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NEWS IN COLVILLE
Atty. and Mrs. L. C. Jesseph
returned Monday from Marble,
where they visited over Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. F. Reed.
On Sunday they visited the
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hoskins
left Monday for Portland, and
expect to remain on the coast
several weeks for the benefit of
Mrs. Hoskins' health.
Mrs. John B. Slater returned
Thursday evening from a three
weeks visit with her sister Mrs.
R. N. Wright at Lewiston.
Ingolf Charles Faugsteed, only
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Faug
steed, proprietors of the Star
cafe, died Thursday evening at
10 o'clock from inflammation of
the brain. He arrived home two
weeks ago from an absence of
two months in Montana and Can
ada, where he was employed at
railroad construction work. He
had been sick for more than a
week before arriving home and
suffered intensely from epilepsy.
He was born Oct. 8, 1897, at Ber
gen, Norway, and arrived in Col
ville with his mother to join Mr.
Faugsteed in April, 1908. For
one year he lived in Spokane with
his parents, who operated the
Pedicord cafe about two years
ago. Shortly after arriving in
Colville from his native country
he was overcome with the heat
while playing ball, and from that
time had suffered from epileptic
apells. He attended the Colville
schools, and was in his freshman
year when he was obliged to quit
school on account of his illness.
He was fond of music, and for
two years was a member of the
lam going to send
And take my face to see Border
Days, and have some good pic
tures made at
Smith's Photo Shop
The Colville Photographer
4-cylinder, 30 to 35 h. p.
The famous Dodge engine.
Full floating rear axles.
Full electric equipment.
A large car, wide doors, beau
tifully upholstered, carries 15
gallons gasoline. Unusual gaso
line and tire mileage and marked
freedom from repair. A high
class car for a medium cost. If
yon ride in it you will want one.
At Colville or all Pacific Cowt poinU.
Colville, Wwh. Phon. 70x.
Colville band, playing the slide
trombone. Ingolf was a boy of
high ambitions, and wa? gifted
with many admirable character
istics. He leaves many friends
who mourn his early death.
Funeral services will be Jvld
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the
Prindle Undertaking Parlors,
Rev. Harlo H. Ferris preaching
the funeral sermon. Pallbearers
will be chosen from amonjr his
boy friends. Interment in High
Found -Horse,description dark
bay, star in forehead, weight
950. Owner may have same by
proving same and payingcharges.
Sam Seagraves, Colville.
A. C. Wetterer, merchant, and
David Dunn and L. F. Shores,
dispatchers for the Great North
em at Marcus, were Colville vis
Al Droz has returned home
from a few months stay near
Bossburg, where he was engaged
at carpenter work.
J. L. McCarty held preaching
services last Sunday at the
Grange hall at Aladdin.
Attys. Carey & Johnson spent
several days in Spokane this
week, representing the plaintiff
in the case of Peck vs. the Old
Frank A. Savage, after a few
days business visit in Colville and
Northport, returned Monday to
Bonners Ferry, Idaho, where he
is managing a store for J. L.
Kane of this city. Mr. Savage
states that the back waters of
the Kootenai river have flooded
the town from four to five feet,
and in some places the water is
25 feet deep.
R. R Coleman, merchant at
Inchelium, was a business visitor
in Colville Tuesday.
Dectective anJ Mrs. Cecil
Thompson, and daughters Cecelia
and Mrs. Lottie Smith and son
Victor autoed up from Spokane
to spend the week with Mr. and
Mrs. Ambrose May on Mt. Col
The following letters remain un
called forat the Colville postoffice:
Mrs. Erma Colby, C. T. Christen
son, Wess Hathorn, Harry Power,
W. S. Russell, Mrs. Nellie Sill
more, Mrs. J. E. Salman.
DH. S. E. ItOSKNTHAL, of Spokane,
has purchased the residence and prac
tice of Dr. W. S. Wallace, and will take
possession of same about July 1. Dr.
Rosenthal is a brother-in-law of W.
B. Dingle and comes hero well recom
PROFESSOR W. I. Wagley, principal
of the Kettle Falls school, has resigned
his position to take a place in the
Tacoma schools. His many friends
will regret his loss to society, church
and school, in each of which he has
acted a prominent and useful part.
Arlelgh Hough of the Valley school
will take his place on the county board.
Everybody's friend—Dr. Thomas 1
Eclectic Oil. tlie great household rem
edy for tootbuches, earache. sore
throat, cuts, bruises, .scalds. Sold at
all drill? stores. BBc and 50c — Adv,
AN RNTHUBIABTIC meeting of Ste
vens county chautauquans was held at
the courthouse Thursday nlsht. Tlie
following officers were elected:
President—H. R. Williams.
Vice presidents—Henry It. Kpedden.
Howard W. Stull antl Hay ward O. Balr.
Secretary—Henry R. Spedden.
Treasurer —George W. Seal.
Advertising committee—F. Leo Grln
atead, Ij. C. Richardson, J. C. Harridan,
Clalr Hunt, W. L. Sax.
Chairmen of ticket committee—l,. C.
Jeaseph, W. L. Biggar and P. H. Gra
Chairmen of grounda committee—C.
T. Wlnslow, Ralph Wlllett and James
The ehautautjua talent for Colvllle
liiih been Increased from twenty-four
to forty artlata.
An active campaign will be begun In
Colville at once and the annual clian
tauqua will be bigger and better than
Whereaa, the creator of all things
lias taken Walter Oammagfa. a member
of till-: council; and,
Whoreas, the members of tbia coun
cil deeply deplore this, and feel that
the city has lost a useful, conscientious
mid loyal servant;
Resolved, that the common council
of the city of Colvllle. Washington, ex
tend to the Borrowing family Its deep
Ili-solvcd. that a copy of these ru.su
lutlona be entered upon the minutes of
Ibis body; a copy be aent to the b«
reaved family, and also to the Colvill*
papers for publication.
June 20 1916.
W. Q. HAKTWEI.I.,
J. H. CRAFT,
I'nv in fldvaiK'e and prot
Mvi Examiner for fl .
let tlu Framintr for Job priuti <
The Ciolvillc Examiner, Saturdny. July 1, 1916
Accordi ■ m to preal ni Indict
tions anH s ,\'.< I I do ' v tl c
OOfflDiiiti ( cii
Bonloi (li ■ i in < "1
vii;. Jin, ; i i'> - i| •linß
am) more than hi .s been ;Jver
tisctl. Sov(Miiccii wild wyuaes
arrived Friday from the re. erv»
tion, nd 12 more well known
bucking bronc oa arc expected
here today. .\ carload of well
known Mexican mustangs ami
outinw horses i- expected lo ar
rive f'om Lapwaj and Gr»nge«
ville tomorrow. Phese horaes
ar>> known 1 be i fl actors, hav
ing l> en in a I the roundups and
bucking c nts ■ts thai have been
held in Oregon and Washinrton
the last flvp year 3. Aside from
a pcire of Indian riders from the
reservation, there are now here
seven of the buckaroi 9 from Lap
way, Pendlelon and Toppenish,
all of whom are champions cither
in riding, roping or bulldozing
stetrs. Three bulls are now here,
to be ridden by any of 'he hust
ers who care to take a ehanr-e.
A Snap for Some One
Five-passenger, 40 h. p. Buick
car for sale. Cash price $200 if
taken t once See Willett Bros.
JackTayli r nf '\>< '.. m< and Jus Kervavas will appear in a finish
wrestling match in Colville Julj '>. at theater building. Match to be
two best in three falls. Catch a alch can style. Mr. Taylor weighs
215 pounds a. <1 Mr Ktrvavas 2 i Mr. Kervavas is the champion
of Greece and ha be essful in this country. Mr. Taylor
goes east immelia el.v wfter Ihi; bout for two months engagement
and will challenge Straiiff'cr lewis and Nebraska "Scisssors"
Stechl-r while tin re.
■^ fit. ...
t' ' "- ' • ■ ■■ $* - " '■ ' ' ■
h .% ' ' ■ \
A. J. SMITH
Resident Piano Tuner
Orderi left at the OolvUla Bong Shop
will receive prompt attention, or ail
dreM Colvile R. 1). 1.
A. J. Berg
R 11. Gardner
Cleaning, repairing, pressing
Alterations and Fitting
Finest line of samples ever shown
in Stevens county
Modern workmanship and per
fect fit and satisfaction
Bank of Colville Bldg. Colville
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Business and 'Patriotism I
A Nonpartisan Appeal to the Nation
H Waihingltn, April 21, 1916
E /'• the 'Bunnett Mm •/ Amtrtctk:
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I In- confidential industrial inventory you are asked to j
I! supply is intended for the exclusive benefit of the War and I
Navy Departments and will be used in organizing the indut- I
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in the interest of the people and government of the United I
H State*. Faithfully yours,
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