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Professional Column
A. B. COOK
Phyiician and Surgeon
W. MIGHELI.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGSON
Office Phone 635. House 633
LEE B. HARVEY
Physician and Surgeon
DR. I. S. CLARK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. L. A. KERR
EYE SPECIALIST
At Colville Drug Co.
W. F. DIFFENBACHER
Den tilt
Only the Best Quality of Work
J. R. HENDLEY
DENTIST
Postoffice Building
BERNARD JOHNSEN
VETERINARIAN
Office wcßt of new Odd Fellows Temple. Colville
Phone 485
JOHN B. SLATER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
RICKEY BLOCK
JESSEPH 8t GRINSTEAD
Lawyert
Fint National Bank Building
J. A. Itochfurd. Colville F. Y. Wilson. Northport
ROCHFORD & WILSON
Lawyers
Offices at Colville and Northport
IR. A. THAYEk
Lawyer
JACKSON & BAILEY
LAWYERS
DANK OP COLVILLE III.Ik;.
lll)\ ASPKND, BARBER
«iui> lik »vllii or without conversation
.SOUTH OF IliniKllS' STIIIIB
THOMAS ASPEND
Shaving without pain or whiskers
refunded. Baths
FRIEDE & SCHINNER
CEMENT AND STONE WORKERS
Office, Brewery Bldg. Box 76, Colville
Society Printing at the Examiner
POSTOFFICE TIME CARD
I. It. Parks, postmaster.
vV. VV. Campbell, :lhmsi. iil.
iI. M. Dexter, money order clerk.
li. .1. Strong, general delivery clerk.
>>Hear Ktldow, mailing clerk.
Windows open from S a. in. to 6 p. m.
Trains due 6:40 a. in., 12:17 p. in.,
I .iv p. in., 8:20 p. m.
..i.i.].' close 3U minutes before trains
am due, except mall for 6:40 train
• ulsih at 9 p. in. the evening before, and
mull for southbound Sunday train
uiuaei at 11:45 a. m.
-Muil for Threeforks and Aladdin
leaves at 7 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays
and .-^aurdays; arrives at 1:30 p. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Mull for Echo and Lake City leaves
al s a. in. dally; arrives at 3:30 dally.
.Man lor Crystal Falls arrives at li
a. ni. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
ilayv; leaves at 1 p. m. same days.
ttural routes 1 and 2 leave at H a. m.,
return at 3:30 p. m.
I'ohial savings bank open from 8 a. m
tn ti i>. in., li. M. Dexter In charge.
Lobby open all night.
CITY OK < ill,) Il.l.i;.
Commercial center of the Colvllle
wiiley, county seat of Stevens county.
:■■■:■., .in.i, 2500. Altitude 1635. Av
urage yearly temperature 45.5. Average
i curly preclpitatioi. 17 inches. No ex
uuintia in 'emperati re cr rainfall.
.Scnool registration 500. High school
registration 140. Three school bulld
tlltfl, total value $75,000. $J23,000
■p«nt In municipal and building im
itruvamanti in iaio-n.
r.ivtil business streets, cement slde
»ii.ks iiiid crosswalks, 140 pound pres
mih i! \s liter system, $22,0J0 sewer system,
alcutrlc light system, $22,000 opera
liuum, $m,ouu flouring mill ..Hording
cv.mi market for all grains In the
county, p,OOO postolllce building, free
puKial dulivery being Instituted, $26,
--»UU saw mill plant with dry kiln.
li.t- city of Colville is growing. Its
Chamber of Commerce Is an active
LroUy of business men who welcome all
uiin wish to make a home In a growing
business center.
'I'uusd who ill Miir a suburban or
country home, with the advantage of
U 1 schools, have a var ed choice of
employment—fruit growing, dairying.
poultry raising, truck farming, diver
sified farmlnr. or lumbering.
Dairying experts claim the Colvllle
\.i,i. y is the most ideal place In the
nuriliweat for profitable dairying.
I' . A. Huntley, state commissioner
of horticulture, declares that the Col
\i\if valley Is a most Ideal section for
pear raising. This statement Is sup
ported i,y j. c. Eakle, district horti
cultural inspector.
The Colvllle Orchard Company In
Ull pi..iliiced Its first crop, about 3800
boxes, of well colored and fine quality
upploa. In 1912 it will produce 30,000
boxes.
Time are thousands of acres of land
In the Colvllle country which can be
utudu to produce just as heavily.
The Colvllle valley Is particularly
udupted to the raising of all commer
cial varieties of pears.—H. W. Sterrett
deputy rtute horticultural Inspector.
1 consider the Colvllle section an
excellent hog country. I attribute this
mainly to our pure water from springs
mill clear streams, clover and alfalfa,
with f»W sudden changes of temper
ature. Well-bred hogs of any of the
leading breeds, when properly cartd for
mak.' raj.id growth and bring from one
to two cents more than the Spokane
market. With the market that pro
ructs command here, a farmer can
make a very comfortable living.—Henry
W. Foster.
Land suitable for farms and orchards
may be iiought at reasonable prices.
For any Information, write the Colvllle
Chamber of Commerce.
A General Directory
STEVENS COUNTY
Senator, A. W. Anderson, Rep.
Representatives, Henry R. Spedden,
S. J. Appleman, Reps.
Judge, D. H. Carey.
Auditor, L. E. Jesseph, Rep.
Treasurer, Bliss Phillips, Rep.
Clerk, W. Lon Johnson, Rep.
Sheriff, Wm. Miller, Rep.
Assessor, James Algie, Rep.
Attornpy, toward W. Stull, Rep.
Supt. Schools, A. D. Foster, Dem.
Surveyor, C. A. Heberling, Rep.
Coroner, H. M. West, Rep.
Health officer, Dr A. B. Cook.
Commissioners, W.W. Palmer, chair
man; Frank Ferguson, E. H. Long,
Reps.
Meet first Monday of month.
COLVILLE
Mayor, A. B. Cook.
Councilmen first ward, F. R. Vanish,
Chauncey St. Clair.
Councilmen second ward, Hugh Wad
dell, Geo. W. Denny.
Councilmen third ward, W. S.
Prindle, D. J. Burk.
Councilman at large, L.C. Je h.
Treasurer, W. W. Campbell.
Clerk, A. B. Sansburn
Health officer, Dr. W. Mighell.
Attorney, W. H. Jackson.
Water commissioner, C. 0. Smith.
Engineer, F. S. Thomas.
Night marshal, Bert Campbell.
Day Marshal, F. 0. Quillen.
Justice of the peace, A. L. Knapp,
Louis G. Keller.
Council meets every Tuesda> night
at city hall.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Northbound - - - 12:17 p. in., 820 p. m.
Southbound - - - 6:40 a, m.. 1:40 p. m.
CHURCHES
Congregatlonal-G. H. Rice, minister; Sunday
school 10 h. m.; morning service 11 a. m.: evening
service 7:30 p. m.: Junior Society 2:30 p. m.; Christ
ian Endeavor Society 6:45; Ladies' Aid Society
every Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Roman Catholic Church—lmmaculate Conception,
Third and Maple streets: services every Sunday
at 8 and 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Every Monday
at 7 a. m.
Baptist-A. C. McChesney. pastor; A. D. Fostei.
Sunday school superintendent Sunday
school 10 n. m.; regular services 11 », m. and 7:45
p. m.; B. Y. P. U. 6:45 p. m.; prayer and pralst
service Wednesdays. 7:45 p. m.
Church of Chrlat-L. B. Harris, pastor; Sunday
School 10:00 a. m.; preaching services 11 a. m.;
Junior Christian Endeavor 8:00 p. m.; Christian
Endeavor 6:30. evening service 7:110. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7:30.
Methodlst-M.L.Sanders pastor. Morning service
10:00 a-m.; J v ii lor league3KK) p. m. ;Ep worth league
7:00 p. m.; preaching 7:30 p. m.; class meeting 12,
prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodist—Rev. Goo. T. Klein, pastor; Sun
dny school 10 a. m.: preaching 11 a. m.;song
and praise service 7:30, followed by preaching at
8:00 p. m.: prayer meeting Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
Preaching at Oi in Tuesday nights.
Seventh Day Adventists-Meet every Sabbath at
11.00 ii. DVi In! mid 3rd Sabbaths Yountr People's
meeting; 2nd. missionary reading; 4th, evangelistic
St. John's Episcopal—Rev. Henry Purdue, Spo
kane.archdeacon; services third Sunday evening
in each month.
Christian Science -Services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday school at 10 a.m.; Wednesday evening
meeting 8:00; reading room open every day except
Sunday. 2 to 4 p. m. at the chapel.
LODGES AND CLUBS
Colvllle Lodge No. 60, F. £ A. M.-B. G. Rich,
W. M.; H. M. Dexter, secretary. Meet Ist and
3rd Thursdays, Masonic temple.
Colville Chapter No. 20. Royal Arch Masons
.l. B. Thomas, high priest; Gco. W. Seal, Se .
Meet 2nd Monday, Masonic temple.
Colville Chapter No. 57. Order of Eastern iStar-
Mra. Anna Strong. W. M.: Llllle M. Robson. sec
retary. Meet 2d and 4th Thursdays, Masonic tern
pie.
Cdlvllle Lodge No. 109. I. O. O. P.-Victor
Baird. N. C; Alvin Miller, secretary. Meet every
Wednesday. I. O. O. F. hall.
Faithful Rebekah Lodge No. 90-Jessie
Rickard. N. G.; Grace Townßend, secretary. Meet
Ist and 3rd Mondays, 1. O. O. F. hall.
Isaac I. Stevens Lodge No. 143, Knights of
Pythias -W. H. Jackson. C. C; D. M. Hurt, K.
of It. and S. Meet every Friday. I. O. O. F. hall.
Tamarack Camp No. 9211. Modern Woodmen of
America-D.J.Churchill, V.C.;A.L. Knapp.clerk.
Meet 2nd and 4th Saturdays. I. O. O. F. hall.
Adah Camp No. 4684, Royal Neighbors of
America-Mrs. Belle Walaton. oracle; Mrs. F. It.
Yanlih. recorder. Meets Ist and Brd Saturdays.
I. O. O. F. hall.
Coivllle Camp No. 277. Woodmen of the World-
W. Gammge, consul commander: H. C. F, Han
sen, clerk. Meets Ist and 3rd Tuesdays. I. O. O.
F. hall.
Tamarack Circle No.22l.Women of Woodcraft-
Mrh. D. H. Carey aruardian neighbor; Hn. Mary
Hansen, clerk. Meets 2nd and 4th Tueadaya, I. O.
O. F. hull.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen-Chan. Em
bury, foreman; F. R. Lasswell, correspondent
Meet second and fourth Thursdays, I. O. O. F. hall.
General John M. Corse Post No. 98, G. A. R.-
C.H. Jefferson,commander; A.F. Perkins, adjutant
Meet 4th of every month, 11 a. m.
Woman's Relief Corps—Mrs. Fredrika Chris
tmun, president; Mrs. Jean McCloud, secretary
Meet 4th of each month, 2 p. m.
The L, T. L. branch of the W. C. T. O. meets
each Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the W. C. T. U.
hall on Main street
Farmers Unlon-Colvllli- Local No. 176-P. H
Graham. Pres.; O. F. Stewart. Vice-Pres.; P. M.
Simpson, Sec.-Trvas. Meets Ist and 3rd Fridays
Rickey Block. 1 p. m,
Colville Valley Grange No. 249-B. M. Hervey
master; H. Newcomb, secretary. Meet second and
fourth Thursday. 1:30 p. m. at Grange hall.
Colville Chamber of Commerce—Governing
Board Louis G. Keller (president). J. C. Harrigan
(vice president), C.L. Baker, Hu*h Waddell. P.
R Parks. W. W. Campbell, secretary.
Colville Volunteer Fire I) jartment -F. S,
Thomas, chief; Victor Balrd.'sec'y. Meet at flre
hall every Monday night.
FOLEYiKIDNEY PILLS
Won BAOKACHE KIDNKYS AMD SLAODIH
For p.ilnn In the bai-k a Rood remedr
to Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, December 28, L 912
AMUSEMENTS
Colville Theater
H. D. Williams, Manager
Every night 7 to 10:30
Continuous Motion Picture
Admission 10c
THE LEGAL NEWS §
Advertisement. I
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE
CLAIMS
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton in and for the County of Stevens.
In Probate)
In the matter of the estate of Amos Samuels,
deceased
Notice is hereby given; That letters testament
ary on the estate of said Amos Samuels deceased,
were granted to the undersigned, on the 31st day
of July A. D. 1912. by the Baid Superior Court.
All persons having claims against said estate,
are requested to present them with the necessary
vouchers t<i me at the residence of Mrs. Amos
Samuels, widow of said deceased, within one year
after the date of this notice, or they shall be for-
Dat«i at Colville. Wash., this 2Utday of Novem
ber A. D. 1912. C. C. SAMUELS,
Executor of the estate of
said Amos Samuels, deceased
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF
SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE
MADE
No. 867
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton, in and for the County of Stevens.
In the matter of the estate of Katherine Bean,
deceased.
J. C. Hutchinson, the administrator of the estate
of Katherine Bean, deceased, having filed his pe
tition herein, praying for an order of sale of real
estate of said decedent for the purposes therein set
forth, it is therefore
Ordered, by the court, that all persons interest
ed in the said estate of said deceased, appear be
fore the said Superior court on the 6th day of Janu
ary. 1913. at 9:30 in the forenoon of said day, at the
court room of said superior court at the court house
in Colville, County of Stevens, State of Washing
ton, to show cause why an order should not be
granted to the said J. C. Hutchinson, to m-.11 hi.
much of the real estate of the said deceased as
shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order
be published at least four successive weeks in the
Colville Examiner, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in Stevens County, Washington.
Dated this 20th day of November. 1912.
[seal] W. LON JOHNSON.
Superior Court Commissioner
Rochford & Wilson.
Attorneys for Administrator,
Colville, Wash.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
No. 4201.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, In and for the county of
Stevens.
Edward La Beau, plaintiff, vs. Mary
Chrlatena La Beau, defendant.
The state of Washington to the above
named defendant, Mary Chrlstena La
Beau:
You are hereby summoned to apnear
within 60 days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, towit:
Within 60 days after the 23d day of
November, 1912, and defend the above en
titled action In the above entitled i:ourt
and answer the complaint of the plain
tiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for
plaintiff at his ofllce address here below
stated, and In case of your failure mo to
do, judgment will be rendered against
you according lo the demand of the
complaint, which has been filed with
the clerk of the above entitled superior
court.
The object of this action Is to secure
a decree of divorce and annulment of
marriage between the plaintiff and de
fendant heretofore existing on the
grounds of desertion and cruelty.
JOHN B. SLATER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postomce address, place of business
and residence, at Colvllle, Stevens
county, Washington.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
No. 980.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
11. Gnelst, deceased.
Notice is hereby, given that all per
sons having claims against said estate
are required to present them to me for
allowance at Springdale. Washington,
nr at the office of Zent, Powell & Red
field, 315 Jamieson building, in Spokane,
Spokane county, Washington, within
twelve months after the date of the first
publication of this notice, or they will
be forever barred.
Date of the first publication of this
notice, December 7, 1912.
AGUSTA K. GNEIST,
Administratrix of the estate of Charles
11. Gnelst, deceased.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL, MEETING.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Echo Valley and
Colvllle Telephone Company will lie held
at Echo, Washington, Tuesday, necem
ber 31, 1912, at 12: 30, for the purpose
of holding the annual election, and to
handle the matter of proposed changes
in the bylaws. H. M. C. ALLEN,
Secretary.
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT OF
ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION.
No. 830.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, In and for the county of
Stevens.
In the matter of the estate of
Dominlkus Begle, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that William
Bechler, the administrator of the estate
of Dominlkus Begle, deceased, has ren
dered and presented for final account
and settlement, and filed in the office of
the clerk of the above entitled court,
his final account as administrator of
said above entitled estate, and also his
petition praying for final settlement and
distribution of said estate, and that
Monday, January 13, 1913, at 9:30 o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the court room of
said superior court, at Colvllle, Stevens
county, state of Washington, has been
duly appointed by the said court as the
time and place for the settlement of
said account and distribution, at which
time and place any person Interested
in said estate may appear and file ex
ceptions in writing to the said account,
and any objection they may have to the
distribution of said estate and contest
the same.
Dated this 3d day of December 1912.
W. LON JOHNSON,
Clerk of said superior court.
By W. J. Shelton, deputy.
Rochford & Wilson, attorneys for ad
inlnlatrator. Colvllle, Washington.
SUMMONS.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
H. W. Bpauldlng, F. E Spaulding
and E. H. Spaulding, a co-partnership,
doing business as the Spaulding Manu
facturing Co., plaintiffs, vs. S. P. Lucy,
defendant.
The state of Washington to the said
S. P. Lucy, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to be and
appear within sixty (60) days after the
date of the first publication of this
summons, exclusive of the day upon
which the first publication is made to
wit: Within sixty (60) days from the
14th day of December, 1912, and defend
the above named action In the above
entitled court, and serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading upon the un
dersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at
their address below stated, and In case
of your failure so to do. Judgment will
be rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint, which hits
been filed In the office of the clerk of
said court.
The object of said action Is to recover
upon one promissory note, made by de
fendant In favor of the plaintiffs, in
the principal sum of $120, together with
Interest thereon at the rate of 8 ver
cent per annum from the 27th day of
March, 1909, to the Ist day of April,
1910, making the further sum of $9.80,
together with the further Interest on
said principal sum at the rate of JO
Famous' Stage Beauties
look with horror Ton Skin Erup
tions, Blotches, 1 Sores or Pimples.
They don't: have'them, nor will
anyone, who'Tuses Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It glorifies the
face. Eczema or Salt, Rheum
vanish before it. It cures sore
lips, chapped hands, chilblains;
heals burns, cuts and bruises.
Unequaled for piles. Only 25c
at Frank B. Goetter's. —adv.
per cent per annum from the Ist day
of April, 1910, until paid, according to
the tenor of said note, a reasonable at
torney's fee to be fixed by the court in
accordance with the terms of said note,
and for plaintiffs' costs and dlsburnc-
iii« in said case.
An attachment has been issued out
of said court upon the lands of defend
ant, attaching the lands of the sa:.i de
fendant. ROCHFORD & WILSON,
Attorneys for plaintiff*.
Postofflce and office address: ColvlMo,
Stevens county, state of Washington.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
In the superior court of the state cf
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
Martin Schuleln and Clementine B.
Schuleln, as executors of the will and
estate of David Barman, deceased,
plaintiffs, vs. William M. Huff and
Blanche Huff, husband and wife, de
fendants.
The stat'.i of Washington to William
M Huff and Blanche Huff, husband and
v. Ift, defendants:
You, and each of you, are hereby sum
moned and required to appear within
sixty (60) days from the date of the
first publication of this summons, towit:
Within sixty (60) days from the 21st
day of December, 1912, and defend the
above entitled action in the court afore
said, and answer the complaint of the
plaintiffs therein, and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned at
torneys for said plaintiffs at their office
and postofflce address, Bank of Colville
building, Colville, Stevens county,
Washington, and in case of your failure
so to do, Judgment will be taken against
you as prayed for In the complaint
herein, the original of which has been
filed with the clerk of the above en
titled court.
The object and purpose of this action
Is to foreclose a certain mortgage exe
cuted and delivered by William M.
Huff and Blanche Huff, husband and
wife, to Bank of Colville, a corporation,
dated March 2, 1910, upon the northeast
quarter (NE%) of section thirty-five
(35), In township thirty-three (33)
north, of range thirty-eight (38), E. W.
M., In Stevens county, Washington,
which mortgage was, on March 2, 1910,
duly filed for record in the auditor's
office for Stevens county, Washington,
and is recorded in book "6" of Mort
gages, at page 505, and was given to
secure the payment of a note payable
to the Bank of Colville, a corporation,
In the sum of seven hundred thirty
five ($735) dollars and interest. There
after the said note was endorsed by
said Bank of Colville and delivered to
one David Barman, In due course.
Thereafter the said David Barman died
testate, and the plaintiffs herein are his
duly appointed, qualified and acting
executors. The further object and pur
pose of this action is to adjudge that
said mortgage is a first and superior
lien upon said real estate, and for the
sale of said real estate by the sheriff
of Stevens county, Washington, and the
application of the proceeds of said sale
to the payment of the sums due to the
plaintiffs for principal, interest, costs
and attorneys' fees.
STULL & WENTZ,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Postofflce address: Bank of Colville
building, Colville, Stevens county,
Washington.
Date of first publication, December
21, 1912.
Date of last publication, February 1,
1913.
WARRANT CALL.
All warrants issued by the city of
Colville, Washington, and drawn on the
current expense fund to and including
No. 626, Issued December 30, 1911, and
on water works fund to and including
No. 450, issued April 5, 1911, are hereby
called for payment and interest ceases
from this date.
Dated at Colville, Washington, De
cember 13, 1912.
W. W. CAMPBELL,
City Treasurer.
First publications: December 14-19,
1912.
Lust publications: December 28, 1912
January 2, 1913.
KSTRAY NOTICES.
Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. W.
S. Cagle, on the 16th day of Novenber,
1912, took up and now keeps, four
miles east of Colville, Washington:
One heifer, 2 years old; color, dark
with some white; no brands; no ear
marks: and said estray will be sold to
the highest bidder far cash, at the place
kept, as above specified, on the 4th day
of January. 1912, at the hour of 3 o'clock
In the afternoon of said day, unless the
owner thereof, or his legal representa
tive shall appear prior to that time and
make out his title, and pay all charges
against said estray.
L. E. JESSEPH,
Auditor of Stevens County.
First publication December 19, 19.2.
Last publication Dec. 26, 1912.
ESTRAY NOTICF..
Notice Is hereby given that G. H.
Hammer, on the 6th day of November,
1912, took up and now keeps at the
Bauchman ranch, south of Kettle Falls,
Washington:
One mare, aged 12 years; color, black;
no brands: no earmarks; other '.dentifl
catlon marks, blazed face; one mare. 2
years old: color, sorrel; no brands: no
earmarks; other Identification marks,
blazed face: one cow, 2 years old; color,
red; no brands; no ear marks; other
identification marks, white face; and
said estrays will he sold to the highest
bidder for cash, at the place kept, as
above specified, on the 6th day of Jan
uary, 1913, at the hour of 2 o'clock in
the afternoon of said day, unless the
owner thereof, or his legal representa
tive, shall appear prior to that time and
make out his title, and pay all charges
against said estray.
L. E. JESSEPH,
Auditor of Stevens County.
First publication December 19, 1912.
Last publication Dec. 26. 1812.
ESTRAY NOTICE!.
Notice is hereby given that C. P.
Douley, on the 16th day of November,
1912, took up and now keeps at Marcus,
Washington:
One heifer, aged 18 months; lolor,
black: no brands: no ear marks; other
Identification marks, three white dpots
on one flank and two white spots on other
flank; and said estray will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash, at the
place kept, as above specified, on the
6th day of January, 1913, at the hour
of 9 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
unless the owner thereof, or his legal
representative, shall appear prior to
that time and make out his title, and
pay all charges against said estray.
L. E. JESSEPH,
Auditor of Stevens County.
First publication December 19, 1912.
Last publication Dec. 26. 1912.
CALL FOR GENERAL FUND~SCH66I
WARRANTS.
All warrants drawn on the general
fund of the following school districts,
registered on or before the dates given,
are hereby called for payment, and in
terest ceases from this date.
Dated at Colville, Washington, De
cember 12, 1912.
District.
2, to and including warrant No. 339.
11, to and including warrant No. 233.
12, to and including warrant No. 56.
14, to and Including warrant No. 138.
17, to and including warrant No. 29.
18, to and Including warrant No. 26.
20, to and Including warrant No. 136.
22, to and including warrant No. 385.
28, to and including warrant No. 171.
29, to and Including warrant No. 7.
30, to and Including warrant No. 32.
31, to and including warrant No. 43.
32, to and including: warrant No. 88.
33, to and Including warrant No. 22.
34, to and Including warrant No. 70.
35, to and including warrant No. 39.
la the Superior Coar(.
CIVIL.
Martin Schulein and Clementine B.
Schuleln, as executors, vs. William M.
Huff and Blanche Huff, husband and
wife; foreclosure of mortgage; btull &
Went/., plaintiffs' attorneys.
Stevens county vs. W. D. Hanna et al;
condemnation; H. W. Stull, plaintiffs
attorney
C. E. Legg vs. the Hecher Gold Mining
Company; foreclosure of mortgage; Jes
seph & Grinstead, plaintiff's attorneys.
D. J. Burk vs. the Roman Stone and
Manufacturing Company; on account;
Jesseph & Grinstead, defendant's attor-
Hazelwood Company, United, vs. Col
ville Creamery Company; on account;
Jesseph & Grinstead, plaintiff's attor-
neya.
Margaret Plummer vs. George Plum
mer; divorce; John B. Slater, plaintiffs
attorney.
Stevens county vs. A. Theobald; con
demnation; Howard W. Stull, plaintiffs
attorney.
S. M. Paulley vs. Michael Barrel;
foreclosure of lien; Hochford & Wilson,
plaintiff's attorneys.
J. P. Chrlstensen vs. H. J. Seamcum
et ux; foreclosure of mortgagee; M. O.
Reed, plaintiff's attorney.
PROBATE.
Estate of Edward Tray nor, deceased;
McWllliams, Wilier & McWilliams, at
torneys.
Guardianship of Harelstad et al.; B.
M. Uranford, attorney.
State vs. Marshall G. Tilden; seduc
tion; H. W. Stull, plaintiff's attorney.
52, to and including warrant No. f,B.
53, to and including warrant No. 74.
54, to and including warrant No. 61).
55, all warrants.
60, to and including warrant No. 84.
70, all warrants.
76, to and including warrant No. 25.
82, to and including warrant No. 12.
90, to and including warrant No. 33.
91, all warrants.
94, to and including warrant No. 65.
95, to and Including warrant No. 32.
97, to and including warrant No. 26.
98, all warrants.
106, to and Including warrant No. 48.
107, to and Including warrant No. 34.
IK), to and including warrant No. 27.
113, to and Including warrant No. 16.
116, to and including warrant No. 32.
117, to and including warrant No. 26.
131, to and including warrant No. 98.
registered December 14, 1908.
134, to and Including warrant No. 21.
137, to and including warrant No. 80.
139, to and including warrant No. 189.
140, to and Including warrant No. 75.
143, to and including warrant No. 120.
146, to and including warrant No. 38. ,
147, to an dincluding warrant No. 33.
150, all warrants.
152, to and including warrant No. 19.
168, to and Including warrant No. 36.
154, to and including warrant No. 172.
160, to and including warrant No. 20.
161, to and Including warrant No. 31.
161', to and including warrant No. 17.
164, to and including warrant No. 14.
171. to and including warrant No. 13.
IT. H. 2, to and including warrant No
113.
U. H. 3, to and including warrant No
161.
U. H. 4, to and Including; warrant No.
31.
BLISS PHILLIPS,
Treasurer of Stevens County, Washing-
BY' IRVING D. SILL, Deputy.
First publication December 12, 1912
Last publication Jan. 26. 1913.
CAM. FOR COUNTY UK \ 10It *L 11OAD
AND BRIDGE} FUND WARRANTS.
All warrants drawn on the county
general road and bridge fund, to and
Including No. 6735, issued May 19, 1912,
are hereby called for payment, and in
terest ceases from this date.
Dated at Colville, Washington, De
cember 12, 1912.
BLISS PHILLIPS,
Treasurer of Stevens County, Wash-
BY- IRVING D. SILL, Deputy.
First publication December 12, 1912.
Last publication Jan. 26. 1913.
CALL FOR COUNTY DISTRICT ROAD
AND BRIDGB FUND WARRANTS.
All warrants drawn on road districts
Nos. 1, 2 and 3, and registered on or be
fore the dates given, are hereby called
for payment, and interest ceases from
this date.
District No. 1, to and including war
rant No. 2327.
District No. 2, to and including war
rant No. 2173.
District No. 3, to and Including war
rant No. 2755.
Dated at Colville, Washington, De
cember 12, 1912.
BLISS PHILLIPS,
Treasurer of Stevens County, Wash-
BY' IRVING D. SILL, Deputy.
First publication December 12, 1912.
Last publication Jan. 26. 1913.
NOTICE FOR IM B LIC ATI ON.
Serial No. 05975.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at Spokane,
Washington, December 21, 1912.
Notice is hereby given tliiit John M.
Powers of Meyers Falls, Washington,
who, on September 19, 1910, made home
stead entry. No. 05975, for the north
east quarter of the northeast quarter,
section 88, township 36 north, range
38. B, W. M., has filed notice of intention
to make final commutation proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Kathrine 8. Ue, United
States commissioner for the eastern dis
trict of Washington, at Colville, Wash
ington, on the 10th day of February,
1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: Archie
M. While of Meyers Falls, Wash.- F.u
gene H. Walston of Meyers Falls
Wash.; Rozelle Rose of Meyers Falls,
Wash.; Frank Gorden of Meyers Falls
Wash. HA], J. I'fil.K Upginlerl
Si'MMONS lit PUBLICATION.*
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
Margaret Plummer, plaintiff, vs.
George Plummer, defendant.
The state of Washington to the above
named defendant, George Plummer:
You are hereby summoned to be and
appear within sixty <60> days after the
first publication of this summons, towlt!
Within sixty days after the 28th day
of December, 1912, and defend the above
entitled action In the court aforesaid
and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of
your answer, or other pleading, upon
the person whose name is subscribed
to this summons, at his address below
stated, and in case of your failure so
to do, judgment will be rendered against
you according to the prayer and de
mands of the complaint herein, which
bus been filed with the clerk of the said
superior court.
The object and purpose of this action
and annulment of marriage, on the
grounds of desertion, failure to provide
for plaintiff, and for the custody of
the one child of said marriage to remain
In plaintiff; said decree to run In ac
cordance with the demand of the said
complaint. JOHN B. SLATER.
Attorney for the plaintiff, whose resi
dence, place of business and postoffice
address is Colville. Stevens county,
Wm Hliliicton.
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TAKING NO CHANCES.
Why the Impresario Had Engaged Fly»
Tenors.
A FRENCH Impresario was taking
out to New Orleans an opera
company, which by special agree
ment wns only to include one tenor.
Foreigner* aiv usually bad sailors, and
the first few days all the members of
the company were seasick, one of the
effects of whicli mulady is that it
weakens the voice so much that peo
ple are frequently hoarse for several
days after their recovery. According
ly, as soon as the singers could crawl
on deck they commenced to try their
voices, and among them the tenor,
who. always anxious to occupy a dis
tinguished position, went on the bridge
of the steamer for the purpose. What
wns his surprise on hearing an echo
of his own voice—another tenor. His
amazement became disgust when he
heard the third tenor running up the
scale, a fourth, a fifth. He looked for
ward and snw two men eying him and
each other with intense hatred. He
looked aft and saw two others simi
larly occupied. The five tenors simul
taneously made a nish below to the
manager's cabin and demanded wheth
er he had not expressly stipulated to
each of them that he was to be his
only tenor. "1 know, 1 know," replied
the manager, "and 1 will keep my
word. You see. none of you have been
to New Orlenns before or you would
understand. When we arrive the yel
low fever is sure to be raging, and as
you are fresh from Europe two of you
will probably be carried off before
you land and two more during the re
hearsal. One will probably survive.
He will be my first and only tenor."—
Cornhill Magazine.
Heredity.
A man who from the humblest be
ginnings had risen to eminence one
day called bis children about him.
"My children." said he. "I am pro
viding each of yon with an income of
$20,000 a year in order that you may
be spared from the struggle which has
been my lot and so have leisure for
developing your natural bent."
One of the children drnnk himself to
death in n few years, another drifted
uselessly about the world In search
of amusement and soon grew so bored
that he cursed the day he was born,
while a third essayed to achieve social
position and was divorced four times
before she was thirty.
The world meanwhile was not blind.
"Greatness." it observed sagely, "is
not hereditary!"—Pnek.
The Fruitless Quest.
Diogenes was searching for the
honest man.
"Find one who acknowledges
he doesn't take a cold plunge in
winter." we advised.
Herewith he took along his tub
for a test.—New York Sun.
it All Depends.
"They suy it's good luck to be fol
lowed by a black cat."
"I should say it depends on whether
one is a man or a mouse."—New York
Evening World.
Alarming Symptoms.
"There's something the matter with
that prisoner. 10.987." said the visitor
to the warden.
"What's the matter?" asked the war
den—"sick?"
"I don't know," replied the visitor.
"1 think he must be."
"That's queer. He hasn't usked to
see a doctor."
"Maybe he doesn't realize it him
self," replied the stranger. "But there
Burely is something the matter with
him."
"What makes you think so?" asked
the warden again.
"I've just talked with a lot of your
Inmates, and he's the only one who
didn't claim to be innocent," was the
reply.—Detroit Free Press.
Why Tom Lost His Job. ■
The afternoon of the big game be
tween the {Hants and the Athletics
Tom, entering the office, found a note
from his employer. Mr. So-and-so:
"I am going out. Shall return at
6:15."
Tom left a note:
"I am going out, too, but you'll never
know it. Old Gluefoot. for I shall re-
Jorn at C:14."
But Tom got caught in a street car
block, and Mr. So-and-so didn't.—Suc
cess Magazine.
The Moral of "Mona Li«a."
Laugh and the world laughs with
you:
Weep and npne heeds your moan.
Smile and the world will steal you;
Frown and you frown alone.
—New York Sun.

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