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L. LAriß. President. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. H. HADLEY, Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON. Capital - - $25,000.00 We afford depositors a place of safety for their money, and extend to nil our patrons every accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Savings Department we receive deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we pay three per cent interest, compounded semi-annually. No matter how small your deposit, we will take It and safe guard it for you. Money to Loon Upon Approved Security. -VAAAfIAAAfLT>AAr^nAA^U\A^AA/UWVIArW^ ---»""» IT [ LEAVENWORTH HOSPITAL i ■ / >> In one of the most healthful lo- >> i * | « calities in Washington. Beau- $ j ! it tifnlly situated on a bluff over- « ji I 1 << looking the Wenatcheo river. SS i '', Open i'orllie Reception of all Surgical and Medical Caacs Except j 'i Contageouo I»l»cn»e» i i', Trained and Competent Nurses Always in Attendance I Address all communications: i| DR. W. M. M'COY, Physician in Charge, 'i Lravenworth, Washington L Lamb. Pres. C. R. Lamb. V.-Pres. O. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Treas.. &Mr Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leavenworth, Wash ====== Lamb-Davis Lumber Co MANUFACTURERS OF WESTERN WHITE PINE LUMBER Dealers in all kinds of building material. Leavenworth, - Washington F F SPRAGUE " F s Prae c- E- artthain H - A- arahßin E. C. GRAHAM p Cftf**) (flip Cf\ Licensed . i • 3JJi Cig fiiC tUI Undertakers WllQlO—lull and Retailer* ol Jl FINE FURNITURE E mba. mers FINE FURNITURE ; Undertakers' Supplies FLORA E. CHASE WENATCHEE WASHINGTON „«,. | WEXATCHEE WASHIKGTOX ] The ""BRICK" Saloon I" ~" OPPOSITE THE DEPOT Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection | BURKE & CO. - - Proprietors I Paint Signs, or Anything on Earth Graining and Paper Hanging a Specialty. Frescoing if desired. Leave orders at Dr. Shore's Drug Store. leavenworth S. C. Waldenberg Jl AH 1¥ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER EMIL Fresh and Cured Meats FRANK — E. l*-**"l mm. Motto: Not how cheap, but oh! How Good. The Old Reliable LEAVENWORTH, WASH. Overland Restaurant Front Street, Adjoining Dr. Shore's Drug Store JOHN BJORK, Proprietor. HOriK COOKING LIKE YOUR MOTHER USED TO DO ARE YOU TAKING THE ECHO? If Not, Then Why Not, Right Now Only a Dollar a Year; 8 Cents a Month LEAVENWORTH ECHO. COI'BT HOISK HBWI The following transcript of the busi ness transacted in the Court House for the past week is furnished this paper by John A. Gellatly, Wenatchee, the abstractor, whoso business advertise ment will be found in another column. Heal Instate Transfer)* R H Steeves to Jacob Scott lots 15 & 10 blk 38 Chelan 120 Wen Dcv Co to E J Morris 5 lots blk 26 G N Plat Wen CM Ira D Edwards to Mary A Johu stonlots3s&36 blk 20 G N Plat Wen "00 W J WhitthorneJrto JHWat son lot 11 blk 29 G N Plat Wen 125 .1 W McNeil to Mary P Switzer pt cMi neVi swM, sec 10 27 22 250 Mary P Baker to Mary P Swit zer pt cVi neVi seVi sec 10 27 22 1 W O Parr to Clarissa Burdick blk 5 & 8 original Wenatchee 410 Squire Stewart to A C Jones pt c'/s seVi nwVi sec 5 23 19 1415 Wm Mills to Susan J Swan wy 3 swVi nw'/ t neVi see 4 22 20 1 C F Brown to Otto Gordon lot 20 Sunnyslope Farms 270 J E Eikelberner to Leroy Wright 1% A in Wj sw% se% see 88 21! 20.. .500 Clara R Amos to Annie I Mo- Master lot 18 blk 42 replat Ist add Wen 200 Wen Dot Co to WO Pan- blk 4 5 8 & !) Wen 300 Ira Freer et al to G C Fasken pt sv/Vi ueVi see 0 23 10 1100 Jessie B Jones to Margarlte A Savage 6 lots blk -*4 Orchaid Home add Mission 835 Wen Dcv Co to Ira D Edwards lot 21 blk 11 GN Plat Wen 1000 E C Leedy to C E Leedy et al % hit in seVi ne^ & ne]4 neM, sec 2023 20 5 SutlMl'ai'tlon of MorteujCeN John Bain to Peter Bettinger seVi nw!4 9 22 80 G W Blair to S F Hudson neVi sec 2u & sei/i aeVi & lot 5 sec 24 22 20 D A Van Slyke to D L Cleiumer pt o lots in blk 16 Gibuon"s add Clielan, $125 T S L C & Fruit Co to Clara A Amos lot 18 blk 42 replat Ist add Wen $1 Dan'l Sholton to Anna Clark pt wy 2 nw'/i sec 0 33 19 $10H SO niNccllaiicoiiN M O Tibbits to J H Watkins con of pur pt lot 3 bik 1 West Mission $700 T H McGough to Ida Green cond sale of furniture etc in bldg on lot 10 blk 27 G N Plat Wen Wen Dcv Co to W P Cameron con of pur lots 15 16 17 IS & 19 blk 20 Wen Wen Canal Co to A F Anderson water right lot 724 it 25 blk 43 replat Ist add Wen $200 Stark Bros to Mary Swltze'r release of con pt eVa neVi swVi sec 10 27 23 It Livingstone to G W Blair assigns ratg on neU sec 25 & seise/i & lot 5 sec 24 23 20 A C Jooeß to Algenora Stewart as signs mtp; on el,■. swVi se',4 see 14 23 19 W H Hartley files lien on lot 20 b!k 2 Woodrlng's plat Mission, MB9 OH Wen Canal Co to James OulT water right on »w% swVi swVt see 98 28808600 W T Rarey & Co vs W R Wallingr & B .1 Hughes, action to recover judgment in the sum of $107 "3 and costs and dis bursements A Sun- Tlilii.'i It is said thai nothing is sure except death and taxes, but that is not alto gether true. Dr. King's New Disoov ery for Consumption is a sine ourefor all throat and lung troubles- Thous ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Van Metre ofShepherdtown,W.Va.,sayß "1 had a severe ease of BroDObitil and for a year tried eveything I heard of, but got n0 relief. One bottle of Dr. Kinp's New Discovery then cuml me absolutely." It's Infallible for Croup, Whooping Cough,Grip,Pneumonia and Consumption. Try it. It's guaranteed by City Drug Store. Trial bottled free. lieg. sizes 50e. $l.(l(>. The horrible winter which has been experienced throughout tho Central West has prevented immigratiom from the Central Weetern itatee- No such blockades of railway trains and wash outs thereafter have been known in yearß as have occurred during the last four months. Even a regular old-teah loned hail and snoiv bliz/ard prevailed in St. Louis last week. It is imw pre dicted that the rush of Immigrant* to tho state of Washington will not occur UQtll next autumn. Business Lots in LMTeoworlh —Two on CommercisJ slroet corner. Iv'otliiup better in town. Two on Front street comer. Here 1! a snap. liny and Stock Knneh for Salo—l'our miles from Leaven worth. Lotl Wantetl —I have several parties who want residence lots in LeAVen* worth. If you have any lois for tale, list thorn with me. I have unexcelled opportunities tor getting in touch with Inn its. Lots in Everett —To exchange for Leavenwcrlh property • Iv regard toabove see, Doed 11. Mayar THROUGH TICKETS AND BAGCi AGE CHECKS to all Eastern Points Great Northern R'y 2 FAST TRAINS "> DAILY <£ To Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth Making direct connections with tmins for Chicago, St. Louis and all points East and soutli Through Standard and Tourist Sleeper?, Dining and UulTet Library car and day couches Special Excursion Rates to St. Louis And Chicago and Return During Muy, June, July, August and September Full Information as to rates, etc., can be had by applying 10 P. M. j.ciiji.'. Agent, Leavenworth, Wash. Or S. O. Yerke.s, G. W. P. A. 012 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash. Wilbur Walker Wm Bullock TheLOBBY Just across from the Depot PURE WINES and LIQUORS GOOD CIGARS and COURTEOUS TREATMENT Notice of Publication— Lund United States Land office, Watervllle, Wash., Murcta 14, 11)04, Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the Act of congress of June 3, 1"78, entitled "an Act for the Sale of Timber Lands In the States of California, Ore gon! Nevada »nd W uMiluiitun Territory," us ex tended to all the Public Land states by Act of August 4, 1802, Edward T. Sherman, of Wenatchee, County of Cuelan, State of Washington, has mis day tiled In this office his sworn statement No. 878. for the purchase of the nl/t se^ and t>!£ of ut:!* of Section No. 30 in Township No. Vti n, Halite No. 17 K. W. M.. and will offer proof to show that tne land sought is more valuable for its timber or slnne than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land fore Henry crass, U. S. Commissioner, at his oillee at Wenatohee, Wash., on Wednesday, the Ist day of June, 1901. He names pb witnesses: Elizabeth M. Ph*'r man. of Weua to lee, Wash.. J. W. Southard, of Cliiwaultum, \> uhli., Frank Shlbtey, of r*-nat chee. wash., Charley Crunch, Ol Chlwaukum. wash. Any and nil persons claiming adversely the above described iandsare requested to lile their claims In this office on or before said Ist day of June, 11104. M. B. MALt,OY, Register First publicution. March 18, IWI-I. Not !«••> of l'ubtlcatlon United States Land Office. Watervllle. Wash., April Bln. HUM. Notice is hereby Riven that In compliance with the provisions of the net o( confess of June 3 1878, entitled 'an act for the sale of tim ber lands In the states of Oallfornla.Oragon,Ne vada an Washington Terriiory," as extended to all the public lund states by act of August 4, ISM Bmil t'Vnnk of Leavenworth, county of chelnn, state of Washington, baa this day filed In this offlc» bis sworn statement No. HW.for the purchase of the ewji or section No. 4 in township No. ■,')» n, range 18 c w in, ami will otter proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before J.K. Shore, U. S. Commissioner at bis office' m t.eav enworth on Wednesday, the Kind day of June, ISM. he names as witnesses: Martin Chrlstenson, Irad O. Varney. K. 1). Bbugant and Louis J. Hauck, all of beavenworlh, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to flletbeir claims in thisomcu on or before sad S9nd day June, 1904 M. li. M ALLOY, Register. First publication April 15. II) 4. . Contest Notice. United States Land Office, Waterville, Wash.. Apr. SO, 1904. A sufficient contest affidavit h iTinff been tiled in this office by William A.Hudson contest ant. airnitist homestead entry Hi. S!OJ. niade July 12th, IMS, for i 1 '• ■ w 't n w ' » a '. »"d 8 w % n c l 4 section 32 township 27 n rauge 18 c. by Charles IS. Mom, contest.ee, in which It in alleged that >-■■'..! Htitryman, Charles E Blom Lai never es'nbliM'ed his rorl dence In ii house upon Siild tract slnOß dine of hit entry: that ho bus wholly abaaUuDeil said tract and been absent therefrom tor more than six months sin making said entry, and that said tract is not settled upon nor cultivated us required by law. Bald failures still exist, aim tbaT.said alleged absence from said land whs not due to bin employment In the army, navy or marine corps of the United States. Said paitlfs are hereby notified to appi ar, re spond and oiler evidence touching snld nll>>i!a lion m ill o'clock am on June 8, IW4,l»«for« ,1 E. Shore, U. 8. Commissioner, a his olllcn at Leiwenworth. Wa-h.. and that final liuar'iK will bo hel i at 10 o'clock am. on June '■<■ HUM. before the Register ami Heci-tvem' the United Stales land onion. In Watervlllp. Wash. The said contestant ii « Ing !>> .t proper rHl davit, Bled Aor. au l»)l. sot fortti fa ■t.< which show tba', oftnr .>-1<- dllllgftaci peroin »t »or»lca of this notice can nnt bj ui»do, It l« hr"hy or dered and dtrected thut «uch outlet be glirun by due and proper publication. First publication April W. l»t TillitM r l.nint •■ I'nll 8!»'»« '*' « Of««. Wit'TVll.i-. \. ..V . ,; ■ 11, !.• I. Notice Is her-bj gtran C-«l l» r»tnt'H»nc» with the provUloiw of llMfcrtof r'iacrr*<«f .luni'.i. IB7C, enilil"J "An »ri for «he rale of limber liin'ls In the •tales ■ (i '•• .'•>.•,. inra»!. Nevada and Waihlniftou Territory" v extend rd to all the public I.MWI «tat« by set of August 811892> J»me« M. Duffy, Of WmitttrtK"* ."'-nil v <•( Chelan, of Wash- Inuton. baa tali day Mod In this office his »worn statement No ft?, for the purobaM of the wK of nwjk and of sWli nee 8. Twp SB n.Range No. 17 p. and will offer proof to show that the lied sought 18 more valunMe for Its limber '<:■ stone than for agricultural purnnst and to establish his claim to said land before Henry Craw, D S. Commissioner, at lit* office at Wenatchee, Wash.. Tuesday the ISlb day of July, IHM. H« names as witnesses: Frank Hash. .lames William-* B. W. Bbenrnod and Henry Middle ton, ail of CBlwaultum, Washington. Any anil all person;! claimlui,' ndveriely the above d»siTibod lan ■» art requested to fll« their claims In thli oflicoon or before aald l^th day of July, 190.. ji:u .M ALLOViKeeUtci . • First publication Ap?l.'S», 1001. Notice of Publication-Timber Land United States Land Office. Wat rville. Wash.. April 8, 1904. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of congress or June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale or timber lands in the state.of California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as ex tended to nil the public, land status by act of August 4, ISM. Martin Christenson of Leaven-worth, county of ch.lnn. state or Washington, has this d»y filed in this office hi* sworn statement No. 403. for the purchase of Hie nw! , of section No. 4 in township No. H n. rinue No. IS c w m. and will offer proof to show that Hie land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to cstnbllsh hi- claim to laid land before J. E. Shore, U.S. Co omissioner at his office at Leavenworth. Wash., on Wednesday, the -"Jnd day of .Tune, as witnesses: Irad C. Varney.Louls Ho ii-inii-s v witneUU Iradc. \ arney.Louis J. Hauck, Hans T Banees and E. 1). bhugart, all Leavenworth, Wash. , Any and all persona claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to tile their claims in this office on or beiore said S*nd day of June. !*»■ M . B . MALLO Y, Register. First publication April ■'. IW4. ,>■ Notice of Publication—Timber Land " United States Land Office, Waterrllle, Wash., April 8, 1904. Notice is hereby given tout in compllanco, with the provisions of th.i act of Congress or, June 8 1878, entitled "An act for the sale or timber lands in the states of California. Oregon, Nevada and Wuqnlnßton Territorry," as ex tended to all the public land states by act of August 4, 1898, Jacob Thouv of Leavenworth county of Chelan, state of Washington has this day Hied in this ofllce his sworn statement No KM, lor the pnrchiiseof the *Vi se>4 of section No. 33 In township No. 81 n range No is c w m. and will offer proof to show that the land nought is more valuable for its timber orstone than for agricultural pur poses, and to establish his claim to>Bldl.mil i'» fore J E Shore. U S. Commissioner at his. ofllco at Leavenwortb, Wash., on Wednesday, the :2nd day of June, 1904. lie names as witnesses: Martin Chrtstenson, Irnd 0. Varney, Kinil Prank and Louis J. Houck, all LoavenworHh. Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely tho aboil' described lands are requested to Die their olaims In this office on or before said 823 day of June, 1904. M B. M ALLOY, Register. First publication April 15. lwtl. Notice for Publication— Final Proof: Notice is hereby given that the following tunned settler baa filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof «111 be made before Henry Crass, U. R. Commissioner, at his office at We natcbee, Wash., on Mavßl, 1904, viz: William (V. Thompson who marie homestead entry No. WiO for the ne!4. section Si. township 28 n, range 17 c w m. He names as witnesses to prove bit* contin uous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: David I'nHlips and W. H. (irlddley, of Ctiiwaukum, Wash., and Charles Buttles and James M. Duffy, of Woinitchne. M. 11. MAI.LOY, Register. " First publication April 15, 1904. Notice of Publlc-atlou—Timber Land United States Land Office, Waterville, Wart., March 16, lIXM Notice is hereby given that m compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress (' June 3. ISIS, entitled An Act for toe sale of tim- ( her lands in the slates of California^ Oregon,-* Nevada ami Washington territory, as extended to all public land states by ast of August 4, 189:!, Petrel Davis, of Leavenwonh, county of Chelfso, state of Washington, has this day Died in this office his sworn statement No:tßi'.for tbo pur chase of the s w 'i of section No 14 tn township No SO X, tango No 17 K. and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than lor agricultural pur poses, ami to establish his claim tn said land before J. E Shore. U S Commissioner, at his office lit Lea retiwortti, Wash™ on Monday, the 0 day of June. 1004 •., . ■ ■ He names as witnesses: John O irstens. Har ry X Carr, F. S. Jaoobaen and Uolliu Hideout, all of Leavenworth, Wash. ,' . ,", ; ■. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file* tnelr eluiais in this office on or betor" sold Otb. day of June, 1901. M. U. MALLOY.Keglster. First publication March Mi 1904. Notice of Publication—Timber Lund United States Land Office.': Walervi le, Wash.. March 15. 1901 Notice is hereby given tlmt Hi compliance with the provisions of the net of Congress of June 1818, entitled "An act for the sale of tim ter lands mthH states of fcrnH, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,'* us ex tendonded to all the public land stuics by act of August 4, ISS2, Seth L. Morris, of Leavenworth, county of t'helnn, state of Washington, has Ibis nay filed In this office Ms sworn statement No. MSI. for the purcnastof the n.i ne'/jof section No. 4ln township No. SB. n. range No. it E. W. m., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis claim to said land before J. !■:. Shore, U. S. Commisetriner at his oinea at Leavenworth, Wash., on Tuesday, the 7.1h day or June, 1904. • ■ ■: - 1I« names as witnesses:. John Davis, of We natchee, James I*'. Tyson and Louis j, Hauok of' Leavenworth. and Frank Hush, of (Tbiwaukutn. Any and all persons Dlalng adversely the above described lands' are lequested to 111b iliwir claims in this of&oe on or before said 7tb day of Juno, 1904 M. B. MaLLOY, Register. |,'ir,i publication March is, mm. l Notice of Piibllcatloii~TiiHbertiiind United States Land Ofllce. ! TVaterville, Wash., March 14. IWI4. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the i>rovl.sioiis of the Act congress) of Junes, IMS, entitled -an Act for the Sale or 'limber Lutida in the States of California. Ore gon. Nevada and Washington Territory," ex tended to all the Public Land States by Act of August 4, i;';'*-.'- Elizabeth M. Sherman, of Wenatthee County ■>! Cnelan, State of Wash ington, had this nay Hied In this ones bar sworn statement No. 377 for the. purchase of the lots 1 and 9 and eH of ny Section No. 30 In Town ship No. 21 n, Kange No. 17 E. W. M.. and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or sumo than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish' her claim to said urn before Henry *'rass, U. 8, Commis sioner, at his oiiic-- at Wenatnbee. Wash., on dnesuay. the Ist day of June, IWJ4. ■■ She names as witnesses : Kilward T.Sherman of Wenatchee, Wash., J W. Southard, Chi\»au j kum. Wash . Frank Shibley, Wenatobee.Wash. wait Cbarley French, of Chlwaukum, Wash. Any and all percuns claiming adversely the above described lands are reQQastad to file their claims in 'hts office on or before said Ist day of June lUOi, : M. 1!. MALLOY, Register. First publication, March IS. lUOI - Notice for Publication ' United States Land omen, Waterviile, Wash., April 10.1904 Notice is hereby given that in compliance with ihe provisions of tbe set of congress of Jane 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sole of limber lands in the Slate* of California, Ore gon. Nevada and Washington Territory." as ex tended to all the public laad stales by act of August 4. tat, Irud C. Varney, of LeavonwortD.connty Chelan state of Wash ington,, has this clay Hied in this orocu his sworn statement No. m>. for the purchase of the nw 1, ><■>-.., in-, s<v, .'• .'., i«k of sec No. * township No 28n range No 18 c. and will offer proof to show that i tie land Bought to more val- v uable for ttt timber or itope than for agricul tural purposes, and to establish disclaim to said land before J. K. Shore, United States- C'nmmlsßlonar at his office at Leavenwonh, Wash., on Friday, the Ist day of July, 1914. He names as witnesses: K. D. N'orlhup, Iron O. Northup, Louts J. Hauck and Asa K. l)u ken son, all of Leavenworth, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above describe* lands are requested to tile their claims in thlar oillceonor ticfore said Ist day of July, 1904. M. H Mallny. Beglutei First jiblication April "'.. lOM .