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Five years experience and nne year
In Spokane training clean. If you
have a Spirella that nerda adj ;*tlng I
or remodeling, brihf it to mo.
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DO YOU KNOW?
That there is a safe ferry to cross
the Columbia river. That you can
cross at any hour, and that it is the
most direct route to Orient, Grand
Fork;, and Republic ?
KETTLE FALLS FERRY
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Dr. R. S. Wells
Physician and Surgeon Bank of Colville Bldg
Office phone 1275 Residence phone 1273
Dr. J. W. Henderson
Physician and Surgeon Office over Postoffici
DR. RALPH F. GOETTER
Physician and Surgeon Lane Bldg.
Office phone 605 Res. phone 116
W. A. Olds, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
DormanjHdg. Phone 87j
DR. L. E. CALLANAN
Dorman-Lynch Bldg. Phone 435
DR. KENNETH G. McKAY
Office phone 1093 Colville
Dr. W. F. Diffenbacher
Dentist Dorman-Lynch Bldg
DR. 0. F. VINSON
Dentist Postoffice Bldg.
Dr. Jno. J. Ingle
Lane Bldg. _Pho" eJ 9s
W. Lon Johnson
Lawyer 3-4-5 Rickey Bldg.
WENTZ & BAILEY
Lawyers Bank of Colville Bldg.
L. B. DON LEY
First National Bank Building
JOHN T. RAFTIS
Lane Bldg. Phone 1245 Colville
OSEE W. NOBLE
Attorney at Law Colville
F. LEO GRINSTEAD
Lawyer Bank of Colville Bldg.
INSURANCE AND BONDS
Fint National Bank Bldg. Cofriifc
Stevens County Abstract Co.
Abstracts of title to Stenni county landa and
AT COLVILLE THEATER
H. D. Williams, Manager
Continuous Motion Pictures
Every Night 7:30 to 10:30
(Continued from page two)
miniiif? excitement. 1 went to Eagle
City with the rush of prospectors in
Immigration continued to pour into
what is now known as the Inland
Empire, and the mining enterprise
at Coeur d'Alene was a great ad-
tti.sement for the Inland Empire,
as we all know helped to make
■kaii' 1 a larger city,
he first few years we lived in the
ouse country we raised a little
;at, but it was frosted; we raised
ie oats, and my father and I took
first hay from Latah which we
inped and threshed with two yoke
oxen. We took the first load to
Sherman, later known as Coeur
lene City. We raised some po
jes, and I took a load to Camp
ikane and got two cents a pound
had always wanted to go to the
ville valley, and I wanted to go
this time, but was told that there
< only a trail from Camp Spokane
up the Columbia river to Kettle falls.
Afterwards my friend C. A. (Kitt)
Ledgerwood told me this was true.
Kitt was born in Roseburg, Oregon,
and was rained in the northwest and
he knew all the trails at that time.
He is now connected with the Ste
vens county dry squad and knows all
the trails to the moonshine plants at
Later on, in the year 1889, I, to
gether with my cousins Walter R.
Bell of Spring Valley, and Glenn
Cowles of Grand View, made a hunt
ing trip via Camp Spokane up the
Columbia river and this was the first
time 1 saw the beautiful Kettle falls.
We came by Colville on our road to
Spokane. There was no railroad at
Later, in the year 1897, I went to
Bossburg and engaged in the trans
portation business until 1904 when
I came to Colville and established the
Colville Land Company with L. M.
McFarland, and we have been in thp
land business since that time.
When I came to Colville the second
time I had the pleasure of meeting
the real old pioneers, John Hofstetter,
Francis D. J. Wolff, Fred Sherwood,
Louis Perras, Fred Hoss, Jacob Stit
zel; and others. I had heard of
these pioneers from the time I was
a boy, and I also had heard a lot
about John Rickey but did not meet
him until 1904. All of these pioneer?
have passed on with the exception of
John Rickey who still resides at Col
ville, and to know this man is to
.love him. I also met Tom Aspend
for the first time. It had been re
ported to me that Tom's grandfather
discovered North America several
years before Christopher Columbus,
and Tom located in the Colville val
ley a few years later.
We younger pioneers in the lower
part of Spokane county at that time
did hear a great deal of the county
seat at Fort Colville. We boys were
all very anxious to make a trip here
and see the real old pioneers. I re
member that one time Dave Ham
took a trip to Spokane, and when he
returned he told me that they had a
telephone system in Spokane. He had
a hard time of it trying to make me
understand what a telephone
was, and I remember hoping it was
some sort of a new riding plow, for
I was using a walking plow at that
Here's a Suggestion
On the Way It's Done
"Do you know, Andrew," said
Imogene gravely, "you are very
much better looking than the aver
"Go-awn," said Andrew. "I'll call
"But 1 am in earnest," insisted
Imogene. "You have a good figure,
you are well set up, and have an air
of distinction that is noticeable."
"Aw, you read that in a book,"
said Andrew, a little embarrassed.
"I was never more serious in my
life, honey," assured Imogene. "I
do like your looks."
"Of course, it is not that which is
the most attractive about you, al
though every woman likes to spend
her life as the companion of a hand
some well groomed man, who looks
like he is of some consequence in the
"The thing that is most attractive
to me about you, dear, is that you
are so universally liked. I do not
believe there is a man in this city
who has more friends than you have.
"No matter where you go; the
theatre, in the cafes, at church or in
the street, there are always scores
of people hailing you and bowing to
you and showing plainly by their
manner that they know you and are
glad they know you.
"To me this means, dear, that you
are a man without these little petty
meannesses and vices that so many
people have. It shows that you are
broad and charitable to everyone,
and are a thoroughly nice man.
"Now, dear, I rejoice in these
friends of yours ax I know you do;
but did you ever realize, honey, that
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, December 10, 1921
they are a responsibility to me? Dill
you ever think that I had to keep
on the gui vive all the time to keep
my mind tuned up to meet these
people and act and talk to them and
with thorn in such a way that you
will never need to feel embarrassed
over having me with you no mattter
who you meet?
"If it were not that we were such
good pals and such absolute part
ners in everything I would be wor
ried over the fact that I spend so
much money on my clothes, but I
know you are the most open hearted
old dear that ever lived, and so t
do not worry
"You understand, honey, that I
have to dress up to your position,
that 1 have to look as nice as the
wives of all those fine people; you
know all that don't you?"
"Sure," said Andrew backing lazily
but contentedly in the sunshine of
"That's just what I told Mary An
derson today." said Imogene. "We
were in the millinery store and wer«
looking at some hats.
"I had spent all my this week's al
lowance and we saw a perfectly
dandy hat that will go fine with my
new wisteria dress and the woman
had reduced it from $25 to $19.50
and 1 told them to send it up in the
morning and told Mary you would
give me the money tonight and she
said she would not dare do such a
thing for her husband was simply
awful about bills and I told her wo
were partners and —"
"And it costs twenty iron men?"
asked Andrew, reaching for his wal
let. "Well, my reputation with you
and your women friends is worth
the money in the first place and the
hat is no doubt worth a five spot,
so we are a little to the good any
way. What were you talking about
before you commonced about the
"We were talking about, you,
dear," said Imogene.
"Well, to resume," said Andrew,
looking at her invitingly.
Stockholder: "You certainly have
a nice bunch of stenographers. Where
do you find them?"
Stock Broker: "I usually find
them in the corner arranging their
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the superior court of the state
of Washington, tn and for the county |
nf Stevens. , _ ,
The First National Bank of Col
villp, Washington, a corporation, plain
tiff, vs. O. E. Powell and Grace M.
Powell, husband and wife. Cora E.
Bottjer and John Doe Bottjer, whoaf
true Christian name is to plaintiff un
known, wife and husband, M. A. wil
mot and Jane Doe Wilmot. whose true
Christian name Is to plaintiff un
known, husband and wife, and John
Thf state of Washington, to the
above named defendants O. E. Powell
and C.race M. Powell, husband anil
wife, Cora E. Bottjer and John Doo
Bottjer, whose true Christian name In
to plaintiff unknown, wife and hus
band M. A. Wilmot and Jane Doe Wil
mot, whose true Christian name is V<
plaintiff unknown, husband and Wife,
and John Mann, Greeting:
You and each of you are hereby
summoned to be and appear within
sixty (60) days after the date of the
first publication of this summon.':,
which date of first publication Is th-
3rd day of December, 1921, and defend
the above entitled action in the above
entitled court and serve a copy ol
your answer or other pleading upon
the undersigned attorney for the
plaintiff, at his office and postofficr
address below stated, and in case ol
your failure so to do, judgment will
be rendered against you and each Of
you according to the prayer of the
complaint which has been filed with
the clerk of the above entitled court.
The object of said action being to
recover a iudgment establishing an In
debtedness of $2317 from defendants
O. E. Powell and Grace M. Powell,
husband and wife, to plaintiffs herein,
together with Interest and accrued in
terest from Dectnber 17. 1921. $217.9-1
paid for taxes and Interest thereon,
and in the further sum of $21.06 tax.s
and interest and costs and an attorney'"
fee, and to foreclose that chattel mort
gage given by defendant O. K. Powell
to plaintiff herein on April X, 19H>,
and filed for record in county auditor's
office. Stevens county, Washington.
April 8, 1919, being file No. 12197, and
to foreclose mortgage on real estate
given by defendants O. R. Powell and
Grace M. Powell, husband and wife,
to plaintiffs herein on December IS.
1916, on lots 1 and 2, block 7, town
of Northport. Washington, filed for
ri'Cord in county auditor's office, Ste
vens rr.unty, Washington, December
19, 1916, and recorded December 22,
1!>16, in book 25, page 556 of mort
gages, and for the sale of said chat
tels and real property In satisfaction
of said judgment, taxes, Interest and
accrued Interest, costs and attorney's
fee In manner by law provided, and
application of proceeds thereof to
satisfaction of said judgment, Interest,
costs and attorney's fee; and that all
claims, liens, estates and title of de
fendants be subjected to lien of said
mortgages, and for other Kin'lul re
U B. DONLEY.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and P. O. addre-aa of attorney
for plaintiff: First National Bank
Building, Colvllle, Waahlngton.
Mint i. OF vii>
In the superior court of the mate
of Washington. In and for the county
In the matter of the estate of Ste
phen OlasKO. deceased.
Notice 1h hereby given that the
uiml'-i ..ir.n.-il administrator of the abore
entitled estate will ••■.•II at private sale
at the law office of 1.. I). Donley in
Oolvllle, Washington, between the
hours of 8:00 a. m. of Nov. 11, and 6
p. m. of Nov. 16. 1921, the following
described real property In Stevens
county, Washington, towit: The north
west quarter of the northeast quarter
of section 7, and the southwest quarter
of the southeast quarter, less a strip
of land along the east side thereof 86
feet in width, of section 6, all In town
ship .12 north, range 39 K. W. M., said
Hale to be for not lea* than $900, one
third cash at time of confirmation of
sale and delivery of administrator*')
deed, balance to be secured In two an
nual payments of equal amount, by
notes and mortgage on said premises
bearing Interest at 1% per annum, all
or any part of aaid deferred payment*
to be payable at any time, bids to be
In writing and to be left at said of
fice between said hours and bid.* to b«
Only Two Weeks Until
Useful Gifts Here for Every Member of the Family
The kiddies are counting the hours now. There's a feeling of suspense in
the air in every home where children are. Closet shelves are being burdened
with many mysterious packages. There is much whispering and manyTsly looks.
We all love Christmas. We can't help it because its appeal is so universal, its
spirit so fundamentally good. Our store has withstood the raids of many fam
ilies very well. We are proud of the part we have played in this preparation, and
can still play. There is much merchandise here still that can be bought at very
favorable prices. We are determined to clear out our stock of Holiday goods and
prices are low enough to do it immediately. Come and do your last-minute
buying where your dollar goes the farthest.
FOR MOTHER FOR SISTER
Felt Bedroom Slippers Phoenix Silk Hose
Leather Hand Bag Silk Lingerie
Perrin's Kid Gloves Skating Set
Silk Parasol Beautiful Neckwear
Silk Blouse Fine Handkerchiefs
FOR FATHER— FOR BROTHER
Silk or Cashmere Hose Silk Shirt
Silk Muffler t Knitted four-in-hand ties
Bath Robe Cuff Buttons
House Slippers Pajamas
■ Silk Cravat Gloves, Belts
AND PRESENTS FOR THE BABY—
Silk Caps Mittens Eiderdown Buntings Baby Set«
Baby Blankets Boots Wool Sacques
-Yi*' R; hind your telephone service is the "plant" *
—a complicated mechanical equipment of |,J ... 7^jrt*
|ssT¥' ' pole?, cables, wires, switchboards, instruments, aU^uT <?*1
aiL etc., carefully adjusted and absolutely depend- 'M
•j 8 y ent on perfect construction and maintenance.
The "plant" is constantly subject to accident
and outside interference. Storms, fires, the
carelessness of workmen, the pranks of children,
concealed defects of material —all play their
The telephone company maintains a skilled
force whose sol*- duty is to quickly restore serv
ice interrupted from any cause. Your lines are
I constantly watched and tested.
In the case of trouble we are generally the
first to know it, but a notification to cm Com
plaint Department when there is anything
wrong will be appreciated.
®The Pacific Telephone ffj£k\
And Telegraph Company %^p
accompanied by at least 160 an an
evidence of good faith In making the
.tame, money to be returned In the
>:vem bid be rejected of sale not con
Dated Nov. 4, 1921.
KAY OI.ASOO, j
State of Washlnwton, county of Hte
Hy virtue ol an order of nale and
execution l»ued out of the honorable
superior court of Btevens county, on
the 6th day of November. 1921. by the
clerk thereof. In the. case of Julia V.
Maher, plaintiff, versus Clarice M. Kly
and Walter Ely, husband and wife;
Jane Doe Murphy, wife of Kdmund
0. Murphy; J. 8 Paxson and Jane Doe
I'axHon, husband and wife; rtHM>
A .Severance an'l John Poe H. verane.e,
her luiHband; Herman H.lsel and Jan.
Doe ielgel, huxhand and wife; Mary
McAllister and John Doa McAllister
her husband, defendant». No. 7^54 anil
to me, an sheriff, dlrectoil and deliver
Notice ks h'-relj} KiM'li that 1 will
, -d in h.-II to the highest bidilei
for cash, within the hours prescribed
by law for sheriff's sales, towit: At
two o'clock p. m., on the 2Hh day of
December. A. D., 1921. before the went
court house door of^ald Htevena coun
ty in the Mtate of Washington, the
following described property, towit:
All of the southeast quarter (HBVt).
and the southeast quarter of the
southwest quarter (BK% of HW<4) of
(t.-iHinn three (3). towimhip twe.nl>
nine (29). north, 0< ranK« 37, Kant of
the Willamette meridian, containing
i twit hundred (200) acres, more or
laaa, to HutlHfy n JuilKment fimounliiig
ii> J633 In favor of plaintiff, and
HKttiriHt the abuve named defendant"
' Clarlca M. Kly and Walter Kly, hu«
likikl anil wife-, and Krancen A. H«ver
anoe and Jmm Doa B«verance, hu«
-hull.l uikl wife, with intnrnat at eight
mr rent per Annum from the Sth day
of Kovembar, 1»21, and $75 attorney's
s, »n<l %3t.9H eo*ta and Increased
fliven under my hand thin 14th day
f November, 1921.
#. H. GRAHAM, Sheriff.
Hy (;. A. Lodirerwood, Deputy.
J. E. McAndrew, Plalntlfr* attorney.