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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
George M. Welty and John Bettencourt of Met aline were in Colville Thursday. The Bennett & Walgamott' orchestra played for the dance at Marcus last evening. This orchestra has dates to play at Kettle Falls the 17th and at Bossburg Jan. 15, 22 and 24. , The democratic state central committee met in Tacoma Wednesday, Jackson day, and selected Spokane as the place for holding the state conven tion to elect 10 delegates to the national conven tion at Denver July 7. The Colville livery stable changed hands this week. T. and 0. C. Dupuis have been pro prietors, but hereafter the business will be con ducted by 0. C. Dupuis. "Cloff," as he is known over this whole section, has many friends who will wish him success. Colville Camp No. 277, W. 0. W., and the circle of Women of Woodcraft- held open house at the Odd Fellows hall Tuesday evening and many of their friends spent an exceptionally pleasant even ing with them. A banquet was served by the ladies, and the gentlemen were well suppli...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
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 i =7r,-,--.. ". .^-, .v. ...... You Can' Save by buying your meats from us. Fact is, we have the most de licious roasts, chops, steaks, etc., as every good housewife knows. 'Nuff said. STEVENS COUNTY MEAT MARKET Colville Steam Laundry California Wine House Family Wines and Liquors Bluemcke & Roggenbuck W. L. Terry Tobacco, Cigars Confectionery Stationery The Postoffice Store Leave Orders at Postoffice Drayage Furniture Moving Colville Truck and Dray Line P. J. Kirk, Proprietor Phone Main 257 No Work but the Bejft EDISON PHONOGRAPHS RECORDS AND SUPPLIES The most complete stock North of Spokane Easy Terms on All Machines H. B. MORGAN
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
Opie Read will be at the opera house next Mon day evening. Miss Bowns, nurse at the Harvey hospital, went to Springdale yesterday morning to attend a case on which Dr. Harvey was called to operate. Rev. Boddy has returned from a trip to Idaho and will occupy his pulpit at the Free Methodist church next Sunday morning and evening. Fruit Inspector H. W. Sparks of Kettle Falls was in town Thursday. He has been reappointed to this position for 1908 by the county commission ers this week. Frank E. Eckley, 19 years of age, died Thurs day morning of tuberculosis of the bone at his home three miles west of Arden. Funeral services were held here yesterday. It has been finally settled that the annual con ference of the Free Methodist church will meet in Colville about the Ist of April. The Columbia River Conference embraces eastern Washington, eastern Oregon and northern Idaho. Ministerial and lay delegates from every circuit in the con ference will be present. This promises to be the largest...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
Buy Your Dry Goods From Dailey's and Save Money "WE HAVE THE EARTH In Sufficient Quantities to Supply Homes For All." Also B. C. Timber Lands Hammond & McDermont REAL ESTATE City and Farm Property For Sale COLVILLE Try the Swiss Jeweler F. Burri for Watch and Clock Repairing. He Will Give Satisfaction to All You Will Find Him at Home in His Shop Next to the Abstract Office Janet Street Gall and See Our Samples The Examiner Does Printing O. N. BELL The Colville Land Co. Sells Land First National Bank Building Office on the Ground Floor Fines!: Domestic and Key West Cigars Soft Drinks of All Kinds The Idaho Refreshment Parlors Hot Mixtures for Cold Weather Try Our Packages L. M. McFARLAND
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
The front of the Leader store building is being remodeled. N. W. Williams and E. J. Mullen, Marcus busi ness men, were in Colville Thursday. G. F. Kieling, road superintendent for the 3rd road district, was up from Chewelah th's week. Z. Lane and Wm. Bronson, of the sawmill firm of Lane & Bronson, went to Spokane Thursday. John B. Slater, of the law firm of Slater & Allen, went to Spokane Thursday on business in the su perior court there. Mr. and Mrs. D. McKellar of Kettle Falls were here this week visiting their daughter Mrs. John Edgreen north of town. R. J. Townsend reports receiving five letters this week from eastern people asking for home steads and timber claims in Stevens county. Wm. Buckley, auctioneer, cried a sale Monday at the old Sullivan ranch three miles southwest of town for Mrs. Haskins. About 50 buyers were present. Lunch was served free. The night and morning trains on the S. F. & N. railway on next Sunday will cut the service short at Marcus, the day ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
Our Annual Pre-Inventory Sale Just before invoicing of stock and as is our customary rule, will inaugurate a Pre-Inventory Sale unequaled in this section of the county when Below Cost prices are considered. Stock always unearths a lot of odds and ends from the season's selling, that we are particularly anxious to dis pose of at any price. We have made our profit on the early season's sales and are glad to get cost or less for the remnants. In this sale we have taken spe cial pains to mark down prices on the most desirable goods— goods which will be seasonable for three months. Reductions are from 20 per cent to 50 per cent on our different lines of winter merchandise. F. Barman Boss Store Colville
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
Judge M. Walsh, who has been visiting his old home in Huron county, Michigan, since last March, returned to his homestead at Hunters this week Thursday. On the way home Judge Walsh visit ed for a month with his daughter near Spokane. Charles M. Pidgeon, U. S. examiner of surveys of the general land office at Washington, D. C., was in Metaline last week examining applications of settlers in unsurveyed townships 39 and 40, range 43, and made a favorable report. This means that within a year or two these townships will be thrown open to settlement. With the resignation C. S. Treadwell the Baptist church bulletin is discontinued as a publication of that church. Hereafter its place will be taken by the Colville Searchlight, edited by Rev. W. H. Boddy of the Free Methodist church, and will be devoted to general church work in Colville. The associate editor will be Raymond F. Van Valin. The business management will be looked after by Albert Dingle and Ralph W. Van Valin. Publica tion will ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
C. C. Charlton of Echo went to Wenatchee Tuesday to spend the remainder of the winter with his son. At the Sabbath school election of the Seventh Day Adventists at Hewitt's mill, near Valley, C. P. Castle was elected superintendent; Louie Ladd, as sistant; Mrs. Ruby M. Castle, secretary; Claud A. Rogers, assistant, and G. W. Rogers, leader. The Fidelity Lumber company has started the work of constructing new booms for their pro posed plant across the river from Newport. Two thousand piles will be driven in the river. The new booms will have a storage capacity for more than 16,000,000 feet of logs.. Bazil Brown of Valley, road commissioner in District No. 3, was at the county seat Monday settling up the 1907 work with the county com missioners. Fred Hewitt, proprietor of the Hewitt Lumber Company, near Valley, started the mill last week with a full crew running 8£ hours. There is some talk of putting on a double shift soon. Jesse Miller and wife, who have been in Seattle the last thr...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
Robert McCray and son Ed and daughter Clara, living on Moran creek, have been sick with the grip. A social and dance was held at the schoolhouse near the forks of Deep creek Saturday evening, and over $50 was taken in. Music was furnished by the Kendall orchestra. The Peter Galli farm in Deep creek has been sold to I. W. Dwire of Taos, N. M., for $1300, who will improve it in the spring. At the home of 0. Berg at Twelve Mile last week occurred a pleasant social gathering, with dancing, dinner and a midnight lunch. The whole of Slide Creek society was there. On Jan. 1 the residence of W. C. Magary, three miles south of Fruitland, was totally destroyed by fire, the family barely escaping in their night clothes.' Mrs. Magary was slightly burned about the head and shoulders. The origin of the fire is unknown, thought it had its beginning apparently in the kitchen. The loss was in the neighborhood of $1500. Work on the piers of the Great Northern Rail road company's new bridge accross th...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
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. oi 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. Meet first Monday of month. 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, J. B. Thomas Attorneys, Jesseph & Grinstead Supt. Water System, J. M. Williams Marshal, J. S. Wright Justice of the Peace, W. L. Terry. Council meets every Tuesday night. CHURCHES Congregational—G. H. Wilbur, minister; Sunday school 10 a. m.; morning service 11 a. m.; evening service 7:30 p. m.; Ju...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
In the winter time you will need Well Seasoned and Well Finished Lumber Just tell your carpenter about it Slater & Gnagy Colville Machinists Engine, Boiler and Wood Working. All Kinds of Machinery Experted and Repaired by Competent and Experienced Men Freeman & Mitchell Leave orders at Examiner office. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court for Stevens County, State of Washington. In the matter of the estate of Parmelia Huff, deceased. Notice is hcrr-by 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. JAMES HUFF, administrator of the estate of Parmelia Huff, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court for Stevens County, State of Washington. In the matter of...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 11 January 1908
J. H. Lasswell & Son Complete Household Furnishers Household Furnishings Furniture, Carpets Rugs, Art Squares Ranges, Heaters Cook Stoves Cooking Utensils Prices Guaranteed Soliciting your patronage, we are respectfully J. H. Lasswell & Son Gold Gilt Dinner Sets 12 Five-in. Plates 12 Seven-in. Breakfast Plates 12 Seven-in. Soup Plates 12 Four-in. Sauce Dishes 12 Bread and Butter Plates 24 First and Second Teas 3 Soup Tureens 1 Seven-in. Baker 2 Seven-in. Covered Dishes 1 Eight-in. Escollop 1 No. 8 Platter 1 No. 10 Platter 1 No. 12 Platter 2 Sugar Bowl and Creamer 1 Cream Pitcher 1 Pickle Dish 1 No. 30 Bowl 1 Sauce Boat 100 Piece Dinner <ttj 1 C Johnson Bros. England, Gold «^» I M Oet Gilt Ware *||/ -■- M
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
E. M. HEIFNER Agent for the Famous Alimo Gasoline Engines Smalley Drag Saws Belting and Supplies A good set of second-hand bob sleds for $10.00 M. C. KELLY Furniture W. J. SHELTON, Vice President Abstracts Fire Insurance W. L. SAX. President Notary Public Write us for information. It is no trouble for us to answer letters Stevens County Abstract Company Colville, Washington Frank Ko&ka Merchant Tailor Colville Washington Smoke Colville Cigars they could be made better We would do it Washington Cigar and Tobacco Company New Lunch Room Lunches at All Hours Only AU-Night Restaurant in the City Second-Hand Store Fine Sweet Apple Cider All Kinds Second Hand Goods Always on Hand The Lee Cafe The best place in the city to get your meals. Strictly up to date and first class in every particular. James Case, Proprietor H. R. SPEDDEN Secretary Columbia Stables Gleaning and Repairing Neatly Done JOHN W.WALSH, Prop. Fine Teams and Turnouts Horses Boarded Next Door to Hall's Confectionery Sto...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
THE COLVILLE EXAMINER Issued Every Saturday by the Stevens County Publishing Company, Inc. Entered as second-class matter Oct. 31,1907, at the postoffice at Colville, Wash., under act of congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.50 a Year; 5c a Copy J. C. Harrigan, Editor and Manager The Ankeny tidal wave seems to have swallowed up the Jones ripple in the state senatorial boom that has been in progress for some time. All the small country papers are now whooping it up for Ankeny, and the large city papers, like the Seattle Times, for instance, are swatting Jones every time he turns a corner. The Times accuses Jones of stealing Ankeny thunder and freighting it out here from Washington, D. C, and turing it loose on both sides of the Cascades and calling it the pure Jones article. It has developed within the past three weeks that it was not Roosevelt at all that caused the Atlantic fleet to undertake the task of surrounding America, but Senator Ankeny has been heralded as the au...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
Big Reductions on Winter Goods I HAVE TOUR Of THOSE LONG, «SHEEP LINED OVERCOATS THAT WERE SELLING FOR $10 ; NoW $5 CORDUROY, SHEEP LINED CoAT,S that ,sold for ir.so closing OUT AT $6. ONLY A FEW LEFT DUCK, -SHEEP LINED CoAT«S THAT WERE -SELLIN6 FOR $5, NOW $3.50 These are only remnants of my winter stock and will not last long at these exceedingly low figures Come in early in order to take WT W Pi Al^l7 U advantage of these extra bargains VV • l\o JD/TLj\.H/J\. 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 MACKINAW CoAT«S THAT WERE CELLING FOR $5 GOIN6 AT $4 $6 MACKINAW CoAT-5 GOING AT $4.50 HEAVY WOOL JHIRT-5 WILL CLO-5E OUT AT 25 PER CENT REDUCTION OTHER RARE BARGAINS Brazilian Pebble Lens Pebble lenses are around from rock crystal and are truly nature's most precious gift to failing eyes. They have stood the test of ages, and like...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
The enforcement of the moral law of the land by prohibiting slot machines and closing of all busi ness houses on Sunday is a thing that has raised the question, "Why is it?" This query comes from every hamlet, town and city of the Union as soon as reached by the moral wave that is sweep ing over the land. For years there has been a de sire lurking in the homes of the country that some thing be done to check vice, but the voice did not rise until unwholesome disease of immorality, like the coil of an anaconda about its victim, had re peatedly relaxed only to take a tighter grip on its almost unconscious prey which seemed to shriek out a last hope for relief. At last a strong demand for enforcement of the law comes to the rescue. The enforcement of the law seems to be the remedy. "What is the use of having a law if it is not en forced?" is the widely sounding answer that we hear now to the queston "Why is it?" So long as men only had to do with vice, moral ity and conscience proved an...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
Satisfaction or Your Money Back Our Annual Pre-Inventory Sale The Greatest and Most Important Clothing Sale of the Season We know of no such splendid inducements that could be made which should appeal to the saving man more than our pre-inventory sale. Read the list carefully then come to the store. We offer you the choicest and best line of clothing sold anywhere. It is from the shops of Stein-Block & Co. that is enough to insure your perfect satisfaction. Suits and Overcoats $22.50 for suits and overcoats that formerly sold for $28, $30 and $32. Splendid suits and overcoats to choose from in this large line at these prices. Dozens of patterns and materials to choose from. Great values in the lot. Choice at this sale $22.50 Suits and overcoats that form erly sold for $25 going at $18.75 Suits and overcoats that form erly sold for $18 and $20 now $13.50 A choice line of suits and overcoats of the "Colligian" kind. Materials are all wool and the newest style. Coats and trousers p...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE Attorney Vern Brannigan of Newhport was a county seat visitor Monday, looking after probate matters. A committee from the Stevens county bar associa tion met here Monday to arrange a schedule of fees to be charged hereafter, and will make report later to the association. William Bird of Spokane became a resident of Colville this week and will bring his family later./ He is now employed at the Hub Clothing Company's store. Bro. Murphy of the Northport Rupublican passed through Colville Tuesday on his way to Walla Walla. The sentence is indeterminate as he is called there on account of sickness of relatives. Attorney F. Y. Wilson and G. F. Becker of Northport were in town Tusday. Al House reurned to his home at Valley Tuesday after spending a week here. Ed Degrief is making preparation to put up ice this winter. Miss Bowns, nurse at the Harvey hospital, was called to Springdale last week and remained until Tuesday, attending Mrs. A. L. Ralston. Deputy Sher...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 18 January 1908
. 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 THE MARKETS Meat prices furnished by Stevens County Meat Market. Grocery prices by Colville Grocers' Association. PRICES PAID PRODUCERS AT COLVILLE Beef on hoof 2 Live hogs 5 Mutton 3 to 4 Veal 4 to 7 Live chickens 8 Live turkeys 15 to 16 Hides 2c lb Potatoes 50 Eggs 35 Butter 35 COLVILLE RETAIL PRICES White flour 50 lbs. $1.50 Graham flour 10 lbs. 30 Lard, 10 lbs. $1.45 to 1.50 ( Hazelwood butter 40 Cheese 25 Bran shorts, 90 lbs. $1"25 Sugar-Cane $7.25 per 100, beet $6.50 Cured Ham 18, bacon 20 J. M. DUPUIS Proprietor J. F. LEIGHTON Watch and Jewelry Repairing All Work Guaranteed for One Year Opposite Barman's Store . The Colville Bakery and Lun...