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title: 'The Colville examiner. (Colville, Wash.) 1907-1948, December 23, 1922, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE BANK OF COLVILLE
WISHES THE READERS OF THE
A MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS
WILL BE A BETTER YEAR
FOR OUR COUNTRY
Capital $100,000 Colvffle and Kettle Falls
COLVILLE NEWS f
Go to Rich's for your glasses. Sat
If you want graham, try a nine
pound sock of Top-Noch, for mush or
gems. For sale at all dealers. —adv.
Loose Leaf outfits at the Examiner.
—F. C. B^-
I. I. Steven* Lodne No. 143, K. of P.
lleets each second and fourth Mon
day of each month. Visiting mem
A. C. Douglass, M. of W.
The largest stock in Stevens
county, and the cheapest place to get
what you want. Get our price be
fore buying elsewhere. What we
do not have in stock we make up on
short notice. All classes of mill and
CRbinet work. Nothing that we can
not make if it's made of wood. Come
and see our plant and convince your
J>. H. KIMPLE, Proprietor
North Main Street, Colvflls
It no doubt is the desire of every person bestowing a gift at Christ
mas time to please the receiver in the best way he can. Cost of the gift
is to most persons the only obstacle. It thus happens that every year
a vast amount of money is wasted on gifts that are neither useful nor
sensible. Electrical gifts cost more it is true, but they are useful for
many years, and they are appreciated by every one. If the cost of the
article is too great for a single person, why not the members of a
family club together and get Mothei or Father one desirable and use
ful gift rather than four or five inconsequential articles. We quote
prices on Electrical gifts below. We sell on terms. You will note a wide
variety of gifts and prices. It will be a matter of a few moments to
pick out something the receiver will prize, not only on Christmas morn
ing, but throughout the whole year and for many years.
Percolators from $12.50 to $22.50. Auto Engine Heaters $3.75
Curling Irons from $3.50 to $4 Air Heaters $11
Waffle Irons from $12.50 to $20 P«s.ure Cooker $30
Toasters $8 Sewing Machine Motors $18
STge. from $75 to $220 Grills from $11 to $12.50
r-t. « - rti.h M *20 Sewing Machine $55
n I ,fe «5 Warming Pad. $6.50 to $8.50
TU llmil at Cost Hot Plates, All Price.
Ju": ££ ." cT Water Heater, ,6.50 and up
Portable Lamps, at Cost Tea Unw. at Cost
Boudoir Lamps, at Cost
IT COSTS NOTHING TO LOOK. COME IN—BEE FOB YOURSELF
Stevens County Power & Light Go.
Wanted, car-load alfalfa hay. Write
A. A. DeWitz, Marcus.
LOST AND FOUND
Strayed, 4 yr. bright bay mare,
black mane and tail, brand FS left
shoulder. Finder nofffy Frank Bryan,
Colville, R. D. 1.
To trade, 80 acres Minidoka irri
gation project for Colville stock
ranch.—Chas. H. Ha"vr, Rupert,
Idaho, Route 3.
For sale, Al alfalfa.—W. J. Mc-
Farlane, R. 1, Bossburg.
For sale, purebred Barred Rock
cockerels of well known 111-A-Hee
strain. $3 if taken at once.—Mrs.
Henry Grinne'l, Addy.
For sale, general merchandise store
at Rice, Wash.; fine proposition,
some terms. Call or address Jordan
The cou»-^y game warden would
appreciate your help in preserving
our game birds thr >ugh the severe
winter weather. Please notify the
warden of any birds that need feed
and feed will be supplied fo> them.
Write or phone L. S. Harbison,
phone 1385, Colville.—Adv.
The Grange Warehouse Co. of
Colville, Wash., will hold the annual
meeting at the Palace theater, Col
ville, on Tuesday, January 9, at 11
o'clock a. m.—M. H. C. Allen, secre
Examiner want ads pay—Try them
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, December 23,1922
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McFarlane of
Bossburg were Colville shoppers
Lester Cohrs has be«n in Prine
villo, Oregon, this week on account
of the illness and death of his sis
A 7Vi pound girl was born Dec. 13
to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hunter at their
home on Union Flats. Mrs. Hunter
was formerly Miss Ruby Sanford.
The following letters remain un
called for at the Colville postoffice:
Bert Abbott, Stella Bennett, Eates
Dinkley, Mrs. Florence Nappin, Miss
H. J. McFadden, George Ohman, F.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cleator Dec. 15. The
girl is named Margaret Esther, for
her two grandmothers according to
the ancient Scottish custom.
One of the display windows of
the Model Bakery was beautifully
decorated this week with pastry spe
cialties and ornamental pastry deco
rations, the work of the baker Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dodson of
Marcus have been spending the week
at the home of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Aspend. Mr. Dod
son was compelled to be here for
medical treatment, and the Standard
Oil deliveries for Marcus have been
made from Colville.
James Potter of Chewelah has
been assisting at the Colville sta
tion of the Standard Oil Co. owing
to the illness of Manager Sutton and
Glen Crewse of-Colville and Man
ager Lloyd Dodson of Marcus.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Durdle expect
to leave next week for South Bend,
where he becomes agricultural agent
for Pacific county. They will sell
their home here. Mr. Durdle has
been a resident here for 4% years,
3 years of the time in charge of the
agricultural department of the Col
ville high school.
Miss Ethel Foley, county stenog
rapher, has been confined to her bed
for two weeks with neuralgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Keller expect
to leave Christmas day for Califor
nia, where they will visit his brother
Albert Keller at Riverside, and at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Baker in Los Angeles. They will be
gone for several months.
Walter Johnson is at the Mt. Car
mel hospital being treated for a
mashed toe sustained at the Glad
stone mine at Leadpoint, when- a
mine cap fell from an upper level
and landed on a big toe. The bone
was mashed at the end, and the
mashed end was removed at the
J. M. Lewis of the Winslow Lum
ber Co. force was operated at Mt.
Carmel hospital this week for ab
The bell on the Free Methodist
church will be used in connection
with the city fire bell, in giving
alarm in case of fire. This arrange
ment will continue until the city in
stalls a fire siren.
The water tank exploded Saturday
morning in the kitchen of Deputy
Sheriff L. A.«Sizemore, but did little
damage beyond flooding the kitchen.
The water mains outside the houxe
had frozen, giving the steam no
chance to expand its pressure except
upon the tank.
Mrs. Mary Conner, aged 66, of
Rice, was operated for appendicitis
Dec. 15 at Mt. Carmel hospital.
Word has been received of the
death of J. H. Vierth at Nevada, Mo.,
Dec. 13. He was the father of Mrs.
W. C. Vilwock, and lived in Colville
for about a year, leaving here five
Colville has had 14 inches of snow
during December. All of last week
was cold, but on Sunday night the
weather moderated, and this week
has been very pleasant winter weath
er, with good sledding.
There will bo a hard times dance
at Narcisse hall tonight, with prizes
for best costumes. Everybody in
Rich quits: If you want real
Christmas gifts go to Rich's closing
For good food and fair prices you
can't beat the Tray Tavern Cafeteria
••COLD IN THE HEAD"
Is an an.'i; attack of N... ■ ;w Caturr.i.
Those subject to frequent "coldl In the
head" will find that the us- of HAI.I/H
17 I'Aimil MEDICINE will build up the
Syatera and render them lees liable to
colds. Repeuted attacks of Acute Ca
tarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is
taken Internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous surfaces ot the
System, thus reducing the Inflammation
and assisting: Nature In restoring normal
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Spokane NORTHBOUND Colvllle
820 a. m 11:10 p. m.
Colville SOUTHBOUND Spokane
1:50 p. 'n _._ _.G:2O p. m.
Leaves SUNDAY Arrives
Spokane NORTHBOt !*D Colville
8:20 a. n „ I»:10 p. m.
Leaves BTJNDAT Arrivaa
Colvllle SOUTHBOUHD Spokane
1:44 p. ii , 7:41 p n>
On account of increasing business I find that my present quar
ters are too small to take care of many demands of my custom
ers, and am forced to move to larger quarters the first of the
year. lam therefore offering every article in the store at a big
discount to save moving expense.
You will find articles of every description, and everything goes
«• DISCOUNT °<'»-
-10 to 30 Per Cent
Owing to lack of space will list a few of the many bargains
that can be found in the store:
Dining Tables Beds,Springs,Mattresses
Dining Chairs Rugs, Linoleum
Buffets Heating Stoves
Chiffonier and Dressers £™f e e*nd Aluminum Ware
Rocking Chairs Coaster Sleds and Skates
Take advantage of this sale and select CHRISTMAS GIFTS for the family.
This sale will continue until the first of the year, when we move
to the new quarters,at 145 S. Main Street.
Liston Mercantile Co.
Phone 535 COLVILLE Cor. First and Oak St.
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