L. I.Ann. President. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. H. HADLEY, Cashier.
TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK
Capital - - $25,000.00
We afford depositors a place of safety (or their money, and extend to nil our patron* every
accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Savings Department we
receive deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we puy three per cent Interest,
compounded seml-annuully. No matter how small your deposit, wo will take it and safe
guard It for you.
Money to Loan Upon Approved Security.
Home Cooking, I OVERLAND
Just «keh I RESTAURANT
Your Mother | Front st Ad j Oininff Dr Shore . s
Used tO DO. § JOHN BJORK, Proprietor.
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COMMERCIAL LIVERY 1
Special Attention Given Hunting Horses Boarded by Day or Weok
and Fishing Parties at Reasonable Rates
Drivers Furnished That Know m;i 11 .nonius, Plop.,
and Show the Country Lcnvcnwortli, Wanliliiiston
The "BRICK" Saloon
■-■;-' ■•■.■■ OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection
BURKE & CO. - - Proprietors
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L. Lamb, Pres. C. R. Lamb. V.-Pres. O. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Treao. & Mpr
Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton. la. jLuaveuwortb, Wash
Lamb-Davis Lumber Co
WESTERN WHITE PINE
Dealers in all kinds of building material.
Leavenworth, - Washington
E. F. SPRAGUE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EM BALM ER
Lady assistant when desired. ;
Parlors on Front street at rear of Griggs block.
Office phone 21. Residence phone 23.
Farmer's Phone Connection 1
Night rails promptly answered
Wenatchee - - Wash.
Beam & Smith, Building Contractors.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of Building and Woodwork
Our reference is scores of satisfied customers
~LEAV EN WO RTH, ~ -W- - WASHINGTON
A. A. THOLIN Bring Your
Post Office Book and News JOB PRINTING
FISHING TACKLE To the ECHO
• —AND £>$ -
CiflfarsandTobaCCO (( John holden
0 Does things in any part of ;
—— the city such as delivering
freight, express and bag
, Leavenworth, Wash. age. Leavenworth. ».
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CKIiIIKIiATIONAI.- Services i:v'TV Hullday.
Su"iliiy whonl at in OOa, iii.
Public worship in II i«> a. m.
Kv.'lilng service 111 T :«1 |i In.
Meeiing f.ir <■"■ ference. pnrif and MM*
nludy at the church .vr.v Satuniujr at I Hi,
The Ladle's Oulld HUH every ThnrHiliiy at.
•J (H) p. m, nl tli' 1 home of members, as announced
Ilusy He.es meet every Saturday at il 111 p. m.,
at the home of the members.
The old building will be usi-d for religion" *er
vices while the new one la being constructed
Kverybody invited to attend all or any of the
W 8. Ilixnv, I'astor
CATiioi.ir!— S 'rvlces >1 the Cutbollc church I'
every fourth Sunday In the month; mass at
7:"X a. m ; Siimiay school nt :i p m.; vespers
1:10 P.m.; low him following monday.
Father 11. Colin. PMtor.
A Uiumt Tanitlo
Dispatches in the <laily preMs from
Chelao, lust Sal tin lay, lulalo a letnark
abla oondltlon ol affalri in regard to J.
A. McArlhur, of Kntial, tlio republi
can nominee for county coinmifwioner
from the third district. By somo error
the name of A. 11. McArlhur tVU
printed on tlio ballots insteail of .1. A.
McArlhur. Hy a strange coincident
there is un A. 11. McArlhur, who liven
at Chelan FallH. The dispatch from ,
ChelaD is aw follows:
A most remarkable siluation hus de
veloped in Chelan county over the re
sults of the county couimiMsiotier's vote
from the Third district, beiau»e elec
tors voted for a man not nominated for
office. The man who was nominated by
the republican county convention seems
certain to loso the otliee, although a
majority of electors thought they were
voting for him. His democratic rival,
who received a smaller vote may be en
titled to the offices under the law. He
also became tlio father of twins on elec
Hey. J. A. McArthur, of Entiat, was
the republican nominee of the county
Convention! but when the names of the
nominees were printed on the official
bhllol an error was made ami the line
on the ballot rtad: ''for county com
missioner, Third district, A. H. Mc-
Arlhur." By an overwhelming major
ity the nominee was chosen for the of
tice, and there is hii A. H. McArlhur
at (Jhelan Kails, who now claims he has
been elected commissioner and is ready
to qualify for the otHce.
'Ihe election law is interpreted to
mean that only regular nominees of a
political convention or persons nomi
nated by petition may be placed on an
official ballot and voted for. Politicians
and lawyers all over the county are
taking sides in iho dispute, the friends
of ihe preacher declaring he should be
given the office, as ihe electors thought
they were voting for him. Friends of
A. H. .McArlhur declare that election
authorities cannot go "behind the re
turns," and that the returns show that
he has been duly elected.
The democrats may come forward
and claim the election for Charles Col
ver, as he seems to have been the only
duly qualified nominee on the ticket,
but Mr. Colver has as yet made no
claims to the ottlce, his entire lime be
ing taken Up witli Ihe parental duties
which devolve upon a man who sud
denly finds himself the father ivf twins.
mount roils Wrecks
Carelessness is rewponsiblM for many
a railwuy wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from throat and lung troubles. Hut
since the advent of Dr. Kings New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, even the worst cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragtr, of
Dorchester, Mass ,is one of many whose
life was saved by Dr. King's New Dis
covery. This great remedy is guaran
teed f"r nil throat and lung diseases by
the City Drug Store. Price 50c and $1.
Trial bottles free.
llt.it to Text Dlulllondni
A good diamond is a good deal colder :
than an imitation, anil the lapidaries
say the best way to test their difference
in temperature is to touch the It One to
the tOOgUe. Sapphires, emeralds,
rubies, garnets anil other precious
hlones may be tested in tlio same way—
tlie real stone is invariably colder tliun
the Imitation. Tho lapidaries do not
give n reason for tho difference, but it
may be found perhaps in the greator
density of the real ttones, which
makes them better conductors of heat.
'Taint iio use to sit down and whine,
When no lish gel tangled in your
Bate your hook with a bumble bpe.
And keep on taking Rocky Mountain
Tea. city Drug Store.
There is one thing certain, there was
no spending of money in the late cam
paign, or if there was tho newspapers
saw none of it—Palmer Mountnii, Pros
!<..■ •n'l tl. m>.'< I Old Age
It's Bhameful when youth fails to
to show proper respect for old age, but J
just the contrary in tho case of Dr. j
King's New Life Pills. They eat off
maladies no matter how severe and ir
respective of old age. Dyspepsia.
Jaundice, Fever, Constipation all yield
to this perfect pill. ISO at City Drug-
Attorney :in<] CAUDMtllir
(I'nmecutlDK Attorney, Cholan county./
((MM In Court JIoo*e)
Attorney and Counselor
Court (,'oinmishionei <!h<;lan County.
Attorneys at Law,
Wenatciikk, - - - Wash.
Practice In all Court*.
KIIUC WIIiTED E. D. HODGE
WHITE!) A HODGE
Attorneys At Law
Wenatchi'o ... Wash.
nil. 11. WHITAKEn, Dentist,
Graduate Pennsylvania College Dental
Office: Columbia Valley Hank building
Hours: 8:.'f0tol2; I to 5:80
Evening* by appointment. Phono 118.
Wenatoheo - - Washington
r G. HALL,
Undertaker, Funeral Director and
State License Embalmer
'Phono 443, Dora Hall,
Wenatehee, Wash. Lady Assistant.
Open Day and Night
|\U. W. M. MoCOY,
Physician and Surgeon i
Office at Leavenworth Hospital
Leavenworth, - - Wash.
f\tt. G. W. HOXSEY,
Physician and Surgeon
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J.T. KING. Attorney-at-L«w I
• and Notary Public.
Legal papers carefully prepared,
and ail business before local
and general land offices, and
Secretary of the Interior
I EWIS J. NELSON
Attorney at Law
JOHN B. ADAMS,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Residence. Telephone 46.
Practices in all Courts.
Lock Box 23
Phone 55. Wenatchee, Wash.
THE GRAY HORSE TEAM
tS^Because that is the
That calls at your house
Tuesday and Friday
The Price is Right
Darling & Albright
I lull., i l»iui<l Notice
United States Lund Office
Watervllle, Wash.. Oct. Its, 1904
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with Ihe provisions of the act of congress of
June 8.1878. entitled An act for /tie sale of tim
ber lands in the state* of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington territory, as extended
to n I the pub. lc land status by act of August 4,
Thomas A. Dovlfs.
of Wenatchee, county of chelan. Mate of
Washington, his this (lav tiled in this office his
sworn statement number Ml, for the purchase
of tuo tie \i of i-eclton No 0. in township No
M n range No 17 E. W. M,,and will offer proof to
■how that the land sought Is more valuable for
Its timber or suite, than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establlfh his claim to said land
before the register and receiver of this olno at
Walervlll". Wash., on Kri< ay. the M'lth day of
January, 1905. II« names as wl nesses: James
Harris of Chlwaiikum. Wash : K. 11. Wuud»on,
of Wenalchce. Wash.: J. A. Orant. of Chlwau
kum. Wash.: A. Hoptiu. of Wenuichee, Wush.
Any ami all persons claiming adversely the
above (Inscribed lauds are requested to tile their
claimant thi-office on or before hulil !»mh day
of .lanuirv i«fi. M. 11. M ALLOY. Register
Ftr-u publication Nuv 11. X: last .Inn 13. •«>
() unty of Chemn t 8R
In Justice curt. John BJork, Justice
To Hen South, l-eavenworth. Wash.
In the name of the Hate or Washington you
are hereby notltleil that J. W. Elliott has tiled
ii complaint auainst you In said court which
will come on to be heard at my office In the
town of Leavenwortli, Chelan county, state of
Washington, on me id day of December. A. 1).
lUU4, at the hour of ten (IU) o'clock in the fore
noon, and unless y " appear arm then una
there au»wer. the sam« will be taken as con
fessed, and the demand of the plnlntlO ranted.
The. object and demand or Hie said complaint is
to have judgement enter, d against you in the
sum of twenty four dollars and fitly cents
(»;i!>'> togttberwlth the tost of this action
and the sta ut"rv attorney* lew,
Complaint tiled lue nth day ol September, A.
D. I«J4 JOHN lUOKK.
Justice of the peace <n and for the precinct of
Lcaveiiwonh, Chelun county, state of Wash
Attorney for the i lain'iff. P. O. Address
1 c ivenwortb. Washington.
First publication November I, A. I). l'.Ol. 31 I
I jl company's
m M SPORTING
NO OTHER BOOT HAS AS MANY
WATER-PROOF QUALITIES. g|
For Sale by *^
P. H. GRAHAM & CO.
LEA VEX WORTH, WASH.
And Other Varnishes
LEAVENWORTH DRUG STORE
John Thoi.in. John Smith
I IKM,IN & SMITH,
Bonded Whiskey* and Brandies.
Imported .. Wines .. and .. Cigars
WOOD REACHES *|f
Two by eight six- j*
teen feet long. A
hi i rfiW lot °* oa' ' hickory
WAUUI> and ash 2 inches
thick and from 5 to /
16 inches in width.
TIMBER JBH athway
M. G. Thomas to see
Wilbur Walker Wo Bullock
Just across from the Depot
PURE WINES and LIQUORS
To and from all
f.i: ■ ■•:
Points East -i^t^t
Great Northern R'y *
Short Line To
St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago
and points) east pi • r>;
2 FAST TRAINS
New Equipment Throughout Day-
Coaches and Tourist Sleepers, Dining
and Buffet Smoking Library Cars
Trains Leave Leavenworth Dally as
WVmi—No I—The Flyer... . 1:55 p.m.
Went -No 3 - PuifPt Sounu KxpreHs.WlDO a xa
EaMt—No s—the FUer . 'ilium"
East -No. 4—Eastern Express..'... p. m.
Special Excursion rates
all eastern cities
For tickets, nates, Polders, and Full fffife
Information call on or address Vf
P. M. Long, Agent, I.«avenworlh. Wash or
, . BC. VorUc^., GW.P A.
•>.. Tint Avenue, beutlU, w»,h.
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