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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 21 April 1905

All Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 14. PICTURESQUE LEAVEN WORTH —A SUMMER RESORT A Delightful Spot to Spend Your Vacation—Unequalled in the State of Washington for Scenery and Hunting and Fishing in Season '^■J&r 1 — ■ -^— — ■ ——- - ■ ; - ■ That season of the year is approaching when overworked human beings who spend their lives in the city, and others who are compelled to spend the'r lives in less favored portions of the earth will be looking about for some cool sequestered spot in which to pass their summer vacation. This is written for the purpose of calling Lhe attention of those who contemplate speeding this year's outing in the mountains, to the delightful climate, the ozone laden air, pure water, and unrivaled, rugged, mountain scju^ry that surrounds the city of Loivonworth. Situated in th j We-iatehoe river valley at the mouth of Tumwater Canyon. In a day's ride of perennial snow capped mountain peaks, where every stream is full of brook trout, whore the hills are full of bo:u-,...

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. — 21 April 1905

&eav>emvortb Bcbo Entered at the Post once us Second Class utter. DEED H. MAYAK. Editor and Proprietor. ' Issued Every Friday. subscription {1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The I.euven worth Echo. Fill DA V, Al'.ilL, -it, 1005 Jill: K< HO IX LINK. With the intention of keeping fully up with the development of iho town in which we have cast our lot and purpose making our home, the Echo will from now on go to its readers in this enlarged and improved shape. •■ We promised in the initial num ber that the Echo would grow as Leavenworth grew. Initspres ent shape it is one column wider and the equivalent of one column longer to the page, In the future, as in the past, our efforts will be directed to giv ing the home news, aiding and boosting every movement that lias for its object the upbuilding of Leavenworth and the sur rounding country. The Echo is all home print, de voted to giving the home news lor home people at one dollar per year. It will be our g...

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. — 21 April 1905

(•reat Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: I llnuml ■ No. 1 I No. 4 Ar 3IS I'M Opts 280P»Ar« »1 pm Dents 45 fu No. 8 I No. 2 ,ArBSSAM Dpts 885MAri 55 am Depta 85 Blewett mill Leavenuorth Slug*. Leaves HleweH every Monday, Wednesday ■and Frldny at T«M. * Leaves I.Ruveii worth every Tuesday Thurs ! .day and Siiuml;iy at Run. Carries puttst iiKt-rs nnil express ii S. IRWIN. Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs, All the seasonable fresh fruits at fendletoit's. 'Rooms and board at Mrs. Stanley's. Terms reasonable. 14tf •Fresh vegetables every day at Pen idleton's. Exclusive men^s wear and men's ■shoes at Wheeler's. Maga/.i nes, periodicals and late pa pers at Blocksedgo's. Beans worth $"> a pint to you if you guess nearest the number in the jar at Wheeler's. Fresh grapes and strawberries at Pendleton's. We charge $1-3.50 for an all wool suit that others as < $16.50 for and we have men's suits as low as $5.00. It -will pay you to investigate. Afccut 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. — 21 April 1905

r ■ in ■i ■ ■ ■■■ ■ •* Wells & Morris ========== HEADQUARTERS FOR = HARDWARE, IfIPLEMENTS Wagons, Buggies and Harness The Largest Stock, Best Goods and Right Prices ■ • - /•*."-* Syracuse Steel Plows Syracuse Chilled Plows Syracuse Spring Tooth Harrows Syracuse Disc Harrows Winona Mountain Wagons Studebaker Mountain Wagons Winona Buggies and Spring Wagons Studebaker Buggies and Spring Wagons Majestic and Acme Steel Ranges . Hand made Harness that boar the "Wells & Morris Guarantee. Saddles, Bridles and Strap Work. Our plumber is not excelled by any in the state and wo want to figure for your work. We are closing out our line of John Deere plows and ;', \ Osborno Harrows at prices that get the business. Try us a whirl we ■ 'j have the goods and can please you. mSammm ■ ■■■■!■■ —« i n ■ ■■■■■ ■«■■■* ■■■ WELLS & MORRIS WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON HARDWARE HARNESS IHPLEMENTS . -■ -. —■-.„- ■"- V- . ■ iV"" "- * J■■■ r*'~ "'-'''-■■*-■• **S*ii V*>«*(- US' «:-- -x : ' „'•.-'.,--:"-...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 April 1905

All Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 15. THE BOARD MEETS «'i>iiiiiil««l«>n< ir« Hold Hi 'Bill ir SrKalun at WYiiuWlico. TRANSACT MUCH BUSINESS Appropriate 51,:i70 for ■!••- Count< Kxhlblt.— Appropriation for llril Mountain Hoacl. Tn the matter of a plat designated as "Third Addition" to Leavenworth, ha\ Ing been submitted fer approval, the board being satisfied ttiat the la .v had boen complied with, approved the same In the matter of an application for ;i saloon license, signed by Smith and ■Tholin, of Ijeavenwortii, Tiled by a check for V>o", i: ■ tiered the auditor to Issue said II en upon the approval of the required bond ■by the county auditor. Friday, A?rtl 7, ISOS. In the matter of a change in the <?ounty rond across the southeast quarter ■of southwest qrnrter and east half of northeast quarter of southwest quarter ,and northwest quarter of southwest quarter of section 28, township 23 north, range 20, petitioned for by Guy C. Browne et al., It was considered that 1n v...

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. — 28 April 1905

Xcavcitwortb Echo ( Entered at the Post Office as Second Class ■tatter. \ DEED H. MAYAH. Editor and Proprietor. f I , Issued Every Friday. Subscription fUN per year in advance. 1 Address all communications to The JUinven |r>rth Echo. FRIDAY, Ai'KII. a«, 1005 « An Arkansas editor who read '. fin account in a New York paper . about a [lady kneading bread , with gloves on, remarked, "Wo need bread with our pants on, j. we need bread with our boots and socks on, and if the sub- . scribers who are behind on this paper don't pay up soon we will ; need bread without a darned thing on."' A Leavanworth concern agreed ' to furnish all the material neces- | sary to make the booth which is to be used by Ghelan county at the Portland fair, free of cost to the county, only asking in re-1 turn that the fact be made known | : to the public that the material ; was turned out in the mill of the j Jjamb-Davis Lumber Co., at Leavenworth, Wash. Was this unfair? , The Echo will be pardoned for the evi...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 April 1905

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: East Bound: No. 1 No 4 ArSISPN Dpts J9O p*Ur i*) pv Depts 845 pti No.» No. i ArStSui l)pt« 2 .15 mi Ar 3« « Depts 35 « Blenretl and Leavenn-ortu Stage. Leaves Blewßtt every M°Dllay ' Wednesday and Friday at 7»M. " Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at Han. CarrleH passengers and express II 8. IRWIN, Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs, All the seasonable fresh fruits at Pendletou's. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortley's. Terms reasonable. • I4tf Fresh vegetables every day at Pen dleton'e. Exclusive men's wear and men's «hoes at Wheeler's. Magazines, periodicals and late pa pers at Blocksedge's. Beans worth $5 a pint to you if you guess nearest the number in the jar at Wheeler's. Fresh grapes and strawberries at Pendleton's. We charge $13.50 for an all wool suit that others ask $16.50 for and we . have men's suits as low as $5.00. It will pay you to investigate. • About the belt place to got ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 April 1905

Wells & Morris —"--■—■-rnry. !^^ HEADQUARTERS FOR =5 HARDWARE, IfIPLEMENTS Wagons, Buggies and Harness The Largest Stock, Best Goods and Right Prices Syracuse Steel Plows Syracuse Chilled Plows Syracuse Spring Tooth Harrows Syracuse Disc Harrows Winona Mountain Wagons Studobaker Mountain Wagons Winona Buggies and Spring Wagons Studobaker Buggies and Spring Wagons Majestic and Anne Steel Ranges • Hand mad.; Harness that boar the "Wells & Morris"' Guarantee. Saddles, Bridles and Strap Work. Our plumber is not excelled by any in the state and we want to figure for your work. We are closing out our line of John Deere plows and Osborne Harrows at prices that get the business. Try us a whirl we have the goods and can please you. WELLS & MORRIS WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON I HARDWARE HARNESS IHPLEMENTS J J ■ JILUIWI I Hill.. i' i ninrr*"ibi'r tiw.-j'f jiUL»-ggi—BIB—■^■BMPB—WBWWWfc •B PKF OKIA-SOM D * %T ffteßD. KAU rPMANH Js J ffeia KaU FPM AMH U I^1 ; A:.... I , 1 ,, HUBm We Cater to...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 May 1905

ss Xeavenwottfo jScbo *'■'■'. ■■'". - - - ■ -.. ;.'::•'-■ Vol. 2. No. 16. H A DWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers* supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLJDENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Turn water Light & Water Company Are now prepared to figure with you on wiring your house and supplying you with Electric Lights cheaper than you can afford to clean kerosene lamps, to say nothing .of the bet ter service. They will also do your plumbing satisfactorily . and tit reasonable cost All kind of Electric and Plumbing ■supplies. The Tumwater Light & Water Company^ The Columbia River Lumber Company Makes "Wholesale Prices to Consumers of lumber. Until they get their yard opened write the i company at • We natchee for delivered prices. We make our own lumber at our own mills. Our motto: . Your Business and Your Good Will Columbia River Lumber Company F. W. SMITH, Manager A WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHES...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 May 1905

Xeavcnwovtb BEcbo Entered at the I'ust Office as Second Class matter. DICED 11. MAYAK. Bilttor »hd Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription 11.00 per year In advance. Address all cotnmuultalloufl to The Leaven worth Echo. IlllillV. II \\ .->, l!Mi;. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has adopted the illuminated cover Sunday paper, with the funny page in colors, and added other features that make the P.-I. the equal in these later-day journalistic flourishes, of any paper in the west. We have al ways considered it the superior in most respects of any paper in the state. There are a class of readers, though, to which the cheap colored ink lavished on the Seattle Sunday Times has appealed, and in this way Ihe the P.-I. may have lost some patrons. To satisfy all classes of readers it has added the col ored pages. In our view the P.-I. is in everything that goes to mnl. ■ up a first-class news paper, the best in the state. The Seattle Times is so utterly unreliable and reckless in it...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 May 1905

Creat Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. "West Bound: Round: No.-l No 4 Ar 8 15PM Dpts 280 Pin Ar 3so Dents 225 PM No. 8 No. Ar»ISAM Dirts BSS am Ar 925 am Deptß*BsAM ■ Blewett and Leavenworth Stage. "Leaves Hlewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7am. * Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday Thurs day and Saturday at SAM. . 1 Carries pasmngers and express H. S. IRWIN, Prop/stage Line. Business Paragraphs. Shoes at Wheeler's have no equal. j At Wheeler's Saturday a suit at cost. | Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortley's. Terms reasonable. 14tf . •150 Pocket Books for Sixty cents this week only at City Drug Stora. j For Kent—s room house, Merriam addition. Apply H. X. Fealherstone. Magazines, periodicals and late pa pers at Blocksedge's. i ■ Rebates at Wheeler's on tailor made suits. ' About the best place to get most any thing you want, and he keeps most everything you do want, is Block *edge's near the Big Rock. stf Summer underwear on tap at -j>—"*"' *"""-*C- Whee...

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. — 5 May 1905

Wells & Morris EVERYBODY WANTS TO SAVE MONEY ONE WAY—BUY YOUR HARDWARE, IfIPLEMENTS Wagons, Buggies and Harness LOGGERS SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE OP WELLS & MORRIS ■ AND SAVE PROM TEN TO TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT ■ IN THE PURCHASE PRICE. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON w HARDWARE HARNESS mPLEMENTS A-H>i)NOATION % I fep 3 Kaufpm amh M^mmm* AMmmcJm tailor. OH|OACyQ, U.S.A. Jpjl ■ \ ■ We Cater to Men ■■JlttA Who Know j \ and will appreciate the hang ii^WtMi-i iMlll and stß ci our creations. §y§fN!pl'''i il! '-'-'^ : ' KAUFFMANN was selected to W^^^SHHg^nl''' ■ |%, tailor our garments because we II il^if KJ^^^pi- =^i/"'"" 1* have found by careful compar isiiiifliyWWli ' *son that his garments are the wif^w^iM best made, because he utilizes fflHtlM SJlwS^' only choicest woolens and lin |pjj|jt;;a fpifl ings— the best canvas, haircloth j||pj|.;.'-. fliii 1 and iiiterliuinga that the mar titikP-N ' kct affords. Because his cutters, I |||f WS^ : drapers and tailors give us bet- ISipf MpP tcr ...

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. — 12 May 1905

s= Xeavenwortb JEcho s= Vol. 2. No. 17. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Turn water Light; & Water Company Are now prepared to figure with you on wiring your house and supplying you with Electric Lights cheaper than you can afford to clean kerosene lamps, to say nothing of the bet ter service. They will also do your plumbing satisfactorily and at reasonable cost. All kind of Electric and Plumbing supplies. The Tumwater Light & Water Company The Columbia River Lumber Company Makes Whi'U'-;i <-• l"'r'c - <> i' : m s ..fltimb■:•. Until lliV-y jr. t ,r .■• .• • »■_ .'.;.„ proneJ write the company a '>/■■•■ « • natcliei'for delivi" fd ■ tiers. :rt- We make our own lumber at nur own mills. Our motto: Your Business and Your Good Will Columbia River Lumber Company F. W. SMITH, Manager • WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON J THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE 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. — 12 May 1905

Xeavenvpovtb Bcbc- Entered at the Post Office M Second Class mailer. DEKD H. MAYAK. Editor und Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription ll.otl per year in advance. Address M communications to The Leaven worth Echo. i'KIUAY, .lI.VV IS, 1«OS There is a probability thai the Echo will soon loose a distinc tion which it has enjoyed for about six months. That of being the only republican newspaper in Chelan county. It is rumored that Wenatchee is to have a daily newspaper. That it is to be Simon pure re publican in politics and that one of the best newspaper men in the state will have the manage ment of the venture. The versatile genius whose name adorns the head of the edi torial columns of Wenatchee's pictoeial newspaper last week said he was a republican, and his newspaper would support the re publican ticket from now on dead cure, without fail, for ever and ever, so long as he and the paper may live, so help him Bob Ingersoll. It will take more than saying to convince republi can...

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. — 12 May 1905

6r«l Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure ot trains. •West Bound: lEast Hound- No. I N o 4 Ar 915 PM Dpts S 90 PM Ar lan pm Dents " MPM No. 3 Wo. I Ar t»S am Upts i S") am Ar 2» M Depts * 85 m Blewrtt mill Lea veil worth Muse Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday vi T»». ' Leaves L«av!!nworth every Tucsiiuy Tin;™ day and Saturday nt Ham. Carries passengers and express H. §. IKWIN, Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shorlley's. Terms reasonable. Htf For Rent—s room houso, Men-iam ■addition. Apply H. X. Featheratone. Magazines, periodicals ami late pa pers at Blocksedge's. Remember one suit at cost Saturday at Wheeler's. Who's the luckey man. About the lest place to get most any thing you want, and he keeps most everything you do want, is Block eedge's near the Big Rock. Blf Buy Big Bargains in Bhoet. We lead in quality and prices at Wheeler's Weakened systems need a mature, *J>©lesc'tne l mellow liquor—that's I. W. Harper Whiskey—the k...

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. — 12 May 1905

Wells & Morris EVEkYBODY WANTS TO SAVE MONEY ONE WAY—BUY YOUR HARDWARE, IfIPLEMENTS Wagons, Buggies and Harness LOGGERS SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE OF WELLS & MORRIS AND SAVE FROM TEN TO TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT IN THE PURCHASE PRICE. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON HARDWARE HARNESS IHPLEMENTS FtegDo Kawpmann #f? ■ AMERICAN TAILOR IB r || OMtC/ACrO, U.S. I 11 We Cater to Men B-. Who Know 'Sliti and will appreciate the hang ! iMtWM and 3tyle of our creations. S«^fillP!ii^Pl KAUFFMANN was selected to ?. $nfk tailor our garments because we U , Ql^mmea, have found by careful compar ,filj!*t:i|i:'|p^^&;; " ison that his garments are the best made, because he utilizes wpihJ|^ fp^vft only choicest woolens and lin iiiltii i ings—the best canvas, haircloth w|ii|p! wMh!-«1 and interlinins that the mar- te^|||| ket affords. Because his cutters, ra^|j* ; :Tv/ t'^&l diapers and tailors give us bet if 'W |®5y ter fitting, more stylish and : >$m%J WW^f clean cut garments than we can llf ?f fS...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 May 1905

s= T£he Xeavenwortb Bcbo s= Vol. 2. No. 18. HARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Turn water Light & Water Company Are now prepared to figure with you on wiring your house and supplying you with Electric Lights cheaper than you can afford to clean kerosene lamps, to say nothing of the bet ter service. They will also do your plumbing satisfactorily and at reasonable cost. All kind of Electric mid Plumbing supplies. The Turn water Light & Water Coirip any >H|fm^Ma«B>iHß."..«<H«r,W, l'-ktJW l.WKftl!,Li gr-i.jL^,j;>.-r';. ■.?■■-,■?„«:-;-; l^.-r .i:-';',:.'g a... r ,ri.v-i-- a ...i£' THE FINEST Bar - Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIQHEST Grade of Wines and Liquors OPPPA THE BEST *-'»V-r-m Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars _^ . __ la addition to which we have all the 45./tLm^ accessories thai go with a drinking plate patronized by gen mi THOI..IN <&a...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 May 1905

Xeavehwonn j&cix- Kntercd at ttao lost Odlce us Secoud Class natter. DSKD H.MAYAU. Editor »nd Proprietor. Issued Kvery Friday. Subscription f l.<) 0 per ycur in ndvancc. Address nil couuuillliCMlious to The l,<-u \tii worth Echo. I'ICIItAV. MAY II). 1905 .The ownership of the We patches Advance changed bands : last week. C. E. Graham who has acted as business manager | of the Advance, and Rufus Wood, | who for the past year was the able managing editor of the We atchee Republic,, became the owners. Mr. Corey says he will go to his ranch, near Quincy, Wash., but will not cause his journalistic labors altogether. Some of us, who from force of circumstances are compelled to remain in the grind, will envy him in his privilege of going back to the soil. We wish the Advance a full measure of suc cess under the new management. Tin: m:i:r tiiist FREM in iiich The Echo this week received a bulky package of literature from ! the beef packers press bureau in Chicago, in which was inc...

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. — 19 May 1905

Cirrut Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Hound: ButBOBDd: No. I No 4 Ar » 15 v* Dptß a 80 pm Ar •-' •» pm Depts s as pm No. :s No. 8 Ar»»smi DptelUMl ArIHM DeptsßSs*M Itli'iirll iiikl liOuvenworlli Mugf. .Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday vi TM. Reaves Leavunworth every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday nt Bam. Curries passengers hih! express. II S. IRWIN. Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs. Hats at cost today ut Wheeler's. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortley't, Terms reasonable. 14tf Saturday Is bargain day at Wheeler's Magazines, periodicals and lute pa pers at Blocksedge's. There's something now at Wheeler'i —go in and see it. For Sale—-Five choice Inuldinix lot-; no rocks: water ton fert below surface; .snap. D. H. Mayar, Echo office, if About the best place to get most any thing you want, and ho keeps most everything you do want, is Block eedge's near the Big Hock. Bif Weakened systems need a mature, wholesome.mellow liquor— that's I. W. Harper Whiskey—...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 May 1905

I TOIKPONASOMD -11 Fkse. Kauptmann IF V AMERICAN TAILOR »lip^^wi GMIGACrO, U.S.A. 5 llfilW^Pm We Cater to Men uttlHl Who Know i^iilp'i&illfei iH £ and will appreciate the hans &iiil«Pim-!i>¥!iPwl ana style of our creations. fe«^^MkMolinKi KAUFFBIANN was selected to | F^fiSS^p^^SS <Bs£osP\ tailor our garments because we B Ppf |^^K|.ft^ir--» nave found by careful compar tffifjlv |i; ■jffl™ffl ison that his garments are the " Si'f "willtl 1 best made, because he utilizes Mlj _ only choicest woolens and lin ipltjllf ra™iW I ings- the best canvas, haircloth fe^^?^| 1 and intcrlinings that the mar fe^S^<-.'j ®F*p ket affords. Because his cutters, ral^fa M^S drapers and tailors give us bet- PW^ IB&eh ter fitting, more stylish and yi>S^''7 WwMl clean cut garments than we can im'M W I secure elsewhere. llml/ Suits to measure, $14 and up. M9|j W^^v Trousers to measure, $4 and up. '^'fffsi EaeSk. 'so add m personal ,? —.^-^^^jjj^rr^^a^y?^. guui-Mitee to the above. hm^k^...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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