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jfffcfay January 15 1909
Lake Wiiihli In-, Mace 1.1 lie Leaves Leavenworth even Monday and Fri day at Ba. m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. in (Leaves Telmn every Tuesday :*ru! Saturday at 8 a in. Arrives atiLeavenworth Ip. m. Mali, passengers and express, For further particulars address Joe Massle, Proprictur. lidx , i. Leavonworth. Wai h Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf Next Tuesday at 10 o'clock —See the L.-D. Store Co. ad. 1* Fred Smith was in Spokane last week where he went to join the Brotherhood. Dr. S. T. Miller, the Wenatchee veterinary, was in our city last Satur day. Miss Flora Shoemaker of Spokane is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Parker. Miss Belle Southworth visited with friends at Wenatchee the fore part of the week. Miss Irene Simmons spent the first of the week in Wenatchee visiting with her sister Mrs. James Coulson. Andrew Hanson and wife departed for Montana last Friday on a visit of several weeks duration to friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Siverly were down from Lake Wenatchee this week doing business with our merchants. Don't miss it —the dollar sale at the L.-D. Store Co. 1* F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. - 30tf* Leavenworth assumed a metropolitan appearance last Sunday, when we had five passenger trains in less than half a day. They were belated through trains which had been stalled in the Rockies by the deep snow. The Leavenworth Band is making great preparations for a masquerade ball to be held in the opera house on the evening of Saturday, January 23d. The boys always give good dances and this one promises to be up to the standard. Drivers should use care to always blanket their horses when they are left standing on the street. It is not only right, from a humane standpoint, but is money in the horse owner's pocket, for a horse catches cold as easily as does a human. Miss Olive Raftree left last Friday for San Francisco where she will spend the winter. For the past six months she has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sylvester. She is very much in love with Leavenworth and may decide to return in the spring. The one dollar Bale of the L.-D. Store Co. will begin next Tuesday at 10 o'clock. 1* The Brotherhood of Owls will hold their annual ball in the opera house on Washington's birthday, February 22d. Those who attended the Owls' dance last year remember the good time had and anticipate the pleasures of the coming event, which the Owls promise will excell all former efforts. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church went for a sleigh ride last week Wednesday, to the home of Mrs. F. L. Brender up the Chumstick valley, where they held their regular weekly meeting. On account of the severity of the weather they were compelled to accept the hospitality of the Brender family until the next day. All report a most enjoyable time. Don't forget Wash Clean washing compound at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. Dr. Coventry has met with so much encouragement that he has decided to tarry with the people of Leavenworth a month, notwithstanding weather conditions are rather unfavorable. He has improved the vision of a number of people by overcoming difficulties with properly adjusted glasses. For the present he is located in the Con gregational parsonage at the east end of Commercial street. If you have difficulty in getting properly adjusted glasses give him a trial, if he can not satisfy you he will frankly admit it and no harm will be done. He guarantees all his work to be satisfactory. Mrs. C. Fig Pudding at Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* Ray Marble has been spending the past week in Seattle. Pure maple sap syrup at .Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* John Bohnsack made a business trip to Wenatchee, Wednesday. Heinz' dill pickles at D. M. Thomas, Quality Grocery. 1* Del McCoy the Peshastin post master was here Wednesday. He says Peshastin has organized a Commer cial club and will ask that a depot be built at that place, after that the next important matter to be taken up is the removal of the round house and divisin from Leavenworth to Peshastin. Keiller's marmalade at Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* Doctor and Mrs. D. C. Uric arrived in Leavenworth the past week and in tend to make this their future home. Their goods are on the way. They will live in the Mackey house two doors west of the city hall. Dr. Uric is a graduate of the University of Michigan and served one year as house surgeon of the University hospital after completing the regular course. He also served a year in the same capac ity at the General Hospital, Aberdeen, Wash., and has had experience in pri vate practice. While at the eastern hospital the doctor had special work in the eye and ear departments as well as in general surgery. The doctor and Mrs. Uric both state that they are well pleased with the treatment accorded them here and feel sure they will like it even better as they become more acquainted. Holland herring at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. A card from the family of our old friend G. N. Watson who resides at Puyallup, Wash., says that Mr. Watson suffered a severe stroke of apoplexy on Thursday of last week, and is very sick. Mr. Watson formerly lived here and is kindly and solicitously remembered by a host of old friends, in which this scribe sincerely joins, that he may speedily be restored to normal health. Mr. Watson is a good man, and those two words embrace every superlative that could be employed in reference tc George N. Watson. We are credibly informed that to Mr. Watson belongs the honor of being the first white man to make an incursion into the Red mountain country. At the time, some sixteen years ago, not one mile of road lead out of this town in any direction. The Red mountain section was a track less wilderness. It was he who first made the discovery of mineral into that part of the country to which at this time a good state road extends and where hundreds of men are every year employed in prospecting and develop ing mineral claims. Pure New York buckwheat at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* The Stork Gets Busy Dr. Hoxsey reports the following births the past week; all boys: On Thursday last, at the home of George Sheppard. John Kaylor, on Monday. John Crowley, on Sunday, and A. Sternhoff, on Tuesday. Cider, boiled and unboiled at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* A Delightful Birthday Party On the evening of Wednesday the 6th of January a birthday party was given by Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Graham at their ranch home in Chumstick val ley in honor of their son, Norbert J. Graham's 21st birthdy. A large num ber of the friends of the family gathered to do honor to the occasion, among them Misses Minnie and Ida Poepmuller Ruth Sharp, Philopena Barts, Doris Jeffries, Sadie Holden, Eva Graham, Dora Freytag and Maggie Cahill, Messrs. Wm. Poepmuller, N. C. Wil liamson, Al Moon, Wm. and Otto Brender, Ray Sharp and Ross Ramage. Dancing, games and other diversions vere indulged in and altogether a very pleasant evening was spent. Refresh ments were served by the host and hostess. Our plain mixed IS cent candy, special price, 10 cents per pound at Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* Cbe Hcavcnwortb lEcbo, COUNCIL IN REGULAR SESSION Mayor Nelson, Councilmen Phelan and McCoy Installed—New Day and Night Marshals Named When the council met in regular session last Tuesday night Mayor Sampson and all the old councilmen were present. After the minutes of the last regular and all intervening special meetings were read and ap proved, the may.or elect Nelson being present as well as Councilmen Phelan and McCoy, Mayor Sampson called attention to the fact and the new town officers having qualified in the morning took the seats vacated by the old town officers around the official table and the deliberations proceeded with very slight interruption. Councilmen Ruth and Featherstone being the retiring members of the town family. Mayor Nelson annonnced the fol lowing appointments: J. J. King, town attorney; W. O. Platt. day marshal and W. C. Wilcox night marshal, succeed ing respectively J. H. Bohnsack and J. F. Pratt. Judge King stated that while he had no doubt that the ap pointment would be confirmed by the council yet he feft he must decline the position, thanking the mayor, how ever, for the confidence reposed in him. Mayor Nelson stated that the matter of appointing a clerk and police magis trate had not yet been fully decided upon. After instructing Clerk Hamil ton to note on the minutes the day and hour when the qualifying oath of the newly elected mayor and council men was filed with him the council adjourned to meet Wednesday night. On account of the interruption suf fered in The Echo office as a result of the cold weather, it was found impossible to print the proceedings of the council on Wednesday night, wherefore they will be given in full next week. Our two-bit coffee has no equal. D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* C. 11. McKenzie Dentist, Will Locate Here Dr. McKenzie writes from Harring ton that he will be here about Feb. Ist to locate permanently. The doctor hails originally from Boston and is a graduate of Harvard University, class of 1905, where he took a special course in orthodontia and is therefore specially qualified to correct irregularities and deformities of the teeth. He also served a term as dental and oral sur geon in the Boston Emergency and General hospital. For a short time he practiced his profession in Spokane in the meantime looking for a permanent location. He has been temporarily lo cated at Harrington for a few months. Will open an office here Feb. Ist, when he will make his location known. Wash Clean Compound for sale at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 1* COUNTY NEWS ITEMS The tearing chinook which blew down the lake all night Sunday night, and the fierce east wind which sprang up within a few minutes after the chinook died down, with its rapid vari ations of direction from all points of the compass, north, east and south, lashed the waters of lake Chelan into a white fury, and considerable damage was done to launches and rowboats moored to docks and tied along the shores and not properly secured against such an unusual and unex pected winter wind. —Chelan Leader. A friend of ours, Mr. Hall, formerly in the mail service of the Washington Central but now on the North Coast line, copied the following address on a letter which passed through his hands; Now little letter you must sail, Not by water, but by rail; And in Wenatchee you will find E — S —, a brother of mine. Then he letter go. —Wilbur Register. The city council of Wenatchee has I refused to renew the license of the Pioneer Bar in that city, and intimate that all applications will be treated in the same way as fast as the old licenses expire. Cashmere is going to be a "dry" town for a year anyway. The council, at a meeting last night, refused to grant the application for one of the saloons whose license expires today. This closed up this morning. The other license will expire on February 13 and that saloon will also be closed up on that date. At the recent elec tion a "dry" council was elected and iit has been expected that Cashmere ! would have no saloons for the coming I year. —Wenatchee World. M. E. Church Notes Services as usual next Sunday both morning and evening. The Ladies Aid meets next Wed nesday at the home of Mrs. Nelson. Prayer meeting in the church every Thursday evening at 7:30. Business Paragraphs. CAED Or THANKS. I take this opportunity to extend j thanks to friends and neighbors who kindly extended sympathies at the time of my bereavement, and I also give many thanks to those men who ren dered their assistance in bringing the body of my husband home to me. 1 Mrs. E. L. Miller I have a setter dog, one year old, that I would like to give to some one who would give her a good home. Apply to Hake's harness shop. 1 Dry Wood For Sale Dry fir and pine fire wood, cheap as anyone can sell. Drop card to A. L Mitchell, Leavenworth. 1-4 iloiihc For n< mi West end of bridge, near Lindsey place in mill town. Apply to T. G. Jarvis, Merriam's addition. 1-2 On your way to or from home, drop lin at Fritz' Overland Bar and call for 11. W. HARPER whiskey. Famous for j its exquisite flavor. ltf Ten acres of land two miles from thriving town on coast, close to school and church, to exchange for Leaven worth property. Enquire at The Echo office. 52 When you go after your mail do not forget you can get all kinds of druggists sundries from Pfeiffer. 51 Nice assortment of post cards, Thanksgiving, Chrismas, New Years, birthdays, greetings etc. at Nickell's. Fresh candies, nuts and fruits at Nickells'. 46tf All the standard proprietary medi cines, a full line of fresh, pure drugs at Pfeiffer's pharmacy. 51 Edison's 2 and 4 minute records and the new attachment at Nickell's. Pfeiffer's Pharmacy is a good place to buy toilet articles, soaps, perfumes etc., and also a good place to get your prescriptions filled by a competent druggist. 51 J. D. Langdon, the veterinary sur geoi\ has moved to town and will make his headquarters at Joe Massie's barn. If you need his services call and leave word. 40tf Wooden l"l|>o lor tola 100 feet of 4 in. wire bound pipe. Good condition. Inquire at Echo office. 28tf Abbo medical and ■ursleal liiNtiiiito, Npoltam-, Wunli. This is one of many letters given to the eye specialist of the Abbo Medical and Surgical Institute, of Spokane, Wash., and speaks for itself: H. J. Miller County Attorney Livingston, Mont., Oct. 6, '02 W. E. Cort, Lewiston, Montana. My Dear Cort: —This will introduce Dr. Coventry, an eye specialist, who has been in Livingston about six months. I had very serious trouble with my eyes, the trouble dating back to our university days; Dr. Caro, the oculist in the University of Michigan, and dozens of others utterly failed to correct the trouble. Dr. Coventry suc ceeded in fitting glasses which have given me great relief, and for that reason I take pleasure in introducing him to you. Men in his line of busi ness are oftimes maligned by others in the same business, and oftimes they are correctly talked about, but in his case, I feel entirely satisfied that he will do as he agrees, and that he thor oughly understands his business. Any favor that you may be able to do him ! will be appreciated by me. Yours as ever, H. J. Miller Announcement! Don't forget the date of the Grand Annual Ball, given by the BROTHERHOOD OF OWLS Monday Night, Feb. 22, 1909 Ask your friends about the dance given by the B. of O. last year Placer Blanks J^ctMj Confectionery Soft Drinks The Palace of Sweets Stationery Tobaccos THE ONE BEST FLOUR is Pride of Washington MADE BY BEAL GRAIN & MILLING COMPANY Wenatchee, Washington E. A. KING, Agent Leavenworth, Wash. HOLIDAY CHEER Thruout the Year at THE LOBBY F. H. HUTCHIINGS, Prop. Conversation Drinks Fine Cigars 20 Acres Irrigated Fruit Land for $3200 W. H. Wahlfel, the owner, is compelled to look after larger interests. In the Chumstick Valley Seven miles from Leavenworth, on the line of the Wenatchee Valley & Northern Ry., which will have a station on the land. Twenty acres under water, all in valley; 16 in cultivation; 151 fruit trees, 40 in full bearing; all varieties of berry vines. New five room house; barn room for 6 horses, all farm machinery and 18 tons of hay; good wood and chicken house; cold storage house. Good spring on place from which water can be piped into house. Twenty acres of upland with plenty of timber for fire wood and some saw timber. One mile from school house. Prefer that you see the place before buying. Want cash, but will give some time. See Deed H. Mayar or the Owner, as no differ ence will be made in price. 67>e OPERA BAR Tholin (SL Smith None but the best wines and liquors handled Courteous attendants and good order BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON READ THE ECHO--SI.OO PER YEAR Coal and Wood If you are in need of dry or green wood, please leave your order at my office opposite the King Cos. cement building. I also handle Pittsburg lump, Pittsburg nut and Newcastle lump coal. O. L. Peterson t Columbia Valley EDISON PHONOGRAH CO. Columbia Valley Hank Bid*. Phone 1461 LOUIS MICHIL, Mgr., Wenatchee, Wash. The Original Bdlcofl l*limit»ni uph <iouds. "Only the Rdisun" The Leavenworth people know the Edison, our records and our dealings. We sell nothing outside of the superior Edison goods. Send us your mail orders and we will bring them up to you without - •- \ extra charge.