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that Picnic don't forget the small bot tle of pickles, that makes a picnic lunch taste so good We have Mrs. Kidd's pin money pickles, the finest ever put in a bottle, also Porter'? Pep per pickles grown and packed in Seattle. Also Mrs. Randall's Salad Pressing, just the thing for salads or sandwiches Come in and look over our picnic line of relishes, jel lies, etc. We will close at 2 o' clock next Tuesday to finish the Tourist Camp site. Rutherford's Where A Dollar Buys A Dollar's Worth LEAVENWORTH, WN. Phone 626 J If you purchased cards from us last year you will be interested to know that we offer twice the assortment without decreasing the high standard of quality which we have always main tained in Greeting- Cards. Shop early. WHEELERS PHOTO AND ART SHOP. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. WE ARE PUBLISHING oil! DIRECTORY OF TRIPS. This Directory of Trips has been compiled by outdoorsmi n of Leavenworth and each trip is practical and follows well-defined roads or trails. These trips arc selected because good fishing, food hunt ing and delightful scenery may be found along all of them. For detailed information concerning any particular trip you would like to take please write or enquire of the Secretary "f the Leavenworth Commercial Club. ONE-DAY TRIPS. 1. Mountain Home Flume, 4 miles long. 2">i»i feet above Leav enworth. 2. To Peshastin Creek via Mountain Hume road. .'!. Icicle Canyon. Good fishinr. 4. Icicle Ridge Trip. Elevation 7000, good hunting. 6. Tumwater Canyon. Castle Rock and Drury Falls. 6. Tumwater Mountain Lookout trail. Wonderful view. 7. Lake Wenatchee. A most beautiful body of water. 8. Fish Lake for perch. 9. Hidden Lake is well named. 10. I.ink-Wenatchee River. 11. Loop the Loop via Plain, Chiwawa. Lake Wenatchee, Nason Creek, Chiwaukuin. Wenatchee River to Plain. 12. Merritt Lake. 18. Chiwawa River. 14. Wenatchee River. 16. Xason Creek. 16. Schaefer Lake. 17. Peshastin Crack. OITINGS. 18. Hart and Nada Lakes. 2to 8 days. 19. Snow Lakes, 2to " days. 20. Snow Creek Glacier country, unexcelled for bold rugged beauty anywhere: 4 dayt, 21. Climb the Icicle to where it hangs vn Stevens Pas>; 4 days. 22. Eight Mile Lake in wildest of country. Mackinaw trout. 23. See the false bottom in Trout Lake. 21. Lakei Margaret and Mary: 5 to 10 days. 26. I.yman Lake and I.yman Glacier: E lay.-. 2fi. Sugar Loaf Mountain Forest Service Lookout trail. 27. Dirtyface Peak Forest Service Lookout -tation. 28. Chiwaukum Lake Country and eight different lakes. 29. lit Stuart trip. 80. Other attractive Mountaineer Trips can be outline.-. We w,!! gladly help yon if you SEE US FIRST! Leavenworth Supply Company 9th Street—Phone 222 Local Happenings Be sure to hear Mr. I'ricn in the Choral Club concert. April 19. Wm. Smith, of Merritt. came r. Monday from a trip to Seattle. Remember the Choral Club benefit concert, Community building, April I *^* ■lust received, a shipment of black [latent leather pumps.—l. c. Penney Co. h. K. Brower and C. P.. Canton went to Wenatchec Monday afternoon to look after G. N\ lumber interest-. The ground* "f the Masonic Temple have been cleaned and "the city beau tiful" campaign forwarded to thai • \ tent by the pood brother? of this or der. Next Sunday will ho the close of the contest between Cashmere air! Leavenworth Methodist Sunday school?. Attendant last Sunday. Cashmere 2.".0. I.eavenworth 2C.7— come ami help us. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. E. Tholin went tv Seattle Sunday niirht to consult physicians. Mr. Tholin had develop ed a throat trouble. A report re ceived Tuesday was that he would probably have to undergo a slight op eration. WORK WITH THE CIVIC ' * CLUB LADIES and tear down * * all old. unnecessary buildings and * * improve the looks of your prop- * * erty. **-*****■***#******* Al Hoffman and O. A. Lee drove ti> Brewster Saturday night to look at a ranch. They returned Sunday eve ning. The ranch is the property of Dr. Osborn or Seattle, an uncle of J. H.Osborn. and is situated on the river across from Brewster. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet Tuesday. April 18, at 2:30, at the home of' Mrs. J. L. Maston, .'i;!8 Whitman St. Devotion al leader, Anna West; program lead er, Mrs. Sutton. "Mystery Box" in charge of Mrs. Wheeler. A ,-ilver tea in charge of Mrs. Maston. M ■-. Ethel Brown, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Brendei will be served. There will br- special music, both vocal and Instrumental, by Mesdames Curtis, Hylton and Brender. All ladies most cordially invited. Wanted—3oo men, women, boys and girls at the Methodist Sunday scbhool. 0:45. next Sunday. This is the last Sunday of the contest be tween Cashmere and Leavenworth Methodist Sunday schools. The win ning side gets a picnic dinner. Next Sunday being Eaiter, two programs will be given, one in the basement, by the Primary ami Junior depart ments, and the other upstairs. Both programs commence at ;>:4f>, the reg ular Sunday School hour. Everybody invited. You will find room either in the basement or upstairs. THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO See thf new Bukki at Motteler's, Kemember the Choral Club benefit concert. Community building, April 30. Just receive!. ;i shipment of black patent leather pumps.—J. C. Penney Co. Charley Shugart was down fwra Plain last week doing a bit of ti ing. * Plant trees on your parking * strip. **** * * ***»****«»»» Louie l.ukan of Blewett an'! Patrick Burns of SeattU . ■. > itc i the past week with Mr. ami Mrs. T>. .1. Grant at 1 eavenworth. Mrs, May Williams, of tin- I • lin hotel, returned Monday f •:. Bel linirham. where she lad been visiting relatives and friends for a week. The (i. 1. A. will (five their eleventh annua! ball to the H. of L. K. at the Firemen's hall. Leavenworth, Mon day. April 17. Admission, $1.10; la dies free. The Bigelow-Bozart trial is on at Wenatchee thii week. The defend ants are boya and are charged with murdering Jacob Weber at Wenat chee, Nov. 2<). Misses Margaret and Agnes Ma- namara arrived here Wednesday from their horn, at Everett to spend the Easter vacation with their aunt. Mrs. T. J. Logan. There will be preaching and com munion sen-ices at the Methodist church Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Come and join us in this Good Friday service. You are welcome. Mrs. 0. I>. Friel, of Wilson Crei k returned home last Wednesday after a visit here with her brother. A. J. O'Larey, and family. Mr. O'l.arey went with hei to visit a couple days William La Rose,a rrested some time ajro with ten cases of Canadian whiskey in his car. pleaded guilty Tuesday at Wenatchee hefore Judor? Porter and was sentenced to pa' a fine of S2"iO. A Directory of Trips is published this week in the space of the Leaven worth Supply Co. Three of the series have already hen printed. The oth ers will appear one a week, and it may be well for our readers to save them for future reference. After the second year in college, engineering students at the Univer sity of Washington are expected to join one of the national engineering organizations which have student branches in the University. These organizations help to keep the stu dent in touch with current problems by providing lectures and discussion groups, and by the publication of technical magazines. Mr. and Mrs. U. K. Brower left Wednesday for their old home in Michigan, expecting to stop enroute to visit in Chicago. Mr. Brower had been employed by the Great Northern Lumber Co. here for something over a year at the bead of the bookkeeping dpartment and he and Mrs. Brower have a large circle of friends here who are indeed sorry to have them leave. They take with them, how ever, the good wishes of all and it is predicted that the western fever may induce them to again come west. Frank Knapp and Walter I>. Schultz, of Wenatchee, accompanied by Mr. Tyler, commissioner of colon ization, passed through here last Fri day. Mr. Knapp it vice president of the Commercial Bank & Trusi Com pany an<l also president of the Wen atohee-Chiwawa Land Co., which own.- a large lot of lands at Plain and in that neighborhood. The principal object of their visit wa.- to make a thorough inspection of the road lead ing from the Brender school house on the Chumstick, to Plain. Before leaving they pave out the information that they would commence operations at once with the object of patting this road into such shape that it would ho available for traffic in the near future. They expect to have from one to two hundred new settlers in and around Plain some time during May. •1. W. Eliott has ha to be excused from devotional services requiring resting upon his ksees this week, due to (me of the most peculiar incidents i in his short life; in fact also one "■ the ■•■-■■• cases that has come un der the observation of hit physician. Bill isn't saying anything about it: neither is his physician; but the facts as gathered for the Echo are that Bill has a ranch which was recently vacat ed and in order to induce Mrs. Eliott to go out and keep house while Bill is engaged in planning that huge pri vate fish pond, from which he expects to live in indolence and luxury, he had to do some housecleaning and af ter applying water and concentrated | lye he went down on his knees and began to "mop up." Lye has a pc- I culiar effect upon knees not used to j bending and Bill knows it now. The doctor says that it i- fortunate that Bill is so industrious and did not sit down at the job. Seed time is here. A big line of bulk seeds at Motteler's. R. B. Field attended to business matters at Wenatchee Monday. Remember the Choral Club benefit concert, Community building, April 19. Just received, a shipment of Mack ; ■■■•• " leather pumps.—J. C. Penney Auto for Hire—anywhere, anytime, safe traveling. Phone 341, Leaven worth. (16-4tpd) Miss P,uby Long of Cashmere was here between trains last Saturday while enroute to Seattle. W e now have a complete assort :ii'nt of apron ginghams and per cales.—J. C. Penney Co. Miss Agnes Prach, of Seattle, ar rived here last Saturday to spend the week with her sister. Mrs. R, W. Van Tassell. H. G. Gate-kill was up from Spo kane last Saturday for a visit with Mis. Amanda Town an'! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hennessey. Sally and Hurdis Rice came oxer from Seattle last Saturday to join their father. F. \V. nice, on the ranch south of town. Mrs. Rice is expect ed to arrive Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Burgess. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Burgest and Leslie Burgess drove to Entiat last Sunday to visit relatives. They found the roada k r"o<l and had a pleasant trip. Mrs, R. E. Marble, sister of Mrs. (". A. Campbell, who had been here on a visit, left last Saturday for Seat tie. She will return this week for a further visit before returning to her home at Glacier Park. Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schwoebel, who had returned here last week from visiting- points on the Coast and visit ed at the Chas. Cockburn home, left Sunday evening for New Rockford, n. r>. Donations from everyone are * * requested for the Bazaar. All * * interested in our city should help * ' make this a success, as all the * * money is to be used in local im- • * provement work. * •***••*•••*,*,,,,» Roy Holmes went to Gibbs, Idaho, Sunday nipht to attend a school of instruction in dry kiln practice?. He !l employed by the G. N. Lumber Co. anl was sent down in the com pany's interest. Following the resignation of Willis L. Garey, as president of the Royal Raking Powder Company. William Ziegler. Jr., was unanimously elected to that office at a meeting of the Board of Directors on April 3. Mr. Ziegler, Jr.. who is a large stockhold er in the company, ha.- long taken an active interest in its affairs. June 1". 1921. a fire was left in the Chumstick valley by a tourist party. A couple weeks ago Judge J. C. Davis received a fine from H. N. Briskey of Farmer, Wn., to whom the negligence was traced. The only clue the for estry service had to the guilty party was a scrap of newspaper with the subscriber's name on it and a part of the name of the newspaper and through correspondence the man was found and induced to pay a fine of $25 and costs for his carelessness. William Barron, of First Creek, was injured and died last Friday while enroute from Chelan to his home. He was driving along the lake when a rock rolled down the mountainside, hittinjr his track and rolling it into the lake. Mr. Barren had managed to pet out of the lake and hack to the road, where he was found by Mr. Wild, still conscious; but he died soon afterwards. He came to this county in 1887. from Wright County. Minn. He was em ployed for two years on the Great Northern surveying crow.- and had worked when the survey wa> made over the Cascades above Leaven worth. The following program will be giv en by the Y. P. and Intermediate classes of the M. K. Sunday school next Sunday at 9:45: Sonp. "All Hail the Tower of Jesus' Name," Sunday School; Scripture reading, John 20: 19-31; Invocation. \V. R. N'orri-: Kx ar.d Song, "Love," Sunshine data; Instrumental solo. "Monastery Juanita Burgess; Dialogue, Ajar," Mrs. MeKinley'- class: . ■< hri.-t the Lord is Risen." Sunshine Class; Song, "He Precious to Me." Sunday School: Reading. "Missions," Dorothy Me- Clurt-: Missionary Offering; Offer tory. "Idillo," Dorothy Krin^le; Chor u.-. "Ho.~anna." Honor Bripht Clas.-: Instrumental music. *Crown Him." Orchestra; Dialogue, "He i.- Risen." Three Cirls: Address, Mr. O. F. Gardner; son?. "Thy Kingdom Cone" Sunday School. The Primary an.! Junior Department will have a pro gram :it the same hour in the church ■at. Parents are cordially in vited to hear the little folks sine and recite. Even-body welcome to theee programs. l__ I L. lLvS' " « *\~l T Sen'! the Children Here. We're glad to have'em come. We keep a mighty good line of school supplies for their benefit. Pencils, pens, penholders, tablets., ink; candy, ice cream and soda, too. We like to serve the children for two reasons— first, we like'em; second, they'll be our big customers in a few years. We're building for the future. That's why we're so careful to give you absolutely dependable goods. That's why we like to sell Dr. Miles Medicine*. We know they're reliable. We know you'll get ' your money back if they don't benefit you. Let Our Drug Store Be Your Drug Store. Leavenworth Pharmacy THE NYAL DRUG STORE. F. C. Olberg, Druggist HOT CROSS BUNS Thursday and Friday You can order them from Your Grocer Gartner's Bakery PHONE 596 LEAVENWORTH, : : WASHINGTON Seeders, Drills and Cultivators Make your garden profitable by the use of a Planet Jr. Drill and Cultivator. We have a complete stock of Rakes, Hoes, Hand Cultivators and Spading Forks. Let us figure with you on Plows and Harrows. Hardware Co. *Hr LEAVENWORTH, WASH.