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. en worth and Itlewett Magr.
Leaves Leavenworth every Monday. Wednes
•lay Md Friday at *>».
l'.<'."v.'s Hlewett every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at ?ui.
Curries passengers and express.
. E. U. Shugart. Prop. Stage Line.
I ..1.. Wniiiicliir Since Line
Leaves .Leavenworth every Monday and Fri
(lily at Bii in. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m.
leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday
ta. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m.
Mull, passengers and express. For further
particulars address Joe Massie, Proprietor,
Box 71. Leavenwortb. Wash
Town and County
Buy your granite at Keating's
Mrs. Wendell Pate, from Wenatchee,
niece of Mrs. E. B. Norell, is here on
To the family of Jas. Latimer, who
lives on the Peake place, was born,
last Saturday, a fine broth of a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. King went to
Wenatchee the first of the week, to
eat New Year's dinner with friends.
Charley Newman came over from
Seattle, on Wednesday, to join his wife,
who has been here for the past week
on a visit.
Boys' sleds cheap at Keating's
Mrs. James Mackey and children
spent Christmas with the mother and
father of Mrs. Mackey. near Snoho
A man can run a store without ad
vertising, of course ; he can also wink
at a pretty girl in the dark, but what
good does it do.
Mrs. Morrison and her daughter,
Mrs. Newman, mother and sister of
Mrs. Hoxsey and Mrs. Dalton, came
over from Seattle to spend Christmas.
Buy your granite at Keating's
Sam Daly 9ent out invitations to a
number of his young lady and gentle
men i friends to meet him at the Daly
home, Friday night, January 3. -
The ladies of the Congregational
church gave a chicken dinner at the
church on New Year's day. It was
well patronized and financially success
Norjis Gray, who left here the latter
part of the summer for Los Angeles,
Cal., his former home, arrived here the
first of the week, and may decide to
again locate here.
Martin Lewis, the mining man,
came down from Nigger creek the first
of the week, and tells us'that he will
shortly leave for Carolina to spend the
winter, but will return in the spring.
Buy your granite at Keating's
The Minstrel Maids gave an enter
tainment at the opera house last Sun
day night, and drew a good crowd.
The entertainment was of the vaude
ville order, and was. altogether, very
Miss Jessie Hansen, accompanied
by her brother, Bernie, spent the holi
days with the family of H. M. Wall,
formerly of Leavenworth, but now re
siding at Anacortes. Miss Jessie is
enrolled at the Wilson Business Col
lege, of Bellingham.
The store oJ G. W. Hathaway was
feloniously entered on Monday night
and some twenty dollars worth of cigars
and chewing gum taken. Entrance
was gained by breaking a pane of glass
in the door and opening it from the
Boys' sleds cheap at Keating's.
Albert Walker, for many years a res
ident of this valley, but now a prop
erty owner and resident of Sunnyside,
Wash., arrived heie Monday morning
for a brfef visit with old friends. He
says he likes the Sunnyside country
very much, and believes it has a great
Dr. W. W. Elmer returned Friday
morning from a Christmas visit with
his wife and their daughter, Mrs. V.
R. Gaspard, of Seattle, and expects a
return visit from them shortly, ac
companied by his grandchild, when
they will remain in Leavenworth for
Boys' sleds cheap at Keating s
W. B. Devine, recently from Oregon,
has taken charge of the G. N. pumping
plant that forces Wenatchee river water
into the two large railroad tanks. Mr.
Devine's family will soon join him.
Oliver Bates and George Dean came
down from Wenatchee lake the first of
the week and spent Monday and Tues
day in town. Mr. Bates tells us about
three feet of snow has fallen at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Little came up
from Wenatchee last Friday for a visit
with the parents of Mrs. Little. Mr.
and Mrs. O. S. Sampson. They re
turned to their home last Sunday even
Misses Edna Featherstone and Bes
sie Walker entertained a number of
their young friends at the Featherstone
home last Friday evening. Games of
different kinds were enjoyed until 11
o'clock when lunch was served.
| M. F. Peake and his son, Francis,
with their families, went to Everett
last week to spend the holidays, and
returned the last of this week. Everett
was the home of the Peake family,
previous to coming to Leavenworth.
Misses Evangeline Peterson and Ed
na Featherstone, two Leavenworth girls
who have been attending the Washing
ton State College at Pullman, came
home Christmas to spend the holidays
with their parents. They will return
Sunday, Jan. 5, to resume their studies.
Miss Meda Noble and her brother,
Guy, came over from the Sound coun
try to eat their Christmas dinner with
the family of their brother, Lewis No
ble. Miss Meda has a school on the
west side, and Guy has a run out of
J. G. Debord, who returned from
Wenatchee last Tuesday, says Sheriff
Webb told him that there were at that
time eight cases of smallpox in the pest
house and that nine or ten members of
the Gullet family and several other
families were quarantined.
W. F. McCormick, employed about
the roundhouse, came very near being
killed last Sunday. He was hit by an
engine running backward, fortunately
in such a way that his body fell out
side the rails. After being brought to
Dr. Hoxsey's hospital he was uncon
scious for over two hours.
Mr. C. D. Snideman. came here
from Chicaga last Friday to take charge
of the Shaver News Co.'s railroad eat
ing house. Mr. Lee, the former man
ager, having departed to take charge
of a house for the same company at
Minot, South Dakota. Mr. Snideman
has been with the Shaver News Co. for
the past five years and has had ckarge
of some important stations. He is
recognized as a competent and suc
cessful eating house manager.
M. E. Church Notes
Regular services at the Fraternal
hall next Sunday. At the morning ser
vice the sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per will be administered.
Ladies Aid meets next Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jas. Ed
wards. A full attendance is requested
so as to form plans of work for the
Frank Kienitz and Miss Julia
Hofstetter were united in marriage last
Saturday alternoon at 3 o'clock, by
Rev. F. S. Taylor.
The bride has lived here for the
past year and was employed at the
Vienna Bakery. The groom has lived
here the past two years, and is a mem
ber of the Home Orchestra. The Echo
extends congratulations, and wishes the
young couple a long and happy wed
ded life. *
Th« Eagles' Annual Ball
A large crowd attended the annual
holiday ball given by the Order of
Eagles, on New Year's. The floor of
the opera house was well filled with the
devotees of the dance. Neither pains
nor expense was spared by the com
mittee having the affair in charge.
The order has a large membership
and is constantly growing. Balls and
other social diversions are gotten up
occasionally to have a good time, and
show their friends the social side of the
fraternity. The Eagles never fail to
show their guests a good time.
<sbc Xeavenwortb Echo
WENATCHEE LAKE NEWS
We have had a fine winter so far.
with only about two feet of snow.which
gives us good sleighing, and just
enough to help the logging business.
Messrs. Logan, Bates. Dean and
Duncan, went out on a business trip to
Leavenworth last Sunday, and re
There was a social hop at the lake !
Christmas eve., given to a select crowd, j
We understand they had a nice, quiet
Thore is considerable logging going
on in our nsighborhood. Messrs. Lo-'
gan, Bates. Sears and Geo. Swerly are
taking advantage of the mild weather.
Jack Smith has finished his contract j
for the Lamb-Davis company
We understand Mr. D. W. Fowler
will begin logging in a few days, also
J. J. Henry has purchased a fine
team, and will begin work on his claim
on a big scale in the spring.
Everything promises a boom for the
Lake Wenatchee region the coming
season, and there w!ll probablyly be
considerable business for the new rail- i
road as soon as it is completed.
From the subjoined paragraph, ta
ken from the Wenatchee World of De- ,
cember 26, we take the notice of the
marriage of two people who are quite
well known here : '
" A quiet wedding was solemnized.
Tuesday afternoon at the Christian
church parsonage. 317 Orondo avenue,
the contracting parties being Miss
Emma Dorothy Berger and Mr. Bert
Coble. Rev. Adams officiated. The
bride came here from Wilson Creek,
j and has been assisting in the Mechtel
bakery for some time past. The
groom is a resident of Wenatchee.
The young couple will take up their
permanent residence in the city."
Up to the past week both parties
had made their home here, Mr. Coble
for more than a year past and Miss
Berger since last spring. Here she
was known as a professional nurse.
That they have decided to reside in
Wenatchee is a surprise to their friends
here, who, however, wish them much
joy and a long and pleasant journey
Tor Assault With Deadly Weapon.
Calvin Clark was up before Judge
Taylor the first of the week, on a
charge of assault with a deadly wea
pon, preferred by Jas. Service. He
was placed under a thousand-dollar
bond for his appearance at the superior
court. In default of bond he was sent
to Wenatchee, in charge of Depucy
From the evidence it appears that
Clark and Ladue were going to one of
the camps up the Canyon last Saturday,
considerably under the influence of li
quor, when they ran across Service and
it appears threatened to shoot him.
Ladue who was jointly charged with
Clark was discharged, the evidence not
being considered enough to hold him.
fraternal Organization of Owls
A local order was instituted here last
month with a membership of fifty, since
which time nine members have been
initiated. Weekly meetings are held
in Odd Fellows hall on Wednesday
nights. Following are the officers
Executive, Ole Sands.
Vice-Executive, J. D. O'Brien.
Treasurer, J. G. Fritz.
Secretary, C. E. Hamilton.
Vicar, P. S. Chipman.
Sentinel, O. C. Hogan.
Warder, J. R. Ruth.
Marie Defoe, whose parents formerly
conducted the Bon Ton restaurant here
but now reside at Skyhomish, visited
this week with the family of Mrs. Sa
dosky. Thursday Marie visited the
postoffice, and in leaving carelessly
forgot to take her pocketbook from the
counter, where she had laid it. Some
one else carefully rectified Marie's
oversight, and now that young lady is
811 " to the bad."
J. H. Sharp and wife entertained at
New Year's dinner Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Graham and family and Prof. A. E.
Jas. McPherson, a cousin of Mrs.
J. H. Sharp, is expected to arrive from
Placer Blanks !F F C P JVI
KM A S
G I FTS
Now on display at
Special lines of
Candies and Nuts
For the Holidays
ADAMS & CARR
Real Estate, Insurance and
FARM LAND, ACRE TRACTS
Timber Land, City Property
Insurance that Insures
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Manifold Typewriter Paper
For sale at The Echo Office
PLUMBING & FIXTURES
Galvanized Pipe and Fitting
Sewer Pipe and Fittings
VERY LOWEST PRICES
. - - ~^——
100 Envelope? with your name anil
! ■ At The Echo Office
Just the thing lor Farmers and
7 1 ■' • ■■ '•' others
The most complete line of
in Leavenworth can be
Gena B. Peterson's
Gifts of all descriptions,
suitable for everyone; prices
Come and see the big camel
The Home Orchestra, of Leaven
worth, Wn., is open for all engage
ments, both in and out of town. Art.
Johnson, Leader and Manager, Box 125.
Tin- Price of Keel
Front quarter, per pound, 5 cents.
Plain steak, three pounds, 25 cents.
Round steak, 12Js cents.
Loin steak, 15 cents.
T-bone steak, 15 cents.
Good boiling beef, 6 cents.
Pot roast, from 8 to 10 cents.
48 Emil Frank.
Wood For Sale
All lengths, pine and fir. See or write
M. H. Cahill, Leavenworth. 44tf
see L. J. Nelson 26tf
Acre tracts for sale adjoining Leav
enworth Gardens, by L. J. Nelson.
It is intended for those who appre-,
ciate quality, for those gentlemen who
enjoy a thoroughly matured, rich Old
Kentucky liquor. I. W. Harper whis-1
key, sold by J. G. Fritz, at the Over-1
Fresh cow for sale; apply F. S.
Who Duo Your Laundry)
If you have never given the Wenat
chee laundry a trial, do so this week.
Take your bundle to Earnest Forbes,
our new agent. If the work is not sat
isfactory tell Mr. Forbes who will re
' port the trouble to us and the Wenat
chee Laundry will make it right. Is I
that square? 3Ui
BUY FROM THE OWNER
Or char ds...
10-Acre and 20-Acre Tracts with
Water Rights, $9O per Acre and Up
S. P. BEECHER
Peshastin ... Washington
BUTTER WRAPPERS AT THE ECHO OFFICE
Ijmfcijki Milling Co.
yt l/d§^^li Patent Flour
»I Vgg^R * Wholewheat
JJ MADErioN • and Graham
Jjj SEItCriOWJOWMAT %,' FlOUr
2&| HARRINGTON WASH. \;'; ;
T Jf HARBincrcNS BEsr. "Morning Glory" breakfast food—
''^~--*jer aw~^-u-.cJ^' we guarantee it to please.
For Sale by The Leavenworth Mer. Co.
OvVjgr r g You will be ease( with
EACH DLOSSO it. If not your grocer
.. aju.iii,* ;« will refund your money.
| The MOORE CO., Distributors [
Vienna BA ker y
Leave orders for
WEDDING AND CHRISTMAS CAKES
Prompt and satisfactory service
Christmas Candies and Bon Bons
Tree Decorations Nuts of All Kinds
i Note the place .... Just across from the depot
WILL McGLOTHEN, Prop.
Parchment Butter Wrappers at the Echo Office
OLE'S NEW PLACE
We have everything you will ml nt any other ptiu'f, ami In addition
Finch's Golden Wedding Whiskey and Pacific Beer,
A RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN
OLE SANDS, Proprietor
&he OPERA BAR
Tholin (Si Smith
None but the best wines and liquors handled
Courteous attendants and good order
BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON
Pool Room in Connection
J. E. GRANT
Til X ——
CLOTHES PRESSED. CLEANED
Located in the Dye Building-