* Jfridav ITHarcb 26 1915
One Night Only
Sat. March 27
* ft Singers and Aft
1U Comedians **«
Introducing those Famous
Lew Dockstader Ferguson
Billy Van Stout
Honeyboy Evans Burbank
George Primrose Dimmitt
A Chorus of 30
By Special Request
the Curtain will rise
at Nine o'clock.
WAR TIME PRICES
Lower Floor - - - 50c
Balcony - - - - 35c
Watch for Parade
Come in and look over
my new samples and make
a selection for that new
Samples Never Better
Workmanship and Fit
Guaranteed. Pressing, re
pairing and cleaning.
ThOS. Nolan, Tailor
Is the Staff of Life
We always have
Plenty of the Staff
Besides Bread we have:
and everything else you would
expect to find in a first class,
up to date bakery.
S- M. Knowlton
Up to Date
We are kow ready to please
our patrons at reasonable prices.
Come and talk wiih us before
you decide on your dressmaker.
Elizabeth V. Flynn
Before buying a cream separator call
and see the "Empire" at Motteler's
! Feed Store. 7tf*
Mrs. J. L. Mastin went to Wenat
chee Tuesday afternoon and returned
the following day.
Del McCoy, pioneer merchant of
Peshastin, was here yesterday circu
lating among his many friends.
Mrs. Chester Dawson and baby will
leave next Tuesday for San Diego,
Calif., to visit for an indefinite period.
The Eastern Star ladies are engaged
in arranging an April Fool party to be
held at the Masonic Hall next Thurs
J. B. Deßlois and family will move
to Pateros, Wash., shortly after Easter.
Mr. Deßlois kas arranged to take pos
session of a hotel at that place.
Miss Vera Swan, a popular young
lady of Orondo, Wash., who has been
visiting with her cousin Mrs. C. E.
Huff, left for her home today.
Day Reynolds this week bought lots
28 and 29 block 1, Central addition,
which was formerly the R. E. Simons
property. The price paid was $1,800.
Mrs. Sexton Carlquist left Wednes
day for Portland, Oregon, where she
will meet her husband. Mr. Carlquist
has located at Camas, Wash., near
E. L. Springer, stenographer in the
forestry office left last Sunday for Syc
amore, Kansas in response to advice
that his father was very sick. He will
be absent ten days or two weeks.
John Brender last week bought a
S passenger Ford touring car from the
Cascade Garage, which he says is af
fording him much pleasure. He in
tends to make use of it in his forestry
Mrs. Jennie M. Field, mother of
Robt. B. Field, cashier of the State
Bank, left Wednesday afternoon for
Ethbridge, Montana, and will spend
the summer with her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. C. Field.
Wm. Schott, from Snohomish, who
has been here for the past ten days
visiting his brother and sister will leave
tomorrow for home. He is employed
in a milk con densery that expects to
resume operations within a short time.
R. E. Simons came back from
Ephrata this week to take charge of
the G. N. station at this place, suc
ceeding Mr. Banko. For the past two
years he has been stationed at Ephrata.
Mr, Banko will probably take a place
on the up river branch of the Great
J. B. Duncan, postmaster at Pe
shastin, made an early morning trip to
Leavenworth yesterday. He says all
the fruitgrowers in the vicinity of his
bailwick are very busy just now with
orchard work. No idle men there now
or complaint of lack of work for all who
want to get employment.
Rev. W. V. Davis came over from
Algona, Wash., where he is now lo
cated, last Sunday, and has spent most
of his time on his ranch near Dryden,
just taking time to shake hands with
old Leavenworth friends. He says
Mrs. Davis has not been well the past
winter and may have to undergo an op
The Ladies of the Maccabees of the
World held a very interesting meeting
last Tuesday night at Firemen's hall.
Mrs, Mabel Hutchings was elected as
a delegate to the state convention.
A class of nine candidates were also
initiated into the order. After the
initiation a three course luncheon was
served and all enjoyed a very pleasant
Some two hundred cars of barbed
wire passed thru here in the past ten
days bound for Seattle where it will be
transferred to boats for shipment to
Vladivostok and thence to Russia for
use in the war. Hundreds of cars of
auto trucks and other war material have
passed this way over the Great Nor
thern, all bound for the war zone.
Joseph Gangler closed a deal this
week with Wm. Stevens for his 320
acre ranch north of town. The con
sideration was $11,000. In part pay
ment Mr. Stevens takes some We
natchee residence property. The Ste
vens ranch which is located about 2
miles from town is considered one of
the best places in the Upper Wenat
chee Valley. The sale was made thru
the agency of Reynolds Brothers.
CTbc aeavenwortb Jgcbo.
1 -. HlttjW*i*^-
Mrs. J. W Caldwell who has been ill j
lor Ihe past 10 days is reported to be
J. H. Andrews and wife have shipped
their furniture from Centralia and will
follow in a few days. Mr. Andrews is
owner of the H. R. Jones acreage be
Mrs. Wilma Moore has moved from
Everett and is living on her place
above town. The house has recently
been overhauled and repaired.
Mrs. P. G. McClure and daughter
Mac of Leavenworth were in Peshastin
a few hours Monday.
Geo. and Jim Sussex received a tel
egram late Monday evening saying
that a brother had died at Abington,
111., His recovery was expected when
his brother George left there a few
woeks ago. Jim left Monday night
for the east to be present at the lu
neral which will take place soon after
Rev. F. L. Moore has arrived home
from Spokane where he has been for
several days in a hospital recovering
from an operation which he had per
The Icicle Cana! Co. has a crew 'of
men at work repairing the ditch. Water
will be turned in as soon as the work
A. G. Stage, D. McCoy and Mrs.
Minnie Reed were in Wenatchee Mon
day on a business trip.
Mrs. P. N. Gregory is reported to
be quite ill. Dr. Juddh was called in
J. W. Adams of New York gave a
lecture in the hall Tuesday night to a
large audience. His topic was "Mean
ing and outcome of the present war.
Mrs. Frank Maxfield will be able to
return home from Seattle in a few days.
J. N. Hobson has returned from
Wenaichee where he has spent the
winter and has started his spring work.
Mrs, Hobson will follow in a few weeks.
Sunday school 9:45
Rev. F. E. Stern.
Preaching at 11, subject, "God's
Companionship" Evening service at
7:30. Special music.
School meets at 10 o'clock next
Sunday. Already it has passed the
Services as usual Sunday Mar. 28.
There will be special music at each
All members are urged to be pres
ent on Sunday morning,
At the Epworth league hour a spec
ial program is arranged. It will be a
surprise. Be sure and come.
It's a long way to Tipperary but a
short way to the M. E. church, so
come to church Dext Sunday morning.
A good crowd attended church last
Sunday and the special music in the
morning was very much appreciated
by the congregation.
The Sunday school is making great
progress and incressin? in attendance.
120 were present last Sunday.
It is perhaps needless to say that as
spring is here, and all things take on
new life, that the Epworth League also
is taking on new Uife and the attend
ance is good.
As a man thinketh so he is, there
fore be careful what you think.
Think well of your neighbor. Be a
booster, not a knocker, or your name
will never be written on the roll of
All! The lui'leoratliiK Whlir <>r Ibr
I'llli- I ..rt «!.'
How it clears the throat and head of
its mucous ailments. It is this spirit
of newness and vigor from the health
giving piney forests brought back by
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Antisep
tic and healing. Buy a bottle today.
All druggists 25c.
Electric Bitters a spring tonic. 1
Shingle mills are cutting wages to
the international standard-reduction of
50 cents a day to knot sawyers, and
25 cents a day for packers.
Bon Ton Corset Red Cross Shoes
Spring has just stepped across the threshold and
the dainty Easter blossoms that await the tasteful
dresser are at the Leavenworth Mercantile. No store
anywhere, even in considerably larger cities, was ever
so perfectly groomed with style that strikes the cor
rect keynote of individualism. New Spring 1915
dress fabrics, including black and white stripe Shep
herd Checks, correct cloth Gaberdins, brocaded Voils,
fancy Crepe de Chene, washable Silks, plain Messa
line and Taffeta. A crisp line of Wash Dress Goods
in Marquisetts, Voils, Crepes, Piques, plain and fancy
Flaxons, etc. All the new spring styles in Women's
Shoes and Pumps. A complete line of Men's Cloth
ing, Shoes and Furnishings.
Leavenworth Mercantile Co.
The Big Store that Always Saves You Money
Governor Lister has set aside Friday,
April 9, as Arbor Day for this year and
urges the scoools to plant trees and
shrubbery and that public and private
property as well be beautified in the
Summons by I'ulilii ation
in the Superior Court of the State of Wa»h
inii torObelan County.
Edna MayOall, Plaintiff,
Charles Franklin ball, Defendant.
The suite of •Washington to the said
Chillies Franklin Call, defendant:
You lire hereby summoned to appear
within 81-tty ino> days after, the. date
Of the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wlt, within sixty 1801 da}
after the Huh day of March, 1015, and
defend the abovo entitled action in the
above entitled court, and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned attor
ney for plaintiff, lit his office below slated:
and In oaie of your failure so to do, Judg
ment will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of the said
court. This is an action In which the
plaintiff sues fora divorce from you on the
ground of non-support mid for the custody
of the three minor children of yourself and
UP te ofV.r'st pub.lcaH.mMch
Attorney for Plaint HI.
Postofflce address: Wenatohee, Ohejnn
s..ii. . ol Slicrlfl'« Sale <>l Heal Estate
on I'OniiiiMiri' of Mortgage
In the Superior Court of the State of Wash
ington In and forChelan County.
Lewis J. Nelson us Executor of the Estate
of Charles John Anderson, Deceased | Is
Charles Freeman and Effle Freeman, hus
band and wife, Thomiis Jett, I-loycl Milton
Jet t iind Lawrence Klbert Jett,
Under and i>y virtue of an order of tale
under foreoloiure of mortgage, Iwued mil
of the above entitled Court on tbelltliday
of March, iniß. in which action the above
named plaintiff obtained n luditmenl lien
against the property hereinafter described
in the sum of seven Hundred Thirty- 1 hree
Hollars and eighty-five cents isWi>">' a*
principal, ami Beventy-One an and
ninety-one cents (171.91 ' as Interest tweth
er with an attorney fee of $RO, iincl plaintlfl -
costs in Hie sum of J2O, together with inter
est on the principal and Interest llrst above
mentioned at the rateofieven percent per
iinnnm and Interest on iittorney fee am
court eusts above mentioned nt the rate or
~i\ per cent pernniium from tin'sth day ot
March, im"> and also Decree of Foreclosure
of Mortgage against the above named de
fendauts, which said .ludument and Decree
dated the Bth day of March, IWB. and which
said .ludKiiifiit i"»i Decree weredujyana
regularly ilieil for record in the office of
the clerk <>r snid Court and are entered in
hi~ Execution Hockct '.'. page -in, In Mid
" I did on the wtii day of March. 18 ■'>. levy
upon all their riitht title and Interestpf the
above named defendants in and to the fol
lowing described real property, situate In
the I'imiiij of ObeUn and State of Wash
ington, and more partioularl; desorioea
iis follow * :
The west half' »', ufili -outhwe-l quar
ter(swk) of section thirty-two (Sz; town
ship twenty-five (i-l) north range eighteen
MB' K. W. M., containing eighty '■•<>' aorei
more or less, Mibjcct any vested and ac
orned rtghtsofwsy for roads or ditches.
Notice Is hereby given tlint on Saturday,
the 24th day of April, 1918 nt the hour of ten
nil o'clock n. in. of said day, I will sell at
the front door facing Wwmtchee Avenue
of the Court House, in the I'lty of wenat
ctaee, Ohelan county, Washington, lit pub;
lie auction for cash In hand, to the highest
and best bidder, all the right, title and rn
teroat of the above named Defendants In
and to the above described real property,
or as much thereof as may l« necessary to
satisfy the Plaintiff's Judgment, together
with an attorney fee and cost! Mid In
Dated at Wenatcheo this 10th day of
March, 1915. ns.K,NV,)N,
RherlfT of Ohelan Comity.
marlOapr* By W. V. Hull, Deputy.
Teacher of Piano
1.. in.ill Hi -Him!
Terms reasonable. Address City, and
I will be pleased to arrange for lessons.
Kathleen M. Scott
Phone 103, Leavenworth, or write
Box 12, Wenatchee.
Capital $25,000 Surplus $5,000
If you want material prosperity
that is your due you will find our
Bank Account Plan a real help.
Leavenworth State Bank
L. F. BULLIS, 'Vice Pres. ROB'T B. FIELD, Cashier
Big Special Sale
Don't miss this opportunity to get
some first grade Blue and White
Enamel Ware at Bargain prices.
25c, 50c and 75c assortments that
give you real value for the money.
All first grade goods, no seconds.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
H. G. Krollpfeiffer
Phone 45. Everything in Hardware
I HOTEL STANFORD I
250 HEARS* STREET
I San Francisco M
Headquarters for the people of Washington
during the big 1913 EXVOSITIOM
Operated under the management of Ike Harris, formerly
J proprietor of The Vendome Hotel, Davenport. Washington LJJ
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*fl Centrally located on San Francisco's main street. Within ml
M walking distance of theatre and shopping district. Direct jtfj
car lines to the EXPOSITION Grounds pass the door r=p
I All Room . s,c.m I RATES I .50 R««n» ° Solid |
Hcted ci en I
LJ !■„, , _ij *150 Abaolutcljp Fireproof L
Hot and Cold S(e> , Coi^reU M
ES Running Wat«r a J a y up Slruclur* &
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From Wharves take car No. 16, get off at Bush and Kearny |
*J Sts. From Third and Townsend St. Depot, take car No. IS UI
§j or 16. From Ferry take Sntter St. car, get off at Kearny Jej
52 St., walk half a block North. Eg
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