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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 July 1908

Vol. 5. No. 25. Alabastine We have a full line of Alabastine, the famous wall finish, in the most popular shades. If you are thinking of calcimining your walls call and let us show you our line of colors. ASO cent package will finish an entire room. We are still closing out our wall paper very cheap. GEO. KEATING MY ONLY OCCUPATION I FURNISH HOUSES THROUGHOUT A new lot of Dressers, Chairs, Bedsteads, Springs, Matresses and a complete line of of Earthenware, Churns, Flower Pots, etc. I will save you money on Stove Dishes and Granite Ware. J. G. DEBORD 'Twill - Pay - You - to - Come - and - Look The Best Place to Buy Dry Goods Shoes Groceries Hardware is the old reliable long established here - to - stay General Merchandise Establishment LEAVEN WORTH MERCANTILE CO. M. F. Peake *■ R- Peake M. F. Peake & Son General Agency Business Agricultural and Irrigated Fruit Lands TIMBER LANDS Logged-off Lands on Puget Sound Mineral Claims and Clay Beds l*>rr"Sp<>iKlrii.'<"!-ull.'U...

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. — 3 July 1908

Cbe Xeavcnwortb Jgcbo* Entered at the Postoffice of Leavenworth, Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Subscription $1.00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leavenworth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Junk Heap. Some Newspapers call it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE" All resolution* of condolence, cards of thanks, notices of entertainments where uu admission fee Is charged and the object Ih to raise money, or notices of liny kind Intended to promote business of any klml whatever, must Ih paid for ut regular advertising rates when printed In The Echo. When this paper Is asked to push some scheme where the object Is lo net money from the public then the use of Its space must be paid for. Free entertainment of a moral or beneficial nature, or any Movement with the object of promoting the welfare und prosperity of tbe community M » whole will be given the free use of Its columns. No devlutlon will be made from this rule....

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. — 3 July 1908

jfriday July 3 1908 EXPLOSION KILLS ENTIRE FAMILY SOLE SURVIVOR OP I'NFDRTUJ ATK HOME IS THROWN OVER HOLSKTOP. . t Dynamite or leaking U«» Are the >*o»ible BotßttMM uf the Mystery. San Francisco, June 30. —Kour peraODl are Ueud and three Otfceri seriously Injured as a result of a ter rlflc explosion, followed by flre, which occured at au early hour today in the grocery store of John Sweeny, L'ThO Diamond si reel. The dead are: John Sweeny, Mrs Sweeny, Ella Sweeny, aged 10; Au tuu Olssnieyer, Jr., aged I, The injured: Fred Sweeny, An ton Diasineyer, Sr.; Miss Mary Uiss m«yer, who probably will die; about ten others escaped. Sweeny, proprietor of the grocery store, lived with his family in a flat above the store, and adjoining the latter was the saloon of S. F. John son, with the Dissmeyer family occu pying the flat above it. So terrific was the force of the explosion that Fred Sweeny, aged 25, sleeping near a window, was thrown through it over the roof of a one-story building adjo...

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. — 3 July 1908

PAID 4DVKRTI«Enf:VT» Aanoanr*»!«nl Bum Tot LXt-.r.'.x Ofßee> *'■*&] •-■ <^:.\7 Oa»» »j»» I For Prwlnet CCt»» Sj«j » CANDIDATES JWiOllNfflfflllS F»r Bcpn««aUiUT« Setk DUliiri I hereby aaaooace to the people of Chelan county my determination to i stand tot the cosnisation of represent- j ative on the republican ticket subject j to the will of the voters as expressed j at the primary election. M. Hcran I arc a candidate for the nomination | of representative on the republican; ticket at the primary election to be held September Bth. R. F. Holm I am a candidate for re-election to the honorable position of representative to the Eleventh Washington legislature from Chelan coanty, on the repablicaa ticket, subject to the will of the voters as expressed at the primary election on the Bth of September. J. I. King For Sbrria I have decided to submit my carte to the republican voters of Cheian county, for sheriff. If I receive the party indorsement at the primary elec tion I will mak...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 July 1908

rHdav July 3 1908 nfiptteb TKat Be"— "Then." squealed Popoff iv triumph. "it Is Mine. Nova Koviteh he loves. The whole thing is absurdly simple when a brain like mine is brought to bear on it!" I'ellghted with his own astuteness, the ambassador pattered off to join the other guests, leaving Danilo, fan la hand, blankly facing the astounded lit tle clerk. "Nlsh," t*Berved the prince, "do yon •uppoee it's possible De Jolidnn can be In love with Mme. Nova Kovitcn as well as with Mme. 1'opoff?" "I'd—l'd like to think so." murmur*! Nish as he started faithfully off in the •wake of his chief. "I'd like to think so. It—lt would make It less exclusive, less of a monopoly. And to think his excellency never recognized his own Wlf>-' fan! Where ignorance is bliss why read up on divorce laws?" Laying the fan on a nearby table. Danilo was turning away when a voice behind him called mockingly: "Still In retreat'; So you are afraid of me!" Whirling about, the prince faced Soula. She was bewltch...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 July 1908

When The FI&S Li P«vstfin& Ry; NATHAN HALE, YALE'S HERO. University Plans to Erect a Monu ment of Him on Its Campui. A short time ago a committee of Yale alumni assembled In the studio of William Ordway Partridge In New York to see the newly completed statue of Nathan Hale by that sculptor which the alumni of the institution propose to offer for the campus of the univer sity. The patriot spy Is the chief hero ef the famous institution of learning at New Haven, and Yale men have long felt that there should be a statue upou the college statue upou c college grounds of an alumnus who did such honor to bis alma ma ter; hence the move ment re sulting In the execution of this work. Mr. Partridge has studied the subject for ten ears and has written a book about the char acter of Hale nd the story of his great sac rifice for coun try. His statue presents an In resting con trast to that of rath an hali Frederick W. statue. MacMonnles, which stands near the New York city hall. Neither...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 July 1908

rriday lulv 3 1908 loifiunirlli and Rim ell Mat.-. UHTW Leavenworth every Monday - Wednes day and Friday ai »u>. and iltunfay at"'-,"" 7 Tuesday, Thursday anil Saturday at 7»m. ' »■■"••* ('nrries passengers and express E. U. Shugart. Prop. Stage Line l*ake i nali lirr Miner Line Leaves Lcavenworth every Monday and Fri day at Ba. m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a.m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mall. passengers and express For further particulars address Joe Massle. Proprietor Hoi 71. Leavenworth. Wash ' Town and County L. J. Nelson spent several days in Wenatchee this week. Mrs. Geo. Brown, from Wenatchee lake, was here this week. L W. Bloom went to Spokane Mon day on a short business trip. J. G. Debord made a business trip to Spokane the first of the week. Miss Alice Rigby of Everett has been spending the past few days in Leaven worth. Worth Durham of Everett is spend ing the week in Leavenworth, visiting friends. Judge King spent several d...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 3 July 1908

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS As rumWied for Week Ending June 2 7th by the Chelan County Abstract Company Lucy West to John Kuelbs 11-4 e'/i 1 3 b 4 Stewards Plat Mission, $2500. Jas H Allen to Ed M Foy lot 5 b 1 Fairview Add Wen, $1250. H C Peters to S A Blankenship lots 1-2-11-12 b 3 Leav Gardens, $90. Annie Phillips to S W Kimmel 1 11 --12-13 b 1 Fairview Add Wen, $675. Susie Holmes to Frank G Holmes 1 9-10 b 2 Gibsons Add Chelan, $1. A D Wells to Daniel Flisher ptneJi netfnwX s 11-23-19, $3500. Wen Plan Mill to Col Val Bank sK -1 1-2 b 1 Sub Home Add Wen, $6600. Bertha Gillette to B C Shaw ne'A sw'A 1 6 s 27-22-21, $1000. N C Sorenson to Ida Getchell lot 26 b 2 Garden Home Add Wen, $400. Ida Getchell to Merton Elwood 1 26 b 2 Garden Home Add Wen, 5375. Jno R Wells to A D Wells pt ne'A nt'Anw'A sec 11-23-19, 91. W P Wells to A D Wells pt ne'A nt'Anw'A sec 11-23-19, $1. Jno H Lebeck to Jno J Brill pt seA ne'A sec 23-22-20, $1500. Leah Prowell to W R Prowell sw'A seA sec 27-22-21, $1. J M ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 July 1908

Vol. 5. No. 26. Alabastine We have a full line of Alabastine, the famous wall finish, in the most popular shades. If you are thinking of calcimining your walls call and let us show you our line of colors. ASO cent package will finish an entire room. We are still closing out our wall paper very cheap. GEO. KEATIN G MY ONLY OCCUPATION I FURNISH HOUSES THROUGHOUT A new lot of Dressers, Chairs, Bedsteads, Springs, Matresses and a complete line of of Earthenware, Churns, Flower Pots, etc. I will save you money on Stove Dishes and Granite Ware. J. G. DEBORD 'Twill - Pay - You - to - Come - and - Look The Best Place to Buy Dry Goods Shoes Groceries Hardware is the old reliable long established here - to - stay General Merchandise Establishment LEAVEN WORTH MERCANTILE CO. M. F. Peake F- »■ Peake M. F. Peake & Son General Agency Business Agricultural and Irrigated Fruit Lands TIMBER LANDS Logged-off Lands on Puget Sound Mineral Claims and Clay Beds LEAVENWORTH - - - WASHINGTON READ THE E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 July 1908

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 July 1908

jfriday July 10 1908 The Merry Widow CHAPTER IV. The Waltz. "lf\l ANCE with me!" repeated So ll nla. I / The faroff orchestra had __J struck up a dashing, gay Marsovlan air. Impelled by the music and her glance of daring. Dauilo sprang forward. In an Instant the two wen whirling madly amid the Intricacies of a wild Russian dunce such as has for count lees centuries been performed from Si beria's ice plain to Tartar steppes— a dance of youth, agility, utter aban don. Yet as they came panting to a halt at the last crashing note of music the face of neither reflected the exhilara tion the swift motion aud stirring measures usually evoked. In fact, Da oilo brow wore ■ very perceptible •cowl. Sonia, too, wee downcast. Had her rash experiment failed? "You didn't enjoy that," said she. "Not especially," he confessed. "Did you?" "No. You don't dance as well as you did" "You've probably grown to prefer FTench partners." he replied, piqued at ttie reflection on his dancing. "From all I hear' ...

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. — 10 July 1908

pint ai>\ i i« risi hi vi s AllllOlllK'l MK'lll Kill.— Poi District ntti.M- 115.UU For County mil.. IO.UU Fc.r I'reitm-I I PfflCl ■ CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS Fur Hi |>r< «i nlall\ c Mi 111 District I hereby announce to the people of Chelan county my determination to stand for the nomination of represent ative on the republican ticket subject to the will of the voters as expressed at the primary election. M. Horan I am a candidate for the nomination of representative on the republican ticket at the primary election to be held September Bth. R. F. Holm I am a candidate for re-election to the honorable position of representative' to the Eleventh Washington legislature from Chelan county, on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters as expressed at the primary election on the Bth of September. J. J. Kin^ Fur Mi. rIH I have decided to submit my name to the republican voters of Chelan county, for sheriff. If I receive the party indorsement at the primary elec tion I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 July 1908

jfiiday luly 10 1908 Unvruworlh and Illewett stage. Leaves Lesvenworth every Monday, Wedn day and Friday at s*». Leaves Blewett every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at "m. Carried pas«engers and express. K. D. Snugart. Prop. Stage Line Lake Wriiiii'lirr Stage Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at »a. m. Arrives at I'e'lma at 4p. m. (.eaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. hi. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massif. Proprietor Box 71, Leavenworth. Wash Town and County Robert Smith spent his Fourth with friends in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Anderson, of - Wenatchee spent the Fourth here. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomson, of Chiwaukum, spent the Fourth here. Mrs. L. W. Bloom went to Wenat chee yesterday on a brief visit to relatives. _ Mrs. C. F. Navarre was called to North Yakime this week by the death of her brother. Mrs. James Mull has been quite sick the past week, but we are told is now convalescing. Among...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 10 July 1908

PRIMARY INSTRUCTIONS Railroads Will Combat the Tax Valuations Fixed by the Commission A letter sent to the secretary of state by a candidate for county office in Stevens county reveals how little the average voter knows about the primary election law. This candidate requested the secretary of state to send him enough pamphlet copies of the law to give one to every voter in the county. He said he had seen^and talked with 300 voters and not 75 percent, of them understood the provisions of the law. The legislature did not provide a sufficient number of copies for the sec retary of state to give one to every voter, and all that could be spared to the Stevens county candidate was SO copies. For the voters in general there are but few things to remember. The balloting will be much the same as at any general election, but the elector must designate which ballot he desires to vote, the several political parties having separate ballots. He makes his choice of candidates by the usual "x" mark...

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. — 17 July 1908

Vol. 5. No. 27. HARDWARE STORE MOVED I have moved my entire stock of hardware to the King Co. building, opposite the Leaven worth Mercantile Co. store. I will carry, in the future, a larger and better assorted stock and be better prepared to serve my customers. Thanking the public for liberal patronage in the past and soliciting their favors for the future, I remain, GEO. X EATI N G STOCK REDUCING AND ROOM MAKING SALE Furniture, Stoves and Ranges at Cost FOR TEN DAYS J. G. DEBORD 'Twill = Pay - You - to - Come - and - Look The Best Place to Buy Dry Goods Shoes Groceries Hardware is the old reliable long established here - to - stay General Merchandise Establishment LEAVEN WORTH MERCANTILE CO. M. F. Peake M. F. Peake & Son General Agency Business Agricultural and Irrigated Fruit Lands TIMBER LANDS Logged-off Lands on Puget Sound Mineral Claims and Clay Beds Cum m«""1< ii.-.T-oM.-ii'.l with non-resident Property Owners LEAVENWORTH - - - WASHINGTON READ THE ECHO«SI.OO PER YEAR |...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 July 1908

Cbc Icavcnwortb i^cbo, ; __Mni at tie PcstcSce c£ L«v«rscr.h. *<*__.. as Seccsd'Cass Mitter DESD H. MAYAS- Editcr asd Prrprletcr fti-— e-e— FriiiT. Scbscriptics. SI.CO per tss: ■ -An Address — - - 71. SMRMM Id The Ui ■?_*..-- —•- -- Sen— fan the I=.ts^ecr=»: J^si Heap. sc=e Nrsrsp^>ers call it Editciiil SPECIAL >OTICE~ All >»;!,» .i ,vcAw». a* A' :»_v «*<*.■«* *>< l»»lll«t«MHT *S- -» v _r»>mlni f -1 ttm «Mwt k> «• r_M» wmntj. , •r iiiku ti *cj fcTi tst*»Cr<t t«> craMt *osin«» «t »ajr -ia- «_Mmr. KIN W ; fml i _«- at -«^i_.- ■Hi Uifcu am ~—«s pruu*— ta TIM Kc_«. V_m tfc*s B^»r t» *»*•« *» S«s_ «•»» «ra«~» » -»*«« »«••*« -«w»»y I from tt» patiiSc lisa ti« itw ■.■* it» «paof mcsi br ptnl »«•• Fr»» 11111111-1111 *t » «■-"-». Ec V»l-i a»;ar». *r &a? awnanl »-.'. a tit* i cma ti* tre* ■■ of '».- ni -~: - No itikim "VI t* __—« from sai- ml*. rilPlT. im IT. I»»>. At tie election this hH the voters j _■ be o£sd :?c- M rale ■ thel mdogtsca cf d a=i=.d=i...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 July 1908

jfridav July 17 1908 BRYAN AND KERN TO HEAD TICKET T'ERRASKAX THE CHOICE OF DEMOCRATS FOIt THE THIRD TIME. NOMINATIONS ARE UNANIMOUS. Commoner Wins on the First Ballot Amid a Frenzy of Wild Enthusiasm. Denver, Colo.—William Jennings r.ryan, of Nebraska, wa nominated for the third time for the office of '.he Presidency of the United States mid scenes of frenzied enthusiasm. The result came after an all-night session, which was kept in- a con stant turmoil up to the culminating moment when the Nebraska leader was proclaimed the choice of the convention as the Democratic .stand ard-bearer. The nomination was made on the first and only ballot, the vote stand ing: William J. Bryan, 892%; Govern or John A. Johnson, 46; Judge Geo. Gray, 59%. Absent or not voting, 8. Total, 1008. The announcement of the vote was the signal for a wild demonstration. The scene within the amphitheater at the moniem the nomination was made was one of Stirling animation. From pit to dome the vast building was pa...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 July 1908

PAID ADVERTISEMENTS Announcement Hates For DlHtrtot Offices lIS.UU For County Offlcw 10.00 For Precinct Offices (UW CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative &«tn District I hereby announce to the people: of Chelan county my determination .to stand for the nomination of . represent ative on the republican ticket subject to the will of the voters as expressed at the primary election. M. Horan I am a candidate for the nomination of representative on the republican ticket at the primary election to be held September Bth. R. F. Holm I am a candidate for re-election to the honorable position of representative to the Eleventh Washington legislature from Chelan county, on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters as expressed at the primary election on the Bth of September. J. J. King For Sheriff I have decided to submit my name to the republican voters of Chelan county, for sheriff. If I receive the party indorsement at the primary elec tion I will make a vigorous can...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 July 1908

Friday luly 17 1908 La-avruMorlli and Blpwetl S|«cr. Leaven Leavenworih every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at •**■. leaves Blaweti every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Tim. Carries pa»«pnifprs and express. K. D. Shugart. Prop. Stage Lino. liiiki- Uilluli Stacr Line Leaves Leavenvorth every Monday and Fri day at Ba. m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m. Leaves Tclma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mall, passenger* and express. For further Particulars address Joe Maggie, Proprietor, lioxTl. Leavenwortn, Wash Town and County The official proceedings of the Com missioners Court of Chelan county will be given to the readers of the Echo in the form of a supplement just as they appear in the official paper after every meeting of the court. Paul Weigand returned Monday from a business trip to Wenatchee. Miss Beryl Brown, from Edmonds, sister of Mrs. George Keating, is here on a visit. John Stopple came down from Mer ritt on Tuesday to transact business with our m...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 17 July 1908

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS As Furnished for Week Ending July 11 th by the (Ih-I.ui County Abstract Company R H Nowlan to Ida M Nichols lots 6-7 b 6 G N Plat Wen, 81500. W S Gehr to O W Kinzeback 1 5-6 b 33 Millerdale, $1800. John D Dill to Lizzie F Baumer 1 2 b 3 Dill's Orchard Trats, 81250. E D Cox to J H McGohan ncli neK sec 6-27-17, 8400. Wen Dcv Co to J A Gellatly lot 18 b 42 Replat Ist Add Wen, $1. A F Etes to J E Zook lot IS Estes Valley Orchards, $3500. Josie Cady to Edith L Hathaway 1 6 b 2 Leavenworth, $500. W F Blankenship to Chclan County pt 1 10 b S Telma Summer Homes, $1. Wen Dcv Co to Mrs Mato Scott lots 11-12 b 17 Columbia Bridge Add Wen. 8110. J H Watkins to Edgar T Dings part 1 2-3 b 1 Replat West Mission, $4800. C B Knouf to J R Chase neli sec 11-21-20, 83500. J R Chase to C B Knouf se ){ sec 11-21-20, $3500. James Wilder to Ida C Carter pt 1 1 John Kuelbs Plat Cashmere, $1000. James H Sutton to Samuel Hubbs et al pt 1 4 b 2 Prowells Plat Mission, $600. C F Dixon to Dav...

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