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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 6 November 1908

tfriday fftovember 6 1908 1., i. >. 11W..1111 mi.l Blewett Stage. i.ciivi-s Leavenworth every Monday \vedn»s .in and Friday at Hut. ' and urea Hlewett every Tuesday, Tnuredav :iiul Saturday at Tin. ' Carries passengers and express. E. U. Snugart, Prop. Stage Line. Lake Wenatcliee Mu»ce Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday and Fri das iitsii. in. Arrives at Telma at 4 p m Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4 p m • Mail, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Massle, Proprietor Ilox 71. Leavenworth. Wash ""yrwrar. Town and County F. E. Carlquist, expert watchmaker. All work guaranteed. 30tf F. E. Carlquist made a business visit to Spokane the first of this week. F. A. Reynolds, the postmaster at Reynolds, was here yesterday, and said the election had gone to suit him. The doctor and Mrs. Elmer bid goodbye to their daughter Mrs. Gas pard, and little Bill, yesterday, when they left for Seattle, their home. A. S. Huffmaster came ...

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. — 6 November 1908

(Continued from Page Three) ARCHBOLD AND FORAKER theatre by the Bankside, Moll Cutpurse turns highwayman and cries "Stand and deliver!" on Bagshot Heath and Shooter's Hill. For all that —like Brother Watterson —I exclaim in wonder at Mr. Arch bold being out of jail. Time was in his village of Tarrytown when three men were found so honestly patriotic that they arrested Major Andre. And Washington hanged Major Andre as a spy, albeit the latter could point to a flag instead of a pocketbook as the cause of his transgressions. However, we'll let Major Andre go. Spy, though he were, and swung up to a gibbet for it, he shall not here be disgraced by comparison with any Archbold. Arnold? How Arnold would have rejoiced in Mr. Archbold! His biographies tell us that in the later London years of this betrayer of his country, no Englishman would return his bow or take his hand. He languished, it would seem, for good society. Had Mr. Archbold hap pened along at that time, the isolated one in his ...

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 November 1908

Vol. 5. No. 44. RANGES ■• HEATERS LARGE SHIPMENT DUE THIS WEEK Best Ranges Best Heaters Best Prices WAIT AND SEE GEO. KEATING The Hardware Man J. G. DEBORD Furniture and House Furnishings Axminister and f/u otjiiarcs At Lost rp^Mß^B3—aa!=^^^iwfeiMl A FEW HEATERS II *^S|§|Sfl on hand which are to be Jl^^'HtUMmP^N ranges and stoves in Leav- BUTTER WRAPPERS AT THE ECHO OFFICE \r'. * ''*; " You will find in our establishment l\V "^y\ %'"» <■«, * 4 J-L everything that you ought to find in a YiV VC ] ffi- f *v \ V 'J^iuJi) first-class drug store. Apart from our l&y^ffy im£kr^s&!£Js highly efficient prescription department, W^Of 1 &>■ 'U^ we carry 'v" nes °' the most P°P'ar 'vrfj?l JE) as*^fi&jml&r\ medicines and proprietary articles, |W 7np[ vk&T^s^^O ointments, pills, hot water bags, syrin- \Mk//wM. \rysl ii i-" 1 JMsi cs > soaps and perfumery, combs, j^sjv ['ft** y4/% brushes and toilet articles, sponges, /ft-KC^ \^~^>^yjß etc., and our prices rule re...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 November 1908

Cbc acavenwortb Echo. Entered at the Postoflke of Lewtaworth. Wash., as Second Oass Matter DEED H. MAYAS, Editsr aad Proprietcr I;.;:-: -7-7 PlMaj ;.:;.:r :-. S. ''. per year is adrance. Address all commaaicatiops to Tie Leareawcrth Echo. Scraps fraa tie lateZectaxl Jaak Heap. Scae Nsirspapers ca2 it Editorial SPECIAL NOTICE— AU iimni o« f<Bliintf». e»P»» of :a»ai». Hitcwti 1 eos»rtiiani'&H •!'.•» ia adjnitrtloo N* U iUonwl »o«l ta* oJM^ct Is !o cats* motutj, or much of *ay kind tatmHJ to fiiMiilh bosia<«a t mmr klcut «l«»i« moaJ t» MM tor a: r»caiar »>lT*rtt3tn* r»s*» wH*a »<tetnt ta Ti* Beta*. Wh«r. cut* »M*r a ut«.i to pcsJi mk «Ktw w»«» »*• «»|wrt t» so «-« ■■■■T[ ;■-:-.-. Ik* cohtttf ;i*a th* o.« »f lt» »VW» MM D* MM tot. F — <tMn>UaM ot * moI «r »—rtU ■»». «r ujr —r«—t «t* tb* [ aMnrt of piMMiw eke »»*aM» »a.a pnmmmj of ta* niwilty art » w&»t» will 6e •ma lto(mswo( is* «nl—K .1.: • • ••■•■.-■ man, SOVEHBEK it. I• •a• Cmmks IsdJmo Tidies Early At a pcb...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 November 1908

tfridav IRovember 13 1908 TIMBER CONSERVATION Government Policy Adopted By The Larg est Saw Mill in The World The future development of the lum ber industry in this country lies in the direction of a closer utilization of for est products. Both foresters and prac tical lumbermen now agree on this point. Just what can be done in this field is well illustrated in the operations at the mill of the Great Southern Lumber Company, which has just reopened its plant at Bogalusa, Louisiana, in re sponse to the increased demand for lumber after the recent slump in busi ness. This is perhaps the largest sawmill in the United States, if not in the world, and is capable of turning out the enormous amount of 600,000 feet of sawn lumber board measure per day. A reader can get a fair idea of this quanity of lumber when he is told that its output is enough to build a little town of 40 houses, along with a good sized church and a school house every day. This company was quick to grasp the significanc...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 November 1908

HAVE NEW FISH LAWS ORE«ON AND WASHINGTON LE«- ISLATIHKS MAY ACT INDK PENDENT OF FACTIONS. Regulation of All (Musses of Qmi and Abolition of None Is Policy Tliut .May Prevail. Portland. Or., Nov. 11.—-That the salmon wrangle on the Columbia Ri»er has at last reached such a pass that good laws can be enacted In the States of Oregon and Washington foi concurrent closed season and regula tlon of gear, is the opinion of many fishermen and outsiders who have seen the long strife There is now a disposition to take thp matter out of the hands of the warring interests, who have had the industry all to themselves, and pass remedial legis lation over their heads in tha twe legislatures. At Seattle today, a Washington commission, appointed by Governor Mead, conducted a hearing, so as tr, learn the proper way of adjusting tht difficulties and of compelling tht. warring rivals to obey the state au Ihorities. Some time ago there was a call for a similar commission In Oregon, but Governor Chamberla...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 November 1908

f ridav November 13 1908 |_—!»■■■■ 11l Hiid Blewrll Htagr. leaves U>avenworth every Monday. Wedn»s day and Friday at ML I'uiw Hi. welt every Tuesday. Thursday ami Saturday at 7am. Can pasaenfters and express. K. L> Sbugart. Prop. Stage Line. l.nkt' W.iihi. Ik-i- si« E c Line Leiivenworth every Monday and Frt ihi\ :it 1;i in. Arrives at Telmu ut 4p. m i.. uv- Telaa ererj Tuesday and Saturo'uv a. vi. Arrives at Leavemtortb Ip. m Mail, pasaencen »nd express. For further particulars tddrma Joe Massie. Proprietor Hoi Tl. l-euvenwortb. Wu-h Town and County Echo Subscribers Take Notice In the next two weeks we will mail statements to delinquent subscribers. Several hundred are in arrears on the price of sub scription. For some time we have neglected this matter on account of the activities devoted to the campaign. We do not desire to stop anyone's paper. We would much prefer to have all our old friends stay with us but you know about a year ago we were notified by the post office dep...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 13 November 1908

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS As Furnished for Week Ending Nov. 7th, by the Chelan County Abstract Company A S Page to L L Teachout pt nwM seA pt 1 7 sec 35-24-18, 81500. E D Gauntt to Joanna Gauntt 1 3-4 b 39 G N plat Wen, 82000. Henry Venter to Emil Saunier n'A 1 10 b 10 Peachey ad Wen, 8275. E A King to Camille Massie 1 16-17 --18 b 1 Leavenworth, 81200. J E Shore to Camille Massie 1 16 b 1 3rd ad Leavenworth, 8650. U S to Charles E DeWitt 1 3-4 seX nw'A sw^neK sec 2-24-19. P G McGregor to Charles Tuck lots 1-2 b 12 Ralstons ad Leav, 81100. A A Spelger to Robt Turner e'A swXnwKneK sec 6-23-19 w^seX nw'Ane'A sec 6-23-19, «5500. Percy Walker to O A Leedy 1 22 b 1 Belraont ad Wen, 8300. Griggs Bassett Co to C S Miller n% 'nw'Anw'invr'A s 10-22-20, $7000. U S to heirs of W H Sater sK-nw'i nttsw'A sec 9-28-22. J H Green to Greenland Or Land Co pt swKnwK s 11-23-19, $1. C S Craig to M E Church pt sw}i ne'Asw'A sec 21-24-18. Merton Elwood to S D Griffith 1 26 b 2 Garden Home ad Wen, $600. H R A...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

Vol. 5. No. 45. RANGES »» HEATERS LARGE SHIPMENT DUE THIS WEEK Best Ranges Best Heaters Best Prices WAIT AND SEE GEO. KEATING The Hardware iVlan J. G. DEBORD Furniture and House Furnishings Axminister and Brussel Art SquaresjVt Cost A FE\V~HEATERS on hand which are to be sold the same way The most complete line of ranges and stoves in Leav enworth BUTTER WRAPPERS AT THE ECHO OFFICE ~~~ § Let Us Give ThanKs I ' When "Uncle Sam," the grand old man of the stars and stripes, takes his place at the head of your dinner S o/M^SMI table on next Thursday, to offer up thanks . for the .I blessings of the past year, have something besides tur- W^mKlW' Some of These for Instance; f JKfllf* JMsSjlffimJF' #*^E \tffl'WiifiKMk L i^L^\ Extra fancy iraP°rted lay" Fancy French mushrooms, 40c Fancy canned pumpkin,Plappy IllSi.^^^^^^^^P^ A Complete Line of 1)/Mif^^^^^p Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Ml l^^^^ftlie^ Place Your ° rder WitH Leavenworth's Best and iff? Most Modern Grocery Store THE REAL NATIONA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

tfridav Uovembcr 20 1908 PRESIDENT TO OPEN SHOW Most Interesting Event of th« Year to Apple Raisers President Roosevelt will open the national apple show to be held in Spo kane from Dec. 7th to 12th, this year. Manager H. J. Neely has received a letter from Congressman W. L. Jones, stating that the president has offered to officiate at the opening of the big exposition on Dec. 7th, and arrange ments have been made with the West ern Union Telegraph Co. to furnish a direct wire from the White House to the national apple show building. President Roosevelt has shown a marked interest in the apple show and lent his support in other ways, notably in requesting his department of agri culture to render every possible aid. Owing to the fact that he will be busy preparing for the opening of the next congress which takes place in Decem ber it will be impossible for the presi dent to attend. President Roosevelt's commission on country life which will hold several sit tings thruout the country f...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

jfriday November 20 1908 Lnirnworlk and Blewett Stage Leaves leavenwortb every Monday Wednro day and Friday at 8*». Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at "«. ' Carries passengers and express. E. D Shugart. Prop. Stage Line Lake Weuli hoc Stage Line Leaves Leavenworth every Monday anil Fri day at 8 a m. Arrives at Telma at 4p. m. Leaves Telma every Tuesday and Saturday a. m. Arrives at Leaven worth 4 pm. Mall, passengers and express. For further particulars address Joe Hassle, Proprietor Box Tl. Leaven worth. Wash Town and County Echo Subscribers Take Notice In the next two weeks we will mail statements to delinquent subscribers. Several hundred are in arrears on the price of sub scription. For some time we have neglected this matter on account of the activities devoted to the campaign. We do not desire to stop anyone's paper. We would much prefer to have all our old friends stay with us but you know about a year ago we were notified by the post office department tha...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

TRIES TO KILL HENEY RKJECTKI) Jl'KOlt ATTKMITS TO SLAY PROSECUTOR IN CX>L'RTKOOM. Morris Hmis, the Assassin. Mytcrl loudly Secures I'i-tol in Jail and < mi-. Suicide. Sun Francisco, Nov. 16. —The con dition or Francis J. Hciiey, who was kluil ami seriously wounded in the crowded courtroom by llorrii Haas, an n-eoßTiet, is making U excellent pi mi — i on tin road to recoTery. He pMMd ■ '■timfortable night, sleeping most of the lime. The ikootiag occurred during a brief reOMI i" the third trial of Abraham Kuef on the charge of bribery, which is now in Its 11th week. With uniformed policemen In the hall, half a dozen or the pro— eatlon'i ■pedal dettetlYei within a few feel, 0B« of them detailed espe cially as his bodyguard to see that no attempt was made upon his life, and several court bailiffs and at taches scattered about, the aggress ive special prosecutor was shot in sight of fli'ii persons. The bullet tired by Morris Haas at Mr. Hraa] »-is r-Miuv.'d from the. muscles of the...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

fYfdav IRovctnbcr 20 1908 NEW aftTRIC LOCOMOTIVES A Description of the New Locomotives, Their Weight and Hauling Capacity One of the four electric locomotives ordered by the Great Northern railway, will soon be here. Great interest is manifested by railway men in their ap pearance and the possibility of their displacing steam power. Thru the kindness of Mr. L. R. Alden, a repres entative of the General Electric com pany who has been here for the past two months directing the installation of the electrical machinery we are able to give a fair description of the motor as well as some of the details of the ma chine. In general appearance it resembles a large passenger coach mounted on four sets of driving wheels, all the same size, with a trolley appar atus mounted on the roof. These motors will be in the five thousand class, the first being numbered 5001. The following, taken from the General Electric Review, may be found of interest to railroad men as well as to others: "The length o...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 20 November 1908

HOUSEHOLD HINTS Spinach Omelet Make a puree of spinach in the usual way —that is to say, after having boiled it till tender chop it very fine and rub it through a coarse wire seive, season with salt and pepper, stir over the fire and add two ounces of butter and a little cream. Take two tablespoonfuls of the spinach and stir it into four eggs which have been previously beaten, yolks and whites separately. Add a little piece of shallot which has been rubbed through the seive, and salt and pepper to taste. When thoroughly mixed put the whole into an omelet pan with two ounces of butter and fry a pale brown. Serve very hot. —Bystander. Polish the Teeth To be in vogue nowadays one must have not only clean, white teeth, but teeth that shine and gleam like pearls. To produce this pretty effect peroxide of hydrogen is used. The teeth must be cleaned several times a day —on ris ing lind on going to bed and aftet each meal. After the teeth have been cleaned thoroughly with tooth powder they ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 November 1908

Vol. 5. No. 46. RANGES *» HEATERS LARGE SHIPMENT DUE THIS WEEK Best Ranges Best Heaters Best Prices WAIT AND SEE GEO. KEATING The Hardware Wan J. G. DEBORD Furniture and House Furnishings Axminister and Os@glQ iSfe-, A FEW HEATERS on hand which are to be "^—O^^jss; JsftTi The most complete line of L \ )^^£»^\ Mill' US' ranges and stoves in Leav- <£ c\t\£i> *Jk j^jT Did You Ever Think About QUALITY? Think of the Leavenworth Mercantile Co. where qual ity and price combines. Where a child can shop as well as a grown person. Quality and Price IS THE FEATURE OF THIS SUCCESS LEAVENWORTH MERCANTILE CO. I THE STORE i Watch THAT SAVES Watch Window YOU Window Displays MONEY Displays E. A. KING Commission Dealer . . . Flour and Feed Wood and Coal May and Grain Lime and Cement We can save you money if you order your winter supply of wood or coal now Opp. Tumwater Bank Cor. Ninth and Front Sts. ZTbe Xeavenvvortb £cbo Leaven worth, Wash., Friday, November 27, 1908. Own Your Home M. R PEAKE ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 November 1908

Cbe Ueavenwortb i£cbo* 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-- \ii resolutions ol oondolenee, eardi ol thanks, ces ol entertainments when an admission fee is obarged and tin 1 object la to raise money, or noticei of any kind Intended to promote buatneai of MJ kind whatever, mini be paid tor at regular advertising ratei when printed la The Bono. When this paper li asked to ini»h some scheme where the object i- to jet money from the public then the "-■ of ii- apace must be paid lor, p r ntiM-iiiiiiini'iit of ■ moral or beneficial nature, or any movement with the object of promoting Ihe welfare and prosperity or the eammnnttj "- ■ Whole will be given t lie free use of it- columns, No deviation «iii i>o made from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 November 1908

jfriday IRovember 27 1908 FARMERS' WINTER COURSE Interesting Winter Course at the State College, Pullman The short winter course for farmers at the State College will commence on January Sth this winter, and continue for ten weeks. The work is planned out to cover the four leading lines of agriculture: horticulture, animal pro duction, dairying, and agronomy (soil management and crop production), and lectures in these various lines will be given by specialists who not only understand the theory of production, but who are actually engaged in the several branches of farming and fruit growing. The class work will consist of reci tations and lectures with lessons as signed in text books, and of library work. There will be discussions of budding, pruning, grafting, the selec tion of livestock, the testing of milk, the use of cream separators, churning, making butter and cheese; studies of the physical properties of soil; studies relative to the qualities of grain; lessons to teach the st...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 27 November 1908

FORM FEDERATION grkat BODY nEPnESRimxa OVER 500,000 RAILROAD EMI'IiOVES. Organization to Up Known as Rail- Mii Employes' Department of the American Federation. Denver, Nov. 23. —It has been an nounced to the convention of the American Federation of Labor that there was born in Denver Saturday a powerful railway employes' organi zation to be known ns the Railway Employes' Department of the Ameri can Federation, with ten affiliated organizations as members. The ob ject is to bring about a closer union of all railroad employes and to seek to affiliate all railroad organizations with the Federation of Labor. The first convention is to be held in Denver and over 500,000 employes will be represented by the officers of their organizations, which are as fol lows: Order of Railroad Telegraphers, Brotherhood of Boilermaker? & Iron Shipbuilders of America, Internation al Freighthandlers' Union, interna tional Association of Machinists, In ternational Association of Cat-work era, Internatio...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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