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Every man enjoys recreation and sport of some kind. There is
nothing more conducive of real manhood than' shooting. You
know that any man who is a marksman or hunter derives more
pleasure from this than from anything else. <• We don't have
the game to hunt that our forefathers did but what we lose in
this respect is more than made up by superior equipment.
f We want every sportsman and every man who appreciates
good fire arms to see our stock of shot guns and rifles. 'We
enjoy showing them just as much as you do seeing them.
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The Colville Examiner, Saturday, November 16. 1912
Issued ETery Saturday morning. En
tered as second-class matter, Oct. 31,
1907, at the postoffice at Colriile, Wash.,
under act of congress of March 3, 1879.
Subscription Price, $1.50 Year; 5c Copy
.1. C. Harrigan, Editor and Proprietor
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
I THE LOCAL NEWS I
New Law Firm.
The announcement that Judge
D. H. Carey and W. Lon John
son have formed a law partner
ship which will commence busi
ness in the Rickey Block at Col
ville on the 10th day of Jan
uary, is gratifyingly received by
the people of Stevens county.
Judge Carey is now closing a
term of eight years upon the
superior court bench, and is
known over the state generally
as one of the ablest jurists of
Judge Carey's success upon
the bench has received the high
est commendation from members
of the bar and litigants general
ly, and it has given every one
unusual pleasure to learn that
the record he has made in the
supreme court of the state dur
ing the past four years, stands
at the head of the records of
all other superior court judges
of the state in our supreme court,
during that period of time.
The people of Stevens county
regret that Judge Carey is leav
ing the bench. Many had re
quested him to remain upon the
bench, but his answer has been
that while he enjoyed the work
of the court, yet he could not
afford to remain upon the bench
on account of the small salary
the office was paying.
W. Lon Johnson, who has been
clerk of the superior court for
two terms and who some time
ago was admitted to the bar of
the state, is a young man of high
moral character possessing con
siderable court experience in the
practice of law naturally result
ing from the work of the office
which he has been filling, and it
is reasonable to conclude that
with the coupling of Mr. John
son's high ambitions, with the
experience, legal ability and
sound judgment of Judge Carey,
the new law firm of Carey & John
son will meet with the best of
success and add strength and
efficiency to the services of the
legal profession of Stevens
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Rico come
reports of a wonderful new discov
ery that is believed will vastly ben
efit the people. Ramon T. Mar
ohan of Baroelometa, writes:'' Dr.
King's New Discovery is doing
plendid work here. It cured me
about five times of terrific coughs
and colds, also my brother of a se
vere cold in his chest and more
than 120 others, who used it on my
advice. We hops this great medi
cine will yet be sold in every drug
store in Porto Rico." For throat
and lung troubles it has no equal.
A trial wil convince you of its
merit; 50c and $1. Trial bottle
free. Guurcncecd by Frank B.
What is that Accelerated En
downment Plant Ask Stimson.
Stimson is the M. B. man.
He Got the Coin
About a year ago one Frank
White passed spurious paper to
the amount of about $90 on four
of the leading business houses in
Colville, namely, Barmans, The
Leader, Hanna Bros, and J. D.
Casey & Son. White purchased
small bills of goods from each of
the tour stores, receiving the
remainder in cash. White was
soon apprehended and brought
back to Colville, later was tried
and convicted of forgery and sen
tenced to from two to fifteen
years in the penitentiary.
The same stunt was pulled off
on Monday of this week when
George Miller, a dishwasher in
Faugsteed's restaurant, went in
to Barmans, bought a few small
articles of clothing, and cashed a
$30 check; then stepping across
the street he bought two shirts
with another $30 check from the
Colville Leader. Hanna Bros,
were then asked to cash a $26
check but refused to handle the
boy's paper. J. D. Casey & Son
were then visited and sold the
tricky dishwasher two shirts
and a cap for three dollars which
were paid for with the third $30.
check. The boy who is but 17
years of age, came from Spo
kane about six weeks ago. When
last seen, he was on the north
bound train Tuesday evening.
Sheriff Miller and deputies are
on the lookout for the young
forger and expect to have him
follow White to Walla Walla.
Back In Old Chi.
"Mr. G. L. Koppe, who has
been trying the west for the past
two years, is back again with
Turner Brothers, in charge of
their jewelry department. He
says Chicago is good enough for
him. Mr. Koppe was with this
firm over two years, and his
many friends will be glad to hear
of his return."—Chicago West
Mr. Koppe was with the Col
ville Drug Company in the ca
pacity of jeweler for nearly two
years. He is one of the organiz
ers of the Y. M. C. L. of Colville,
and was very prominently con
nected with its affairs since
its organization. He has the hon
or of having filled all the chairs of
the local. Appreciating the unus
ual executive ability of Mr. Koppe
a special dispensation was had by
the members, resulting in his elec
tion as permanent "Butler."
His ability in this connection fill
ed an ever present need and his
absence leaves a relatively empty
void, the members say.
After the earnest solicitation
of many business and profession
al men of the city, Grover Gra
ham on Wednesday consented
to allow his name to go before
the voters of Colville as a candi
date for the office of city clerk
at the city election to be held
December 3. The argument in
favor of Grover Graham for city
clerk, is that he is thoroughly
competent to fill the office, is re
liable, trustworthy and honest,
is a native product of Colville, an
exemplary young man with as
many friends as acquaintances
and has always displayed a public
spirited interest in the affairs
of the city. He has always serv
ed on baseball,, Fourth of July
and athletic committees and in
fact all social functions for sever
al years, without any remunera
tion, and if this city has any
favors to show anyone, Grover
Graham is entitled to be remem
bered. The news that he has
consented to be a candidate for
office of city clerk seems to meet
with general approval.
Woman wants housework
A Great Building Falls
When its foundation is uncler
nined, and if the foundation of
health — good disgestion —is at
tacked, puick collapse follows. On
the first signs if indigestion, Dr.
King's New Life Pills should be
taken to tone the stomach and reg
ulate liver, kidneys and bowels.
Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25
cents at Frank B. Goetter's.—Adv.
A Certificate of Deposit
A certificate of deposit is a
bank's written acknowledgment
of having received a sum of
money from a depositor, subject
to withdrawal on demand, and
bearing interest from date, if left
a certain length of time.
Our certificates of deposit
draw four per cent interest, and
provide a safe and convenient
method of caring for surplus
U. S. Depositary for postal savings funds
State vs. Allen and Todd, as
sault, pleaded guilty to 3d de
gree, Todd sentenced 6 months
and Allen 2 months in county
State vs. Tim Kelly, robbery,
State vs. Wm. Stewart, with
selling whiskey to an Indian,
setting continued to next term.
State vs. Hugh Mclntosh, found
guilty 3d degree assault.
State vs. Bartholomew, charg
ed with murder, trial set for 19th.
Prosecuting Attorney Stull and
Asst. Atty. General S. H. Kell
aran and W. W. Zent, attorneys
for prosecution; Jesseph & Grin
stead for defense.
State vs. Robt. Runyon, charg
ed with assault, found not guilty.
State vs. Patrick Delaney,
found guilty 2d degree assault.
State vs. Dye, charged with
criminal assault, case thrown out
of court for lack of corroborative
John F. Main, the Hay candi
date for supreme bench, who de
feated Judge Black by about
Arthur Jones Stewart and Miss
Iva Whisnand were married at
Creston, Mont., Nov. 12, and
will make their home there. The
bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Whisnand,
who resided in Colville three
years, and who left last spring
for Creston, Mont. The groom
is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
0. F. Stewart of this city, and
has rented a ranch near Creston.
Both of these young people are
most favorably known in the
Colville valley, and have the best
wishes from many friends here.
The Colville Leader has inaug
urated what is probably the
greatest sale in its history, and
will reduce its stock preparatory
to a reorganization of the com
The Columbia Garage
Is now equipped to do all kinds
of repairing for automobiles,
stationary and portable engines,
farm and mill machinery.
George Rioth, Mgr.
Expert Administration of
In diseases and injuries. Roentgeno
logie X Honetschlaeger. 234 Granite
Help the Chronic and
Cure the Sick
H. D. Williams, Manager
Every night 7 to 10:30
Continuous Motion Picture
FOLEY KIDNEY PHIS
For Backache Kidneys and Buddh
Thanksgiving, Nov. 28.
Colville city election, Dec. 3.
High school drama, Dec. 10.
Strollers male quartet, Feb. 8.
Patto, impersonator, March 30
The Youug People's Country
Club of White Lake will hold a
dance Saturday evening the 16th
at their club house, the "bull
pine hall," and on Thanksgiving
night will give their annual
Thanksgiving dance. Tickets
are 50c, and everybody is invited.
Hanna Bros, are starting a
big sale today, and offer their
stock at 65c on the dollar.