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L. LAnB. 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 all our patrons every accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Savings Department wo receive deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we pay three per cent Interest, compounded semt-annually. No matter how small your deposit, we will take It and safe guard it for you. Money to Loan Upon Approved Security. f GOOD PLUMBING *! « Is one of the most important features about a 9 % house and should receive careful attention at the % 4l hands of the owner in selecting good fixtures and » * material and to see that the work is done in a % « a proper sanitary manner. : : :* : * 1 NO CHARGES FOR ESTI- I I MATES OR ADVICE I I Wenatchee Hardware Co. I i A. F. ANDERSON, Mgr. C % Wenatchee, - »-};• Washington The "BRICK" Saloon OPPOSITE THE DEPOT Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection BURKE & CO. - - Proprietors L Lamb. C. R. Lamb. V.-Pres. G. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Tress. & Mur Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leuvenwortb, Wash Lamb-Davis Lumber Co MANUFACTURERS OP WESTERN WHITE PINE LUMBER Dealers in all kinds of building material. Leavenworth, - ,-j - Washington /Z ifT-r-)] [ BRAND NEW PROCESS V^^/ "»AND NIW KCOBD& CoSumbca Csold-Mouldecl Cylmder Record* 1N... I VOLUME "~1 | DiJKACaa-tTY I I QUALITY "| 0) Columbia Disc Record* <o (C ABSOLUTE PtBrCCTION OP SOUND KPRODUCTION )) \\ ALL TEK OWKTNtSa, VOLD^t AND KAUTY Or ((J \JJ ... TH: OCIOINAI. LCSDCTCON ... V_^ T-lncb, COc ooc:j i 0-Inch, $ I ccc'.t Grand Opera Record* $8 per dozen 0 1 0 per dozen 03 each COLUMBIA RCCOOB> F!T ALL TALKING MACK!NC& For Sale by Dealers Everywhere and Li; COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH COMPANY, <*.-i, Pioneers and Leaders in the Talking Machine Art Grand Prize, Paris, 1900 128 Seventh Street, PORTLAND, ORE. J - LEAVENWORTH ECHO. <imr<h Service*. COHOREaATiONAi^MornIng service every Sunday at 10:45; Sunday school at IS 00: young peoples service 7:00 p. m.; evening service H:UO Pastor. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Ladies Guild lueeta every Thursday after noon. Catholic— Services at the Catholic church every fourth Sunday in the month; mass at 7:81) a. m ; Sunday school at 3 p. m.; vespers 1:10 p. in.: low mass (ollowtnir monday. Father 11. Colin. Pastor. COURT mil si: NEWS The following transcript of the busi ness transacted in the Court House for the past week is furnished this paper by John A. Gellatly, Wenatchec, the abstractor, whoso business advertise ment will be found in another column. Itcul IXato Transfer* E L Boyd to Mary J Boyd lot 20 blk 7 Chelan 100 Jane Gehr et si to J F Gamble ny a It 8&It 7 blk 5 Nob Hill add Wen 450 A E Paul to Seth Morris n>£ nVa nVa neVi swU sec 721 21 50 H J Scott to E O Scott Ya int in it 26 27 blk 29 G N P Wen 1 D Wen Dcv Co to W P Wells lots 5&7 blk 7 N P Wen 170 nMrs Jennie Hartley to A 8 Bur bank It (> blk 2 Stewards add Cash 125 J F Tend a to Emma S Keith lot 3 4 blk D G N P Wen 1300 DM L Freedman to E D Norlhtip Vi int in Northup irrigating ditch in neVi sec 81 26 18 1 Chas Fre.vtag to D Northup ptseeO 2318 25 EG W Blair to A A Strong lot 1 to 12 IflO blk" Powell's add Wen. 110 W S Ohr to Ellis-Foide Co lot 24 blk 11 G NP Wen 1500 FG Matthews to Lamb-Davis Lmbr Co lot 8 blk 3 Ralston"s add Leav 1 FG Matthews to P M Luuh mund lot i) blk 3 Kalston's add Leavenworth 1 A A Mnrdock to P V StoftVl t>Ya lot 6 blk 53 re-plt Ist add Wen.. . 400 JTlarrlase Llccime George A Blocksedgo to Emma A Anderson Cave Full or Skeletons Prominent among the many land marks in West Virginia is what is known far and near as the Bandit's cave, situated in a desolate spot in the mountains of Randolph county. This was onco the abode of the iieroest band of outlaws that ever infested the south ern states. The history of the place is wellknown to the inhabitants of the neighborhood, but. it was not fully explored until re cently, when several men wl o had no faith in the wild stories circulated, jut into it. Surrounding the cave, which begins with a hole probably ~0 feet in diame ter, were discovered many traces of life Several rusty knives and flint-lock car bines were strewn about the entrance, besides long metal pipes, chains, cop per vessels of various shapes and other implements suggestive of the wildlife of those who once inhabited the cave. On entering, which they did by means of a cable ladder, the explorers found themselves in a long hall which led to different crompartments. It was decided to send two men of the party to follow each passage and make what discoveries they could; and it was agreed to meet iit the eni iitioe after exploration. Tin-) reason d that the cave extended for several lill lirVtl Ret in over) direction. l lien came startling discoveries. -keleions of human be n>rt were fund, some in the position tli'y occupied when death claimed their souls. Un some of the withered frames hung bits of clothing not jet rottfd from them or turn away by wild boasie, evidence of which was discovered by their bleach ny; skeletons, piled one upon another. Broke Into Ilia House S. [A'Quinn, of Cavendish, Vt., was rubbed of his customary In-nlth In in vasion of chronic constipation. When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into his hou-e, his tr übie was iirrested ana now hn's entirely cured. They i guar ante d to euro. !ioe at City Drug Store. '1 hi; at.cienl Creole grandmothers of New Orleans had this infallible remedy for a cough: To 10 cents worth of pure honey add on ■ teas]).)onful of hartshorn (not ammonia )and the juice of two lem ons. Drink a wmoglassful three times a day, and take also a small sip when ever the tickling sensation in the throat begins.—New Orleans Picayune. Illinois has for years held the record in railway mileage, but Texas, which is overwhelming the other states in vari ous lines', has now pas.-ej it and has 11,663 miles of railroad to her credit. This is more than most of the countries of the old world hive. Save* Two From Deatu "Our lilt daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. llavi land, of Armoiik, N. V., ''but when all other remedies failed, we saved her life with Dr. King's Now Discovery. Our niece, who hid consumption in an ail- I vanced stag' 1, also used this wonderful medicine and to-day she is perfectly well." Desperate throat and lung dis eases yield to Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth. In- 1 fallib'e for coighs and colds. 50c and •i.OO bottles guaranteod by City Drug I Store. Trial bottles free. " Commercial Livery and Feed Stable —, A First Class Outfit New Buggies, Hacks and Fresh Horses Special Attention Given to g Drivers Furnished That Fishing, Hunting | Know The Country Tourist Parties fl Know The °°Untry All Kinds of Grain for Sale Horses Boarded Reasonably SETH MORRIS, Proprietor. Leavenworth, ■ ■ • • • Washington. Home Cooking, T OVERLAND Just Like I RESTAURANT Your Mother | Front st f Adjoining Dr. shore's Used tO DO. I JOHN BJORK, Proprietor. j| All kinds Rough and Dressed CUT PRICE H Lumber delivered at Leaven- ; H worth, or at the Mill, less cost of * ■ OIN H hauling. w -jr TB*Y% T* f\ N For Prices Call on or Address, ; I IIMRrR I F.A. LUKENS, L^UlTll/Lfll Peshastin, Wash. Six Double Cakes A. A. THOLIN Prairie Belle Soap For 35 Cents Post Office Book and News -^/n^^n^v~wvs~%~ • Store See the Bread FISHING TACKLE Knife Offer. FISHING TACKLE LEAVENWORTH DRUG STORE \ n , AND — - LEAVENWORTH DRUG STORE - fc gSJ^aCT3CTz^vi.Tx.-mag> a tigarsand i obacco TONGUES ~~ ii i rxrv < Leavenworth, Wash. j HARD and i i i wood REACHES i EwoidenbergJ wuuu two b y eight s ix S. C. Woldenberg, teen feet long. A __________^.^i. WAGON £Si °Lr2 lIISZ Graining and Paper thick and from 5 to Hanging a specialty 16 inches in width. B fe .- . J TIMBER J> B ' Hathwa Frescoing if desired ..Gallon , House and Sign M. G. Thomas to see * timber. Painting The LOBBY —-— ■■■■^■mb™ Leavenworth, Wash. Just across from the pot I 1 PURE WINES and LIQUORS fnr»r» I M' AT?<3 John Tlllil.lN JOHN Smith COOD ( IGAKS thomh * SMITH, and I'HupniKToKs COUUTEOUS TREATMENT The tf^pk«-|-a , u%m Bonded WlliHka-.VN and Iti ,nill< -. Tickets Imported .. Wines .. and .. Cigars To and from all Timber Land Notice United Suites Land Offle.e. Watervlllf, Wash.. July*?.l9o4, Dr\i J. c Cocf Notice, Is hereby «lven itml In compliance rUlulo L<c*sL nun the. provliiloni of the act of ctiitrra. of .Inne:!. IK,(i. mulled "An net for Hie mle of Umber Innrin In th« states of California, Oregon. VIA — l\Yviul;i iuni MTtMbtngton Territory" uh extent • d to nil the public .Mini stales by act of August s, I-!.-;. _ imi 14 — . Chns. W Dickinson. f.M/\OT \l/\«T'rt t\t**\ 1/17 of SpoUinc. county of Spokane, Mate of Wash lirCnl llirLllCl II X V wtmi. ihisiiiiv lile.i in this office Ms sworn V»l Wl»l- * '**» t.«i»*» mi my j stHtementNo 474 for the purcbHxe of the m) 4 n«'!^. st 4 i.w}.i ■)£ sw)i sec 82. twp 36 n. range _. , | . ~j« 18 »-. find will offer proof to show that the lumi • OllOrt Lin© I O nought in more valuable for Its timber or storm than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before J. E. Shore, U. 8. St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago ft^ffi^VCS offtßT"* 1 ami points east Heiiamesa* witnesses: Ohnrles Cromwell, J'<nn (Jumiitoll. Clins. K. Northnn and J»mea M. Tuwnsoi.d, of LaaTcDWOrtfa, Washington. ___ ~,~ .... Any ami all pernons claiming adversely the 2C ACT TD A l^\ /*s» BhovßOewribed lands are requested to Hie their 1 J\J I IK.'YII"<3 IS claims In li.i- "tike on or before said 2Utb ii»y _ ..... J' olOctober 1801. I) A II V *<-* M' " MAT.LOY, Rcgliter. !/.\l'.l «^m First publication, August 5, last October." _, . , _ Timber Laud \<>tlr<- New Equipmsnt Throughout Day Un)ted staes Land offlc Coaches and Tourist Sleepers, Dining Watervtiie, w»sh.. July iff. 1004 a n mm j. n i . ■ iw-.. ./•... Notice Is hereby K'ven that in compliance i and Buifet Smok.ng Library Cars wltl , provisions of the act of congress of June 3, 1878. entitled An art for /be Hale of Mm ■ ,„ . * T ... ,1. n.110i.1 tier lands In the states of California, Oregon, Trains Leave Leavenworth Daily as NeV a.la and WasblDgton territory. a» extende.l follows: '" il ll llK' pub-'° '■'ad states by net of August *> James D. Morrison. W>Bt— No —The Flyer l :.■>•> p. m. rf Le a venworth. county of Cbelan. Mate of West-No 3 - l'ui-et Soiii... K,xi<n)M.V:BU a in. Washinitton. bus this day filed In this office his Ka«t—No. a— 1 lie Fiver , „"* '"' sworn statement number 4B», for the purchase Kul -No. 4-Eusiein Kx.aut,.- 2.58 p.m. r , he He j^ o , seotlon No US, In township N'ir'.ii n. ruiiKO No It c. and will offer proof to _ . . _ > ■ show that the land sought Is more VHlQiible for Special Excursion rates lUUmb*ror »v>ae thunfor agricultural r>ur toChjcago.St. Louis and poses, and to establtth his claim to aitid land toChicaero.St.Louis and fo-io™j k. shore, v « cnromusioner. » m-. uwv"' , = ' ... office in Leavenworth. Wash, on Thursday, lhe all eaStern CltieS - auih day of October, il»4. He as wli ness uu i,uji.vi «s: John U. <'uhlll. Frederick 1.. Brender, Irud BHSJW .".-'■" , ,_, C. Varnev and William W. Uurgeas, of Leaven- For ticket!, Hate*, Folders, and Full worth, Wash. 1 , , . ii a Any and ail persons claiming adversely the 111 -mallo 1 call On or .'tailless nbove described lands are requested to filet heir I' M I out' A-rnt I.Bavfnworth. Wash, or cluimnfn thi* office on or before shlil 'Juib dat *' ™a.Yerfce«,a \V. P. A. of October 1001. M. I!. M AI.LOV. n^gi»ier ill I.' First Avenue, Seattle, Wash. First i<ubiivation -vut', 0 Wit, last, Oct. 1 '(A