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NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE f
The new K. P. lodge of Colville has been named
the Isaac I. Stevens lodge No. 143.
P. J. Kirk has contract for driving the Hotel
Colville bus since the first of the month.
Miss Osa Brouillet returned Sunday from a six
weeks visit with her brother's family in Seattle.
N. M. Williams, a business man of Marcus, was
transacting business at the county court house
Leo Gordon the harnessmaker is giving neat
pocketbooks to his customers as holiday advertis
Mesdames L. C. and Irvin Jesseph went to Spo
kane Wednesday to remain for a week visiting
relatives and friends.
The traveling representative of the S. A. Max
well Company of Chicago sold to E. A. Bennett on
Monday 3,424 rolls of wall paper for spring
At the Baptist church tomorrow the morning
subject will be ' 'Four Symbols.'' Evening subject
"The Gospel in a Monosyllable—So." Special
music in the evening by the young people's choir.
At the evening service at 7:30 in the Congrega
tional church the pastor will begin a series of ser
mons on old testament characters. The first sub
ject is "Mirium, the grand and beautiful Old
Mrs. J. P. Judson went to Spokane Monday
morning to be present at the funeral of the infant
child of Mrs. Johnson, her daughter, and also to
be near another daughter, Sister Mary Eunice,
during an operation.
Miss Emma Ellison has gone to Spokane to re
main several weeks assisting in the mission work
of the Free Methodist church. Last year she was
pastor of the local church, since which time she
has been living on a homestead on Onion creek.
Bliss Phillips, deputy county treasurer, and Miss
Edith Jesseph are to be married in Spokane next
Wednesday. Miss Jesseph is a sister of Messrs.
L. C. and Irvin Jesseph of this city and has resided
in Spokane since last May. Only the immediate
relatives are to be present at the ceremony.
Charles Lingard is back from Hammond, Ore.,
where he has been working on the government
jetties at the mouth of the Columbia river during
the last summer. He is an old soldier and first
came to Colville during the times of the old garri
son 30 years ago. Colville is always glad to welcome
him back to headquarters.
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
W. L. Sax, U. S. weather reporter for Colville,
gives the following report for the month of Novem
ber: Maximum temperature, 58 on the 4th; min
imum, 17 on the 27th; mean monthly temperature,
37; greatest daily range, 30 degrees on the 11th;
precipitation 1.62 inches; greatest in 24 hours,
30 on the 25th; clear days 6, cloudy 13, part cloudy
12. The hardest killing frost was on the 21st.
Precipitation for the month was .68 less than normal.
A pleasant surprise party occured at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Dealy Monday evening,
when about 20 of their friends of the Christian
church came upon them unannounced and de
manded opportunity to help Mrs. Dealy celebrate
her 64th birthday anniversary. The invading
party not only brought refreshments in plenty, but
left a china teaset and a fruit set as mementos of
a joyous occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Dealy came here
four years ago from Boise, Idaho.
He had been hunting. On his return a friend
asked him "How many did you get?" "Only one"
was the answer. "Send me down a piece, will
you?" "Sure." And when the meat was placed
before him, nicely cooked, there was a warm spot
in his heart for his friend who would furnish him
a deer dinner. This same warm spot is warmer
now. Without further questioning, the hunter
had sent him a choice cut from the coyote which
he had killed.