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L. LArlB. Prefldent. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. H. HADLBY, Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON. Capital - - $25,000.00 W« afford depositors a plnce of safety for their money, nml extend to II our patron* every accommodation within the range of prmient bulking, In our SavliißH Department wo receive deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we pnj three per cent Interest, compounded ■emt-unnuully. No mutter how xmnll your deposit, ire. will take It utitl unto guard it for you. Money to Loan Upon Approved Security. F F SPRAGUE E< F- Sprague c# "■ araham H- A- Orohain I 111 E. F. Sprape Co. Undertakers Wholesaler* mid Itclnllrr* <>■ and > Elmers FINE FURNITURE Undertakers' Supplies . FLORA E. CHASE '-'"""■'"" WEN-VIV" WASHINGTON The "BRICK" Saloon OPPOSITE THE DEPOT Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection BURKE & CO. - = Proprietors Y ~ I Paint the Earth \xr a kit Graining and Paper Hanging a Bpe , WAIN 1 cialty. Frescoing if desired Leave Cir'IVJCV orders at Dr. Shore's Drug Store. iwwTEEivi , S. C WALDENBERG C Iff 11 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER EMIL - —— Fresh and Cured Meats FRANK — *■ *»•■*"»■ A * **• Motto: Not how cheap, but oh ! How Good. The r __, _, Old Reliable LEAVENWORTH, wash. John Tholik John Smitd Hueklen'x Arnica Sale iiioi.i-. & smith, H as world-wide fame for marvelous pkopbietobs • cures. It surpasses any other snlve,lo- The d~~* lion ' ointment or biilra for cuts, corns, _"A— I iftlll burns, boils, sores, felons, uloert.tetter, ■V-»^*'**m gait rheum,"fever sores', chapped hands, Bonded Whiskeys and Brandies. skin eruptions; Infallible lor piles. Cure Imported .. Wines .. and .. Qigfars £™ ILUd- Only Mc at Uty Drug lrftffi ;'-I^Hh/^»*P-: ''■■'■■' ■'■' '■■"':^^^M« Bmtr jfs^WSIH ■/ fifes iblbsW,. ' - ' ""'A^^r JHBbP /^===- -ir?V)l f ; BCATJB NEW PCOCES* VCX~S^/ BRAND NEW RECORD& CoSumbca €o!d-Mou.dcd I Cy?^der Record* ...yipfarm i::... [ VOLUME ~"1 I DUaAS:LI7V | | QUALITY ~| 0) Columbia Disc Records (o ( ABSOLUTE PEOTCCTGON OF SOUND EC?SJO3DCTION )) I \\ au. r:c owenmsft. yolv**i anb c:*tin or ((^ U) . . . K!EOc:c'nai i:END:iri-N ... V^- I 7-lncb, COc ceo.') lO4oCbi 01 ccc:i Crasd Opera Records 55 per t!o=cn. 010 per dozen ' $2 each Columbia r.ccor:os tit ALL TALKING MACKSNI3 for Sale by Dealer* Everywhere and by COLUWBBA B>nONOORAPII COMPANY, <*.*, Pioneers «nd Leaders In tbe Talking Machine Art Grand Prize, Paris, 1 900 , 120 Seventh Street, PORTLAND, ORE. )\ V -^ LEAVENWORTH ECHO. Clliirrh Serviced. COaOMOATtOMAIi Vornlni! servU-e every Suiuluy at in; i:.: siiciiliiy iohool at It OO: *"<"'>< » "-■**•»*»■■■'s^aywßtor? 0 Prnyer moettna every Thursday ev':"'"''-, f „ l.u.l'i. Uulld mauls ovury Tliun>duy utter noun. CATiioi.il--s-rviiT-i at the. Catholic church every fuurlh Sunday in Hi" month; m»»ii hi 7:* i a m ; snh.uiy ni'hool at I p D.i vespers l:*)p. ni. ; low miiM lollowlnj lnonilny. ].-:.illr r it. Colin. Piwtor. COI'IIT IIOIISIS NEWS The following transcript oftiiebn»l« nosa transacted In the Court House for the pail week is furnished thl< papajr by John A. Oellatly, Wenntciliei', the :il)-ll;iclcr, whoso buslnoss advertiser mi'ut will be round la another lolumii. lii-ni Batata Innilkn Vs to manor Milling Co mmm ;; claim on Negro < Irw Mmiv Ralston to Goo McLean, lot l(i iilk 7 Ralston'« mid Leav. . 1 Oeo McLean to Mrs I) A Mor«o lot Hi blk 7 Ralston'a- add Leav.. 47.'i M S Peters to .lasWakefleld lot 15 in & el., lot 47 IS SuiillJ.lopo Farms Wen 100° X I! Cro/.iur to 'I II MoOoujfb i., 9l i, ni ', soU Ben 88 23 20.... 00 i; s Taylor to Til lie li Kau|>ish pt lot 1 blk 1 Ccii add Wen 300 \v i: Sharp to I) X MoMlllen It 87 94 Sunnyslopo Farms 8400 Okanogan [nvesiment • 'o to VV T Cavanaugb lots 17 It) lit blk 4 Li6(ivon ■* \V T Cavanauirh to L VV Bli.otn lota 17 is in i.ik 4 Leav 8.) (J T Newland to T H Knj,'lish aVbtcVi nwV't sec. '.'1 '-'I 18 10 G M Davis to \V R Wilson lots is 1!) blk 5 lots 13 M blk (i Nob Hill add Wen 400 T S Lund, Cattle & Fruit Co to Jos Murphy lot 1 bl«t 2 I'eplatol west Cnsbmero 870 \v M Kirn i.v UK Kinney w!b «i/ 3 si 'i nw% sue 85 24 18 200 A E Downing to A<!;i.\ Stevens lot 18 blk 3J Ut add Leaven 20 Marriage License Alonzo Peter* to lowa D Clark .1 C I'o.ibe to Kate O MoMlilen Court Note* 1! L Sabln vs C DJarohow ami Frank Johnson, co-parmei's a^ Jai*ohow & Johnson, and Alfred Johnson ami Ewen Mrl'lii'i'son. Action to secure judgment on promlnory note. IS GEO. TURNER SINCERE? (Continued from first page). told us that the Turner forces were in complete control of of the county con vention, anil in making this statement it was truthful for once In its career, strange us that may seem. Senator Turner suggested from the stump that if he is elected governor, with a democratic legislature, his wl I give the state a. commision bill. He controlled the convention of Spokane county, and if vlil* was his honest in tention why did he not avail himself of the valuable cervices and legislative experience of Warren W. Toman. Here Is another matter for Mr. Tur ner to explain on"the stump. Will the Spoktsrnan-IJevlew kindly tell us whether it. approves the irccutmcnt Senator Tolmun has received from the democratic party? When it cornea to rewarding faithful party service, groat is George Turner. — Spokane outburst. Ilurtl Blow At Turner The populist wing of the- democratic! party, at its convention in Seattle yes terday made quick work with Mr, I ur hit's candidacy. Hi! was n solved to be a fraud, politically, and a corrup lioiiinl, leyislativi ly, and a betrayer of thu Bryan democracy to th« Wall street in 11 i-«--.i at the si. Louis eon vent lon, Already home of the local democrats are pooh-poohing the iilT;iir laying that there were present only about, fifty per son-.. That U true and us an indepen dent movement It. Ih not formidable,but lifiy Mich ic|.ie.i ntatlva men as Itlch iii >l Winsor, Georgo F. Cotterlll, L. K. Kadi i 1 and W. I. Runner will carry with them out of tho present capital ihlie, [iliitoci'itlic, *l"iirin-i i/.i'd democrat ic parly tbousandf of th< rank and Die of tint old d. moeraey of IH'.li and 11100. This convention failed to put forward a itste ticket, because, as Mr, Cotterlil explained, the local democracy packed the convention lit a critical point and ilili ali-d thai proposition. liut such jobbery by Turner detnooratauuly adds fuel in ilia (lame, anil tin- result will he many a full democratic vote for Mead and republican ulalit ticket, Instead of a half vole In case It were ciist for an in dependent democratic Klatu ticket, This movement wllin-lukn from five to ten thousand voio< from Turner. That (el low will be defeated by 2,j,(JUO plurality. — Olympian. *■,;;, A Il<>}>» Wild Hide lor Life With family around ex pectin [ him to die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles, to gat Dl". King's New Discovery fur sumption, coughs and colds, W. 11. Brown, of Leesville, Indiana, endured dentil's agoulaa from HSthma: but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and boon cured li 111. He writes:' I now sl«a)|l soundly every nluht." Like mar velous cures of consumption, pneu monia, bronchitis, coughs, colds and grips prove its matchle»B merit for all throat and lunsr troubles. Guaranteed bottles .Vie ami $1.00. Trial bottles free at City Drug Store H All kinds Rough and Dressed CUT PRICE 1 Lumber delivered at Leaven- I worth, or at the Mill, less cost of rrrziON hauling. I ITltnrn 1 For Prices Call on or Address, I INViKrK B '' a. lukens, l^UlTll^JUlV a Peshastin, Wash. p f ======ffi SOME Splendid Values In Shoes Hats and Underwear P. H. GRAHAM & CO Daily Papers, Books, Periodicals, Fruits, Candies and Nuts The Best and Cheapest Fishing Tackle Pool Room with Soft Drinks on the Side GKO. BLOCKSEDGE t. _ j_i_mj__fmaa»»awr nrM"MiJ*"n~ijr Jr TONGUES HARD and WOOD REACHES " " Two by eight .six teen feet long. A \\r a ri\\l lot f(t oak ' hickory WAuUIN and ash 2 inches thick and fiom 5 to 1(5 inches in width. TIMBER r ,, J- B- "»*"» Call on M. G. Thomas to see timber. Tickets To and from all Points East VI Great Northern R'y Short Line To St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago and points east 2 FAST TRAINS <% DAILY *< New Equipment Throughout Day Coaches and Tourist Sleepers, Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Cars Trains Leave Leavenworlh Daily us follows: West—No — The Flyer 1:55 p. m. Went— No 3- Puift Souiiu ibXiireiu.il :B0 am. Kil-t—Mo. *— i D 8 Fiver i:4 ill m Kiist -No. 4-Kastern Kxprus* 2:b3p. m. Special Excursion rates toChicago.St.Louis and all eastern cities For tickets, Rate*, Polder*, and Full Information call on or address I*. M. Lonir. A"cnt, T.envpnwnrth. Wash, or s G. Yerkea, G W. 1* A. 819 First Avenue, Seattle. Wn«h. I Pianos—s(24.Ts Up I Organs— up Sewing HachJnes—*;/;^ Stoves and Ranges— &° Hoiischeld FGrnifcro— i Of all kinds at CO oents up | Iron and Steel Safes. Typewriters arid OttlM Furniture From $3.90 up. Music&iphones and HSie&lz EOXQS From 33 cento up. Credit Does Mora For You With Us Than Cash Can Possibly Da For You Elsewhere. j We aro tho lament manufacturers on earth, have unlimited cuplial and sell direct from the workshop to the flrcHldo : on EASY CRUDIT PAYMENTS to honorable people in all parts of tlie 1 world. No other manufacturer will let you use tho goods for yours while xloxly ■'. paylnir for them. For full Infuriiutui mil Frc« Citalofoet. addreu l).<i>l. 681 THE ENGLEWOOD CO. '■ .' t;,,ii .lHmt«l >'a<-n.tU> H-«»r*l UflWl 61.08 ltuuaolj.li HU, CbloKc«i lit. I. 8. A. A. A. THOLIN Post Office Book and News Store , FISHING TACKLE —AND - CigarsandTobacco ;. „ Leavenworth, Wash. Wilbur Walker Wra Bullock The LOBBY Just across from the Depot PURE WINES and LIQUORS GOOD CIGARS and COURTEOUS TREATMENT Board and Room | $4.50 to $6. at Lamb-Davis Lumber Company's Boarding House, near mill. MRS. G. C. MOORE, Manager. i" Notice ol Dissolution , To whom it may concern:— The co-partnership heretofore ex isting between Charles Pliseh and Sam uel D. BUM under the firm mime of I'iUch & Bliss, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. . - The business will be continued by Samuel I). Bliss and Horace 15. BUM under tbn firm name of Bliss Brothers. Bliss Brothers assume nil indebted* ness of tin. firm of PlUch & Blis«nnd all accounts will be 1 presented to them for payment. All outstanding . accounts and all money now due or to become due.nwinir to Plisch & Bliss, will be paid to Bliss Brothers. Signed this 20th day of August, A.O. 1904. Samuel 1). Bliss (33x4) Charles PlUchi l'liuil Proof Notice Waterville. Wash . Aug. 4, 1004. NoMce Is hereby uiveu that the foHo*lnir named settler has filed notice of his Intention to n like final prmir in support of his cltiirn, and thnt said proof will be made before J. K. Shore. U. S Commissioner nt hi* ofnVe at i-ouv enworth, Wash . on Octobers, lUOI viz: David S. Gould, who marie homestead entry No. lMn for the n).;, in 1,. »ej( nwj< aiid ne>4 bwJi six -'8. twpSl i., ranee 18 r. w m. lit: names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: diaries \V. Ulbbs. Saiuuil I" HeeobT Henry A Smith, and Charles 11. Wright, all of Pe»hßßtin, Wash. M. II MALLOY. Bnirltter, First publication Aug. 14, lust Sept. 10. Timber Lund Notice United States Lund Office. • ■ Waterville, Wai-h.. July 07. 1904, Notice is hereby given 1 hut in compliance with the provisions of the act of OilllßriM* of .lune.'t. ]H;h, cniuled "An net for the mle of timber binds In the states of CnlirornlH.firpiron, Nevada and Washington Territory" us ex lei d • d to all the public laud stales by act of August *, MVB. Chns. W Dickinson. of Spokane, county of Spokane, slate of Wash myion. Ims this day Hied In (liln office hi* nwor*i statement No 474 for the purchase of the s>.; ii' '-4- */4 i'wV 4 . n(^4 sw^4 sec as. iwp 80 n.rangtt 18 r. iii.ii Mill offer proof 10 show that the Ihikl HOUKhI Is more valualile for Its tlmner or 8ton« than for HKriVultural purposes, and to eHluhllnh ins claim to laid land before J. B. Shore. U. S. n ■mtnlssloni'r, at his nftloe at, r.eavenworlh, Wash.. 'I hur.s my the tilth day of Oct. 1«U. Hh iiatms as wlmcHHca: i;hiirles Cromw<>ll, .T"hn Cairipl» 11, ('has K. Northuo and James M. Tovniaid. of l.eavtnwurth, Washington Any and all persons I'laiininc adversely the ahoTH it'Niribrd liuitls are n quesieil to 111' 1 th»-ir claims in tuts office on or before said 20th day otOotober 11101. . .M. I». MAI.I.OV, rtegNter. First publication, August 0. lust October 7 Timber Lund Notice UiilHd Slit P8 I.and Office WaU ivi.lc Wash.. July *7. 1901 Notice Is hereby if viii that in compllancn with the in-,,visions fif the ait of congrpss ( f June .1. IBrti entitled An ait for fun salt- of Urn. h.r luiuiH In the Mates of Calif rnia. Oregon. N'ovuiia and Washii ulnn territory, us exu-n<ie<l to a 1 the ;iuli.ic laud st.iti s by ucl of August 4. IMC. James D. Morrison. rf I.cavenworlh. county of I'hclan. f-tate of Wtishinuton, his this das filed in thin office his mviirii htiitriui nt nun lirr int. fur the purcliiii-u of Hie >c (i of section No SJ3, In township N'iyti ii. range No is 8. and win offi-r proof t> hliow that the land f*onyht Is more valuable for its timber or stun* than for agricultural 1 nr poseK. and to ostat II- h his claim to Bind taint before J B. Snore, tl B c'nimis-lon.r at bin office In Leavenwnrth. Wash .on Thursday, the) auth day of October, 1004 He names iih «i.'i.r'»>. es: .l.iliu B.Cahlll, Frederic* 1.. Brenner, Irml O. Varnev and William W. llurijess. of Liuveu worth, WitKh. • • ■ Any and ail persons clnlmlnff adversely the nliovo described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before nnlil yuih da» Of October P.m. M. 11. MALLOY. Register 1 Pint yubMcuilou Auk I'JII. |ni, Oct. T "0+