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I THE LOCAL NEWS I
The registration books on Mon
day showed CIO inside the city.
Mr. liice, who has charge of these
books, states that during the j ast
two months tliere have lieen nearly
three women to one man signed
ilon. Harris Uaidwin, speaker
for the natiouai democratic com
mittee, addressed a good sized
audience Inursday night at the
opera house, lie took up the tariff
and tile trusts, and explained, their
workings under republican priv
lne management of the Old
Lfoxuiuion Creamery states that
uieir Ousaieiss is giadnaJl^ on the
increase j Uiul the Jiioian vi Sep
n'lnuer Him Uu. umnier tuuiltu inus
lar llns HtitUiUU. x.:. il'ii.s vi given
oy Jianager .kj.ii t'oi Uiiu in
crease ol business is that the farm
ers and stockmen realize that there
is more niohe^ kvitu mi iesa work
in furnmtiing their dairy products
to Uiu cnaincry than to nianulac
tuie and market tiie butter them
baited States Observer VV. li.
Sax makes the iuliowiug report ior
September: Maximum tuupera
uiit ,■••) on lliu VJ.Ui, miujmum 'lo
UU the average for month
06.0, whiuh is irujn one to two du
jjivus lower than ior several years;
jO.j is llie aveiage for ;
pi'uuipitatioii \vas .üb, which is con
siderably less tliau ior several
years in September. The normal
i.s .ol Clear days were li, cloudy
six, part cloudy seven.
Jeraeph & Urimte&d have had
their law offices over the First Xa
tiuiiul Jjunk remodeled, puintuiL
jiihl papered. They bave alao in
stalled a new Globe liling cast-,
which makee these ollices one oi'
the most complete suites in the
Frank Torrey was awarded the
contract lor the painting and deco
rating oi' the two line residences
of Uerniain and Iveinoehl in Che
welah. These line homes were
built by Contractor U. 11. Kimple
vi' this city.
Julm (Jiil'ord of iSpokaue, who
•sonic months ago, bought a ranch
nine miles west of Addy, has since
been fencing and building with a
view of iitting the place for a iirsl,
class stock ranch, Mr. Uiil'ord has
just purchased a herd of thorough
bred Bhor thorn cattle, and vi;
Tuesday of this week bought of
11. W. ii'oster a number of his prize
winning Berkshire hogs. Mr. Gil
ford expects to make this one of
the most complete thoroughbred
stock farms in the state
The Choral Society oi' the (Jol
villu Music Club met Thursday at
the home oi' the director, Mrs.
Grace Lincoln liuruam. It was de
cided that a mixed chorus should
Itf started, and that Monday 'act-t
--ings of the Choral Society should
be hold in the league room oi' the
M. E. church. An open meeting
of the club is to be held on the
18th, to which all musical people
are invited, and membership may
be held either as active or associ
\V. K. Baker, W. W. Campbell
and J. C. llarrigan attended t!:e
semi-annual ceremonial sessio i oJ
the Shrine at Spokaue Wedn-jj 'a.••
night, and aided in the initiator
of Neal Ledgerwood into the my*.
teries of the desert.
A. V. Downs, one of the pioneers
of this oountiv, who was dowi
from Northport a short time ago
visiting his many friends here, re
ports that the north end of the
county is fast increasing its dem
ocratic vote and its acreage in
good apples—which all looks en
B, G. Rich started yesterday to
move his jewelry store into the
Lasswell biiikliug. The 7000-pound
safe was moved easily by the City
Transfer, and the beautiful display
eases and wall cases were trans
ferred without the least injury.
Wilted L. Wright died from
heari failure at his home in Spo
kane on the 27th. He wits known
to the old-timers of Kettle Falls
and Colville, 'lAVing worked on the
first Kettle Palls paper when the
Rochester boom was on, and hav
ing hunted over this county nan?
times. His at,'e was 41, and he had
been <>n the Spokesman-Beview lor
The attendance from Colville to
the interstate fair in Spokane this
week has been far less than in re
('. DeKeyzer, the homeopathic
doctor residing in the Jackson
house, was robbed of $647 in cur
rency, a watch, diamond ring, and
all his books last Saturday night.
Knt ranee was made at the front
door. His account books were
torn to shred.s and scattered oa the
door, and all his letters of re •om
iiicndation and valuable technical
books were st den. The doctor was
nut of town at the time, The .''iat
ter is in the hands ol Sheriff Mil
Tlic Grammars defeated llie
I'Vi'shirs iii a baseball game i ere
mi Wednesday in a score of seven
In live. Some good plays '.pre
(Hilled by both teams, and it is
evident that some of those boys
will take the place of the old !i win
on the regular team in ;i few pjars,
The batteries were Filutrsteed . ud
Strange for the GrumtiiHfH, *i tb
Waynick and l^reshnahan for thfi
Preshies. Thene teams will ineel
on the diamond in the near future
Mrs. W. 15. Dill?;]., of the Hotel
Colville has probably the largest
rlisplav <>f home canned fruits ever
seen in Iliis city. OODsisting of I r»r
rii's. Fruits, pickles, j"llies and
relishes. Mrs. Dinfrle has wirhii'
the past 60 days carefully ci led
nearly 2000 quarts of these deli
cacies for table use in the dining
room of the Hotel Colville
Nenrl.v Uvc-rylioily Atteniln (In' Kiiu<-r:il
of »lr. Prlnrile.
The funeral of William Scott l'rimlle,
Who died at bll home in Colvllle last
Thurtday morning, was held Sunday
afternoon from the Prindle undertak
ing parlors, ovei which the deceased
jiresided durl itf Hie last ten years. The
■ervioei were conducted in the chapel,
with Bible rtading by Key. G. H. Rice
of the Congregational church and
pleaching by Itev. L. B. Harris of the
The Odd Fallows lodge took charge
of the services and oonduotad the
funeral cortevre to the cemetery, where
Interment was made according to the
rites of that older, of which Mr. l'rin
dle had been a member for nearly
twenty-five years. The Rebekahs and
Knights of Pythias and Woodmen of
the World attended in a body.
Bcoauia of the prominence of the
deceased near'y the entire population
of the city, us well as friends from
Spokane and many other points, came
to pay their last respects to his
memory. Floral tributes were dis
played in profusion and beauty of de
sign and booe mute evidence of the
high esteem In which the dead citizen
and pioneer was held by the people
aiming whom h" bud lived for more
than a. quartar of a century.
The honorary pallbearers were:
Messrs. A. i.\ lerkins, P. B. Dingle,
Ixmls Perras, D. J. Burk, G. B. Ide and
E. S. McCloud.
The active pilbearers were: Thomas
Aspend, Sam SUngrer, William Miller,
George Unfit, Joe Dupuis, W. L, Sax.
S. M. Smith of Spokane was under
taker In charge.
Mr. and fifra, George K. Clark and
Mr. and Mrs. R K. I^ee of Spokane, J.
C. Rlggs of Chewelah, Mrs. Alfred
Jeffs and Geo-pe il. Colwell of Nelson,
B. C, sister und father of Mrs. Prindle,
were in attendance, besides a ,arge
number of >eople from Addy, Kettle
Fulls and Rice.
Mr. Prindle v, us a member of the Odd
Pells. Knights c" Pythias, Woodmen of
the World, Rehekaha and city council.
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs at
tended in a body.
Mr. Prindle had been a resident of
Colville since lt>B6.
Besides a laip:e numlier of bouquets
and cut-flowo's without cards, there
were beautiful floral tributes bearing
the names of 11,r following: Washing
ton Funeral Directors' Association, the
Armstrong F'nral Company, Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Smith, Mr. an-1 Mrs. George HI, Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. C. In Smith, Colville Im
provement Club, Colville Lodge No. 109.
I. O. O. F., Fa'thful Rebekah Lodge No.
90, Colville Leader, Rnrmans, Inc.,
Sidney K. Barnes, Fred Koppe. Harold
M. Dextor. Honry Flshwild, Irina Mar
tin, Woodmen of the World, G. H. Col
well, Mrs. A. . effs and family, Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Dexter nnd family,
Mrs. L. K. Jeaseph, Bliss Phillips, Mr.
and Mrs. G. .V. Neal, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Leo Grlnsteal, Louis G. Keller, Mrs.
I. W. Adams, Charles Adams. Mr. and
Mrs. William '\ Keller, Mr. and Mrs.
P. n. Parks, M-. and Mrs. G. B. Ide and
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Winter. T. A.
Winter, C. L. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. W. n.
Raker, Mrs. Gi orgre W. Stenger, Mrs.
W. T. Steng r, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Aspend and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Heberling, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Jeaseph,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McCloud, A. F. Per
kins, Dr. and Mrs. .T. R. Hendley, Mrs.
Blddle and family, Acorn Bros., Miss
Bertha Rlgelow, Miss Everson, Mr. and
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, October 5, 1912
Mrs. Thomas J. Kirk and family, Miss
Cousins. Mr. ml Mrs. W. A. Richmond,
Mr. and Mrs. P h. Dingle, Mr. anJ .>lrs.
A. S. Dingle, Dr. L. B. Harvey, Dr. W.
Mtghell, Dr. A. L Cook, Dr. I. S. i.'lurk,
Mr. and Mrs. 1 \V Kmery, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L, Sax. J. R. Lewis, Mr. an.l Mrs.
L. C. Jesseph, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wan
nenwetsch, Mr*. J. Q. Heimbach, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Seal, Miss Gertrude Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. iY. B. Dingle, Mrs. Stayt,
Mr. and Mrs. " Peterson and family,
Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Aubln, Mrs. Hofltet
ter, Mrs. 00.-:'.e.-. Mrs. McMillan, Mrs.
Ifabein, Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
Ili-nry It. Spedden, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Martin and family.
The remain:) were sealed In a steel
vault and interred in the Highland
The remai is were prepan-.l for
burial by N. A iderson of Smith &: Com
pany, undertaken, of Spokane.
<unl of Thank*.
We deitre to express our sincere
thankl and deep appreciation to ill who
gave us their sympathy and for the
many kindnesses extended to us dur
ing our bereavement; also for the
many beautiful floral tributes and the
honor and respect paid to our departed
husband ami father.
MRS. .VINNIE A. FBXNLDM,
liKNA A. I'UINDLE,
W. SILAS PHINDLE.
To the noble grand and brethren of
Colville lodge No. 109, I. O. O. F., we
■übmlt the following:
Whereas, another brother of our or
der has passed from the scenes "f our
activities to the "other shore," and,
whereas there has been removed from
our fraternal order Brother W. S.
Prlndls, who died on September 26,
1911; therefore, be it
Resolved, that it Is only a just trib
ute to ills memory to say that we are
bereaved of one who lias always been
worth) of our highest respect and es
teem, and may we cherish the memory
of him who has been Initiated in that
grand lodge above.
Revolved, that wo tender to the rela
tive! Of our deceased biother our heart
felt sympathy; "May the companionship
of friendi dry the tears and the admin
istration of love heal the hearts that
Resolved, that our hall be draped in
mourning to* thirty days, that we
■pread these resolutions on the lodge
reoordl, that a copy be presented to the
family of our deceased brother and be
published In the local papers.
"To live In hearts we love is not to
W. L.. SAX,
C. M. DURLAXD,
W. J. SHELTi IN,
Milted October 3, J<>l2.
*100 llewurd ¥1011.
The raaderi of tins paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is ;it least
one dr«ad«d disease tliat science las
I.pen able to cure in all its Mages, nnd
that i.s catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cm' 13
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh leing
a constitutional disease, requires n oon
stltutlonal treatment. Hall's 'itarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting lireet
ly upon the blood and mucous sui-faces
of tlie system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease and giving
the patient strength by building ip the
constitution and assisting nature in do
inK its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers I hat
they offer one hundred dollars for (.ny
case that it fails to cure. Send for list
i Address F. .1. CHbJNEV & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Following Is an official list of the
expense accounts of the candidates for
nomination for offices at the primary
election held in Stevens county Septem
Jerry Cooney, $36.
H. a Thomas, $16.
John B. Slater, $16.
W. Mighell, $10.
William Miller, $57.
J. O. Cline, $29.50.
Miss Lila Kulzer, $14.
H. M. West, $10.
J. A. Chrlstenson, $&5.15.
S. B. Matson, $68.05.
Howard W. Stull, $16.
M. C. Stolp, $28.80.
H. J. Townsend, $23.25.
L. C. Richardson, $76.(50.
Frank Pollak, $50.
John McDaniel, $31.46.
.1. A. Rochford, $79.15.
R. O. McMillan, $23.60.
Miss Martha A. Boardninn, $17.
.1. C. Hutchinson, $16.
W. L. Woodard, $4 4.
Patrick Gunnlp, $16.
A. B. Sansburn, $65.76.
W. W. Palmer, $40.55.
A. R. Dodson, $12.
Walter D. Smith, $18.S0.
William Morton, $120.45.
Elizabeth M. Stayt, $153.2,1.
George H. Shaver, $60.
Patrick Graham, $21.25.
J. A. Maglnnls, $47.60.
O. E. Batman, $15.
R. H. Long, $30.50.
W. J. Shelton, $166.45.
James Algie, $12.
Bliss Phillips, $20.50.
E. B. Hubbard, $86.
Thomas Hydorn, $37.75.
James Chase, f 10.
Carl C. Kratzensteln, manager of J. Q.
Tanner Drill? Store, Santa Cruz, Oalif..
writes: "We have sold Fnley & Com
pany's medicine.s for the past 20 i«ars
and have yet to hear our first complaint,
or of a dissatisfied customer. Their
remedies are pure, made as represented,
and contain no injurious substa.ices.
On the contrary, our experience shows
us that the company's aim has always
been to make health tflvlnp? and hsulth
maintaining remedies." Carroll Drill?
On Wednesday of this week a son was
born to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Anderson
of Colvllle. This makes the ninth child
for the Andersons, and nil are alive and
hearty and happy. The oldest is 14
"Oenerally debilitated for years. Had
Hick headache, lacked amhltlon, was
worn out and all run down. Bur Jock
Hlood Bitters made me a well woman."
—Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosup, Cori. —
If it is desired by the public a free evening high school will be
organized Monday evening, October 14. In order to support such a
school there must be on an average ten puj.ils in regular attendance
for each class organized. The number of subjects a student should
choose ought not to be more than two. Students working day times
cannot carry more than two successfully. These subjects should be
chosen so that they may alternate; that is, one come one evening
and the other the next, etc. Work may be chosen from the following
'ist of subjects: English, German, French, commercial arithmetic;,
bookkeeping, typewriting, shorthand, domestic science, domestic art,
manual training, singing, chemistry, physics. Many are diffident
about enrolling because they think they are past the school age, but I
wish to emphasize the statement that there is no maximum age limit
for evening school, and we should be glad to welcome any person
that desires to improve himself. The only conditions being that of
regular attendance and proper attention to the subjects chosen.
Domestic science will be given to ladies only. A elan of not less
than sixteen must be organized to meet every alternate evening. Any
lady in the vicinity will bo made entirely welcome. A preliminary
meeting to determine the subjects in which classes may be formed
will be held at the high school building Monday evening, October 7.
Do not forget this date. Assemble at 8 o'clock, no later.
The announcement of the return to
Colville of the old Bell Company will
be received \\ lth more than ordinary
Interest liy hundreds of their admirers
here. Mr. Bell has played several en
gagements | n colville, but for nearly
two years has bten touring Canada end
tills will be th« first American city, ex
cept Republic, b« hai played in for
some time. "Curls" Butler and his
brother, C. G. Butler (tlie nddler), are
both witli the show, as is Cloie Flyer,
undoubtedly the most beloved little
leading lady in the west. Newspaper
reports from Nelson, Fertile, Leth
bridge and Oalyary say It is far the
strongest show In years. Despite the
fact that pri'j s the past year have
up to a dollar everywhere, the lid sc>
cents and reserved seats will be used
In Colville. They are on sale now at
the Colville Drug Company. "The
Angel of the Trail" is their feature
play, and another from a list of sixteen
will be presented. Wednesday and
Thursday, October 9 and 10, are the
A. S. Jones, proprietor of L.cc Phar
macy, Chlco, Calif., says. "I havo been
Helling Foley & Company* medulnes
for years. Folev's Hone; and Tar '. in
pound I consider has no eciual and is
the one cough medicine 1 can recom
mend to my friends as containing no
narcotics or other harmful properties."
Carroll Drug Company.—Adv.
Some Stevens county property will
be sold by Sheriff Miller at the cou.-t
--house in Colvllle, on the 19th day of
October. The official advertisement is
being published in tills journal.
The name—Dean's inspires confld-nce
—Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney Ills.
Doan's Ointment for skin itching.
Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative.
Sold at all drug stores. —Adv.
"Job was supposed to be a most pa-
Kent man." remarked the observer of
events und things, "but we never
heard of any one seoiug him trying to
get a lively eel off a fishing book."—
Yonkers Statesman. •
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, la
borers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
Fine for cuts, burns, bruises. Should
lie kept in every home. 2lic and 50c. —
"The clocks." raid the bride, "are
simply beautiful, and It was lovely of
you to Rive them to us. But—you
won't think me Inquisitive?—may I
ask why you gnve us h pair of them?
Of course, it was perfectly"—
"1 gave you two of them," Interrupts
the friend, "because I'm very fond of
both of you, nnd If you eve« get di
vorced you will each have something
to remember me by."-Chicago Post.
John Velbert, Foster, Calif., Mtatea:
"I have suffered many years with kid
ney and bladder troubles and 'although
1 have paid hundreds of dollars to doc
tors and have taken all kinds of kUnev
nii-ilichies, I could never get any reilef
until I tried Foley Kidney fills and they
effected a complete cure. I have layer
been bothered with my old tro'ible
since." Carroll Drug Company.—-Ailw
"My futnre mother-in-law is really a
bit too onrefnl. So that my fiancee shall
kuow what to buy after we are mar
ried she takes us both with her to the
market every morning."
"Well, but what use an you?"
"Oh, I pay."—Fliegeude Blatter.
Mayor James C. Dahlman, Is serving
his fourth term as mayor of Onir.ha,
Neb., having received the overwhj.m-
InK support of tl'e voters of that city.
His steadily Increasing popularity par
allels that of a famous medicine he lias
used, of which he writes: "I have aken
Foley Kidney Pills and they have t iven
me a great deal of relief, so I cheer
fully recommend them." Carroll Drug
It is true thin it costs you 1
more to live now ilian it cost
your gresH-Kniiidf:itlier. but It
wouldn't cost us much It you
lived as ne did - RntMHi City
O»——-». ■ i»»»-«-.-.-«.■.■..-■■■■.■•.■■«-«"«■■■ ■»««o
The Folks From Maine.
The Bnvenioi of Msiim was lit the
school nnd whs telling lilt* pupils what
the people of dlfferem stutes were
"Now," he said, "the people from In
dlann are called 'Hoosiers.' the people
from North Carolina "Tar Heels,' and
the people from Michigan we know as
•Mlchignuders ' Now. whnt little boy
or girl can tell me whnt the people of
Maine are culled/
"I know."' said n little Rlrl.
"Well, what are we on lied?" asked
Bilious? Fee' heavy after dinner?
Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? I Iver
perhaps needs waking up. Doan's IU«
--ulets for bilious attacks. 25c at all
W. O. CUMMINGB.
John lteutli, Michigan Bar, Calif.,
writes: "i was afflicted with kidney
ami bladder trouble for nearly six \eara.
Had a very bad spell some time agi ; ml
was unable to turn without help. 1
commenced using Foley Kidney Pills
and can truly say I was relieved at
once. I take pleasure in recommending
Foley Kidney Pills." Carroll Drug
To the Supporter* of \Yllnon anil I.ir-
For the first time in recent years a
great political party has gone back to
the people for its candidate. Mr. \Vil
son's candidacy was made possible
without the acceptance of campii-rn
funds from corporate and other seli'sh
interests. This was not a matter of
policy. Gov. Wilson believed It to lie
right. The insistent demand of the
people compelled this nomination t.:d
they must now complete their political
triumph by election. Certain fund 3 ;re
necessary and they must come from
people who believe in him and his
cause. The source from which rs i
paltfn funds are most easily obtained is,
for the reasons before given, closed to
the democratic candidates. Tlioy are
therefore appealing to the people tor
such contributions as will evidence
their interest in the cause of progres
ISN'T YOUR VOTK WORTH BOTH
MORAL AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT?
Remittances can be made to tills of
fice and acknowledgment will be na.de
through the columns of this newspaper.
Mrs. I. c. Haiti er, Grand island, ;:tv.,
lms something she wishes to say about
Foley'l Honey and Tar Compound. "My
three children hud a very severe Ittack
of whooping cough an 1 suffered greatly.
A friend recommended Foley's H.ney
and Tar Compound, and it did them
more good than anything I gave thorn.
1 am slad to recommend it." Ca-roli
SUMMONS MY PVBI.ICATIOX.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
Edward La Beau, plaintiff, vs. Mary
Christena La Beau, defendant.
The state of Washington to the above
named defendant, Mary Christena ],a
You arc hereby summoned to apnear
within fin days aftor the date of the
first publication of this summons, COW it:
Within (iO days after the Bth day of
October, 1912, and defend the above en
titled action in the above entitled :.>urt
and answer the complaint of the plain
tiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for
plaintiff at Ills ofiice address here below
stated, and in case of your failure so to
do, judgment will be rendered asainst
you according to the demand of *he
complaint, which lias been filed with
the clerk of the above entitled superior
The object of this action is to secure
a decree of divorce and annulment of
marriage between the plaintiff and de
fendant heretofore existing-.
JOHN B. SLATER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postofflce address, place of business
and residence, at Colville. Stevens
notice of m:\iti\f;.
Tn the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
In the matter of the estate df George
Notice is hereby Riven that William
Edwards, administrator of the estate uf
George Werny, deceased, has rendered
and presented his statement and filed In
said court his final account and report
as such administrator, and his neti
tlon asking- that upon the sett!, ment
and approval of said account said estate
he distributed to the persons entitled
thereto as the heirs of the said
George Werny, deceased, and that ':e be
discharKed from further duties as such
administrator on account of said trust
and that Monday, the 4tl. day of Novem
ber, 1912, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, in the court
room of said court, in the courthouie at
Colville. said county and state, ha* ,oen
appointed by said court for the hear
ing on the settlement and approval of
said report and account and petition for
distribution and discharge: at tvhloh
time and place any person into-e^ted
in said estate may appear and file his
or her exceptions In writing to aaid ac
count and report, and appear and con
test the same and show cause if any
there be, why said account should not
he settled and the claims therein pre
sented, allowed and approved and why
said estate should not be settle I anil
distributed and the said administrator
Witness the honorable r>. H Carey
judge of the above entitled court and
the seal of said court hereunto iiffis-ed
this 4th day of October. 1912.
(Seal) W. T,ON JOHNSON
Clerk of said Superior Court.
By W. .1. Shelton, Deputy.
Date of first publication Ootobor 5,
'Date of last publication November 2,
NQTICBI OP LOCAL OPTION Kl.Krriox
Notice Is hereby plven that on tip r,t'h
day of November, 1012. the date ..f the
genera] county election in Kt->v*nn
county, Washington, an election will be
held In the city of rolvllle, said county
anil state, said city betntr a unit under
the local option law of the shite of
WashinKton, for the purpose of voting
on the following queitlon: "Shall the
sale of Intoxicating li.uior lie 11 ■nseil
within the said city of Colvl»e."
Salrl election shall he held in con
nection with the creneral county el"c
tlon and the election officers acti i" -it
such general county election ihall ael
iis the election otllcers at the election on
the submission of such question
Witness my hand and the seal r sil,l
ctty thU 4th day of October \ n iei|
A. B. BANSBUtIN ' '
What is that Accelerated En
downment Plan? Ask Stimson.
Talk with Stimson.
A New Back for an Old One. H%
it can be Done in Colville.
The back aches at times with a dull,
indescribable feeling, making you
weary and restless; piercing pains
shoot across the region of the kidneys,
and again the loins are so lame thamo
stoop is agony. No use to rub or apply
a plaster to the back if the kidneys are
weak. You cannot reach the cause.
Colville residents would do well to
profit by the following example.
Mrs. G. T. Bellnap, Davenport, Wn.,
says: "I know that Doan's Kidney
Pills are a good kidney medicine fo*l
have used them with excellent results
and I have often talked with people
who have taken them with success. I
was troubled a great deal with back
ache and pains in my sides and loins.
My kidneys did not do their work regu
larly and the kidney secretions were
unnatural. When a friend advised Jie
to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I immedi
ately procured a box. Their use im
proved my condition in every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V.,
sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other. i>
Colville Theater „
H. D. Williams, Manager
Every night 7 to 10:30
Continuous Motion Picture
Money to Loan
On Improved Lands
J. F. TEEL, Spokane, Wn.
321 Paulson Building
Expert Administration of
In diseases and injuries. Roentgeno
logie X Honetschlaeger. 234 Granite
ff^ti /5m3 (SSI . *-. "" 5pS
10 &**** ~$
Wherever you see a
roofing advertisement *
remember that its
words of self-praise and
description came from the
original advertisement! of the
Malthoid Roofing makers —
The l'araffine Paint Co.
of San Francisco
and Chicago Heights.
Twenty-eight years ago
they said of their roofing all
the nice things that are now said
of every other roofing.
These "others" have stolen
their words —
imitated their methods —
but they cannot duplicate the
quality of Malthoid roofing—
it ;>.'■' /.ys was the best and
always will be.
Whenever you see a
roofing advertisement think
of Malthoid the original.
Ew-itiy Heated Homes
Tlv alr-UKbt torture embodied In die's
Original Alr-Tlgbt Wood Rutrr nialiei II pus
ilbie to control tbe bunilng ul wind, ttnt to
charcoal. Charcoal makei a clean, hot fire
iiiul loaves very 111 tic aab. This means a
pnvinc of at lonst :.« per cent in the saving
i r fuel sa compared to Itovci with cast but
ton)* or ilile door framei which have taojey
.. t Imn ami iteol joint!. It In n l >W'ct
rn.llator uf heat, giving out nil the beat pro
duced by the lire Tins ln-ut from burning a
Fiiiglc ut'wsjmpcr cun I>e ft'lt n cross Iho room.
II liolch are over nl?lirwlili llulil wood, coba
or traah, The (It is never out ami by limply
pnttlng In n iluip freib fu< 1 In tin- morning.
.v n cm hvnt up the room from zero to 70
(! •--!■<■■■ In liv,. minutes' tlni>, We liars thi'in
In il «l/oi nml itfleg. iTtaa $l..*iu inul up.
The New York Worl<%
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at hand, and you want the news accu
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since established a record for impartial
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a-week edition, which comes everj
other day in the week, except Snuday.
It will be of particular value to you
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ffct, every thing that is to be found in a
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The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1.00 per
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We offer this unequaled newspapernThd
The Colville Examiner together for one
year for $2.15
The regular subscription price of the
two papers is $2.50.