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1.. LAHB. President. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. It HADLEV, Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK
Capital - - $25,000.00
We afford depositors a place of safety for their money, and extend to nil 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 per cent interest,
compounded seml-annually. No matter how small your deposit, we will take it and safe
guard It for you.
Money to Loan Upon Approved Security.
GOOD PLUMBING^ 1!
« Is one of the most important features about a $
$ house and should receive careful attention at the £
% hands of the owner in selecting good fixtures and *
% material and to see that the work is done in a %
2 a proper sanitary manner. : : : : M
1 NO CHARGES FOR ESTI- I
1 MATES OR ADVICE I
1 Wenatchee Hardware Co. I
« A. F. ANDERSON, Mgr. C
1 Wenatchee, - - Washington |
The "BRICK" Saloon
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection
BURKE & CO. - ° Proprietors
L Lamb Pres. C. R. Lamb. V.-l'res. Ci. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS. Trens. & Mcr
Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leavenwortn, wash
Lamb-Davis Lumber Co
WESTERN WHITE PINE
Dealers in all kinds of building material.
Leavenworth, ... Washington
E. F. SPRAGUE, I
FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EM BALM ER I
Lady assistant when desired. |
Parlors on Front street at rear of Griggs block. i
Office phone 21. Residence phone 23. |
Farmer's Phone Connection &a
Night rails promptly answered 1
Wenatchee - - Wash. |
rifTT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
EMIL -—- ■
Fresh and Cured Meats
* *»-*■• l **• Motto: Not how cheap, but oh !
How Good. :
Old Reliable LEAVENWORTH, wash.
Broke Into Ills Iloune
Send Your S. LeQuinn, of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his customary health liv in
, _ . ..' ' >.'?'( ration of chronic constipation. When
Job Printing tO Dr. King's New Life Pills broke Into
his hou»e, his trouble was Hrrested and
__, r-/->ii/-^. /Mf now he's entirely oared. They're eimr-
The ECHO Office, j antacd to cure, We at City Drug Store.
Beam & Smith, Building- Contractors.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of Building- and Woodwork
Our reference is scores of satisfied customers
' LEAVEN[WORTH, WASHINQTO?r
< 'lllirrll Service*.
COHGBEOATIOHAI^-Servfces every Sunday.
Sunday Mhool at 10 00 ». m.
Publlo worship at It CO a. m.
Evening HPrvlee at 7 SO p m.
Meeting for conference, prayer ami bible
study ill the church every Saturday at 7 30. .
The Ladle's Guild meets every Thursday at
a 00 p. m, at the home of members, us announced
Busy Bees meet every Saturday at 3 00 p. m.,
at the home of the members.
The old bulidtnif will be used for religious ser
vices while the new one Is belni? constructed.
Everybody invited to attend all or any of the
services. w g DlxBV( Pastor ,
W. S. Bixby, Pastor
CATitOLIC— services at the Catholic church
every fourth Sunday in the month; muss nt
7:30- a. m : Sunduy school at 3pm.: vespers
1:301) m. • low mass following monday.
Father 11. Ci'lin. Pnstfr.
couiiT hoi si: news
The following transcript of the busi
ness transacted in tin Court House for
the past week is furnished this paper
by John A. Gellatly, Wenalcheo, the
abstractor, whose business advertise
ment will be found in another column.
Ittal Batata 'rnin»lcr»
U S to John Stopple lots 10 12
swV4 swVi sec 84 99 17
Ii H Sleeves to Martha Stewart
lots 25 '-'() blkl3Gib add Chcliin. 00
A B Peters to -1 J Sharp wHwH
swi4 ntV 4 tee 20 23 20 1650
Ro«e Ehrenberir to C H Chap
man lot 10 blk « Bolen add Wtn. 45
J Bernstein to O II Chapman It
II ]2bIk3IGNP Wen 200
T C Wilson to Veronica Wilson
lot C Haley 3rd add Wen 1000
J C Paton to J C Pat on ,lr neVi
nwViseo ii 23 l!) 1
Wen Dcv Co to J B Palmer lots
20 21 blk 20 G N P Wen 290
Wen Dcv Co to .T B Palmer lot
2223 blk 20 G N P Wen 1
C E Arnold to.) O HelDclselman
lots 1!) 20 21 22 88 blk 82 G N Plat
U S to Mary S Howe seVi sec
24 27 1!)
CJ Craig to Hiidney Brum
baugh lots .i i 5 G 7 8 !) 10 block (i
Thos Henderson to Haltie B C&Z
VanSlyko nV'2 nwVi sec 327 23 ... 450
Nellie Tidmarsh to W 8 Oehr
V-int lot 27 28 33 33 blk 11 GN P
G S Merriam to T Al Nickels Us
4 0 (i blk 2 Merriam add Leav 150
G S Merriam to John Cnrsteiw
lot 8 blk 2 Mere-lam add Wen 50
C 3 Lundy to W J CarrnVi Bel 4
neV4 neV4 sec 5 2220 4.",0
G H Stillwell to Jn<> Bourne Jr
y 2 int mines ptehekin dist 20
Wen Dcv Co to Mrs A Q Uaiuy
lots 12 3 4 blk 37 N Wen.... 280
Jessio B Jones to Mary BoMan
pt blk 3 Woodrlog'i plat Ca»h... 225
Mrs. F.lla Strintr to Mrs Treesie
Williams sw'/i ne'4 sec 4 23 10... 2090
J II Barcrott to Cora A Natter
field eV 2 soVi sec 28 22 20 12D0
Saves Two From Oi'niii
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi
land, of Armonk, N. V., '"but when all
other remedies failed, we paved her life
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our
niece, who had consumption in an ad
vanced stage, also used this wonderful
medicine and to-day she is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discovery
as to no other medicine on earth. In
fallible for coughs and colds. 60a and
$1.00 bottles guaranteed by City Drug
Store. Trial bottles free.
George Turner's whole campaign is a
bid for republican votes. An acknowl
edged railroad man, supported by Geo.
Stevenson the well known lobbyist,
there is little reason to believe Mr.
Turner sincere when ho says he is a
commission man. His record as a
once ultra-protectionist, later as a radi
cal silver man and his complete rever
sal of these positions do not encourage
the belief that his professed hostility to
railroads is other than a political ex
pedient. His defeat of Senators Toll
man and ITallet shows that be has no
mind to encourage friends of the com
mission if they presume to stand in its
political path. The conference with
George Stevensoi held in Spokane Sat
urday, July 23, at which the editor of
the Spokesman-Review was present,
Stevenson's subsequent action in com
ing out openly for Turner and muzzling
of the Review which up till then had
been bitterly denouncing Stevenson as
a corrupt all prove that Turner
ie in some sort of an Alliance with Lob
byist Stevenson. —Puget Sound Mail.
There never was a lime in the his
tory of the world when agriculture was
as popular as it is now. The possibili
ties of the industries are so many, and
wise men are beginning to see what the
future has in store for the agricultur
ist. If you have a good farm, hang on
to it. If you have not, get one as soon
as you can. No one has solved the pos
sibilities of an an acre of good soil.
Boys, stick to the farm, and when you
are old you will be thankful that you
have done so.
Grover Cleveland originated the
phrase: "It is a condition that con
fronts us, not a theory.'' Applying it
to the present tituation it may be re
marked that the condition is republican
prosperity and the theory consists of
If there is a citizen of the United
States anywhere who has too much
business and too much employment and
longs for the stagnation that prevailed
from 1893 to 1890, ho can contribute to
that end by voting Ihe democratic tick
et this year.
Commercial Livery and Feed Stable
* First Class Outfit
New Buggies, Hacks and Fresh Horses
Special Attention Given to g Drivers Furnished That
Fishing Hunting aud I X— Country
Tourist Parties rj
All Kinds of Grain for Sale Horses Boarded Reasonably
SETH MORRIS, Proprietor.
Leavenwouth, - - - - - Washington.
I Home Cooking, I OVERLAND I
8 Just Like I RESTAURANT I
Your Mother | Front st ( Adjoining Dr. Shore's |
I Used tO Do. JOHN BJORK, Proprietor. 1
All kinds Rough and Dressed
CUT PRICE Lumber delivered at Leaven
worth, or at the Mill, less cost of
w ¥T m m f\ IT* T\ For Prices Call on or Address,
IMRrR P.A. LUKENS,
I^UlTlU'l^fi^ Peshastin, Wash.
lUyumMHMBIMIIIB rif'lHllfc iTTojnwi^K^BWßi^MMiMli^^^MiMßßMi
- ~ _ r i m^ _>^^^^_^^^__
Six Double Cakes | | A. A. THOLIN
Prairie Belle Soap I
For 35 Cents I 1 Post Office' Book and News
J^.v^_.w»j»-o-^r\j>j%r-u> h Store
Seetheo dffer. | FISHING TACKLE
"WVV>W^~VVV*~VSVS VV>A j —AND —
LGAVENWORTH DRUG STORE -. _ h
mmnrnmßanrm<mmma Clf HfSand I ODaCCO
_ _ Leavenworth, Wash.
HARD and j 1
WOOD REACHES I S.CWoldenberg,
wuuu two by ei<,ht I*. S. C. Woldenberg,
teen feet long. A ° 7
\\l k rt\\l lot of oalr > hickory —■-••■—■■■ ™
WAuUIN and ash 2 inches Graining and Paper
thick and from sto Hanging a specialty
10 inches in width. *» *» ' j
TIMBER J- B Hathway Frescoing if desired
A , Call on Hous^ and Sign
M. G. Thomas to see "«us>- <«'" oi^n
The LOBBY - ™~ ——
iiiiihihhhiiiiHill mi Leavenworth, Wash.
Just across from the Depot | |
PUKE WINES and LIQUORS
GOOD CIGARS John Tllol.lN JOHN Smith
1 TUOI.IN A- S^ilTl»,
COURTEOUS TREATMENT The gT^ —^ rt —
T * S,' *■£ It«>ii(l<'«l \Vhl*lu'.v* mid Uruiulle*.
i icKeis Imported .. Wines .. and .. Cigars
To and from all *szem • „
Points East 1; !®ff Q-aRFIELD
Great Northern R'y A If<ts|>
Short Line To *» Is I **-&>*
St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago t3» ; . • f § wrUHMIW
and points east "«' ' !;^I AND
2 FAST TRAINS 2 jR/BfeTK.
DAILY *** •i^ 4ffsJ
New Equipment Throughout Day H^Sht^ f?*F**\
Coaches and Tourist Sleepers, Dining . .. jjw
i and Buffet Smoking Library Cars
Trains Leave Leavenworth Dai.y , NO OTHER BOOT HAS AS MANY
fonowi: Leave L^.nworth D.ul> a. WATER-PROOF QUALITIES.
Wphl-Xo 1-The Flyer 1:5.1 p.m. °r Sale by
West-No. Pair"! Mouuu Kxiir«»».»:80 •.!!). r> l-l /—r»4UA»« JC /"/-\
Kuhl-No.a-iheKljcr >:*>» ■» P. H. GRAHAM & CO.
Must-.Nj. 4-Kusiern Kx.-iun.- 2:b3p. in.
Special Excursion rates —
toChicago,StLouis and " inHM Mrt , nPN
all eastern cities JOHN HOLDEN
Does things In any part of
For tickets, Hates, Folder*, and Full the city such as delivering
Information call on or address freight, express and ba-
P. M. Long, A*ent. Jggnwort. Wash. or I ago. yon worth." J
01-.' First Avenue, ' ' Seattle, WusU. ~m~'/J'