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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 September 1907

as Zlbe Xeavenwoctb lEcbo ~ V 01.4. No. 35. 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. X EATI N G ¥ uy Springdale from —— the Orchards... Owner I PESHASTIN Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up Easy terms S. P. Beecher PESHASTIN . - - - WASHINGTON f "" """ " ... i i i... Best Light! Cheapest Light! ELECTRIC We are prepared to furnish pLUMB|Na ELECTRIC Jr , . .. , PLUMBINO . you with electric light at at PLUMBINO less cost than kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. , ; : > Livery Darn Under New Manager Last End Front Street Saddle horses, camping outfits, and all kinds of hauling and freight delivery about town Joe Massie, Proprietor 1.. LAMB C. R. LAMB G. K. LAMB P.DAVIS President VicePresldent Secretary Tri'UH. & Mgr. Clinton, lowa. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton. lowa. r....

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 September 1907

Xeavenwortb l£cbo Krilrred at tbe I'ost (Mllcu M Secoud Clhhh mutter. DXXI) H.HAYAK. Kdltor nnd Proprietor. Issued Kvery Friday. Subscription $I.(X) per year In advance. AtldrcHs all communications to Tbe t»eaven wonh Kctao. HHIItAY, M Ii I illllll 13, I»U7. Cement the future Building Material The high price of lumber, and the probability of a further increase in the cost of this kind of material, together with the increased cost of labor makes the building of a house to the man of average means a matter of no little consequence: In round numbers, the cost of building has just about doubl ed in the last two years. Two years ago a very neat and comfortable four or five room cottage could be built for $500, but when it comes to raising a thousand dollars to pay for practically the same kind of a house the increase will prevent many a working man from owning his own home. In riding from here to Wenatchee the writer noted a number of buildings on farms erected in the past eight months i...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 September 1907

rimorlli and lll< writ Siasi'. l.cuvc.-. Lcavenwortb every Monday, WpOnes (lav and Kridav at ML Leaves lilewetl every Tuesday, Tin, lay and Saturday at Tun. Carries prnirimgnm and express. E. 1) SluiKiirt. Prop. Stage Line. Lake Yl < nal< lu-c Mat, Line Leaves Leavenwortb every Monday and Fri day at Ba. m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m I.dives Telmn every Tuesday iind Saturday at Ha. m. Arrives at Leavenwortb 4p. m. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van lie Grift, Prop. Itox 71, Leavenwortb, Wash. Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating's Marshall Debord and Deputy Mar- 1 shal Oberdorf are in Spokane this week as witnesses in the U. S. Court. J. E. Grant's tailoring business is growing. He now employs four men and makes a hand of himself some times. The Vienna Bakery reports that bus iness is improving. Mr. Blagg says if things keep on he will have to move into larger quarters. Range and stove sale at Keating's Charles R. Zinkey came ov...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 September 1907

Oranges Can Be Grown in Washington James C. Crowell, with whom the United States Department of Agricul ture entrusted the care of several varie ties of hardy orange trees for experi mental purposes, has sent in his report to the department. Mr. Crowell states that the trees, which are known as cit ranges, have done exceedingly well and are in a nourishing condition. They were received last winter and carefully planted this spring. That they are hardy and adapted to the local climate has been fully demonstrated, as at one time, the coldest night in the winter, they withstood a temperature of six degrees below zero. The department does not recom mend that the citrange be planted on a commercial scale to compete with oranges grown in Florida or California, but does advocate the planting of small orchards for home use, as the fruit, while sweet and juicy, is not of such a large size and fine appearance as the navel orange grown in the southern states. It is expected that the fruit will ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 September 1907

All Home PRINT Vol. 4.'No. 36. Heating Stoves We carry the famous WILSON HEATER One of the greatest wood-savers » and heat producers in the heater line. Call in and look them over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING % uy Springdale from —— the Orchards,.. Owner | PESHASTIN Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up . - - - Easy terms S. P. Beecher i PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON. . •- \ Best Light! Cheapest Light! We are prepared to furnish „,,,„„,,.. ELECTRIC , ' ■ ~,. . . PLUMBINU and you with electric light at at PLUMBINO less cost than kerosene, to Reasonable SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. / Star Livery Barn Under New Manager 'w' East End Front Street . .■;,; -: hf •-'•:/■.. X'f Saddle horses, camping outfits, and all kinds of hauling and freight delivery about town Joe Massie, Proprietor I*. LAMB C. R. LAMB G. E. LAMB IP. DAVIS President Vice -President Sccretury • Treu. & Mgr. Clinton, lowa. MiniinapollH, Minn. Cl...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 September 1907

Xcavcinvoitb ]£cbe Kb ten > H. MAYAR. 1 Issued Ktitj Friday. nption II m i»t year in advance Adilrejut all ooaumsfealioaa to The Lea vn worth Y.rba. limiit IMP! ■■■■■ -t". I»<>7. Work for a Club If We Had One Among our news matter will be found a statement to the effect that near the latter part of this month Leav enworth will be called on to entertain, briefly, no doubt, the representatives of Seattle's business interests. Believe us, the party will be composed of the city's most progressive business men. Men who have almost as much direct interest in our growth and development as we have ourselves. These men will be ready and willing to help and co operate with us in any movement that has for its object the advancement and development of our resources. The business men of Seattle have invested several hundred thousand dollars in Wenatchee real estate and Wenatchee business enterprises. All this they can do and will do here in Leavenworth because it is to their own interes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 September 1907

LtPavrnworth and Bleu .-it Stage. Leaven Li'aveuwortli every Monday, Wednfiß day and Friday til Hua. Leaves lilewelt .-very Tuesday. Tnur:- la] and Saturday at 7«. Carries punxenger* and express. >'•■'.■ E. I). Shueart. Prop. Stage Line. Lake IVenatrhee Ntage Lin, Leaves Leavenworih every Monday and Fri day at m a m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. id Loaves THmu every Tuesday and Saturday at «a. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4pm Mull, passenger* and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van De Grift, Prop. Hox 71, Leavenworth, Wash. Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating' s Mrs. Geo. Stark, with Master Freddie returned from Seattle Wendesday after-; noon. Do not forget that the public school will open next Monday morning, in the old building. Attorney Fred Reeves, from Wenat chee, spent some time here this week on business matters. Mrs. P. W. Van de Grift and child ren came down from the ranch Tues day to spend a week in town. Range and stove sale at Keating's W. H. Rober...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 September 1907

AUTOS BARRED FROM MARKET Sea (lie's Thief of Polite Rules all Devil Wagons Out Until Everybody Can Own One Some two months ago the truck ven dors who dispose of their stuff to the people of Seattle complained that the dealers were robbing them, and after pressure the city council established a free market, and now on three market days every week the growers sell their vegetables direct to the consumers. The application of one grower, who has purchased a machine, to take his pro duce to the market in an automobile, lends color to the claim that the honest sons of toil were not getting a square deal. If in the short space of a few weeks a rancher can from the increased earnings of his occupation buy an auto mobile, the truck growers around Seat tle will be able soon to retire from business and make room for some who have been following a less profitable calling. Truck farmers will not be allowed to market their produce at the public market in automobiles, no matter to what affluence t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 September 1907

as TZhc ILeavenwortb m 'UTUfy Vol. 4. No. 37. Heating Stoves We carry the famous WILSON HEATER One of the greatest wood-savers and heat producers in the heater line. Call in and look them over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KE ATI N G ? uy Springdale from -i— the Orchards... Owner] _ H _ ; Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up - - - Easy terms S. P. Beecher PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON Best Light! Cheapest Light! We are prepared to furnish J. ELECTRIC Jr , ... PLUMBING and you with electric light at at PLUMBINQ less cost than kerosene, to Reasonable 'SUPPLIES say nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND WATER CO. i<- , > Star Livery Barn Under New Manager y^ East End front Street Saddle horses, camping outfits, and all kinds of hauling and freight !_ • delivery about town Joe Massie, Proprietor. L. LAMB C. R. LAMB G. E. LAMB P.DAVIS President Vice-President Secretary Trr>a» ■ Mgr. Clinton, lowa. Minneapolis, Minn. Clinton, lowa. ' Leavenwortli....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 September 1907

I I Eight Thousand Dollars Worth I I I I of Dry Goods, Ladies' and IS I I Children's Furnishings at _ I I I I HEfi TVi 6 vvi (pi |A C| Hflp I I I I *■"'*■ wUP* I I ■SB Bi * i |B • BbS B I Our business, in other lines, has grown to such proportions that we are forced to B 9| im 3 make this sacrifice -- - This is all we have to say by way of explanation . ■ H| ■ I On Monday of Next Week, the 30th, I I I I THIS SALE THE GREATEST OF I I I I THIS OR ANY OTHER TOWN I I m I Will begin, continuing as long as there is a remnant left on the shelves. -- - Everybody knows what a large and complete H ■ m 8 line of dry goods consists of, so we deem it unnecessary to itemize the stock. Besides, space forbids such an undertaking, as the . H jg m I sale will include everything in the dry goods line with the exception of a few staples, which our outfitting and supply trade demands. B || HI 8 Another thing to which we desire to call your special attention is M j&i m& M this: Don't forget to br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 September 1907

Xeavcnwortb Ecbo Kntered at the I'ust oftice as Second Class miniiT. DKKD H. MAYAK. Kditor and Proprietor. iHHiied Kvery h'riday. Subscription ii.iki per year In advance. Address all comiDiiutcatlons to The Leaven worth Kcho. Special Notice—Hereafter all resolutions or condolence, cards of thanks, notices or enter tainments where an admission fee Is charged, and all notices or any kind Intended to promote Homebody's business must be paid for at regu lar advertising rates when printed In the Echo. If you expect this paper to help push some thing to 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 will be given the free use of its columns. No deviation will be made from this rule. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER «7, linn. Our Agricultural Possibilities Having the greatest faith in the future of this section and believing that what can be done right here in the way of gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 September 1907

L.rav<-iivi ortli and Illrnill Stage. l»(» Lxavanworih every Monday, Whines rtuv mil Pridnv -it Ham. Leaved nit' ««l every Tuesday, Tburo lay Hint Saturday at 7*ll. ' rlr-* puHnengera and express. K. l> Stiuifiirt. Prop. Stage Line Lake We uatrbee *ti*E*> Line Leaves Leaveuwortti every Monday and Fri day at Ba' m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m. ■.eaves Trlma every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mall, passengera and express. For runner Particulars address P. W. Van Do (irlft, Prop, lox 71, Leavenworth, Wash. Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating' City Marshal Debord spent yester day in Everett on official business. L. J. Nelson and wife went to We natchee Thursday evening and return ed today. J. A. Mills left here last Sunday for a brief visit to Spokane returning Thursday morning. Range and stove sale at Keating's Miss Edna Featherstone left last Monday for Pullman, Wash., where she will attend the state college. Dr. Elmer is occupying l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 September 1907

IRRIGATE LAND ABOUT QUINCY W.tirr to be Taken from Columbia or W. ii.id h< ■•• River A new scheme (or irrigating the lands I about Quincy has been brought to the I attention of the farmers about here the j past week, says the Quill. This time it is for the bringing in of i water from some nearby lake or the Columbia or Wenatchee river. So far the source of the supply has not been decided upon. The new plan is being formed by LawTence, Dunn & Co., of Portland, of whom Mr. Dunn, with an engineer from Colorado, W. P. Epper son, has been in this city for several days looking over the country and the possible chances for irrigating it. Mr. Dunn claims unlimited financial backing and stated at the meeting held in Dickinson's hall last night that the Quincy valley was superior, in magnitude, soil and climate, capacity for production and general develop ment, to anything he had seen in his own state or in the northwest. About 100 farmers attended the mass meet ing, and besides Mr. Du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 October 1907

ss? Uhc Xeavenwottb Echo m Vol. 4. No. 38. Heating Stoves We carry the famous WILSON HEATER One of the greatest wood-savers and heat producers in the heater line. Call in and look them over before buying elsewhere. GEO. KEATING £»4 1 Springdale the Orchards... Owner! _ MAg _ Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up — -. - Easy terms S. P. Beecher ' " PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON I Best Light! Cheapest Light I ' ELECTRIC We T JT*- to toniih PLUMBING :. . yon with electric light at J-&■ j PLUMBING leu cost than kerosene, to Reasonable , SUPPLIES My nothing of better service Cost TUMWATER LIGHT AND: WATER CO. I } r^tar Livery Darn Under New Manager \Tff East End Front Street Saddle horse*, camping outfits, and all kinds of hauling and freight ; ■■ delivery about town Joe Massie, Proprietor ' ■ ■ . ''-■''•, ; L. UNI C. «.. LAMB O. K. LAMB V. DAVIS |! PimMW Vlot PTtilOeui Secretary TreM. ft Mgr. Cllstoa, !•«». MlDD<tapolU. Minn. Clinton, low*. LeftT.nwortta.Wn. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 October 1907

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 4 October 1907

Lnvriiworlk ■■« Hit-writ Stage. Leaven Leavenworth every Monday. Wednes day and Friday at Hut. Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at ~m. »™»j Carries passengers and express. E. D. Sbugart. Prop. Stage Line. Lake Wenatrhes HU|t Mac Leaves Leavenworth every Monday mat Frl duv at b a m. Arrives at Telm» at 4p. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday at I a.m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mull, p»nsengers and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van De Grift, Prop. Box 71, Leavenworth. Wash. Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating's Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wise departed last Thursday for Cleveland, Ohio, their old home. Have you seen that handsome piano at the Big Store? The most popular Leavenworth young lady will get that piano tomorrow. Jack O' Connor was awarded the con tract this week to build a sewer in blocks 7 and 8 of the original plat of Leavenworth. Eugene Ball, Fourth Grand Vice- Master of the order of B. of L. F. and E. spent last Monday w...

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

Was It A Trained Mad Dog Not long ago a telephone call was received at the Flora avenue police station, says the Kansas City Star, re questing that an officer be sent to a house to kill a dog supposedly mad. When the officer arrived he met a negro. "Here's a dog under dem steps, an he's shore mad," the negro said excit edly. The officer fired one shot without hitting the dog. The animal started to run away. "Gimme dat gun quick. I'll kill him," the negro shouted. Saying which he reached for the officer's revolver and got it. He then pursued the dog, aiming the revolver at it as it ran yelping down the street. The policeman waited, expecting the negro to shoot at any moment. The negro and dog—and the revolver went round a corner and never came back. The offices has bought another revolver. He says he thinks the dog was trained. The Widow Who Was Calm A lawyer was entertaining dinner guests recently with stories from his personal experiences. • "A woman came into my office one afterno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 October 1907

as Xeavenwortb jScbo ss Vol. 4. No. 3V. Builder's Hardware b \-V- We have a new and complete line of Builders Hardware. The largest line ever -nr'.T-jfl shown in Leavenworth. If you are contemplating building come in and let us figure with you and we will save you money. GEO. KEATING ? uy Springdale from —£—2 the Orchards... Owner] _ HASTIN Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right : $90 per acre and up - - - Easy terms S. P. Beecher PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON \ FURNITURE House furnishing is our specialty DEBORD & ABBOTT Every week you will see additions made to our stock until noth ing will be lacking that goes to the furnishing of a house from cellar' to garret. \ -„ J § % 1$ ■ See and Price Our heating stoves, bedsteads, springs, mattresses, kitchen utensils SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold Star Livery Barn Under New Manager -.^wT" East End Front Street Saddle horses, camping outfits, and all kinds of hauling and freight delivery about town Joe Massie, Proprietor L. LAMB C. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 October 1907

Xcavc n\v )t l b ißcbo Kntered at the i'"-i Oli'.cu us Second Clm< matter. DRB1) M MAYAK. Editor and Proprietor. Ixsued Kverj Friday. Subscript " $1.00 per year in udviince. Address all ci tumuli!-, utioiiN to The Lonvei worth Kili.v Special Notice—Hereafter ■ : r»K>liitloin if cnireluleiire. r»rds of tbvnkß, notices o inter tuiniiifiiis where un iidml»Hlon reel* ohai • and till noilres of iii.v kin.i Intended to promote Bomeuody'H bo>lnea» moat be paid form \-<\ <■ lur iidvvrilNii'K ratm when printed In tor Kuan, If you rxpi-et thlH paper m hi'ln push sum ihlnii to iiiuku money you run afford to contrib ute to llm hupport. All free entertalnmentH of wnatHuevvr kind, or movrmenta to promote tb<! welfare and prosperity of the community Mil whole will be given the free us.' of Its columns. No deviation will be made from tola rule. KKIDAV, (MTOKKII 11. l!»«>7. A Degenerate Jury WALLA WALLA, Wash., Oct 7.— The trial of James Gordon, charged with the attempt of a nam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 11 October 1907

Lnvfiiwortb and Blewetl Stage. Leaves Leavenwortn every Monday, WelM' « day nod Friday at (v«. Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thun»iu> and Saturday at 'at. Carrtes passengers and express. E. D Snucart. Prop. Stage Line Lake Wtulrher Stage Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at 8 a m. Arrive** at Telma at 4p. m. Leaves Tsima every Tuesday and Saturday at ■a. m. Arrives at Leaven *ortn 4p. m. Mall, paHßengent and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van Lie (.irift. Prop. Hoi 71, Leavenworth, Wash. Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating's The express receipts at Wenatchee are 923,000 ahead of last year as a re sult of the increased shipment of fruit. E. F. Sprague the Wenatchee un dertaker was here this week. He pre pared the body of Michael, the fireman who died in the hospital, for burial. P. W. Van de Grift, the mail carrier on the Lake Wenatchee route is laid up this week with malaria. His route is taken care of by George Gibson. Range and stove s...

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