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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 September 1905

eras! Northern Time Table. Arrival ami departure of trains. Wtsl Bound: East Bound: No. I No 4 Ar»lsw I)pts lav Ar lai De pt.» ; .:, M At *85 » ' Dpts a ■ « Ar »__ Depts ! ■ M Lrmmuortli and Bleweu M.. ii lFirtd» Bla-« eVerT Monday. Wednesday »nd Friday ai • aw. - leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday. Thurs dny and Saturday at 8«». *' Carries passengers and express George Tort-en, Prop. Stage Line. fLrarrnwnrlb and Short-lea Staee Lino Stag* leaves Shorelea every Tuesday and (Friday at 7 a. m. * Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday and Fri .day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. Wm. Gerfen, Prop, j Business Paragraphs. Ear > 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 Terms reasonable. Just above Keat iiigs Hardware store. For Sale—Small coal heater and sev eral pieces Second hand furniture. In quire at Millinery Store. The Blairol Lire. There is no question but that bread ...

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. — 1 September 1905

•BIJIIiTOK-A-SOIiID- J^f fiflED. f LWFPMANN 0; -v AMERICAN tailor. MM' i gas?©, u.s.a. |l ■ We Cater to Men \ Who Know pjj! ,11 tI ' i d; CM and will appreciate the hang 1 IMiwllli'lipPll and style of our creations. |§{l|!lilB!ilB ! KAUFFMANN was selected to Y|^^*c|o^^?^g^f4 j tailor our garments because we i wl'iife^^i^'ir^^"** have fouud bycareful compar- Illi^iiiWr^ * I ison that his garments are the ' SjEf ll^fKll: best made, because he utilizes |l]f% ■•i?&|pfe only choicest woolens and lin p'fp'lf pwMiff| ings— the best canvas, haircloth 'fiiW'Al *|,V-'O" ~i\ and interlinings that the mar ss£*'s s^f"^^' ket affords. Because his cutters, fiStefj W^l^ drapers and tailors give us bet- Bwt £HI ter fitting, more stylish and Wii!:'"'' 1/! Wl 1-?* \ clean cut garments than we can ol| W^*i' secure elsewhere. m§ iM^l Suits to measure . $14 aa UP %'i ' , :.-\ Trousers to measure, $4 and up. Y^ijnv'Sji I il S|) '"'•I my personal i ir.FfTI —uj>-_-- -S*'^^»v»w. cutiri nleeto the abov...

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. — 8 September 1905

P R. I M T Vol. 2. No. 34. — ; ~ --•-^---■---- -" •—„—_—; H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers* supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHKNTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating p««B W i a T BIW »n-^,,.T-. l nw, M »IPlWtfmßaY a nh-A The Turn water Light & Water Company Are now prepared to figure with you on wiring your house | and supplying you with Electric Lights ■■■.■■■ than you c i! 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 & Wat Company I" ' "" ==S% THE FINEST liar Bet-ween Seattle and Spokane j THE TH HIGHEST Gr*do •>'. Win- - ami LiUjTiiors OPERA THB BEST ■*^r a iL-,n^..r-k* Grade 6l Impo ted and D in. stie( igars TT» A m» to addition tn wlii.h "(1 have all the BAR aeceseoriej thai go'witb'a drinking \> ■■■ •• patronize i by gentlt ci'u Trf OLJN & SMITH ti I. L<.irt> P....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 September 1905

Xcavcnwovtb lEcbo Rnlcred at ttu- Tost Onice us Srrnml (Muss Dinner. DEED H. MAYAK. Editornnd Proprietor. Issued Every !'ri ' i," Subscription Jl.tiu per fe~r In iul,rnncfl. ■ Address all «imn..;air.illi)ns to The Leaven worth Echo! tfHIQAY, il.l'll 111111 11, UK).". Under the head of "Fowler, the Philosopher," tin- editor of .the Wenatchee Republic last week made the vain and foolish boast that he often paid more I then two dollars for a lunch. Editor of a country newspaper! Two dollars won't pay for his lunches! Hehm! He ought to keep some things to himself. Somebody will accuse him of be ing a grafter if ho keeps this up. '■ WF\AT<lli:iC HASH FACTOHV. The enterprising head quill I driver who straddles the editor ial tripod of the Wonatchee Re public proposes to serve the peo ple of the different towns in Chelan county with intellectual j hash fresh (save the mark) from Wenatcheo, much as certain i boarding houses are fj said to j scrape the leavings of yesterday j together and...

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 September 1905

•MM Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: Bait Hound: No. I No 4 ArSlfiPM Dptu a9O Ptn Ar 2 ail pu Depts jr. Ml No. 3 No. I' Ar 355 m Dpts 3(BamAr 3■ am Depis > S.l « Leal enwortli mm) Bleu HI Singe. Leaves Hlewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Tim. Leaves Learenwortta every Tuesday, Thurs ■ ilii.v and Saturday at Him. Carries pa«»engera and express. George Torrence, Prop. Stage Line. Xeavcnworth Mild Minn l. „ stage Line Stag* leaves Shorelea every Tuesday and .Friday at 7 a. m. Leaves Leavenwortn every Tuesday and Fri . day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. Wm. Gerfen, Prop. Business Paragraphs. School books and school supplies at City Drug Store. 34 .Rooms and board at Mrs. Shortly a Terms reasonable. Just above Keat ings Hardware store. Fruit Boxes and ('rate* . •of all kinds at Lamb-Davis Lumber ■Cos. RiiNlueNM Proposition. A good paying business for sale. In-1 quire at the Echo office. 33tf OUI School Text Book* Will be exchanged...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 September 1905

S' iKFON-A-SOblD* |rFOfc)NDATK)N- I FkED. Kauff-mann mßSftJmk^ AMEHIGAM TAILOR. OHt&A&O, U.S.A. iWIB illl We Cater to Men || Bit WBI Who Know 111 !i feSif -MIMJI and will appreciate the hang iiiiliSlililw^l and styls of our creations. llffOT™li!||i||||^S ■ KAUFFMaKN was selected to ff^^as^^-^^^^^l^ i€% I tailor our garments because we % K'iHi flllliWlW"^'™* have found by careful comPar * ■ feilli 'ililfirM isou that his sarments are t!ie ■ best made, because he utilizes fpl^P™ liim^] only choicest woolens and lin iPii'lis ings— the best canvas, haircloth ||$|jff'.i fete^l and interlinings that the mar- Pl%li ¥'SlM| ket affords. Because his cutters, fp||*sj ra^tw! drapers and tailors give us bet ter fitting, more stylish and Mp'-fir 'P^M clean cut garments than we can jkw?^ W'S™ secure elsewhere. rfyi ■fl v jj Suits to measure» $14 and up. \pS?i \-' I-. Trousers to measure, $4 and up. *»'*v •'• rV I :i -<> :nlil my |xji'*o>i:it ■'—*' 11-4fe^V""'it^MEjiPjl^hh- guun-ut...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 September 1905

All Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 35. HARDWARE 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. I The Tumwater Light & Water Company THE FINEST * Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIQHEST Grade of Wines and Liquors AppDA THE BEST '*-**■ L>l^^* I Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars '__ . __ In addition to which wo have all the 53./V.sv. accessories '.lint go with ■ drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOL.IN & SMITH ' * ■' ' ' i L. Lamb, Pres. ('. It Lamb. V.-Pres. G. E. Lamb. See. P. DAVIS. Treas. & Mgr Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 September 1905

Xearcnvrortb Echo Knurrrd »: tin- J*o«i O8i« a» Second Ciwi ■nitiinr DEED H. MAt Ai; Editiirjmd Proprietor. Issued Lv—7 Friday. Sui>Mm(rt!tii Jum pa yrar in An?* Aiiureni. ail eoßimuciuiian* V TUr I^til: ru wont I>|id »'HI»A». MHI^BIB i:,. ami if Bogus man ame to this town ; for ti^s purpose ,of smarting a newspaper—came here to live,; to invest bis money, identify; himself with the town, so that yhat -was for the i>est interests of the town would be for his own best interests—ia short, if he '• .came here to li\e and make this Us home and take "pot luck" i yith the .balance of us, there ,would be no just cause for com plaint from any one, and least of ; *11 from the Echo. But when a man comes here from a rival town, and proposes to fatten off this community with -a paper: edited and printed in and for an-: jotber town, and by simply sub-I stituting a Leavenworth head ' .and date }tne run off an edition ' for this town, it becomes our plain duty to the community to expose t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 September 1905

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of train-. West Bound: East Round- No. I No 4 ' >r "15 2o •*** B*' "*! Ar t n "".. Depts saw Arߣs»» Dpta 9 35 ««■ Ar S« ut Depts 2 ■ m Lrairnmirlh and Rievr«u *ta«c. Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday vi 7t». * ' Leaves t.»avi-nwnrtfa every Tuesday, Thurs .day and Saturday at Hut " Carries passengers and express George Torrence, Prop. Stage Line. ■ J/cavrunurlli and Miorrlru Mace Line Stair* leaveß Shorelea every Tuesday and Friday at 7 a. m. Leaves Learenworth every Tuesday and Fri day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. , Wm. Gerten. Prop. i Business Paragraphs. School books and school supplies at' City Drug Store. M KunliieMS Proportion. A good paying business for sale. In ,-quire at the Echo office. 33tf ' Old School Text Book* Will be exchanged for new ones at City Drug Store, after Sept. 15th. 34 For Sale. $45.00 Folding bed and a $10.00 cup board at a bargain. Inquire at this office. . 33tf Fur Sale, ,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 September 1905

•B tf HsTONA-SOMD- Afddndatjon- Jsrf fes^. Kaui^pmann TME O^B^AMEmC?M TAILOR. I « I •,HIGA&O, U.S.A. ""- ff 1 |\ We Cater to Men ,;A Who Know ana will appreciate the hang ' - and style of our creations. »!■■■' i KAUFFMANN was selected to fJf!^*"fT"% tailor our garments because we H »'-4iA™"*** have found by careful compar- | ison that his garments are the best made, because he utilizes only choicest woolens and lin ings- the best canvas, haircloth and interlinings that the mar ket affords. Because his cutters, $$$$$ W&^i drapers and tailors give us bet- Ippy fK-ti ter fitting, more stylish and W«iJ B**i'M\ clean cut garments than we can W$ ' W^W, secure elsewhere. '^M lssMk Suits to measure, $14 and up. «P$ <llt**\ Trousers to measure, $4 and up. _ r —,#Jj?J - jLj^ tt^**^@y^^->^ guaimteo to tho above. WSsm J- \v PI LIOTT; • If vfE^JC»A.Nj Leaven worth, Washington Don't Forget That we handle all kinds of I Grain, Seed and Feed | Also Flours and Cereals of |j all Kinds. ...

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. — 22 September 1905

All Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 36. HARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers* supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating The Tumwater Light & Water Company * * -o' 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 liter service. They will also do your plumbing satisfactorily : and at reasonable cost. All kind of Electric and Plumbing j supplies. The Tumwater Light & Water Company THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIQHEST Grade of Wines and Liquors OPFPA THE BEST *~* ■ ■-' «V^m- Grade of Imported and Domestic Cigars __ / _— In addition to which we have all the I>.'\, accessories that go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH L. Lamb. Pres. C. R. Lamb. V.-Pre». G. E. Lamb. Sec. P. DAVIS, Treas. * Mirr Clinton, la. . Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leaven...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 September 1905

Xcavcnwoith KnUred »I to« I\»t ,>»<•« ** $<sv».t «*** 1 .matter. DEED H. MAY AX K.'.-.i.-r wt.l •NjMIM ' Isned kurr Friday. Subscript :c* II ■ per year ta H»IMW», Address all mcMamKatfoa* to Th* I.o»«r;v ! worth Echo. fridiy, >i:t>ri:nui:it t*. |HI IT PAYS TO TIiLL THK TRJ"TM. j The efforts of the Wenatchee j paper tf> uvniaiise the import-; ance to this town of having the! railroad shops located here, and' belittle the trade value to the merchants, does not spring from i malice. We prefer to put the; charitable interpretation on his statements and charge it to dense ignorance of the situation hero The Great Northern railway /disburses at this point ap proximately $20,000 per month. Of course all of this is not spent here, but a very large part of it goes into circulation in Leaven worth. The establishing of the big saw mill here was most fortu nate and adds largely to the gen eral prosperity, but the trade of the railroad employees still cuts a considerable figure...

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. — 22 September 1905

«real Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: East Mound- No. I No. 4 Ar *'* No ? Pt9 **"* Ar 8 "!, Depts -'5 "* NO. 3 NO 2 AT 225 AM ' Dpts 2 .15 AM Ar3S»U( DeplH 2 85 AM ' 1., m ennortli and 111, vi -it sias<>. Leaves Hlewett every Monday, Wednesday' »nd Friday at lut. •" Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday, Thurs i day and Saturday at Km. *' Carries passengers and express. George Torrence, Prop. Stage Line. , rmvorih uil SJiorelea Siae<- Unc Stag* leaves Shorelea every Tuesday and •Friday at 7 a. m. , Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday and Fit ■day at I p m. Carries passengers and express. Wm. Gerten, Prop. ; Business Paragraphs. I have some desirable residence lots, and several Beat little dwelling houses and lots for sale, on each and all of' which the price is right. 36tf J. J. King. UuntlueM r<<>i>o*liii>u. A good paying business for sale. In quire at the Echo office. 33tf For Sale. $45.00 Folding bed and a $ln.oO cup board at a ba...

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. — 22 September 1905

•BtJIIiTONASOIiID- I Ss§p"j O^F«O f\ ikUS^P'MANN AMERICAN TAILOR. BHHp^^M CMIOACrO, U.S.A. H^H9k We Cater to Men BWWKiMI SuS^Nwas r s e UcUdnto Vpßrif^^^^^TOS^l^WffWk tailor our garments because we | K©Pffii^S l|Wi!nWi' I™™™1™™™ have found by careful com Par" Bpilll^^Mlli is<"l that his 2arments »re the MwJ^ffISSJKSK^I ' ' best nude, because he utilizes HBHJ-^fJl only choicest woolens and lin ' iPHbI inga-the best canvas, haircloth Hj|f wPjwKjl and interlinings that the mar- B| nofrnffll ket affords. Because his cutters, fiPtp? l^^^l drapers and tailors give us bet '■B 'l^^l ter fitting, more stylish and Hi Kswll clean cut garments than we can Hxif raipi Suits to measure ' *M and up ffii lisKv ' Trousers to measure, $4 and up. |plla|fr^Fj§?T CAN\ Leavenworth, Washington Don't Forget That we handle all kinds of Grain, Seed and Feed Also Flours and Cereals of I all Kinds. D. M. Thomas & Co „ m . Emil Frank The Only best PL4C£jyieat flarket TO Get „ Wholesale and Retail Dealer. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 September 1905

m Uhc Xeavenwortb iScbo ss Vol. 2. No. 37. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. ~ AORICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing George Keating L. Lumb, Pres. C. R. Lamb, V.-Pres. O. E. Lamb, Sec. P. DAVIS, Tread. & M«r Ciinton, fa. Minneapolis, Minn. Cllntou, la. Leavenworth, Wash Lamb-Davis Lumber Co MANUFACTURERS OP WESTERN WHITE PINE LUMBER Dealers in all kinds of building material. Leavenworth, - Washington [The Overland Restaurant | Now in Charge of Jno. Bjork and wife & We respectfully ask all our old friends and the traveling public goner- I ally to call anil see us at the Overland Hotel. R I The Overland Restaurant! BUTTER WRAPPERS AT THE ECHO OFFICE f .• The Ellis-Forde Co. .•■• The Big Store Saves You Money \ ' The Ellis-Fords Co. . The Big Store I : Saves You Money. *"y -J f mb jKffßfl rOi¥% Eil-i«ii'r B??5 £*S 3 \fi^. h&m >fcKSS-*li BHMBia dHim*rl JsaLuCy I En GEjB Ha iBS 1 feVifia I k£l wfeiffi IM ABUni The Big...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 September 1905

Xeavenwottb Echo *.-.._. - ... . - Entered'm the Post Office as Second Class matter. ■ i *■ DEED H. MAYAH. J»d Proprietor. —*—■————^—^— ~———■— w« -- Issued Every Friday. ....-•-.— Subscription 11.00 per year In advance. - Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. '■'' '. " . ': '..-*•-» - Friday, Ml'll'lltlll 29, i-mi;, fn the last campaign the Echo was the only newspaper in ' Che lan county that gave the repub lican tiqket unqualified support. Since the establishment of the Daily World there are two re- \ publican newspapers in the! county. T ".. ■[ If the bills are adhered to at Wenatchee that town will have i some drawing cards this week. ! Senators Ankeny and Piles are j both billed for a speech, and now ! comes the report that no less a person than James .1. Hill, presi dent of the Great Northern, will j visit the fair, and may also make a speech. l The opposition of the Echo to ' A Wenatchee publisher entering 'this field with ' a Wenatchee printed paper does not ar...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 September 1905

Great Northern Tim* Table. Arrival and departure or trains. West Bound: I But Round ■ No. I No 4 ATC\t>r* ppt«!!OP« D«pu« No. S . No.* 1 Ar*Bs« DpUtSSttt|&rt«SNi Depug&ui Utifimonk and Blcwetl Muter. Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Tax. • Leaves LeaTjnwortb every Tueaday Tours , day and Saturday at Hut. Carries paimeDgera and express. George Torrenee, Prop. Stafe Line. dLeaTeatrorth ana Bborelea Stage Itae Stare leaves Shorelea every Tuesday and' •Friday at 7 a. m. | Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday and Frt ■ ■day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and expmi. Wm. <&erfen. Prop. Easiness Paragraphs, I have some desirable residence Vats. and several neat little dwelling houses ' and lots for sale, on each and all of which the price is right. 36tf J. J. King. ■wain it— rroposalloa. '. i A good paying business for sale. In quire at the Echo office. 38tf For Sale. •45.00 Folding bed and a 110.00 cup board at a bargain. Inquire, at this: offica. j 33« I F...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 September 1905

■ •* , ' FREE HONEST VALURS FREE TO MOORS Will LEAVENWORTH, WASH. LrOp BUSY BEE GRAPHOPHONE fffifl Lrpp BUSY BEE GRAPHOPHONE JTOD 111 ll m . and Busy Bee Hard Gold Mould Records 111 ll I THE MOORE CO. WE GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE TO EACH JuEm / J^mmp^^ AND EVERY HOME THAT PURCHASES J^m!^^ " GOODS TO THE AMOUNT OF $25.00 *^m^^ *-"*> "' " THIS WONDERFUL MACHINE and -*gjfr A Few Words About the Busy Bee The Busy Bee, without a question, is the most complete and simple Graphophone on the market. You can make your own records, reproduce your own natural voice The Busy Bee records are sweet, clear and rich, and full of natural tones. They are absolutely free from the disagreeable and rasping sound of the old-time imitation in | vocal and instrumental solos. They duplicate the original in every quality, even in volume, and in reproducing concert music of bands and orchestras. The volume is ■11 the average room will hold, while the rendering of each delicate flute note is perfect. ■ The Busy ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 October 1905

All Home *♦ R. I N T Vol. 2. No. 38. What the Moon Think. It Is evident from a recent Morocco tetter to the rail Mall Gazette that the sultan's people have their own ideas «bout France's "pacific penetration" of their land and of the role of England and Germany In the premises. Says this writer: One would not car* to share It perhaps. «mt it Is as well for English people to Inow something of the Moorish point of view In the present state of affairs. Ac tual understanding of Its foundations can only com* with knowledge of the Moors themselves, the people who terrorised Eu rope for many generations and received tribute from us as recently as the begin ning of last comtury by way of bribe for the protection of our shipping; the name people whose dominion in southern Europe once represented the apex of civilization, while English folk were as yet but half naked savages; the people who, having -once ruled the sea, have fallen to the stage of inability to build a rowboat. The general publ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 October 1905

Xcavcnwortb Ecbcl ii i Entered at the l\m OSs* «a So.vu.l Oi*M j matter. DEED H. ma yak. K,l,t>>r and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription full |*r year In u.Uani-e. « Address all ivniicunicuiUms to Thr i<m\i-ii worth Echo. l'ltinn , .« i..in it «, mo.. The rjsio in tin* Wonatchee river caused by the recent rains has over-flowed the bottom on the south side of the river and made the road impassible to travel. A number of ranchers had perishable products to bring to market the first of the week that proved a loss on account of the overflow of the road making it impossible for them to get to town. This road should be piomptly repaired, as some .eight or ten farmers are entirely dependent on this mid to get to town. ■ The Leader has received a £opy of a paper called the Jour nal, which purports to bo a Leaven worth newspaper, . but •which in reality is printed in "VVenatchee and foisted upon the people of Leayenworth, in order, apparently, to strangle a legiti mate en...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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