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Leavpnwortta and Blewetl ftiage.
Leaven Leavenworth every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at Ham.
Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday
:uul Saturday at "ut.
Carries passengers and express.
K. U. Snugart. Prop. Stage Line.
Lake AVenatchee Stage Line
Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri
day at 8 a.m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m.
leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday
■fa. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m.
Mail, passengers and express. For further
particulars address Joe Massle, Proprietor.
Box 71. Leavenworth. Wash
Town and County
Buy your granite at Keating's
G. N. Yard Foreman Fake took a
two-days' layoff this week.
The family of Agent Woodrow ar
rived a few nights ago, on No. 3.
A limited amount of lumber is mov
ing east under the injunction order.
Al Moon had a pretty bad spell of
sickness first of the week, but is now
Boys' sleds cheap at Keating's.
The pay checks for the G. N. em
ployes came promptly on time this
Hugo Kringel, train callboy, re
turned to work Monday, after a week's
The Lamb-Davis lumber company is
shipping considerable lumber to lowa
and Nebraska points.
Boys' sleds cheap at Keating's
Ice will begin coming to Leaven
worth for storage in a week or two —
we don't need any snow, thankye.
W. O. Platt, the G. N. special agent
at this point, spent several days on the
east side of the mountain last week.
The night switch crew has been
laid off for a short time. The day
crew works from 12 m. to 12 p. m.
George Lowell is a Leavenworth
taxpayer, now, having completed the
last payment on his house and lot this
Buy your granite at Keating's
Jas. McDaniel, who conducted a
dancing school here last winter, is now
located at Odessa, engaged in the
same business, and is doing well.
J. W. Corcoran and wife came down
from their Chewawa River ranch this
week, with the intention of remaining
in town for a month.
Mrs. S. A. Williams returned last
week from Port Angeles, Wash,, after
an absence of several months, during
which time she has been with her par
A couple of sleighloads of people
from town went out to the Chumstick
schoolhouse last Tuesday evening, to
attend the protracted meeting in prog
The Hodge family, which occupies
the mill boarding-house, had some
difficulty Tuesday evening, and sent
for the deputy sheriff. The tangle
must have been straightened out, as no
arrests were made.
Buy your granite at Keating's
Ralph Chase and his daughter, Miss
Effie, from Stemilt, east of Wenatchee,
paid A. L. Mitchell, of Eagle Creek, a
pleasant visit of two weeks, which ter
minated last week. Mr. Chase and
Mr. Mitchell are old lowa friends.
The Leavenworth Athletic Associa
tion will give an exhibition at the
opera house tonight. There will be
several amateur sparring matches, fol
lowed by professional work. Quite a
number of people from Spokane and
Wenatchee are expected. Consider
erable interest is being taken in the
affair by lovers of athletic sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jackson left
Monday afternoon for Minneapolis,
Minn., to be gone two, and perhaps
three, months. Mrs. Jackson will visit
friends in Chicago, Milwaukee and
Canadian points, while Mr. Jackson
will devote his time placing some of
the Lamb-Davis Lumber Co.'s products
with eastern dealers.
Boys' sleds cheap at Keating'*
Switchman Win. Lowe went to Se
attle Tuesday, on business.
" Kid" Raymond began work
Tuesday in E. N. Burgess' barber shop.
Trainmaster Blackburn, of The Cas
cade, was in Leavenworth last Friday.
Mrs. Herren is quite ill, and it is
feared that an operation may be nec
Conductor Southwick cleaned out
the G. N. yards with a rotary a few
Rev. Mr. Rumohr will preach at
the Chumstick schoolhouse next Mon
Regular services of the M. E.
church as usual next Sunday, at Fra
C. L. Taylor, G. N. agent at Mer
ritt, made a brief visit to Leavenworth
Postmaster Bollman, of Cashmere,
and Postmaster Hull, of Wenatchee,
were in Leavenworth Tuesday.
Mrs. W. A. Pfeifler, wife of the new
druggist, arrived from Seattle the first
of the week. As soon as he can get
a suitable house, Mr. P. says he will
have his wife here permanently.
W. M. Cross, formerly in the res
taurant business in Wenatchee, and
also at one time a resident of this
place, brought suit in Judge Moore's
court to restrain Alfred Wise from pay
ing attention to Mildred, the 14-year
old daughter of Cross.
If some enterprising capitalist would
build a number of substantial dwelling
houses in Leavenworth, as soon as the
weather permits, there is no question
that they would meet with a ready
rental. Hardly a day passes that
there are not inquiries at the Echo
office for houses or housekeeping
rooms to rent.
Martin Lewis departed last week for
San Francisco, his home, after spend
ing the summer in development work
on his Nigger Creek mining property.
Our fellow-townsman, Geo. Persinger,
accompanied him as far as Seattle, and
returned on Tuesday. Mr. Lewis will
return in the early spring, to resume
work on his mining property, in which
he has great faith.
Remodeling and patching up the
old depot goes bravely on. A special
window has been set apart for the man
who sells tickets. The express locker
has been moved, and, so far as it is
possible to do so, the old depot is
made a bit more convenient. The
waiting room is still a very poor affair,
and would not be tolerated —but, then,
the railroad company must pay its
W. F. Blankenship came down from
his home on the shores of Lake We
natchee, Wednesday, with his ten
year-old son, who was kicked in the
face by a horse and most painfully and
seriously injured, on Tuesday. Mr.
Blankenship brought the boy to be
treated by Dr. Hoxsey. Mr. B. says
that an immense amount of logging is
going on in the vicinity of the lake
this winter. So far, the winter has
been favorable to carrying on logging
About thirty of the citizens of this
town attended a meeting at the Chum
stick schoolhouse Wednesday evening.
After the meeting was over all repaired
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brender,
where they were Joined by some of
the good people of Chumstick, and a
happy time was enjoyed by song and
refreshments. It was away into the
small hours of next day before our
Leavenworth friends put in an appear
ance at home.
Services at the Congregational church
next Sunday as before. Next week a
layman's mission will be conducted
every evening, presumably at the Con
gregational church at 7:30 o'clock.
Let every Christian lay aside the de
nominational badge and let us come
together as plain men and women, for
the glory of God alone. Let our motto
be : " Choose ye this day whom ye
will serve." Prayer meeting will be
held every afternoon at 2:30. This is
a work for you.
<sbe Xcavcnwortb £cbo
It is a pretty true saying that " one
extreme follows another. It will hold
good in Peshastin news, as compared
with our last appearance.
Miss Dora Meeker has been sick for
some time, but is able to be in school
again this week. Mr. E. L. Meeker
was ailing also, the latter part of the
week, but is now convalescent.
G. N. "Oriental limited" hasn't
been behind time for quite awhile.
Does anyone know what is wrong ?
Rev. Miller is able to be about
again, after quite a protracted illness.
Have you noticed that broad smile
that our section foreman, Mr. Farqu
har, wears at present ? Well, and no
wonder; a 10/^-pound boy tells the
tale. The stork brought him Sunday
morning at 4:30. And George passed
the cigars around to his many friends.
Crystal drops of moisture, little
flakes of snow, make the finest sledding
out —now, ain't that so ?
The Peshastin Literary Society will
meet at the schoolhouse on Friday
evening, Jan. 24. You are welcome.
G. B. Kinney & Co. have moved
the postoffice to the front part of the
store. This adds to the looks of the
store, and is more convenient for pat
Mrs. Archie Manson, of Cashmere,
is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A.
Ferguson this week.
Messrs. Ross and Hanks, friends of
J. L. Arbogast, will move to Dudley,
Idaho, soon. Mr. Ross' brother lives
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright have
gone to Seattle to visit Mrs. Wright's
parents. Her father is seriously ill,
having had a paralytic stroke recently.
Mr. W. A. Sweely is visiting on the
Sound at present. Mr. Sweely came
here recently from the east, and pur
chased fruit land of Mr. Beecher.
Mr. Phillips of Dakota purchased 30
acres of fruit land of H. A. Smith last
week. Mr. Gilbert was influential in
having him locate here, and says he
has other friends who will come here
to locate in the spring. Peshastin is
all right gentlemen ; come while land
is yet reasonable, for it is bound to ad
vance in price.
A sledload of young people, headed
by Mr. and Mrs. Craig, attended the
moving picture show in Leavenworth
Our enterprising storekeeper and
postmaster, Mr. G. B. Kinney, made a
business trip to Blewett last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lattimer have
moved to their home on the Peshastin.
Mrs. Lattimer will remain there this
winter, with her parents, while Mr.
L. returns to Chiwaukum to work in
County Superintendent E. C. Bow
ersox was in Peshastin, January 10th,
looking after the school interests here.
Mr. S. P. Beecher was a business
caller at Wenatchee last week.
Mrs. Chas. Allen has returned from
the Sound, where she was visiting her
son and friends.
Mr. J. J. Griffith, who has been suf
fering with rheumatism for some time,
is able to be around again.
We regret failing to mention last
week the moving picture and vaude
ville show at the opera house on Mon
day and Tuesday nights. The enter
prise is promoted by Louis Michel, of
Wenatchee, and was unusually well
patronized. On Monday night one of
the largest audiences ever assembled
in the opera house turned out. Every
one pronounced the show one of the
best of its kind ever seen here. Mr.
Michel has gone regularly into the
show business at Wenatchee, and will
occasionally visit our town. His offer
to refund your money at the door, if
you are not satisfied, seems to inspire
confidence in his claims for the enter
ttuiumons lor Publication
The Sliitf lit Wellington, j .
County of •■ ill-inn, J
In Juatlce Court, before K. H. Taylor. I. I*.
Til the "name'of the utate of Washington,
Ifl till* IIHU1" <»f 1 til' -lilt- <>f SV il-hi Mrf lon
you are hereby notified Unit Uhlpiuau «v
Brown, copartner*. conalatluir of I. H. Chip
man unit Ale* Brown, have tiled ■ claim
a«»lnat you 111 aaid court which will conn
on to be beard at my office In l^eaveuworth,
'lieliiu county, Htati' of Washington, on the
15th day of Ki'l». .It**, at th« hour of loo'clot-k
In the forenoon, ami unlma you app<-ar ami
then and therean«wer, the name will in-m
--ken ii" cunfeaaed, and the demand of the
uliilnllfT granted. The object mid dHinand
of aald claim li for the «urn of MOJU6 upon
an open account for nierchaudlae furulahed
to defendant. ™ _
foiiililiilnt Wed lwcemU-rSlrd. li« 7.
«. K. H. \\Milt. J uatlce of the Peace.
no your trading at our
Means a great saving
#0 your pocket-book I
J-jfaving made a sav
£Jnly a few cents at
jy/eans in a few years
Jlmounting to hun
for less, quality
-93) McCall Patterns
and lots of other
G. W. HATHAWAY
Go to Debord & Abbott's for com
plete house furnishins. They can save
you money. 2tf
Pure-bred barred Plymouth Rock
cockrels for sale. Address J. H. Mit
chell, Leavenworth, Wash. 2-5
Thoroughbred black cocker spaniel
bitch and pups. Bitch thoroly broke
and retriever. Ask E. A. King, City
Drug Store. l-4t
Full II d
And left at this office, a memorandum
book containing a K. of P. receipt and
a check on an Oregon bank. Owner
can have same by proving property and
paying for this notice. 2-3t
Three or four good cows giving
milk. Price reasonable. Inquire or
write. F. Freund, Leavenworth. 1-3
For furniture repairing, house repair
ing or any odd job of work done in
wood, from making a table to building
a house, see Rollins & Featherstone.
Pair 1200-pound platform scales.
Inquire of Debord & Abbott. l-2t
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
key, sold by J. G. Fritz, at the Over
land Bar. ;
Fresh cow for sale; apply F. S.
Jacobsen. , 48tI
Who i>...« 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
-1 port the trouble to us and the Wenat
chee Laundry will make it right. Is
that square? 31tl
When you wish anything in the dry goods line, see us
tEI KING °H
\ X PEACH
■7^®r » You will be pleased with
PEACH DIOSSOfI it. If not your grocer
.. aii-iiLa i will refund your money.
baaittNiujNsa I '
| The MOORE CO., Distributors
EDISON PHONOGRAH CO.
Columbia Valley Bank Bldg. Phone M6I
LOUIS MICHEL, Mgr., Wenatchee, Wash.
§ Columbia Valley
EDISON PHONOGRAH CO.
Columbia Valley Bank Bldg. Phone 1461
LOUS MICHEL, Mgr., Wenatchee, Wash.
The Original Edison Phonograph Ueods. "Only the Edlfon"
The Leavenworth people know the Edison, our
records and our dealings. We sell nothing outside
of the superior Edison goods. Send us your mail
orders and we will bring them up to you without
fi .._ ... — -. -^A extra charge.
1 1 TUMWATER ==
== Saving's Bank -
We afford depositors a place of safety for their money, and extend to all our patron!)
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 »emi-aunually. No matter how small your
deposit, we will take it and safeguard it for you. We solicit your patronage.
Money to Loan Upon Approved Security
L. LAnB. President. P. DAVIS, Vlce-President. M. A. MARLEY, Cashier.
Star Livery Barn
Under New Manager yf East End Front Street
Lake Wenatchee Stage Line—Leave Orders at Barn
Coal and Grain at Lowest Prices
Joe Massie, Proprietor
m t^_ ,!_■__ ii.. ~mi~~ ' ~ir iib — ■ i ■ ~
The Old Market in a New House
EMIL FRANK, PROP.
Has everything you would expect
to find in a first-class meat market.
PRIVATE SLAUGHTER HOUSE FISH ON FRIDAY
_ _ ._„_ ___—___—_■_____—.^M—___■___——-——'■
VIENNA J. E. GRANT
>_e_.c_ Leading Tailor
and Pies every day _____ I ____ .
TO obi YOUR TRADK AND CLOTHES PRESSED, CLEANED
BOLD IT IB MY AIM an(J RE p A | RED
.lust across from the Desot 3^55321^*35*^33
Will Me lot hi in Located In the Dye Building