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'TMIS BANK is often called
■■• upon to give an opinion
as to the credit and general
standing of a firm or individ
ual. CJIt is always much easier
for us to give a good report in
such a case when the party
about whom information is
sought has a bank account and
regularly maintains a good
balance here. <JCultivate the
acquaintance of the Bank of
Colville and put yourself in a
position to have its good opin
ion of your business character
and reliability. <Jlt will mean
a great deal to you some time.
Bank of Colville
U. S. Depositary
The Oldest Bank in Stevens County
!THE LOCAL NEWS i
See Kostka's samples of all
wool suits at $15 up.
Bernard Johnsen, veterinarian.
Go to Rich's for your glasses.
Highest price paid for milling
wheat. Lasswell Bros., Colville.
Largest assortment of fancy
candies in the city, fresh from
factory twice a week, at Stenger's.
Good meals, quick service and
reasonable rates at Dorman's
Before buying your new win
ter hat, call on Mrs. Gudmunson.
For a good cup of coffee, a
bowl of genuine Mexican chili,
a lunch or short order, go to
For Rent—Oat stubble pasture
for stock. $1.50 per month.—
Johnsen's ranch, below depot.
For Rent—Five room house
east of Stevens County Abstract
Go. Call at Examiner office.
Look into Kostka's window and
see the samples of suits and
overcoats, all wool, at $15, $17,
$20. They are guaranteed by
When you go through Spring
dale, stop at Frank Herndon's
Palace Bar and get some of his
famous wet goods for hot days.
He has the best.
The new Lee Cafe. Meals and
lunches served at all hours at
reasonable rates. Special atten
tion given to receptions, ban
quets, wedding and dinner par
ties. G. G. Dorman, proprietor.
New list of Edison and Colum
bia records received first of every
month at Laury's.
For good work and reasonable
prices take your watch to J. F.
Leighton, jeweler. Watches
cleaned $1, and guaranteed one
year. Springsl,jewels $l,hands
and glass 25 cents each.
The Debs hotel gives just as
much as ever for 25c and you
can't beat it any where in town.
If you can, I will refund your
money.— D. Laury, the socialist,
If you want high grade photo
graphs, best enlargements or the
best work for amateurs see The
Colville Studio. H. E. Koehler,
opposite Hotel Colville.
The Narcisse Grange will give
a dance Nov. 2nd. Everybody
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker left
Monday for Spokane and will
visit the Palouse country before
W. W. Campbell and J. C.
Eakle have been in attendance
at the Interstate fair in Spo
kane this week in charge of the
Stevens county exhibits.
There will be a local fair held
at the North Basin grange hall
on Thursday Oct. 3. The ex
hibits of grain, grasses, fruit
and vegetables will be products
of North Basin. A grand ball
will be held in the evening with
good music and plenty to eat for
all. Everybody invited.
The Colville high school foot
ball team opened the season last
week either in hard luck or lack
of training. In the game with
Marcus last Tuesday the home
team was defeated here in a score
of 13 to 6. On Saturday the Col
ville boys went to Spokane for a
game with the North Central
High School team. The Colville
team was shut out, while their
opponents made 129, the highest
score ever made on the gridiron
The following letters remain in
the Colville post office uncalled
for: Mr. S. N. Bolton, Guy
Deemer, Miss Olive E. Lender,
Mr. Geo. W. Murry, Frederick
Stevens, Miss Winnie Smith,
Mr. Arthur Woodruff.
The Sunday School of the Free
Methodist Church will observe
next Sunday as Rally Day. The
pastor will preach at 11 and 8.
Prayer and praise service begins
Lee Gayman, of Spokane, a
former contractor and builder of
Colville, was in town this week
on business and while here sold
to D. H. Kimple his carpenter
shop on Oak street.
Have you registered? Books
are open at Rice's.
"No Trespassing Notices"
printed on cloth, large size, clear
and distinct, at the Examiner.
Poison signs for ranchers can
be had at the Examiner office at
No Hunting notices on cloth,
large type, 3 for 25c. At Exam
For Sale—lnternational corres
pondence school scholarship; bar
gain; inquire at Examiner.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, October 5, 1912
C. C. Campbell and James
Everett who have been pros
pecting in Stevens county near
the boundry line for several
weeks were in Colville this week
and state thai; they have made
and recorded two prospects which
run high in free gold. The
names of the prospects ,as re
corded are the "Wonder" and the
Rambler.'' Both men are experi
enced miners and are much elated
over the showing.
The base ball season closed in
Colville with the Fort Wright
colored soldiers last week Thurs
day, making the 25th game play
ed by the Colville team this
season. Last season the team
won 11 out of 17 games played,
at an expense of $900 over and
above the gate receipts. This
season the team won 20 out of a
possible 25 and the gate receipts
paid all expenses. It has been
incidentally agreed by a number
of the governing board of the
chamber of commerce that a
rousing banquet and smoker will
be given to the entire ball team
and the Coville band some time
in the near future.
H. E. Langdell has purchased
a Buick auto, and with his family
will leave soon for an overland
trip to Arizona.
Kohler, the photographer, has
just finished some fine views of
the Yep-Kanum. They run from
post card size to Bxlo.
Christian Science Society. —
Chapel, cor. Cedar and Ist. Ser
. vice Sunday at 11 a. m. and Bp.
m.; Sunday school at 10 a.m. Mid
week meeting Wednesday even
ings at 8 o'clock. The reading
room open daily from 2 to 4 in
the Chapel. The public is wel
come. Subject lesson sermon,
The Royal Hawaiian entertain
ers played to a fair sized audience
Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
The native songs, dances and
instrumental music rendered by
the quaint trio were well received.
Season tickets for the high
school entertainment course of 5
entertainments are being sold at
$2 for center rows and $1.00 for
the sides. To date 230 have been
sold, and those wishing reserva
tions should see Supt.Cummings.
The first number will be Friday
evening Oct. 11.
W. A. Jones, of Millville, left
some fine specimens of ' 'Big red
apples with the Stevens county
flavor" at the Examiner office
on Wednesday. Mr. Jones is
the owner of what is known as
the Apple Grove Fruit Ranch
and has been engaged in fruit
growing on this ranch for the
past 16 years. He recently ship
ped a car load of Wealthys from
his orchard to the Chicago mar
ket. He expects to ship about
1,000 of other varieties later in
the season. The Apple Grove
Fruit Ranch has now 600 bear
ing apple trees and it is the in
tention of Mr. Jones to increase
his orchard each year. His spec
imens now on exhibition at the
Examiner office are of the "King
of Thompson County" and the
"Red Eakin" varieties.
Byron C. Piatt will be the
first to appear on the high school
entertainment course. He comes
Wednesday, Oct. 11. His sub
ject will be "When We Dead
Notice—All persons wishing to
hunt game or birds during the
open season must under the law
have in their possession a 1912
hunting license. I do not de
sire to make arrests and secure
convictions for the violation of
this law without first giving due
notice. H. C. Masterson. county
I. W. Slagle the Spokane piano
man was one of those who assist
ed materially at the Yep-Kanum
by using his best piano-player in
the parade, on the big wagon,
accompanied by a dozen or more
singers. Slagle had $2,000 worth
of pianos during the carnival,
and made a good record for the
Her Piano House.
Miss Violet Pettengill as
"Princess Amatap" of Yep-
Kanum, with her elaborate In
dian costume, and her beauti
ful evening gown, played the
part of a real princess on all oc
casions during the celebration of
Yep-Kanum here last week.
Her costuming and make-up
which was in charge of Mrs.
W. R. Baker. Mrs. P. R. Parks
and Mrs. J. C. Harrigan with
W. R. Baker as guide and chauf
feur, all in appropriate attire.
Rave an appearance of royalty to
the entire party.
The Edendale Nursery is get
ting in readiness ta supply the
fall demand for apple trees and
nursery stock. The Nursery is
owned by the Edendale Land
Co., and the postoffice address is
John Martin of Chewelah, a
pioneer of Stevens county, was in
Colville this week in attendence
at the Superior court.
The revised estimate for the
expenses of the city for the en
suing year, as adopted by the
city council last Tuesday night,
was $10,450. The expense of
the city engineer's office was re
duced from $1,000 to $500.
Police expense was reduced
from $1,700 to $1,500. $200 was
appropriated for a public library
fund. Notwithstanding these re
ductions, the estimated expenses
for the coming year are $275
more than last year.
Don't miss the chicken dinner
at Dorman's Cftffl every Sunday
Piano for sale—Almost new;
address box 92, R. F. D. 1, Col
Oh you Colville boosters and
everyone who loves Colville! I
have a fine bunch of "Yep-
Kanum" views from Bxlo to
post cards. Treadwell.
For Sale—s room house and 2
lots in Portland add. to Republic.
Cheap if sold at once.— G. H.
Kostka can furnish an all-wool
suit, any pattern you want, at
Garland Dorman will serve you
a good meal for 25c. In Hotel
The Colville Examiner job
office has now in stock 21 grades,
styles and colors of business let
ter head paper, in addition to the
various stylesof monogram and
I can furnish you with potato
sacks at B£c each deliverd at Col
ville; you will have to have sacks
if you expect to sell spuds, so
better order them in time.
Union members, of course, 6ic.
— P. M. Simpson.
Solicits your patronage while in
Rates 50 cents and up. Reasonable niton
by week or month. J block from post
office, near new Monroe Street bridge.
Pull view down Riverside Avenue from
Wm Snow, Prop. R. H. Snow, Mgr.
Help the Chronic and
Cure the Sick
KOSTKA the TAILOR
will sell you an all-wool suit or overcoat for $15 and up. Made to
your measure, guaranteed all-wool, guaranteed to fit and to give
satisfaction, and guaranteed by Kostka himself. Suits furnished by
Kostka are union made -no sweat shop or hand-me-down. The
wool is grown in Washington, and the cloth made in Washington.
See the Samples in
You can never buy an all-wool quality-tailored suit from anyone for
a less price. And all-wool means ALL-wool not a third cotton, as
are nearly all suits now days. And buying from a tailor means a
correct style and a perfect fit.
"Hush, children, it's daddy talking. Yes,
Jim, we're all well and the children have been
real good. How have you been? Coming
home tonight? That's fine. It will seem good
to see you again."
The business man who is obliged to be
away from home brings joy to the family by
cheery words over the telephone.
The local and long distance Bell Tele
phone service keeps him always in touch
with home conditions.
/*\ The Pacific Telephone &
5 Jp )| Telegraph Company
Every Bell Telephone is the center of the system.
Great Northern Railway
Has Placed in Service a
New Fast Train
Leaving Spokane at 10:00 p. m. daily, making direct
connections at eastern terminals through Glacier Nat
ional Park in the day time. Sleepers and coaches mod
ern in every respect.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED ELECTRIC FANS
VACUUM CLEANERS FORCED VENTILATION
Here is safety, speed and real comfort in traveling.
Special low round trip rates, on sale at the local office
almost daily. CflThese tickets bear liberal stopover
privileges in both directions. Final return limit Oct. 31.
If you are planning an outing this summer, try the
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
Round trip from Colville. $14.50.
Good fishing, boating, and bathing. Lake and moun
tain scenery unsurpassed by any other section of
For further information, berth reservations, etc., call on or write
J. J. Sherr, T. P. A. or A. W. Cook,
701 Riverside Aye., Local Agent,
Spokane, Waah. Colville, Wash.
We will save you from 50'// to 15 v/v on any make of
typewriter Machines rented and sold on easy month-
Send for illustrated price list.
WHOLESALE TYPEWRITER CO.
711 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington