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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
As Furnished for Week Ending Jan. 9th,
by the Chelan County Abstract
Company
O B Fuller to Benj Askew pt 1 1 b 1
Peachey ad Wen, 8250.
G N Johnson to Frank H Winslow
e^seXnwKsw^ s 5-23-18, $2500.
C A Thompson to T A Davis nwK
1 1 sec 2-13-18, $1300.
J F Samson to Jennie Larson 1 5-6
b 18 Chelan, 8200.
Marvin Chase to Daniel Payton 1 10
--11-12-13 b 2 Morningside ad Wen,
$905.
L A Taylor to J S Albin 1 10-11-20
b 5 Peachey ad Wen, $2000.
Wen Dcv Co to Geo Coles 1 11-12
b 3 G N plat Wen, 8400.
L D Winters to Geo Coles 1 1-2-3 b
24 G N plat Wen, $1500.
Richard Hampton to Geo Coles e}i
sw'A sec 18-21-20, $1600.
Herbert M Roys to Dwight A Roys
1 29-30 b 4 Peachey ad Wen, ?350.
F S Hull to Jno A Mote lot 1-2-3 b
18 G N plat Wen, 83500.
J W Clise to Walter M Olive Its 20
--21-22 b 27 G N plat Wen, 814000.
R M Poe to C B Halbert 1 23-24 b
22 G N plat Wen, $412.50.
O W Ernst to Geo H Me Master H
int 1 1-2 b 12 G N plat Wen, 1500.
D P Yeargain to J B Holmes Its 20
--21-22-23 b 5 G N plat Wen, 81540.
W S Bailey to Henry Ellis 1 4 b 1
North Cashmere, 8300.
J R Nelson to Allen L Shipman 1 17
b 5 Peachey ad Wen, 8400.
Justus B Smith to Ella F Haden 1 26
b 2 Belmont ad Wen, 8675.
R T Burkey to Frank W Nelson lots
83-98 Sunnyslope Farms, 88250.
S H Hamilton to C E Reeder 1 7-8
--17-18 b 3 Engineers ad Wen, 81701.
A W Sloat to C W Hastings twfi
sec 2-26-16, 82000.
Jno A Mote to Jos L Shelton 1 1-2
--3 b 18 G N plat Wen, 83600.
Jno A Mote to Jos L Shelton e]'i
nw'Anw'Ane'i s 9-22-20, 88250.
Jos L Shelton to Jno A Mote pt c %
nt'A sec 17-23-19, 81.
W R Prowell to Edwin R Page part
swAse'A s 18-23-20, 84544.
Frank I Forsyth to Cora Rice 1 1-2
tVi 1 3 b 5 Merriams ad Leav, 81500.
Geo W Sheely to Wallace L Kazee
1 7 b 7 Peachey ad Wen, 8430. '
Edwin Boehmer to Pearl Hasness Its
20-21 b 62 Grandview ad Wen, 810.
Chas Johnson to Jos Hardenburgh
1 12-13 b 6 Lakeside, $200.
M M Kingman to M S McElhaney
1 14 b 2 West Chelan, $75.
Chelan Lodge No. 169 to Delia Boyd
1 2 b 17 IOOF Cemetery, $13.
A G Stage to S P Beecher rt way on
nw^nwM s 17 1 1 s 17-24-18, $1.
Coradon Williams to Lewis Nelson
ei^se'A nw'iseX swXne'4 sec 18
--27-18, $1500.
U S to Coradon Williams eX-seX
nwXseK sw'Ane'A s 18-27-18.
Geo McLean to Frank E Carlquist
1 9-10 b 2 Leavenworth, $1400.
Albert Eastman to L E Densmore
etfnw'Ase'Ane'A sec 6-23-19, $4500.
L C Halferty to Gena C Gilchrist pt
swKseM'sw^ s 3-23-19, $4500.
Francis M Lewis to Wm Mills 1 3-4
b 1 Peachey ad Wen, $2750.
Jos A Murphy to Jas A Dorman 1 11
--12 Cashmere Park, $4000.
Geo S Merriam to Deed H Mayar
w 15 ft 1 5 c 22 X- ft 1 6 b 8 Leaven
worth, $1200.
Edwin Boehmer to A L Morris 1 3 b
62 Grandview ad Wen, $600.
Sarah Hintz to Fred A Hintz %
share 1 6 b 2 Entiat Fruitlands, $1.
John A Seaman to Frank D McClim
ans pt »yiiwX s 32-24-19, $1250.
Jos A Murphy to Alfred L Hill 1 1
-2 b 6, Cashmere Park, $5000.
Tumwater Savings Bank to Jas Buch
anan 1 12-13 b 5 Merriams ad Leaven
worth, $100.
Jas Buchanan to R J Marks 1 12 b 5
Merriams ad Leavenworth, $1.
The man who went out to milk and
sat down on a boulder in the middle
of the pasture and waited for the cow
to back up, was a brother to the man
who kept a store and wouldn't adver
tise because he reasoned that the pur
chasing public would back up to his
place of business, when it wanted
something.
Uncle Sam is at last getting exclu
sive with his national emblems, and
the commissioner of patents now rules
against the registration of trademarks
bearing them. Hereafter the eagle,
the shield, the flag and other insignia
of the United States must not be used
to exploit private trade.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Sauces and Dressings
White Mayonnaise Sauce —Prepare
the mayonnaise with lemon juice in
stead of vinegar and when ready to
serve fold into a dressing made of one
pint of olive oil, a cup of whipped
cream and a few grains of salt and pep
per. Use double cream, whip until
solid and measure after whipping.
Green Mayonnaise —Cook together a
cup of peas, two or three leaves each
of mint and lettuce, a root of spinach
and a sprig of parsley, until the peas
are tender. Drain and press through
a fine sieve. If the pulp be moist cook
and stir until dry. When cold add to
mayonnaise dressing, using such quan
tity as is needed to secure the tint de
sired. Omit the mint leaves when the
sauce is for fish.
Red Mayonnaise —Cook a can of
tomato puree—cooked tomatoes strained
—until reduced to two tablespoons.
Add when cold to mayonaise dressing,
using such quantity as is needed to
secure the desired tint.
French Dressing —In a small bowl
or saucer put one-half a tablespoonful
of salt and one-quarter of a teaspoonful
of white pepper. Add four tablespoons
of olive oil and stir for a moment until
the salt is melted. Gradually drop in
one tablespoonful of vinegar, stirring
rapidly until the mixture is slightly
opaque and somewhat thickened. Use
at once, as it quickly separates.
Buttermilk and the Complexion
Buttermilk is often advised because
of its good effect on the complexion,
although its acidity sometimes causes a
fine rash that is most disagreeable. It
should be tried with caution as an out
ward application, for it does not often
agree with a delicate skin. But even
those who find that, applied externally,
it does not agTee with the skin, will
usually find that it agrees and benefits
if taken as a drink between meals. It
should be drunk slowly.
If the skin burns at first after this
treatment do not be discouraged, but
keep up the treatment and the good
effects will soon be noticeable.
Plenty of water should be drunk be
tween meals, and on arising and going
to bed. Two or three glasses of water
are not a bit too much for the average
person the first thing in the morning
and the last thing at night.
A simple diet list to follow with this
treatment that will prove of benefit to
a muddy or poor complexion is to eat
but little meat, and that should be the
best. Eat plenty of salads with good
dressings of pure olive oil, and eat a
great deal of well cooked rice. Do not
drink wine, tea or coffee, and do not
eat cake, pies or pickles.
Old Fashioned Pancakes
Raised Buckwheat Cakes —To four
cupfuls of buckwheat flour add one cup
ful of cornmeal and a teaspoonful of
salt, two tablespoonfuls of that mo
lasses, half a cake of yeast dissolved,
and warm water enough to make a thin
batter. After beating it thoroughly set
in a warm place over night. Sometimes
the batter has the least sour taste in
the morning, which can be remedied
by the adding of a pinch of soda dis
solved in hot water.
Cornmeal Cakes —Four cupfuls of
milk, a teaspoonful of salt, half a yeast
cake and flour for a batter should be
put together over night and left to rise.
In the morning a tablespoonful of butter
melted and two eggs should be added
to it. For some reason these are some
times called "flannel cakes" —perhaps
because they are warming in their
effect.
Bread and Milk Cakes —Two cupfuls
of stale bread crumbs worked smooth
with four cupfuls of milk, a tablespoon
of melted butter, three eggs, a tea
spoonful of salt, and just enough flour
to bind the mixture. More milk can
be added if the batter is too thick.
Bake on a well greased griddle.
Cracks in the floor may be neatly and
permanently filled with a paste made
from old newspapers, flour, alum and
water, thoroughly boiled together.
Advertised Letters
Remaining in postoffice, uncalled for
January 11, 1909:
Carey Jack Calkihin Elmo
Farrell Wm Fitzpatrick Nick
Haney Fred Johnstone Barton W
Kelly John J Lason Tom
Maddison Harry Zimmerman Geo
In calling for same, please say "ad
vertised." J. C. DAVIS, Postmaster.
CTbe 2Leavcnwortb i£cbo*
PROTEST ON LINCOLN'S DAY
Labor Organizations Will Observe thr Great
Commoner's Birthday
Mass meetings to protest again.t the
alleged invasion of constitutional rights
of workingmen by the court', arc to be
held in every city and town in the
country on Lincoln's birthday. Tlir
movement was started in Chicago by
the Federation of Labor.
Hot resolutious from a number of
unions bearing on the jail iratextcei
imposed on Gompers, Mitchell and
Morrison stirred the delegates. Speak
ers on the floor likened Judge Wright
to Pontius Pilate and declared the im
prisonment of Gompers and his asso
ciates would as surely bring about re
dres for the workers as did the cruci
fixion of Christ establish Christianity.
Notice fur I'libllcutlon
Department of the Interior
U. 8. Land Office at Watervllle, Whkli.
December -•■>, iuun
Notice Is hereby given t lint Galon F.
James of Telina, Wash., who, on July 21), IKW,
made HoiiH'slrml Application, No. ir.iiTt
(Herlnl No.(1282) for swJ4. see. 15, twp. 27 11..
range 18 c. \v. in., lias filed not of Intention
to make llnnl five .vein* proof, to establish
claim to the land above described) before
.1. K. whore. V. 8. ('oin'r. Nt hlsofflceal Leav
en wort I], Wash., on Ihe 'II iliiy of Feb., IIX HI.
(Claimant names as witnesses: Oliver
Bates, Clifford Relrdon, George W. Brown
and Hush Huston all of Telma, Wash.
W. K. IIAYNKH
.lan 1-211 Register
Notice lor Publication
Department of the Interior
U. H. Land Office at Watervllle
December 28, urn*
Notice Is hereby given that Delos W.
Fowler, Of Telma, Wash., who, on Oct. 12th,
MOB, made Homestead Application Serial
No. Ollfitt, for lots ■-> anil a, section ">, township
IT, a range l<i, K. W. Meridian, has filed no
tice of Intention to make final five year
proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before J. K. Shore, U. H. Com
missioner, at his offioe at Leavenworth,
Wash., on the Bin day of Feb., 1009.
Olalnuint mimes as witnesses: Marvlno
0. Logan, George W. Brown and Oliver Hates
of Telma, Wash, and William W. Thomson
of ('lllwankin. Wash.
W. K. HAYNKS,
Jan 1-2K Register
Notice lor Publication
Department of the Interior
IT. H. Land Ofllce at Waterville, Wash,
December UN, MV.
Notice Is hereby given that William F.
.lames, of Telma Wash., who, on .Inly SO, 1908
made Homestead Application, No. 02181, for
»A neii, *% nwH. section IS, township 27
n, range 10, c. w. meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final live year
proof, to establish claim to the land aliove
described, before J. E. Shore, IF. 8. Commis
sioner, at Ills office at Leavenworth, on the
day of February, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: Oliver
Bates, Clifford Keirdon and George W.
Brown of Telma, Wash, anil William W.
Thomson of Ohiwaukuin, Wash.
W. K. HAYNKS.
Jan 1-3 V Register.
City Dray Line
License No. 2
All kinds of hauling
promptly and carefully done
BAGGAGE TRANSFERRING
Distributor of Rainier Beer
Lee J. Howerton
CHELAN COUNTY
ABSTRACT
CO.
(Incorporated)
FARM LOANS
ABSTRACTING
CONVEYANCING
Co. Palouso and Mission Streets
WENATCHEE, WASH.
Estimates Furnished Phone 297
Res. 524 Kittltas Aye.
A. E. EDWARDS
CONTRACTOR
Wenatchee, Wash.
Brick work, stcne work, plastering
Cement Sidewalks
Cisterns, Basements, Etc.,
Aclilrrs* me til W'ermtt'luM' or leave
culls lit The Koho office.
Hotel Chewawa
Wenatchee, Wash.
THK plili'e for Li'iivi'iiwork jicuple to
Htop. su'uni ht'utcd Mini ejeotrto
IlKhU'd. Hot and fold wntt'r ami ti-lr
phone In every room.
European Plan. Cafe in Connection
AUSTIN & CO., Proprietors
Leavenworth People
when in Wenatchee
The Olympia
Best l r;»?l and Cafe
in Cer.V?l Washington
Ratci Reasonable
J. M. DUFFY, Proprietor
READ THE ECHO-SI.OOPER YEAR
Leavenworth Brick
Company
llavtt a good stock of chimney
brick onhand which are tor sale
In any quantity. Call on
J. B. dutherless, Prop.
and get supplied with brick
"Wi; - ALSO - LAY - THEM"
PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS
DX. Oh W. HOXSEY
I'mVSICIAN and SURGEON
lieavenworth, Wash.
W. W. ELMER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SUKGEON
Graduate yueens College, Outurlo
Offloe sad Residence, Kmil Krank BMg.
1.. ;m'imnrlll, Wii»li.
Manifold Typewriter Paper
For sale at The Echo Office
J. E. SHORE. M. O.
(JnulUHte
Trinity Medical College
and Toronto University
W. H. McCOY, M. D.
Specialist on
Diagnosis
and Surgery
Columbia Valley Bank Building
Wenatcnee, Wash.
J. D. LANQDON
Veterinary Surgeon
.100 Massie, Leavenworth, Wash.
will arrange dales for all
parties requiring my services
OPlce Phone 188 lies. Phone SHII
DR. S. T. HILLER
Wenatchee Veterinarian
AH Cilia Answered D»y or Night
ltestdence Oftlce
South Mission St. Kagle Livery
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LEWIS J. NELSON
ATTORNEY »nd COUNSELOR AT LAW
, Notary Public
Leavenwohth, Wash.
Office Telephone No. 1-5
Residence Telephone No. I--7
J. J. KINO
ATTORNEY AT LAW und NOTARY
PUBLIC
Legal Papers carefully prepared, and
all business before local and
general land ofUce, and
secretary of the
Interior.
Leavenworth, Wash.
J. B. ADAMS
Attorney and Counsellor at t,n\v
Notary Public
Drawing deeds, contracts and mort
gages, and examining abstracts
a specialty
Henry i'rass John X Sorter
CRASS * PORTKIf
Lawyers
(>i)lic over Columbia Valley Hank
Wenatchee, Wash.
THOHAS & SORENSON
Attorney lit Law
Room 1, Poxlofflce Block
Wenatrhee Watitalrgton
R. S. Ludlngton Fred Kemp
BLUDDINQTON & KEMP
Attorneys at Law
Office over F. and M. Bank
Wenatchee, Wash.
BEEVES & REEVES
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
AT LAW
Offices, Second floor The Wenatcbee Drug
Company Building.
Phone 53:
W»natche«, Will.
day Banuary~ls~Tsos
M. F. Peake F. R. Peake
M. F. Peake & Son
General Agency Business
Agricultural and Irrigated Fruit Lands
TIMBER LANDS
Logged-off Lands on Puget Sound
Mineral Claims and Clay Beds
Oorrespondeno* solicited «nii non-resident Property Owners
LEAVENWORTH - - - WASHINGTON
Best Light! Cheapest Light
ELECTRIC We "! P^. tofU™ish PLUMBING
and you with electric light at at
PLUMBING 'ess cost than kerosene, to Reasonable
SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost
TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO
HOT STUFF
for Winter
Newcastle Lump Coal . . . $7.50 per ton
Newcastle Nut Coal . ... . $7.00 per ton
Best Dry Body Wood . . . $4.00 per cord
E. A. KING
Commission Dealer Leavenworth, Wn.
LEAVENWORTH MARKET
MARTIN CHRISTENSON, Manager
Fresh and Cured Meats
Packing House Products
Wholesale and Retail EMIL FRANK, Prop.
s. d. QRirriTH
LAWYER
Practice In all courts
r.o.'k Ilox H Pb0O«
Wenatchee, Waib.
Hurt J. Williams Wm. A. Ortmstauw
WILLIAMS & ORIHSHAW
Lawyers
Wenatctaee - - Washington
Placer Blanks O E P C P " C ° E
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
ERNEST FORBES
Undertaker & Funeral Director
Parlor opposite Congregational Church
Residence opposite Mill IJoard'g House
All calls promptly attended
Mr* ('. O. Hall, Lady Assistant
DOES
WOLDBNBERG HANG?
Yes. He hangs wall paper
and paints. See him when
you want either of these done
1
READ THE ECHO $1.00 PER YEAR
lifcAAli 60 YEARS'
j^|n Ij^EXPERIENCE
>BjL»jr* -,'SjV" Trade Marks
*rwSS&BBW^ DESIGNS
"Frl" Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description mar
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably jjatentable Communica
tions strictly comment lal. HANDBOOK on Patent*
sent free, oldest agency for securinitpatenU.
Patents taken throuKh Munn * Co. receive
tpeeial notice, without charge, In the
Scientific Httterican.
A handsomely Illustrated weoklr. Largest cir
culation of Hiiyai'lentlUc journal. Terms, 13 ■
year; four months, 11. Bold by all newsdealers.
MUNN 3618—"" New York
Branch Office. 628 V St.. Washington, I). C.
SECRET SOCIETIES
Degree of Honor
A. O. V. W.
Leavenwortn Lodge No.
«»»»_ 33. Degree of Honor, meet»
.Xt\Ofjl^W every xacond and fourth
f **£*. ~-'«\ Tuesday evenings in Odd
JvilcH'—■Vl Fellow* Hall. Visiting sls-
IJt*.- ,i'l ten "D(1 brothers cordially
\SyQZjIifI Invited lo attend.
X3&,di&y Dora J. McCoy, 0. of H.
>^r!yr lOlstc Andernon.Rec'der
Ida Dauman, Flnanc'r
F. O. E.
r* VF. IZm
A.^fik Cagcada Aerie No. 038.
j&3&6i£s!^^. I raK-rnalOrderofEaglen
.MV .-^ meets Ist and 3d Friday
ill ■>.■*■' evening in 1.0.0. F. Hal
Visiting members cordially Invited to attend
P H. Peterson, Worthy President; - S A
Uurce, Worthy Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
■■*'■*/&"'-■ Hamilton Lodge No. 844. meets cv
i<^3s^S cry Saturday night at 1:20 In I. O.
'"»»Wh#K^ o. F. hall D. M. Thomas, N. G
Walt Meyers. V. O. 3.1). Morrison. Secretary
Visitors cordially Invited.

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