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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 16 September 1910

Jfridav September 16 1910 NATIONAL FOREST PLAYGROUND Thousands of People Spend Their Annual Vacation (.imping Out in the National Forests Before the year's outing season is over nearly half a million persons will have sought recreation and health in the national forests of the United States. According to the record of the U. S. department of agriculture the total last year was in close figures 406,775. With the finest mountain scenery and much of the best fishing and big game hunting in the United States, the na tional forests, made more and more ac cessible each year thru protection and development by the government, are fast becoming great national play grounds for the people. The use of the forests for recreation is as yet in its beginning, but is grow ing steadily and rapidly —in some of the forests at the rate of 100 per cent per annum. The day seems not far distant when a million persons will an nually visit them. The records show that the seasonal use of the forests runs from...

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 September 1910

The FOURTH ESTATE Novelized by Frederick R. Toombs From the Great Play of the Same Name by Joseph Medill Patter son and Harriet Ford. Cmivi-iglit. 1800. by Joseph Medlll Patterson md Harriet Ford. features, and the low cut neck of her sleeveless gown completed a [picture of feminine loveliness that, innocently enough on her part, was admirably adapted to the purpose Judge Bartelmy had in his unprincipled mind when he sent her to the Advance office. "You are my only hope," he had told her after Dupuy had at tlrst failed to lo cate Nolan. "You must go and plead with Wheeler Brand or else I am ruined. Your father will be ruined ab solutely." At the sight of her father's emotion aud yielding to the fervent pleadings of her only living parent she had willingly consented to under take the mission. Unpleasant though she knew it would be, she believed it her duty to stand by in his hour of dire need the father whom .she loved, the father whom she did not know. As she entered the office and ...

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 September 1910

Jfriday September 16 1910 I,tike Wi-iiHifhcc Stmizv I.in. Leaves Leavcuw ortli every Monday and Fri day at H a m. Arrives at Te'.ma at ip. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday nt Sa. ru. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mai!, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joo Massie, Proprietor. 1)0*71. Lcavenworth. Wash LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* F. S. Jacobson was in Wenatchee Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shugart were down from their Chewawa river ranch on Tuesday. Mrs. M. Burke, of Spokane, has been the guest of Mrs. Thomas Smith the past week. Miss Francis Mitchell, sister of Alvin Mitchell, is here on a visit. Her home is in Montana. Juan Smith is around again, after a run of the fever, receiving the congrat ulations of his friends. E. A. King came over from Everett Tuesday to look over his apple orchard and incidentally to vote. Walter Swalwell of Everett was here this week. He is the possessor of a fine appl...

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. — 16 September 1910

NEWS Of PACIFIC NORTHWEST It is estimated that the Yakima val ley hop crop this year will be between 11,000 and 12,000 bales. In the arid country south of Wenat chee some excellent fruit is being raised without irrigation. Domestic or chards are well loaded with fruit that is coloring nicely. The trees are healthy and make a good growth. Experienced fruit growers warn the raisers of the Jonathan and Grimes Gol den varieties to be particular about early picking, as experience has proved that they must be handled much like Bartlett pears, and must not be allowed to get overripe on the trees. If picked early it is claimed they will keep until February, while if left on the trees after they are ripe they will spoil before Thanksgiving. A Boston syndicate, known as the Boston and Washington Orchard Asso ciation, and represented by W. N. Mears, has purchased 700 acres of land near the city of Okanogan, which will be platted in orchard tracts. An ex penditure of 8250,000 is involved. On Se...

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 September 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 A LL HOMO A PRINT V 01.7. No. 37. HILL PREACHES PROSPERITY Says the Country is All Right and no Rea son Exists for a Calamity Howl James J. Hill, the "Empire Builder," the "Father of the Northwest," cannot see why the business men of the coun try should at present fear to engage in new enterprises, nor can he see any reason whatever for the semi-paralysis which is gradually creeping over the United States. "it's only a senseless lack of confi dence," said Mr. Hill, in an interview just given out. "And why this lack of confidence? Some man, somewhere, has grown timid over something or other and has cried 'boo' at his neigh bor. His neighbor probably jumped and the next fellow took fright without knowing why he was frightened. And so on. It's just like a flock of sheep. If one starts to run, every sheep in the flock will follow, even if th...

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. — 23 September 1910

Cbe Hcavcnwortb i£cbo. 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 thank*, notices of entertainment* where an admission fee la charged and the object i- to raise money, or notice! of an» 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 1» Baked to push some soheme where the object i- to get money from the public then the use of it- 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 as a whole will be given the free use of Its columns. No deviation will lie mode from tills rul...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 September 1910

The FOURTH ESTATE Novelized by Frederick R. Toombs From the Great Play of the Same Name by Joseph Medill Patter son and Harriet Ford. Copyright. 1900. by Joseph Medill Patterson md Harriet Ford. lsh that way. You'll have about six boars, Judge, before that ator^la read by the public." Judith, too, was ready to admit that her last and culminating effort bad been in vain. Wearied and unstrung, she raised herself from the fatal form that was to besmirch the name and the father that had been her source of pride. She crossed over toward her father, who stood silent and despair ingly in the shadow of one of the lino type machines. "Goodby, Wheeler. I am going out of your life forever. I;t m sorry it had to end like this—ail our plans, all our hopes"— The thought of the happy moments that she had spent with Wheeler, j building air castles for their future when they would be man and Wife. came over her. It swept down the wall of reserve and determination with which she had deemed it necessa...

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. — 23 September 1910

tfrfdav September 23 1910 THE LEAVENWORTH MERCANTILE CO. m- General Merchandising THE BIG STORE LEAVENWORTH, WASH. ipßw^—--^f lb^^^i^^^^^>^W ft i*J^~^^?^Kr ■*"■*"'' ", f^^V'-S-fh^*i-*^^^^s?^K'- '?^?^T liS A complete Washington H C Sm:-^ fl^* P XT f"*T? AXJAT\/T ?4?F -111 T "C r~*T> amt ■ H^ g Shoes, Harness Saddles Iffl The Leading Tailor 1 HOTEL l!|il)jli%P REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS S^SSTSTSiSSiS | ife&fP BEST HOTEL i» LMVEHMRIH w.llm*""""*" imts twenty dollars and up jg '•.'y;.'.' :'""-i „,,r* t''-^ "J^* ..,,.,.■. /■'" ''r,r:';':'',ffi<sn ■—i....,,,,.,. _. } ■-~~~ ~*~ TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCK OF S '^HBi^ WOOD FEED CDbe 2Lcavcnwortb iScbo.

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 September 1910

Friday September 23 1910 I.akr \\ • iiiik !i, i Mhuc I.ln. Leaves Leaviuworth every Monday uno Fri day iit 8 a m. Arrives at Tumi lit 4p. m Leaves ■ ■••■■■ ■ Tuesday mid Saturday at Ba. m. Arrives at r>^iveiixorih 4p. m Mull, passengers anj express. For further particulars address Joe Massie, Proprietor Kox Tl< Leavenworth. Mb LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* Del McCoy was up from Peshastin on Wednesday. Mrs. A. H. Anderson is building a new bungalo in the east end of town. Joe Massie is putting up a new building in the east part of town which will be used for a milk depot. Mr. J. S. Smith, who has been suf fering from an attack of typhoid fever for the past few weeks, is improving. M. A. Gohlman returned Tuesday from a trip to the Quincy district where he purchased a fine looking bay team. The Wenatchee Valley Improve ment Co. recently added a new buggy and team to their land-selling equip ment. Mrs. James Mackey arrived from Everett Wedne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 September 1910

CORPORATIONS AND MONOPOLY Behind the State Rights Issue-Opposes Principles Advocated by Roose vell and Bryan Arthur Wallace Dunn, in the Wash ington Post, says: Half a century ago states' rights was among the most important issues be fore the country. Then the rights of the states were insisted upon because those rights meant the preservation of slavery. Now states' rights has become important because the rights of the states are invoked to prevent property control and regulation; to prevent the spread of the "new nationalism" which received such impetus as a result of the Roosevelt speech at Osawatomie. When about 30 years ago monopoly was attacked in different states, and railroads were made subjects of re strictive "granger" legislation, monop oly and the railroads fled to the shelter of the federal government and found refuge under the interstate commerce clause of the constitution. But the people pursued the fugitives, and con gress enacted an interstate commerce law in 1887. I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 September 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 A LL HOMO A PRINT Vol. 7. No. 38. OLD SETTLERS' ANNUAL PICNIC Over Three Hundred Old Settlers and Vis itors Gather at Freytag Ranch to Spend the Day The Old Settlers' annual picnic and reunion took place last Sunday on the Charles Kreytag place. More than 300 old settlers and their visitors took ad vantage of the meeting to spend the day in the woods. Arrangements were made with the Wenatchee Valley & Northern railway to furnish a special train for the occas ion. Four cars were provided, and promptly at 9 o'clock the train pulled out. The place selected for the picnic, Mr. Freytag's ranch, is located about seven miles up the Churastick valley, and is an ideal place for such a gather ing. Everybody went to work immedi ately on arrival to prepare the big feast. Nothing was lacking. In spite of the large crowd that was present, the ac c...

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 September 1910

Che Xcavcnwortb Echo. Entered at the Postoffice of I^avenworth. Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR. Editor «nd Proprietor Itsued every Friday. Subscription $1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Larva Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE" All resolutions of condolence, eardi of thank*, notices Ot aotcrtalnmenta where »n admission fee Is charred «nd I!- attfee) Is to raise money, or notices of «ny kind intended to promote business of any kind » hatewr. must he paid for at roffutar advertlslne rates wb«a printed In The Ki-ho. When this paper Is asked to posh iwmi> wheme »hert> tbe o!0<x-t Is lo g+l mon.y fix>m the puMic then the use of its space must be paid for. Free entertainment of ■ moral or beneficial nature, or any movement «it It the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community as a » hole »11l he grlven the free use of its ill:,-. No deviation mill »• made fr...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 September 1910

jftiday September 30 1910 >^JQEKAJf Copyright Imn bjrO. 11. RJeth. October October is from the Latin Octo, meaning eight, and it was formerly the eighth month of the year. This brought the football season around at a time when there was grave danger of being suffocated before the ball was even put into play, and there was a great deal of dissatisfaction at the old Greek and Roman universities. A change was frequently talked of, but it remained for Numa Pompilius, who was one of the early friends of educa tion, to do anything about it. In 713 B. C. he moved October along to its present place in the calendar, and now the quarterback on a football team al ways says before snapping the ball, Numa, Numa, B. C. Come seven, One, three! After which the rooters, who reached a very high state of proficiency in the latter days of Numa, recite: Numa, JNuma, Boomalooma, Come seven, One, three, 8.C., Whoopee! Siwash! or whatever the name of the school is, as you may hear them doing any time th...

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 September 1910

The Girl From the Effete East By ARTHUR DENSMORE Copyright. 1909. by Ainrncin Pr»«» As- I __ lAKHINUTON was completing £3 I his iirst year of practice when i fe™~3?| Theodore Tuppenbelm arrived rat^BPl In Kuiicklcvlllo. Mr. Tuppon heiui was selling stuck in the Charita ble Coiii Mining company at 5 cents per ■bare, price to advance to 10 cents at the cud of thirty days. Incidentally be found time to foster in Harrington's bosom the spirit of discontent which ten months' fruitless waiting for clients bad engendered, if ho were a clever. clean cot young man like Harrington, did Baningtuo know what he'd do* Move west He wouldn't fritter away bis time In a moaabacked Now ling land hamlet whore people looked down on a fellow just because they'd known him nil his life ami could remember when he was a little shaver and wont with patches on bis trousers. No. sir. He'd Just gather together his earthly possessions and take the first train for Gilt Gulch, Nov. There was the coming town; there ...

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 September 1910

tfridav September 30 1910 I •!.. \% i'Hhl. In << Macr Line Leaves Leaveiiwortb every Monday and Frl ilaj .it H:i mi. Arrives at Trim aat-Ip. m. leaves Talma every Tuesday and SaturCay nt sa. ni. Arrives at Lcavenworlh 4p. m. Mail, passonptTrt and expresH, For further ivwllrulars addrexa Joe Massle, Proprietor. Hex 71, Leavenworta. Wash LtAVCNWORTH LOCALS Reliance is the best 40c coffee in the world. 2tf* Frank Meeker was in town the first of the week. Harry Gurds is putting up a new three-room cottage on the north side. Mrs. Del McCoy, of Peshastin, was a guest of Mrs. Al Meisner on Wed nesday. Charley Shugart took the train Wed lor Seattle and will be away for several days. D. H. Mayar attended the non partisan judiciary convention at Ta coma this week. Mrs. G. W. Briskey is spending a few days in town with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Andrews. Milton Dunlap, of Tacoma, spent several days here last week visiting his brother, T. C. Dunlap. The boys at the school house have a new f...

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 September 1910

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS furnished by the Chelan County Alislr.nl Company, for the Week Ending September 24. 1910 Frank Dorn to H J Hobart, n ' ■n ' ■ nw.'.t 9-24-19, $650. W VV C Wall to J P Wall, 20 acres in sw'4 16-23-19, 810. C J Trow to G L Richardson, lots 1 -2 blk 26 Chelan, 8500. O F Dickson to R P Harris, part lot 16 blk 30 Chelan, 81200. F H Cole to F H Cole et al, !.< int s'.MieUse.U 15-22-20. J T Compton to Frank Gladish, 1 acre inswUsw.U 27-22-20, 875. J S Albin toßooert Games, 11 acres in *,'•-• 3-25-20, $1. Robert Games to J S Albin, 10 acres in twH»tH 3-25-20, $1. O R Nestos to G H Layman, e,'j\v .'■-• ne'.mw.U' 3-21-21, 81. Edw Reiman to E H Rowland, rnH lots 11-12-13 Cozy Cove Orchards,B7, --750. S B Russell, admr, to B F Little, lots 4-5 nettieji 33-32-18 and lot 1 4-31-18, 81650. A N Courtway to Lizzie A Courtway, blk 4 Suburban Home add Wen, 81. P P Holcomb et al to E S Brown,lot 7 Sunnyslope Farms, 87700. C C Bacon to E J Brown, ,'i int lots 9-10 blk 29 G N pla...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 7 October 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 A LL HOME A PRINT Vol. 7. No. 39. SPECIAL MEETING Of COUNCIL Estimated llu- (nsl of Running the Town and fixed the Tax lrv\ for Ihr Year 1911 At a special meeting of the council last Tuesd t, called for the pur pose of estimating the cost of running the town for the year 1911 and fixing the tax levy. Councilmen Weigand, Carlqnist and McCoy were present. Following is the estimated expense for the year 1911: Fire equipment.. $500 Street cross walks. 800 Clerk salary 240 Health officer 120 Day marshal - 1000 Night marshal . . 1000 Treasurer, salary and fees. .. 250 Attorney's salary . .. 600 Board of prisoners. .. 600 Incidental ex. health officer... 250 Advertising and printing .. . 300 City hall —light, water, phone. 200 Fuel 80 Street lighting - 1600 Street improvement - 5000 Police justice expenses 300 State apportionment saloon lie's 60...

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. — 7 October 1910

tLbc 2Lcavcnwortb i£cbo. 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 where an admission fee is charged and tin- ol>Ject is to raise money, or notices of any kind Intended to promote business of any kind whatever, must lie paid for at regular advertising rates when printed In The Kcho. When this paper Ib asked to push some scheme where the object Is to got money from the public then the use of Its space must be paid for. ft 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 th...

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. — 7 October 1910

jfriday October 7 1910 THE NON-PARTISAN JUDICIARY Movement to Lift the Highest Court in the State Out of the Mire of Suspicion Seattle, Wash, Oct. s.—The follow ing statement was given out today at the headquarters of the non-partisan judiciary league by Rufus R. Wilson, chairman of its campaign committee: In presenting the names of five men as candidates for the supreme court the non-partisan judiciary league is up holding a principle —the principle of the direct primary law. The sole pur pose of the league in calling a conven tion and nominating candidates for the supreme bench was to restore these nominations to the people. The league has no other aim, nor has it any other reason for existence. Once this is ac complished it will automatically dis band. In no other way, save by the election of the five men nominated by the non-partisan judiciary league, can the people of the state recover the right that was wrested from them by the legislature of 1909. The legislature which meets ...

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. — 7 October 1910

CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION At I r.i\nmmth for Eligibles in Ihr forest Ranger Service Thruout the National Forest The Civil Service Commission will hold :in examination for assistant for est rangers this month. The U. S. Department of Agriculture estimates that 400 eligibles will be needed dur ing the field season of 1911. Assis tant forest rangers are paid an entrance salary of 81100 per annum. The examination will be held at National Forest headquarters in Leaven worth, October 24 and 25. Forest rangers must be, when practicable, citizens of the state or territory in which the National For est on which they are appointed is sit uated. The requirements and duties of forest rangers are thus described in "The Use Book," which contains the regulations and instructions for the use of the National Forests: "A ranger of any grade must be thoroughly sound and able-bodied, capable of enduring hardships and per forming severe labor under trying con ditions. He must be able to take care of him...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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