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Bologna Sausage Pork Sausage Minced Ham
Link Sausage Tomato Sausage Lard
Poultry of all kinds Fruits and Vegetables
Olymp'ia Oysters, Crabs, etc. Choice Meats
Our assortment is complete and the best on the
market. We can please you.
"Sanitation and Service our Motto"
Colville Meat Market
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Dale Jones, manager Phone 1285 Home Industry
Use TopNoch Pancake flour for breakfast griddle
cakes. Recipe on each sack. One cup of yellow corn
meal added to our pancake flour, with a teaspoonful of
baking powder gives the value of a meat dish.
TopNoch pancake flour also makes waffles, gems
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The Colville Examiner, Saturday, December 10, 1921
IN THE CHURCHES
-Hbhath school every Saturday.
Mass at eight and ten o'clock on
first and third Sundays. Mass at
ten o'clock on second and fourth Sun
days Rev. E. 8011. S. J., officiating
( HRISTIAS SCIENCE
Services every Sunday morning at
| 11 at the chapel.
Sunday morning subject "God the
Preserver of Man."
Preaching at 11 and 7:30.
•Sunday school at 10.
I'rayer meeting Thursday evenings.
Evangelistic services at Orin each
CHUBI I. I' CHRIST
Bible school at 10.
Bible study at 11.
Pibtc study Wednesday at 7:30.
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0. ft. Severance, Archdeacon
Agnes D. Roberts, W. A. Worker.
Church school each Sunday :it
We are thoroughly graded and in
vite your inspection.
Next services will be held Sunday,
Doc. 11, at 10:30 and 7:30 by Arch
! deacon G. 11. Severance of Spokane.
MbTHOUIST EPISCOPAL CHt!R< H
Church services will be conducted
by Rev. Hodson of the Wenatcheo
Sunday school at 10.
Morning worship at 11.
Epworth and Junior Leagues at
' Evening services at 7:30.
Rev. J. M. Hugging, pastor.
The Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the M. E. church will
meet Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the home
of Mrs. E. C. Page on east Third
street, with Mrs. Page and Miss
Gladys Allen as hostesses. This is
the regular meeting in which busi
ness matters will be discussed, and
the study of missionary life in Japan,
from the "Kingdom of the Nations,"
will he taken up.
Rev. Geo. Whitten left Monday
for Wenatchee where he is conduct
ing evangelistic services for two
weeks. Rev. Hodson and Rev. Cur
ry, the latter district superintendent
of the Wenatchee district f t^e M
E. chinch, will conduct tervicrt dur
ing Rev. Whitten's absence.
The members of the choir oi the
Congregational church were enter
tained Wednesday evening :it the
home of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Lavigne.
The hours wen spent in writing the
"Song of a Shirtwaist" and listening
to solos by Mi. Plumb and Mrs.
Glenn Crewse. Dainty refreshments
were served at eleven o'clock. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Crowse, Mi. ami Mrs. Ludwlg John
son, Mr. and Mr?. W. C. Keller, Mrs.
M. Julia Noble, Mrs. E. E. Page, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Plumb ami Mr. and
Mrs. Quinn McCord.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Congregational church held
their regular monthly meeting Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
.1. H. Ix)ucks. There were twenty
one members and three guests pres
ent. Am interesting program con
sisting of readings by Mrs. J. D.
Casey and Mrs. Ellen Page, a book
review by Mrs. Quinn McCord, and a
*010 by Mrs. Crewse was a special
Boil Beef Be, Pot roast 8 to 12c, round steak 15 to
Veal Roasts 121/2 Cto 15c. Veal steak 15c to 20c.
Pork, whole hogs lie. Front quarters 12^°,
hindquarters pork 15c.
Lamb, whole carcass 12% c, hindquarters lamb
20c, shoulders lamb 15c, lamb stew 10c.
Fi esh dressed hens 20c. Springers 20c to 25c.
Vegetables—tomatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, let
tuce, celery, etc.
Remember we sell for cash.
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We will give 5% of your laundry bill to any charitable organiza
tion you name for Christmas.
THE COVILLE LAUNDY Chapman & Simpson
feature of the afternoon. The ladies
are preparing a Christmas box to
be shipped next week to one of their
home missionary fields. The annual
election of officers occurred at this
meeting. Mrs. W. T. Stenger, who has
been president for a number of
years, was unanimously reelected;
Mrs. C. J. Rhode was elected vice
president and Miss Cora Johnson was
of Fraternal Societies
At the Rebekah lodge Monday
night there were five candidates
initiated, the new members being Miss
Margaret Ferris, Miss Ruth Miller,
Miss Muriel Thompson, Miss Hazel
Emery, Mrs. Pearl Conner. Refresh
ments were followed by dancing.
Colville chapter No. 20, Royal
Arch Masons, on Monday night elect
ed the following officers for 1922:
High priest, Dr. 0. F. Vinson; king,
A. Sinclair; scribe, Wm. Loudon;
treasurer, W. A. Acorn; secretary,
B. G. Rich.
The Rebekah degree team will not
go to Rice tonight, the Rice lodge
having been invited to bring its can
didates to Colville for initiation on
the evening of Dec. 21.
The Yeomen will give their annual
Christmas dance at Odd Fellows hall
Friday night, Dec. 23. The ladies
will serve a free lunch, and every
body is invited. The dance committee
comprises E. C. Conner, C. P. Severt
son, R. S. Dupuis.
The Masons had work in the second
degree on Tuesday night at a special
meeting. Annual election of officers
will be held next Thursday.
Royal Arch Masons will install
Monday night, and there will be re
The Eastern Star on Thursday
night elected the following officers
for 1922: Matron, Mrs. H. 0. Bair;
patron, Dr. O. F. Vinson; associate
matron, Mrs. Carl Buchanan; secre
tary, J. B. Thomas; treasurer, Mrs.
Wm. C. Keller; conductress, Mrs.
Rosa Spedden; associate conductress,
Mrs. K. J. Milberg.
At the American Legion Post
Thursday night the following nomi
nations were made for 1922 officers:
Commander, Edward Nyholm, Jas.
P. McDonnell, J. B. Rogers; vice
commander, Glen Crewse; adjutant,
Harry Smith, Paul Priday, Vinton
Baird; finance officer, Thos. I. Oak
' shott, chaplain, Guy Markham, L. E.
Baird, Earl Cherryholmes; sergeant
at arms, Albert Conner, R. E. Lee
Jr.; historian, Lester Cohrs, L. B.
Donley; executive committee of 5
members, John E. Miller, E. P.
Keron, Roland Dupuis, Warwick
Stewart, John Peters, Vinton Baird,
Guy Markham, John T. Raftis, Ed
ward Nyholm. The nominees re
ceiving minority votes for any office
automatically become nominees for
the next office. Election will be Dec.
22, when there will also be a pro
Hanford MacNider, national com-~
mander of the American Legion, re
quests that every Legion post in the
United States make Christmas Day
one for carrying a personal message
of good cheer to every disabled vet
eran in the community which the
post serves. The message must
carry the real spirit of Christmas and
comradship, he declares. In pursuance
of this request, state headquarters
of the former service men's organi
zation is now sending instructions
to every one of the 176 posts in the
department of Washington to get
busy. Posts are to ascertain, If they
do not already know, who are the
people who should be visited. Material
cheer—but not in the iruise of char
ity—is to be taken to them.
A limited number of fresh
made fruit cakes now ready
at 60c per pound. Order at
once to be in time to get
Special orders of any
cake^s given attention.
J. A. Stephenson, Prop.
Old Dominion Creamery
Try our Pastry and Coffee for down-
town afternoon lunch.
Men who put off buying their
wives a Christmas gift day after
day because they don't know what
to buy will find the Electric shop
the easiest place to solve the prob
lem. Because every woman will ap
preciate any of the fine electrical ap
pliances for the home. They are
enduring and practical. Two qual
ities which should be considered in
the selection of a worth while gift.
You are invited to come in and
get ideas any time at
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
State of Washington, county of Ste
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
out of the honorable superior court
of the state of Washington, for the
county of Stevens on the 21st day of
November, 1921, by the clerk thereof,
in case of Charles Corbet, plaintiff,
versus Floyd B. Anderson and Sophie
Anderson, his wife; Floyd Fuson and
Norma Fuson, his wife; the First
National Bank of Ritzvllle, Washing
ton, a corporation, defendants.
No. 7347 and to me as sheriff, di
rected and delivered, notice la hereby
ifiven that I will proceed to sell to
the highest bidder for cash, within
the hours prescribed by law for sher
iff's sales, towlt, at 2 o'clock p. m.
on the 7th day of January, 1922, be
fore the courthouse door of the said
Stevens county, In the state of Wash
ington, all the right, title and interest
of said Floyd B. Anderson and Sophie
Anderson, his wife: et al., in and to
the following described property, towlt:
The northwest quarter (NWtt) of
the southwest (SWV4) in section one
(1), and the southeast quarter (SEX)
of section two (2), in township twenty
nine (29) north, of range thirty-nine
(39). E. W. M., In the county of Ste
vens, state of Washington.
levied on as the property of Floyd
B. Anderson and Sophie Anderson.hi <
wife; et al., to satisfy a Judgment
amounting to $7,585.10 and interest
at six per cent per annum from No
vember 16, 1921; and $200 attorney
fees; and $26.08 costs and increased
costs in favor of Charles Corbet.
Given under my hand this Ist day
of December, 1921.
W. H. ORAHAM, Sheriff.
By D. F. Ham, Deputy.
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