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Arrival and departure of trains. Weat Bound: Eastnound: No. 1 No 4 Ar I 60 PM Dpts 1 53 Ml Ar 2as PM Depls 3 33 PM No. 3 No. i Ar9 45AM Dpts SSOAM Ar 1 35 AM Depts 140 AM Blewettand Leavcnworth Stage Leaves IMewfttt every Monday, Wednesday and Krlduv til 7AM. Leaves Lnavenworth every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at Ham. Carries paa«rngers nml express. H B.IRWIN, Prop. Stage Line. Town and County M. G Thomas went down to Wenal ehee Wednesday to attend the fair. Dr. McCoy made a business trip down to the county seat the first of the Week. Messrs. D. M. Thomas &Co received another mixed car of flour and grain last week. One of the children of William Doug lass is very sick, with symptoms of ty phoid fever. Mrs. Jennie Smith was a visitor to Wenatchee this week and while there attended the fair. Mrs. George Briekey is on a visit to friends in North Yakiraa and Bickel ton and will be absent for a month. Charles Hawkins and wife, of Spo kan», were visitors at the home of T. .1. Coleman this week and left for home yesterday. Uncle Tom Hendricks, of Cashmere, ppent last Friday and Saturday with friends in this place, returning to his home Sunday last. Jack McDonald was called up to the lake this week to finish up the chim neys and other brick aud stone work on the club house. Mrs. W. A. Lord, of Everett, came in Tuesday to join her husband who has been here the past three weeks at tending to some business. George W. Leeslnger, democratic chairman, was up from Cashmere the first of this week. Presumably looking after his political fences. Carl Christensen, Pat Lillis and a number of other Wenatchee people whose names we did not learn wore visitors to our town this week. Mrs. Nannie F.dmouds left yesterday morning for her home in Bremerton, Wash., after spending some three here visiting relatives and friends. We read in a late Kalispell, Mont., paper that Mrs. Frank Sutton has ar rived in that city and has had several parties given in her honor by friends. Mrs. Meacham, who has been sick with the typhoid fever is improving. The little Posey boy *ho was reported last week as very low with typhoid is also improving. Dave Gould came from the lake one day last week. He tel s us that the club house on which he has worked for the past three months is about comple ted. The most popular holstery in Wenat ohee, where everybody stops that you want to meet, is the Elberia. The rate is no higher than any other good Hotel. Miss Mamie Hathaway, who has spent the past month with the family of her father, J. B. Hathaway, loft for Los Angeles, Gala., last Wednesday morning. Mrs. E. A. Leopold gave a six o'clock dinner on Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Frank Sulton who is Mrs. Marsden's guest. Covers were laid for six.—Kal ispell Bee. Otto Lorenzen and family left this raoruing for Dubuque, lowa, their old home. For the past summer Mr. Lor «>nzen has been employed at the Lamb- Davis mill. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Marsden and their guest Mrs. Frank Sutlon have re turned from Swan Lake after a most delightful huuting and lishing trip.— Kalispell Bee. William Doyle, the man who liad his foot amputated recently in the Leaven worth Hospital was this week discharg ed. He was pronounced well both in body and mind. John Balina, a ragch owner on Na son Creek was down this week and paid his repects to the Echo. He says sev eral people have settled in that section the past summer. The family of J. G. Debord is cele brating the arrival of twins at their house since last Wednesday. Both gills. Seven and three-quarter and eight and a half pounds. Mother and twins doiug finely The members of the Busy Bees will give a box social at the Congregational church Friday, Sepe. 80. The boxes wi;i be well filled and sold at the little price of SO cents. They hoi>e there will be as many boys and twenty cents as there are boxes. Games and lunch eating will be the pastime of tho even ing. All are cordially invited, ' LEAVENWORTH ECHO. Tom "■lour. Hurt In the ."Hill. Tom Moore, an employee of the mill received a severe and painful hurt last momlay by the bursting "f an emery wheel. A fragment of the wheel struck him in the face, tearing away almost one entire side. Eleven stitches were taken to reduce the skin to its proper place. In the absence of Dr. McCoy, the company physician, who was in Wenatchee, Dr. Shore was called in and dressed the injured man. He is in the hospital and at last accounts was doing as well as could be expected. A Chance In the Public N< ln.ol Tlie school directors of this precinct had contracted for the seaviee.s of C. E. Greene as principal, ami lie opened iind taught the school for two weeks. Last week he notilied tho director* that he was compelled to resign and asked the board to secure another man. The reasons Mr. Greene gave were not alto gether satisfactory, but the board thought best to get a new man rather than keep one who was trying to get away, and consequently employed Paul H. Buck who was recently engagefl in teaching in the public schools of Sky komish and was well recommended. S. C. Waldenberg, the local artist, has lately given an evidence of what lie can <lo in the way of stencil fresco ing in the ceiling and wall decoration of the Adams & 13urke building which he has just completed. Alex McCoy started last Wednesday for his home in Hardin Co., lowa, by way of the Sound. He spent the last three weeks here visiting his brother Del McCoy and his sister Mrs. A. G. Stage of Peshastin. Work was begun this week on the Ralston rooming house on Front street, opposite the depot. It will be two sto ries above the .sidewalk and will have twenty-one rooms. It will also be pro vided with steam heat and all the mod ern conveniences. S. P. Bethel, father of Orvill Bethel, who is well known here, last week moved his family from Cashmere to this place where he intends to make his homo for the future. The family is occupying a place on the north side of the truck. In the late illness of his wife, and later in the death of his baby, Mr. F. F. Hanes was the recipient of much kindness and sympathy From friends, for which he is truly grateful. Eapeci* aly is he thankful to tho ladies of the choir who furnish appropriate song service at the burial of his baby. From a let to • received from Charles Pliseh this week wo learn that he has located in i'alousc, Wash., where he has bought out tho Vienna Bakery. He says lie has a monopoly of the bakery business and is doing very well. The Echo will keep him posted on Leaven worth news. Charles Cooper's Elberta peaches made twenty-two boxes to the tree. He still lias a lot of G "be peaches which he estimated will yield eighteen boxes 10 the tree. At that rate with a hun dred and twenty trees to the acre, one acre will produce 3,100 boxes. —Weuat- cheo Republic. Quite a crowd left yesterday for the Weiiatcliee fair, while there they will also hear CongrMHDUl Jones' speech. Among those who have gone were E. D- Shugart, J. VV. Keller and wife, G. T. Jackson, N. M. and Soren Soreiiscn, John Hill, Mrs. S. IS, Blagg and daugh ter, Mm. Vertner, of Wutervllle, and Mr*. Sanborn. Miss Kitty Sheridan, of fiellinghara. who has been in Leaventrorth for the past six weeks visiting her brother, returned home to attend the high school. Miss Sheridan made many friends while here who regret her de parture. At Hathdrum, Idaho, September 9th. occurred the wedding of b>. L>. Griflith and Mrs. Ella Ewald. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith returned to Wenatclice Monday morning. The Judge being one of the best known men in the county needs no introduction. He will continue the practice of law in this city as hereto fore. Mrs. Griflith lias many acquain tances in Wenatchee. having lived here previous to taking up her resi dence in [daho. —Wenatclieo Republic. The Woman's Twentieth Century Club met Wednesday, September Silt with Mrs. Springer. Meeting opened with the president in the chair. Roll call was answered with quotations from favorite authors. The papers prepared by those on the program showed evi dence of careful study. Mrs. McLuro's magazine review covered several of the leading magazines. Mrs. McPheter's history of Oregon was very Instructive! An original paper by bin, Mayar and it paper on Noted Women of the North west by Mrs. Springer were very inter esting. At the close of the program Mrs. Coltjman assisted by Mrs.Springer' rendered some pleasing ■ music. The next meeting, October Clh, will be with Mr* A. Mcl'betws. ■—— Inclo John Fciirx Trouble Our old friend John Holden has an advertisement iv tha Echo, and know ing the effect of advertising, he is fear ful of the result. He is afraid he will be so overwhelmed with work that he can not attend to it properly. He wants it distinctly understood that he docs not want much more than ho al ready has, and we have agreed if he gets more business than he can attend to, as a result of advertising, to divert the stream of customers into some other channel. The Echo can be equal ly as powerful In keeping customers away from him as in bringing them to him. Having 0006 got tlio stream started his way. if there is no other way, as a last resort we might luggett that he has contracted the bubonic ptagvfe, or tome thing ol the sort. Never mind, Uncle John, if they come too thick wo will manage in some way to relieve you. The linn of Siverly & Morris, en gaged in the livery business at this place has undergone a change, Mr. Siverly has sold his interest toSeth Moii-is, wlio will in the future conduct the business alone. George Siverly came down from Lake Wenatchee this week and he tells us that nearly all the campers and visitors have left that resort as it get ting rather too cold to enjoy outing up In that region at present. Mrs. Charles Heaton, of Spangle, Wash., and Miss Sadie Lewis, of Gales burg, 111., have been visiting with the family of Dr. Iloxsey the past week. They will leave to-day for Spangle ac companied by Mrs. Hoxsey who will be absent for a week. Mrs. E. C. Siverly departed for her home In Yaklma Wednesday morning by way of Clo Elum. She was accom panied by her two sons Hather and Jack. Mr*. Siverly and the boys spent the past month with our fellow towns man Georgo Siverly, her oldest son. The last two weeks of her stay was spent up at Lake Wenatchee. Two engineers who formerly lived here and are well known, but who now reside in Hilhard, are reported us the victims of a hold-up man in that town last week. Otto Donaldson and L. E. Adams it is said were both held up by the bold bad man. The boys say they must have lost their wad as they have been trying to borrow money since. The had man not only took their money, says the report, but bruised them up a lot. On last Friday morning a track wall er by the name of Alkyro was overtak en by the east bound passenger train in in a cut near Chiwaukum. He tried to get out of tbe way by crawling up the embankment and fell backwards, his bead striking a step, producing aioalp wound which, however was not serious, but begot his left band on the rail and had the first, second and third fingers cut oft. Dr. Honey Wai called from this plaou and dressed the wounds. Alkyre is reported as getting on all rifrht. Quito a number of the railroad men have availed themselves the past week of an opportunity to study and Investi gate tbe air brake system in use on tbe railroad. A Great Northern istruction car has been side tracked here for four or live dujs the past week in charge of an expert who each clay gave ii practi cal explanation of the system. The car whs fitted up to show the workings and use of every part connected with air brakes. No doubt tbe instruction will do tbe railroad men much good. On September :2nd we received a let ter from our correspondent at Chi waukum. too late for the first issue in the mouth, anil we Intended to use it for the issue of the Oth, but in some way tbe letter was misplaced and not found until it was altogether too lute 10 be used. Wo trust our Chiu'aiikum correspondent will overlook tbe omis sion and continue to furnish us with the news from that point, promising to take better care of her copy in the future. A Hirlluluv Snrprlne One of Die most delightful surprise parties of the season was given nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Phalan last Saturday night. The affair was gotten up In honor of Mr. Phelan's for ty-liflh birthday. Each guest brought a handsome present, many of which were costly. Singing, recl'atlons, story telling and dancing made the time put pleasantly. At the hour of midnight a splendid supper was served Mich us the hostess is famous for. A picture of the guests and beautifully decorated table loaded with tho choicest viands of the Unun was taken by Mrs. UolUford, tho guests being grouped about ■■ the host at.d hostess. After supper the ■guests bid the family good night wish ing Mr. I'holan many happy returns of the day... Those present were: Mr. anil Mrs. A. M l'hclan, Mr. and Mrs. J. -M. Beginning To-Day Two hundred slightly soiled dress and negligee shirts * Will all go for 25 cents each • Regular price $1.00 to $1.25 ; This is a snap. ' Sizes 14 1-2 to 17. It • will pay you to investigate this, as the *, . Shirts will not last long at this price. ♦ • i Shoes at Reduced Prices .i • i ■ . • . * ■ -"■ ■*■*-.'■* Also a miscellaneous lot of men's • and boys' shoes at greatly reduced ".: prices, : : ..-,. : : : ■'.-.1 ..: ;. ■ ■ , * -. ■ Bliss Brothers Leavenworth, - Wash. . j FALL MILLINERY OPENING ■hi |, ,-..„ '. .-i-iii-ih ii-n*Mim Tuesday and Wednesday, September 27th and 28th, . ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN EASTERN PATTERN HATS | - "A cordial invitation extended to tho ladies of -1 Leavenworth and vicinity to v attended the opening. ," Respectfully,' . MRS. J. M. BEAMISH. , » . ". ■ ' ■ ". J ■ii iii iwm i i'iumwi """ffrr*^ ™™^™"™™™*" ~~*~~—.—— Commercial Livery and Feed Stable :...a- First .Class Outf it— ——. "j c ; New Buggies, Hacks and Fresh Horses /■ Special Attention Given to R Drivers Furnished' That. Fishing, Hunting and 1 X T , o Count r £;- Tourist Parties |j J All Kinds of Grain for Sale Horses Boarded Reasonably SETH MORRIS, Proprietor. Leavenworth, -. - • • - ■Washington.^ liottsford.Mr. and Mrs. ,1. M. Beamish, Mi-, ami Mrs. J. F. Goerger, Mr. and Mis. W. C. Pendleton Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oilman, Mrs. L. W. Bloom, Misses Bertha l'helan, Uose Goerger and Lillian Colman, Messrs. L. H. Laden, Thomas Collins, George Botts ford, R. Johnston, A. Sheridan, James Buchanan, John W. Laden. Alfred Vallely and Muster Harold Colman. The Ladies Guild will meet with Mrs. J. M. Bottsford next Thursday afternoon. Mr. Bloom and son nro expected to arrive from Minnesota the last of Ibis week. BLEWETT HAPPENINGS Our school was out iast Friday. MiM Nina Rtohardioo and tbe school children gave an entertainment Friday night. It consisted of speaking, Bfag log and music. After the SntertHln mi'iit ii lunoh «as served by the ladiei iif the carap-and all had a pleasant time. Winnie King oame from Bllenibnrg Saturday to visit wlih hi> mother, Mr*. J. Griffin. Johnnie BurmaUter i-< over at Moun tain Home helping Mr. Mai-*hall bail hay. ild MOM M*etMUßHt work on a miniiijj ' ( lharldi Oibbs was up from l'cr-liaslin Sunday with a load of fruit. Charley has the finest peaches that have been brought Into oamp U>i* Binnmer and his prices were reosonble. There was a very pleasant party at the home "f Mr. and Mr;-. R«sbu'rg Monday night in honor of Mr. Res; burg'l 88th birthday. rive room furnished boiwe for rent. Icqniru 0! Mrs. S. A. Springer. - PLACARDS For sale at this office, printed on • heavy cardboard, Bxlo inches, in large typo ' ■'■ • FOR SALE FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS Hutlih! IC.til--.! HutliK! Tlig bath rooms in the rear of Uicßoh Dye barber shop will bo open from 8 to 112 every Sunday morning. . ■■ (27tf): •' Ask for Royal Ci'iieUers at Merc. Co. Those iplco'n|Jtl ai'o delicious, at tho Merc. Co. Try those Iviny lii'us. ouke« al M"re Co. Wunlotl , v A girl or an elderly lady !'.;,,&>• to. Chiwaukum us a companion and in 1:1k.) care of a small child during tho day vvbile mother is teaching school. (Jhl] j at this otlico for particular!'. - •.. .'Jlu | BaßC* lor Salr A good secoiu hand range for sale ni a reasonable prloae. Call on; i;. i* Jones at the depot after 7 o'clock p. 111. FOX A UAUGAIN in a ! house "ami lot in tin now I'Kiin addition, cttit on J. J. Kin-,'. . . (.Mil) Now is the time to got yonr 15 hi let, • poars and Crawford |ii'aohc.s. I'euUlo lon boa tlie ■ very finest. ■I'itia I'or Suli< A few pood liei'lisliilo pigs for. sale. 11. Halston. > C»Jtf) Go around and- look at I'l'inlletons display of fruits :iinl vcpetiililea. llu Yon \Vunt v llllUlßln 1.111 ' Choice residence) lots in First Ad dition, on reasonable terms. Inquire of N. M. Sui'ciis'jn, J.i'~i-l.itni|iV store, llj C:iiilaloii|»s ut your own price ai-