governor Mcßride as a
worthy mate to ow daring president,
Teeodore Roosevelt. And if this miser
"aVlle political clique can manage to turn
down Governor Mcßride, we, the inde
pendent voters, will bury them so deep
in their political gravps that even the
day of resurrection will not raise them
"Now, it ought to be patent to every
one that the hearts of the voters of the
state are set on Mr. Mcßride for our
next governor, and, if the politicians
turn him down, the democrats will go
in with a whoop, and I, old line republi
can as I am, will take the stump in
their behalf. And now, you political
tricksters, take warning. Beware of
the handwriting on the wall!"
p. H. GRAHAM & CO
it in iii Serviced.
Cobgregatiohai,—Morning service every
Sunday at;H':«: Sunday school at .00: I*™"*
peoples service 6:30 p. m.; eveninii service 7 :'io-
J. M. Cove, l'astor.
Prayer meeting every Thursday •venlag.
ladies Guild meets ever? Thursday after
CATtior.to- Services at the Catholic church
every fourth Sunday in the month; wu>s »t
J0:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 3 p. m.: vespers
7:30 p. m.; low mass following monday.
Father J. H. Colin. Paster.
rvR. G. W. HOXSEY,
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Smith's Block
Till. W. M. MoCOY
Physician anil Surgeon
Office and Reeidence at Leaveuwmth
Office hour 1 to 3.
I J. KING
J.I. KING Attorney at Law.
• Attorney at Law.
General practice. Prompt attention
to collections, legal papers carefully
drawn. Contests, and all business
before local and general land offices.
I EWIS J. NELSON
Attorney at Law
JOHN B. ADAMS,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Residence. Telephone 40.
Practices in all Courts.
Lock Box 23
Phone 325. Wenatchee, Wash.
Attorney and Counsellor
(Prosecuting Attorney, Chelun County.)
(Office In Court House)
FRED REEVES ' '
Attorney and Counselor
Court jCotnmissionei Chelan County.
jtlono.v to Loan Al>xtra«'t» made
>i.mi'> Public -- Conveyancer
Local manager lor tli« Wrnatrlm'
J. A. GELLATLY
OliU'c : Cor. IflKHlon and PaloiiHC Sis.
Mrs. H. A. Anderson's
Clean Fresh Beds
Near Congregational Church
Big Rock Saloon
QEO.L.HOPPE, "" - Proprietor
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
JOHN Tnoi.iN John SMITH
THOLIN & Mil I 11.
Bonded Wlil«k«'y« and BruudlcK.
Imported .. Wines .. and .. Cigars
Livery and Feed Stable
with one or two horses
SADDLE HORSES and DRAYING
L. H. TURNER, Prop.
T. W f QREVE, : : Proprietor
Hot and Cold Baths
L. LA/m President. V. DAVIS, Vlce-Presldent. W. H. HADLEY, Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK
Capital - - $25,000.00
We afford depositors a place of safety for their money, and extend to all our patrons every
accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Savings Department we
receive deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we pay three par cent Interest,
compounded semi-annually. No matter how small your deposit, we will take it and safe
guard It for you.
Money to Loan Upon Approved Security.
SEE ADAMS ST
Local Agent for the
MERCHANTS FIRE ASSOCIATION
STATE OF WASHINGTON
The Company that paid all its losses in the late lire in loss than ten days.
A HOME COMPANY, with headquarters in Seattle.
, John B. Adams, Agent.
I Paint Signs, or Anything on Earth
Graining and Paper Hanging a Specialty.
Frescoing if desired. Leave orders at Dr.
Shore's Drug Store.
leavenworth ' S. C. Waldenberg
The "BRICK" Saloon
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT j
Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection
BURK & CO. = - Proprietors
Same Old Place s ..„..,.,
. You Know Where It Is.
cSSSAZF™ Robt. Dye, Proprietor
• • -- " ' .
List Your Property
WITH THE^^ —
HEAL |fl§§ SI
DEED H. MAYAE, Manager.
Call at the Echo Office for Information