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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
THE COLVILLE EXAMINER Issued Every Saturday by the Stevens County Publishing Company, Inc. Entered at Postoffice as Second-Class Mail J. C. Harrigar;, Editor and Manager Last Tuesday the state of Washington passed its 18th birthday as a state in the union. It is pleasing to note that with the approach of winter the climatic conditions in the vicinity of the Examiner give promise of being warmed by blasts of hot air from Nebraska. A local advertising sheet appeared last week with the startling statement that the Colville banks had suspended payment. Although the pa per's circulation and influence were not sufficient to cause the banks any particular trouble, yet an attempt such as this to further agitate financial matters is to be regretted from any Stevens county source. No bank in the county has suspended payment or even restricted payment in any way to injure commercial interests. The injustice of personal attack by a county paper needs no further comment than to call attention to...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
Buy Your Dry Goods From Dailey's and Save Money ■camY you afford itatthis^R FRED HOSS Only Exclusive Shoe Store in Colville Putman Boots "Bull-Band" Rubbers Repairing Neatly Done. Opposite Postoffice NEW GOODS Prices Lower Than Ever Golden Rule Store We have the exclusive agency in Colville for Chase & Sanborn teas and coffees and we carry a full line of them W.R. BAKER
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
Finances of the Country Unimpaired / The Absence of Ready Cash Is Simply the Result of V •M Republican Methods to Insure a Continuation to the wh \ Moneyed Interests of Our Republican Prosperity / Some of the banks of the west are now loosening their pursestrings a trifle and handing out cash in reasonable amounts for business use. Clearing house certificates are being accepted in general business transaction, and the money on which they are based is being hoarded until such time as the immense banking interests of the east shall conclude to let loose. When this will be is not just now apparent at this office, nor does it seem to be a matter of knowledge to any one in this vicinity. Everything possible seems to have been done to relieve the financial pressure that has been squeez ing the financial world for the past month, and as soon as the lever can be withdrawn from the squeeze being applied to the commercial depart ment of our body politic, we may expect a tempor ary relief from...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
National Bank Colville, Wash. General Banking Business Transacted REID & WINTER General Contractors and Builders Colville Colville Marble Works Monuments Headstones Closing Out Dry Goods at Co£t An Exceptional Opportunity to Save Money Millinery, Notions and Ladies' Furnishings MRS. M. A. CAMERON North Main Street, Colville What's the Use Of buying an umbrella and throw ing away the handle when the top wears out. We have Hull Detachable Handle Umbrellas One handle does for both parasol and umbrella tops and can be taken off instantly. They are cheapest and you have a better umbrella. B. G. Rich
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE L. L. Tower, the Northport civil engineer, was in town over Sunday. H. Eiffer and Anna Rust, both of Godfrey, were married last Saturday at 2:30 by Justice of the Peace W. L. Terry at his home. Attorney J. C. Harkness of Northport was in town Wednesday on business. Mrs. Wilmer Strawn with her daughter Edith will leave next Monday for their former home in Sullivan, Indiana, where they will visit during the winter months. This will be their first visit to the old home since leaving there six years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Strawn own a fine home one mile east of town. On Friday evening at 7.30 the regular quarterly meeting will begin at the Free Methodist church. Services Fr day and Saturday evenings at 7.30. Sunday services as follows: Sabbath school at 9:30, love feast at 10, followed by preaching and communion service at 11. Young people's meeting at 7p. m., followed by preaching at 7:45. A cor dial invitation to all. The city council met in regular session Tue...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
SAY! You will find a nice line of High-Grade Furniture at Kelly's In the Hotel Colville Block The prices will save you enough to pay the cost of a wedding trip if you are about to be married and needing an outfit. We are running special sales this month. Each day, beginning with Wednesday, has its specialties. Wednesday for bookcases, china closets and buffets. Thursday for iron beds, springs and mattresses. Friday for tables and dining chairs. Saturday for dressers, com modes and chiffoniers. Any day this month catches our specials in fine chairs, couches, davenports and mirrors. Any Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday this month. Frank B. Goetter DRUGGIST . Get the Best Here Expenses may be reduced by getting the best meats at this store at our fair prices. Only the best qualities here. STEVENS COUNTY MEAT MARKET Colville Steam Laundry California Wine House Family Wines and Liquors W- L- Terry Leave Orders at Postoffice Drayage Furniture Moving Colville Truck and Dray Line P. ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cornwall Nov. 11, a son. T. Ferris, of Deer Park, has been assisting with the carpenter work on the Christian church this week. A freight wreck between Deer Park and Pratt last Tuesday delayed trains even longer than is us ual on the Great Northern system. H. T. Grimm, of the Colville Abstract Co., and E. M. Heifner were over at the Bonanza mine and its vicinity on business Wednesday. The Colville roller mill will resume operations next week, but owing to the small amount of wheat coming in it is not certain how long a run can be made. C. W. Stanley of Blue Creek was in town Thurs day on business pertaining to his saw mill which is about four miles west of Blue Creek. He reports a general scarcity of teams for logging and hauling lumber. Miss Katharine Trevitte of Chicago will give a recital at the courthouse Thursday evening, the 21st. Miss Trevitte is a recitist and impersonator and ranks among the best. Selections from Riley, Field, Meredith and Kate D...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
J.D.MILLSPAU6H,mgr/^^ 'nc^ Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner &? Marx Headquarters for FINE SUITS OVERCOATS Great showing of the distinctive and fashionable cloth creations made ex clusively for The Leader. Your overcoat, in its season, is your most important garment. Wherever you go it makes your first impression and your last. Here's your store. We'll settle your overcoat question for you from the best to the economically good. It's a Hart Schaffner & Marx suit or overcoat all the time if you wear the latest. We keep them cleaned and pressed twice a month free of charge. . If you think John has gone back on you, just see his low prices
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
Attorney Douglas was in Spokane Wednesday and Thursday on business. M. C. Cooper, a reservation pioneer, was down from Rockcut on Thursday. W. L. Terry received a letter from his father, J. L. Terry, who left for Los Angeles, Cal., two weeks ago, that he had arrived safely at his desti nation. Registration books for the city election to be held Dec. 3 closed Wednesday, with the names of 180 voters on the list, as against 283 registered last year. B. F. Shannon drove over from Arzina Wednes day and marketed a wagonload of fine winter ap ples which he says are in extraordinary demand at good prices. Deputy Sheriff C. A. Ledgerwood drove to Hunter Tuesday to levey an execution on a stock of merchandise belonging to James Moore to satis fy a creditor's claim. Y. P. S. C. E. meeting Sunday at 6.45. Topic, "Wanted: Men for Gideon's Band." Leader, Dora Chrysler. A special program has been pre pared. Teachers and all young people cordially in vited. The Colville high school football team me...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
ianpherfors( Our stock consists of / i t ,,^™**™ FOX, light and dark, NATURAL MINK, BLENDED MINK, AUS TRIAN OPOSSUM, BEAVER SCARFS, LYNX, also a large assort ment of misses' and children's sets. Novelties in Coats, Sets and Small Furs, in Squirrel, Mink, Martin, Beaver, Persian Lamb Sets for misses and children The Store for Everybody LANPMER FURS ummtn run*
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
E. Jenny, city marshal of Newport, brought two men to jail yesterday for a boxcar burglary. John Herron, the first hotel keeper in Meyers Falls, was making purchases from our busy mer chant places Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Young, who was taken sick Tuesday and removed to Spokane, was reported by Mr. Young by telephone yesterday as being some bet ter. Frank Hofmeister, twenty years or more a resi dent of Chewelah, and a substantial farmer of that place, was among the business visitors in Colville Thursday. Frank T. Post, a well known Spokane lawyer, was here Monday representing the Idaho & Wash ington Northern railway in a legal contest before the superior court. R. E. Lee, of the Lee Hardware Company, this week exhibited one of the finest specimens of whitetail deer that we have ever seen—a 5-point buck which he killed in the basin last Saturday. A. F. Strobe, a leading real estate man of Che welah, was here Wednesday on business in his line. Mr. Strobe states that he is extending hi...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
. Heating Stove for the least money, we have it—COLE'S ORIGINAL AIRTIGHT WOOD STOVE- at prices ranging from $2 to $ 14 Logging Tools in the market, we have them—MORLEY BROTHERS If you want TINNING and PLUMBING neatly and carefully done, we can do it If you want anything in our line give us a call and be convinced that our goods and prices are right. All work guaranteed. THE R. E. LEE CO. The Store That Serves You Be3t Heimbach & Co. Teachers at the Institute next week we especially invite you to our store Great Reductions in All Lines of Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes, Ladies' Coats, Suits, Waists, Furs, and MILLINERY Our trimmed hats are the delight of our beautiful and up-to-date variety. Novelties of every kind and the most artistic and chic trimmings to suit the most fastidious. Now Is the Time to Put In Your Winter Supply and Save Money Mail Orders Solicited BLUE RIBBON LINE TELEPHONE MAIN 206 COLVILLE On the Corner Colville
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
Stevens county now has five United States land commissioners, located at Colville, Northport, New port, Hunter, Springdale. The city council of Newport has purchased the building formerly occupied by the Newport Miner and will convert it into a city hall. Howard Golden, who has been customs inspector at Northport, has been transferred to Molson where he will have charge of the customs house as deputy. C. T. Larson of Clayton was arrested last week on a charge of assault and battery upon his wife, who was the complainant. He was brought to Colville and bound over to the superior court, with bonds fixed at $300. Application has been made by petition for a post office at Cronin's in the Deep Creek section 20 miles northeast of Colville. About 80 families will be benefited by an office at this point. The entire matter has not yet been filed with the postoffice department, but will be soon. The Bonanza mine, four miles southeast of Boss burg, was closed last week for an indefinite period...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
W. L. Sax, President W. J. Shelton, Vice President . Henry R. Spedden, Secretary AfoftracAs Fire Insurance Notary Public Write to us for information. It is no trouble for us to answer letters Stevens County Ab^lradl Co. Colville, Washington HARNESS Collars, Saddles, Whips Blankets, Robes, Etc. . We manufacture all kinds of Neat ¥ T The kinds Nobby HoVI^DOO that Stylish 1 ldlllCoO wear well f f> 1 Proprietor Leo Laoraon, coivuicwash. The New Harness Shop The Place to Buy Harness J. H. STITZEL Photographer P.O. Box 30 COLVILLE Washington Frank Ko^lka, T a eiior ant Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done COLVILLE, WASHINGTC f Graham & Lynch •It «t» A ▼ ~ v Farm Implements + * * The only exclusive Implement Store in Stevens County We buy in carload lots, and for the same quality can give the lowest prices in this entire section Sleighs and Sleds Wait to see our large stock coming direct from the factory Colville Implement Co- Graham & Lynch
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
Practically every section of Stevens county is now working in accord with the state law requir ing Sunday closing of business places. County Attorney J. A. Rochford was called to Godfrey Wednesday in the case of the State vs. C. E. Brown. Appearance was before Justice Kirk, and the county attorney moved to dismiss. The charge was assault and battery. At the Echo hall last night was held a social fol lowed by a dance, the object being to raise money for the Christmas tree fund. A fine time was en joyed by those present and a goodly sum realized for the fund. The ladies each furnished lunch for two. Sheriff W. H. Graham was called to the Summit district west of Addy last week to investigate charges against P. L. Spaur of killing deer without a license and of selling game meat. The sheriff levied a fine of $25 which was paid. In this state the sheriffs and their deputies act as deputy state game wardens, and each county possesses its own game fund. Stevens county now has about $1,000 i...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 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 Stinger, 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 Scciety 2:30 p. m.; Chris tian Endeavor Society 6:45; Ladi...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
MEETING OF BANKERS. Bankers C. W. Winter, Hugh Wad dell and George Burdsal of Colville, F. L. Reinoehl of Chewelah and others representing the different county bank ing interests attended a meeting at Spokane last Sunday of bankers from eastern Washington and northern Idaho. Financial conditions were thoroughly canvassed. Agreement was made that Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma and Portland clearing house checks would be receiv ed in lieu of cash, and the railroads and commercial houses of this section have also assented to this basis for conduct ing business. Previous to the present money stringency about 93 per cent of the county's business was conducted on paper, hence for a short time no great inconvenience is expected in operating to a still further degree on paper. On ly about 20 per cent of the wheat crop has been moved, owing to the inability of buyers to get bank credit. This is now overcome and with the influx of money in payment for this year's great crop a general betterment of ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 16 November 1907
J.HLASSWELL&SON i LaHI " """"Tfff ™ ' v i ■ - I I 1 1 I 111 [ I , I ll'll .. 1,1 ■^■^— 11^ ■■" -^ 11,, "I Furniture at Rock Bottom Prices Beds $2.50 to $25 Springs $2.25 to $5 Dressers $10 to $35 Commodes $4.75 to $10 Dining Tables $2.75 to $27.50 Qyeen Tables $4.50 to $5. Don't Buy Before You Make an Investigation