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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 September 1911

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 203 . IF ITS JEWELRY YOU WANT RICH HAS IT B. G. RICH Jeweler and Optician Do You Know the power that ia 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. NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE Everything in household fur niture and furnishings, and at prices which you can not match anywhere else. About 80 per cent of my stock is new goods, but the prices are low. Kitchen cabinets made to order. Repair ing of all kinds. D. LAURY, Prop. All Kinds of Legal Blanks For Sale at Examiner Office FANCY STATIONERY at the Examiner Office Frank Kosftka Merchant Tailor Colville Washington The Merchant's Lunch A good 25c meal served at all hours We give quick service MEXICAN CHILI 10c Ivan Faugsteed, Prop. South of Rickey Block Columbia Stables JOHN W.WALSH. Prop. Fine Teamt...

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. — 16 September 1911

Page 2 II Handsome Scarf-Pin Free A Phenomenal Offer Made by a New York Firm Thousands all over the United States are taking advantage of a generous offer of the Gotham Company, 1165 Hroadway, New York City, making re quest for a beautiful gold-plated scarf pin for lady or gentleman, which is mailed to any one sending name and address, free of charge. This offer is made to introduce their catalogue of general merchandise, household goods, jewelry, novelties, etc. Readers of this paper are requested to send name and address immediately, enclosing five two-cent stamps to cover packing and postage. Send today and receive without cost a piece of jewelry that you will be proud of. Interested in Poultry? Pouf.TRY Life, the new poultry maga zine published at Spokane, covers every phase of the industry. Ablest editors; timely articles; best illustrations; spe cial departments. Don't fail to get it. SOc a year; $1 for three years. By special arrangement with the pub lishers we are enabled to...

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. — 16 September 1911

taken Into the game, and, though U. '•ouutry boy bnd never played polo, he was so used to PUttagblß •'< horse that ne won the game for his side, largely by his own efforts This gave him gcent print. -the Swim •y Boy Is Introduced f^City Society )IA B. GASKELL by American Press Asso ciation. 1911. ei^ a farmer's boy, nine Id, stood six feet lv his s limbs were long, well put together In graceful T^'ic head was set on a leek, which In turn rested pair of broad shoulders, teloved by every girl wlth £' his father's furm, but every girl he was in no any one of them, is fairly Intelligent, too, the books that he could f. But the chief charm greater than his inan as his Ingenuousness. He X about the artificial de e himself liked He would ally hurt a fly, but if he entally would not know t manners to beg the fly's Its products, live stock, lertnining to country life s delight. As for a horse, Dyed the animal, but knew n. One dny Johnny went In order to see the track pjna coach occupied b...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 September 1911

Page 4 SAVE MONEY by getting our prices on FARM, GARDEN, Orchard, Carpenter, Blacksmith TOOLS We also have a full line of Garden Hose, Screen Doors, Lawn Mowers, Window Screens and Fishing Tackle The R. E. Lee Co. Corner of Main and Still StreeU CoLVILLE, Wash. Aeroplane Races Every Day MAMMOTH NIGHT SPECTACLE "Pioneer Days In the Palouse" $126,000 Will Be Spent on This Exhi- I , bit ion I |j I REDUCED RAILWAY RATESJo 1' Write For Premium Lint and Dally l*r twain JBL^ju S> flifc^ f '^^i ' ctw^ wash .^^^itfi^RwwiH^^^K^^^^^l^HßttflilHlSHi The Roose-Felt MATTRESS Pure Cotton, sold with guarantee THE BEST MATTRESS MADE $12.50 and $15 I have the largest stock of mattresses in Stevens county, ranging in prices from $3.50 to $15. Cotton tops, reversibles, felt, and Roose-felt. If you don't want to take my word for the Roose-felt mattresses, you can have the company's guarantee, not for a month or a year, but for a LIFETIME—a gold bond guarantee. <J By using one of my ship ping forms,...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 September 1911

PROGRESS AND SAFETY The notable increase in the business of this bank has been largely due to its progressive policy. We are keeping pace with the rapid development of the business interests of Colville. But we are not progressive at the ex pense of safety. Caution has marked every forward step, and conservatism has always been the watchword. Business men and individuals requiring the co-operation of a progressive and safe bank are invited to form an alliance with the Bank of Colville. Bank of Colville The Oldest Bank in Stevens County C. W. Winter, President T. A. Winter, Vice-Pres. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asst. Cashier I THE LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. Geo. J. Heimbach re turned Monday from a two months trip in British Columbia and the north central states. At Berlin, Ontario, she visited her mother who has been ill. Mrs. Geo. S. Morley returned Tuesday from a 10 days visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gardner at Meyers Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper left this week for their ran...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 September 1911

LEGAL HOUSES. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN REGULAR SESSION September 7. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Minutes of September Oth ivad and approved. Bills were allowed as follows: Glen Earnest, work on Addy-Gifford road survey, $6. Ed Moloio, work on Addy-Gifford road survey. $6. E. H. Bartlett, services as chaluman, la, Woodard & Si/.emore. livery for en gineer, $22. Clara /.ollner, hoard and lodging for engineer. * im.it,. Clara Zollner, board and lodging for engineer. $2. E. B. Hubbard. livery for county en gineer, $24.50. John W. Graham & Company, sup plies for engineer. $3.75. Shaw & Borden Company, supplies for engineer. 25 cents. E. B. Hubbard. services as deputy en gineer. $72,50. E. B. Hubbard. expenses as deputy engineer, $25.65. F. S. Thomas, expenses as deputy en gineer, $40.25. A. E, Keller, expenses as deputy en gineer. $!>.lO. C. A. Heberling, expenses as county engineer. $9.06. .1. H. Bigelow, digging poor farm Well. $8.25. N. 11. Fry...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 September 1911

Bargains The following described places are bargains. They have been carefully selected from a large number of list ings. Every one of the following properties has merits and offers excel lent opportunities to the investor. Pull information cheerfully furnished upon request. If you wish to buy, sell or exchange, see us. W. D. MARTIN & CO. Room 8 FALLS CITY BLOCK, SPOKANE, WASH. First class diversified farm in Lincoln county— This farm consists of 887 acres, and constitutes one of the best stock and grain ranches to be found in eastern Washington. It is located in the famous Egypt country that is noted for their winter wheat and big crops. There are 200 acres of first class farming land in cultivation suitable for rasing wheat, oats, barley or any small grains. The balance of the farm consists of timber and pasture land, and that is chiefly adapted for pasture, although there is some very fine bottom land in the pasture that is suitable for fruit or alfalfa. Also there is a consi...

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. — 16 September 1911

Page 8 STEVENS COUNTY FAIR By The Stevens County Producers Association COLVILLE, OCTOBER 10, 11, 12 THREE GREAT DAYS AEROPLANE FLIGHT EVERY DAY Baseball game each day starting at 10:30 a. m. Strong teams. Vaudeville on grounds every afternoon. Athletic sports by Stevens County High School teams, such as foot races, pole vaulting, foot-ball games, jumping, etc. Stock parade at 11:00 a. m. Wednesday, October 11. Horse Races. Indian races every day. Grand Ball given by fair management every evening down town. Tuesday, October 10. Pioneer day. Wednesday, October 11. Children's, Veteran's, Farmers'and Grangers' Day. Thursday, October 12. Boosters' Day. All school children with their teachers admitted free on Children's Day. Merry-go-round and Refreshment Stands on Ground Race Program Tuesday October 10 1. 2:15 trot or pace; 3in 5, mile heats $300.00 2. Running face; one-fourth mile 50.00 3. Pony race; fourteen hands and under, 300 yards 25.00 4. Running race; Indian horses and riders, on...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 204 . Last fall a rancher living out in the north basin while working in the field, hung his vest on a fence and has since been unable to find it. But it developed that a brindle calf wandered up and ate • the vest. The calf now full grown was sold to Thom as' meat market and it was found that the watch had lodged in the neck of the stomach in such a way that the action of breathing kept the watch wound up. The case was very tight and had protected the works per fectly. A short time before losing the watch it had been repaired and put in first-class shape by B. G. Rich, the jeweler. It was found on examination that the watch had only lost one minute and fifteen seconds. Moral—Have your watch repairing done by B.G. Rich. B. G. RICH Jeweler and Optician Do You Know the power that is cheapest for you to use ia electricity? Cheaper, cleaner and safer than gasoline or steam. If you are using power or contemplating using any, call on ua and let u...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

&f T^rf-^ij^ jfili our eastern buying trip,'we have d $/f\\ m "^^^^ W^mw i Q\ C\ at exac% 7 o'clock a. m. this big JpW W^^^m w wit/ an(*' l>ctieve it, such a show and t OnPllin^ Sfllp ftf Mpil'c Slilfa at $19 Opening the New Fall Footwear for Upeillllg 3dlC Ul 11C11 5 311115 dl «19 M Women and ChiWren More than five hundred men's suits will go on sale at Early practical street advertising to bring a greater , * . * © moit uuuj nvi v h vn i, im / n f + r . u i P to HTi ambitious store whose only obiect Specializing is inevitably productive of one result— C the above price. Some of the su.ts concerned have yol t u™e;;V^ BETTERMENT. By any logical method of reasoning T come a LONG WAY down the price line to reach $19. merchandise ata ft * Singleness of purpoj £ „.,», i i j-j. ' , xt r>T?TvivraTj T^rvwrxra „„,„ btttt?q o «,i now FORESTALLS the distractions and the weakness re- v It's an introductory feature planned after great New REDDISH BROWNS, new BLUES and new su lting the...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

CtOSIB OUT SALE j^| r I entire clothing and furnishing stock formerly \^o^A *^c ProPerty of Hanna Bros, has been assigned VtJlfrs to me# Conditions are such that I must turn the entire Air^^^^wk wiL Stock into cash. Of course I want as much money out I/. /Sl^wr^wlll 'liH^^L °^ t^s ? oo(* stoc^ as possible, but I must have the A^^^^^^^L^^^^ money immediately and lam going to have it imme mj/f'^^^T^^^^i diately too. I have determined to close out H I K^Mi/ff/^^^m t^le ent*re stoc^ f°r cash at original cost prices from Jrvi A\wl^llll^Ml *^c manu^acturer anc* wholesaler. This will be a liiifwk wfl \f^^l considerable loss, but by getting what money I can fff k^l^^^mlm^^^ out °^ t'le stoc^ * can now > I "vvill save any further ex \i/l I / lilKfiM^^^r Pense m carrying the stock. Everything in the store W ViS lii^s M^ ir^ s *or sa^e 'to any°ne who. has the money. If any mer it f I I^^^^Jail chant wants the goods at cost, he can buy them. Or T#>|L^^ any individual can buy any article a...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

Pag»4 SAVE MONEY by getting our prices on FARM, GARDEN, Orchard, Carpenter, Blacksmith TOOLS We also have a full line of Garden Hose, Screen Doors, Lawn Mowers, Window Screens and Fishing Tackle The R. E. Lee Co. Corner of Main and Still Streets Colville, Wash. The Toggery e^le&iall Suits and Hats Is the principal topic of the town Why? COME AND SEE The Roose-Felt MATTRESS Pure Cotton, sold with guarantee THE BEST MATTRESS MADE $12.50 and $15 I have the largest stock of mattresses in Stevens county, ranging in prices from $3.50 to $15. Cotton tops, reversibles, felt, and Roose-felt. If you don't want to take my word for the Roose-felt mattresses, you can have the company's guarantee, not for a month or a year, but for a LIFETIME—a gold bond guarantee. <J By using one of my ship ping forms, you can order direct from the factory, and get your household furnishings at factory prices PHONOGRAPHS $17.50 to $50 Fifty dollars buys a Grafonola machine, Columbia make, a beauty. SEE IT...

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. — 23 September 1911

The Growth of Deposits of this bank proves that our deposit ors are forging ahead financially. <| When you market your crops, stock or produce, bring your money right here and place it on deposit. <JWe will gladly issue without charge, a pass book and a check book, and welcome you into our growing fam ily of thriving depositors. profit for you in an association with us. Bank of Colville The Oldest Bank in Stevens County C. W. Winter, President T. A. Winter, Vice-Pres. W. R. Baker, Cashier C. L. Baker, Asst. Cashier f THE LOCAL NEWS I Rev. N. B. Fry will preach on Sunday at 4 in the Universalist church on the subject "Hell." All are invited. A collection will be taken to assist in buying the windows. Mrs. F. L. Townsend returned from Marcus on Monday after spending a week visiting with her aunt, Mrs. F. J. Vanßuren. The Marcus military band of 18 pieces, under the leadership of H. C. Thomas of this city, bids fair to become a musical aggre gation second to none in Stevens count...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

CLOSMG OUT SALE IBSIS^ I have a few suits which I will sell for $2 eac'1 ' regular $7.50 to $11 values. While I [ Jsrfp| i§l^>Jii ' not c^a*m these suits are all wooj or % HuM§§£ WfiMnWik any fancy cut, they are good clothes. Also |J/ BOAI r^ll^MV good suits at $3.50, $5, $7.50 and $10. fjfffffy\^ The $25 suits at $12.50 and $13.75 are dressy suits, suitable for Sunday wear, the latest cuts and styles, all wool. <I There are a few $35 suits to sell at $19.25, the best in the market. <JBuy at cost. Summer Underwear .Jfc^^^K, UudeZe^ 11^ Une-nall "riCe ft Boys heavy winter underwear, •& /9 two-piece suits, heavy ribbed Aus- Regular $2.00 values now $1.00 /s2v M K^k tralian wool, regular $1, now 65c. " 1.25 " .65 t Heavy fleece lined, regular 50c, ** " ™ /\\ \Nm)^2^^^v Men's Heavy Winter f «y 1 //I mI B Men's heavy mackinaw coats reg l "^Vi 1 / mil ■ ular $7.50 now $5.00; regular $6 Regular $8.00 values only $6.50 V *xVI I I^^"^^H W*^ coats now $4-355 regular $5 coats 6.00...

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. — 23 September 1911

Fall Opening and Sale our values picked up while on >cided to make our OPENING if we have ever undertaken at nf rchandise. Some will wonder an and does make such low ere to buy, when to buy and v*to buy. XT TUESDAY, .THE 26th -all Opening and Sale will start irgain event has never taken WCUI last twenty days. Flic New Silks and Dress Goods 'he new fancy silks, including plain MESSALINES, FT* TAFFETAS, etc., in dainty pin STRIPES, ALKLINE stripes, small CHECKS and some TWO NED stripes. 'he assortments include a special purchase at away ler the market value. Widths of these silks are 24 hes and the quality is EXCEEDINGLY good and vy*. There are some silks in the lot that you would >ect to pay $1.50 a yard for. Opening price, a d 85c Kgh-grade black Peau de Soie, black Taffeta —Ex- heavy weight, in nice, good black. Full 36 inches c. Opening price, a yard $1.19 Jelling's guaranteed LINING SATIN, 36 inches c. Nice heavy quality in assorted colors; also :k. Opening price, a yard $1...

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. — 23 September 1911

PageS STEVENS COUNTY FAIR By The Stevens County Producers Association COLVILLE, OCTOBER 10, 11, 12 THREE GREAT DAYS AEROPLANE FLIGHT EVERY DAY Baseball game each day starting at 10:30 a. m. Strong teams. Vaudeville on grounds every afternoon. Athletic sports by Stevens County High School teams, such as foot races, pole vaulting, foot-ball games, jumping, etc. Stock parade at 11:00 a. m. Wednesday, October 11. Horse Races. Indian races every day. Grand Ball given by fair management every evening down town. Tuesday, October 10. Pioneer day. Wednesday, October 11. Children's, Veteran's, Farmers'and Grangers' Day. Thursday, October 12. Boosters' Day. All school children with their teachers admitted free on Children's Day. Merry-go-round and Refreshment Stands on Ground Race Program Tuesday October 10 1. 2:15 trot or pace; 3in 5, mile heats $300.00 2. Running race; one-fourth mile 50.00 3. Pony race; fourteen hands and under, 300 yards 25.00 4. Running race; Indian horses and riders, one...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

FAITHFUL EEBEKAH LODGE GIVES ENTERTAINMENT Faithful Rebekah lodge No. 90 of Colville observed the sixtieth anni versary of the Rebekahs in the United States Monday evening. It was an enjoyable occasion. At least 12f> peo ple were present. The lodge rooms were decorated with sweet peas and with pink and green, and presented an attractive scene. The refresh ments were ice cream cones, punch and wafers. The following program was rendered: Vocal solo, Miss Vinnie Leighton. Vocal solo, Miss Florence Conn. Vocal duet, Mrs. J. C. Harrigan and Harry Miller. Shakespearean romance, a guessing contest. Mrs. W. J. Allen and Miss Alice Copeland tied for first honors. Piano solo, Miss Floryne Valentine of Spokane. Vocal duet, Mrs. J. C. Harrigan and Harry Miller. Cards and dancing were next in order, five hundred being the game. Mrs. George \V. Seal won first honors, a picture. The Rebekah lodge of Colville is in a flourishing condition and will in itiate a number of candidates at the next mee...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 September 1911

Pag* 10 Handsome Scarf-Pin Free A Phenomenal Offer Made by a New York Firm Thousands all over the United States are taking advantage of a generous offer of the Gotham Company, 1165 Hroadway, New York City, making re quest for a beautiful gold-plated scarf pin for lady or gentleman, which is mailed to any one sending name and address, free of charge. This offer is made to introduce their catalogue of general merchandise, household goods, jewelry,novelties, etc. Readers of this paper are requested to send name and address immediately, enclosing five two-cent stamps to cover packing and postage. Send today and receive without cost a piece of jewelry that you will be proud of. Interested in Poultry? Poultry Life, the new poultry maga zine published at Spokane, covers every phase of the industry. Ablest editors; timely articles; best illustrations; spe cial departments. Don't fail to get it. 50c a year; $1 for three years. By special arrangement with the pub lishers we are enabled to fur...

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. — 30 September 1911

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 205 . Last fall a rancher living out in the north basin while working in the field, hung his vest on a fence and has since been unable to find it. Bat it developed that a brindle calf wandered up and ate the vest. The calf now full grown was sold to Thom as' meat market and it was found that the watch had lodged in the neck of the stomach in such a way that the action of breathing kept the watch wound up. The case was very tight and had protected the works per fectly. A short time before losing the watch it had been repaired and put in first-class shape by B. G. Rich, the jeweler. It was found on examination that the watch had only lost one minute and fifteen seconds. Moral—Have your watch repairing done by B.G. Rich. B. G. RICH Jeweler and Optician 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 ...

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. — 30 September 1911

CLOTHNQ A T COST """""jBPC^™"SS^SIJIT F) uring t^le past wee^ many people have been taking advantage of ti^4ii\l' t*l6 *"g Closing-out sale at Hanna's. These customers have been r — our est ac*—many °f them have been so pleased that they were able to buy fall and winter clothes at this time of the year at such cut prices that they could hardly wait to get out the d°°r with their Stack °f bundles before they were tellin S th^ir friends about the fsfc Imtm money they had saved buying their winter needs. flAll this has had j^^^^fflfe|g:i:BnL__ a tendency to daily increase, the bulk of business, and likewise JH^K^iK|SW^^~ spread the good news farther and farther until now nearly every one i^^^H^^^-f ff*^- in the country has heard of the great sacrifice. Winter goods are not i^^^^Bfi P^ A\| )/ the only things that remain—hundreds of articles such as summer underwear, straw J^^^^^M P hatS ' Ught SUitS ' et°" Whkh muSt go for nearly nothing. Anyone can make good Wsßl A interest on their mo...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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