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,mL ..... 11 -.. .......... I.dJlIU]IILIIli[!J[ filL[l) Llllllll:ElllllllmllllllIH31 W. ilHL PAGE 4 i i HERALD-REPORTing, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON APRIL 5, 1945 NOTICE OF RE-SALE OF TAX TITLK PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Board of County Commissloer$ of Okno County, WashingtOn, heretofore- dQly made and entered. NOTI(JE is hereby given that the County Treasurer of Okanogn County, will on Saturday April 7th, 1945, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the Town of Okanogan, Washington, sell to the highest bidder cash or on contract, the following des- cribed property situated in said Okan- ogan County, to-wit: Tax No. 2 pt SE$, NW% in Section 28, NE% SE, NW% SE and NW SW in Section 29. all in Twp. 31 I. Rge. 24 E.W.M. containing 159.44 acres more or less, for not less than $160 00 Tax No. 9 Pt. Lot 4 (SE, NW) in Section 29, Twp. 32 N. Rge 22, E.W.M. containing .32 acre more or less, for not less than $15.00 Tax No 11 Pt. Lot 1 (NE NEA) less plat, in Section 9, Twp. 32, N. Rge. 25 E.W.M. containing 7.45 acres more or less. for not tess than $7.45. Tax No. 3 Pt. (SW NEV4) in Sec- tion 19,Twp. 33 N. Rge 26, E.W.M.con- taining 2.50 acres more or less. for not less than $50.00 Tax No. l Pt. Lot 2 (SEI, SW) in Section 15, Twp. 35, N. Rge. 26. E.W.M. containing 4.50 acres more or less, for not less than $1.00 Tax No. 17 Pt. (S NEY4 SW) in Section 22, Twp. 38, N. Rge. 27, E W.M. containing 8.84 acres more or tes, for not less than $15.00. Lot 8 in Block 5, Town of BrUster for not less than $25.00 Lots 13 and 14 in Blqck 18; Lot 17 in in Block 19, and Lots Tel6 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 than $130.00. Lots 1, 2, 3 and West  of Lot 4, in Block 10. town of E|merton, for not less than $17.50. Lots 1 and 2 in Block 2, Pratt's Center to Molson f0 not les Lots 4 and ffin Block 23. Town of Ns- pelem, for not less than $2000 Tax No. 1 of Lot 9, in Block 4, Town of North Alma, for not less than $1O.0O Lot 8 in Block 124. Government Town- site of 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 13tb day of March 1945. W. H. EHLERS, County Treasure. March 23, 30, April 6. CALL FOR BIDS ON COUNTY PRINTING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Board of County Commissioners of Okanogan County will meet in the Commissioners' room at the Count7 Court House at 2:00 P.M. on Monday, May 7, 1945 for the purpose of op- ening bLds fo the county l)rinting for th year beginning July 1. 19.45 and: ending June 30, 1946. All bids sub- mittd are to be figured on the square of 250 eros nonpariel, straight matter. Done this 29th day of March, 1945. COLEMAN R. WALLS;. Coun Auditor April 5. 12, 19, 26 f Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor . , . =, i SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..80 A.M. 3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. ,t CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH- "The Friendly Church" IV. R. M. LEWIS, Pastor ,.. Sunday School ................ i0 A.M Morning SeFice ............. 11 A.M. 4 Evening Service ......... .'. ..... 8 P.M. Prayer Meeting and ,Bible Study Wednesday = ...... 8 P.M. t Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Pateros Morning Service at 10 A.M Sunday School at 11,AM. Young Peoples' Meet/-at 6.'80 P.M. .... " Evening Servie at 7':P,][::. Choir Praetie at 7;30 F.M; on Wednesday CHURCH. OF!i Pateros ,'./-: :::.. Sunday School at tO A.M. Bible Study az 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Cordmunign at 12 Noon. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor , SUNDAY SERVICJ"S Sunday School at 10 A.M. Morning Worship at 1t A.M. Evening Worship at 7 :O P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar -,., Services at 8 o'clock each Sux- day evening. Bethel Pentecostal Church BRIDGEPORT Sunday School .............. 10 A.M. Sun. Morning Service .... 11 A.M. Sunday Night ....... : ............ 8 P.M. Wednesday Night ............ 8 P.M-. Ministers: Velma MeElyea and Faye Linton. SMALL ADS 10e M tR LINE FIl).i' IN.TION; Pint LINE EACH SUBSmUENT IN. 8RTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS IN ADS PHONED IN FOR SALE- Model A Fo'd Coupe, good running order, fiye tires, good rubber. One two- wheel traier, good rubber. S. F. Terrell, Pateros. 3p FOR SALE'- Small Restaurant Wood Range. M. S. Todd, Brews- !er. ' " lip FOR SALE: One Oliver Grain- master combine, 12-foot cut, mounted on rubber, bulk and sacker attachmen.t. -- John Geb- bers, Brewster. tfc. RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. H.oward Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc BREWSTER NEWS NOTES Grade one and six of the local school had a vacation last Friday. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. O]- son's and Mrs. Emerson's rooms, and their small guests, participat- ed in their annual Easter egg hunt and picnic lunch at the Todd orchard. $ $ $ Mrs. W. C. Kirk and Mrs. H.O. Wendlan4t were among the Wen- atchee shoppers Friday. $ $ $ Mrs. Ronald Rehn, whose hu- band is in the Army Air Corp at Kessler Field, Miss. arrived in Brewster last week for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Runyon. 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guenth- er have sold the cows of their herd to Fred Rice, Port Angeles. Wm. E. S'henyer, ;OM 2c, has returned to his ship after a 22 day leave. The Cam; Fi'r; irls enjoyed their annual wiener roast Satur- day. The girls are collecting do- nations of articles for their Rum- mage Sale next Saturday. Jack B1 r, representing the Chelan Body & Fender Works, was a business visitor in Brew- ster Wdnesday. He was accom- panied by his brother Robert of Yakima. Thursday *guest: of" Mrs. M. E. Fox and daughter Winona were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Aldous and son David of Cashmere. Mrs. A1- dous is the grand-daughter of Mrs. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mineard and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter of Bridgeport wer in Brewster : on business Tuesday. e Mr. and hrs. Rol;and Darling and children of Riverside spent Sunday here wih the-Vernon Tvmbleson family and Mrs. Dar- ling's father, James Jerrow. Mr. and *Mrs. *Jo: Ditter of Twisp were through Brewster Sunday enroute to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buck- 1 ingham at Mansfield. I Miss Winona ;oxeleft Friday for Boulder Dam, Nevada where she has accepted employment with the contractors working on the project. She was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Kate Neighbors of Entiat. Mrs. Harry Knowlton, the former Katherine Fox, arriv- ed the same day to remain with ]her mother. Mrs. Glen Widel of Chelan at- tended the Civic LeaTae meeting :in Brwst'er Wednesday afternoon. $ $ Mrs. Lloyd Mflner returned home Saturday from a "visit: n th East with friends and rela- tives. She has been gone about two monthS. Spending the Easer holidays out of town were Mrs. Nell Churchill, who went to Yakima Mrs. Clara Diggls and Miss Mary McNulty, who were in Spokane. Word has*been received by the Ray Warner family that PV Fred Warner has arrived safely in France. Mr. Caselolt:- - istict manager for the Pacific Telephone and Tlegraph Co. at Okanogan, was .a business visitor in Brewster and Pateros Monday. NIVRADIONIC.  HEARINGAID  Earphone and Cord " Ballard Drug Store PHONE 19, OMAK / / HARDV00*ARE STORI00 BRIDGEI: 'ORT 80 MILES NORTH OF WENATCHEE, HIGHWAY NO. I0, -- 150 MILES WEST OF SPOKANE, HIGHWAY NO. I0, TURN NORTH AT COULEE CITY, HIGHWAY NO. I0 / . SALE STARTS 9:30 A.M. TO 12 O,CLOCK NOON, -- 1:00 P.M. TO 5:00 P.M., 7:00 P.M. AS LONG AS BUYERS STAY. . LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON AND EVENINGS BY LADIES OF THE GRANGE CULMINATING 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS IN THE BIG BEND, J. BOUSKA & SON, PIONEER HARDWARE FIRM SELLS OUT COMPLETE STOCKOF HARDWARE AND SUNDRIES AT AUCTION IN BRIDGEPORT, APRIL 11th AND 12th. HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY TO STOCK UP ON HARD-TO-G ET-MERCHANDISE. PAINTS Linseed Oil, Turp .qnine Wallpaper Kalsomine, Barn Paint, all sizes and colors of outside paint and inside enamel. Roofing including many roils of mr paper and 30 lb. insulatingfelt HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Cooking utensfis inelmiing many sets of dishes, silverware , butcher knives, cleavers, meat saws, pots and pans, milk cans, several dozen dairy paris,., galvanized garbage palls, cookstoves, heating stoves, mattresses, light itues, lght globes, clothes baskets, linoleum rugs " FARM TOOLS Several dozen shovels, snow ands coop shovels, forks, rakes, barn brooms, harness, bridles, sweat pads, two sides of leather, halter chains, single-trees, double-trees, clevices, single-tree hooks SECOND HAND FURNITURE AND STORE FIXTURES Dining room sets, rocking chairs dressers, beds, three good ranges Coleman gas range, two cash rgisfiers, scales and show cases.. HAND TOOLS Hammers, screw drivers, saws, lvels, punches, large stockof drill - bits, files, pipe wrenches, pliers, steel tape, all ldnds, belting, ratch et braces, solder, assorted small tools, axes, single & double hLtted ORCHARD EQUIPMENT Hand sprayers, garden hose, pitcher pumps, spray pumps, spray pump repairs, pruning shears and saws MISCELLANEOUS Canned mo.ors oil, 0il drums, oil dispensing equipment, John Deere rod-weeder, large supply of cables and clamps, rope, wire, complete stock of nails large stock of round and flat iron. MEN'S CLOTHING AND SPORTING. GOODS Many heavy coal, s, sheepskins, leather coats, reincoats, work pants, socks, glores, bill foldsr and leather belts. GOOD STOCK PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS CHEMICAL TOILET , i J. W, Bouska 00011 AUCTIONEER AUCT.IONEER STANLEY SPEAR CLIFF WILLIAMS SPOKANE PHONE -- RIVERSIDE 9086 " SPOKAN PHONE- RIVERSIDE 7626 FOR SALE -- LOCATE AT FOSTER CREEK DAM-SITE Home and store building for sale near site of next great Columbia rioter project, For ast three years army engineers have been doing extensive core drilling at FOSTER REK dam-site just two miles from BRIDGEPORT, WN. This will be one of the first post-war projects. It's your chance to invest now for future. Two story 7 room modern home; basement, furnace, 6 lot yard, large shade trees, rose garden, outdoor fireplace, two garages. Store building 50 ft. front; situated on Main Street, three display rooms, office, three store rooms, shop and gas pump. OPPORTUNITY This is your opportunity ,to buy many pre-war articles and some that are not being manufactured during our present war esonomy. Remember--we have thousands of articles and you can buy those you need. This may be the only opportunity you may have .for kt leas a yar or two of buying many of the items we will offer to ,the public /