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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 January 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. N0.2. SIX BUILDINGS BURNED Leavenworth Again the Victim of a Destructive Fire Third Time in Seven Years the City Has Suffered LOSS REACHES NEARLY $25,000 Covered by Insurance-.--Already the Work of Re-building Has Commenced—Brick Blocks Will Take The Place of The Burned Ones—The Want of Fire Protection Very Much in Evidence. Leavenworth's third fire in seven years occurred on last Sunday morn ing at 4:30 o'clock. Six business houses were consumed, all of which were •occupied. The total loss will amount to approximately fifty thousand dollars. Plisch & Bliss and John Ujork were the heaviest lossers. The lire started in Adams & Burkes hall, which was occupied by the Wen-. •ntcliee band boys who gave a dance on Saturday night which broke up, sup posidly, at 12 o'clock, but in /act about •one o'clock. Just exactly how the (ire •originated is not definitely known. John Adams, one of the owners, said all was safe when he locked up. J. Nel son says when he ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 January 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO I)KU H. MAYAK I .... PUBLISHERS. jJ.NiI. W. LADCN I Deed H. Mayar I : i Editor. Sub»crlption }l 00 per year In advance. Address ajl communkattoDß to The Leaven worth Echo- IJnteje.d &i the Post OHice as Second Class mailer. KAY, JAKITAHV 29, 1904 J.i:T US DO v<>iii:t|[|m; Las); Saturday night's fire should arouse the people of this town to the importance of doing something to avert such a calam ity in the future. The utterly helpless way in which people gassed at their property as it was rapidly vanishing in smoke would, have been ludicrous if it had not been a serious matter. Everyone who witnessed the fire will admit that the rudest and simplest kind of preparation for fighting fires would have resulted }n saving one half the property destroyed. \ Half of the property Jost in Leaven worth by fires in the last six years would have paid fqr a water system and in addition would have saved sev eral thousand dollars to proper ty holders (n reduced insurance r...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 January 1904

Town and County Fred Phelps, of Ballard. was hen business this week. If you don't read the Echo you are 3>ehind on the local news. Miss Mary Briskey is visiting' her /rle,nd Miss Cora Aspen of Peshastin. The quarantine will be raised from <tbts re*is<?nce of E. L. Sprague by Sun day, tuxiord of Peshastin was a city visitor this moruiug. lie accompanied Mr. I.u.iti. Miss lizzie BrUkey has been absent from her post at the poet office the put few days, due to a, ha 4 mold. . Mr. and Mrs. C. R. #nkey departed Thursday morning for Seattle on busi nest and pleasure. Miss Anna Davis has been managing the Postoffloo news and book store dur ing the absence of Miss Timlin. ■* Mrs. H. Kushenberg called on the { Echo and subscribed for two copies. Wejare always glad to see thcladies. A dollar placed on deposit in the Tumwater Savings Bank, a home in stitution, earns interest while you sleep. Miss Nellie Ballou, who has been on ' A visit to her parents the past three weeks, returned to ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 January 1904

This Space is Reserved for LOSEKAriP OUTFITTER IN DRY GOODS.. BOOTS and SHOES HARDWARE GROCERIES AND- l „ :';V'',"".':; RUBBER GOODS L. LAriß, President. P. DAVIS, Vice-President. W. H. HADLEY, Cashier. TUMWATER SAVINGS BANK LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON. Capital - - $25,000.00 We afford depositors a place of safety for their money, and extend to all our patrons every accommodation within the range of prudent banking. In our Savings Department wo 1,-'.. .c deposits of one dollar and upwards, upon which we pay three per cent interest, compounded Heiui-anuually. No matter how small your deposit, we will take It and safe guard it fur you. Money to Loan Upon Approved Security. 1 THE MODEL I MEAT MARKET A FULL LINE Libby Canned Meats, Canned Soups, Fresh Vegetables, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard, Fish and Oysters. Everything New and First Class. Just Across From the Depot. L. W. BLOOM, Prop. ■ • ■■■ ■ ■■■■• -v^l F~ I Paint Sips, or Anything on Earth Graining and Paper Hanging a Specialty. Fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 February 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. No. 4. Town and County Charles Freitag ;md son left Sunday night for Seattle on butlueil. William Briskey, of Mission,was here ■on Friday last on a visit to his daughter Mrs. George Beam. V •> ..Mrs. F. Wettstein and Miss Bertha Pnelaii graced the Eoho sanctum by their presence this week. Anthony Si* ridan. who was taken down with diphtheria about ten days ago, lias entirely recovered. W. W. Walker has commenced a f^'anf building on the lot where his sa &3n was located before the fire. It will be completed in about a week. Frank Shofcwell from Mission, passed through town on his way home Saturday He had been up. to his ranch »t, the head of Mud creek. A portion of the way he made on snow shoes. The west lx»und trains have been lute .almost i-very Hay the past ivy. ek. The delays have been caused by extremely cold weather and heavy snows in thc t Dakotas. and Montana. "Miss- Graig", who has been absent from 'the sixth grade school room the past week on...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 February 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO DEED H. MAYAR. Editor onfl Proprietor. Subscription $1.(10 per year In advance. Address all communications to The T.eaven worth Echo. Entered at the Post Office as Second Class mutter. l'-I!Ii»AY, I'l.HUl AIIV l«, 1904 l»ssi)i,i run NOTICE The co-partnership heretofore exist - Ing by ami At</tweeii Dned H. Mayar and John W. Laden, as owners and publish-? era of Ihe Leavonworth Echo, is .this day dissolved by mutual consent. Deed 11. Mayar having purchased the inter est of said John W. Laden in said pa per. All accounts due said firm to bo paid to Deed H. Mayar, and all debts con tracted by said firm are assumed by him. Deed H. Mayar. John W. Laden. Dated this nth day of February, 1004. WHAT i,i{.irK>'\vnirru Ml IIS The following lines of business are not represented here at all, and it is only a matter of a short time when the«e openings will all he filled by enterprising and .competent business men. That .the business is here and has only to be developed is b...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 February 1904

Town and County Dr. Hex spy reports one of Jay Wy ekoff's children very sii'k. Mrs. Paul Trim, who lives on Chum Stick, is reported to bo very sick. Grossfatter Glazier has been sick for (ha p:tst few days but is not considered in danger. .Too Edwards, plumber for the We natchee Hardware Co., was in Leaven worth Thursday. .1. G. Debord, of Wenatehee, came in on ,ast Tuesday's train and has gone to work on the Mill Company's dam. County Auditor Trow passed through on his way home Thursday. He had been in Seattle on businees for several days. Ed Westbrook, from Seattle, came in on Tuesday and left again to-n \<< lit. While here ho visited his cousin, Mrs. Jay WyckolT. Charles E. Buttles came up from Wo natchee Tuesday evening and went l>aek as far as Mission on the early morning train. The following Mission people were •visitors to our town this week: P. Bel linger, John Kuelbs, H. E. Weymouth and Mr. Sutton. Dr. Hoxseyand Master Elwin were .passengers on the Wednesday west '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 February 1904

COI'RT HOI'SE NEWS The following transcript of the busi ness transacted in the Court House for the past week is furnished this paper ', by John A. Geliatly, Wenatchee, the abstracter, whose business advertise ment will be.'found in another column. Rcml Estatr Tranafern M A Filer to B M Char! ton lots 16 & 17, blk 45, Chelan '.'.I 100 P Hamilton to Mrs F G Hamil ton lot 12, blk 24, G N plat Wen... 100 W R Wright to Lillie Hovycll lot 2 in lot 44, sec 12 27 31....... .850 00 W R Wright to J M Beaumont lotßinlot4< sec 12 27 21........445 00 Mary Ralston trt A J Martin lot 7, blk », Ralstwn's add Leaven- worth 35 00 M M Foote to H E Dunham lots 1, 2 & 3, blk 43 Chelan 150.00 M M Klngman to Mary Long lots 11, 12, 18, 14, 15, 10 & 17, blk 8, West Chelan ...450 00 The M B Co to Chelan County pt lot 4, blk 3, Nob Hill, Mission 100 M H Stevens to Frank Burk 00 acres in swVi sec 20 23 19 „. .3500 00 E J Bryant to M E Palmer lots 9 & 10, blk 32, G N plat Wen 050 00 G A Ross ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 February 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. No. 6. PROFESSIONAL CARDS riU. G. W. HOXSEY, Physician and Surgeon Office In Smith's Block jl,eavenworUi, Washington nii. W. M. McCOY Physician and Surgeon Office and Reoiclenee at Leavenworth Hospital. Office hoar 1 to 3. I J. KING JJ. KING Attorney at Law. , Attorney at Law. General practice. Prompt attention to collections, legal papers carefully drawn. Contests, and all business - before local and general land offices. Leavenworth, Wash I EWIS .1. NELSON Attorney at Law Leavenworth, Wash. JOHN B. ADAMS, «l Attorney at Law. , Office in Residence. £ Telephone 46. Leavenworth, Wash. SD. GRIFFITH, • Lawyer, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 Phone 325. Wenatchee, Wash. FRANK BEEVES, Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney, Chelan County.) Wenatchee, Wash. (Office in Court House) FRED REEVES: Attorney and Counselor Court Commissioner Chelan County. Wenatchee, Wash. !Honey to Loan ". ~ AIMINI'W .Halle Notary Public Conveyancer Local Manager for the Wen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 February 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO DEED H. MAYAK. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 11.00 i>ur ytar in ailvunre. Ad'ltvss nil communicutioDS to Tie Leaven worth Kcho. Entered at the Post O.'lice ns Second Class matter. I'ltiu.iY, n:mu ahv 36, 1904 ani;nt this <MKDin.t('Y oi' m«. ATKINSON. The Wenatchee Advance asks : "Is it possible that any patriotic republican inChelan county con templates withholding his sup port from the Hon. John D. At kinson for governor."' The Echo hopes that tho number of those who will, are so small, and their influence so Insignificant, that they will cut but a sorry figure in the county convention that v.'ill be asked to instruct for him for governor. it isn't often, in the shuffle of politics, that it falls to the lot of one of the smaller counties of the state to furnish the candidate for governor, and county pride, if nothing else, ought to give Mr. Atkinson the indorsement of his home county without an effort on his part. His entire fitness, his satisfactory se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 February 1904

<:n:ii Northern llmi Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: East Hound: No. 1 No 2 Ar 130 PM npts 1 35 PM Ar !i 3R pm DeptsS43PM ■ No. 8 No 4 Ar 338 »M Dpts 238 vi] Ar 1 85 m Depta 1 40 »« Town and County . Jay Wyckoff lias a sick baby at his I house. Charley Walters, of Mission, was here this week. Dr. McCoy has himself been on the sick list this week. Walter Chapman, of Mission, paid tfyeavenworth a visit this week. f^ John Kuelbs, of Mission, the ice har vester, was up this week on business. Miss Rose Steams went down to We ! natchee last Tuesday to remain a few , ;days. Mrs. Ferdinand Wettstein returned Tuesday from an extended visit to the Sound. Mr. Keller and wife, of Chiwaukum, ho/Wo taken charge of Jack Smith's rSWn". 'D. A. Starrett returned Tuesday from Spokane where ho has been for several days. »Division Superintendent Hood's ear vviis sidetracked here for several days 'this week. Mr. P. L. Brender, acepmpanied by Mrs. Julia A. Sale, called on the Echo l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 February 1904

A SunKlilny Husband. A sunshiny husband makes a merry, beautiful home, worth having, worth working for. If a man is breezy, cheery, consider ate and sympathetic, his wife sings in her heart over her pud dings and Lar mending basket, counts the hours till he returns at night, and renews her youth ... the security she feels of his approbation and admiration. You may think it weak or child ish, if you please, but it is the admired wife who hears words of praise and receives smiles of comendation, who is capable, discreet, and executive. I have seen a timid meek selfdistrusting little body fairly bloom into strong, self-reliant womanhood, under the tonic and the cordial of companionship with a hus band who really went out of his way to find occasion for show ing her how fully he trusted her judgment, and how tenderly he referred to her opinion. In home life there should be no jar, no striving for place, no insisting on prerogatives or divisions of interest, the hus band and wife are eac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. No. 7. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. G. W. HOXSEY, i . Physician and Snrgeon ' Office in Smith's Block Leaven worth, Washington nn W. M. McCOY Physician and Surgeon Office and Reeideni-e at Leavenworth Hospital. Office hour i to 3. J.T. KING . Attorney at Law. General practice. Prompt attention to collections, legal papers carefully drawn. Contests, and all business before local and general land offices. Leavenworth, Wash 1 EWIS J. NELSON Attorney at Law Leavenworth, Wash. JOHN' B. ADAMS, »» Attorney at Law. . Office in Residence. Telephone 16. Leavenworth, Wash. SD. GRIFFITH, • Lawyer, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 ... Phone 825. Wenatchee, Wash . FRANK REEVES, Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney," Chel an County.) Wenatchee, Wash. (Office in Court House) FRED REEVES Attorney and Counselor Court Commissionei Chelan County. Wenatchee, Wash. CToury to Loan Ab«tract« Mu'l. NoUiry Public Conveyancer Manager for the "Wenatchee Canal Company. J. A. GELL...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription (1 00 per year in advance. Addn'ss all cointnunlciitioDs to The Leaven worts Eoho. Entered at the I'ost Oftlce us SeconU Class tna.ue»'. FRIDAY, JIABCII 1, 11)01 A DKRLORABLK SORT or MADNEBB The daily, papers of last Mon day contained a dispatch from Pullman, Washington, which ;s given in full below, and which if true, convicts the management of the Northern Pacific railway of criminal foolishness. It is such acts as this that raises the belief in the minds of many peo ple that corporations, if they had the power, would stopatnothing to crush one or a dozen poor devils who happened to be en gaged in some occupation that conflicted with the business of the cqrporation, or, as in this case, that conflicted with the business of some of the stock holders in altogether another corporation, but who are also in terested in and directing the af fairs of the railroad company. "Whom the gods would de stroy they first make mad...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 March 1904

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. "West I(':!i:' I: East Hound: No. 1 No 2 Jlt I 30 fm Dpts 1 3'> pm Ar S:« pm Depts 3 43 PM No. 3 No 4 ArS33AU DptsS 38**|Ar 1 85 »M Depts I 40 «M l»raven worth and BleiveU Stage. Leaves Leavunworth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 8 m. Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday at 7 AM. Carries passengers and express. ] Town and County Charles Pliseh made a business trip to Spokane this week. rOrville Bethel went down to Mission to visit his parents last Sunday. Arthur Storch, school teacher at Chi waukum, was in town Saturday. Roy Estes left for Ynkima last Sun day. He will he gonenbout a week. Oke Algren. of Cascade Tunne), was visiting in this village Saturday and Sunday. G. W. Lessenger, of Mission, was Tip Wednesday to attend a social meeting, —•of the Degree of Honor. Mrs. J. M. Beamish returned Monday' from a three weeks visit to the Sounds cities and Portland, Oregon. The Echo had a pleasans call &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 March 1904

111. (.ill wiin 11l Inks The following, taken from a late copy of the Seattle Star,points to a fact of on ly too common ooeurence but lacks a lot of adorning the story: "Oh, if I don't take a drink occasion ally with the boys they will think I am not a good fellow." Of course these words were said by some young fellow around town and contain nothing startling. Of course they were not. They were .used by a young girl in Chicago. She was a handsome, finely dressed and belonged to a good family. And she is only a type! Recently it was discovered by officers of the law (who are always the Jast to discover what is generally known) that cocktails and iptrltoul liquors were bo ing freely dispensed from seda foun tains which the smart set of Chicago frequented. Young women took their •'high balls" along with young men. Only a wink was needed. And one who is not blind has seen in cafes and restaurants in the larger cities young women with flushed cheek and dulled eyes, raising strained voice...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. No. 8. PROFESSIONAL CARDS i r»\R. G. W. HOXSEY, Physician and Surgeon Office in Smith's Block ILeaveoworth, Washington fgp. W. M. McCOY Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence at Leavenworth Hospital. Office hour 1 to 8. ■ J. KING „).. Attorney at Law. General practice. Prompt attention to* collections, legal papers carefully •drawn. Contests, and ail business (before local and general land offices. Leavenworth, Wash j BWIS J. NELSON Attorney at Law Leavenworth, Wash. UCHN B. ADAMS, ■* .Attorney at Law. Offcce in Residence. Telephone 46. Leavenworth, Wash. «C D.GRIFFITH, «•»• Lawyer, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 Phone 825. Wenatchee, Wash. FRANK REEVES, a Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney, Chelan County.) Wenatchee, Wash. (Office in Court House) fRED REEVES Attorney and Counselor Court Commissionei Chelan County. Wenatchee, Wash. money to Lou Al»tr»ct« Made Notary Public <oiivejanr«r Local Manager for the Wenatchee Canal Company. J....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Daan 11. MAYAU, Editor and Proprietor. Sub«rrl|)tlon 11.00 jut y.-ar in advance. Adilr*** all eommuDlcultonit to The i.o;iven wurtli Kclio. KntrrcJ ul the IV or.lee an Second fITITI nri'.li'i ' ■ • * . \.,'. » FitiiiAv,.nAlien ii, mot A rAIMOUS QUARREL. A quarrel that cost Jamqs O. Blaise the presidency of tho.Uni ted States, and had, pqrhaps.not a little to do in sanding that bril liant Senator from New York, Koscoo Gonkling, into retire ment, and undoubtedly had much to do with the dtssapolntments which that brilliant gentleman suffered in the closing years of his life. The incident had its origin in the house of represen tatives, when both were mom bers of .that body, a few years after the war of the rebellion, a 'period of time which could be called our Elizabethan period of politics. At no period of time since the organization of this; government \vo;v 90 many able men in political life as during the first ten years following the f close of the great war. •The ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 March 1904

Great Northern Time Table. j Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: East Hound: No. 1 No 3 Ar I 45 mi r>pt» 1 50 p* Ar a HP» Depts 3 PM No. 8 No A Ar 303 am . Dpts 308 am Ar 1 85 am Depts 130 AM I.en veiiwurlli and Blewett Stage. . Leaves Leavenwortn every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 8 AM. Leaves Hleweit every Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday at 7 am. . Carries passengers and express. Town and County Orville Bethel came up from Mission yesterday to practice with the band. H. H. Dean and family were visiting Weßt week at Wilsou Creek in the Big Htiend country. J. G. DeborcTs family came up from Wenatcuee last week and will make this their home. Mrd. L. W. Bloom speut several days .last week in Wenatchee visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Duffy. -Miss Stella Duncan left this week for :i two.weeks visit to friends and rela tives near Walla Walia. Miss Peterson,the new school teacher, went to the acunty seat Tuesday to have an ulcerateil tueUi extracted. Sam Merriam, brothber o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 March 1904

DEATH BY VIOLENCE On the Increase In Washington— Leads all other State: Death by violence claimed more vic tims in the state of Washington last year than any other direct cause, and this state, according to Dr. Elmer B. Heg, (J the state board of lijcalth, leads ,all other commonwealths in the num ber of deaths by violence, i$ proportion ,to population. By poisoning, drown ing, railroad accidents and various other like causes. 4H4 Washington peo ple lost their lives during U)O3, whereas tuberculosis, which holds the second place on the list as the direct chuso of death is only responsible for 440 deaths. The deaths by violence do not include homicides. The reports of these have not as yet been recieved, but they will add materially co the numbers of those who have met death in an unnatural manner. During the year 253 died from pneu monia, while 230 died from the various forms of heart disease. Typhoid fevor olainied 181 Washingtonians: senile de bility, 180,nnd kidney diseases 170. ...

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