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jf delay September 25 1908
■ . - - . 1,, m . uvi i.rili and Hlrwrtt Siagr. heaves Learenwortb every Monday. Wedn^s day and Friday at s»». Leave* Blewett every Tuesday. Thumday and Saturday at In*. Carrie* pasftengers and express. !■:. 0- Shugart. Prop. Stage Line. Lake- WoilefeM !NUk« Line rifliTOß Leavenwortta every Monday and Frl du in -;v m. Arrive* at Tt'luia at 4p. m l.iiiMi Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massle. Proprietor. Hoi 71. Leavenwortb. Wash Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf J. G. Debord made a flying busi ness trip to Seattle the latter part of this week. Wm. Knowlton from Seattle visited with his brothers Dan and Sam in our city last week. Mrs. P. W. Van De Grift is very ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lancaster. Mrs. C. F. Navarre departed for Everett yesterday and will in the future make her home there. Deputy Forest Supervisor Sylvester was called to Spokane last week as a witness in the U. S. court. On Monday, at the home of Andrew Abbott, a girl was born. Mother and babe are getting on nicely. Mrs. J. M. Botsford arrived from her home at Everett last week, for a short visit with old Leavenworth friends. G. E. Harris, formerly stationed at Havre, Montana, has succeeded How ard Nichols as day operator at the J. J. Griffith, one of the prominent attorneys from the county seat spent Monday here looking after the interests of his clients. Miss E. V. Jarvis, from Buffalo, N. V., sister of T. G. Jarvis is here on a visit of two months duration to the family of her brother. Dan Knowlton resigned his position at the mill last week and departed Friday morning for Seattle, where he will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Durand started for Wisconsin, their old home, yester day, and will make an extended visit among old friends and neighbors. Mrs. Grady, daughter of Mrs. F. J. Brady, arrived from Hillyard last Fri day and will remain with her mother who has been quite sick for some time. Mrs. Sallie Prahl, from Glenwood, Wash., daughter of J. R. Ramsey, ar rived here the past week and will visit with the family of her father and her sister, Mrs. T. G. Jarvis. George Lowell, formerly yard clerk at the depot, sold his home to Engi neer Charles Andrews and has moved to Hastings, Mich., where he will go on a farm with his father, and lead the simple life. Frank Ott, owner and operator of the launch on Lake Wenatchee was in town this week. He says that on ac count of the lightness of the travel on the lake route he has tied up his boat or the season. A man who gave the name of H. Sutherland was taken charge of "by officer Bohnsack on Monday. Suther land is evidently of unsound mind and on the following day was taken to We natchee where he will be tried on the charge of lunacy. We had a very pleasant call this week from Mr. W. V. Davis, the re cently elected pastor of the Congre gational church. Mr. Davis came from Ohio, where he has been located for some time. He will be followed later on by his wife, and possibly his daughter. He had previously spent severa'. years in Colorado and Utah and in coming to Washington he only answered the call of the west, which he acknowledges has been ringing in his ears ever since he went east. Mr. Davis is a very pleasant gentleman to meet. It is now up to the mem bers of his church, and all others as well, to make his stay pleasant and beneficial to the town, the church and community. F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf The Echo acknowledges a pleasant call from two Nebraskans, last Saturday J. C. Baumgardner, and Frank Watkins both brothers-in-law of W. E. Boston, of Peshastin creek valley. They are making a tour of the northwest and may become citizens of this state, as Mr. Boston hopes. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Sampson de parted for Seattle Monday and will enjoy Puget Sound weather for a week. If, the sun shines they will undoubt edly enjoy the stay but if it happens to be foggy and rainy, as is not un common this time of year, well, they will enjoy it any way, because it will be a change. Rev. M. Rumohr attended the funeral of L. R. Kufus in Wenatchee Wednesday. He says a procession fully a mile long followed the remains to the last resting place His death cast a gloom over the entire com munity. It is understood that Mrs. Kufus and children will make their permanent home in Wenatchee. J. H. Scott, who was connected with the depot service in the capacity of manifest clerk has been succeeded by E. Steffens who was formerly con nected with the car service. Mr. Scott has secured the appointment of super intendent of the Cashmere public schools and has removed to that place with his family. G. F. Lancaster, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lancaster of this town, died in Brooklyn, N. V., Sept. 14th. Mr. Lancaster, who was a member of a base ball team, had been playing and becoming fatigued, . grew dizzy, fell and fractured his skull. He was 29 years old and leaves a widow and four sons. The Weigand building, one of the handsomest in the town is finished, and with the exception of the corner room on the ground floor is occupied. Mr. Gutherless put the finishing touch when he completed - the cement side walk on the front and side. No one thinks ot having anything but a cement walk on the main business street now. Among the Wenatchee people who visited Leavenworth yesterday we noted D. A. Beal, manager of the Beal Grain & Milling Co., who was here looking after the sale of the numerous products of his mill. Jake Miller, Wenatchee agent for the Olympia Brewing Co., and Ed Ferguson, the recently nominated candidate for sheriff on the republican ticket. Whether he was hunting votes or look ing after law breakers we did not learn. F. N. Augur, an unsavory bird of passage who was arrested here last Sat urday on the charge of committing a nameless crime had an examination before Justice of the Peace Edwards on Monday and the evidence not being quite clear that he had actually com mitted a crime but probably only made an attempt, the justice fined him $80, which with the costs, $12.30, makes $92.30, and committed him to the county jail, where he was taken Tues day afternoon. Station Agent Woodrow has taken it upon himself to have a number of much needed improvements made around the depot. He has had an ex cellent place for loading and unloading cars graded on the south side of the local freight track, a convenience which draymen have not been slow to show their appreciation of. He purposes to have the barren plots of ground about the depot set to grass by another spring and otherwise make the depot grounds more sightly and attractive to the eye. Commissioner Otis was in Leaven worth the first of this week. In con versation he said he did not expect that an appreciable number of repub lican voters would be influenced to vote against him for commissioner in the coming election a conclusion in which the Echo is constrained to agree I with them. Republicans have a way iof scrapping in conventions and pri maries but once their family rows are settled and the election comes on they usually stick together and support the nominee (The leavenworth Echo. SIiERMANSMHIU NOTES A Wedding and an Interesting Budget of Local News Powers-Page Miss Bessie Bell Powers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sherman, and Mr. Edward Page were married at high noon on Sunday, September 20, 1908, in the presence of the immediate rel- j atives of the contracting parties and a ! few invited guests. Rev. L. A. Gans officiating. The rooms were very tastefully deco rated with ferns, flowers and Oregon grape, the color scheme being green i and white in the living room and green and gold in the dining room. A pretty bower of ferns and white asters was | artistically arranged, in front of which the bridal couple stood during the pretty and impressive ceremony which j united them for life. The bride was charmingly gowned in white Persian lawn and Val. lace and carried white carnations. The groom wore the conventional black. Immediately after the ceremony the guests partook of a very sumptuous I dinner, after which the time was pleas j antly spent in social chat and music. Both of these young people are well known and have a host of friends who ! wish them much happiness. They will go to house keeping at once, and later ! will leave for an extended trip to Spo kane and eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. Stocker and two little children visited over Sunday at the T. J. Sherman home and attended the Powers-Page wedding. Miss Juliette E. Cronin has returned from Minden, Nebraska, and will teach the Sherman school again this year. Chester Stewart is quite ill with ty phoid fever. Work is progressing rapidly on the valley power plant. Miss Pearl Reasoner of Quincy is vis iting at the home of Mrs. Cox. Henry Peters of Everett was quite severely injured by a falling limb, while working in the timber near here. No bones were broken. A ten pound son came to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bland last Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ott and Mrs. Grace Bryant of Cashmere, Mr. and Mrs. John Kinney of Beloit, Kansas, and the latters mother, Mrs. Stephen McKellip, visited at the Wm. Simpson home on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson and son, Harold have returned from the moun tains, where they camped during the summer. She is much improved in health. Walter Hazerd and son, John, from Michigan are visiting the T. J. Sher man family. They are thinking serious ly of locating in Washington. Death of Phillip Saver Phillip Saver, a young man about 18 years old died yesterday morning at the home of his parents on the north side. From such information as we were able to obtain just before going to press we learn that the family came here from Everett last May for the benefit of the young man's health, who it appears was afflicted with an incurable malady. Everything that medical skill and kind friends could do was done, but without avail. The family originally removed to Everett from Holdridge, Neb., some eighteen months ago. It had not been decided when this was written whether interment would be made here or the remains shipped to the old home. \»«....1t n Pipe lor Sale 100 feet of 4 in. wire bound pipe. Good condition. Inquire at Echo office. 28tf CAJU> Or THANKS. To the kind friends who assisted and comforted the family during the illness and death of our husband and son, Elmer Abbot, we hereby return our sincere thanks with the assurance that their kindly help was highly ap preciated. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pratt. Mrs. Elmer Abbott CABS Or TEUXB. To my Leavenworth friends in par ticular and all others in general who supported my candidacy for sheriff in the recent primary election I wish to tender my sincere thanks and ex press my gratitude. While I did not reach the goal of my ambition I want them to know that I appreciate their | confidence and their support. With the best wishes for the winner and no ill will for the other candidates in the race for sheriff, I beg to remain, Very Sincerely, Delbert McCoy Business Paragraphs, Misses' coats and mittens at Camp- I bell's. 37-8 The Vienna Bakery will give until further notice a handsome cake every I Saturday to the patron holding the largest number of purchas cupons for the week. One ticket given with every ten cent purchase. Do not fail ;to call for your tickets when buying bread, cakes, pies or other bakery goods at the Vienna Bakery. 37tf A Solicitor U mil. .1 An industrious woman to take orders for Chas. A. Stevens & Bro. Call on Mrs. L. W. Bloom. 37th Friday evening, Oct. 2d, the Chris tian Endeavor society will give a "weight social." There will be a mu sical program, guessing contests, stir ring games, refreshments and a jolly good time. 37 School caps and tarns for boys and girls from 25 cents up at Mrs. Camp bell's. 37-8 The fall hats are now on display at the Farnsworth Sisters on Commercial St. We trust that you will make a special effort to honor us by your pres ence during the fall season, and extend a hearty invitation to you to take ad vantage oj our special display of the latest ideas in millinery creations. 37 Step into the Vienna Bakery in its new quarters in the Weigand building and look at the freshly baked pies, cakes and bread. 37tf New millinery now opened at Camp bell's. 37-8 Buy your bread at Vienna Bakery. 24 tickets for one dollar cash. 35 NOTICE—Puget Sound Realty As sociates. All bond and contract holders who wish to protect their interests in this company send name and address at once. Explanation by letter. D. A. Fluker, 320 Arcade Annex, Seattle. 36-7 Eyes examined free by E. Abbott. Try a short order lunch at the Bon Ton. 31 Why Not <.o Flailing? John will take you out, and believe me, he knows all the choice spots in the Cascades. Now if you want to go fishing, that's your business, and if you need a good guide, that's John's busi ness, with 13 years experience and all saddle and pack horses furnished. In quire for, or write John Teshera, Leav enworth Wn., and you can't lose. 28tf Three Gold Medals and the Grand Prize at St. Louis World's Fail —that's a record! I. W. HARPER whiskey is the leader. For sale by J. G. Fritz at the Overland Bar. 35 tf The Chelan County Soldiers Reunion Association will hold a soldiers reunion at Wenatchee, Wash., Oct. 8, 1908. All old soldiers, Spanish-American war soldiers, Sons of Veterans and families are invited to attend. Free dinner and supper will be furnished all the visitors. There will be a camp fire and enter tainment at the Wenatchee Theatre in the evening, free to visitors. Reunion will be held in the park. Come early. A. P. Clayton, 36-8 Sec. Association The prudent wife will buy her bread, buns, pies and cakes at the Vienna bakery and save wood, temper and money. 20tf Warm weather drinks of all kinds at the Vienna bakery. 20tf All ThlUK> Being I •imil Why not send your laundry to We natchee. We have improved our plant until now we have a laundry that is as well equipped to do first class work as you will find in the large cities. Give us a trial. Tell Mr. Forbs, our local agent to send your next bundle to the Wenatchee laundry. 9tf DR. J. V. LEHON EYE AND NERVE SPECIALIST A drugless system of abolishing all CHRONIC NERVOUS TROUBLES such as chronic headache, stomach, liver, kidney, female and spinal troubles, catarrh and rheumatism. Cross eyes straightened painlessly without operation. Correct all errors of refraction. A liberal reduction will be made on all glasses fitted for school children. Come and talk to me about it. Lady attendant if desired. Upstairs Emil Frank Buildin; It's a Passing Sign of an improvement in dress when you see a man study ing our new fall and winter styles in suits and overcoats. We make them to order upon the latest models approved by the smartest dressers. We are particular as to fabric, fit and finish, and we guarantee satisfaction in every particular. We know our charges will suit you. too. THERE'S pi I IATT ONLY ONE d-*l-*IV/ 1 1 You .-iin gel It at HmliuuKi i Jos. Massle c- ■*■ King MASSIE & KING Commission Dealers . * . Flour and Feed Wood and Coal Hay and Grain Lime and Cement We can save you money if you order your winter supply of wood or coal now Opp. Tumwater Bank Cor. Ninth and Front Sts. ONLY $2,700 160 acres. Head of Chumstick Valley, 11 miles from Leaven worth, Wenatchee Valley & Northern Railway graded throug land; station almost sure to be located in a mile of land. 7 acres in cul tivation; 80 acres rich, black tillable land; 80 acres fairly good timber; small house and barn; stream running through land and big spring; will bear close inspection; can be divided in 20 acre tracts; half tillable and half woodland, and sold for three times the price in 90 days; half cash. See Deed H. Mayar. Leavenworth, or E. P. Northrup, owner of the land. If you are interested act quick. BRGii uve stock: snow^^^&ft^S^El Bi^if• competitive, frozen, to them ikut^^^j ||^^W^^^^'PISTKICTrKUITI)t3rLtt.S rKOM CjTO r ■ I /*■ I * £?^^^^ inland entire. — 7*MV&i0 r('(V* 7T:yT BjyjiiWli^^^^lyfJ^K^ftaifc^galtiTan^ Doa Shows. WANTED—First class milch cow, about Oct. 10th. Address D. W. Fow ler, Telma, Wash. 37-8 For fine confectionery and soft drinks go to the Vienna Bakery- 35 King's bread at the Bon Ton. Try it the next time you want bread. 31 Largest kid body dolls ever seen in Leavenworth for the price. Limited number of large sizes at Campbell's.