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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 16 October 1908

jfridav October 16 1908 Lravruworth and Hlrwrtl Stages I,l'aves Leavenworth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at KM*. Leaves Ulewett every Tuesday, Thursday and unlay at T*M. Carries passcngrrs and express. K. 1) Sbugart, Prop. Stage Line. I. ■!.• Wenatrliee Slaco Line Loaves Leavenworth every Monday nnd Frt iluy at Ba. m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4p. m. Mull, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massto, Proprietor. Hoi 71, Leavenworth, Wash Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf R. T. King has been appointed in spector of election and J. R. Ramsey and E. A. King Judges. Mrs. B. Gallagher, who recently ar rived here from Blame Wash., has rented the Bloom residence. Ross Taylor returned here Wednes day after spending the summer with relatives at Raymond, Wash. J. Throw chief of the Wenatchee Fire Department spent a few days in Leavenworth the first of ...

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. — 16 October 1908

REPUBLICAN TICKET NATIONAL TUMI For President— WILLIAM H. TAFT, or Ohio For Vice-Presldent— JAMBS H. HHKRMAN.ot New York ST.ITIi TICKET Governor— BAMUKL G. OOBGROVB Lieutenant Governor — M. K. HAY secretary of State — HAM 11. NICHOLS Treasurer— JOHN It. LEWIS Auditor— O. W. OLAITSON Attorney General— W. P. BELL Commissioner Public Lands— B. W. ROSS Hunt. Public Instruction— IIKNKY B. I>I:\VKY 1 ranee Commissioner— JOHN 11. SCIIIVKI.Y Representative In Oongrena— MILKS POINDEXTBR COUNTY TICKET Stute Senator 18th District— JOHN H. BMITHBOM state Representative Orttli District— H. K. HOLM H be lift— .1. KDVVAKI) PKRQUBON Olerk— J. LKIGH CAMPBELL Auditor — ERNEST BPBNOEB Treasurer— MAIM'IN I. SPKNOKK Prosecuting Attorney— KBKD KBMP Asaesaoi— H. ('. OHBOBN Supt. of * 'oinruon Schools— K. O. BOWBRBOX Knglneei— FRKIi M. BERRY < loron6r — H. A. HAUNDKKH Oommluloner First District— ALKX PITCHER Commissioner Secoinl District— H. W. (Ills Oommlssloner Third District— O. J. TROW Judges of ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

All Home PRINT Vol. 5. No. 41. RANGES - HEATERS LARGE SHIPMENT DUE THIS WEEK Best Ranges Best Heaters WAIT AND SEE GEO. KEATI N G The Hardware Man FINE FURNITURE Whether you want an odd article or a house full of fur niture, we are at all times ready to meet the demand. Every article we sell is guaranteed to be made of the finest, thoroughly seasoned wood, designed on the most artistic plan, and finished in a satisfactory and permanent style. Notwithstanding the superior quality of our goods, our prices are at all times reasonable. J. G. DEBORD S. J. and P. W. Van De Grift LEAVENWORTH, WASH. Contractors & Builders Plans and Mentions Furnished Estimates Given Easy Terms Advance Showing of New Fall Dress Goods We have just finished putting our fall dress goods in stock, and to say the least it is the finest line that we have _ ever had the pleasure of selecting. On next I — Saturday. September 26th We will hold our first exhibition of Fall Dress Goods and Trimmings For the Season ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

Cbc Icavcnwortb Echo. Mi at the PbstoSce of Leavesrcrth. Wash., as Second Class Matter DEED H. If AT At, Editor and Proprietor Issued every Friday. Scbsciptisa $1.00 per year ia adrxace. Address all corass^akatioas to The LeaTeawtrth Echo. Scraps from the Intellectual Jonk Heap. Scsse Newspapers call it Editsria} SPECIAL NOTICE-- Alt motatloo* of « - !•:.* ;ari* of tkufcs, notice* of catcrulawnu* when u> MtwHrtnii fe» v caused »-•! ti* eWtci to Jo mtw i»«j. <•.- mum of -.:.} kind :•■-:.:*■: to puiui; *•-* — of »-? i::..: (Wmt. man be paid for at rc*a!ar i.:-.r ■-:•:.".*■ rates wh*a prtat«4 la Tfc* bo. «*b«o tkli pa»*r v a*k«d to paak n» «t»«aw vane -.:+ •>*:*..; It to «M momrj from tk* pablie tb«a tbe aw of 11» fpac* aia*> '•- aald lor. F.-»» *.-.*.*:•..»:.-. of m moral or t«c«&-iaJ natore. or ».-.j Dor>afct vita 12* uljj««i of inriMMKlin tfee velfafc aad araipcntr of 11+ raauaraltr *• a «»o«r will be ■tree ti>* frc« ok of lit coinamns. .v. i--.-i-.i-,-. sill b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

jf ridav (October 13 1908 PROPOSED TAX AMENDMENTS Some Reasons Why They Should Be De feated-The "Eminent Domain" Amendment Especially Bad The following embraces more forci bly than we can express them the rea sons why both the constitutional amend ments to be voted on at the coming election should be voted down. Read and ponder them well, and then vote. There are two amendments proposed to the constitution, each of which are to be voted upon at the November election. A majority of the votes cast will decide whether these amendments are rejected or adopted, and the fear has been expressed that through igno rance or indifference of what the amendments mean, the average voter, after having gone over the long list of names and indicated his choice of can didates, will, in all probability, not vote at all on the constitutional amend ments. Under such conditions a com paratively small number of affirmative votes will secure the adoption of the amendments, and the interests that expect ben...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

BilE 9 FLEET FOWKKFI'L AMERICAN BATTLE SUITS AHCHOR AT YOKO HAMA AMII> SAIATKS. Received on Arrival by the Japanese Warships City Gaily Ucco ruti-il With Bunting. Yokohama, Oct. 18.—Sixteen bat tleships, constituting the American Atlantic Meet, on its peaceful cruise around the world, are riding at an chor in the Hay of Tokio, occupying a post of honor in front of a like Dumber of Japanese men-of-war, the white hulls of the American vessels making a strong contrast with the somber-hued ones of the Japanese. In the bay, alive with bunting, gaily decorated tuga and steamers loaded with sightseers are steaming to and fro and launches from the shore and the war vessels are bear- Ing uniformed officers on their official visits of welcome. Preceded by its tender, the Yank ton, the American fleet entered the harbor in a fog that hung over the bay and dropped anchor at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning, one-half hour later than the time scheduled. This was due to the fog. The fleet proceeded t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

jfridav October 23 1908 Lraveuwortli mid III* «it Slnur. Leaves Leavenworth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at Him. Leaves Ulewett every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at T*a, Carries passengers and express. E. U. Shugart. Prop. Stage Line. Lake Wenatcliee Stage Line Leaves Loavenwortb every Monday and Fri day at Ba. in. Arrive* at Tel ma at 4p. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leavenworth 4p. m. Mail, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massle, Proprietor. Box 71. Leavenworth, Wash Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf Mrs. J. D. Wheeler returned Sunday after a week's stay in Seattle. Miss Josephie Swanson left Sunday night for her home in Seattle. Ed. Tholin'went to Spokane on busi ness last Tuesday morning and re turned the following day. Mrs. Frank Sutton departed for Montana last Saturday on a month's visit with friends at her old Montana home. Complaint was filed this week against J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

REPUBLICAN TICKET NATIONAL. TICKET For President— WILLIAM 11. TA FT. of Ohio For Vice-President— JAMES 8. sIIKRMAN.of New York STATE TICKET Governor — SAMUEL Q. OOBGROVE Lieutenant (lovernor — M. K. HAY Secretary of State— HAM H. NICHOLS Treasurer JOHN U. LEWIS Auditor— 0. W. OLAUSON Attorney General— W. P. BELL Commissioner Public Lands— B. W. ROSS Supt. Public Instruction— HENRY B. DEWEY Insurance Commissioner — JOHN 11. 80HIVELY Representative In Congress— MILES POINDKXTER COUNTY TICKET State Senator mil District— JOHN H. HMITHHON Htate Representative 6«th District— K. F. HOLM Sheriff— J. EDWARD FERGUSON Clerk— J. LKIGH CAMPBELL Auditor— ERNKHT SPENCER Treasurer MARTIN P. SPENOER Prosocuting Attorney— FRED KEMP Assessor — K. O. OSBORN Sup! . of Common Schools— E. C. BOWEKSOX Engineer— FRED M. BERRY Coroner— H. A. HAUNDERS Commlsslnner First District— ALEX PITCHER Commissioner Second District— H. W. OTIS Commissioner Third District— O. J. TROW Judges of Supreme Court— HERMAN I). C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

LEAVENWORTH EGHO COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. natchi Wash., Oct. 5. 1908. Commissioners convened October 5. I 1908, with all members present. Mln- ; utes were read anil approved. In the matter of fireman, Mr. Hauber j is hereby reengaged at the same salary ( of $50 with room in court house. In the matter of the C. K. Wilcox ■ road No. IS6 application for same is j hereby rejected and bondsmen to be j notified. In the matter of petition of Warren | P. Leslie et al. for county road, petition | and bond appearing regular, same is | ■hereby accepted and survey ordered. In the matter of the petition of G. I. [ Kvans et ai. No. 190 for change in road i all papers appearing regular same is hereby accepted and apt roved providing said Kvans et al. grade and complete I said new road 1:' feet wide and subject | to county engineer's approval. In the matter of the J. A. Poernan petition No. 1.l for change in road No. ! r> same is laid over for Inspection by i county engineer. In the matter of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 23 October 1908

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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. — 30 October 1908

All Home PRINT Vol. 5. No. 42. RANGES ™ HEATERS LARGE SHIPMENT DUE THIS WEEK Best Ranges Best Heaters Best Prices WAIT AND SEE GEO. KEATING The Hardware Man FINE FURNITURE Whether you want an odd article or a house full of fur niture, we are at all times ready to meet the demand. Every article we sell is guaranteed to be made of the finest, thoroughly seasoned wood, designed on the most artistic plan, and finished in a satisfactory and permanent style. Notwithstanding the superior quality of our goods, our prices are at all times reasonable. J. G. DEBORD Prof, and Mrs. W. P. Clinton are prepared to furnish mus ic for dances and all social affairs. AildroHs— Prof. W. P. Clinton, Gen'l Del. Res. 3 doors west of Uloom's Advance Showing of New Fall Dress Goods We have just finished putting our fall dress goods in stock, and to say the least it is the finest line that we have mm^mm^m^ ever had the pleasure of selecting. On next I .. ■ — Saturday, October 31st We will hold our first exhib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 October 1908

G,bc Xcavcmvortb JBcho. 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, card, of thank«. notices of entertainment* where dpi admlulon fee Is charged and ttie object l» to f»Ue money, or notice* of any kln<l Intended to promote buslne*! of »nr kind whatever, must be paid for at r«-«ru!ar ad vert I* Ing rates when printed In The Kcbo. Wbco t.M- pa^<.r Is asked to posh *ome dcbeme where the object li to get money from the put.lle then the nse of lt» ■ ■— "liJ* *■ paid for. Vrm entertainment of a moral or beneHclal nature, or any movement with the object of promoting the welfare and prosperity of the community m a whole will be given the free use of It* column*. No deviation will be made fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 October 1908

f ridav October 30 1908 REPUBLICAN TICKET NATIONAL TICKET For President— WILLIAM 11. TAFT. of Ohio For President— .1 \MKS s. SHERMAN, of New York *l Ifl TICKET Governor — SAMUEL G. COSGROVE Lieutenant Governor — M. K. HAY Secretary of Htnte— MAM H. NICHOLS Treasurer — JOHN R. LEWIS Auditor — 0. W. OIiAUSON Attorney General— W. P. BELL Commissioner Public Lund*— K. W. ROSS supt. Public Instruction— HENRY B. lIKWEV Insurance Commissioner— JOHN H. SOHIVELY Representative In Congress— MILKS POINDEXTKR COUNTS' ticket State Senator 18th District— JOHN H. HMITUHON Stiite Representative s<tth District— R. F. HOLM Sheriff— J. EDWARI> FERGUSON Clerk— ' ' J. LEIGH CAMPBELL Auditor— KKNEHT BPKNOER Trensurer— MARTIN P. SPENCER Prosecuting Attorney— FRED KEMP Asßessoi— It. 0. OSBORN Supt. of Common Schools— K. 0. BOWERSOX Engineer*— FRED M. BERRY Ooronei" — H. A. SAUNHKRS Commissioner First District — ALEX PITCHER Commissioner Second District— H. \V. OTIS Commissioner Third District— O. J. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 October 1908

FIGHT WAXES 11 » I — inItCKS TO CONCENTRATE IN MOW YORK, INDIANA AND ' OHIO AT TUN FINISH. I t liryan Will Go on Stumping Tour of New York StateTaft and Hughes Work Together. I New York, Oct. 26. —The present campaign is to have a whirlwind fin ish. Prom the highest to the lowest, ull the iptllbinderi of all the parties .will be out In force during the last days and wavering voters will be urged by eloquent advocates to cast their ballots right." I In practically every state of the Union rallies and mass meeting! al most without number have been ar ranged, but it is in New York, with Its large number of electoral votes at stake, that the real buttle will be waged. There practically all the leading candidates will concentrate their efforts, ably assisted by a large number of forceful and resourceful campaigners. Ohio and Indiana also will be given considerable attention. Among the speakers who will urge the voters of Ohio to support Mr. Taft will be sev eral members of the President'...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 30 October 1908

Jfridav October 30 1908 Lravenwortb and Hlcivell Stace. Leaves nworth every Monday, Wednes da] and Friday at Him. Leaves lllewelt every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Tun. Carries passengers and express. B. U. Shugart, Prop. Stage Line. Lake WenaUhee Huge Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri day at Ba. in. Arrives at Telnia at 4p. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4p. m. Mail, passengers and express. For further particulars adores! Joe Massie, Proprietor llox 71. Leavenworth, Wash Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf A. L. Mitchell was in Wenatchee yesterday on business. C. F. Endres, of the Seattle Mat tress Co. spent Tuesday in Leaven worth. Miss Bertha Phalen arrived from Spokane last Sunday and is staying with her parents. O. D. Johnson, one of the oldest of Wenatchee's old-timers, was here this week on Masonic business. Miss Zora Abbott accompanied by her sister Miss Nora left on the afte...

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. — 30 October 1908

REAL ESTATE TRANSfERS As Furnished for Week Ending Oct. 24th, by the Chelan County Abstract Company J A Seaman to Alton N Gregory pt eJ^nwK pt wline'A pt ne&swK sec -32-24-19, 89000. US to Win Hayden e'Ase'A 1 8-9 sec 6-24-21. S H Rockhill to Mary Daniells part nc'A sec 4-23-19, 86250. L-D Lbr Co to G N Ry Co rt way on s'/i sec 7-26-17 and neK sec 17 --26-17, 81. B F Clark to Mary E Duncan 1 5-6 b 4 Bolenbaugs ad Wen, $300. A J Winchel to Wen Hts Or Co lots 16-17 b 41 G N Plat Wen, 8300. Wm F Clay to L E Hutchinson nj4 ne'AseHsvr'A s 21-23-20, 85100. D Mackay to Martin Johnson 1 8-9 b 5 Merriams ad Leavenworth, 81. T B Thornily to W R Redhead 1 11 --12 b 38 G N Plat Wen, 8450. Willda J Foote to O F Dickson s 40 ft 1 1-2-3 b 3 Foote & Starrs add Chelan, 82250. Henry Batterman to Chas Smith sl4 ne#ne#ne# s 5-22-20, 84000. W R Redhead to Carl Sandhop lot 7 b 4 Fairview ad Wen, 83000. Alma Steams to H J Cheever w/4 nJ^swKne#se# s 4-22-20, 81. H J Cheever to Alma Steams e/45% sw'...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 November 1908

Vol. 5. No. 43. WILLIAM H. TAFT The election passed off very quietly in Leavenworth. Out of 527 voters who had registered at this place 388 turned out to vote. Why the other 139 did not vote is hard to tell. Some of them lived right here in town. Taft, CosgTOve and Poindexter led the republican ticket here, as they did generally thruout the state. Leaven worth with the exception of Mr. Otis, candidate for commissioner, gave all the candidates on the republican ticket a good round majority. When it is taken into consideration that not a single representative from this place was on the ticket the loyal support that it received here should be noted at Wenatchee where, by contradistinc- tion, the republican ticket was un mercifully slaughtered. E. G. Spencer for county auditor, Martin P. Spencer for county treasurer and H. W. Otis candidate for commissioner, all on the republican -ticket were defeated by Godfrey, C. A. Battles and G. B. Kin ney respectively. The balance of the county re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 November 1908

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 November 1908

tfYiday IRovember 6 1908 ARCHBOLD AND FORAKER Being the Story of a Spider and a Fly by Alfred Henry Lewis in Novem ber Human Life This will be a story of a spider and a fly, with Mr. Archbold in the role of spider and Senator Foraker the fly. But, before going to the main movement of the drama, let me mention a character istic of that not-numerous yet dangerous animal, the American multi-millionaire. Most of our big money men make a specialty of religion. This strategy owns a double excellence. It invests them with an odor of respectability, which — aside from the flattering comfort of it — it useful in the money getting. Most of all, however, it serves largely in saving them from jail. And they would sooner no to church than go to Sing Sing. These same criminal multi-million aires are prone to give heavily to the church. This, aside from feeding the the fires of their smug vanities, brings them in a kind of soulease, a sense of eternal safety which robs death of half its threat. Th...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 November 1908

GREAT VICTORY WON BY TUFT ID SHERMAN CARRY MOST OP THE STATES CONSIDERED DOUBTFUL BE FORE ELECTION. MAJORITY SOMEWHAT REDUCED UHunl Democratic Majorities Are Re turned l>y the Solid South. Crowd Cbeen Tuft. New York, Nov. 4.—The next President of the United States will be William Howard Taft, Republican, of Ohio. The next Vice-President will be James Schoolcraft Sherman, Re publican, of New York. This is the verdict returned by the majority of Ihc 18,000,000 voters of the United States. The Republican candidate has repeated Mr. Roose velt's feat of carrying nearly every northern state, giving him a clear majority In the electoral college over William .Jennings Bryan, the Demo cratic candidate. New York atate'a 39 electoral votes will be cast for Taft and Sherman. Greater New York has gone Demo cratic, indorsing both Bryan and Chanlor. The counties above the city have given to the Republican National ticket majorities large enough to insure their success. Reports from all parts of...

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