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!THE LEGAL NEWS J Advertisement. I SUMMONS In the superior court of the state of Washington, in and for Stevens coun " The F. W. Anderson Mortgage & Investment Co. Inc., a corporation, vs. Martin (Jrenny and K. M. Irish and .lane Doe Irish, his wife; l.ibhy Kully, ivail Morcuson, Qrover Irish, William Irish, Mamie Irish, Lester Irish. Ted Irish. Mabel Irish. Klvira Irish, and i;. M. Irish as guardian of the otate of l.eater Irish. Ted Irish, Mabel liish, and Lllvira Irish, minors, and drover Irish, incompetent. Stute ol' Washington to Llbby Kelly and William Irish, dofendants. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (DO) days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, towit, within sixty (CO) days after the 28th day of May, 1921, and defend the above entitled action PURE DRUGS Stenger-Gleason DRUG COMPANY Colville, Wash. ATTENTION Mr. Auto Owner We are now ready to take care of all the troubles nl tires and tube*. GIVE US A CHANCE GUARANTEED VULCANIZING The Modern Tire Shop 252 S. Main St. Colville Cull 74. Colvllle 11. ■m-.iii.-liliiK Shop fur Splri-llii Coraetlen Service. Residence calls made by appointment. Five years experience and tine year in Spokane training claws. If you have a Spircila that oeedl adjusting or remodeling, brin^ 1 it to me. 1., llutton. Rickey 1110.-k. Colville GET THE SQUIRREL STRYCHNINE POISONED WHEAT PHOSPHORUS 81-SULPHIDE OF CARBON THE ABOVE KILLS 'EM QUICK Carroll's Pharmacy COLVILLE, WASHINGTON WELDING of all kinds SYCLE GRINDING FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP ALL WORK GUARANTEED I Colville Weld and Repair Shop North Main Colville 30x3^ Standard Non-Skid Tire M^?v^^mj|k flß^m BBBWRi 5-*"='<' ■'i ■ newlowprice ■! L-^»^^ 1^" lPwfl !MM 'S '"ac^e P°Bs't)le *tf "PCi^JII^ £^ A <Mn fa X ' *'V-<H by strictest econ </ (^^^^\\ A\A m^. ' "'' •* » '■ i OI"1' 1' ■"' special- Q'*£/ \\\ \\ M^ ' IWM ~*m I* jl^* J wed production. %/AjKI \\ I i'-'*ff'^ erected for the sole iN^^EJJ \ 1 I BB *VL JHh purpose of making S ?jHB|l I 1 >« ' 3Ox3j-j-inch Non / 3^^B i I * MMl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^B^^^^^^^^^^HHßM Skid fabric tires. 1^ yVfl ! IS With a daily ca- Nfei I I I pacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pro \}^ffgw\ fl' I duction on a quantity basis. /// / I material* used are the beil obtainable. The quality is uniform. rl" <%«ri\ 111 If Iff It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price. V^M/Jll Firestone Cord Tires jQl*/i'7wmh m «<^Mf Tire repairmen, who judge values best, class these tires as having the Tv^r^sH)ilir sturdiest carcass made, f-'orty-^evrn high-grade car manufacturers use N^L^-V*Pli' them as standard equipment. They ere the quality choice of cord users. 30x3^-inch Cord - - New Price $24.50 32x4 " " - - " " 46.30 34x4H " " - - " " 54.90 Keller Hardware Co. Colville, Wash. In the iibovc entitled court nnd miisw i the complaint of the plain nil and ■erve ■ copy of your answer upon tne undersipned attorneys for plaint their office below stated, and In ■ of your failure so to do, Judgment Will be rendered against JTOU accord inu- to the demand of the complaint which has been tiled with the clerk of Mid court. Tl bjei lof the ac tion Ii to foreclose that certain mort gage for four hundred fifty d ($150) b'iven by the defendant v Ciennv, and covering the nortl quarter (NWU) of section twenty seven (27) and tin- southwest q I (swvi) of section twenty-two all in township thirty-.me (81) north of range thirty-seven (37), B. W, Stevens I nt>-. Washington, "■'hicn mortgage was tiled for record on thi lsth day of September, 1917. and re corded on pate 149 of book I ' mortgage records of said county, ann to have the interest ol each and ill of the defendants abovi named tie dared Junior and Inferior to the i en of the Maid above described mortgage, and for such other n llel as to th court may seem just and equitable in lll>- "■-"-'- horn & HUBN, Attorneys for the Plaintiff. Post office add .ess, 616 Old Na tional Bank building, Spokane, Wash ington. NOTICE OF HEARING <» I'KTIIION I'lill FRANCHISE. To iill to whom it may concern: Noticels hereby given, that th. t ■■ land Irrigation District lias filed ;. peti tion with the board of county commis sioners at .Stevens county, Washington asking for a franchise, as follow*: To lay and construct 0 lateral iilo ii the north side of the jiuhlic road, be jln ninir at a point near the center ol the north line of the southeast quarter ol live, township thirty-six north, rang* thirty-seven, east or the Willamett) meridian and running west on paid uni and on the north side of the county road to the southwest corner of the north west quarter of the. BOuthweßt quartei Siiid section, township and ran re. \N,, to lay and conßtrucl c lati i acrosn the state road number twenty two iit ;i point near the northe tut. ci ncr of the northwest quarter ot th( northwest quarter of section Oilrty three, township thirty-five north, r.-um< thirty-seven, east of the WHlametti meridian. And that a hearing has been Bat foi the same for July 8, 1921, at ! o'clock i» m at the commissioners' room in thi conn linns,- m ColvlUe, Washln [ton, at which time and place any person or per sona having any objections to offer to iin granting of said franchlHe, shall ap pear and offer their objections th •:c .■md show cause, If any, why sa d Iran chlse should not he granted. Dated at Colville, Washington, Hi 13tli day of June, 1931. WILL C. BPBDDEN, County Auditor. ' First publication, June 16, 1921. Last. June ■"». liui. NOTICE; OF BALE, State of Washington, county of Sto yens, 4. Notice is hereby given thai In accord ance with an order heretofore entered mi the nth 'lay of June, i:'_' I_ by the board of county commissioners «>(' tin county of si.rv.iMK. state of Washington, directing that the real property herein after described, acquired by said count) or Stevens for delinquent tuxes undei tax foreclosure, suit and sale, l.c soM as required by tlic laws or the state ol Washington, by the undersigned county treasurer of said county. 1 will on th<- L'd day of July, 1921| commencing at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., of said nay, am) continuing until the hour of 4 o'clock ; ji. m., of the day, unless tho propert) hereinafter described sliall sooner b£ : sold, at the front (lout- of the court house in Colvllle, In said county and 1 state, sell tv the highest bidder foi cash the following described real prop erty situated in said county, towit: Thirteen and fifty-six hundredth? acres in the southeast quarter of tin northwest quarter of section neven, township twenty-nine north, range foi'ty, cast of the Willamette meridian And notice is further given that, it necessary, I, will adjourn said sale to the Hume hours from day to day by an nouncement made at the time and place of said sale, or at the time and plaoe to which said sale may be adjourned Terms and conditions of sale, cash. Duted at Colvllle, Washington, thi> I Itli day of June, 1921. SAKILDA MoKEOWN, Treasurer of Stevens County, Washington. First publication, .Tune .10. 1921, ]<iist, June 80, 1921. NOTICE! OK S ILK. state of Washington, county »»i Bt« veils, ss. Notice is hereby given that in accord ance with an order heretofore entered on the sth day of May. I n:; I. by the board of county commissioners of tin The Colville Examiner, Saturday, July 2, 1921 l\ ol Steven* state of Washing thai the real proper^ ,1, ; , i [bed, ucuulred by nab! lellnquent taxe^ , . rlußurp, .-"it and nalv. , ed by th» laws of th« -inn. by the undersigned , ol ii'l founty, I win , . d day of July, 1921, comm.nr |,our of 3 ..'clock a. m ol i continuing ujltil the houi ■ ' !!,.■ .l-,y. unless th. i:. nafter described shall , i ii he front door of tin i ■ . Ille, in said count> to i he highest bidder fo> described real proi> , | in at d county, towit: Beven and eleven, block hii sixteen, block thirty , , lock thirty-six; lots five i . , . . tv . ' ■"d twenty-si-% 111 even b>t ten, blocl- O X, addition ti. 1.,,, flvo and nine, block thirty-three 1,, i ];... block thirty-five; lots on' o I '1 Irty-slx; lots seventeen. i. one i twenty-five, block thir .■in,l lois li'-rht and twelve i|,,,1, hum i ■hi all in O. K. additioi ttle Falls. 1.,, o lilty-three and fifty tour, block twi nty-one, Central additioi • Falls. notice ii further given that n , . .. -■..! ■. i will adjourn said sale I" i ii.... hours from day to day by an :■ . , m ide ii the time and place , v sale, or ,-n the time and place i,, . i.i ile may be adjourned and conditions or sale, cash. Dated al Colville, Washington, thl 11) da vof June, 1921. .- \i;iu>.\ McX Bi IWN, T ■ n -uil i <>r Stc\ens County. | Wa hington. • publication, June 16, 1921. i-'isi. June 30, ]:>-;. < \l I. POU i.i.MMtW, FUND sciiooi WAKII WTS. Al] v, i i■■ drawn on the genera! fluid of tin following school districts i,, and Including warrant number, an hereby called for payment, and Interest cisaßes from tliis date. I ..;, , .i Colville, Washington, thi- Id day ol June, 1921. 1. i number: I, to and Including warrant No. 212 d :l to anil ncludln na: rant No. 782 to nd ■ ■' ng warrant No. 31" :, to and including warrant No. 176 to ii nd nclui ■ ■ v. arrant No. 37f. .. i., and Including warrant No. 281. 'i , and Including warrant No. 3IJ , nd iditiH «arrant No. 411. i : to and Including warrant No. 45fi. 11, in nnil including warrant No. 7f.2 i . to tmd Including warrant No. 2tH' , to nnd Including warrant No. 19S i. 1,1 and Including warrant No. 208 IM. all VI . Ih 1 . !U, I" and ncl Itnß warrant No. 741 lo und including warrant No. 287. ,v ;.. and Including warrant No. 2260 to ond Including warrant No. 24fi 11, in and including warrant No, 284 ■_'.",. 1,, and lnelud ny warrant No. 3<i2. 2(1, to and Including warrant No. 380. :,. i., and including warrant No. 890. !!i, to and Including warrant No. 175. .:i. .i ii wai rants. . ■. i i and Including warrant No. 45(1. ::i. to and Including warrant No. 2011 .", in and Including warrant No, 206. Ilii, to and Including warrant No. 42:;. 39, in and Including warrant No. 1055 11, tv and Including warrant No. 819. li. to and including warrant No. 457 I :. to and Including warrant No. 5. 11. to and Including warrant No. 67. In, in and Including warrant No. sn. 10, to and Including warrant No. SIS 50, to and Including warrant No. 481. 51, in am) Including warrant No. 297 52, to and Including warrant No. 39: i. :..:. all warrants. .■",!. to and Including warrant No. 422. 55, to and Including warrant No. 271 5tJ, tv and Including warrant No. B2 ."i7. to .'in(l including warrant No. 62. ."is. to and Including warrant No. 2«v sft, Hi find including warrant No. 23!*. 60, to and Including warrant No. 388. 1.1. to and Including warrant No. 219 69, to anil Including warrant No. 201. 7". tn and Including warrant No. 221 7:.'. t" and Including warrant No. 210. 73, in and Including warrant No. 134. 71. to and Including warrant No, -:l" 78, in ami Including warrant No.-2:t7 id, to and including war, nl No. 1!"' 80, to and Including warrant No. 5!?: V 81, to and Including warrant No. 488. su, in an'l including warrant No, 11 ii. si. in and Including warrant No. -'7.1. S5, to ami Including warrant No. 398. si;, td and including warrant No, 161. H7, tv .'iihl ineluiling warrant No. 155. 90 t.i and including warrant No r.12. 91, all warrants, 92, In and Including warrant No. 213. 94, to and Including warrant No. 258. 95, tv and including warrant No. 156. !"'. tu nnd Including warrant No. 179. '»S, iii and Including warrant No. i 18. HO to and Including warrant No. 250. 101, to and including warrant No. J 78. 102, in and Including warrant No. 1-14. i"l. to and Including warrant No. H'Tt. li"'.. in ami including warrant No. :"*!•. 107, to and Including warrant Nn 188. I 1 n, .-ill warrants. 113. to and Including warrant No. 221. 116, to and Including warrant No. 2 10. 117. to and Including warrant No. 115. 120, to and including ■warrant No. 239. 122, to and including warrant No*. 2i>7. lit, to and including warrant No. 168, 125. to and including warrant No. 119, to und including warrant No. 194. 187, to and Including warrant No. 386 189, to and including warrant No. 943. 141). to and Including* warrant No. 240. 111, to and Including warrant No. 177 146, to and including warrant No. 174. 147, to and Including warrant No. 145. 148, to and including warrant No. 545. 1 r>3. to and Including warrant No. 190. 154. to and including warrant No. 1241 156. to and Including wnrrnnt No. 202. 155. to and Including warrant No. 1(1 169, to and Including warrant No. 982. ISO, to and including warrant No. 149 161. to und including warrant No. 171. 163, to and Including Warrant No. 124 164, to and including warrant No. 165. 167, to and Including warrant No. 283. U. H. 2. to and including warrant No. 1339. U. H. 3. to nnd including warrant Nn, 1524. SARU.DA McKKOWN. Treasurer <i| Stevens County, Washington. First publication, June 23. 1921. Last. July 7, 1921. OAUi FOR COUNTY AGIUCL'I/Tl HAL FUIVU WAHIIANTS. All warruiita drawn on the county agricultural fund to and including warrant number 204, are hereby called for payment and lntereßt ceases from this date. - Hated at Colville, Washington, this -3d day of June, 1921. SARIL.DA MeKEOWN. Treasurer of Stevens County, Washington. First publication. Juno 23. 1921. Last. July 7, 1921. CALL lull 111 US. Notice is hereby given that the coun cil of the city of «'olville, Washington, will receive competitive bids for the I'iillowing supplies: 1000 feet three-fourths Inch Kalvan l/.ell pipe. 60 No. 1 saddles for two inch pipe tapped for throe-fourths Inch pipe. 60 three-fourths inch curb cocks. I'einale ends, tee handle. 60 curb boxes. Buffalo type, two to lour feet in length. 60 three-fourths inch corporation cocks for lion pipe service. 60 three-fourths inch galvanized coupling*. 36 three-fourths inch galvanized unions. ;i(i three-fourths inch galvanized tees. 2 I one inch unions. 60 one inch to three-fourths bushings. 1 three-fourths inch skip tooth die. 1 one inch skip tooth die. .'SO rubber vnlve discs for four inch eclipse hydrant. All bid's must be sealed and marked 'Hicts for Supplies" and addressed to the city clerk. Bids will be received up to the hour of 8 p. m. July 5, 1921. The council reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. C. N. HANSON, City Clerk. First publication. June 23, 1921 Last. June 30. 1921, NOTICE! OP SCHOOL, ItllMl SAMS. State of Washington, county of Slo vens. HS. Scaled bids for the purchase of serial bonds to be Issued by school district number forty-four, of Stevens county. Hluccreek iiostoftlce. Washington, to the amount of $1,800.00, optional after ten years, to mature as follows in nu merical order, lowest numbers first; in the year 1923, $100.00; 1924, $100.00: I!I25, $100.00- 192H, $100.00; 1927, $100. --00; 1928, $100.00; 1929, $100.00- 1930 $ioo.oo: i9:si, $100.00: 1932. $100.00; 1938, $100.00; 1934, $100.00; 1935, $100.00; 1936, $100.00: 1937, $100.00: 1938 $100 --00; 1939. $100.00; 1940, $100.00; will be received at my office in the court house at Colville, Washington, up to 1 o'clock p. m. Saturday, July lfi, 1831, at which lime and place bids will be opened and considered. Bidders will name price of fered and interest asked. Said bonds and interest will be payable at the of tice of the county treasurer of Stevens county. Interest on said bonds to bo payable annually. Right is reserved to reject any and all bids. The assessed valuation of said dis trict for the year 1920 is $51,230.00. Dated at Colville, Washington, this 20th day of June. 1921. SARILDA McKKOWN. Treasurer of Stevens County, Washington. First publication. June 'i?.. 1921 J-iiist. July 11, 1921. NOTICE OI<" INTENTION TO SELL Hi: \l, ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that it is the intention of the city council of the city of Colville. Washington, to sell the fol lowing described real estate belonging to snid city, towit: Lots eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen in block thirty-five, Meyers addition to the town (now city) it Colville, Washington. And notice is further given that the City council of said city will meet on the I'Jtli day of July. 1921. at the hour of X o'clock p. m. of s.iid day at the council room in said city, and hear and determine the advisability of making said sale, at which time and place any taxpayer of said city may ajipear. either In person or by counsel, and shall have the right to be beard for or njrainst such proposition Dated at Colville. Washington, this 23d day of June. 1921. E, C. CONNER, Miyor. Attest: C. N HANSON, City Clerk. First publication, June 23, 1921. Last, July 7, 1921. NOTICm. Notice Is hereby given that the as sessment roll for that portion of local improvement district number twenty one, city of Colvllle, Washington, com pleted In 1921 and not heretofore In cluded in the roll published at a prior date, covering part of Second avenue. Third avenue and north Main street, is now in the hands of the undersigned treasurer for said city of Colville, for collection. And any assessment thereon, or any portion of said assessment may be paid at any time within thirty days from the Hist publication of this notice towlt, thirty (SO) days from June JG, 1921, without penalty or interest or costs. Dated at Colvillo, Washington, this 16th day of June. 1921. W. W. CAMPBELL City Treasurer. First publication, June 16, 1921. Last. June 30. 1921. NOTICE TO COHTRAOTORI School district 80. Meyers Falls, Washington, will receive bids on the following Improvement! to be made on tho school borne and to be com pleted before Ihe Hist of September, 1921. All bids to be received by the clerk of the board before the lath of July, 1921. any und ull bids may be rejected by the board of directors. 1. To move 10 windows from the north and west side to the south side of the rooms, iiml (111 opening* where windows are taken from. 2. To furnish 2 new windows, frames and trims to match those in the building. 3. To furnish now flooring (either quarter sawed pine or Coast fir in the ■1-inch material) and to lay siime on the two floors of the huildinu. 4. To furnish paint and to paint the outside of the building one coat. (White with brown trimmings. 5. To take down the chirnni y and rebuild on* the north side of the build ing. (Contractor to furnish all extra material to tlnlsh chimney. 6. To repair porch with outside new stringer and a few new walk boards where needed. Contractor receiving this work to do it in a workmanlike manner and to furniHh all material and labor to com plete the above repairs. Hoard of Directors of School District No. 80. Meyers Kails. Wash. P. H. I3RISCOK, ''lerK. Mill! I TO WOOD CO.NTH ACTOIIS Hids will In; received by school district No. SO, Meyers Fallx, Wash., to furnish tin' district with 10 riclm of 16-Inch seasoned Wood. I" run mostly fir and tamarack. Woo 1 to *m* delivered at the school bouse before the first of Novini'.i • , li'2l, hii>) <■■ be piled In a way to t>< inoasured. nids to be in the hands of tho clerk on or before the flr»t of Aufriift. 192). STEVENS COUNTY TO EXHIBIT AT FAIRS G. B. Ide of Colville will have charge of the exhibits which will be shown at the Interstate fair at Spokane, the State fair at Yakima, the Hunters fair at Hunters, and the Stevens County Fair at Colville. Now is the time to save your speci mens of your best forage crops and grasses for these exhibits. Tag your specimens as you collect them with your name, address and name of your farm. Should you win with your contributions, the ad vertising won't hurt you and your business. Ship specimens by parcel post or express, C. O. D., to G. B. Ide, Colville or deliver them in person at his office. Stevens county has always been in the money whereever its products were shown, and it is up to the farm el' to take an interest and see that we have one of our old fashioned strong exhibits that we have always prided ourselves of. In making grass and forage crop collections for the fair exhibits, collect large bundles. Just a single specimen is not enough.- By fur nishing large bundles of material, sheaves can be made up to the regu lation size out of the more perfect material and the inferior can be dis carded; there is always more or less of the material spoiled in handling. STATES ADOPT UNIFORM SYSTEM Treasurer Charles E. Gunnels of the American Farm Bureau Federa- tion reports that New Jersey and Vermont are calling state meetings of County Farm Bureaus to consider the installation of the uniform ac counting system worked out by the department of finance of the Ameri can Farm Bureau Federation. In quiries have also been received from the Farm Bureaus in the states of California, Washington, South Da kota, Georgia, Delaware, Wisconsin,, Colorado, and Massachusetts regard ing the uniform accounting system. MarCUS I ReportingtheEvenui . 5 ol this Thriving ] Happenings < Town A community Sunday school pic nic was held at the falls with the Baptist and Presbyterian Sunday, schools of Kettle Falls on Thursday, June 20. There was a large crowd and everybody enjoyed the day. (James and other sports were the order of the day and a bountiful dinner was served at 12 o'clock. Miss Vera Hinshaw has returned from Molor, after taking care of her sister who was sick. Her sis ter Mrs. Warwick and two children came homo with her to spend the summer. Mrs. Mary Cuyle of Oroville is spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. Carter and family. Mrs. J. Carter and her Sunday school class of girls and Mrs. M. C. Smith's class of boys were enter tained at a picnic on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Smith. Games and swimming were enjoyed by all. Dainty refreshments were served. Rev. Owens visited Marcus people the first of the week. Mrs. Babbitt, who has been visit ing at the home of Mrs. Torrisen, has returned to her home in Priest River, Idaho. Mrs. Babbit was for merly Miss Clark, a school teacher of Marcus. A. B. Campbell is repairing the school house and getting it ready for the fall term of school. Mrs. Mary Clinton of Daisy visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dahl and daughter Agnes returned Thursday from Minneapolis, where -they visit ed friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Ayers spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of their daughter Mrs. E. E. Hanna. Mrs. Ed Hill spent Sunday eve nig at the home of Mrs. C. J. Dahl. Mrs. J. F. Morgan has been on the sick list. . Jennete, Leon Werzburg, Tom Moore and wife, Mrs. Boyds and son, P. Murrel, E. E. Webb and fam ily, Mrs. J. Carter and son, Mrs. Myrtle Kirk and children and Dr. Craig and son Forrest were among the Colvillc visitors this week. Mrs. Dodd and two sons of Spo kane spent Sunday with he husbanu Engineer Dodd of Marcus. Mrs. Bert Flint and children have gone on their summer vacation. Dr. Craig was elected county president of the Stevens county medical association. Mrs. Peter Carroll of Hillyard is visiting friends in Marcus and is stopping at the home of T. J. Riley. and any or all bids u> in; lejeiud by the board of directoi«. Hoard i.f Director." of School District Xo. 80. Meyers Kails, Wash. P. H. BRISCOIp, Clerk. COLVILLE LAND CO. SELLS LAND Will buy or sell for you, with ■»tW*c; i tion guaranteed. Ask us. We furnist I all information on lands. Refereneei- Our pant customers or any ColviHe b»n*. COLVILLE LAND CO. O N Bell L. M. McFarland COLVILLE. WASH. KRANKB.GOEI IKK \ Ml TUB SPOKANE'S VIRGIN WOOL CLOTHIER & TAILOB j9 #If It ko't 0m& AIIRigU mm Bring It Back 1.. R. Dolby Co. SPOKANE A BREAKFAST NOOK in f\ the home creates a chum- s~\ my homelike atmosphere. It / • sum the day rizht. It sares labor and I footsteps for the housewife. In your build- I iik plans include a Breakfast Nook. We I alio manufacture sash, doors, and mill- I work. We are creators ol Better Mill- I work." Rovir. 2215 First A?e. S.. Seattle. \ MADAME MAJER Hyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash. Accordian-Knife-Side-Box PLEATING Hemstitching, Braiding, Buttons, Bit tonholes. Hat and Feather Work Mail urders given prompt attentim We never fail to respect the con- Hdence placed in us by the hundreds of (Jills who come to this home. We try to make every ffirl comfort able and happy. FI.ORKSfCE CRITTENDEST HOME Anna Peterson, Matron 2120 \. Crrwtllne Spokane Phone Glen. 1011. Take Hillyard Car Professional Column Dr. R. S. Wells Physician and Surgeon Bank of Colvllie BMg Office phone 1275 Residence phone 1273 Dr. J. W. Henderson Physician and Surgeon Office over Poatoffice DR. RALPH F. GOETTER Physician and Surgeon Lane Bldg. Office phone 505 Res. phone US W. A. Olds, M. D. Physician and Surgeon I>i.rm.in Bid;;. Phone 875 Dr. W. F. Diffenbacher Dentist Dormun-I.ynch Bldg. DR. O. F. VINSON Dentist Postoffice Bldg. Dr. Jno. J. Ingle Dentist Lane Bldg. Phone 796 W. Lon Johnson Lawyer 3-4-5 Rickey Bldg. WENTZ & BAILEY Lawyers Bank of Colville Bldg. L. B. DONLEY Lawyer First National Bank Building JOHN T. RAFTIS Lawyer Lane Bldg. ' Phone 1245 Colville OSEE W. NOBLE Attorney at Law Colville F. LEO GRINSTEAD Lawyer Bank of Colville Bldg. I. J. LASSWELL INSURANCE AND BONDS First National Bank Bldg. Colville Stevens County Abstract Go. Abstract* of title to Stevens county land* and minx. Phone HI CoMIU DR. L. E. CALLANAN Sanipractic Drugless Physician Hotel Colville, Colville, Wash. It All. WA V TIME TABl.tt leaves Arrives Spokane NORTHBOUND Colvllla 8,20 a. m 11:10 ». m. I:t6 p. m T:4( ».m. Leaves Arrive* Colvllle SOUTHBOUND Bookaae 7:« a. m U:H a. bl 1:60 p. m t:I« a. a. Leaves StJNDAT ArrlvM Spokane NORTHBOUND ColvllU S:l9 a. m 11:1» n.m. L.«avea Arrives Col villa SOUTHBOUND Bfekaß* »** P. ■ T:«V».».