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DEED H. MAYAR. Editor and Proprietor.
Issued Every Friday.
Subscription 11.00 per year in advance.
Address all communications to The Leaven
worth Echo.
FRIDAY. HAY 20, 1904
While there was some dissat
isfaction over the result of the
republican convention at Tacoma
there is no danger of the ticket
being defeated at the polls next
fall. There is too much good
common sense -with the great
body of the republican voters to
abandon the republican party
with its known and tried policy,
for the unknown, any thing-to
catch-votes policy, of the demo
cratic party. The democratic
party in the state of Washington
and in the nation is simply a
party of opposition and obstruc
tion. That party usually waits
for the republican party to hold
its convention and formulate its
policy, and then hold its own con
vention, nominate its ticket, and
then in sweeping terms oppose j
and denounce as bad all that
the republican party favors.
This has been the well known
policy for the last twenty years.
Indeed about its only policy.
If the Echo may be permitted
to indulge in prophecy it will
venture the prediction that the
coming democratic state coven
tion will adopt a platform favor
ing a railroad commission and
promise to supply all the medi
cine needed, free of cost, to cure
the ills of the body politic, with
the usual accompaniment of de
nunciation of everything repub
lican, expecting that visions of
pie will hold the party in line,
and hoping for enough recruits
from the disappointed and dis
gruntled republicans to win. In
this hope they are indulging in
vain fancy. Like certain anmals,
republicans will make a lot of
noise, and even scratch and tight
a little, but in the end there will
always be more republicans.
The Mission Journal conies to
our address this week with the
editorial announcement of a
change of ownership and politics.
As stated last week, Messrs J.
M. Cunningham and J. L. Mur
ray, formerly of the Republic,
have bought the paper from its
former owners and will in the
future preach pure Jeffersonian
democracy. As a newspaper,
the Journal shows improvement
-with the first issue. Politically,
boys, your yearning for the flesh
pots are leading you on an ex
ceedingly cold trail.
A Texas exchange of last week
contains the information that the
Reverends James B. Cranfill and
S. A. Hayden, two prominent di
vines, and publishers of rival re
ligious newspapers in that state,
while enroute to the Southern
Baptist convention at Nashville,
met in the toilet room of a Pull
man car and after some words
Mr. Cranfill drew a revolver and
he and Mr. Hayden struggled
for possession of the weapon.
Two shots were fired, neither of
whicb did any damage except to
the car. Mr. Cranfill was ar
rested at Texarkana charged
with assault with intent to mur
der and was placed under a $1000
bond which he gave promptly.
Of course preachers are after all
only humaD, with many of the
passions and imperfections of
lay members of the human fami
ly, but one would quite naturally
have expected to find a bible
rather than a pistol in Mr, Cran
fill's pocket.
There was born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Cook, in Spokane
last Saturday the twentyflrst
child and it was a boy weighing
15 pounds.
The Spokesman-Review, in
favoring the appointive railroad
commission reminds us of Joey
Bagstock. "You are sly, Joey.
Devilish sly."
A committee of prominent dem
o crat headed by State chairman
Godwin and A. J. Blethen had
a conference with Judge Turner
in Seattle last Sunday and urged
him to become a candidate for
governor. When the conference
broke up it was understood that
"Barkis was willin"
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
übstracter, whose business advertise
ment will be found in another column.
Real Estate Transfers
N It Cade to St P M & M Ry Co
pt lot 4 sec 35 24 18 $ 60
John Sullivan to Matt Green
nett nw',isecß 28 19 1
H Bandorob to R Banderob lot
17 blk 18 Chelan 1
Wen Waterpower Co to R D
I Shrigley pt nV4 nett sett nwtt sec
2823 20 615
Hannah A Beebe to Wm Tabor
ptnwViswVi Bee 11 23 18 30
I W Reeves to Ernest Allender
pt nVS nett sett sett sec 32 23 20.. 1
J F Proctor to Ernest Allender
i pt cy 2 sett sec 32 23 20
US to X O Holt fin ret lots 1
2 & 3 sec 5 & lot 4 sec 4 26 21
US to Dema Stillwell fin ret
sett nwtt sec g2 27 21.
A Wannifried to Barnett Still
well 5 lots in Riverview Add
Chelan 1
M M Foote to Town of Chelan
extension of Wooden St Chelan. . 1
A J Amos to J A Gellatly lot
17 blk 42 re-plat Ist add Wen.... 140
Chas McClure to Oscar Samp
son pt lots 1 & 2 blk 8 Am Central
add Wen..... 150
Arthur Gunn to E C Leedy 13
lots Sunnyslope Farms 9000
I P Jeffrey to St P M &M Ry
Co pt s^ neVi sec 28 22 21 63
Ellen Winnier to Mission Can
al Co rof on nwtt sec 16 23 19. 10
Anastasus Yaxsum to Mission
Canal Co r of w on wV4 swVi sec 9
23 19 5
W L Bentley to A J Linville
nett nwtt sett sec 15 22 20 2000
BM Le Fevre to T J Groves
lots 5 & 6 blk 7 Bolenbaugh's add
Wenatchee 1
W M Emerson to W A Boyd pt
sett sett sec 83 28 22 1
E G Tabor to T M Widney swi
sett swtt sec 4 22 20 1
Chelan Lodge 169 to Mrs Mary
Baker lots 5, 6, 7 & 8 blk 32 I O
OF Cemetery 60
Arthur Gunn to J A McClimans
seVi swtt sec 85 24 18 400
J A Stewart et al to Anna, J
Cutts 4 lots blk 11 Murray & Co's
add Wen......... 180
SatUfacton of ifortcages
Casper Bauer to Squire Stewart sett
nwtt nwVi sec 5 23 19 $50
Casper Bauer to Squire Stewart $200
swtt sett swtt sec 5 23 19
Minn Trust Co to Wen Waterpower
Co pt nVt nett sett nwtt sec 28 23 20
Wheeler, Osgood &Co to AH Mur
dock lots 11 & 12 blk 39 Chelan $139 83
E D Ford to J D Dill lots 3 & 4 b.k 21
G N Plat Wen $433
Gust B Green files water appropria
tion for nwtt nett sec 80 22 21
Dennis Strong to Treß«ie Williams
contract to buy pt swtt neVi & pt nV4
gett sec 4 83 19
Wen Canal Co to T M Jones water
right $1500, 85 A in sett swtt sec 21 23
Last will and \ testament of Eleanor
Mew house filed
Wen Canal Co to CS " Crlder water
right $600 stt sVi sett sett sec 10 22 20
John Sadoske files location notice of
Sunflower Lode claim L'worth dist
Ernest Aliender vs C D Jarchow et al
Us pendena lot 6 blk 2 Woodring's add
M P Mclntire to J B McGeuder cont
of pur land in T2j 23 $1500 _ .
JA Scnuion files notice of water
Your Choice Free
Every household should have one of
our Flour Bins, or Ever Ready Bread Pans.
These are Useful Articles in every
Kitchen, and every lady should avail her
self of this opportunity-Bachelors not
excluded. At
right from Canyon creek sec 32 24 19
Mnry Cltmingar to Mission Canal Co
cont for right o way on sV4 se*4 sec 4 23
J W Bonar assigns mtg on sw',4 neV4
& nw^i se>,4 sec 17 23 21 to J D Bonar,
Claude Kinney files water right no
tice for w}£ nwVi sec 33 22 21
Wen Canal Co Hattie Smith water
right nV 2 nwVi nwVi sw% sec 4 22 20
Kirk Whited makes affidavit relative
to title to sw% sec 20 23 20
Wen Waterpower Co to Frank Dan
do water right for w%"sw*i sec 20 23 20
< on ii Note*— Caaes
Matthew Green vs John Sullivan, ac
tion to quiet title to ne'i nwVi .sec 8 23
19 & to recover damages $1000 & costs
Jones-Shotwell Ditch Co vs James
Weythman, action,, for injunction
against interfering with plaintiffs ditch
& $200 damages
Jones-Shotwell Ditch Co vs George
Weythman same as above
Ernest Allender va C D Jarchow,
Frank Johnson, Washington Shoe Co
and C C Filson action in foreclosure of
migsll94 44 & costs upon lot 6 blk 2
Woodring's plat Mission
There is an unconfirmed rumor that
Sour Dough Mike and Joe Benson, two
Leavenworth men who left here several
years ago for Alaska have struck it rich
and sold out. The former for $150,000
and the hitter for $50,000.
Splendid Values
In Shoes
ml rffi
to all
Eastern Points
Great Northern R'y
To Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Duluth
Making direct connections with trains for
Chicago, St. Louis and all points East
and South
Through Standard and Tourist Sleeper*, Dining
and Buffet Library car and day coaches
Special Excursion Rates to St. Louis
And Chicago anri Return
During May, June, July, August and
Pull Information as to rates, etc., can be had
by applying to '
l>. M. Long, Agent. ■-.
Leavenworib. Wash. Or
• • S. O. YerkCd, G. W. p. A. •
, SIS Tirst Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
I .-""■'.-■■
The Outfitter.
SEE RALSTON « Addition to Leavenworth
HJ There is still a chance to
"1 secure large level lots, free
DP AI F^TATP^ from rocks. Size 50x140
KEAL WlAltg Te , 45 Howel , Ralston
We are prepared with a regulation dark |\VeTCSt tllC EyGS
room and the latest up to date testing apa- j; —
ratus, and carry a largo stock of lenses and ,[ I „■.■, _
frames. We are permanently located, hay \\ t £osߣ&B^z
ing been here over eight years, so it' any '^f^f^ttS^. <
thing goes wrong we are easy to find and !|§|P?g§|is|§S'
ready to make it right. || i
We make a specialty of fitting glasses. \\ ' — J,:99^^^. —
O. D. JOHNSON, <rnrr f nimrr
Wenatchee, Wash. FREE Of CHARGE
Mrs. H. A. Anderson's
I _„_____!
" 'lodging house f
I i
Everything New
Clean Fresh Beds
Reasonable Kates
Near Congregational Church
Leavenworth, Washington
IsX^WiSV/ stock or
C"il <BJM'/ll\®m 3& Ntw STYLES
j Gents Furnishings
Leavenworth, ■ Wash
Post Office Book and News
Leavenworth, Wash.
Ss Have been devoted by the
> proprietor to tin* study of >
i? medicine* and their com
s\ pounding. In that lime
;> some points are picked up
« recording drag! and also
<< relative to the policy of
5 fair dealing.
I Leavenworth Drug Store.
John Tnoi.iN John Suits.
Put 'I'KH.I I
Bonded \Vhl»kej» and ItniiiiUn,
Imported .. Wines .. and .. Cigars,
Big Rock Saloon
OEO.L.HOPPE, - Proprietor
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars

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