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To encourage the use of by the
People of Leavenworth
and if possible, to discourage the sending
out of Leavenworth
$2,000 Every Month
for printing that should be, and could be,
done right here at home we propose to
enter on a
Sixty-Day Job Printing
to show that just as good work can be
done here as in Seattle, Spokane, St.
Louis or any other place.
From April Ist to June Ist
Following are some of the prices we
will make on printing. If you do not find
among the items listed what you want
come and tell us what you want:
500 Letterheads, first class paper $2.50
250 additional, worth $1.25, cost nothing
1000 Letterheads, first class paper, $4.25
500 additional, worth $2.50, cos* nothing '
500 6 3-4 Envelopes, No. 1 Rag, $2.50
250 additional, worth $1.25, cost nothing
1000 Envelopes, 6>i, No. 1 Rag, $4.25
500 additional, worth $2.50, cost nothing
500 Standard Statements - - $2.25
250 additional, worth $1.25, cost nothing
1000 Standard Statements - - $4.00
500 additional, worth $2.00, cost nothing
100 VISITING CARDS 5O CENTS
The above price will hold good up to
and including any quantity you may want.
You give your order for what you want,
and we will add one half the quantity to
the order without additional cost. This
331-3 per cent off on all Printing
When you want anything in the print
ing line come in and figure with us. We
can take care of anything in the printing
line from a visiting card to a three-sheet
poster in three colors. Lithographed
Cards, Embossed Cards, Books, Pamph
lets, Handbills, Placards and Advertising
Stationery in any style at any price. We
have lots of time and lots of type. We
want to burn the time and melt the type.
After the first of June we will get
busy with apples and can not afford to
waste time printing for nothing. Where
fore the above offer holds good only until
the first of June, unless in the meantime
the price of paper should decline and jus
tify us in continuing the above prices.
Come in and inspect our printing sam
ples. There is an individuality and va
riety about Echo printing that cannot be
duplicated this side of Seattle and Spo
THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO
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~ THEATRE'S ~
At the Sceinc
Friday—"As You Like It"
Saturday —Elk's Minstrels. Curtain
raises at 9 sharp.
Sunday —Valley of the Moon. 5
reels. By Jack London.
Wednesday—Wild Fire, 5 reels, by
At the Grand
Saturday —Fatty and Miney He Haw
in 2 big Reel Keystones, comedy.
Sunday —A traitor to his country.
White River Celebrates St. Pat. on the
At an entertainment given at the
White river school house in honor of
St. Patrick last Saturday evening the
program hereto appended was given.
Miss Hannan, the teacher, spared no
pains to make the ensertainment in
teresting. She was assisted by some
of the boys employed in Wm. Nelson's
shingle bolt camp. After the enier
tainment the White river ladies, as
sisted by T-bone Kelley, served a
lunch. Everything was free.
St. Patrick's Revery Orchestra
Sweet Bird of Night (Nocturne)-Choir
"An Economical Boomerang"
Mrs. and Mrs. D. W. Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Church
Doctor Howard Ratcliff
Maggie Henrietta Hannan
The Earl King (Recitation)
Georgia Camp Meeting....-Orchestra
Mr. Finney's Turnip (Recitation)
Pat's Love (Recitation). Harold Fowler
"Train Leaves in Ten Minutes"
Mrs. Grey Wilda Batchelor
Frank (Her Husband). Harold Fowler
Betty (Her Child) Evelyn Fowler
Shades of Night(Song) Choir
'•That Rascal, Pat"
Pat McNoggorty (Servant). Joe Bradey
Major Puff jacket.... Tom Lockstone
Charles Livingstone Ray McDonald
Lora (In Love with Charles)
Mrs. W. A. Nelson
Nancy (in Love with Pat)
Mrs. C. E. Jacques
Georgia Town Orchestra
Napoleon Bridge Orchestra
Stolen Sweets Tableaux
Peace Song Choir
Coming Back from Erin
Mrs. Jennings and Miss Hannan
Scenes from the Poets.. Tableaux
Wearing of the Green. .. Irene Fowler
Estella Jacque and Wilda Batchelor
C. W. Briggs, Joe Fuller, Albert W.
When calling for the above please
G. A. Hamilton, Postmaster.
Vigorous action in referendum move
ments will be directed at the two bills j
requiring signers of initiative, referen-1
dum and recall petitions to go to reg- j
istration offices, Miss Lucy R.. Case,
secretary of the joint grange, labor and
farmers union legislative committee, 1
said this week. When legality of the
section making the law take effect :
April 10 has been setted, she said, a;
referendum against the jitney bus bill;
probably will be launched.
The minimum wage commission
will, within a few days, meet to fix
minimum wages for women and girls
employed as waitressse and also hotel
chambermaids. Three months ago
the commission met, but adjourned
without action in order to make inves
Helps Those Who Help Themselves
Start a Savings account with us
Today. You will be sur
prised how fast the dollars ac
Tumwater Savings Bank
"The Pioneer Bank" Capital and Surplus 930,000
Of Interest to Poultry Men
One of the bills important to the
Washington farmer which has just been
approved by the governor is that di
rected against the defective Chinese
egg. The bill regulates the packing
and sale of eggs and requires that they
be stamped as to fresh, preserved cold
storage, imported and in other ways.
The governor also signed the bill
which appropriates $25,000 to reim
burse stock owners whose cattle are
killed when found to be affected with
tuberculosis and provides for the test
ing of cattle by the state department
of agriculture, making it optional with
the owner to have them tested.
Standard Weight/orlApple Boxes'
A movement is now on foot among
the fruit growers of the state to bring
about standard weights for their pro
ducts. The various railways have tak
en under advisement the recommenda
tion to adotpt a uniform weight of 49
pounds per box on apples of all varie
ties, for which there are at present
different weights, making bills of lad
ing cumbersome and causing .liability
of mistakes. Standard weights on
peaches, cherries, pears, prunes and
plums are also being considered.
For a $300,000 building at the State
University, 8150,000 will be raised by
Twisp Valley ranchers plan construc
tion of great irrigation ditch.
NnTM'K-If you hAVO lOit anything, or
found any BltlOM, or If you want lo Imy, s>ll
rent, loOAtVi OF K<'t Information, wrltt> or
call at I nis olllco and place an ad In our
"Huslncss I'aiHKiapli Column." You will
Ret qulok reiillU. llntas 10 cunts n line for
first Insertion and 6 oenUa lino afterwards.
Minimum chai'tte HSotntt.
Will trade work mare, weight near
1200 lbs. for Milch cow. See Reynolds
Artichokes For Sale
Ten or twelve sacks Jerusalem Arti
chokes. $2 per 100 pounds. J. B.
Hathaway city. 12-13
Attention, Cow Owners
For Sale — Three young Holstein
bulls, thorobred. Fit for service this
year. Reasonable price. Terms easy.
Stock for Sale
Sheep, cattle and horses. Four milk
cows, two fresh. Two good brood
mares. See the owner on the George
W. Briskey place, near the mouth of
the Icicle river. Mile and half from
A few ever bearing strawberry plants
for sale. See Jas. McDaniels. 11-14
10 head horses. All broke. 3 fresh
milk cows. See Dude Brown for a bar
Lost, passbook on State Bank of Se
attle, between Dryden and Leaven
worth, March 25. Finder leave at
Echo office. 12
Four room house northside of track,
call at Echo office for particulars. 12tf
For Rent furnished housekeeping
rooms or single rooms, close in. In
quire at Echo office. 12
For rent S room brick house in Var
ney's addition. See or write J. E.
FOR RENT Two room shack close
in. CHEAP, with water and electric
liehts. Inquire at Echo office. tf
May Manton Patterns
May be had of the Blakely Dry
Goods Store, Spokane. tf*
ffrfday imarcb 26 1915
No BM lo try M Writr ©ill Your Cold—
■ I will Wnr \ou Oul ln«i. ;ul
Thousands keep on suffering coughs
and colds through neglect and delay.
Wy make yoursell an easy prey to
serious ailments and epidemics as the
result of a neglected cold? Coughs
and colds sap your strength and vitality
0 TUFF /'''/' '/ *J/ w^ --^y* **
When you buy your dyes or anything else in the
drug line from us you may know you get the best.
We do not allow ahything to grow stale and palm it
off on our patrons. We want the confidence of this
community; the way to get it is to deserve it.
We want those who do not buy their drug store
things from us to ask about us from those who do.
Remember "REXALL WEEK" Starts April Ist
Wheeler's City Drug Store
We Give You What You Ask for
One Hundred Cents on
For ever dollar spent at this store. That's out motto.
It is the motto on which we built up our besiness. It is
the same motto that wins us new customers every day. If
you are one of those that have not given us a chance to
prove our assertion come in today and we'll convince you.
Nothing But the Best for Our Trade
Is another rule of this store that has made friends and last
ing customers. Anybody can sell the first bill of goods.
Our endeavor is to sell you the first, last and all the time.
If you'll give us a trial we'll convince you.
The Rutherford Mercantile Co.
(Joe Massies' old stand) "Where a Dollar Buys a Dollar's Worth."
Fish for Lent
AM kinds of fish —fresh fish, smoked
fish, salt fish, dried fish, also crabs, clams
and oysters. Eat fish and reduce the high
cost of living.
We Want Chickens!
Bring 'em in; send 'em in; any way to
get 'em in. We'll pay you good prices.
The Leavenworth Market
Charles Eckhart, Manager.
have the appetites by which to judge
a flour. Just try our flours on them
—in bread or cake or biscuits. They
will say one word and put a lot of
meaning in it. It will be "more."
Try our flours once; a sack will con
convince you that you ought to use
Peach Blossom Hour
Wenatchee Milling Co. Wenatchee, Wash.
unless checked in the early stages.
Dr. King's New Discovery is what you
need —the first dose helps. Your head
clears up, you breathe freely and you
feel so much better Buy a bottle to
day and start taking at once. I
Veterans home at Port Orchard gets
$161,000 from state.