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NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE
Mrs. J. B. Fenn has gone to Valleyford, Wash.,
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Cahan.
Miss Lilly Robson, stenographer in the office of
Slater & Allen, visited her home in Spokane over
Deputy Sheriff C. A. Ledgervvood went to Spo
kane last Friday on official business connected with
S. L. Wait, the very capable editor of the Valley
Tribune, of Kettle Falls, was renewing friendships
among Colville friends last week.
Ex-County Surveyor Clair Hunt, allotting agent
for the Indians on the Spokane Indian reservation,
came up to visit his family over Sunday.
Mr. and. Mrs. J. H. Young have returned from
Spokane where they visited for a week with Mrs.
Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Helberg.
Mrs. John B. Slater and son Ronald returned
Saturday from a month's visit with the family of
' her sister Mrs. R. N. Wright, in Lewiston, Idaho.
William Rittenger returned last week from Boss
burg where he has closed a very satisfactory run of
his threshing machine, amounting to about 40,000
bushels of grain.
G. H. McCrea, a leading business man of Che
welah, was among the delegates at the county Sun
day school convention in this city last week;
likewise Harvey Skeels of Addy.
Mrs. F. A. Savage, wife of County Auditor Sav
age, has returned from an extended visit with her
t-ister in -Grand Junction, Col. Mrs. Savage also
visited for a short time with a brother in Salt
S. Sogle, an old-time Hunter creek citizen, was
in town this week shaking hands with his pioneer
friends. Mr. Sogle is now a resident of Riverside,
Okancgan county, where he is developing the O.K.
mine, a rich gold property.
Owing to the short time within which this paper
has been issued since receiving the plant, we have
had no opportunity to reach all possible advertisers.
As we become able to give time to this branch of
publishing, everyone who wishes to buy, sell or
trade will be given opportunity to have his wants
represented herein. As advertising grows, the
news pages will be increased. There is no possi
bility with us of having news matter crowded out
by advertising. We can add pages indefinitely
and give both news and advertising their proper
With a large capital and a fine
equipment, this bank solicits
your account. The bank is pre
pared to extend every reason
able accommodation. "Call and
see about it.
Bank of Colville
T. Winter, President
C. W. Winter, Cashier
T. A. Winter, Asst. Cashier
Al House and wife were in Colville from their
home in Valley last week. Mr. House was formerly
a republican county commissioner and is now en
gaged in the livery business in Valley. While here
he attended to some land filings at the courthouse.
The Stevens County Meat Market is making im
provements in Colville and Chewelah that are a
credit to a growing county. A refrigerating plant
is being installed in the company's market in each
town that will have a capacity of 100 head of stock.
The refrigerators will each be 40 feet long, 12 feet
high and 10 feet wide. An ice manufacturing
machine will furnish ice for their own use but
none will be made for sale. This will be the first
refrigerating plant to be placed in the county.
Mr. G. W. Rogers and his wife departed for
Valley the first of this week to make their home
during the coming winter with a son-in-law, Clay
Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers have resided in Col
ville since April,, coming here from Idaho. They
have five children in and about Valley and now de
sire to be closer to them. Mr. Rogers has preached
in the Colville church of the Seventh Day Advent
ists and will come here to preach every fourth
Sabbath. During his younger days he was in the
newspaper business in Watertown, S. D., and Rock
Rapids, lowa, and when visiting the Examiner's
new plant expressed himself as always feeling at
home in a newspaper office.