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The Colville examiner. (Colville, Wash.) 1907-1948, July 15, 1922, Image 2

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The Younger Generation
of Business Men
mm to In' turning instinctively to
"The Friendly Bank." During the
past few months this tendency has
been particularly noticeable—and we
want to welcome them all most
cordially!
There IS a spirit of friendliness here
which young men enjoy—just as their
sisters and their elders do. There is
also practical conservatism which will
always support them not only with
financial facilities but sound, work
able advice as well.
Colville Loan and Trust Company
COLVILLE, WASHINGTON
AUTO REPAIRING and
LATHE WORK
AUTO SUPPLIES AND MAXWELL CAR PARTS
AUTO SPRINGS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS
BRAKE LINING, ALL SIZES FROM 1% to 4 INCHES
CYLINDER HEAD GASKETS
For Maxwell, Oakland and Chevrolet Cars
LEE, FABRIC AND PUN( TUREPROOF, TIRES
City Garage
FLECHSIG BROS.
/ <d^3^? MONUMENTS
ffl ° \\f ft mA ' "i; cemetery lots
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dHG|| I C^E supplj we have fotae extra good 01
-. 'f 1 f^f I'erinjfK for summer and fall delivery.
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OVERHAULING AND REPAIRING
ALL MAKES OF CARS
ACETEYLENE WELDING
LATHE WORK OF ALL KINDS
ONLY COMPETENT WORKMEN IN CHARGE OF
OF ALL WORK
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
COLUMBIA GARAGE
Phone 1065 Geo. L. Rioth Colville
LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS—RING AND POST BINDERS
RULED FORMS -BLANK HU.F.RS AT RXAMIMW
KELLER HARDWARE GO.
"The Hardware Store"
SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT
Will cover more surface and last longer, making
. it really cheaper than cheap paint
Floorlac for floor finish
Dekarato, a cold or hot water kalsomine
Valspar
"The Hardware Store"
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, July 15, 1922
COURTHOUSE AND
COUNTY NEWS
Items of Interest in Stevens
County, Richest in the
Northwest
Petition has been filed by I. J.
Lwswell in the superior court asking
that he be appointed administrator
of the estate of George Morgan, who
died here June SO. He left real
and personal property in the county.
Petition has been filed by Michael
Rife for the probate of the will of
his deceased wife, Lena Rifel, who
died June 22. Deceased left prop
erty in this county subject to probate.
Decree approving final report and
order of administration has been en
tered in the estate matter of Norris
Wallace.
The official bonds of William Rich
ardson, John Huber ami Edwin Pen
zig, as directors of drainage district
No. 4, Addy, have been filed with the
clerk of the superior court .
B. A. Cure, as administrator of the
estates of William Lehrke and Mary
Cure, has filed bond of .SSOO with the
clerk of the superior court.
Notice to creditors has been order
ed given in the matter of the estate
of H. D. Harms, deceased.
Word was received by County Clork
E. J. Tremblay of the parole of the
following persons from the Eastern
hospital for insane at Medical lake:
Mable McCrea, Hunters; H. T. Cur
ry, .Marcus; Huth Addington, Chewe
lah.
Action has been instituted by James
W. (iood against the Colville Val
ley Lumber company, a corporation,
to recover judgment in the amount
of $660, together with interest, at
torney fees and costs. It appears
from the complaint that on May 1,
Mr. Good commenced to perform
labor for said company, as manager
of the planing mill at Colville, at
the request of J. C. Barline, treas
urer of said company, the labor
being .-o performed being rendered
in and about said planing mill and
dry kiln in planing and manuacturing
lumber which was owned by said de
fondant. The amount of lumber that
was manufactured and planed during
the time Mr. Good worked for said
corporation amounted to approxima
tely 40,000 feet, upon which said
lumber has been filed a lien. Mr.
Good asks that the sheriff of Ste
vens county be appointed receiver of
said lumber during the pendency of
the action.
At a meeting of the game commis
sion held in Colville Tuesday evening
H. T. Wentz was elected chairman.
The other members of the board are
J. C. Wilson, Kettle Falls; C. A.
■Johnson, Chewelah; C. J. Rhode, sec
retary. Mr. Rhode is also superin
tendent of the fish hatchery.
The sheriff's office is sending no
tices to all persons in Stevens coun
ty who have not paid their poll tax.
The tax is past due. Unless the tax
is paid by the 20th of August the
sheriff will be compelled to take ac
tion.
Four bodies have been found float
ing in the Columbia river during 1 the
past three weeks. One was found
near The Dalles, Oregon, June 30. It
was the body of a man about 35
years old who had been murdered
and thrown into the river. He had
been de^d about 20 hours when
found. About three weeks ago a
body was found at Hunters. He had
l>een murdered and so badly muti
lated that identification was impos
oible. Lust week a body was seen
in the river near Daisy on this side
of the river, but it floated across
to the Ferry county side before it
could be taken out. It had been in
the water so long that the hair had
all come off. Identification was im
possible as no papers were found on
him. Hi had evidently been robbed
of everything as his pockets were
inside out. Burial \v;:s made in
Ferry county. Friday a body was
seen floating in the river above
Marcus, but it could not be found
when a means of rescue arrived.
The next regular state teachers'
examination will he conducted by
Superintendent W. 0. Cummings at
the high school building on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, August
.'!, 4, and 5. Applications for re
newal ot certificates should be made
at this ;ime, also.
The Columbia river this week had
dropped to about 5 feet below high
water mark, and the current is not
quite so strong as at the high stage
when it exceeded 20 mile.- an hour.
Not much timber is floating down
the river this summer.
George Harris, state game warden
for eastern Washington, and Col. W.
W. Robertson, editor of the Yakima
Republic, were Colville visitors Mon
day, making a tour of the north
east counties. Mr. Harris has been
investigating game conditions, and
conferring with sportsmen as to their
opinions on game laws and their en
forcement. Col. Robertson, who is
one of the veteran editorial writers
of the state, was making his first
trip through the Okanogan country.
An order setting aside the sale of
the Colville Valley Coal Co. property
to Fred B. Grinnell has been issued
in Spokane county, and the property
will be resold soon. Stockholders of
the company protested against the
sale of the property for $25,000 and
declared the notices of the sale had
not complied with the statute, that
Mr. Grinnell was in reality an agent
of W. S. Rogers, who was interested
in the company, and that he was get
ting property for $25,000 which the
stockholders had expended $50,000
in developing. Judge Webster sign
ed an order setting aside the sale
with the findings that the notice of
sale was not sufficient.
The News of Greenwood
Mrs. Rickers and daughters of
Bluecreek spent a few days this week
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F.
Sargent.
Ralph Walston had the misfortune
to fall down cellar one day last
week. Fortunately he escaped with
a few bruises.
Among the Colville shoppers Sat
urday were Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ben
der, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lynn, G. C.
Walston and sons and Grace Wheel
er.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bender attend
ed church at Kettle Falls Sunday
evening.
Miss Caryl White is home from
Spokane to spend the summer with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
White.
E. R. Lynn and family, Mrs. F.
Gordon, J. C. Lynn and family were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lynn
Sunday.
Mr. Curr is on the sick list this
week.
Saturday night a dance was given
at Pleasantview ranch in honor of
Mrs. Walston's sister Mrs. J. T. Hall
and Miss Grace Wheeler. A large
crowd was in attendance. Mrs. Hall
left Sunday for her home in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sperry and little
Klizabeth Ann of Colville visited
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
It. E. Walston.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Walston called
at the L. L. Harlow ranch Sunday
afternoon.
Mrs. J. B. Miller, Mrs. F. Mark
and daughter spent Tuesday with
Mrs. S. H. Bender.
Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre and son
Alfred of Gig Harbor arrived Tues
day at Edgewood ranch where they
will spend the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Walston. They expect to
locate here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gordon picked
cherries at the S. A. Lynn place
Tuesday.
W. C. Leithead sold two of his
milk cows and calves to P. H.
Stewart for the sum of $250.
E. H. Walston delivered a veal to
Colville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harlow were
Colville shoppers Tuesday.
G. Nelson took cream to Meyers
Falls Tuesday.
BLACK LAKE NEWS
(From S. G. Constantine)
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shea, Miss
Virginia Shea, Clayton Shea, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Lee and son Robert of
Spokane composed a party that had
splendid success fishing during the
past week.
C. J. Rhode, L. S. Harbison and
Miss Esther Theis brought spawn
stock to the lake one day last week,
75,000 trout.
Bert Sanders, J. A. Faurot, Lester
Faurot spent the Fourth at the lake.
They had splendid success.
P. B. Stayers, D. J. Lorch, L. A.
Lorch of Colfax fished at the lake
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Weaver, Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. Robinson and children
Homer and Helen, and Forrest Clark
of Spokane were guests at the lake
recently.
Mr. and Mrs. fL J. Jones of Santa
Monica, Cal., N. L. Carle of Sharon,
Pa., Miss Evelyn Loucks of Colville
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Loucks
of Spokane spent the Fourth at the
lake fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crandall and
daughter Clara Jean, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Oglesbee and Roland Fitch
composed a fishing party thnt spent
the Fourth at the lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Louigi Campodoro
and daughter Antoinette and son
Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis G.
Rosetti visited with Mrs. Simpson on
the Fourth.
Thos. Aspend, H. T. Wentz, Albert
Keough fished with good success on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Folger,
Misses Thelma Fosley, Lillian and
Lucille Fosley, Charles Singleton,
Art, Louis and Ray Folger, picnicked
at the lake Sunday. They spent the
afternoon swimming and fishing.
Dr. and Mrs. Sherman L. Devine
and daughter Mary, and Mrs. Ethel
[ WHEN YOU ENTER | *
\ —there is one thing that every officer
I and employee of this bank desires you
to feel a friendly atmosphere
Friendliness must be a part of bank
ing service, for without it there can
; not be that close co-operation which
: alone makes lasting results possible.
Be your account small or large, it is
Jl here both welcome and appreciated.
|| As we are permitted to serve you, we
II serve our community. \
II The Fir^t National Bank I
I Colville, Washington
M. Gordon of Spokane are spending
n week at the lake.
Mrs. C. B. Simpson and children
left Sunday for Kellogg.
PALMER SIDING NEWS
(Too late for last week-)
Colville Valley grange met in reg
ular session last Saturday night.
About forty members and two visi
tors were present. During the lec
ture hour Mr. Durdle demonstrated
the making of sheaves for exhibit at
the fair. Margaret Johnson played
a piano solo. The usual refresh
ments were served and a social time
./as enjoyed by all.
The grange picnic on Mill creek
ihe Fourth was not so well attended
as that of last year, but forty people
were present and we had a splendid
lime. There were lots of good things
to eat including plenty of ice cream
nd lemonade.
A school meeting for the purpose
of voting on consolidation with Col
ville district was held at the Red
tchool house on Wednesday. There
were nineteen votes for consolida
tion and thirty-one against it.
ITEMS FROM HOMESTEAD
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Morrow ai'e
the proud parents of a boy, born
June 25.
Mrs. William K. Lewis, who was
called to Missouri last spring by the
death of her father, returned home
the 19th of June.
Miss Florence Foster has return
ed to the home of her grandparents
after spending the Fourth at the
home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Foster of Daisy.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrow are re
joicing over the arrival of a new
daughter, bom June 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Palmer and
children Adele and Fred E. returned
to their home in Spokane Sunday af
ternoon after spending the week at
the home of Mr. Palmer's sister Mrs.
A. L. Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Denney had visi
tor over the Fourth from Ritzville.
Mrs. Denny's two brothers and two
sisters motored through in the
Thorns car.
Mr. and Mrs. Pyles of Seattle were
over the Fourth visited at the home
of Mrs. Pyle's father, Amos Trum^
bull.
Frank and Fred Baker were pleas
antly surprised last week by the ar
rival of their sister, niece and fam
ily from Nebraska. The party was
two weeks driving through in the
Ford car.
Miss Agnes Foster left Sunday for
Spokane and Blanchard, Idaho, for a
two-weeks visit with friends and
relatives.
Hugh Tennant and son Stanley of
Pasco were Fourth of July visitors
at the home of Mr. Tennant's daugh
ter, Mrs. E. Fogg.
Robert Seney of Big Bend country
spent the Fourth with his brother,
W. E. Seney.
G. L. and A. L. Foster, Fred
Palmer and Walter Artman motored
to Starvation lake Sunday morning
and each made his catch of perch
in no time.
Miss Elizabeth Geddis of Spokane
spent a couple of days last week
with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Foster and
family.
PAID ADVERTISING
DOROTHY DEXTER
Colville, Wash.
Republican
Candidate for Auditor
Subject to the Republican Primary
September 12, 1922
LUDWIG P. JOHNSON
Colville, Wash.
Republican
Candidate for Sheriff
of Stevens County
Subject to primary of Sep. 12, 1922.
JOHN R. HUNTER
Candidate for Sheriff
on Republican Ticket
Subject to Primary Sep. 12
D. H. ULRICH
Republican
Candidate for Auditor
of Stevens County
Subject to Primary Election Sept. 12
P. H. GRAHAM
of Boundary
#
Candidate for
County Commissioner
Second District
Democratic Ticket
PRISCILLA DEAN HATS FOR
GIRLS
Now located in the old stand 138
E. Astor.
Hats, Coats, Suite, Skirts, Ever
wear Hosiery.
MRS. DURKEE'S
THE NEW SHOP
138 E. Astor Cojvj||«

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