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!: '■ v '"■ l« and ion went to Se attle Wednesday. 1 I i: lh an.l daughter Lois went tn Wenatchee Wednesday on No. \, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stoltze were rassengers to Wenatchee Wednesday nn No. 1. Wesi Virginia defeated Gonzaga, big football gi California. Bert Hagler was up from ;; . • trains Wi ■ ■ Mrs. Hagler and their sons. Dave Rivedal came home on No. ': Wednesday and had dinner \> H family, returning to the terminal on No. 1. According I so f the dope-writ ers, Tex Rickard has made inquiries about Dodi Bi reott, the Monroe log ger-boxer. c Grant, who is running on the W i).. returned to work \\ cli pending Christmas with his ly I ere. Mr. and Mis. H. (i. Krollpfi Fi and daughter Carolyn dim,, to Cash mere and spent Christmas , I Shotwell home. Mis. (". l>. Dreman, of Skykomish, returned home Wednesday after vis iting a few days with her son and his wife at the Frank Haskins home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pratt ami child, who had been here on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pratt, re turned Wednesday to their home at Spokane. Harvey Robertson has installed an oil burner in his greenhouse, so that he will be better enabled to turn out a first-class product. He says that the plants and flowers are cominp on nicely. Mr. ami Mrs. M. G. Jones gave a Christmas dinner for relatives and friends. Covers were laid for ten. The house and table were decorated it: a jniiiue manner and there was a beautiful array of flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Huston were at Yakima to spend Christmas with Mrs. Huston's parents. Mr. and Mr?. Geo. Renville. Owing to his being a railroad fireman, this was the first opportunity Mr. Huston had had to spend a Christmas with his wife's folks. They arrived home Tuesday and Clarence went back to work. In soil testing meetings held re cently by the county agricultural asrcnt of Boone county. 111., to which each farmer attending was asked to bring several samples of soil from his farm, only one farm showed that the soil was sweet, according to re ports to the United States Depart ment of Agriculture. The owner of this farm stated that he has been growing a larfre amount of clover, sweet clover and alfalfa. Greetings We Wish To Express The Season's Greetings And Wish You All A HAPPY NEW YEAR, Thanking you Cordially for Your Esteemed Favors Extended Us in the Past And Trusting That We May Merit A Continuance Of Your Patronage RUTHERFORD MERCANTILE CO. Where A Dollar Buys A Dollar's Worth LEA YEN WORTH, WN. Phone »i2<i C. L. E■: n went to uen ay to -i» nd .1 ■ Mrs. \\'m. Stage, who has been quite si,k for some time, is reported i Improving. Messrs. J. A. Wilson and M. W. Starki wen: to Seattle Saturday to ■ .. a few days. M J. E. Oursler went to Cascade Tunnel Wednesday to visit Mrs. (lark a few days. Tommy Galvin was home from his '>'■>' es on tl <■ road to spend Chi Ist mai with Mrs. Calvin and their son. J. B. Schoni recently arrived after several month's abaenn I ■ ■ ing, we understand, in the appli ness. The Wenatchee World seem? to find <"nsi.|. ■'■ ■ I tee in it.- headline— "No Enthusiasm Over Plan to Divide 1 lounty." Mrs. Helen Fin ey and s,m Gordon of Seattle arrived here the first of the week to visit Mr. and Mrs. F. W . Ri . Rnd family. Roy I.arson, county soil expi eporte Ito have been made county agricultural agent, the two offices being combined. The plumbing job at the hospital has advanced so far that lathing «-ill soon be started ai . the pi:, t • ■ ■ will closely follow. Fletcher Gardner arrived hoti ■ a-• week from the Moran sc 00l to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mis. 0. F. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Harding '.vent to Wenatchee Saturday, hoping :•■ \a- . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harding return with them Sunday for the holidays. Max Kringle was laid up for a couple weeks with illness hut has been getting around asrain and teach ing his large class of pupils in mu sic. Miss Louis Rumohr arrived home Friday from Salem. Oregon, where she attends Willamette college, to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rumohr, and her brother. The Misses Hazel and [vie West arrived home last week to spend the holiday vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. West. Talbot ar rived Friday from the university at Seattle. Lloyd Stanley Funderbuik. former ly known here, was recently convict ed at Seattle of having narcotics in his possession and sentenced to serve eighteen months in the fedi a] prison on McXiels Island. J. K. Champers came over from Se attle Saturday for the holidays. He is an employee of the Great North ern Lumber Co. and since the open ing of the school year lias been studying at a Seattle institution. Miss Bessie Headley and Gladstone Pease were married at the home of the bride's parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Headley of Peshastin, on Christmas day. Mr. I'ease resides at Spokane. Rev. Emery of the Peshas tin M. E. church officiated. Last Thursday Chas. Northrup fell j in his barn and broke a couple ribs. The snow hail slipped off one side of thi roof and he was up on the in.-idf thumping the rafters in order t.> cause it to slide off from the other Bide, when he fell, striking a 2nn He was in town Saturday to have the doctor look him over and bind him up. The Mexican bean bee tie has Keen recorded from 10 new counties in Kentucky. It is now known to be present over practically the entire central area of t; is state. During ■nth it has also been re ported to the United States Depart ment of Agriculture from four new counties in western North Carolina. False wirewormi were much more -• iously abundant I an isual in Oe ■• ■:■ in western Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma, according to reports received by the United State.- De partment of Agriculture. In the vi cinity of Big Spring, Deuel County, Nebr., hundreds of I msprout .■ ha' c beei ■■< • ■ ivhile j lyinp in the dry soil. ('. \Y. Semmes, ..• • ■ the Cashmere Reco . v here Fri day "ii iiis way to Portland t>> ipend Chriitmas holiday*. He had for ly been one of the prohibition enforcemeni ileutha arvl had a no tion that he coulil locate something :n when he got down there. Same pei pli aii- horn rich and others !u<ky. Ted Johnson went to Hillyard last Friday to spend the holidays with his relatives. Mrs. Denny Smythe I • went to Wenatchee Saturday morn intr. This left Mrs. Jas. Thompson and her sister, Mrs. W. J. Foster, alone at home, as Mr. Thompson i could not Ret home for Christmas, so i they parked their suitcases Saturday and went to Wenatchee. Mrs. Thornp-. son to spend the holiday with Mi. Thompson and Mrs. Foster to visit I her daughter. TTTE LEAVENWORTH ECHO D. H. Cameron was at Spokane on business last week. Miat Margaret Hoyt Is home for ■he holiday vacation. Pete McConnell left Tuesdaj eve ning for Vancouver, 1.. C. 'Yh'x. Nolan went to Seatl i last Friday to spend Christmas th< • J. D. Wheeler came up from Wen atchee Tuesday on business matti Repairs are being made by the Great Northern Lumber Co. on theii ■ lam. Mrs, A. I:. Wheelei went to Spo kane Wednesday to spend a few days. Mr. arui Mis. Cicil Mason ol I.• ■.<■. enworth have a baby boy bom Di >ci 18. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mci passengers for the Sound country on No. 1 List Friday. Austin Reynolds went up t" N'ason Creek Tuesday evening to vigil I is grandfather a few days. Miss Mary Myron and Elmer fhu« lean, bot'.i of Peshastin, were mar iit 1 Tues la) at Wenatchee. Col. H. D. I ooley and wife o! Everett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Smyth over Christmas. Daisy Mclntosh, -v o had been home Cor the Christinas holiday, re turned to Seattle Tuesday evening. Mrs. R. W. Dolsen has been very sick this week and it was reported that an operation might be necessary. Mis. ('. P. lialil and son and her father arrived here Tuesday evening ami went out to Bleweti to their home. There have been a few small s-lide^ on the mountains near town hut so far we have heard of none on the railroad. Gene Haskins went to Seattle Tues day evening on No. 1 to attend to business matters for the Steam Laundry. Mrs. Sidney Kiefer, of Seattle, spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrg, li. W. Van Tassel. R. E. Nickles, ranger at Lake Wen atchee, was here Saturday on his way home after spending a few days at Wenatchee. Mr. and Mrs. .John Wunder and Mr. and Mrs. Smith arrived Sunday from Everett to visit at the Hodge and Wunder homes. Claud Hood came over from Omak and spent Christmas with his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hood. Tues day he went to Seattle. Mrs. Geo. Hylton same up from Wenatchee Tuesday evening to visil at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stafford. Margaret and Tommy O'Larey were up from Wenatchee Christmas day calling on friends. They re turned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Van Tassel! spent Christmas day at Wenatchee with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Van Tassel and Mr, and Mrs. Clark Johnson, Little Robert Taylor arrive ! home Friday from school at Coeur d' Alene to be with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. S. Taylor during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hood, who were over from Seattle to spend Christmas wit' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hood, returned home Tuesday eve ning. Miss Margaret Hoyt arrived home from the University of Idaho at Mos cow, on Friday and is spending the holidays here with her parents an i other relatives. Basil l.aiiK came down from 'J'ye Sunday and spent Christmas with Mrs. I.an>r and their son at the home of Grandma Andresen, returning to work Tuesday evening. Mrs. Madeline Tompkins and little daughter, who had been spending Christmas with Mrs. Tompkin's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I!. Huff. wen*. to Tacoma Tuesdaj evening. M:~ Todd. teacher in our city ■ t;\ed a visit this week from her mother, who came out from ■ • east. Yesterday botl went to Seattle for a few days stay. Otto Andeison returned Olympia on Tuesday. He an M i • ■ rson had been over there spend ing the holiday with relative-. Mrs. Anderson remained for a longer visit The Eastern Stan held their regu lar meeting Wednesday evening and elected officers and initiated new members. The pentlemen members served luncheon at the conclusion of the work. There was I gasoline explosion in one of the -mall supply buildings above town on Tuesday which tort down the te'epraph wires. We were unable to learn who caused the. ex plosion or how much he was hurt. Dr. Laws was called back to Seat tie Tuesday to the bedside of Mrs. Laws. The mild weather here ■ • . Christmas resulted in a tine holiday tsade for our si • ■ ill of which ■■■'■'-•. ■ ■ ty atl ■ ■ Mr. and Mi -. Frank Heath and children ret irne ome Wedni from a few daj - \i-:: with Mr. Heat , . ■ relatives at Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lindh baby were up from \\ ■■■ ..■■ ■ spend Christ .■ ith Mi. I. tn ■ ley's parents. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Lindley, an'! family. Over near Yakima, at I: thieve? stole about . .■'.-■■ - ■ a radius of abo I ■■ - j\ st be ■■:, c Christmas V still nt i . . _■ •.,-, I ose of ou people rpporte in such eircumstam <■- I hai the in Hanger of [roing »ithr it I (!hi istma; chi . i looked ; • and so far as known no person or family in ;' is vie nit; '<■•!■ --■•-'■■ fore spi •■: and ■ i - ioul •■ or to aid '. osi . ; Tl ere ias a ■• eal out Sun day evenini fi • • I in ■ ■ Ch; istn at tree, the Coi lmunity building be I " pacity. The piogi am ■. as good throughout and the little folks were made happy by the distribution of popcorn balls. Mr. 0. F. Gardner made a splendid - o I talk on com munity matters and the little folks as well as the grown-ups who had a part " '■:''< •' emselves proud." Mis> Merle Greene sang "Aye Maria" ac companied by Clifford Xewdal. The tableaux were very pleasing. Woodmen's DANCE Monday Night Jan. Ist Prize Waltz Jazzy Music Everyone Come Admission $1.10 tax included } * ANTISEPTIC f —\ Terv ctScacious tor sore throats V and head colJs-lcavessucha cool, clean feelinc;. Use it to pre» terit the Flu.' Throats ?praycJ with Klen;o resist all disease gcrnos. Take home a bottle today. Wheeler's Drug Store I*aT*nworth'i> Leading Pharmacy £^^ €t They II wear you gg^± I hey II wear you [ft yf well, my boy jC* v *<kST Because they're made of heavier cloth . -£*■> \^lj^y^ securely tacked, hip pockets lined and /* \S^^, >*?1^ *^at means ess mending for me." That I .' s t&__^-Jj* guarantee ''they must make good or QSHKOSH BGOSff BROTHERHOOD BXSfi OVERALLS MADE IN CANADA _ _____ _ SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BY Leavenworth Co-Op. Store PHONE 776 t_ZU_ _^ L^J^T___ _J " " -■-■■! Let Me Thank the People of Leavenworth For the Much Appreciated Patronage During the Past Year, Which Will Help Make the New Year A Happy and Prosperous One. Best Wishes and Prosperity for 365 Days of the New Year for You All. Gartner's Bakery PHONE 596 LEAVENWORTH, : : WASHINGTON -- i The Pleasure In Remembering the Confidence We Have in Each Other And Our Mutual Esteem and Good Will Is the Real Charm of This Season. WE WISH YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR '^111f Hardware Co.^^p^ LEAVENWORTH, WASH.