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SAVING IS INSURANCE
The time may come when the
little nest egg you have in the bank
will come in handy.
Periods of adversity come to all.
A savings account in this bank is
the best preparedness for such
$1.00 will start an account.
4 per Cent interest
i COLVILLE NEWS i
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Go to Rich's for your glasses. Sat
ff you want graham, try a nine
pound sack of Top-Noch. for mush or
gems. For sale at all dealers. —adv.
If your watch or clock needs re
pairing and you want it well done,
and at reasonable prices, try us.—E.
J. Milberg, The Leading Jeweler.
—p. c. a—
I. I. Stevens Lodge No. 143, K. of P.
Meets each second and fourth Mon
day of each month. Visiting mem
C. N. Hanson, M. of W.
of all kinds
FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Colville Weld and
North Main Colville
fIRESJ" n '
cost money and even the best of
them suffer from punctures, worn
tread, blisters and blow outs.
We can save you considerable ex
pense in the way of rubber bills if
you bring your tire troubles to us.
The practical modern methods in
we employ make every job entrusted
to us durable and lastingly satisfac
COLVILIE TIRE SHOP
LOST AND FOUND
Lost, one short two-year red heifer.
Hole in left ear. Has horns. One
black yearling steer. Has no horns.
One short yearling red heifer. Has
no horns. All branded F on right
hip but might not show. —I. Fors
lund, Addy, R. F. D. No. 2.
Strayed, black water spaniel dog
6 months old, white on breast; re
ward offered. Notify F. E. Mark,
Lost, red steer, 3-years old, de
horned, branded TS on right hip;
grown bull, branded TS on right hip.
Finder notify Theo. Schuerman, Col
ville, R. 1.
Strayed, two yearling colts. One
horse colt, nearly black, white strip
in face; one> mare colt, dark bay,
white spot in forehead, block build,
no brand*. Please notify J. R. Mon
tanye, Colville, phone 1123.
Wanted, top buggy for the winter.
Phone 1093.—Kenneth G. McKay.
Want to buy turkeys, hens and
springers. For top prices call Wines,
day phone 1115, evening 485. Office
at Haun Bros. Implement Co.
For sale, span good 5-year old
horses, $200.— E. O. Kohlstedt.
For sale, 2 teams, wt. 3200 each
team. Fred Knight, Kettle Falls.
Special bargains in used pianos,
phonographs and organs. —Colville
Auto to trade for livestock. Ad
dress Box 93, Marcus.
For sale, 5-room modern house.
Inquire F. J. Van Buren, 251 N. Elm,
phone 286, Colville.
For sale at a bargain, two-ton G.
M. C. truck in good condition. En
quire Frank Llewellyn, Kettle Falls.
AT THE LAKES
Set your own Price on this
My summer resoi-t at Pend Oreille
lakes, Sevens county, Wash. 148
acres, quarter mile frontage on Lake
Thomas, quarter mile on state road;
about 300,000 feet highland tamarack
timber on place; finest lakeside grove
in northwest; lake frontage wonder
ful for wading, bathing, fishing;
spring-well at lake shore. Lay of
the land exceptionally fine.
This place makes a beautiful sum
mer home, or can be made into 26
lake-shore lots, or into a club re
serve. Possibilities almost unlimited.
This place is for sale. Regular
commission to the man who is or
brings the purchaser, no matter who
or where he is.
Address inquiries to H. W. Heri
tage, owner, Colville, Wash.
Make your Christmas packages
more perfect and help the national
perfect package campaign.
The annual meeting of the (iiange
Warehouse Co. of Colville will br
held Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 1 p. m.,
Colville, Wash.—M. H. C. Allen, Sec
A 15 V discount on Brunswick
phonographs at the Colville Piano
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, December 10, 1921
Mrs. A. B. Sansburn is convales
cent after being ill for two weeks.
\J. D. Casey spent the first of the
week in Spokane on a buying trip
fov the Leader.
John May of the Columbia garage
had his face badly burned on Mon
day when babbit was blown in his
face during the pouring of the heat
Dan Allen is singing bass in the
state college chorus at Pullman.
This chorus comprises singers from
58 Washington towns.
Mrs. James Ramsey, formerly Mrs.
J. L. Lassewll, of Spokane was a
Colville visitor the first of the week.
Henry Parsons and Glenn Parsons
of Elgin, Oregon, are visiting at the
home of their brother J. J. Parsons
of Addy. They will probably re
main during the holidays.
Maximum temperature in Colville
during November was 58 on the 2d,
minimum -10 on the 19th, average
for month 33.5, which is .2 less than
normal. The precipitation was 3.35
inches, including 20 inches of snow,
which is 1.50 more than normal for
November. Clear days 5, cloudy 20,
part cloudy 5. The ground is un
frozen under a few inches of snow.
Word has been received in Colville
of the death of Charles Edward
Kvueger, who died at Corning, Calif.,
Oct. 21. He was born at Alder, N.
1»., Aug. 18, 1898, and came with
his parents Rudolph and Ellen Krue
ger to Colville in 1902. He attended
(Ireenwood school and lived near Col
ville until the age of 22 when he
went to California. He is survived
by his nether, two sisters and two
Miss Mildred Maurer, majoring in
Co reign languages at Pullman, cele
brated her birthday anniversary Mon
day, Dec. 6, at the French house
there with a midnight spread from
the banquet box sent down by Miss
Maurer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Maurer, who also on that date
celebrated their wedding anniversary.
The banquet was given at the mid
night hour to enable Miss Helen
Larrabee, also of the French house
whose birthday occurred on the day
following, to share in the celebration.
The housemother set aside class reg
ulations for the occasion.
The funeral of Alphaus B. Cum
inings, who died at Colville Dec. 2,
was held at the McCord undertaking
parlors on Monday, with interment
at Highland, Rev. J. M. Huggins
being the officiating clergyman. De
ceased was born in Ohio, but came
west when quite young, and spent
many years in mining work. He is
survived by a widow; two sons, Jesse
Cummins of Cusick and Levi Cum
mings of Seattle; three daughters,
Mrs. Vera Jeanneret of Addy, Mrs.
May Jeanneret of Orin, Mrs. Neora
Kiffer of Orin; three brothers, Lee,
Andrew and Arthur Cummings.
E. J. Milberg this week bore evi
dence of a battle with the snow in
which he proved second best, on the
Mission hills last Sunday. A merry
skiing party comprised Mr. and Mrs.
Milberg, Miss Susie I.oim'll, Miss
Mary Mantz, Joe Rogers, Dr. R. F.
Goetter, Mr. McDonald and Robert
Wells. The icy crust on the snow
made swift going for all parties on
skiis, and all had their tumbles at
times. Mr. Milberg took one steep
descent where his speed was so
great that he could not control it,
and plunged face forward down the
hill, somewhat cutting and bruising
his face. He was wearing glasses,
but was unable to find any trace of
them after picking himself up.
Robert Wells, following Milberg in
the- descent, also took an over-head
tumble but without injury.
Mrs. Elizabeth Connelly of Star
buck has opened a dry and steam
cleaning and pressing establishment
at 159 south Oak street, and has in
stalled a Hoffman press. 'Mrs. Con
nelly will do cleaning and pressing,
both dry and steam, as well as re
pairing, and assures all perfect work
Colville has had the distinction
since 1916 of being the only town
except Spokane in Ferry, Spokane
and Stevens counties that has a meat
market with a "certificate of exemp
tion" (revocable for cause) from the
United States Bureau of Animal In
dustry. This certificate, owned by
Charles Wingham of the Wingham
Market, No. 9439, entitles the holder
to the same rights and privileges
given to packing houses. Only mar
kets holding certificates from this
bureau can ship meats out of the
country without federal inspection.
"This distinction," said Mr. Wing
ham, owner of the certificate of ex
emption, "was secured in 1916,
shortly after I built my market. The
United States Inspector who came
here when I made my application for
exemption, would not grant the cer
tificate until I had complied with all
their regulations of sanitation, cost
ing me approximately $600 more. All
inside walls had to be enameled and
the refrigerator enameled inside and
out to secure perfect sanitation."
Mrs. Roy West of Everson is visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Charles Peach was up from Val
ley on business the first of the
The following letters remain un
called for at the Colville postoffice:
C. K. Churchhill, A. B. Larson, W.
H. Miller, J. M. Powers, J. T. Smith,
E. C. Smith, Rev. G. H. Wilbur.
The city coucil on Monday night
confirmed the assessment roll of side
walk district No. 22, being both
sides of two blocks on Main street.
The roll is now in the hands of W.
W. Campbell, city treasurer, for
1. W. Eklund of Republic was in
Colville the first of the week. He
reports that the mining business
near Republic is picking up and that
conditions there are good. Mr. Ek
lund reports much snow on the
summit coining from Republic and
very little snow at Grand Forks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clinton, late
ly of Moscow, Idaho, are guests at
the home of their »on C. C. Clinton
on south Cedar street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown, of First
avenue and Wynne street, have dis
posed of their properly, and will
soon leave for their homestead on
the Columbia near Gifford. This
homestead consists of 660 acres, on
which have been constructed a good
house and barn. A portion of the
kind is under cultivation.
Tho annual meeting of the Col
vllle Valley Savings and Loan Asso
ciation will be held January 19, 1922,
at 8 p. m. in the offices of Wentz &
Bailey in the Bank of CoWiile build
ing. The purpose of the meeting is
to elect seven directors, three to
Berve one year, two to serve two
years, and two to serve three years.
Bach stockholder is entitled to one
vote for each hundred dollar share
for which he has subscribed and on
which all payments have been made.
Voting may be by proxy.
At the old time dance given by
th« band at the band auditorium last
Saturday night, music was furnished
by the Bailey orchestra, and about
200 people were present either to
dance or to watch the dancing of
Ihe old-time steps. It was found
that more ladies than men were able
to demonstrate the once-popular
movements. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Toild of White Lake were able to
lespond to every dance called, and
in several instances gave the tip to
the dancers who "used to" but had
almost forgotten. Tonight tho band
will givi> another dance at the audi
torium with the McFarland orches
tra furnishing the music.
The 80th birthday anniversary of
Mrs. J. E. Hotchkiss mi remember
t'd Sunday when a number of her
friends in the M. K. church sent her
a shower of post cards and flowers.
She has been in failing health since
June, and has been confined to her
bed for two months. It was thought
best to remove her to Mt. Carmel
hospital for a time, and this was
done on her 80th anniversary.
The Blown Shoe shop, corner First
and Wynne, has been purchased by
W. H. Clinton, recently from Mot
cow, Idaho, from J. I-. Brown. A
new stitching machine has been add
ed to the wnll-equipped shop, new
flooring has ban laid, and other im
provements added. Mr. Clinton has
also purchased lots 15 and 16, block
16, Spokane addition, on which the
property is located. Four years
ago Mr. Clinton conducted a shoe
shop here. From Colville he went
to Roundup, Montana, where he en
gaged in l>u:-inean,and later went to
Moscow, Idaho. "Business conditions
are good," said Mr. Clinton, "but we
had lived here ten years, and old
friends and my son were a stronger
tie than finance."
Miss Georgie Thayei, formerly a
teacher in the Colville schools, wan
married Nov. 27 to Henry C. Ash
at Honolulu. Miss Thayer is a sis
ter of the late Attorney R. A.
Mrs. George W. Thomas of Mey
'•)., Falls spent Wednesday shopping
and visiting in Colville.
Mrs. Frank Savage of Chewelah
was a business visitor in Colville on
Chauncey St. Clair has moved his
stock of potted plants from his
green houses to his usual winter
quarters in the Colville theater
building. Said Mr. St. CUir, "Bo
tanical wares have their seasons ot
festivity as do the horticultural.
Christinas offeriags are the cherry
plant with bright red fruits, the
ripe red and green peppers and the
cyclaman plant. Holly is to come
from British Columbia and mistletoe
A daughter was boYn to Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Keron Thursday, at Mt.
All the Victor Christmas records
now on sale at the Colville Piano
People Read These Bargains
_YOU ARE DOING IT NOW—
For Two Weeks
Special Bargain for two weeks while they last 42
piece Blue Bird Dinner Set for only $8.85
Aluminum Roasters, casseroles, glass sets, many
other articles for the home.
Good prices on Sleds, sleighs, buggies, etc.
Give us a call for almost any article made in the
Campbell Mercantile Co.
Corner First and Oak Colville
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The immortal Caruso, Kreisler, Galli-Curci,
McCormaek, Ruffo, Elman, De Gogorza, Rachman
inoff, Gluck, Victor Herbert, Sousa—these and others
of the world's greatest artists are ready to your
summons, when you possess a Victrola.
Will there l>e a Victrola in your home this Christ
Come early and make your selection.
• Ask about our deferred payment plan.
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f^mt^. , Colville, Washington
W&MMpr\ ictrnlas. Vie tin Records.
r Victrola Tungs-tone St>lus
CHRISTMAS CARDS, SEALS, TAGS
The new, smart lines of snappy holiday cards at
the Examiner are worth seeing. Ranges of prices
from 8c to 25c, including envelope, and some of the
finest process-work Xinas postal cards ever shown in
Xmas cards take the place of presents in many
cases, and in all cases accompany presents.
' A wonderful selection direct from the makers.
Also birthday cards, wedding congratulations,
engagement congratulations, guest cards, tally cards
for 500 or bridge.
Special book of samples for personally printed or
AT THE COLVILLE EXAMINER
( IIKfST M A S iM^^lK .1
goods is now on display. i^^H^Hfc^^ v"CL-J
wanted is gone. We taT*SJ^%^"~" ■l7Tp|
have everything for the
Games, Wagon*, Guns Box Neckwear and Suspenders
Horns. DrumH, TruinH Block DominoeM
Garden Sets, Toy Tea Sets Checker* Card Game*
Dollm of all kinds, Toy Furniture Manicure Setts Shaving Set*
Large Asaortment of Tree Trimming Box Handkerchief*
H«.rs.s. Kiddy Cant and Buddy Long China Tea S«-«n, Dinner Sell.
Shop early—You know we are crowde d the laxt week.
Our I'riceu are right and we try to pleaw.*
THE 5-&-10 STORE, COLVILLE
WINTER STORAGE FOR BATTERIES
» T<*L AND WILLARI) BATTERIES
Battery and Electrical Shop
AT COLUMBI* GARAGE COLVILLE, WASH.
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