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title: 'The Colville examiner. (Colville, Wash.) 1907-1948, October 19, 1912, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE LOCAL NEWS
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. Lass well 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
For Sale—s room house and 2
lots in Portland add. to Republic.
Cheap if sold at once.—G. H.
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
Co. 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.
Leigh ton, jeweler. Watches
cleaned $1, and guaranteed one
year. Spring $1, jewels $1, 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.
What is that Accelerated En
downment Plant Ask Stimson.
Earl Jelly, transmission Engin
eer for the Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph Co., was in Colville
this week looking over the local
plant. Mr. Jelly is probably one
of the most competent electrical
engineers ever on this line, hav
ing installed a number of long
distance repeating plants in vari
ous parts of the country, which
is considered the most skilled
work known to electrical trans
John Leighton now claims the
record as a potato grower in
this section of the country. He
states that from exactly one acre
of land just south of town he
has dug 18 tons of marketable
potatoes, or 600 bushels. This
crop was raised from new land,
having had but one previous
J. C. Lloyd, a resident of Col
fax for 30 years, stopped off in
Colville Tuesday on his way to
the Methow with his daughter
Mrs. S. M. Lloyd, also of Coif ax.
Mr. Lloyd came to Oregon in '45
and Walla Walla in '59 and re
members the days when freight
ing was done between Colville
and Walla Walla. He has the
distinction of wearing an Odd
Fellows 40-year badge, and says
he has voted the democratic
ticket continuously since 1860.
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Clinton Camp on Fri
day of last week.
Thomas Thosron, western pur
chasing agent for the John Shr
oder Lumber Co. of Milwaukee,
was shipping lumber from Pal
mer's spur this week.
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
Have you registered? Books
are open at Rice's.
"No Tr<jspassing 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 19, 1912
The eight numbers rendered
by the Colville band Sunday
afternoon in the courthouse yard
were highly appreciated by more
than a hundred people. The
class of music rendered is evi
dence that the boys have been
working hard ami shows talent
and painstaking effort on the
part of Mr. Fontair, the leader.
On Thursday evening the 10th
the Brotherhood of American
Yeoman held an open meeting,
with program t>y the children,
and a big supper. Music, danc
ing and cards were enjoyed.
The Yeoman membership is
about 50, and meeting nights are
second and fourth Thursdays at
the I. 0. 0. F. Hall.
Christian Science Society. —
Chapel, cor. Cedar and Ist. Ser
vice Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m.; Sunday school at 10 a.m. Mid
week meeting Wednesday even
ings at 8 o'clock. The reading
room open Wednesday and Sat
urday from 2 to 4 in the Chapel.
The public is welcome. Subject
lesson sermon, "Doctrine of
Chas. J. Eckert, of the Colum
bia Valley Roller Mill at Kettle
Falls, came to Colville this week
and reports that he is running the
mill full shift now, and grinding
lots of grain. The mill buys
wheat, barley and oats at mar
ket price, and makes flour, farina,
cornmeal, graham, and whole
wheat flour. Mr. Eckert has
been a miller for 40 years, hav
ing learned the trade in the old
country. He and his partner Y.
H. Morris have worked up a big
exchange business with the farm
ers, and have arranged quarters
so that farmers can stay over
night at the mill if necessary.
The management of the cen
tral telephone office in Colville
received orders from the general
offices in San Francisco last week
to submit a correct report as to
the number of calls in and out,
including calls and switches
made for the local exchange for
a period of four days. This re
port shows an average of 240
calls answered • per hour during
the day shift, or four numbers
answered and switches made
Sunday morning at the Con
gregational church, the pastor
will speak on ' 'When Mercy Meets
Jaith." In the evening the ser
mon topic will be "Meeting the
Bridegroom." Christian Endeav
or meeting at 6:30 p. m. Special
music at all services.
The Stevens county teachers
institute will be held in Colville
November 25, 26, 27. This
change from the previous date
announced was made to permit
the teachers of the county to
use two days of the five required
for institute, attending the In
land Empire Teachers' Associat
ion which meets in April in Spo
kane. Last year many teachers
expressed a desire to attend this
meeting but were unable. This
year it is made a part of the
county institute, provided that
teachers unable to attend the
Spokane sessions may give two
days to the visitation of the
County Model school at Addy or
some other progressive school.
Dr. Rachel Benn of Edinboro,
Pa., who has been a missionary
in North China, has returned to
her home after visiting at the
home of Mrs. V. H. Rounds of
Rice, and in Colville.
S. S. Beggs was in Seattle over
Sunday, and attended the Mon
day meeting of the democratic
state committee, of which he is
the Stevens county member.
The Freshies won from the
Grammars in the ball game last
week 6to 3. Freshman battery
Bresnahan and Rice; Grammar,
Strange, Faugsteed, Stewart. It
is reported that the favored bat
ter for the Freshies was Aubert;
Fielder, Rice; for the Grammar,
batter, Walsh; fielder, Wernli.
This was the third game, with
the Grammars winner of the
Fred Sherwood Dead
Samuel Fred Sherwood died at
the Soldiers Home last week,
and services and burial were at
the Home. He was born in 1832
and lived a large part of his life
in the Colville valley. In July it
was reported that he was dead,
but life lingered with him until
last week. During the last few
years he had been very feeble.
New York vs. Boston.
The million dollar ball game
between New York and Boston
which decided the world's champ
ionship between the American
and National leagues Wednes
day resulted in a score of three
to two in favor of the Boston ians.
This is conceded to be the great
est game ever witnessed on the
General election Nov. 5.
Colville city election, Dec. 3.
Gray Concert Company, \r')<;al
ist, pianist, violinist, and reader
Ilifjli lebool drama, Dec. 10.
Si rollers male quartet, Feb. 8.
Ratto, impersonator, March 'W
Don't miss the chicken dinner
at Dorman's Cafe every Sunday
Piano for sale—Almost new;
address box 92, R. F. D. 1, Col
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
Expert Administration of
In diseases and injuries. Roentgsno*
logic X Honetachliegar, 234 Granite
4 AMUSEMENTS I
H. D. Williamx, Manager
Every nitfht 7 to 10:30
Continuous Motion Picture
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.
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