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LEGAL NEWS 4 AilTtrtlnnraent. f !THE NOTICB OK APPLICATION Of Silver Mountain Mining company, a corporation, for a United States Patent to the Goodenough, Canteloupe, Independanl, Grand View, Tamarack, Valley View, Wahkiagin and Urook Lode mining claims. No 012249. Survey No. 1154, United States Land Office, Spokane. Wash ington, Nov. 22. 1920. Notice ll hereby given that the Silver Mountain Mining company, a Washington corporation, with princi pal place of business at Spokane. Washington, and whose post office ad dress is Spokane. Washington, has made application for a patent for the following named lode mining claims, with number of lineal feet of each lode and the respective distances and directions from the respective dis covery shafts thereof, with surface graund on each side of said lode, to wi t' ON THE GOODENOUOH LODE, 1500 feet being 1200 feet southwesterly and 300 feet northeasterly from the discovery shaft with surface ground 300 feet in width on the southeasterly aide of snid lode and on the north westerly side with width varying from 294.7 feet for 904.25 feet from the northwesterly corner and from said point to 181.3S feet at the northeast erly end line: excluding from said por tion of said surface area of said Goodenough I.ode that part thereof In conflict with Daisy Lode (patented, Survey No. 105) beiim at the south easterly coiner of said Goodenough °ON THE CANTELOUPE I.ODE. 1476 feet, being C 37 feet southwesterly and 839 feet northeasterly from the dis covery shaft with surface ground 300 feet in width on the northeasterly aide of said lode, und 197 feet in width on the southeasterly side of aaid lode; excluding therefrom the area in conflict with the Crown Point lode unsurveyed, adjoining said Canta loupe lode on the southerly side thereof. ON THK INDEPENDANT LODE, 1439.05 feet, being 100 feet northerly and 1.039.55 feet southerly from the discovery shaft with .surface ground on the easterly side 300 feet in width and on the westerly side varying from 136 feet at the northerly end line to 300 feet at the southerly end line or thereabouts. ON THE GRAND VIEW LOCK, 1,180.5 feet, being 100 feet northerly and 1,080.5 feet southerly from the discovery shaft, with surface ground 300 feet in width on the westerly side of said vein and on the easterly aide varying in width from 300 feet at the southerly end line In 210 feet at the northerly end line. ON THE TAMARACK LODE, 1,367. --37 feet, being 100 feet southwesterly and 1,258.37 feet northeasterly from the discovery shaft, with surface ground 300 feet in width on the south easterly side of said vein, and 282.99 feet on the northwesterly side of said vein. ON THE VALLEY VIEW LODE, 1,172 feet, being 977 feet northerly and 19E feet southerly from the dis covery shaft, with surface ground 300 feet in width on the westerly side of said vein, 207 feet on the easterly side of said vein, or thereabout:*. ON THE WAIIKIAOIN LODE, 1,469.- Cl feet, being 431 feet northerly and 1,025.01 feet southerly from the dis covery shaft, with surface ground 300 feet in width on each side of said vein, excluding from the surface area of said Wahkiagin lode that portion thereof In conflict with the Daisy Lode (patented, survey No. 105), be ing at the westerly side of said Wuh kiagin lode. ON THE UROOK LODE, 1,092.75 feet, being 430 feet northerly and 662.75 foet southerly with surface ground 300 feet on th« westerly side and 207 feet on the easterly aide of aald vein. All of said claims bearing and be ing valuable for the lead, silver, cop per, gold and other minerals and metals they contain, and all lying and being in Summit Mining district, Ste vens county, Washington, being des ignated by Held notes and official plat on (He In the office of the Register of the Spokane /.und District Land Office, Spokane, Washington, as Min eral Survey No. 1151, in sections ti and 7, township 33 north, range 38 E. W. M., and section 12. township 33 north, range 37 K. \V. M., and which are more fully described as to meets and bounds by said official plat and field notes of survey now on file in said office, being the United States Land office at Spokane, Wash ington, and which by reference arc made part hereof, and heinj, bounded and described as follows, towit: GOODENOUGH LODE. Beginning at Cor. No. 1; identical with Cor. of lo cation; the NW Cor. of Sec. 7, Twp. 33 N., li. 38 E. W. M., bears N 44° 12' E. 264.5 feet; thence N. 78" 05' E. 954.2.'i feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 89° 25' 10. 581.97 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 25" 00' E. 481.38 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 78" 21' W. 1600 feet to Cor. No. 5; thence N. 25° 00' W. 5!M.70 feet to Cor No. i. the pluce of beginning. Total area, exclusive of conflict with Daisy Lode, claimed. 15.530 acres. canteloupe lode. Beginning at Cor. No. 1; identical with the cor ner of location; the NW corner of Sec. 7, Twp. 33 N., R. 38 E. W. M., bears N. 9° 35' E. 780.fi feet; thence N. 78' 21' E. 1476 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 25° 44' E. 497 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 78° 21' W. 14 70 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 25° 41' W. 497 feet to Cor. No. 1. the place of beginning. Total area claimed, ex clusive of conflict with Crown Point Lode, 15.459 acres. INDEPENDANT LODE. Beginning at Cor. No. 1; the N>4 corner of Sec. 7. Twp. 33 N., R. 38 E. W. M., bears N 18* 47' W. 282.2 feet; thence S. 2° 10' E. 1439.55 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 55° 14' W. «37.74 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 3° 5' E. 1535.52 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 55° 14' E. 471 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Total area claimed 15.434 acres. GRAND VIEW. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, Identical with the corner of location: the N',4 coiner of Sec. 7. Twp. 33 N., R. 38 E. W. M., bears S. 49* 58' W. 266 feet; thence N. 15" 4' W. 1,180.00 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 86° 59' E. 540 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 17° 47' E. 1,200.42 feet to Cor. No. 4; theme N. 86° 69' W. 600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Total area claimed, exclusive of con flict with Tamarack Lode, 14.406 acres. TAMARACK. Heginnlng at Cor. No. 1, identical with the corner of location; the N',4 corner of Sec. 7. Twp. 33 N., R. 38 E. W. M., bears S. 25° 2' W. 472.8 feet; thence S. 56° 32' W. 1.363.37 feet to Cor No. 2; thence N. 25° 0' W. 575.10 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 55" 30' E. 1,367.17 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence K. 25° 00' E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Total area claimed 18. --188 acres. VALLEY VIEW. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, the S. V* corner of Sec. 7, Twp. 33 N., R. 38 E. W. M., bears S. V 48' E. 1,306.5 feet; thence N. 72' 00' W. 507 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 0° 13' E. 1,172 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 72° 00' E. 507 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 0° 13' W. 1172 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Total area claimed 12.989 acre's. WAHKIAGIN. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, the Identical with corner of lo cation; the N>4 corner of Sec. 7, Twp. 38 N.. n. 38 E. W. M., bears S. 49° 58' W. 266 feet; thence S. 86° 69' E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 7° 54' W. 1,459.61 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 86° 69' W. 600 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 7° 54' E. 1,469.61 feet to Cor. No. 1. the place of beginning. Total area claimed, exclusive of con flict with Daisy and Independant Lodes, 18.233 acres. BROOK LODE. TSeglnnlng at Cor. No. 1, the NVi corner of Sec. 7, Twp. 33 N., R. 38 E. W. M., bears N. 12° 16' K. 1,586.21 feet; thence S. 72' 00' B. 607 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 4* JB' W. 1,092.76 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 72° 00' W. 507 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 4* 33' E. 1,092.75 feet to Cor. No. 1. the place of beginning. Total area claimed, exclusive of con flict with Independant Lode, 9.773 "Variations at all corners 2S* E. The notice of location of said lode mining claims are recorded In the of fice of the auditor of Stevens county, Washington, in the Quartz Mining records of said county in book and pace respectively as follows, towit: GoodenouKh. hook 14, page 441; Cante loupe, book 15. pa B e 36; Independant, book 15, l>ui;e 128; Grand View book 14 pane 534; Tamarack, hook 15, P"Re S7: Valley View, book 15, page 12,: Wahkiagin, book 14. page 532; l.rook, book 14, pHffe 533. and to which refer ence Is made for particulars therein contained and which by reference arc made part hereof. Slid mining claims hereby sought to be patented are bounded as follows: On the southerly side thereof b> Master lode and Crown Point lode (Master lode and Crown Point ode both unpatented), and the Daisy lode (patented, survey No. 105). which said Daisy lode lies in a southeily central position in said group and is contig uous to the said Ooodenough, Cante loupe, Tamarack, Grand View, Wah kiagin and Independant lodes and the Wild Rose lode (unpatented) lies westerly from said Independant lode, and that the remainder of said claims are bounded by patented and unpalented public lands. Notice of Intention to apply for patent was posted on the land on October 30, 1920. And all persons claiming adversely the mineral ground, veins, lodes and premises above described and referred to or any portion thereof, or any in terest therein, and for which patent is applied for, are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are duly tiled according to law and the regu lations thereunder within the time prescribed by law. with the Register of the United States Land office at Spokane, in the county of Spokane, ■tate of Washington, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of said statutes and the laws of the United States. JOHN L. WILEY, Register. (.lan. 1-Feb. 2G). SUMMONS HY I'UHI.ICATION No. HHir. In the superior court of the state of Washington, in and for the county of Stevens. K. G. Simmons, plaintiff, vs. W. a. Cannon and Dora H. Cannon, his wire; Belle Kong and Long, her hu» liund; W. E. Jones and Mrs. W. E. Jones, his wife, and !•'. M. O'l-eary. defendant*. The state of Washington to the said W. A. Cannon and Horn H. Cannon, hIH wife; Belle Lung and Long, her husband; W. B, .Jones and Mrs. \V. 10. Jones, hi.s wife, and P. M. O'Leary, defendants: You," and each of you, are hereby summoned and required to be and appear within sixty days ufter the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit; within sixty days after the 15th day of January, 1921. and defend the above entitled action within the court aforesaid, and answer (he complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at bis office and address below given; and In ease of your failure so to do, ludgment will be rendered against you according to the demand and prayer of the complaint in suid ac tion, which has been Illed with th» clerk of the above entitled court. Tbr- object and purpose of this ac tion is to obtain a judgment against the defendants, W. A. Cannon and Dora B. Cannon, his wife, and each of them for the sum of $725 with Interest at the rate of 8% per annum from March 21, lDlfi, on account of a certain promissory note made anil executed by said defendants; and for tha further sum of $100 as attorney's fees and for the costs and disburse ments of this action, and further to foreclose the mortgage given to secure the said note, on lots 14, 15 and 11 and the northeast quarter of the ■outhwest quarter of section 3, town ship 38, range 41, ylng, being and situate in the county of Stevens, state of Washington: and for a deficiency judgment against said defendants, W. A. Cannon and Dora U Cannon his wife; and for a decree declaring the right, title and interest of the defendants, Belle Long and hong her husband: W. B, Jones and Mrs W. B. Jones, his wife, and F. M. O'Leary, and each of them, in and to the above described real estate, sub lect and inferior to the lien of the plaintiff's mortgage, and foreclosing them and each of them, of any claim in or to said premises, held before or acquired after the filing of the lis pondens herein! and for all other and further relief to which the plaintiff mft , be entitled. & DO NOVAN. Attorney for Plaintiff. I> (i address: 424 Kookery Build ing, Spokane, Spokane county. Wash ington. (Jan. 16-Feb. 2ti.) NOTICK In the superior court of the state ..f Washington, in and for the county lii the matter of the estate of Myron Wilbur, deceased. Notice is hereby given: That where as I). W. Wilbur, as executor of the estate of Myron Wilbur, deceased has heretofore made and (lied in the above entitled cause, his certain accountant! petition for distribution, and Whereas, the time and place for hearing of said petition has been fixed by the order of the court, und notice thereof directed to be given: Now therefore, all persons interested are hereby notified to be und appear at the court room of the court house In Colvllle, Washington, at the houl of B:Sd v. m., on March 12, 1981, then und there to show cause, if any there he why said final account should not be approved and settled, and the said • state distributed In accordance with the terms of the will of Myron Wll bur the said decedent! and the said 1). W. Wilbur discharged as such ex " Witness the honorable D. H. Carey, indue of the above entitled court, and the seal thereof affixed this Bth day '" ■"■'"""">-' 1981 8 . j.TBBMBLAT. Clerk of the above entitled court. SUMMONS ANIJ NOTICK In tha superior court of the state of Washington, in and for the county of In the mutter of the foreclosure of Delinquent Tux Certificatei »64J. Joe Kvan, plaintiff, vs. Arcadia Holding Company, a corporation; Arcadia orchards Company, a corporation; John Wilson and Jane. Doe Wilson, his Wife, and all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, lille estate. Hen or interest in or to the real estate in this summons and nutlce described, defendants. The state of Washington to Arcndla Holding Company, a corporation; Ar cadia Orchards Company, a corpora tion; John Wilson and Jane Doe Wil son his wife, and to all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any nnht. title, estate, lien or Interest in or U> the real estate in this summons uncl notice described. You and each of you are hereby no tilled that John Wilson Is the tax record owner of the real property hereinafter described, appearing on the tax records of the treasurer's office at the time the taxes included in said certificate above-mentioned became de linquent; that Joe Hyan the plaintiff herein is the owner and holder of de linquent tax certificate 2647; that said certificate was Issued by the treasurer of Stevens county, state of Washing ton, on the 2Uth day of December, 1!>I2, to U. J. Lindsay and by him for ii good and valuable consideration, as signed to Joe Kyan the plaintiff here in, for the sum of 16.40, which sum is the amount of said certificate paid by the owner and holder thereof for the taxes then assessed, unpaid and de linquent against the following describ ed real property situated and being in the county of Stevens, state of Washington, towit: The northwest quarter of the north wist i|uart*r of section twenty-nine, township twenty-nine north, range forty-two, K. W. M. Kor the year 1910, together with interest from the date of delinquency thereof to the date of the purchase of said certificate at the rate of 12 and 10 per cent per annum, and all penalties thereon accrued or accruing; that the said plaintiff, as the owner and holder of said certificate, has paid taxes, penalties and interest upon said described property as follows: On Dec. 20, 1912, 14.91. for the year The Colville Examiner, Saturday, February 26, 1921 1911. On Juno 20. 1313, $. r..25. for the year 1111. On .1 v I>■ 3. 1!'I4, $r>.44. for the voar 1013. OB Jua« 18, IHIS 19.40. for the v.-in- 1114. on June 12. l«i7. 110.60 for the year 1916. on June 12, |917 $x 18, for the year lsifi. On luly >> Itlli IMB, for the year 1917. On June 4, !•!•, $11.20. for the year I<US. on Juno 7. IMS. *13.20, for the year IMt. That thp pinintiff hereby olectH to acaulrt title to said dosoribod real property, subject t<- the following and all other assessments for local Im provements iiuainrt Ine «amp. That each and all payments herein mentioned, made by the owner and bolder of said certificate shall draw Intereat at the rate of IS per cent per annum from the dates same wore inaiie. Tbat the plaintiff heroin claims a lion against all of the above described real property for the total amount Of said payments anil interest, and Will apply to tho above entitled court for Judgment foreclosing said lion, subject to valid municipal taxes, If any That you and each of you are here by summoned to appear within sixty days after date of the first publication of this summons. exclusi\ f the day of said first publication, which said date Is February 5. 1921, and defend tin' above entitled action in tho above entitled court, or pay to the treasurer of Stevens county the amount duo. together with the costs of this ac tion, and in case of your failure so to do Judgment will be rendered fore closing the lien of said taxes, assess ments, penalties, interest and costs paid and accruing against the land and premises above-described, and that nil process herein may bo served upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff. JOB kyan. Plaintiff. Hy Osee W. Noble, prosecuting attor ney" and attorney for plaintiff. I'ost offlce address: County Courthouse, Colville, Washington. xotki-: to cnr.DiTOiis No. 1837 In the superior court of the state of Washington, in and for the county of Stevens. In the matter of the estate of Myron Churchill, deceased, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed ad ministratrix of the above estate in this court and has duly qualified accord ingly, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are re quited to servo such claims, duly veri tied. with the necessary vouchers, upon the undersign, d at Kettle Falls, Wash ington, or upon W. I-on Johnson or !■'. I Grlnstead, her attorneys of record at Colvllla, Washington, and to Die such claims with proof of such service In the office of the clerk of the above named court at the city of Colville, Washington, within six months after (he first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of first publication of this notice is February 5, 1921, ÜBTELLA LESH, Administratrix of the estate of My ron Churchill, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the superior court of the stale of Washington, In and for the county of Hpokane. In the matter of the estate of Dom- Inlck L. McGowan. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed ad ministrator of the above estate in this court and has duly qualified according ly, and that ail persona having- claims affdinst said fit-ceased are required to Herve such claims, duly verified, with the necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 808 Sherwood building, Spokane, Washington, or upon John M. Cannon, one of his attorneys of record at his office at ROB Sherwood building;, Spokane, Washington, and file such claims with the proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above mimed court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be Forever barred. Date of first publication of this notice is February 5, 1921. CHARLES McALEER, Administrator of the estate of Dom- Inick 1.. AlcOowun. NOTICE OF HHBRIFF'S BALE State of Washington, county of Bto- Mils. IJ.\ virtue of an order of gale Is sued out of the honorable superloi court of the slate of Washington, i'<<\ the county of Stevens, on the 3d day of February, l'J2l, by the clerk there of, in the cane of s. W. Warrick, Ariadne Gilbert, Laura L. Gilbert, Mary 1,. It. Butcher and William VV. Keen, plaintiffs, vs. City of Chewelah, a municipal corporation! H. S. Spel den and Daisy 1-*. Speddon, husband and wife; First National Bank of Che welah, Washington, a corporation; l-\ N. Jarvln and Mary J. Jarvls, hus band and wife; vV. I*. Spary; Bank of chewelah, a corporation! W. 11. Drownlow and Minnie L. Hall Brown low, husband and wife: Colvllle Loan A Trust company, a corporation: V 7. H. Stiles and Clara N. HI lies, husband and wife; .Joseph Oppenhelmer; A. <'. Klellng and .lane Doe Kieling. hus band and wife; Kills Klellng and Jan>- Doe Klellng, husband and wife; Cal vin Kieling and Jane ])nc Klellng, husband and wife; Anna .1. Glover and Richard Roe Clover, wife an.l husband; H. C. Mottern and Jane Doe Moltern, husband and wife; L. J. Blrn and Marffretha Btrn, husband anil wife; John A. Peacock and Jane Doe Peacock, husband and wife; Thomas 1 Sowers; James A. Raflis and Jane Doe Kaftis, husband and wife; Ell li. Moore and Jane Doe Moore, husband and wife; .1. I*. LaVlfftie and Itosella Lavlgne, husband and wife; Joseph Lever; August Lever; A. P. Strobe and .Fane Doe Strobe, husband and wife; Union Hi km School district No. 2; J. W. McPherson; E. M. Lee; G. N. Hunker; John Huthven; J. D. Done; (). J. Kelly; J. T. Hunslker; Leona ESliiott; W. F. Diffenbacher; also the unknown heirs of Hoblna Klellng, de ceased; the unknown heirs of Mary J. Jarviß, deceased; the unknown heir* of George lOsvcldt, deceaHed; the un known heirs of Gertrude Nllssbaum, deceased! and all persons or parties unknown having or claiming to have any right, title, estate, lien or in terest in the real estate described In the complaint herein, defenriafWs. be ing No. 677(1, and to me as sheriff di rected and delivered. Notice is hereby given that T will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash within the hours prescribed by law for sheriffs sale, towit, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. on Die sth day of March, 1921. before the court house door of said county. In said city of Colville, In the state of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the. said defendants here inafter named in and to the property hereinafter described and owned In said defendants, the said property having been levied on as the property of the defendants named as the own ers thereof, to satisfy the judgment in the amount hereinafter mentioned. together with costs, increased costs, interest, increased interest and five per centum in addition as required by law. said judgment being In favor of the plaintiffs and against each of the de fendants and the property hereinafter described* W. H. Stiles nnd Clara N. Stiles, husband and wife, property to be sold, east half lot 4 and lots 5 and G In block DD. Chewelah addition to Che welah; amount of Judgment 1863.60. Joseph Oppenhelmer and A. <'. Kiel- Ing and Jane Doe Klellng, husband and wife, Kllis Kieling and Jane Doe Kleling, husband and wife, and Cal vin Kieling and Jane Doe Kleling. husband and wife; property to he sold, lots in, 11 and 11, block DD, chcwelah addition to Chewelah: amount of Judgment $191.-12. Anna J. Glover and Richard Roe ("■lover, wife and husband; property to be sold, lots 1. 2 and 3. block 11. Chewelah addition to Chewelah, amount of Judgment $384.13. 11. S. Spedden and Daisy L Sped den, husband and wife; properly to be sold, lotx 4, 5 and i;, block ss. Chewelah addition to Chewelah: amount of Judgment $73.52. 11. S. Spedden and Daisy 1,. Sped den, husband anil wife; property to be sold, west ten feet of lot 7 and lots 8, 9 and 10, block TT, Chewelah ad dition to Chewelah: amount of Judg i,,, nt HBT.TJ. Town ">f Ohowelah nnd Kit U. U and Jam Doe Mi">i>\ husband and wife; property to bo Moid, tract a. Chcwelah addition to I'hewciah; amount of judgment $152.87. p N, Jaivis and Mnry .!. Jarvis, in, band and wife; property lo be mid, lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5 and (, I.lock TT. Chi welah addition to Chewelah; amount of judgment $1730.25. The unknown heirs of Gertrude \-i --iinitiii. deceased; property to bo gold, lots i and 4. block 7 of Kipling's addition to the town of Chewclah; ;,,,, jut of judgment IS4S.It. i. .) pirn and Ha-rgretha Him, hus baml and wile; property to bo sold. ),,t 3 In block .r>, WlltS's First addition t,i the town of Chewelah; amount of ludement $171.21. I tmei A. Raftli and .Tano Doe Rnf tis. husband and wife: property to be Bold, lots 5 and 0, block 3. Willis's [<'lr»l addition to the town of chewc lah amount of Judgment $r>t>6.oo. Given under my hand this 3d day ( ,f I'ihriiary. 1931. W. H. GRAHAM. Shprlff, By I>. F. Ham. Deputy. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR TELEPHONE FRANCHISE. To ull whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given that the Walk ers Prairie Telephone Company has Hid a petition for a franchise for a telephone line along, over and across the Lapray county road from the south town limits of the town of Sprlngdale, to the town of Ford, Washington, and that the board of county commissioners hai set a hearing on the same, for March 11. 18S1, at 10:30 a. m., at the commissioners' room in the court house in Colville, Washington, at which time and lilac 1'- any person or persons hav im 1 any objections to offer to the grant ing of said franchise, shall appear and offer their objections thereto. Dated at Colville, Washington, this liltb day of Feburary, 1921. WILL, C. SPEDDEN. County Auditor. First publication, February 17, 1921. Last, March 3, 1921. NOTICE OF CAM. FOR BIDS FOR COUNTY PRINTING CONTRACT. Notice is hereby given that the board of county commissioners of Stevens county. Washington, will receive sealed hids for the county printing contract for the year beginning July 1, 1921, for the publication of the auditors an nual report, the proceedings of the noitrd of equalization, a summary of the proceedings of the board of county commissioners, and of all legal notices required to be published by any officer c,f the county, and of all advertising required to be done by the county. Ml uf the above described printing to I c done in solid nonparlel type. \ certified check for fifty dollars must accompany each bid and the sue , -1,1 bidder will be required t.O give i for the faithful performance of the contract. Each I'idder must furnish a sworn statement of the number of bona fide Bubscribers to Ins paper. BidH to be opened at the commis sion, rs' room in the court house in Col vtlle, on Tuesday, April 5, 1921, at ten o'clock a. m. , The board reserves the right to re lect any and all bids. ' Dated at Colville, Washington, this lfith day of Feburary. 1921. WILL C. SPEDDEN. County Auditor. First publication, February 17, 1921. Last. March 17. 1921. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL COUNTY PROPERTY. To all whom it may concern: Notice Is hereby given that the board of county commissioners of Stevens county, Washington, having unanim ously decided to seil the old wooden bridge, across the Colville river on the old Columbia river road, near the quar ter section corner of sections thirty flve -rid thirty-six, township thirty-six, north, range thirty-seven, east of the Willamette meridian, the same having been condemned by the board upon the recommendation of the county engin eei and that a hearing has been set for the same for March 19, 1921 at 1 o'clock p m at the commissioners room in the court house in Colville. We hington, at which time and place any pewon or persons having any ob jections to offer to the selling of said bridge shall appear at said time ana place and offer their objections thereto. Dated at Colville, Washington, this loth day of Feburary. 1921. WILL C. SPEDDEN. County Auditor. First publication, February 17, 1921. Last, March 17. 1921. CAl.Ii for nms for one hundred CORDS OF WOOD. The board of county commissioners of Stevens county, Washington, will receive sealed bids for furnishing the county court house and Jail one hun- Ired (ion) cords of green cut. seasoned sir and tamarack four-foot, body wood. Said wood to be delivered on the court house grounds as follows, towit: \t least fifty cords to be delivered on ■>,■ before November 1, 1921, and the balance of fifty cords to be delivered before February 1, 1922. Each bid must he accompanied by a certified check for at least ten per cent of the total amount of the hid. The successful bidder will be required to enter into contract with the board and ■ ive good and sufficient bond VST the faithful performance of the same. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. All bids should be addressed to the county auditor and be marked Bid for Wood." Bids will be received at any time up to and including March 11. 1921, at 10-311 v. m., at which time said bids will >-c opened by the board of county commissioners at their room in the COS? o?df? i ofC?he l1board of county '■"SCrf'Thi"' lfith day of February. 1921 WILL C. SPEDDEN. County Auditor. First publication, February 17. 1921. Last" March 10. 1921. BSTRAY NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that John Raber on the Ist day of December, 1920, took up and now keeps at his place near AdOne fitly; "rige, 'two: color, brown; brands W on loft shoulder: ear marks, none: other identification marks, none. And said estray will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the place kent as above specified, on the Ist dny of March, 1921, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, unlesH the owner thereof or his legal representative shall appear prior to that time and make out hIR title, and pay all chargesjyjftlnst said estray. Date of "first publication of this notice i s February 17, 1921. W11..1. C. SPEDDEN. Auditor of Stevens County. Last publication. February 24, 1921. ESTIIAY NOTICE. Notice Is herel>y Riven that Jacob Thoni on the 20th day of November, 1920. took up and now keeps at his rnnch about one and one-hair miles northwest of Addy, Washington: Steer calf: ace, one year: color ai'ni. lem^ ea O K no. bt P"Sor three: color. o'Jhe^ rn^catro nn e; m aar r ksmawh?ten^o e t OnAnd re «aid d P Btrav 8 will be .old to the highest bidder for cash, at the place kept as above specified, on the Ist day of March, 1921, at the hour oj 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. unless the owner thereof or his legal representative shall appear prior to that time and make out his title, and nay all charges against said estrays. Date of first publication of this notice 18 „ , Auditor of Stevens County. Last publication. February 24, 1921. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION %ll HESTUICTKD LIVESTOCK DISTRICT. To all whom It may concern: ho fe %e hnMe elUa^ $«? RAILROADS CLAIM LABOR COSTS ARE TOO HIGH "The entire country, Its consumers. Its fiirtnera, Its workmen, ami even the railway employees QIMIIMiVH nrp dl rertly Interested with the rullronils In ratting down rnllway operating ex penses." This Is the keynote of the case pre sented hy the rnllromls to the United Stiites Knllrond I-tibor Board, now In session in Chicago, The railroad! have submitted evi dence to the bonrd to show why the National Agreements affecting railway shop labor should be abrognted, be lieving that this Is a vitally Important step In the process of reducing op erating expenses. This step Is not only necpssnry to insure adequate enrnlng power to the railroads, but will make possible an ultimate reduction In rates. The agreements were made by the Railrond Administration Just before the end of Federal control. The sum totnl of the rules nnd working condi tions provided by the National Agree ments have Incrensed the operating expenses of the niilronds by hundreds of millions, nnd have decreased the efficiency and output of the employees In other ways resulting In losses which cannot be calculated In dollars and cents. For several weeks the railroads have been multiplying instances of the absurd and extravagant results of the labor rules fastened upon them by the National Agreements. In one case cited before the hoard a machinist w;>s paid 16% hours' wages for work all performed within eight hours. This case Illustrated the effect of the rule that for each "call" the worker Is to he paid five hours' wages even If he works only ten minutes. The case of a car repairer on the Vlrfrlntan Railway, who was recently paid nver $1.00(1 for services which were never rendered, and In addition the Mine amount of overtime as was lunile by his yiuif,', was another exam ple In connection with the rule that none but median leg or apprentices slinll do mechanics' work, the follow ing was cited to Indicate Its unfair ness : Five Hours' Pay for 30 Minutes' Work "The El Paso & South western nail road recently had an engine set out at Douglas, and about the time It wns ready co go to Its train it developed tlint ii window Hunt was broken in the fab. It was necessary for the foreman to call a carpenter to do the work that he could have performed himself In a few minutes. The train was delayed one hour and 30 minutes, and the em ployee called to do the work was patd five hours for work requiring 30 min utes." CATARRIIAL DEAFNESS CANNOT ME CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure ca tarrha.l deafness, and that is by a con stitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deaf ness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the eustacian tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result. Unless the in flammation can be reduced, and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, which is an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case oT Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Med icine. Circulars free. All druggists, 75c. V T PHHNRT <• CO Toledo O east of the Willamette meridian, ask ing that said territory be organized as it restricted live stock district, and that said board has set a hearing for the same for March 11, 1921, at 2:30 p. m., at the commissioners' room in the court house in Colville, Washington, at whlcn time and place any person or persons having any objections to offer to the granting of said petition and the cre ation of said district shall appear and uffor their objections thereto. Dated at Colville. Washington, this 10th day of February, 1921. WILL C. SPEDDEN. County Auditor. First publication, February 17, 1921. Last. March 10. 1921. ESTHAY NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Robert Rumser on the 21st day of January, 1921, took up and now keeps at his farm one mile cast of Evans, Washing ton: One mare; age, ten or eleven; color, sorrel; brands, none; ear marks, none; other identification marks, white hind feet, white strip .in face. One colt: age. nine months; color, hay. brands, none; ear marks, none; other Identification marks, white strip in face. And said estravs will be sold to the highest l.idder for cash, at the place kept, as above specified, on the 2d day of March, 1921, at the hour of 10:30 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 estrays. Date of first publication of this notice Is February 17, 1921. WILL C. SPEDDEN. Auditor of Stevens County. Last publication. February 24, 1921. NOTICE OK WATRII HKillT APPLICATION state of Washington, Office of Hy flrnnlio Knprinoer, Olympto. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby privnn that Charles v. idiKfrs, of dhewelah, county of Stevens, state of YVrt:;hinklon, unit-r rtntf of September 2(1. H2O. flic rt with tb" state hydraulir enKipoer. Olympia. Washington, nn application for a pel mlt to divert the publin water* of Sherwood creek, tribulaiy of Coivlile river, in nn nmoiint of 0.1 second foot, subject to exlutlnff riehts. con tinuously each year, for the purpose of domestic use. That the approximate point nf di version Is located In NW'i of SE'i of section 19. township 32 N., rannre It K. W. M. A map showing- the location and dimensiops of sn'd cannl. and the place of the proposed diver sion and use is on tile in the office of the state hydraulic engineer, Olympia, Washington, together with such other information as is required by law. Any person, linn or corporation whose riKht will bi^ injuriously affect ed by the said application may file with the state hydraulic engineer, at Olympia. Washington, such objections or representations, in writing, as he may oeslre to make, within thirty (30) days after date of publication. Witness my hand and official seal this 18th day of February, a. n.. 1921. 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