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New Year's dances were held at the opera house
and at the roller rink Tuesday evening and drew
large numbers of the younger people. At the
opera house the Bennett & Walgamott orchestra
furnished the music, and at the rink the Thomas
orchestra played, with W. H. Ogle as violinist.
Miss Inez Fenn passed a successful operation
for appendicitis at the hospital Thursday by L. B.
The Colville young people who are attending
schools out of town are returning to their work
today after spending the holiday season at home.
R. V. Rigg, manager of the Cloverdale farm
near Chewelah, was in Colville Friday and made
the Examiner a pleasant call.
Professor Cummings has the honor of receiving
a life certificate from the state board of education
The real estate firm of Bell & McFarland started
the year's business conspicuously by making the
sale Jan. 1 of the Aubin place half a mile west of
Orin to J. A. Barney of this city. This is an ex
cellent farm of 80 acres and sold for $3100. Mr.
Barney takes possession immediately and will im
prove with a new house and set out five acres in
The moving picture subjects at the opera house
this week are: The Adventuress, Love's Tragedy,
Following in Father's Footsteps, The Bargain
Fiend, An Artful Husband, How to Cure a Cold
and Playing Pranks on the Gardener.
The Washington Chemical and Dentifrice Mfg.
Co. is making rapid strides in pushing the work
of placing Alo Tooth Cream on the market. The
Spokane Drug company will act as wholesale sell
ing agents, which is a guarantee that the produc
tion will be thoroughly introduced. The 20,000
shares of stock advertised for sale last week were
all sold the first day, and no more is on the mar
ket at present. Judging by the men who are be
hind this enterprise there will be "something do
ing" in Colville when the manufacture and sale
are thoroughly started, and this will be soon. The
samples which have been given out to'a few people
have elicited the greatest praise regarding the
merits of this tooth preparation, and dentists
recommend it as being the best on the market.
Colville has been desirous of manufacturing in
stitutions and now one is here which gives the
best promise of becoming a valuable asset in busi
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.
Attorney M. M. Sammons of Newport was a
county seat business visitor Thursday.
District No. 1 of the Stevens County Teachers'
Association meets today at 2:30 p. m. The even-
ing 'entertainment at 8 o'clock will have a charge
of 25 cents, which will go toward the fund for the
annual declamatory and athletic meet in June.
Julius Swenson and Baz Brown of Valley were
in town Thursday.
Morning subject at the Baptist church: "Want
ed, A Master." Evening subject, "I Press For
ward," a sermon for the new year.
On Jan. 7, Rev. H. E. Crowell will speak at the
Baptist church on "The Young Men of America,
Their Strength and Peril." This is an address
especially to men but all are cordially invited to be
present. Rev. Crowell was of late a professor
of the Bible in Moody's Bible School, Northfield,
Mass., and is now pastor of a Spokane Baptist
For Sale—Hay, grain and feed, delivered to all
parts of town. Phone 109. Lasswell Bros.