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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 November 1911

jfHday November 17 1911 The Knight of the Silver Star I could laugh at this threat since the executioners were my friends. "Count Vasca would be king in Yada sara. yet with all your beauty be would not make you queen but for the fact that he might be afraid to make an enemy of an accomplice." "Is It not time we were going. Lady Aldrida? Our horses will be getting restive," said one of her companions. "Besides, the man is a prisoner. Why not leave him in peace?" "You can go if you will. 1 have no need of you." she said angrily. He bowed low to her and left the dungeon "Your friends are even now finding you out," I sneered. She changed her tone. "You make me angry, Sir Verrall. I came on an errand of mercy. It may not yet be too late. I have the ear of the king. Why not ask me to plead to him for you?" "I have never yet asked quarter from an enemy." "For Princess Daria, then. Will you not plead for her?" "Not to you." "Her limbs, like mine, are young, perhaps beautiful. Being slowly b...

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. — 17 November 1911

frfdav IRovember 17 1911 /if *fv I ill Cxs^ y* Proud of Her Bread So will every woman be proud who use Harrington's Best Flour for her baking. Selected wheat goes into Har rington's Best Flour and it is ground in a modern mill by ex pert millers. It is best for every form of baking. If you're from Missouri we can show you if you will but try one sack. That's what we want, for we know a steady customer will result from this trial. Order a sack now while you think of it. Leavenworth Mercantile Co. L. When Company Comes The hospitable hostess likes to have the nicest things to eat and OLYMPIC Flour will help her do it.;' Her guests are sure to praise her cakes and pastry when made with Olympic flour, the best product of Puget . Sound Flour Mills Co. i ■* Mutual Mercantile Co. CALL UP 1311 If you want first- Class rig that will get you there and back. ■ Special attention given to pack horse and saddle horse business. f Our patrons receive courteous treatment. Don't forget the number Lea...

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. — 17 November 1911

tfridav November 17 1911 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS I NEWS ITEMS | Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to The Echo Office .-. .-. Telephone Number 285 L. W. Bloom of Wenatchee, was a visitor here last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nellie Betz is reported to have been very sick the past week. J. A. Duncan proved up on his We natchee lake homestead yesterday. F. A. Reynolds made a business trip to Wenatchee Wednesday afternoon. Donald Wilson of Wenatchee was here transacting business Wednesday. Andy Aston went to Cashmere Mon day on a business trip. Dr. Hoxsey and Ryan Templin re turned from Stratford the first of this week with a fine bag of ducks, j Special for one week only a high t-rade cream mixed candy for 15 cents per pound. Palaca of Sweets 45* A large party of Cashmere young people drove up from that place in a big bobsled Tuesday night. The Fraternal Brotherhood will meet with Brother Arthur Johnson on Tues day evening, Nov. 21. 45 Mrs. Fred Reeves came u...

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. — 17 November 1911

STATE NEWS ITEMS From Washington comes the report that Richard S. Ryan has relinquished all rights to one of the Controller Bay claims in Afaska, concerning which the muckrakers raised such a fuss several months ago. Since then, the secretary of state visited the troublesome place and came to the conclusion that it wasn't worth much from a harbor standpoint. Evidently Ryan is of the same opinion. Aside from the antagonism that has been done to Alaska, by further retard ing its development, no harm has been done. Now, forces are getting under way in Seattle, under the leadership of of the New Chamber of Commerce, to see that Alaska gets better treatment in the future. Washington will be one of the first states to seiect a building in San Fran francisco at the Panama-Pacific Inter national Exposition ground;. Governor M.E. Hay and a committee representing the principal commercial bodies of the State will go to the Golden Gate City this week to make the selection. An un official or inf...

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. — 24 November 1911

At the head of the famous Wenatchee Valley, "The home of the Bij? Red Apple." The higher up the valley you go, the Bigger and Redder the apples grow Vol.B. No. 46 SESSION OPENS JAN. 5 Short Course Open to All Nining Men Announced at State University For the fifteenth time in its history, the College of Mines of the University of Washington will hold its short session for mining men, begining on January 4, 1912, continuing to April 1. This course is open to all mining men, who wish to spend ihe "lay-off" season in taking up course a in mining, milling, mineralogy, geology, chemistry, assay ing, metallurgy, mine surveying, min ing law, and other related subjects. Op portunity is given the men entering these courses to visit the mines, smel ters and plants near Seattle, Tacoma and Everett; and to make free use of the milling and metallurgical laboratories to concentrate and test their own ores. Courses in coa! mining, given in con junction with the mine rescue work at the Bureau of Min...

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. — 24 November 1911

Cbc Xeavcnwortb echo. E-teredai the PcgoSce of Lca.uiaorth, Wash., as Second Oiss Mar.er DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Projx-etor Julian I. Majar Associate Editet. Issued every Friday. . Scbscriptica *1.50 p« year a a*. Address aD runtr— --"■»« to The Learenworth Echo. Scraps boa the IsteSect^l Jssk Heap. Soae Newspapers ca3 h Edhasal SPECIAL NOTICE-- IB untilt ■■ «r t .u*oHnrr. card* <* ::iii<. aotlces of .-•."m--■?.-.-.- whet* " Mfr— *— ** * etaiy* aad the o«4«ci is to nt» ncr. ' ... to , -j r*rai»r •tfrertiiiz* r»W* »fc*a prtat«l In TJ» E«4o %Tto.a tto s*^r U «*«1 v» 5«uJ« w«a* »eJ«»«* »«t*f» ti* ofej«^ v :.-.-• --„-:-: from 5S* -t,^— t btc '•-« ■" d i%* "*" mam ** vmld tor" ,_ , aMr taiaa*ct of • motmt or be«2ci»J aator*. ofiiywut «i:a tt« Meet of pumitm th» ****** »od wntffta of »*• tomtmmattr a* a wfcofc win I* i, am t!« fr« ■•* of K» «tea^- So dertaitoa wta t« m»A* torn tittt ral*. FK I DA * . UIE<IBEI .'(. 1911 Too Good hrJfc_&W W«W For the past few years the social...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 24 November 1911

IRovember 24 1911 The Knight of the Silver Star "Yet Vase a must succeed tonight," said O'Ryan slowly, "the Vasca I am thinking of. The count will be aloue j with the princess nnd will have the keys of the duugeon. You will enter, and you will kill him. Take his cloak and bat and sword. Then drag his body to the slip and let it go Use ex pedit-ion. Open the door aud walk out of the fortress. Do not speak If yon can help it. Your voice might betray you. As you go through the city you will be watched, but have no fear. They will be watching to see that you I come to no harm. They are your | friends The city gate will open for j you at a sisin. and you are free to make the best of your way to the woodcutter's cottage. I shall be wait- Ing there with horses." "And afterward?" "Unless you are delayed, by dswn we should be well on our way toward the place where you entered this infernal country. We must trust to luck to find the way out. Now do you thoroughly understand ?" "Yes. When do I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 24 November 1911

The central jewel in the crown is HARRINGTON'S Best Flour. Other things are necessary for baking day but without good flour everything is a failure. If you have any doubt about the quality of Harrington's Best Flour try a sack today. Our guarantee protects you against the loss of a cent and we feel sure that a trial will convert you to the constant use of this the best flour manufactured. Leavenworth Mercantile Co This is a Picture of Baking Day If you use OLYMPIC flour. It makes the lightest, sweetest bread; the flakiest pie crust and most toothsome cake you ever ate. Try it on next baking day and realize the truth of the picture. Mutual Mercantile Co. CALL UP If you want a first class rig that will get you there and back. Special attention given to pack horse and saddle horse business. Our patrons receive courteous treatment. Don't forget the number Leavenworth Livery & Transfer Co. Successors to White Star Livery and Sales Stable When you go to Wenatchee take the bus for Hote...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 24 November 1911

jfriday ftovember 24 1911 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS I NEWS ITEMS | Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to The Qffice •'. .-. Telephone Number 285 F. A. Reynolds transacted business in Wenatchee Tuesday. Paul Weigand was a visitor in Water ville the first of the week. Miss Flossie Williams went to Cash mere Tuesday to visit friends. Wm. Snodgrass went to Spokane Tuesday afternoon on business. Dr. Judah reports Miss Bessie Potter to be very ill with typhoid fever. H. C. West the horticulturist spent several days at Soap Lake this week. The Public Library is open Wednes day and Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5. Ed Ferguson sheriff of Chelan coumy spent Thursday here on business. Special for one week only a high grade cream mixed candy for 15 cents per pound. Palaca of Sweets 45* Mrs. Al. Walker fell from a sleigh J last Friday and received a painful in jury to her wrist. The Fraternal Brotherhood will meet with Brother Arthur Johnson on Tues day evening, Nov. 21....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 24 November 1911

I $100 Diamond Ring to be Given Away December 25 I I " The "Old Reliable Jewelry Store" * I I 1 Will give to some Patron of this Popular Place Without Cost, on | I B| o ■}■/■ •'?■ ® n I Christmas Evening * I SI *^™ ■ B^ •• n lib£u CL ■ %/ Mn lii v^ ' HI I 1 A Handsome, Pure White Diamond Ring, Worth $100.00 = I I § See window card for method of determining who shall receive this beautiful and costly present | <=> 1 I >■ \ Sterling and Plated Silver Cut Glass and China fD I § S Sterling and Plated Silver Cut Glass and China fD i I The celebrated Gorham Manufacturing companys handsome and artistic silverware. Tea and Libby and Rich American Cut Glass in artistic designs and patterns. Imported China in all » I 4> Coffee Sets, Fruit and Berry Dishes, Salt and Pepper Shakers, Napkin Rings, Drinking Cups, the latest shapes at prices to suit the times. Early shoppers will have the largest assortment g£ M . 1 JQ Casseroles, Chafing Dishes, Toilet articles, etc. to select from. ■...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 December 1911

Ar the head of the famous Wenatchee Valley, "The home of the Big Red Apple." The higher up the valley you go, the Bigger and Redder the apples grow Vol.B. No. 48 THE SHERIPFS CEFICE The Cost of Running the Sheriffs Office in 1910 Was $5,575.40 In all but eleven counties of the state the sheriff's cut down their percentage of fees expended for maintaining' the office of sheriff in the year 1910 asj compared with 1909, according to figures prepared by the state bureau of inspection taken from statistics gathered during their work of checking the vari ous county offices. Chelan county was one of these in which the percentage was decreased, as in 1910 698.62 per cent, was expended while in 1909 the per centage expended was 790.35. The amount of fees and mileage collected in Chelan county was $798.45 and it cost $5,575.40 to run the sheriff's office while in 1909 the fees collected amoun-1 ted to $570.30 and the cost of conduct ing the sheriff's office was $4,505.40. Altho the cost of ma...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 December 1911

fYfdav December 8 1911 i . Slwir Stan* A Ecmaiaos ©if • By BTOCY IM&ISiFM Copyright. 1907. by B. F. Fenno & Co. VV; CHAPTER XXV. l*-r\ HE brave woman In my arms I uttered no sound as we went 535*3 downward, slowly at first. BheJl b U t quickening our pace al most immediately. I felt her arms I tighten round me a little, that was all. We so held each other that practical ly we fell extended to full length I do not remember whether I was con scious of striking the top of the rocky j Incline or not. but I believe I was. We must have struck it at an angle which saved our limbs. I was conscious of being still whole in body. My arm pro- i tected Daria's head. My own. I sup- j pose, 1 had sense enough to raise a little. The way was rough and un even. I have thought since that this shaft was originally a stratum of soft er material In the heart of the rock and that those who had originally made this death way had followed It. since the working was easy. It is the only explanation I ...

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. — 8 December 1911

fYfday December 8 1911 LORE COURSE BEGINS SATURDAY Midland Concert Company at the Scenic Theatre in Excellent Repertoire UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL A Movement (hat Should Have the Hearty Support of the Public—A Moral, Intellectual, Uplifting and Interesting Entertainment In announcing the opening number j has endeavored to get a high class of of a lecture course which the school! entertainers and hope their action will board has provided for the winter's j meet with the approval and support of entertainment and instruction of both the public. The opening number will the children and parents Prof. Moore ! begin with a high class musical enter says the school board has adopted a ' tainment by the Midland Concert Co., very liberal and, he believes, wise pol-! which is highly spoken of by the press icy. Many of the people will recall | elsewhere. A ticket covering four en with pleasure the splendid entertain- i tertainments to be given during the ment provided thru the med...

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. — 8 December 1911

Cbe Xeavenwortb £cho» Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Julian I. Mayar Associate Editor. 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. POttoM of antertalnmeuta 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 some soheme where the object Is to get money from the publlo then the use of Its spnee must be paid for. Free entertainment of a moral or beneflolal nature, or any movement with the bject of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community us tt whole will bo given the free use of Its columns. No deviat...

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. — 8 December 1911

LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS I NEWS ITEMS | Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to The Echo Office \ .-. Telephone Number 285 Eiss Nannie Love returned from Pe shastin Tuesday. Rev. J. 0. Hawk of Peshastin was a viiitor here Wednesday. R. J. Scott, the Monroe laundryman, was in town today transacting business. Anything you want in art leather goods will be found at Wheeler's. 47• LOST —Ladies gold watch. Finder please return to Echo office. Reward.4B Miss May Bailey, of Wenatchee, is visiting at the home of Harry McNutt this week. Mrs. Harry McNutt, who has been very ill the past three weeks, is report ed to be improving. The public library is open every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon from 3 to 2 o'clock. Wanted —Two or three furnished rooms for housekeeping, by man and wife. Address "X" Echo office. All our phonograph records at cost as we wish to close them out. Now is the time to buy. Palace of Sweets 45tf* Doc Langdon the veterinary sur geon was down from...

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. — 8 December 1911

PUBLIC ROAD IMPROVEMENTS Commissioners Plan to Make Many Im provements Next Summer The Echo acknowledges a visit on Wednesday from Comissioner Kin ney and Commissioner Gillette, of Malaga, and Road Supervisor S. R. Hanan, also from Malaga, accompanied by County Engineer Berry. The party drove up from the county seat in an auto and came our way to inspect the recently completed south side road, which Commissioner Gillette says will prove to be one of the most used roads when people once get familiar with it. The party had lunch here and went to Cashmere to attend a good roads meet ing in the afternoon. In conversation with Commissioners Gillette and Kin ney we learned something about the road policy of the court which we be lieve is most sensible and economical. The court has found the public road question one of the most difficult with which it has to deal on account of the great number of changes that are con stantly asked for, and as Commissioner Gillette said, the court has doubt...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 December 1911

Friday ©cccmbcr 8 1911 _»*«' fan*** jj \\ /*^ ( Even A Child Can make good biscuits with HARRINGTON'S Best Flour. It is so easy to make a pan of light toothsome biscuits if you have the right kind of flour and ours is the right kind. Prove it to yourself by order ing a sack today. Leavenworth Mercantile Co. CALL UP (if 311 If you want a first class rig that will get you there and back. UdLn.. Special attention given to pack horse and saddle horse business. Our patrons receive courteous treatment. Don't forget the number Leavenworth Livery & Transfer Co. Succe««ors to Watt* Star Llvtrv and Sales Stable fliilii -USIIIDYSCIIOOL We Can Train Ton fa Tour j Own Home During Odd Hoars to be • BOOKKEEPER STENOGRAPHER SALESMAN Let us help yon learn the commercial branches — book keeping, salesmanship, ■t»no graphy. penmanship and tha Studies that go with them. Tuition Includes books, sta tionery and supplies of every kind. Including use of type writer in your own home hß°OU^r HO^ STtTOT I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 December 1911

LAFOLLETTE ON RAILWAY MEN Pays This Class of Workers A Richly De served Compliment Some idea of Mr. LaFollette's atti tude toward laboring men may be ob tained from a quotation from the Con gressional Record of May 14, 1906, when his amendment to the railroad rate bill, which was then pending, was offered. Mr. LaFollette said: "Mr. President, in legislation for the protection of railway employees certain elementary facts should be considered. The employment is an extra hazardous one. From the very character of the business a railway employee is at the mercy of every other employee with whom he works. He can exercise no choice of association. He is bound to work with his co-employee, whatever his character. He is part of a system. He may be placed in great jeopardy through the carlessness of a fellow servant, and yet be compelled to ac cept the risk, or imperil others whose salety depends upon his self sacrifice. "The personal safety and lives of the public and the property of the pu...

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. — 15 December 1911

At thf- hf.?iH »f t^pp. fnmmi* Wf»rmt<hw Vnii^y, "Th P hnrrt^ of th^ Ri<r PpH Apple " The hiyh^r up the valley ynii go, the Migßfir "nd Redder the npplps grow Vol.B. No. 49 ,fi "^ J > - - . ■- ■ ,-'■--"-.' The above is a picture of our new $40,000 High School building, which Contractor J. J. Lohrenz says will be ready for occupancy shortly after the first of the new year. Adjoining it is a $25,000 Public School building, erected four years ago. * tTbe Xeavenwortb lEcho Main building of the Washington Steel and Iron Company's Plant. The making of high grade tool steel from titaniferous magnetite ore, by the Rothert Process, will begin in the spring. Leavenworth, Wash., Friday, December 15, 1911 $1.50 Per Year

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 December 1911

WHY WE HAVE fAITH IN THE fUTURE five Thousand Population for Leavenworth in Less than Five Years THIS IS CONSIDERED A CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATE Two Steam Railroads--An Electric Road a Certainty-Large Saw Mill, Planing Mill and Box Factory-Steel Plant Under Constniction -10,000 Acres Irrigated Fruit Land That Leavenworth is to be a town of from five to ten thousand in a very few { years is the opinion of men who have j watched her growth and from experience and observation know just what is necessary to build a city. So that our mdtn may know that this is not an ir ridescent dream we will go over, briefly, some of the reasons why so many men hold the opinion expressed in the fore- 1 going paragraph. It is the general terminal point on tba Great Northern railway, with shops i employing a large number of men and j a monthly payroll of $30,000. It is: the initial point of the Wenatchee Val- j ley and Northern railway, which is to be compteted to Wenatchee Lake the coming year. Less than fiv...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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