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WANTED-- Young horses, 1400 lb or over, Cows or cattle, any age; Sheep and Brood Sows; 100 hens; 50 turkeys; Fordson tractor and disc harrow. Will trade used cars &amp; trucks or trailers of nearly any make for above. Let me know what you have or want. SEE US .FOR GOOD USED CARS. B. E. Gregory Okan- ogan, Wash. 3tl repair those ohl shoes and In'tke them as good as new. No need o£ throw- a pair of shoes away. Let me m.'tke them 4'ood. My pMt:o s just right. In fact very cheap for the work that I do. Leave your work at the Herald office and it will l,e attended to. George A. lees, Pateros,. Wash. I"O1) SALE 7 pull,is Jersey Giants .1 roost(n', Byron Stubbs. LOSSTLARGE fountain pen in FOR SALE--ALFA1,FA hay In- either post office or some Brewster store. Return ,to Mrs. E. E. McCon- quire at D. S. Gamble Home, Phone No. 23. nell. ltp " FOR SALE---1926 Tudor Ford Se ] It is repoVced that Calvin Coolidge ] ............ "'lwill buy the automobile which he, (1an, lUCKSl;ell 2xle, good lUODeI, on ., t • " - [ used during' the last  e:trs )f his rosi- ly • been run 11,000 aniles. A good Idence in the White House. W,,ll if buy. C. O. Anderson at Bakery. he gets it at the right, price it ought 7-- :" Ire be a bargain as its our guess it w..A. rLp--worg norse Ior el'ca- has never been driven over forty. ard work, F. M. Stubbs, Brewster. Rubber bands wound around the Shoe repairing that is right. Right ends of woo(Am dress hant4't:rs help in price and right iu work. Let me prevent the garment from slipping. [I Let uB do your Laundry Work. We ill il can dot it cheaper and better. Itl tl Brew,ter Hotel, Agt. Ill il WORr GUARANT00ED ltl ii ,00VE 8UND,.00-S AT BR00.WST00.R HOTE,- Ill SATURDAY & SUNDAY 13, 14 "THE GREAT WHITE NORTH" A FOX picture'. A dramatic, record of the H. A. and Sidney Snow Arctic expedition which resulted in the discovery of the fate that befell the pal'y of eight members split from the Stel)hansson exiled,t- ion in 1913. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 "FRECKLES", A Leo Meehan Production. Starring Hobart Bosworth, John Fox Jr. Eulalie Jensen and Gene Stratton. Mysterious shapes in dismal swamps--Greed pitted agaist loyalty--the mighty forest monarchs overlooking Gene Smitten Porter's breath-taking romance of an Orl)han lad and the 'Swamp Angel." COMING APRIL 19, 20 & 21 "THE MAN WHO LAUGHS" produced by Carl Laemmel. ,r Victor Hugo's greatest love-story brought to the screen with accuracy, produced by Carl Laemmle on an unprecedented scale of splendor with*a cast headed by Mary Philbin and Com'ad Veldt. BREWSTER THEATRE INDEPENDENT JOBBERS ELECTRICAL MACHINERY SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS NIXON-KIMMEL CO. Spokane, Wash.- 167 S. Wall St. NORTHWEST DISTRIBUTORS U. S. ASBESTOS PROTECTED tt MOTOR Phone Riverla 416,1 Electrical men in the Electrical ORDER NOWI THE SUPPLY OF LIME-SULPHUR IS APT TO BE SHORT THIS SEASON SO PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW! BEEBEBREWsTER COLD STORAGE Brewster, Washington BREWSTER HERALD --r= E. A. Allen of Pateros was trans- actiug business in town Wednesday. * • • • • Dr. McKinley made a ,business trip to Okanogan Monday. Mrs. Fox s;ent a:t week end with ! relatives in Entiat. { e • ee Mrs. C. L. Fisher of Pateros was a visitor in town Tuesday. a • * • • Max Goehry made a business trip to Wenatchee by auto on Wednesday. e • a • • Itouse to Rant on Second street partially furnished, inquire at Herahl office. e • • • • John Hopfinger, fro:u the Bar was a business visitor in town the middle of tim week. It. L. Washburn recently purchasetl the property of Ed .Myers on third street. , • • a • Miss Gertrude Defflantl came in from Seattle last Friday for a visit with relatives here. " O  O SO L Phil Adams of Okanogan was transacting business in Brewster on Thursday. e • • • With a big sale staxing to-morrow Kane Bros. are closing out their store at Omak. e • • • • We pay cash for beef, pork veal, lamb, poultry etc. Smith's Cash 'Grocery and Market. Quite a number* of he local fans phm on attending the smoker at Ok- anogan to-night. e • • (, Carl Pederson moved down from Omak to-day. He will spend the sum- mer / on Paradise Hill. e • • • @ Rev. Pendleton returned from Portland last Saturday, visiting' sev- eral Sound Cities enroute. e • $ • Quite a large crowd was in atten dance at the movies in the high school :gym Monday night. • • • • • Mabel Haley came in on the stage! Sun,lay evening from Aberdeen where she has been visiting her daughter for the past several weeks. Jack Rawley and Ye Editor went fishing in the wilds of the upper Me(how this week. The less said the better. * • • • • Mtm(lay morning the new store of C. E. Blackwell was opened in Tonas- ket. This is the second of the Black- well chain of stores. 0 • • • • Remember there is a mighty good show booked at the Brews(or Theatre Saturday anti Sunday nights "The Great White North." e * • @ do Mr. and Mrs. Amel Dalvit motored up from Wenatchee today to look af- ter business interests here. They re- turned this afternoon. O • * • • Ed. Lessard has moved into the residence formerly occupied by Grand ma McCormick. Mrs. McCormick is now living at the home of her son floe. e • • • • A special meeting of the city coun- cil was hel,d Thursday night to talk over the creation of six new improve- ment districts. The resolutions will be found in another part of this is- sue. e • • • a Last Frhlay, April 5th Miss Lanora Beeson and Mr. Rudolph Deffland were joined in the bonds of matt,- money by Father Feisst at Okanogan. The newly weds will .make their home the Deffland Bros. home on the Okanogan river. e • • • • BUBBLES FROM THE BAR Dick Lawless of Brewster spent the week-end with Sidney Braker. * • • • • A. W. Sharrard visited at the home of the Vandermeers Sunday.  • • a s Mr. Ed Renn and fatally visited Mr. Renn's brotehr at Malott. * • • • • The Bar School has new vaulting' poles and three new sw.ings. e • • • • The John Hopfinger fanily and the Atchenson family spent Sunday in Wenatchee with relatives. 0 • a • • Gale Dardson had a party. Satur- day afternoon. Everyone had a good time. Mr. anti Mrs. Guy Fisher and Mrs Beaughan spent Sunday at the C. L. Fisher home at Pateros. e • • • • The Bar school has a new portable stage . Jim Vaughan receives the credit for building. • • • • • In the local spelling contest for Douglas county the following pupils won. Grade 6; Lois Monroe; Grade 5, Vincent Johnson; Grade 4, Leland Blackburn, Grade 8, Sybil Jane Mor- ris; Grade 2, Ila Heller. in. i m ::=  BREWSTER WASHINGTON The following pupils earned the f RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO CREATE most stars in spelling and received [LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR ..... " n CONSTRUCTION OF SIDE-WALKS AND "'°'°" :: s ..... i NOTICE TI.E *NO PLACE OF HEAR- • C tl til'a iS--lie rleller, IING FOR THE CREATION OF SUCH DIS- Third Gradc--Sybil Jane Morris. Fourth Grade--Evelyn Stromer. Sixth Grade---l,ois Morn'De. The winners in the fifth grade anti in the first grade hay, not been determined. • • $ • a NEWS SHORTS Plays 25 Pieces at 4 Spring Valley, Minn--Edna Guise, aged 4 has a repertoire of 25 piano pieces at her contmand. Old Ear of Corn Canto, Me--John Frolian has pre- sented, tim Maine Legislative Farm- ers' Cla,b with an ear of corn from Gas crop of 1816. The ll3-year ohl ear is in an excellent state of preser- vation. Muskrat Bites Policeman Grand Rapids, Mich  Policeman Oliver Cardinal was bitten in the leg by an oversized muskrat driven from its hut :by heavy rains. Cardinal kill- ed the animal with a blackjack.  m_.. ..... TRICT. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Town of Brewster, Washington. that the public interest and convenience requ/res the construt'tion of certain concrete sidewalks ill said town by the metltod of creating a Local llnl)l'OVement District and assessing the property included therein for the bene- fits. and that it is tle intention of the Town of Brewster hy its Town Council to order the improvement of certain connected streets of the Town of Brewster by said method establishing a Local Improvement District and including therein the property to he henefited by such improvement and to levy and collect the cost of such im. provement from the property included therein according to the benefits thereof. The streets to be so improved and the shlewalks to be constructed under said Lo- cal Improvement are Tax No. 4 and Lot, 1 In Virglnla Addit- ion to Bruster, on the East Side. The said sidewalks are to be concrete sidewalks constructed on the ilde of each of said Blocks as above indicated and to he  four feet In width and such walks are not to include walks across street lntersectigns, but shall include extensions to a street curb line ten feet from the property line at each intersection, and are to include walks n- cross alley Intersections wherever lhc same occur on the streets improved. The area to comprise said assessment APRIL 12, 1929 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Council Room in the Public Library Building in the Town of Brewster at 8:00 P. M. on April 29tih 1929, be fixed as the time and place when and where all lmrsons interested In or el,jeering to the creation of such Improvement District are required to appear and present to the Town Councl! their objections, if any, to the creation of said District, and the Streets and Alleys Committee of the Town Council is hereby directed to prepare and present at said n'eoting an estimate of the cost and ex- ,ense of such improvement and a ]state. meat of the proportionate amount thereof which should be borne by the lroperty within the proposed Assessment District and a statement of the aggre:<ate assessed valuation of the real estate, exclusive of Improvements, within said District accord- ing to the valuation last placed upon it for the Iurposes of general taxation, to- gether with n diagram or print" showing the Lets which will be especially benefited thereby and the estimated amount of the cost of such improvement to be borne by each Lot In said District. MARJORIE MERRICK. Town Clerk. Hogs Wrck Auto :New Haven, ConnFour road hogs got Wiliam Green into trouble when he tried out a dealer's new car. Try- ing to avoid four fat pigs he wrecked the car and now the dealer is trying to recover from the owner of the hogs. CONGREGATIONAL district will he the property on each side Tim trouble with raising children is Cl-lI lll-i NITg'Riof thd streets improved within the termlnii "'at 0U nee  ; .... *'""'* "'v--'l ..... I .......... u, y er Know exactly now 11; I ox Sale slaewa ss as prey(sea to eo null( __ . _ ., ougn to oe sane untu your own ] and the assessment district wikl extend back At the ,meeting of the Church I from the street improved to the center of chiMren have grown too big to prac- Board on Tuesday evening plans were [ the block, ties on. discussed for the improvement of[ # i i , m I In IT ill ii i ii ill i i- ' the church property. When the new[ sidewalk is complete([ the grounds will be cleaned up . Roy. Pemlleton requested the ap- i pointment of delegates to the State Convention at Everett next month. There were four car loads of dele- !gates under the leadershSp of Mrs. Ramsey superintendent in attendance at the Okanogan Sunday School Con- vention to-day. Saturday a number of the young )eople front the Christian Endeavor Society with young people from Ma- lott, Lakeside, Chelan Falls and the Bar are to spend the (lay viewing the wonders of the Grand Coulee. Rev. Pendleton returned Saturday from a trip to Seattle and Portland. While he was away he secured Miss Brcck to visit this pari'sh early in May. Miss Brock is the representatNh of the Woman's Board of Missions of the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho. She was formerly a mis- sionary in China under the American Board. Miss Breck will also be a speaker at the parish Young eople's Rally at Lakeside on May 12th. Last Monday at Okanogan Rev. Pendleton addressed the Okanogan County Minister's Association on the subject of Young People's summer camps anti conferences. He told of the work in other sec- tions and of the plans to provide such an opportunity for the Young People of Okanogan County. The offer of the North Central Washing- ton Council of Boy Scouts of their splendid camp at Prince Creek on Lake Chelan was nmde to the Minis- teral Association fo r such a camp and was immediately accepted. Tlere are many advantages to be secured from an interdenominational camp that cannot be had with small denominational work. Instructors anti trained leaders of the first order can be secured from all over the Northwest and the co, :operation of the churches along these lines will go far toward planhing fu- ture work where the churches are scattered and few. Tentative dates for the summer conference have been selected as June 5th to 12th inclusive and the cost will :not be over ten dollars for the entire period. Boys and irls who are accredited delegates from churches, Sunday Schools and Young People's societies will be eligible. As the accomoda- lions are limited great care will be used in choosing representatives. This will be primarily a conference to train leaders for the work in th county in christian activities. Of Brewster Herald, published weekly at Brew'ster Wash, for April 1929. State et Washington # . )Y tb , "1 ally appeared D. L, Gllleeple, who 1 i |rig been duly sworn according to law, l "deposes and ays that he is the mauagerl o1' the Brewster Herald and that the for [ • lowing is, to the best of hie knowledge LI aa’i belief, a true statement of the ownership, management of the store(mid publ/catlon for the date shown in the above cptton, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied In section 44S. Postal laws a2nd regulatlon That the name and aAdrese of the publisher, editor, manasing editor, and bustne,s manager are: D. I, Gfllesple. Brewater, Wa.ett, That the owner Is: L. A. GllLespie, Butte, Montana. That the known bondho|dere e. None., D. L. Gillespie, Owner. Sworn to and aubserlbed before me this 12th day of April, 1929. W. G, MORRIS. Notar Publle Make Mother Happy On Mother's Day By giving her a box of delic- ious chocolates. We have them in several sizes and varieties. Ask us about them. I HE FERN FOUTAIN FRESH MEATS A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST MEATS EVER SHOWN IN BREW- STER. FRESH VEGETABLES, STAPLEAND FANCY GROCER. IES PHONE 24. SMITH'S CASH GROCERY & MARKET i Ill I I II I Remember WHEN BUYING OR BUILDING YOUR HOME!--- Insist that ail your materials are good: See that yofir lumber is good coast fir, your builder's hardware is for perman- ence. Get a first class contractor and--- Get Your Materials at WOODBURY'S.