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Clew ideai in apron., fancy work and miscellaneous arti,•;,..< ;lt the Ba- MM In Tholin's hall, Saturday. April Just Received SEED POTATOES We have received a ship ment of Yakima Netted Jems, suitable for seed. These potatoes are Gov ernment Inspected and Certified Number One, and we believe it would pay to put Good Potatoes like these into seed. We will also have a few early seed potatoes in about four days. Rutherford's Inc. Where A Dollar Buys A Dollar's Worth * LEAVENWORTH, WN. Phone 626 How About Those TIRES? BRING THE3I IN My Vulcanizing Shop is now completely equipped and ready for business. Leavenworth Tire Hospital E. L. BARKEE, Proprietor Located in Leavenworth Supply Co. Garage Trip No. 5 Tumwater Canyon To anyone living in the mountain.-, it may seem that we can lee all that we may care to while out riding in the flivver, hut. if you have never taken a trip up Tumwater Canyon, you have milted the most spectacular easy trip hereabout.-. You can drive to the mouth of the canyon ami leave your car at the corner of the mill yard, A. you enter the canyon you go through a 50-foot cut through solid rock and there breaks upon your view your first glimpse of the river where it tumbles among great boulders anil runs a mass of foam for a coupli t:f hundred yards. It i.- but a short ways to the power house of the G. N. Ry. and their pipe line, bridge, tunnel and dam will all interest you. On the right near Tumwater station is the towering dome of Castle Kock, while a couple of miles further you have but to look across the river to see the falls of Fall Creek, a goodly sized itreani of water falling from what appears to be the very lumm t of the ridge, dropping tumbling and breaking a distance that rivals ;• i famed Yosemltf. If you are quite intrepid and a good climber, no.- the river and make the trip up to the falls, it la worth the m v Then there is always the mysterious call of the hills, the magnitic rw splendors of th< towering peak- and the tumbling, boiling progTMl t\e river, that insistent desire to place a fly on the next pool you may come to, or. ir you care not for fishing, the daisies, harebells, butter cups rock roses and numberless other flowers and shrubs hold you attention and make pleasant the way. You will find it an nceelieill outing and an easy one but SEE US PIRST! Leavenworth Supply Company 9th Street—Phone 222 Lesli« Burgm went t«> Seattle Sun day. Bazaar— Basaar—Baxaarl That'a all the talk. Saturday—all day- April 29. Frost has seriously damaged fruit tree* in Ohio, the Virginias and Maryland. Ten sets of China Cups, one set to each customer, at $1.50 per set.—X. A. Nelson. I>. 1.. Woodruff has been re-elected ■ manaser of the Wenatchee District • Co-Operative association. The children will like those wool doll babies for sale at the Bazaar, Saturday, April 2!i, at TholinV hail. Miss Rose Jacobson of Wenatchee visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ma«ton here from Saturday until Sunday eve ning. F. A. Constable is putting the grounds at his new residence in fine condition and indications are that he ; will have a fine lawn before fall. Miss Mabel Johnson, who recently came here from Eastern Waahingi m has taken up the occupation of sea'ii *tre>s and has rooms at the C. K. Anderson residence. R. R. White and S. C. HolbrooV were arrested a few miles north of ( Chelan and an auto load of intoxicat | injr liquors in their possession confis cated. Sheriff Forsyth and Deputies I McClelland and Hall made the ants'. W. F. Gwin. one of the men who or ganized the North American Fruit Exchange of the Pacific Coast, which was recently sued by the Crutchfield interests, is now sueing the Crutch field concern for $100,000 which is claimed as damages. T. E. Paine and R. C. Rutherford went out Tuesday and put up a num ber of painted sipns on the road up toward Blewett Pass. They also vis ted the Blewett mine and repo.t thai it is becoming quite an jii titulm and that mining is going <.n at tliu best possible pace. The frame warden, deputy and a couple helpers went up to Lake Chi waukum last week, but found that the lake was .-till under about 15 feet of snow. They therefore returned here Friday. They had planned to begin takinjr trout I'KK-s finding how ever that this will be impossible there for some time. THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO H. C. Hen went to Seattle Tues day afternoon. ''. <;. Smyth left Tuesday for Everett on lodge matter-. Miss Olga Hanson returned Friday from her visit at Everett. Buy your seeds at Motteler's. Full line in bulk and packages. (18tf) P. C. McConnell visited Wenatchee last week, returning here Saturday. Jitney dancing Saturday evening. April 29, in Basaar room, Tholln'i hall. Mr, and Mra, ("ha.-. LaPointe went tii Spokane Sunday on a purchasing expedition. Auto for Hire— anywhere, anytime, safe traveling, l'hone 841, Leaven worth. (16-4tpd) Mrs. Van Tassel) and Miss Byrnes went to Wenatchee last Satin day for the week-end, returning to their school duties Monday morning. Ranger Nickel vu down from Lake Wenatchee last Thursday, returning home Friday with his auto which had been at Shugart's during the winter. • Mrs. Reed ami daughter returned to their home at Wenatchee Sunday after visit at tiu- home of Mrs. Reed's parents. Mr. and Mr-. 11. X. Feather stone. Lee Howerton, employed by Bert Williams, went to Blewett early Teusday morning for a load of house hold goods which lie was to take by truck to Omak. Roy Holmes, employed at the Great Northern Lumber Co.. arrived home last Saturday from Gibbs. Idaho, where he had been attending the gov ernment instructions in the .-easoning of lumber. The cut of lumber at the mill of the Great Northern Lumber Co. al Leavemvorth for one day last week was 116,000, This is nearly 50# more than the average <;it at this season last year. Mr. and Mrs, McElroy arrived here the first of the week from Spokane and visited the R. L. Leslie family and friends. We understand that Mr. McElroy will operate a stage line frim Mansfield to Okanogan. Mrs. Frank Varo ami the Misses Merle Green and Mary Conrad enter tained their friend* and associates at a dancing party last Saturday eve ning at the K. P. hall. Sixty wore present and a very pleasant tme is re ported. Word was received Tuesday by the Great Northern Lumber Co. of the death of Mrs. P. M. Cowbrough at Williams. Arizona, due to blood pois oning. The Cowbroughs had been resients of Leavenworth for a couple years and only left here on March 20 and her death was a great shock to their large circle of friends in this eommunty. Mr. Cowbrough hail been employed at the G. N. Lumber Co. 1.-re ar 1 is also employed by the same organization in Arizona. The proposed new law chancing school taxation methods and popular ly known as the "30-10" plan will be thoroughly discussed Friday night at 7:80 in the hi<rh school auditorium by one who has made a comprehensive study of the bill. Mr. Arthur L. Marsh, of Seattle. Executive Sei « - tary of the Washington Education Association, will be the speaker. As this measure is of vital interest to every school patron and taxpayer there should be a large gathering to learn of it at first hand. No admis sion charged.—Contributed. We have a car of Cedar Flume Lumber Place Your Order Early As It Won't Last Long. WE DELIVER Franklin Lumber Co. Everything to Build Anything. LEAVEN WORTH, WASH. Phone 541 .T. E. Champers returned Monday j from a trip to Seattle. One 42-piece dinner set at $10.00. — ! X A. Nelson. (18-tf) E, K. McClain went to Seattle Sun day on business for the Leavenworth Mercantile Co. Ranger O. F. Hergman was down from Chiwaukum Friday and was a s ■■ it at the Commercial Club lunch eon. Anyone desiring to study vocal cul ture with Mr. Rearick should call either 1-47 or 511 for appointment. Besi of recommendation?. (17tf) The fixtures of the old Rainier Cafe, later known as Andy's Cafe, have been removed to I'eshastin where they will be installed in a res taurant. M rs. V. W. Uice arrived last Sat urday from Seattle to join Mr. Rice and the two children on the ranch southwest (if town. Mr. Rice reports that he has a nice garlen started and much of it up. Okanogan growers have decided to 'cnain with the Northwestern Frail Exchange. The Entiat association favor marketing through the Dl Gior go Fruit Co. hut the Northwest Fruit Exchange is their second choice Members of Choral Society, please meet Friday evening at Community building at 7:80, for rehearsal for Apple Blossom Day. Mr. Kmil Gron seth of Dryden has arranged to di rect. No charge.—Mrs. Chas. Eck hardt, Secy. Tl. A. Gay. eitor of the Harring ton Citizen, was here Monday lookY.ir over the Wenatchee Park lands anil called at the Echo office to get ac quainted. He went home a great booster for the I'ark and this whole section of the ?tate. Come to the M. E. Sunday School next Sunday and help win in the song-book contest, The I. E. Sunday School association has offered sons books to the Sunday school in their territory having the largest April ay- erage attendance comparer! with Oc tober. November and December av erage. We need you—Sunday is the last day of the contest. Dick Volck. sun of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Volck of Leavenworth, left Tuesday for Hollywood, Calif., to purchase a fruit business from his uncle. O. .1. Feshol. Dick had been working with his brother, Charley, on the ranch just out of town, and the change to a fruit stoic in California will be one to test his ability. But we judge he is of the proper calibre to live through it. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Satterfield and two daughters left Wednesday by car for a trip which will take them eventually to their old home. Everett, where they expect to reside. They came here last year because of Mr. Satterfleld's health and he is now so well that he feels that he can again hazard a trial on the Sound. Before returning there they will visit down the valley and may go to Spokane and Idaho for visits. The X. B. l'ajre Corps of Cash mere Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic will be at Firemen's Hall, in Leavenworth, Saturday, at 2:"o p. Hi., to organize a corps. All interested ladies, please attend. aa only fifteen members ars require! to hold the charter. Any woman of frood moral character over 16 years of a>je can become a member. Our De partment President of Seattle will come and organize the Corps if "we Ret the numbers.—Dept. Aides of Cashmere. ten , gfjjyJyjiLiLS-,t7~r^ ! 0 ILL ~* i*■ i » v, \ \ | J —^^»— ■ ■ ft V » -, Send 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 Re Your Drug Store. Leavenworth Pharmacy THE NYAL DRUG STORE. F. C. Olberg, Druggist ■, sfgjßW»vmwe?fs«ii|j|| ROLLS The crisp all-goodness of these delightful "in dividual breads" give zest to every meal at which they are served. Baked fresh every day. You are certain to find your favorite among them. Gartner's Bakery PHONE 596 LEAVENWORTH, : : WASHINGTON Baby Buggies and Sulkies NICE WEATHER TO TAKE THE BA BIES OUT. GET THEM A NICE NEW BUGGY OR SULKY—WE HAVE THEM. OR GET THEM A WALKER OR JUMP ER TO GIVE THEM GOOD WHOLE SOME EXERCISE. >*S\ K. & V. B. $E^ Hardware Co. *Js|p LEAVENWORTH, WASH.