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A weekly summary of events of In terest to Kettle Falls and the Upper Columbia River Valley, the garden SDot of the Kreat northwest. Mrs. Myrtie Fish. Representative Kettle Falls Kettle Falls News The reporter was misinformed in regard to the statement that Geo. Thomas of Meyers Falls had moved into the Harry Bowen house in Blue town in last week's issue. The Stradly family formerly of Marcus are oc cupying the house. Mrs. Geo. E. Fish and little daugh ter Shirley of Northport were guests of her sister Mrs. Alexander Hamil ton several days this week. Clint Steward, who has been under treatment at the Mayo Bros, hospital at Rochester, Minn, for several months, returned to Kettle Falls Tuesday much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kelley of Spokane spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Kettle Kails and vicinity. Miss Viva Llewellyn and Hcmy Nelson motored from Spokane last Saturday to visit Miss Viva's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Llewellyn. They returned to Spokane Sunday accom panied by Mrs. Llewellyn. Ruie Campbell was operated on for appendicitis and had her tonsils removed at the Goss hospital, Mar cus, Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clous Heide enter tained Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kelley and Rowland Kelley at dinner last Thurs day evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Briscoe of Meyers Falls entertained their many friends in Kettle Falls at cards last Satur day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Prizes were won by Mrs. J. C. Wilson and Mrs. .1. M. Williams and Messrs. N. B. Wheeler and J. M. Williams. A three course oyster supper was served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson, J. M. Williams, J. B. Robert son, E. J. Kelley, G. H. Bevan, C. R. Fish/E. K. Jacobs, N. B. Wheel er, C. A. Heath, W. G. Welch, Mrs. Oscar Wieglow, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zapel of Marcus. A social was held by the Presby terian Aid at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clous Heide Tuesday evening. A business meeting and pie social was held at the Baptist church Tues day evening. At the Presbyterian church March 6th, Rev. Geo. Kline, district elder of the Free Methodist church, will preach and hold union celebration of communion service. A very cordial invitation is extended to all. Attorney and Mrs. Grinstead and Mrs. O. W. Noble of Colville were in town Saturday. Horace Bray motored from town to the Byrd ranch. Mrs. E. J. Kelley entertained the Monday club at cards Monday af ternoon. The decorations were pa triotic in favor of Washington's birthday. 500 was played, Mrs. G. H. Bevan and Mrs. J. M. Williams winning the prizes. A delicious two course luncheon was served. Mrs. Oscar Wieglow was the honor guest. Pleasant Valley Items Furnished by Pupils of the Pleasant Valley School Mr .and Mrs. D. Williams and little grandson called at the S. M. Aber nathy home on Saturday. A number of the pupils have been absent - f rom school on account of sickness. Dr. Goetter was summoned to the J. F. Cuthbertson home Sunday on account of-the illness of Mrs. Cuthbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bray of Kettle Falls are visiting at the F. B. Byrd home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Abemathy returned to their home near Gann Valley, South Dokota, last week after a month's visit with relatives. Mrs. J. M. Dougan and Miss Edith FORSALE Blue Valve Cream Separator in good condition. Berkshire brood sow. 2-year old % Durham heifer with calf. CLINT STEWARD Kettle Falls, Wash. WHEN BETTER REPAIRING IS DONE FOR LESS MONEY "BILL" EKLUND OF RICE WILL DO IT. Auto repairing, gasoline engine re pairing. Oxy-Acetylene welding I invite you to call and let me figure on your work. Prices will be reasonable for all work. I. W. EKLUND. RICE Lee both of Mingo Mountain were guests at the J. L. Garner home Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wilkes were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Wilkes of Arzina Sunday. Marion Cranston, who is seriously ill, was taken to the doctor last week. Krroll Goakcy, who has been sick with bronchitis, went to see Dr. Goss of Marcus Monday. An oyster supper was given at grange last meeting which was much enjoyed by all present. Candidates for Quillisascut grange last meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, and Mrs. Ross man for third and fourth degrees and Anna Xiccolls and Opal Connor for first and second degrees. Mrs. John Byrd and children are very ill with the whooping cough. The proceeds from the dance amounted to $40, leaving $23 for the benefit of the grange after expenses were paid. The t A Chronicle of £ riaicv - Eventa by our : | c •y Z Local Corr«- 3 enterprise z pondent Mrs. Ruel Martin returned to her home in Hunters last Saturday after several days visit with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Richard son and other relatives. Dr. R. D. Mcßea of Hunters was called to see Mrs. L. M. Smith of the Daisy Hotel the first of the week. Geo. Kres of Meteor spent several days here last week visiting with his mother. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clinton on February 11. Mrs. Clinton is in Colville. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Corey transact ed business in Colville Saturday last. L. M. Smith, C. L. Summers and several others have harvested a crop of ice, getting it from Murphy's pond in Edendale. Word was received here last week that Jas. A. Burrows, a former resi dent of this place, dropped dead on the street in Seattle February 11. S. J. Kilgore, who has been living on the south half the past year, was here Saturday making arrangements to return to his place in Daisy in the near future. I). A. Setzer invoiced the stock of general merchandise of O. J. Hollis at Inchelium last week. C. M. Largent and son of the south half were here on Monday. The Sunday school board met last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. L. Sackett. All departments report ed the work In a flourishing condi tion, the enrollment having reached 106, and during the recent epidemic of colds the attendance has been ex cellent, yet there is always room for a few more. Rev. J. K. Mumua of the Free Methodist church went to Emidia, Idaho, the first of the week to con duct revival meetings. Miss Ann Crawford entertained a number of her friends at a party last Wednesday evening. Elmer Smith and family have mov ed from the Bailey place to the H. B. Thew place northeast of town. Mrs. Lovie Burke and children are expected soon from Ontario, Oregon. During their absence from here a baby girl came to their home. Rev. Mumau held services at Pleasant Valley Sunday. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. L. L. Sackett. R. T. and Elmer Smith of the Daisy garage were Colville business callers Wednesday. Albert Mumau went to Spokane on Monday. Herman Keyser of Kettle Falls was a visitor in town for a short while Tuesday. Mrs. Kugenia Dockman went to Spokane Wednesday on a business trip. Mrs. Francis Ball Surig of Aladdin is here visiting her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Richardson and other relatives and friends. A party was given in the high school room Tuesday evening in honor of Washington's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Compton transacted business in Colville on Wednesday. A number of our young people attended the dance given by the Rebekah lodge on Tuesday night at Clifford. ' Ralph Stewart was in Colville on business Wednesday. The News of Greenwood Mrs. E. R. Lynn and little ones spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F. Gordon. Leona Leithead visited with her aunt Mrs. E. A. Leithead on Wed nesday. E. R. Lynn and family and Carl Ogle were .shopping in Colville Wed nesday. Mrs. E. H. Walston believes there is nothing like being in style so she had her teeth extracted one day last week. Mrs. G. C. Walston and little ones The Colville Examiner, Saturday, February 26, 1921 Visited with Mrs. Ray E. Walston Wednesday. Mrs. F. C. Cordon spent Thursday afternoon with Lenora Leithead. W. C. Leithead is wearing a big smile now that he is grandpa. A son was born to MV. and Mrs. F. N. leithead at Mt. Carmel hospital Feb. 17th. A few of the musical eastenders gathered at Cresco ranch Saturday evening. Oscar Pratt and family and Mrs. S. L. Underwood and little daughter of the Red school house district spent Sunday with John Olson. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gordon Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. F. Gordon Jr. were dinner gueata at Cresco ranch Sun day. Mrs. McGaughey has returned to the Elms from Rice where she has been mining. J. W. Brown called on Ray Jones Sunday. J. Sellc of Northport came down to Evergreen ranch for a visit with his daughter Mrs. A. Wright. E. R. Lynn and family motored over to Meyers Falls Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bender were visiting in Meyers Falls Sunday. Bert Curry is helping A. Wright put up a new barn. L. L. Harlow and family spent Sunday at the Dave Gulp home in Echo Valley. Bert Curry called at Cresco ranch Sunday afternoon. You all know that's where the school teacher boards. Mrs. K. R. Lynn and little ones and Mrs. E. A. Leithcad were callers at Edgewood ranch Monday. S. A. Lynn and A. Wright were shopping in Meyers Falls Tuesday. J. C. Lynn butchered two 6 months old Berkshire hogs Tuesday which dressed 122 and 181 lbs. Can you beat it? As the result of a spelling con test at school the higher grades were beaten by the lower grades by 1%. The losers had to treat the winners, so Tuesday they treated with candy which they made at school. Summit Valley News Miss Nathalie Noble, Representative Mrs. Clara Miller arrived from Indiana Tuesday to see her father William Saber, who is seriously ill. The grange pie social Saturday evening was a success socially and financially. A short program was given consisting of recitations by Albert Forslund and Sam Irvine, a trilogy of humorous stories by Mrs. Many Noble, recitation by Katherine Huhura, song "Let the Rest of the World Go By" Gertrude and Florence Graham, County Agent Plumb gave a talk about potatoes, Nathalie Noble sang "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard." Then A. M. Sleasing officiated as auctioneer and sold twenty-five dollars worth of pies in a few minutes. The crowd dispersed about midnight. Miss Izora Bennett, who is atten ding school in Colville, came homo Friday to spend the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goff visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brooks Sunday. The Johnson lumber company is buying pine logs at $7 a thousand. Superintendent Cumminga visited Summit school Friday afternoon. When coming up the state road from Addy, a large car, running at terri fic speed crashed into his car break ing it so badly that he was compelled to return to Addy for repairs. Mrs. Mabel Saffel returned to her school at Stranger creek Sunday. Her husband is recovering nicely from an operation for appendicitis. Meyers | KeponiDli tiie Falls - events about > Chronicle f lown ? S ! Mrs. A. L SwaiiMin. Representative Chas. Keller and Nelo Harvey re turned from a trip to Kansas City with several carloads of apples. They found very little snow in Kan sas City, but the wind sure did blow. They found conditions there about the same as in the west; idle men, and business slow. Mr. Keller told about the way they have wagon and railroad bridges built there, they being double-deckers with the rail road tracks going underneath, and the railroads entering the stations underground. Both gentlemen think that the west is not so bad Mr. Gerking was paying $1.36 for wheat last week. He shipped a carload Monday to Martin's mill at Cheney. The community ladies' aid met at the home of Mrs. A. Kerncor last Tuesday and the buying committee brought their new goods for dis play. The afternoon was spent in social time instead of work. The next business and social will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Tedder on March 3. Last Thursday evening Rev. Prieh ard of the Spokane Plymouth Con gregational church preached in the church here. The following mem bers were elected trustees: Mrs. A. Branigan, Mrs.. Maud Bender and Mrs. J. B. Miller. Friday evening both rooms at the school joined in a program, which was enjoyed by all who attended. Owing to sickneSs and the bad Weather a large crowd was not pres ent. The program was well render ed by the pupils, wilh an indication that we have efficient instructors in our school. Mr-. Welty has been in Spokane taking treatment, but returned home last week, accompained by her daugh ter Lillian, who was with her for a few days. Mrs. Wclty has been ill most of the winter. Sunday was a fine day overhead, but the walking in some places was not very good. But at Sunday school we found 48 in attendance. Two member* put in their pennies. Mrs. Vein Swartout was elected secre tary as Mrs. E. E. Ensor resigned. Better come to Sunday school next Sunday, and don't forget your Bible verse. On Monday, Feb. 21, Henry Hughes and J. Richardson, Mrs. A. L. Swan son attended the Farm bureau meet ing in Colville, and enjoyed Mr. Pollock's talk very much. The two gentlemen stayed for the banquet. They derived many good helps. Oh, how the snow did come Wed nesday afternoon. Now it is melt ing as fast as it came. It will not be lung before we have the green fields again which will be welcomed by all. News from Church and Garrison Flats Mrs. James MenMuir. Representative Miss Alice DeGrcif left for Spo kane Sunday to remain indefinitely. Miss Rita Davis is able to be at school again after a week's absence on account of sickness. A surprise party was given Miss Mattie MenMuir Last Thursday by the following: Mcsdamev C. Spicer, Waldo, Meyers, Ha/.chvood, Hanson, Kennedy, Meyers, Lula Spicer, New land :ind MenMuir. Miss MenMuir expects to return to her home in Indiana soon. James O'Neill is able to be out again after a few days illness. He intends having his tonsils removed this week. Louis DeGreif has returned from a few weeks visit with his sister Mrs. Haiiey Champ of Spokane. Ralph Davis is still confined at home on account of sickness, the mumps having got the best of him. O. E. Whitney has been busy at the pole yards most of the time. Quite a lot of poles were hauled in from the mountains this winter but hauling is not so good now since the thaw. Clarence MenMuir has returned from Pullman where he finished the first semester at W. S. C. Mrs. Newland has arrived from Oroville to remain with her husband. They are living on the old Crandel] place until they get possession of the Kiester ranch which they have rented. Mr. and Mrs. James Chase visited Sunday with their daughter Mrs. Kenneth McPhail and family. West Side, Addy Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rollins and Peter Amacher were Sunday guests at the Buchholtz home. Miss Doris Lawrence has been quite sick since Friday. Dr. Reich was called put Tuesday to see her. Jacob Thoni Jr. came out from Spokane Sunday to visit his father. Mr. Thayer accompanied him to spend a few days. Emil Thoni has been very sick for several days with a severe cold. Mrs. R. Fisher and Mrs. Lloyd Kemmerer entertained a number of friends at a dancing party Tuesday evening. Miss Elizabeth Nicholson and Miss Margaret Thoni came out from Spokane Sunday to spend a week end at the Emil Thoni home. Miss Kate Michel visited Mrs. Brickson Monday. Mr. Wooleschlager was out from Spokane last week looking after his farm west of the school house. The Marble Valley Sunday school gave an entertainment Saturday eve ning, clearing twenty-six dollars. The local grange has taken in sev eral new members recently. Misses Voila and Elnora Buchholtz, Marzela, Teepel and Casper Brickson were initiated last Wednesday night. Superintendent Cummings visited the Twelve Mile and the West Side schools last Thursday. S. L. Dearinger went to Colville Sunday to see his son Oliver, who is very low at the hospital. Misses Thoni and Nicholson visited school Tuesday. A friend of the deceased was call ing on the widow, and during the conversation he asked her: "Did Frank leave you much?" Did he leave me much?" she re peated, "yes, nearly every night!" T5/ie AMERICAN fUiGIOIte (Copy foi This Ltepailnipni Supplied b)r the American Legion News Service.) VETERANS' WAR MEMORIAL Fighting Men of Three Wars Identified With Home Erected in Hoquiam, Washington. With the recent completion of the American Veterans' building, a war memorial to fighting men of all Ameri can wars, the city of Hwiulam, Wash., has added to its architectural attrac tions a well-constructed and artistic edifice. Tlie erection of the home was made posslhle by the activities of member! of the American Legion, United Spanish Wnr Veterans and Grand Army Of the Republic. The building Is a three-story struc ture, in the downtown district. The ground floor will be occupied by a fillip! ifflf^l Veterans' Building at Hoqulam, Wash. bank and on the other floors are a large rest room, a lodge and bull-room nnd a ladles' rest room. Among the speakers at the formal dedication of the memorial whs Robert A. LeKoux, field organizer of national headquarters of the Legion. LEGION MEMBERS AID POLICE Former Service Men In Various Cities Lend Assistance in Combating Crime Wave. In conformity with the stand for law and order which the Amerienn Legion tnkes, thousands of Leglon iinires are assisting the police In com bating the crime wave, which has menaced life and property In larger cities nil over the country, according to reports received at Legion nntional headquarters. New York department headquarters promptly.offered to put 5.000 veterans on the streets to assist the police when the orgy of murder and robbery was at Its height, whilo during the Chrlst mns senson a number of Legion in em bers aided In eliminating holdups In the shopping district by serving as guards In large retail stores and wholesale houses. Five hundred St. Louis Legionnaires assisted the police in patrollng the city and rounding up suspicious char ncters. At St. Paul, Minn., the serv ices of Legion members were volun teered in the formation of a series of network patrols. Legion lenders explained that their organization In volunteering the serv ices of Its members for maintaining law and order did not Imply that the police were inefllclent, but that there was recognition that an abnormal situ ation existed under which the Legion was pledged to act if It wished to live up to the principles of Its constitution. IS LEADER IN AMERICANISM Philip R. Bangs of Grand Forks, N. D., Also Vice Commander of His State Department. One of the leaders In Americanism !n the Northwest Is Philip It. Bungs of Grand Forks, N. D., who was elected vice eotn mander of the North Dakota de partment of the American Legion. As a doughboy and a scout In the Intelligence sec tion of the Thlr y-flfth division, Mr. Bangs served overseas. He was wounded by shell lire In Die right shoulder during the A rgonne-Jleuse offensive. Mr. Bangs was adjutant of the Le gion post vi Grand Forks, state chair man of the Americanism committee, and a member of the national Ameri canism commission of the Legion. A graduate of the law department of the University of North Dakota, Mr. Bangs Is now engaged In the practice of law 1« Grand Forks. Proposed Oregon Law. The oplUm of a $2,000 farm or home loan or cash compensation at the rate of $15 a month of service for Oregon veterans of the World war will be granted, If a bill sponsored by the Legion In the Htute legislature U passed. I AMUSEMENTS I AT COLVILLE THEATER H. D. Williams. Manager Every Night 7:30 to 10:30 Continuous Motion Pictures Report of tno financial condition of the BANK OF COLVILLE at Colville. State of Washington, at the close of business on the 21st day of February 1921.. RESOURCES Loans and discounts 681.820.4* Lru notes-bills 44.064 90 637.665.52 Overdrafts 1.365.1* U. S. bonds. Certificates of Indebtedness, War Savings and Thrift Stamps 11.860.00 Other bonds and warrants 63.039.67 Banking house 25.970.00 Less Incumbranco. .none 26.9"0.00 Other real estate owned 19.934.01 Less incumbrance 8.000.C0 11.934.01 Furniture and fixtures 6.235.00 Cash on hand, clearing house items, and duo from approved reserve afrenta... 92.907.94 Outside checks and other cash items 3,289.86 Due from banks not approved reserve agents 1.406.87 Deposit with Guaranty fund board ...... 3.842.01 Total J860.894.6S LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $100,000.00 Surplus fund 20.000.00 Undivided profits 4.186.77 Amount reserved for taxes 4.986.C0 Demand deposits 36«.578.87 Time deposits 307.544.89 Bills payable 57.000.00 Total $860,894.63 Notes and bills rediscounted 44 054 90 State of Washington. County of Stevens, sa: I. C. L. Baker. Cashier of the above named liank. do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowled«n and bt lief. C. L. BAKER. Cashier. Oonecl-Attcst: G. W. Peddycord H. T. WENTZ Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me thisZlth day of Feb. 1921. H. WADE BAILEY Nolaiy public in and for the statu of Washing ton, residing at Colville. Wash. ks'l'ii A v NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Mrs. O. Denney on the Ist day of January, 1921. look up and now keeps at her place across the river from Marble, Wash iii^lon: une horse; age, 16; color, white; brands, none; ear"" marks, none; other Identification marks, none. And said estray will 'be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the place kept, us above specified, on the 6th day of March. 1921, at the hour of 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, un less the owner thereof or his legal rep resentative shall appear prior to that time and make out his title, and pay all charges against said estray. Date of first publication of this notice is February 24, 11)21. WILL C. SPEDDEN. Auditor of Stevens County. Last publication. March 8, 1921. K.STH A V NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that J. H. Ib sen on the $" day of February, 1921, took up and now keeps at his place near Kettle Falls. Washington: Une cow; age, S to 10; color, brown; brands, invisible on right hip; ear marks. V in right oar; other identifica tion murks, little white under belly. .Anil said estray will be sold to th« highest bidder for cash, at the place kept, as above specified, on the nth day of March. 11121, at he hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, un less the owner thereof or his legal rep resentative shall appear prior to that time and lr.ake out his title, and pay all charges against said estray. Date of first publication of this notice is February 24. 1921, WILL C. SPEDDEN, Auditor of Stevens County: Last publication, March 3, 1921. ESTRAY NOTICE!. Notice is hereby given that L. C. Melcher on the 20th day of January, 1821, toote up and now keeps at his place near Colvllle, Washington: One gelding; age 6, color, gray; brands, flt on right shoulder; ear marks. *"none; other identification marks, weight 900 pounds. And said estray will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the place kept, as above specified, on the 4th day (if March, 1921, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, un less the owner thereof or his legal rep resentative shall appear prior to that lime and make out his title, and pay all charges against said estray. Date of first publication of this notice is February 24. 11121. WILL C. SPBDDEN. Auditor of Stevens County. Last publication, March 8, 1921. BSTRAY NOTICE!. Notice is hereby given that K. B. Deahler on the 2d day of February, 1811, look up ami now Keeps at Echo, Washington. One Illiy; age. 2- color, black; brands. none; car nnrks, none; other identifi cation marks, nrne. And snid estray will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the place Kept, as above specified, on the 4th day •.if March. 1921, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, un less the owner thereof or his legal rep -11 s.ntative shall appear prior to that lime- and make out bis title, and pay all charges against said estray. Date of first publication of this notice In February 24. 1921, WILL C. SPEDDEN. Auditor of Stevens County. 1..-«.-: t publication, Marob 3, 1811. ESTRAY NOTICES. Notice is hereby Riven that Andrew Knustrom on the 28th day of December, 19M, took up nnd now keeps at his place in Daisy, Washington: One heifer calf; age, about 10 months; color, black; brands, none; ear marks, ii"ne: other identification marks, none. And said .■stray will be sold to th» highest bidder for cash, at the place kept, us rtbove .specified, on the Ith day of Marob. 1 t»ai. at the hour of 10 o clock In the forenoon of said day, un less tlie owner thereof or his legal rep resentative shall appear prior to that time and make out bis title, and pay all oharaei against said estray. Dole of first publication of this notice is Pehrimry 24 1921 WILL C. SPEDDEN. Auditor of Stevens County. Last publication, March 3, 11)21. < vr tuiiil \|, imaiwiss CANNOT Hi; CUIIKIJ by local applications, as they cannot I'Hacn ih' 1 diseased portion of the ear. Then 1.4 imly one way to cure ca tari'hul ili-nfneßß, and that ia by a con stitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deaf ness l» caused by an Inflamed condition of Un muoom lining of the cuataclan lube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a mmblins sound or imperfect lieanns mid when It Is entirely closed Deafness is the result Unless the in fl.-iiiimution can be reduced, and this tube restored to its normal condition, hem-Ins will be destroyed forever. Many cuses of deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Hall's fatarrh Medicine acta through the blood on the mucoua aurfaces of the We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cane of Catarrhal Deafneaa that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Med 7Bc? c' Clrcular» tree. All drußjjrlata, F. J. CHBNKT * CO., Tol»d«, O.