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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 March 1910

Friday -march 11 1910 Ukr Wfmlrhrr Maue Line Leeves Lenvenwortb every Monday and Fri clu>»tsa. m. Arrives at Tel ma at 4 p m Leaves Teltna every Tuesday and Saturday at Him. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mail. pa-taengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Mansle, Proprietor. Box 71. Leavenworth. Wash IEAYENWORTH AND VICINITY Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* Emil]Frank. of Wenatchee came up yesterday morning and after looking over his market business at this end of the line, he returned home Friday morning. Postmaster McCoy of Peshastin was here Wednesday. He says the bene fit concert for the library' fund Tuesday night was well attended and highly appreciated. The Scenic Theater is showing some exceptionally good pictures these days, you should go down and see them. A strong bill has been arranged for next Sunday "night. Roadmastei P. F. Conley left last Sunday for Soap lake with the hope of obtaining relief from an attack of mus cular rheumatism...

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. — 11 March 1910

A WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN Senators Dolliver, Bristow, Clapp, Cum mins,' LaFollette and Borah Are All to Campaign in This State A recent Washington dispatch to the Spokane Chronicle says: A sextette of "progresses" in the United States senate —silver-tongued orators from lowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Idaho —will stump the state of Washington in a whirlwind campaign in the interests of Miles Poindexter. The Spokane man will make the greatest campaign Washington has ever known for the seat in the United States. senate, and he will be assisted by Senator Jonathan P. Dolliver of lowa, Senator Joseph L. Bristow of Kansas, Senator Moses E. Clapp of Minnesota, Senator Albert B. Cum mins of lowa, Senator Robert M. La- Follette of Wisconsin and Senator Wil liam E. Borah of Idaho. These firey-tongued orators of na tional reputation will stampede the state of Washington for Miles Poin dexter, and the entire state will be covered by the distinguished party in the interests of the Spokane man...

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. — 18 March 1910

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 V 01.7. No. 10. MAY COME OUT FOR CONGRESS Jno. A. GellaUy May be the Stand-Pat Candidate from the Third District If John A. Gellatly, three times mayor of Wenatchee, enters the race for the seat in congress left vacant in the Third district by Miks Poindexter it will not be as an insurgent. To a Spokesman-Review representative May- or Gellatly said: "In case I decide to enter the race for congress it will be as a republican, pledged to all that that party stands for. If I should be elected I will not deem it my business to attack the speaker or curse the rules unless I have personally found one or both faulty. "I am not in sympathy with muck raking so prevalent on every hand. This everlasting denouncing of public officials in general by innuendo and otherwise is keeping the best men out of office. "The same can be said of the man ner in ...

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. — 18 March 1910

Che Xeavenwortb J£cho« 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, card* of thanks, notices of entertainment! where an admission fee Is charged and the object I- to raise money, or notices of any kind Intended to promote business of any kind whatever, must be paid for at regular advertising rates when printed In The Echo. When this paper la asked to push some scheme where the object Is to get money from the public then the use of its space must be paid for. Free entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any movement with the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community a* a whole will be Siren the free use of Its columns. No deviation will be made from this ...

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. — 18 March 1910

fridav fttarcb IS 1910 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS SB. Q. W. KOXSEY I'riTSICIAN and SURGEON X*»T«&wortli, Wash. v J. B. SHORE. M. D. Graduate Trinity Medical College and Toronto University DR. A. Q. fteKEOWN DENTIST In the Smith Block ATTORNEYS AT LAW j. j. sure ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY • PUBLIC Depositions carefully taken, lefral papers prepared. Real Estate and Collection Twenty years practice in the li. S. Land Department Leavenworth, Wa«h. Cor. Bth and Commercial SU- LEWIS J. NELSON ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW Notary Public Liavkbworih, Wash. Of nee Telephone No. 1-5 Residence Telephone No. I—7 J. B. ADAMS Attorney and Counsellor at Law Notary Public Drawing deeds, contracts and mort gages, and examining abstracts a specialty C Victor Martin Om»r P. Barrows MARTIN & BARROWS LAWYERS 1-8 83 First National Bank Building Phone SCB Wenatchee • ■ Washington Henry Crass John E Porter Crass. Porter & Thomason Lawyers Offloe over Columbia Valley Bank Wenatchee, Wash. THOfIAS ...

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. — 18 March 1910

BRlff NEWS ITEMS Of INTEREST Hatton, the first town in Adams county to vote on local option, voted dry at the special election Saturday, 27 to 22. Every voter registered cast a vote. The quarantine on Washington sheep which has been in effect for three years was lifted March IS, Secre tary Wilson having issued an order to that effect. The quarantine was for scabies. The bill requiring compulsory pub licity for election campaign contribu tions and expenses has been reported by the house committee on elections of president and vice president and members of congress, with a favorable recommendation. The bill was intro duced by Representative McCall, re publican, of Massachusetts. A Pittsburg, Pa., coroner's report Saturday gave the cause of death of Thomas K. Laughlin, brother-in-law of President Taft, Friday, as suicide by shooting. According to General Manager J. P. O'Brien of the Oregon Railroad & Navigation company, the losses to that company due to the floods in eastern Washin...

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. — 18 March 1910

jfridav fttarcb 18 1910 Lake* Wfiiaiihff Mac? Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at 8 a m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leave* Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at Ba. m. Arrives at Leavenwortb 4p. m. Mail, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massie, Proprietor. Hoi "1. Leavenworth. Wash LEAVENWORTH AND VICINITY Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* Attention Eagles! Meeting tonight.* Dr. Hoxsey and wife were visitors in Spokane the first of the week. Confirmation exercises at the Lu theran church next Sunday morning. Jas. McConnell returned this week from Leavenworth to his home near Burke. —Quincy Quill For the best cofiee go to D. M. Thomas, Quality Grocer. 9* Sleighs were discarded for wheeled vehicles last week, and while the streets are still somewhat muddy we are now doing business on the ground. On the first of April a three day meeting of the forest rangers of the Washington reserve will be held at this place. When you think of...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 March 1910

WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER John E. Chilberg ol Seattle, has lately spent some time at the capital, and during his stay gave to a reporter for a local newspaper an interview which has caused not a little discussion among those interested in the senatorial fight in the state of Washington. "With three candidates residing in King county and two in other parts of the state," Mr. Chilberg is quoted as say ing, "the contest for the seat now oc cupied by Senator Piles is exceedingly uncertain. If all these candidates go into the primary, it seems a sure thing that no one of them could receive a majority vote, and I doubt if the legis lature of Washington would feel obli gated to elect the man getting a plu rality. lam inclined to believe that the members would be disposed to dis regard the primary and go ahead and elect some man of their own choosing. When the above was shown to repre sentative Miles Poindexter, he smiled broadly and said: "The suggestion that the legislature should ignore the...

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. — 25 March 1910

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 V 01.7. No. 11. LAST YEAR'S EOREST fIRES More fires, but There Was Less Damage and Smaller Acreage Was Burned Over Fire played less havoc in the wood lands of the national forest states last year than it did in 1908, although the number of fires was 410 greater. The department of agriculture has just com pleted the statistics. The protective value of the work of the department is shown in that almost eighty per cent of the firs were extinguished before as much as five acres had been damaged; less than one and one-half acres to the square mile of national forest land was burned over; the amount of damage done to the burned-over area averaged but $1.26 per acre. For the twelvemonth ended Decem ber 31 last, there were 3138 fires in the forests, 1186 caused by locomo tives, 431 by campers, 204 by light ning, 181 by brush burning, 97 by in ce...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1910

She Xeavcnwortb lEcbo. Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription 81.00 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, cards of thanks, notices Ol entertainments where an admission fee Is charged and MM object li to nIM m> j. or notices of any kind Intended to promote business of any kind «-hntever. nO*l !>•• paid for at regular advertising rates when printed In The Echo. When this paper is asked to push some scheme where the object h t<> i«t money from the public then the use of Its space must be paid for. Free entertainment of a moral or beneflclal nature, or any inovfinent with the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community as a Whole will !«• given the free use of its columns. No deviation will be made ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1910

Friday Uttarcb 25 1910 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS DB. a. W. HOXBET I'nVSICIAN and SURGEON LuviuworUi, W»«h- J. B. SHORE. M. D. Graduate Trinity Medical College and Toronto University DR. A. a. ncKEOWN DENTIST In the Smith Block ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. J. KING ITTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC (epositions carefully taken, legal papers prepared. Real Estate and Collections Twenty years practice in the U. S. Land Department X.MY«nwortli, Wa«h- Cor. ttth and Commercial Sts. LEWIS J. NELSON ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW Notary Public Lbavbhworth, Wash. Office Telephone No. l—b Residence Telephone No. I—7 J. B. ADAMS Attorney and Counsellor at Law Notary Public Drawing deeds, contracts and mort gages, and examining abstracts a specialty C Victor Martin Omar P. Barrows MARTIN * BARROWS LAWYERS 1-8 23 First National Bank Building PhGDe SOS fenatchee - Washington Henry Crass Joan E Porter Crass, Porter & Thomason Lawyers Office over Columbia Valley Bank Wenatchee, Wash. THOriAS & SORENSON A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1910

PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS Joseph Harrison, senior honor (t*d ent of the University of Washington, has been chosen as the Rhodes scholar from the state of Washington by ih< board of trustees in convention *t Walla Walla. Seven candidates from the State University at Seattle, the State College at Pullman, Whitworth College, and Whitman College, who had successfully qualified in the exami nations, came before the board. The necessary qualifications are based upon scholarship, athletic ability and leader ship in student activities. Harrison is a prominent member of the 1910 class at the university. He is an honor student, majoring in English in the college of liberal arts. Harrison has won his letter in track, has been editor of the university monthly for the past two years, and has taken a prominent part in dramatic work at the university. The northwest vvill be extensively advertised as a summer resort through the California country during the Ore gon and Washington excursion which le...

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. — 25 March 1910

fridav march Z5 1910 Lake WrniKtarr Htacc Llnr Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at »» m. Arrives at Teltna at 4p. m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a m. Arrives at Leaven north 4p. m. Mail, passengers and express. For further particular* address Jop Massie, Proprietor. Box 71. Lcavenworth, W;i>h LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* Pat Gallagher is spending this week in Seattle. Garden seeds of all kinds at D. M. Thomas, Quality Grocer. 9* At the home of T. G. Jarvis, on the 13th inst., a little girl arrived. Mrs. Frank Brady returned Monday from Spokane, where she spent ten days visiting with friends. The little babe of J. McKinsey, liv ing on the south side of the river, died last Friday and was buried the follow ing day. Olof Green of Peshastin was here last Saturday receiving the congratulations of his friends over the addition of a girl to his family. The next meeting of the Catholic Altar society will be held at the h...

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. — 25 March 1910

CONDENSED NEWS ITEMS Governor Hay has issued a procla mation setting April 14 aside as Arbor day. This date falls on the second Thursday in April. Dr. Mary Walker is camping at the state capitol at Albany, N. V., looking after the interests of a bill she has suc ceeded in having introduced. The bill provides that any policeman arrest ing a woman for being dressed in men's clothing will be fined $1000 and be sent to jail for six months. The American Sugar Refining Com pany finished the fiscal year ending December 31st last with a deficit for the year of 91,395,850 on account of suits in which the company was in volved with the government. It has just been discovered that Richard Nugent of San Francisco, who has acted as juror in innumerable civil and criminal cases in the past twenty years, is not a citizen. It is claimed that this invalidates all the judgments in the cases in which he sat as juror. It is believed Whitman county hogs have broken the record for high prices in the nort...

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. — 1 April 1910

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 ALL HOME A PRINT V 01.7. No. 12. PROM PINE CREEK TO SCENIC Great Northern Surveyors in the Field for lower Level, Double Track Nine Mile Tunnel From a source that we consider re liable without being able to give the author's name, The Echo learns that the Great Northern is seriously con sidering the practicability of building a double track tunnel from Pine creek, three and a half miles west of Merritt, to a point near Scenic, on the west slope of the Cascade mountains. The experience of the past winter, indeed several winters,the great cost of keep ing the road open between Leaven worth and Skykomish every winter, not even to mention the money cost of the Wellington disaster on the first day of this month, is causing the railroad au thorities to give the matter of avoiding this annual occurrence serious thought. J. J. Cryderman, one of ...

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. — 1 April 1910

She Ucavcnworth 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, cards of thanks, notloei ol entertainments where on admission fee is charged iincl the object ll to mIH money. or notices of any kind intended to promote business of any kind whatever, mull !>«■ paid for ut regular advertising rates when printed In The Boho, When this paper Is asked to push some scheme where the object ll t<> fet money from the public then the use of Its space must lie paid for. Free entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any movement with the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity Of the community us a Whole will !»■ given the free use of Its columns. No di'vlat lon will be made...

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. — 1 April 1910

jfridav BprH 1 1910 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS DB. 0. W. HOISET P«T3ICIAN and SURGEON LuTwwortlL Waah. J. B. SHORE. M. D. Graduate Trinity Medical College and Toronto University DR. A. O. HcKBOWN DENTIST In the Smith Block ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. J. MJM9 ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC . Depositions carefully taken, legal papers ■ prepared, Real Estate and Collections Twenty years practice In the U. | S. Land Department &*Mr«awortb, Waih. Cor. Bth and Commercial Sts. LEWIS J. NELSON ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW Notary Public • L«av««wokth, Wash. Office Telephone No. i— ' Residence Telephone No. I—7 J. B. ADAMS Attorney and Counsellor at Law Notary Public Drawing deeds, contracts and mort gagee, and examining abstracts a specialty C Victor Martin Omar P. Barrows MARTIN & BARROWS LAWYF.RS 1-3 23 First National Bank Building Phone am Wenatcnee - - Washington Henry Crass John E Porter Crass, Porter &. Thomason Lawyers Office over Columbia Valley Bank Wenatchee, Wash. THOfIAS &am...

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. — 1 April 1910

HIGH COST OF LIVING The Facts About the Food Problem as Discussed by Allan L. Ben son in Pearson's [During the last few years the cost of food has increased from 25 per cent on some things to 200 per cent on others. What is the cause? Several big men answer. Mr. James J. Hill says it is "high living." Mr. Ogden Armour says it is "the law of nature." Mr. Judson Harmon, governor of Ohio, points to the "enormous difference be tween the prices paid to farmers and other producers and those paid by the consumers." The president of the United States blames the increased gold production and says that we live 'in an automobile age" —but he doesn't tell who's doing the riding. Several months ago this magazine asked Mr. Benson to seek the real reason for the steady upward climb of prices. He has discovered the fellows who ride, and Mr. Judson Harmon's idea seems to be the best bet. Mr. Ben son explains in the following story, the first of an informative series, what the producer gets and what ...

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. — 1 April 1910

jfridav Bpril 1 1910 Lake Wenatcbee Slace Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at 8 a.m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massle, Proprietor, Box 71. Leaveoworth, Wash LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* R. E. Simmons was a visitor in We natchee Tuesday. Beginning Saturday, April 2, every thing will be closed out below cost. Martha Farnsworth Coats. 12* Mrs. L. J. Nelson spent several days in Wenatchee this week visiting with friends. Lime and sulphur for spraying, per barrel, $12. D. M. Thomas, Quality Grocer. 12* There will be a public meeting of the City Beautiful Club next Wednes day afternoon at 3:30. All the women of Leavenworth are urged to attend, as there will be business of importance. Mrs. A. Brown went to Wenatchee Tuesday afternoon to visit with Mrs. John Clary, who is in the hospital a...

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. — 1 April 1910

HIGH COST OF LIVING (Continued from Fourth Phkd production per acre are what make the cost of living so high. These statements about the city and the farm seem compelling. They seem even more compelling when it is ex plained that they are true. It is only Mr. Hill's conclusions from these facts that are not true. His conclusion that the cost of food is high because city dwellers are relatively many and acre age production low. His conclusion that the people are not being robbed in the prices they pay for food. The point is that Mr. Hill over looked something. He overlooked the fact that the 30 per cent of the population who work on farms do not till their fields as the 96 per cent did in 1790. They use machinery. Noth ing is done by hand that can be done by power. And the result is that the American farmer has become a highly prductive individual. His moves count. He doesn't raise so many blisters on his hands as his forefathers did, but he raises more things to eat. And, they are t...

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