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Jan Kubelik, the celebrated violinist, plays in
The Colville band rendered several selections on
Main street New Year's day and received much
praise for their part in starting off the new year
On New Year's eve the B. Y. P. U. held a social
and watch night service at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Treadwell. The Free Methodists held
special services at the church. The Junior En
deavor of the Christian church gave a social at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lasswell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coe and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Lilly of Meyers Falls were in Colville Thursday
attending the Coe-Wright wedding.
Pat Grace, living at Deep Creek, was in Colville
Thursday on his way to Spokane to visit at the
James Durkin home. Mr. Grace has been under
the weather for several weeks and unable to be
about very much. He has resided in Stevens
county twenty-two years and is one of the old-time
staunch democrats of the county.
Thursday afternoon in the parlors of the Hotel
Colville occurred the marriage of Florence Isabel
Coe and Leßoy A. Wright, Rev. H. A. Sheldon of
ficiating. The ring ceremony was used, following
which the wedding party of relatives were seated
at a beautifully appointed wedding dinner in the
hotel dining room. John L. Wright acted as best
man for the occasion, and Miss Mary F. Hayes as
bridesmaid. The bride has been teaching school
at White Mud and is well known in Colville, her
parents having lived at Arden before moving to
Meyers Falls. The groom is a son of John S.
Wright of this city. They are the recipients of
many beautiful presents and have the congratula
tions of a host of friends.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the Inter
national Mining and Milling Co. on January 2, the
following officers were elected for the ensuing
year: John Keough, president and general man
ager; Paul Starr, vice president; A. L. Knapp,
secretary and treasurer; John Keough, Paul Starr,
R. A. Thayer, L. B. Keough, A. L. Knapp, Wesley
Keough, J. D. Millspaugh, trustees. The inten
tions are to push work on their claims all winter
and try and be in shape to put in a stamp mill on
their free mining property in the spring. This
company owns seven mining claims in the northern
part of Stevens county, all promising properties,
in one of the best mining countries in the north
west. Mr. Keough, the president and general
manager, having had 28 years experience as a
practical miner, says he has the best property he
has had the good fortune to run across. He re
turns to the mine Monday and will have the assist
ance of a man the rest of the winter.
After considerable delay the cells at the county
jail are being placed in position. Reid & Winter,
the local contractors, have been kept from com
pleting their part of their work by the non-appear
ance of the steel work. Now all are busy over at
the bastile and the finishing process has com
The Seventh Day Adventists hold services today,
with Mr. Huntley in the pulpit. He is well known
in Colville and his parents live at Echo.
J. L. Eisendrath of Chicago has been in Col
ville this week meeting his many friends and go
ing over the accounts of the year's business at the
Leader with his partner, J. D. Millspaugh. Mr.
Eisendrath is an up-to-date advertising man and
the growth and success of the Leader has been in
part due to his wide experience in mercantile lines.
He will leave for his home Sunday.
We deem it a pleasure to show you our work.
Call and look it over. Justus & Treadwell.
B. G. Rich
Meat prices furnished by Stevens County Meat Market. Grocery prices by
Colville Grocers' Association.
PRICES PAID PRODUCERS AT COLVILLE
Beef on hoof 2 Live hogs 5 Mutton 3 to 4
Veal 4 to 7 Live chickens 8 Live turkeys 15 to 16
Hides 2c lb Potatoes 50 Eggs 35 Butter 35
COLVILLE RETAIL PRICES
White flour 50 lbs. $1.50 Graham flour 10 lbs. 30
Lard, 10 lbs. $1.45 to 1.50 Hazelwood butter 40
Cheese 25 Bran shorts. 90 lbs. $1*25
Sugar-Cane $7.25 per 100, beet $6.50 Cured Ham 18, bacon 20