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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
W. H. Jeffries of Gifford intends to set out about 40 acres of his ranch to apples this spring. J. P. Fletcher's new house at Bissell is about ready for occupancy. Thomas Moore, agent for the S. F. & N. at Northport, is in St. Paul as a delegate to the teleg raphers' convention. A marriage license was issued at Spokane Mon day to Charles Miller and Nina Kinny of New port. A joint meeting of the postmasters of the fourth class and the presidential postmasters' association, which was recently organized, will be held in Spo kane this summer. It is thought probable the date will be for August 3 and 4. Charles Millers of Spirit Lake, Idaho, has bought from Sparks Brothers the west half of tract 39, Plantations, for $1750. Sparks Brothers will set the tract in fruit and tend it for the buy er until the trees are bearing. The Kettle Falls city council has raised the license for saloons from $300 to $1000, with no limit as to the number of saloons allowed. City Clerk A. R. Squire has be...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
John G. Kulzer is busy these days at his saw mill at Kulzerville. He has 200,000 feet of logs to care for and is employing a number of men. A marriage license was issued Wednesday to A. E. Robb of Maud and Miss Retia Marton of Gif ford, both well known Columbia River valley people. Dennis Tague, a Deep Creek citizen, has made application to the superior court here for a final certificate of citizenship. The application has been posted for hearing in June. A program was held at Twelve Mile schoolhouse Feb. 22 in honor of Washington's birthday. An essay was given by Mrs. Nelson, the teacher. Song and dialogue given by school. Essay by Ralph Laury. Song by Misses Mary Moran, Jen nie Berg, Hilda Friemer and Nellie Burdick. Mesdames Moran, Tomlin and Friemer were visitors. The Reformer is in receipt of a 36-page booklet descriptive of the Kettle Falls section of the coun ty and issued by the Commercial club ■ of that place. It is well illustrated with half-tone views of that vicinity, an...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
Metaline District Metaline district, on the Pendd'Oreille river in Stevens county, is an example of what may be done by the persistent energy of those who own property in an undeveloped camp if properly di rected and backed by a reasonable sum of money. It is not a newly discovered camp, having oc casioned a stampede in 1887-8 and again in the 90s, at which times ore was found of high lead values and carrying some silver. Isolation discouraged those interested and all except a very few of the pioneers abandoned their claims and the country. During the past two years there has been an in creasing interest in Metaline mines and a group of Spokane operators have been actively engaged in developing and equipping the mines there with a view of putting them upon a permanent profit producing basis. The mines of Metaline have been developed suf ficiently to demonstrate that all the ore is not on the surface nor are the ore bodies confined to nar row seams. Extensive stripping, various cuts,...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 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. 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 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 29 February 1908
. Our Tea and Coffee Service is said by our customers to be excellent because they were never served with any better tea or coffee since they be gan drinking either. There is a delicacy of aroma, and a peculiarly attractive flavor to our teas and coffees which soon makes them popular favorites in the most particular households. All we ask is that you will test our claim by a trial order. We know that you will after wards admit the justice of our claim. Colville Grocery Co. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Mr. McDermot and I have dissolved partnership and I will continue the real estate business alone, and in the same place on the corner of Main and Still streets. I will work through real es tate men in Spokane, also through other agents between the Cascade and Rocky Mountains. I also advertise as far east as St. Paul and Minneapolis. I believe that my chance to sell your property is as good as the best. Any one wishing to give me an extension of time on their property or list their property wi...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
Cbe Coluillc Examiner Colville, Stevens County, Washington Saturday, March 7, 1908 Issue Number 19 |r<i"-M •' ■'- ■ ■''*'"'•'■- .--\ '■'■ '.■' V " '"' ' -'A ■'■■'. -Lv '. .-?"' 1'- '.',•' '',''."'■''. ■' ' .' *" ' " ■■'-'■ ■'- —'' •-■ ■ '."■-■ '■'-;-'■ *■* ■' '•• (. f^^|| llU■••.'}••<''■■/■ ,- '.■";■ ' . " ''■" " v '^ J•' /• ' " ■"■-' :iu4^i^yMH THE COLUMBIA RIVER Along the Banks of Which Lie Fertile Valleys—A Garden Spot for Orchardists and Horticulturists
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 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^tka Merchant Tailor Colville Washington Smoke Colville Cigars Washington Cigar and Tobacco Company THE PEERLESS In Sufficient Quantities to Supply Homes For All." Also B. C. Timber Lands City and Farm Property For Sale The Lee Cafe James Case, Proprietor -Columbia Stables Gleaning and Repairing Neatly Done Fine Teams and Turnouts Horses Boarded If they could be made better We would dq it Geo. Stenger & Co., Props. All the leading brands of foreign and domestic cigars, wines, liquors and cordials. "CALL AND SEE TIM." "WE HAVE THE EARTH B. F. Hammond REAL E...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 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 Colviile, 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 Colviile 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 B...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
We Have the Be& SEEDS That are grown, so don't send away for eastern seeds. We buy the varieties 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 parlor All kinds of Baked Goods fresh every day, delivered free C1 V? Ci... J^l-^olr v P to any part of town. Why not give me a trial? * . Cv OtUUeDaKer, I lOp. W. R. BAKER Second-Hand Store Win. 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. — 7 March 1908
as the most important one that has come before the commission since its organization under the new law. The case is a decisive one and the out come means the success or utter failure of the Con gressional act to regulate freight rates. We be lieve we will win, as our showing before the commission was complete and supported by facts in ev^| T instance. "Spokane is not selfish in this; it made the case so broad and sweeping i that every inland city could at least get the benefit of a prececent. I can best illustrate this by quoting from the statement of our counsel, who, when asked by Commissoner Proudy at the Portland hearing, if Spokane would be willing to extend the operation of rates to all cities in the interior in the event of a favorable de cision, answered in the affirmative. All we ask for is a square deal in the way of just and reasonable rates. We have every cause for relief, and we believe the commissioners will see it in that light." William Goodyear, editor of the Colfax...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
/^m\ WE SELLTME"^^^W^ Our Men's Department Is Popular Because We Handle Only the BEST Our Clothing Stock is entirely composed of garments from the workshops of the Hart, Schaffner & Marx and the Banner Brand companies—the best makes. Our Hart, Schaffner & Marx, $18 to $35 Banner Brand, $6 to $22 No matter what you want in wearables for Men, Women or Children you can al- ways depend on getting the best for the least money at The Leader. J.D»MILLSPAUGH,mqr/^^ 'nc^J THE SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE. ASK ANYBODY suit prices range in the More New Waists at $1 to $5 They're just such attractive styles as you would expect this house to have. The ma terials are lawns, linens, ba tistes and mulls. The lingerie styles are prettily trimmed with laces, embroideries and tucking. The tailored styles are quite plain, yet very at tractive. None of them are expensive. Prices are $1 to $5 The New Wrappers, Ki monas and Petticoats in the New Shades. You should see the new things k ft-
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
The Northport News facetiously remarks that it does not believe the democrats of Stevens county will refuse to support Judge Carey for re-election because he is a republician. That would indeed be the very least ground on which to refuse him sup port. But if a corporation republican must fill the county bench, why make any choice at all? Let the one have it who most needs it, or who by de votion to corporate interests most deserves it. Democracy will attempt to carry out the idea of a non-partisian judiciary, and in this matter will seek the best man. Of course it may seem a bit un reasonable that the best man should need to secure signatures to that effect, or that he should rush to the front with a public announcement in the Index by the republican ring politicians, but the demo crats will probably overlook that part of it and support Judge Carey on the strength of the ex emplary record which he has not had time to make. The News does not state whether or not it favors the balance...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST New Spring Goods Are arriving daily. Every time you visit our store you will find New Mer chandise. The following new Spring Lines are here Ladies* Skirts and Suits Ladies' Waists—Derby and Marquise We have the Best assortment of Ladies' Belts, Hand Bags and Neckwear for Spring wear New line of Men's Neckwear just arrived—soo dozen of the Latest Patterns and Designs The Big Department Store F. Barman Colville, Wash. Stannus-Keller Hardware Co. Successors to Hunt Hardware Co. Stoves Tools Doors Washing Machines Ranges Paints Windows Wringers Tinware Oils Mouldings Wash Boards Graniteware Axle Grease Shingles Churns Colville, Washington Bennett's Paint Store Headquarters for Wall Paper, Picture Frames, And Window Glass CARRIAGE PAINTING S* Do you believe in them? IPTIS Y°u 3-ifc" " XQ X ±%*J FRANK A. KLEESE Leave Orders at Bennett's Paint Store NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Stevens. In the ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE j Miss Irene Lyman from La Grande, Oregon, is visiting her sister Mrs. Dr. H. E. Hall, and will remain all summer. Mrs. Adams of Loon Lake, mother of Treasurer Charles Adams, has been staying at the Emery home this week. She is convalescent from a siege of several weeks' illness. Miss Moxon returned with her, after attending her for some time. An informal party was given by Mrs. George Thomas Monday afternoon to twelve of her lady friends. The game of 500 occupied most of the time. Refreshments were served at five. H. C. Ewalt of North Yakima, more recently from Spokane, arrived in Colville Sunday and took up work in charge of the gents' furnishing depart ment at W. R. Baker's store on Monday. Although a young man he has had considerable experience in this line of merchandising and will give it his entire attention. Miss Teresa Rioth, well known in Colville as a trimmer who has been with Heimbach & Co. and with Mrs. Cameron, is expected here this wee...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 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. N. BELL Who Sells Land ? The Colville Land Co. City Property for Sale and Rent The Colville Livery C O. DUPUIS. Proprietor Besi: Turnouts in Colville Prices Right Drayage Furniture Moving General Transfer Work Colville Truck & Dray Line Wright & McDonald Proprietors L. M. McFARLAND Live Stock Insurance First National Bank Building Office on the Ground Floor EDLS ON 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. — 7 March 1908
Judge E. H. Carey is holding court for Judge Henry L. Kennan at Spokane this week. Services will be held at the Baptist church next Sunday as usual by H. B. Morgan at 11 o'clock and by Geo. J. Heimbach in the evening. The regular weekly men's meeting will be held at the M. E. church at 3 o'clock next Sunday. All men are invited to be present. Ed Hodgson of Springdale was a county seat visitor this week. He is interested in mining prop erties in the Valley and Springdale districts. Guy Brouillet has moved to town and occupies the house where Geo. W. Camp formerly lived. John Lance announces by a professional card that he is ready to cry auction sales, and will make a speciality of selling livestock. That he is excep tionally well fitted for this work is evidenced by his thorough knowledge of all classes of stock. A. B. Buchanan of Greensburg, Kentucky, arriv ed in town Monday to take charge of the dry goods department of the Leader. He will also attend to window decorations. Mrs. Bro...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 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 Finest Domestic and Key Wesft Cigars The Idaho Refreshment Parlors A. R. Thompson Soft Drinks of All Kinds Livery and Feed Stable First-class Teams, Rigs and Saddle Horses to Let by the Hour or Day O. K. STABLE Opposite Courthouse Hot Mixtures for Cold Weather Try Our Packages J. M. DUPUIS Proprietor J. F. LEIGHTON Watch and Jewelry Repairing All Work Guaranteed for One Year Opposite Barman's Store . Our Plumbing Work cannot be sur passed. We em ploy only skillful workmen, use only the most excellent materials and charge low prices. The Colville Plumbing and Tinning Co. D^^.-^v*^~ Sewing Machines of rvepainng a ii kinds handled b y an expert machinist. Years of experience Saw Filing and Furniture Repairing Colvile E. E. SMITH Society Printing See the Examiner Samples
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 1908
Al Weatherman expects to be able to leave for his home at Addy tomorrow after being at the hospital several weeks. Mrs. Call of Prosser was operated upon for ap pendicitis by Dr. Harvey at the hospital yesterday. Mr. Jennings will be able to leave for home near Godfrey the first of the week, after undergoing an operation at the hospital, where he has been since Sunday. ♦ Peter Mancino, the Italian laborer, is in a pre carious condition at the hospital. One eye was blown out, his left leg broken, his skull fractured, besides many flesh wounds. He is looked after daily by his Italian friends who have headquarters in Colville. B. F. Hammond reports that on last Saturday he listed property for sale to the extent of $100,000. A. T. Brownlow of the Chewelah Independent was a Colville visitor on Monday. As a matter of interest to the reading public it may be well to note the work being done by the Colville papers. The following is the number of square inches of local and county news publis...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 March 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 When You Think of Printing Think of The Examiner THE MARKETS Meat prices furnished by Stevens County Meat Market. Grocery prices by Colville Grocers' Association. PRICES PAID PRODUCERS AT COLVILLE Beef on hoof 3% Live hogs 6 Mutton 4Vs Veal dressed 7 Live chickens 10 Live turkeys 15 to 16 Hides 2 Ib Potatoes 50 Eggs 20 Butter 35 COLVILLE RETAIL PRICES White flour 60 lbs. $1.45 Graham flour 10 lbs. 35 Lard, 10 lbs. $1.45 to 1.50 Hazel wood butter 45 Cheese 25 Bran shorts, 90 lbs. $1*35 Sugar-Cane $7.25 per 100, beet $6.75 Cured Ham 18, bacon 20 Shorts 100 lbs. $1.60 SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Washington, County of Stevens, By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the honorable superior court of the state of Washington, for the county of Stevens, on the 17th day of Feb ruary, 1908, by the...