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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 December 1910

tfrfdav December 23 1910 l.iih. Wrmirhrr M» K .- Llnr Leaves i.i .in i. .rih every Monday and Fri day at - v m. Arrives at Telma at 4 p m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4 p m Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Music ProDnet r Hcut 71. Leavenworth. Wash LEAVENWORTH LOCALS A. L. Haines was in Wenatchee on business Saturday. O. S. Sampson and wife visited with their daughter in Wenatchee Sunday. The Catholic church will hold its Christmas service at midnight Saturday. If you are interested in land, read Reynolds' ad. Something new every week. SOtf* County Superintendent Bowersox visited the schools up the Chumstick Friday. Marshall Harbaugh, of Wenatchee, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haines. Sleds to suit the children; prices to suit the parents, at the Palace of Sweets. 48* Mrs. W. Mclntosh has been ill for the last two weeks; but is much better at the present writing. Mr. and Mrs. M. Hans left the first ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 December 1910

QUIT THE CONSIGNMENT HABIT Chicago Trip Proves to Association's Local Manager the Pressing Need of Co-operation "Growers of Wenatchee and Cash mere have simply got to quit the con signment habit," says C. M. Furry, local manager of the Wenatchee Valley Fruit Growers Association, in the Cash mere Record, after returning from a month's trip to Chicago and other Eastern points in the interests of the association. "They are cutting their own throats, those who insist on consigning their apples; for they are getting not only less for their apples than they should, but they are also discouraging buyers for next year, as so many apples go out on consignment that buyers can't sell at a profit. "The plans of the association are the proper plans under which to work — selling f. o. b. at shipping point, thus protecting growers for that season. While in Chicago, on account of the apple show being on, I met and was in close touch with most of the buyers from the big Eastern cities. Without excep...

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 December 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 V 01.7. No. 51. NEWS PROM STATE CAPITAL A Grist of Interesting Reading From the State Capital by the Special Writer for The Echo The fact that its printing fund is almost exhausted precludes the tax commission from having published at this time its report to the legislature and the governor. The report cannot be printed until the legislature con venes and makes provision therefor. The armory under construction at Beilingham is being erected in an effi cient manner, according to the report of G. W. Bullard, a Tacoma architect, who was sent by Governor Hay to make an inspection of the work. Charges made by the captain of a company of the national guard at Beilingham rela tive to the contractor's work were not borne out by the inspection. For use at the coming session of the legislature in the work of reapponion ment, Gove...

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 December 1910

Cbe leavenwortb JEcbo* Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.50 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 of entertainments where an admission fee la charged and the object 1» to raise money, or notices of any kind Intended lo promote business of any kind whatever, nn patd for at regular advertising IStai when printed In The Echo. When this paper Is 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 ..bject of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community as a whole will be given \hf free use of Its columns. No deviation will be made from this rule. rHl...

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 December 1910

WONDERS LAVA This Molten Rock Is a Most Pe culiar Substance. REDHOT SNOW SANDWICHES. Curious Effect on Mount Vesuvius Produced by the Lava's Amazing Properties as a Nonconductor of | Heat—Deadly Volcanic Ashes. Vesuvius, the most famous volcano to the world. With its mighty vomit ings of lava and dust, Is guilty of many queer freaks. Mighty rainstorms have set In motion the lava dust and lava cinders that lie on its sides, and torrents of muddy lava have over whelmed towns and villages as It swept down to the sea. The resulting effect from this has been so great that I It changed the face of the coast line by forming a new promontory. Lava Is one of the most curious of substances. It Is simply rock melted by a heat so intense that it flows like thin gruel. When Vesuvius Is in erup tion thousands of tons of It are squirt ed up the "pipe" and out of the crater. As it flows out over the edge it soon cools and leaves a thick, ropy coating, which spreads over the entire coun tryside. But...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 December 1910

jfriday December 30 1910 COUNTY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS , Furnished by the Chelan County Abstract Company, for the Week Ending December 26, 1910 W T Clark to W C Thornhill, Its 1 2 b 3, G N plat Wen, »3000. John Kuelbs to Guy Long, Its 9 10 b 1, Kuelbs 1 ad Cash, $1000. W H Messer to F W Hoffman, Its 1 to 5 b 2, Garden Home ad Wen, $1. A J Martin to E Buchanan, 1 7 and w 10 ft 1 6 b 9, Ralston's ad Leav, $1. W B Dodd to Pearl Smith, Its 3 4 Sb 36, G N plat Wen, $4000. J C Hughes to G A Hauber, Its 37 38 Belmont ad Wen, $1. P W Kent to Nellie M King, und Vi int Its 1 2 b 4, 2d Suburban Home ad Wen, $1. W H Snell to M O Curry, all sec 17 --21-19. 819500. M M Kingman to A M Pershall, StH ne!4 neHse'A 1 7, sec 31 and 1 4 sec 32-28-23, $1500. Wash Meteor Mng Co to Blewett Mine Leasing Co, the unpatented mining claims Peshastin, Keynote, Home stake, Black Jack, millsite, ditches and equipment. C Hedron, receiver, to Blewett Mine Leasing Co, rights of Laßica Consol idated in the above. North...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 December 1910

jfridav December 30 1910 Lake Weualihre Ktasr Llue Leaves Leuvenworth every Monday an.! Fri day at 8 am. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leaves '11 .tun fury Tuesday and Saturday at Ba. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4 p m Mull, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massie, Proprietor Hoi 71, Leavenworth. Wash LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Miss Olive Canfield spent Christmas with friends in Peshastin. Something new in Reynolds' real es tate ad every week —read it. 50tf* Howard and Will Vanßrocklen went to Peshastin on business Monday. Mrs. Charles White of Wenatchee was in Leavenworth Saturday on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Titus and son took Christmas dinner with M. 0. Titus and family. D. L. Crowder of North Yakima has accepted a position as clerk in King's City Drug Store. S. A. Burce came up from Wenat chee to spend his Christmas with old Leavenworth friends. Taylor Yocura returned to Leaven worth Saturday after an absence of sev eral weeks in Oregon. Mrs. Will Titus is helping...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 December 1910

A GLAD NEW YEAR BY LUE F. VERNON We had our mercy Christmas time, With blessings pure all men must prize; But now the bells new music chime, And we to new occasions rise. And this is ours as well as that, And this must just as glad appear. So let us feel it comes right pat, And hail with happiness the year! This all is new —let's make it new, And bury sorrows of the past. O may they vanish like the dew, Now sunshine hope is on them cast. It is not right to bear a load Of griefs and losses, dark and drear. We journey on a better road — And wish ourselves a glad New Year! We are to have the things we missed In all our strivings yesterday; We are to wish and then insist On joys to be our own this way. Don't have companionship with care, Don't hold a hand as friend to fear; Be brave of heart to do and dare, And so have gladness all the year! Let love abound to bless the home, Let friendship be to bless your friend, And wheresoe'er your feet may roam Still see love's star goes to the end...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 January 1911

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 PRINT Vol. 7. No. 52. TREATMENTS AT BATTLE CREEK W. W. Robertson's Experience With Wenat- chee Valley Apples as Compared With Yakima Fruit W. W. Robertson, owner of the North Yakima Republic, has been humiliated and frankly acknowledges it. At the same time he added to his store of ex perience. In his paper, through edi torial correspondence, he scatters broad cast suggestions to the apple growers of the Yakima valley in the following language: A Lchou at lliiiii. Creek "Battle Creek, Mich., December 20, 1910. —That it pays to do things a little better than your competitor is a lesson that was impressed on my mind again today. I violate no confidence in saying I suffered considerable humil iation in the process, and I am going to take it out on the Yakirna valley apple growers and dealers, who are re sponsible for my misfortune....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 January 1911

Cbc Hcavcmvortb Jgcbo* Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.50 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leavenworth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE--AII resolutions of condolence, cards of thanks, notices of entertainments where an admission fee Is charged and the object Is 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 Is asked to push somi' scheme where the objoi-t is to get money from the public then the use of its space must be paid for. Kiim' entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any movement with the üb|Mt <>f promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community as a whole will be Klven the free use of its columns. No deviation will be made from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 January 1911

I The Harvest Moon} M —I & A Novelization of the Drama of jjj £ AUGUSTUS THOMAS | I By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE | • ======================== w © COPYRIGHT. 1909. BY AUGUSTUS THOMAS » * , V ' This is a realistic story of the great, romantic, throbbing world of the modern stage. Revealing the good as well as some of the evil of stage life, it also deals authoritatively with dramatic technique in an interesting way. Through all the story runs the engrossing narrative of the tal ented young playwright, Willard Holcomb, and of the beautiful young home girl, Dora Fullerton, who went out alone into the world to endeavor to win fame and fortune on the stage. The recital of her experiences, of her struggles and of her awakening forms one of the really brilliant novels of the times. CHAPTER 1. SHE Cannon Ball, as It was called, picked up Its principal passengers at Southampton every Monday morning in time to get them Into New York for their more or less Important business, and It was because of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 January 1911

jfrfday January 6 1911 ASSIST THE GROWERS TO SELL Organization Will Start fourth Year Witt Strong Protective Association—Cal ifornia System Imitated The national apple show will no longer limit its scope to the display and exploitation of the apple-growing indus try. In addition to the other features which have contributed to its success, the big organization enters on its fourth year with a strong auxiliary protective association, which will aim to assist orchardists throughout the Northwest in obtaining the very best price the mar ket affords. Profiting by the satisfactory experi ence of Southern California citrus fruit growers, many Oregon and Washington fruit growers have banded themselves together for mutual protection in an organization known as the Northwestern Fruit Growers Exchange, with head quarters in Portland. This organization has accomplished such tangible results in behalf of the individual grower, it is now proposed to widen its influence thru the aid of the nationa...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 January 1911

Jfridav January 6 1911 Lake Wenairhee Stage Line Leaves Leavenwortta every Monday and Fri day at 8 a m. Arrives at Talma at 4 p m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at « a.m. Arrives at Leaven*orth 4p. m. Mull, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massle, Propnet r Box 71, Leavenworth. Wash , : *,' LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Something new in Reynolds' real es tate ad every week —read it. sOtf* Dr. Hoxsey was in Seattle a couple of days the first of the week. Luther Rice attended the New Year celebration in Wenatchee Monday. M. H. Cahill has almost completed his new seven room house up the Chumstick. The Knights of Pythias held their usual meeting in the Bloom hall Tues day evening. Rev. J. E. Weigle, pastor of the M. E. church began his revival meetings in Peshastin Tuesday evening. When shopping step in and see what we have on our five and ten cent table. Palace of Sweets. Sltf* Mary Saver has been suffering from an attack of pneumonia for the past week but is m...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 January 1911

NEWS LETTER FROM PORTLAND Meeting Called of Northwest Fruit Growers Dewey Day at Portland Airships Drug on Market President Atwell, of the state horti cultural society, has issued a call for a convention of fruit growers and fruit shipping associations of the Northwest to meet in Portland January 24. The purpose of the convention is the organ ization of a fruit growers selling agency for the entire Pacific Northwest that shall handle practically the entire out put of boxed apples in the United States. Western Montana and Western Colo rado, with Washington, Oregon and Idaho, supply about all the boxed ap ples used in the country. President Atwell and a number of other prominent orchardists will attend the meeting of the Washington Horti cultural Association at Prosser January 17, and will interest the Washington fruit men in the Portland convention, where it is hoped there will be a large representation of growers. Objects sought by the proposed or ganization will be better marketing...

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. — 13 January 1911

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.B. No. I. CO-OPERATION'S THE THING The Spokane Chamber of Commerce Will Emphasize This by a Banquet at Its Annual Meeting Trustees of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, headed by Frank R. Cul bertson, acting president, and the en tertaining committee, of which W. S. McCrea is chairman, have invited the governors of Washington,Oregon,ldaho, Montana, Wyoming and California to attend the annual meeting and banquet of the organization in Masonic Temple the evening of January 17. The invi tation says, among other things: "During the past year in particular, the states of Washington, Oregon, Cal ifornia, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming have become thoroughly imbued with the spirit of cooperation. When any city in these states invites a national convention the governors, mayors and chambers of commerce vie with one another in sec...

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. — 13 January 1911

dbe 3Lcavcnwortb ]£cho* Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.50 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leavenworth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE--. VII rMOlOtloni Of condolence, cards of tlinnks. notices of entertainments where an admission fM is charged and the object Is to raise money. or notices of any kind intended to promote business of any kind whatever, molt l»> paid for at regular advertising rates whan printed In The Echo. When this paper is asked to pusli some scheme, where the object is to get money from the public then the use of its spare 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 us it whole will be given the free use of its columns. No deviation will be made from t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 January 1911

fv\day lanuary 13 1911 Lake UiiiHiiiiii- Mac- Line Leaves Leavenwonta every il :« and Fri day at « a in. Arrivi snt Telma at Ip m fjutna Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at «a. m. Amrfta at •.worth Ap. m Mail, pn-xeneer" ami >xpress. For further particulars au.lr.-- Joe Hassle, Propnet r Box 11, Leareawonh, VVu.-h LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Something has happened at Hickory Farm. \* Are you going to the Masquerade Ball, January 30? 52* J. W. Elliott went to Seattle Saturday and returned Wednesday morning. Mrs. A. R. Pinch has been quite ill for a week, but is now convalescent. Wanted —A room in family by one of the teachers. Leave word this office. C. G. Knowles and wife are spending a week on the Sound among relatives. Art Johnson has been engaged to play comet with the Hirsch.Titus or chestra. Mask Ball is to be given on Monday evening, January 30. Liberal prizes will be awarded. 52* Look for the tracks toward Hickory Farm. Why? Watch for the next issue of The Echo. 1* W. F. Allen of H...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 January 1911

THE HARVEST MOON A Novelization of the Drama of AUGUSTUS THOMAS By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE Copyright. 1909. by August™ Thorn» Irlnk. She assented readily, and they went Into a neighboring drug stote. "You are going through this splen didly," he said to her when they were seated. "1 am?" she faltered. •ISpleudldly," he said. "At Brat I did not think you would be able to stand It, especially wheii old Bleiumn came In Intoxicated. I want you to know that 1 shall be very glad to be of any assistance to you that 1 can. and while, for your sake, it will not be too public—that assistance—lt will always be ready." • "Not too public?" said Dora, turning a trifle red. Holeomb looked a little embarrassed himself. "I have been on the stage only two years." he said, "and I have learned *HB lIKETLB DKUVKD MANAGER OF THE TKOUPE. one thing—that, while there is really no genuine cynicism there, there Is Just a trifling ever present suspicion. It has its own laws. It has its own conventions. They are diff...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 January 1911

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.B. No. 2. NEWS Of PACIFIC NORTHWEST No Capital Removal Nautical School for Seattle Lien Law Congressional Districts Gill's Muddle What little sentiment there was in favor of capital removal at the begin ning of the legislature has almost dis appeared since it became known that the state of Washington is in no condi tion financially to incur the heavy bur den that would follow such a step. The last report of the treasarer shows the state has exceeded its constitutional debt limit. Considering 8795,374 has been appropriated and expended for capital purposes in Olympia, it would hardly be in keeping with the economy program adopted by the lawmakers now in session to decide to move the seat of government from its present location. The last time this matter was submitted to the people of Washington, which was at the gene...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 January 1911

Cbe Icavenwortb JGcbo, Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED K. MAYAR. Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.50 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 of entertainments where an admission fee Is charged and the object I- to raise money, or notices of Hny kind Intended to promote business of any kind whatever, must be paid for at regular advertising rat-- when printed In The Echo. When this paper Is asked to push Mime scheme where the object Is to get money I om the public then the use of It- space must be paid for. Kree 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 column-. No deviation will t* made from tlii- ru;e...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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