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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 July 1905

Urml Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains.. ■ "■' West Bound: East Bound: Ar a ib ««' Opts 190pk Ar a mm* Depts i ,<.-. M ArSSSAM ' Dpti S3 m ArSSS« Depts Sas m Blewctt and vrn north Stake. •n^TridVy Z™m. WMT U°Mt "' Wednesday Leaves Loavenworth every Tuesday Thurs day and Saturday at B*m. "=■«»»■ luurs Carries passing rs rod e«pn H. S. linvix. Prop.' Stage Line. Business Paragraphs. Magazines, periodical! and late, pa pers at Bloeksedge's. Rooms ami botrd at Mrs. Shortly*. Terms reasonable. Just above Keat ing! Hardware store. Lost—Between the depot and the cemetery, a Grand Army badge. Finder please leave at this office, 2.M1 Lost.—Ladies lace pin small diamond surrounded with pearls. Finder please leave at Leavenworth Hospital and re ceive reward. Yon Don't Need Cake when you eat that delloltfua Palm Ice Cream at Biocksedgo's. Its good enough without. 27tf I?Wr *Ul<-. $45.00 Folding bed and a $10.00 cup board at a bargain. Inquire at this office. . 27tf _ Sp...

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. — 28 July 1905

•BttIbTONASOIiID* d. Kaufp-mann TME. 0 .IK AMERICAN TAILOH. OM 9 6A&O, U.S.A. — I fe i '■■ |; ;•'.•: We Cater to Men '\ Who Know and will appreciate the hang "5.'". '"^T'Wni and style of our creations. fl KAUFFSUKN was selected to . • '4, tailor our garments because we —«=» I have found by careful compar i " if !'HSil(§|^iKif ison that his garments are the pl'i;ijilsfl^''||'| l best made, because he utilizes * 11 "W '\ ¥J$ only choicest woolens and lin ".;:■,:■■?..:. y i|v.;-^v!i ings— the best canvas, haircloth ""' •?n*4-/'H and interlininss that the mar :'^S:^* &?3j';;;S ketaffords. Because his cutters, f'ji&M Wos» drapers and tailors give us bet ter fitting, more stylish and ' v": ■^'"•/ te^v'|i\ clean cut garments than we can Wmß iV-l-^iy ' f secure elsewhere. rIMS 1 %|^?J:l Suits to measure, $14 and up. WJ^'l %S'^\ Trousers to measure, $4 and up. "^^la \&f!|;.^i f a'so !UM IU.V personal T^«, -.-/.ffJ^T-g"' v-"-" ■f'-P-'^^e. guarantee to the above. , l^fe^w^^f^ J...

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. — 4 August 1905

=s Uhc Xeavenwortb Jscbo m Vol. 2. No. 29. 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 Com any THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST 1 ""* Grade of Wines and Liquors OPFDA THE BEST ■ -BV-r-^. Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars .^.^ _^ In addition to which we have all the J3-/%.1v accessories thai go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOL.IN & SMITH L,. Lamb. Pies C. X Lamb. V.-1V» G. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Trass, ft Mur CJJutoDjJa, • ti Minneapolis, Minn. - Ulnton, la. Leaveowon...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 August 1905

Xeavenwortb Echo Entered at the Post UOlce as Second Class matter. * * DEED H. MA YAH. KUitor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription ,tl.uo per year in advance. Address ail communication:) to The .Leaven worth Echo. ' FRIDAY, AVIil BT ■*. 1806 The irrigating ditch which is to sup ply Ih>r water for the Cascade Orchard .lands has been pronounced by compe tent judges as a splendid piece pi work, jit will easily carry twice as much water as will likely be necsssary to irrigate : the land which it is intended to cover, guaranteeing an abundant supply al ways available. ' r^ ——— _ ; *-ib 1 ■ This time of year Wenatchee people come to Leaven worth to escape the hot weather and get cooled off. In the .winter we send down to Wenatchee for o«r supply of ice. When they come up here, these Wenaichee people will insist on baring Wenatchee ice in their tea. Curious isn't it. A party of surveyors from Spokane In charge of a man by the name of Angel started out this wt-ek to survey t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 August 1905

tireat Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of train*. Vest Bound: I East Bound • No. I I No 4 Ar 118 pn PptH SO P». Ar lan pm Dents 925 pm No. * Hj o | Arß«r>»M Dpts *85MAr3 as «M DeptsS»«M tVt <•■■» orIJU a»d Blewtlt « ( M C .SwdJ!W every MoDday- w «>"-i dS^iaaßrSrAr 1* Tuesilliy ' Thurß Carries passcngpi* and express MrUermed & Torrence, Props. Stage Line. 1.. hi enworth and Short-Ira tttm* Uir : FfidV; a It? o eL Shorelea every *■»*»•» ■«»i Leaven Leavenworth e»ery Tuesday and Fri day at 4 p. in. Carries passengers and express. Wm. (iert«n. Prop. Business Paragraphs. Rooms ami board at Mrs. ShortJy's. Terras reasonable. Just above Keat- Lng-s Hardware store. .Suiter Wrapper* Klther I'ihlu or Prints. Leave your orders with the Echo for ■butler wrappers. Either one or two pounds. With your name and ranch printed on them or plain. Just as you prefer. . ,I'V-nJI Boxen and Crate* of ,all kinds At Lamb-Davis Lumber CVs. JPor Honi » *" Four room, plastered cottage. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 August 1905

•BI3IIsTOS!ASOWD "Jivf I^d. Kauff-mann |!fi^m^AMERICAII TAILOR Hffl^^a OHSOACrO, U.S.A. ife»^fs We Cater to Men ill^Wi I Who Know ! i"li IS I ilfefitl ! ana wiU««Predate the **** H Mi! | J ' I and will appreciate the hang i|LM| Illlfei antl style of our creations. KH||KifeM KAUFFMANN was selected to t'P'^^^^^^^^i^S'jr^ tailor our garments because we » 55* haVe fo"nd by careful com' ilw|i*fl^P|ife| *SOn that his garments are the ?! !iigSil4"i^«K^ best made, because he utilizes IPjil!:.' 1; r I W^^'wt only choicest woolens and lin llPiv^-f P'Wv^ Ings- the best canvas, haircloth flr^M W^'^ and interliniugs that the mar j S||| ifl^^ ket affords. Because his cutters, l|"jjiEl;y KfiiiSl drapers and tailors give us bet- Ip-'ifi'-V TOr^M er fittin s> more stylish and ft*?' ' t*i?*^\ clean cut garments than we can WtM \s'ss\ secure elsewhere. WjMlj Wssa Suits to measure, $14 and up. \R iffl W<§wv Trousers to measure, $4 and up. W^"V. ' a'so :"''' '"-v l"' 11"11' ■ * jS?'f<\ -»M!gjß ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 August 1905

s= Zlbe Xeavenwortb Bcbo ss? "" .. Vol. 2. No. 30. HARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing Ge.orge 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. ■^■■^■■■■mUHIBKHBBHBHHBmOMiHHmaXBBEB The Turn water Light & Water Co m■? a n Zj THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST """ Grade of Wines ami Liquors OPFRA THE BEST * *-(lv-rt Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars . _— In addition to which we have all the M~s.^^.M^ accessories that go with a drinking place patronised by gentlemen THOLIiN & SMITH I, L Lamb, Pres. C. It. Lamb, V.-Pres. U. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS. Tree*. *Mr ciinto...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 August 1905

Xcavcnwovth l£cbo ■' : , —'//'":_ —„. ; .| Entered at the rum Oflici as Second Class matter. ' DEED H. MAYAK. Kdltorand Proprietor. ■ lamed Kvery Friday; - Subscription 11.00 per yrar tn advance. Address all eomo ■, > ' -,;i- to The Leaven worth Echo, ■• ■ . • ■ ' mi DAT, \i «.« vr i i. isos Hissnv chop I.OHMS as ursri.r ■' ■ ••• 111 « All. The report comes from an au thentic source that the grain crop of Russia will be largely "lost on account of alack of trans portation facilities. The motive power of the Russian railroads is largely employed in conveying 'war material, men and supplies to the seat of war. Recently a large number of cars of grain Were received at St. Petersburg in a fermented condition and 'were ordered burned by the government. A large part of the grain consumed by the differ ent nations of Europe is drawn from the surplus crop of Russia. The loss, as a result of this shortage of cars and motive power, must inevitably result in the loss to commerce of a large ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 August 1905

fJreat Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. ■Went Hound: East Hound- No. I fj 0 4 Ar 9 If, PM ' Dptß 930p»Ar 2« pm Depts 1 «pm No. 8 No ._> Ar9 2r, >m DpUS 85 im Arista Depts 4 25 am I.CRY on north and Hlenetl Stage. JdTri^y'ar?." cv" Mond'ly ' WedueKU, Leaves t.eavenworth every Tuesday Thnm <tuy and Saturday ainm. '' Carrie* paHHCngers and .express McDerraed & Torrence, Propa. Stage IJne. ; ,l.r;iv<-iiH»rlti and Mmj-Mea m» K c I,in, Stage leavex Bborales every Tuesday mid ; Friday at 7 v. m. I/eaves Leavenwortu every Tuesday and fit .day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. ' Wm. (Serfen. Prop. Business Paragraphs. -Call and see new goods at Campbell-. .Rooms ami board at Mrs. Shortly's. Terms reasonable. Just above Keat ings Hardware store. For Sale—Small coal heater and sev- j eral pieces second hand furniture. In- ; quire nt Millinery Store. Corsets for stout women—Campbells. Hutter Wrapper* r.liln i Plain or Printed. Leave your orders with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 August 1905

•BUibTON-A-SOfelD- 'FOUNDATION* Jjvf I \ :.m KAUI^rtfANN |Sf i'^xAMEIRIGAM TAILOR A V ;■'.■■;■;; riTAILOR. Wpi@S^;s GMIGAfirO. U.S.A. ill iISII We Cater to Men ||J|i;;/.;fc|| Who Know |Ji!!i{l|'l^:;:;'v;i! S>.'ili;M^l and v/ill appreciate the hang pIlr^F;'^.;!!::;'^!!!^! an<l style of our creations. M^^-iinC"'^ rill KAUFFMAIJN was selected to Wk :^f^ f."\^'^'-^?fi:^Wl * tailor our garments because we » I t&wm'Vlr ma ** have ii.uud by careful compar -I),' ' ien that his garments are the "';, • rf;i'^|v|! ! best made, because he utilizes !iiv:': „';~: .:if;;! *!,'?' l v\'.> only choicest woolens and lin |i,!,';;s't f S^'vS^ • ings— the best canvas, haircloth i |i;lif J,V' l"M:4yK*? and Interlining* that the mar ;lj"V*jf Mf 'iS'i kct affords. Because his cutters, p&kis l«^t'"\\f I drapers and. tailors give us bet i|w»"s/ M&|f?i ter fitting, more stylish and |%|f y WS'iw■! clean cut garments than we can li.iii'jij W^lra) secure elsewhere. t&\ Suits to measure &g...

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. — 18 August 1905

/kll Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 31. 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. AH 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 OPFRA THE BEST * 1_»«W-*. Grade of Imjioi tod and Domestic Cigars In addition to which we have all the J3iTk.lv. accessories tha< go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIIN & SMITH I. Lamb Pies C. X t.amb. V.-Pres Q. E Lwuli. S.o. I". DAVIS, Tr«a.«. & Mur Clinton, I*: •■■ Minneapolis, Minn. OliHt.on.la, Leavf-nwortu. Wash ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 August 1905

Xcavcnwortb Echo Kntoreil at the Post Oftlce us Second Class mutter. DKKD H. MA YAK, Kditor and Proprietor. Issued Kvpry Kriduy. Subscription »l.w> per year In ndvun^e. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Kiho. ilium, i.i m 18, JIM»,, The latest information from Portsmouth, N. H., where the sittings of the RtYsso^ap'anese peace .conference are heldLjudi pate that an understanding will be arrived at. Japan asked for a great deal more thabshe^ex j>ected to get, or, than she was filling, evidently, to take. In jyhich she reminds us of a Texas horse trader who asked a custom ,er $125 for a small, scrubby pony. When the prospective .customer demurred at the price, and finally remarked that he might give $15, the horse trader blithely remarked, "Well, take him along, I never would allow $110 to break up a horse swop." The desire to lead the simple life and turn ,to the soil for sus tenance seems to lay a strong hold upon some people in these days of graft. Miss Anna ■Thol...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 August 1905

Croat \orihrrn Tlanr Table. Arrival and departure of train*. West Bound: I Bast Bound: No. I No. 4 ArSl*« Dpw 2 » Ar 8* m DeptaSSm No. a No. 2 ArS»B«* Dpts 3 V, AH Ar 9% iv Depis2Ssui JL*a» rn mwUi ■>■■! Blewell %imzf. leaves Hlewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7<m j ' Leaves l.ravenwortb every Tuesday, Thura , day and Saturday at Am. " Carrie" passengers and express. McDermed & Torrence, Props. Stage Una fLeaYCßWorth and Short-tea Mace Ulu i SUf* leaven Shorelea every Tuesday and .Friday ai?«.4n. Leaves l>eavenworth every Tuesday and Fri day at 4 p. m. Carrieß passengers and express. Wm.Gerfen, Prop. Business Paragraphs. Call and see new goods at Campbell-. ■Rooms ami board at Mrs. Shortly*. ' ■Terms reasonable. Just above Keat •lngs , Hardware store. For Sale—Small coal heater and sev- J eral pieces second hand furniture. In quire at Millinery Store. Corsets for stout women—Campbells. «ull«r Wrapyen Bilker riaiu or Print**. Leave your orders with the EoUo fo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 August 1905

•ByiUFONA'SOWD* 4Mm^AMERIGAN TAILOR. »|||W|| OMIOACrO. U.S.A. KOi il&m We Cater to Men ■Hs^Bi who Know ml I \ Hlfh gW M and will appreciate the hang PI L-'jfpH i ii'iMi'tP'll and style of our creations. $^n^S' !l W ffl $*|if| KAUFFMANN was selected to ||™^f ®o\% tailor our sannents because we » $^ri ~i*iitih m -~ have found by careful comar' Wflf i 'Slllwiti ison that his garments are the Hi-lrilfll best made> because he utilizes ||l|!ift: M wraHplSiil] only choicest woolens and lin «PPff sililifllll ings--the best canvas, haiicioth Sllll 18111 and interlinings that the mar- S»*^ Ml* ket affords. Because his cutters, tjjpjj ffp|Sf drapers and tailors give us bet mmgjy lES^'iV''' ter fitting, more stylish and HHf lliPii|\ clean cut garments than we can '§ $ W^^* secure elsewhere. tgjyy U ®uits to measure > *14 ani UP- Sj'm WS)^iA Trousers to measure, $4 and up. IP*\ wMaSeSi. aso Mel4l my Pul!ioUa' C^^^^a " lJ**---wi^^^^^ guarantee to the above. ||a^^i;"'iyrrr''7 J, W. li II...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 August 1905

Xeavenwoctb iScbo s= Vol. 2. No. 32. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers* supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Turn water Light & Water Company IMIMtMIMIMIIIWWIMin.I«IHHR^ Are now prepared 10 figure with you on wiring your house and supply ins? 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 , tn—Ma—ia^a^a^mrti '"mt'iT, "" rut i" tm^mmnw^M^i^ THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGIiEST Grade of Wines and Liquors OPFPA THE BEST * *-' *V-/-*. Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars __ . _.^ ! In addition to which we have all the J3^\.fiV accessaries that go with a drinking jilaie patronised by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH L. Lamb, Pres C. K. Lamb, V.-Pros. O. E. Lanib, Sec. P....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 August 1905

3Leav>enwortb Echo Kntrred at the Post ORlce it* Second Class matter. DEED may Ait. Editor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription JI.(K) per year in advance. AddreßH nil communications to The Leaven worth Echo. jFJtipAy; AJ Cij st 5J..1, 1005 A crazy niau was going about Long Island. New York, giving »way money, and saying his name was Russel Sage. There is no doubt about his being crazy. In Moorish society it is very bad taste to refer in any manner to a woman's age. Celebrating a woman's birthday is an un known event in Moorish history. The Post Intelligencer says: After .all it is not so remarkable that Senator Depew carried no insurance in the Equitable. He .can't be blamed. He was on the inside. - _.', We note quite an increase in the amount of local news which the Wenatchee World is giving its readers lately. This is good, very good. Give us all the lo ,cul news every day. We are in terested in what Wenatchee peo ple are doing. People with self respect rare ly go...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 August 1905

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of train*. West Hound: Bust Round: ArSI6Pt«'DptsS3OPK ArS No 4 Depts 3 Htm At 116 P* Opts 880 fwi Ar a uu .« Dept ti! is pu No. 8 No 8 Arl)Ss« Dpts 835u>Ar8 SO «M Dapttl MM .Leavenworth and Blewetl Stage. Leaven niewet.t Very Mondny. Wednesday I and Kridav ut ~m. I.enveH Leßvenworth every Tuesday Thurs i .day »nd Saturday atß*«. J Carries passengers and express. - George Torrence, Prop. Stage Line. '• tfavrniturlU and Shorelea Stage Line Slag* leaves Staorelca every Tuesday and Friday at 7 a. m. * Leaves I.envenworth every Tuesday and Fri day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. Wm. Gerfen, Prop. Business Paragraphs. Early fall hats at Campbell's. New silk skirts at Campbell's. For Sale— New Singer Sewing Ma chine. Inquire at Echo office. Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortly's. Terms reasonable. Just above Keat- Ings Hardware store. For Sale—Small coal heater and sev eral pieces second hand furniture. In quire at Millinery Store. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 August 1905

' •FOUNDATION* AMERICAN tailor. $Fm":': omigaoo, u.s.a. ■Slii^-'t- *'•''« 'We Cater to Men IB Ijfjf ißi Who Know 11 •'-' iMi $1 w;-^ kM and will appreciate the hang M P Wmsv to lift Wvk and style of our creations. ffif"! IPW|*|% '"fill KAUFFMAWN was selected to lf^T^^^i^^^a!?% tailor our garments because we 1 have found by careful comar" i^||ii;m^|\|j.' isonthat his garments are the Iff HHjr] best made, because he utilizes II till ' a !Hiß&'ssii only choicest woolens and lin- IgPfa'j '*^' 1;!" M ings- the best canvas, haircloth liMs-Pi f^lffiis and interlinings that the mar ifbNE lllßnllsi ket affords. Because his cutters, fe $$'&] WSfI drapers and tailors give us bet ffstt|f I^^^l ter iittiug> more st>"li;tll and TO $1 Isip^s \ clean cut garments than we can Bjp'/^ In .1 secure elsewhere. Hb^l flPi 1 Suits to measure, $14 and up. \hPls «fPlftk Trousers to measure, $4 and up. 7^^m i^^^SX. :l so a^l' m^ personal y~w~A»^-i-!^Mj C "s'^^^g^^>^ guarantee to llio above. '...

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

All Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 33. ■ 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, piepafvc] loflguro vvitli you "ii wiring your house ' and supplying you wilb Elaine Lights clißajier.thaivyou can afford to clfrairkerosene U:nip-. io -ay ri<»thiijjj of tbtjbi't- f t"r service. They wil; iuso'do our 1 1 tlnibiiijj satisfactorily p j and i reasoniib!u coht. All-kind ■>( I'll ctric aud ■ 1 ■ ~ ; supplies. ' i The Tumwater Light & \ Water Company THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST ~" Grade of Wines and Liquor* OPERA THE BEST *~* * "■"' »^-«m- Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars __ . —^ In addition to which we have all the 13 5v accessories that go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH W"^ —w^—————— I ■■■'lyjt'. I L. Lamb. Pres. 0. R Lamb. V.-Prea. G. E. Lamb, Sec. P. DAVIS, Treat. &...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 September 1905

%eavenvvortb Bcbo Entered at the Tost Office as Second Class .mutter. DEED H. MAVAK. Editor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription ]mi per year In advance. Address all oommunlcatioug to The Leaven .worth Echo. FRIDAY, M I'll UHIII 1, iuos A question for mpral debating plubs: •'Would water be as ' popular a drink as beer if sold at ! ten cents a glass?" While we had our little atmos pheric disturbance here last j Sunday evening, in which no I particular damage was done, ptber than tilling people's eyes full of dirt, the people about Walla Walla and Pendleton, Ore gon, were having a disturbance which almost amounted to a .cyclone. A large amount of .damage was done tp buildings and crops. The damage to grain jn the field is estimated up in the { thousands. It is not yet definitely decided whether Mr. Fowler will try to! Chadwick the people .of this 1-own with a Wenatchee printed newspaper. He Chad wicked the good people of the. valley where the apples grow red on the trees ...

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