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NEWS OF THE WEEK IN COLVILLE I
Eugene Young and Ralph Baythan of Troop A,
4th Cavalry, U. S. army, stationed at Walla Walla,
were here on furlough spending their Christmas
with their uncle J. B. Fenn. They returned to
their post of duty Tuesday.
Hon. C. H. Montgomery was up from Chewe
* lah on business Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. J. B. Fenn returned during the week from
Athena, Oregon, where she has been visiting her
J. T. Grove of Deer Park was in Colville the
first of the week visiting among his Grand Army
comrades and renewing acquaintances.
Slater & Gnagy started their new planer Mon
day and are now turning out a large quantity of
The Misses Marguerite and Elinore Thomas
spent holiday week in Spokane.
Mr. L. C. Gibson and wife of Minnewaukon, N.
D., friends of B. F. Hammond and family of 22
years standing, who changed work with Mr. Ham
mond 21 years ago, in building claim shacks on
the North Dakota prairies, is now making a tour
of the Pacific coast. They will spend most of
their winter in California but will remain at least
two or three weeks in Colville at the home of B.
F. Hammond. We hope that we can interest Mr.
Gibson jn this part of the country and that he will
make his future home here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reynolds and son Robert spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Janus Shelton, who
are Mrs. Reynolds' parents.
S. D. Linn, postoffice inspector for Washington,
Montana, Oregon and Alaska, was a Colville visi
G. B. Aubin, who lived here until two years
ago, has been visiting at the home of his daugh
ter Mrs. E. L. Jesseph. His home is on the
The Bank of Colville has just closed its sixteenth
year which was the most successful in the bank's
history. Its stockholders, all of whom are resi
dents of Stevens county and representative citi
zens of the Columbia and Colville valleys, have re
ceived substantial proof of its prosperity by a 25
per cent dividend on Jan. 1, taken from its earnings
for the past year.
The Misses Louise Adams of Spokane and Mabel
Adams of Waits Lake visited at the Perkins home
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
One of the very pleasant social occasions of the
season was at Masonic hall Thursday evening,
when there was held a joint installation of officers
of Colville Lodge No. 50, F. and A. M., and Col
ville Chapter No. 57, 0. E. S. Punch, macaroons
and cake were served by the ladies throughout the
evening, and several hours of dancing followed
the lodge work. Music was furnished by the
Moving pictures have been the attraction at the
opera house and the large crowd at the last per
formance certainly enjoyed the pictures and illus
trated songs, if the applause rendered was any
criterion. The management announces that it has
secured the very latest "Pathe" pictures from the
Edison people and the pictures go to prove that
they are of the best type.
The illustrated songs, ' 'My Little Georgia Rose"
and "The Little Place that I Call Home" were
well rendered by Miss Heritage and received
hearty applause. These moving picture shows
will continue until further notice on Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday nights of each week, an
entire change of program being given each week.
Prices, 25 and 50 cents.
Coming at the opera house:
Jan. 4, 6, 8, 11, moving pictures.
Jan. 13, Opie Read.
Jan. 17, Minstrel Club.