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title: 'The Leavenworth echo. (Leavenworth, Wash.) 1904-current, August 12, 1921, Image 5',
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Lay in Your
for the busy season
Our stock is com
plete and up-to-date
Where A Dollar Buys
A Dollar's Worth
LEAVEN WORTH, WN.
Is putting forth every effort to
keep down fires.
Let us do all we can to help
them it's helping ourselves. It's
no pleasure to camp or fish in a
Get Your Fishing Tackle at the
Let Our Drug Store Be Your Drug Store
F. C. Olberg, Druggist
All Our Ladies', Misses'
& Children's White Can
vas Shoes and Slippers
at a Reduction of
Mutual Mercantile Co.
Lemenworth's Only Department Store
(loses Saturday ESvminfl at 9:00 O'< lock Sharp
River Street .i 1 Cashmere hu be >n
improved by graveling,
David Briskey of Cashmere was bi
rested fop- manufacturing homebrew,
Guy Wheeler and C. A. Campbell
ilrove ti> Seattle last Satin.lay night,
returning early this week.
Mrs. A. 11. Shaffer, who had been
here visiting her aunt. Mrs. B. II
Bryan, returned to here home at Se
at tie Monday afternoon.
See the first showing of ladies'
-nits and drosses priced at prp-wur
prices, $9.90 to $:i4.75. Worth your
while to look before purchasing. .1,
C. Penney Co. — Advertisement.
Mrs. Henrj Woldtveilt's sister, Mrs.
11. Hibbard, accompanied by hey
friend, Mrs, Carl, both of Spokane,
arrived here Tuesday to visit for v
time at the Woldtvet home.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Bryan, Mrs \
I! Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs. s. A.
Tetter drove to Wenatchee Sunday
afternoon and spent the evening, hav
ing a very line dinner party at the Ki
Mrs. George Hilton, accompanied
by Mrs. Thos. Cannon, went to Wen
atchee Monday afternoon to have an
operation at the Deaconpxs hospital.
The operation was effected Tuesday
morning and Mrs. Hilton was said to
ha\c come through it very nicely.
Her mother. Mi:. Jos. Stafford, and
Mr. Hilton, went down Tuesday mom
mr to be with her.
Mr.-. .1. 11. Mitchell ha. l a painful
experience Monday, while doing tin 1
family washing, She wax oiling the
wringer on the electric washer and in
some manner her hair wax caughl in
il A strip of thr Rcalp from the
forehead back was bared before the
machine was stopped. Aside from the
shock and pain she suffered no ill uf
fects and was soon at her usual du
Mr. H. X. l'Vatherstone. who ha.i
ar operation about .-i\ months ago
I'm 1 stomach trouble, was at Wenai
chee last. Saturday for an examina
tion, though his health and the man
nei in which he ha> gained in weigiv
since the operation ought to he usaur
aiice enough without an examination.
Hi has gained thirty pounds over hi
p-eight before the operation.
THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO
Reynold Rearick l>rt Tuesday for n
.-licirt visit to Portland,
F. A. Sinclair and son Fred drove
to Seattle the first <>f the week to nee '
Remember the M. K. Sunday '
School picnic, Wednesday! Aug. IT. ,r |
thi Ball Park.
I.ook for the white laundry soap,
while it lasts at J. C. Penneys, only;
5c a bar. Advertisement,
Frank Mull w^nt to Spokane Sun-!
riaj morning where he looked after j
: buxineHK matters I'm several days.
Plenty of saddle and pack horse*
for hire, ftshing is good and mosqui- ;
toes scarce on the Little Wenatehe ■
river.- Geo, Siverly, (83-2tpd)
Mr.-, r. A. Ca-isidy's little brother
and sister, who hud been here visi
inr her a couple month*, returned Ln
their home at Seattle last Friday.
Our first shipment of ladies' coats
have arrived and they show up very
(inc. You will find the prices to
Miit. -J. c. Penney Co.- Advertise
Korty-seveu were missing or den i
ai a result of the 'teamnhip Alaska.
I'" rtland to San Francisco, going on
MluTit's Reef, forty mile.- from Eu
reka, Calif., Saturday night,
Piano Tuning -Tuning, repairing
and voiceing player piano actions ad
justed; oul of town orders given
prompt attention; good local referen
ces. Phone ::kt, Tumwater Hotel.—
F, 11. McGowan, Tuner. (ltpd)
Mrs. J. C liiles end daughter Julia
havp v,"tie to Omak to join Mr. Biles
and that will lie their home in the fu
ture, l.cavcnwoi th frierds regret
their removal, but trust that tney may
prosper in their til W home.
Mi.-s Elizabeth Tegtmeier wus
Ik -toss to about twenty little guestx
Tuesday evening, the occasion beinfr
hei sixth birthday. A picnic supper
was enjoyed on the lawn and a most
delightful time w.t- had by all.
Attention. Pythian Sisters: There
will be an important meeting nexi
Tuesday night, Augusi 18, at the K.
1 hall. All members are requested
t" be present. Initiation, refresh
("has. West returned home la i
l'riday from his visit at Seattle an.'i
Bellingham. He saw Dr. Judah and
other old l.eavenworth people, visitcl
hi.- mother and altogether had a vrvy
Miss Nonna Wansbfough visited
with friends in the city between
trains Friday, She was on her way
home to Seattle Mom Spokane where
.-In had spent a week with her friend.
Mis. Harold l.amon.
Et Pergßon ben in town Ftidag. As
tank he X" to Peshastin picnic en inak
apeak bout ensurence, He vant oder
Caller to go vit ham, men oiler f'allcr
say him skal k" finking trout, so Xi
ire his vay and limit Asker odov vav.
Maybe Et hay hist luck—trout hard
Mi-. I 1!, o. Greene, who has been
lying dangerously ill for two months
at her home in Spokane, hos been re
al her home in Spokane, has been r■
los Commercial Street, where she Is
-lowly recovering. Through the Echo
she wishes to thank her Leavenworth
Friends for the beautiful (lowers sent
I i i during her illness, also those who
took part in the Dostal card shower.
Two women, Mrs. Leona Wiley anil
Mrs. Adelaid K. Bcoss, of Seattle,
I met death Sunday when an auto in
which they were riding went off the
road as they were returning from
Rainier National Park. The driver
turned •nit to pass another auto an I
Knt too near the cdjfe. The five or six
other occupanta of thy car escaped
with injuries, most of them minor
The fire hazards are at their high
; est point from now to the dose i>f th ■
season, so let us put forth every ef
, fort to help the Forest Service keep
I down this menace. You can best do
• this by putting out your own tint, re
porting fires that may start and la-t
imt of just as much importance, is !o
; report any one whom you may see or
learn of leaving a tire to Ranger
The Leavenworth Co-operative So
■ riety will give a picnic for their mem
ber* and families Sunday, Auk. 21, at
hiLNiH Creek Transportation will !>.•
furnished and all memberi having
cars aie requested to use them and
I elp take the crowd out. Meet at the
Firemen* Hall at '.< o'clock. Each one
: bring their own lunch ami cup-, knife.
I"' rk and spoons. Free paper plates.
coffee and ice cream. Committee: Mr.-.
• 'has. Eckhardt, chairman; Mrs. .lack
Farrell, Mis. \v. \\\ Cahail, Mis V
II; ir. Ml S. A. Potter,
M . and Mr». R. 1.. Smith and M
-in 1 Mm. .1. .1. Wh te returned Sunday
cvi nine; from their trip to the Methow
valley. They camped at Twisp,
v ; ere Mi. Smith -ays the people nave
a real tourifi camp ground -cooking
furnace-, electric litflit.- and toilet
nieely located rijrhi at the edge >p
town. The valley of the Methow an I
alfto the Twisp arc broad and ferti 1"
and Mr. Smith thinks this one of the
finest sections of country he ha.- ever
\ i.-iteil. There an- large dairy farms,
uplendid alfalfa field- and lots ..f
Mrs. Dormsdy went to Spokans
lost Kriday for .1 short stay.
Over two hundred cars of .-oft fruil
1 wen shipped from Cheian comity thi*
The girls Will no! wear "ear mulfs"
I this winter us the style will be to
I wear the hair hiu 1.
Some very pretty sport hatx Just
; received at J, C, Penney Co., priced
. *2.'.>H each.—Advertisement,
Dr, C. A, Lawn returned Frid;i>
i from Spokane where he had -pen'
several days on matters of business.
Mrs, 11. ('.. Krollpfeiffer and daug' -
lei Carolyn, went to Cashmere Satu
day afternoon for n short visit wi li
C. <;. Smyth left Tuesday for Ever
ett to attend the funeral of D, Lew
, Paramore, Past Grand Hitch Priest nf
the Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, who
died from pneumonia.
.Mrs. C. •). McClure and daughter,
Margaret, went to Spokane last Wed
rexday a week an I on Thursday Mi.--
Margaret had an operation at St.
Luke's hospital. She will remain the I
0. D. Axlinc of Wenatchep, who re ;
cently plead giulty to unlawful pos
nersion of liquor anil was sentenced to j
.-irve 1:>(I days In jail beside- a 11:r•
--fine, was brought "p on a city charter
and also plead guilty on thai charge,
Two men in a Ford coupe came over .
the pass Tuesday forenoon and w'lili
in town a wheel of the car came "IV,
the axle breaking at the huh. They 1
shivered when they thought of what !
might have happened had the axle 1
broken at some point on the I'as.-.
A. \\ . Jarvix, -i brother of T. (1.
Jarvis of Leavenwnrth, arrived hero
Saturday from Winchester, Idaho,
accompanied by Jimmie .la.i-vi.-, who
was returning to his home here al'te.
spending the summer with his ldah.il
The issue of bonds proposed a year !
ajjo for the I'esh:istin Irrigation di.;- I
trict has been declared lejral by tha
Hupreme court, but it is thought that !
it will not be necessary to sell tlv
bonds, it bein^ possible to raise suf
ficient funds by special assessment.
Mr. anil Mis. .1. 1.. Maston arrivnd
hcme Friday from their vacation
spent mi the coast. They camped ('(>■ ;
a time hut a few hundred feet from •
thi open sea. They found it rather
tor cool, hut on the whole enjoyed tli. 1
experience there and in fact the whole
Sunday, Mrs, Carrie M. Lewis, mi
Seattle, while in the mountains near
Monte Christo with hei son, 21, who
was at the head of a hoy scout party,
fell ami rolled ",()() feet, then (Iroppc I
MOO feet to her death. She and her
son hail just crossed the most dan
gerous part of a glacier and stopped
to view the scene. She was a mem
bei of the Seattle Mountaineer .so
Jim Naughton and .lay Lonergan
were in town Saturday, having com.'
down from the Royal Developmen'
Company's mines for a change. Mr,
Naughton said he had been over all
the peaks in that region, lied Moun
tain Ole was also in town. It is said
that he has a mighty line huckleberry
patch which he claims as his own
the fruit from which he will preserve
foi winter use.
The Methodist Sunday School will
hold their annual nicnic next Wednes
day, Aug. 17, at tic Hall Park. Thosi
Kointr are asked to lie at the church
by, '■' a. m., where they will find autos
to convey them to the picnic ground?.
Mothers are urgently requested to
Come with their children to see tint
no harm comes to them. I'rintr i
basket of lunch. All members of the
Sunday School and all hoys and girls
who are not attending any other Sui
day School are cordially invited to at
tend. All parents aie welcome.
The forest service Is building .
telephone line from the Tiptop Look
i ut some 16 mile.- south of here to th •
Forest Office at Leavenworth. ThU
, piece of work will put the Tipt.ip
Lookout in direct communication
which is a very important factor. In
cause once a tire Is spotted it is vei \
; Important that it he immediately re
ported SO the location can be platte I
'and a fireman sent to -uppres- it,
' Rfcnger Brender say- that he wi:l
rush this work as much as possible a -
be thinks the telephone a big factor in
TO BEND i:\sr
We carry a cai efullj iclecti i
line of oil -olored photograplu
showing scenery of the North
These we furnish either with
or without frames at moderate
.Make you' selection and we
will pack and ship it for you.
The Ka-t' i Stai 1 liaptei will holil
a .-jH-cia! meetinti ut [he Manor 1
this (Friday) evening, August I.'.
Initiation. All member* and visiting
St;u's arc vi (fed to be pn lent
Look for the Water Mdr\
Ever pick up .1 sheet oi writing p.ipcr so invitingly
beautiful to the eye and the touch, that it seemed
to say to your fingers, "You must write on me! "?
Symphony Lawn is just such a paper. It comes in
three exquisite finishes and several smart tints. Sheets
and envelopes in the newest shapes. Also correspondence
cards to match. May we show you Symphony Lawn?
Wheeler s Drug Store
Tfie Ht&xaJUL Store
Leavenworth's Leading Phannacv
Fresh Fruit Pies
Be careful of your camp
fires and smoking in the
Now that camping and fishing are the
best, it is up to you to be a little more
careful than usual, as, at the present time
the woods are at the most hazardous con
dition for fires.
Our Camping Necessities and Pishing
Tackle are the Best Money Can Buy.
K. & V. 8. Hardware Co.
Mis. Taylor Yocom and iliitiyhU'i
■>. i.^ 111 ■ • I Wenatchee Monday afternoon.
ft. I: Woodruff returned Monday
from' an over-Sunday visit with hi
family near Everett.