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To Chiwawa River
Leave Chiwawa river
Monday and Thursday
of each week at 1:00 p.
m. Leave Leavenworth
store Tuesday and
Friday of each week
at 8:00 a. ro. Passen
gers will be carried from
Chiwawa river to Lake
Wenatchee at additional ■»'■■
r; 1 I\r To Chlwawa river Jl.nn: in
fA X I termedia-e points Tc per
I nix*** ml | e . m (nt mom charge 25c.
Apply (or freight rates. . -
v Great Northern Time Table.,.
""■ Arrival and departure of trains.
West Bound: I East Bound:
i No. 1 No 4
ArSISPN Dpts tBO PHI Ar Ban PN Deptß a -Xi t>*
".-. No. 8 I No. 2
Ar2tolN Dpi- ■-'.'!) M Ar a -»>»¥ Depts 2 BSMi
• I Bleu ell and l.i«ifiinorili Mat..
! Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday
-sod Friday at 7«.
■ Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at Hunt.
f ■Carries passengers and express.
ft H. S. IRWIN. Prop. Stage Line.
• Royal Crackers at Bliss Bros.
.Royal Crackers the erispest cracker
made. " ■••••' -; .' •• ' "
/* Royal Crackers at Leavenworth Mer
'V, Magazines, periodicals and j late pa
pers at Blocksedge's.
.fßlorksodgc's is a good plaice to : get
your chewing and smoking tobacco.
If taken this month, keeps you well
all bummer. It makes the little ones
«at," sleep and grow.'" A spring tonic for
the whole family. Hollistei's' Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or" Tab
lets. , City Drug Store.
About the bent place to get most any
thing you ' want, and he keeps most
«xerytl}iog you do. want, . is » Black
sedge's near the Big Rock. ~"-""5tf ;
j If you cannot eat, sleep or work, feel
mean, cross and ugly,., take Holli&ter's
Rocky Mountain Tea i this month. . I A
■ tcnie^or the -siclc.—There is no remedy
• f quart: to it.' 35 cents Tea or Tablets.
|pty Drug Store. ' ', ,--..- ril -.-,j _, •
+>&,- will- bring rich, red blood.- firm
flesh and muscle. That's what H.ollis
€?r's Rock? Mountain Tea will do.
Waken this month, keeps J oil well all
umsaef.' l' 35 , ceiifs, 5 Tt*-or-lfflatilfte
flL'ity Drug Store. l V rf
ft Eating and Cooking pi'l<- %'
1 1 In great abundance and
at, prices that cannot fail to meet your
lews. y.'];^.;-\;^ l - \ P'eodleton. j
''. •'''-♦', Dry Tire Wool ; ,--" I
J| i have 75 cords of dry wood, .16 and 18
'inches long, for sale. See ,me; or leave
• orders at City Drug Store. ' J. B. Hath
away.. -4,■; ■ ..,•' ■'■ ■• .i;. V.* 48-tf
• I. W. Harprf \VhUkey
Pronounced by w«rld'» best experts
The World's 'Best Whiskey Grand
Prize-Highest Award St. Louis World's
Fair. Sold by Thos. Armour & Co.
• , . Overland Bar.
Three Room House
» One Block from Depot
j 1 Inquire of Dr. McCoy. 1
\ Curd.Parti**, yrj:.
; Souvenir score cards for progressive
♦card parties for sale at the Echo office.
Twenty-four cards 25 cents. No two
Clalronrt and Violin.
\ Those who may desire to take lessons
on either of these instruments now. have
Inn opportunity of doing so. Miss Retta
McDaniels will, give private lessons
\ every Tuesday. - : -''■•■' '"
1 Butterick Patterns at Leavenworth
Mercantile Co. -. . *.. ..--»>
. . ■*»'• Have Sold .rr (■■! ■
| Harrington Flour ever since we have
"been in business. We bank on its
merits as a perfect flour. When we
say Harrington we" say the best there
'i*. Leavenworth Mercantile Co. j
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There la No Disappointment, ',
In a sack of Harrington Flour—Us
the same yesterday,, today and tomor :
,row—as standard as sterling silver and
reliable as day. j, "* • - j '
' Leaven worth Mercantile Co.
• - Ih. redlhl. Kriili.lHi . - i
j It would have beed incredible brutal
ity if Chas. F. Lemberger. of Syracuse,
N. V,. had not done the best he could
for his suffering ton.. •'M.V boy,' he
Kayo, ''cut a fearful gash over, his eye,
'Mil applied Buckle'ti's Arnica Salve,
which quickly healed it ami saved hi»
i-ve."' Good for burn« and ulcers too.
Only at City' Drug Store. ; . .
Salesmen and salesUdies in this and
adjoinlnir U-rritory.- to reprefent and I
advertise the wholesale department of.
kg old ctablisbtd contmercial house of |
solid tinancihi standing.* Staple line.
K*lary.a3JSai>er.dav. pa'ul weekly. «nh
.Wnepses; ad need ;dj wt frj>m.head-
BV>^,.titi.» -bi!g>y "mrnisbed
•when t)««-^ary.,-. We furnish every
lhirß. (uoMUA permanent.' Addr>--s:
The olumhu* House, CBO Monon Hidf,
Chicago, 111. • ■-:-''■ *3t2« '
Town and County
Mr. G. H. Moore, of Seattle, has ac
cepted a position with Bliss Brothers.
Mrs. Ole Sands left last Tuesday "for
Wenatchee where she will join her hus
band. • •
Quite a number of the mill company's
logs are coming down the river on the
If everything continues favorable the
big- saw mill will begin . operations
about April tirst.
R. D. Abbott and wife left for Seattle
last Tnesday to be gone for a few days
visiting with friends.
R. F. Templin. of Cashmere, is build
ing a new blacksmith shop opposite the
Commercial Livery Barn. ",
I Mr. Petrel Davis is not sick^says the
agent , of , the land department, he was
only Leached out of a hat, : ■.. -'-,■„
' Mrs. A. M. McPheters left for the
Sound last Saturday for a few days
visit with friends in Seattle.
Judge Victor Martin, of -Wenatehee,
spent last Friday in Leavenworlh, and
while here called on the Echo. ' '
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Geo. S. Merrian. of the Leavenworth
Mercantile Co. made a business visit to
Wenatchee the first of this week.
' W. W. Thomson -was orient the - Chi
waukum citizens who paid his. respects
to Leavonworth friends this week.
Miss Pansy.Henry, of - Cashmere, i
spent several days in Leavenworth this
week visiting the family. of L. H. \ Tur- 1
ner. »*>>> . '.vV> % ,,- I
' Mr*. C. H. Allen, of Pe=hastin, is
yisitiirg Leav^nwoi-tli .friends, Tdividing
her time between.sl is. and Mrs.
Spencer. P .1":" 3' !':•"•" --'iS ~
" A party of friends met by accident at '
the home of Dr. Hoxsey. on Wednesday I
evening and enjoyed music, cards and
luncheon. '. V.."""
J. .B. Ballou baa moved his ; black
milh shopjnto a building fronting r the
grain store. ■■ i:: '■'' I .: i S •:. .•■■ «.
Miss Doris Alberg, who has nt the
past few months with the family ofiEmil
Frank left for Seattle last 3' Wednesday
where she has relatives. F ' '
Mrs.-Susan Shortly, who luft h,e.re
lust fill' for Anacqrtes, Wash., relumed
to Leaven worth last Sunday morning
and will again make her home hera.77
!l Mrs. Frank Sutlon was v.?ry stfk^asl
week. ' For a time her fricnds'-deßpaif
ed of her life. She is now convalescing
and in a fair way to complete recovery. 1
'H. X. Featherstone ; is putting the
finishing touches to a seven room house
on the. north side of the railroad track.
He will have a very. substantial. house
when completed.., ...,_■■
The warm weather of the past'two
weeks lias caused a four foot rise in the
Wenatchee river. This' is unusually
early for the river to rise, but then this
warm weather is too.
Robert Nicho of Chlwawa river
country has been confined*, in the
Leaven worth hospital for the past three
weeks with a broken leg, returned to
his home last Tuesday. ,
Mr. Hamilton tells us he. is engaged
in extending, improving and otherwise
putting the light company's plant in
tirst-class order. The, service on the
north side of the track will soon be • ex
tended 10 several residences.
• Everybody who'goes to Wenatchee
stops at the ElUerta Hotel.. Why? Be
cause it is the best place; in the town.
Courteous attention, good table and
nice clean rooms and beds. This makes
the sum totat-of a first;xla«rhtrtrir-H'
: M. H. Gore arrived hero Friday from
Detroit, Minn., and.will yUit-witli bis
son. W. E. Gore, of tbe,Chunistick vat
ley. It' is Mr. Gore's intention, if he
likes our country . and. climate, to per
manently locate here and later send for
his family. /_ ;;.• t -.Jf,
' There is an unconfirmed rumor flout
ing around that a hair 'interest' in one
of the Sadoske group of iiiin.-s was re
cently sold for nine thousand dollars.
The parties whose nami's are connected
with the sale is M. F. Peak and an
Everett a»sayer. .■•'.« ». . -* - \
The bridge on the Luke •WensU'bee
road across the Cbiwaw«M»ver.is in im
minent danger of going out with th*
high water this spring. The west apt
proach i» being., undermined;*l>yi the
raging water of the ttream and is at
present in a dangerous condition. '
• The Saturday night dancing school
was attended by the largest crow 4
which lias yet turned out. Mr. Me
DanieU' popularity is growing all; the
I time. Are you going tomorrow even-
I in"? The class lessons will be followed
[by°a social dance until 13 o'clock.
But You Must You Know
wear sboes. We have !ea>t fifty styles for ladies and even as much in men's wear.
We went to say something about our new spring fabrics for dressy wear
Swisses, Batiste, Lawns, Foulards, Lace Novelties
We have by far the largest and finest line of Dress Goods ever brought to this town
We are a little vain about it and like to show the Roods. Come in and look us over.
LEAVENWORTH MERCANTILE CO.
A. .T. Martin came up from Cashmere i
lust Saturday and spent Sunday with :
his wife and Willie D.
>; Tin' roof of Mrs. A. J. Martin's boose
took lire from B Hoe last Wednesday. 1
The tire was discovered before it. had
time to make much headway and put
out before it had done much damage.
The pang of wofHnjen wUo'have been
engaged for the past tix^fceks clearing:
I Chiwawa river of« o-g-k^ a*d : driftwood j
for the Lamb-Davis Lumber Company,
I completed their task. last Friday and j
moved camp to Wiif.'iJtlfgi .■*:-" lilace on j
Wenafcbee river.- ■ «■ s » • - ~ ■
Miss Maud and he* brother, Bom
Taylor, came in from S-jat;ie last Sun- j
day morning and will make their home ;
;in Leavenworlh. Miss Taylor will take
I up housekeeping with her brother-in- j
i law, L. F. Kohrbsck, in the Watson '
house in the east end uptown. , , t
• It is -reported that-" cm? of Ike We
natchee saw anil box mil?*'is consider- i
ing the a«lvi#ahility t*tvuoving it- plant |
to Chiwaukuui in order? uearer to
the source of timber.supply. * Lops lor
'■box making are lieeontißpso that i
there is no profit in -the business at We
'natch'ee. <st': B f»ca for•.'.«'is >"era*:,
Mrs." Mac McLuri;'>Tl'bn^\*pdnc'<l:iy
for Seattle to visit fur'lbe next:'iiHVo •
weeks with her,maldieEwis Her nieJej '
•"Miss Ivy Hutitley, 6f.i*eßßle.'»Hvhor ha-i I
spent the past two tflonths"ifitli l Wrs. :
Picture I,'' and becanl^ cpiife popular
with the young 1 folks of "Eoavenwcrili.
will accompany her. -1 -*— IV&& ■
a.*-, v.i , I ifamvr Bwa 1o mitln saw 4 *'
. .Messrs.- H. A. t and ;T I. W. ; Denny, of
Rea'rdon, Wash., were vUitors to our
town the fore part.of^Ws week. ■ The
reports of the tinjling .of some rich
mineral in the vieinjiiA\»if.Leaven\vorth
brought -these geptle^Jjen . here,. We
have not heard the .result, of their in
vestigation or if,th*y bjiviv vested in
any of the mineral lanU> in this section.
'* The'ScatClub,'^of which 6rbs'sf<itter
Glavser is the; master ''of'ceremonies. ■
met at the home of Cliarios Anderson '
last week. " Mr. Frank "walked off with I
the chief honors a<:aiii and Mr. Ander
| son was 1 relegated to Vhe foot of the
class, which was f't'he nin-t unkindtst
cut of all considering that he was
the host ' • ' ' '•'■•-; li '■
m' . 'w '"; '■ •;' -.<-.;• .JJ j;i ••• "
I,t is about time for \he,,desuip:e3 of
Isijac Walton to wake up. from : a long: I
winter's na.j>. rub their «'yes- and get i
ready to go, fishing.,; This ie to say,
that at the P. O. Novelty ; Store you can
get just what you want in the way of a
fishing outfit. A .i)ew*suiH»ly of rods,
lines, flies, hooks, : basket^.and.-indeed, .
everytliitiy that a iiro^crly cuuipped
tiiherman need*. ..Jlen>esnji*r this when
you get your out til,. f f.-c Si)S. t : It
' Colons! Leach. Who it in Ul9 employ
of the land department of the. govern
ment, "ith heaiiyial'l' ■' - UfWalervillp,
was a visitor to tTie Echo office on
Monday;" "While tjtit'JC^nel Ua terror
to all those who . evade your Uncle
Samuel's land law requirement*, he is,
when off duty, with no scent of land
fraud in the air, a most pleasant and
agreeable gentleman to meet. If you'
don't think he enjoys a joke just give
him a chance. ■ • *
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■It is currently "Reported that Al
Pitoj) intends to engage in agricultural
pur/uits. .He has leased ,pr:t.<>ught a
piece of j, round fron^ils' !h.e rjvir near
the Losckamp re«ideoce and will plant
it.ti <miorn and. potatoes. He says .he
will the cost and work of "irrigat- ,
ing" BUVcroti..Hhlii $VU, M U)eolli"!l>
will bring enough moisture "from the
eyes of the potato*'' to b.ith crops
grow. He will apply-far letter* patent
!if his theory works, of winch he has no
doubt. So sure i- be that it will prove
successful that he is closing contracts
with parties to county right? for
next years use.
<-'■*■•■• -■■' hbh >:t>3i f >■:-•
Our new spring stock of shoes will be here
! in a sfrfirt time and to make room for them
we" will sell for the next week all ladies
and cshiidrens shoes at L'O per cent discount.
Bt<si<iis w<'liave a number of odd lots that
we are soil in tr at from ito Vs off. This sal«
will positively last only one week, and
these are ftr«l class pomls in every lespect
and fully guaranteed by us. We deliver
good's to all par!s of the town besides mak
ing the price. Yours truly,
LEAVEN WORTH, WASHINGTON
PURE STUFF Gentlemen With Discriminating
BELMONT Should Patronize the Place That
Oscar Pepper Handles These Goods
Guckenheimer Rye , .
OPERA BAR THOUN * SMITH
I PURE STUFF | Leavenworth. Wwh.
fTHE BEST EVER
Wi'.l.avi 1 v beautiful line of new
■,n lhr jicw effects and in fine fabrics
and at'sucii prices that leaves no
| excuse for home making—
75c ts . to $3 .5 O
Leavenworth Mercantile Co.
Tilt' (.till 4 lull Shoot*. . Pauflmir Train* < Ihiiilm Tlnn . '-
The Leaven worth Gun Club had its The Mew lime table of the Great
! tirst meet last Sunday on" the oul ball Northern, which went into effect last
ground., norlh of the" depot. .Quite a Sunday makes considerable change in
largo crowd look advantage of.the floe I the arrival and departure of trains,
weather and witnessed the isli<>otin<». Leaven-worth id now the meeting pl*oe
Following is the score: *J." B. Adams, for all trains. No. 1, wes^ bound, «f
--22; Mr. Conver»e, 14; i." M. Sorenson, rives at 2:25 p. at., jtad depart*at 2:30:
I.': Paul Lachmund, 10; .1. W. Elliott, No. 2,- west bound. arrives at 2:20 a. m.
II; John Tholin, 5.. .The Interest in the an* departs at 2:25. No. 2. west bound,
sport is heightened by the fact that the arrives at 2:20 a. m , and departs at
3 1 R un dub T U inWenatchee this f^^t^^.k^rZ S4S
y.ii- and some of our local crack. shots . and d e parttrre of trains, particularly in
are practicing with a view of "entering the day time usually attracts quite m
I tho i:>:;- contest. "■ ">". - crowd ,':r:.*.! i'^ j