STATE AND COUNTY
STATE TICKET. REPUBLICAN. DEMOCRATIC. PHOUIIESSIVB.
GOVERNOR EHNKST LISTER
ÜBUTIINAMT GOVERNOR j, F HART
CONGRESS, AT LARGE n ,j uewe y j- a- FAUXMBH
.1. E. FROST J W nItVAN
CONGRESS, THIRD DIST w L LaFOLLETTE
BBCBBTART OF STATE j M IIO WEL,L
BTATB TREASURER EDWARD MEATH
AUDITOR C. a CLAUSEN
ATTORNEY GENERAL w v XANNKK
LAND COMMISSIONER CLARK V. SAVIDGE
SUPERINTENDENT % joSEI'HINE PRESTON
INSURANCE COMMISSION () KISHBACK
oomm ticket. bijitt-
REI'ItESENTATIVE " afWKr~ J. C. HUTCHINSON
KKI'RESENTATIVE W. D. SMITH
SHERIFF W. L. WOODARD
OUBBX •'• & RICHARDSON
MDITOR A- B. SANSBURN
TRBABUBBH ItI^IHS PHILLIPS
ATTORNEY JOHN B. SLATER
ASSESSOR A. K. DODSON
SCHOOL SUPERINTEND MARTHA A. BOARDMAN
KNdINEER B. B, THOMAS
CORONER W MIGHELL
COMMISSIONER SECOND P. B, GRAHAM
COMMISSIONER THIRD M. ft STOLP NCHCPARTIIAII.
t'ulvlllr. sn|i,ri<ir Court JuUkc
JOBTICH OF PEACE A. h. KNAPP JAMES PETTY W. H.JACKSON
The county canvaaalng board has
completed ii"- count on all or the ">s
prectneta of Stevens county. The un
ollieial returni were changed un the
head of the ballot, ami Inatead or
Kooaevelt leading by some su votes as
originally reported, Wilson took the
plurality over the progressive cundi
date by nine votes. Dchs polled ISO
more votea than i'afi. The vote fol-
Tail 80S, Wllaon lliiii, Debs U,SS, so
oUtltat lai>or eleotora -5, prohibition
eleotun slit", Kooaevelt 1871.
Congreasmen at largt —Frost liny,
Dewey 1188, Conneor i»VJ, White istiu,
<iiu-H 1002, Waganknecht a'jG, rhomp
sun (prohibition) it;;, Bryan 1848, Fal
Congreaiman third diatrict—Latoi
lette ims, Drumhaller i7'JJ, Martin 1008,
Governor—Hay 1647, Litter it>7ii, Ma
li-y 871, BrearoliK 28, Stiver! tit, Hodge
Lieutenant governor—Hart 1439, Col
lier ISJ7, Barth HS4, Teats 1896.
Secretary state —Howell )3:i(i, Ryan
LBOS, Boatrom aus, Furd 1405.
state treasurer —Aleatii l^To, QUbert
ISSSX, Parka 1017, Cory 1474.
state auditor —Clausen 1366, Steven
sun ism. Arnett 'JUS, Moberg \Mi.
Attorney general—Tanner lm. Jones
1»35, Hogeri 896, .Mills HOI.
Commissioner of public lands—Sav
iilße. 1352, ScliouJPy 1553, Cupples UKli,
Superintendent of public instruction—
Preston 1260, mlonroe 1(84, Sylvester
mill, Beach IDS 7.
Insurance commissioner — Fishback
i::;;:;, Murphy ismii;, Collins ia«7.
State representative! liist district—
s. B. MaUon, pepublloan, 1148; Mrs. Eliz
abeth AI. Htayt, republioan, 16tS; Wai
ter i). smith, democrat, 2273; .1. C.
Hutchlnaon, democrat, 2525; Jamas
Chase, socialist, 881; Juim Wilson, an
olallit, 959. No county progressive, pro
blbition or socialist labor ticket in the
First republican, second democrat,
and third loclallit.
Sheriff—William Ulllsr, 23117, Walter
Woodard 1440, Dan McMillan 835.
County olerk—W. J. Bhalton 22119, U
c. Richardson 2iuii, t. a. Hunt sos.
County auditor—William Morton 2039,
a. B. Bansburn 8670, Elmer Owaley 84u.
County treaiurer —niLss Phillips,
John ktsOaolel SIM, W. L. Sax
County prosecuting attorney—How
ard W. titull 21.54, John li. Slater 2640.
No socialist candidate,
County assessor— James Algie lilt,
A. !•:. 11.m|5,,11 JIT:'. K. 8, Wiltse S4:i.
County superintendent of common
schools—Marths a. Boardman 2515, via
Kulser 2216, Dorothea Elmer Ssj.
County engineer—E. IS. Hubbard 2176,
Richard is. Thomai 2347. No loolalist
County ooroner—Harry H. West 2092,
Dr. \v. Mißiieii 2343, Charles Adam \>2-i.
County commissioner second district,
four-year term—W. \V. Palmer aiU2.
Patrick 11. Qrabam -uui, a. o. Connelly
County commissioner third district,
two-year term—E. 11. Long 1984, M. C.
BtOlp ITjIS. John M. .Smith 847.
Jinlne .sui>erior court —W. H. Jackson,
no opposition, 2731.
Judges supreme court —Overton G.
Ellis Stlt, Wallace Mount 24SIU, W. W.
Black 1653, John K. Main 85S.
Kirßt suhmitted constitutional amend
ment —For, 169 a; against, 1595.
Second submitted constitutional
amendment—For. 3066; against, 387.
Third submitted constitutional amend
ment—For, 3036; against, 320.
Fourth submitted constitutional
amendment —For, 2315; against, 554.
Township organization, which has
been an issue for several elections,
again failed by a vote of: For, 2523;
against, 491. There were 6178 votes
cast in tlie county, and the supreme
court has held, in passing upon the
question of election on township organ
ization, that in order to become effec
tive the vote must be a majority of all
votes cast in the county In its favor.
In the county seat fight In Newport,
Pend Orellle county, the vote was: New
port, 1011; lone, 408; Cuslck, 424; Usk,
151 : Newport's majority, twenty-eight.
Newport Is now the permanent county
For regular action of the bowels, easy
natural movements, relief of constipa
tion, try Doan's Regulets; 25 cents at all
1 hereby give notice of withdrawal
from the Domination for the office of
city treaaurer of the city of Colville,
Washington, and ask that my name be
not oonaidered at the election in De
The many additional duties I will
have for the next year will take OOnsld
arable of the time now to the
collection of the water rentall and other
work in conducting tlie treasurer's
offloer, thus making this step adviubla'.
1 deilra to thunk my many friends
Who have so loyally supported me In
the past, and bespeak for my suec.-ssor,
whom you choose, just as loyal support.
W. W. CAMPBBU*
Will be ClliKllilule.
1 hereby announce myself us candi
date for city treasurer at the election
December 8, and If elected will devote
as much time and attention to the
Office as may he necessary.
Following are the newly-elect id of
ficers of Faithful Kebekah lodge of Col
Noble grand, Blanche Elery.
Vice grand, May Lasswell.
Secretary, Grace Townsend.
Financial secretary, Mary Town«end.
Treasurer, Hazel liurk.
These officers will be Initiated at the
iirst meeting In January.
Concert Next Tuemlny Evenlnic.
The Colville Music Club will give
Its second concert at the Christian
church on Tuesday evening, November
19. There will be no udmlssion charged.
Chorus, choral society.
Marcli Grotesque (.Sending), Hazel
A Perfect Day (Carrie J. Bond), Hurry
Piano solo, Bertha Williams.
l.a Chasmante Marguerite, Mrs. F.
Vocal solo, Mr. Lewis.
Piano solo, Else M. Day.
A Summer Night (Loring Thomas),
Mary E. Wiley.
Piano duet, Mrs. Baker and Mrs.
The Bandolero, Mr. Star.
Chorus, choral society.
Pasadena, Calif. C. L. Parsons of the
Chas. H. Ward Drug Company writes:
"We have sold and recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for
years and believe it to be one of the
most efficient remedies In the market.
Containing no opiates or narcotics, it
can be given freely to children." Car
roll Drug Company.—Adv.
The following sermon topics will be
presented Sunday at the Congregational
church: Morning, "The Call of the
Risen Christ;" evening,- "Whom Say Ye
that I Am?" Sunday school at 1U a. 111.;
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30 p.
m. Everybody cordially Invited to at
tend all meetings.
Win. L. Cook, who was toastmaster
at Nelhurt, Montana, writes: "I rec
ommend Koley's Honey and Tar Com
pound to all my people, and they are
never disappointed with it. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for coughs
and colds gives the best possible re
sults. Carroll Drug Company.—Adv.
Muster Jack Itice will slug a solo
Sunday evening at the Church of
Christ. The pastor, L, B. Harris, will
preach both morning anil evening.
Bible school at 11) a. m.
When baby suffers with croup, apply
and give Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil at
once. Safe for children. A little goes
a long way; 20 cents and 50 cents. At
all drug stores.—Adv.
Albert I. Kulzer of Valley has opened
a law office In Chewelah. He is a grad
uate of the law department of Gonzaga
college and has been practicing in the
Stevens county courts for two years.
A. J. Bailey, a railroad engineer,
Batesville, Ark., says: "I suffered with
kidney and bladder trouble bo bad I
was unablo to work. I had such severe
pains In my back I could hardly get up.
I tried several physicians, with no re
sult, but Foley Kidney Pills have done
wonders for me. I recommend them to
all." Carroll Drug Company.—Adv.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, November 16, 1912
At four o'clock Thursday morning the
fire bell was sounded for the first time
for several months. It was soon ascer
tained that the Kirk building, occupied
by Acorn Broi., was in flames, and in
less than two hours tli* entire building
and a stock of general merchandlfl
were destroyed. The loss in merchan
dise and fixtures is estimated :it (11,000,
and was covered by $8(IOU Insurance.
The building was covered by $1200 In
surance. The origin of the Hie Is un
known, although the supposition is that
it resulted from a defective Hue or de
fective wiring. The 13 members of the
lire department did some effective work
in saving the adjacent buildings, par
ticularly Carroll's pharmacy, a wood
building, that was not even scorched.
The two constant streams that played
on the fire for over an hour were under
ISO pounds of pressure, but firemen
state that if the fire had lasted 30 min
utes longer the water supply would
have been exhausted.
"Doan's Ointment cured me of eczema
that had annoyed me for a long time.
The result was lasting."—Hon. S. W.
Matthews, commissioner, labor statis
tics, Augusta, Maine.—Adv.
Wlllett brothers have signed a con
truct with F. A. Williams of Spokane
to handle the agency In Colville for the
There will be a special meeting for
researsal Monday night, November 18,
of the Colville Music Club.
Twinges of rheumatism, backache,
stiff Joints and shooting pains all show
your kidneys are not working right.
Urinary Irregularities, loss of sleep.
nervousness, weak back and sore kid
neys tell the need of a good reliable
kidney medicine. Foley Kidney Pills
are tonic, strengthening and restorative.
They build up the kidneys and regulate
their action. They will give you iiuiek
relief and contain no habit forming
drugs. Safe and always sure. Try
them. Carroll Drug Company.—Adv.
Al Miller has announced himself a
candidate for election as city treasurer,
to succeed W. W. Campbell, who has
withdrawn from the ticket. Mr. Mil
ler is one of the most capable men in
the city for such a position, and being
located in business on one of the most
accessible corners, at the R. E. Lee Co.
store, he would be easily accessible.
He has never been identified in any of
the factional fights in the city, and
his host of friends will be glad to see
him take the office.
Flagged Train with Shirt.
Teariug his shirt from his back
an Ohio man flagged a train and
saved it from a wreck, but 11. T.
Alston, Raleigh, N. C, once pre
pented a wreck with Electric Bit
ters. "I was in a terrible plight
when I began to use them," he
writes, "my stomach, head, back
and kidneys were all badly af
fected and my liver was in bad
condition, but four bottles of Elec
tric Bitters made me feel like a
new man." A trial will convince
you of their matchless merit for
any stomach, liver or kidney trou
ble. Price 50 cents at Frank B.
F. D. Tower
All of the little things
that are handy
Firdt door north of Casey
THE SUICIDE CLUB
Tale Told to the German Cobbler
by His Easy Friend.
His Heart Bled For Five Who Were
T ed of Life, but He Fell Upon the
tlxth Panhandler and Smote Him
Hip and Thigh.
By M. QUAD.
[CopM'lßht. 1911. by Associated Literary
DER odder day I belief dot my
old friend Kauffman vhlll
come in to see me. und so 1
make ready for him. He vbas
a givat hand to drink some one else's
beei. und so 1 put some sugar in a
pail und pour on two quarts of water.
In one uour Mr. Kauffman comes iv.
He don't say a word to me. but goes
to dot pail und takes a long drink. Den
be smacks his lips und growls:
"1 ilon't read dot pure food und drug
law. but 1 know it vhas against der
law to keep beer in der house dot vhas
a t'ousand years old!'
I don'l say nottings to dot und after
five miuutes Mr. Kauffman speaks:
"Hans, 1 vhas In some troubles und
"1 vhas sorry about dot."
"Of course you vbas only some old
DooH'hmans. der same ash me, but
iu:i .. i- you know somet'ings?"
"Jlaype 1 do."
"How vhas it about suicides?"
"Vhell. somepody gets mad at bis
wife and kills himself."
"It don't be alvhays dot vbay?"
"Oli, no. Sometimes it vhas tfeeferent.
Vhn< you thinking of committing some
"No. by golly! 1 have some troubles.
but I like to live one boonered years
ill II ■
"I TALKED IiIKE BOMB PATHEBB UND
MOTHERS TO HlM.''
more. Vhat I like to ask is can 1 be
blamed If somepody else commits der
"Tell me about it?"
Kauffman s Visitor.
Mr. KauHiii;ni takes anodder drink
of dot sweetened water und spts It
out on der floor und says:
"Vhell. here it vhas. A stranger
comes Into my place und looks sorrow
ful und homesick. He has on poor
clothes, und he don't bave no money.
I feel to pity him right avhay."
"Dot vhas right. Mr. Kauffman.'
"He sits down by a table und puts
his bead down und der tears come.
Yes. sir, be cries like a baby."
"Und it goes by your heart to see
•'She does. I have some tears in my
own eyes vhen dot mnn lift oop his
bead und says:
" 'Mr Kanffman. she vbas no use. I
make n big tight, but 1 vbas beaten.
Tonight I shall shuffle off some mortal
coils. No. I sball not wait for night.
If I do dot beef trust may raise der
price of pork again. I shall shuffle
right here und now!'"
"He menus dot he shall cut his
throat and make your place like a
meeting of der Carnegie Peace club,
"He does. Hans Dere vbas to be
blood cleur oop to der ceiling. I tell
you. I vh.-is v scared mans. I don't
like sotuepody to <ommi( some sui
cides in my place und have some
pieces in der papers und der police
"Und so you throw him out?"
"Not on your life: Do you think I
vhas some shackasa? If I throw him
out be vhas n dead man by der door
No. sir. 1 speak softly to him. und
give him beer und sandwiches und 50
cents In cash. Den I talk like some
fathers und mothers to him, uud after
awhile be goes out to find a Job und
be a rich mans "
"Vhell. dot vhas kind of you." I says.
"Yes. maype. but you see a second
mans comes in next day und sits down
fend throws his bat on der floor und
" 'It vhas no use. Welcome grim
death! You can't come too soon!' "
"Und somet'lngs ailed him too?"
"Of course. 1 asks him vbnt it vhas,
und he cries und says: My wife und
children, home und fortune vhas swept
nvhay. und I don't like to live an hour
longer! Please give me a private room
In which to oxplre; also, see dot my
grave vhas kept green. I don't viiaut
der grass on it to be all burned oop!' "
"Und you let him die. Mr. Kauff
••Do II Do IV If you think so you
don't know me. Do you believe I
vhniit to wade around in a barrel of
Wood? Do I vhant it said In der pa
pers dot 1 killed him? No. sir. I fIU
him oop mlt beer nnd lunch, gif him
money und Mil him den- vhas hope for
him. He goes avay a doeferent man.
Vhat you think of dot, Hans?"
"1 think you vhas some easy marks,
•Tud 1 think dot lieer of yours vhas
poison: Never inlnd. however. Vhat
you belief happened next day?"
"I belief n I bird man comes in und
says be shall commit some suicides."
"I don't see how you belief dot. but It
vhas so Yes. a third man comes. He
vhas a slim, redheaded man. und be
vhas crying vhen he comes in. He
goes over by a table und cries like a
baby. By und by he looks oop und
"Mr. Kauffman. I vhas some wrecks
on dot sea of life. It vhas no use to
continue dis struggle against fate. I
have made a brave fight, but I vhas
down und out. Please give me a leetle
water, dot 1 may take poison und bid
dis world adieu."
"Do you ask vhat vhas der troubles?"
"Of course. He says his wife dies.
bla children run avhny und he loses his
Job In der fire department. It vhas
a Bad tale. Hans."
"Und so you don't gif him no water
for his poison?"
"I ask you again, you old Dootch
man. vhas I some fool or a crazy
man?" he shouts at me. "Do 1 vbant
some dead mans on der floor? Do 1
vhant der coroner und his jury? Do
I vhant ten reporters? Of course, i
don't give him der water. I give him
beer instead. I pat him on der back.
I tell him it vhas a good old world
to live in. Vhen he says he vhill go
to Buffalo to see Fingy Conners if he
has der money 1 give it to him. You
my smile, Huns, but 1 vhas sensible in
The Limit Reached.
"Vhell, did a fourth man come?" I
"Yes, und a fifth und sixth," he says.
"Und all vhas going to commft some
suicides if you don't help 'em?"
"Und so you fill 'em oop on beer und
give 'em cash money?"
"Hans, I ask you again if I vhas
some fools!" he yells ash he walks
around. "If it vhas you you help ten
—fifteen—twenty swindlers. How do
I do? Look at me und tell me bow I
"You belp six."
"No, I don't."
"Vbell. how many?"
"Vhen de sixth mans comes und
vtaants to commit der suicide because
Wall street tnkei his money und death
takes his family, do 1 belief him? Do
1 cure for his tears? Do I give him
beer und money? Do I pat him on
"I expect you do," I says.
"Den you vhas a liar! I like you to
understand dot I vhas no spring chick
ens. I may look innocent, but I vhas
no soocb. man. 1 can see into a bar
"Vhell, vhat you do?"
"Dot sixth mans vhas tooken by der
neck and flung sky high, und vhen be
comes down 1 kick him one hoonered
times. Dot's vhat 1 do. Ela! Don't
you forget me! You took me for a
fool, but—ha! ha!"
Und he swells out his chest und
walks around und goes out.
Not His Affair.
Quarterback (protesting to the ref
eree)— Did you see that?
Quarterback— That big center jump
ed on rue when I was down.
Referee—How do you know he did?
Quarterback —1 saw him.
Referee—You keep your eyes on the
ball. I'll let you know when some
body jumps on you.—St. Louis Post-
Assurance Doubly Sure.
The following official notice posted on
the wall of the municipal electric pow
er plant of a town lv the south of Ger
many is being widely reproduced in the
press: "To touch these wires means in
stant death. Any one failing to respect
this warning will be prosecuted and
fined."—Berlin Cor. Chicago News.
No Exemptions. ;
!! We all have our troubles. The •'■
j | cost of living didn't worry old ] [
.. Belshazzar, and still he was un- . •
\\ happy at his feast. — Dallas J[
. ■ News.
A Leisured Saint.
"It I get to glory," says a Georgia
philosopher. "I'll ask no harp to play,
but I'll bave no objections at all to
anybody else playing one. as 1 always
did like to go to sleep to slow music!"
"What Is it?"
"Does it take sixty minute men to
make one man ■of the hour?"— New
York Press. ,
The Feminine of It.
Teacher—Tommy, what Is the fem
inine of the masculine "stag?"
tommy (whose mother is a society
leader) — Afternoon tea, ma'am. —
Mistress—Why are you leaving?
Bridget—Because none ay yer neigh
bors have offered me a dollar more a
week.—New York Sun.
'Tla prompt attention makes our trouble!
In all life's conditions:
You recognize the early shoppers by
Their lovely dispositions.
You Will Make No Mistake if You
Follow This Advice
Never neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain in the back, urinary
disorders, dizziness and nervousness,
it's time to act and no time to experi
ment. These are frequently symptoms
of kidney trouble, and a remedy which
is recommended for kidneys should be
taken in time.
Doan's Kidney Pills are a good rem
edy to use. It has acted effectively in
many cases in this vicinity.
Can Colville residents demand fur
ther proof than the following testimon
Mrs. George Stormes, 1813 E. Fourth
Aye., Spokane, Wash., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills have been used in our fam
ily off and on for the past six years and
have brought the best of results. I
suffered from a weak back and I could
not get up after sitting for awhile
without having sharp pains through my
loins. When a friend advised me to
try Doan's Kidney Pills, I did so and it
did not take them long to relive me.
I willingly give this public statement
for the benefit of other kidney suffer
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V.,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
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that we have entered into an arrange
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of National Monthly, our only democrat
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I have the agency for the New Home
sewing machine; the best family mach
ine of today. Call and see the latest
models at my store in the Debs House.
Cash or instalment. Liberal allowance
for your old machine. Trade it in and
get an up-to-date sewing machine. —D.
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