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L. LArtß. President. P. DAVIS. Vke-Preildent. W. H. HADLBY, Cashier.
Capital - -.. $25,000.00
We »!Tor<l iiopoßllorß a place of iiafetj for their money, and extern! to nil our palroni every
accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Huvliikh Department we
receive depoitltn of one dollar and upward!, upon which we pay three per rent Internal,
compounded aemt-unnualiy. No matter how khii.ll your deposit, we will take It and »afe-
Kiiunl It for you.
Money to loan Upon Approved Security.
Special Attention Ulven Hunting Horses Bourilod by Duy or Wook
and Fishing Parties a t Henaonablo Union
Drivers FurnUhod That Know >i 111 noilltlN, riup.,
i , and Show tin* Country Lrarruunrtlii Wiikliliikloii
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L. L»ml). Prcß. V. It. Lamb. V.-Pith. (!. E. L«luh, Hpo. V. DAVIS, Trcu*. &MR
Clinton, lv. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton. In. Luavenwurtu, Wuhli
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Lamb-Davis Lumber Co
Dealers in nil kinds of building material.
Leavenworth, - - - Washington
, ; .- Lady assistant when desired.
Parlors on Front street at rear, of Griggs block.
Office phone 21. .'. ....„ Residence phone 23.
Farmer's Phone Connection
v ' " Night calls promptly answered
Wenatchee - - Wash.
Photography for. the
' V.-, • at
Half its Former Cost
American. JR. Genuinely good in
C"*A-'Vf'ir ft A every detail. Film or
,/•*. JTX ****•.** plates as you choose.
I .ffi%SK $1.60 I Absolutely new models.
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Our facilities enable jfilfffplp^"^ «p4.OU
us to furnish cameras |lj|f|jK i "^^** i
of the highest grade at WSKW. 11 ? 5 Rl|}^S
prices which cannot ili||. t!I '■ J^JIbSQ
Send for illustrated l||^^^^^^fef^&
r catalogue telling all ■■H^g^^^ aSf^Mte^^
j about our 27 styles r^^^^S^
and »iw.. Free. 4X 5 POCO |
(■;,« 946 St. Paul St.. Rochester, N. Y.
Chnrcb Service*.
I Cohobeoatiokal/— every Sunday,
Sunday school at 10 00 a. m. - .
Public worship at 11 00 a. m.
Evening service at 7 30 p. m.
Meeting for conference, prayer and bible
study at the church every Saturday at 7 30.
The Ladle's Guild meets every Thursday at
-' 00 p. in. at the borne of members, as announced
Busy Flees meet every Saturday at 3 00 p. m.,
at the home of the members.
The old building will be used for religious Ser
vice* while the new one is being constructed.
Everybody Invited to attend all or any of the
W. S. Wxiiv, Pastor.
Catholic—Services at the Catholic chtrch
every fourth Sunday In the month; mass at
7;HO am; Sunday school at 3p. m. vespers
I: HI p. in.; low mass following mnnday.
Fattier H. Col. Pastor.
Tho following transcript of the busi
ness tniiiHiieted in tbfl Court House tor
llm past week is furnished this paper
by John A. Gelliilly, Wonaichee, the
iilislrac.li-r, whose business advertlse
mont will lie found In another column. !
iii hi i.»inii ii M-
I) V Wright to II Josephine
Whitney, Is II ami IB b 'i
Woodrinf,''* p Mission, nwVi
iih V 4 h 8-!M-lU % 5200
W M Eraeiion to Henry Graves.
I (l I, 14 (lielnii 2000
T II Hill-ton toMime, 1 M b HChe
lini "5
w 1) Co to W W Gray Is la 17 18 '
and li) b 100 N |> Wen 213
i: S lo ArthurGaon, patent. nwVi
nw'/i h 20-21-21
Curl Christcnsen to H X rVath
orbone, Is l to !) inc-l b 20 l»i
add Leav «30
Harry Constantino to Henry
ISniulcy, n4O f ll 0 b 57 replat
Ist add Wen 77
U S to Harry E Can-, pat, Is 8
and 4 l 12-27-17
Goo V Townsend to H H nigging,
cV4 MM Mid Is 1 and 2 I 17-28-21 1500
A L Sulline to same, '/s int in e'/a
MH and la 1 and 2 h 17-28-21 ... 1
W It Hlggins to same. Is 4 and o,
b 20 Chelan 000
U H Sleeves to same: 1 15 b 1!)
Chelan '. 130
Chelan Lodge No 16!) to C An
tilon, 1 7 bB4 I O O F ceme
tery 15
W D Co 10 Rosa Ii Fuller, Is 31
and 32 b 10 G N p Wen 420
W D Co to O B Fuller, It 29 and
. 30 Ii 10 and 1 31 b 11 G N plat
Wen.".'. 1420
U Sto David S Gould, tin let.
nwVi Be! 4 and nVi nw*4, be,4
nwVi, lieVi bw}4 ■ 28-24-18
W S Newland to David S Gould,
pt eVa IW% 8 21-24 18 60
W S McPherron to Pislonio An
tonioet % int in Gen Otis
mine 400
A L GrovfS to G M Parrlsh, Is 3
and 0 I) 13 South Chelan 50
U S lo Andrew Ban-on, pat, Is 2
and 38 2 and Is 2 anil 3 sec 10
--27-31 ..'■.'
J W Stevenson to same, pt sw!4
swV4 8 3-27-21 V. 1
John D Green to P Koubichand,
1 3 b 13 Luke Park 200
GeoS Meriiam to Otella Lind, 1,
10 b 5 Merrlam* ad Leav 50
Chas P Klnney to James H Me-
Gohan, se'4 nw'4 see 14-21-20. . 475
T S Land, Cattle and V Co to .1 A
Seamen, pt Is 2 and 3 s 36-24-1!?,
pt bw'4 s 32 and pt swVi sei4 b
82-24-19 ~^l
lames A Neyland to' Claude
Keeny, pt eVa neV4 sec 81-22 21,
28V4 acres 142
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.ilttrrlHßc l.li ■film-
Coyner A Bennett to Maud Belle
Charles A Ward to S Myrtlo Rader.
.mil >.■!•■.
New cases files: —
J G Ely vs Chaß E Gray and A J
Jenkins, action to recover possession of
real estate.
Fight Will lie Bitter
Those who will persist in closing their
ears against the continual recommenda
tions of Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, will have a long and bit
ter tight wilh their troubles, if not
ended earlier by fatal termination.
Read what T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss...
has to say. "Last fall my wife had
every symptom of consumption. She
took Dr. King's New Discovery after
everything else had failed. Improve
ment came at once and four bolt en
tirely cured her." Price 50c, and $1.
Trial bottles free. Guaranteed by
City Drug Store.
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.1. T. Jump, who lives three miles
south of Creston, was in the Register
office last Monday exhibiting a rnam
oth radish, which weighed 25V4 pounds.
He also propagated a cabbage head this
year which weighed 52 pounds. These
vegetables were grown on upland, un
irrigated.—Wilbur Register.
A «'»Ktl)' -ink.
Blunders are sometimes very expen
sive. Occasionally life itself is the
price of a mistake, but you'll never be
wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for dyspepsia, Dizziness, Head
ache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They
nix 1 senile yet thorough. 25c at
City Drug Store.
Attorney and Counsellor
(Prosecuting Attorney, Chelan County.)
Wenatchke, Wash.
(Omce In Court House)
Attorney and Counselor
Court Commissionei Chelan County.
Wenatchee, Wash.
Attorneys at Law,
Wenatchee, - - - Wash.
Practice In all Courts.
Notary Public.
Attorneys At Law
Wenatchee - - - Wash.
nil. H. WHITAKEU, Dentist,
Graduate Pennsylvania College Dental
Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office: Columbia Valley Bank building
Hours: 8:30 to 12; 1 to 5:30
Evenings by appointment. Phone 116.
Wenatchee "••',''•"' Washington
r G. HALL,
Undertaker, Funeral Director and
State License Embalmer
'Phone 443, Dora Hall,
Wenalche'-, Wash. Lady Assistant.
Open Day and Night
r\U. W. M. McCOY.
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Leavenworth Hospital
Leavenworth, - - WASH.
I*lt. G. W. HOXSEY,
I'liysician and Surgeon
l>nvi-nworth. Washington
J.I. KING, Ati»rne.v-at-L»w
• and Notary Public.
Legal papers far. fully prepared,
anil a.l business before local
and general land offices, and
secretary of the Interior
Leaworth, Wash.
Attorney at Law
Leavenworth, Wash.
, Attorney at Law.
Office in Residence. Telephone 46.
>;: Leavenworth, Wash.
• : Lawyer,
Practices in all Courts.
Lock Box 23
Phone 55. Wenatchee, Wash.
And Other Varnishes
and Paints
V . )
Timber Land Notice
United Suites Land Office
Watervllle, Wash.. Oct. 28. 1004
Notice Ib hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3.1878. entitled An art for /He sale of tim
ber lands In the stales of California, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington territory, as extended
to all the pub.lo land status by act of August 4.
' ■ Thomas A. Davits.
of Wenutchee. county of Chelan, state of
Washington, bus this day filed in this office his
sworn statement number Bib, for the purchase
of toe se H of *eotlon No B. in township No
SOB range No 17 K. W. M,,and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establUh his claim to said land
before the register and receiver of this offlo at
Waterville. Wash., on Trio ay. the »ltt» day or
January, 1905. He names as nesses: James
Harris of Chiwaukum. Wash ; R. H. Woodson,
of Wenatchee, Wash. J. A. Grant, of Chiwau
kum Wash: A. Hoptie. of Wenatcbee, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested, to Hie their
claims In thin of ties on or before said 2Uih day
of January IK*. M. H. M ALLOY. Register
First publication Nov 11. '■»: last Jan 13. 'Oft
In Justice court. In the precinct of Leaven
worth, Chelan county, stale of Washington.
Walker & Uullock, a partnership composed
of Wlllard Walker and William Ilulioclf,
plaintiffs, vs. Mike Toomy, defendant.
'in M lihe en'a <oof the state of Washington you
are hereby notified that Walker & Bullock
nave tiled ii claim against you in the said court
which will come on to be heard at, my office in
Leavenworlh. Chelan county, Washington, on
the.loth day of December, A. D. lUO4, at the
hour of ten I lOi o'clock In the forenoon, and un
less you appear and then and there answer the
same will betaken as confessed, and the de
mand of the plaintiff granted. The object and
demand of said claim Is for a Judgment in the
.u»o!tlS.W. John mo*.
1 Justice of the neace in and for lbs precinct of
Leavenworth. Chelan county, Washington.
Send Your
Job Printing to
The ECHO Office.
#Tumwoter Lodge No. 71. A.
\WUW/// O U W. meet" the aecontl
SSSS&UtH&S, and fourth Wednesday even
'<^9H^Hk^' ines tn ibelr hull over the
Ssg| SB»S^-poatoWcc VlblHiii brethren
, -.JtnßlKgS are cordially Invited to at
tend. I* H. L«den. M.W.
John W. Lsden, Recorder.
V77fj|Pvw^ O. Q. Ujork, financier.
_^_______^_— _^—^—— ——
Degree of* Honor
A. O. V. W.
I.eavenwortb Lodge No.
J>2. Decree of Honor, meets
every flr-t and third Wed
#jV r5*V neHd'ay evening In Prater
iffiwWl nKI Hull over the post office
|WiWH;3»D Visiting Maters ami brother*
Vsl^Evae# conilally Invited 10 attend.
VS^JjJSf Amanda Martin. C. of H.
Lottie Doyle, Recorder.
Bertha i'balen. Financier.
I. O. F.
m\ „ m Compnnion Coart mde
\lJDJ?x pendent Order of Forrest*
®l V' ">jf^ "A er»< inputs every Ilr4t and
Arlte^iriSr thini Tuesday In Prater
aURBBW mil ll!>11. over the post of
nl^HHW! ttie- Vlxitlnir Forrester*
joJ*yQX»/te9>l are cordially Invited to at- 4. x
•rfA*BCV >* Mrs.'G. En^llgh. C. K. % I
W> ""iS^ Mrs C. B. Turner. R. S. -;
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Imp. O. R. M.
>^^^^W Tim ate r Tribe No. 71
f/ intßL^\. Improved Order of Red Men
II mS\A ■ meets every Saturday night
II BtmSSh I in Fraternal Hall. VlMllntr
II lOPj* 1 J brethren cordially Invited to
>^. 7~~0 i- ; -,lil enberg, Sachem.
W. Walker,
Chief of Record*.
1 ICompan/s
lliJrsß boot
For Sale by f
P. H. graham & co. yjjrn
Pictures Framed
I 111 frame all kinds of pic
ures at a reasonable price. Sam
ples of moulding and wotk at
City Drug Store, where you can
leave your orders for what you
want. ' G. W. Hathaway.
Wilbur Walker Wm Bullock |
Just across from the Depot
to and from oil
Points East i~^i *-^.I
Great Northern R'y I
Short Line To 1
St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Cbitrago I
and points east I
New Equipment Throughout ■■ Day ■
Coaches and Tourist Sleepers, Dining I
and Buffet Smoking Library Cars ■
Trains Leave Leavcnworth Daily as 9
follows: B
Went-No I—The Flyer l:Mp.m. B
West—No. S-Pu(ret BouuU Kzpruw.i):ftOa.ni. M
EttHt— No. a—'l be Fljer 1:40 ». in. |H
East-No. 4— Eamurn Kxprebn -'::«p. m. H
Special Excursion rates I
toChicago.St.Louisand I
all eastern cities ■
For tickets, Kates, Folders, and Full 9
Information call on or address | ■"■"*•
I. M Long, AireDt, Leavenwonb, Wuh. or _""-.'i^s
8. f.. Ycrkcn, O. W. P. A. * I 1 (■
41. first Avenue. Seattle Wanli. 'M i ]JH

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