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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 May 1910

f THE LOCAL NEWS j C. G. Wreath, telegrapher for the press on the Pepoon case, has been in town this week. Mr. Wreath is well known in Colville, having been in the employ of the Inland Telephone and Telegraph Co. here some years ago. John Bresnahan and A.T. Hor ton own the entire busines for merly conducted by Louis Droz. Dan Droz will stay with the new company for some time. U. S. Weather Observer W. L. Sax makes the following report for April: Maximum tempera ture 92 on the 25th, minimum 25 on the 30th, average for the month 52. Precipitation .48 os an inch. Clear days 12, part cloudy 4, cloudy 14. Mrs. L. B. Harvey is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Goakey on the Columbia river. The members of the Colville Improvement Club met last Tues day afternoon at the residence of Mrs. L. M. Peck. The club will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Jesseph, at the home of Mrs. Bliss Phillips. The Colville Piano House will move from their present location to the Bank of Colville annex, formall...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 May 1910

Ef I PLOWS If you need a plow or harrow, we can save you some money. 14-inch cast plow with extra share $11.50 16-inch cast plow with extra share's 13.50 Harrows, cultivators, and garden tools of all kinds. A complete line of garden hose, nozzles, and sprinklers. The R. E. Lee Co. Comer of Main and Still Street* Coi.ville. Wash. INCORPORATED LIME PLASTER CEMENT COAST SHINGLES DOORS WINDOWS MOULDINGS BUILDERS' HARDWARE Stannus-Keller Hardware Co. Hardware store Cement Door Windows Shingles Mouldings Paints and Oils /^O/\ RfSOLVED C^£- L^O^OU NEED NOT GO BARE <L^/ >^7^ HEADED; V/E" HAVESOAIANY li rMJ A MAIN/15 FIRST JUDGED m, )4kL not by what is in his |m |'£^w\ head Bur by what is DOEJ NOT YOUR. HEAD FEEL HOT IN THE OLD HAT YOU ARE WEAR.ING? WHY NOT PUT ON A CLEAN, COOL, .SWELL JTRAW HAT? THE HEAD \6 THE CENTER OF ALL FEELIN6 AND UNLEJ.S YOUR HEAD FEEL S GOOD YOU CANNOT FEEL GOOD. WE CAN MAKE THE HEAD-S OF MEN, BOY.S AND CHILDREN FEEL CoMFORT- A&LE FOR A LOW PRICE KH.VORDYC...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 May 1910

The Bank of Colville In soliciting the business of the people of Stevens county calls attention to its NINETEEN YEARS of successful service to its depositors, and its large resources of over a HALFiMILLION DOLLARS Open Your Bank Account With the "OLD RELIABLE" Four per cent interest paid on time deposits Organized 1891. Capital $100,000 C. W. Winter, Pres. T. A. Winter, Vice Pres. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asst. Cash. i THE LOCAL NEWS I Miss Stella Dingle returned home Tuesday, after a two months'- visit with friends in Spokane. The Cracker jacks defeated the Red School last Sunday with a score of 6 to 16, this being the deciding game of the series. The batteries were: Cracker jacks, Ayers and Droz; Red School, Summerlot and Underwood. Ed St. Clair of Arden started Sunday with his family for the Frazier river, B. C. They expect to spend four weeks in making this overland trip. It is the in tention of Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair to look over the Frazier river country with a view o...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 May 1910

Page 6 Bargains in Building Material I am now buying all building material by the carload, and am in a position to offer you better material at lower prices than you can get in any other man ner. If this interests you come and see Carload of Shingles Extra Star A Star from the coast Sash and Doors Admitted to be the best quality ever brought to Colville Another Carload of Plaster And you can't beat the prices anywhere on the coast Everything else in building material N. D. BRUCE Colville Lumber Yard. Office at Paint and Paper Store cist MAY SALE Extra Specials for SATURDAY to test the selling capacity of BARMAN'S These extraordinary bargains are taken from every part of the store. Barman's has it for less price, and prices cut beyond recognition in order to test the selling capacity of the store. It will pay you and your friends to attend this special Saturday Sale Men's Trousers $1 and $1.25 cotton pants *7ftr* Saturday special * OL* Men's Hand-Tailored all-wool Suits Regular value...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 May 1910

H^nUc \^to# ''TaHaaaaßaaaaaa^BaaEji tH PAY DAY What Does It Mean to YOU? No matter what your position may be, whether day laborer or office worker, if you ure in that discouraged line of men who get the same pittance week after week without prospect of anything better, it is time you appealed to the International Corre spondence Schools. For 15 years they have been qualifying dissatisfied workers for better positions and higher salaries. No matter what your circumstances are, they will qualify YOU for a better position, a higher salary, and a safe future. The way is plain, easy, and sure for earnest men. It puts you under no obligation to find out how we can help you. Simply mark and mail the coupon below. Can you afford to neglect an opportunity for advancement f • International Correspondence Schools • •» Box 1761. Spokane, Wash. ■ • ': 'Please send free your booklet "1001 Stories of * J "Success" and explain, without further obli-' ' Ration on my part, how I can qualify for a' ' ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 May 1910

Pa«« 8 Here Is Your Opportunity to A Genuine Save Dollars Actual Savings MoneY Savinff n de Pen(*ab'e merchandise of the highest character Jjj Dependable r wnf A true and sincere mark-down sale, for Volume Veni TEN DAYS ONLY VaiUCS KASPERS SINCERITY SALE CLOTHING, SHOES, FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS COMMENCED THURSDAY, MAY 12 And Positively Ends Saturday Night, May 21 A/f^v«»^ r^imlckitt/vo This year of all years, there is little need of a clearance sale in our store. We have no "I7V»«w CLu«Llb -~~ T»«_ . Men S r UrniSningS old stock to get rid of. The goods we have are fresh, new goods, bought when the market was V cry dpeCial Items 1 hat _. i t& j J • lower than it is today and are really worth more than our regular prices. Never in our history £„ tj t ■« JjlUCerelV JveUllCeCl in has our stock been in as good condition. This is because we have carefully watched our buying iSllOUlu Interest YOU J and have bought only those goods which were most desirable. Price Ami so we say th...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 134 raW Graduation Gifts All sorts of dainty and useful presents for the school graduates, both boys and girls. Our line is complete and the prices reasonable. B. G. RICH First Class Turnouts. Commercial driving a specialty MODEL STABLES C. E. Twitchell Phone 77 South of Proprietor Hotel Colville Do You Know the power that is cheapest for you to use is electricity? Cheaper, cleaner and safer than gasoline or steam. If you are using power or contemplating using any, call on us and let us show you the many advantages of electricity. Stevens County Power & Light Co. Columbia Stables JOHN W.WALSH. Prop. Fine Teams and Turnouts Horses Boarded Livery and Feed Stable PRICES RIGHT First Class Teams, Rigs and Saddle Horses to Let by the Hour or Day O. K. STABLE J. M. DUPUIS Opposite Courthouse Proprietor CALLING CARDS The Examiner Furnishes the Right Kind J. C. HEANEY SHOE REPAIRING Satisfaction Guaranteed. Old Rubbers Bought at 2J to 3c. Shop a...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

Page 2 p4y) "Mr.Swell-Dresser, j\ hers's shirl. "Swell ©re3»er* V»fR. SWELL WRESSEH: WHAT A, LOT OF COMFOHT A.fiT> SA.TISFJI.C- TlOff THEH.E IS 1/f GOO-D SJVUG. FOHM-FITTIJVG t/Sf'DE'RWEA.'R. HOSIE-RV A.JVI> SUTTOItTR'RS — THj\ T. I-A. M-A.L TOGE THE USA. TISFIE 2> FEELIfiC. OVRATi VA MCE SfXIJVG STifLES HA YE AtfRIV ED. TATTEK/tS AHE ATTRACTIVE. T7UCES A-RE -RIGHT. GET I/fTO THEM. ACORN BROS. The Moving Picture Show Admission 10c Opera house every evening, commencing at 7:30. Change of program every other night Nothing but the best goes */} I •■■ (& i No more long credits at here * iflPir%r\llMlJP \P/IflPf*i the Leader At the same price or lower than other %oj\ |V V>ViV |||% d^AAMwI I Sto P Pa^inS the hi 8h Prices the lon S stores in this town get for cheap stuff. j D MILLSPAUGH mgr^^^ inc.J credit stores charge you in order to 16 busy clerks in our store to attend £Sg9N&U&9^9^*mW9lW^9lMi9m9mimmw*t^W play even on the man that^uys goods to your wants. and nev...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

OUR WAY of doing laundering suits our customers and we're going to keep right along do ing our way, because its the right way. THE WAY TO LAUNDER IS TO LAUNDER RIGHT That's what this laundry always has done, and will continue to keep on doing. Try us and be satisfied; already you've lost something by not laundering here. Colville Steam Laundry For a Good 25c MEAL Go to the New Restaurant Our Regular Sunday CHICKEN DINNER 25 CENTS Fir^l door north of Fir& National Bank Mrs. C. R. Foust, prop. FRANK B. GOETTER S^^aiSßßiS^^^ DRUGGIST ijw is3Bp AND v :^H the ■Ljl LEADING ?^«pH DRUGSTORE fc^-J M f^. OF THE I IHI BOUNTY jl£*~J_ i COLVILLE WASH. J. C. HEANEY Shoe Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Will buy old rubbbers at 2\ to 3c a pound Shop at D. Laury's Drayage Furniture Moving General Transfer Work Warehouse Room for Storage Purpose Colville Truck & Dray Line Wright & Company Proprietors KILLTHECOUGH andCUREtheIUNCS wtthDR.KIMC'S NEWDISCOVERY pnof OUCHS Ciolo^anoo AND AIITH...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

<*#§*■« PLOWS If you need a plow or *haraow, we can save you some money. 14-inch cast plow with extra share $11.50 16-inch cast plow with extra share $13.50 Harrows, cultivators, and garden tools of all kinds. A complete line of garden hose, nozzles, and sprinklers. The R. E. Lee Co. Comer of KUm ud Still Street* Colville. Wash. INCORPORATED LIME PLASTER CEMENT COAST SHINGLES DOORS WINDOWS MOULDINGS BUILDERS' HARDWARE Stannus-Keller Hardware Co. The Hardware store- Cement Door Windows Shingles Mouldings Paints and Oils "RESOLVED THAT YOU /V\Y HAVE THE: ni*E5T CLOTHES itiTuiS WORLD BUTITTHEYDONT /T^ FIT, You WILL NOT gj**^ Look Well. /\oral M-/ rO.-< ■:• -* //- -■ ■ . **ianzjr c crraKMT it »r t^ »j»tx* imw»# "» CMicaco THE ONLY REAL WAY To GET A -SUIT OR. OVERCOAT THAT WILL TIT IJ TO COME AND GET YOUR MEASURE TAKEN. "HAND-ME DOWNJ" ARE MADE So THAT THE .SLEEVED AND TROU^ERJ CAN 5E .SHORTENED. WHEN CLOTHEJ ARE CUT orr, THEY DON'T LOOK AS WELL AS ir THEY WERE MADE To YOUR OR DER ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

The Bank of Colville In soliciting the business of the people of Stevens county calls attention to its NINETEEN YEARS of successful service to its depositors, and its large resources of over a HALF MILLION DOLLARS Open Your Bank Account With the "OLD RELIABLE" Four per cent interest paid on time deposits Organized 1891. Capital $100,000 C. W. Winter, Pres. T. A. Winter, Vice Prea. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asst. Cash. I THE LOCAL NEWS I Edgar Dupuis had his arm badly broken last Sunday while playing ball, and was taken to the Colville Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Keller are camping at the Pend Oreille lakes where they expect to re main for some weeks. C. Gardner of Spokane has been in Colville for several days, soliciting subscriptions for The Inland Herald. The Yama Yama club gave its farewell dance of the season at the rink Thursday evening. The wife and family of Guy Montgomery, well known in Col ville, who have been living in Tacoma for the last two years, returned Tue...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

Page 6 ! COUNTY NEWS I A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Arthur E. Hall and Miss Mabel Nance, both of Che welah. Newport's new street lighting system was turned on the first time last week. The old street system will be torn down. The Northern Idaho and Montana Power Company made this im provement at a cost exceeding $5000. Eight arcs of a new type and 26 tungsten incandescents give Newport illumination. It is announced that Marcus will celebrate the Fourth, and the Messenger states that the Woodmen will have charge of the festivities. There are now 72 postofnces in Stevens county. Ten years ago there were less than half that number. Ex-County Commissioner T. E. Irish received a telegram on Tuesday announcing the death of his father, at Colchester, Ills. The deceased was a prosperous Illinois farmer, having settled on some of the lands he now owns over a half century ago. . But for the past 16 years Mr. S Irish has spent the greater part of his time in traveling, having visit...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

PAY DAY What Does It Mean to YOU? No matter what your position may be, whether day laborer or office worker, if you are in that discouraged line of men who get the same pittance week after week without prospect of anything better, it is time you appealed to the International Corre spondence Schools. For 15 years they have been qualifying dissatisfied workers for better positions and higher salaries. No matter what your circumstances are, they will qualify YOU for a belter position, a higher salary, and a safe future. The way is plain, easy, and sure for earnest men. It puts you under no obligation to find out now we can help you. Simply mark and mail the coupon below, (mi you afford to neglect an opportunity for advancement t \ International Correspondence Schools • * Box 1761. Spokane, Wash. * J 'Please send free your booklet "1001 Stories of" *Succeas"and explain, without further obli- r> gation on my part, how I can qualify for a' * ''larger aalary in the position before which...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 May 1910

p*t»« TTSTOMEN who compare muslin undergarments offered in this sale with those exploited elsewhere in a more or less half-hearted manner, will understand the reason for this success. Next Monday and Tuesday offerings of Nightgowns, Drawers, Skirts and chemise exemplify these reasons. Note the full ample dimen sions of the garments. We don't resort to the usual course of skimping on mater ials to make low prices. Embroideries and laces are in fresh, new, beautiful pat terns; the muslins, cambrics and nainsooks are soft and fine; the workmanship is careful and tasteful. Competent judges would assign a value of one-third more to each piece. And just look at our assortment and window display 50c nightgowns, muslin 39c 2.50 nainsook nightgowns 1.95 2.45 muslin skirts 1.85 25c white corset covers 17c 60c nightgowns, muslin 48c 3.00 nainsook nightgowns 2.19 35c muslin drawers 23c 35c white corset covers 23c 75c nightgowns, muslin 58c 3.50 nainsook nightgowns 2.69 50c muslin drawers 38c 50...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 28 May 1910

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 135 Graduation Gifts All sorts of dainty and useful presents for the school graduates, both boys and girls. Our line is complete and the prices reasonable. B. G. RICH First Class Turnouts. Commercial driving a specialty MODEL STABLES C. E. Twitchell Phone 77 South of Proprietor Hotel Colville Do You Know . the power that » cheapest for you to use is electricity? Cheaper, cleaner and safer than gasoline or steam. If you are using power or contemplating using any, call on us and let us show you the many advantages of electricity. Stevens County Power & Light Co. Columbia Stables JOHN W.WALSH. Prop. Fine Teams and Turnouts Horses Boarded Livery and Feed Stable PRICES RIGHT First-Class Team*. Riga and Saddle Horses to Let by the Hour or Day O. K. STABLE J. M. DUPUIS Opposite Courthouse Proprietor CALLING CARDS The Examiner Furnishes the Right Kind J. C. HEANEY SHOE REPAIRING Satisfaction Guaranteed. Old Rubbers Bought at 24 to 3c. Shop at D...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 28 May 1910

Page 2 r%} "Mr. Swell Dresser, ~VA here's shirt. "Swell ©resser" M-R. SWELL DTtESSE'R: WHAT A LOT OF COMFOUT A./fD Sj\.TISFA.C TIOJ4 THE.'RE. IS IM GOOD S/fUG. FOTtM-FITTI/fC USfDEHWEym. HOSIETty AM) Sl/I»TOHTEHS — THj\ T. M-A.M-ALTOGETHE "R-J"A TiSFIET» FEELI/fG. OWR A.T>VA.WCE SYIUMG ST&LES HA.YE ATfRIV ETt. rA.TTEtt.MS A "RE ATTRACTIVE. VRICES AHE "RIGHT. GET I/4TO THEM. ACORN BROS. The Moving Picture Show Admission 10c Opera house every evening, commencing at 7:30. Change of program every other night Own a Lot in the National Capital This rare opportunity for a grand investmemt awaits you Fortune does knock at our door sometimes, and we could grasp it if we would only use good judgment and back it up with none failing confidence. These lots are situated close within the lim its of the City of Washington, D. C. How Did This Happen Why because this land was owned by heirs to the estate, but was held by a long term of lease given many years ago. This lease has now expired an...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 28 May 1910

I COUNTY NEWS I Indians are rounding up their horses on the Spokane reserva tion, preparatory to the coming of the white settlers, who were suc cessful in Uncle Sam's lottery for homesteads, last August. Among the horses correlled dur ing the last few days are many with several brands unknown on the reserve; also a lot of maver icks, which will be branded and taken by the redmen unless the owners appear before the close of the roundup and claim their stock. It is believed the animals strayed from pastures in Ferry, Stevens and adjoining counties on the border. The roundup is a month earlier than usual and the horses are not in the best of con dition. However, the bidding by dealers from Spokane and other points is brisk and this competi tion will result in the Indians receiving good prices for their cayuses. Captain John McA. Webster, Indian agent on the reserve, says the Indians have plenty of money, $850,000 being disbursed among them by the Indians department during the last five...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 28 May 1910

PAGE 4 PLOWS If you need a plow or harrow, we can save you some money. 14-inch cast plow with extra share $11.50 16-inch cast plow with extra share $13.50 Harrows, cultivators, and garden tools of all kinds. A complete line of garden hose, nozzles, and sprinklers. The R. E. Lee Co. Comer of Main and Still Streets Colville. Wash. INCORPORATED LIME CEMENT PLASTER BUILDING PAPER PUGET SOUND SHINGLES DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDINGS HAMMOCKS GARDEN HOSE LAWN MOWERS Stannus-Keller Hardware Co. The Hardware store- Cement Door Windows Shingles Mouldings Paints and Oils PETSOLVETD THE MORE YOU WASH Jj> THe: BEJT V/ASHABLES THE BETTER THEr LOOK jiPw^ THE MORE \OU WEAR T«E fp£/ BEST WASMABLBS THE /M^\ BETTER >by LOOK Itnuin mi imiimiiwini ««n«i> mmv jane w«>hi» if WHEN THERE \S So MUCH DUJT FLYING IN THE AIR, ARE NOT WAJH GOOD-S THE MO-ST DE SIRABLE MATERIALS FROM WHICH YOU CAN MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESSES? YOU KNOW IT IS A VERY COMFORTABLE FEELING To GET INTO A FRESH, CRISP, NEWLY IRoNEDDRE...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 28 May 1910

The Bank of Colville In soliciting the business of the people of Stevens county calls attention to its NINETEEN YEARS of successful service to its depositors, and its large resources of over a HALF MILLION DOLLARS Open Your Bank Account With the) "OLD RELIABLE" Four per cent interest paid on time deposits Organized 1891. Capital $100,000 C. W. Winter, Pres. T. A. Winter, Vice Prep. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asat. Cash. J THE LOCAL NEWS I S. L. Seagraves, living three miles west of Colville, brought in another 2-year-old brown bear Thursday. This was the second one he had trapped within a week. He states that there are more in the vicinity. Eber J. Kelly of Kettle Falls was in town on business Wed nesday. Miss Lynn Mayer is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B. Dingle. J. C. Read was up from his home near Hunters this week. He has been a resident of this county more than 30 years, com ing when Stevens county cover ed all of Spokane, Lincoln, Douglas, Okanogan and the present Steven...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 28 May 1910

i%Uft* I THE LOCAL NEWS I Memorial Services Members of J. M. Corse Post and the W. R. C. will meet at the corner of the Colville Drug Store on Memorial Sunday, to morrow, at 2:30 p.m., and march in a body to the Baptist church, where memorial services will be held at 3 o'clock. On Memorial day, Monday, members of the post and corps will meet at the garage of Young & Diffenbacher on Sophia street at 2 p. m., where autos will be furnished to take them to the cemeteries. Program at cemetery: Song, "America;" memorial service by post, scattering flowers by 12 little girls, song, address by F. Leo Grinstead, decoration of graves. List of soldiers of Civil war buried in Greenwood and High land cemeteries: Greenwood—Wm. Day, Henry Lafferty, Samuel Chamberlain, Enoch Reynolds, Austin Prouty, George Williams, A. G. Queener, W. F. Hartman, James Moore, Henry Kyme, John Kinsly, William Aldridge, Wm. S. Cagle (confederate veteran). Highland-George O. Platt. The $5,000 summer residence of Ja...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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