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Town and County
Dr. Hex spy reports one of Jay Wy
ekoff's children very sii'k.
Mrs. Paul Trim, who lives on Chum
Stick, is reported to bo very sick.
Grossfatter Glazier has been sick for
(ha p:tst few days but is not considered
in danger.
.Too Edwards, plumber for the We
natchee Hardware Co., was in Leaven
worth Thursday.
.1. G. Debord, of Wenatehee, came in
on ,ast Tuesday's train and has gone to
work on the Mill Company's dam.
County Auditor Trow passed through
on his way home Thursday. He had
been in Seattle on businees for several
Ed Westbrook, from Seattle, came in
on Tuesday and left again to-n \<< lit.
While here ho visited his cousin, Mrs.
Jay WyckolT.
Charles E. Buttles came up from Wo
natchee Tuesday evening and went
l>aek as far as Mission on the early
morning train.
The following Mission people were
•visitors to our town this week: P. Bel
linger, John Kuelbs, H. E. Weymouth
and Mr. Sutton.
Dr. Hoxseyand Master Elwin were
.passengers on the Wednesday west
'imund. The Doctor was called to Seat
tle 5n connection with his relation as
railroad surgeon for the Great North
Jtm.es Mackey, one of the engineers
fanning west out of this place,returned
from Kverctt on Wednesday with his
bride. The band boys gave him a ser
enade, and the Echo joins in wishing
him long life ami much joy
J. W. Elliot left for Seattle on Thurs
day for the purpose of laying in his
stock. He will open a billiard parlor
in the Imilding recently put up adjoin
ing Bob Dye's harbor shop. He will
also serve soft drinks, cigars and tobac
co. • . --
Mrs. Louis J. Nelson arrived in the
city Wednesday evening- from Alberta
province, Canada, where she has been
for some time visitisg friends and rela
tlves. If Mr. Nelson wears an unusual
ly contented smile these days this ac
counts for it.
George Mulford, who while working
on the mill company's dam last week
sustained a severe injury to his neck,
breaking one of the smaller bones, has
almost recovered, says Dr. McCoy, who
treated the injured man in the Leaven
worth Hospital.
The dance piven by the liand boys
last night in the Elliot building was,
well attended and every body had a
good time. Tho music was good and
the floor was smooth and what more'
•could those who arc devoted to the pas
time wish. It did not break up until
well towards morning.
Messrs. Plisch & Blish having made
their adjustments with the insurance
companies for losses in the recent fire
will tomorrow throw open their door-*
for business. A great deal of credit is
duo this firm for the energetic way they
went to work after the fire. Such en
ergy and pluck will meet with and de
serves support.
A movement is on foot, says John B.
Adams, to cover six of the thirty foot
lots that were recently burned over
with two story brick buildings and aj
basement built of stone. There is a
strong probability of all six going up
together a 9 soon as building material
can he had. The six lots are owned by
JOhn Hjork, Adams & Burke, Plisch &
Bliss and L. W. Bloom. A solid brick
block on front street would make that
part of town look pretty substantial.
A pleasant birthday party at the
home of Mrs. H. M. Wall, February 8,
1904, was given in honor of Miss Maude
Wall's thirteenth birthday. A pleas
ant evening was spent after which
light refreshments were served. Those
present were: Arline Farmer, Bessie
Walker, Dagmar Ilasmussen, Marguer
itto Poage, Elsie Anderson, Gertrude
and Jessie Hansen and Myrtle Wall.
Before departing each guest was pre
sented with a valentine.
Both Doctors Hoxsey and McCoy say
that diphtheria has been successful}- and
entirely stamped out in this community.
A great deal of credit is due to the doc
tors for the successful way in which,
what at one time almost amount, d to
an epidemic, was handled. The arous
ing of 111 ottlsmt to the importance ol
maintaining a stout quarantine had not
iw litllo to do with stamping it «i«t s*«>n.
Although there were in less liian two
months twenty odd well developed
.oases only two terminated fatally.
To Make Room for Spring Goods we will Sell Our Winter Shirts,
Underwear and Shoes at the Following Prices, for TWO WEEKS
ONLY. Remember, these Goods are All New, and have Been in Stock
Less Than Four Months. _________
Men's Flannel Shirts Men's Jersey Shirts
Regular price 175 During this sale 125 Regular price 100 During this sale 75 Cents
Regular price , 150 During this sale 115 Regular price 00 During this sale 65 Cents
Regular price 125 During this sale 95 Regular price 65 During this sale 45 Cents
All Winter Underwear at Twenty Per Cent Discount.
A Few Pair Left of those Ladies Felt Shoes and Slippers which will
Go During This Great Sale at Thirty-Three and One Third Per Cent Off
Some of the Good Things We Have for You
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas • • • ■ • - Schilling's Best Teas and Coffees
Heinzc's Indian Relish Ho'lnxtfs Chile Sauce . Heinze's Tomato Catsup.
Heinze's Spiced Gherkins ' f • Heinze's Chow Chow Heinze's Prepared Mustard
Heinzo's Spiced Pickles Heinze's Queen Olives Heinze's Dill Pickles in Bulk
Heinze's Sweet Pickles Heinze's Evaporated Horseradish Heinze's Spiced Pickles in Bulk
Heinze's Sweet Midgets Heinze's Mustard Dressing Heinze's Tomato Soup
Heinze's Celery Sauce Heinze's Pepper Sauce Van Camp's Soups
John Clayton Killed near Tunnel
Last Monday morning
On Monday morning last an BMtbound
freight train struck John Clayton about
a railo from the tunnel and run over
him. .1. C. Davis, tho engineer did nil
lw- could to stop the train when he dis
cowered the man but a-t this part of the
road bed is on a descending grade it is
not possible to stop heavy trains easily.
From ull that can be learned, Clayton,
who with two other men, Dailey and
Peterson, was working on iho section
gang and had been sent down tho line
to clean out some switches. They heard
the train coming and Dailey and Peter
son scrambled up on the snow, which is
about live feet deep and forms what
would be called a cut, only that, there is
no room between the walls and the cars
for a body. Clayton did not try to get
out of the cut but ran ahead of the
train probably thinking it would stop.
Peterson escaped uninjured and Dai
ley's injuries only amounted to bruises.
The remains of Clayton were brought
here anil buried under tlft direction of
Dr. Hoxsey on Tuesday.
John Clayton belonged to the (lot-am
and jetsam of humanity, lie was one
of that vast army o( men that are con
stantly going from one place to another
working a few days here and next week
turning 1 up in another stale. A good
man, doubtless, as many of them ate,
but with that roving spirit which lias
possessed so many men, he could not
abide long in a place. He was about
thirty-eight years old and had worked
about a week or ten days on the fang.
Left no property. Not even a valise.
Nothing was found on his person to
give a clue by which his friends or re
lations could be found saw a small
memorandum book in which he bad
kept his time and store account. His:
name was not even found. John Cliiy
ton wtw the name which he had giveu
to the timekeeper. On one leaf of the
memorandum book was written in a
good bauid. "Tom Fagan, GU O4th St ,
oil Mission, S»n Francisco, Cala."
Dr. Hoxsoy has written to the above
address giving the facts, with a faint
hope that in this way his relatives may
be found and advisoJ of his death and
decent buriaj.
Elma Turner I F ,-.
Guy Wall ) t-"llors-
Kuolll >'<>. 'i
John Wilson is suffering from a
bruised hand.
Willa Dee Martin is absent this week
on account ot sickness.
Miss Tread well is quite proud of the
work of her arithmetic clashes. She
would like very much to receive calls
from the parents to see the work they
are doing.
Miss Treadwell Bays the attendance
of her pupils has dropped off since the
recent sn:>w. Parents do you know
what this means to our next year's
school funds and also the making of
grades this year?
ICoom No* 3
The good attendance in Room No. 3
is again renewed and the pupils are
very busy making up for lost time.
We enrolled one new scholar this
week. Al)hio Thomas.
Every one is now busy at intermis
sions preparing valentines for iho Val
entine box, the mysteries of which are
to be unfolded Friday afternoon.
Friday being Lincoln's liirtiiday the
pupils are preparing to celebrate the
event by giving- a three minute, talk
iibout the martyred president.
15... in No. 4
Diphtheria has caused the absence of
B number of our pupils, but they are
slowly coming back again, and are
working hard to catch up.
Misses Dnrkey Hood ;uid N. Wilson
were out of school Monday on awount
Guy Wall ha 9 been promoted from
the seventh to the eight grade.
Several were absent Wednesday on
account of deep snow.
With regret to announce the resig
nation of Miss Gill, one of our popular
teachers. She will leave for home ear
ly In March to assist her aged father in
the mercantile business.
The teacher and pupils of room num-;
her four extend a vote of thanks to
room number Three for the pleasant
afternoon's exercises in honor of Lin
coln's birthday and St. Valentine.
Don"t forget the Valentino social
tomorrow night at the friteraal tall
given by the Lad; IVrreM Irs
Miss A. Grace Gill, Leavenworth*i
popular primary teacher, has tendered
her resignation to the board of school
directors to take effect March Ist. Miss
Gill resigns her position to lake charge
of her father's General Merchandise
store in Scio, Oregon. She regrets very
much to give up her school, especially
in the middle of the term, as she loves
the little ones whom she has been with
for two years and is greatly attached to
the primary work, but as her father is
advanced in years and no longer able
to handle the business and is unwilling
to trust it in tho hands of anyone except
''Grace,"' therefore she feels it her duty
as a daughter to submit. The board of
education deeply regrets the loss of such
an able instructor likewise the parents
of the little ones and in fact the town
in general will miss her in more ways
than one as no social function was com
plete without her.
For cigars, tobacco, papers, maga
zines and books go to George Block
sedge. . (4tf)
HAY ! 1(1! UUißa
Baled'wheat, clover and alfalfa hay
for sale. Call on or write to S. P.
Beeeher. Peshastin. Wn.
Wheeler's Leavenworth store contin
ues to give 25% more value than you
can get elsewhere.
Take your watch and jewelry repair-
Ing to F. S. Taylor & Co. dealers in
clocks, watches and jewelry. Post
Office building.
got Sul<> < licnp.
A set of double draft harness, almost
new. inquire of F. F. Hanes, heaven
worth Mercantile Co.
Your money back if you are not satis
fiied with every purchased made at
When you want wall paper go to
George Bloeksedge. (•"')
Look in at Wheeler's and see hun
dreds of new spring suit patterns. Havo
a made-to-measure rait—slß.Bo and up.
The carpenters were at work
on the scaffold on which to hang
John Reynolds nt the state peni
tentiary, when word was re
ceived that the governor had
commuted the sentence to life
imprisonment. Reynolds is the
man who killed a man iv Srattle
by mistake.
A. O- U. W.
\VNIIU//// Tumwater Lodge No. 71. A.
cZicßff>3U//A', O. U. \V. meets the second
•<Ss££>SSgtfys' nm' fourth Wednesday even
i^SSS>?*E!fgiings in their hall over the
;Sgfij®jlP=S:iM>si<>ii!ri'. Vtstiini; brethren
-r^SfKJflf^g iXTt' cordially Invited to nt
"K%&xtm}§»*S "'""'■ 1,. 11. Liiden, W. M.
y/zSmSßSf\\\^ John \V. Laden, Recorder.
//7/J(^Yv» v Gco A. Ulocksedge.
. Financier.
Degree of Honor
A. O. ir. W.
Leavenworth Lodge No. 32, Degree
of Honor, meets the first and Third
Wednesday evenings iv A. O. U. W.
ball. Visiting sisters and brothers
cordially invited to attend.
Amanda Martin, c. of 11. Lottie Doyle,
Louise McUuiue, Financier. Recorder
I. O. F.
Companion Court Independent Order of For
resters meets every Hrst Hnd third Tuesday in
AO U VV hall, over the pogt office. Visiting
Foresters Invited to attend.
Mrs. G. English, C. K. Mrs. C. B. Turner, R.S.
CoiiCcatt Notice.
United States Land Office,
Waterville, Wash.. Feb. *, 1904.
A sufficient contest, affidavit having been Bled
in this office by William A. Hudson, contest
ant, against homestead entry No. 5163, made
July lath, 1902, or eH s w > t . nw»i « • )i, and
h w hi n c \i section 32 township if! n range
18 c, by Charles E. Blom, contested,
In which It Is alleged that said enlryman,
Charles E- Ulomhas never established his real
denes In a house upon said tract since date of
his entry: that he has wholly abandoned Bald
tract and baen absent therefrom for more than
six months since making said «nlry, and that
said tract Is not settled upon nor cultivated as
required by law. and said failures still exist,
add tbivt said alleged absence from said land
was not due to his employment in the army,
navy or marine corps of the United States.
Said parties are hereby notlUed to appear, re
spond and offer evidence touching said allega
tion at 10 o'clock a mon March 10, 11104, before
J. E. Shore. U. S. Commissioner, at his office at
Leavenworth. Wash., and that Anal hearing
will be hell at 10 o'clock a m, on March 18, lUO4.
before tbu Register and Receiver at the United
Stales land office, in Wnteryllle. Wash.
Thenalil contestant having, In a proper affi
davit, filed Feb. 2.1904. set f Jrth facts which
show that after due dilllgence personal service
of this notice can not bo made, it is hereby or
dered and directed that such notice be given by
due and proper publication.
M. 11. MALLOY, Register.
_i ; ,
Post Office Book and News
Confectionery, and Stationery
Leavenworth, Wash.

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