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Mrs. Frank Cory of Bossburg was a Colville
Mrs. J. S. Wright left for Spokane Tuesday to
visit her daughter for a few day.
George W. Thomas has finished enlarging and
neatly repapering his barber shop.
Sam Douglas announced Tuesday that his wife
is not expected to return immediately.
C. V. Sanders, a merchant of Evans, was a busi
ness visitor here Tuesday. He reports that sec
tion as in a very prosperous condition.
In view of the fact that there will be a city elec
tion in Colville on December 3, there is an inclina
tion on the part of those interested in the result
L. D. Worden, the Echo Valley farmer and fruit
grower, was in the city Monday accompanied by
his brother, L. S. Worden, a prominent citizen of
Charleston, Texas, who is here on a month's visit.
Dr. Harvey was called to Chewelah Monday to
attend the injuries of the two and one-half year
old child of Mr. Morgan which was scalded by
water from a teakettle. Dr. Harvey bright the
child to his hospital here.
J. King, son of C. King, arrived Monday with
his family from St. Cloud, Minn. With them t.
came Ernest Dickson and family and Andrew
Shindler from the same place, and all come with .
the intention of making Colville their horned ■
T. E. Newton of Shelbyville, Ind., secretary of
the Bear Mountain Mining Co., arrived Monday to
make arrangements for completing the assessment .
work on his property, which is located en the
Little Pend d'Oreille. He may .reside here per
Baptist Churcfi)- Morning subject, "My Breth
ren"; evening subject, "Repentance?l Sunday
school at 10- o'clock. Baptist Young .People's
Union at 6:30 led by Miss Rachel Moore. Prayer
and praise service Wednesday evening at 7:15.
Circle of King's Daughters meets with Mrs. JC. C.
Treadwell Saturday at 3 p.m. You are cordially
invited to these services, C. S. Treadwell, pastor.
The Modern Woodmen of America received a
class of seven members into their local, camp last
Saturday evening at th^Odd Fellows hall and the
time that the boys had is said to have been a whole
show, including the canvas. The team work was
put on by the Meyers Falls camp, about 30 of the
members of that camp being guests of the occa
sion. At the conclusion of the initiatory cere
monies a feast was spread to the jolly throng^.
Carroll's Wall Paper Sale—For the next 36days
I will sell wall paper at 25% off on all kinds.
A. Onstine, the Echo Valley sawmill man, went
to Spokane yesterday for a short business trip.
I. W. Exley returned Friday from Coos Bay
where he has been engaged for three weeks in
buying timber land.
Mrs. L. B. Harvey, wife of Dr. Harvey, returned
Sunday afternoon from a two weeks' visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Goakey, at Rice.
Mrs. S. S. Beggs has returned from a several
weeks' visit at Newport, her former home. Mr.
Beggs returned with her from Newport, after
spending some time looking after county business
on the Pend d'Oreille.
G. E. Langdon of Walla Walla, president of the
Upper Columbia conference of the Seventh Day
Adventists, arrived in Colville last Thursday and
preached twice on Sabbath, twice on Sunday and
again on Monday evening. He left for Spokane
A. J. Lee, proprietor of the Hotel Lee, accom
panied by Mrs. Lee and their two little daughters,
left on Tuesday for an extended visit to Mr. Lee's
boyhood home in Red Bay, Miss. They will visit
in Illinois going, and in Oklahoma on their return
home and expect to be absent until about January 1.
During their absence the hotel will be in the very
.capable charge of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weisgerber,
L. D. Whitcomb has sold his interest in'the
W. 3C. Mill Co. to Harry Langdell. The mill is
situated near Mud Lake and has a capacity of
20,000 per day.
H. M. Lund of Newport, Wash., was here Mon
day when he filed suit against the Idaho & Wash
ington Northern Railway whereby he seeks to
enjoin that corporation from occupying the streets
of his town for trackage purposes. In his affidavit
Mr. Lund states, in effect, that he and his wife,
who joins in this action, own all of lot 19 and part
of lot 14, block 12, Talmage's addition to Newport,
on which they dwell and upon which they have a
profitable hardware store located on one of the
main streets of the town. On October 24 the
aforesaid railway company with a large force
of men entered in and upon the streets in the night
time and by stealth undertook to lay tracks on the
street in front of their place of business. That the
street so occupied by a railway and sidetracks will
drive thetrading from the street and not only the
plaintiffs but other business places on the street
will be greatly injured. Notice was issued to de
fendants to appear before the superior court in
Colville October 31 to show cause why an in
junction should-not issue against them.
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