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Great Northern Time Table.
Arrival and departure of trains.
M e»t B^und: lEast Round:
No. I No. 1
Ar 143 «i Dpts 1 r.JHI Ar 2 sft ra Depts 3PM ]
No.:) I No 4 I
Ar .1 03U) Upts 3is« Ar 1 -jr. am Depts 1 30 ak
Lravrunorth unit Kl.\v< tt Si». '
Leaves Leavenworih every Monday, Wedn-s- 1
day unit Friday at 8 ah.
Leaves Hlewe t every Tuesday, Thursday
ami Saturday at 7 am.
Curries passengers and express.
Town and County
Lew Bowman was here one day this
The subscription agent, of the P. I.
>waa here one day this week.
The very latest arrival is a boy at the
residence of W. H. Bozarth.
Thomas Coleman has commenced a
six room cottage near the mill.
Mrs. .1. M. Duffy returned to her
home in Wenatchee on Wednesday.
Howard Nichols and Orville Bethel
returned from Seattle on Wednesday.
Dr. McCoy made a flying 1 trip to Spo- j
kane last Friday and returned Saturday.
Lawrence Nelson has gone to house
keeping in one of Dr. Shore's cottages.
This Burke left for Seattle Wednes
day. lie will spend about a week 00
F. M. Scheble, tlie Wenatohee lumber j
man spent a few hours in our town last
Prank Sutton has commenced the
erection of a modern six room cottage |
in the eastern part of town. i
George Siverly has repaired his resi
dence across the track and rented it to
the family of Mr. Southwick.
The family of S. C. Waldenberg, mv
sign .painter ami decorator, arrived
from Clinton, lowa, this week.
Dr. N. Weijier, of Minneapolis, Minn. •
Bopped over yesterday, on his way to
Seattle, to visit friends in this city.
IL Spurway.of the Spokane Daily j
Chronicle, was doing the town yester- ]
day for his paper, and called on the
The family of J. M. Townscnd ar
rived from Spokane last Tuesday. He
will soon move to his ranch up on
Among the new arrivals this week we
not* John and Fred Peterson, from
Clinton, lowa. Both men have fami
lies and mean to make Leavenworth
Doctor McCoy has been called to
Mission several times this week to con-:
suit ■with Doctor Hedge* in case of D.
1). Rockhill who is afflicted with a se
vere kidney affection.
More than forty dollars worth of den
tal work was done at Wenatchee last
week for Lcavenworth people. If you
know of a dentist wanting a location
tell him to eomo here.
Four more rooms will be added to
the Leavenworth Hospital just as soon
ns the work can be done. Patients from
a distance are constantly coming to this
popular institution to be treated.
Mr. Murphy, Taylor, Texas, has pur
chased several tracts of land in the
Wenatchee valley near Mission and |
says he will have several families out
from Texas before the summer is over.
Mrs G. C. Hall, of Wenatchee, spent j
a couple of days in Leavenworth this
week visiting with Mrs. Anna Godsoe.
matron of the Leavenworth Hospital.
It U possible Mrs. Hall may become a ;
resident of this thriving burg.
A. Blair, of N'ewburg, Oregon, rela
ted to .1. F. Hobson,of the Hobson brick
yard is here on a visit and also to look
at Eas'ern Washington with a view of j
locating. He tays the west side is too
wet for him and and not enough sun
George Inghnm will leave the tirst of j
next week for the mountains to pros- j
pect on the divide be ween Negro and
Ingles creeks. Charles Lilligren, who I
returned here some weeks ago from the
Colville country wiil i (-company Mr.
Jugham. They expect to be gone about
Charles Nelson is here on a visit to
his old friends, John Bjork and wife.
Mr. Nelson lived here in 1892, about
the time the Great Northern made its
advent. For several years he has lived
in Oregon, spendimg the past winter in
Portland. He may decide to locate in
L. V. Wells, from Wenatchee. man
ager for Central Washington for the j
Pacific States Telegraph and Tele-,
phone Company spent Wednesday in j
town looking after the interests of his
company. He siys Wenatcheo is mov
ing right along, keeping up with the ■
procession of progress. He made some
complimentary remarks on the Repute-
He but knowing something of the mod- j
esty of Brother Fowler we refrain from
making him blush by repeating what
uv heard. (
COritT IIOISK Mill 1!
The following transcript of the busi
i:— transacted in the Court House for
the past week is furnished this paper
by John A. Gellatly, Wenntehee, the
abstractor, whose business advertise
ment will be found in another column.
Itrul Batata Transfers
T II Gibson to C Wooten lota 3
& 4 bile 14 Gibson's add Chela 70
PII Crider to Laura L Fisher
lots 14 &15 (I X pint Wen SOU
Ferguson & Pate to C E Peer
lots 13 & 14 blk 30 G N Plat Wen...225
C E Peer to ,1 A Gellatly lots 13
& M blk 80 G N Plat Wen 1
Lamb-Davis Lumber Co to G S
Merriam lots 17 & 18 blk 8 L'worth,3oo
D X Darling to G S Merriam
w) lot 5 blk c L'worth 12 5
0 3 to P B Madden fin ret nw',
sec li) 27 21 387 7.">
Lama L Fisher to C L Crider
si L ,.'_. »eV4 seVisec 10 22 20 ..1000
J I 5 Hupp to BE Carver, the
Rupp ranch on Won Aye Wen 4300
Jno BJork to W II Bozarth lot
15 blk M First add L'worth 3." (
Mrs A L Coon to J F Holltngs
wotrli lot! 24. 25 & 2G b:k 82 G N
Plat \V,■:::,!« 100
Ira Freer al to J H French
pt n> 2 nui-i neli sec 023 19 1350
Wen De» Co to J H Miller lot
25 bl k 20 GN Plat Wen 123
County Treas to G E Peachy,
Tax deed pt eVs ne'/i neVi seVi sec
10 22 20
G X Peachy to Jeanaette C
Peachy nV 2 I ' 4 »M 10 22 30 1
D Mitchell to O WKlniebaugh
lots 1, 2& 3 blk 31 Cbelan Falls 500
0 S to II E Carr, fin rot, lots 3
& 4 sec 12 27 17 215 10
D S to E X Leavitt. fin ret, 180
A in see's 19 & 20 27 21 400
V2rgll Brain to W C Colt ne'i
DWI4 MC 10 23 19 2000
A F Nichols to F A Wright land
In mo 12 27 22 2300
U S to Rollin Rideout lot 14 sec
24 26 17 97 75
Janus Cnaarty to S A Chisholm
pi «V& ne'/i s»U eec 2<J 22 21 1
T R Gibson to HF Buckner
neVi se! i left sec 12 27 22 300
H A Graham to J Isenhart lot
-13 & U blk 22 Chelan 50
T J Groves to B M Le Fevre 8
lots Boieribaugh's Ist add Wen 1
1 R Jones to E I-' Stowell lots 4
& 5 blk 20 Orchard Home ad Mis.. .400
1 B Jones to Phillip Bellinger
lots I, '-' A 3 blk 20 Orchard Home
add Mission , "00
C F Brown to Otto Gordon lot
10% Sunnyslope farms Wenatchee. .178
Satisfaction of Jlortzage*
J J Blocksedge to Jas Clark e'i ne'i
sec 7 25 18 $100
A V McDonald a-signs mtg $402 to L
M Marr pt see 14 22 20
Mox Spronberg files notice of water
right on teU sec 24 17 88
J P Rupp to B E Carver bill of sale
of 1 hGrse, buggy etc $1
Ellas Marble files notice of water
right on springs for nw'4 sec 35 22 21
Columbia Valley Bank assigns chat
mtg on bar fixtures etc on lot 31 blk IS
G N Pint Wen to Olympla Brewing Co
Chat Rubin et al file proof of labor
on Blak Bear A Dedding claims Chelan
Columbia Bail way & Lumber Co file
articles of incorporation, cap $300,000
S A Chisholm to Wen Box Factory
cond sale of 1 steam boiler, $300
Jones-Shotwell ditch company to 3 II
Jones water right for Orchard Home
Mary ■' Hill assigns mtg $2300 to
Tumwater Savings Bank lots 13, 14, 15
&10 blk 3 also lots 5 & 6 blk 4 all in
Court Note»—New < a»e«
Gertrude C Morris vs Bcmlela A
Milliken et al. action to quit title to the
swU sw'i sw'i sec 33 88 20
R p Webb et al vs William Hayden,
Edward Wall per? et »', action to set
tle boundary lines between parties
Wm. Ryan, s duru-d Wiu.ruian of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
came in from Spokane to day. He is on
: his way to Los Angeles, Cila., to at
i tend the annual convention of the In
ternational Bruthcrhood which meets
: on May 11th.
J. M. Daily will leave to-day for Los
Angeles, Cala., as representative of
1 Tumwater Lodge No. 540 to the Inter
national convention of the Brotherhood
:of Locomotive Engineers which meets
I on the eleventh of May.
The next meeting of the Ladies Guild
'■ will be with Mrs. P. G. McGregor.
(From our regular correspondent). L
We note In the Spokesman-Review
that Indian Agent A. M. Anderson has
Mr. Wood one of the reporters on the
Republic, has a brother visiting him
from Tacoma this week.
The basement for Mr. Barne"s new
building next to the Farmers and Mer
chants bank is Bearing completion. Mr.
Watts has the contract.
A. X. Court way, a member of the
firm of The Eagle Livery * Transfer
Company, took Tuesday morning's boat
for Chelan, on business.
The basement for the proposed addi- !
tion to the M. E. church is Hearing
completion, and when the addition is
completed it will be the finest church in
There seems to be all kinds of train!
running at a 1 hours, to illustrate, four
passenger trains arrived in Wenatchee
Tuesday morning within an hour and a
Hon. John D. Atkinson left for
Olympia Monday after a short trip into
Douglas county. John D. is looking
well and feels better. He is quite con
fident of his nomination.
A band stand has been erected in the
city park, and the Weaatohea band
rendered their first open air concert in
it Thursday. The city has also Bet out
a number of trees in the park, and
made other improvements.
Work has been resumed on the
Griggs block. John T. Gamble of this
place has the contract for the comple
tion of the building. The contract
calls for the completion of the bnlldli g
in six weeks. Let the good work fro on.
The Christian Endeavor of the Pres
byterian church met at the home of Mr.
Patterson, on Nob Hill, laM Friday ev
ening. There were about 73 young
people present ami all reported a good
time. The evening was spent in play
ing games, and after the games lunch
was served for the small sum of ten
A meeting of all those who are in
terested in baseball is called for to-mor
row night at the hardware store of
George Keating, Stej>s will be taken
to effect a permanent organization.
John B. Adam?.
Tin' Leavenworlh Mercantile Com
pany is expanding in every direction.
The growing business of the firm re
quires more room and they are having
a balcony erected in the rear end of
their store room, which whoa completed
will give them an additional floor space
about thirty feet square.
Arthur Allen, ono of tho expert fish
hatchery men of this state has spent
several days in our town this week. Mr.
Allen has a Lomestead up near Chi
waukum which he is holding down.
The past year he has been in Oregon a
good portion of the time in the employ
of the state locating new fish hatch
Miss Bessie Walker celebrated her
Ilth birthday by entertaining a party
of her little playmates Wednesday ev
ening. Those present were: Myrtle
and Maud Wall, Lillian English, Dag
mar Ilasmussen, Alma and Harold ]
Turner, L'.oyd, Charles and toman
Durand. Jes=ie Hanson, Leta Spencer.
Arline Farmer, George Dye and Tom
my Davis. After a jolly good time and
! plenty of ice cream and cake they de
-1 parted for home leaving behind a token
of remembrance and wishing Be«ie
many more such happy birthdays.
Mr. B. W. Phelps, of Mission, spent
a duy in our town the first p*rt of the
week and while here he paid the Echo
a pleasant vUit. Mr. Phelps came to
Mission last fall with the very laudable
purpose of ougaging in the creamery
business and would have long since
been engaged in that business had he
received the amount of encouragement
his project deserved. No enterprise
that we know of would bo of greater
benefit to the farmers of the Wenatchee
valley than a creamery, furnishing a
ready market for all the milk they
could bring at a good price and by feed
ing ail their forage right on the farm,
or at least a great part of it. Weuat
chee alone buys on the Sound and at
Spokane over five thousand pounds of
butter per mouth, for which she pays
from 25 to 35 cents the year round.
You can't plow with a pine knot and
do any business. It's useless to stub
along with a broken down plow, and
you have no need to, we keep all kinds,
j harrows and iinglements as well. Don't
worry about the price, we make that
and the terms right— Leavenworth
The tiuest coffee in town is the
."Golden Gate" 40 cents per DOund at
Disch & Bliss.
Bran PllSCh & BIiSS,
Dairy Chops ucnrHAvnicc
Feed Wheat MERCHANDISE
Do You Use ARiAL?
"A MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR!"
!t's the Best.
A BASE BALL CLUB
tcuvcnworlli I* to Have? ■ Strong Or- j '
uuiil/.alioii>- Heady to .licet !
One day this week John B. Adams, i
who by the way,is a baseball enthusiast,
took it into his head that this town
ought to have a base ball team, as there
was sufficient good material out of
which to form two very good nines. All
that was required was for some one to
take hold and push the thing along.
He started out Tuesday morning and
by Wednesday night he succeeded in j
raising seventy-nine dollars to defray :
expenses of securing suitable grounds,
balls, bats, masks, pads, bag and pin*,
and such other paraphernalia as is nee-1
essary to make a first-class outfit. All i
these things have been ordered and will :
be here in time to have the first game
A lease has been obtained on an ideal
ball ground for the season. It is loca
ted in the valley north of the track,
just beyond the Bloom residence. Al
ready considerable work has been done
on the ground to put it in good shape.
It is the purpose to erect elevated seats
for spectators and make a small charge
for seats. Just . enough to pay ex-1
A meeting is called for to-morrow |
night to elect officers at Keating's
Before the summer is old it is the in- I
tention to play several match games
with clubs of neighboring towns. On
ly a little practice the boys think will I
put them in shape to dispute honors
with all who may offer to meet them
on the ball ground.
The Woman's Twentieth Century
Club held a business meeting Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Frank Suit in. It was decided to hold
their meetings weekly during the next
month instead of fortnightly as hereto
They will meet next Wednesday.May
4th, with Mrs. McLurc at which time a
very interesting program will be given.
The afternoon will be devoted princi
pally to the St. Louis Exposition and
several papers will be read on this
The standing of the pupils of room
Xo. 2 of Leavenworth High School for
the past month is as follows:
Fourth grade spelling: Bennie Bal
lou and Anna Sadoske, Ist: Willa D ■■
Martin. Alta Caslbberry and Lester
Fourth grade language: Alta Castle
berry, Ist: Anna Sadoske, -nd.
Fourth grade georaphy: Bennie Bal
lou, Ist; Charles Vest, Lester Hobson
and Alt* Castleberry, 2nd.
Fourth grade reading: Bonnie Bai
lor. Ist; Lester Hobson and Charles
Third grade arithmetic: Alfred
Frank and Bertha Turner, Ist and John
Third grade reading: Alfred Frank
and Carl Anderson, Ist; Evelyn Mo-
Pheters, Nora Dobord and George Bal
Third grade language: Evelyn Me-
Phetere. Bertha Turner and Alfred
Third grade spelling: George Bal-1
lou, Ist: Bertha Turner ai.d Willie
| Donaldson, -nd.
We have only one more month of
school and I want want to urge on tho
parents the necessity of the pupil's re
maining till the last day. Th" child
who loses a few days at each end of the I
school term it deprived of his rights.
It is enough to discourage any child.
There ii do chance for promotion. The
child will begin next fall where ho
leaves oIT now.
I also want to ask the parents to kind
ly look up our library books and send
them in. There a great number of
them still out. Mania Farmer,
LOST— Knight Templars gold charm,
return to desk Leaven worth Mercan
tile Company and receive reward.
J. H. Miller, of Wenatchee, represen
ting the. Wenatohee Warehouse Co.,
was a business visitor to the city yes?
Our long suit is hardware, been at it
for years and years and know every
inch of the business, and then we have
everything in this line you don't have
to wait and pay express charges. You
know we keep the Majestic steel range.
Ten dollars buys a cook stove. Ours is
the big store with the little prices.—
Leavenworth Mercantile Company.
J. L. Wheeler Jr., from Wenatchee,
made a flying trip to this city jester
We have sold about one hundred and
titty suits to the best dresser* in town
this spring. A whole page could not
tell the reason any plainer— it's the
quality, style and most of all the price
—Leavenworth Mercantile Company.
Among those who visited our burg
this week was Pat Lillis from Wenat
For — Rose comb brown leghorn
eggs for hatching, 11.25 for 13. H. Ral
B. N. Roger*, who is connected with
Mr. Keating, the hardware man, will
return from Everett today. He left
for the Sound Monday on business.
Arc You (iolsig Fi*lilng?
Rods, lines, Dies and all kinds of
—best and cheapest at George
Blocksedge's news bland. Front
Straw hats for everybody at l'li.-ch &
Use "Airal"' Horn-? The best Minne
apolis flour at 11.85 a sack. Plisch &
BlUs, local agents.
County Treasurer H. A. Graham
came up from Wenatchee yesterday
and will return today.
Our custom made suits are the best
and cheaper-t. Plisch & BISS.
Take your watch and jewelry repair
ing to F. B. Taylor »v Co. dealers in
clocks, watches and jewelry. Post
Wall paper. Now is the time think
of it, see Plisoh & Bliss.
For cigars, tobacco, paper*, maga
zines and books go to George Block
Don't forget to bee the summer haU
at Plisch & Bliss.
For a nice light summer hat call and
see Plisch & Bliss.
Any person legally qualified, and de
sirous of taking a homestead, can get
next to the proper thing by teeing
.1 J. King. Can accomodate at least two
such persons at present. First coins
Residence Lots for Bale
Choice residence its in First Ad
dition, on reasonable terms. Inquire of
N. M. Sorenson, Losekarap's -■ '■'■ (II)
Elliot's Anti-Rust tinware at Pllsch
Flu» for Salt-
Nearly new No -ill 14 inch Oliver
chilled plow at a bargain. Call at this
Dr. Hooey bad a call to Blewett thi*