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LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS
Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to
The Echo Office .-. .-. Telephone Number 285
Dr. Pepper, Palace of Sweets. 40*
Mrs. Guy Hamilton was a visitor in
Charles Monary went to Wenatchee
Monday afternoon on business.
Cough Mixtures and Cold Tablets,
all makes, King's Pharmacy. 40*
Frank Bryant went to Wenatchee
Tuesday afternoon to visit with friends.
Mrs. Chas. Eckhardt has been in
Seattle the past week visiting with
Velvet Skin Cream heals the chaps
caused by October winds, 25. King's
Dr. Judah reports the arrival of a
girl at the home of Frank Love last
A full line of Eastman Kodaks and
supplies. Wheelers Photo and Art
0. S. Sampson transacted business
in Seattle the first of the week return
ing home Tuesday morning.
Mayor F. E. Carlquist spent several
days in Spokane the first of the week
on business returning Wednesday.
Hereafter the price of cleaning 7 to
17 jewel watches is 81.00. Main
springs 75c, at Carlquist's Jewelry
Mrs. Alexander and daughter Miss
Pellet, of Pickney, Mich., old friends
of John Gull are here on a visit for
Lyman Lamb, progressive candidate
for county treasurer went down to
Wenatchee Tuesday afternoon on
Mrs. A. H. Sylvester spent several
days in Cashmere this week in at
tendance at the Sunday school conven
tion in that city.
1. A. Kenyon, who accompanied the
remains of Mrs. Fannie McGivern to
her home in Red Wing, Minn., re
turned to this city last Thursday.
Mrs. Worth Durham who has spent
the past two weeks here visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mc-
Nett, returned to her home in Seattle
Mrs. C. J. Kiser, sister of Mrs. F.
J. Bauer, left Monday afternoon for
Seattle to join her husband, who is
now located in that city. She was ac
companied by her sister, Mrs. Anna
B. C. Thomas from the chief Field
Division of the Forestry Department,
whose headquarters is in Portland,
Oregon, spent several days here this
week on business connected with the
Dwight Darling of Everett came
over from that city Saturday and spent
several days here the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mr. Darling is
quite an extensive land holder in Lea
venworth and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Owens and
daughters, Marjorie and Genevieve,
Miss Eunice England, Miss Madge
Cushing and Miss Genevieve Waite
all of Wenatchee motored to this city
Sunday in Mr. Owens car.
Harlin Abbott and Mr. Abbott, sen
ior arrived here Tuesday from North
Platte, Neb., to visit for a few days
with J. W. Miller. They were so much
impressed with our city says Mr.
Miller that they may decide to locate
Mrs. L. B. Roberts, wife of the
Great Northern engineer who was in
jured in the wreck and who is now
lying at the hospital slowly recovering
from his injuries, gave birth Sunday
morning to a ten pound girl. Mother
and child are doing well.
Harry Taggart, who has made his
home here for the past four years,
where he has been employed as ma
chinist in the round house, left this
week, accompanied by Mrs. Taggert,
for Spirit Lake, Idaho, where he has
accepted a position with the Idaho,
Washington & Northern Ry. Co.
Don't forget that the Tuberculosis
day comes on October 27 this year.
See that your lodge, church or union
observes the day. If more convenient,
set some time during the week pre
ceding or following that date for a
general discussion of the facts of tu
berculosis. It is your duty to help in
the fight against this common enemy.
C. A. Campbell was a business vis
itor in Merritt Wednesday.
Mrs. Wanda Leslie left for Portland
Monday where she expects to spend
M. E. Brawner went to Wenatchee
Wednesday afternoon and returned
All work guaranteed at Carlquist's
Jewelry Store. Watches cleaned for
$1.00. Mainsprings 75c. 23tf*
Rexall Wine Cod Liver Oil for all
coughs and wasting diseases. King's
Pharmacy, The Rexall Store. 40*
A. Brown of The Hub Clothing Store
departed for Seattle Wednesday after
noon to buy a new lot of fall clothing.
Kodak developing, printing and en
larging; picture framing and kodak
supplies. R. E. Marble, Mission Stu
The M. E. Ladies' Aid will hold a
a social and business meeting in the
church parlors Thursday afternoon, Oct.
17, at 2:30. Tea will be served. A
cordial invitation to all. Mrs. Charles
Albright, Mrs. M. O. Logan, Mrs. Max
Emory Ross, better known as "Dad"
one of the old time engineers on the
Cascade division, who for the past year
has been holding down a passenger
run between Seattle and Portland spent
several days here the first of the week
visiting with friends.
Billy Smith, who has quite a reputa
tion as a hunter of big game went out
Monday morning and returned in the
evening with a big mountain goat
which he secured on the mountain
west of town. Billy says there is lots
more of them up there if a person will
only take the trouble to go after them.
Mayor Frank Carlquist, of Leaven
worth, is in town for a few days look
ing after the store during a spell of
sickness of his brother. He states
that they were greatly bothered with
hoboes at Leavenworth but that they
have solved the problem and taken
care of all their streets this year by
putting them to work. —Monroe Moni
Engineer H. M. Wall, who is well
known in this city where he made his
home for several years gone by, came
over from Seattle the first of the week.
This is Mr. Wall's first visit to this
city in nearly two years and he was
astonished at the many changes that
have taken place in that time. He is
at present running between Seattle and
Vancouver, B. C.
What is no doubt a record for an
automobile trip between this city and
Spokane was made Tuesday by James
Smith in his Ford machine. Accord
ing to Mr. Smith he drove his machine
from Chewelah, Wash., which is about
twenty miles the other side of Spokane
to this city a distance of about 250
miles in 12 hours and 40 minutes.
From Wenatchee here his time was
an hour and ten minutes.
Actress Dies in Wenatchee
Mrs. Minnie Bickert a member of
the National Stock Company which
played here at the Scenic Theatre, Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday, died very
suddenly in Wenatceee Wednesday
morning. Mrs. Bickert was taken ill
while in this city and taken to Wenat
chee where it was decided an operation
would be necessary to save her life,
but she never rallied from the effects.
Interment took place in the Wenatchee
0. S. Sampson Buys Automobile
While in Seattle the first of the week
Mr. Shmpson purchased a new 1912
Cadillac auto which is to be delivered
here the last of the week. Mr. Samp
son says he investigated several differ
ent makes of cars while in that city
but found the Cadillac to be ahead of
all the rest. The machine is equipped
with a self starter, is electric lighted and
has many other new and late devices.
A chauffer from Seattle has been hired
by Mr. Sampson for a month or more
until he is able to handle the car him
■\\ hen you have a bad cold you want the
beet medicine obtainable so as to cure it with
at little delay as poeeible. Here U a drug-
K:Bt's opinion: "I have sold Chamberlain s
Tough Remedy for fifteen years," says Eno«
l.ollar of Saratoga, Ind., "and consider it the
best on the market." For sale by all dealer*
(The Zcavenwortb j£cho.
Fit, Finish and Wear in Our Stock pNPflp
Fit is the first thing you want in a pair of shoes. We ■ j"~S|tJB
carry shoes that will fit you. Appearance is the next thing you | | \|siiPj^
wish. Our buyers select the shoe styles that make the foot look * j xnJ|&|
neat. Wear is another quality you want. Our factories make ] /^^w^Sp
the strongest wearing shoes. : I //yyjy|-|j^y
Prices Lowest, Quality Considered- '■ % l|^>
The prices on our shoes are never higher than the quality. oSllvx
We conduct our shoe department as we do all departments of "AJ^^^S^
our business. We believe in giving our customers plump value ■$*~ •***"
for the money they spend with us. This business plan has en
abled us to do a big shoe business. We carry a large stock and can suit you.
The Leavenworth Mercantile Co.
The Big Store That Always Saves You Money ■
EfOTIOK —If you have lost anything, or
found any article, or If you want to buy, sell
rent, locate, or Ret Information, write or
call at this ollice anil place an ad In our
"Business Pnnnrnpti Ooiomn." You will
get uulck results. Kates In cents a line for
Bnt insertion and ."i cents a line afterwards.
Minimum charge ■ cent*.
Wanted —Board and room. Call
Echo office. 40tf
Green tomatoes for sale. Leave or
ders at this office. 40-41
Wanted —Position as housekeeper
by experienced person. Box 25,
Wanted —To rent house of three or
four rooms. Geo. E. Kugelman, Echo
For rent—The old White Star Mar
ket building. Inquire at the Leaven
worth Meat Market. 38tf
For Sale —Good team of work horses
weighing 3000 pounds, and harness.
See M. E. Brawner, City. 40p
Wanted at Wenatchee hospital —
girls to enter training school. Address
Margaret Porter, Supt., Wenatchee,
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will give
a supper in the old White Star Market
building Saturday Oct. 19 between the
hours of S and 9. Dinner 35 cents.
Don't forget the masquerade ball
given by the B. of L. E. and the G.
I. A. to the B. of L. E. on Halloween
Oct. 31, 1912. Everybody dance,
masqued or unmasked. 40-42
Wanted —Man and wife want posi
tion on ranch as manager or laborer,
experience in fruit, cattle and irriga
tion, capable, sober, industrious, state
location and wages, answer through
Leavenworth Echo. 39-40
Even if your palate could not tell
the difference your stomach would.
Old I. W. HARPER Whiskey is the
perfection of distillation ripened by
age and nature into a beverage and
stimulant unsurpassed. Sold by J. B.
Violette at the Overland Bar. 36
The Leavenworth Public Library is
in the Commercial Club rooms. The
Library is open Wednesday and Satur
day afternoons from 3 to 5 o'clock.
The Commercial Club rooms is open
all the time, and is supplied with mag
azines and daily papers for any one
who desires to have a place to rest or
Nursery Agents Wanted
We want reliable agents who can
sell our high-grade fruit trees, grown
at Kennewick and Spokane valley.
Expenses advanced weekly.
Free expert advice to fruit growers, |
by Prof. Van Holderbeke, for five
years Washington State Horticulturist.
Van Holderbeke Nursery Co. Spokane,
There are more students at the
Wenatchee Business College at this
date than there were up to Oct. 20th
last year. The College needs a young
man to do the janitor work in exchange
for tuition. They also have some nice
places for young ladies who wish to
work for their board and room while
going through Business College. This
is a fine opportunity for ambitious girls.
POCATELLO IS PAVING
Work Will Progress Rapidly Until Ex-
treme Cold Weather
Commencement of paving marks a
new era in the building of a greater
and better Pocatello, says the Poca
The work that is now actively under
way is pursuant to the contract recent
ly let by the council for the laying of
bitulithic after an exhaustive investiga
tion had been made by the people of
all the various pavements in use in the
Pacific Northwest, and investigation
which resulted decisively in favor of
bitulithic from every point of view.
This it seems is the invariable result
where the arbiters make a selection
purely upon the basis of merit, and
where they can arrive at a decision in
a strictly unprejudiced way.
About seven hundred tons of bitu
men will be used to complete the pre
sent paving contract in Pocatello, sev
eral hundred barrels of which are al
ready here and unloaded near the
The state industrial insurance com
mission recently awarded Hannah
Berry of King county the sum of 84,
--000 on account of the death of her
husband. She has declined to accept
the award, however, and has com
menced an action against the em
ployer in the superior court. This is
the first occasion on which a claimant
has refused to accept the amount
awarded by the commission.
Get butter wrappers at Echo office.
Special Attention to
in my line.
on Hand-made Cant Hooks
in half dozen lots.
According to a formal opinion ren
dered by Attorney General W. V. Tan
ner, all candidates who were nominated
by "stickers" at the recent primary
will have to pay a filing fee and also
file their expense accounts before their
PAINT A GOOD INVESTMENT
( i. c. good paint)
Our GOLD SEAL Paint is the Best
Its made especially for this climate by the biggest paint manufac
turers in the west. Its mixed with pure linseed oil and the very best
pigments obtainable, and guaranteed and backed up by the makers'
bond and half a century of experience. It is not a mail order paint,
but the price knocks out the mail order price, and its delivered free,
and we are here to take it back if it "aint as is" represented. NO
FREIGHT. NO WAIT. NO POSTAGE. Just satisfaction, gauran
teed and the very best paint.
Any Color, $2.20 per gallon
Also Boiled or Raw Oil, Turpentine, Japalac, Enamel Paint, Gold and
Aluminum Paint, Brushes, etc.
A New Line of Dinner Ware Just Arrived
A dainty rose and gold pattern
We carry six complete and distinct patterns of dinner ware
Our Stock of Underwear Is Complete
Our Stock of Hosiery was Never so Large
Our Stock of Towels, Notions, etc. Is Immense
All last Saturday's Specials will be on sale again the coming Satur
day only, also the following: SOc Silk 4-in-hand Ties 15c; Linen Tow
eling 10c yd.; 7 ten cent boxes Toothpicks 25c; Galvanized Water
Pails 15c; Enamel Dish Pans 15c; 2 Mouse Traps sc; 4 rolls Toilet
Paper 25c; Brass Wash Boards 35c; 4pr 10c Gloves 25c; all Chair
Seats 10c; Men's Handkerchiefs 7 for 25c.
Koerner's Drug and Variety Store
ON THE CORNER
that when you need anything in
we carry a fine line of household goods and can fit up your
house from one end to the other and save you money. See
us about that range you are going to buy.
Templin & HcKenzie
All Kinds Second Hand Goods Bought and Sold
Don't Throw Those
Just because the soles are worn out is no reason why
you should throw them away. Bring them to us and
We'll Repair Them While You Walt
It is only a small cost and will save buying another pair
of shoes. Our new Fall and Winter line of Shoes is
now here and if you are figuring on a new pair come *"»
and see us as we can save you money.
names can be placed on the official
ballot at the general election. Practi
cally every county in the state will be
affected by the attorney general's rul
ing, as "sticker" candidates were
nominated in nearly every county.