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Ml> S. B. Kohlstead will sing at
the morning services of the M. E
church Sunday. Mrs. F. Leo (Jrin
stead will sing in the evening. The
hpjworth League will meet at 630
with preaching services at 7:30.
Sirs. Ray West and baby are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Loucks and
daughter Miss Evelyn and son
Thomas l.oucks returned home Tues
day evening from Spokane where
they attended the Loucks-Trefry wed
Mrs. A. C. McMillan after a year's
residence here, having sold her home
on South Jefferson street to D. H.
Kimple, left Monday for lowa.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Denny and
their guest Mrs. Elmer Walker of
I/)ng Beach, Calif., who .has been
visiting them for the past six weeks,
and their nephew James H. Denny
of Hillyard, Wash., were fair visi
tors at Spokane last week. Mrs.
Walker has returned to her home at
Long Beach.
P. T. Moser, lumber inspector for
the Lindsley Bros, pole yards, made
a business trip to Northport the
first of this week.
Rolla Willett made a short busi
ness trip to Spokane last week end.
Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Bell of Spo
kane were the week-end guests of
their daughters Mrs. Ralph Willett
and Mrs. A; B. Casey.
W. R. Eddings of Missoula, Mon
tana, arrived last week for a visit
with his daughter Mrs. Clyde White
..Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. W. Ward and their
son Herbert of Addy were trans
acting business in Colville Tuesday.
John Hug-gins came home from
Spokane Sunday and visited his par
ents Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Huggins
until Thursday.
W. W. Coon, supervisor of Indian
schools in California, Oregon and
Washington, and O. C. Upchurch,
superintendent of the Colville agency
at Nespelem, were in Colville Thurs
day in the interest of business con
nected with their work.
Colville was represented by seven
members of the D. O. K. K. at the
ceremonial held at Grand Forks, B.
C, Monday evening. Those making
the trip were J. C. Hard, L. S.
Munger, W. W. Campbell, J. C.
Clark and J. C. Harrigan who made
of ■it a three-day trip in the Hard
auto, and Wm. Loudon and Al.
Treverton, who went by train.
Members were present from Nelson,
Rossland, Trail, Princeton and Spo
kane. The usual hearty hospitality
of the British Columbia people was
extended to the Colville visitors, who
had an opportunity to see two ball
games, visited the Dukhabor settle
ment, and assisted in putting a
class of 20 candidates over the re
puted hot sands of the degree of
Knights of Khorassan. Some of the
sidelights on the trip of visitation
to the Dukhabors will be found in
an article in another column.
Miss Mildred Maurer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Maurer, left Fri
day of this week for Pullman where
she will resume her studies at the
state college for the coming year.
Miss Ethel Foley was hostess to
a number of her friends at a sup
per party Tuesday, evening at the
home of her sister Mrs. Osee W.
Noble. Those present were Miss
Stella Brady, Miss Hazel Emery,
Miss Dorothy Dexter, Miss Ella
Bresnahan, Miss Twila Craft, Miss
Eva Mills, Miss Mildred Campbell,
Mrs. Pearl Conner, Miss Wilhelmina
Glokner, Miss Velma Exley, Miss
Pearl Gates and Miss Sarilda Mc-
Miss Ethel Waddell and Miss Vera
Stolts left Colville last Saturday for
Portland where they will enter col
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Seigfred, formerly Lucia Bron
son, of Maldin, will be glad to learn
of the birth of their third child, Wal
ter Ephriam, who arrived Sep. 1.
Mrs. Seigfred spent her girlhood in
Colville, and is a graduate of the
Colville high school.
Irene Hefling left last week for
Spokane to enter school where she
will make her home with her great
grand parents until the arrival of
her grandmother, Mrs. M. V. Lewis,
who leaves for that city soon, after
a year's residence here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wernli arrived
in Colville last Friday from Bell ing
ham, the former home of Mrs.
Wernli. . Saturday afternoon, the
young couple were given a surprise
party by the employees of the audi
tor's office.
Rev. C. H. Bierkemper and Mrs.
Bierkemper, who have been the
guests of Mrs. William Conners of
Colville, have returned to their home
in Winchester, Idaho. Before leav
ing:, R«v- Bierkemper addressed the
Congregational church of Colville
last Sunday.
lMan.i for t vigorous war i>n all
stages of iiil»irnlnMs during the com
inn year were outlined at the annunl
meeting of the Stevens County Anti-
Tuberculosis league held at the Om
gr.irational church in Oolville, Fri
day. September 9. The afternoon ses
sion was given over to btMiMM con
nected with the league, while in the
event tiff a banquet was held.
According to the report of the sec
retary a total of $1,595.94 was re
ceived by the leaKUe during the past
year. Expenditures were $1,108.99,
leaving n balance of $486.95.
Two hundred and ninty-eight calls
were made by Miss W. G. Olokner.
county nurse, to tubercular patients
throughout the county, tn addition
to calls made on tubercular patients
2N5 calls were made in cooperation
with tuberculosis work. while 60
health talks were given, in which
Miss Qlokner told of the ways and
means of preventing the spread of
tuberculosis. Sputum cups were fur
nished to all tuberculosis patients
and instructions were given hs to their
Superintendent W. O. ("umniings
rave a report of the modern health
crusade in which he told of the pro
gress that had been made during the
past year. According to Mr. Cum
■nlngo, the crusade has become es
tablished in so efficient a manner
throughout the county that every
school child has the privilege of bc
bcctiming a member and being; one of
the five million school children of
the t'nited States who are doing
the crusade work.
Mrs. B. B. IHichanan tn an interest
ing talk explained the work of the
county nurse and the nutrition fea
tures of the county crusade. Ac
cording to Mrs. Buchanan. every
nurse was a specialist in some line
of work, some specializing in school
work, others in public health work,
whereas a tuberculosis nurse had to
understand not only public health
work and school work but tubercu
losis in all its stages.
Mrs. Buchanan also urged coopera
tion among the parents of the coun
ty in bringing the school children of
the county up the the propel 1
weight, saying that In nearly every
case of tuberculosis it has been
shown that the patient has been
A report of the annual state con
vention held at Arberdeen was given
by the secretary, Mrs. S. H. Bender
or Meyers Falls. Mrs. Bender told
briefly of the interesting and in
structive suggestions given by the
different delegates.
After the report of the nominating
committee was given, the following
board of directors was elected:
Board of directors for 1022: Dr. D.
R. Mcßac, Hunters; Dr. W. A. Cart
wright, Valley; Dr. Craig, Marcus;
Dr. R. S. Wolls, Dr. R. F. Goetter,
Mrs. W. T. Btenffer, Mrs. Daniel H.
Carey, Miss CHadya Allen. Mrs. 1.. E.
Jeiaeph, Mrs. Qeo. Seal. Colville: F.
1.. Reinoehl. F. O. Russell, Rev.
Doyle, Chewelah; VV. L, Biggar, Rice;
Mrs. W. M. Hudleson, Arden; Mrs. L.
P. Mills. Northport; Mrs. Get). Skiles.
White I,ake; Mrs. J. H. Yarwood,
Marcus; J. M. Williams, Kettle Falls;
J. B. Miller. Meyers Falls; Supt. W.
O. Cinnmings, Supt. G. L. Putnam,
Immediately after the afternoon
session the board of directors met
and the following officers were elect
ed: President. Mrs. J. C. Harrigan,
Colville; first vice president, Mrs.
Daniel H. Carey. Colville; second vice
president, Mrs. F. 1.. Reinoehl, Che
welah; secretary, Mrs. S. H. Bender,
Meyers Falls: treasurer. Mrs. Geo. W.
Heal, Colville.
It was with deep regret and only
realizing the great amount of work
Mr. Putnam has done, that the league
accepted his request to be released
as treasurer and a rising vote of
thanks was given for his efficient
The personnel of the executive com
mittee is as follows: Mrs. Daniel
H. Carey, Colville; F. 1.. Rienoehl,
alternate F. O. Russell. Chewelah;
Rev. Doyle, Chewelah; J. B. Miller,
Meyers Falls; Supt. Cummings, coun
ty chairman modern health crusade;
Supt. Putnam. county chairman
Christmas seal sale: president and
At 6:30 the ladies of the Congre
gational church served dinner. P.
L. Rienoehl acted as toastmaster
and those responding were, Dr. R. F.
Goetter, Dr. McKay, F. Basse I, Rev.
Doyle, .r. B. Miller, J. C. Harrigan.
Mrs. J. C. Harrigan, Miss W. G.
Mrs. B. B. Buchanan spoke a few
words of encouragement to the tu
berculosis workers. The work is
rapidly mowing in Washington, and
1!9 counties are organized for this
work. There are 610 beds for tu
berculosis patients, and the preven
tion work being done can not be
estimated in dollars and cents The
children are taught how to keep in
perfect health so they will be able
to resist any disease.
After expressing the thanks of the
league to the Rev. Huggins for the
use of the church and to the ladies
for the dinner, the meeting closed.
Complimentary to Miss Henrietta
(Johlman, bride-elect of Glenn Crewse
of this city, Mrs. E. K. Lavigne en
tertained al a bridge party Friday
evening, Sep. 16, at her home. The
announcement was made by tiny red
envelopes hidden in the table bou
quets, containing: the names of the
young couple. The color scheme was
the autumn shades of red and gold.
Refreshments were served. Invited
quests were Miss Henrietta Gohlman,
Mrs. \V. H. Jackson, Mrs. O. F. Vin
son, Mrs. Grover Graham, Mrs. E. J.
Strong, Mrs. Ij. M. MoFarland, Mrs.
13. J. Mil berg-, Mrs. T. N. Ledfferwood,
Mrs. Will Keller, Mrs. R. S. Wells,
Mrs. Frank Oberhansly, Mrs. Jen
Casey, Mrs. Claude Casey, Mrs. Kay
Markham, Mrs. J. D. Casey, Mrs. L.on
Johnson, Mrs. Carl Buchanan, Mrs. J.
C. Harrigan, Mrs. E. C. Durdle, Miss
I.oretta Craft.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Graham re
turned from Cheney last Friday where
they had gone to attend the funeral
of G. T. Everson, Mrs. Graham's
father, who was fatally injured at
Revelstoke, B. C, when the horse he
was riding bolted, throwing him to
the ground and breaking two of his
ribs, one of which punctured his righl
lung. Mr. Everson was a pioneer of
Cheney having lived in that district
for the past thirty years. His funeral
was one of the largest yet held in
that town. Many floral offerings were
sent by his friends.
Fire of an unknown origin caused
approximately $70,000 worth of dam
ages laat Friday to the lumber own
ed by Felix I.aSota and H. C. Harnes.
The lumber was stored across the
track from the Great Northern rail
way station. Mr. I_.a.Sota's loss was
between $40,000 and $45,000 with
$36,250 Insurance. Mr. Barnes' losh
was around $30,000 and was fully
covered by insurance.
Miss Eunice Williams, a former Col
ville girl and for the past year a stu
dent at the University of California,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Ourland the past week. During her
stay in Colvllle, Miss Williams was
entertained by a number of her
Mrs. P. H. Johnson and Mrs. T. L«
Montgomery entertained Tuesday al
the home of Mrs. Johnson on N. Oak
street in honor of Mrs. C, Embury of
Harrington, who Is the house guest
of Mm. Walter Gammage. The rooms
were prettily decorated with asters
and snapdragons. The first trophy, a
nut bowl was won by Mrs. K. C.
Conner and the second trophy wan
won by Mrs. Benton of Cranbrook, B.
C. A delicious three-course luncheon
was served. Those invited were Mes
dames C. Embury, J. I>. Casey, E. C.
Conner, Clare <■■ • , Koland Dupuis.
<leo. Thomas, F. Wines, C. Johnson,
Al. I^ynch, Walter Gammage, H. Con
ner, C. F. Smith, O. Noble, G. JJor
man. F. Kostka. H. W. Williams, It.
Hoeksnorn, J. Dupuis, J. Gibson, Geo.
Itioih. J. Van Doren, Christine Hchultz.
W. Ketchum, Thos. Kirk, L). M. Set
zer, H. Michaels, Corbett. Conover,
Benton. Miss Edna Johnson.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday. September 17, 1921
Kettle Falls News
There will be service at SI. I'eter's
church tomorrow e\enlng at 7:30.
Archdeacon Beveraace in chars*. A
cordial welcome is extended t" all.
Archdeacon Severance will meet
with St. Peter's guild Monday after
noon at 3 at a special meeting al the
home "I Mrs. .1. (.'. Wilson.
J. H. Dewey of Rochester, N. V.
arrived Saturday to look niter hl«
orchard interests.
Mrs. Fred Knight .van called to
Bpok&ne Sunday by the lerloui III"
ness of her daughter Mrs. M. Sealer.
A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. U
liaison. Sep. 12.
Mr. .and Mrs. Henson rtauae 01
Seattle, who have been visit iiik al the
home of Dr. Lee, returned to the
co ist Monday.
Misses lOdna and Nellie Morris, vho
have been attending school In Seattle
arrived home for ■ visit iasr week.
Word was received Tunwla.)" "" the
death of J. S. Haynes at the home of
his daughter in Blkha't, ■•••i. Mr.
Haynes left Kettle Kails about six
weeks asf> for the pom, while thore
he suffered another stroke of paral
ysis, from which ha did not regain
Mr. and- Mrs. Kd Ledgerwood of
Portland. Ore., are the jiuests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Fericuson.
An«ng those who left this week to
attend W. S. ('. were Neil Mi Innis.
Vein Ulewellyn and Hthol Koller,
Mrs. 11. J. Kelley ac. .■nipaini d MIM
Ethel as far as Spolane and will re
turn Monday.
Mrs. Harry Stephcnson li Meyer;
Kails entertained St. Pntnr'a nii'ld
Wednesday afternorn, 'ojrnthor with
the officers of the l,adies Aid of
Meyers Falls and Mrs 10-I iiurrell
of Deer Hark, who Is her h»ufo
guest. i.i.'liciiiis rpfrnshment* were
served and ,a uncial time enjoyed.
Mrs. A. ES. Baldwin entertained
several fri-ends at. luncheon Wednes
day. Those present wire Mrs. Lucy
Lee, Mrs. Jennie Clary. Mrs. N. B.
Wheeler, Mrs. KelloKK and Mrs. G.
\., Savage
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fish, after a
month's time in Northporl returned
to Kettle Falls for the Wlnlrtr. They
will make their home with Mrs. M.
M. Fish.
The Blue Town .laz/ ichcsira will
Slve a dance at the gym l ni«ht.
Mrs. Hugh Brlßham and children
left Saturday to join Mr. Brlgham,
who Is in Wenatcheu.
. The News of Greenwood
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Nelson drove to
the EJlstrom ranch at Knie i"'ilis
Sunday after fruit.
Mr. Golde is hauHr.l w nd to the
Elmer i'nd Oscar S'elHoll are clear
ing land for B. I.', l.ynn
Clarence r'.ell left Friday for I'ull
inan. where he w ill nttend school.
Sunday school titarted agnln Sun
day after ft va alion of '< weeks.
The crowd was rather small. I'very
body come, y.*u are neeiled.
Colville ih I'ioers Monday wire,
Mr. and Mrs. U. E. VValstoii, Hasten
Waist on, «i. C. syalston. Archie f[ai
iow and Ous 1: Nelson
Mrs. R. \. I.eiih-nd spent Tues
day at th • \V .'. 1,. itlii'.'i.i home
Mrs. Geo. McGaußbey has as v
her mother Mrs Wll»*n I!i;l
--lock of Vancouver. After a ten-day
visit at the McQaughj.' home, Mrs.
Bullock will bo i-ast to Toronto,
where she will visit (mother laugh
The Ladles social lull meeting
will be postponed until October 5.
Mort Rose and o.ii shter Marjorie.
attended the Spokane fair.
The \ A Chronicle of
DaiSY 1 Kvrnts by our
— . - Local Corrcs-
Enterpnse c pondent
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Drake i»f »;ik
land, Cal., wore visiting in Oaisy last
week. Mrs. Drake, will be r. in-in
hered at Miss Desda Suott.
Mrs. Van Slack of Chewgltth is
stopping for a time al ih' 1 homo -f
her sister Mrs. Swartz.
Hillie l.nekmnn left for Portland
to renew his work.
Floyd Kilß'ore of Daisy is <nr died
at Lewis and Clark this yea.' .if n
Miss Norrnn Train of \i\<-<- IB al
lending; hinh school here this year.
Thrashing crews have been in this
vicinity this week. The urain yield
is mUOh better than expected.
The cold winds and the nipplnu
Croats the past few nights have
changed the appearance of mother
nature. As yet we have had no kill
ing frosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Qreenbee front Urn
reservation warfl here Monday.
Martin .S. Corey and family piutor
ed to Spokane last Friday, returning
Mr. Haynes and family of Wyom
ing, who have spent the summer
with their daughter Mrs. Close, are
now residents' of Daisy, occupying the
Stermen home. They came here i"
place their children in school.
Mr. Relnger and family now live
on the Geo. Dexter place a half-mile
from here.
The enrolment at the school this
year is good, there are more to enter
after the fall work is laid aside.
Miss Edith Frase recently returned
home from an extended visit to rela
tives at liimentwa.
Me/ c™ \ Reporting the
FallS i erenlt about
Chronicle | toWD
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Mm. A. L Swanaon. Representative
The Meyers FhMs Community Ladies
Aid met at the homo of Mrs. Frank
Fodder for a social and buslneaß
meeting after a two Hi vaoH
tion. Two bids wfrc read by the
iiecretary for painting and flxinw the
church* Ah it i.s a very busy tim<\
there was not hh large an atten
dance ai usual. About four o'clock
Mi'sdaniHß liiddl<: and {Tedder served
dainty refreshments-
Mrs. Joel Darrell of Dear Park was
a visitor at thi' homo of Mrs. Harry
Btephenson. She returned home on
Thursday. Mrs. DaiToll wan »
resident of this district for some time
and moved to Dior lark two yean
ago. Her many friend* won: glad to
hop her a^ain.
Greenwood grange held its regular
meeting laHt Friday evening and the
attendance wan very jfood. Thi- lec
turer had a proKi'am ready. Sister
Brewer gave a Kood talk on poultry
raiding with many ffood ■uyfestlonv.
Siatxr Kennedy ffave a reading, two
son«w by th« KrariK'. reading by Sif
ter Clai'a Walston, muHie by ( Sist<-i
Drewer and Brother Ho well. The
subject of thi' county fair was talk
ed over and Homo r»>al work was
started. Mr. Walston was driven the
:trd and 4tfa decree*. About midolffhl
Sinters lJufkworth, Hale and Prank
Cordon Jr. served a line lunch. There
were *7 members out. The next meet
ing i« a cereal night. The sisters
will tell how to prepare the eereala
:ind the brotherH how to raise theni.
and the lecturer has some other nice
thitißs on the program.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. li. Miller wave >i
party Thursday night for their grand
son, <'i.* r i in-. Bell] who 1h noon to
li-aye for Pullman for the school
year. Meyers Falls young folks were
invited and they had a line time.
There were 50 at Sunday school ami
we want to make it more, ('an you
come and nwell the attendance? Sun
day school 1,, v: hi- at 10:30.
Mr. and lira. Manley Hughes hud
a fine dauKhter arrive at their hoim
Monday morning- Mother and daiujh
ter are dointr line.
Mm. Chan. I'ord and two sons .Inn
ior and Del are vi»itinK at the home
of Mrs. Ford's parentH Mr. and Mi."
Del Harvey. Their home is In Kellog.
Idaho. Mm. I'ord wan l,ovella Har
vey before her man laic and she was
rained in and near Meyera Palla.
All the housed In Meyers Fall* are
r in
-\ family by the name of liner
moved Into the J, .1. Flood house last
1 ii pupils from Meyers Palls go
'■ IliKh School In Colville. They
"■ Mairitle Hughes, Lester Tuston.
*»' l> McDurmld and Troy Miller
Ti drives the Miller cur and takes
"'■ '■>' for company, and they pick
": ' ii' ■ Howell at Rock Point This
I.- Troy« second ye«i In high school.
Utu Hehool In Meyers l'alls has a
full hrnise. In .Miss Phillips' room 10
sri . mulled and Miss ioims has 11.
Mlas Rster Leslie bad an accident
I' Tne»da> at school. The girls
wer< playing and rnnnlnH and she
ran itini, i a tree, sirikiriL: a. branch
Wltll H la i :-.. knol and slit cut :i
Ihi RRsh iii her forehead. Shil was
|flvi-ti tiisi aid and then sent home.
Dr. lialdwln of Kettle Fails was call
ed tn dress the wound, she is doing
nk'eij ,ii this writing.
Vfter the picture show Baturda)
nlghl the Bluetown jazz orchestra
gave i dance and all bail a One time.
John Robblns, uln> has been away
workini In the barvent Kelds, return
ed home Wednesday.
Wednesday you could see plenty of
ti i hauling wheat to the ware
1 il Redder tins :1 n. v seed ihnt
he bought in Colvlile Monday and li<
ha* b< • v seed 108 hll \v ht-nt this week.
He thinks it may rain lontfl tltne
i I >
Marcus "I Re t* >rt L inß'h, eEvenl>l
.. . ot thia 1 hnving 3
5 Happenings I Town
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iT'ii'ii'!•■,'.,' ,■,,>,, , »t.Fi '■ M. R.M.i , itMiiMSMil
Mi in.l Mrs, io. K. Hanna and Mr*.
Joflpph llurltn were Oolvllle Rhnpporfl
•in Tuesday,
'■ rge Peckha.m, who haw benn
here for four yean ntaklns ins home
«vii in- brother Eugene Perkham,
has (fnne to Roosevelt, Maine, to spend
tinl winter with liis npphew, Clayton
Peckliain and family.
Minn Florence Hanna has accepted
a [Mi.sitinn as teacher "t the Plnkston
Mm. Tlirwell and Mrs. I iarliei speiil
Sunday visiting Tri'-nds in ihe coun-
I.eStel lialliel eaUle I'toUl MiSSol||a.
Mi>ntana, to visit with hl« rather .1.
'' liarger.
Dl anil Mrs. H !■'. Craig and son
Forrest have returned from Colfas
and Spokane, after having visited Mis.
Craitf'a uncle J, Warren and family.
Mrs. Ralph Coots and son have re
in i iron, Hillyard.
VV, A MasUins has gold thi Mai
ins Motor Co. in Ben Donley and I.
I Peters if Spokani and the new
proprietors have taken full nhargp.
G. E. Smith .-mil daughter Ruth
have returned from Minnesota where
Hie.i were called to the bedside of
Mrs. Smith's sister, who in seriously
111. Mrs. Smith stayed to help care
I"i her sister.
School began last Monday with an
enrollment of 200. The following are
the teachers in charge: Miss DHvid
uon, primary! Mrs. Mullherlan, second
Krade; Miss Alice Sexton, third and
r.Minh grade; Miss Villa Brock, fifth
and sixth grades; Mr. Qlfford, seventh
and eighth ffrades. Mrs. Kirk, .\llsa
Schlou^h and Prof. Lee are in charge
■<i the high school. All are striving
to make this nehnol year the bp«t On
rei ord.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. llaskins h;i\.
returned from Spokane,
Mlmm Malons Zwang, who has spent
two weekfl in Bpokane, has returned
Mrs. Wur/.hulM returned home from
n visit at Spokane,
Pete Gardner of Mine, tdaho, i.s In
the Basin this week visiting old
friends ,'md nelffhbors and looking ftf
tei his property here.
Walter iintnmeii and family loft
Monday for their home In Bushnell,
til., after spending nine months in the
llasln, Mr. llunini''ll is b brothel of
Mrs. Dan Osborn.
Myron Wllllama and Miss liuih
Williams left for Seattle Wednesday.
Myron will attend college and Miss
Uuth will take up hiKh set I work,
Mm. William Hull of Colville Is
vi»itini< ihis week ,-ii the hnm» of her
son Kay Hall.
The unexpected early frost has
damaged the silat;l' crop.- very ma
terially and many are lamenting
over the melon patch.
Mr. Plumb, county a^ent, also Mr.
Durdle, assisted in building a silo
for Mr. Burden last week. A crew
are now filling it with .sunflower ami
corn. W. Smith is also busy with
the same harvest.
Mr. and Mrs. \. J. Pearson of
South Basin have been visiting B
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Christ
man, their former neighbors and
friends. While here they enjoyed
an "afternoon coffee" at the home
of Aug. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Clen Skiles have
taken their baby daughter to Col
ville for medical attendance. We
hope for a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Theobald's family
were gathered at the home place
from different points to be with
them at the return and last sad
rites for their soldier son and bro
ther, Edgar Theobald.
Al. Lynch is accomplishing some
splendid work at the 0. D. mine,
having finished removing the caevin
and retimberinK the old lead, which
extends close to one-half mile into
the mountain, and has prospects of
rish silver ore. A system of ma
chinery is being installed that will
furnish oxygen to the miner- and
draw out the «as from blasting.
The Red Cross and social club
met with Mrs. Chase this week.
This community was largely rep
resented at the services Monday held
at the cemeterieH when the remains
of soldier boys, so dear to us in
life, were consigned to their native
soil. Friends covered them over with
Iwjautiful flowers.
Lnrt. Saturday, Heptembei 10,33x4 >A
v. s. cord tire »n rim. Bide cut vui
oaniied. Reward. Karl J nurria.
Kettle Kall«.
Colville, Wash.
The amount of interest should be a secondary con
sideration. The safety of the principal of your de
posit should receive primary investigation.
The highest rate of interest payable on Savings Ac
counts as agreed upon by banking authorities is 4%
—the amount we pay, and at the same time, afford
protection and security for your savings.
Small amounts deposited in a Liberty Bell Home
Bank will swell your account to large proportions;
$1 deposited here gets one for you.
Colville Loan and Trust Company
Member Washington Bank Depositors Guaranty Fund
For Maxwell, Oakland and Chevrolet Cars
City Garage
Fall Blanket Week
Saturday, Sep. 17 to 24
if /*ps lr
Presenting to you high-grade blank is from the besl known blanket
mills in America al the LOWEST PRICES QUOTED IN YEARS.
The cool nights arc here demand ng plenty of warm blankets and,
even though you have what you consider an adequate supply, we
suggest ;i visit to the blanket section of thjii store this week for the
qualities- (jutmtitien and prices it feafureH are, we believe, uuite beyond
l!veiy one should look to their hlankel needs al this time, ami pur
chase all they Bie likely to need foi a long time to come at prices that
arc approximately one-half what they were last year all splendid c|ual
ity blankets from the best blanket mills in America.
A I'AIK 11.08 A PAIR ,5r,.7.-,
(>lx7ii cotton sheel blanket*—plain HBxßo wool Bniah plaid hlnnkeu —
tan or gray w th fancy border*- lovely line of plaids in pink—blue
good weight -A I'AIK $1,95 tan and gray combination*—ax
col lent weight- nicely stitched
70xM0 Cotton sheet blankets—plain wool, BLANKETS—PAIR $M.B!i
white with fancy pink or blue bor- , i(ixH() a ||. WO ol plaid blanket*— block
ders—warm and durable—A „].,;,) s in pink—blue—gray—tan
PAIR M.*S ant j , car [ e ( ma,!,, entirely of wool
COTTON SHEET BLANKETS ,",'„, n'" A ,V\7|j ly llil'"1 >' stit s c g h^
roxßo Cotton sheet blankets-plain WOOL BLANKETS— PAIR 113.48
gray or tan with choice fancy bor- Fine all-wool blankets—large sli
ders nicely finished A I'AIK and made entirely from a fine
52.7."i grade of wool come in plain
white and in fancy plaids in pink
A I'AIK 52.9.-. I 1&48
lilxTfi plaid blanket! made from line DARK GRAY WOOL— I'AIK $6.95
irrade of cotton -excellent assort
men of plaids nicely finished l» I dark K ray Oregon (it> woolen
A I'AIK $2.95 """~ blankets—double blankets
with fancy borders- -nicely hem-
HO.MX MADE COMPORTS $."..4."> mcd and made to stand the hard
lhe> are 2/2 yards lon«—made up wear—A I'AIK $6.95
with tli<- beat of cotton batting ||,| dj lr k gray w»«l hlanketH, »arae
and material BACH $-"».i:» v a |,,, V( . a I'AIH . $9.85
Factor] made comforters—heavy 12/1 dark gray wool hlanketH. same
„,„,,;„ niled i UM a- above- A I'AIK 511.45
Colville, Washington
UITRAY XOTICB, iKhi houldei «• i-i.i ■'■• ■. 1 '."""" 1?;, n
HUtc ... Washington, count) ol HM On< Imj mare t>i led '•' '"' Wl
„,,,. ctt: '..Hiii... m. „ uuid( ■•■■"-■ weight r»»
Notlci li lnr.'.y given, thai hi pui ] i'l* , .... „h ,
Huunca of ordinance number ninety one One black mart branded K. '"-'"
..f the city of Rolvllle, Wa«hln«tor I >• ''" "" i 1""1"- „,,.,u
liMki- taken vii miul Impounded in the Tl rnw or uwnera or Mam amiuu
imon i....j ■ r ■ ilty, the follow i cull ami prove nwiierahlii *n*PW
Inil di'icrlbeii anlmaU found runnlnK co»u of Impounding and taK* •»•"••"
nt Imrire In »ald olty, contrary to the ll ) ' i ■' idvertUed and mho •>• •
provision! of »niij brdlnanoe, towll cnrdlnK ■" h'"'' ordinance,
One i.luck and white com and «.••• 11. i> r >t• • I olvllle, Wa»hin*ton, this
iiranded •»>> on riKiii ■ boulder. i mi, day ul Bepterabei 1921.
out- :i \ car ..lii hlaok belfer, c on lefl i i.\\i. I'KKHAS,
ihonlil. i t ,. j e j o ( p 0 ||oe
One i.b.v horee, branded M on rlßht dolvllle, Waehlnaton
Sound-* 1"' "X" "; ''■""■ W Kirn publication, Beptemhe, II I*ll
One rray mart, hranded 2 »Heway> I-"" September 23, l»Il
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