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L. I.Antl. President. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. H. HADLEV. Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON. Capital - - $25,000.00 We afford depositors a place of safety for their money, and extend to nil our patrons every accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Savings Department we receive deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we pay tbree per cent Interact, compounded scmi-anuually. No matter bow small your deposit, we will take It and safe guard'lt for you. Money to Loan Upon Approved Security. I GOOD PLUMBING 1 « Is one of the most important features about a g % house and should receive careful attention at the € C 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 ESTU I 1 MATES OR ADVICE | I Wenatchee Hardware Co. I $ A. F. ANDERSON, Mgr. « tWenatchee, - - Washington | The "BRJCK"~SaIoon ' OPPOSITE the DEPOT Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection BURKE & Ca"^7~~" Proprietors L. Lamb. Pres. C. K. Lamb. V.-Pre». 1:. E. I,aiuh. Si-c. I. DAVIS. Trens. & Mirr Clinton, la. Mloneepolia, Minn. Clinton, la. i-eavenworth, wmi ■i . = Lamb=Davss Lumber Co MANUFACTURERS OP I LUMBER Dealers in all kinds of building material. Leavenworth, - - - Washington **—''*—*****'—11 Will I mM&.I\*£ML'I.VW!>IUM!U Ul-Jl.UMUi:JJ.UlH.limi«garTgg«'WCTgl*ffiffßl E. F. SPRAGUE, 1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EM BALM ER | Lady assistant when desired. n i Parlors on Front street at rear of Griggs block. h Glftfee phono 21. Residence phone 23. | Farmer's Phono Connection *a ■ ■ ■ EH Night rails promptly answered | Weiiatchee - - Wash. J rinil WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER EMIL ■» — Fresh and Cured Meats FRANK i l*-**-1 i *- Motto: Not how cheap, but oh , How Good. The ; Old Reliable LEAVENWORTH, WASH. j Beam & Smith, Building Contractors. Estimates furnished on all kinds of Building- and Woodwork Our reference is scores of satisfied customers ~^EAVENWoiRTr^ - - = WASHINGTON l ______^ i llrolir Infill* House Send Your a. LeQulDn, of Caveiiillsti; Vt., was robbed "t his customary lienltli by in ii_ ,-,.,. ' , vasion of chronic eorutipftllon. When JOD Printing tO Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into his hull-.-, his trnub'o was nrrosted and -!-■ r/^,,A /->rr' now he's entirely cured. They'rejriiar- Ihe tOHO UttlCe. niiti"-d'io eur<\.? : V at City Ohi? Slope, LEAVENWORTH ECHO. Ctanrefa ■■■ (IIMi COHORiiOATiojfAL—Services every Sunday. Sunday »thnr.l at 10 cm ■. in. Public worship at 11 CO a. m. Kverilnif tervue ut 7 a;p m. j v. t , 1 M-etlnir for co'fcrcEce, pravcr arrt Dime study at the church every Saturday at 7 30. •vac LaOieg' linlid meets every Ttur»ciav at 2on p. Ht tue hotni" of members, v announced Hi Dees m»ct every at 3CO p. m., at the heme of th" in'-'i ' ■ ■ii : . 010 bul.dlng will be used forrelltfioui fer vlcfd whtlf iki.taonrl< ij.-in* constmcieii. Kverytody lEVlledto atteud all or any of the | services. Catholic— s rvici-i at the Catholic ebnrch rvrv fourth Sunday in the month; mass ''< 7:30 am: SnnUuy »cbool M 3pm.: vespers I 1:30 p.m.; lowma»a followlne monduy. Fatnt-r H. Col I [■■!«•<■ r. cci i«r ii«i ■■ m:«s The following iranscript of busi ness transacted in the Court House for the past week is fnrnisheil Him paper by John A. Oellatly, Wenßtchee, th« abstractpr. wliose businoss advertise ment will be found in another column. Heal I ;«(»!<• TraiiKlVra US to Bridget Walsh seVi see 80 21 21 .1 C Lematter to G A Kletcber pt lola 7 Bblk 53 replt Ist ad<l Wen l"0 U S to Clifford Grife'gs wV4 ieH ■ea 20 it Olymyia BrewiDg Co to J M Dully lot 14 b k 10 Q N 1' Wen.. 1 It ¥ Smith to Kllea Farley lots __ 1 2 blk 4 SontliChelan To U S to FA Wright eV's neH,ne% si-Vi. t 4 tee 20 28 21 .1 X Wright to OS Whin .■'.. neVi, neVi s'-Vi & lot 1 sec, 20 28 21 200 Jane (..-hi- el al to N X IlHrns lot. 10 blk 8 Nob Hill Add Wen.. 78 N E Harris to I' F stoffel.lot 10 blk 8 Nob Hill add Wen 200 V V SlotTull to 15 M IveFevre lot 10 blk 8 Nob Hill add Wen 200 Victor Mariin & "if' 1 10 Spring Hill [rr Co d% iae 21 21 20 40 Wen Dcv Co to Mary A Brown lot., 41 42 43 blk 39 a N P Wen.. 00 CCGriggstn O&O Btmr Co wi/ 2 ff'/i »ec 8 86 17 323 G S Merriam to A S Williams tract A Mciriam add Lea V 60 A S Williams to John Holdeii trat A Merrinin add Leav 75 Wen Dcv Co to 3 C Lema9ler lot 11 blk 88 tcplt Ist add Wen. . 73 W C liardow to H T Thompson lots "> 0 li» 20 Engineer's add Wen 350 G W Blair 10 Alice Fry tVa n\\V 4 , sw'/i s»-y* sec 422 20 1 Arthur Dexter tn .1 D Pierce pt neV4BwV4»ec 10 22 20 380 .Miirrlaac U«BM Bnmner Mih-hel l" Alberta Mnruock James Dunlap 10 Li"»na Deitch Court Notpo L»a yon worm Lagging, Boom and j Wat r Power Co V* John Hill, action j to condemn land for mill pond Ci A Hosmer and Louis Oehler et al vs Wm Nelson et i»l and Fred Kaiser, abstractor judgment. Judgment ren dered BgalniS Fred Kaiser, (Jet Kill 1004 lor tho sum of $180.98 Nttvi-K Two From Ileulli "Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Hitvi laml, of Armonk, N. V., ''but when all other remedial fulled, we laved her life with Dr. Klng'H New Discovery. Our niece, who hid consumption in all ad vanced stage, 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 10 no Other medicine 011 earth. In fallible for coughs and colds. SOo and It. oo bottles guaranteed by City Drug btoie. Trial bottles free. Queen of the EZurcm. According to the story told by Mil* Davis Marlow, formerly of Philadel phia, who has recently returned to this country, she has bad many thrill ing adventures during the past few years. She was captured by Turkish brigands and sold to a wealthy pasha, who kept her prisoner and made her queen of his harem. Miss Marlow, it is alleged, made her escape from her luxurious prison with the aid of one of her fellow prisoners, and, through the good office! of a young Englishman whom she met soon afterward, was enabled to reach Paris. From the French capital she journeyed to Boston, where she is now residing, relates an eastern exchange, According to Miss Marlow's story her father, who was a fruiterer in Phil adelphia, became associated in business with a native of Turkey. She was nt that time 10 years old and very beauti ful. Her father's partner paid her assiduous court and they became en gaged. It was arranged, with her father's consent, that they should be married In Turkey. Accordingly the couple sailed for Kurope and soon after arrived in Constantinople. Miss Marlow went to reside with her fiance's sisters until the arrangements for the wedding were completed. One' evening the young man took her for a drive in the country. Suddenly the car riage was surrounded by armed men, who took the girl prisoner and carried her away. The next day she was sold by her captors to the pasha, who in stalled her as the favorite of his harem. Under the custom of Turkey the lat est acquisition to a harem becomes ils queen, so Miss Marlow was the undis puted mistress of the swarthy beaut in the pasha's palace. This made the former queen, who had fallen in love with her master, insanely jealous. She plotted to poison the newcomer in or der that she might be restored to her former position. When she discovered that Miss Mar- I low was anxious to escape the life which was repugnant to her she gladly helped her to get away. At a hotel near the pasha's palace she met 11 young Knglishnian to whom she told her story, lie helped her to get to Paris, from which city she made her way to Do»1 11. Commercial Livery and Feed Stable * First Class Outfit New Buggies, Hacks and Fresh Horses Special Attention Given to | Dri vors Furnished That ' Pishing, Hantin^ and I Know The Country Tourist Parties All Kinds of Grain for Sale Horses Boarded Reasonably SETH MORRIS, Proprietor. Leavenworth, Washington. Home Cooking, | OVERLAND I Home Cooking,! OVERLAND Just Like I RESTAURANT Your Mother ■ Front st #> Adjoining- Dr. shore's Used tO DO. | JOHN BJORK, Proprietor. |j&iiT»gaiCT*?T3T*rar'CT^^ ja All kinds Rough and Dressed g CLJ 1 PRlwfci I Lumber delivered at Leaven- i B worth, or at the Mill, less cost of H i hauling. Rough and Dressed I Lumber delivered at Leaven- I worth, or at the Mill, less cost of I hauling. ¥ ITIf Tfc 1"* Tfc II or Prices Call on or Address, n 8 I (Vl Kr X 1 P. A LUKENS, |i i^*Jlfl.lJlvl*| Peshastiu, Wash. | mjiiwu—Mflf |H ».iii.u»»ni««iaimra -^—^————————— Six Double Cakes jA. A. THOLIN Prairie Belie Soap For 35 Cents I Post Office Book and iNews .■■■ v/ ■■^ l^^v^^^^J^ J^ JLnJ I Store SeethKn!fe adffer. FISHING TACKLE LEAVEN WORTH DRUG STORE | _. A\ _ , ■■MuwflWMM^Mlj CigarsandTobacco _ TONGUES „• . : :'■•';. I Leavenworth, Wash. HARD and L_ _ . WOOD REACHES [j= == wuuu two by eight six -j S. C. Woldenberg, teen feet Ion?. A j ,„. „.,,...,. ,„,.„,,. \\r i r*n\l lot of oak, hickory "' ""''""." . " "™" J"EBit*"" WAGON and ash 2 inches Graining and Paper thick and from Bto Hanging a specialty 16 niches in width. * * i J -"■' TIMBER J. B. Hathway Frescoing if desired «C* ll °? House and Sign M. G. Thomas to see I & timber. | Painting The LOBBY ~™ m ~™~™~«™ wwiwi»Bißr.r.tfla Leavenwortfi, Wash. Just across from tbe Depot I , * I PURE WINES and LIQUORS GOOD CIGARS *•« T""1IN' & BM|TII^- SSIIT" •■ TIIOI,I\ A. SJIH'B'II, "^HI PMOPIIIETOKS COURTEOUS TREATMENT The <r^,~--»-« ■■• :' !.-,.. ■ ■ •■ »'-•' '• •"' ■■ - ■-... TipWpt( . Bonded WliUkoya and Ilrundi™. I ickets imported .. Wines .. and .. Cigars To and from all e—-fIi<; TR ONG& Points East 1 |® If QA^ |ELD ==v,v= I |*!|cOMRANY£ Great Northern R'y a I®f<ls^ Short Line To "^ffc (®f *°«-^ %| Sporting St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago %\1! I I wrUl\lllW and points east —It '■ I AND -11 dim. MINING 2 FAST TRAINS *J I] JBfo BOOT daily ** m--^K. New Equipment Throughout Day HjS^^i fiv**\_ Coaches and Tourist Sleepers, D.'nJng '•-■ :o" ■•w-j^ and Buffet Smoking Library Cars m , ■;■ T , nil NO OTHER BOOT HAS AS MANY Trains Loavo '■—» Dally as WATER-PROOF QUALITIES. follows . WATER-PROOF QUALITIES. W.M-K0 1-Tho Flyer I:Mp. m. For Sal° "* We»t-No. :! Pnirrt Souuu ui.itt<,)lJO»ii. rj ■_• f.DAHAM jC C f\ East—No. A—i Be Fiver :li> m H. 11. UKAnAjVI CC tU. E"Bt-N°-4-Eaßlt)rn XX "'C" 8:88 p> m- LEAVENWORTH, WASH. LEAVENWORTH, WASH. Special Excursion rates toChicago,St.Louisand it irmM n i n r^7r^ all eastern cities JOHN HOLDEN Does things in any part of For tickets, Kates, Folders, and Full the city .such as delivering Information call on or address freight,-express and bag- P.M. Long, Aeont, r.eavi-nworili. wash, or a g LiPavenWOrtll. 013TJrsl Avenue, Scatllo, ash. --■ - . Ty