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Colonel Hughes of Meyers Falls was in town on
Clair Hunt was home from Wellpinit several days
W. K. Sisk, general merchant at Rice, was a
Colville business visitor Tuesday.
F. B. Davis of Fruitland was in town Tuesday
looking after probate and legal matters.
The Stannus-Keller Hardware Company has
added a new eight-foot cutlery case to their store
A 12-pound boy arrived at the home of Fire Chief
W. M. Daniels last Friday. Here's a chance for
another fireman's suit.
The Thomas orchestra of this city will go to
Northport next Wednesday to play for a dance to
be given by the Northport band.
A. V. Downs of Northport was a business visitor
at the county commissioners' meeting Monday.
Mr. Downs is general road supervisor for district
Since the Odd Fellows have decided not to give
their New Year's dance, I have concluded to give
a public dance New Year's eve at the Colville
roller rink. Good floor, good music, and every
effort will be put forth for all to have a good time.
G. G. Dorman, manager.
Steam engines, magic lanterns, electric motors,
games of all kinds, chrocinole boards, dishes, dolls,
work boxes, brush and comb sets, military sets,
mirrors, glove boxes, manicure sets, cuff and col
lar boxes and a thousand other things too numerous
to mention for Christmas gifts at Carroll's.
Isaac I. Stevens lodge, Knights of Pythias, held
regular election of officers last Saturday night
with the following result: C. C, Dr. L. B. Har
vey; V. C, H. T. Grimm; prelate, Charles Adams;
M. W., Henry V. Lynch; K. of R. and S., P. R.
Parks; M. of F., J. J. Mason; M. of E., R. E.
Acorn; M. at A., H. E. Bonner; I. G., W. C. Sped
den; 0. G., S. C. Simpson; trustees, J. A. Rochford,
W. F. Diffenbacher and W. H. Jackson. Friday
night has been fixed as the regular meeting time
of the order.
W. T. Harris and Mrs. Mac Bay, both of Che
welah, were married at the Congregational parson
age in this city last Tuesday at 4:30 p. m. by Rev.
G. H. Wilbur. Their home will be made in Che
Strictly up-to-date work, reasonable prices, and
the ground floor are some of the inducements we
have to offer to secure your patronage. Justus &
Treadwell, north Main street.
Holiday goods of all kinds at Carroll's.
Episcopal services will be held at Highlanders'
hall Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Archdeacon
Henry J. Purdue of Spokane arrives today and
will have charge of services. Special Christmas
music is being arranged. Subject of discourse will
be "The Child in the Manger."
Judge A. V. Sheplar was here from Chewelah
Monday and reports that his town enjoys very fair
prospects for the establishment of a smelter
within the coming season of 1908. Certainly Che
welah has the mineral development sufficient to
warrant such ?.n enterprise.
The city council met in regular session Tuesday
evening with all members and all city officials
present. Ordinances Nos. 124 and 125 passed
third reading and were adopted and ordered pub
lished. The water commissioner was ordered to
lay a drainage pipe from the property of the Ad
ventist church to the stream which runs through
the court yard. He was also instructed to assist
the city engineer in finishing the map of the city
water works system, W. E. Murray to act in the
capacity of water commissioner until the map is
completed. J. B. Thomas was employed as city
engineer and ordered to commence the duties Wed
nesday morning, the former engineer, H. E. Bon
ner, retiring to devote his time to other work.
City Attorneys Jesseph & Grinstead were
ordered to take up the matter of controversy
over the south city boundary and make settlement.
The light committee reported that hereafter there
would be no delay in supplying lights to all parties
desiring them. Request of Smith & Van Buren
to post bills on city lots was rejected. The resig
nation of W. L. Terry as police judge was accepted
and filed. Bills allowed were: Lee Gaman, $11.50,
supplies; A. P. Trunnels, $1.50, labor; A. Denni
son, $1.50, labor; E. Allen, $1.50, labor; Al Droze,
$2.76, labor; Earl House, $1.50, labor; B. A. Turner,
$5, labor; Crane Co., $8.55, pipe joints; Statesman-
Index, $12.55, printing; George Vindhurst, $1.50,
hauling gravel; W. H. Pryor, $3, election inspec
tor; S. F. Sherwood, $3, election judge; W. J. St.
Clair, $3, election judge; building election booths,
$1; Northwest Light and Power Co., lights for
December, $65; lamps, $1.05; Colville Lumber
Yard, $4.30, lumber; H. Wade Bailey, $1.30, stenog
rapher; Jesseph & Grinstead. $5.05, filing papers;
Daniels & Bennett, $3.50, painting water wagon;
supplies, $1.50; Stannus-Keller Hardware Co., ser
vice boxes, $35.
Solid pedestal tables at Kelly's.
We deem it a pleasure to show you our work.
Call and look it over. Justus & Treadwell.
For Sale—Hay, grain and feed, delivered to all
parts of town. Phone 109. Lasswell Bros.
Kelly has Japanese hand-hammered brasses.