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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

J. H. Young was in Spokane this week, where his wife is sick. She is gaining rapidly, but will remain there until the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Curry of Bossburg were among the Colville visitors from that quarter last Monday. They were accompanied by J. A. Curry, a brother from Spokane who is visiting for a month. Mrs. Willet, who has been at the hospital several weeks undergoing treatment for inflammatory rheu matism, will be able to be out next week. Mr. Willet has moved his household effects from Che welah and Colville will be their home. Colville chapter No. 20, Royal Arch Masons, elected the following officers for 1908 at the regular meeting Monday evening: F. Leo Grinstead, high priest; B. G. Rich, king; A. B. Sansburn, scribe; W. R. Baker, treasurer; Geo. W. Seal, secretary. Half interest in the Fair store has been pur chased by J. J. English, who formerly conducted the Colville Bakery. Messrs. Pierce and English are enlarging their facilities for displaying mer c...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

O. N. Bell The Colville Land Co. Sells Land Office on the ground floor First National Bank Building If you wish to make HIM an appropriate holiday present we have just what you Collar Bags in Assorted Colors, Cuff Cases, Neckties, Mufflers, Handkerchiefs And many other beautiful and valuable gifts W. R. BAKER L. M. McFarland

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

Democratic national convention at Denver July 7. The bazaar held by the Congregational ladies last week netted them $160. Show windows are taking on holiday attire and show designs and skill above the average found in a city of this size. Merchants believe in up-to date window advertising. Next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Prof. Henry Qubey will appear at the roller rink in acro batic, slack wire and trapeze performances. This gentleman is reported to be an artist in his line of specialties. The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist Episco pal church is holding a bazaar and serving meals in the Colville Hardware building. Many appro priate articles for holiday gifts are offered. The bazaar ends today. Ledington & Boone have opened a short order and chjli restaurant in the building formerly occu pied by Jeweler Leighton. These gentlemen are from Kansas, having been here about a month. Their first service was yesterday. Sunday morning subject at the Baptist church, ' 'Forgiven b...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

I NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTY I G. E. Hanson, the clarionet player, has returned to Spokane. Deputy Sheriff Ledgerwood was at Fruitland and Hunters the first half of this week serving papers and notices. The Washington State Teachers' Association will be held in Seattle Dec. 31, Jan. 1 and 2. Several from this county are planning to attend. County treasurer Adams reports fees turned over for November as follows: Auditor, $724.05; sheriff, $44.65; clerk, $67. On Monday Sheriff Graham took Hanson, Mc- Bride and Casey to Spokane and turned them over to guards of the state penitentiary. These are the Clayton and Newport men who were sentenced in the Stevens county superior court. Furniss Watts, aged 14, was brought from Echo to the hospital Wednesday and is being treated by Dr. Peck for an injury sustained on the leg by a hay baler several months ago. An operation is probable. P. E. Jewell of Spokane is opening up a wood camp this week on the old Ferguson place, one and one-half miles north...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

The ferry at Marcus has been obliged to close operations on account of low water, but the time is being utilized in improvement on the cable and piers. The Deer Trail mine will be sold at sheriff's, sale in Colville December 28 to satisfy a judg ment of the Lincoln county superior court. Eugene T. Wilson as receiver of the Big Bend National Bank of Davenport brought suit against the Deer Trail Mining Company, a corporation, and received judgment for $10,922.95. The company embraces the Royal, Deer Trail, Happy Home and Elcona properties. The Deer Trail has been a producer of lead and silver for 12 years and was at one time considered rich. The Newport Miner appeared in bright form last week and gave a write-up of the rich country trib utary to the upper river metropolis. During the year there were 33,000,000 feet of lumber manu factured and dressed at Newport yards, with a value of $450,000, and 85,000 cedar poles floated from down-river points to -a value of $300,000. Most of this ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

D. C. McMillan of Northport was transacting business with the Colville land office Friday. The new postoffice at Cronins will be instituted Jan. 1, with Patrick Cronin as the first postmaster. Everything is now in readiness for serving the patrons of the Deep Creek section. Charles Fish has resigned from his position of superintendent of the Columbia River Gold Min ing Company and is succeeded by Mr. Kingsley from Phoenix, B. C, who arrived at Meyers Falls last Saturday to take up the work. Charles McKeown has purchased the Harry Keough farm of 160 acres at White Mud lake for $4,500, the transaction being made by A. L. Knapp. Mr. McKeown formerly lived on Bear Creek. His intention is to further improve the new place. Leo Wofford of Meyers Falls, who has been in jail since October on a one year sentence for petty larceny, was released Saturday on parole by order of Judge Carey. Report must be made every month to Assessor Frank Bottorff who was made his sponsor. The St. Crispin Mining...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

Regarding Unallotted Indian Lands At the instigation of the board of county com missioners, in session this week, an act has been prepared to authorize the disposition of surplus or unallotted lands of the Spokane Indian reserva tion. Copies have been sent to the Washington congressmen, together with letters explaining the position taken. The following is a portion of the letter sent: Acting for the people of the county in which the Spokane Indian reservation is situated, we respectfully make the fol lowing requests: We agree with the report of the forester that the greater part of the unallotted portion of the Spokane Indian reserva tion should be set aside as a national forest. We think, however, its boundaries should be modified slightly, because a small portion of the eastern part of the reservation that has been allotted is available as farming land. This land is level, covered with scattering timber. The soil is a sandy loam, containing enough clay to make it valu able for fru...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

A General Directory STEVENS COUNTY Senator, A. W. Anderson, Rep. Representatives, R. D. Mcßae and A. W. McMoran, Rep. Judge, D. H. Carey, Rep. Auditor, Frank A. Savage, Rep. Treasurer, Charles Adams, Rep. Clerk, Geo. H. Shaver, Rep. Sheriff, W. H. Graham, Dem. Assessor, Frank F. Bottorff, Rep. Attorney, J. A. Rochford, Dem. Supt. of Schools, Daisy Hard, Dem. Surveyor, Wm. M. Manning, Rep. Coroner, Dr. A. B. Cook, Rep. Commissioners, T. R. Major, S. S. Beggs and Wm. Fountain, Dem. COLVILLE Mayor, L. B. Harvey Councilmen, George Stenger, F. L. Torrey, W. F. Diffenbacher, F. A. Sav age, C. E. Wingham Treasurer, R. M. Thomas Clerk, A. B. Sansburn City Engineer, H. E. Bonner Attorneys, Jesseph & Grinstead Supt. Water System, J. M. Williams Marshal, J. S. Wright Justice of the Peace, W. L. Terry. CHURCHES Congregational—G. H. Wilbur, minister; Sunday school 10 a. m.; morning service 11 a. m.; evening service 7:30 p. m.; Junior Society 2:30 p. m.; Christ ian Endeavor Society 6:45; Ladi...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

F. R. VANISH, Contractor, Colville NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court for Stevens County, State of Washington. In the matter of the estate of Marcus D. Cagle, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are required to present them to me for allowance at the office of Judson & Rochford, at Colville, Stevens County, Washing ton, within twelve months after the date of the first publication of this notice, or they will be for ever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice, Dec. 14, 1907. MRS. EMMA. E. CAGLE, administratrix of the estate of Marcus Cagle, deceased. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. No. 2626. In the Superior Court of the state of Washing ton, in and for the county of Stevens. A. Morrison, plaintiff, vs. J. Morrison, defend ant. The state of Washington to the said defendant, J. Morrison: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty days ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 December 1907

\W\ II UIIN Jc>lv»3 I I f We 111 90c to 4 each pTB, h Rockers from $1.^5 to $25 L^T D/ I3T*f^QQ £* X* S j^^K^^.^l^ j^^P^^ From $10 to $35 jß|||lgj|jf Investigate Prices and Be Convinced J.H.LASSWELL&SON Complete Household Furnishings

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

Cbe Coiviile Examiner Christmas Number Colville, Stevens County, Washington Saturday, December 21, 1907 Issue Number 8

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

Chewelah Market The Great Benefactors of the Public We Do Not Conduct a Meat Combine Our Motto Is "Live and Let Live" We have determined to continue the good pol icy of selling to our customers at prices that are within the reach of the poor as well as the rich, and giving the very best cuts of meat for the least money. Loin and T Bone Steaks 9c per lb. Round Steaks 7c " " Beef Roast 6c " " Prime Ribs 7c " " Boiling Meat 4c " " Pork Chops 10c " " Pork Roast 10c " " Veal 8c " " Mutton 10c " 4i Oppenheimer & Kieling Chewelah, Wash. Patrons from outside towns requested to send money with order. REID & WINTER General Contractors and Builders Colville M. C. KELLY Furniture Torrey & Townsend Bowling, Billiards Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Accessories Rickey Block Bennett's Paint Store Headquarters for Wall Paper, Picture Frames, And Window Glass CARRIAGE PAINTING / \ / IF \ In Doubt, \ / as to the Perfect \ Acceptable Christmas \ / Presents, See the Stock at \ RICH'S ) \ and Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

THE COLVILLE EXAMINER Issued Every Saturday by the Stevens County Publishing Company, Inc. Subscription Price $1.50 a Year; 5c a Copy Entered at the Colville postoffice as second-class mail matter J. C. Harrigan, Editor and Manager On December 11 President Roosevelt, through the medium of the associated press, declared that he would not accept the nomination for the presi dency at the hands of the republican party in 1908. The announcement has set a score of big aspirants for the honor to gallavanting about in quadrille fashion. In this exuberant period of their experi ence, it is interesting to note what some of them, out of the fulsome condition of heart, speak from their mouths. Speaker Cannon and Senators Foraker, Dick and La Follette each said, in a quiet way, that they were not surprised. Senators Long of Kansas and Hansbrough of North Dakota each said it would be a big boost for Taft. Gov. Hughes of New York came out of his shell far enough to have it said he, himself, would ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

The First National Bank Colville, Wash. Capital and Surplus $55,000.00 Our liberal treatment and conserva tive business methods are extended to each and every account whether large or small t Frank B. Goetter DRUGGIST ir *-1 i • "^S^l / -*^^-> ,^ \ (-• f' I^H Large Turkeys are obedient to the call of Santa Claus. He bagged a choice lot of them at this market, and that's why we offer the finest lot of CHRISTMAS TURKEYS you ever saw. Order one now; we'll deliver it whenever you say. STEVENS COUNTY MEAT MARKET Colville Steam Laundry California Wine House Family Wines and Liquors We L. Terry Leave Orders at Postoffice Drayage Furniture Moving Colville Truck and Dray Line P. J. Kirk, Proprietor Phone Main 257 No Work but the BeSt Bluemcke & Roggenbuck Tobacco, Cigars Confectionery Stationery The Postoffice Store All Kinds of Talking Machines Records and Supplies Easy Terms on Machines H. B. MORGAN

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

Theodore Roosevelt, who draws a salary of fifty thousand dollars a year, and house rent and living expenses free, demands of the people of these United States, as an imperative duty they owe to their country, that they immediately return their money into the vaults of the banks, thereby giving it a chance to circulate and thereby relieving the fi nancial pressure that is pinching the republican party to death. Then comes George B. Cortelyou, secretary of our country's treasury, who has fed at the na tional crib for the past 10 years at annual salaries ranging all the way from $2,000 to $8,000, and de clares from his high pedestal of observation that this panic is all in the minds of the people, and that when they gather sufficient sense to think times are good, then times will be prosperous. The people who stand criticised can draw their own conclusions as to what the opinion of these two captains of politics would be about money matters if they had their respective jobs and sal ari...

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 December 1907

o. N. Bell The Colville Land Co. Office on the ground floor First National Bank Building For Real Sensible Holiday Gifts For Your Gentlemen Friends, Do Your Trading at My Store I HAVE A LARGE .STOCK OF STRICTLY HI6H GRADE GENTLE KMEN-5' FURNISHING GOODS AND HAVE SOME VERY APPROPRIATE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS IN ■ — : COLLARS &AGS AT $1.25 AND $1.50 I NECKTIES AT 50C TO $1.00 UMbRELLAS AT 75C TO $2.00 CUFF CASES AT $1-25 MUFFLERS AT 50C TO $2.50 FANCY SUSPENDERS AT 50C TO $2.50 MEN'S AND LADIES SLIPPERS. $ 1.25 To $2.00 Colville Washington L. M. McFarland W. R. Baker

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

The Examiner is in receipt of a bunch of the postal cards intended by Mr. Roosevelt's political boosters to be sent to him asking that he take an other term in office and ' 'finish what he began.'' While not sympathizing with the idea prompting the distribution of these cards we would be very glad to use any and all methods of forcing the president to finish what he began. That the re publican financial game has been too strong for him is not to be doubted. The years of republican prosperity have enabled the trusts to become greater than the presidents—which they placed in office. Hence when they object to presidential methods the president quits—not necessarily because he wants to, but because he must. Roosevelt says he has quit. He wants office no more. And he is not to be blamed for refusing to be the under man. But to show that his intentions were at least good, we would like to see the people insist that he "finish what he began" and enforce what little law the people have for ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

SANTA CLAUS He arrived at the Colville Leader last week December 9th, and he is going to remain with "John" every afternoon until Xmas Eve, from 2:30 to 6. 'M^*+^ix& Santa will give a present r:> l si>^■^:^K^B / / SPf to every little boy or girl who //^ \-C {/ X'x^s/ JssW^^ calls at the Leader during that '/ /^JiB^VO.' - K%\ i'c-'^-t &-r*U time and is accompanied by a "v- ', r;"V|-^'< L^fYmz srown-up person • !• ' Viz' 1 ' .i / ':A c at r L^ "..'•.' "' •: •■■'■■■;; '"? f^^ /-; •;•■/ . •' ;" ■■;:X-i '„ \i ■ v;A !r i jilgj That is on here now should hr'-\ >J\\! >tc .:A M interest every man, woman and IWrf-^r^SSrf-fcj #1 -m child living in Stevens county. i%ffll^^S^4S^^S^'fP Prices are cut and slashed in i^s2^ — every department * Come and See and Save Money Do You Want 1f& JLM Ik] Will Help You to Save Money JP^FHlll^i If You Do. The Colville Leader IS HERE

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE Miss Stella Dingle spent the fore part of the week visiting in Spokane with Mrs. H. H. S. Van Velsor of Quincy. Roy L. Hamblet and Bessie Claar, both of Mill ville, were united in marriage at the Congrega tional parsonage Sunday at 1 p. m. by Rev. G. H. Wilbur. Bell & McFarland's real estate correspondence has been greater than ever this week. Many eastern people are corresponding, with a desire to come west or make western investments. James R. Riggins and son Tommy, who have been visiting the old home in Missouri and Arkan sas, arrived home Sunday after a two months' ab sence and went out to the farm the following day. The Colville flour mill stopped operations last week and will not resume until spring. The short days and small amount of grain being moved in this section do not necessitate operations while their present stock of flour remains. The local make of flour is sold for less than outside brands, while in quality it ranks among the best. A...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 21 December 1907

HOTEL COLVILLE American Plan Rates $1.25 to $2.50 FRED HOSS Only Exclusive Shoe Store in Colville Putman Boots "Bull-Band" Rubbers Repairing Neatly Done. Opposite Postoffice Colville Marble Works Monuments Headstones Livery and Feed Stable First-class Teams, Rigs and Saddle Horses to Let by the Hour or Day O. K. STABLE Opposite Courthouse J. M. DUPUIS Proprietor J. H. STITZEL Photographer P.O. Box 30 COLVILLE • Washington Frank Ko^lka Merchant Tailor Colville Washington The Colville Bakery and Lunch Parlor Leave Orders for Your Christmas Fruit Cakes Open from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. F. E. Studebaker, Proprietor Colville Express and Transfer Company Geo. W. Camp, Proprietor Baggage, Freight and Express Transferred at Reasonable Rates Prompt Attention Given All Orders W. L. SAX, W. J. SHELTON. H. R. SPEDDEN President Vice President Secretary Abstracts Fire Insurance Notary Public Write us for information. It is no trouble for us to answer letters Stevens County Abstract Company Colville, W...

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