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Ifridav February 14 1913
LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS
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Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to
The Echo Office .'. .-. Telephone Number 285
F. A. Reynolds was a business vis
itor in Cashmere Wednesday.
Don't fail to read the big ad on the
last page in regard to Miller's addi
Miss Ida Peppmoeller left Tuesday
for Everett where she will visit for a
A full line of Eastman Kodaks a nd
supplies. Wheelers Photo and Art
Mrs. Tarlton left Tuesday afternoon
for Snohomish where she was called by
the sudden death of her sister's child.
All the standard make watches in
men's and women's sizes to suit all
classes of buyers. Good timekeepeis
at a small price, fine watches at a
small profit. Carlquist's. 43* I
J. W. Quigg of the firm of Seaman I
& Quigg, contractors, left Wednesday
morning for Portland, where he has the
contract for a big job. He expects to
return here about Monday.
Dr. Judah accompanied Charles Wil
lis to Wenatchee last week where he i
underwent an operation on Saturday for
a tumor on his neck. The doctor re-
ports him to be progressing nicely.
The real estate of firm of Reynolds
Bros, the past week sold Herman
Franklin lots one and two of the replat
of lots A. and B. in Merriam addition
belonging to John Bergrenn. Mr.
Franklin intends to start the erection
of a residence at an early date.
A prominent Wenatchee business
man was here a few days ago looking
for a house. He said if he could ob
tain suitable quarters he would move
his business here, and further volun
teered the information that other We
natchee business men would like to
Lyman Lamb, who was taken to the
hospital in Wenatchee two weeks ago
where he has since been confined, is
reported by Dr. Judah to be in a fair
way to recovery- He was operated on
by Dr. McCoy of Wenatchee two weeks
ago and has been steadily improving
J. D. Wheeler made a trip to Sky
komish last Sunday returning the fol
lowing day. He recently recived a
permit from the state game warden to
catch a deer for captivity and as the
animals are quite plentiful in that lo
cality had hoped to be able to bring
one with him on his return. He found
the snow so hard that he was unable
to follow the deer and was forced to
return empty handed. The animals
have been driven down quite close to
Skykomish this winter on account of
the deep snow and the citizens have
been putting out feed for them.
The funeral service of Mrs. Muse,
who died at her home in Cascade Or
chard last week, was held at the under
taking parlor Sunday afternoon, Rev.
Jeffords officiating. The body was
taken to the old home in Tennessee,
Monday morning, by the brother of j
Mr. Muse. The husband, two chil
dren and two brothers are left to mourn
her departure. The highest testimony
that may be given of any one was
given of this life by one who knew her
well; who said, "she seemed like a
floating angel among us, always cheer
ful, ready to do all she could." She
was about twenty three years old at the
time of her death.
John Johnson and his partner, G. F.
Heavner, residents of Blewitt, old
timers at that, spent several days here
this week. Mr. Heavner went to We
natchee Tuesday morning on business.
Mr. Johnson has unbounded faith in
the final making of a great mining camp
at Blewett, and his faith is not entirely
without evidence, as he had a dozen
or more gold nuggets of varying size,
from SO cent value to six or seven dol
lar value that he took from the earth
at Blewett, and what is most important
is the fact that these were only samples
and he had a lot more, much more
convincing in size and value. All hail,
to Johnson. It is men of his type that
make the earth yield up her treasures.
Oh ye of little faith, away with you.
We' sing the song of the man with
great faith. Faith once removed tl
mountain; faith saved the world, and
faith in the future of Leavenworth is
going to build a city here.
Mrs. L. W. Bloom of Wenatchee
was a visitor in the city the first of the
Carlquist's work is guaranteed.
Cleaning watches $1.00 and ud.
Mainsprings. 75 cents. 43*
A new line of leather goods includ
ing hand bags and music rolls at Carl
Miss Glenna Shotwell came up from
Cashmere Tuesday afternoon to visit
for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Tur
L. O. Taylor who has been em-
I ployed in the office of the Lamb-Davis
Mill Co. has succeeded Mr. Ashton as
\ assistant cashier in the Tumwater Say
! ings bank.
On account of the resignation of
' Miss Goldie Trent, a teacher in the
public schools last Friday, Superinten
dent Moore states that he has been
put to much trouble in taking care of
her class. A new teacher to take her
place is expected in a few days.
Mrs. F. Flannigan and children of
[Maiden, Wash., arrived here last week
and are visiting at the home of E. A.
Woods. Mrs. Flannigan has a home
| stead on Eagle creek about fifteen
miles from here and intends to take up
her residence there soon.
The Leavenworth and Cashmere
high school basket ball teams will
clash at the high school Friday even
ing and it is hoped that a good crowd
will turn out to the game. The game
promises to be an exciting one and as
the boys are under considerable ex-
Dense in bringing the visitors here
they are deserving of a large crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sylvester re
turned from Portland. Oregon, last Fri
day by way of Spokane, after an ab
sence of over one month during which
time Mr. Sylvester was in attendance
at the district forestry office, located
in the Oregon metropolis. Mrs. Syl
vester returned to Portland yesterday
in response to advise that her aunt had
died in that city.
John A. Hatton, a mining expert
with a considerable stock of mining in-
formation, who has made his home at
Cashmere the past few months and is
interested in placer ground near Blew
ett, which he will develope the coming
summer, met by appointment, Messrs.
Johnson and Heavner here this week
for the purpose of talking over matters
relative to the future of the oldest camp
in the state.
Henriette Hannon, who was a mem
ber of the High school last year was
a visitor Tuesday.
The Cashmere Basket Ball team will
play the High School team in the gym
nasium Friday evening Feb. 14.
The Domestic Science Girls of the
High School wish to thank those who
have given them orders for cooking.
They hope the fulfillment of these have
proven satisfactory and will warrent
The Philomathian Literary Society
will give a program today, Friday Feb.
14. The principal features of which
are papers and reports on Domestic
Science and Manual Art. It would be
great encouragement to the members
of the society if the patrons and friends
The Philomathian Literary Society
gave a reception Friday evening in the
High School Gymnasium. Those
taken in as honorary members were:
Messrs. Moore and Moran, Misses
Evans and Miller. Those as active
members were: Frank Snyder and Elvin
Peterson. The evening was spent in
games and music. The domestic
science girls prepared a delicat* lunch
eon which was divided with the Hiyu
The Basket Ball Boys are still prac
tising with the Town team. The line
up for Tuesday evening was as follows:
Town Team H. S. Team
Fitspatrick R F. Anderson
Smith L F. Hayes
Johnson R G. Arborgast
Mahoney L G. Pike
Arnold C. McNett
The score was twenty-one to forty in
favor of the High School.
Cbc Hcavenwortb echo.
The Leavenworth Mercantile Co.
The Big Store That Always Saves You Money.
NOTIOK—If you have lout anything, or
found any article, or if you want to buy, sell
rent, looiite, or get Information, write or
call at this office and place an ad In our
"Business Paragraph Column." You will
get quick results. Rates 10 cents a line for
first insertion and 5 cents a line afterwards.
Minimum charge 23 cents.
For Rent —Two unfurnished house
keeping rooms, close in. 5
For Rent —Two room shack. Close
in. Inquire at the Echo office. 50tf
Calves Wanted —From week old up.
Address box 517, Leavenworth. 5-7
Anyone wishing to have sewing done
should write or call Miss Anna Sands,
City. Will come to the home. 6-
For Rent —Good 11 room house,
partly furnished. $25 a month for
particulars, see L. J. Howerton. city.
For Sale —On account of ill health I
offer for sale at invoice price a well es
tablished and paying tobacco, fruit and
confectionery business. Inquire at
Echo office. 6tf
For Sale or Trade good team of work
horses, gentle and good pullers weigh
ing about 2600 pounds, will sell cheap
if sold at once. See or write J. H.
Sharp, city. 6pdtf
For Sale —Two cypher incubators
used only one season. One 70 egg
and one 390 egg, cheap. See or
write W. J. Watson at the Opera Bar
Wants to Borrow $500
I have a five acre orchard tract near
Dryden all set to 2-year old fruit trees
on which I would like to borrow $500
on a first mortgage. For three years,
L. G. Smith, Dryden. 5-6pd
An equity in part bearing seven
acre orchard, one mile north of Great
Northern depot for unincumbered Lea
venworth property. W. F. Swalwell,
1716 Hewitt Avenue Everett, Wash.
Before you place your order for fruit
trees, let us talk to you. We are
agents for the Cashmere Nursery and
can ofler you the best varieties. For
trees suitable for this locality, write or
call on Haines, Fox & Co. city. stf
The favorite whiskey of famous men
is HARPER, because of its smooth,
exquisite flavor; because of its match
less purity; because of its mellow age.
No wonder its the favorite. Every
drop sterling. Harper Whiskey is sold
by J. B. Violette, at the Overland Bar.
Sole agency. 41tf
Card of Thank*
To the good people of Peshastin,
and especially to Mrs. Grace Lutten
back, whose help and kindness during
my recent bereavement I appreciate
very highly and will ever remember,
I hereby tender my sincere and heart
felt thanks. John M. King| |
Fit His Case Exactly.
"When father was sick ul>out six years ago
he read an advertisement of Chamberlain'B
Tablets in the papers that fit his case ex
actly," writes Miss Margaret Campbell of
Ft Smith, Ark. "He purchased a box of
them and he has not been sick since. My
sister had stomach trouble and was also ben
efited br them." For sale by all dealers.
We offer you for spring planting
an extra fine lot of extra well rooted
and thrifty nursery stock, including
Apple trees, Pear trees, Cherry
trees. Apricot trees, Plum trees
and Prune trees.
Black Berries, Red and Black
Raspberries, Dew Berries and
Monthly and annual blooming
Rose bushes, including climbers.
ROOTS and BULBS—
Rhubarb and Asparagus roots.
Dahlia Bulbs in assorted colors.
You are invited to visit our nur
sery. We will be glad to show you
the stock any time. Write us your
list of wants for quotations, or see
A. L. HAINES, of Leavenworth,
Remember, we are a home con
cern and can deliver your order the
day you want it.
G. A. Laudenback, Prop.
Cashmere - - - Washington
CASH Clearance Sale!
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods
Saturday 15th to Tuesday 25th
All broken lines will be sacrificed—from one-fourth to one
third off, and many short lots go at half off, regular price.
Don't forget the date. See posters for special prices. Come
early, as we will once again prove this to be the greatest cash
saving sale of men's and boys' goods yet held in town.
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Walkover Shoes
Capital $25,000 Surplus $2,500
Safe Deposit Boxes
are now installed
Our vault is both fire and burglar proot
Leavenworth State Bank
ROB'T B. FD2LD, Cashier
If you want to use the best quality of paper try our
SYMPHONY LAWN and you will not be disappointed.
We also carry the same in tablets and envelopes. Other
grades of Box Paper from 15c to 75c. Tablets, 5c to 25c.
Envelopes, 5c to 20c a package. You will find here a
complete stationery stock.
For Quality and Service —
THE REXALL STORE
School Supplies Cigars Velvet Skin Cream