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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 June 1907

Vol. 4. No. 24. Fishing Tackle AT THE RIGHT PRICE Rods from 70c to $4.50 Reels from 40c to $3.50 Most complete Stock in Town. Come and look our line over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING Best Light! Cheapest Light! We are prepared to furnish lIUIUWII ELECTRIC . . , . „ „ , PLUMBING . you with electric light at at PLUMBING 'ess cost t*lan kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Coal TUMWATF:R LIGHT AND WATER CO. , '■ / The Old Market in a New House EMIL FRANK, PROP. Has everything you would expect to find in a first-class meat market. PRIVATE SLAUGHTER HOUSE PISH ON FRIDAY The Chelan Club High Grade |I| Imported and Wines and Liquors 7? Domestic Cigars WALSH & CAMPBELL Uf>e OPERA BAR Tholin 00. Smith None but the best wines and liquors handled Courteous attendants and good order 81..VT EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON L.UMR C.R.UMB C. LAMB P.DAVIS Presldeut Vice Hreatdeul Secretary Treas ■ Mgr. (■union, lowa. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, lowa. I-ea...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 June 1907

Xcavcnwortb Echo Eaharad M 11.r i' i.-i >>~«■ ■» Second .'.»»« ■MM* H MAVAK X; .or uaa Proprteter i.i-ihO buj hndk.i riplion II ■.».! per fear Is adTacee. Man* all wat Sji.K-niion- v. The UeaTWfr »ui 1L Extao. KHllltt . JIM BS, 1«IT. -iprHl *>»Hrf H-ni" all resotallss* of tSSSStm. ears!* at it»:.«». nottwa o enter U.ULrLI- >ttRM, tn.i»ll4 {OF is rLWYWI. ■ad k_i uouoßf oJ »l j ki»3 iauMed to pnmtn* *oai*baiT~* L-i.<-Lt«' aw M pud tor at ra<* .hr afrreTn*l*r rave* ■»** prUited la tbe Edka. II jtfli uperi Ibis paper to kelp pmtk sou* : i:; p v UdkeßMe; roucaji »flora to rcz-trib ute tv lis »ujij»on. -.„ tn* eai*n*iaa»oiit« ot «bfcl*tcpeTer *:i d or tßCTiian'BM to prom&te the iUkn fci/J *p*ntj eft ib« oeß^is- a* a » lc-> <riil be pr«i vbe tree a» at it* ooiaaiis. Ma it.,atioii' will I* made Iron. tM* raie. Wbm Will lou Spend \k Fourth 7 Before another issue of this paper reaches its ■::.: the citizens -'. Leavenworth in common with those oi every city and tow...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 June 1907

veil worth and welt Stage. Leaves Li'ttvi-nworih every Monday, Wednes day and Friday al fun. Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Tburxiinv and Saturday lit ah. Carries passenger* and express. K. 1). Sbugarl, Prop. Stage Line. Lake Wenatrhee Nlaße Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri da] at Ha m. Arrives at Teltna at 4 p m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at la. m. Arrives at Leaven north 4p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van De drift, Prop. Hoi .1. iiwurtn, Wu.-u. Town and County Buy your fishing tackle at Keating's Mr. and Mrs. R. H. May of We natchee are visitors at the home of Geo. P. Rice. Miss Beatrice Navarre left Tuesday night for Detroit, Mich., where she J will spend the next two months. Mrs. S. A. Williams and children de- j parted last Monday for Port Angeles, Wash., where Mrs. Williams' mother resides. E. B. Norell, bookkeeper for the Mercantile Co., has not yet recovered from his recent hurt sufficiently to re sume work,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 28 June 1907

HOME NEWS AND WORLD NEWS i*"3 YEAR ===== GUt Si£\ THE ECHO AND TWICE-A- fl^g EZfl jpi.JlJvr WEEK POST-INTELLIGENCER STATE NEWS ITEMS The county commissioners of Snoho mish county have held up three appli cations for saloon licenses at Monte Cristo, as the big mining companies at that place is opposed to having any saloons in the camp. The Washington rivers are being stocked with young shad. It is estimated that there will be 15.000 crates of strawberries harvested about Monroe this year. A million-dollar lumber mill, to be the largest in the world, and to be built at Everett by the Post-Stetson mili Co., late of Seattle, is the latest report from the "City of Smokestacks." The railroads of this state have de cided to oppose the state railroad com mission, at least so far as the recent orders affecting passenger traffic. W. D. Smith, editor, jeweler, life in surance agent, real estate dealer, coal agent, laundry agent, livery assistant, correspondent, journalist, proof-reader, justic...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 July 1907

Zlbe Xeavenwortb £cbo ; ... ■ ■._■', Vol. 4. No. 25. Fishing Tackle AT THE RIGHT PRICE Rods from 70c to $4.50 Reels from 40c to $3.50 Most complete Stock in Town. Come and look our line over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING -^ Best Light! Cheapest Light! ELECTRIC W<«<P"P»=dl<>l.n.i,h HLUMBINU a|]d you with electric light at at PLUMBING less cost than kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. , J The Old Market in a New House EMIL FRANK, PROP. Has everything you would expect to find in a first-class meat market. PRIVATE SLAUGHTER HOUSE FISH ON FRIDAY The Chelan Club High Grade |||| Imported and Wines and Liquors 7V Domestic Cigars WALSH & CAMPBELL S*Ae OPERA BAR | Tholin <SL Smith None but the best wines and liquors handled Courteous attendants and good order BUT EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL, WASHINGTON 1,. I. Mil C. K. LAMB O. E. LAMB P.DAVIS President Vice-President Secretary Treas. A Mgr. Clinton, lowa. Minn...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 July 1907

Xcavcmvovtb Ecbo Knit at Hie Post (Mint- M Second Class mutter. HKKIi 11. MAYAIC. Kil'tor aud Proprietor. Is ut l Every Friday. Subscription f 1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications la Tin- Leaven wortu Boko niMT« JI'LY 0, 1007. Special Notice—Hereafter nil resolutions of euuJolem-e. cards of thanks, uotlces o enter tniniuem- where Mi uilinissinu fee I- charged, and all notices of an) kind intended to promote somebody's bui-iiiMH tnuHt be paid lor at regu lar advertising rule- wbeu printed in the Reno. It you expect tuts paper to help push some ibloK to make money you ran afford to contrib ute to Its support. All free entertainments of whatsoever kind, or movements to promote the welfare and prosperity of the community as a whole will t>e given the tree use of Its columus. No deviation will lie made from this rule. Where Shall the Crossing Be Located? At its last regular meeting councilman Woldenberg intro duced a resolution in the council which was adopted, instruc...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 July 1907

I • in m worth and Hlrwril Mmj;i-. Leaves Leavenwortta every Monday. \V ethics clay and Friday M «•■». Leave* Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday Mid Saturday at •««. Carries passengers and express. E. D. Sliuiiurt. Prop. Stage Line. Lake UrllKliliri' simbk* Line L— Leavenwortta every Monday and Fri day at m a m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. id Leaves Teima every Tuesday and Saturday at la. m. Arrives at Leavenarorth Ip. m. Mail, passengers and express. For further particulars address P. \V. Van lie (jrlft. Prop. Box .1, LeaveDwortb, Wash. Town and County Buy your fishing tackle at Keating's Miss Nannie Sparks has been quite I sick the past week but is improving. Messrs. L. and C. R. Lamb left last. Friday for Clinton, lowa, accompanied i by Petrel Davis. Architect F. A. Sexton spent Wed nesday here looking over the progress being made on the puplic school build ing. George Brune, from Portland, grand son of Charles Albright, one of the prominent ranchers of the Chumstick valley is here on a...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 5 July 1907

HOME NEWS AND WORLD NEWS i™* 3 YEAR ============= £T» * CA THE ECHO AND TWICE-A- U^f ELf\ WEEK POST-INTELLIGENCER vpl.^FvF COUNTY NEWS ITEMS B. B. Holcomb, a prominent fruit grower and an old-timer in Wenatchee, died last Friday. W. R. Paris, a foreman on the Co lumbia river bridge construction, at Wenatchee, was knocked off the struc ture last Saturday by a swinging cable and fell 23 feet on the rocks and was picked up unconscious. His injuries will likely prove fatal. Paris is 45 years old and has a family in Kansas City. Wenatchee now claims a population of 5000 and confidently expects to have 10,000 by 1910. P. S. Darlington has been appointed deputy state fruit inspector for Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties, and will have his headquarters at Wenat chee, says The Republic. Wenatchee now has an automobile on the street for hire. Messrs. Austin & Ruger, formerly of this place, now in the hotel and res taurant business in Wenatchee, opened the new Chewawa hotel last week. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 July 1907

Vol. 4. No. 26. Fishing Tackle AT THE RIGHT PRICE Rods from 70c to $4.50 Reels from 40c to $3.50 Most complete Stock in Town. Come and look our line over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING — -v — -^ Best Light! Cheapest Light! We are prepared to furnish „«•■>, ELECTRIC ... ... i FLUMBINU and you with electric light at at PLUMBING 'ess cost l'lan kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. ( , J _ _ _— The Old Market in a New House EMIL FRANK, PROP. Has everything you would expect to find in a first-class meat market. PRIVATE SLAUGHTER HOUSE FISH ON FRIDAY The Che lan Club High Grade || Imported and Wines and Liquors TV Domestic Cigars WALSH & CAMPBELL 15he OPERA BAR Tholin <&. Smith None but the best wines and liquors handled Courteous attendants and good order BUT EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON L.LAMB C. R. LAMB G. E. LAMB P.DAVIS President Vice-President Secretary Treas. * Mgr. minion, lowa. Minneapolis Minn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 July 1907

Xcavcnwcrtb Echo I'tur..: at Uit iV«; (Vfflcw a» Swu Civs MM DUDI MAYAR. |MKNIIM|MMII :-M;r.; Kuttj JtldJkJ. SulvscripUoa II iv prr ir«r is tdTian AtMima all ,vn:Ti:tu»:'.ot> to T*» I*»TM . wil> KcKv KKinW.JILV 13. i ;•«>•;. <IV\:UI Noiki— H< rv»fl<-r all re*,-".allots O» I .-.■■.i.'it.y. tanis of ".h»r.ts. acuer* o eater ■<-*•.; ,-.--» ..■:■. MtH IM - .M.-vr^: .»-.'. all %>■■■ ,-t >of » ■■ j -.'. irlcadjs) to promote v.ir:«!i > MiM must t» pax) tor at nwu '»- j,'.if:i«i rates •tt r. rr!«t«<J i» U* K.-tn. It \ .■- <v, ,vi lb.> paper to h«i> pas* ttmt ikinc i» KAkr ■>>«»» jwi r»a aS»>rd to contriN «l«UU.«>«:ft<n. All tl»* fEltru-.rstr.is (it * Mt^vvi- kind. <xr b»w«eot* to pivrool* tfc* wrif»» ml iiriuycnij «>» Mtr reimaiutuir a* • «*,.*■. <■ wBI '.< f.>rr. it>« m* us* i-! It* iwi-aics No <kviatwn *1U t* maJ« try» this r«l«. Ascot Hut \ak Tral Graft We have information to the effect that A) Leland had no ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 July 1907

Lrarcnn orth and Blewetl Stage, l.oaves L»avenworth every Monday, Wednes .lay and Jay at Bam. L.i Hies Blewett every Tuesday. Thursday mid Saturday at Tan. Carrie!) passengers and express. K. D. Shugari. Prop. Stage Line. Lake Wenatcbee Stage Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at 8 a m. Arrive* at Telma at 4 p m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at Ba. m. Arrives at Leaven»orth 4p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van De Grift, Prop. Box 71, Leaveuwortb, Wash. Town and County Buy your fishing tackle at Heating's Orvil Bethel spent last Sunday with his old Leavenworth friends. Miss Mattie Rawlins, of Wenatchee. is here visiting with her mother. Charley Shugart was in Wenatchee this week in attendance on the Super ior court. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Zinkey have been with old Leavenworth! friends the past week. Mrs. Chas. H. Mason spent last week at Soap Lake and returned the \ latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 12 July 1907

HOME NEWS AND WORLD NEWS n\F YEAR = ££ * EZ>f\ the echo AND TWICE-A- flitf /SJLO week post-intelligencer Cpf •«JvJ COUNTY NEWS ITEMS 11 car Redliekl informs us that he witnessed a strange and novel sight one day last wei k something he had not observed foi over forty years. It at work, picking straw berries, mi a tall ladder at ill. time thinning peaches. In order to get a bettei view lie leaned over too far and fell nearh breaking his neck. The phenomena was of short duration perhaps Sheen minutes, but ii brilliant .itlair while it lasted. Cash mere Record. Hum to Mr. and Mrs. A. Yainanate, nn Monday morning, a tab) girl. This is the first Japanese child ever born in Cashmere. Dr. Connell was the at tending physician. —Cashmere Record. A deal was closed Tuesday by the real estate linn of Burbank & Amos whereby John Long became the owner of a part of the Stein tract of land ly ing north of the road in Paradise val ley. The consideration paid was $7,000. Mr. Long intends to im...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 July 1907

TOe Xeavenwortb lf& ho - SVA*l^*** Vol. 4. No. 27. Fishing Tackle - AT THE RIGHT PRICE Rods from 70c to $4.50 i Reels from 40c to $3.50 Most complete Stock in Town. Come and look our line over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING Best Light! Cheapest Light! We are prepared to furnish „,...,.,. FLECTRIC PLUMbIiNQ and yOU With dectric U Kht at at PLUMBINO 'ess cost *lan kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. , ~) The Old Market in a New House EMIL FRANK, PROP. Has everything you would expect to find in a first-class meat market. PRIVATE SLAUGHTER HOUSE FISH ON FRIDAY The Eagle Saloon IJlll Fine Wines, Best Liquors £|Jp and Good Cigars BU r.pr"?™ N> Front St., Leaveiiwortli, Wash. &he OPERA BAR Tholin «l Smith None but the best wines and liquors handled Courteous attendants and good order BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRAL "WASHINGTON 1.. LAMB C. R. LAMB G. E. LAMB P.DAVIS President Vice President Secretary Trr;is & Mg...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 July 1907

3Lcavchwortb Echo }'.:;- -.-.. v Utr tV<» Office »-• S«wi>d Oaiw ntw. ;}.!'.» H MAYAS. E«l.li>r u>d Preiprw-tor. laaai ».:isr;:,,i *i.i«) prr j-fM-1» »aT»oce. Mina all n»»Mli illn»' to Tfce L*»ve« --: • FKIDtt.JILV l». ISO 7. SncUl ■»«•»<— )-■■ "' *■"■■ " *•■ rrsoiuikass ol .-.-.»■_.. OS ii»i>fc*. notices o MM ant< »tir-rr- m fcdnn-siM If* to ekmrreA. ted ».j notice* oJ mij kail icteeaed to prcawn* scurfKxiJ's Millars* marl t* p»)<J tor it pefu- Iw *3vtrr:s.nr r*u-> * en prtawd is Ike I.: 1.;. II >. -^ expect --..-..- u» L: .;■ pestt vec : ■. ,to ■:..•::■ y\^u c-u .rz %o •.■::-: it* support. *. .-n~ rtU-rUi6»»: c! wtfctsoerer tied, or iucTriDejj*.*i u> pffflf -.Lr : veit&re ».:-: pro^pt-niT ol Hi? HSBIKII ** 1 mko* wIJ I* pm U* tret u« ol ll* poliittti*. No -.? '. »'. .-l vUi to* zca^e troxL Uiis ruie. "Be Gone, Ml (art. If our readers observe a change in' the mental bill of fare presented to, them next week, it is because the edi tonal chef who ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 July 1907

l.i'HVt'iivrortli and Illru cit su (r , Leaves Leavenworlb every Monday, Wednes day ana Friday m Hut. Leaves Hlewetl every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at tui. ' Carries passengers and express. K. U. Suugart. Prop. Stage Line. Luke U .m.i, lire si, Line Leaves Leavenwortb every Monday aDd Fri day at 8 a tri. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at la. m. Arrives at Leavenworth4 p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address p. VV. van De (Jrltt, Prop Box Tl, Leavenworth, Wash. Town and County Buy your fishing tackle at Keating's Attorney Fred Reeves, of Wenat chee, was here last Saturday. . Thos. Bollman, the Cashmere post master, was a visitor to our town the first of the week. John Stopple, of Reynolds, passed through here on his way to the coun ty seat last week. Buy your fishing tackle at Keating's Mrs. C. E. Jaques is spending the week with Mrs. J. D. Langdon on Wenatchee lake. Church services of the Episcopal church will be ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 19 July 1907

HOME NEWS AND WORLD NEWS £T+4 EA THE ECHO AND TWICE-A- Q±4 Ekf% spl©<tsU week post- INTELLIGENCER WENATCHEE LAKE CELEBRATED The Glorious Fourth as True Patriots of a Mighty Republic .-Other .News from the Lake Region. Wenatchee Lake had another grand Fourth of July celebration, which was well attended, a number coming from the Eagle Creek and Chumstick val leys, some from Leavenworth and Chi waukum, numbering with the lake set tlers more than one hundred people. The threatening aspect of the weath er in the morning gave promise of in terfering with the day's enjoyment, but about 9 o'clock the clouds lifted, the light showers ceased and the day's program began. Some fifteen gallons of lemonade and twenty gallons of ice cream were served to the crowd. After this feast the children were given over lfiO bunches of firecrackes, and then the explosive part of American patriotism was demonstrated. At 1:30 p. in. dinner was announced. And what a wonderful spread it was, too! Roast chicke...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 July 1907

Vol. 4. No. 28. Fishing Tackle AT THE RIGHT PRICE Rods from 70c to $4.50 Reels from 40c to $3.50 Most complete Stock in Town. Come and look our line over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING Best Light! Cheapest Light! | i i i „___ I I ELECTRIC We are prepared to furnish PLUMBING ELECTRIC . . * , , . .. . , . PLUMBINO ( 'nd you with electric light at at i PLUMBING ess cost than kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost ' ' i TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. J The Old Market in a New House EMIL FRANK, PROP. Has everything you would expect to find in a first-class meat market. PRIVATE SLAUGHTER HOUSE FISH ON FRIDAY j The Eagle Saloon [ T".1.:.'..'11i.—m ... '"! ■—""" '" ' ' d&lg Fine Wines, Best Liquors j £ipp and Good Cigars Bl" U pr"*o™ N ' Front St., Leavenworth, Wash. Sfte OPERA BAR Tholin <£L Smith None but the best wines and liquors handled Courteous attendants and good order BEST EQUIPPED BAR IN CENTRA!* WASHINGTON j ] L.LAMB C. K. LAMB G. E. LAMB ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 July 1907

Xcavcnwovtb Echo Entered at the Port Oflice as Second Claw matter. DKRD H MAVAU. Kininr »nd Proprietor. Issued l.wry Friday. Subscription »I.MU per year in advance. Address all comnmnirntions to Th» I,eaven worth Echo. rum \\ . ii i.i ••, 1»OT. Special Notlce—Hcrt'ttttcr all resolutions of roudolenoe, curds of thunks. notices o enter tainments where an admission fee Is charged, and all notices of any kind Intended to promote somebody* business must be paid for at regu lar advertising rates when printed in the Echo. If you expect this paper to help push some thlnic'" make money you can afford to contrib ute to its support. All free entertainments of whatsoever kind, or movements to promote the welfare and prosperity of the community as a whole Kill tie given the free use of Its columns. No deviation will be made from this rule. A Turn in the Tide of the Country Editor. When Mr. Hepburn got the bill thru ! congress which prohibits railroad com panies from giving free transportation to...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 July 1907

l.i'iM in « orlli and Illiu ril Mugr. i,.■:«.» Li-avenwnrtb every Monday, Wednes clay in. I'ri.ißy ■" B*ll. Leaven HlcweU every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Tui. i :iriic* passengers and express. ! E. i). Shugart. Prop. Stage Line. Luke WnMtkM Stage Line Leaves Leavenwortb every Monday and Fri day at 8* m. Arrive* at Telma at 4p. m Lores Talma every Tuesday and Saturday at xa. ii. Arrives at Leaven »orth 4p. tn. Mall, passengers and express. For further particular* address P. W. Van De Grift. Prop. Box 71, Leavenwortb, Wash; " Town and County Buy your fishing tackle at Keating' Attorneys J. J. King and L. J. Nel-! son visited the county seat this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noble leave to day for a short stay at Soap Lake. Miss Myrtle Sparks, of Kalama, is here visiting her sister, Miss Nannie Sparks. Misa Edna Hannibal, of Everett, is here visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. D. Wheeler. Buy your fishing tackle at Keating's Glen Marble has accepted a position in the grocery departme...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 26 July 1907

WHAT THE PAST YEAR SHOWS: The Prosperity of the United States is Disclosed by the following Array of Figures. When Uncle Sam's books are bal anced, for the fiscal year of 1907, the showing made for the prosperity of the United States will be as follows: A foreign commerce —merchandise, and gold and silver exports and im ports—of $3,500,000,000 in the year, an increase of $2,000,000,000 in only 27 years. Treasury receipts (exclusive of pos tal revenue) of $665,000,000 in 1907 fiscal year.an increase of $332,000,000 in 27 years, of $262,000,000 in 17 years, of $98,000,000 in 7 years and of $71,000,000 in 1 yeai —a larger ord inary revenue than the extraordinary rev enue (bar loans) of the fateful years 1861-66. Customs receipts of $332,000,000 in 190'/ fiscal year, an increase of $146,000,000 in 27 years, of $103, --000,000 in 17 years, of $99,000,000 in 7 years and of $32,000,000 in only 1 year. Internal revenue receipts of $270,000,000 in 1907 fiscal year, an increase of $146,000,00...

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