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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 October 1905

i.rrml Northern Tin,. Table. Arrival atid departure of trains. B.und: | Kant I ml: No. 1 No i Ar 3IS « ' I>pU 2SOm Ar I « M l>ept- I ■PV No. a J No 8 <r!B* Dpts « ft". «m isa «v Depis •.■ ki>\<nniiri)i <u>4 Blew ell Stage Leaves Blewett every Monday, Wednesday and Friday ai Ml ; Leaves Lear«nworth every Tuesday Thurs- I .day and Saturday at (<». '' Carries paiwneero and riprcms. George Torrent*, Prop. Stage Line. i Lrafenniirtli and shun !H___e l_nr Stair* leaven Shorelea every Tuesday and Friday at a. m. . Leaves Leaven—ortn every Tuesday and Fri day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. Wm.Gerfen, Prop. Business Paragraphs. More new hati at Campbell's I have some desirable residence lots. ' and several neat little dwelling houses and lots for sale, on each and all of which the price is right. 36tf J. J. King. Call and see the beautiful new belts for ladies and children at Campbell's. _ HuKlHrm Proposition. A good paying business for sale. In quire at t...

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. — 6 October 1905

THE FINEST Bar Between Seattle and Spokane THE THE HIGHEST Grade of Wines and Liquors OPERA TKH BEST ■—r MVV-%. Grudo of Imported and Domestic Cigars —-^ . —^ In addition to which we have all the JLJ./^. accessories that go with a drinking place patronized by gentlemen THOLIN & SMITH Poultry and Stock Food I For Sale. The Best on the market. | Always on hand with a full supply. | All Kinds of Feed and Grain 1 D. M. Thomas & Co 1 The "BRICK" Saloon OPP"SITE THE DEPOT Billiard and Pool Parlors in Connection BURKE & CO. - ■" Proprietors THeomy Emil Frank best PL4C£/vieat ark c t TO Get Wholesale and Retail Dealer YOUR MEATS , CHALLENG COMPARISON IN QUALITY AND PRICE = J Leavenworth People t .. TAKE THE . ELBERTA BUS AT THE DEPOT AND GO TO THE Best Hotel in Wenatchee HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor JOB PRINTING AT THE ECHO. We are not equaled in up-to-date printing. Columbia Graphophones Best Talking Machines Made I 1 CYLINDER MACHINES DISC MACHINES " $7.50 to $100 «. $12 to $05 %...

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. — 13 October 1905

A" Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 39. The Square Deal. What a happy time It would be If an era could be ushered in when every cit izen could be assured that he would .have a "square deal!" This term ha* been popularized by the bead of the na tion. It Is a comfortable term, pointed and expressive. It has been liberally employed by politicians and employers. Yet there probably never was a time when the idea was so firmly rooted In the public mind that a "square dear was as hard to get as now. In poli tics the word craft is used ten times where honor Is used once. Honesty as a word still remains In the political vo cabulary, but It Is used In Its Pick wickian sense more often than other wise. Merit counts, no doubt, but pull scores more often. In business, as In politics, the impres sion holds that young men must bare somebody of Influence behind them If they are to make progress. This is es pecially true lv big Institutions, where the good places are largely held by sons, brothers and cousins...

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. — 13 October 1905

Xeavenvpovth Bcbc; KntiTol M the Post Office as Second Class i matter. , . . ■ DEED H. MAYAR. Editor and Proprietor. - Issued-Every Friday. • Subscription 11.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. • . i. .. • FHIDAI , o<tohi:h 1:1, lw»s lAKE WENATCHEE NEWS. We had our first snow in the valley October' 1, over a month earlier than \ ' lust year which came Nov. 16. ' ' Mr. Marble, the surveyor at work in I township 27 north range 16 east, was I compelled to stop wurk on account of 'had weather.' He says he will return as early as possible in the spring to complete his work. '■ ' •;. W. P. Sears' is building a barn and contemplates getting'a cow, He be lieves in getting the cage before the bird. - ' i .• . • :-: t ' Potato digging is going on in the White River va'llcy'and some fine roots are being unearthed.' '. "' ' •"' " ■ D. W. Fowler is putting a roof over Ins saw mill in hopes the weather will 'permit of his sawing a little lumber this fai...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 October 1905

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: Bound- No. 1 i No 4 -■■■« *rSIS« Dptß*»M» Ar»«n« Dept»t«i>« AtaSSui 'DpU»3sui!Ar*Ss«* DepuS X«» ■*'»»" Dpta!3S«Ar»Biii DeptsSKui j>Lrarfn«'onh and BlrwtTt*u>cr. JSfSBa ™17?2 eTerT ■one"- *•*>•"*■* dJWto^&r"* Tuesd"y 'Thnni Carries paseetigers and express -GeergeTorrenoe, Prop, stage Line. t«tT«nwortb and Snore I, „ Stage Lin. * Star* leaves Shorelea every Tuesday »nd Friday at 7 a. oi. Leaves Leavmworth every Tuesday and Frl day at 4 p no. Carries passengers and express. ■Wm.'Serfen, Prop. Business Paragraphs, modal Dane* at Modal Mall ta might. Admission SOc. More new hat 3at Campbell's. I have some desirable residence lots. and several Beat little dwelling houses and lots for «ale, on -each and all of which the price is right. •8«»f J. 3. King. Call and see tilie "beautiful new belts for laditsand children at Campbell's. . Rualneia Proposition. A good paying business for sale. In quire .at the ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 October 1905

Photography for the AMATEUR at Half its Former Cost ; ____ S CL ,'j£ 9iil rm — A HpBPggBBM ' ■ OTIC* vvcLXXj. ©IT u.o> American JR. Genuinely good in CA Vf ITQ A every detail. Film or ,"V 7 m mV* fX ■ P^tes as you choose. J geH°c^r $1.60 I Absolutely new models. Our facilities enable iWjSjj S^SHNNH «p4«OU us to furnish cameras Piß^^f^^^- ,^a catalogue telling all «nd 9 i, e » Fry* 4xSPOCO AMERICAN CAMERA MFG. CO. • 946 St. Paul St.. Rochester, N. Y. Leavenworth People TAKE THE ELBERTA BUS AT THE DEPOT AND GO TO THE Best Hotel in Wenatchee HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor JOB PRINTING AT THE ECHO. We are not equaled in up-to-date printing. Columbia Qraphophones Best Talking Machines Had* I CYLINDER MACHINES DISC MACHINES " >r.sotosloo .. $18 to *O5 1 •* i 2 The Orapho|>bone pleases yoai>9 ai»d old #|ll»e % I It Is an Ideal entertainer S Reproduces perfectly Band and Orchestral selections ' Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Qu«rtcti« Monologues, etc. ;: ncn Columbia nrn Vh" GOLD-MOtL...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 October 1905

ATI Horn* PRINT Vol. 2. No. 40. The triy P«g*. Dwellers In town and country alike ■would gladly unite in doing something bandsome In the way of reward to the ; individual who would banish flies, the bouse fly, the bluebottle, the green- | bottle and all other sorts, kinds or -classes. Whether man or woman, that j individual, so long us the memory of tiles shall last, would bold a place second only, perhaps, to that of the .saint who abolished snakes In Ireland. But It seems that but for our national propensity for doing things on a whole sale scale and love of a hero to wor ship the fly pest could be done away | with at no greater cost of labor than Is weekly devoted to dusting the best room. Scientists have found out all about the fly, bow and where he breeds and the stuff that will do him up as ef fectual as purls green will fix the potato bug. and that is very simple if the patch is not too big. The breeding methods of the most troublesome flies have been summed up by the experts...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 October 1905

%eavemvottb Bcbo Entered at tne Post Office as Second Class mailer. DEED H. MAYAR. KJitor and proprietor. • I*sue«i Ererj Friday. Subscription 11.00 per year in advance. A duress all communication* to The Learen worth Echo. i'-Hiit ii. «< r«*Hi II to, lan:, The Wenatchee Republic was last week incorporated and the valuation placed at one hundred : thousand dollars. In fixing the valuation the old patent mcdi- : cine electros, the hell box and \ the other printing office junk must have been overlooked. This could easily have furnished the basis for another fifty {thous- j and dollars. «.«T THE BOILKR PLITI> Jll\ l-.l>. The following gob was given! to the people of this town for local news last week by the \ alleesame Wenatchee Cashmere-' Leavenworth reprint: "A car of Jamaica oranges will be in the market before! long. This is said to be the: first car of the kind ever brought • here." . Yes, we failed to find this item : of news in our hunt. If any of our readers find it ly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 October 1905

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. ■West Bound: East Bound- No. 1 No 4 •Ar"*H l Dpu.*So««Ar2WiMi DepUSJSMI No. II . No i Ar»SS« DptsS*-.«Araa« Desist Leaven worth ami Blewelt Mace. iXfSX&S&L 6V6ry """"' Wedn, a d», . CairiMpHAvnirerftiinrtexpm,,,. ,„. George Turn-nee. Prop. Stage Lin.- Leavenworth and Sliorelea Stage U»e Stave leaves Shorelea every Tuesday and Fnuij at 7 v. m. ■.. Leaves Leavenworth every Tuesday and Fri day at 4 p. m. Carries passengers and express. Win. Uerfen. Prop. Business Paragraphs. One small hot time heater and pipe for sale. Mrs. Sam Merriam. (40tf) ~ For Sale. Iron bed, springs and mattress. Mrs. Sam Merriam. Fruit Boxea ana crates of all kinds at Lamb-Davis Lumber Co' Bnuek of Kr j » Lout. Finder please leave at Echo office and receive reward. 38tf For Sale. One Southwick Hay Press in good condition. Price $200. S. P. B«echer, Peshastin, Wash. 38-21 Far Sale. 145.00 Folding bed and a $10.00 cup board at a bargain. Inquire ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 October 1905

Photography for the AMATEUR at Half its Former Cost American JR.- Genuinely good in C\ A M "E, 1&. A every detail. Film or J?Z » w* /i plates as y°u choose- ! plate Howl? $1.60 Absolutely new models. Our facilities enable (f^li^pPispi $4080 us to furnish cameras I^JiiS^*^">' "^ -<sa ! of the highest grade at Pliil J* 1 ? I^l^'?^*. prices which cannot MPi^f I" •W'Cij! be met. Send for illustrated catalogue telling all ■'^kii^^^^^!^i^^^ about our 27 styles =$£25s£2^ and sizes. Free. 4X 5 POCO AMERICAN CAMERA MFG. CO. * 946 St. Paul St., Rochester, N. Y. Leavenworth People TAKE THE ELBERTA BUS AT THE DEPOT AND GO TO THE Best Hotel in Wenatchee HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor ? JOB PRINTING AT THE ECHO. We are not equaled m up-to-date printing. Columbia Graphophones Best Talking Machines Made I CYLINDER MACHINES DISC MACHINES " $7.50 to $100 ,• $12 to $65 % 1 •* 5 " m' S 2. The Orapho|>bone pleases yoonj and old alike ' ' ' ' It is an Ideal entertainer - Reproduces perfectly Bond...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 October 1905

All Home PRINT VoL 2. No. 41. I.AVI: INVENTIONS. ■••M Good, Others of Donbt/al I'lll- II J. Some Very Uuiiblltil. An lowa editor recently invented a patent milkor for cows, which be de scribes as follows:—'"It is an electric rooter fastened on Jlie rump of lbs co «-. The electricity being generated by a .•small dynamo attacked to her tail. She switches her tail, and the dynamo works. It unhooks tb« pail and -strainer. A small phonegraph accom- | panics the outfit which veils -"so" -every time she moves. If she lifts her foot to kick a little dingus Blips over a «candiviss and the phoaegraph says ■"damn" and if she ■eontlmse.s to kick a hinged arm catches the milk stool and lambs her on the back till it loosens a patch of hair as big as a dust pan. A patent churn goes with the outfit, that works the butter over and puts the foutter in one disk and the hair in an other.'" A PitU>bnru man has inherited a ma .chine that will in;ike and bake 40 pie .a minute. Anton the latest inventio...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 October 1905

Xeavemvortb Echo Entered »i the Post Office as Second Class matter. ' DEED H. MAYAR. Editor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. " --■" Subscription 11.00 per year In advance. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 19OS A number of our Eastern Washington exchanges report a lall of snow between the 13th and 15th of the month. Snow fell at Wenatchee last week to the depth of 'wo inches, and the Big Bend country was covered ■with a white mantle. Up to the present time we have not seen a flake of snow in this sun kissed valley. From the way it has shown up several mornings in the past two weeks on the hills we are reminded that the time is not far off when we will get up some morning and find the earth covered under a spotless .shroud of white. A prominent business man of Wenatchee, who was in Leaven worth recently, said, in discuss ing the newspapers of his town, "We have one weekly news paper in our town that is fur nished to your people and the peopl...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 October 1905

Great NorUaent Tim. Table. . Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: Ea»t Bound: No. I No 4 *rSlsw Dpt»B»»Arßi»* DeptsSSSPK NO. 3 - 0 «2 ■«'>»" DpU»S5«MAr»»»ii Depu*Bs«M Leavenworlb ami Blmv««ii(r, *2Arso£%*m every "onaar- ■*"**«*•*. , Carries passenger* and.express George Torrence, Prop. stage Line. «■'•»»«"rth and Shurrlrn Man Line Bta(t» leaves 8110™1** every Tuesday and ! Friday at 7 a. m. .diTa" i plie m V*n1" Oltll ""7 Tuesday and Frl- Carries passengers and express. Gerten. Prop, i Business Paragraphs. One small het time heater and pipe tfor sale. Mrs. Sam Merniam. i(4otf) FrallSowi uiid (rates •of all kinds at LambDuvis Lumber <Co'B. Bunch or Key* Lost. Finder please leave at Echo office :and receive reward. 4)Btf Foot Sale. One Southwick Hay (Press in #ood ; •condition. Price «200. S. P. Bencher,' j IPeshastin, Wash. 48-2t For Sale. $45.00 Folding bed and a 110.00 cup- I (board at a bargain. Inquire at this office. ' . 33tf , BlMlMiulth'* Coal. The Lamb-Davis Lum...

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. — 27 October 1905

■ Photography for the AMATEUR at Half its ■ Former Cost I^^^^^^^^bbb.- The famous ■ft(Hi Bi*c&«Eye , Hni^Sit and g^^S^^Hi American ; American JR. Genuinely good in ! CA M ERA every detail. Film or ! plate H°we? $Ie 60 Absolutely new models. ; Our facilities enable jfHSB^ 8 $4*Bo ; us to furnish cameras PfeJlEi •- ! of the highest grade at Ki-||F^i^~^t ll ! prices which cannot WOB f!? 1 I 14Wi/fifll • be met. ■ P^SfflS Send for illustrated ■ itt^^^^^^^^ 1 catalogue tolling all ■ "^-sa^^^^^^'^M^^^ I about our 27 styles ♦ j and sizes. Free. |^J —-, g pQCOj 1 1 AMERICAN CAMERA MFG. CO. \ 1 946 St. Paul St., Rochester, N. Y. i Leavenworth People TAKE THE ELBERTA BUS \ AT THE DEPOT AND GO TO THE Best Hotel in Wenatchee HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor JOB PRINTING AT THE ECHO. We are not equaled-in up-to-date printing. w Columbia w Graphophones Best Talking Machines Made | CYLINDER MACHINES DISC MACHINES " $7.50 to $100 «• - $12 to $05 I s •* I 2 The Oraphobbone pleases yoan^ and old alike „...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 November 1905

' All Bom* PRINT Voi. 2. No. 44. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIHENTS Strictly Sanitary Plambin» George Keating i L* Lamtv Pres C. R Laaib. T.-rm. G. E. Unit. Sec. P. DAVIS. Tre»s. * Met Citniun. la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. L«»ce»«rortii. Wash Lamb-Davis Lumber Co \ MANUFACTURERS OP WESTERN WHITE PINE! LUMBER Dealers in all. kinds of buikiing material. I Leaven worth, -- - - - .Washington _ | j When Y*u Trw. <A — WhBTS f-fJaAgffli East or West (LjI3CI3C I Take the Great Northern / I - Train* arrive and depart from Learenworlk by Ike follow- %% I ing schedule: 11 I T i"- ■W. Bound: East Bomd-. It I So. 1 No. 4 II I Ar.S-15a.a0 Oepts -l a. m. i Ar.B-.S3 a. m. DeptsS:Ss p. m. 11 I No. No. 2 11 I. Ar. 2:1J» !>• -')'■ a. m, I Ar. a. m. Depts S:SO a, m. ff I "Its not "Th« Only Way," butit is"Tl« Best Way." ' 11 J. E. DEUSTER, Agent, i I LSAVfiMWOBTH, WASH. 1 S. G. Yerkea, A. G. P. A., "2d Aye. and Columbia Sts.,...

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. — 17 November 1905

%eavenwovtb Echo Entered hi the Post Office as Second OUumi matter. DEED H. MAY Alt. Editor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription 11.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. - , • FRIDAY, mi\i:iiii:ii it. 1»O5 Congressman Cushman has of fered a prize of $100:00 to the students in the 7th and Bth grades in the public schools of the state of Washington for the best essay on Marcus Whitman. Harry Proctor has taken charge of the Riverside Argus, publish ed at Riverside, Okanogan county. If he puts his accus tomed energy into the work he will make of the Argus a model country newspaper, of which his patrons need not be ashamed. He understands newspaper work jn all its branches, The Echo wishes him unbounded success. The four-page reprint of the Wenatchee patent leather sheet last week stated that gambling had been supressed in Leaven worth. The Echo did not know there was any gambling going on here. If the editor of the patent leather sheet...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 November 1905

«reat Northern Tim* TaMe. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: East Bound: No. I No 4 *' * " No. D*.t»MUrlin,i, DepW 8 *"" >r*K«r 'DpWJKwlArasjVDeptfltSSu.i *•«•■ worth «mI 8v»,,, (latr . Mt5*ES&. eTerT Mondlyi *•*•—» Curries pnHKenifem and express . George Torrenee, prop, stage Line. *..™».rl* Mad «h«»w tease L| M Frtd\7.t e*rm. SbOrelem eTCTy «*. ,«#»t 4*p Lls.™"' Ort'1 every Tuesday and Fri .aay at 4 p, m. Carries passengers and express. Win. G«ieii, Prop. Business Paragraphs. Camera Wanted—l want a 5x7 plate; or film camera. Call at G. W. Hatha way confectionery store. One small hot time heater and pipe ifor sale. Mrs. Sam Merriam. /40t0 — . Frail Boxes ana .raw of all kinds at Lamb-Davis Lumber jCo's. For Sale. Good folding bed and mattress, and -wood heater. Call at residence. H. H. Dean. 44tf - . «-«•• ■*■>»• """"Half'gPWi English setter, white with black>P«tß. White ticked with fblack. White, around one eye and ■black around thiTo^fcaK.F'emale. Re- J war...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 November 1905

Photography for the AMATEUR at Half its Former Cost Ht'EBRSBDBIIBHi r^£~\£~*iT\ X UVVJ American JR. Genuinely good in CA "M" IT II A every detail. Film or ■ nu, V*V" iJi Platen as y°u choose.. : nl'teHoM^ $1.60 Absolutely new models. ! Our facilities enable HUfff |p@^^H «p'|-«Dl? j us to furnish cameras j^fl^S^^i^^^ss-r^ of the highest grade at |f|| || t $^^^t*M, ] prices which cannot jlw^M— II ; [r^^pll I Send for illustrated l^j^^^%rf^ j catalogue telling all ""'"^^^^^p.^^^B*** 3^ ■ about our 27 styles *!KSs~ii22^^ and sizes. Free. 4x5 POCO \ AMERICAN CAMERA MFG. CO. , • 946 St. Paul St., Rochester. N. Y. Leavenworth People TAKE THE "■""* M W^ 'W* '■Tl* *TT* A Tfc ~9 T ELBERTA BUS AT THE DEPOT AND GO TO THE Best Hotel in Wenatchee HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor ■ JOB PRINTING AT THE ECHO. We are not equaled in up-to-date printing. Columbia Craphophones Best Talking Machines Made § CYLINDER MACHINES DISC MACHINES ~ $7.50 to $100 •• $12 to $CS % a •* § 2 > The Orapho|»lK>nc pleases...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 24 November 1905

All Home PRINT Vol. 2. No. 45. H ARDWARE Shelf and heavy hardware, loggers' supplies, stoves, tinware, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLIfIENTS Strictly Sanitary Plumbing ; ■ ■■ **s George Keating L. Lwnb. Pr«s. C. E. Limb, V.'Pres. G. B. Laßib. See. P. DAVIS. Treas. * Mgr Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Lenvenworth. «m»h Lamb-Davis Lumber Co MANUFACTURERS OF WESTERN WHITE PINE LUMBER \ Dealers in all kinds of building material. . Leavenworth, - - - Washington LJ 1 j bJfrmnTyl'Am When You Travel p"! Igfili^tf East or West {iTTirTTIE Take the Great Northern / Trains arrive and depart from Leaven worth by the follow- H rig schedule: II West Bound: 11 ■ Bttst Boud: •• .If 1 Ko i No. 4 I I j At. 8:15 a. m. Deptg*:»o a. m. | Ar.2:So»,m. Depte B:JS p. m. 1 1 } ■■" :-ii-. J No. No. S J 1 > Ar. 2 a. ■. DepU 2:15 a. m, 11 Ar. t:St a. m. Depta 2:33 a. m f I I'Tls not "The Only Way," but It Is "The Best Way." I 1 J. E. DEUSTER, Agent, I I LEAVENWORTH, WASH. I II S. G. Yerkes, A. G. P. A.,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 24 November 1905

Xcavcnvvortb Bcboj, Entered »i the Pom Ofllee as Second Class I matter. I DEED H. MA YAK. Kditorand Proprietor. v , „ , Issued Every Friday. Subscription ll.no per rear In advance. Address all cointminlcutWins to The J.i-uven- , | worth Echo. 51 I'IIIHM, KOVlinilKll 84, }«O."> The city council of Wenatchee has ordered all houses numbered and street signs put up. Odessa has received almost one million bushels of wheat. The Record estimates the a mount of wheat that will be marketed at that point at 1,200, --000 bushels. County Assessor J. B. Holmes who has been very sick for the past month at Wenatehee, for whose recovery doubts were en tertained, is, we are glad to state, out of danger and on his way to complete recovery. The total enrollment at the University of Washington for the present semester exceeds 950 students. With the summer school, the enrollment for the present year is about 1100 stu dents The increase over last year is about 25 por cent. HIKES OLD STAGERS LAt'GII. E...

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