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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 February 1907

All Home PRINT Vol. 4. No. 4. Hardware Stoves and Ranges * Campers' Supplies * Mining Supplies w Loggers' Supplies * Farm Imple ments * Shelf and Heavy Hard ware George Keating' MORE FURNITURE I am receiving new furniture every week. When you are in need of anything in this line come and look and price. Don't buy elsewhere until you have given me a trial. The Best and Cheapest Light We are now prepared to figure Elertrlr wilh y°u on wiring your house piunibtiiK and and supplying you with elertrie at PluinbliiK lights cheaper than you can af- Reasonable Supplies ford to e , ean kep()9ene | anlp g to <o*' say nothing of the better service. The Tumwater Light & Water Co. V. Lamb, Pre». C. R. Lamb, V.-Pres. O. E. Lamb, Sec. P. DAVIS, Treas. & Mgr Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leavenworth, Wai . . . ,■ ■ . , ,v i : y ..-;«• -:, • i —■—~— ~ —; - ■ v ■ ■ - ;■'. : Manufacturers of /x^*^""^^^^*^j\ Manufacturers of Western Ujf A^M /&]\ Western WHite JJ^S^^g// Whi...

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. — 8 February 1907

Xeavenwovtb Ecbo Entered at tbe I'ust Office ax Second Class matter. DMD 11. MA YAK. Editor and Proprietor. Issued Kvrry Friday. Subncrlptlon $I.IXI per year In advance. Address all communication)! to Tbe Leaven worth Reno. PKIUAY, hKHHUHI 8, lUO7. Mr. A. H. Mohler writes that he will issue the first number of the Cash mere Valley Record within a short time. Mr. Mohler was in Seattle last week and bought his newspaper plant. His newspaper press he purchased from The Echo. Mr. Mohler is an old newspaper man. He came from Min nesota last summer and located in the beautiful vale of Cashmere. The citi zen's of the valley were anxious to have a paper of their very own and gave him a very substantial gaurantee of support. We have always held to the belief that a home made, home in terested newspaper would do the town of Cashmere more good in the way of advertising the valley than any printed away from home paper, however good it might be. The Commercial Club of Waterville endorsed the pur...

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 February 1907

(.ml Northern Tim. Table. Arrival and departure of trains. ORIENTAL LIMITED '.Vim Hound: East Bound: No. 1 No 4 Ar 100 m Ppts 1 US mAr ■-> -S> t» Deptsgauu No. 3 No. I Ar I! Ti i» Dpts I'.'+JUl Ar 3 «P» DeplxiSuPH Lraveuworth and Illewett Stage. Leaves Leavenworth every Monday, Wednea day mid Friday at 81N. Leaves Hlewett every Tuesday, Thursday mill Saturday at 7am. Carries passengers and express. E. D. Sinn-art. Prop. Stage Line. Town and County Huy your hardware at Heating's. 26 Mrs. Mary Bloom entertained the Altar Society Wednesday afternoon. Miss Rose Goerger left last week for St. Joe, Minn., where she will attend school this year. Buj your hardware at Keatiug'a. 2ti Albert E. James has taken employ ment with the Lamb-Davis Lumber Co. again as machinist. Charles Tuck was taken to a Seattle hospital last Friday, suffering from a well developed case of pneumonia. liny your furniture at Keating's. 26 Mrs. Mary Kringle and children ar rived from Seattle last Friday and will...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 February 1907

Notice from Land om«~ The Waterville land office is in re ceipt of the following notice, dated Jan. 3, 1907, and signed by E. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior: ', "Referring to the circular of instruc tions to special agents of your office, approved by me on January 29, 1904, relative to their duties under the act of February 25, 188S, 23 Stat., 321, en titled 'An act to prevent unlawful oc cupancy of the public lands,' you are advised that said circular is hereby amended and modified as follows: Strike out from said circular paragraphs 5 and 6 and insert in lieu thereof the following: It shall be the duty of the special agent on receipt of any charge or com plaint or upon information being ac quired by him from any source that an unlawful inclosure is being maintained by any person or persons, association or corporation, to at once proceed to se cure sufficient data, including a de scription of the lands inclosed, with reasonable certainty, not necessarily by metes and bound...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 February 1907

All Home PRINT Vol. 4. No. 5. Hardware Stoves and Ranges * Campers' Supplies * Mining Supplies * Loggers' Supplies * Farm Imple ments * Shelf and Heavy Hard ware George Keating' MORE FURNITURE I am receiving new furniture every week. When you are in need of anything in this line come and look and price. Don't buy elsewhere until you have given me a trial. Geo. Keating' The Best and Cheapest Light We are now prepared to figure Klertrlr with >'ou on wirln £ your house pmmblne ami and supplying you with electric »t Plumbing lights cheaper than you can af- Be««ou«bi* Nnppil.. for( , clean keroßene lamps to *'"" s:iy nothing of the better service. The Turn water Light & Water Co. L. Lamb. Pres. C. R. Lamb, V.-Pren. G. E. Lamb, Sec. P. DAVIS, Treaa. & Mar I Clinton, la. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, la. Leavenworth, Wash| i ■ ; ■ ttsjaas.yg,,'! ."L'Tjjft' Manufacturers of /fS*^^'s*jiSi. Manufacturers of Western iff AasJ / </^J| Western White JlK^^/ White Pine v Ijiilffih Pine ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 February 1907

Xcavcmvovti) Echo lUlllTVll ,il lhi> 1.-.I t«l)C« il- K.v.'lut I' 1:1— matter. PKKO 11, M.vv.vii. Kdtlumnil l'-,.i 1,.1 IflMI fcvpry Krltlmr- MulwtTtpUon fl.U> i-. i yt'ftr (v n.u itiu-i-. VhSir-.^ Iktt I'i'iiilmilK, .uuni-. l». Ttit' li'ait'ii •>'.mUi KcUtv SpwUl N»|W»--!I< nulliT ftll rtwutulluM of i i>"vU>-,t-'-.t' t\inh *'ti:-.-iU* iu'lu-i-i ti- i-lttt-r • UUti-cM!. rt !1,-|O :Ul Ml'mUftiO!) ((<'!- I ll ill *ll!. ttmt feU i.<'!■.<■■. til tttiy klmt titUMUttnl to i»rviuolti ■ .••!..■!,..,!>■- I--U-lin'-- IIIU-.1 Iw |utltl for ut ns» 111 ; t,lnlllv !'< rttltVl »> tu-ll IM IMi Tit 111 \\\V »V(n». l( y*»w ttxpfot thlM i-.ii>»-i to hetv vu.th ■UK' Uttutf u» in ii.r uu>ue> \\>u cau »nor\l to *-v-uii it» UVv to tin MUl^ml'l. Ail Hit iiil.l!.tlinm-liti of \* 'n'-.-ii.-i W (p. I or iuovt-mt*ms to otvniolt* ibo >M'.t M. -..'l,' |i|t'-|VUIt O( 1)10 lOltllllltllllV »» » «!-.(■'■.■ wtl4 tn» i;lvr» »■•«■ iui' twiil \\* w»luiuiw*. No ilvvithUo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 February 1907

Leaveiiworth and Hlewetl Stage. Leaves l.i'iivenwortta every Monday. Wedneß tiny anil Friday at Bam. Leaves Hlewett every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at ?am. Carries passengers and express. B. I). Snugart. Prop. Stage Line. Town and County Petrel Davis is in the east and is not expected back several weeks. R. T. King took the first westbound train for Seattle last Wednesday. Buy your hardware at Koating's. 36 The St. Paul Guild will meet with Mrs. G. A. Hamilton Wednesday after noon, Feby. 20th. At Dr. Hoxsey's hospital was born a son last Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lenhart, of Chiwaukum. Buy your hardware at Keating's. 26 Veterinary Surgeon Langdon came down from the White river valley this week and spent several days here. Victor Wilberg of Bartlett, North Dakota, cousin of Miss Anna Tholin, spent several days here this week visit ing his relatives. Buy your furniture at Heating's. 20 W. P. Van De Grift left here with the Telma mail Monday, Feby. 4 and got back last Monday. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 February 1907

LAND TRANSFERS \» HiT,>r<l.<l lor lint I ii.liim K«l> iiinrt "Mli h| ■■■•' I liilall to, tli>lriul < •■inimn) Adelaide D. Kingsley to Chelan Electric Co. lots 2,3,7,8, blk 8, South Chelan, 8400. Carl Christensen to H. L. Southwick lots 1.2. blk 30, First add to Leaven worth, $125. VV R Prowell to Genevieve Mauk, lot 7. blk 1, Pairview add to Wen, 8245. Sarah E Rockhill to I. W. Sherman, 20 acres in ne'i, sec 4, twp 23, r 19, 82400. Eugene C Long to Frank H Frease, part sw'i ne'i, sec 4, twp 23, r 19, 82700. Town of Chelan to Adelbert Knott, lots 14,15,16, blk 48, Chelan, 819. Emma C Gehr to E A Lloyd, lot 14, blk 7, Nob Hill add Wen, 8650. Emma C Gehr to E A Loyd, lots 29 and 30, blk 4, Nob Hill add Wen, 8500. F & M Bank of Wen to F & M Bank of Cashmere, lot 14, blk 3, Woodring's plat of Mission, 81. Claud Cooke to Lois M Cooke, X* interest in seA nw,'.i,nw'.i se'.i ami s 1 ■ kH, sec 1, twp 25, r 20, and lot 3 and ne'i swji, sec 7, twp 25, r 21. $500. Fred ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 February 1907

All Home PRINT Vol. 4. No. 6. Hardware Stoves and Ranges * Campers' Supplies * Mining Supplies w Loggers' Supplies * Farm Imple ments * Shelf and Heavy Hard ware George Keating' MORE FURNITURE I am receiving new furniture every week. When you are in need of anything in this line come and look and price. Don't buy elsewhere until you have given me a trial. The Best and Cheapest Light We are now prepared to figure ■Jttilllu with y°u on wirin 8 y°ur nou9e Plumbing and and supplying you with electric at Plumbing lights cheaper than you can af- Reasonable sui>i>iie* for(1 to clean kerosene lamps to say nothing of the better service. The Tumwater Light & Water Co. For Brick Buildings CHAS- A- FOX you must have brick Brick-.Mskcr I will be prepared to supply the yards one mile entire demand of this section with eas t o f town. the best Building* Brick made in the State Leavenworth, Wash. tshe OPERA BAR BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON None but the Best Wines, Liquors and C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 February 1907

Xeavcnwortb J6cbo entered at the Post Office as Second Class mutter. DEED H. MA YAK. Editor and Proprietor. lHaued Every Friday. subscription 11.00 per year In advance. Address all communication)! to The Leaven worth Echo. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY !IS, 1007. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM The news comes from Olympia that the legislature is fairly deluged with petitions from all over the state ask ing the legislature to enact this gov ernmental theory into law, or submit it to a vote of the people in the form of a constitutional amendment. The request for a law of this kind is no longer confined to a class but is now advocated by a large and respecta ble element composed of all parties, who believe that it is calculated to aid in the promotion of good, clean gov ernment. The following is taken from the daily press report from Olympia: In the house the initiative and refer endum bill has been reported and placed on general file and a similar bill in the senate has been passed on in committee and w...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 February 1907

Lraiiiinorlli and Hit w .it Stage. Lein> - I.i avenworth every Monday, Wednea I Friday ut 8«. Blewati every Tuesday, Thursday and .-■mirdiiy ut ~mi. Can ' ■ pMienmn and express. K. l> Shugarl. Prop. Stage Line. Town and County Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Jacobsen and Mrs. L. J. Nelson spent last Sunday in Wenatchee. On Tuesday of this week eighteen cars of freight for this community was received, says the station agent. I'.uv your hurdwnro at Keatin^'s. 36 J. G. Fritz this week received a lot of handsome oak furniture which he had placed in the Overland Hotel bar. Mrs. Deßlois entertained the Altar Society Wednesday afternoon. After business a dainty lunch was served and all enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. Buy .your hardware at Keating's. 26 The prospect of a shortage of illumi nating oil and gasoline has been dis pelled by the receipt this week of a car of oil and gasoline by the mercan tile company. In the Congregational church Sun day, February, 24, the subjects of dis course are: mor...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 February 1907

STATE MINING LAW Interesting to Prospector* and Claim Locators The following extracts are taken from the state mining law which went into effect June 9, 1899: An act providing for the manner of locating and holding lode and placer mining claims and prescribing the au thority of mining districts. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Washington: Sec. 1. The discoverer of a lode shall within 90 days from the date of discovery record in the office of the auditor of the county in which such lode is found, a notice containing the name of the lode, the name or names of the locators, the date of location, the number of feet in length claimed on each side of the discovery, the general course of the lode and such a descrip tion of the claim or claims located by reference to some natural object or permanent monument as will identify the claim. METHOD OF LOCATION Sec. 2. Before filing such notice for record the discoverer shall locate his claim by first sinking a discovery shaft upo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 March 1907

All Home PRINT Vol. 4. No. 7. Hardware Stoves and Ranges v* Campers' Supplies * Mining Supplies * Loggers' Supplies * Farm Imple ments i* Shelf and Heavy Hard ware George Keating' MORE FURNITURE^ I am receiving new furniture every week. When you are in need of anything in this line come and look and price. Don't buy elsewhere until you have given me a trial. Geo. Keating' C """ " -\ The Best and Cheapest Light - r^—i————— ————— Wo are now prepared to figure Eleotrtc wlth -V Oll on wirin £ y° ul" house numbing mid mid supplying you with electric hi Plumbing lights cheaper than you can af- Reasonable Mipi.ii.s . ford to cleal) kerOßene lump, to *'""* say nothing of the better service. The Turn water Light & Water Co. ) &he OPERA BART BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON None but the Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Handled Courteous Attendants and Good Order THOLIN & SMITH the chelan CLUB High Grade Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars WALSH <& CAMPBELL '...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 March 1907

2Leavcn\vortb'J£cfoo Entered at the Post One* as Second Class matter. DEED 11. MAYAK. Editor »nd Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription ?l.uo per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Hobo, Special Notice--Hereafter all resolutions of condolence, curds of thanks, notices 01 enter tatnmrnts where an admission feels charged, and all notice* of any kind intended to promote somebody's bu&inesfl must be paid for at regu lar advertising rates when printed in the Helm. If you expect this paper to help push some thing to mukemonev you can afford to contrib ute in Us support, All free entertainments of whatsoever kind, or movements to promote the welfare and prosperity of the community as a whole will lie (riven the free use of Its columns. Nil deviation will be made from this rule. Ilium . 'I AIM II I, IBOTi pluck THE BEAM moil hum OWN KVB Consistency is a jewel that is strikingly conspicuous for its ab sence in the editorial lucubra tions of the editor ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 March 1907

Lravt'liworlb aim HI. «.it Stage. - Lmvrnwortb every Monduy, Wednex ilay .iml Friday at 8«. •iffZSITSSWU™" Tuesday, Thursday :il»I S:iluril:iy at 7»». • ( irrips pftssengprs and express. K. U Shugari. Prep, Stage Line. Town and County Buy your hardware at Heating's. 26 ■ «. L. W. Bloom made a flying business visit to Wenatchee last Monday. » The Social club dance has been postponed to Saturday night, March 9. Miss Mattie Rawlins is up from Wenatchee visiting her mother, Mrs. M. A. Rawlins. Buy your furniture at Keating'!. 20 Dr. Hoxsey was called to Chiwau kum on Wednesday to attend Mrs. Frank Ott, who is quite sick. Engineer Tegmeier and family took their departure for Everett this week 1 and will have their home there in the future. Buy your furniture at Keatiug's. 26 Mrs. Eleanor Johnston was brought before Judge Taylor last Monday and fined $1 and costs for using obscene language on the streets. Capt. Jenkins, of the Wenatchee Salvation Army contingent lectured in the opera hous...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 March 1907

BOOKS EXPERTED « "iiim Booka Have It.in Kxamlued by Professional Inniiiiiaiii It. In Wallace D. L. Wallace, who has been em ployed by the county commissioners for the past few weeks to expert the books of the various county offices since the formation of the county, has finished his work and turned in his re port to the county commissioners. Mr. Wallace made a very complete report and found the records and accounts in a very satisfactory shape. A few cleri cal errors were found but in most in stances the errors were in favor of the county. All discrepancies have been settled. Mr. Wallace paid a glowing tribute to the ability of the past and present officials of Chelan county and said that he had never met a class of officials who have performed their work so satisfactorily as those of Chelan county. Following is the report: Hon. Board of Commissioners, Che lan County, Gentlemen: Relative to accompanying report of audit of your county records, I would say concerning the various offic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 March 1907

All Home PRINT Vol. 4. No. 8. Hardware Stoves and Ranges * Campers' Supplies * Mining Supplies w Loggers' Supplies * Farm Imple ments * Shelf and Heavy Hard ware George Keating' MORE FURNITURE I am receiving new furniture every week. When you are in need of anything in this line come and look and price. Don't buy elsewhere until you have given me a trial. Geo. Keating' The Best and Cheapest Light Wo are now prepared to figure ■Metric wiUl you on wiring oul * house Plumbing aim ami supplying you with electric m Plumbing lights cheaper than you can :if- llr«»<>iiHiil<> suppilm fon , l(l „|( , a n kerosene lamps t o ♦'"•' say nothing of the better service. The Turn water Light & Water Co. gftc OPERA BAR BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON None hut tho Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Handled Courteous Attendants nnd Good Order THO LIN & SMITH THE CHELAN CLUB High Grade Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars WALSH ®, CAMPBELL I.l.umh. Hres (', H. 1-amb. V.-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 March 1907

Xcavcivvoiti? Echo l.tiirm: vi the Pokl CrtTicr »* Bavufid Cl»iw mutter. DKKD H. MAYAK. Kdiiur «,nd Propriutor. Emm Kvery Prwluy. SubMcripuun Jl.ix.i :»•■'■ jcur In lutvain*. AUdrnns ;»!i camntunii atinn-. io Tte LBBWIUI wuriii Ki'hu. special Mirtlnn - TlntniTt-r ml mtotatlo&n of uoiidoletn-f. lariih n 1 ttiaiikn. nntlwn B *t '■>■• tuiiiini»'iii • wti*'ff vii Hcinih'hiitii let: is trhar^fiJ. uih; all nmnfH ut urn kind intended \o pronxtie ■ntdntmrty*! uiiiliiii— ». '■■■ i^ patd fur ut ratfo* l»r novt-r =-«»iij? rut***- when printeO In tbi* E^liu. l! v<mi ■ x, •ct ttn*- puptir i«i lielii »iumli Huuif luinr t*i iimki- iniMi'-y viiu cun ufliirU ti» fontrilt utt n> lit--upjH.ri. a, ;-'-■ t'iiitirlaitiHi«M.t" *»f WbKMWPWW ku.i) Hf un>vtnntnir* t»> pruninu- the w»-if -r» :■?'<! iirotueriiy or itit- truumiunitv a- v win-it- »ii) iw I'i'Pti the frw uMf of it** rnlumni. He dtviuU'Hi wdi In rnuUt irum Ujlh rule I Kll»4\. HAK<H S. ](*<»:. ■MM I 111 IWWIII PMM \< ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 March 1907

I,<-hv<-iiu orlli mid Illewett Stage. l..«vcnwoitli CVCry MOnd"y ' Wedne» A VrU\ ij ;u mam. I .pares Blewati every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at7»M. J L'nrrtM pfts«enfer* and express. i.. U. Bhugarl. Prop. Stage Line. Town and County Mr. and Mrs. E. A. King went to Wenatchee last Saturday and returned Sunday. Miss Nannie Sparks will leave for Portland Sunday on a two weeks visit to a sister. Max Kringle arrived from Seattle this week and will again take up his resilience here. Mrs. O. S. Sampson went to Wenat chee last Saturday to visit a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Will Little. liny your hardware ;ii rte&tlng'i, 2<i Hans T. Hansen returned last Satur day from the west side of the Cascades where he spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. John Tholin enter tained friends at dinner one day last week. Covers were laid for eight. Buy your furniture al Kentln^'a, \!ii £ |C. G. Hall, the Wenatchee under taker, was here last Saturday. He says the snow has about disappeared fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 March 1907

LAND TRANSFERS A. Recorded for Week Kndlnc Unroll and by the I ln-inn ... Abstract Company M Horan et al to M E Chamberlain, lot 2 b 32 Wen Cem, $15. L B Stedman et al to M E Chamber lain. IS acres in ne'X sec 13 23 19, $250. Bertha M Gillette to Ira Thomas, ne'4 nwM sec 35 22 21, |1. L V Wells to John W Bails lot 13 b 45 replat Ist add Wen, $2000. E V Martin to G A Ross, lots 27 28 29 30 b 24 G N plat Wen, $1200. David Keith to Mary X Duff, lots 28 29 b 36 G N plat Wen, $375. J H Mull to E C Bowersox, pt lots 28 29 b 2 Garden Home add Wen, 1700. Jeannette M Silliman to Chelan Electric Co, lots 5 6 7 8 b 2 South Chelan, $550. T S Land, Cattle & Fruit Co to Wen Orchard Bonds Co, lots 4 5 6 b 2, lot 5 pt lot 3 b 1, replat West Mission and 10 a in nw'4 mA sec 32 24 19, $60 --000. Wen Orchard Bonds Co to The Title Trust Co same property, $60,000. John Walsh to Wash & G N Ry strip sec 10 26 21, $1050. W S Gehr et al to E A Lloyd lot 28 b 4 Nob Hill add Wen, $500. W R Prowell to F...

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