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tore, Leavenwoi tli Pha macy. \.:
IT IS NOT
TOO SOON TO LOOK
THROUGH YOUR KODAK
NEGATIVES With \
VIEW TO SELECTING
THOSE SUITABLE FOR
VND FRAMING inn
CHRISTMAS CUTS. WE
(il. VDLY ACCEPT ORDERS
NOW FOR DELIVERS
DURING Till: HOLIDAY
The supreme breakfast
food is always a grain
food. Whether it be
corn, outs, or wheat—
homecooked, flaked or
toasted— one of these
cereals supplies practic
ally a complete food for
the morning meal.
The cereals we sol! arc
the very best brands
known for their exquis
ite flavor, sanitary
packing and high food
Be sure to order a sup
ply with your next or
Where A Dollar Buy*
A Dollar's Worth
The Biggest Assortment of Rubbers
in town at The Mutual Merc, Co.
Rubbers for Ladies, Misses. Children, Men
and Beys, at low prices.
A BIG LOT GF ARMY 3LAHKETS
FOR THE SOLO WEATHER
If You Need a New Heater Look Over
Our Stock of
and get our prices
Mutual Mercantile Co.
Leaven worth's Only Big Department Store
Closes Saturday Evenings at 9:00 O'Clock Sharp
For Sato Pure apple elder. C. 1..
Rollins.—Advertisement, i iotf)
Mr. an.l Mr-. .1. T. Llndlej and
daughter, Mi i rein.', visited in Wen
Mrs, Frank Barner, of Oakland,
Calif., arrived here Tuesday I'm- a \i-
it with her brother, .1. C. l>a\ i., an :
Mr . -I. <'. Biles and daughter Julia
came over from Omak last week and
vjsited Mr. and Mrs. Ross McNeti
Miss Bvelyn Yocom weni up t,i
Lake Wenatchee Tu< iday to ipend a
few days with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mis. Searles.
Louie Lukan, employed :it i! i r, :
Blewett mine, weni to Seattle la I
last Saturday on business for the
5 maljjamated Mines Co.
Harry Carr, old resident of Leaven
worth, arrived here early this week
from his home in Seattle to visit oh!
friends and attend to business ma'
11. S. Gateskill, of Spokane, was
Sunday ; isiting his old , ■■ ,'
mate, Mrs. Amanda Town. He i
cabinet maker for the Greal North
em Railway Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Yal Franklin camo
lon r from Mansfield Monday. Mr.
Franklin returned on No. 1 to make
| his run out of Wenatchee and Mrs.
Franklin remained over until Tues
A. (I. McCoy and son of Athol,
Idaho, has been in this vicinity foi
! two or three weeks. Mr. McCoy is a
former resident of Leavenworth and
still owns property here which he is
I looking after. He own., the land on
' which Max Spromberg -ays there ia a
' fine ledge of coal.
The Citizens State Hank has on ex
hibition a fine lot of apples produced
in this community, among which are
some of the largest and also 3omc ■ ••'
! the smallest on earth, from .Mrs. John
Bjork's orchard. The lai :•■>• ones are
Spokane Beauties and the small one;
my crab somewhat larger
gooseberries. The contrast is re
markable, as one of the Spokane
Beauties weighs 21 ounces.
W. A. Darling, manager of the
Wenatchee Fruit ami Warehouse Co.,
at Peshastin, accompanied by M. A.
Rodman, assistant manager of t'n ■
Colville Examiner, and Geo. W. Enjr
lish, with Mailliard & Schmiedeil, of
Seattle, was in town last Saturday
attending to business matters an<l
keeping in touch wit'« fruit grower;
in this vicinity. Mr. Darling placed
an advertisement in the Echo which
will be of interest to those who de
sire to store a part or all their fruit
crop and take advantage of storage
in tran.-it rates and -eeiru other ac
Bert Sparrow, the mountain wont.
was in tmvn Tuesday. He is noiv
working at Cashmere and has the
town all agog over his feats in 111011:1
tain-climbing. Last Sunday a week
he gave an exhibition that astonished
the native! and next Sunday he is to
i give another. He "ill leave the pool
hall at 2:00 p. m., climb to the Bum
j mit of a mountain north of town an i
take down the flag; then he will de
scend anil climb another mountain ad-
I jacent to the first and get the flair
; from its pca 1' and then return to tli
j pool ha!!; ii all a distance of about
cc mile . He claims thi t he wil
make the trip and return to the pool
h '.11 within 55 minutes and 15 seconds
THE LEAVENWOKTH ECHO
Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Hall visited
Wenatchee last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A*. Blomeke wen
Wenatchee visitors Wednesday.
The State Horticultural society will
meet Dec. 12 to LG at Spokane.
Get your school supplies at Leaven
worth Pharmacy.- -Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. 1!. K. BrWer and
Mrs. Win. Tyrell were Wenatchee vis
Mi.-s Margaret Fredrickson went ( i
Alpine Tuesday where she is employ
ed a- operator.
Dr. W. T. Cox has been over from
Everett this week looking after his
"The Sheep O'Leavenworth," a lit
tle classic. School Motion pictures
next Tuesday. -Advertisement.
Several Wenatchce truck drivers
have been fine I for hauling heavier
loads than their licenses call for.
W.F. Swalwell and wife and daugh
ters have i>pe]i here on their ranch
superintending the apple harvest,
Sam Daly was owr from Omak
Tuesday attending to business mat
ters and swapping yarns with friends.
Bom —to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc-
Kenzie. Friday, Oct. 11, 1921, a
daughter. Dr. Hoxsey was in attend
Regular meeting id' Cascade Chap
ter O. E, S. will be held Oct. liOt!;.
All stars Invited.—Angela Guther
Mrs. C. W. Lancaster takes .sub
scriptions to all magazines; lowest
rates given, Please call or phone 270.
—'107 Central Aye. (38-tf)
Ellen Norman, aged 16, is wanted
in Seattle where her father recently
died leaving her a legacy of $50,000.
She is supposed to have been adopted
by someone living in Chelan county.
The Kumtux dub will meet Friday,
Oct. 28, at 2:."(i o'clock at the home
of Mrs. .1. T. Lindley and Mesdames
Woodruff and Cockburn will have
charge of the program, which i,
Child Instruction in the Home.
The Great Northern i- accepting
apples loaded in box cars at their own
(tlie carrier's) risk, charging th»;
same price as for shipment in refrig
erators. This will enable shippers to
gel out great quantities of the crop
now in storage.
Robert W. Ritchie, farm writer of
the Country Gentleman, has been In
this community investigating tiie ap
ple industry and kindred farm ai •
tivities. He visited the plant of the
I'eshastin Fruit Growers and many of
the ranches and found this one of the
greatest fruit districts in the country.
.Mr. .1. ('. Biles came over from
Omak Monday night and retiinu!
Tuesday afternoon. He say.- there is
a fine crop of fruit in the Omak dis
trict ami that it is about all in. Work
'■ii the logging road for the Biles-
Coleman Co. is in progress, but the
mill will probably soon shut down.
Mrs. .las. Dillon, sister of Mrs. Nick
Kinscherf, died at her home at Sedro-
Wooley last Thursday, Oct. i:s, 1921.
She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1. X. Johnson, former residents of
Leavenworth, who removed from here
some twenty-two years ago. Mr. and
Mrs. Kincherf went over there on
Thursday and attended the funeral.
Fred 1.. Tost, of Chelan, has a
Rome Beauty apple tree which thi
year was allowed to produce only
seventeen apples, each of whic'
weigh close to three pound.-. The larg
est one, described as "about the shn
of a one-gallon bucket," weighed al
most three pounds and a half. Tlv
tree is close to an Irrigation flume
and a Blight leak allowed water to
reach, its roots continually and th
tree was well nourished.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stafford and son
Clyde, Mrs. L. P. Ilylton and little
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. .Emmet;
Barkee drove over to Everett last
Sunday evening. All returned Tues
day by auto, excepting Mrs. Ilylton
and daughter, and they returned on
No. -1 for the reason that Mrs. Lee
Friend of Tacoma was coming here
on that train to visit at the Hylton
Messrs. A. T. Sutton, C. B. I.indahl.
David Weber and Myron Nelson went
to Wcnatchee last Saturday and saw
the football game between the Wenat
chee high school and North Centra
high school of Spokane. The game
went to Wenatchee by a score of 7 to
13; but it is said that an error was
made by the referee just at the end
of the game, which he did not have
' the courage or disposition to correct,
which deprived the Spokane team of
I a touch-down. Had the error been
I corrected Spokane would have been
awarded the game by a score of 13 to
: Wenatchee's 10. When school (ports
cannot be decided honestly, something
; i- wrong and it i.« time to cut them
! out. No team should count as won a
; game thrown to them on an acknowl
i edged error, and we understand tin'
• the referee acknowledged his error in
I Saturdays' game.
METHODIST CRURCB SERVICES.
Sunday School. II; 16.
Epworth League, 6:30. Top i .
"Two Things We Know About God.' 1
Leader, Clara Jones.
Preaching Services, 11 a. m., 7::;o
Morning subject, "The Meaning of
Evening BUbject, "Am 1 My Broth
WM. HOSKINS, Pastor.
A. Lindblom has been in Seatt'e
this week on business.
Mrs. Edith Pitchow went to Wen
atchee Monday afternoon.
Grandma Mohrinway went to Ever
ett Monday afternoon on No. 1.
Get your school supplies at Leav
"The .lack Knife Man," School Mo
tion pictures, next Tuesday.—Adver
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Mclntosh expect
to leave in a few 'lays on a visit to
Harry Maston went to Seattle
Wednesday to drive over with a new
sedan which had been ordered by Wm,
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1.. Sawyer weTe in
from Blewett Wednesday doing some
shopping and attending to other busi
Cahill I!ro.-. have contracted with
the Great Northern Lumber Co. to
log on lands opposite their ranch on
The city school.- have been closed
since Tuesday evening and the teach
ers have been at Wenatchee attend
ing the Institute.
A .-mall wreck near Stratford
somewhat delayed traffic Wednesday.
No one was hurt. We were Informe I
that some car- were derailed.
W. A. Dai lir:jv was up from Peshas
tin Tuesday morning attending to
business affairs for the Wenatchee
Fruit & Warehouse Co.
The Clark Neely dog, advertised
for last week, was recovered at Blew
ett Tuesday, and the family is wry
thankful, for it i- a greal pet.
Mis. N. I:. Day, accompanied by
Cashier C. A. Campbell and (I. A.
Hamilton, attended to business mat
tors at Wenatchee Wednesday.
The 16-months-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. S. Snyder had hi.- arm broker,
in some manner Tuesday and Dr.
Hoxsey was called in to attend him.
.Mr-. Wm. Brendei and Mrs. i:. X,
Brower visited in Wenatchee a couple
days the fore part of this week. Mr .
Blender was the truest ol Mrs. Joe
Jack Frasier, formerly employed on
the repair track here by the Urea!
Northern Railway Co.. returned here
the first of the week after an absence
of about two year-.
Rain set in here last Friday and un
til Wednesday not much work could
he done in the orchards. With good
weather another week the crop will
about all be cared for.
Hul Featherstone underwent an op
eration Monday evening at the Com
munity Hospital, Leavenworth, fin
appendicitis and Dr. Lessing report
that he is doing nicely.
Mrs. Roy Holme, and Mrs. An
rleitman plan to leave next Tuesda;
to spend several months at their old
home.-. Mr.-. Holmes in Chicago an
Mr . Heitman in St. Paul.
Miss Lena Satterfleld returned
from Everett Wednesday accompan
ied by her friend. Mrs. Ethel GirU
berger, who .-topped off here to visit
a feu- days enroutr to Entiat whe
her husband is employed.
The Day gum machine, stolen
.-nine weeks ago, was recovered Wen
nesday—some boys finding it in th<
park aero-.- the street from the
store. The glass globe winch lie! '
the gum had been hioken and th:
gum taken, hut the lowei part which
contained the pennies had not been
broken and the pennies were still h
The Cascade Orchard road bridge
was recently completed and the old
bridge is being turn out. A mistak.
has been made in the southern ap
proach to the bridge and it is ip
oached by a .-hurt turn, not quite
■ I iharp a- t ie urn in approai ■ n
tho old bridge but much sharper than
was nt-ccs.-aiy. T! c approach could
bettered by i iti ■■.■ nto the lian'<
and making a new one.
Thi Leavenworth State Bank re
cently installed an interest calculator
which will do all manner of thiagi
with Interest, excepting pay it. and
that is left for the borrower to "fig
■ out." Cha '' ; ■ irn -a> -
that it may also be consulted to de
tect earthquake* and other vii
• ■ ' '
cur occasionally in bank.- UOiin I
do • i - . .-.- iii.mi .
However, the instrument v i
I led to prevent
NEW BOOKS \T i.iisk \i;v
The following books have rcci
been placed on the "new Action ihi "
in the Public Library :
"Helen of the Old House," by Bar
old Hell Wrijrht.
"The I'ridi of l'alomai." by Peter
"The Age of Innocence," by Edith
"The flaming Forest," by James
Two new hooks for hoy- have been
"Armmd the Wigwam Fire," by
"Hoy Scouts' liook of Campflre
Stories," edited by Matthie \ s.
Other new hook.- have been orden :
Spend an Enjoyable Evening With a Phonograph
Brunswick Ejß ■ Brunswick
Records j|HH I Phonographs
Come in and let us play for you our latest records
Let Our Drug Store Be Your Drug Store
F. C. Olberg, Druggist
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BUY THE STOVE
THAT SAViES FUEL!
Equip your home for warmth, dryness
and cheer, in spite of the fall chill and driz
Our stoves and heaters are up to date in
every way—made for cleanliness, good ap
pearance, proper combustion, and for giv
ing most heat with least fuel.
See our special display this week of
these modern stoves and heaters.
Oil Heaters— (7.so to $10.50.
K.&V.B. Hardware Co.
SERVICES AT PENTECOSTAL
ASSEMBLY OF GOD.
i".ii East Benton St
Baptismal sarvice at the river be
h « Cascade Orchard l>rii|-r-\ Sunday
I a: 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 1:46 p. m.
Preaching at :; p. m. and '-.mi p, m.
Prayer meeting! Tuesday and Fri
day evenings, ;it 7:15.
"Come lei us reason together,"
s.'iith the Lord. "Though your sins
be as scarlet they shall be as woo';
though they be red like crimson, they
shall be aa white a -now."
Pastor, M. McPHEE.
Mrs. C. C. Lindley came ;i|> from
from Wenatchee Monday to viatt at
tho .1. T. Lindley home.