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PAGE 4 ! CHARTER NO. 9170 RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 12 REPORTS OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BREWSTER IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON MARCH 20th. i945. Published In Response To Call Made By Comptroller Of The Cur- rency, Under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Loans and discounts (including $327.61 overdrafts ) ............................................................. $ United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ............................................................ Obligations of States and political subdivisions ........ Corporate stocks (including $1,500.00. stock of Federal Reserve Bank) ........................................ Cash, balances with other banks, including r'eserve balance, and cash items in process of collection .... Bank premises owned $2,292.14, furniture fixtures $1.00 Other assets ................................................................ 554,834.65 887,000.00 6,377.62 1,500.00 1,039,692.41 2,293.14 6,282.02 Total Assets " 2,497,979.84 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................... 2,099,824.93 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................... 256.675.81 Deposits of States and political subclivisions, ........... 38,080.33 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.) .... 72,380.18 Total Deposits ........................ $2,436,961.25 Other liabilities .......................................................... 2,791.23 Total Liabilities ........................................................ 2,439,752.48 CAPITOL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock : Common stock, total par $25,00:0.00 .................... Surplus ..................................................................... Undivided profits ........................................................ Total Capital Accounts ............... : ............................ 25,000.00 25,000.0/0 8,227.36 58,227.36 Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts .................... 2,497,979.84 MEMORANDA Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) : United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secm'e depoPts and oth.er liabilities ......................................................... Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities (including notes and bills rediscounted and securities sold under repurchase agreement) Total .......................................................... :--- .............. Secured liabilities : Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements of law ............................................ Total .......................................................................... 15,000.00 1,000.00 16,000.00 17,000.00 17,000.00 State of Washington, County of Okanogan, ss: I, Mabel M. Winslow, Cashier of the above-named bank, do sol- emnly swgar that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. MABEL M. WINSLOW, Cashier Sworn to and subcribed before me this 27th day of March, 1945 ELMER COILE i SEAL) Notaly Public SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE E 421 PATEROS j NO'liCE OF RE-SALE OF TAX TITLE PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Board of C,:::, y Corn missioners of Okanogan County, Washington. heretofore duly rnarte and entered. NOTICE is hereby given that the County Treasurer of Okanegan County, v, ill on Saturday April 7th. 1945, at the llour of Tn o'clock in the forenoon of ,, said day, at the front door of the Court House in the Town of Okanogan, Wa>hingon. ,sell to the highest bidder ca-h .. on contract, the following des- c:'ibod property situated in said Okan- ,:.:an County, to-wit : Tax No. 2 pt SEL NW in Section 2S. NE: SE, NW{4 SE, and NW/ " SV' in Section 29. all in Twp. 31 N. Rue. 24 E.W M. containing 159.44 acres m,re or less. for no less than $160.00 Tax No. 9 Pt. Lot 4 (SE4 NWl) in Section 29, Twp. 32 N. Rge 22, E.%V.M. containing .32 acre more or lc:. for not less than $15..00 Tax No 11 Pt. Lot 1 (NE1/ NE1A) rcs :lat. in Seqtion 9. Twl0. 32. N. Rge. :=5 F,,W.M. containing 7.45 acres more or !e:: for no less than $7,45. T:,x No. 3 Pt. (S,Wt/4 EEl{) in Sec- tion 19.Twp. 33 N. Rge 26, E.W.M.con- tnlnin 2.50 acres more or less. for not le::,, than $50.00 Tax No. 1 Pt. Lot 2 (SE/4 SW1A) in Section i5, T\\;vp. 35. N. Rge. 26. E.W.M. (  naining 4.50 acres more or less, for no: less than $1.00 Tax No. 17 Pc. (S% NE SWI) in S,ction 22, Twp. 38. N. Rge. 27. E.W.M. n! aul,ng .84 acres more or less, for no; les-; than 815.00. Lot  in Block 5. Town of Bruster. for ng less than $25.00 Lots 13 and 14 in Block 18; Lot 17- in in Block 19, and Lots I6.and 17 in Block 20. Town of Chesaw. for not less than :;5.00. (N=, of Lot 1. all of Lots 7 and 19 in Block 2, Town of Elmerton for not less han $130.00. Lots 1. 2. 3 and :West / of Lot 4, in Fdock 10. town of Elmerton, for not le';s han 17.50. Lots 1 and 2 in Block 2, Pratt's Center to Molson for no less than $5.00 Lots 4 and 5 in Block 23, Town of Nes- lclem, for not less than $20.00 Tax No. 1 of Lot 6. in Block 4, Town of North Alma. for not less than $10.00 Lot  in Block 124, Government Town- site et Omak, for not less than $50.00. Lots 1. 2 and 3 in'Block A, in Orchard Park Homesites, an Addition to Pateros, for no less than $10 00 Dated at Okanogan. Washington, this 13th day of March 1945. W. H. EHLERS, County Treasure. March 23. 30, April 6, Correct Atest : L. E. MONROE W. G. MORRIS LENA J. MORRIS Directors Mr. and Mrs. Evnie Washburn and son, .Billie, of Bridgeport were Brewster visitors Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Morris. Tbe Washburn family will move to Methow shortly. elo * " Mrs. W d Sampson, Mrs. Marion Brown, and Miss Mary- belle Armstrong spent Sunday at Twisp at the Clint Estes home. Mrs. Sampson and Mrs. Estes are sisters. ORDER FOR HEARING:ON EMERGENCY WHEREAS. An emergency exists which could not have been foreseen at the time of making and adopting the budget for the current year, wllch emergency requires the following ex- penditures, viz : Auditor's Office Salaries---S825.00 HI.RALD-REpORTER, BREWBTER, WASHINGTON BRIDGEPORT NEWS NOTES MRS. CLARA WRIGHT School closed Wednesday noon for Easter vacation and will re- sume Monday. Mr. and hr2 ]rnie Washburn were business visitors in Okan- ogan Monday. $ $ Tom Hanfo;d and Emerson Hanford made a business trip to Ephrata Saturday. Mr. and 1;Its* Hr Lilly were home from Ephrata .to speQd Sunday. Miss Rut; Llllywnt to Coeur d'Alene Monday o visLt with relatives. $ Mr and 00rs: W'. Bou00a re- turned from Spokane Sunday ev- ening after a weeks stay there. Mrs. Meli'n*C' 2nd son of Wentchee spen the week end with Bridgeport relatives. * *St * Mrs: Irving nley, the for- mer Gladys Lilly is visiting her mother Mrs. Ada Lilly. Her hus- band is in the Navy. Mrs 00.lli; 00cdur: Mrs. Wm Asmusn and Mrs. Henry Sorn- berger were Wenatehee visitors Monday and Tuesday. e $ -a Mr. and Mrs. Damond Morris of Brewster spent Sunday after- noon at e Emerson home east of town. Low Pierc*e i: moving his leath- er and saddle shop to Tonasket where he has secured a good lo- cation. Mr. and *Mrs. Vater Cornehl and children and Mrs. H. Corn- ehl are spending several months in Seattle. Mrs. Mari*e Iint;n and son and daughter and Dan, B and Ruth Gerla of Omak visited Mrs. Ray Linton here Sunday. $ Henry Sornberger. Walt Corn- ehl, Wade Troutman, Harvey Hu- lett, Jake Watson and Claude Galbaith attended a sportsman's meeting at Mansfield Thursday night. A daughr *wa lorn to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glessner at the Omak Hospital Tuesday morning, March 28. She has been named Camillia Ray. Mrs. Glessner is the former Pauline Collins, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Collins of Manson, formerly of Bridgeport. SMALL ADS 10 PR LINE FIRST INF-.RTION; Se PF. LINE EACH SUBSEQUENT IN- F..RTION. CA..qH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERROR IN ADS PHONED IN FOR SALE - 20 Gal. Bean Spra:Cer, fairly good condition, large enough to handle ,two guns, price $50.00. W. H. Olson, Brew- ster. lip FOR SALE: One 7.% HP mo- tor and 3 inch DeLaval Pump, complete with suction and dis- charg pipes and valves. Karl Clendenin. Brewster. 3tp GOOD USED PIANOS-Two more will be sold in this vicinity. both standard makes, good mech- anical condition, terms. For par- ticulars write R. F. Powers, Vera- dale, Washington. 3tp RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. ttoward Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE: One Oliver Grain- master eomline, 12-foot cut, mounted on rubber, bulk and sacker attachment. John Gob- bets, Brewster. tfc. Supt. of Schools Salaries--- 175.00 I NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOL-I VED: That the sum of $1000.00 is nee-] FOR SALE- Modern 4-room essar to meet such emergencies and I House in Pateros. Phone 253 or that a public hearing be held in the write Box 91. Pateros. 2tl office of the County Commissioners in the Court House a Okanogan Washing WANTED - HOUSE rrRAILER ton. on the 2nd day o April, 1945. at Phone Pateros 253 2tp BODY WORK the hour of }0:00 A. M., at which time any tax payer may appear and be heard upon the expenditures contem- plated, and at which time the author- ization of said expenditures will be considered and determined. Done this 19th day of March. 1945. BOARD" OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (Seal of the Board) Frank Wingo, Chairman Walt B. Schrock. Member L. D. Hollaway,. Member Attest: COLEMAN R. WALLS the BOARD. CLERK of Mar. 22, 29c NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Robert L. Moore on .the Ist day of November, 1945, took up and now keeps at Ed Boger Ranch, Riverside, Washington, the following estray mare : " 1 old sorrel saddle horse, branded O on right shoulder and O on right hip, weight 1000 lbs. Said estray will be sold to the high- est bidder for cash at Ed Beget ranch. 1 mil-e west gf Riverside, Wash, on the 10th day of Ap,ril,. 1945 at the" hour of 11:00 o'cl,ock 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 against said es- tray. Date of first publication of this notice March 22, 1945. Registered February 26. 1945. COLEMAN R, WALLS COUNTY AUDITOR. By Jane Profit, Deputy. Mar. 22, 29e IS ALL 'GUARANTEED 16 PRESENT AT M:THOW PARTY METHOW Sixteen mem- bers were present at the Methow Community Club Birthday Party on March 11. This was the larg- est number to have ever attend- ed the annual pary meeting. Th new officers took their chairs with all present except Mrs. M. Countryman who was ab- sent .ecause of illness in their home. JOE WICKS NAMED DIST. G.O.P. HEAD .= Joe Wick, Okanogan attorn- ey, was named leader of the Re- publican forces in the Fifth Con- gressional district at a meing of the PJepublican leaders in Spokane last Sunday. Mr. Wicks has been influential in Republican circles for the past several years in Okanogan coun- ty. Prior to coming to the coun- ty Mr, Wicks was at Grand Cou- lee and Seattle where he took much in.rest in politics. Camp Fire Girls Plan Rummage Sale ASK LICENSE An application for marriage licens was made to .the county auditor by Charles A. Merrill, 17, Tonasket, and Virginia M. Van Slyke, 17, Wauconda. Their wit- ness was Mrs. Chas. N. Merrill PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE HERALD-REPORTER - BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. On March 23 a meeting was called to" order by the Brewster Camp Fire Girls. They decided to have an Easter Egg Hunt. The rummage sale will be held on Ap- ril 7 and the Camp Fige Girls de- cided to call t the homes and collect clothing-and other items for the sale. Auxiliary Notes The Brewster American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday, March 21, at the Robert Whitinger home with the group well represented. The next meeting, will be held next Wednesday at the Millberry home with Mrs. F. M. Millberry as hostess. MARCH 29, 1945 Dance At Bridgeport This Saturday Night In making a dress, see that the crosswise yarns in the cloth go straight across the body at the bust and hip line. The lengthwise yarn in the sleeves should hang lYerpendicularly to the floor. Mrs.'Stanley Slade went to Se- attle to meet her daughter Cpl. Doris Slade of the Marines who flew from Norfolk, Virginia and will visit her parents here before going on to Hawaii. Mrs. Lillie Northrop of "the General Office Interstate Tele- phone Co., Spokane was an o- rnight guest Friday of Mrs. Clara Wright. Rev. Waler *S. *Gleser, district superintendent, a%tended a quar- terly conference of the Methodist Church here Monday night. The meeting was preceeded by.a pot- luck dinner. There will be a public dance at the Bridgeport I. O. O. F. hall Saturday night, March 3L The affair, sponsored by the Didg- port I. O. O. F. Lodge, will have a popular orchestra. ANNOUNCf:MFNT WE HAVE PURCHASED THE PROPERTY, GOOD WILL, EQUIPMENT AND BUSINESS OF \\; IN THE THE FROM H. G. HAWTHORNE AND WILl, CONTINUE OPERATING IT TO SERVE THE-PEOPLE OF THIS SECTION TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY WE WELCOME OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TO THE LINCO, LN Fred Rawley Dic k Lawless pROPRIETORS BONDS o m . 'aterways were the first Irado.routes of the Northwest. Reqular  @ : steamer segrvice starlod on the Columbia in 1850 between Portland and Astoria, Steamers such as tlm one pictured above lraveled be- tween Cascades and The DaUes, and later service was maintained up the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. Samuel Bowles, the tamous editor, wrote of his astoaishment at lindinq above The Dalles "another larqe and luxurious steamboat, built far up here beyond the mountains, with every appointment of comtort and luxury that is found in the best oi river-crafl--larqo, state- rooms, lonq and. wide cabins, various and well-served meals," These wer days of development and organlzaffOn, in the. Nort- woet.. RainterBee waa the companion o! early pioneer tn 1878 and has been the,fivote of the West ever since,