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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 January 1911

THE HARVEST MOON A Noveliution of the Drama •f AUGUSTUS THOMAS By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE Copyright IMB. by Augtutiu Thomas class by buying unnecessary thins* and demanding unbecoming comforts It waa almost the last voyage of I.a Champagne. The night before the ship arrived Captain Dldot had asked all the passengers to do him the honor to dine with him. an Invitation that meant a great deal more on board this old French ship than the captain* dinner means on the average ocean liner. There were souvenirs, there was champagne, there was a little bit of Gallic gayety. and there was delight ful Gallic Informality There were no loud to.-st* and no lone speeches, nor did any one pall the lion's tall or wave the stars and stripes Sniham Wlnthrop had been over Id Paris for a month He cursed his luck tbat be had been obliged to take this slow going vessel Instead of one of the faster steamers, as his natural Amer ican appetite and income suggested. The first few days bad been days of Intolerable ...

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. — 20 January 1911

jfrfday January 20 1911 \&\ ANNUAL \W I This Sale is put on for the purpose of Reducing Stock and Raising Money I Don't ask us to charge goods bought at these prices I fllflO 000 Worth of Up-to-Date Merchandise at Your I *K^^ r»v^v^^* Mercy for One Week. — - Sale Begins I Monday, Jan. 23—Ends Jan. 31 H We promised the people of Leavenworth a sale during this month and we are going to try and make good. With few ex- H ceptions our entire stock will go at from 20 to 50 per cent off our regular price, which, considering the quality of our goods, is U always right. Below we give you a few prices—just a few of the many good ones. Look them over: I Ladies Goats & Suits Men's Suits Youth's Suits Misses' Coats H $25.00 Coats and Suits - - $12.50 We find after taking our inventory that (LONG PANTS) $13.50 Coats for - - - $6.75 U 22.50 " " " - 11.25 we are overstocked on Men's Clothing, $16.50 Suits for '£r'£Wi '•- $9.75 12.50 " " - - 6.25 LI 20.00 " " " - - 10.00 therefore, during th...

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. — 20 January 1911

jfridav lanuarv 20 1911 I.Hki- Wrnali'hrr fctacr Line ma <■■.. ry '1 :.. nworto 4p ni For tor.her Box *i. Lea .\ „-h 1 LEAVENWORTH LOCALS F. A. Reynolds was in Wenatchee Saturday. Are you going to the Masquerade Ball, January 30? 52* Are you going to the Masquerade Ball January 30? 52* If you are interested in land, read Reynolds' ad. Something new every week. 50tf* Mrs. Mabel Hutchings will present her pupils in recital Feb. 3 at the ope,ra house. A pleasing program will be given by the young folks. 2* The Knights of Pythias meet every Monday night in their own hall, known as the Bloom hall, at the west end of Front street. The man who has made millions | laugh — Newmann, the famous fun maker, January 20 and 21. Popular prices—50, 35 and 25 cents. The attention of the stockholders of the Peshastin Ditch Company is called j to the annual meeting. The date has I been changed from January 14 to Jan uary 21. Miss Claudia Easley, who visited re cently in Whenachee and Leavenworth, st...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 January 1911

WHAT WASHINGTON'S SOLONS ARE DOING Indications Point to Business- Like Session and Economy in Appropriations. Olympta, Wash.—The 12th legisla ture of the state of Washington !■ i" full swing and from preteni Indica tions will prove to be a conservative and businesslike MMlon. Many 01 the insurgent members are pledged by post-election promises tv strict economy in appropriating public funds for all branches of the state admiuis tration. In the house alone the reform party has reduced expenses for clerical hire |40 a day by substituting typewriting for penmanship in enrolling legtsla tive bills and in keeping the journal. The expense to the state in lflO'.i was $260 a day for clerical hire during every one of the 60 days ol the ses sion. According to the statement of mem ben of both houses, fewer measures will be proposed than at the [Ml SM sion and the pressure of work on the committees will be lessened. When the legislature adjourned over Sunday a total of 100 bills had been intro d...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 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 - pies grow A LL HOME A PRINT Vol.B. No. 3. THE HILL RUN TURNS HAIR GRAY Well-Known Faces Seen No More on the Cascade Division of the Great Northern Road Where are the grizzled veterans who used to grasp the throttle on the Great Northern passenger and freight locomo tives over the Cascade division? asks a Wenatchee paper, and then proceeds to answer as follows: As well ask where are the snows of last winter, for the gray-haired engine drivers have disappeared as completely as though they, too, had melted away with the snow that, under pressure of radiant spring, forsakes its mountain fastness to merge with the tide water sixty-three miles to the westward. The Cascade division will probably never again witness gray heads peering from cab windows, for the engineer em ployed on the hill road today to scale the summit with his 250-ton locomotive —the m...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 January 1911

Cbe Heavenwortb JBcbo. 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--ah retoratlons ol condolence, oardi »f thanks, notu-rs of ■•iitrrminiiH'Nt- where mi admission fee li obarged ami the objeel I- to mlse money, or notices of imy ktml Intended to promote badneei of any kind whatever, must tM pniii for at regular advertising rates when printed in The Bono. When tills paper is asked to push tome scheme where the object U to not money from the public then the ate ol it- ipaee mail be t>m<l for. free entertainment ol b mom! or beneflolal nature, or mv movement with the „i)j,-ct <>r promoting the welfare and prosperity of tl immonltjr us ■ whole will !»■ Klven the fret- use of Its columns. No deviation will lie mad...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 January 1911

jfrfday lanuary 27 1911 l.:ik,- W.iihl. li, ,■ Ma-,. 1,| 11( . LEAVENWORTH LOCALS Furnished room on Front street, light and heat. Inquire Echo office. 2* Frank Perry in Irish specialty at "Hick'ry Farm," Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. On account of the absence of the pastor there will be no services in the Lutheran church next Sunday. Wenatchee Typographical Union No. 680 was organized last week in Wenat chee with a membership of fourteen. If you are interested in land, read Reynolds' ad. Something new every week. s Ot f W. A. Betz, who has been on the sick list for the past week, is able to be out again and has resumed his oc cupation. The Kid Band concert in the opera house tonight will draw a big audience. The boys have a large number of friends who are boosting for them. Dr. McKeown and Postmaster Davis went to Wenatchee the first of this week to attend a meeting of the Tem plar's lodge at that place. Pin your lamps on "The Other Wo man." "Hick'ry Farm," January 31 and February 1. 3* F. E....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 January 1911

THE HARVEST MOON A Novelization of the Drama of AUGUSTUS THOMAS By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE Copyrixhl. 1909. by Auduiiu. Thorn.. Nona] and dominated by the gentlest Impulses. Her father met her at the train when j she arrived In New York and was; even more affectionate, inure gentle and more sympathetic than was his wont, but underneath it all she could see that be was glad that he restflrd «h! it a victory for his judgment and she thought if he were unable to con ceal bis exultation over her defeat what would not Aunl Cornelia show. They got Into a cab at Folly second street,' and he explained that they were also in New York to meet XI. Vavin. "M. Vavin!" exclaimed Dora. "I did DOl know lie was to come so Boon." A warm thrill went through her at I the thought that once more she was to moot the kind, distinguished gentle man who seemed always in have mi- : derstood her, even more than her own j father. "Ills resolution was rather sudden," snld the professor, "and, frankly, it enused a lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 February 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 - d Redder the apples grow ALL HOME PR I NT Vol.B. No. 5. NEWS Of PACIFIC NORTHWEST Big flouring Mill—San francisco Exposition — State Supreme Court—Advertising— Park and Fruit Interests What experts declare to be the finest flouring mill in America will begin op erations in Seattle March 1. It is the! plant of the Fisher Flouring Mills Com-, pany, which has been erected on five I acres of tide land abutting on Puget j sound, where facilities for loading cars! and vessels are unequalled. This en terpiise means a great deal to the state of Washington, because of the fact it will turn out 2000 barrels of flour a day. A number of grain elevators are to be constructed in Eastern Washington, as home-grown wheat will be ground. While the domestic trade will not be overlooked, this concern is going after | the Oriental business hard. It is today j the only American flour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 February 1911

Cbe 2Lcavcnwortb £cbo* Entered «l the PsstoSce ol LesresTcrti. Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED K. MAYA?.. Editor aid Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscript:-:: $1 SO per year in advance. Address all :: — —_:. :r ■■ to The LttreMKftn Echo. Scraps froa the IrteEecr-*] Joini Heap. Some Neirspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE -- All rt*o:mk>at ol condolence, card* of thanks, notlcei of entertainment* wner* m h-i-:,.*- ... :. 1-* if ciarf^d and tLe object Uto raliye money, or »otie*s of set kind lot-ended to promote tnificeM of »ny kind whatever. mu»t be paid for »i reyniar »<3rer.ifltjr rales when printed in The Echo. VTLea tkta l*l*r it a*ked to pu*ii scant- Mbetue where tne ol.Jwt 1» to *et money Irom tlit puWic tt<en the tue of lit space am ** paid tor. Yr** entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any movement with the oW<-ct of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community a» a whole ■ill be riven tLe free UK of :".• columns. No deviation wil...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 February 1911

jfrfday jfcbruary 10 1911 - For furtlwr LEAVENWORTH LOCALS L. R. Hart, with Adams & Can, has had a relapse and is again a sick man. Olaf Green, Great Northern agent at' Peshastin.was in Leavenworth yesterday. Something new in Reynolds' real es tate ad every week —read it. 50tf* Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams are in Seattle, where they will remain for the next few weeks. C. E. Hamilton has been appointed deputy sheriff, an office which he is well qualified to fill. Mrs. F. T. Motteler and Mrs. D. B. McMillan made a visit to Wenatchee the first of this week. L. J. Nelson and Marshals Fitz and Pratt were in Wenatchee this week in attendance upon the Brender trial. Mrs. Robert L. Smith has been quite ill this week, but is improving and it is hoped she will soon be entirely restored to health. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wyckoff left the first of this week for Donald, Ore., where they will visit for the balance of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Myers have been at Cathlamet, Ore., since last Octobe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 February 1911

THE HARVEST MOON A Novelization of the Drama of AUGUSTUS THOMAS By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE Copyright. 1909. by AututiM Thomu "I urn going to take a walk. Mr. llol ronih. Don't you wish to join me I.'" And before the astonishment eoulil Uuil "I AM OOINO TO TAKE A WALK, MB. HOL COMI), DON'T YOU WISH TO JOIN MB?'' its way into expression at the girl's sudden resolution and show of cour age she had disappeared and Holcomb was following her. "There you are!" said her aunt us the two were seen going down the wnlk aud Dora waved her hand at them. "Just sheer Impudence; that's all it is!" "Why impudence?" asked M. Vavin. "Why should she not talk to the young mun? They have been as old friends, I understand." "Hut she knew that this matter of her going on the stage was to be set tled today," answered the aunt, "and she knew that we did not want her to talk it over with Holcomb." '•She knew," replied If. Vavin, "that we were deceiving her by our actions, and she decided to do the only honest thing...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 February 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. 6. NEWS fROM STATE CAPITAL A Grist of Interesting Reading From the Slate Capital by the Special Writer for The Echo In Chelan county there were granted in the year 1910 twelve divorces. In King county in the same time there were granted 1091 divorces; in Spo kan, 409; in Pierce, 293; in Yakima, 143; in Snohomish, 115, and in other counties varying numbers ranging from 100 downward. In King county the ratio of divorces to population was ap proximately one divorce to every 24S people, while throughout the state the ratio was one divorce to 390 population. In the year 1910 there were in the entire state 2418 criminal cases, of which 29 were in Chelan county. In the same time the civil actions tried numbered 19,326; in Chelan county 176. Of the 5,091 probate cases acted upon in the year 67 were in Chelan county. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 February 1911

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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. — 17 February 1911

jfridav tfcbruarv 17 1911 l.Hh<- \» rnaii h,.«. stunt- Llnr Lowe* LeaM-imnrtli every Monday and Fri day at 8 a m. Arrive* at ■• . ma at In m '•' '" Tenon every Tuexiiuy and Saturday at 8 a.m. Arrives at Leaven Jrorth 4 p m Mali. ptMuien ami express. For further partii'UlurH ■ddreu Joe Massie, Propnet r BOX 71. Leavei.wortb. Wa-h ' " r- LEAVENWORTH LOCALS The Leavenworth dog catcher is get ting in his work. The number of worth less curs is being reduced. O. E. Kerstetter, forest ranger sta tioned at Liberty. Kittitas county, spent the week in the local forestry office. Stanley King, brother of John King, the baker, has opened a barber shop in Peshastin, and is making good. A. H. Sylvester left yesterday for Ellensburg, to attend a meeting of stock men, and will return Monday. B. C. Rutherford has accepted a po sition with Davis & Brown, and will have charge of the feed end of their business. Geo. B. Green, the Chunastick Green, owner of a fine ranch, spent several days in Seat...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 February 1911

THE HARVEST MOON A Novelization of the Drama of AUGUSTUS THOMAS By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE CopyriKht. 1909. by Ai*uatu» TKonwi "Yes." Wiix the reply. "There BM many things doubtless on which you ■honld be congratulated. Bui i nave been tliinkinix over our conversation ot last nißiit, and i am quite sure that , you aro destined to be n great drama- j list." "And this without having scon n line I of his play,'' said Professor I'lillerton. j "This," answered Vnviu. "without seeing a line of the first four plays that he will write or baa written." -Has written," laughed Holcomb. "This is my first play to be produced— far from the first one Unit I wrote." An opportunity presented Itself dur ing the luncheon for Holcomb to have Professor Fullorton's undivided atten tion, and lie then asked if it would be possible for them to have a conversa tion alone Immediately after luncheon, as he had decided that his business affairs were in such condition that it was obligatory on him to be in New | York...

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. — 3 March 1911

At the head of the famous Wenatchee Valley, "The home of the Bijj Red Apple." The higher up the valley you go, the Bigger and Redder the apples grow A LL HOME A PRINT Vol. 8. No. 8. DOINGS Of STATE LEGISLATURE Chelan's Irregularities Amount to $4125 Timber Land SoM—Stale Highway Bowl by Out—Seattle to Gel Supreme Court Olympia. Feb. 28, 1911. The examiners for the state bureau of inspection have reported to the bu reau the result of their examination of the Chelan county records which show that fees not accounted for, bills not submitted to the superior court for ap proval, unreported fees and illegal fees aggregated $4125.84. Six county com missioners allowed themselves extra compensation without the approval cf the superior iudge, two sheriffs failed to report fees, and County Clerk L. J. Campbell failed to account for $106 in fees. The aggregate cost of the exam ination was $656.15. The findings follow: L. J. Campbell, Co. Clerk, $ 106.00 fees not accounted for W. A. Sanders, com...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 March 1911

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 March 1911

jfrfday march 3 1911 FIFTEEN BILLS HAVE SO FAR BECOME LAW Legislature Buckles Down to Hard Work and No More Bills Will Be Introduced. Olympia.—The Indication! are that the Legislature will really get down to hard work during the coming week. The flood of bill? will s;op, for Monday the barrier was raised against the introduction of new Irlls and from now on it wi'l require the consent of two-thirds of either branch to introduce a bill, except measures which carry appropriations. Little of importance has been ac complished thus far. Out of 694 bills which have been presented in bo:h houses of the Legislature only 16 have been made laws by the signature ot Governor M. E. Hay. Of all the bills introduced 436 have come from House members of the Senate. Important Work Scheduled. The Legislature has fo.- its schfid ule this week a number of measures considered of much importance. Such measures as the workingmen's com pensation act, the insurance code, the county unit or local option bill,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 March 1911

THE HARVEST MOON A Novelization of the Drama of AUGUSTUS THOMAS By GEORGE HENRY PAYNE CopynKhL IM9, by Aifutu Tkowi "Yes." answered Mrs. Winthrop. "And I am glad to say that Dora has closed her coniMCtloD with It and with the author. She is finished with him forererr* CHAPTEK X V lATIN was greatly surprised at Mrs. Wtolhrop'ii i!"lara "■^ifii lion. finally be «aid: fefjga] -Of course if that is her division there is nothing more to do." -■I I, , Mrs Wlotbrop. "that you will no! endeavor to disturb that on." "If i ln- yooof lady should a^k me for i i o id bardly refaac it .'" "I do want your advk-e." said Dora The oppoMltioa party exebanjesd uu easy giances 'If there is no objection. Mrs. Win tnrop." >aid Vavin. "I should like ii> have Mbw I'ulierton tell me her ver sion of Uji- trouble alone." -But I don't think it's fair for ynu to advisi-." began Jodjte Elliott. "Pardon me. my dear Judge. I said that I tbould like to bava Mi--s Dora tell me ber troubles alone I promise you t...

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