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The Colville Examiner will be issued every week.
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"Thomas Burrows of McClusky, N. D., has ar
rived in Colville and will remain permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker went to Spokane
Tuesday, Mrs. Baker to visit relatives for several
weeks, and Mr. Baker on business for a day.
C. H. Newton, a nephew of G. W. Rogers, and
his brother and sister moved today to Valley,
where~they will make their home this winter.
Lee Gaman received the contract today for the
erection of an iron warehouse, 24x80, to be erected
back of the Stannus-Keller Hardware company for
Miss Theresa Hofmeister of Chewelah, once a
popular teacher in the Colville public schools, was
recently married to Mr. Albert Ernest Braymer,
Jr., of Seattle. The young man was formerly a
teacher in the Chewelah schools. They will reside
Grand Master Graham of Aberdeen met with
the local lodge of Odd Fellows last night at their
hall and gave instruction as to the new legislation
of the grand lodge and information regarding the
work of the order. He also made a talk before
the Rebekahs, who rendered a program after the
lodge meeting and gave a luncheon. The Colville
lodge I. 0. 0. F. has a membership of about 150.
In the case of H. M. Lund against the I. & W.
N. railroad, Messrs. E. J. Cannon and Arthur ,B.
Lee of the Spokane firm of Cannon & Lee appeared
before Judge Carey of the district court this after
noon, representing Mr. Lund, who was also pres
ent. E. 11. Belden, attorney for Mr. Blackwell,
promoter of the railroad, appeared for the defense.
A temporary restraining order was granted as
prayed, and the probability is that the order will
later be made permanent.
Yesterday afternoon the Colville high school
football team played a game with the local talent
which has organized a team under the name of the
' 'Varsity' "and defeated them by a score of 6 to 2.
The town boys were much heavier, and in contests
of pure strength were superior, but the high school
boys are gaining agility and making it count.
Charlie Wright made some pretty punts yesterday
and the whole team played with a vim and snap
not shown in the game against Coeur d'Alene. The
only game now on schedule is at Oroville Nov. 16.
Several games _are being arranged for, one with
Coeur d'Alene and another with Spokane. The
Colville town boys intend to organize a team to be
called the Athletic club and have challenged the
high school for a game Thanksgiving, winner to
take gate receipts.
A. B. Sansburn has bought the residence of Tom
Dr. 0. W. Baldwin and J. J. Budd of Kettle
Falls were in town today.
J. M. Mohney and wife have returned from Spo
kane and will reside in their home in Meyers addi
Mrs. E. M. Heifner has been seriously ill with
nervous trouble for several weeks but is now gain
T. A. Mitchell, representing the Inland Cracker
company of Spokane, is here to be with his family
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