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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 22 February 1908
George Coulter, for 25 years a resident of Rice, died at his home there at the advanced age of 80 years, last Saturday night. He was a veteran of the civil war. The funeral services on Monday were conducted by the G. A. R. post. The fraternal banquet and entertainment given last Saturday night at Northport by the Odd Fel lows, Eagles, Red Men and Western Federation of Woodcraft, was a pleasant affair. Plates were laid for 180 people at the opera house, which was decorated with bunting, evergreens and flags. After the invocation by Professor A. D. Foster a program was rendered. Judge Harkness acted in the capacity of toastmaster. J. C. Harchroad, merchant at Daisy, has sold an interest in his business to Messrs. Casey and Mon tese of Spokane. James Kent of Daisy has purchased the general store at Gifford and will take charge of it March 1. The northbound passenger Monday morning was delayed about four hours on account of a freight wreck near Addy. Spreading rails were the cause. Thre...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 22 February 1908
A General Directory STEVENS COUNTY Senator, A. W. Anderson, Rep. Representatives, R. D. Mcßae and A. W. McMoian, 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. Meet first Monday of month. COLVILLE Mayor, L. B. Harvey Councilmen, George Stenger, A. W. Cook, W. F. Diffenbacher, F. A. Sav age, C. E. Wingham, Al Lynch, J. H. Lasswell. Treasurer, P. R. Parks Clerk, A. B. Sansburn City Engineer, J. B. Thomas Attorney, L. C. Jesseph Supt. Water System, J. M. Williams Day Marshal, W. E. Murray Night 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 ser...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 22 February 1908
F. H. Stevens, living three miles north of Mar cus, had a hearing before W. C. Kirk of Marcus on Wednesday, charged with violating the school law which provides for the sending of children to school. He pleaded not guilty and hearing was postponed to Tuesday. The Great Northern cutoff near Newport will be completed this spring by the erection of a bridge across the Pend d'Oreille near Newport, which will be begun the first of next month. It is estimated that 300 men will find employment on this work. Kettle Falls will be the place of meeting of Dis trict No. 1 of the county teachers' association, on the evening of March 28, at which time the de clamatory contest will be held to select four pupils for the annual contest at Colville May 2. Interest is becoming strong in these contests, which are to beheld in each of the five districts of the county, and athletic work has commenced. Contestants in athletics for the May meet are limited to 7 from any one school. Work on the program for ...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 22 February 1908
George Coulter—Pioneer [The following eulogy on George Coulter is from the pen of John B. Slater, historian for the Stevens County Pioneer Society, and is a fitting tribute to the life and work of the pioneer who has aided in the upbuilding of this great western country.] In the death of George Coulter, which occurred at his home about two miles east of Rice, last Sat urday, Stevens county has lost one of its most sub stantial citizens, and a man whose real worth was not fully appreciated until he had bid his final adieu to 76 years of industry in this life. The son of Robert and Elizabeth (McVeaty) Coulter, he was born in the North of Ireland, Feb. 13, 1832. Two years later he came with his parents to New York, and later came to Stark county, Ohio, where they resided for three years, and in 1837 finally settled at the spot now occupied by Rockford, 111. It was here that George grew to manhood. His education was gathered from the wilds of the frontier, peopled mostly by Indians, and...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 22 February 1908
. It Requires Thought to practice economy in grocery buying and still get the best qualities. But that thought will naturally turn your mind to our store. In every line we handle, high quality is studied. Sugar, butter, tea, coffee, flour, cocoa, canned goods, cereals and everything else. ,<And it is not alone quality, but quantity that you get—the full worth of your money, and every possible satisfaction with the purchase. Colville Grocery Co. Since the new law requiring the state land commissioner to furnish the county auditor of all the counties in the state with copies of the circular announce ments of sale of state lands, it seems the county auditors have been paying the express charges upon the packages sent out by the state land commission er. A few days ago County Auditor F. A. Savage called the attention of the state land commission to the fact that he had been advised by Prosecuting Attorney Rochford that the express charge was properly an expense of the state, whereupo...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 22 February 1908
J. H. Lasswell & Son Colville, Washington BRIEFLY TOLD Sixteen patterns of Linoleum; twelve, six and three feet wide; at the old price. Carpets, Rugs and Art Squares, largest assortment in Stevens county. We can furnish your home complete with unquestionable goods at prices that can not be discounted. Music—don't forget we have it. Pianos, Organs and small instruments; none but the be& handled by us. Furniture, all kinds of Beds and Bedding, Ranges and Cook Stoves with all kinds of Cooking Utensils. China ware, White Haviland, English and American Ware at prices that will make you wonder. Don't forget the place. You are invited to get prices for com parison if you wish. J. H. Lasswell & Son Rubber and Box Matting for hall runs. We buy in carload lots only.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
E. M. HEIFNER Alimo Gasoline Engines Steam Engines and Boilers Sawmill Machinery Rubber and Leather Belting Packing and Supplies of All Kinds Colville, Washington M. C. KELLY Furniture W. L. SAX. W. J. SHELTON. J. B. REYNOLDS 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, Washington Frank Ko&ka Merchant Tailor Colville Washington Smoke Colville Cigars If they could be made better Washington Cigar and Tobacco Company THE PEERLESS In Sufficient Quantities to Supply Homes For All." Also B. G. Timber Lands Hammond & McDermont REAL ESTATE City and Farm Property For Sale 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 Columbia Stables JOHN W. WALSH. Prop. Gleaning and Repairing Neatly Done Fine Teams and Turnouts Horses Boarded We would do it Geo. Steng...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 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 Democratic County Convention. Notice is hereby given that a delegate conven- tion of the democratic party of Stevens county is called to meet at Colville on Monday the 13th day of April, 1908, at 3 p. m. at the courthouse, for the purpose of electing 26 delegates to represent Stevens county at the state democratic convention at Spokane May 18, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the conven tion. Apportionment of delegates from the different precincts of Stevens county shall be as follows: One delegate at large, one for each ten votes and one for each major fraction of ten votes cast at the general election, 1906, for Hon. William Blackman, for Congress: Addy 3 Arden 2 ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
We Have the Besit SEEPS W That are grown, so don't send away for eastern seeds. We buy seeds that are adapted for this climate and know that they are all right. McCauley & Smith Real Estate Town Property, Farms and Timber Lands Settlers Located Give Us a Call and Look Over Our Lists Office First Door South of Hotel Lee LOUIS DROZ Hay, Grain and Feed WOOD YARD Prompt Delivery to all Parts of City. Phone 177 confectionery The Colville Bakery LUNCH PARL°* All kinds of Baked Goods fresh every day, delivered free F 1 E* Qh-h-1 Klr v P to any part of town. Why not give me a trial? r . 11. OlUCieDaKei, 1 lOp, W. R. BAKER Second-Hand Store Wm. Buckley, Proprietor Cigars, Tobacco and Fine Confectionery Fine Sweet Apple Cider All Kinds Second Hand Goods Always on Hand California Wine House Family Wines and Liquors Bluemcke & Roggenbuck Made in Stevens County
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
The Taft contingent of the "party of prosperity" is busily engaged in assuring the republicans that the Roosevelt machine is in the lead in national politics, and all subservient newspapers show signs of dictated editorial and news matter. The Chi cago convention will be composed of 978 delegates, of whom 966 will come from the 46 states and 12 from the six territories. To nominate, 490 votes thus are necessary. Dividing the country geo graphically it appears that 188 of these delegates come from the 17 states of the free territory west of the Mississippi river; from the six middle wes tern states, 198; from the four middle eastern statrs, 176; from the six New England states, 82; from the three border states of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland, 78, and from the 11 southern states, 234 Taft is claimed to have the practically unan imous support of the states west of the Mississippi river; the support of the three border states of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland; Ohio, Michigan and Wes...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
1908's Firsft Important Sale of 1908 Shirt Waists at Prices that will Influence Early Buying SHREWD buyers purchase when stocks are new and assortments full, even if the temperature is a little lower or higher than it normally should be. Believing this, we launched this week a sale of 1908 Lingerie Waists at prices new to Colville—a sale without peer or parallel in the history of waist retailing—a sale that would be utterly impossible without the co-operation of three friendly manufacturers who were only too glad to keep their large force at work dur ing the panicky months of November and December, and meet living expenses. Hundreds of waists, and every one is as fresh as a snowflake. Fine in fabric, fit and fin ish. Dainty to look at, "comfy" to wear, even now, with the addition of an inside slip. Just the kind of waists you want—will want more than ever at these exceedingly low prices. $I.2sWaists $I.so Waists $2.so Waists $3.ooWaists $4.so Waists 89c 98c $1.98 $2.25 $3.50 Ten dif...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
I NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE f B. F. Goodman, who has charge of the Old Dominion mine, was transacting business in the city Saturday afternoon. A. Samuels, the successful fruit grower of White Lake, was in town last Saturday. Geo. S. Morley, general manager of the Colville Orchard Co., was up from Meyers Palls looking over the big 200 acre fruit ranch of his company last Saturday. Mr. Morley's friends are glad to know he is recovering from a recent severe illness. The ladies of the M. E. church spread a most palatable Washington birthday dinner in the Buck ley building last Saturday and were rewarded for their excellent service by a profit of over $30. John Wood, who has been spending the winter on the reservation side of the river from Williams' siding, has returned home to Colville. Henry Johns, formerly superintendent of the Napoleon mine near Boyds, was in town Monday, the guest of Sig Dilsheimer. He and his wife have just returned from a lengthy visit to Califor nia where the...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $7,500.00 The First National Bank Colville, Wash. Short time money to loan on ap- proved personal security Real estate money at reasonable rates on improved farms or ranches Oldest National Bank in Stevens County t Frank B. Goetter DRUGGIST . Dainty Meats are always found here and at prices that are most satisfactory to all. Give us your meat orders and you'll have good service as well as good meat. You can save money by trading with us. Stevens County Meat Market O. BELL L. M. McFARLAND Who Sells Land ? Colville Land Co. The Colville Livery C. O. DUPUIS, Proprietor BesT: Turnouts in Colville Prices Right Drayage Furniture Moving General Transfer Work v «t Colville Truck & Dray Line Wright & McDonald Proprietors The Live Stock Insurance First National Bank Building Office on the Ground Floor EDISON PHONOGRAPHS RECORDS AND SUPPLIES The most complete stock North of Spokane Easy Terms on All Machines H. B. MORGAN
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
Charles Ehrlich of Colfax was a visitor at the D. Barman home this week. The Fireman's dance last Friday evening at the rink was well attended and proved an enjoyable occasion. About $25 was netted for the fire com pany. Statements of the Colville banks appeared last week, showing deposits in the Bank of Colville to the amount of $324,220.74, and deposits in the First National of $158,621.10. W. C. Kirk, justice of the peace at Marcus, was in Colville Saturday. J. J. Charlton of Kettle Falls, formerly chief engineer of the Fruitland Irrigation Company, was in Colville on Wednesday as a witness in the su perior court. An interdenominational men's meeting was held at the Baptist church last Sunday afternoon, Rev. H. A. Sheldon leading in the service. Another meeting will be held at the Free Methodist church tomorrow afternoon. These meetings were arranged by the different pastors of the city, and are for the purpose of building up a spirit of unity in the work of the churches. George ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
id p. ft . B '.JHi!QBm li ,!'"* i*3!? i!J!8R!~ i - t >, • ,--» *. s '-»-* ~ j\v -, '* ■ •■-•;- rt' -v • ". • . S I 1 : ' . : '■■"■ ' ** Vi? -' ' * A ■ ■ ■ 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 Postof f ice Finest Domestic and Hot Mixtures for Key Wesft Cigars Cold Weather The Idaho Refreshment Parlors A. R. Thompson Soft Drinks of Try Our All Kinds Packages 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. F. LEIGHTON Watch and Jewelry Repairing All Work Guaranteed for One Year Opposite Barman's Store Our Plumbing l!SMi9^S^ The Colville Plumbing and Vll ll D^^^^^-^-^^. Sewing Machines of rvepamng a ll kinds handled by an expert machinist. Years of experience Saw Filing and Furniture Repairing Colvile E. E. SMITH Society Printing See the Examiner Samples
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
N. M. Williams of Marcus was a Colville business visitor Thursday. Mrs. John Raber of Dunn had an operation by Dr. Cook at the hospital on Tuesday and will probably leave for her home today. Mrs. Jennie Cahill returned to her home at Ar den on Wednesday, after a week's treatment at the Harvey hospital. Mrs. Gustav Hensing returns to her home at Addy today after being at the Harvey hospital for the last two weeks. John Friederichs of Genesee, Idaho, visited his brother Mat at the hospital on Wednesday and Thursday, and found him much improved from his siege of pleural pneumonia. Mrs. Al Weatherman was up from Addy on Wednesday and found her husband improving rapidly at the hospital. He will be out in about a week. John Keough has returned to his home at White Mud after his winter's work on claims in which he and other Colville people are interested near the boundary. He reports the properties as giving great gromises of returns. Henry Ells of Emeda, Idaho, will preach at the Seventh ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
A GIFT That satisfies both the sense of beauty and utility is doubly appreciated A fine line of sterling silver table pieces. Also the good old "1847 ROGER BROS." and the prices are right B. G. RICH Bennett's Paint Store Headquarters for Wall Paper, Picture Frames, And Window Glass CARRIAGE PAINTING THE MARKETS Meat prioes furnished by Stevens County Meat Market. Grocery prices by Colville Grocers' Association. PRICES PAID PRODUCERS AT COLVILLE Beef on hoof 3V£ Live hogs 6 Mutton 5 Veal dressed 7 Live chickens 10 Live turkeys 15 to 16 Hides 2M: lb Potatoes 60 Eggs 80 Butter 35 COLVILLE RETAIL PRICES White flour 50 lbs. $1.45 Graham flour 10 lbs. 35 Lard. 10 lbs. $1.45 to 1. BO Hacelwood butter 45 Cheese 25 Bran shorte, 90 lbs. $1*35 Sugar—Cane $7.25 per 100. beet $6.75 Cured Ham 18, bacon 20 Shorts 100 lbs. $1.60 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court for Stevens County, State of Washington. In the matter of the estate of Robert Wiggins, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
Mr. and Mrs. Gleason and family, recently from Michigan, moved into the Church house this week. The regular March meeting of the Colville Com mercial Club will be held Friday evening, March 7, at the court house. Owing to the illness of Aimer Turner, the home talent play "Bob's Uncle" was postponed from last Thursday to next Wednesday evening. The meeting of the teachers' association at Hun ters has been postponed from March 7 to the 14th, on account of the school election on the 7th. The Colville high school girls entertained a num ber of their gentlemen friends at a leap year party last night at Eagles hall. All reported a splendid time. Bennett's orchestra played at a dance at Marcus last night. Thursday, on Main street 0. N. Bell found the watch lost by Miss Graham several months ago. It was considerably damaged and water soaked. As it was a present Miss Graham was very glad to recover it. We settled up with a business man this week and charged him $2.50 for a qaurter-page adver...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
A. E. Randall, wife and mother of Meyers Falls were Colville visitors this week. The Colville city council has discontinued its weekly meetings, and hereafter will convene on the first and third Tuesday nights of each month. The sawmill at White Mud lake has been run ning seven men this week. Finish lumber is be ing turned out, but owing to bad roads the haul ing may be stopped soon. In the case of Henry E. Ludwig and Fred Mil ler of Chewelah, charged with forgery, a signed confession of guilt was secured from Ludwig by Prosecuting Attorney Rochford which completely exonerates Miller, and states that C. E. Newton is the man who was the accomplice. Miller was released last Saturday and the Spokane officers are looking for Newton. Wesley Morgan, son of Evan Morgan of Loon Lake, who has been attending high school, went home Saturday on account of illness. The I. 0. 0. F. degree team from Rice confer red the three degrees of the order on two candi dates at the Colville hall Tuesday even...