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title: 'The Leavenworth echo. (Leavenworth, Wash.) 1904-current, April 09, 1920, Image 5',
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Try n Want .\.l in The F,eho.
7f you are in need of a suit, sw
Just received—three dozen small
rugs—Naxle Sale- Co, ilfi i
Men* Hi top mule skin work shoes,
.<:;.flS pair.—,T. C. Ppnnry Co. (16*)
M - Marie Swarts, who i.- attend
if! Broadway high school at Seattle,
returned t.> her duties Wednesday af
ter spending the Easter vacation at
thr home of her parents in this city.
Rnlicing salads are easy to
make. And the Ingredients are
right here down to the fruits
and vegetables which make the
Or tempt your appetite with
sonic fresh vegetable served aa
a side dish. Or try gome flav
ory fruit served as a dessert.
We secure for our trade only
the freshest and host You
can buy no other kind here.
Come in and make your own
detection* or telephone your or
der with equal confidence.
Tor finest and Freshest
Rolls Wall Paper
Call in and Me our New
Naxle Sales Co.
Calder Ilerrinjr. Mi:'.
THE COMFORTAIIX WAV.
No. 26 - 2:50 p. m.
Jfo. 40 6:80 a. in.
\V 2 1:20 a. m.
No. 25 ■ 2:30 a. m.
No. 39, ar 1:50 p.m.
No. 1 ~ l:li p. xn.
Mrs. Nostrand, «f Gaynor, was her.'
Wednesday on a short visit
Mrs, Lewil and hahy wont to Wen
atchee Wednesday afternoon.
Men's Klk bicycle toe work shoe.-,
$3.98.— J. C. Penney Co, 118 i
For Sa!«'-inlaid linoleum In fine
condition. Apply Leavenworth Phar
Men's mule -km work shoes, good
quality, all sises, |8.46 I pair. —I. C
Penney Co, i in \
Mrs. Pitschow, of Drury, was ;•;
Leavenworth Tuesday and Wednes
day, shopping and visiting.
Bruce Smith and Thro.lorr Kuch ar
rived Thursday forenoon from Pull
man. for a few days' visit here.
Dr. and Mrs. .!. Stillson .lu.lah lefi
lad Saturday for Seattle whore they
have established their home.
The Catholic ladies will hold a ba
/aar at tiir old Tumwater hank build
ing on Saturday, April 10, n."i-'_'i ;
The regular meeting of the Kast
ern Star chapter will bo held next
Wednesday evening, April i ith. at
the usual hour.
Miss Feme I.indhy. who is teach
| injr school near Wenatchee, was her.'
to spend Faster with her father, -I. T.
Druggist and Mrs. F. C. Olberg
i have moved into the Dr. Judah resi
dence, where they will he at home to
Mrs. .1. T. McDonald an.l children
and Mrs. Catherine Lynch left on
Wednesday for Seattle. They had in
tended iromg some timp. hut were de
Mrs. A. p. Snyder and daughter
came over from Everett last Thurs
day and visited Mr. and Mr-. H. <;.
Krollpfelffer until the first of the
Win. Peppmoeller arrived homp
Wednesday from Harrington where
he had open to see his father, and left
airain in the afternoon to visit his
sister in Wenatchpe.
The creamery is now making ice
cream. If you want, fancy hricks in
diffi-rent colors, or any flavored cream
call the creamery and they will make
it Phone 411. Satisfaction guaran
Mrs. B. H. Bryan, vocal teacher,
will have her studio one Mock west of
school in the Xeutsel rnttaire. ('las
ses started Monday, March 11. All
those that have enpatfeil lessons and
those desiring to study will please
call Telephone Ifi.". (l 1 >
The season's playing of the coast
baseball league began Tuesday and
will end Oct. 17. according to the
schedule. The opening games were
given out to start as follows: I'm 1!
land at Salt Lake. Seattle at Sacra
mento. Vernon at San Francisco and
Oakland at Los Angeles.
Prof. Rickel has decided not to ac
i cept a re-election as a teacher in the
[ Leavenworth schools for another
j year. His father's health has been
i failing and he therefore thinks that
Ihe should return east to be nearer
him. The family home is at Oska
loosa. lowa, and Mr. Bickel and fam
i ily will return there as soon as
' school here is out.
F, A. T.osekamp left Wednesday
i on a trip to Idaho on business con
j nected with his minfne operations
and will he away much of the time
for a couple months. Mr. Logekamp
is a great old boy for being on the
move and having something to keep
. him busy— hut he is going to be hen
I to see some of the hiir hall games we
j are to have this season,
Win. Mcntosh showed us a couple
hooks on Wednesday which he had
just received from an old friend in
I Scotland—one the history of Ahei
deenshire, where Mr. Mclntosh wa-
I horn, and the other a Scotch dialect
j story and a good oni\ too. The re-
I cipient was very clad indeed to re-
Iceive them, as would anyone he with
1 a hit of Scotch in his makeup.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. (". Biles arrived
I home Monday from their trip to Cali
! fornia. They had a very pleasant 'a
ration, visiting- many nf the point.- of
interest all down the roast to San
Diego, where they spent two daj'
' with Mr. and Mis. Herd H. Maya .
■ and found them well pleased with
that city excepting that it was not
«arm enough. Mr. Biles is looking
a- if the trip had rarely been .in
.1. C. Mitchell, of Fain iew. Mont..
ha.- purchased what It known as the
Wescntt place just across the river
from that city, and also a tract of I
rouple acres adjoining ft. in all about
four and a half acres. Tin- purcha. c
was made through Mrs. I. .1. NVlson
and is a cash deal Mi Mitchell, we
are informed, will make considerable
improvement.- to buildings ami
grounds. H. ami Mrs. Mitchell me
■\|X'ltC<l heiv suon til t.'ikr posses
THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO
I'm hemstitchinir and pecoting, see
Mrs.G.W.Sampson, i I6*4tpd)
Fine assortment of ladies' dresse.*,
priced from $22.50 up.—J. C, Penney
Co. (16») '
•I. A. Warman was up from Peshas
tin Tuesday ;'ttendine to business
Mr. D. Arthur, of T.ethhridirc. Al
berta, Wai here last week on his way
from California where he had speni
Mr.-. W. (;. Schannach and Mi.--
Kdith Sinclair went over to Seattle
Wednesday, expect inir to return
A food sale will be irnen by the
Methodic Ladies' Aid Saturday.
April 17th. beginning at 10 a. m., at
Rutherford* store. i n; i
.lulian Mayar writes from 800
Geary street. San Francisco, sayinj;
that he in on the "copy desk" of the
Chronicle, and sends reirards to all.
H. C. Rutherford Is getting hi*
flshinjr tackle into shape for a try at
the big fpliowg. He In no novice and
there will be something doing when
he u'oc.- out.
Mrs. R. p, Davis left last Sunday
night for a month's visit at her old
home in Animo. I!. ('. She had no
been home for two yean and looked
forward to a most Interesting time.
While cutting "if a holt one day re
cently O. I!. Hays met with an acci
dent which cost him the sight of one
eye. A part of the holt struck him
In the eye and for a time he thought
the injury a slight one. but upon con
sulting Dr. Widhy, it was found that
the injury was very serious and he
was sent to a special i-t at Seattle.
where he was placed in a hospital
Our latest report was that there was
hut little chance of saving the eye.
K. P. Davis, who lias been break
inn "» the r.roat Northern, has i-p
signed an. l taken the nironoy fin- tl).'
the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company and will work between
Leavenworth an.l Seattle ami also on
the Northern Pacific and Milwaukee.
Mi-. Davis is a hustler ami ought to
make a jrreat success of the business
as he has a fine company.
Mr. ami Mrs. .1. A. Duncan BtriveH
home last Saturday from spending
the winter with relative! in Linevil
le. in southern lowa. Mr. Duncan
say.- that the winter was not very se
vere down then 1, hut they saw
tome rough weather In Minnesota
ami North Dakota as they came home
and Washington looked jfnori to them
when they trot here.
The lotli annual ball given by the
(Iran.l International Auxiliary B. ofli
T.. X.. at Firemens Hall Monday night ji
was the mn.<t complete social success
ever held in the City of Leaven
worth. The annual i>alls given by the
G. I. A. are eventi looked forward to ]
with the most eager anticipation, and j
for several weeks devotees of dancing
had awaited the coming of;
April sth, that their pleasant antici-1
pation might be turned into the ban
pii'.-t of realization. They were not (
disappointed, and as evidence con
clusive that til annual events of thi |
ladiet of tho (',, 1. A. are receive'!
with enthusiasm, the largest crow)
ever gathered at the Firemens hal
was on hand to take part in tho j
Torpsiehorean festival, a conservative
estimate placing the number present
at three hundred and fifty. The hall
had been prettily decorated for thr
occasion, and in one comer little mi
ses presided over punch bowl*
where those who became- thirsty from
too much effort on the floor might |
saunter up and cool their palate wit'
delirious fruit juice.-. Hauler's or
chestra furnished the music and every j
couple present, from the young folks
in their teens to those younger
youngsters of Mxty. fared forth upon
the polished floor and forgot dull car'
in the lui> of old-fashioned waltz or
seductive whirl of the newer
fo\ - trot anil one - step. T' •
musicians were very generous in thei
efforts to please, and that they did
please was evidenced by the numer
ous encores which greeted their care
fully rendered select ion?. A feature
of the evening was the prand march
in which everybody participated, and
at tin' conclusion of which each lad/
was presented with a pink carna
tion and each cent with a red one.
As evidence of the unusually large
crowd present, more than three hun
dred carnations were given out.
Even so large a supply proved inadi
qttate, however, and many of the la
dies were forced to do without i
posy. The dances immediately fol
lowing the presentation of the car
nations, bore ever\- semblance to an
animated flower garden and the ef
fect WSJ indeed a pleasing one. '
Dancing continued until the earll.
hours of the morninir. and a- the
strains of the tina! waltz died
away, the crowd reluctantly departed
for- their homes, tired but happy, and
of DM accord in giving to the 'ad ■•
of the <', 1 A. credit for promot
riu aason'i dmciag pa"> niprem*
Dressmaking. — Mrs. Will Hren
New shipment of ladies' trimmed
hats at popular prices. —.1. C. li nrvn
Co. , !H ,
One peculiarity in Leavenworth I* i
that but very few of the splendid ap-
I pies crown in this community are
seen In our stores, and the casual v:s
itor here would hard!) BUSpeCt that
that this is the very place where the
best apples in the world are grown.
Our merchants should, it seems to iu>,
at all times display samples of the
very !>est fruit produced here.
The pipe 1 i n*- that supplier water
for thf Great Northern railroad
roundhouse and the Great Northern
saw mill was cut about two miles up
tin' canyon Tuesday night by a rock-|
slide—and Sam Daly says for u» to
say that the city in furnishing thn ■
water thit time. A crew of men n*
put on the job Wednesday ajnl the
break is probably repaired by this!
time. This is a case where it wa-«
fortunate for the mill and railroad
that the city had an ample slupply of
viater to spare.
We understand that the old hall
grounds in tin- northwestern part •>(
tin- city can again he hail if arrange
ments can he made for a team. It is
saiil that all that is necessary in put •
these grounds in condition fur play
ing is to nm a roller over them and .
mark out a diamond, elect a backstop
ami such benches as may hi- deemed i
necessary m- a grandstand if desire*l j
Therefore the expense would be small
and all that is lacking now is for
someone to show a little pep and col
lect the funds necessary—which
ought tn be a -mall iol> in a city if
Ixoo population and everybody a
public spirited booster and jolly good
fellow: so let's hop to it and get the
team in working order. Every town
flown the line will have a team this
year, and it is rumored that even
Tumwater, up the Canyon, with no
one tint Shorty Lancaster to do the
boosting, i- seriously thinking of vet
ting a winning hunch together.
If it isn't an Eastman
it isn't a kodak
and Art Shop
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"I Don't Mind big Days LikQ This,
Sinco IVo Had Mtj Monarch Rango.
It is easy to get a big meal
on a Monarch.
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As a Fuel Saver and Time Saver it has no
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1 Leavenworth. - Wash. i^y^UmaXfiK
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During the spring mmod the world is tilled with beauty, which you
may catch and retain through the use of one of the
You will find the purchase of a Kodak one of the best investments
you ever made. It will yield pleasure now and for years to "me
A novice can take good pictures with one of thesi Kodaks, and have
M much fun a.- a professional.
Start now and be ready when the attractive out-of-door season
We al.-o handle Photo Supplies.
Let Our Drug Store be Your 1 >rug Store.
I-. C. OLBI3RG, Drugjgist
Replete with the best that
the markets can supply. Try our
Premium Hams. They are Delicious.
Now is the time to bright
en up! Paints, enamels, oils and kal
somines in every color at reasonable
A FINE DRESS SHOE, worth $B.OU »J C A
a pair, at .... V^iVW
A line of men's MULE SHOES, »>Q CA
at per pair .... yO»wU
A Solid Double Sole All Leather Shoe, . 01* CA
wear guaranteet . . - . .
Mutual Mercantile Company
Close Saturday Nijrlit 9 o'clock sharp PHONE .'lOl
Butter Wrappers at the Echo Office