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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 November 1907

l.< m < ny« orlli mid Illewett Stage. I . tvea fiiwurib every Monday, W mines il:i.\ nnil Friday at Put. Leaves Bleweti every Tuesday. Thursday niiii Haturdaj in Tarn. int leu paftnengers and express. i: I) ShiiKitri. Prop. Stage Line. Lake .mill In , Mum- Line Leave* Lcavenworth every Monday and Fri day :u Hii m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday (a.m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mail, iniMHciiKcrs and express. For further particulars address I. W. Van De Grift, Prop Hoi "I, Leavenworth, Wash, Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating's Grandma Glaeser spent several days in Everett last week visiting old friends. J. B. Ballou is grading a lot on the east end of Front street and will build a substantial house. Buy your hardware at Keating's Mrs. Mary Mills came over from Seattle last Sunday to care for her mother during her illness. Mrs. Win. Roach took the train for Seattle yesterday and will visit with friends on the Sound for a few d...

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. — 15 November 1907

THE CRIMINALLY RICH TEAR HIM Frank Kellogg Is a Thorn in the Side of the Crooked Corporations One morning, some five years ago, James J. Hill went puffing into the office of J. Pierpont Morgan and said: "Mr. Morgan, can't you get that lawyer Kellogg, one of your counsel in the United States Steel company to help us shape public sentiment and the legislatures in the states thru which our railroads run?" "I'll see," replied Morgan. That day Morgan sent for the little gray haired western lawyer and said to him in a tone in which an autocrat usually addresses his servant: "Kel logg, you will do this." The steel blue eyes of Lawyer Kellogg flashed: "I am not a politician and a lobbyist, but a lawyer who does only a legiti mate practice. No, I will not do any such work," said he, rising and facing the money master. By this time Morgan was on his feet, sizzling with anger, and blurting out the hottest red words that had fallen from his lips in many a day. Frank Billings Kellogg simply turn...

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 November 1907

H TOe Xeavenwottb ißcho H V 01.4. No. 45. Builder's Hardware We have a new and complete line of Builders Hardware. The largest line ever —^^tM shown in Leavenworth. v If you are contemplating building come in and let us figure with you and we will save you money. GEO. KEATING FURNITURE House furnishing is our specialty DEBORP & 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. See and Price Our heating stoves, bedsteads, springs, mattresses, kitchen utensils SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold -■- . • -. . • ¥ ny Springdale from *-2—j — the Orchards... Owner _ hastin Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up - . - - Easy terms S. P. Beecher PESHASTIN , - - WASHINGTON Star Livery Barn ' Under New Manager jjf East End Front Street Lake Wenatchee Stage Line—Leave Orders at Barn Coal and Grain at Lowest Prices Joe Massie, Proprietor 1,. LAMB C. R. LAMB G. C LAMB ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 November 1907

Xeavenwovtb Bscbo Humid at the. Post omce an Secoud Claim mutter. DUED 11. MAVAK. Killtor and Proprietor. Issued Every Krlday. Subscription »l.c)O per year In advance. Address all communications to Tbe Leaven worth Echo. Special W»IIW TTIIH'fUT all resolutions of condolence, uards of thanks, notktis o' enter tainuienlH where an admission fee Is charged, and all notices of 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 mitke 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 tree use of Us columns. No deviation will be made from this rule. PKin.tV. MOVMIHKH %%, It»O7. Expanding the Circulating Medium Since the financial flurry began, three weeks ago, there has been engaged in Europe seventy million dollars in gold, the ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 November 1907

l.< h\ iiiworlli and Hlewell Mtagr. I.l'iivuh Leavenwortb every Monday, VYcilnes clay and Friday in Ham. Leaves Hlewctt every Tuesday, Thursday iirul Saturday at 7 AM. ■ Carrier passengers and express. X, 1) Sbugart. Prop. Stage Linn. I,llk.- 1% , inn. In■»■ Ntac<* Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at Ha m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leaves Talma every Tuesday and Saturday ' In. m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4p. m. Mail, passenger!) and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van De Grift, Prop llux 71, Leavenworth, Wash, Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating's J. D. Morrison has malarial fever at Dr. Hoxsey's hospital. Col. Leach, that terror to land law violators, is here looking after Uncle Samuel's affairs. Dr. McCoy came up from Wenatchee last Sunday morning. He had a num ber of professional calls while here. . i i Buy your hardware at Keating's The family of W. O. Atwood, one of the employees in the mill office, is re joicing over the arrival o...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 22 November 1907

GREAT NORTHERN REPORT Cwntflgl More Than Fifty Millions Owr I>vcnly Millions of Gold on Hand The Great Northern railway made [ its annual report to the Washington railroad commission last week. The following are some of the interesting items from the report. Number of new ties laid for the year ending June 31, 1907, 175,794. This is 50,000 more than was laid the previous year, and represents only about 40 ties per mile of rood. In new steel, however, the company laid only about half the amount of the previous year. The report shows 2,730 stockholders, as against 2,406 the previous year. No increase was made from the 547 miles of road operated in Washington in 1906. The entire line, however, shows an increase in mileage to 5,335 from the 5,183 of 1906. The gross earnings from operations for the year was 850,203.035, as against $46,494,226 in 1906. The miscellaneous income, which included dividends and interest on stocks and and bonds owned, general interest and more than a million...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 November 1907

== Xeavenwortb iScbo m V 01.4. No. 46. Builder's Hardware We have a new and complete line of Builders Hardware. The largest line ever —C^J"-£S shown in Leavenworth. If you are contemplating building come in and let us figure with you and we will save you money. . GEO. KEATING 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. ' , ■"''.., '. : See and Price 3 Our heating stoves, bedsteads, springs, mattresses, kitchen utensils SECOND HAND ■GOODS:: bought and sold ,_ ...-.- R#« ■•■ 1 • . SB3SJB ■■ '• E '-.-- • ■■ . ■ : ( HKS :■ . »uy ISpringdale from ~i-—2 — the Orchards... Owner | _„_,„ Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up - - * - Easy terms S. P. Beecher PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON Star Livery Barn Under New Manager '".'^P^l*^f End Front Street ~ . , Lake Wenatchee Stage —Leave Orders at Barn , Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 November 1907

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 November 1907

l..ii orlli mid Blewett Stage. I .<:ive> Li-nruuworth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at BAM. l.pavps lilnwe't every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at T*». Carrion passengers and express. K. U. Shimtirt. Prop, stain' Linn. I. ii.i Wmatrhee Stage Line Leaves Leavenwortb every Monday anil Fri day at 8 m. Arrives at Tclma at 4 p in. leaven Telma every Tuesday and Saturday ' fa, m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4p. m. Mail. passengers and express. For further particular! address P. W. Van De Grift, Prop. Bin 71, Lcavenworth, Wash. Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating' The price of wheat has declined to 68 cents at Wenatchee. . . . Dr. McCoy came up from Wenatchee last Wednesday on professional busi ness. After a week spent most enjoyably among old friends, Mrs. C. R. Zinkey returned to Everett on Monday last. Many of the contracts for Wenatchee fruit, made before the bankers' panic hit the country, have been cancelled. Councilman Ramsey went to We natchee Wednesday to atte...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 29 November 1907

STATE NEWS ITEMS Wheat is being loaded this week from the new G. N. wheat warehouse at Everett onto a British ship which will transport the cargo to Europe. This is the first shipment of wheat ever made from Everett and is expected to be the beginning of an important ocean traffic between Everett and foreign countries. Judge Linn of the superior court of Thurston county, sustained the state's demurrer to the railroad answer in the sixteen-hour violation cases brought in that county to enforce the act of the last legislature limiting the hours of labor of railroad employes. The case has attracted considerable attention thruout the state and will be carried to the supreme court by the railroad attorneys on appeal. Beginning last Monday, the wages of unlicensed laboreas on vessels ply ing the sound were somewhat reduced, the scale being cut as follows: Deck hands from $45 to $40, and stevedores from $50 to $45. The cut is said to have been made necessary by the fall ing off in freight ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 December 1907

:: Xeavcnwortb lEcbo == V 01.4. No. 47. Builder's Hardware We have a new and complete line of Builders Hardware. The largest line ever -"■_"""J"*"^! shown in Leavenworth. If you are contemplating building come i in and let us figure with you and we will save you money. GEO. KEATI N G 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. See and Price Our heating stoves, bedsteads, springs, mattresses, kitchen utensils ■ SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold *w Springdale from — 1. —2 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 Star Livery I3arn Under New Manager W East End Front Street Lake Wenatchee Stage —Leave Orders at Barn Coal and Grain at Lowest Prices Joe Massie, Proprietor L. LAMB C. R. LAMB G. E. LAMB P.DAVIS Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 December 1907

Xcavcnwortb Echo Snixnut ay 'Jib j»oki CHIob ib •••i-.-iml Caxn • saao a. hataii. aaitur imi ?™prt«tor. i bonied Ernry »Kilav. -.irs-.—-n' .'in i'..t 1 ii" ,'":w n uivuutf!. AilifmjtH til rnniuniriU'nitH M T^ie L*tww- ' * r- 1 ''..■•111 mtii. MKiiMa % Kara to M &c Ta6 Wiea thi3 paper caila anaanca to a j piibiic officer's ■dart, tn his acta. ■ iicw he act«d ia raiaticn M qaesticas a which, a larjs .r. aa ■.' people are' isx&sst&L, it isncai'T'H that it is very properly Zx££hzs the BBaSai ■.' s newspaper. 5c inng a 1 newspaper sticks ta the zrith. it ia 3afe taai prcae- j " cadca. Tie =^iti say act always be j paiaacie vj acme pec; • but ta these j v-. hai<; caiy aa say, if thera i 3 m?- T?»iriy you ara asiiaaed of, dcn r" do it. For priaciss ajieiccda, cr isiaj •> SissciS 'scifia^s ill.. a peracn, a aewspaceris liable M crmirsar picseca dca aad aiso civl suit to dassajaa. A. newspaper that thri fear of aa» i isnaseat rs&aiaed fcta crating the trith. would act c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 December 1907

Leavenworth and Hlewrti Rta(t>. leaves Leavenworth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at Him. Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Tut. Carries passengers and express. K. O. Shuitart. Prop. Stage Line. Lake niHtt lii't- Mam Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at 8 a m. Arrives at Telma at 4 p m. Leaven Telma every Tuesday and Saturday ha. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m Mall, passengers. and express. For further particulars address P. W. Van De Grift, Prop. Box 71. Leavenworth, Wash. v Town and County Range and stove sale at Keating's Mrs. Joseph Jackson went to Seattle last Friday evening for a week's visit with friends. On Wednesday there was bom to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bloom a little girl. Mother and babe getting on all right. Buy your hardware at Keating's We acknowledge a pleasant call from 0. W. Mintzer, presiding elder of the M. E. church. He presided at the quarterly conference held on Wednes day evening. _ John A Bristol, a retired printer,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 December 1907

Ruling as to School Holidays The matter of teachers drawing pay for holidays having been called to the attention of the attorney general's office, he has interpreted the law to provide that no deductions can be made from 0 teacher's pay for holidays observed during the term, but that teachers must make good for all days when school is not in session other than holidays. The attorney general's office, thru Assistant Attorney General Alexander, has addressed an important ruling to the state school superintendent on the subject of the right of school teachers to receive pay for holidays or vacation time, and also on the right of the directors to insist upon a contract with the teacher for "180 days of teach ing or nine school months." The at torney general's office holds, in effect, that teachers are entitled to pay on holidays and that contracts should be made by months instead of days. Thus nine school months would be con strued to mean a period of nine months, altho the deduction of...

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 December 1907

= TLhe Xeavenwortb Bcbo T^r^i /SWwIJv news Vol. 4. No. 48. Builder's Hardware We have a new and complete line of Builders Hardware. The largest line ever ~"^£;-j3J shown in Leavenworth. ■ If you are contemplating building come in and let us figure with you and we will save you money. GEO. KEATING 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. See and Price Our heating stoves, bedsteads, springs, mattresses, kitchen utensils SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold ¥ uy Springdale from -J-—2 the Orchards... Ownerj _„_,„ Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up --- - Easy terms S.P.Beecher PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON Star Livery Barn Under New Manager '^JjT East End Front Street Lake Wenatchee Stage —Leave Orders at Barn Coal and Grain at Lowest Prices Joe Massie, Proprietor L. LAM B C. R. LAMB G. E. LAMB P...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 December 1907

Xeavenwortb Bcbo Kntered at the l'ont Odlee as Second Clus matter. DEED H. MA YAH Editor and Proprietor. Issued Every Friday. Subscription 11.00 per year In advance. Address all communications to Tbe Leaven worth Echo. FRIDAY. DECKMBHR ISt 1907. Parcels Post and Postal Savings Bank In his recommendation recently pub lished in the press, Postmaster General Meyer recommended the enactment of the 11-pound rural delivery parcels post, with the restriction that the par cels must originate on the route, thus: Eleven pounds could be mailed at Leavenworth for delivery at any point between here and Wenatchee .Lake or any similar route. This was intended to cut out foreign mail order houses and at the same time prevent overbur dening the service with long-haul pack ages at the same rate as the short haul. It would be manifestly wrong to charge the same rate for carrying an 11-pound package from Chicago by way of Lea venworth to Wenatchee lake as on the same weight package from Leaven worth to...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 December 1907

LeaTenwortb and Illeweit Htaec L«MW l.i-uvenworth every Monil; iy \\v,ine-< d» Ud Krlilay in 8»«. ■ es (.eared Hlewi.it every TBasdur, Thurs hu mill Siilunliiy at TtM, "' Carries puten(cn and express E. U. Shuitart. Prop. Stage Lin«. Lake Wenati'tiiM' Ktaee Lino Leaves i.eii\iMiw,,rtii every m...ii and Fri day at 8 am. Arriv.siit Telma at |„ m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and SatiirCay U. m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4p. m Mull. pasßengerH and express. For further particulars address p. W. Van lie drift Prop llox 71, Leavenworth, Wash "i. trop. Town and County Buy your granite at Keating's Rafe T. King made a quick business trip to Seattle the first of the week. Dr. Hoxsey was called to Seattle this week to consult with railroad officials. Mrs. Keys from Walla Walla, sister of Mrs. M. A. Marley, is here on a visit. ' Boys' sleds cheap at Keating's Rev. Van Dewalle will conduct services in the Catholic church Sun- Dec. 15. Mrs. J. M. Duffy and baby Lucille will visit with Mrs Bloom for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 December 1907

OTrtckJili | I MEN'S FINE SUITS I I Overcoats and Furnishings I Having made extremely heavy purchases for this season and on account of the recent financial depression leaving us with more goods than we can | possibly dispose of in our Everett store, we decided to open a store at Leaven- | worth where we will enter the field with one of the greatest money-saving sales ever experienced in this community. I We have rented the store-room in the Bloom building, opp. the depot, a I and are ready to bid for a share of your patronage. ■ 1 Our clothing consists of the most reliable makes in the country, such as g I W. S. Peck & Cos. Union Made I I OF SYRACUSE, N. Y. 1 I A. B. KIRSHBAUM & Co. of Philadelphia I I Ederheimer, Stein & Co. of Chicago I m Acknowledged Leading Designers of Clothing for Young Men B » We quote a few items to show the saving within your reach B if Men's Suits, worth $12, now • • $7.50 Men's Wool Underwear, worth $1.50 a garment, 90c. » I Men's Suits, wort...

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. — 20 December 1907

:::; Xeavenwottb lEcho ~ V 01.4. No. 49. Builder's Hardware We have a new and complete line of Builders] Hardware. The largest line ever —^^^S shown in Leavenworth. If you are contemplating building come in and let us figure with you and we will save you money. GEO. KEATING FURNITURE House furnishing is our specialty DEBORP & 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. See and Price Our heating stoves, bedsteads, springs, mattresses, kitchen utensils SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold gj, 1 Springdale the Orchards... Owner „.,a otim I PESHASTIN Ten and Twenty Acre Tracts with Water Right $90 per acre and up - - - Easy terms S. P. Beecher PESHASTIN - - WASHINGTON Star Livery Barn Under New Manager "}p^ East End Front Street Lake Wenatchee Stage Line—Leave Orders at Barn Coal and Grain at Lowest Prices Joe Massie, Proprietor ( . _ In LAM B C. R.. LAMB O. K. LAMB P. DAVIS...

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

Xcavenvvortb Echo Entered at the Post Office a*. Second Class matter. I>KKIJ H. MAYAR. Editor »nd Proprietor. IgHued Every Friday. Subscription II.OU per year in advance. Addreaa all communications lo The Lenven worth Echo. I It I ■> \\ . Ill'.ll-.UBKII tO, lIMI7. The Subsidized Press The following dispatch, purporting to come from London, was printed in the daily press a few days ago : President Roosevelt's declaration that he would not stand renomina tion is treated as a momentous matter in the columns of the London newspa pers. The editorials for the larger part consider that he has made a wise decision, on the ground that though he is the most striking personality in the political field at the present moment, the fact that he has alienated powerful supporters by his anti-trust policy has made his re-election doubtful. They consider it unlikely Roosevelt's suc cessor will pursue an anti-trust policy. According to the sentiment herein expressed, a man who dares to oppose the...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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