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PAG 6 HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON JANUARY 4, 1945 DR. sTOUT TO PORTLAND BRIDGEPORT- Dr. H. B StoUt has been absent from his Bridgeport and Mansfield offices the past ten days. He was called to Portland by the illness and death of hL mother He is expect- ed back the last of the week. A quick way o make apple- sauce is to quarter the apples and cook until soft in just enough water to keep them from scorch- ing. Run through the colander and add a lewd grains, of lt and su- gar to taste, If the apples are not very flavorful, spices: may be used but add them with a light hand. Add nutmeg just before srving; it give, a bitter flavor to apple- sauce if it stands. To get the most food value from potatoes, boil them in their skins. The skins can then be eas- ily and quickly removed, and the potatoes erved Pars]led, mashed, creamed, hash-browned, or in sal- ad. y,j,,:.:=.&apos;", KEEP eAtTH - i w##, us- ***** .... ****WAR BONDS WEED BATTLE STILL GOES ON Although weed pressure against farms is continuous like the push of water against a dam, some new possibilities of fightng this men- ace look promsing, according to xeports received by I. M. Inyham, Extension agronomist at the State College of Washington. In a report from Dr. M. A. Mc- Call, USDA specialist, the expert said research progress in the de- velopment of new herbicides make him optimst!c about winning the "weed battle." "We may actually be on the verge of finding our magic weed- control formula," Dr. McCall said. "One might be inclined to be- lieve',' he said, "that if a little of the plant-growth regulatng chemicals are good for plants, more wduld be better Actually in this case more is disastrous, and instead of being stimulated to greater rsponse the plant is kill- ed. And the surprising thing is that 'more' s still a very small quantity as we usually think of weed killers." Dr. McCall was not recommend- ing any new chemicals to farmers but was calling 'attention to a promising future in the control of Weeds with this new type chemi- cal.. "But even though ultimately we may find an ideal herbicide, I be- lieve our primary reliance must be on preventing and controlling in- festations through good farming ,-timely tillage, weedfree seed good rotations,, preventing ship- ment of contaminated  creep heed and feed," said Dr. McCall BROKEN LEG Mrs. Martin Wick of Brewster had the misfortune to fall and break her leg on New Years Day. Record crops of English wal- nuts, pecans, almonds and filberts made good tidbits to serve to New Year's callers. They are popular roasted and salted or spiced. ,k ,k ,k * 'k * 'k * * *_* /t * s OUR DEMOCRACY byM.00 JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER. VSCSB 7.mO 7- SPTEMBE 7,189 z A FARM BOY, SELF-EDUCATED, HE BECAME A POET EDITOR, LEGISLATOR.- DEVOTING HIS LATER. YEARS TO PRESENTING IN NARRATIVE AND BALLAD FORM THE L.EGENDS, TADITION AND HISTORY OF COLONIAL AMEI.ICA. SNoeo/B OUND ' Wht mtter how She ight behaved ? WhM: mailer how the north wind r.ved 9. Blow hih, blow low, not al its snow Could quench oar he&rth-flre rtuidy&bw." OUR COMMUNITY NEEDS More and better dairy cows to furnish some- thing to sell when money is needed-- the cream crop enables the farmer to cash in each week. WE WILL BUY ALL THE CREAM YOU HAVE TO SELL. OKANoGAN CREAMERY CO. OJNOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWISP AND WINTHROP iii  i1,1 ] i RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods, Book 4 Blue stamps X5 through G2 now valid No expiration date set. All previous stamps cancelled. De- stroy them < Meat,. Butter, ees'e, Bfiok 4 Red stamps Q5 tr0ug h T5"n0w valid No expiration datessit: All previous stamps cancelled.'Iestroy them. Sugar, Book 4 " Sugar stamp 34 valid for 5 pounds. New sugar stamp due February" 1. All pi, evious stamps and cou- pons cancelled Shoes, Book 3 Airplane stamps 1, 2, 3, valid indefinitely. Gasoline Unendorsed coupons invalid. ,4.14 coupons, 4" gallons each, valid to March 21. " ' -: Fuel Oil Period 1 and 2 coupons valid through August 31. Maximum use to January 1 of total yearly, ration sh0ilid not ex- ceaed 34 per centl in Western W'ashington and '40 per cent in Central Washington'. " True wisdom is to know What is best worth knowing.and to do what is best worth doing NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY EQUIPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ' by the Bord of County Commissiohera of Ok- anogan CoUnty, -that tke following county ', owned "equipment will be sold at public auction at the" Cobrthouse by the Sheriff f Okanuga County at 2 PM. January 22 1945: No. 53--One: 1959 f'" Ton,,Interna- tional Dump Truck With Hydraulic Hoist. "No .64----One. - 1938 1 Ton Ford V8 Dump Tlmck-With Hydraulic Hoist. No 12S--One,. 199 Ton Interns. ti0nal Pickup , No., 1 One. 1933 27-3. Ton F.W.D. "Dump Truck With Hydraulic Hoist. Underbody Blade and "Wausao V Snow Plow. No. 35 One, Kwik Mix Concrete Mixer With 1 H.P.F.M. Gas Engine. No. 0 -- One, Anthony .2-I/2 Cu. Yd. Dump Bed With Hydraulic Hoist. V. B, WHITE, Dec. 28, Jan 4-11"-1S R. E. MNSFIFD., OKANOGAN, WN. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN IN PROBATE No. 3409 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE O] WILLIS MARION BROWN, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the undersigned has been /appointed and has qualified "as Administratrix of the estate of Willis Mario Brown; De- ceased; that al persons having, claims against said deceased are hereby re- qnired to serva the same, duly verified, on said Marie Brown or her attorney of,record at the address below stated, and" file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notico: or the same wUl be barred. Date of first publication, December 7, 1944. MARIE BROWN, Administratrtx of said Estate, Brewster, Washington ]. ..ffiqSFIELI3. Attorney for Estate Okanusan, Washingtoh Dee, 7-14-21 NOTICE OF RE-SALE OF TAX TITLE PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Board of County Commissioners of Oka,ogan County, Washington, heretofore duly made and entered. NOTICE is hereby given .that the County Treasurer of Okanogan County, will on Saturday, January 6th, 1945, at the hour of ton o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the Town of Okanogan, Washington,, sell to the highest bidder for cash or on contract, the following described property situated in said Ok- anogan County, to-wit: NE% in Section 9. Twp. 30 N. Rge. 26, E.W.M. containing 60 acres more or less. for not less than $480.00. ESE in Section 1% Twp 38, N. Rge. 28 E.W.M. containing S0 acres more or ese, for not less than $80.00. 28, Twp)34 N Rge. 29. E.W.M. con- Tax No. 5 Pt. SWSE, in Seetipn raining 1.08 acres more or less for not less than $.00 W SW, NE and E/SWNE in Section 4,'Twp. 30, N. Rife. 25. and WSW. in Section 29, Twp. 31 N. Rge. 25 E.W.M. containing -120 acres more or less, for not less than $120.50. Tax No. 2 in Block 12, in Murray's 1st addition to Okanogan for not less than $10.00. Dated at Okanogan, Washingtgn, this 11th day of December, 1944. W. H. EHLERS, County Treasurer Dee 14, 21. 28e SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave C]elan .......... 7:55 A.M. Leave Patros ............ 8:28 A.M. Leave Brewster ........ 8:40 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .... 9:00 A.M. Leave Mansfield .... 9:31 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:15 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive Mansfield ...... 9:00 P.M. Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. Arrive Brewster ...... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Resldmts ABOUT THE MANY CHANGES BEING MADE IN AND ABOUT CAPITOL OLfMPIA, Jan. 3, 945  On Monday. January 8, the new leg- islature will start its session, and on Wednesday following Govern- or Langlie will move ou of the offices he has occupied for the past four years in the northeast corner of the second floor of the legislative building and Governor Wallgren will move in. Change in occupancy of the red brick gov- ernor's mansion will be made at that time too. This will bring no regrets to the Langlie family for the "mansion" is old nd not par- ticularly modern, is a difficult building to heat and maintain and most famlies are happy to ex- chnge it for a less pretentiuus residence or an up to date apart- ment. Waligren Liquor Suggestion Provlug "Hot Potato" It has been said that the an- nouncement by Governor Wail- soon after his election that he would favor modification of the liquor laws was a trial balloon and some say that such an announce- ment was payment of a political debt. Whatever these facts may be, one evident esult was he tre- nendous and overwhelming storm of protest which seemed to come from all parts of the state against any changes which would mak the sale of liquor by the drink le- gal anywhere in the state. Nu- merous and heated editorials ap- peared in many veekiy papers es- pecially and wehave observed no case in which there was support by these papers for any change. Being an astute politician, observ- ers now predict that the Governor will either modify his request to the legislature on this point or elminate it entixely in favor of some other suggestion. Chmage In Office Of State Treasurer Aad Land Commissioner For years past, the office of state treasurer has been guided by Otto Case and Walter Lincoln as his assistant. The administration has been efficient and conserva- tive. Costs hae been kept at a minimum .while volume of trans- actions have increased. This office is being taken over by Russell Fluent of Seattle, an- other democrat, a good politician and a man with a turbulent po- litical background. Otto case assumes control of the office of state land commis- sioner, an office which has for years been a point of political dis- turbance and controversy. It would seem a safe predictio that under the Case administration, there will be a smooth running staff and xoutine installed vithin six months and that there will be no criticism of management of the state timber lands. Indlcation Are That Clerical Staff Will Not Change While there will be changes of key persons in many departments and some of thee hdve been and are being announced daily, among the workers in the various offices it sems there will be less chang than usual ' when a new adminis- tration comes to Olympia. This is due in part at least, to the fact tbat new workers axe hard to get and many of those who have been trained in these departments will be invited to stay on. Some will mov about no doubt fro one department to another, and the average emplyee seems to fell less apprehension for there is no question of findiAg other employment these days. Forecasts Of Things to Come In Olympia Schools will ask for more mon- ey than four years ago when they got 50 million dollars . . . re- quests this year will perhaps hit 80 million dollars, which is a lot of cash for any purpose . . . cities are said to have a program asking for some 10 million dollars . . . old age assistance will call for an increase of pensions to a MINI- MLM of $50 per person . . . the MAXIMUM is now supposed to be $40 per month . . . there are more than 60, thousand persons on the rolls now. . you may figure this one out for yourselves . . . de- mands will be well above all cash reserves and evidences of new col- lections . . . the speaker of the house may be a man not mention- ed up to this time in the press . . . we believ the legislators will have a lot of respect for th opin- ions of the voters back home on matters of appropriations and oth- er vital measuxer .... and the vo- ters seem to appreciate this and are letting their lawmakers know what they do want.., and this is democracy and a healthy sign for the future. After all they are our representatives. Saute is just a nice word for, pan frying. To saute mans to cook meat or vegetables in a small amount of fat in pan over direct heat, until nicely browned on all sides. PORK CURING 'A RACE' Did you ver think of pork cur- ing as being a race? Meat specialists at the State College of Washington say that curing is a race between the growth of oilage germs in fresh pork and the penetration of pre- serving salt. They say that to give salt time to penetrate the meal bones and joints, fresh pork should be chilled promptly and kept cold (36 to 40 degrees) during the curing period. You can't tell by the size of a man just how he stacks up on the job. Confidende in yourself is a nec- essary step on the road to suc- cess. The less guesswork put into business the more profits taken out. If you want to test your mem- ory try to remember the things that worried you yesterday NOTICE OF POSTING OF DELIN- QUENT LIST CHINA DITCH RECLA- MATION DISTRICT ASSESSMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1944 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That list of all the assessments levied in the year 194, and now due and delinquent on-property in the China Ditch Recla- mation District, Okanogan County. Vfaohington, together with cost and interess due thereon, has been posted at dach of the three following places in said District, and that a copy of said" list is posted in the office of the Di- rectors of the China Ditch Reclama- tion District in the Town of Pateros, and in the office of the County Treas- urer of Okanogan County, at the Courthouse at Okanogan, said County nd State. The places of posting of each of the said lists in said District are as follows: One on gatepost at the Tony Hatch Une on gatepost at the J. E. MeKown xaneh, One on post near the gate of the Gordon Bonar .ranch, And unless said assessments (delin- quent) are paid prior to the 27th day of January, 194, the said real proper- ty upon which said assessmnts are s lien, will be soll at public auction at the front door oI the Courthouse in the City of Okanogan. State of Wshing- ton, beginning ,at 10:45 o'olvck A.M on said 27th day of January, "1945, to sat- isfy said assessments Wilh Cost and in- terest. W H. EHLERS. Teasurer Okanug County State of Washington Jan. 4-11-18 NOTICE OF POSTING OF DELIN- QUENT LIST LARRABEE IRRIGA- TION DISTRICT ASSESSMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1944 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That s list of all the assessments levied in the yar 1944, and now due and delinquent on property in the.Laxrabe Irrigation District, Okanogan County, Washington, together with cost . and inerest due thereon has been post, e(/ at each of the three following places in said District, and that a copy of said list is posted in the office of the Directors of "he Larrabee Irrigation District in the Towrt of Pateros, and in the office of the County Treasurer of Okanogan County, at the Courthouse at Okanogan: said County and State. The plaqes of posting of each of said lists in said District. are as follows: One copy on gatepost at the Larra- bee packing shed. One copy on gatepost at the Mal- colm Murray ranch One copy on post near the Blackhall cable crossing. And Lnless said delinquent assessments are paid prior to the 27th day of .Tanu- ary, 1945. the said rea property upon which said assessments are a lien. will be sold at public auction at the front door of the ;Courthouse in the City of Okanogan, State of Washington, be- ginning at 10:45 o'clock A.M. on said 27th day of January, 1945 to satisfy said assessments with costs and inter- st. W. H. EHLERS. Treasurer of Okanogan County State of Washington Jan. 4-11-18 NOTICE OF POSTING DELINQUENT LIST PATEROS IRRIGATION DIST- RICT ASSESSMENTS FOR THE YEAR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that a list of all the assessments levied in 19- 44 and now due and delinquent on propy petty in.the Pateros Irrigation Distriet Okanogan County, Washington, togeth er with cost and interest due thereo, has been posted at each of the three following described places; in the said Distret, and that a copy of said list is posted in the offee of the Drectors of the Pateros Irrigation Distriet, "and. in the office of the County Treasurer of Okanogan County, at the Courthouse at Okanogan, said County and State. " The places of postin of each of the said lists in said District are as follows: One in the lobby of the Pateros Pot Of fee One on post at intersectio of Pa, terns-Petersen Road with State Road No. 10. One on post at intersection o Mof- how Avenue and Lawton Street. And unless said delinquent assessments are paid prior to the 27th day of 'anu- ary, 1945, the said real property-upon- which said assessments are a lien, will be sold at public auction at the " front door of the Courthouse in the City of Okanogan, State of Ws, shlngto: beg/n-- ning at 12:00 o'clock on the .said: 2th day pf January, 1905, to satisfy" said assessments with cost and interest W. H. EHLERS, " Treasurer of Okanogan -ounty, State of Washington Jan 4-11-18 NOTICE OF POSTING OF DF.IN- QUENT LIST OF METHOW-OKANOG- AN IRRIGATION DISTRICT (OKEH" DIVISION) . " ASSESSMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1944 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a list of all the assessments levied in 19- 44 and now due and delinquent on the property in the Methow Okanogan Ir- rigatinn District (Okeh Division), Ok- anogan .County, WaJington, together with cost and interest due thereon, has been posted at each of th;..th,ree fol- lowing described places in Said District. and that a" copy of said list is" posited in the office of the Directors" of the Methow Okanogan Irrigetion Distric (Okeh Division) and in the office of the County Treasurer of Okanbga County at the Courthouse at Okanog_n, said County ,and State. The places of posting of eaeh of the. said lists in said District, are as fol- lows : One on gatepost of the Elwood Smith ranch One on gatepost of the Josephine E. McKinley ranch One on gatepost of the W. D.Cran- dan ranch And unless said delinquent assessments ,are paid prior to the 27t h day of Janu- ary, 1945. the said real "property upon which said assessments are e lien wil] be sold at public auction at the front door of the Courthouse in the City of Okanogan. State of Washington. begin- ning at 11:30 o'clock A. M. on said 27th dey of January. 1944, to satisfy said assessments with interest and cost. r. H. EHLERS, Treasurer of Okanogan County, State Of Washngton Jan 4-II-18 When the sink drain begins to run slow, use boiling water a once to melt the grease that has accumulated on the inside of the pipes. If possible, use a rubber force c up, called "plumber's friend" to force out material that is caught in the grease. Lamb and mutton stocks .are now in fairly good supply across the nation, but in the first four months of 1945, they may ,be ex- pected to decline, Livestock indi- cationSnow point to a reduction ifi sheep numbers. ALWAYS Fat from the holiday turkey or' chicken; strained and clarified, makes excellent shortening for pie crust, cakes or cookies. Grade B eggs are definitely cheaper than Grade A and are satisfactory for most cooked dish- es, including baked dishes. For poaching, coddling or frying, the 'Grade A are best. Don't think you are the only brainy man in the business; the rest of the staff doesn't. Self-pity is the most effective narcotic yet discovered. Lille the drug habit, it grows on'one. . A man can easily s,ve twenty years, oT his life by studying the experienc of others. Nothing. will develop latent wickedness in a man faster than being watched. So long-as that' which-might have ben isn't, why worry your head-- about it ? Sometimes you need moe appearance to lubricate the wheels of business. Oil fights for freedom.., every possible drop must be conserved for essential war use. Here's how you can do your part to save and serve. 7 Practical Ideas for "Waste Chasers" 1. AVoid overheating. 65 is recommended. 2. Weatherstdp deers and windows. . Close off unused rooms. 4. Make sure thermostat is accurate. \\; 5. Close fireplacdamper when not in u 6. Lower heat at nig,,t hen away. 7. Keep humidifiers ful. " Therriault An-arlington WHOLE SALE DEAkERS PHONE 232 PATERO, WASH. HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP BREWSTER --- @ WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING RADIOS FOR REPAIR Also We're Able To Get Some Types Of Tubes PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS . . oo.. ..... . A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE : j " FOUNTAINS- THAT'S ! MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM YOUR EALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS I MEAD0WM00R DAiR00I0000]i !:i' " o WASHINGTON " ' ! "!i ,- r,, r , . _ ,. , ....... .e BUSINESS DIRI:C]'ORY ' ' ' ' , , .. - ,%r , , . ,  .. ok.o,.count, 1, L C. R. McKINLEY : Abstract Company M.D. WM. BAINES, Mgr. McKINLEY BUILDING Okanogan, Wasb. Brewster, Wasb. :: [: 1, ] "Harold B. Stout, M.D. YAROOD :; MANSFIELD j j FUNERAL HOME: Patros: Tues.. & Fri. 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