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Arrival and departure of trains, West Bound: I East Bound: No. 1 ' ' No 4 Ar 180 ox Dpls lißWAr!B«w Depts 3 33 M No. 8 No. 3 At Hut Dpts SSOm Ar 1 3.> »M Depts 140 Ml Blen~ett and Lrti run urib Stase> Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at "m. Leaves Learenwortb every Tuesday. Thurs day and Saturday at Ba*. Carrie* paß^pngers and express. H. S. IRWIN, Prop. Stage Line. Town and County J. M. Duffy was up from Wenatchee one day this week. Hon. Frank Reeves spent a half hour in town Wednesday between trains. Mr. O. E. Swartz wriu>s the Echo that he has decide to locate in Belling ham. He says it is a lively city. Ed Ferguson came up from Wenat cbee Wednesday to put a furnace in Mrs. H. A. Anderson's rooming house. County Chairman Lessinger was here again this week. Leavenworth must be somewhat of a democratic storm center. The members of the Twentieth Cen tury club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Mayar. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. McPheters on Nov. 2nd. 1 P. H. Tomlinson writes that he has decided to remain in Ellensburg for a while. Both he and Mr. Smith have secured work there, and will perhaps remain all winter. Mrs. Ellen Hoi ton, of Mount Vernon, who has been visiting with her son and daughter, S. H. Snook and Mrs. H. H. Dean, for the past three weeks, returned to her home Tuesday. The Leavenworth Mercantile Co. has graded the street between its store and Dr. Shore's drug store. They will also build a substantial sidewalk along the entire length of the Itore. Quite a number of the nominees on the county democratic ticket came up from Wenatchee last Saturday to take in the speaking. Among those we met were O. W. Ernest, for auditor; R. P. Webb, for sheriff: W. O. Parr, for county attorney and Hector Patterson, for treasurer. C. C. King, democratic nominee for county clerk, R. P. Webb, nominee of the same party for sheriff and Hector Patterson of Cashmere for treasurer all paid their respects to the Echo office Wednesday. They were all in food spirits and very confident of democrat ic success. Mrs. L. P. Durand was the hostess at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home last Tuesday.ana a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Covers were laid for twelv*. The gwsts were: Mcsdames King-, Nelson, McCoy, Walker, Bliss, Wall, McGregor, Speueer, Springer, Carr and Mayar. Among the callers on the Echo this week were Mr. Wood of the Wenat choe Republic and Prof, .lames H. Me- Gohan, of Wenatch^e. Prof. McGohan is the democratic nominee for county superintendent of public schools, and a very pk-asaot gentleman to meet, and. we believe, well qualified for the posi lion he geeks. A citizen who lives in the eastern part of town tells us that someone has been making raw's on his clothes line. He said that if the party who made the raid had come to him he would have given him some clotting. The moral to this story is: Don't leave your c'othes out all night. They may l>e stolen. Teddy and Tom Moore went to Spo kane last Saturday and returned Mon day. They went to consult an eye specialist in regard to Tom's eye. He received sin it jury to bis eye by the bursting of an emery wheel in the mill some two weeks ago. The Doctor says eye can not be saved. That Mr. Moore will lose the sight of one eye. Mrs. M. C. Humphrey returned last Monday night from Spokane where she was called two weeks ago to the bed side of her only brother who died in Spokane on the lOtli of this month and was bnried ihere on tne 1 lth. Just tix months ago, lacking a few days, she was called there by t lie sickness ami burial of her father, who left two wid owed daughters besides Mrs. Hum phrey and a brother. Mrs. Hum phrsj's mother will take up her resi dence here. The Echo acknowledges a pleasant call and chat with Capt. Charles .John son, of Lakeside, the republican nomi nee for representative from Chelan county. It had been several years since Mr. Johnson was In Leavenworlh anil he noticed a great many Improvements. He visited the mll of the Lamb-Davis Cs, and was surpiised to find so large ami complete an establishment. He prtd'eteil a great future for this town, lie circulated auionx the volets and made many acquaintances and we be lieve some votes. cThe Ladies Guild will meet with Mr>. L. P. Durand next Thursday af ternoon. That is quite an artistic window dis play in the Loavenworth Morcantile Go's store. Mrs. C. H. Mason went down to We natch cc yesterday to buy furniture and fixtures for her new house. L. H. Bowman came in from Seattle Monday and after spending a couple of days left again for the Son ml yester day. Fourteen car loada of torpedo boat destroyers for the Japanese government passed through on their way to the toast yesterday. Mrs. Ed. Mills left last Saturday night for Bremerton where she will join her husband, he having decided to make that his future home. Mrs. J. E. Schubert returned from Seattle yesterday. Mr. Schubert ac companied her and the boy some ten days ago but himself returned last week. After the speaking Congressman Humphrey left at a. m. on the east bound to be present at Coulee City where he was billed for a speech on Thursday night. Charles Rippavd, one of the sld time printers, known in every printing office from the Pacific to the Atlantic, stopped off here one day ihes week, on his way to the Sound. The ladies of Companion Court I. O. F. will give a grand ball as soon as the John Bjork building is ready. ThU will be in about ten days. Further particulars will follow later. W. P. Sears, who left here about the middle of July for lowa with the Ikmlj of his wife, who died here, returned yesterday. He says he will probably remain here during the winter and may decide to remain permanently. Henry Crass spent two days in our town this week. In conversation with the writer he said lie had l>een all over the county recently and bad come to the conclusion that Chelan county would go republican from top to bot tom by from -'50 to 350 majority. Mrs. Julia Mitchell, from Wilson Creek, mother of J. H. Mitchell, has been here this week on a visit to her son. She left lor her home yesterday accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Mitchell, who is going to Wilson Creek on a short visit. Tom W. Davidson, agent's assistant at Chiwaukum, spent a few days in our town this week, shaking hands with old friends. He sayß the receipts at Chiwaukum office footed over four thou sand dollars for one month this sum mer. Chiwaukum must oe on a boon). P. H. Graham is building a barn at the east en<l of Commercial street, and if he fences his lot as he lias a right to do, entrance into town from that direc tion will be cut off for wagons. Com mercial street should be cleam'd out and graded from the Congregational church to the bridge. Tbe streets are undrr the control of tlie commissioner's court and that body should take this matter up at its next meeting anil in struct the road supervisor of this dis trict, Mr. Stein, to do this work this fall. Messrs. Beam Jb Smith, the contract ors, are putting the finishing touches to the John Bjork building When finished this will l>e a handsome busi ness block and would be a credit to any town. Under the supervision of the same firm of contractors the Smitli & Tbolin building is fast approaching completion. While not so large as the Bjork building it is in some respects even better.all the walli being 18 inche, thick. The upper floor being intend ed for an opera house it bad to be built more substantially as to walls ami floors. The upper room will be thirty five feet wide and eighty-five feet long with a ,-iueen foot ceiling, and will have a permanent stage of ample di mensions and a dropcurLain and wings. Mr. S. H. Snook tells us that he hag about completed the wood work on a ten room house for F. L. Brender on his Chumstick dairy ranch. Mr. Snook says he will have one of the best farm houees in this section, lien it is com pleted. No better indication of profit able farming can be given than that our ranchers are building, and are able to build, large and substantial homes. Five or six large and handsome farm houses have been built in this section within the past year. Not old-fashioned box huuieSa but neat, attractive and modern homes with all the convenience* of a cty house. A freshly painted house surrounded with trees and green alfalfa is not an uncommon sight in thesejparis, and it delights the beholder. The making of the "home beautiful" in the country is the ba?is on which rests the same class of homes in the own and the city. A>k far Iloval Gracken at Merc. Co. LEAVENWORTH ECHO. NEXT WEEK IT IS SOMETHING ELSE THIS WEEK IT IS BLACK CAT HOSIERY Two Hundred Dozen at Prices That Defy Competition All Sizes for Men, Women and Children The Best Black Goods on the Market Known the World Over F. A. LOSEKAMP Leavenworth, Washington. I , A Big SurpHne A very enjoyable surprise party was gotten up on Mrs. Mary Mills last Sat- I urday night at the home of "her mother. Mrs. A. .T. Martin. As near as could be estimated about seventy-five took j part. Progressive whist- -was the, amusement of the evening. Miss Aiiim. Tholin.won the first prize, for ladies and ; Mrs. Homer Smith the lxx>by. The' gentleman's prize was won by Mr. John Tholin and the booby by Orvil Bethel. ' After the game a delicious lunch was ' served to all present. The surprise ; was gotten up by way of a farewell to Mrs. Mills who left that, night for Bremerton. , i.. f»> The charge was made two weeks ago that Mr. Wheeler, the republican nom inee for sheriff of Chelan county, as marshall of the city of Wenatchee, ap pointed six deputies during fair week, aud that they were all democrats. The charge was made with the apparent purpose of stirring up Mr. Wheelers republican supporters. The facts are that Wheeler appointed four deputies to help him preserve the peace. Two of whom were republicans and two were democrats. Could a democratic | I sheriff have done any more fair? Mr. Wheeler has lived so long in Chelan county, and his rcputatiou for being a square man is so well established that it can not be disturbed by these idle j charges, As sheriff he will be the ■.amc quiet, unassuming man that he has been in private life. He will dis charge the duties of the office fairly, squarely and honestly, without fear or favor, and do it in that calm dignified j way that always wins admiration. Kv ery man in Chelan county that votes for Peter Wheeler Jr., whether he knows him personally or not, can rest assured that he is the proper man for sheriff. The Ken' rongrecatloual Church. Messrs. Snook and Moon have taken the contract for building the addition to the Congregational church, and began work last week. The old building has l>een moved back and the new ix>r!ion j will l>e built on the front end of the lot. It will be 32x41 feet, with an arched ceiling. The new building will be used for the purposes of holding worship and the old portion will be tixed up and used for Suuday-sebool and cburch enter tainments. It is all to be thoroughly j tinished and furnisJied throughout and ; made comfortable inside aud somewhat I attractive on the outside. C. E. Buttles, the republican nomi npe for treasurer of this county, put in two or three days the lirst of lhe week in the west end of the county. Then are a number of Dew voters up about the lake and about Herri; t tliat he had not previously made the acquaintance of. Having former y been a citizen of this town lie was well acquainted with all of the old timers, among- whom be has a larpe number of friends, to whom it i« bis pleasure to refer. Mr. Buttles possesses every Qualification that could be desired in a county treasurer. The republican who fails to support Mr. Buttles does not beliare in the princi ples of the party and only thinks he is a rcpub'iian. When Times Are Dull, And Money is Short, you want a dollar to stretch out like a rubber band and get as much as possible for it, go to BLISS BROTHERS. GIVE 'EM A TRIAL. Fresh home mode caDdy on up every day at PeDdleton'*. Have you tried it? Its fine. Fall and Winter I'iiilrrn*rar Got to have them, can't afford to get sick. We have 100 dozen. All weights all grades. None of them over priced, a number underpricedall lower than others oecause we buy to many, and spot cash gets attention.— Lett veil wortfa Mercantile Co. At J. L. Wheeler Jr. by the Big Rock you can buy a suit at half price Saturday—call ami see how its done. Hie last of the choice grapes are on sale at Pendleton's. Do You Want a Hoiuef I have some good residence lots for sale at a bargain. Come and see me. N. M. Sorensen. II We Kid Not Sell so many stoves we might think our prices as high as others. But tell ing as we do to nearly every one who says stove, we arc sure our price is a good bit below others and we know our stoves are the very best —Leavenworth Mercantile Co. Fifty suits wool underwear at prices that haves you n clean 50c a suit. J. L. Wheeler Jr. ' — Hii; Feed lUmp Feei barley is one of the best ho? feeds known. We have seven ton for sale at $30 per ton. DM. Thomas & Co. Try those King Bros, cakes at Merc. Co. 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