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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 June 1905

s= Uhc Xeavenwoctb JScbo ss? --"-- -- - " : Vol. 2. No. 24. Celebrate Fourth Leavenworth HARD WAR E — ■"'li^nrnV'fiT l-'!K'-'-'^-" l*'-^"-''-''!l-^'-J '■ ■■l-'--*-'V--S.W •:**•.*■ --:v- v.-.->~-^T^l Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLiriENTS Strictly Sanitary Ii 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 yon can afford to clean kerosene lamps, to say nothing of he bet ter service. They will also do your plumbing satisfactorily and at reasonable cost. All kind of Electric and Plumbing supplies. mmamsr*:- The Tumwater Light & Water Company i THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and .Spokane THE THE HIGHEST ft IlL< Grade of Wines and Liquors npPRA THE BEST * M-*ffV-r-^. I Grudoof Imported and Domestic Cigars ___• . —-^ In addition to which we have all the J|^_^^^^ accessories that go with a drinking place patron! ...

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 June 1905

Xeavcmvovtb BEcbo Entered at the Post Odlce as Second Class natter. ... „ , . . . DEED H. MAYAK. Kd:tor and Proprietor. ■ Issued Every Krtilay. '.'.;-*■ Subscription 11.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. PKIDAY.JI >X M, I I'll , The grain crop of Central Washington bids fair to be phe- ' nominally large this year if re ports are to be credited. The timely rains which have fallen this year have been of great benefit to the grain growers. To ono who has tried to read Henry James' books his criticism of American newspaper writers must seem a bit humorous. If one gives place in his library to a novel by Henry James it is be cause he thinks his collection is incomplete without a specimen of literary fogginess. A gentleman who lives in the ,\Venatchee valley has for a num ber of years kept an accurate record of the rainfall each year. Ho says that the amount of rain fall for the month of June this year has been greater than for the combined fal...

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 June 1905

Great Northern Time liilil. . Arrival ami departure of trains. West Bound: East Hound: No. 1 No. 4 ArSiftPW liptHS 9)pm Ars an p*i Deptß 2 i". p« No. 8 No. a Ar 3SB »m Dpts i .'(."> am Ar 325 AM Depts 2 25 »m . Blew and !.«■«» enn ortli Stage. Leaves Blewc't every Monday, Wednesday , »nd Friday at T»m. Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday, Thurs .day and Saturday at B<M. Carries pas^enifrrs »nd express. H S. IRWIN. Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortley's. •Terms reasonable. J4ti Magazines, periodicals and late pa !<s>ers at Bloeksedge's. About the best place lo f»et most any thing you want, and he keeps most .everything you do want, is Block hedge's near the Big Rock. Btl Weakened systems need a mature, .wholesome,mellow liquor—that's I. W. ■Harper Whiskey—the kind jour grand father used. Sold by Thos. Armour & <Co., Overland Bar. I SI'IIKAM. Palm ice cream on Ba-le at Bloek «edges. Kill FUlilng Tarkle. George Blockeedge hus everythin...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 June 1905

Facts About Cascade Orchards The Newly Opened Fruit and Garden Lands Ons Mile from Leavenworth, Wash, Cascade Orchards. The lands comprise about COO acres in a beautiful valley on the Wenatchee and [cycle rivers. The surface is ideally level for ir rigation and the soil is especially adapted for fruit, berries, vege tables and alfalfa farming under the Irrigation Bystem. Leaven worth only one mile away is a growing home market for its pro ducts, and has excellent railroad facilities for shipment. Then the constantly expanding mining and lumbering Interests In the hills and forests will contribute largely to iU support, Cascade Or chards is indeed favorably located for market, climate and natural advantages and nappy is the man who may make this his home &/>e Ferry A substantial ferry haa just been completed enabling you to cross the Wenatoh.ee river to Cascade Orchards In one and one half minutes. The ferry, however, is intended for temporary use only. A bridge across the Wen...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 June 1905

GLORIOUS FOURTH ( < onimlllrr Ila« Prepared „ Great Day «>l Xl>i>rl f»r Hvrrjbody, THE DAY AT HOME. ,PrlIM Will Be Pr.Plllpll, raid on the rounds II) (be Cuniiulitfr In < Imrer. The following interesting program t has l>een arranged by the patriotic wo men of Leavenworth for the morning .hours of the Fourth. The line of march of the children for ,the ball ground will form at the opera house and will leave at i> a. m., headed by the band*. At the grounds the fol lowing program will l>e udlierred to as ( near as possible: Music by Band, selected. .Song by -'The States," 'Columbia." Invocation, Rev. Bixby. Quartette, -'Beautiful Flag of Lib erty," Mesdanies lfeOojr, Coleraan. 'Crawford " Mr. Walker. Recitation, "Independence Bell," iPdna Campbell. Address, Judge J. J. King. Song by "The States," "Star Spangl ed Banner." Basket picnic dinner on the grounds. N|...riius: KvenU. ,G. .H. Moore marshal of the day. Saw bucking contest. Fifty cents to enter, $5.00 prize...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 June 1905

•BUHiTOKASOIiID 'fbFO^NDATION- Mr :/.>vAMElllOA^TA][i:d^ Oft VACrO, U.S.A. ii|ll!#::-:,-:: A 'We Cater to Men I:, ; \ Who Know I ||l|p'S''i^Hi|!'fs||; 'M ' and will appreciate the hang illiilil^'i^'H-iu-^^^M'-l aii'l style of our creations. MtrT^li-;:: <;':-|i;^ :;;;iPy KAUFFMAHH was selected to llr^^^W^l^*l^.^ tailor our garments because wo j Ij^ t;' '■ 1-,' l.^ K<i|>"--' have fcund by careful compar s!'"V'X' ' V".'«•' "" ison that his garments are the Pjii^ ;'i®.f l^f best made, because he utilizes »|l;:?|f^lpf 1 only choicest woolens and lin- P|.i>i' ' I fit|'?J'ivf■« ings— the best canvas, haircloth iSjl^f4f v|l^';. V> ami inlerlinings that the mar- . wi^'i/ M^:^v i ketaffords. Because his cutters, t?|]i;v:7 &^.?'": drapers and tailors.give us bet- W?',f KSJ ter. fitting, more stylish and ><Wl(/ !!<&s* \ 1 clean cut garments than we can W'^-"' M^Jr secure elsewhere. i iJwt' W'^v'-I Suits to measure, 14 and up. 'pill t^—A Trousers to measure, $4...

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. — 7 July 1905

s= tTbe Xeavenwortb lEcbo :v.- Vol. 2. No. 25. HARDWARE • * - Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers* supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL JMPLiriENTS 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 FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST ■ : : ; * *■■■—» Grade of Wines and Liquors OPPDA THE BEST *~^ ■ *-* "V>m. Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars . _^ In addition to which we have all the 15 A. |<C accessories that go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen -v THOLIN & SMITH L. Lamb, Proa. C. R. Lamb. V.Pres. G. E. Lamb. See. P. DAVIS. Treas. & Mar Clinton, la. - 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. — 7 July 1905

voortr> Bc!v lMilir.,l at Uia I „*l li;Ux- v tSMuUd Class I. ..I ..-! . DEED H. MA YAK. Editor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription $l.uo pir year In advance. Address all communications to Tub heaven worth Echo. I ««ll» l\ , J|il,v 7, l»O5 We read so much about those awful Cossacs in the dispatches from Russia, and come to the conclusion that they must be a half civilized, savage and cruel lot of monsters, who on the slightest provocation slay de fenseless men, women and chil dren One can not help but won der if they really deserve the un enviable reputation for brutality which they are getting, or if there is an arrangement between the Russian government and the press reporters to lay every mean thing on the Cossacs. In either event the very name, Cossac, is regarded as a synonym for hu man butcher. We received this week the first copy pi! the Weuatchee Daily World; It is a very neatly printed, and ably edited six col umn paper of four pages. It has about as much ne...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 7 July 1905

•MM ISurlhrru Time Table. Arrival »m! tlepartur.- Nt 1 ruins. West Bound: I Baal Round- No. 1 No , ■ Ar S « - Upts » n «i| Ar Baw Depis sOT ut ■*••••»**■* l*«v*nuoril« M,, tt ,. JdMd».7a£ every Monday- Wednesday 4 e:^B^ ard»7a t r8V Very Tue9dßy ' Thure Carries passengers and excreta H. §. IRWIN, Prop/stage Line. Business Paragraphs. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortley's. Terms reasonable, 14tf Magazines, periodicals and late pa pers at Blooksedge's. LOST—A gold ring at the opera house last Saturday night. finder please leave at this office. About the best place to get most any thing you want, and he keeps most everything you do want, is Block sedge's near the Big Rock. stf I have reduced the price of taking pictures 25 per cent. Now is the time to take advantage of low prices. «4tl G. W. Hathaway. ' I SCREAM. Palm ice cream on sale at Block sedges. 16tf Flaking Tackle. George Blocksedge hue everything you could possibly want for any kind of j fishing. Ask him to show you what he has i...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 7 July 1905

* ■ "a r]§| < fi • 9 ira'A *^bfi w 6 4 9 V 9 * I^^Mfew AMERICAN TAILOR, ff H OHIGACrO, U.S.A. : K^lha We Cater to Men ' ilfßilßiiiSi and will appreciate Up tang ISItMiMI P and sty le of oujr creations. SwllJMfflll© KAUFFMAMH was selected to Pl^Rra^^^^a^*^ tailor our garments because we '1 € =j^|r' — have £oun<* by careful compar- WSi'f H|fJ ison that his garments are the lllf^Mißra best made, because he utilizes ''^^Stffi^ffll only choicest woolens and lin f«4wf W^wSl ings— the best canvas, haircloth f«|!j§ WoOl and intellinill3 that the mar' 111 |S|&| ket affords. Because his cutters, Kf&.fe/ ■ftWMMI drapers and tailors give us bet il^W HraHl ter fitting, more stylish and liwftW UnHbl clean cut garments than we can liffM W™^J secure elsewhere. fiPif HHnii Suits to measure, $14 and up. lS&jf «^S^v Trousers to measure, $4 and up, K^^^^^i'-i^^WE^^^^^T I W FIIIHTT is l r\WEyM«*u£^ii'T*AtvoHirfci AGENT |||pl^|v^]F|RliOAN \ ueavenworth, Washington Breakfast Food at Cost...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 14 July 1905

s= tPbe Xeavenwottb )£cbo s= Vol. 2. No. 26. 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 FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIQHEST Grade of Wines and Liquors npppA THE BEST ■ *— *Vi t%. Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars __ __ In addition to which we have all the I>/V. rC accessories that go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH L Lamb Pres. C. R. Lamb, V.-Pres. G. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Treas. & Mgr Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leavenworth,...

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. — 14 July 1905

Xeavcmvovtb Bcbc Entered it vhe Post O»ee as Second Cl»*s Bauer. • I DEED H. MA YAK. K.i •. .md Proprietor. j Issued E\ try Friday. Subscription 11.00 per jnr in «sTmn«. Address il! ccisieutuc&Uoii* to The Lvarec worth Echo. lV FJtIDAY, JtLI 14. 1905 The wonder grows if the ab solution which the rich buy from society by giving money to churches, colleges and libraries' will appease the wrath of an out raged deity. The Methow Valley , News of last week says that a company of promoters is investigating the practicability of building' a rail road up the valley of Methow I river. L. H. Blanton, who sur veyed this route three years ago is at the head of the proposition. Consumers of kerosine oil learned with regret that oily old John D. Rockefeller had made a gift of a million dollars to Har vard University. An advance in the price of oil follows these gifts of his with about the same regularity that night follows day. LET IS BATE A PARK. The recent celebration empha sized the necess...

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. — 14 July 1905

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound : East Round: No. t Ho 4 Ar * " No ? ptß2Bop" *'«*)«! ,4 Depts 3 ** M MltS M Dpts «85 Ml Ar 2■■ Depts a 25 Ml Blewetland LomrnHorlh Stage. every Moml"y ' Wednesday fl»V e ßnd 9sbr Vd ButS t rS,, eVOry Tueßda* Th™- Carries patispiiK.rs ami express II S. IRVVIN, Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs. All the latest magazines and pariodli •cals at Crawford's, the jeweler 25tf Magazines, periodicals and lato pa pers at Blocksedge's. ► Rooms ami board at Mrs. Shortly'?. Terms reasonable. Just above Keat- Jngs Hardware store. C Lost—Between the depot and the .cemetery, a Grand Army badge. Finder please leave at thisofhVe, Mtl About the best place lo get most any thing you want, and he keeps most .everything you do want, is Block sedge's near the Hig Rock. stf Say, you—besides some farms and ranches, I have a neat little four room residence for sale at a bargain. In pleasant location, cellar and woodshed. Also have an e...

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. — 14 July 1905

•0 tSIIiPOK-A-SoiilD • 'FORNICATION* Hi K^ AMERICAN TAILOR. km fcr A&o-USA- i IIHI We Cater t0 Men jR Who Know iili';iiilfe!llS| and will appreciate the hang ™lf|i #!$ I PIS and style of our creations. K»|; Mji# | lv||M KAUFFMAKN was selected to |»W| OkS^3K% tailor our garments because we » Hfs :r*^^~*** have found by careful compar- Hi j|i|ii*Mßiß|'mf| ison that his garments are th 9 |||i ;!' I^mWS'Ml] best made, because he utilizes SfirW I^^»Sl Only choicest woolens and lin 1^ §S}3 K^il^! Ings—the best canvas, haircloth X SeM WilPi *nd interlinin Ks that the mar" Ml lIM l^ff^l ket affords. Because his cutters, pj(;jjrso ref^al drapers and tailors give us bet &||l 4^/ wiMxHb *'r fitti"g> more stylish and HI >■ t&'*|M clean cut garments than we can «||'jf| %**l-flj secure elsewhere. EHkw IHHf! Suits to measure, $14 and up. «&!i) W«'. Trousers to measure, $4and up. l^^shi ' 'so !"'<' ra y personal »-w!jK^!v-«3ar?S^^l?^^^v guurmiteeto tliu iibovo. I^^^^^^ J. W...

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. — 21 July 1905

== Zlbe Xeavenwoctb Bcbo ss Vol. 2. No. 27. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIfIENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Tumwater Light & Water Company Are now prepared to figure with you on wiring your house and supplying you with Electric Lights cheaper than you ._-\ir afford to clean kerosene lamps, to say nothing of the bet »h w'-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 FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST Grade of Wines and Liquors npppA THE BEST *-* * "-»*V-^*. Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars . __ In addition to which we have all the U./\.lv accessories that go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH L Lamb Pros. C. K. Lamb. V.-Pres. G. E. Lamb, Sec. P. DAVIS, Treuf". 4 Mi-r Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton. la. Leavenwortn, ...

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 July 1905

Xcavenwortb Echo KlMrred kt the IN,si. OfllM as Second Class DEED 11. JIAVAH, Editor and Proprietor. LbkucU Kvcry Friday. hubMTlption 11.00 per year in advance. Address nil communications to The Leaven worm Echo. itiin.iY, jilv 91, isof The Wonatchee World of Wert .jiesday reports the sale of the 1 'helfin County Democrat to Mr. Fowler of the Wenatchee Repub lic Well, Mr. Fowler now has (lie newspaper on top of the po iitical fence and one on the democratic side, and if he can now get hold of one on the re publican side he will have a political mouse trap open at both £uda and in the middle. For the past four months the Echo has directed the attention jot the commissioners court of ■Chelan county to the condition of the bridge across the We natchee river at this place and pointed out the necessity for .making repairs on it so that it would be safe to travel. This week Messrs. Moon and Williams began the work of putting it in thorough repair. By the end of .another week the work of r...

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 July 1905

«Jreat Northern Tim.- Table. Arrival and departure of trulns. West Hound: I R as t Flound • No. 1 No 4 Ar »15 pm Dpts «90 » Ar i 'JO pm Depts a apm No. 3 No.'.' ArgSSui Dpts 335utAr3 85 mi Depis *SB »m Blewetl and I.oavrii wortb Stage. iLeovcs Blewett every Monday, Wednesday arm Friday at ?J*i. I.eayes Leavenworth every Tuesday Thurs day and Saturday at Bam. '' " Carries passengers and express. H S. IRWIN, Prop. Stage Line. Business Paragraphs. All the latest magazines and periodi cals at Crawford's, the jeweler. 25tf Magatines, periodicals and late pa pers at Blocksedge's. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortly'?. Terms reasonable. Just above Keat iags Hardware store. Lost —Between the depot and the cemetery, a Grand Army badge. Finder please leave at this office, 25tl Say, you—besides some farms and ranches, I have a neat little four room residence for sale at a bargain. In pleasant location, cellar and woodshed. Also have an eight room residence for rent—fine view of the river. See mo. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 21 July 1905

'B&lOTON'A-JSOblD* AMERICAN TAILOR BHWP^lii "J '''fc/Vi&AftO. U.S.A. ; We Cater to Men \ Who Know InHnilmll and will appreciate the hang WillliWlilPtelffl and style of our creations. l#P^iillllill^iM^^l KAUFFMAMN was selected to TP*H^K:. »ff% tailor our garments because we vi llPi^i^Jilli'^^^T"'''^i^ 11*™'** have found by careful corupar- Iwl:^''^--*' "'■ 'son that his Barmen *8 ate the iiHil^^S^ni!l'l best made, because he utilizes j-'illp^y^^%tSj on choicest woolens and lin !"M|feJjf MiWi'llj ings—the best canvas, haircloth B>k'^ '"'■'■s Wwll and intcrlinings that the mar- *^^^l ket affords. Because his cutters, ' mW«V (sliira drapers and tailors give us bet fe§f J MMII ter fitting, more stylish and PH/ Mi 1. H clean cut garments than we can wM w ■ *'! secure elsewhere. H»w wUft Suits to measure, 14 and up. WM \I*S: v Trousers to measure, $4 and up. SsS^V ' a'so mill my personal x 1 "^'■vlT'-i " *~^S^'?^-v. guarantee to the above. Pfaj^. S3? '_, Tnrm-rr; T , ml7/7J7.l *...

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. — 28 July 1905

Xlbc Xeavenwortb 3Scbo as Vol. 2. No. 28. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Tumwater 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 FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST ~* Grade of Wines anil Liquors npcpA THE BEST * ■—»MV^-%. Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars _^ . _^ In addition to which we have all the J3-Ak.lv. accessories that go with v drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH ■ - - ——-IE L. Lamb, Pres. C. R. Lamb. V.-Pres. G. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Treas. & Mcl- Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Mtnn. Clinton, la...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 July 1905

&eav£h\vortb Echo Kntin ; ittLha Post imice as Sccomi <■;:•;.> l i.l. r DKIiD ii..\iavah. Kditor»ndProprlttor. Issued Kvery Friday. Subscription $1.00 per year In advance.. Address an communications to The Leaven »«itli bo. I'KiikAv, ji i,v as, iao.-i Jr.d^e Do Haven this week sentenced Senator Mitchell to pay a tine of one thousand dol lars and six months in jail. The punishment is well merited. Feuding appeal the senator is out on bail. There is little like lihood that the verdict will be disturbed by the Supreme Court. The senator is over seventy years old and the ordeal of the trial is said to have broken him .completely. There is small likelihood of his surviving the imprisonment. J. M. Hitt, librarian of the Washington State Library asks the Echo to say to its patrons that the state now has sixty traveling libraries that are sent into every town, village, school .district or country neighborhood where the tax payers will be come responsible for the care and safe-keep...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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