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NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS METHOW -OKANOGAN --RITI-'= DISTRICT AND OKEH DIVISION OF METHOW - OKANOGAN RECLAMA. TION DISTRICT NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVENS, That on Monday, March 19, 1945 at 10 A.M. M. at the I.O.O.F. Hall in the Town of Brewster, _ Washington, the following lands wilt be sold at auction to the highest bidder for cash: Lots 8 and 9 Brewster Orchard Tracts, Section 31, Township 31, N. Range 25 E.W.M.o containing l0 acres or more. NW Section 12, Township 30 North Range 24, E.W M., less a tract of land containing 7.52 acres more or less, be- ing all of that portion of the South, 600 feet of the East 800 feet of the SEZ of the NW. containing 152 acres more or less, in said tract. All lands are free from bonded in- debtedness and county taxes. There are no appurtant water rights to the lands. Lands can be irrigated by pumping from the Columbia River. All of the following lands in the Okeh Division (formerly Okeh Irriga- tion District) of the Methow-Okanog- an Reclamation District will also be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the same time and place. The tracts are all good farm land and situated on Brewster Flats and can he irrigated by pumping from the Columbia River. The district has no bonded or war- rant indebtedness, or county taxes on lands-listed for sale. On all sales .of $10.00 or less pur- chaser to pay for the drawing of the deed. The lands will be sold by blocks and by tracts as listed below. Any party interested in bidding on two or more of the adioining tracts may do so by submitting an acceptable bid to the directors of said district prior o" day of said sale. A five per cent deposit will he required .to accompany such acceptable bid. Tax No. 4, Beginning at a point 1776.6 feet northerly from the South- east corner of rWNE, Section 36, Township 31, Range 24 E.W.M., meas- ured along the east line of said tract which line bears north 0 deg. 9' west; thence north along said east line 522.63 feet; thence 89 deg. 45' west, 893 feet; thence south 11 deg 35' east 533.3 feet; thence north 89 deg. 45' east 785 feet to the point of beginning, and con- taining 10.07 acts, more or less. W 1/NE SE NE, containing 5 acres, in Section 2, Township 30, Range 24, E.W.M. EI/2NENEI, Section 7, Township 30, Range 25, E.W.M., containing 20 acres. NWNENE, Section T, Town- ship 30, Range 25, E.W.M., containing 10 acres. Land In The Name Of Okeh Irrigation DistHdt " BLOCK 1 Lot 2 (SENE), in "Sedtion 36, Township 31, Range 24, E.W.M., now being described as Tax No. 1,'Tax No. 2, Tax No 3, and containing 88.98 acres, more or less. Lot 4, Section 31, Township 81 North Range 25, E,,NV.M., containing 9.60 acres, more or less. Lot 5, Section 81. Township 31, North Range 25, ..W.M.0 containing 10.68 acres more or less. Lot 6, Section 31, Township 31, North Range 25, E.W.M., containing 7 53 acres, more or less. Lot 7, Section 31, Township31, North Range 5, E.W.M., containing 12.50 acres ,more or less. Lot i, Section 36, Township Sl, North Range 24, E.W,M., containing 4.71 acres more or less. Lot 2, Section 36, Township 31, North Range 24, E.W.M., containing 5.13 acres, more or less. Lot 3, Section 36, Township 31, North Range 24, E.W.M., containing 9.32 acres, more or less Lot 4, Section 36, Township 31, North Range 24, E.W,M., containing 9.77 acres ,more or less. Lot 5, Section 36, Township 31, North Range 24, E.W.M., containing 9.27 acres more or less Lot 6, Section 35, Township 31, North Range 24, E.W,M., less I acre in SV corner and containing 8.27 acres, more or less. Lot 7, Section 36, Township, 31, North Range 24, E.W.M,, containing 9.70 acres, more or less. Lot 8, Section 86, Township 31, North Range 24, E,W.M., containing 9.68 acres, more' or less. Lot 9, Section 86, Tewnahlp 81, North Range 24, E.W.M., contsinlng 9.60 acres, more or less. Southwesterly 5 acres more or less of Lot 3, Section 31, Township Sl, ]qrth Range 25, E.W.M. BLOCK 2 Lot 1, Section 31, Township 81, North Range 25, E.W.M., containing 5.50 acres, more or less. . ,, . Lot 10, Section 31, Township 81, " North Range 25, E.W.M., containing :i  =73 acres more or less. BLOCK 8 = Lot ,3 Section 8 Tow.chip L :    "--'O'" Range 25, E.W.M. contain, ing 4.08 acres, more or less. Lot 40, Section 6. Township 80, "::= Range 25, E.W.M. containing 7.70 acres ' := L BLOCK 4 Lot 44, Section 6, Twonship 80, North Range 25, E.W.M., containing 8.37 acres more or less. BLOCK 5 Lot I (NENEA), in Section I, Township 30, Range 24, E. W.M., now being described as Tax No. 1 and Part of Tax No. 2, containing 40.16 acres, more or Less. Lot 2 (NWNE), Less Road, in Section I, Township 30, Range 24, E. W. M., now being described as Part of Tax No. 2, Tax No. 3, Tax No. 4, Tax No. 7, Tax No. 10 and Tax No. 11, containing 39.33 acres, hore or less Tax No. 5, Beginning at the North- east corner of SE, Section 1; thence south 589 feet; thence west 739.5 feet; thence north 589 feet; theses east 739; feet to the point of beginning in Section 1, Township 30, Range "24, E.. W.M., and Containing 10 acres, more or less. SENE, in Section 1, Township 30, Range 24, E. W. M., containing 40 acres. SW A NE. in Section 1, Township 30, Range 24, E.W.M. less portion ly- ing west county road containing 82 acres more or less. BLOCK 6 Lot 41, Section 6, Township 30, Range 25, E.W.M BL'OCK 7 Lot 42, Section 6, Township 30 North Range 25, E.W.M. containing 7.45 acres more or less. BLOCK 8 S of Lot 4 (NWNW%), Less Road, in Section 5, Township 30, Range 25, E.W.M., containing 27.61 acres, more or less. NW1/SWNW, in Section 5, Township 30, Range 25, E. W. M., containing 10 acres. BLOCK 9 SW K SW  NW , in Section 5, Township 30, Range 25, E W.M., con- taining 10 acres. Brewster Orchard Tracts Section 6, Township 30, Range 25 E. W. M. Lot I, containing 12.98 acres, more or less. S/ of Lot 2, less tract c4 land 208 feet square in southwest corner and containing 3.20 acre, more or less. Lot 3, Less road, containing 5.30 acres, more or less Lot 4, containing 9.26 acres, mole or less. Lot 5, except .99 acre above high- way, lees road, and containing $.75 acres, more or less. Lot 6, less road, containing 5.04 " acres, more or less. " Lot 16, containing. 7.48 acres, more or less. Lot 45, containing 10.65 acres, more or less. Lot 49, ontaining 11.06 acres, more or less. Lot 50, containing 5.04 acres, more or less. Northerly 300 feet of Lot 54, con- tair, ing 3.90 acres, more or less. Northerly part of Lot 56, being aP- proximately the northerly 80 feet. con- taining .92 acres, more or less Northeasterly part of Lot 57, being approximately 0 feet on the east, 310 feet on the south, 300 feet on the west and 264 feet on the northeasterly side, and containing 1.40 acres, more or lees. Lot 59, containing 12.26 acres, more or less. Lot 60, containing 10.70 acres, more or less. West 300 feet of Lot 6I, containing 5.50 acres, more or less. Lot 62, containing 8.95 acres, more or less. Lot 63, Less road, containing 7.15 acres, more or less. Lot 64, Less road, containing 8.10 acres more Or leee. Lot 65. containing. 8.80 acres, me or rless. Lot 66. eontainlng 5.25 acres, more or less. Lot 67, Less road ,containing 6.28 acres, more or less. Lot 68, except 2 acres in SW corn- e: and containing 6.52 a'es, more or less. Lot 69, containing 7.14 acres, more or lees. Lot 70. containing 9.60 acres, more or less. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, That as soon as preliminary matters can be taken care of thc Methow-Okanogan Reclamation District and its several divisions will be dissolved. Any party whose title to lands with- in the district is involved with the district should have the title cleared up hy acton of the board of directors through their attorney Mr. Chas. John- son of Okanogan, befoe the district is dissolved METHOW-OKANOGAN RECLAMA- TION DISTRICT W. D. CRANDALL, Pres. ROY R. SMITH, Sac. March 8-15 JOHN HANCOCK, OKANOGAN, WN. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF PETER JESSEN, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Letters of Administration on the Es- tate of Peter Jessen, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, on the 6th day of March, 1945, by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required to serve them with the 1ecessary vouchers upon me at Ozo- villa, Washingvon, or upon m attorn- ey, John Hancock, at Okanogan, Wash- ington, within eix months after the date of the first publication of this no- tice; to-wit: within six months after the 8th day of March, 1945, and file the same with the Clerk of this Court. together with proof of such service, or they shall be forever barred. Dated at Oroville, Washington, this 6th day of March, 1945. C. S ADAM, Administrator of the Estate of Peter Jessen, deeeased JOHN HANCOCK, Attorney for Administrator Okanogan Title Building, Okanogan, Washington March 8, 15, 22 NOTICE OF ESTRAY -qALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Leslie G. Wanner on the 1st day of No- vember, 1944, took up and now keeps at his ranch near Carlton, Wash., the following astray steer: 1 steer; age 2 years, Hereford ; branded S M with quarter circle under- neath; both ears cropped. Said astray will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at the L. G. Wea- ner ranch on Benson -Creek, halfway between Twisp and Carlion on the 26th day of March, 1945, at the hour of 8 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, unlace the owner thereof, or his legal represtative, shall appear, prior to that time, and make out his title and pa all charges against eaid astray. Date of first publication of this no- tice, March 8, 1945. Registered January 20, 1945. COLEMAN R. WALLS, County Auditor By JANE PROFIT, Deputy March 8-15c NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Harry Ecb on the 13th day of Decem- ber, 1944, took up and now keeps at his ranch at Disaute, Wash., the fol- lowing astray heifers. 1 hif, er, 2 years old; red and white; no visible brands; both ears cropped; bob tailed. 1 heifer 2 years old ; red with brockle face;, branded HD ioined on left hip; no ear marks. Said estrays will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at the Harry Erb ranch one-fouth mile south of Disau- tel, Wash., on the 27th day of March, 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 I make out his title and pay all charges against said astray. Date of first publication of this no- tice March 8, 1945. Registered February 19, 1945. COLEMAN R WALLS. County Auditor By JANE PROFIT, Deputy March 8-15c NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Glen Cook on the 15th day of Decem- ber, 1944, took up and now keepe at the Joe Snider ranch at Monse, Wash., the following astray cow and calf: 1 6-year-old cow, red and white face, branded HE connected on left hip and ID on right hip; left ear cropped and split and right ear underbit, Bangs tested. 1 last spring calf; red and white face; no brands, no ear marks. Said estrays will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at the Joe Snider ranch at Monse, Wash., on the Srd day of April, 1945, aV the hour of 11 o'- clock in the morning of said day, un- less the owner thereof, or his legal rep- resentative, 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 March 15, 1945. Registered February 27, 1945. COLEMAN R. WALLS, County Auditor By JANE PROFIT, Deputy March 15, 22c 'INJURY APPEAL HEARD The appeal of David W. Payne of Oroville, relative to an injury Lot 19, containing '/153 acres, more to his eyes while working in Me- or less Lot "20, containing 7.12 acres, more attle in 1942, was heard Tuesday or less. . ...... before a joint board of the De- Lot 22, except the northeasterly e.o I . . feet, and containing 8.53 acts, more [ partment o Laoor and IndUstries, or less. . .. [in the court room at Okanogan, Lot 30, eont e*e acres, more or less: [Tuesday. John Hancock ]s attorn- Lot 31, containing 12.43 acres, morally for Payne. or less. I Lot 32, containing 8.50 aorm, more I or less 8.2 are morIPHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE Lot "33, eontaininB \\;or l,u, [ HERALD-REPORTR MARCH 15, 1945 ; ..... RAT,O00 , " "" ..iI,CARIBOU. THEATRE I CALENDAR ............. " ANNOUNCEMENT /' LASB 00M'E00"T';N;GHT r Pro=pF" t::,t "r  '' ,',,' ' ', , Blue B2  ' valid through March 31. " I Blue stamps C2 through G2 valid through April 28. Blue stamps H2 through M2 !II THURSDAY MARCH lq valid through June 2. WILSON'S ELECTRIC BAKERY WILL Blue stamps N2 through $2 a i-- 0 00ORPOW00L00 Meat, Butter, Cheese, Book4 I'IuNDAY MARCH 19 |1| SENSATIONS OF 1945 ] valid through March 31. ' IB " PUS THE FEATURE i Red stamps T5 through X 5 are ' q' valid through Apr. 28. Red stamps Y5 through D2 are valid through June 2. Red stamps E2 ,through J2 are valid through Junt 30. Shoea, Book 3 Airplane stamps I, 2, 3 valid in- definitely. Gasoline .... Unendorsed coupons invalid... A14 coupons expire March 21. A15 coupons valid March 22. Fuel Oil Period 1-5 coupons are valid through August 31. Maximum us to March 12 of total yearly ra- tion should not exceed 68 per cent in Western Washington and 80 per cent in Ceatral Washing- ton. Wood, Coal, Sawdust Dealer determines delivery pri- ority from consumer's written statement of annual needs and quantity on hand. Price Overcharges: Report to pric, e .clerk of local OPA board. Rent Control: All rented dwell irgs must be registered and the changes in tenancy reported. MARRIAGE LICENSES Applications for marriage licen- ses were made to the county aud- itor this week by the following: William S. Riley, 71, and Lure Wallace, 64, both of Croak. Their witness was Minnie M. Pederson. Arthur M. Koepke, 26. Okan- ogan and Florence Jorgens, 19, Croak. Their witness was Bessie Koepke. Jess L. McClung, 22, and Ruth L. Henry, 18, both of Nespelm. Their witness was W. L. Bell. Bruce R. Perry, 23, US. Army and Ruth Wadkins. 17, Omak. Their witness was Carrie Wad- kiss. * Andrew Stone's new musical, "Sensations of 1945" which made its debut at the Caribou Theatre last night has everything one wo- uld want from a musical--and more. It has a splendid east head- ed by Eleanor Powell (Miss Taps, herself), with Dennis O'Keefe, W. C. Fields, C. Aubrey Smith, Sophie Tucker, Eugene PalletS, Mimi Forsythe, David Lichine in solid supporting rolls. It has two of the top swing bands in the country, Woody Herman and his hi-dt-ho-ness of swing, Cab Cal- loway. It has some of the finest circus acts in the entire world and it has nine of the snappiest, gayest tunes a foot-lods'e jitter- bug ever shook a foot to. A thrilling story of the patrio- tism of a young French girl dur- ing the France-Prussian War is told in RKO Radio's "Mademoi- selle Fifi,"starring Simone Simon with John Emery and Kurt Kreu- get featured in support. It seems Henry Aldrich' will never grow up. Unlike Andy Har- dy, Henry remains adolescent. This is the seventh time Jimmy Lydon has played Henry. For the seventh time also John Litel and Olive Blakeney play his parents and Hugh Bennett directs him. But his present screen girl friend Joan Mortimer, has been teamed with him only once btffore. Jimmy's latest picture has to do with a baby minding agency which he starts as a means of ih- proving his financial status. ,Be- fore heffets through he finds him self in'the position of having to hide one of his small clients from ,the law. That's why the picture is called "Henry Aldrich's Little Se- cret." It's currently showing at the Caribou Thtatre, March 16-17. Lynn Bari, Jack Oakie and Linda Darnell. are starred with Benny Goodman in the film, "Sweet and.Low-Down." This is tht first time in filn history that a swing band leader is actually starred above the Hollywood play ers featured with him. And as soon as he complttes the musical, Goodman hopes to create a new record--for .the number of army camps he plans to tntereain on his forthcoming U. S. O. tour. Once again 20th Century-Fox has delved-into the rich lore of a great American tradition and has come up with a picture that is at once a great, heart-warming ex- perience as well as triumph of ,thrillingly exciting entertain- ment. Gloriously filmed in Techni- color, and featurin$ Walter Bran nan, Lon McCalhster, Jeanne Crain. Charlotte Greenwood, June Hayer and an outstanding supporting cast, "Home in Indi- ana," will be shown at tht Cari- bou Theatre Sunday and Monday, March 18-19. Your patronage was deeply appreciat- edin the past and you can be assured that we will endeavor to turn out the best quality products possible;. We treasure your continued patronage and good will. Wiis0n's Electric Bakery ERNIE LINDER, Prop. BREWSTER HONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. $7 , NOW OPEN IRMA'S BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENTS Machineless Machine Shampoo Fingerwaves * Manicuring PHONE 67R BREWSTER MLLE. FIFI WITH SIMONE SIMON AND KURT KREUGER FRI.- S00T. MARCH 16- 17 LYNN BARI AND BENNY GOODMAN IN SWEET AND LOWDOWN H00RY ALDRICH'S LITTLE SECRET . SUN.-MON. M00RCH 18-19 WALTER BRENNAN AND LON McALLISTER IN HOME IN INDIANA WED.-THURS. MARCH 21-22 JACK HALEY AND HARRIET HILLIARD IN TAKE IT BIG PLUS THE FEATURE MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON THIS 'SHOULD BE OF to IN 1!}42 ONLY00210 ACRES In 1942 only 210 ACRES of orchard in the district from MALOTT to OROVILLE were Sprayed exclusively with SHELL SUMMER OIL SPRAYS -- SHELL MEDOL LIGHT SOLUBLE and SHELL TOXONA EXTRA LIGHT. IN* 1944 One-Fourth of ALL In 1944 just slighty less than ONE-FOURTH of ALL the orchard acreage in that entire district was sprayed EXCLUSIVF-t.Y with SHELL SUMMER OIL sprays. AN IMPR'F.SlVE INCREASE IN USE. ISN'T THIS AN INDICATION THAT YOU, TOO, MIGHT GET BETTER .RESULTS AT LESS COST USING THIS TYPE SUMMER OIL SPRAY'? HERE' ARE TH REASONS---- SHELL MEDOL LIGHT used as a "sticker" or ovicide with your insecticide makes a far bet- ter strickly FILM TYPE cover that gives better control than is possible to get otherwise. Far easier on tree and fOliage due to their being LIGHT OILS. This is an accepted fact. MUCH MORE ECONOMICAL, Although it costs no more per gallon than other mineral oil sprays, yet it contains gpproximately 17 per cent more killing effectiveness than 'white emulsion: mineral oil sprays. This means a less dosage per 100 gallons of spray does the job. Very simple to use and combines perfectly with any brand of lead arsenate or fluorine. SHELL -MEDOL LIGHT SHELL MEDOL LIGHT SOLUBLE also SHELL TOXONA EXTRA LIGHT will be available at your dealers. SHELL AGENT BREWsTER WN. J. H. TYI00I00ELL CO. PHONE 202 OKANoGAN, WASH. PHONE 1897 WENATCHEE, WASH. BEN BROWN WHOLESALE ONLY JIM TYRRELL