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Established
For Many Years
Crescent Baking Powder has been
before the public of the Northwest
for nearly 20 years and in that time
has made the claim that it raises the
dough effectively and economically.
It could not make this claim con
tinuously if it was not so.
CRESCENT BAKING POWDER
—The Modern Leavener—
Is pure. Is eco- /^Sp&S^Sl^s
nomical. Is ef- jj^SflsllfejSj&jj
fective. Is whole- PSl»s~—— jss^
some. Is all that mjjj^og^^Um
it ever has claimed H^'/JrjffWT'||
to be. This is ¥ Ai'layflfftf
why it is growing I HhM||K[{||
in popularity cv- I VjlV'jfjnjjj
cry year. Grocers Ew^4fflS**J»l
pound can 25c g^llttlgjS
Crescent Manufacturing Co., Manufacturers,
Seattle, Wash.
Wallace Barn
Heavy Team Work
Freighting
Saddle and Pack
Horses
East End Front St.
Phone 367
C. W. Wallace
re Make Ou
ICE CREAM
<J We buy the material
from ranchers near Leav
enworth.
€J We guarantee absolute
cleanliness and purity.
qNunced. '
<1 Any quanty; any time.
ilace of Sweet!
City Dray Line
License No. 2
All kinds of hauling
promptly and carefully done
BAGGAGE TRANSFERRING
Distributor of Rainier Beer
Lee J. Howerton
GIVE YOUR
LAUNDRY
work to the
Leavenworth Hand Laundry
We do the best work in the city.
Bundles called for and delivered.
We also do cleaning, repairing and
pressing.
Phone 42
The Highest Grade
of Job Printing In
All of Its Branches
The best paper, the best
inks, the best workman
ship and most modern and
up-to-date type faces. If
you want all of these, let
us do your printing. We
make a specialty of color
work.
THE ECHO
Leavenworth Wash.
BUTTER WRAPPERS AT THE
ECHO OFFICF.
NEWS LETTER FROM
THE STATE CAPITAL
Cost of Operation of Industrial Insu
rance Law Less Than Expected
The order in which the names of
the candidates for superior and supreme
court judges are to appear on the bal
lot is determined by the number of
votes received at the primary election,
according to a ruling made recently by
Attorney General W. V. Tanner, who
holds that the one having the highest
number of votes is placed at the head,
and so on through the list.
That the cost of operating the in
dustrial insurance law is much less
than was expected', is shown by figures
which the state industrial insurance
commission has prepared. In the first
year of the operation of the law or from
October 1, 1911 to September 30,
1912 the sum of 8456,288 was paid
out to injured workmen or to their
beneficiaries or heirs, while the total
collections were 8600,000. The pre
liminary figures prepared by the com
mission that 8600,000 a year was paid
by employers as premiums to casualty
companies while only 8100,000 was
paid back to injured workmen. During
the year the law has been in effect
there has been an average of one
death a day for every working day and
1,000 accidents a month, the acci
dents and also the deaths being much
more numerous than was anticipated.
The adoption of a first aid clause un
der which an injured workman can se
cure medical attendance at the time of
the accident is being strongly urged
by the commission.
The successor of the late Chief Jus
tice Dunbar, Judge John F. Main has
taken up his duties as member of the
supreme court having been appointed
to the position by the Governor. Judge
Dunbar was the last of the five judges
of the supreme court who were elected
when Washington became a state in
1889, while Judge Main is the twen
tieth man who has been elevated to
the supreme bench.
In the state permanent funds ac
cording to the report of John G. Lewis,
state treasurer, there is now 89,920,
--000, either represented by cash or in
vested in bonds. As will be shown by
the annual report of the state treasurer,
Washington has made one of the best
showings of any state in the union in
regard to the handling of its school
funds, the state during the past twenty
years having set aside about $10.00
for every person in the state including
men, women and children.
The tariff increasing the rates on
lumber shipped from Spokane to Pa
louse, Rosalia, Oakesdale and Colfax,
which has been presented by the Spo
kane and Inland Empire raiboad has
been suspended by the public service
commission for not to exceed ninety
days from October 10, as some com
plaints have been received against the
proposed increase in rates and the com
mission wish to thoroughly investigate
the matter before allowing the increase
of rates.
E. S. Russell of Wenatchee is the
defendant appointed by Gov. Hay to
represent Chelan county at the Inter
national Dry Farming Congress which
holds its seventh session at Lethbridge,
Alberta, Canada of October 21 to 26.
Forestry Department Issues Many Per-
mils to Burn Slashings
It is shown in the report of J. R.
Welty, state forester and fire warden,
that during the season just passed
there were issued 6,514 permits to
burn slashings, while last year the num
ber of permits issued was 5,932. This
year an area 41,564 acres was cleared
by burning, while last year about 46,
--000 acres were burned over. The
largest number of permits were issued
in August or 3,904, while in July 1,
--197 permits were issued. The fact
that only five arrests were made for
burning without permits during the
season shows that the law is being
obeyed more strictly as the people be
come better acquainted with the re
quirements, and the successful opera
tion of the law has been much helped
by the co-operation of the Washington
Forest Fire Association and the United
States forest rangers. Altogether a
very successful season was reported as
the unusual amount of rain during the
summer kept down the fires and little
damage was done.
Cbe Icavcnwortb echo.
lAMBIWWMI
{:«£. I FLAT BROKE AT SIXTY
lA^Sr» To be without money to buy supper and lodging
fyftr>hl£ "till at six o'clock is not especially sad because there is
S^t*—————^ another day.
But when a man reaches the age of sixty without money and without a
position he is to be excused for pondering on the bank of the Styx.
He is a man with a grievance.
He ought to go to the cashier of the local Savings Bank and hit him over
the head with a club.
The Savings Bank man should have captured him forty years before, once
a week, chloroformed him, and taken 10 per cent of his money for safe keep
ing.
There are exceptions, of course, but the ordinary man should be able to
live on ninety per cent of his earnings, if not fifty.
If he uses more than ninety per cent he should change his style of living.
And ten per cent saved for forty years at low interest, or none at all, will
insure a man against want in his old age.
The wolf always groans and flees from the door that is safe guarded by a
Savings Bank book.
The list of depositors in a Savings Bank is a better index to the character
of the men and women on it than any Blue Book that was ever published, and
the average bank will give a better line of credit to a constant saver than to a
prodigal millionaire.
The ambitions and desires of a man are a more certain criterion of his
worth than the list of his past attainments, for what we are to-day depends on
what we are planning for to-morrow.
When a man plans to have money at sixty he saves at twenty. Notice
that I say 'plans,'—not "hopes" "dreams" "desires" or "wishes." Planning
involves a definite line of action.
That line of action begins at the receiving teller's window.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Furnished by the Chelan County Abstract
Company for Week Ending
Oct. 11, 1912
Charles E Whaley to Rosa Whaley
love&efi; pt It 3 sec 19-29-21
Geo Digman to W J Gull SI. one
acre in 3w# nej£ sec 14-24-17
J E Gull to W J Gull 1, pt ej4 ne
% sec 14-24-17
J C Lennon to Raymond T Heine
$10, It 1 blfc 4 Dill's Orchard Tracts
Elias Messerly to Italia Ruth Lail 1,
pt seXseX sec 9-22-20
B J Sharp to M O Presnall $500, Its
5 & 12 b 4 Entiat Fruit Lands
U S to Ellen J Chamberlin Its 3. 4
& sVi nw}£ sec 4-22-19
John A Overman to Barbara Bow
man $2500 swK neK & nw# seX
sec 30-21-21
Leßoy Benson to Holmes G Lash
$1, swK swX nwK svrX & nw#
nwH sw# swM 29-23-19
N P Ry Co to Geo J Miller $10, pt
ne# nw# sec 33-22-21
J E McGlothern to H P McGloth
em $1, sA l swK sec 5 &n^ nwK
sec 8-28-22
W V Tukey to J C Duhamel $500,
Its 19-20 b 15 Govt Town Chelan.
Myrtle Estill to James R Harvey
$425, swK scK sec 15, nw# nej^,
cX nwX 22-27-21
Geo W Wine to Wm H Dibble $1,
It 10 blk 5 Columbia Heights Wen
Elva P Gates to Ekward P Kelly $1,
tract 6 blk 1 Reed's O-ch Acres
Estes Griffin to Dora M Martin $1,
pt It 6 blk 3 Nob Hill Mission, now
Cashmere
Alonzo Peters to J H Howard $1, pt
It 10 b 45 replat Ist Add Wen
J H Howard to Alonzo Peters $1500
pt It 10 b 45 replat Ist add Wen
U S to John W Purtteman nc/i
sec 22-28-22
Swalwell-Swartout Co et al to Swal
well Land Loan & Trust Co $2662,
tracts 79 & 1 Low Line Div No. 1
Lake Chelan Land Co's irrigated lands.
US to Charles S Foss w IA seH se
% %tVx seX & ne# swK sec 20
--28-23
George D Perry to C C Warren
$12,000 pt ne'A sec 18-23-20 W
Gunn Ditch.
A Lok uu the Track
of the fast express means serious trou
ble ahead if not removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite fails, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by ton
ing up the stomach and curing the
indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of
Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over
three years, but six bottles of Electric
Bitters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only SO cents at all drug
gists.
Cash Prizes for Corn Growers
To stimulate a greater interest in
the growing of corn and to demonstrate
the possibilities and profitableness of
corn growing in the country tributary
to its lines, the 0.-W. R. & N. will
distribute several hundred dollars in
cash prizes during the coming season,
according to an announcement made
recently by C. L. Smith, the com
pany's agriculturist.
After serving twenty-three years in
the Indiana state prison for the murder
of her husband, Mrs. John Epps has
been vindicated, a brother of the mur
dered man confessing to the crime.
What is the state going to do to reim
burse the injured woman for the suf
fering and humiliation she has under
gone ?
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, pur
chased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for his boy who had a cold, and be
fore the bottle wu all used the boy s cold
was gone. I» that not better than to pay a
fiye dollar doctor's bill? For sale by all
dealer*.
Leav. Cleaning
and Dye Works
Now open in the building adjoining
Wheeler's Art Studio. We are pre
pared to do all kinds of Cleaning,
Repairing, Pressing and Dyeing and
make
CLEANING LACE CURTAINS
A SPECIALTY
F. H. Delameter
Place Your Order
For
COAL
Now!
We handle the celebrated
Crow's Nest Coal from Brit
ish Columbia Mines.
New Oats
and Hay
Call and get our prices.
THE FEED STORE
Rutherford & Burns
Jfriday October 18 1912
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LEWIS J. NELSON
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW
Notary Public
Suite 1 Elliott Block
Office Telephone 14
Residence Telephone IS
Lkavihwokth. WASH.
J. B. ADAMS
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Notary Public
Drawing* deeds, contracts and mort
gages, and examining abstracts
a specialty
E. II . FOX
LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC
Locution—Smith Building
' overOarlqulst's Jewelry Store
Leavenwortli. Washington
C Victor Martin Omar P. Barrows
' MARTIN & BARROWS
LAWYERS
1-3 S3 First National Bank Building
Phone 503
Wenatchee - - Washington
JOHN E. PORTER
Attorney at Law Notary Public
310 Columbia Valley Bank Bldg
Office phone 1635 Res. phone 1074
Wenatohee Wash.
Ira Thomas O, G. Hnnnnn
THO/lAS & HANNAN
LAWYERS
Suite 2, Rarey Building
Wenatchee Washington
Law Offices of
Ludtiijctoii. Baker A: Milin r
Wenutchee, Washington
U. 8. Commissioner Notary Public
;■-■ ■■-- -■'- -*igf. ■>..-.-.....-«,..
__——^—^—^ ——
REEVES, CROLLARD & REEVES
LAWYERS
Office, Second Floor Reeves Building
Farmers' Phone 2*!
Wenatchee - - Washington
B. J. Williams A N. Corbin .
WILLIAMS & CORBIN
Attorneys at Law
Wenatchee • Washington
Whittle) .V Hughes
Lawyers
Columbia Valley Wenatchee
Bank Bldg. Wash.
J. M. CROM
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Civil Engineer Cashmere
Phone 86 Cashmere
Livery and
Sale Stable
N. L. BROWN. Proprietor
Good Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses
100 Envelopes with your name an
address
75c
At The Echo Office
HOTEL ELMAN"
Near Depot and Court House
Best appointed Hostelry in
Central Washington
European Plan— In Connection
The place when* all Leavenworth
people stop when
IN WENATCHEE
When you go to Wenatchee
take the bus for
Hotel Wenatchee
Most convenient to all important
business points, and
Where you are most likely to meet
other Leavenworth visitors to
The Metropolis of the Valley.
PHYSICIANS ANDcDENTISTS
08. O. W. BOXBST
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
i«»T»nworth, Wull
DR. J. STILLSON JUOAH
Physician and Surgeon
Office resrlof Koerner's Drug Store
Phones—Office, IB; Residence, 111
Office Hours— lo to 1-' a.m. 2-4, M p.m.
Sundays by appointment
DR. A. Q. ncKEOWN
OLD RELIABLE DENTIST
Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1:30 to 5
Opposite Post Office Phone 132
N. M. SORENSON
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
CHELAN COUNTY
Office, Suite No. 1, Rarey Building
Wenatchee, Washington
DR. P. A. SNYDER
DENTIST
Adjoining Com- Office Hours
merclnl Club Rooms H:M to 12—1 to 6
W. M. AIcCOY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Columbia Valley Bank Building
Wenatchee, Wash
Phones:
Office, 1665; Residence, 1668.
Leavenworth Undertaking Co.
Licensed Embalmers
Lady assistant always in attendance.
Embalming guaranteed. Prices and
terms reasonable. Parlors opposite the
Congregational church.
Leavenworth, Wash.
H.N.MAY. Wenatchee, Wash.
The Cascade
Undertaking Company
MARTIN * KUELBS, I'rips
firs. A. J. n«rtln, fig
Embalming Guaranteea
Night or Day Calls Promptly Attended
Prices and Terms Reasonable
Telephone 182 License No. 4
Leaworth, Washington
•' J ' " "' "->
'Wenatchee
Abstract Company
Incorporated
R. W. VERMILYA, MgT.
Abstracts of Title to all lands
in Chelan county
Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders
Columbia'.Vall >■ Bank Bldg.
Wanatchec, Waihin^ton
V -/
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
IS OUR BUSINESS
We were here when Ohelan County
mM organized, our records are com
plete and kept up dally; accurate
and quick service is our motto.
Mail us your order.
Chelan County Abstract Co.
. (Incorporated)
J. A. GELLATLY W. W. GRAY
President Becy.
WENATCHEE, WASH.
SECRET SOCIETIES
F. O. t:.
_^» '-^v, .a. Cascade Aerie No. 838
.^ffifiifiSs*^. Fraternal Orderot Eagles
<*v-^tjCC>^" meets Ist and 3d Friday
evening In 1.0.0. F. Hall
Visiting members cordially Invited to attend.
A. M. Johnson, Worthy Pi-en.; I. W. Faulk
ner, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Hamilton Lodge No. 211. meets cv
4|^^HP crT Saturday night at 7:30 In Fire
"iWnW^' men's hall. Emtl David, N. G.
Walt Myers, Bee. Sec. J W. Hartman, Finnan
clal Sec. F. S. SearleH, Treasurer,
Visitors cordially Invited.
Improved Order of Red Men
Oblckamln Lodge meets first and third
Wednesdays In I. O, O. P. ball. ■aenem.T. O.
Thompson; Chief of Records, Art Johnson.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to at
tend.
j^ KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
«V Meet the second and fourth
■>kTj¥X \af Friday in the month In
C3iß^*sjS Firemen's Hall. K.T.Htew
ji>&>CZ '" - U-°-i '■'■ W. Moore. K.
** 1501* "' R- »nd H. Visiting breth-
I rea cordially Invited.

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