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For the Holiday
Festivities we have
Nuts of all kinds
Figs and Dates
Calarab Orange, Fig
Put your order in early
and have your goods de
livered at your door.
Where A Dollar Buys
\ Dollar's Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Putnam and baby re
lume.! home Tuesday from a visit
Mrs Louie Lukan :md >nn of Old
. were at Wenatchee Tuesday
the young man was to an eye
A stretch of the pipeing at the up
• .. ate system, just
the dam. was washed out t!i
--1 the week. For a shori 1..
tance the piping was laid at the ed •.<■
■ in; 1.. lo • !'■!• dam and ti i-
I times since Sr«t
.d. When i placed it Is prob
able that it will be taken alone :'ie
bank, I change Is ma 1 •■
t will always wash out when a fi\> • I
. it will probably be necesi i y
•.. make a considerable change at t'. ■
■ . lystem in order to over
come the defect. The council i.- ;n
, ■■• • .h iaability of the
•n 'i II own power plant.
For Sale—Pure apple eider.—C. L.
Rollins.— Advertisement. (4Otf)
G, B. Woodruff and John s. Brer,
der were at Wenatchee Satin day.
Mr-. Amanda Town arrived ho »■■
last Thursday Prom a week's visi' in
F. A. Sinclair and .). C. Mitche!
were :ii Wenatchee Thursday to at
tend the horticultural meeting.
Peter Gallant left last Thursday !
night to visit his brother In Califor
nia and will remain thi re mosi of th>? i
The Great Northern has made >
holiday rate of a fare am! a hair f,, ■
passengers for return trips, wher
the total fare Is less than $25.
Mrs. Conrad Harding returned honv
last Friday from her stay In Seattle.
We understand she will return ther<;
1 after the holidays for further tre
The Bridge .Men Market was brok
en int( last week and one hundred dol
lars worth of meat stolen. The thiev
es are said to have been tracked I i
Mrs. .J. W. Hyhon arrived homi
Wednesday niijht from a visit with
her sister. Mrs. Hall, at Everett In
order to iret home she was obliged
to return by way of Vancouver
Washington, and Spokane.
Henry S. Hurd, of Cashmere, em
ployed on the Record, made this office
a pleasant call Monday morning. Mr.
Hurd was here to visit his friend,
Miss Orphia Davis, of Coulee City,
who is a patient at the Community
Win. Walton received his oik hea 1
from the taxidermists last Saturday,
but is not very well suited with it an !
may have it remounted. The head is
a good one and if mounted well will
be a remarkable souvenir of Mr. Wai
AI Pe§ch is opening a barbershop in
the Tholin building, recently vacate 1
by the Leavenworth Pharmacy, and
this pives u= five shops in town. Pric
es may he affected, but we are not
betting whether it will be up or
Several lives were lost In the sub
urbs of Seattle by landslide.-. Two
houses were demolished. In one a
woman and her two young stepson;
lost their lives and workmen search
ing for their remains were struck by
another slide and injured. In an
other house the man was instantly
killed and his wife escapee! unin
The body of Hileman, the mail
clerk lost in the wreck at the Miller
Creek bridge, was recovered Tues
day and taken to Snohomish, Under
taken here, we understand, were no
tified to be ready to ur> out on a train
Tuesday evening to care for the
body, but later were notified that the
body had been taken out the other
way. Conditions were such, it was
found, that no train could pet far out
of T.oavenworth on the west run.
Both the Great Northern and Tum
water electric power plant.- and the
city water plant have been troubled
Ipy sediment stopping up the intakes
to flumes. Mr. Sehmoker says that
the crew of the Great Northern pow
er plant had to got out Monday night
and wade water to clear their intake,
and the Tumwater plant has been
bothered time and again. Sediment
has come into the city water main;
and is earning much impatience by
clogged pipes and taps.
Tlie merchants of the city ha c
gome very enticing window displays
in fact always do—hut now at the ap
proach of the holiday season they i >
especially attractive —and within are
to be found everything that any com
munity may need in the way of holi
day cooils. food-, clothing, ornaments
and toy*. And it jroes without saying
that on the aveiage everything is
cheaper here than in a large city.
Therefore, shop early and do it at
home where your money may in the
course of human events come hack to
you in the way of community Im
provement or otherwise. Money nent
away Is so much losi to your co n
munity and m) nuich grained hy some
other— do not forget that.
According to the Wenatchee Wor
Judxf Grimshaw on Saturday Issued
an order to the Leavenworth State
Hank to turn over to the trustee in
bankruptcy of the Bohike Fruit Cj.,
$20,185.71, to Fred B. Page $1,046.21
and ti> A. W. Stewart $547.G0. The
remainitig 118.106.19 of the insurance
money held by the bank is to be tinn
ed O'er to the court until final dis
position of it is made. The claim of
Jacob Hardline: and also that of the
county for fruH sold to the Bohlke
Fruit Co., awaits settlement, and it ii
thoutrht probabln that they will h*ve
to come in Bl ordinary creditors. The
Werl.i also laid that there is li< I!
hope for the pe^eral creditors receiv
ini? anything on their claim-.
THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO
For the Children s
11 costs twodollars.
It makes good
That's the whole
story —except the
happiness of the
they tind it on the
Other Brozvnies, some of
them Autographic, up to
Autographic Kodaks $S up
AND ART SHOP
Mr.-. K. X. Burgess was on the sick
list a few days last week.
Roswell McNetl went to Wenatchee
Tuesday to attend to business mat
Judge Chase of Cashmere was here
between train.- last Thursday on hia
way te Seattle.
George Hauber was at Cashmere
last Friday and Saturday on business
for the K. & V. B. Hardware Co
The K. & V, 15. Hardware Co. has
just put in a steam heating plant
which was Btarted the first of tli'
Mrs. C. W. Lancaster takes sub
scriptions to all magazines; lowest
rates given. Please call or phone 270.
—307 Central Aye. (38-tf)
Mr. Phillips, living on Peshastiti
creek, was in town Tuesday. He sail
that the creek was booming Monday
hut on Tuesday it was away down
.Mrs. Andrews returned to her home
Tuesday after a few days with hei
brother, Willie Briskey, at the home
of lie' 1 .sister. Mrs. Frank Fromm.
Willie is said to be doing bitter and
may again soon be out.
At Cashmere, owing to a loir jam
at the Island oark Monday ni^ht, the
river rose .so high that one house was
washed away in the northern part of
town. The family were unable to re
move tfieir household effects before
tho bouse was carried away.
Mr. Welker, of Seattle, a director
of the Amalgamated Gold Mines Co.,
arrived here last week and went out
to tin- mine, returning here Monday.
At the mine Mi.mlay the morning
was real spring-like. Mi-. Welker said,
and a- they came to town they noticed
a cooler atmosphere. This condition
is also reported from points west of
town, which accounts for the frreat
volume of water coming down.
Phe Catholic ladies gave a special
party at the K. P. hall last Saturday
evening. Prizes had been solicited
among the'business people and th< •
were gift* from a .'an of baking pow
dor to a gack of flour and a slab of
bacon. Progressive 500 was played
and -ix prizei given for the winners.
Then a drawing va- held and a large
number of other prises distribute I,
Following this those who wished
.lan,'l'd until a late hour. Another
party will be given this coming Sat
urday evening at tin- same place to
which the public is invited.
One of the snowsheda of the Great
Northern up the canyon above the
large power dam was undermined at
the outer edge thi- week by the high
water, blocking trains from .getting
west to repair other track and bridge
damage. The winter so far has prov
en a bad one for the mountain divis
ion—first the tunnel cavod in and de
layed traffic for a week or more, and
now with bridges wrecked, a train
wrecked and with a couple washout)
and unsafe InOWthed, the company i
to a hie expense. The report in the
Wenatchee World that traffic may be
resumed on the west division Satur
day, seems Improbable of fulfillment,
but we all hope that such may be the
NKW hooks AT LIBRARY.
"Her Father's Daughter," by Qent
I Stratton-Porter, and "Alice Allan-'
by Booth Tarkington, have recently
been placid on the "new fict'nr "
shelf in the I'uhlii Library, Two new
booki for irivi>. "The Cinder pond."
and "The Girls of Gardenville," by
Carroll Watson llankin. are also on
It will be necessary to urge all pa
trons of the library to return books
promptl) in order that the public
may be §erved to the greatest pos
~;>)lf advantage. Hereafter, a list of
bookfl two weeks or more overdue will
be published with the names of tlu>
The Library Hoard.
The •!. A. Duncan barn on his
! ranch east of town binned Wednes
day evening, lighting up the commun
ity. Karl Kellas. a lon-ln-law of the
Duncans, lives on the place.
We understand that besides the I
barn considerable hay and an auto,
belonging to the Duncans, burned.
We could Let no figures as to the loss
or whether their was insurance or
('. (I. Cockburn went to Seattle la<t
Mrs. 1. Alexander was a pessenger
on No. •). Tuesday, to Wenatchee.
Mrs. Fv. B. Kiel went to Seattle Fri
day to join Mi. Field and remain a
Mrs. S. H. Knowlton and children
went t< Wenatchee Tuesday afternoon
for a visit.
Mis. Al Hoffman left Wednesday
for Chicago to visit a couple months
Dry forest wood is getting scarce,
but we still hive some.— Franklin
Lumber Co. —Advertisement.
Mrs. Arthur Walker, who has been
here visiting at the Wettstein home.
returned to Seattle last Saturday.
Mayoi Blomeke was down town
Tuesday, the first time since his op
eration, and seems to be training rap
Mrs. 1.. 11. Brockway and little son
reached Los Angeles last Wednesday.
having a very pleasant voyage down
from Seattle, according to a letter ( >
It is reported that the till below
the spillway of the Icicle ditch, put in
this fall by the county, on the I.eav
enworth-I'eshastip road west of the
river, was all washed away the first
of this week.
Jay Lonergan WM up from Wenat
chee the first of the week. He said
that the Royal Development Co. will
open an office here soon in the build-
Ing formerly occupied by the Leaven
worth Report, purchased by the com
pany some years ago.
The body of Fireman Irvin, killed
in the wreck of the fast mail Sunday
morning, was located Wednesday but
could not be removed until released,
which necessitated cutting some
heavy iron work with the acetylene
outfit( which hud not been accom
plished Wednesday evening.
F. T. Motteler returned Wednesday
from a trip down the line. Mr. Motte
ler has his brother** hounds here and
ha.- been trying for coyotes occasion
ally but so far has been unsuccessful.
The first trial the hounds ran one up
into the rocks at the top of Tumwater
mountain, but on a later trial none
were started. It is thought that thi
coyote-' have gotten out of the coun
We understand that sonic of Lhe
people living out in the Cascade ' lr
chard district prefer, in case the . I i
bridge is moved, to have it erected
across the Icicle not far above th»
Briskey place while others deaire •■>
hay it at the end of the county rus !
near the Turner place. lhe iatte
place, it appear; to us, would prove
of greater benefit in the long run
The valley !l sure to lie settled :iil
the way out in the not distant futu c.
ami a mail route will he established as
soon as condition! warrant. A pail
of the bridge wai deposited in the
river by the hin;h water and this miy
have tome bearing on the feasibility
of it? erection elsewhere.
AuUtant Manager Francis of the
Standard Oil Station at Wenatchee
and Manager Kyli of the new Cash
mere station, which will open ne\".
Monday for bu-nc<-. were in town
Tuesday. Leavenworth la to In §en
ihl from the Cashmere station hereaf
ter, or at least! until an auxiliary sta
t'nn If put in hero, which we under
stand is not a remote possibility if
the Standard tret sufficient business
to warrant such an expanse. All that
s^em.- neeesary is for the business
men and people in this community to
pull together for such a plant am! i:
■vil be provided. The installation if
the plant would probably require the
expenditure of twenty to forty thou-
I sand dollar- and permanent employ
| nipnt would be iriven three or four
I men when it was completed
l| Guide &
We can supply you with useful sifts for the
Come in and let us help you do your Christmas
The following are gifts that will surely please:
One box cigars, an ash tray, a pipe, lunch kit.
shaving mug. alarm clock.
Bottle of perfume, a book, picture frame, an
ivory tray, a Brunswick phonograph.
A camera, a box of candy, a fountain pen, a bot
tle of toilet water, a box of nice stationery, a mirror,
a comb, picture frame.
A mandolin, a purse, a bill fold, a pkg. cigarets.
a safety razor, harmonica, necktie holder.
And last, but not least —
A pacific teething ring, a doll, rattle, picture
We have a display case for each member of the
family — making selecting easier. .
Let Our Drug Store be Your Drug Store
F. C. Olberg, Druggist
Cakes and Cookies
Honey Cakes and Kisses
Anis Fingers and
and Fruit Cake
LEAVENWORTH, : : WASHINGTON
No More MOVING VANS For Me
Im in a home of mtj oum f IHWaJUj
You can discharge the moving
man. To own your own home
is the only sure method of es
caping* the dissatisfaction, the
expense and inconvenience of
Franklin Lumber Co.
Everything to Build Anything