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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 9 April 1909

Death of Edward f. Neymeyer, of Peshastin Mr. Neymeyer, who was well known to many people of this place, because of his frequent business visits from Pe shastin, his home, died in a Wenatchee hospital, of bright's disease, last Friday about 12 o'clock. He had been a resident of this section for many years and was universally respected for his sterling character by all who knew him. Interment took place in the Leav enworth cemetery last Sunday and was conducted by the Wenatchee Under taking Co. A large number of friends and relatives of the deceased attended the funeral. Mr. Neymeyer was 33 years old and was a native of lowa. He leaves a wife and two children who reside at Peshastin. His mother also resides there. Mrs. Charles Wright and Syd ney Neymeyer, a brother and sister, also reside at Peshastin. To the relatives and friends The Echo extends its sympathy in their hour of bereavement. Booming A Town It is little use for the local editor to waste his lungs and sprain his spine in...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 16 April 1909

All Home PRINT At the head of the famous Wenatchee Valley, "The home of the Bifc Red Apple." The higher up the valley you go, the Bigger and Redder the apples grow Vol. 6. No. 14. IMPLEMENTS Just received a car of the following goods: Mitchell Wagons and Hacks Stayer Buggies J. I. Case Plows Mowers and Rakes Spring Tooth Harrows Spike Tooth Harrows Cultivators of All Kinds Can give you the lowest price on all of the above goods. Come in before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING |.|We are not equaled in up-to-date printing. j> <7 THE ONE BEST FLOUR Sj|| Wenatchee s X^fy Best HIGH GRADE PATENT FLOUR ________ MADE FROM SELECT BLUE STEM . SEAL GRAIN .MILLING CO. p A K'llVl^ \<rt WENATCHEC WASH- M-• /\l IVlllVl) /TL^l. 7 WEWTCHHS BEST. V. , .. ... t. c —- -> Leavenworth, Wash. Parchment Butter Wrappers at the Echo Office og.j-aL.VLD That we NEVER sleep/Wat/* _^^ You CANT CATCH US! CAPPING -^ ?a^v If YOU HAVE /YICHT CLOTHE* /WD -^ BCD CLOTHES You CANT WEAR. BlISTFl^l) TJH^ /MJL-mC...

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. — 16 April 1909

Che Xeavemvortb £cbo* Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenwcrth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR. Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leavenworth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE" A!! resolution* of condolence, cards of thank-, notice* of entertainment! where mi ■draiuluu fee l« charged and the object li to mis* money, or notices of any kind Intended to promote bu»lne«t of any kind whatever, must I— paid for at regular advertising rates when printed In The Echo. When tht» paper i« a*ke4 to puih some scheme where the object U to get money from '.;. public then the use of lt« (pace must be paid for. Free entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any movement wltli the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community a» a whole will be given the free use of It» columns. No deviation will be made from this rule. ...

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. — 16 April 1909

jfriday BpHl 16 1909 SEATTLE AND ALASKA NEWS Seattle Electric Co. Wil DeSver Twenty Thousand People at Exposition Grounds per Hour General Manager Potter of the Seattle Electric Company, has reported to Director General Nadeau of the Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition that the local street car company will be able to deliver and receive passengers at the Exposition gates at the rate of 20,000 per hour during the rush hours. The plans of the street car corporation have met with the approval of the Expo sition officials, who believe that the crowds will be handled with speed and comfort. Mr. Potter's communication to Direc tor Nadeau states that 160 cars, with a capacity of 100 passengers each, can be handled hourly over the Westlake and Eastlake Avenue routes to the fair grounds, and that the new 23rd Avenue line, which will be finished May 1, will handle 40 cars an hour when nec essary. Besides these routes to the fair grounds, the cable lines to Lake Washington will run a two minute ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 16 April 1909

NEWS FROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL THE PAYNK TARIFF nil.l, IS THROUGH HOUSE. FREE LUMBER FINALLY LOST Senate Revision Will Be More Thor —Committee Cuts Rates in Many Instances. Washington—After three weeks of consideration the Payno tariff bill was passed by thg home of repre ientatives amid great excitement. An attempt by Champ Clark, minori ty leader, to recommit the bill with instructions signally failed. The sit uation with respect to lumber was great relieved to the Republican leaders when it became manifest that the advocates of placing it on the free list were in the minority. The bill was introduced on March 17, reported to the house by the ways and means cmmittee on the fol lowing day and was under general debate for 16 days. One of the principal changes in Ihe bill was the placing of petroleum on the free list. Among other im portant amendments made since the bill came from the committee were those striking out the provision for a duty on tea and the countervailing duty provis...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 16 April 1909

jfriday Bprfl 16 1909 Lake «c her Stage Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri uuy at Ba. m. Arrives at Te'lma at 4 p m (.eaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at » m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p m Mail, passengers and express For' further particulars address Joe Massie, Proprietor itoxTl. Leavenwortn. Wash Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf Dry goods at cost at Keatings. 5* Onion sets at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 14* Emil Frank came up from Wenat chee and spent Wednesday here. Mrs. T. P. White is here from Spo kane to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Phelan. Miss Belle Smith spent several days with Miss Anna Tholin on the latter's ranch the first of the week. G. S. Merriam was here last Friday and Saturday. Rumor says he was looking for some cheap land. Mrs. Will Little came up from We natchee and spent several days here with her parents the first of the week. Underwear at cost at Keatings. 5 * Brick and Swiss cheese at Tho...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 16 April 1909

THE AUDITORIUM. The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle, occupying 250 acres of the campus of the University of Washington, will result in benefits for Washington's seat of learning that the University could not have hoped to secure in many years, had not the great fair of 1909 been planned. So the exposition that will exploit Alaska, Hawaii and the Philippines and emphasize the importance of the growing trade with the Orient will leave, after its gates have closed, a large number of permanent structures to constantly remind the people of the Northwest of the Alaska-Yukon- Paclflc Exposition and the place it will occupy in the history of the Pacific as the medium through which one-half of the world was brought in such close touch with the other and a tremendous Impetus to commercial in tercourse given. Seven buildings on the exposition grounds will be left for use of the University and the auditorium, one of the finest of this group, cost the State of Washington more than 130...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

All Home PRINT . _ , _________ _________________ _. . At the head of the famous Wenatchee Valley, "The home of the Big Red Apple." The higher up the valley you go, the Bljt^»v „ Redder the apples grow Vol. 6. No. 15. IMPLEMENTS Just received a car of the following goods: Mitchell Wagons and Hacks Stayer Buggies J. I. Case Plows Mowers and Rakes Spring Tooth Harrows Spike Tooth Harrows Cultivators of All Kii?^s Can give you the lowest price on all of the above goods. Come in before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING ■M] m/MbU^. Because we have everything for my j|Sj yftdi^^llf^ lady's dressing-table it does not follow W\ /sW?^=k.' '■'■' :'~» that we lave neglected to provide for 11^ a!i \i(C^\ K~**\ "HIM." On the contrary, HIS dressing 1/ jl I ||y? ls\'s£'*'l\ **^c is equally well considered, and we // JL^irt yM&P'iffi hare provided for him complete shaving // II «lji-^>iiiSJ |'' outfits that are sure to tickle his fancy, // II Ls-r|j^ JLaSo£&{ Razors, razor strops, lather bru...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

Che Hcavcnwortb Jgcbo* Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leavenworth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE" All resolutions of condolence, curds of thanks, notices of entertainments whore an admission lei Is charged mid the object Is to raise money, or notices of :my kind Intended to promote business of any kind whatever, must be paid for at regular advertising rotes when printed In The Echo. Whon this paper is asked to push some scheme where the object Is to gel money from the public then the use of its space must be paid for. me entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any movement with the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community as a whole will be given the free use of its columns. No deviation will be made from this rule. I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

rrtdav Bpril 23 1909 A PORTION OF THE CASCADE COURT. The Palace of Oriental Exhibits forms one of the twelve mammoth dis play buildings first completed by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Its lines are in pleasing contrast to the Agricultural and Manufacturers buildings, with which they are grouped, and their position overlooks the beautiful formal gardens and water display of the Cascades and Geyser Basin The exhibit placed within the walls of the Oriental building consti tutes one of the most gorgeous displays of Far Eastern art and manu factured articles ever shipped from the Orient, and is bewildering, in beauty and extent. Not a country of Asia is without representation, and treasures of old and modern art, never before permitted to leave the lands in which they were created, will be seen for the first time in the land of the Occident. The matter of arrangement of the Oriental exhibit has been placed in the hands of the most competent and artistic men at command and its disp...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

ADJOURNED COUNCIL MEETING Most Important Matter is the Employment of Engineer to Estimate Cost of Municipal Water When the council met Monday evening in adjourned session all the members but Councilman Phelan were present, his resignation having been on file since the last regular meeting night. After his resignation had been accepted J. D. Wheeler was appointed in his place. The request of the Tumwater Light and Water Co. for permission to extend its water mains on the north side of the track was granted. A communication from the same company in regard to furnishing lights for the city hall re sulted in adopting the meter basis, the Police Committee being empowered to make changes in the arrangement of the lights in the council chamber and in the jail. The Street and Alley Committee was given power to have Ralston street im proved at the west end of Ralston and Central addition. The improvements not to cost exceeding $100. Councilmen McCoy and Woldenberg of the Street and Alley com...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

jfriday Bprfl 13 1909 Lake Wenatrhee Stage Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at s a m. Arrives at Te'lma at 4 p m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday .it sa. m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4pm Mail, passengers and express For further particulars address Joe Massif. Proprietor Hoi 71, Leavenworth. w»>b Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf Dry goods at cost at Keatings. 5* Lime and sulphur spray at Thomas' Quality Grocery. 15* Mrs. J. T. Costello was a visitor to the county seat this week. Tom Costello spent a few days in Wenatchee the first of the week. Dr. Shore is in Wenatchee this week being a witness in the Praul case. W. L. Debord has gone to work in Debord & McCoy's furniture store. Underwear at cost at Keatings. 5* F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tI* Alfalfa and Timothy seed at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. IS* Take in the minstrel show tonight and add to the funds of the baseball club. M...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

[real estate moving] ll' The Adam Emig Farm Cut Into Small T^ad?'^ Ri'"g! I™' ' I I ================^^^ $75 to $250 I I We have bought this tract comprising 285 acres —- I I and the surveyor is on the ground sub-dividing it into an Acre I I 5 acre tracts. If you want a piece out of the heart One=third cash balance I I of this grand old farm walk out and make your three years in three equa | I I choice now, as there are only three tracts sold. payments. I I We have cut another 160 acres of the Freund ranch into 20 acre tracts— I I each 20 lays across the Chumstick has some good land, some fine timber, and I I water. Will trade for residence property in town. Call at our office for dcs- I I cription or go out and Mr. Freund will show you the land. Make your choice I I and show him your house. He will trade with you, give you a good price for I I your house and price his land cheap. L _ M _^._ l _ t - J ._ JUM^_M , ■ I I LEAVENWORTH, TON ADAMS & CARR] § Washington /^JLJ/^J t luD wr...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 April 1909

THE LEAVEINWORTH ECHO COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. Wenatchee, Wash., April 5. 1909. Board ol Commissioners met In regu lar session all memberi present. Minutes approved as read In the matter of quit-claim deeds (from w It. Prowell and wife and Sam uel Qultck and wife to i !hi lan I bounty I for road purposes tame are accepted and ordered r< rded by Auditor with out charge. In the matti-r of salary for janitor. Auditor is authorised to Issue J war rant of S l'."."11 for March and eacn month until further order. In the matter of resignation ol Mr Harris of Entlat, from the A.-v.-l. Ex poaition committee same is accepted and Thoa. 11. Atkinson is appointed In bla S In 'the matter of B. P. Beecli.r s pipe line he is hereby permitted to cross road No 3 about 800 feel abovi the new Peshastln Bridge and to cross road No 24 uliout 100 feet east of Peshastln depot, said pipe to be laid deep enough as not to Interfere with road work. In the matter of C. O. Rldouts plat of Cottage Beach same...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 April 1909

All Home PRINT At the head of the famous Wenatchee Valley, "The home of the Big Red Apple." The higher up the valley you go, the Bigger and Redder the apples grow Vol. 6. No. 16. IMPLEMENTS Just received a car of the following goods: Mitchell Wagons and Hacks Stayer Buggies J. I. Case Plows Mowers and Rakes Spring Tooth Harrows Spike Tooth Harrows Cultivators of All Kinds Can give you the lowest price on all of the above goods. Come in before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING JOB PRINTING AT THE ECHO 2-Acre Home V^ <J THE ONE BEST FLOUR iSm Wenatchees Best HIGH GRADE PATENT FLOUR MADE FROM SILCCT BLUE STEM te^^sSi 60- E. A. KING, Agt. J «m^»»- V> Uavenworth, Wash. READ THE ECHO--SI.OO PER YEAR ~AAY^^/r resolved %i££^ THAT they/\lu/aVS throw QUELNMv #%:BOQUETSATJHOSE WHO jfig^* ARE WELL DRESSED. jF^I > TO BE WELL DRESSE DGO IW^P^ TO THE PLAC E WHERE Vj V THEY KNOW HOW.TO DP/r" You well V\, -.BUSTER „.„•., THCOWIN& WREATH* J5 —- - / -^« may 1-5 upon u^. have you not ALREADY ...

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. — 30 April 1909

(The Heavemvortb JBcbo. Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leavenworth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE--am rwotttttona of eondolenoe, oanli <>f tbanki, notice* of i-nti'rtiiltiiiit'iiti wliire mi admission fee Is charged and the object II to MM money, or nOttOM or any kind Intended to promote business of any kln.l whatever, inu-t !»• paid for nt regular advertising rates when printed In The Rc.hu. When this paper Is asked to push some scheme where the ObJ«Ct I- to it<-\ money from the public then the use of Its space must l>e paid for. Free entertainment of ■ moral or beneficial nature, or any movement wttil the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community us I whole Will be given the free use of its columns. No deviation wi...

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. — 30 April 1909

Friday BprH 30 1909 ORIENTAL PALACE AND MANUFACTURERS BUILDING. The Palace of Oriental Exhibits and Manufacturers Building have a frontage on Cascade Court and Geyser Basin and look across at Foreign Exhibits and Agricultural Palaces; Yukon Avenue separates these mag nificent display buildings, and In the back ground the state buildings of Oregon and California are located. Construction work on these buUdings was completed last year and exhibits are being received and placed in position. The Oriental Palace will house the most valuable collection of Far Eastern art that has ever been sent from the Orient, and will present displays from Japan, China, India, Ceylon, Straits Settlements, French Indo China, Borneo, Java and all the eastern countries of Asia. The Manufacturers building encloses a vast amount of exhibit space and every foot of this has been engaged for display purposes by domestic and foreign manufacturers. The interest manifested in this department of the Alaska-Yukon-Pa...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 April 1909

NEWS FROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL WORK OF TARIFF FRAMBRS IS HEARING AX END. COMPROMISE PAPER RATE Taft Permits Wilson to Pursue More Liberal Policy Toward Forestry Problem in Western States. Washington—The Important work of picking up loose ends in the mak ing of the. new tariff bill has been commenced by the senate committee on finance. Wood pulp and print paper have been considered, and It was agreed that an amendment should be drafted by a subcommittee in the nature of a compromise be tween manufacturers of print paper and those who me demanding free pulp and reduced duties on paper. The question of the duty on coal has 'not been considered, but the committee has decided to recom mend the continuance of the present rate of 15 per cenl ad valorem on hides. Steel men have insisted that the rate of |3.92 a ton on rails is too low to give American manufacturers adequate protection. It had been expected that an increase to $4.25 would be made on rails, but It is now regarded as settled t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 April 1909

tfrtday Bpril 30 1909 Lake <i,,t, hi . Stage Lin. Leaven Learenworth every Monday and Fri day at 6a. m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at Ba. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massle, Proprietor Box 71. Leavenworth. Wash Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf Underwear at cost at Keatings. 5* Boots and shoes at cost at Keat ings. 5* Hill Bros. Tea at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 16* Girl Wanted—Apply at Mrs. For sythe's, near the round house. 16* Miss Nellie Anderson of Everett spent a few days here last week. Judge King's office now adorns the corner of Ninth and Commercial streets. Dry goods at cost at Keatings. 5* Blue Can coffee at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocery. 16* F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf* Attention Eagles! Meeting tonight.* Have you tried Wash-Clean washing compound at D. M. Thomas' Quality Grocer...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 April 1909

THE AUDITORIUM. The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle, occupying 250 acres of the campus of the University of Washington, will result in benefits for Washington's seat of learning that the University could not have hoped to secure In many years, had not the great fair of 1909 been planned. So the exposition that will exploit Alaska, Hawaii and the Philippines and emphasize the importance of the growing trade with the Orient will leave, after its gates have closed, a large number of permanent structures to constantly remind the people of the Northwest of the Alaska-Yukon- Pacific Exposition and the place it will occupy in the history of the Pacific as the medium through which one-half of the world was brought In such close touch with the other and a tremendous Impetus to commercial in tercourse given. Seven buildings on the exposition grounds will be left for use of the University and the auditorium, one of the finest of this group, cost the State of Washington more than $30...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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