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The Colville examiner. (Colville, Wash.) 1907-1948, December 30, 1922, Image 5

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Hail To 1923
May it bring you prosperity and 365
days of happy health.
May it bring you new friends and
pleasures.
This then is our "Happy New Year"
to you.
Capital $100,000 ColviUe and Kettle Falls
i COLVILLE NEWS j
Go to Rich's for your glasses. Sat
isfaction guarantees
if you want graham, try a nine
pound sack of Top-Noch, for mush oi
gems. For sale at all dealers.—adv.
Loose Leaf outfits ct the Examiner.
—F. C. R—
I. I. Stevena Lodge No. 143, K. of P.
Meets each second and fourth Mon
day of each month. Visiting mem
bers welcome.
L. S. Thurber, M. of W.
DR. CLARENCE YOUNG
of the Inter-State Optical Co.. Spokane
Will make his usual trip and will be
in
COLVILLE, LEE HOTEL
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
JANUARY 4 AND 5
for the examination of the eyes and
fitting of glasses
Parents should avail themselves of
the opportunity of having their child
ren's eyes examined by an expert in
this line. Any defect of vision should
not be allowed to "drag" either in
young or old. Do not fail to see him.
DOORS, WINDOWS,
MOULDINGS AND
GLASS
The largest stock in Stevens
county, and the cheapest place to get
what you want. Get our price be
fore buy ins; elsewhere. What we
do not have in stock we make up on
short notice. All classes, of mill and
cabinet work. Nothing that we can
not make if it's made of wood. Come
and see our plant and convince your-
KIMPLE'S SHOP
D. B. KIMPLE, Proprietor
North Main Street, Colville
A HAPPY
and
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR

Stevens County Power & Light Co.
LOST AND FOUND
A dark iron gray filly with small
star in forehead has been found.
Owner call at Examiner office and
pay charges, prove property.
Lost, between Echo and Culp's,
black silk muffler, valuable as keep
sake. Finder please return to No.
37, Examiner- Reward.
Strayed, 4 yr. bright bay mare,
black mane and tail, brand FS left
shoulder. Finder nofffy Frank Bryan,
Colville, R. D. 1.
TO TRADE
To trade, 80 acres Minidoka irri
gation project for Colville stock
ranch.—Chas. H. Hager, Rupert,
Idaho, Route 3.
FOR SALE
For sale, Rhode Island Red pul
lets, 50c each.—Maud Thomas, Col
ville.
For sale, Al alfalfa.—W. J. Mc-
Farlane, R. 1, Bossburg.
For sale, purebred Barred Rock
cockerels of well known 111-A-Hee
strain. $3 if taken at once.—Mrs.
Henry Grinneli, Addy.
TO SPORTSMEN
The county game warden would
appreciate your help 'n preserving
our game birds through the severe
winter weather. Please notify the
warden of any birds that n^f-d feed
and feed will be supplied foi '•.hem.
Write or phone L. S. Harbison,
phone 1385, Colville.—Adv.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The Grange Warehouse Co. of
Colville, Wash., will hold the annual
meeting at the Palace theater, Col
ville, on Tuesday, January 9, at 11
o'clock a. m.—M. H. C. Allen, secre
tary.—adv.
NOTICE OF STOCK
HOLDERS MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the Stevens
County N. F. L. A. will be held at
the office of the secretary at 226
South Main street in Colville, Wash
ington, at 2 p. m. on the 9th day of
January, 1923, for the purpose of
electing a board of directors and a
loan committee and such other busi
ness as may lawfully come before
said meeting.
Signed: C. McDonell, president,
Attest: I. J. Lasswell, secretary.
T^e Colville Examiner, Saturday, December ,10, 1922
John Quails, a prominent farmer
of Loon Lake, was in Colville on
business Wednesday.
John Raber and Ray Brooks of
Summit Valley were in town Wed
nesday.
Russell Alger, a former pupil of
Superintendent W. O. Cummings in
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, called at the
court house to see him Wednesday.
Mrs. R. A. Shepherdson and daugh
ter Ruth of Deer Park have been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Weaver.
Harry Jesseph and Miss Eula
Ledgerwood, who spent Christmas
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Jesseph, left Monday for Walla
Walla, where Mr. Jecseph is em
ployed with the Standard Oil com
pany, and Miss Ledgerwood is at
tending Whitman college.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey left for
Chewelah Wednesday where they
will make their home. Mr. Casey
will be in charge of the Leader store
there.
John McNamee of Deer Park has
been the guest at the E. Weaver
home this week.
Miss Mary Jackson, who has been
spending the Christmas holidays at
the home of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Jackson, expects to leave
for Ellensburg Tuesday to resume her
studies at the normal school.
J. C. Harrigan was a Spokane
business visitor for a few days this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Huber and
children of Bluecreek left the first
of the week for Casper, Wyoming,
where they will visit relatives for
some time. Mr. Huber recently sold
his ranch near Bluecreek to E. War
dell, who is making his home there.
The Colville Mercantile Co., Geo.
W. Schwerdfield proprietor, is mov
ing to the McDermid store room in
the telephone building.
Miss Agnes D. Roberts returned
Thursday from Northport where she
spent Christmas, having previously
been at Davenport.
Miss Lillian Bowns, teacher in the
Port Angeles schools, arrived Thurs
day for a short visit at the home
of her sister Mrs. L. B. Donley.
Mrs. Belle Cole sustained a dis
located shoulder and two fractures
Christmas night when the sleigh
overturned in which she and her son
Monte Cole were driving home. The
sleigh ran into a woodpile in the dark
road. She was taken to the icMil
lan home the next day, ana is said
to be getting along nicely.
George L. Rioth and W. L. Hen
dricks drove up from Spokane Wed
nesday with two new Chevrolet cars,
a sedan and a roadster. Mrs. Rioth
accompanied her husband home from
Spokane after a short visit there.
W. S. Moxon of Jamestown, North
Dakota, arrived Saturday to speiid
the rest of the winter at the homo
of his daughter Mrs. J. & Harrigan.
Miss Alice Sexton has been elected
secretary-treasurer of the senior
class at Cheney normal.
Rev. G. E. Whitten, former pastor
of the Colville M. E. church, will
conduct revival services at St. Paul's
Methodist church in Spokane during
January.
W. J. Wilson of the Wilson Prod
uce Co., returned to Colville Sunday
after visiting his old home in lowa
for the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. V. Keller left
Monday for a visit of several months
in California.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Strong and
Mrs. Geo. Stenger entertained the
Embroidery club at the Strong home
Thursday evening. Other guests
were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McCul
loch, Mrs. Belle Waddell, Mrs. F. H.
Crombie, Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Vinson,
Miss Mollie Graham, Charles Noe,
Mrs. L. E. Critchett of Northport.
G. H. Hivett of Colfax has accept
ed a position with the Colville Loan
and Trust company as bookkeeper
and has commenced his new duties.
William Carter of Rice was in
Colville a few days this week re
ceiving medical attention.
Miss Martha Klingler, of the sales
force of the J. C. Penney Co. store,
was the one to receive the company's
bonus to the woman employe who
served during the complete year
1922. The check was for $10. r>.ll.
H. L. Liston, who is closing out
his stock of goods in order to move
to his new location, states that as a
result of his advertising in the Kx
aminer the last two weeks he is not
going to have much stock If ft to
move, and that in the new location
he will have a fine stock of new
goods.
J. H. I.oucks has returned from a
two months trip in the east, in which
he covered a number of the eastern
states and cities. In West Virgin'"
he purchased a 35,000 capacity bari'l
.sawmill which is to be erected at
Threeforks. He was accompuined
to Colville by his daughter Mrs.
Florence Norquist of Jamestown,
N. Y.
Cancel Government lands
and (he Homestead Rights
F. A. Savage, receiver of tin 1 I
S. land office in Spokane, announces
the following lift of government
lands canceled for non-compliance
with the homestead laws, and
now open to entry:
Lester Fugitt, Middleport, c u\v
and \v ne 7-36-42.
Louis Hattistella. Deer Park, ne
8-22-81.
James M. Clink, Kane and North
port, lot 1 of MC B, and lots 1 and
2 6-37-40.
Walter A. leer, lot 1 and se sw
19-:i.".-:;9.
William Franklin Betty, Valley, se
ne 28-32-39.
Archibald Paterson, Orin, c se and
sw se and se sw 32-35-38.
Hairy C. Maylor, Kane, w sw IOC
5 and t so 6-37-40.
Michael Dunnigan, Chewelah, SW
nw and w sw and se sw 11-1)2-11.
Sarah A. Marlin, Kane, n ne and se
ne 7-37-40.
William C. Mulligan, Aladdin, nw
25-38-41. .
John H. Gardner, Middleport, nw
nw 23-36-41.
Kmil Kskola, Northport sw 32
--40-41.
Antrelo Rea, Loon Lake, c nv. and
c sw 8-30-12.
Victor Anderson, Colville, nw RW
sec 25; c se and s<> ne 26-87-89.
W. R. Wilford Beail, Park Rapid-.
lot 6, 6-35-42.
Clifford H. Mott, Chewelah, se sw
8-82-42.
Margaret J. Crider, Middleport, se
ne and ne se 80-86-42.
May Hinshaw, Hunters, c sw and
w se 12-30-37.
Charles N. Anderson, Boyds, ne ny
and ne se sw and se nw sw 2. r>-:iH-:;<i.
James M, Hull Northport, sw nw
15-38-40.
John August Blomberg, Bossburg,
sw sw 1-37-37.
William Christman, Cedonia, w se
4-31-38.
Harrison L. Smith, Kettle Kails.
n ne and n s ne 88-38-36.
John Brennan, Orin, se Be 10-38-38.
Loren V. Vinson, lone, sw se and
c sw and nw sw 15-87-42.
Ralph L. Link, Leadpoint, c se sec
19 and w sw 20-39-42.
Mark R. Randall, Hunters sw ne
and so nw 33-35-36.
John C. Riley, Northport, lots I
ami 2 3-38-39.
John H. Gardner Middleport, bw
s\\ sec 14 and n n\v 2:i-:!6-41.
.lamps Wood, Colville, Be s\v f>-"r>-
-42.
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