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April 5, 1929     Quad City Herald
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,% - - " " iiii iii i i im i ii ii i ii ii u i BREWSTER HERALD ii i BREWSTER WASHINGTON APRIL 5, f929 imnn n n U m I in m WANTED-- Young horses, 1400 )b or dver, Cows or cattle, any age; Sheep and Brood Sows; 100 hens; 50 turkeys; Pordson tractor and disc h:u-row. Will trade used cars & trucks or trailers of nearly any make fur above. Let me know what you haw or want. SEE US FOR GOOD USED CARS. B. E. Gregory Okan- • g an, Wash. 3t '1 rooster, Byron Stubbs. LOSSTLARGE fountain pen in either post office or some Brewster store. Return .to Mrs. E. E. McCon- nell. ltp repair those old shoes and make them as good as new. No need of thxOw- a pair of shoes away. Let me make them t’ood. My price is just right. In fact very cheap for the work that I do. Leave your work at the Herald office and it will be attended to. George A. IDes, Pater•s, Wash. J,'OR ,,ALE 7 pullets Jersey Giants FOR SALE---1926 Tudor Ford Sc dan, Ruckstell Axle, good rubber, on- ly been run 11,000 niles. A good buy. C. O. Anderson at Bakery. W,ANTEDWork horse for orch- ard work, F. M. Stubbs, Brewster. Shoe repairing that is right. Right in price and right in work- Let me • , ..............  ...................... J--- -:-J. =:z 7.z:z ":A:.  7.:;==.=7 : ............ . ......... =,- Il t can dot it cheaper and better. --,l|! il i Brewter Hotel, Agt. I|| i] " WORK GUARANTEED ill i|] LIkVE BUNDLES AT BREWSTER HOTEL ||| Irrigation w:t,,r was turned on this week. I{. L. Wasb:rn is ]aving a small house buiit on his land north of town. ' i, . , o o o ' • In I t o SALL--ALFALFA hay "l It. G. llawthorne :nade a business I quire at D. S. Gamble Home, Phone I trip to Omak Tuesday. No. 23. Holes which appear in cuains and :drapes during laundering are often causel by t}/e light to which they have been exposed instead of im- proper treatment at the laundry. Grated cheese on creamed vege- tables or on salads or soups adds val- uable nutrients anti variety to the diet. ANNOUNCEMENT Since discontinuing showing of movies last Jan- uary, I have endeavored to improve the theatre building in several ways. The posts which former- ly upheld the roof have been removed greatly im- proving the visibility. The old concrete floor has been removed and a level floor is being laid in its place. I hope y• uall enjoy the opening show. G. V. DICK. A William Fox Picture "THE GREAT WHITE NORTH" SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, APRIL 13 & 14. WHAT THE CRITICS SAY Film of icy wastes proves fascinating and breath- takingCannon in New York American. Easily the most thrilling picture of the sort ever brought to BroadwayNew York Herald Tribune. Presents a majestic theme in a striking manner. Genuineness shines forth from every reelBrook- lyn Standard Union. BREWSTER THEATRE " SUPPLIES AND REPAmS i NIXON-KIMMEL CO. Spokane, Wash. 167 S. Wall St. NORTHWEST DISTRIBUTORS U. S. ASBESTOS PROTECTED | MOTOR . Phone Riv,r 4161 Electrical men in tha Elsetril Bmes, Irdtlqqi.M. " " ., "qiff],l , l . • f , , f i l F , ORDER NOW! THE SUPPLY OF LIME-SULPHUR IS APT TO BE SHORT.THIS SEASON SO PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW I BEEBE--BREWsTER COLD STORAGE visiting in Brewster this week end. Wm. Morris moved his family and househohl good to his home on the Okanogan river Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Millber;y--- *a:d "son Don re- turned from California by auto last Friday night. • • i • @ O. H. Woody and Harley tteath were business visitors in town Mon- day. , , * * aln Mart Smith took a load of power line material ,to Azwell for the Wash- ington Water Power Co. Tuseday. $ $ @ * Mr. Ross of Wenatchee was trans- acting business in the interests of the Shell Oil Co. in town Thursday. YAKIMA GOES ON THE AIR TO-NIGHT Tonight at 7 o'clock "The Voice of YaKmut Valley" KIT goes on tim air with its dedicatory program. New stu0ios Imve been completed at 109 Yakinm Avenue aml the opening pro- g:ram promise s to be one of the Ucst on the air tonight. 'l he ew sta'’mn is owned by Carl E. rhtvmond, the oldest regular an- nouncer on tne coast who owns and [operates l.lO Tacoma. llr. Rawnon(I Mr. and Mt's:Jnes'Meadows are lwas .manager of KFOA Seattle l'or several years. Finns or future broadcasting call lOT continuous broadcasting roria ti gO a. m. to noon and I'rora g p. In. until 10 p. m. pectat ieatures by the Yakima eham0er of commerce, the agricul- tural association, ete, will be board- cast each week KIT will operate on a l requeney of 1370 kilocycles or a- bout 218 meters. @ @ @ s @ Don't forget the Royal Purple Ball in the Odd Fellows Hall here Satur- day night. Music by the Red Caps. , q0 • • • The Ladies Aid Parcel Post sale in the W. L. Gillespie store last Satur- day netted something over $20. • • • • • Mr, and Mrs. James Crandcll of Wenatchee spent Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gillespie. • • @ * • Eb Tyler has recovered from his illness and is able to be around a- gain. @ • • • • The camp of Lessard and Ward is being put in shape for the logging, season. Rev, ,Pendleton left for Portland Sunday, being called because of sick- hess of relatives. A good sized rowd was in tten- dance at the benefit dance in Pater- os last Saturday night. • S • • • It is reported that there' will be a practice game between the ball teams of Pateros and Twisp at Pa- teros next Sunday. • @ • • • The local office of the W. W. P. Co. has been building line at Wells :for the installation of another pump for the A. Z. Wells orchards. • • • • • A trip to Grand Coulee to take place about the thirteenth of this month is being planned by the Brew- ster Christian Endeavor Society. qlu • • S The Auxiliary is gving a card par- y in the I. O. O. F. hall here April 17. Tickets for this party are good for one chance on the big hope chest. @ • • • • The entire corp of Brewster school teachers attended the county direct- ors and teachers meeting held at Ok- anogan last Saturday. • • • • • The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be held in the Legion Hall next Wednesday with Mrs. A. Vernon and Mrs. Clarence Ward as hostesses. The Senior Class of Brewster High school announces that its Senior Play has been postponed until Wednesday April 10. See what your license nmuber is and then read the ad Of the Brewster Motor Co. in this issue, you ,:night be well repaid. Mrs. Jack Rawley left on the bus Monday afternoon for Clearfiel Iowa, having received word that her moth- er was very ill. • • • • • Chas. Miller of Pateros has charge of the work of grading the streets for sidewalk construction. Work was covnmenced the first of the week. • • @ @ Atec Marchand took a load of household goods to Winthrop by ,iruck the middle of the week for Wil- lis Rothgeb. Mr. Rothgeb goes there to take charge of the Farmer's Union Store. '0 • • • • BUBBLES FROM THE BAR The pupils of the Bar School play- hooky April Fools Day with the teacher. The children went to Brew- ster and bad a weiner roast down by the river. The Bar School is having new cur- tains for the schooli'oo. Mrs. George Galbraith who has been quite ill is recovering. • • • • • Mr. and Mrs. George Braker took their daughter Thelma to Wenatchee on her way to Pullman. r. Vernon Monroe went to Wa- terville Monday.  • • • • • The Bar School had school outside MODERN BUSINESS Modern business according to a trite saying is based, on credit. And credit it may be added is little more than another word for confidence. And confidence of course is begotten of general honesty. Unoubtedly the ethics of business are higher today than ever before, and better even thaR this, business is on the upgrade from an ethical as well as a material standpoint. And nothing has done more to promote business ethics and business confidence than judicious advertising. The most progressive: and up to (late concerns are and al- ways have been the ones which have advertised most, and advertising a certain brand of goods, the firm pro- ducing or distributing it has natural- ly come to take pride in standardiz- ing the product and seeing that it comes up to advance notices. News- -papers and periodicals of late years have entered into the game and as a result dishonest dealers, or dealers who misrepresent their goods either intentionally or unintentionally are having an increasingly more difficult time in placing their advertising. So along with the increase in the quality of the product has gone the increase in the quality of advertising. The ,two are now inseparable. And just as advertising has become the life of modern trade it can truth- f..ully be said that newspaper.adver- t0sing is the cornerstone of the publi- city business, for newspaper advertis- ing is more important and more ef- fective than all other forms of ad- vertising put together. This is be- cause the newspapers actually cover the reding country and are in touch i with the people of the nation every! day. As Mr. William A. Thompson, nationally known advertising man. recently said : "The American people spend about amllion dollars a clay in pennies to buy their newspapers, while adver- teisrs are spending more than two and a quarter million dollars per day for newspaper advertising. "The money paid out each twenty- four hours in newspaper pennies is a -nathematical determination o this universal fixed habit of newspaper reading. The enormous stuns spent every day for newspaper advertising show how well advertisers understand the unusual opportunity the newspa- per reading habit offers to them. "Wealth, buying power and popu- lation are concentrated where daily newspapers are published. "It is a fact that the automobile business began its growth toward its present ay proportions after it turn- ed to newspaper advertising. Car makers learned that only through the newspapers could every motor car prospect be reached. They recog- nized their newer and greater oppor- tunity when they realized fully the vast army of new prospects created ,by the new era of national prosper- ity." There can be no question of this. Ad- vertising has helped to build the business of the nation and improve its quality. And newspaper advertis- ing is the great advertising of all. The business man who has not yet learned this is not successful to the highest degree that is in him. Statistics recently pu'blished show to everybody's surprise that Chicago s second to Detroit in the number of honficides in big cities and is way be- hind Memphis in homicides in propor- 'tion to population. This shows what good advertising will do for a town. Place the bedroom mirror so that :the light falls on the user rather than on the mirror to get the clear- est reflection. Flocks can be culled any time. The boarders mus go if the chicken enterprise is to pay. One colony of bees to each acre of orchard will take care of cross-pollin- ation. LEAVE SHOE REPAIR WORK AT HERALD OFFICE. 3 DOWN THE RIVER OF NO RETURN ! PRESENTED BY C. M. PLYLER Idaho's Famous Salmon River Movie where mountains are wilder, roads and trails scarcer, the game more, plentiful; out where the west begins; THE LAND OF BIG GAME :, SEE The trip by boat down through the roaring rap- ids of the 250 mile gorge of the Salmon River! Required three years in the wilds to make. The pic- ture of a thousand thrills. I II I OFFICIAL 1 9 2 8 PENDLETON ROUND-UP MOTION PICTURES SEE 500 Cowboys and Cowgirls competing for the $25,000 cash prizes in the world championship contest. I I BREWSTER HIGH SCHOOL GYM Monday April 8th, Adm. 25 and 35 cents SPtCIAL MUSIC , i i i ,  i,i, I , ,11 13 i' ' ,, r II l i T 11 ii HO HUM:! 1 GOT SPRING FEVER i, ,, in i n i Y, this fine spring weather certainly affts people that way, but when you ptake of one of r clay fmmtain dainties, you'll be glad its spring time. COME IN! THE FERN FOUTAIN FRESH MEATS A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST MEATS EVER SHOWN IN BREW- STER. FRESH VEGETABLES, STAPLE AND FANCY IES GROCER- ) . PHONE 24. [ SMITH'S CASH GROCERY & MARKET ]  I II I I II II ...........  w w w  w Remember WHEN BUYING OR BUILDING : 1 YOUR HOME!--- Insist that all your materials are good: 1 , See that your lumber is good coast fir, 1 your builder's hardware is for perman- 1 ence. Get a first class contractor and-- 1 Get Your Materials at WOODBURY'S. 1