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A GRAND SUCCESS
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From Colville News Bureau:
Yep-Kanum. with all of its pleasures
and novelties and niceties, lias made
Colville talked about in all parts of the
country. Without organisation there
would have heen no Yep-Kanum. The
Colviile Cliaml.cr of Commerce boosted
and hacked Yep-K.'inum and m.ide It the
success that it was. Kollowlhk Is a com
plete list of the members of the cham
ber of commerce:
Bank of Colville.
First National Bank.
Colville Loan and Trust Company.
Ileiml.ach & Company.
Clothing and Furnishings—
Ileiml.ach >?• Company.
Stevens Com,l;. Jtrat Company.
Colville Meat Company.
Stnunus-Keller Hardwaiu Coinuuny.
The it. EG, i.ne Company.
Colville Drug Company
F. H. Goetter.
Tiie v. B. i.cc Company,
Oeorga Btenger & Company
Cliauncey St. Clalr.
Jarchow Smoke House.
Cecil W. Wilmot's.
.1. A. Hice.
H. G. ltlch.
Colville DriiK Company.
J. A. Rice's.
Paint, Paper, Bite.—
B. W. Emery.
C. 11. Carroll.
Colvllle Plumbing Company.
Stevens County Power and Light Co.
Title Guaranty & Investment Co.
Colvllle Land Co.
Me K.al Kstate Agency.
Square Deal Heal ICstate Co.
George a. Burdsal.
Colvllle Steam Laundry.
VV. S. Prindle.
Colvllle Implement Company.
Physicians and Surgeons—
Dr. a. n. Cook.
Dr. L. B. Harvey.
Dr. 1. S. Clark.
Dr. S. W. Wlnn.
Dr. W. F. DifTenbaclier.
Dr. 11. A. Day.
Hen's Barber .shop.
C. A. Moore.
Buchanan & Zalesky.
M. It. Strong.
O. H. llawortli.
Dr. Bernard Johnsen.
.lackson & Bailey.
.lesseph & (iriiißtead.
B. A. Tliayer.
W. l.on Johnson.
J. A. Hochford.
Stull & Wentz.
Treadwell's Face House.
F. E. Koeler.
<). X, Barn.
D, H. Kimple.
F. li. Vanish.
D. H. Kimple.
Grand (Williams & Gardner).
Uleason Transfer Company.
Auto Repairs and Supplies—
Heimhach & Company.
Hay. Peed, Grain and Seeds—
Colvllle Feed Store.
Colvllle Paint and Paper Store.
Stannus-Keller Hardware Company
Monuments and granite works—
Colville Marble and Granite Works.
Billiards and Pool-
Chan St. Clalr.
Cecil \V. Wilmot.
C. K. Baeumle.
W. I.on Johnson.
L. B, Jesseph.
C. A. Helierllng.
A. D. Foster.
A. W. Cook.
S. B, Barnes.
L. B. Harris.
A. J, Montgomery.
A. F. Perkins.
G. H. Rice.
A. B. Sansburn.
J. H. Young.
W. J. Shelton.
P. R. Parks.
George S. Morley.
W. C. Vllwock.
W. O. Cummlngs.
G. W. Dexter.
W A. Burnam.
H. M. Dexter.
C. M. Durland.
J. C. Eakle.
A. E. Keller.
W. C. Keller.
J. U. Lasswell.
W. W. Campbell.
The following committees had cliarge
Finance, W. L. Sax.
Publicity and band, P. R. Parks.
Attractions, C. L. Baker.
Exhibits, H. T. Wentz, S. S. Begifs,
G. B. Ide, W. W. Campbell.
Horse races, George Stenger.
Sports, Grover Graham.
Special and display limiting, K. R.
Williams, I). M. Hurt,' Wlllett Broß.
Schools children'! day, A. D. Foster,
\V. I). Cummlngl, school hoard.
Decorations, ladles' Improvement club,
Parades, U <:. Keller.
Dances, 11. M. Dexter.
Entertainment committee, Mayor A.
li. Cock and assistants.
(Wan.l marshal of the fair, J. D. Hanly:
aides, Dr. Hendley and Leo McCarty.
Construction, Chan St. Clair.
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Following is a descriptive nut of tha
down-town places of business In Col
vlllu that kcit decorated in honor of
the Vep-Kanum festivities:
Stitzi-I building—Q. H. Ide, real estate;
Mrs. Kathrine S. Me, United States land
commissioner- -Flags, bunting, displays
..I frult> ami vegetables.
Hotel Colville—Bunting of national
colon, Hajfs and Yep-Kanum colors.
Exhibition hall—Unique window dis
plays of fruit, outer decoration! of
bunting, streamers and tl»K8.
Stiir Cafe —Hunting, Hans, electric
lltfhts tinted with Yep-Kanum colors.
Leo Gordon's harness shop—Artistic
window, sketch of Indian warrior, car
toon of Mutt and Jeff brought up to
date, Yep-Kanum colors.
Chan St. Clalr—Flags, window dis
plays of fruits and vegetable!.
Etloltey Mock—Faced with Yep-
Kanum colors from top in sidewalk,
Colville Abstract Company, Henry R.
Hpedden, manager — Upper half of front
elevation hanked with rep-Kanum col
Btannus-Keller Hardware Company—
Fifteen-foot facade at curli. national
and Yep-Kanum colors, brilliantly il
Bam Douglas— Yep-Kanum pennantß.
tielmbach & Company—Awning ed^sd
« ilh national colors.
California Bakery. Charles Baumele—
SI learners of Yep-Kunuin colors, lla«s,
tinted electric lights.
Barmans—elaborate window decora
tions, the words "Barmans" and "Wel
come Wrought on white background
with apples, holly leaves In terwineii.
artistic effects, flags, Japanese lanterns.
Thomas Aspend's hai her shop—Na
tional colors, hunting ami flags.
Telephone exchange -Flags and
streamers, gorgeously illuminated with
Colvllle Loan and Trust Company—
Yep-Kanum bunting, leaves. Mowers,
Banna Bros.—Yep-Kanum pennants.
Dortnan Caf< —National colors, Haws.
Hotel Lee— Steamers of national col
ors, Hans. Yep-Kanum pennants.
Wlngham'a City Meat Market—Na-
That Nobby Shop—Yep-Kanum ool
ors<and pennants, nags,
11. I). Jarcho —Orescent moon on back
ground of national colors, tinted electric
C. A. Moore's barber shop— Yep-
Colvllle i>mg Company—National
and Yep-Kanum colors, novel moving
sign of artistic design made by In
ventor Hendrtcks of this city; made out
<>r cardboard; caused much favorable
(Julvllle theater—National colors,
Prindle'i undertaking parlors — Yep-
X.l nnii] pennant*, iloral display.
ICnapp'a real estate oftice— Flags, dis
play of choice fruit and vegetables.
.1. I). Casey & Son—Arch at curl, line
hearing the words: "Yep. The store
fur bargain!, Welcome." Yep-Kan.ini
an,d national colors.
Colvllle Land Company—Flags,
First National Bank—Front faoed
with Yep-Kanum colors, ila;js and na-
Jesseph it Qrlnstead—National col
Rev, MoChesney, Flags.
" Candy shop—National colors.
Treadwell's Face House—Flags, na
tional and Yep-Kanum colors.
George ninth's garage —Yep-Kanum
Farmera' Btora —Flags, bunting, na
tional und Vep-Kanum oolori, flue win
dow display of products of the city
View fruit farm conducted by B, M.
Ben Aspand's barber shop -Flags and
city library—Tep-Kanutn oolori.
Ouiviiiu Paint and Paper store —
Pergola at curb line, national anil Yep-
Kanum oolori, artistic electrical ef
Lee Hardware Company—Flags, na
tional colon, Yep-Kanum effuota, strik
wlndow display by v Loew, taxidermist
of Colvllle; Indian camping scene, true
to life, confederate money.
Qoetter'a driii* store—National and
Vep-Kanuni colors, llorul display.
Lee Strauss—Yep-Kanum colors,
tinted electrical lights, artistic shad
ColVllle lMiiinbiiiK and Tinning Oom
pany—National and Yep-Kamun colors,
By wheel of gasoline engine in win
dow wrapped with carnival colors, pro
ducing novel effect.
Colville Leader —This store enjoys the
distinction of making the first Yep-
Kanum decoration; at curb line an arch
twelve feet high, adorned with Yep-
Kanum colors and bearing the words
"John" and "Welcome," penciling dona
by ciark Mlllspaugh, elaborate displays
of all kinds of native farm product!
by W. A. Hughes of Crystal Falls and
c. c. Treadwell of Colville, attractive
electrical effects. The interior of this
store was v mass of carnival colors,
and "John" was In the midst of It all
in Irrldescent glory.
Mrs. .1. !•'. Lelghton- National and
Yep-Kanum colors, word ■Welcome'
wrought in leaves on White back
ground prodiicinK pleasing effect.
J. R Lelghtoni barber shop—Nation
al colon, tia B s.
<'. H. Carroll's drut? store —Yep-
Kanum anil national colors, window
displays of fruits of thu farm by C. li.
Morrison, C. C. Treadwell, A. P. Trun
nels, Archie Douglass, Miss Anna
Sparks. Thomas Crandall, C. C. Christ
man, Mrs. Jesaepta and C. l.acey. These
displays attraoted crowds of spectators
day and evening.
Acorn bros.—National and Yep-
Kanum colors, fine window displays of
farm products by Hoy Acorn, William
kaney, K. Hrady, C. C. Treadwell, Swan
Nelson, ti. B. Ide, Ham brothers.
J'ostoflice—National and Yep-Kanum
banners, streamers and pennants.
Dr. L, U. Harvey-National and Yep-
IJr. W. F. Dlftenbaoher—Flags and
Hank of Colville—National and Yep-
Kanum colors, buntinK, Ilajjs, Japanese
lanterna, splendid effects.
Hand and speakers' stand, Main street
and Astor avenue— Elaborately deco
rated with national and Yep-Kanum
Ueorge Stengel-—National colors.
iHlpuis meat market—National colors.
B. G. Well—Artistic statue of Car
men in window, illumlnati'il with elec
tric lights tinted with Yep-Kanum col-
Colville Dray Line—National colors.
W. C. T. U. headquarters—Nutlu'ial
Colville photograph gallery, opposite
Hotel Colville—National and Yep-
Kanum colors, exceptionally fine dis
plays of photographic work.
Bixaralner —National colors.
Frank Kostka—National and Yep-
Kanum colors, line window display of
choice products of the soil.
Stevens County Abstract Company,
W. L,. Sax, manager—National colors,
Stevens County Power and Llgnt
Company—National and Yep-Kanum
J. A. Rochford—Flags.
Colville Hakory—National colors,
Old Dominion Creame •>■ —National
City fire department—National colors.
Hayward O. Bair—National and Yep-
Kanum colors, illuminated triangle.
Willett Bros.—National and Yep-
Kanum colors, various colored and
novel, electrical effects.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, September 28, 1912
l>r. \\\ Migliell—Flags.
Mayor A. B. Cook—National and Yip-
K. A. Thayer —Flags.
Jackson & Halley—Flags.
Stull & Went/.—Flags.
Stevens County l-.and Company —
Mrs. Albert (ludmansen —National col
Colville Creamery—National and l'ep-
The parade Tuesday, led by the Col- i
ville band of twenty pieces was followed
by thirty-five elegantly decorated au
tomobiles and nearly one thousand
school children from Colvllle and sur
The formal 'Opening of Yep-Kamwn
was by Princess Amatap, who, with tiie '
k.-y of the city, presented to her by
Mayor A. B. Cook, stood In a handsome
ly decorated automobile and In iub
■tanoe said: "1, Amatap, princess uf
Yep-Kanum, do now welcome all these
people t" our sports, races and games.
No warwhoop will be heard here, but we
will sing, dance and play our games in
peace. The strangers will be made wel
come, and when they go away they will
say they like Yep-Kanum. And next
year you will all return to see Aniatap
and Yep-Kanum. And now Amatap de
clares Vep-Kanum open for three days
and three nights." The princess was
.I.C. llarrigaii (Senator Sorgham from
MlMourl) introduced President Taft
(John B, Slater), who made a short and
Interesting talk, which was frequently
Interrupted ..■■ chean and applause.
Professor Ue Oerro then performed on
the high wire, and his feats were
watched with Interest. In the foot
races, tlalph Qoetter took first prize and
Qrover Graham second in the free for
all 100-yard dash.
In the boys' seventy-flve-yard dash
Hugh Uorton took tirst prize and Ouy
Kelnhola leoond, In the girls' race
Doris Allin was fir it mid Beulali Shoe
in the high school football game be
tween Marcus and Colville the home
team was defeated in a score of 13 to 6,
Wednaaday m a day of. Interesting
(eaturei at Yep-Kanum. The (rand
parade at 1 o'clock, Jed by the Colville
baud of twenty pieces, Princess Amutap
and her party, was followed by a long
line ol deoorated autos, ball teams, com
mercial travelers, cowboys ,uid cowgirls
"ii prancing cayuses, Indians on burk
ing broneoi, intermingled with comical
elowm and oallthumpiane. At a o'clock
the entire carivansary crowded the
■treat! around the speakers' platform
In hear what Woodrow Wilson had tv
way. The democratic from New Jersey
was impersonated by Prosecuting Attor
ney Howard W. itull, and introduced by
I. C. llarrigan under the guise of
Colonel LSoggs of Virginia an ancient
friend of the Wilson family. The char
acter was well taken and the speaker
was frequently interrupted by applause
and rounds of cheers.
The cowboys, cowgirls and Indian
dancing and reckless riding on Main
street made a realistic scene of wild
The bronco bucking In the ball park
after the game, was interesting to
horsemen and thtililng to "tenderfotos."
During the band concert at night over
one thousand people of all ages spent
an hour in a terrible storm of confetti.
The dance ill the Masonic temple was
formally opened at 9 o'clock by Princess
Amatap on the arm of President Keller,
and for three hours the big hall was
tilled with gayety and good music.
The ball game here on Wednesday
with the Fort Wright colored suldiers
was probably the fastest game ever wit
nessed on the Colville diamond. The
visitors were out played at every stage
of the game, making eight errors to
Colville'! two. Five lilts were made
l>y the visitors, while the Colville boys
landed on six. NaVarre struck out
eleven, while the colored twhler fanned
nine. NaVarre did not walk a single
man, but Merchison and Scott gave two
men basses on balls. The game ended
in a score of five to four In favor of the
home team. The visiting team is con
sidered one of the fastest aggregations
in the northwest that are playing in
dependent ball, but have been defeated
here five out of eight games played.
This was the first defeat for the colored
team this season.
Thunday, the last day of Yep-Kunum,
opened With ii speech from the band
staiul hy W. C. Jones or Spokane at 11
o'clock. The speaker, although a can
didate for ottice, did not allude to poli
tics or Ills candidacy, but In accordance
With the suliject assigned him hy the
committee devoted an hour talking to
farmers and grangers, relating many
remlnlioenoea of pioneer life In Colvllle
and Stevens county.
As In the two days previous, at 1
o'clock the Brand parade was led by the
Colvllle hand and Princess Amatap and
her party, followed hy a long line of
decorated automobiles, and at 2 o'clock
the Intersection of Main avenue and
Astor street was blockaded with
throngs of people who were anxious to
hear and see the original and genuine
"Bull Moose." The role was taken by
County Auditor L, E. Jesseph, who
When Introduced by his campaign man
ager, Congressman Windy, gave an In
teresting talk on the Teddy Roosevelt
theory. After the "Hull Monger" had
finished and retired to the jungles, 11.
H. Martin, socialist candidate for con
gress, took the platform as Eugene V.
Debs. Mr. Martin, who is an eloi4uent
speaker, talked seriously on polities
from a socialistic point of view.
At 3:3« nearly 1000 people were
assembled in the ball park to witnes.s
the game between Fort Wright and the
home team. At 2:45 Princess Amatap
appeared in front of the big grand
stand and announced batteries, and
pasing a new ball over home plate said
"play hall." The visitors were In right
ing trim and in spite of the four pitch
ers that were brought In to play the
OOlored soldiers they never quit slug
ging until ten of their men had crossed
home plate. Urover Graham saved th<>
team from a shut out by smashing a
home run In the eighth inning.
The masquerading on the streets dur
ing the band concert in the evening was
enjoyed by hundreds who were out for
a good time. The masked ball at the
Masonic temple was a grand success
from every point of view, and at 1 a. m.
the dance was over, which formally was
the closing of Colvllles YEP-KANUM.
The .Stevens County Power and J-lght
Company Is to be congratulated because
of the splendid service during Yep-
Kanum. Manager Wllliami instructed
every employee of the company to use
extraordinary precautions. As a result,
the electric juice never failed for a
W. A. Hughes won the first prize for
district display of products of the soil
from Crystal Falls district. He thinks
he has won about half of all the Other
prizes on grains and vegetables.
Four Colvllle boosters made a record
aut'i run Monday night. B. M. Casey
of Incliellum is tlie possessor of an In
dian costume worth several hundred
dollars, which he hail promised as a
costume for Princess Aniatap in the
parade Tuesday. The suit failed to ar
rive and at 9 p. m. a car was secured
and the quartet started for Inchelium
to secure the costume. They arrived at
Cnlville before morning with the suit,
having covered about 120 miles of
country roads In the trip. The men
making the run were: VV. W. Campbell,
secretary of the chamber of commerce
H, \V. Silke, W. A. Rurnam and Charles
Princess Amatap, gowned In the val
uable buckskin robe owned by Earl M.
Casey of Daisy, presented a pleasing
picture of Indian life. She was attended
by three maids of honor. Mesdaine?
W. R. Baker, P. R. Parks. .1. C. Harrl
gan, all dressed in Indian costume.
W. It. Baker, dressed as an Indian war
rior, and liis son Clement, dressed as a
papoose, occupied the front seat of the
Baker auto, which carried the princess
party throughout the Yep-Kanum.
The auto owner! of Colville did them
selves proud In getting into the parades
with beautifully decorated machines. It
shows them to be a live bunch. And it
might be here stated that many were
the remarks that the Tuesday parade
was the prettiest ever seen in the In
Four business houses had special
framework erected over the sidewalk
and special decorations suspended
therefrom—B. W. Emery, Leader, Stan
nus-Keller, Casey & Son.
Bandstands were erected on Astor
■tract and First avenue. The Colville
hand, under Director Louis Fontaine,
did excellent work, and received much
praise. Nelson, the drummer expert
from Spokane, played in the band, and
also in the orchestra nights fur the
dance. Other orchestra members wire:
Dr. W F. Diffenbaoher, L. M. McFar
land, Ben Aspend.
John's window at the Leader contain
ed a display of vegetables from the
Hughes homestead at Crystal Falls.
Frank Kostka displayed a window of
home grown vegetables from his place
at the south limit of the city.
Main street for two blocks was dec
orated with electric lights strung five
feet apart, ten feet above the edge of
the sidewalk. Arc lights were placed
over the center of the street, 30 feet
The exhibit hall, In Hotel Colville
building, was in charge of H. T. Wontz,
and the exhibits were good, although
not so numerous as they win he another
The school district exhibition of veg
etables and handiwork produced by
grade students brought much favorable
The governing board of the chamber
of commerce had headquarters in the
office of Henry IX. Spedden. W. L. Sax
gave up his office for use as a rest room.
Tuesday evening at C the princess'
party was entertained at luncheon at
Mutt and Jeff were Interested specta
tors during the carnival. Clark MlUs
paugh and Mark Hanna were the of
The high school hoys' nightshirt pa
rade Tuesday night kept excitement
alive on the streets, and In the various
business bouses which the long line of
white gowned boys visited.
Vep-Kanum was such a success that
it is now proposed to make the event
an annual one. Everybody seems to
have been pleased. Attractions were all
free, prices were kept nt a minimum on
all wares sold by the stores, and at the
restaurants and hotels. Even the big
hall game, with the best team in the
Inland Empire, only exacted 25 cents
admission. The sole idea of Colville
was to give the people a good time—
not to make money out of them, and
tills method was appreciated.
.lames Algle, Colville, celery, ,'lrst.
James Spratt, Orin. celery, second.
H. G. Christiansen, Meyers Kails,
Howard Rae, Colville, cucumbers,
C. Lansing, Kettle Falls, watermelon,
C. T.anslns, Kettle Falls, watermelon,
VV. A. Hushes, Crystal Falls, citrons,
F. Zerbrusi?. Meyers Falls, red onions,
W. A. Hushes, Crystal Falls, red
B. R. Moran, Colvllle. yellow onions,
W. A. Hushes, Crystal Falls, yellow
W. A. Hushes, Crystal Falls, white
Howard Hae, Colvllle, largest smash.
W. A. Hushes, Crystal Falls, largest
B. R. Moran, Colvllle. early potatoes,
B, R, Moran, Colvllle. early potitoes,
R. O. Christianson, Meyers Falls, late
.T. S. Blair. Colville, late potatoes,
James Aisle, Colvllle, table beets,
K. (',. Christianson, Meyers Falls, table
H. (J. Christ iasiHiin, Meyers Falls.
W. A. Hughes. Crystal Falls, parsnips,
W. A. Hughes, Crystal Falls, mta
Herbert Kruger, Colville, rutabaga*,
W. A. Hushes. Crystal Falls, any
other Wheat, forty fold, first.
James Fee, Colville, Yellow Dent
P. M. tiensee, Bossburg, Tellow Kent
H. r,. Chrllttanaon, Meyers Falls, pop
P. R Dingle, rolville. largest cabbage,
k. (1. Chrlstlansnn, Meyers Palls, larg
est cabbage, second.
Howard Itae. Colvllle, pumpkin, first.
11. O. Chrlltlamon, Meyers Falls,
Mangel beets, first.
B, it. Moran, Colvllle, Mangel beets.
Herbert Kruger, Colvllle, turnips,
W, A, Hughes. Crystal Falls, turnips,
Wallaoe Campbell, Colvtlle, carrots,
U. O. Olirlstlanson, Meyers Fallß, car
rnts, table, second.
Fred Ham. Colvllle, oarroti, stock.
Fred Tde, Colvillp. carrots, stock,
Swan Nelson, Colville. two best
W. A. Hughes. Crystal Falls, sheaf
W. A. Hughes. Crystal Falls, sheaf
W. A. Hughes, Crystal Falls, timothy
W. A. Hughes. Crystal Falls. red
clover hay. first.
Ottn Kenster. Eclio. Wealthy apple,
E. Brady. Colville. Wagner. MOOfld.
E. Brady. Colville, Bell Flower, first.
E. Brady, Colville, Wealthy, first.
E. Brady. Cnlvillr. Homo Beauty, Brat,
B. Brady. Cnlvillo. Jonathan, fir^t.
B. Brady. Colvillp. Wagner, first.
c. F. Paohard, Bouburg, Kins, first.
P, M". tieniee, BOllbura, twenty-ounce
T\ M. Isensee. Boaaburg, Maiden Blush,
v. L. Ballard, Colville, twenty-ounce
v. T,. Ballard, Colville, McMahen
v. L. Ballard, Colville, Wolf River,
F. C. Walston. Meyers Falls. Spokane
Beauty. largest apple, first.
B. Brady. Colville Rome Beauty,
Unknown, roiviiie. McMahen White,
George Vindhurat, Colville, King.
R. TT. Finlay, Kettle Fall!, Alexander,
R. H. Finlay. Kettle Falls, Graven
Mrs. George Ward, Colvillo. Elberta
.1. L. Carpenter. Meyers Falls. Early
E. ,T. Ensminger. Kettle Falls, F.lberta,
C. Lansing, Kettle Falls, Rartleit.
Fred Tde. Colville. Flemish Beauty,
V. R. liook, Meyers Falls. Flemish
Louis Perras. Colville, Ilyslop, first.
.1. R. Montayne, Ardcn, Martha, first.
.T. R. Montnyne. Arden, Hyslop, second.
.T. R. Montayne, Arden. Hungarian,
E. Woodruff. Kettle Falls. Cnncnrd,
BEST DTSPLAY OF FRUTTS BY
B. M. Hervey. Colville, twenty vari
eties of apples, etc., first.
Chan St. Clair, Colville, fifteen vari
eties of fruits, etc., second.
BEST INDIVIDUAL DTSPLAY OF
E. c. Treadwell, Oolville, first.
W. A. Hughes, Crystal Falls, second.
BEST DISTRICT DISPLAY.
W. A. Hughes, Crystal Falls, first: no
One-half mile—Albert While, first;
Billy Ford, second.
One-fourth mile—Pete Lemory, first;
John Walsh, second.
One-fourth mile—Billy Ford, first:
Raymond Gilbert, second.
Three hundred yards—John V'alsh,
first; P. .1. Paradis, second.
Consolation prize, P. Parndis, first:
Guy Hall, second.
Tiie old pioneer, "Onion Creek .lack,"
came down from the northern part of
the county on Thursday to meet Col.
A number of prominent Indian.-, from
the reservation who were hare this
week say they like Yep-Kanum and
next year they will all come and bring
plenty of race horses and bucking
The chamber of commerce desires to
secure pictures of the Yep-Kanum for
advertising- use. All periom having
Vep-Kanum pictures of any size or
kind are requested to show them to J. C.
Harrlgan, publicity manager, who will
buy any that can be used to advantage.
111. and Mrs. George Clark of N|m>
kiine have lieen visiting at the I'rindle
Inline this week.
U. A. Smith, Rridgeton, Ind., had
kidney trouble for years, and was so
crippled with rheumatism he could not
dress without help. He started using
Foley Kidney Pills, and says. "I be
gan to get better at once, and now all
my trouble has left me and I do not
feel that I ever had rheumatism. I
rest well at night and though 59 years
old, can now do the work of a man of
35 years. I would like to be the means
of others getting benefit from Foley
Kidney Pills." Refuse substitutes.
Carroll Drug Co.
Who is Stimson?
Stimson is the M. B. man.
$80,000,000 Lost Annually By
Dr. Sadler estimates that about $8^
000,000 in wages is lost annually to the
American people as a direct result of
colds. Lost time means lost wages
and doctoring is expensive. Use Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound promptly. ]±
will stop the cough and heal and sooth™
the sore and inflamed air passages.
Carroll Drug Co.
Wirt Thomai and family of Coiviiie
have isti.lilisliocl their residence in Che-
Wela.il fnr the winter. Wirt Is a flrst-
Clail barber and will lie employed at the
■hop of F. <■■ Barber. —Chewelah Inde
Antoine Deloria, postmaster at Gar
den, Mich., knows the exact facts when
he speaks of the curative value of Foley
Kidney Pills. He says: "From my
own experience I recommend Foley
Kidney Pills as a great remedy for kid
ney trouble. My father was cured of
kidney disease and a good many of mjljl
neighbors were cured by Foley Kidney
Pills. Carroll Drug Co.
The Colville roller mill began Its sea
■on'i grinding Monday, the fall wheat
Coming on HOW in such quantities) as
to warrant running. Owing to the un
favorable weather a considerable quan
tity of wheat is too soft for milling
purposes, but upland wheat is standing
the test of quality necessary.
"I suffered habitually from consti
pation. Doan's Regulets relieved and
strengthened the bowels so that they
have been regular ever since." —E.
Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas^
for Sale —I will sell on easy yer;-i™
my hotel, the Debs House, with four
teen furnished rooms. Also my phono
graph store and sewing machine busi
ness, with twenty-six machines now In
stock. D. l.auiy
All the regular services at the First
Methodist Episcopal chinch on Sunday.
The pastor. M. I- Sanders, will pre.icli^
the morning lermon, "Mine. When !%
Make Ip .My Jewels." Subject of the
evening sermon. ■The World'i Qreateat
Bible." You will find a cordial welcome
to all these services. Btrangers made
Cheapest accident insurance —Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns, cuts,
scalds, and emergencies. All druggists^
sell it. 25c and 50c.
I have the agency for the New Home
sewing machine; the best family mach
ine of today. Call and see the latest
models at my store in the Debs House.
Cash or instalment. Liberal allowance
for your old machine. Trade it in and
get an up-to-date sewing machine.—D.j
Miss Mollie Graham of Barmans last
week purchased the A. H. Veatch resi
dence property on east Third avenue,
and the Misses Mollie, Mattie and Her
tha Graham and Qrover Graham will
move into their new home next week.
T. L. Parks, Murrayville, Ga., Route
1, is in his 73rd year, and was recently i
cured of a bad kidney and bladder
trouble. He says himself: "I suffer
ed with my kidneys, my back ached and
I was annoyed with bladder irregular
ities. I can truthfully say, one 50c
bottle of Foley Kidney Pills cured me
entirely." They contain no habit form
ing drugs. Carroll Drug Co.
To the Inppotters of WllHon and lir-
For the first time in recent years a
great political party has gone back to
the people for its candidate. Mr. xVil
son's candidacy was made possible
without tlie acceptance of campaign
funds from corporate and other seltfsh
interests. Tills was not a matter of
policy. Gov. Wilson believed It to be
right. The insistent demand of the
people compelled this nomination mid
they, must now complete their political
triumph by election. Certain funds are
necessary and they must come from
people who believe in him and Ills
cause. The source from which ru ,i
--paitjn funds are most easily obtained Is,
for the reasons before given, closed to
the democratic candidates. They are
therefore appealing to the people tor
sucli contributions as .will evidence
their interest In the cause of progres
ISN'T YOUU VOTE WORTH BOTH
MORAL AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT?
Remittances can be made to this of
fice and acknowledgment will be nade
through the columns of this newspaper.
Game Warden H. C. Masterson reports
that a few days ago he saw a forty
pound salmon pulled out of the Colville
river. He further states that trout fish
ing in the river was never better.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for any
case of catarrh that cannot be curtd by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
honorable' in all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
his firm. Walding. Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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Talk with Stimson.