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L. LAHB. President. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. H. HADLEY, Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON. Capital - - $25,000.00 We afford dppostlors a place of safety for their money, and extend to nil our patrons every acoommoda ton within the range of prudent bunking. In our Savings Department we ire ■ ye deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we p iy three per cent Interest, compounded seml-annually. No matter how small your deposit, we will take it and safe guard it for you. Money to Loan Upon Approved Security. LEAVENWORTH HOSPITAL I ——— ( ( >> In one of the most healthful lo- /? ,[ « culi.tiea in Washington. Beau- $ <, ii tifu'ily situated on a bluff over- << |i & looking the Wenatchee river. SS i| Open for Hie Reception"of all Surgical mid Medical Cases Except j, <»liliis<'iilis Mlki-mm-n 1 Trained and Competent Nurses Always in Attendance j! Address all communications: S DR. W. M. M'COY, Physician in Charge, j! Leaven worth, Washington ,| L Lamb. Pres. C. B. Lamb, V.-Pres. G. E. Lamb, Sec. P. DAVIS, Troas. * M«P Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leavenworth, Wash Lamb=Davis Lumber Co MANUFACTURERS OP WFSTERN WHITE PINE LUMBER Dealers in all kinds of building material. Leavenworth, - - - Washington F F SPRAGLIE E- p# s Prasue C- E- aral'am "• A- °raha|" E. C. GRAHAM |L C Cy ftfii&i /^ tf\ Licensed CJT . o^l Clg UC W»U« Undertakers WliolmitlrrK and Rctnllrra of and Embalmers FT "hi Hi J; TT 1? WT 1 1 ¥T IA "5? Undertakers' Supplies FLORA E. CHASE a,,,,,.., WENATCHEE WASHINGTON T The "BRICK" Saloon [" OPPOSITE THE DEPOT Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection BURKE & CO. = - Proprietors v ~ i I Paint the Earth j want i Graining and Paper Hangings Spe- 1 WAIN 1 I cialty. Frescoing if desired Leave ■ GITMO ' orders at Dr. Shore's Drug Store, jj .write-EM S. C. WALDENBERC, I ; Leavenworth, Wash, \$ jr+ j||| WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fresh and Cured Meats Motto: Not how cheap, but oh ! How Good. The ; Old Reliable LEAVENWORTH, WASH. I I Home Cooking,l OVERLAND 1 I Just Like I RESTAURANT j I Your mother Front st Ad j O j nißff Dr. Shore's I S Used tO Do. JOHN BJORK, Proprietor. | ARE YOU TAKING THE ECHO? If Not, Then Why Not, Right Now LEAVENWORTH ECHO. Church Services. CoNaßEOATioNAi^Morning Mnrioe every Sunday at 10;4S; Sunday school at It 00: v.iuiil peoples service 7:00 p. m.; evcnln/ service sum .1. S. cove. Pastor. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Ladies Guild meets evory Thursday niter noon. Catholic— S-rvlces at the Catholic church pvitj fourth Sunday in the month; BUI at 7:30 a. m ; Sunday school at 3 p. m.; vespers 1:30 p. in.: low mass following niomlay. Father H. Colin. Pastor. The Methodist Protestant Conference in session at Washington, D. C, la»t Saturday :ulopted a way for the union between Itself and the Primitive .Meth odists, United Brethren, the Congre gational churches and the Methodist church. Now the matter goes hack for ratification to the various conferences that compose the general conference. If two thirds of those favor union, and the other denomination approve the plan, tho union will take place. The Presbyterian Genernl Assembly of the United Statos, now in session at Buffalo, New York, last Saturday de cided upon union with the Cumberland Presbyterian church by an almost unanimous vote. Now the question yocs back to tho presbyteries for ratifi cation, where the two-thirds vote also prevails, and if approved l!) 05 will see the Presbyterian churches unitetl again. At a conference^ ofthoUuitod Presby t. rian church at Greenville, Pa., it wns also decided to unite with the Reformed Presbyterian church. ■ 'on 1- I", i- Oanf » Ycitr Your Uncle Samuel is becoming quite a banker for the American soldiers. For the year ending Juno 30, lOO.l.there were deposited by soldiers $1,888,014, and it is understood that the amount for the liscal year which will end the last of the coming June, will be mueli larger. The enlisted men of the United States are allowed to leave their money in the hands of paymasters, taking a certificate for it. and tlio government pays the men interest at the rate of 4 per cent a year. Many soldiers largely increase their earnings by leaving their money on deposit as long us possible, and it is really a very good savings bank for them. The year before the Spanish wur the amount deposited was leu tlmn one third of that deposited in 1003. The enlisted strength of the army has been increased since then,and is now double what it was before the Spanish war, but the amount left on de posit is three times as great as it was when the army was smaller. Pos-ibly service in the orient and the establish ment of large posts have been condu cive to saving on the part of the troops. At all events, officers of the war depart ment look Upon the increase as being an indication of thrifliness upon the part of the American soldier. On sev eral occasions attempts have been made in congress to allow officers of the ar my 1 lie name privilege of leaving their monoy on deposit, but every time such a bill has been defeated. I'leeiiH Of Land ill (he I'itiitic Timt Arc Veritable Traaaiuraa t» ■!m The recent voyage of the revenue cut ter Manning, Captain McClelland in command, to the Aleutian Islands, on the coast of Alaska, lias had memor able results. Captain McClellan found the streams of the Attu and of the other islands crowded with salmon. On lluli!if island, in 52 degrees and 80 min utes north ho found new fur seal rook eries. That this discovery may prove to bo of groat financial value may bo re aliz d when it is considered the rev enue from the rookeries of the Pribilof islands has thus far amounted to over 180,000,000. On Umnak island the rev enue cutter steamed into a harbor two miles long and three-fourths of a mile wide. So strongly convinced are some of the alert men of tho northwest that the Aleutians are now destined to assume (Treat Importance in the affairs of the Pacific that a company has been formed lo colonize the archipelago. Wharves and storehouses are to lie built and trading stations established. Stock raising is 10 be begun first on Akun is land. There, it is estimated, 60,000 head of cattle can find abundant pas ture the year through. It is claimed that on account of the modifying influence of tho Japanese current, the Aleutian islands have a more desirable climate than any part of the Atlantic seaboard north of (.'ape HatterHH. Aside from stock raising. general agriculture is to bo inaugurat ed. It is stated that copper, oil and coal are found on the islands, and that there is a great abundance of water power, as in Japan. On" town, called Jarvls, has already been started in Lout harbor. The problem of transportation will not have to be solved, as in tho in terior of Alaska. Steamers to and from the orient, Siberia, St. Michael anil Nome now pass daily within a few miles of some of the boat harbors in tile ar chipelago. ■-: - ■■-; Thul Throbbing Ili-adai lie Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New I,ifo Pills, Thousands of lufferen have proved their matchless merit for sick and nervous heiuU'hps. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25c, money back if not cured. Sold by E. A. King, drug eist. HALL & CO., UNDERTAKERS AN 1 > Funeral Directors EMBALMING A si'K( [ALTV Dora Hall ( j Offlee Phone Ladj Aasiitant \ I '■' I Wenateheo, Wwh. BRICK iiobson Yard fbout p or tho lit-st Build •hlI:"lst ing Brick. Kiln I>nir*l/ ready by .June first DKILiV J- F. Hobson & Co. TONGUES HARD and WOOD REACHES Two by eight six teen feet lon<r. A H/irnv lot °* o;ilc < hickory WAuUFN and ash 2 inches thick and from 5 to 10 inches in width. TIMBER _ J- B - Hathway Call on M. G. Thomas to see timber. Wilbur Walker Wm Bullock The LOBBY Just across from the Depot PURE WINES and LIQUORS GOOD CIGARS and COURTEOUS TREATMENT Notice ofPnWlcatlon -Timber Land United Sta m I and i iffl ■ ■ Wattirvlllt), Wash , Ma) 4. IBM Notice is hereby given that In compliance withihe provisions of the net of congress t>f June 8, 1878. entitled An act for tne vale of tim ber lauds In the mail's of Calif' rnla, Oregon. Nevada and Washington territory, an extended to all the pub.lc laud states by But of August 4 IBW, Frederic S Jacobs?!), of T.eavenwouh, oountj or Clielan, state of Washington. b is this u;i\ Hied in this office his sworn statement number $88, for tho purchase of the n '/, of n •• Vi "< B»otion No 8. in township No 80 n. range No 1" c. and iril offer proof t ■ nhow that the land nousbl la more vuluxble tor its timber or itt'.im than for agricultural rur poses, and tnostublli-h his claim to sind laud before .1 K. Stioro. U S Boinmlaßloner. at his office in Leaven worth, Wash, on Monday, the 2. f»th day of July. luot. Ho names hr witnesses: Harry ft I'arr. Ernest li Gates, Petrel Davis and William I. Hadley, of Leavenworth, Wash Any and nil persons claiming adversely the Bbove described lands are requested to tile their claims In Ibis of floe on or before said Kith day of July 1(101. M. li. Mai.l.uy, R»Klster' First publication May 13 1904, lust. July IS Notice Publication United -tates Land Office, Watcrville. Wash . April BtU, I«:i4. Notice Is hereby itlvon that in compliance with the provisions of ihe act of congress of June 3 1878, entitled 'an act for the sale of tim ber lands in the suites of California.Oregon,Ne vada an" Washington Terrilory," as extended to all the public land states by act uf August I. 1808 Emtl Frank of Leavenwortb, oouniy of Ohelnn, Ptate of Washington, has this day filed in this ofiio" Ms sworn statement No. 41for the purchase of the hivi, or tectlou No. -i in township No. MS n, range Hew in, fuid will offer proof tosuowthat the land Mongbt in more valuable for its timber or stone than foragrloulturs] purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before J. K. Shoie, U. B. Commissioner at his olllce at r.eav enworthon Wednesday, the USod day of June, 1904. He names as witnessed: Martin Chnstenson, IradO. Varney. I-'.. D. Bhugnrt and Louis J. Hauck, all of Leavenworlh, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands ore requested to Hie their claims in this office on or before sad DOndday June, null M. B. M vt^t.oy. Register. Kir.-' publication Apill 15. I. 4. Contest Notice. United States Lund Office, Waterville, Wai-h.. Apr. so, turn. A sufficient contest affidavit li viim been tiled in this offlco t>v William A. Hudson, nontest si in agntnst homestead entry W ■. HIW. ma<ie July 13th, INK, for •■ V, i w ';. ti w:i ■■ 8 '.i- i"d s w 'i ii a !i BMOtion 99 township -7 n ranßi 18 c, liy i:niiri"s K. Mom, contexlop, in which i' Is alluded that culil ■• tryman, <°hnrl«H V. Hloui has never pHMibiislicil htii re.-i --dence In house mon Siitd tract itno diite of hi-entry: that h« nan wholly abunilonfd mid tmct and be<jn BliHODt therefrom lor ojorfl than six months tlnoH mnh tig -mi entry, and that Siild tract is not settled upon nor cultivated an ■i <in'ri'il bylaw, and Bild failures still <■ x i i. and that Mid alleged ahsenoe from sold land was Dot due lo liis ■ ■iinl.'V't.. in In the army, navy orniH'lno corns of th» Unile-.l Suites. Salu partli - are hi bj notified toiipp' ar, re spotui and oiTer evlaenco touching sntd nlli Ba llon at in o'oiook a in on Juno 1804. before J. K. Shore, U. S. Com in i«ioner, a Ills o3lon at Lenvenworta. VVaih.. and that Hnal henrlnir will be bel i nt hi o'cloclc a m on June V. lfti. before tn« Rnviater »nil Receiver a the United States land onion, in tervllle, Wash, Tho said contestant hartnir.ina proper nffl davit. Bled Apr. an, [904, net firth facts which show thai, atrer due ailllgono1) personal service or this notice can not in made, It Is hereby or dered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. .11. MALTjOY, Register. Plnrt publication April -.".i I Timber Land Nolle* Unit' d siiii'" La 1 office,. Waterville, '»'.' wta . April HI, ii*'l. Notice la her by given ibai In eomclluncv with the provisions of tin) net of a Dgr<-«-nf June 8. IR7H, en'itlril "An art f»r the Hale of timber lamlH In th» mutes of Ciillfornin,Or«iron. Nevada and Washington Territory" v extern •d to all the public 1 it.ll states by act of August «. INS, Jumps M. Puffy. of Wenntrhov onuutvofUhi ■ stite of Wash- Inaion. has ihlsdai Hibi In ihUi)fH<B la nvorn stiiwincu; No &? fur tha purehi >flh»wV4o( nwj , Bn>l w". of ■« ', -.■■■ i, T» p 80 n.Kßnite No. IT c, ami will offer proof to show tlmt the 1 nd pouxht la more valuub'e for ii- timber or Btone than for uxrli'iilMir punmse*, urn! to e«ta'>M»h his claim to said land before Henry Cuss. U. S. Commlsaloner, at his offloe nt wnintcbve. Wash., Tuna lay the IDtb dv of juiv. QO4. h« riami-s as witnesses: Prank [Imta, .lames Willlnras B. W. Sherwood ami Henry Miadio ton. nil of Cblwaukum, Wanblngton Anyandall persons rlaimlni; ndver«olythe above described lands »re requested to Bl»tb' ir claims In this office on or before said IStn day of July. 190). MIJ . MAI . LOY , ReEIator . M. D MAI.I.'iV. El 4 -dtor. Fitst publication April IP, 1101 Notice ofPubJlcatlon Tlmlior Land United Bi»te» Lund Office. IVII rv:ll». WmJ April 8. 1904. Notlro Is be eoj I'" 1" "■'' '■ compliance with the provisions < f the ml "' '■'" frees or Juno 3. Ltd. entitled "An m \ for ihe sale of tlnilirrlamln in ilii! s'.au-i-'jf Ifon I*. Oregon, Nevada un.l Washington Territory," as el tended toull the public land ttales byactof August 4, IWJ, Mar in Christenson of Lea enwortta, county of Chilan, state or Washington, has this day filed in this office hi* Hwurn Htaumimt No. MB. for the purchase of the nwj, of section No. 4ln township No. n, range No. 18 c w m. and will oner proof to show that [he land sought Is more vitluable forlts tknburor lons tban for m.Tlcultunil purpsses, arid to establish Ma claim to mild land before J. K. Shore, U. s Co nmlMtoner at his office at Leaveuworth. Wash., on Wednesday, the 2ind dai ol June, 1001 He name ■- witnesses: Irad C. Varney,L.ouls .1. Haock, Hans T Ua^ea and E. I). fahUßart, all Leavenworth, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this ollice or beiore said iiiud day of Juue, I.m- M. n. MALLOY, Register. M n. MAT.I.OY, Register. First publication April 15. I'.nM. Notice ul'l'ubllrutiou— Land United States Land Office, Watcrville, Wash., April 8,1904. Notice la hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of Juneß.lß7B, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands m the states of California. Oregon, Nrvadn and Waqbinirtoß Terrltorry," us ex tended to all thuimbllu land states by act of August 4, ihw, Jacob Thowe of Lrnvßnworth. county of Chelan, state or Washington, has tills day tiled In this office his sworn statement No 40), for the purchase of the stt seW of section No. S3 In township No. 27 n. ranm No IX c w in. and will offer proof to Hnowtbat the land pounht is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural pur poses, and to establish his claim to said land before J B Shore. D S. Commissioner at hlf> ntllf ■■ nt Leavenwortb, Wash., on Wednesday, the SSnd day of June. 11)04. Benamesas wltnfsses: Martin Christenson, 11-;■. iC. Varney, I'.n.il Frank and Louis J. ' Qauclc, all Lcavcnworth. Wash. Aiiyiinilull persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to Hie inelr claims in this ofllce on or before said S2d day or uue, 10 '1. M I!. MAI,LOY, Register. First publication April 15.1W>4. Notice lor Publication—Final Proof Land Office at Watcrville. Wash.. May 27, 1904. Notice Is hereby given that the following: named «ettlerbas til-il r.otlce of his intention •■■ make dual mi; till ion proof in support of his claim, and tbnt fatii proof will ue made be fore J. *')- Shore. F. 8. Commissioner, at his of lice at Leavenwortn, Wash., on July Mb, i»O4, viz: Samuel L. Elllnirer who made homestead entry No. 239fl for the eH aeU seution it, township 34 n. range 17 c w m. lie names an witnesses to prove bis contin uous residence upon and cultivation of said land, v ■■/■ Joseph T.Scott, Uiivii) C. Wilson, John Hill and Albert Walker, all of Leuven worth, Wash. M. B. MALLOY, Register. First publication June 8, last. July 8. m;i4 Notice Publication—Timber Land United States Land Office, Watervllle, Wash., March 16, 1904 Notice li hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress or June '■'■■ 187S, entitled An Act for the sale of lim bet larid» in lhe states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington territory, as extended to all public land slates by act of August 4,1693, Petrel Davis, of Lciivi'iiworih. county of Chelan, state of Washington, has this day filed in this • nice his swum statement J»o»Bii.for the pur chase of the * w '<( or section No 14 in township No iili N. range No 17 E. and will otter proof tv stiuw that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural pur poses, and to establish tils olulm to nald land bmoro J. 13 Bhnra U ft Commissioner, at hi» I'llice at Leavenworth \V:iff:. oc .ouday, the ft day or June, null He names as wltnoss^s: Jim (' rstets, Har ry E Curr, P. S. JiuTii-pi' -i-,,1 ullm Uideout, all of Leavei woril Wvvh. Any aid all tiorsor.H ri»lmlnß .inversely the above il Bor bed iafM.? live v ,iie.-u<l to til Ihelrel mi- In this r.niiv on or "'or, said BtU dayof June. '001. M ,; -\ \ . oY. Register. First publication March :;'> IDU4 Notice ol' Publication— Land United States Land Office. Watervi le, Wash.. March 15. mot Notice Is hereby Riven that in compliance with the provision! of the act of Congress of June 8, IBTS. entitled "An act for the sale of tlm lerlamlM in the states of C'al forniii. Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as ex tendendad to all lv» public land states by act or August 4, IBM, Seth L. Morris, of Leavennorth, county of chelnn. state of Washington, has this auy tiled in this ofllce his sworn statement No. Sf(l, for the purchase of the v. 1 -j ll' 'i of sicli'Mi No. 4 ill township No. Jil> n. raiit--e No. 17 35. W. M., and will offer proof to showibat the land sought Is more valuable for Umber or stone than for agricultural purposes. mill 10 establish his claim to saul land before J. E. Shore, U. S. Commissioner at his office nt Leavenworth, Wash , ou Tuesday, the "th day of June. 1004, He names as witnesses: John Dnvls. of We natchce, James V. Tyson and Louis J. Hauck.of I i ranworth. and Frank Hnsb, of Ohlwaukuni. Any and all persons cluing adversely the above described lands are requested to Ilia their aims in this ofllce on or lie'ore said 7tb diivof June. 1904 M 11. MALLOY, Register. First publication March i:>, 1904. Notice lor E*iiblitatlon United States Land Office, Waterville, Wash., April 10.W4. Notice is hereby given thai Id coiiipllai.rn with ibe provisions of the act if coiiKrefrs of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of limb r I'UMl'tn th« Sinle« of California, Oro iron. Nevada and Washington Territory." us ex tended to all the public laud state** by act of AUgUHt -4. 18W2, [rad C Varney, ■ • • ■ ... of Leovenwnrtb.eountyof Che]an state of Wash ington, bun this day filed In this ofltca hi* sworn statement No. 490, for th« purchase of Hie dw] , s--v,. »cM »»!i & *% «w'4of Kec No. 8 township No 86n ranee No IS c. and will offer proof to show th.it iliu land BOUfnt in more val uubie for its timber or More than for nerirul tural purposes, and to es'nb'Uri tiiHclHlm to >;i .t land before J V.. Shore, United States i nmtniaHionfl 1 nt Ms office Ht LHnvenwortb, Wii-h . on Friday, the Ist day of July, i»m. li" Dames aa wltnesßes: K. I). \on hup, Iron (> Nortbup, LouNJ Hauok and Asa K. Dicken won, all of L«avenwortb< VVa.sh. Any and nil persons ciniriiint' ;i raely the above described l.i ia are requested to tile their' rlalniH in this jfitoe on or before laid Ist day of July, l»"4. M. h MalU.y, Register. First publication April 88, I*l4 Of Publication—Timber Unlcd states Land offlre, WntiTviJle. Wash., May 11, IWM. Notice is herei y |(iven that in coujptiuuee uitiiti.i- i'i(.vi-ions of the Act of conKrt-Hs of June 8, i 78, entitled "an Act for the Sain of Tim Lands In the States of Calif mi», Ore gon, Nevada md v a»binfrton Territory." m ex tended to uIT the Public Land Sialeu by Act of Ati, US! 4. IS9J. .1, throw \V Keller. "' \.• .iv i worth, muntv ot Ohelan, state of iVii-hi' L-f'ii, has this day Hied in ihißoMce hiri ■worn slatPUjent No. in. fortbnpnrona»eiif tbu o^nw^uf sen Sola twp No 90 n, Kunuc I? c wii] i i* r proof to snow ihiit himl hou^ht 1» more va u:ib c for Its timb ror hi one than for jim:i"ii ■ urai purpnuei and to t'Ntabllsh hH cliiiiii to sain liiml I) Urn J 15. Snoru, 11. B. (/•■mm - loner, at bis oitloo at Leavenw.rtti. Wash., on Saiur uv, ibe 3'; th day of July I.'M. Ho names as witnesses: .1 tin K. Cairipb«]l, Cbarle« Vj, franklin. James M Towrmend ail of Leave worth. Wash., and Charley French of Chiwaukum. Wash Any and nil persons claiming adversely th& above d<!Hcrib«d lands are requested to file their cla in-in ibis ofllue on or before baidaj day of July, ISO I. M H. MAl.LOV.neitlster I'uV. I cat lot), May, ti, la?t, July l'jih.