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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 24 September 1910

The Vote at the Primary Election Sep. 13 OFFICE REPUBLICAN, 1892 DEMOCRATIC, 499 SOCIALIST, 192 United States Senator John L. Wilson, Seattle Geo. F. Cotterill, Seattle 246 Thomas Burke, Seattle 244 Patrick S. Byrne, Spokane 174 James M. Ashton, Tacoma 129 John E. Humphries, Seattle 29 Leigh R. Freeman, Seattle 31 Schuyler Duryea, Everett 10 Frank Pierce, Seattle 35 Miles Poindexter, Spokane 1264 Cong. 3d Dint. 2d144 Seabury Merritt, Spokane 342 H. D. Merritt, Spokane 224 180 S. A. Mann, Spokane 243 Orris Dorman, Spokane 202 154 Chas. H. Braden, Spokane 156 139 A. E. Veatch, Colville 470 253 Wm.L.LaFollette, Pullman 670 State Senator I R. A. Thayer, Colville 609 Chris McDoneH, Echo 403 Lee A. Bilderback, Yocum 173 A. W. Anderson, Addy 1137 Representative Henry R. Spedden.Colville 1181 F. P. Watters, Harvey 318 James Chase, Colville 173 S. J. Appleman, Newport 936 D. J. Burk, Colville 349 J. Z. Bettancourt, lone 359 Sheriff W. D. Bell, Colville 257 C. A. Ledgerwood,Colville 275 G. O....

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 24 September 1910

Page 10 § THE LOCAL NEWS I HOW HE WORKED IT Some startling irregularities in tlie printing of the county prim ary election ballots wen discover ed Wednesday, when an exami nation of the ballots of several precincts disclosed the fact that either intentionally or for some other reason the law was not fol lowed in respect to tho position of candidates' names on ballots. T?ie law requires the names of candidate*) for each office to be alternated when several candi dates are contesting for the same office, and that each name ap pear an equal number of times at the top of the list of candi dates for each office, so that no advantage may be given any one man b]y having IlLs name at the NOTICE OF SALE OF KKAL PItOI'EKTY In the superior court of the slate of Washing ton, in and for the county of Spokane, probate branch. In the matter of the estate uf J. W. McDonald, deceased. By virtue of an order of sale entered in the above entitled proceeding on the 17th day of Sep tember, 1910. notice i...

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. — 1 October 1910

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 153 A Reliable Watch Makes a Useful Gift Our watches for ladies are objects of utility and art as well. We have dainty timepieces with beautifully engraved cases, or plain cases if you prefer—all standard makes of works. Long gold chains, watch fobs and chatelaine pins to match. All prices reasonable. B. G. RICH 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 Go. Ihave purchased the Colville Sewing Machine and Phonograph Company stock of machines, records, school supplies, etc., and will conduct the business at the old stand, in the Bank of Colville building. D. LAURY Livery and Feed Stable PRICES RIGHT Fint-Clau Teams. Rig* and Saddle Hones to Let by the Hour or Day O. K. STABLE J. M. DUPUIS Opposite Courthouse Propriet...

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. — 1 October 1910

Pa«e 2 Men's Felt I ~^Z Our famous "Cordon" Hat, j^ *m in new black, brown and IT **m gray soft styles, and black in ./\t^k new stiff. The price of a \ I^^^h^ "Gordon" Hat is always YXjlB^S $3 vEi/—« You should see our Cluett Shirts in the very latest styles and colors nppH IVIGH S X 3,11 jmg/ <^^^^^^ All the newest models in women's and men's shoes are now in stock, livery pair flßl^r °* shoes we sell are fully ACORN BROS. The Moving Picutre Show Opera house every evening, commencing at 7:30. Change of program every other night -===-,in I ill $$ulrx /fa fwlml^fe c nave t0 o^eryou*e most satisfactoiy ===-:'' II .^Mi"'P\^Mfy\M^^L£ Wood Heater ever produced— Coj£ Original "WH|»wfiSi. Air-Tight w°°d st°ve :::;:5S %>-V \ Hll \nS r' WW**~ } This is me original air-tight wood stove. -••_;• j lll^\/V^V\\\\iM' 1 cf For over 15 years it has been the largest seller, •■"" '"^H- s^v^^ M^-W,w\ V II the most Batisfactory and the only stay satisfac ..■•'■ ',■■■■■; [jffl^ :>V^^pfllpfP^'' W...

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. — 1 October 1910

The Ballot Mixup Excitement over the discovery of irregularities in the position of candidates' names on the primary election ballots crystal lized into a public meeting called at the auditor's office last week Friday evening by A. E. Veatch, manager of the printing concern which printed and prepared the ballots for distribution. Bills headed "Indignation Meeting" were distributed on the streets last week Friday an nouncing that Veatch would speak at 7:30. Twenty-eight persons were present. The meet ing was called to order by Veatch, who explained that the newspaper reports of the ballot discrepancies were erroneous and were doing him and the county auditor an injustice. The articles read were those which appeared in the Spokane papers stating that in ballots ex amined certain men were given the top of the list in half the ballots. County Auditor Jesseph was not at the meeting, to which fact Veatch took exception, stating in words to the effect that he should have been there and tha...

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. — 1 October 1910

rif»4 Fruit Jars The famous new Mason wide-mouth kind—the be& made Pint jars 85c dozen, quart $1.10, two-quart jars $1.40 HAMMOCKS A bargain at 15% off. See them The R. E. Lee Co. Corner of Main and Still Streets Colville. Wash. FOR SALE As my business requires my attention in other portions of the state I have concluded to dispose of my entire holdings in and around Colville. My holdings consist of the following property: 40 acres in section 10; 27 acres in section 15; 6 acres in section 9 My residence on Hofstetter Hill, including furniture. A lot on Main street adjoining Hotel Colville on the north. Lot 6 in block 37 Meyers addition. An undivided half interest in the post office building. 80 acres of hay land immediately west of corporate limits. For prices and terms on above tt ttt O*ll property call on or write M Y/V V| l^p G. ¥. IDE of Colville. ■■• *• "▼ • CJIUVC Heating Stoves We have the biggest line of heaters ever shown in town. Airtights from $2 up; Box Stoves from $...

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. — 1 October 1910

We extend to you a personal invitation to become a depositor in The Old Reliable We shall be glad to place at your service every facility that a careful, conservative bank may offer either in the form of a commercial account subject to check, or a savings account paying 4% Interest Bank of Colville Organized 1891. Capital $100,000 C. W. Winter, Prea. T. A. Winter, Vice Preu. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asat. Cash. j THE LOCAL NEWS i Fred St Peter and Ruth A. Fry were joined in marriage on Wednesday, Sept 28, at 11 a. m., at the courthouse, by the Rev. G. H. Wilbur of the Congrega tional church. The bowling alley reopened last Saturday and now can be heard the rumbling of balls and the clanking of pins that sometimes have a tendency to relieve the monotony of solitude. Evidently possessed of the idea that the local option law was in stituted here for the purpose of using, the Examiner's foreman took advantage of the law's pro visions and proceeded to fill him self up on drug st...

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. — 1 October 1910

Page 6 »■ ■^_» ** "^__ »♦ *t "^__ i* § THE LOCAL NEWS I »•—^_.«» t^_» «»«^__ ** *^__ «1 Mrs. H. M. McCauley was in Spokane yesterday. Bob Lacey was a Colville vis itor this week. He is now at Evans, after an absence of more than a year. The three ball games this week between the Hazelwood pennant winners of Spokane and the Col ville team drew large crowds. Colville won the last of the three games. Hazelwood made six home rums in the series. F. M. Crofoot was up from Spokane this week. The following letters remain in the Colville post office uncalled for. Please say "advertised" when calling for same. Alice Barks, Mrs. C. K. Barmon, Mrs. J. E. Ford, Hattie E. Gillepsee, Lester Harris, S. P. Hurd, Robt. Kohl, Albert Hughs, Jake Miller, Mrs. Chas. Miller, W. E. Noble, Frank C. O'Neill, Mrs. J. D. Owen, Henry Phipps, Pat Rielly, Thomas Rose, Mrs. A. B. Smith, James Stewart. Jesse Glasgo of Addy died of appendicitis at the Colville Sani tarium Wednesday. A brother of the deceased died at...

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. — 1 October 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 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 t » International Correspondence Schools • * Box 1761, Spokane, Wa f h V * 'Please send free your booklet "1001 Stories of ' ' 'Success" and explain, without farther obli-' ' * 'sation on my part, how I can qualify for a* ' 'larger salary in the position before...

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. — 1 October 1910

Page 8 [AUCTION SALE II § I will offer for sale the following property at my home 2\ miles southeast of Marcus § WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, IMP TWENTY ACRES Sixty peach trees; 610 apple trees, Jonathan, Rome Beauty and Spitzenberg, commenced bearing this year. 5 Four acres of timber, blackberries and dewberries. Fine black loam. 9 FORTY ACRES One-half tillable. Five acres in cultivation. 140 peach trees, 50 apple trees, one acre alfalfa, 20 acres 2 timber. Fine black loam. 2 TWENTY ACRES 125 peach trees; 200 apple, pear, prune and cherry trees, one-half in bearing; 25 apricots. Two acres m alfalfa, one acre red and black raspberries, 500 grapes. Some timothy and jtimber. Frame dwelling, £ seven rooms, two halls, porch, cellar, wood house, poultry house, two good wells and barn. All in 2 first-class condition. Fine soil. 9 2 work horses Oliver chill plow Fine milch cow 9 Steel harrow Garden seeder and tools Carrots 9 Horse hoe Spring wagon Mangles 9 Spray Set of springs Corn and fodder 9 2 ...

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. — 8 October 1910

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 154 A Reliable Watch Makes a Useful Gift Our watches for ladies are objects of utility and art as well. We have dainty timepieces with beautifully engraved cases, or plain cases if you prefer—all standard makes of works. Long gold chains, watch fobs and chatelaine pins to match. All prices reasonable. B. G. RICH 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 aid let us show you the many advantages of electricity. Stevens County Power & Light Co. I have purchased the Colville Sewing Machine and Phonograph Company stock of machines, records, school supplies, etc., and will conduct the business at the old stand, in the Bank of Colville building. D. LAURY Some Baths ssv^sr si !■■__«• get out of order. fiHßMßL^aß^fefe^^^gl but we work on ||HLvPHtfYv£ and keep them in good condition. KMH M sssL—». Every kind ...

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. — 8 October 1910

Page 2 SAMPLE BLANKET SALE About 1000 Pairs of Sample Blankets which we bought at a greatly reduced price from the H. B. Chaflin Co., New York. This will be the greatest blanket sale you ever attended, and will give you an opportunity to buy your supply of blankets at wholesale prices. They will be closed out at actual wholesale cost. Prices range from 25c to $8.95. Sale Will Commence Monday, October 10, and Continue Until Wednesday, October 12 In addition to the sample blanket sale, we will also have our regular stock of cotton and wool blankets on sale. From our regular stock we quote you prices below: 8-4 cotton blankets; white, tan and gray; sale price 38c $4.50 gray wool blanket, 10-4; sale price $3.95 75c regular 9-4 cotton blankets, tan and gray; sale price 62c $5.50 gray wool blanket, 11-4; sale price $4.75 90c regular 10-4 cotton blankets, tan and gray; sale price 69c $6.00 special wool blanket; sale price $4.95 $1.25 regular 11-4 cotton blankets, tan and gray; sale price 9...

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. — 8 October 1910

Stevens County Wins Big Prizes At the dry farming congress in Spokane this week Stevens county won record prize for best county display among about 40 competitors. Now will you wake up and realize that Stevens county is on the move, and that the federation of commercial clubs is getting results? On plate displays of apples, Stevens county secured 17 first prizes, 11 second prizes, 2 third prizes, among the hundreds of displays entered in the contests. I THE LOCAL NEWS j George Mod jad of Northport was commited to the state hos pital for the insane on Monday. A baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Underwood of South Basin last Sunday. A. V. Shepler, mayor of the city of Chewelah, was in Colville on business relative to the official affairs of his home town. ' 'Christ's Geography and Math ematics" is the theme that will be discussed at the Christian church next Sunday. The sub ject for evening will be "What Think Ye of Christ? Whose Son Is He?" L. B. Harris will speak at both ...

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. — 8 October 1910

Page 4 Fruit Jars The famous new Mason wide-mouth kind—the be^l made Pint jars 85c dozen, quart $1.10, two-quart jars $1.40 HAMMOCKS A bargain at 15% off. See them The R. E. Lee Co. Corner of Main and Still Streets CoLVILLE, Wash. FOR S4LE As my business requires my attention in other portions of the state I have concluded to dispose of my entire holdings in and around Colville. My holdings consist of the following property: 40 acres in section 10; 27 acres in section 15; 6 acres in section 9 My residence on Hofstetter Hill, including furniture. A lot on Main street adjoining Hotel Colville on the north. Lot 6 in block 37 Meyers addition. An undivided half interest in the post office building. 80 acres of hay land immediately west of corporate limits. For prices and terms on above TJ" "\TE T O *\\ property call on or write H wV .^^l I mT& G. B. IDE of Colville. X ■■■• ▼▼• UIIIVC Heating Stoves We have the biggest line of heaters ever shown in town. Airtights from $2 up; Box Stov...

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. — 8 October 1910

We extend to you a personal invitation to become a depositor in The Old Reliable We shall be glad to place at your service every facility that a careful, conservative bank may offer either in the form of a commercial account subject to check, or a savings account pitying 4% Interest Bank of Colville Organized 1891. Capital $100,000 C. W. Winter, Prea. T. A. Winter, Vice Pres. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asat. Cash. Attorneys. Douglas returned Wednesday from a week's stay in Spokane. Mrs. Coral Barham, Andro Konnerth, and the Misses Dora E. Snider, Vinnie Leighton and Mary Deal were initiated into the mysteries of the Rebekah lodge last Monday evening. Mrs. Chas. Embury and nephew Charlie McKenzie were Spokane guests several days this week. Attorney John S. Anderson ex pects to leave with his family for Los Angeles; Cal., in about two weeks, where they will remain during the winter season, Mr. Anderson's health demanding the change at this time. George H. Wisner is building a $...

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. — 8 October 1910

Page 6 BOWSER IS TAMED Enraged at Mrs. Bowser's Loss of Pin Money. HE HAD DREAMED SHE WOULD Goes to the Park to Think— While Acting as Referee In a Fight Loses Wallet and Watch — Where Mrs. Bowser Got Even. By M. QUAD. Press.] IF Mr. Bowsei really was the thoiiprHfiil and obunraot man he claims to be ho would have noticed a nervouaneil nbout Mrs. Bowser at the dinner table the other eveniiiK nml asked tlie cause of it. She ■was perturbed and distraught and sev eral times started out to say something, but checked licrself. He noticed noth ing, however, but when dinner was over lighted his cigar and presented a picture of complacency. Mrs. Bowser spoko of the wedther three different times within five minutes and then finally said: "Mr. Bowser, I have a confession to make to yon, and I want to make It and have it off my mind." "Have you given away my Sunday suit again to another tramp?" he sternly demanded ns he sat up and took notice. "No, dear." "Did you take the nas bill money to bu...

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. — 8 October 1910

Bw^^Bar^Wcjsafl bbE^9 i 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 IS 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 r • International Correspondence Schools • • Box 1761, Spokane, Wash, < • ' 'rieasu send free your booklet "1001 Stories of ' Success" and explain, without further obli gation on my part, how I can qualify for a ' larger salary in the p...

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. — 8 October 1910

Page 8 For Sale By Stitzel Real Estate Agency, Colville 0. B. IDE, Manager 300 Acres. 160 to 180 good tillable land, balance steep sidehill pasture and range, some waste, about 10(1 acres in actual cultivation, only about 8 or 10 acres of good tillable land not cleared up, some good timber. % acres in grain and hay; cut at least 80 tons this year (dry year) 10 acres of yellow dent corn, estimated will run 7(1 bu. to acre; 4 acres in mixed varieties home orchard, apples, pears, peaches,ect.,lf> years old. Rich black loam soil except a little sandy loam on west side. Abundance of water, G separate live springs and a creek, also a lake covering 7 acres in high water, about 1 acre in low water season, located on highest point of his land and estimated enough water to irrigate 30 acres from lake by syphon. Creek and lake both can be developed to water; ail good tillable land. Place all fenced, principally with 3 wire. Basement barn 40x40, hay barn 26x40, granary, chickenhouse, icehous...

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. — 22 October 1910

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 156 Souvenir Spoons in sterling silver. good heavy weight with either the Colville High School or Court House in the bowls and finely designed handles in several styles. Price only $1.50 B. G. RICH 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. I have purchased the Colville Sewing Machine and Phonograph Company stock of machines, records, school supplies, etc., and will conduct the business at the old stand, in the Bank of Colville building. D. LAURY 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 FRIEDE & SCHINNER CEMENT and STONE WORKERS If you want good work in concrete or stone sidewalks, retainin...

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. — 22 October 1910

Page 2 Men's Felt I Mm _ I —l «l r C flßflnisi&^^L. Bit Our famous "Gordon" Hat, \^ jw in new black, brown and *Vv gray soft styles, and black in yK^SSZ. now stiff. The price of a \ H™^-— "Gordon" Hat is always V*-4^flßß|i|£""S *]P»3 • >i \jl JGOVDO* You should see our Cluett Shirts in the very latest styles and colors ipppß Men s Tan Jlsi'/' --"Sa^jHS '^" tne newest models i n women's and men's shoes are /^Mk^Wr^W^^^^^^^ now in stock. Every pair °* S'U)C'S wt> s0" are fully ACORN BROS. Plants Nay Be Kept Through Zero Weather You cannot afford to lose your house plants which you have given so much time and care in raising. Cole's Original Air-Tight Wood Heater will keep fire and heat throughout the winter. One fire is all you need build from fall until spring. It is guaranteed— —To remain always air tight. —To change the temperature of a room from freezing to 70 degrees in five minutes' time. —To burn wood, corn cobs, trash and lighter —To be the cleanest, most convenient ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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