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Professional Column
A. B. COOK
Physician and Surgeon
W. MIGHELI.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGSON
Office Phone Hf. House 633
LEE B. HARVEY
Physician and Surgeon
DR. I. S. CLARK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. L. A. KERR
EYE SPECIALIST
At Colvillc Drug Co.
W. F. DIFFENBACHER
Dentist
Only the Best Quality of Work
J. R. HENDLEY
DENTIST
Postoffice Building
BERNARD JOHNSEN
VETERINARIAN
Office went of new Oild Fellows Tampl*, Colville
Phone 485
JOHN B. SLATER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
RICKEY BLOCK
JESSEPH &. GRINSTEAD
Lawyers
First National Bank Building
J. A. Rochford, Colvillo F. Y. Wilson. Northport
ROCHFORD & WILSON
Lawyers
Offices at Colville and Northport
R. A. THAYEk
Lawyer
JACKSON & BAILEY
LAWYERS
BANK OF COI.VII.LE BLD<;.
IIKN ASI'IOM), II MlllDlt
• linvlnK " nil or without run verbal lon
SOUTH OF lllllHiKV STOKE
THOMAS ASPEN D
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
P. K. Parks, postmaster.
W. W. Campbell, assistant.
H. M. Dexter, money older clerk.
K. .1. Strong, general delivery clerk.
Oscar Kllduw, mulling clerk.
Windows open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Trains duo b:4u a. m., 12:17 p. in..
1:4t) p. m., H.Zi) p. m.
Alalls close 3u minutes before trains
are due, except mall for 6:10 train
closes at 9 p. m. tlie evening before, and
mall for southbound Sunday train
closes at 11:4o a. m.
Mall for Threetorks and Alaildln
leaves at 7 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Haturdayi; arrive! at 1:80 p. m.
.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Mail for Echo and Lake City leaves
at 8 a. m. daily; arrives at 3:3u dally.
Mail for Crystal Falls arrives at li
a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and tjatur
days: leaves at 1 p. in. same days.
Kuial routes 1 and 2 leave at 8 a. m..
return at 3:3u p. m.
I'ostal savings hank open from 8 a. m.
to « p. m.; H. M. Dexter in charge.
Lobby open all night.
CITY OF (JOI,\ 11.1. U.
Commercial center of the Colvllle
valley, county seat of Stevens county.
Population Altitude lliUu. Av
erage yearly temperature 45.0. Average
yearly precipitation 17 inches. No ex
tremes in e.uperar re cr rainfall.
School registration duo. High scliuol
registration 14U. Three school build
ings, total value f75,0U0. %;,\!3,uw
spent In municipal and building im
provements In lUIU-11.
Paved business streets, cement side-
walks and crosswalks, 140 pound pres
sure water system, J22.UJO sewer system,
electric light system, $22,U0U opera
house, $li,,'mm> llouring mill affording
cash market lor all grains In the
county, 19,000 postollice building, free
postal delivery being Instituted, $25,
--uvu saw mill plant witli dry kiln.
The city of Colville is growing. Its
Chamber of Commerce is an active
liody of business men who welcome all
who wish to make a home in a growing
business center.
Those who desire a suburban or
country home, with the advantage of
good schools, have a var ed choice of
employment—fruit growing, dairying,
poultry raising:, truck farming, diver
sified farming, or lumbering.
Dairying experts claim the Colvllle
valley Is the most ideal place In the
northwest for profitable dairying.
F. A. Huntley, state commissioner
of horticulture, declares that the Col
vllle valley is a most ideal section for
pear raising. This statement is sup
ported by J. C. Eakle, district horti
cultural Inspector.
The Colville Orchard Company In
1911 produced Its first crop, about 3600
boxes, of well colored and fine quality
apples. In 1912 it will produce 30,000
boxes.
There are thousands of acres of land
in the Colville country which can be
made to produce just as heavily.
The Colville valley Is particularly
adapted to the raising of all commer
cial varieties of peara.—H. W. Sterrett
deputy rtate horticultural Inspector.
I consider the Colville section an
excellent hog country. I attribute this
mainly to our pure water from springs
and clear streams, clover and alfalfa,
with few sudden changes of temper
ature. Well-bred hogs of any of the
leading breeds, when properly cared for
make rapid growth and bring from one
to two cents more than the Spokane
market. With the market that pro
t'ticts command here, a farmer can
make a very comfortable living:.—Henry
W. Foster.
Land suitable for farms and orchard*
may be bought at reasonable prices.
For any information, write the Colville
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. Lob Johnson, Rep.
Sheriff, Win. Miller, Rep.
Assessor, James Algie, Rep.
Attorney, toward W. Stull, Rep.
Supt. Schools, A. D. Foster, Dem.
Surveyor, C. A. Helierling, Rep.
Coroner, 11. 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,
Chaunccy St. Clair.
Councilmen second ward, Hugh Wad
doll, Geo. W. Denny.
Councilmen third ward, W. S
Prindle, I). 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 Tuesdaj night
at city hall.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Northbound - - - 12:17 p. m., 8:20 D. m.
Southbound - - - 6:40 a. m.. 1:40 p. m.
CHURCHES
Congregational- G. H. Rice, minister; Sunday
school 10 a. m.; morninK service 11a. m.: evening
service 7:30 p. m.: Junior Society 2:30 p. m.;Chri»t
lan Endeavor Society 6:45; Ladieß' Aid Society
every Wedneaday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Roman Catholic Church-Immaculate Conception,
Third and Maple streets: services every Sunday
at S and 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Every Monday
at 7 a. m.
BaptiHt-A. C. McChesney, pastor: A. D. Fostei,
Sunday school Buperlntondcnt. Sunday
school 10 a. m.; regular services 11 a. m. and 7:45
p. m.; B. Y. P. U. 6:4.1 p. m.; prayer and praisx
Bervlce Wednesdays. 7:4. r, p. m.
Church of Christ-1,. I). Harris, pastor; Sunday
School 10:00 a. m.; preaching services 11 a. m.;
Junior Christian Endeavor 3:00 p. m.; Christian
Kndeavor 6:30. evening service 7:30. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7::)0.
Mi'thodist-M.L.Sandera pastor. Morning service
10:00a.m.;Juniorleagui"3:00p.m.;Epworth league
7:00 p. m.; prcachine 7:30 p. m.; class meeting 12.
prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodist- Rev. Geo. T. Klein, pastor; Sun
day school 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.;song
and malic service 7:30, followed by preaching al
H:(IO p. m.: i>rayer meeting Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
Preaching at Orin Tuesday nighU.
Seventh Day Advcntista-Mcet every Sabbath at
11.00 a. m.; Ist and 3rd Sabbaths Young People's
meeting; 2nd, missionary reading; 4th, evangelistic
St. John's Kpiscopal-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 S(K); reading room open every day except
Sunday, 2 to 4 p. m. at the chapel.
LODGES AND CLUBS
Colvllle Lodge No. 80, F. & A. M.-B. G. Rich.
W. M.. II M. Dexter, secretary. Meet lat and
3rd Thursdays, Masonic temple.
Colvllle Chapter No. 20. Royal Arch Masons-
J. B. Thomas, high priest; Geo. W. Seal, Se .
Meet 2nd Momhiy. Masonic temple.
Colvillc Chapter No. 87. Order of Eastern Star-
Mrs. Anna Strong. W. M.; Lillie M. Robson, sec
retary. Meet 2d and 4th Thursdays. Masonic tem
ple.
Colvllle Lodge No. 109. I. 0. O. F.-Victor
Bated, N. G.; Alvin Miller, secretary. Meet every
Wednesday. I. O. C. F. hall.
Faithful Kebekah Lodge No. 90-Jessie
Kicknrd, N. G.; Grace Townsend, secretary. Meet
Ist an<t 3rd Mondays. 1. O. O. F. hull.
Isaac I. Stevens Lodge No. 143, Knights of
Pythias -W. H. Jackson. C. C; D. M. Hurt, K.
of R. 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 Sat unlays. I. 0. O. F. hall.
Adah Camp No. 4684. Royal Neighbors of
Am.rica -Mrs. Belle Walston, oracle; Mrs. F. R.
Vanish. recorder. Meets Ut and 3rd Saturdays.
I. O. O. F. hall.
Colville Camp No. 277, Woodmen of the World-
W. Gammge. consul commander; H. C. F. Han-
Ben, clerk. Meets Ist and 3rd Tuesdays. I. O. O.
F. hall.
Tamarack Circle No.22l.Women of Woodcraft-
Mrs. IJ. H. Curey guardian neighbor; Mrs. Mary
Hansen, clerk. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 1. O.
0. F. hall.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen-Chaa. 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.JefTcrson,commander; A.F. Perkins, adjutant
Meet 4th of every month. 11 a. in.
Woman's Relief Corps-Mrs. Fradrika Chris
tman, president; Mrs. Jean McCloud, secretary
Meet 4th of each month. 2 p. m.
The L, T. L. branch of the W. C. T. U. meets
each Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the W. C. T. U.
hall on Main street
Farmers Union-Colvllle Local No. 176-P. H
Graham, Pres.; O. F. Stewart. Vice-Prcs.; P. M.
Simpson, Sec.-Treas. 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.
Colvillc Volunteer Fire D .mrtin.-nt -F. S.
Thomas, chief; Victor Baird, secy. Meet at Are
hall every Monday night
FOLEYjRIDNEY PILLS
FOR Backache Kidneys and Bladder
For pniNH In the buck n xooti remedy
to Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, January 4, 1913
AMUSEMENTS
Colville Theater
H. D. Williams, Manager
Every night 7 to 10:30
Continuous Motion Picture
Admission 10c
THE LEGAL NEWS
Advertisement.
ItIMHOKI BY PI HI.ICATIOX.
No. 4201.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, In and for the county of
B1 B\ i-tis.
Edward La Beau, plaintiff, vs. Mary
Christena La Beau, defendant,
The state of Washington to the above
named defendant, Mary Chrlstena La
You are hereby summoned to apnear
within CU days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, towit:
Within 60 days after the 23d day of
November, 191$, and defend the above en
titled action In the above entitled liOttrt
and answer the complaint of the plain
tiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for
plaintiff at his ofliee address here below
stated, and in cane of your failure ho to
do judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of 'he
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.
I'ostoliice address, place of business
and residence, at Colville. Stevens
county, Washington.
NOTICE TO CltmilTOßS.
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 Charlas
11. Gneist, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons having claims against said estate
are required to present them to me for
allowance at Sprlngdale, Washington,
or 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. GNRIST,
Administratrix of the estate of Charles
11. Onelst, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF
ACCOUNT ANI> DISTUIIII TION.
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
Donilnlkus Regie, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that William
Rechler, the administrator of the estate
of Donilnlkus 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 Colville. 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 tbe
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
ministrator, Colville, Washington.
SUMMONS.
In tlie superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county nf
Stevens.
11. W. Spauldlng, V. E. Bpaulding
and 10. 11. Spauldlng, a co-partnership,
doing business as the Spauldlng Manu
facturlng Co., plaintiffs, vs. S. P. Lucy,
defendant.
The state of Washington to the sai.l
S. P. ],ucy, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to he ami
appear within sixty (60) days after the
date of tlii! first publication of this
Summons, exclusive of the day upon
which the first publication is made, to
wlt: 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 h.'.a
been filed in the office of the clerk of
said court.
The object of said notion is to reco.er
upon one promissory note, made by de
fendant in favor of the plaintiffs, in
the principal sum of 1180, together wltti
interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
cent per annum from the 27th day of
March, 1909, to the Ist day of April,
1910, making the further sum of $9.(10,
said principal sum at the rate of :o
par cent per annum from the Ist dny
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 disburse
ments in said case.
An attachment has been issued out
of said court upon the lands of defend
ant, attaching the lands of the sa;.l de
fendant. HOCHFoItI) & WILSON,
Attorneys for plaintiffs.
I'ostofflce and office address: Colvtlle,
Stevens county, state of Washington.
SIMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
In the superior court of the state cf
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
Martin Schulein and Clementine E.
Schulein. as executors of the will and
estate of David Barman, deceastd,
plaintiffs, vs. William M. Huff and
Blanche Huff, husband and wife, de
fendants.
The stat- of Washington to William
M Huff an-! IBiinrlie Huff, husband and
v, ift. defendants:
You, and each of you, are hereby sum
moned and required to appear within
sixty (fiO) 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 Colvllle
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>4) 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 tlie Hank 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 Colvllle and delivered to
one David Barman, In due course.
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T i-reafter 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
Hen upon said real estate, and for the
sale of said real estate by the sheriff
„f Stevens county, Washington, and the
application of the proceeds of said sale
tn the payment of the sums due to the
plaintiffs for principal, Interest, costs
and attorneys' fees.
STULL & WENTZ,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
I'ostotnce address: Bank of Colville
building, Colville, Stevens county,
Washington,
Date or first publication, December
:l. 1912.
Date of last publication, February 1,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 05975.
Department of the Interior.
rnited States Land Office at Spokane,
Washington, December 21, 1912.
Notice is liereliy given that John M.
Power! cif Meyers Kails, Washington,
who, on September 19. 1910, made home-
Htead entry, No. 01976, for tlie north
east quarter of the northeast quarter,
section 33, township 36 north, range
3», B. W. M., lias filed notice of intention
to make final commutation proof, to
RitablUh claim to the land above de
scribed, before Katlirine S. Me, United
States commissioner for tbe eastern dis
irirt of Washington, at Colville, Wash
ington, on the loth day of February
1913,
Claimant names as witnesses: Archie
M. White of Meyers Palls, Wash.: Eu
gene H. Walston of Meyers Falls.
Wash.: Rozelle Rose of Meyers Falls,
Wash.; Frank Gorden of Meyers Falls,
Wash. HAL J. COLE. Register.
SI 11HO\S IIV PUBLICATION.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
Margaret Plummer, plaintiff, vs.
Qeorge Plumtner, defendant.
The state of Washington to the above
named defendant, George Plummer:
You are hereby summoned to lie and
appear within sixty (601 days after the
first publication of this summons, towit:
Within sixty days after the 2Sth day
of December, 1912, and defend the above
i-nlltled action in the court aforesaid
1 answer the complaint of the
plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of
ynur answer, or other pleading, upon
the person whose name is subscribed
tn 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
lias been filed with the clerk of the said
superior court.
The object and purpose of this action
is to secure a decree of absolute divorce
and annulment of marriage, on the
ground! 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 postofflce
address is Colville. Stevens county,
Washington.
SUMMONS.
No. 3708.
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of
Stevens.
11. l\ Kouffleur, plaintiff, vs. F. G.
KlelOW and Experience Kiesow. his
wife: (}. H. Layman, William Dial and
His. William Dial, his wife: ,1. Wil
liams, Henry C. Calhoun, William Ogle,
S. A. Milton and Mrs. S. A. Milton, his
wife; C. M. Ilaag, and J. W. Wallace and
Mrs. 3. W. Wallace, his wife, defendants.
The state of Washington to the said
F. G. Kiesow, Experience Klesow. O. H.
Layman, William Dial, Mrs. William
Dial, .1. Williams, Henry C. Calhoun,
William Ogle. S. A. Milton. Mrs. B. A.
Milton, C. M. Haag, J. W. Wallace, Mrs.
.1. W. Wallace, defendants:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within Bixty««ays after the date of the
first publication of this summons, towit:
Within sixty days after the 4th day of
January, 1918, and defend the above en
titled action in the above entitled court,
and answer the amended complaint of
tlie plaintiff, and serve a copy of your
answer upon the undersigned attorney
for plaintiff, at his office below stated;
and in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the amended
complaint, which has been filed with the
clerk of said court. This action Is
brought for the purpose of foreclosing
a mortgage for the sum of $500 and
Interest, costs and attorney's fees, upon
the northwest quarter of section 11, in
township 27 north, of range 40, east
W. M., in Stevens county. Washington,
which said mortgage was executed by
Defendants F. G. Kiesow and Experi
ence Kiesow, his wife, to one H. Franck,
on August 1, 1908. and which has been
assigned tn plaintiff.
JOHN C. KLEBER,
Attorney for plaintiff; office, 620 Old
National Bank building, Spokane, Wash.
Date of first publication Jan. 4. ml 3.
NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION,
Serial No. 03223.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Ottlce at Spokane,
Washington, January 2. 1913.
Notice Is hereby given that William L.
Alldredgi- of Rice. Wash., who. on Feb.
2. 1907, made additional homestead entry-
No. 18114 (0322.'!), for the northwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of
section 34, township 35 north, range 87,
B. W. meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final five-year proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Katlirine S. Me, United
States commissioner fur the eastern dis
trict of Washington, at Colville, Wash
ington, on the inth day of February,
1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: Sam
uel L. Byrd of Rice, Wash.: Christopher
(\ Ryrd'of Rice, Wash.: Fred Aultman
of Rice. Wash.: Henry Hughes of nice.
Wash. HAL J. COLE, register.
\OTICE FOR ITI!I,IC\TIO\.
Serial No. n34.T0 and Serial No. mi27l.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at Spokune.
Washington, Dec. 81, 1912.
Notice is hereby given tluit George
W. Ward of Colville. Washington, who,
on October 14. 1(107, and January 30,
1911, made homestead and additional
homestead entry IS4SS, Nos. 0343!) and
H8271, for the southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter and the west half of
the northeast quarter of section 25,
township 3(1 north, range 38. E. W. me
ridian, lias filed notice of intention to
make final five-year proof, to establish
claim to tbe land above described, be
fore Katlirine S. Ide, United States com
missioner for the eastern district of
Washington, at Colville, Wash., on the
15th day of February, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: I'€tei>
H. McCabe of Meyers Falls, Wash :
Maurice Storer of Meyers Falls. Wash.
(Joy Baxter i.f Meyers Falls, Wash.:
Ambrose May of Colville. Wash.
HAL J. COLE, register.
NOTICE FOR PI'BI,I("AT1OX.
Serial No. 03541.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at Spokane,
Washington, January 2, 1913.
Notice Is hereby given that John F.
Martin of Meyers Falls, Washington,
who, on January 28, l!) 08, made home
stead entry No. 18611 (03541), for the
southeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, the southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter, section 5, the north
east quarter of the northwest quarter,
the northwest quarter of the north
east quarter, section 8. township 88
north, range 38, E. W. meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
five-year proof, to establish claim to
Ihe land above described, before Kttth
ilne S. Ide, United States commissioner
for the eastern district of Washington,
at Colville. Wash., on the 15th day of
February, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: Frank
Gorden of Meyers Falls, Wash.: Wil
liam Lelthead of Meyers Falls, Wash.:
Samuel Seagraves of Colville, Wash.:
Joseph A. Martin of Colville, Wash.
HAL J. COLE, register.
CTHE LOCAL NEWS J
The seven-year-old son of Mr. and
Mm. Frank Cox, living east of town,
was lerioiuly hurt while coasting on
Thursday. His physician states that the
boy's scalp and right ear were severed
from the head and that it is a grave
question as to what will be the result.
MiSS Effle Lasswell, while coasting on
Thursday, met With an accident which
proved to be a Potts fracture "f the
right ankle.
George Stenger has sold his entire
stock of tobacco, nuts and fruits to
Chaunoey St. Clalr and will not handle
tobacco in connection with his drug
business.
Next Tuesday night will be the last
regular meeting of the present city
council, and at this meeting the newly
elected mayor, council, clerk, treasurer
and attorney will lie sworn in. Several
applications and petitions for appoint
ment! will be presented to the new
tnaybr and council for the offices of day
and night marshals, water commissioner,
engineer and building Inspector. Just
what disposition Mayor-elect Spedden
wil make of these applications and pe
titions is not definitely known, but
from expressions from a number of.
councilmen-elect there will probably be
no changes made at present.
Can't look well, eat well, or fell well
with impure blood. Keep the blood
pure With Burdock Blood Bitters. Bat
Simply, take exercise, keep clean, and
good health is pretty sure to follow.
$1 a bottle.—Adv.
Mrs. Nina M. Hubbard of North Vak
ima has been visiting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. W. H. Jackson.
Don't use harsh physics. The reaction
weakens the bowels, leads to chronic
constipation. Get Doan's ReguUtl.
They operate easily: 25 cents at all
stores.—Adv.
The annual meeting of the Colville
Chamber of Commerce, will be held at
Hotel Colville next Monday noon, Elec
tion of officers, and reports of 191:!
officers, This is a most important meet
Ing and all boosters should be present.
W. It. Fox, US W. Washington street,
NoblesvlUe, lnd., says: "After suffering
many months with kidney trouble, uf
ter taking other remedies and prescrip
tions, I purchased a box of Foley Pills,
which not only did me more good than
any other remedies 1 ever used, but
have positively set my kidneys rig-lit.
other members of my family have usf-d
them with similar results." Take at
the first sign of kidney trouble. Carroll
Drug Company.—Adv.
A golden wedding anniversary is an
event that should receive more than
ordinary attention. On Tuesday Mr. and
Mrs. James Elwood became bridegroom
and bride of fifty years. The happy
event was celebrated at the home of
Mrs. Fred Thomas, grandniece of Mrs.
HI wood. There were about forty in at
tendance, relatives and near friends.
The Woman's Relief Corps, of which
Mrs. BIWOOd is an honored member,
were invited guests and presented her
with a beautiful relief corps pin. O. A.
its. were represented among the guests.
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets
you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your
clothing. Doan's Ointment is fine for
skin itcliing. All druggists sell it; 50
cents a box.—Adv.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
fifth ding store will be opened in
Colville next week, a ten-barrel ship
ment of spirits fe.rmenti was recelvej
by one of the local drag stores no
Thursday, which is said to be one of
the largest shipments of whisky ever
received in Colville at one time. From
this fact it is eveident that the drug
stores expect to do a good business in
this line In 1913.
Take the "direct road" to health and
strength by using Foley Kidney Pills
tor backache, rheumatism, weak, sore
kidney.'; and bladder irregularities. Each
ingredient is chosen for its positive
healing and curative qualities. Foley
Kidney Pills are the best medicine you
can buy for kidney and bladder
troubles. Mrs. J. M. Flndley, Lyons,
Oft,, says: "1 took Foley Phis and they
entirely cured me." Carroll Drug Com
pany.—Adv.
A, 11. Sansburn, countyaudltor-elect,
resigned his position with the atannus-
Keller Company on ..londay. Mr. .Sans
burn states that he has been In con
stant employ and has never missed a
days salary for the past seven and
one-half years.
A mean stuffy cold, with hoarse wheezy
breathing is just the kind that runs
Into bronchitis or pneumonia. Don 1*
trifle with such serious conditions but
take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
promptly. Quick and beneficial results
are just what you can expect fro.n this
great medicine. It soothes and heals
the inliamed air passages. It stops the
hoarse racking cough. Carroll Drug
Company.—Adv.
Mrs. A. 13. Cook will render a solo at
the Christian church Sunday evening.
The pastor will speak both morning an 1
evening. Every one is cordially Invited
to these services. L. B. Harris, pastor.
i:-.iiim-.i Aftrr I'iflecii VonrNT"™™"
W. P. Broyles made a successful es
cape after fifteen years of suffering
from kidney and bladder troubles.
Foley Kidney-Pills released him, and
will do just the same for others. He
says: "They cured a most severe hack
ache with painful bladder Irregularities,
and they do all you claim for them."
Refuse substitutes. Carroll Drug Com
pany.—Adv.
Julut liiNlalhillon.
The jiul.lic Joint installation of the
Masonic and Eastern .Star lodges was
held at the tempi* Thursday evening,
arid was largely attended. Star in
stallation was in ebarga of Mr* Hattie
Jesieph, \vllll Mrs. Anna Strong mar
slml, and Mrs. Thomas organist. Tliosj
installed were: Mrs. Viola Parks,
worthy matron; \.. 0. Jesseph, worthy
patron; Mrs. Hattie Stenger, associate
inatio.i; Mrs. Inu Dingle, conductress;
Mrs. Hattie Cummlngs, associate con
ductress; Mrs. Anna Strong, secretary;
Mrs. Anna Hair, treasurer; Mrs. Vesta
Harrlgan, oganist; Mrs. llebecca Stull,
Ada; Miss Llllie Kohson, Kuth; MM.
Bessie Vilwock, Esther; lira. Geneva
Campbell, Martha; Mrs. Nellie Seal,
Blecta; Mrs. Nellie Sansburn, wirden;
H. O. Balr, sentinel; Mrs. Hattie Jesseph,
marshal.
1!. Q Rich, worshipful master during
I Hi::, was installation officer for the blui
lodge, with VV. R. liaker, past grand
muster, as marshal. Those installed
were: H. Wade Bailey, worshipful
master; .). 13. Thomas, senior warden;
P, It. l.irks, junior warden; G. W. Seal,
treasurer; H. M. Dexter, secretary; T. N.
LedgelWOOd, senior deacon: K. .1. Strong,
junior deacon; D. M. Hurt, senior stew
ard: (Jrover Graham, junior steward;
C. H. Carroll, tyler.
Alter the installation ceremonies, two
songs were rendered by Mrs. Harrigan,
and a reading given by Mrs. Vilwock,
accompanied by Mrs. Thomas on the
organ. Refreshments were served In
(he dining room. Dancing was enjoyed
In the ball room, while many of the
gentlemen enjoyed themselves in the
billiard room.
All partial who desire to bring in
wood on subscription should bring It in
now. Pour-foot wood is especially de
■lrable,
WAIL OF THE SOFT DRINKER.
I AST night I flat up with the boys. Th«
wine was freely flowing,
' But none of it (I hate the stuff) be
yond my lips was going.
I can be Bay on ginger ale, a merry wight
on pop,
While lemonade will always bring the best
of me on top.
And so we whiled the hours away In fall
Bohemia's quarter,
And, though the boys drank sterner stuff,
I stuck to llthia water.
With tale and Jest the evening passed.
with merry song and story.
There Is no cure in friendship's realm; ttt
laughter is Its glory.
The morn perhaps may bring its woes, lti
dull eyes tagged and flsliy,
But mine I knew would sparkling be be
cause I stuck to vlchy.
The day I knew would find me clear, mj
cheeks would not be pale,
Because when vichy lost its taste 1
switched to ginger ale.
Me for the clear and sparkling stuff that
brings no dark brown taste,
The drinks that do not fire man's bralr
nor leave him sore disgraced!
This was no orgy, understand; no wicked
'Twas just a night of fellowship and quiet
revelry.
And, though my comrades quaffed thell
wine, when root beer lost its power
To please my palate then I switched tc
good old lemon sour.
I make no plea for alcohol—l bid you shut
the stuff-
But, sipper of the harmless drink, know
when you've had enough.
In moderation ginger ale and lemonadt
and pop
Are splendid beverages if you know enough
to stop.
Oh, what a .head I've got today, what ag
onies are mine!
I couldn't feel much worse, I swear, If 1
had guzzled wine.
—Detroit Free Press.
On Their Slender Income.
On bis way homeward from the shop
where lie toiled at Iris daily vocation
Mr. Billiger McSwat, carrying into
effect a stern and sinister purpose he
had cherished for months, stopped at
a barber shop and had a portion of his
beard removed.
Half an hour Inter he entered the
humble dwelling which, in bristling
defiance of newspaper style cards, he
called his home.
Mrs. McSwat was sitting in an easy
chair and gazing pensively at the fire
that burned cheerfully, but economi
cally, in the grate.
"Lobelia, my dear," he said, "look at
me."
She arose to her feet and looked at
him.
Then she sank back nervously into
the easy chair.
During the twenty years of their
married life, as It may be necessary
to explain, sinking nervelessly into
chairs had been one of Mrs. McSwat's
leading specialties.
"Billiger," she gasped, "we can
never live up to that pair of side
whiskers!"— Chicago Tribune.
He Knew What That Meant.
Mrs. Exe—So you cured your hus
band of gambling. How?
Mrs. Wye—l warned him If he lost
any more money I'd discharge the
cook and do the cooking myself.—Bos
ton Transcript.
All For Her.
"Do you really love me, hubby?"
"Why do you suppose I wear thla
fringed coat and this tramp makeup
—merely to appear eccentric?"—Louto.
Tllle Courier-Journal.
Disappointed.
An M P. was discussing voting
frauds, impersonation and the dupli
cation of votes generally. He instanc
ed one duplicator, an ignorant fellow,
who bad the stolid and unmoved look
of an animal.
"When they arrested him he asked
what crime lay at his door.
"'Yon are charged." said the police
man, 'with having voted twice.'
•"Charged, am IT mattered the pris
oner. That's odd. I expected to be
paid for It' "- Watch Dog.

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