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PA@E $ HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON POLITICAL POT (Continued On Page 3) tire regulations. Home rule is on the way qut. This trend has been going on for years, but this is the first time the counties and cities have real- ly awakened .to the danger lurk- ing in the background -- absolute loss of home rule. It was some- thing to chortle over when the larger cities sat back and watched the school people strip the small school districts of all control and power over their sections. Now the shoe is on the other foot. Each step has been a segment of the whole, and now that the picture puzzle is beginning to talce shape the war is on. Sooner or later the governor will be drawn into it. Lobbying With Butter The taxpayers of the stae would have sleepless nights if they could eavesdrop here. There are certain groups, pressure organiza- tions, which apparently think mon- ey grows on trees, that it a com- modity all the sta has to do is go out and shoel up. Money means nothing, judging from the demands for sums like' $90,000,000 here, and $60,000,- 000 there, and drifting down to chicken feed in sume of $50,000, $25,000 and similar cigarette money. Incidentally, the entire lobby setup has changed here with mod- ern conditions. The most success- ful lobbyist is he whododges the hard liquor but wins friends with cigarettes and above all things, butter. Butter is developing into the finest grease for fixing the lag'is- gAzf/, #maous OREEg PWvs/e/AN of rue sEeONO C,NTOaV, k,O [ THE PHARMA elST *THE DOOTOR, f.'.-.. Dual,o T/CE MmOZE AO,S O4RM-  1  MEO/e//VAZ //.rp.ag A,,CD r//z. " //,'//,./.'-, S#Ee//e  MAat, ,., "I "ir , T?EE IN I20 BYT#E REEARCN [I I :" PHARMAi$7"S, PELI.ETIER AffD CAVENTOiJ ' =/.  ouuor,   ARISTOTL TArE PHILO,,qOP/gKR, WAO f  I )'. A@IST 1S AZ$O .4 P////-O,9OP/-/E - / ,,.)'\\;  " OF ///S ao4u,/rz /'.// I-/UM,4N/TAB/A4/ 5'ERV/OE "__  X TO O/R, " ** . OPYRIOH' 1944. d. V. CI, ARE t lative ways than all the "bug[ juice" ever poured-into this cap- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That l Cleo B. Hayse on the ist day of Octo- ber 1944, took up and now keeps at I his' ranch at Conconully, Wash., the i following estray mare: No of Animals 1; Age 4 years; Col- or Bay; Brands, 3 Right shoulder. Said astray will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at the Cleo Hayse ranch, Conconully Wash.. on the 12th day of February, 1945, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the morning of said day, unless the owner thereof, or his legal representative shall appear prior to that time, and make out his title and pay all charges agaihst said estray. Date of first publication of this no- tice January 25, 1945. V. B WHITE r ounty Audito By JANE PROFIT, Deputy Registered January 2, 1945. Feb. 1-8c NOTICE OF CLOSING OF REGISTRATION BOOKS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That a general election is to be held in each and all of the school districts in Ok- anogan County, on March 3, 1945. Tie laws of the State of Washing- ton provide for the closing of the reg- istration files in all precncts where an election is to be h.eld in each and ai of the school districts in Okanogan County, on March 3, 1945. The law of the State of Washington provide for the closing of the registra- tion files in all precincts where an elec- tion is being held for a period of 15 days preceding such election ; nOW, therefore NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That all registration books in all voting pre- cincts in each and all of said school dstricts will be closed against original registration at midnight on February 15, 1945, and remain closed for a per- iod of fifteen days preceding such election. Dated this 29th day of January, 19- 45.. V.B. WHITE, County Auditor - Okanogan County, Washington Feb 1-8c l . KEEP FAITH //g, : FVIFF VFUF SJ, l # ]t l[,w/00Ys ;; . ..- ...... ;_.:.=;.. z . .. 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Y l HIS NEWSPAPER (Z YEAR) ' MAGI00II00  11 e mlt Gzewer_ $.7S American Girl _. $.0 .American Home (2 yrs.) ..... 8.75 American Poultry Journal .... 2.65 netta Coo  Homemaking. 4.0o Child Life ..... S.75 r @mdemu ( Yn.) ..... s.oo m oumal  P's Wife.. I. Aces .... ]entm-Column Review &7$ Household ..... 2.65 ..... .7 Nattmml Digest Monthly ............ 4.00 Nature (19 I, 12 MoO ............. 4.00 Open Road (12 Iss., !4 MOO.-- 3.25 Outdoors (12 Iss, 14 MoJ .... $.25 1at Magazine 8.0 l'athfmde= ..... $.00 laltry Tribune 2.65 ]gedllk _-- 4.25 stY'= Add .25 D )AN GROUPS (Continued From Page I ens th farmer-owned and farm- er-controlled mortgage credit sys- tem in this and' other Pacific Northwest states, is made possible through operating economies of the Federal Land Bank of Spo- kane," said Secretary-Treasurer Eliot. "Savings which resulted from these economies and from the use of government funds in I previous years are being passed[ on to farmer-borrowers as part of the cooperative function of the bank." i "Established 27 years ago to give agriculture access to a per-i manent and adequate source of lone-term mortgage credit, spec- ially geared to its needs, the land bank system nationally has finan- ced more than a million farmers. "Its goal from the start has been to place ownership and con- trol entirely in the hands of the borrowers through their national farm loan, associations. Goal Has Been Reached "The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, which serves the four states of Montana, Idaho, Wash- ington and Oregon, has now real- ized that goal. During 1944 it re- paid the last block of capital stock subscribed in the early thir- ties by the Federal Government [ and funds are being accumulated[ to retire by next May 15 the last of the government's paid-in sur- plus. During the past everal years the bank also has been de- centralizing its activities, giving the NFLA boards of directors the responsibility of servicing its loans and contracts. Through this program and through refinements in operating procedures, the bank has reduced its personnel to 83 as against 441 in 1936. Savings in operating expense since that time have amounted to more than $640,000 per year." "These savings have permitted the bank to set the pace for long- time interest rates at 4 per cent on all regular loans made through national farm associations. A 10 per cent dividend to all associa- tions was declared on September 30, 1944. Through this new pro- gram and through other operating economies and sound business practices, the bank contemplates going on a permanunt dividend- paying basis." Secretary-Treasurer Eliot says RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods, Book 4 Blue stamps X5 through B2 ar valid through March 31. ,Blue stamps C2 through G2 are valid through April 28. Blue stamps H2 through M2 are valid through June2 . that all Land Bank commissioner and direct Federal Land Bank loans in Chelan, Douglas and Ok- anogan counties are serviced through the Wenatchee office. NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Norman F. chultz on the 15th day of October, 1944, took up and now keeps at his farm 11 miles N.E. of Tonasket, Wash., the following astray Roan White face steer: No of animals, 1; age, I year; color, roan "white face; brands RLM; no ear marks; no other identification marks. Said estray will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at Sehultz farm 11 miles N.E. of Tonasket, Wash., on the 29th day of January, 1945, at the" hour of 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, unless the owner thereof, or his legal representative shall appear, prior to that time, and make out his title and pay all charges against said estray. Date of first publication of this no- tice, January 18, 1945. V. B. WHITE, County Auditor By JANE PROFIT, Deputy Registered December 5, 1944. Jan. 18-25c NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Vernon Bawlf on the 1st day of Octo- ber, 1944, took up and now keeps at his ranch, Loop Loop road, Wash., the following estray horse: No. of animals, 1; age, 4 years; col- or, dark bay; brands, none a man can see; ear marks, none; other identifica- tion marks, white spot in face from above eyes to half way down nose. Two white hind feet. A white spot on end of nose. Weighs about 1175. Said estray will he sold to the high- est bidder for cash at Bawlf ranch, Loop Loop road on the 30th day of January, 1945, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock in the morning of said day, un- less the owner thereof, or his legal representative, shall appear, prior to that time. and make out his title and pay all charges against said astray. Date of first publication of this no- tice, January 18, 1945. V. B. WHITE, County Auditor By JANE PROFIT, Deputy Registered December 14, 1945. Jan 18-259 NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Joe FieLshman on the 10th day of Octo- ber, 1944, took up and now keeps at Fleishmau Bros. - Ranch, Winthrop, Wash,, the following estray gelding: No. of animals 1, age 6 or 7; color, gray or Light dapple; brands, U on left shoulder. Looks like a horse shoe. one up and one down; ear marks, none: other identifications marks, No other marks, only that he is gentle. Weight 1050 or a little more. Said estray will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at Flelshman Bros. Ranch. Winthrop, Wash, on the 31st day of January, 1945, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, unless the owner thereof, or his legal representative, shall appear, prior to that time, and make out his title and pay all charges against said estrby. Date of first publication of this no- tice, January 18, 1945. @V. B. WHITE, County Auditor By JANE PROFIT, Deputy Registered Dec. 20, 1944 Jan 18-25e In planning family expenditures for the year, plan the necessary things first, comforts next, and the luxuries last. The man who is brilliant part of the time is usually laborious all of the time. * * * * * * * * ** * FEBRUARY 8, 1945 BUY THAT EXTRA BOND NOWI . " , ,. ,. , . o,, . . , o, . ......... " i ....... TWELFTH ..... FEBRUARY TWENTY-$EOID MEMORIALS GREAT AMERICANS //. //I// ,'/1/ .. LCOL: "Let  have Faith "lntgrit 9 and :-_=- that rlgh makes . :. : firn-:mess re all - might and i, that i can promise. faith let   These, be the " -- the end, do.re fo voga, ge long or " -= do o.r duty as shrt, shll we understandtt." never Fall e." AND TO THE AMERICAN IDEAL 0F FAITH.COURAGE-INTEGRITY. HUMANITY WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THE Worthington LET RU RRGIAE, CO N:ND:RAyTIONu LTIO Meat, Butter, CAteese, Book 4 Red stamps Q5 thriugh 25 are  PROBLEMS valid through March 31. Red stamps T5 through X5 are PHONE OR CALL AT valid through April 28. Red stamps Y5 through D5 are valid through June 2. Sugar, Book 4 "f wv" " Sugar stamp 34 valid through February 28. Sugar stamp 35 valid through VALLEY MACHINE & WELDING SHOP June 2. Shoes, Book 3 PHONE 54F2 PATEROS, WASH. Airplane stamps 1, 2, 3, are " I valid indefinitely. " l !I Unendorsed coupons invalid. Do not alter 1944 license endorse- ment. Write 1945 license number on book cover only. A14' coupons, 4 gallons each are Valid to March 21. Fuel Oil . @ ' valid through August 11. Maxi- mum Use to February 5 of total yearly ration should not exceed N FROM 1 . DAILY 51 per cent in Wstern Washing- " "  Washington.tn and 63 per cent in Central | PHONE 40 OR 40R W.R. HARRIS , I MEADOWM00R DAIRY i t i: DIRECTOR];-: Leave Spokane Okanogan County 5:15 P.M. Abstract Company 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 .............. P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Conetions At Pateros For Mthow Valley 1RedIMB'I C. R. McKINLEY M.D. McKINLEY" BUILDING WM, BAINES, Mgr. Okanogan, Wash. Brewster, Wash. J 1[ 1 Harold B. Stout, M.D. YARWOOD FUNERAL HOME  MANSFIELD Pateroa: Tues. & FrL P.M PHONE OKAOGAN  88 Eva u trip By Appointment PHONE OMAK 215M