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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 November 1907
Bouquets for the Examiner from the Stevens County Press The Reformer is in receipt of the first two issues of the Colville Examiner, Stevens county's long-talked-of ex ponent of simon-pure democracy. The contents of the new paper show it to be the work of an able writer, and its typographical appearance, aside from the form in which it is gotten out— which is said to be only a temporary expedient pending the arrival of addi tional machinery from the east—is very neatly made up, as its forms are from new and up-to-date type and material. The Examiner starts off with a good advertising patronage, and as it is backed by the rank and file of Stevens county democracy and claims to come to fill a long-felt want, there appears to be no doubt of its permanency. Here's the hand of fellowship to its editor and publisher, anyway.—Spring dale Reformer. The initial number of The Colville Ex aminer was a welcome visitor to this office this week and judging from its first appearance the youngster ...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 23 November 1907
J.H.LASSWELL&SON pSJI FOLEY & r\V) pAMQ |P " : I williams vJKLaAINo | 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 Queen Tables $4.50 to $5. Don't Buy Before You Make an Investigation
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
Bennett's Paint Store Headquarters for Wall Paper, Picture Frames, And Window Glass CARRIAGE PAINTING "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 ror oaie Torrey & Townsend Bowling, Billiards Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Accessories Rickey Block . HOTEL COLVILLE American Plan Rates $1.25 to $2.50 LARGEST HOTEL IN STEVENS COUNTY Colville Marble Works Monuments THE EXAMINER Has the Only New Plant in Colville The Colville Bakery Bread, Pies, Cakes, Rolls Fresh Every Day Open from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. F. E. Studebaker, Proprietor Livery and Feed Stable First-class Teams, Rigs and Saddle Horses to Let by the Hour or Day O. K. STABLE J. M. DUPUIS Opposite Courthouse Proprietor Colville Headstones and Lunch Parlor
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
THE COLVILLE EXAMINER Issued Every Saturday by the Stevens County Publishing Company, Inc. Subscription Price $1.50 a Year; 5c a Copy J. C. Harrigan, Editor and Manager Roosevelt Makes More Money—for Whom? When Grover Cleveland was president of the United States, there was a panic—a financial panic —in the land. The republican party press stood out in regimental lines and pointed the finger of accusation directly at the democratic party and charged to its policy of government the fault of the damaged condition of affairs. When Mr. Cleve land caused an issue of $50,000,000 in government bonds as an expedient for the occasion, there was a shout of derision from the same grand army of political Pharisees which could be heard from ocean to ocean, and to this day—or to be more ac curate, up to the 17th—republican partisans have pointed to the Cleveland bond issue as the cause and the beginning of the decadence of the republic. On the 17th of November, A. D. 1907, be it re membered, Theod...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
Buy Your Dry Goods From Dailey's and Save Money Holiday Goods Are now in and you will find an excellent assortment to select from. Winter goods are going fast, so don't wait too long to get what you want. FRED HOSS Only Exclusive Shoe Store in Colville Putman Boots "Bull-Band" Rubbers Repairing Neatly Done. Opposite Postoffice NEW GOODS Prices Lower Than Ever Go den Rue Store W. R. BAKER
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
should Spokane boosters place easterners on desert tracts, where fruit and flowers can only be coaxed to grow by filling the sand holes with water, when Stevens county offers natural fruit soil, climate, and favorable rainfall? True, Stevens county is growing. Spokane secures most of the business without seeming effort. It is the largest trading point for this section. Our growth is Spokane's gain. But Spokane cannot notice this fact in her hurried effort to sell city lots situated in the country, and to enforce Sunday closing without injuring the saloon business. Stevens county will bear watching. It is a trifle too large for one city to watch all at once, but it is time for some in that vicinity to sit up and take notice. It requires an object lesson to convince a person or a nation of error. The 1907 panic is a lesson— a severe one to many—of the result which follows a financial misrule. The party responsible for present conditions is now eager to propose changes. 1 'They can fix...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
The Finft National Bank Colville, Wash. General Banking Business Transacted REID & WINTER General Contractors and Builders The Lee Cafe James Case, Proprietor Best Table Service Banquet Suppers a Specialty Closing Out Dry Goods at Co£t An Exceptional Opportunity to Save Money Millinery, Notions and Ladies' Furnishings MRS. M. A. CAMERON 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. in City North Main Street, Colville B. G. Rich
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE I Miss Stella Dingle spent Tuesday and Wednes day in Spokane. Al House, the Valley liveryman, was a business caller here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Stenger returned Wednesday from their eastern trip, which they report to have been a very pleasant one. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Diffenbacher entertained his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Diffenbacher of Spo kane, over Thanksgiving. The enterprising real estate firm of Bell & Mc- Farland is moving into more commodious quarters in the First National Bank building. The first snowfall of the season visited Colville Monday, in quantity not sufficient for future refer ence, but enough to serve well as a sample copy. Frank Hoffman, representative of the Seattle Times, was a Colville visitor Wednesday on his regular trip through this section. He canvasses the county three times a year, spending about 10 days on each trip. The 11-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Luttrell died Sunday of inflammation of the brai...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 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. Call and see my new line of Imported Chinaware Johnson Bros.' Ware Hand-painted China from Limoges, France Haviland Patterns—Josephine, Derby, Portia Japan hand-hammered Brasses, Jap anese hand-painted China Izumi Jardenieres t Frank B. Goetter DRUGGIST . Our Meats are Popular 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 Co ville 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. J. Kirk, Proprietor Phone Main 257 No Work but the Be& Bluemcke & Roggenbuck Tobacco, Cigars Confectionery Stationery The Postoffice Store . All Kinds of Talking Machines Records and Supplie...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
Walter Woodard of Addy was a business caller here yesterday. Earl Godfrey of Godfrey was in Colville Tues day and Wednesday. M. A. Turner of Blue Creek was registered at Hotel Colville Wednesday. P. Henrick, who owns a ranch on Deep creek, was in town Thanksgiving. The Boss Store gave away 81 Thanksgiving tur keys with merchandise this week. J. D. Rogers, formerly claim agent of the S. F. & N., was in Colville Sunday visiting relatives. Miss Bertha Strauss was missed from her accus tomed place in the Boss Store the fore part of the week, the cause being illness. Mrs. P. R. Parks and little daughter have been visiting during the week with Mrs. Parks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Fager, on Narcisse Creek. Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wilbur and Miss Margaret Mitchell spent Thanksgiving at the home of C. R. McMillen and family four miles south of town. Fred Hall, son of A. A. Hall east of town, and his family arrived Thursday evening from Minne-j waukon, N. D., with their household furniture an...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Estey Sunday morning. Miss Gladys Hoffer has returned to her home near Marcus after a week's stay at the Hotel Col ville. H. Culp, a Springdale real estate man, was a county seat visitor Monday looking after business matters. L. D. Chichester, a former resident of the Blue Creek section, now living at Bellingham, was a Colville visitor Thursday. J. T. Hoyt, captain of drill team of Spokane camp W. 0. W. No. 99, will visit Colville camp Dec. 3. All members are requested to be present. J. A. Johnson is now custodian of the high school building but is given sufficient time from his reg ular duties to continue his excellent work as ath letic director. Charles Edwards of Valley was a Colville visitor Monday. He formerly owned the big McDonald ranch north of Colville, which recently changed hands for $21,000. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational church will hold a fair Dec. 6 and 7. They will have for sale articles appropriate for Christmas gi...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
Williams Original Dixie Jubilee Singers Colville Opera House Tuesday Eve., Dec. 10 Gentlemen's Quartette Ladies' Quartette Numerous Character Songs Comical Dialect Songs The Best Company of Jubilee Singers on the Road A thoroughly up-to-date entertainment meriting the patronage of everybody Admission Tickets on Sale at The Postoffice Given Under the Auspices of the Epworth League of the M. E. Church The town council met Tuesday evening at the courthouse, with all members present except Sten ger. Protests were made against Janet street grade assessment on grounds of faulty construction and excessive cost. Consideration was continued until next month. H. W. Silk appeared before council and expressed himself as having been willing at all times to donate right of way for sewer. The city attorneys were instructed to draw up contract with him providing for same. Final report by City Engineer Bonner on C street grade was read and filed. This report showed the work to have been completed ac...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
T. A. Winter returned on Wednesday from Chewelah after spending several days there at tending to bank business. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker and C. L. Baker spent Thanksgiving at the home of J. D. Rogers, a brother-in-law, in Spokane. Thomas Eddon, living at Deep Creek, is visiting his old home at Beaverton, Oregon, after being away from there nearly 30 years. At the regular meeting of the Eastern Star Thursday evening, Miss Hammond was initiated. Refreshments and dancing were features of the' social side of the evening. C. S. Voorhees, the Spokane attorney, well known throughout Stevens county, was a court attendant most of the week, being associated with W. H. Jackson on the Townsend vs. Dilsheimer case. Ed Jarvis and Nellie Hickman were married Wednesday evening at 8:30 by Rev. G. H. Wilbur. The groom is son of Henry Jarvis, proprietor of the I X L restaurant. The bride is daughter of M. W. Hickman of Stockton, Mo., and has been in Colville about two months. The couple is now re sidi...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
W. L. Sax, President W. J. Shelton, Vice President Henry R. Spedden, Secretary Ab&radts Fire Insurance Notary Public Write to us for information. It is no trouble for us to answer letters Stevens County Ab3tracst Co. Colville, Washington HARNESS Collars, Saddles, Whips Blankets, Robes, Etc. . We manufacture all kinds of Neat ¥ T The kinds Nobby I—l r\ yy\ /^ Q Q that Stylish 1 ldi 1 ICOO wear well Lf** 1 Proprietor co Laordon, c o iviii e ,w as h The New Harness Shop The Place to Buy Harness J. H. STITZEL Photographer P.O. Box 30 COLVILLE Washington Frank Kosftka Merchant Tailor Colville Washington P Graham & Lynch ♦ ♦ ♦ ■ 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 Gleaning and Repairing Neatly Done
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
NEWS OF TOWN AND VICINITY A turkey shoot was held at Blue Creek Thanks giving. Attorney S. Douglas has been in Spokane the greater part of this week. Mrs. Shaver, wife of Postmaster N. C. Shaver of Echo, has recovered from her illness. A freight wreck near Grays Tuesday morning blocked traffic for several hours, 8 cars being de railed and wrecked. A broken rail caused the trouble. R. B. Short of Wilbur came up Friday to visit his brother-in-law, County Clerk H. H. Shaver, where Mrs. Short has been visititing for several weeks. The Examiner this week publishes 658s square inches of editorial, local and county news, as com pared with last week's Index containing 412 and this week's Reveille containing 287. Willis Greenwood of Sidney, Nebr., is in town visiting his old-time friend Charles St. Clair. He has just returned from a visit through Canada and British Columbia and will remain here over Sunday. Fleetwood Ward of Spokane, residence in New York, was a Colville business visitor yes...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
ARTISTIC PRINTING The Colville Examiner is now prepared to furnish all kinds of commercial and job printing. The Examiner has the only new plant ever brought into Colville, and has no intention of doing any but good work. If you want samples or ideas on any class of printing, the Examiner has them. Good stock and good work are assets that ask consideration WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST ASK THE COLVILLE EXAMINER
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
f NEWS OF STEVENS COUNTY I The Eagles of Northport are making prepara tions for a grand masquerade ball on Christmas eve. Kettle Falls is making preparations to start a farmers' institute, the first meeting to be held Dec. 5. Joseph Lapray and Miss Essie Biddinger were married Monday evening at the Lapray home on Walker flat. Henry W. Sparks of Kettle Falls, Stevens coun ty's deputy fruit inspector, is over on the Colum bia this week examining the 20,000 fruit trees which are to be planted south of Kettle Falls. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Crandall, formerly residents on Narcisse creek, since then living at Portland, have leased their interests there and have returned to the former home on account of Mrs. Crandall's health. J. A. Austin, manager of the Detroit Lead com pany's property below Metaline, left there Friday evening for St. Paul, in response to a telegram announcing the death of his wife. He had intend ed to work on the Detroit property all winter. Complaint has been made of distur...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 30 November 1907
. If you want the best B 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 BLUE RIBBON LINE 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. cl^ The Store That Serves You Be^t Heimbach & Co. Watch for Our Grand Christmas Goods Display Great Reductions in All Lines of Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes, Ladies' Coats, Suits, Wai&s, 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 TELEPHONE MAIN 206 COLVILLE