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J NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER O1,' SALE AND WRIT OF, XECUTION issued out of the Su- perior Court of the State of Wash- ington, ill and for Okanogan County, on tile 26th day of May, 1932, and to me directed and delivered, for a Judg'ment remlered ill said Court, in cause No. 8101, on the 14th day of July, 1932, in favor of G. A. Ed- wins, doing business under the name and style of Chelan Nursery Co., and against A. R. Vernon an,I Jane Doe Vernon, (true Christian nme to plaintiff unknown) his wife, for the sum of $4(;0.71 together with cost:: of suit and interest and attorne3 fees, I have levied on all the right. title claim and interest of said de- femlant or', il al(l to the followinv prop(,rty situated in Okanogan Coun ty, Washhgton, lo-wit: Strip of land particularly describ. That on the 16th day of July A. D. t932, at Ten o'clock A. M. of said (lay, I will sell all the right, title and interest of said A. R. Vernon and Jane Doe Vernon, (true Christian name to plaintiff unknown) his wife, or either of them, in and to the a- bove described property, or so much thereof as may be necesgary to sat-: isfy plaintiff's claim, besides all cots, interest, attorney fees nnd accruing costs. The sale will take place at the front door of the Court House, at Okanog'an, in Okanogan County, Washington, at public auction, for cash in hand to the hig'hest and best bidder. Dated at Okanogan, Okanogan County, Washington, this 8th day of June, A. D. 1932. l B. T. McCAULEY Sheriff of Okanogan County, Wash- I ingles. By W. L. GILLESPIE, Deputy ed as follows, to-wit: That part el Hanna & Gemmill, Attorney for the northwest quarter .of the south-Plaintiff. ,..ast quarter of the southeast quar tcr, (NW , SE,4, SE ;i ) also knowl as lot ten (10) Riverview acreag rod of the northe.tst quarter of the southeast quarter (NEIA, SE%) of Section fifteen (15) in township thirty (30) north of range twenty. four (24) E. W. M., Okanogal: County, Washington, particularly de- scribed as follows, to-wlt: t}e, ffinning at :t point on the south line of the said lmrtheast quarter o!'i the southeast qualCer (NE%, SEM) which is (;70 feet west of the south-' I east corner of said northeast quar- ter of the southeast quarter (NE%, SE1A); tht:nce north a distance of approximately 32 feet to intersect- ion with south boundry of the Great Northern 'Rail way right of way; thence in southwesterly direction a distance of approximately 762 fee! tdon,g said south line of the Great Northern right of way to its inter- section with the west line of the east half of the southeast quarter (SE%) of said section; thence south a dis- tance of approximately 170 feet te intersection of said sub-division lira, with the north llne of State Road No. 10; thence in a northeasterl3 direction along the north line of said State Road No. l0 as the same i,, now surveyed and constructed to the intersection of said north line of State ]toad No. 10 with the east line, of the west half of the above named ;tlorthwest quarter of the southeast quarter of tle southeast quarter {NW%, SE%, SEV4); thence north along said last named line to its in- tersection with the south line of the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter (NE%, SE%) of said sec- tion fifteen (15); thence east to th,. I point of beginning. Said tract con- taining 4 acres, more or less. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TAX BILLS (Continued From First Page) The keynote of the eonveution i ,vrthy of study. It was sounded b Branuin, who asseted that a ne,a BREWeTEI,HER.4LD  BREWSTER, WASHINGTON -:.-.,.-..-  - ='T " : -. :...: ....  ,, J _ , ..... -z-.t--t L__ - - - , , der First Aid and industria insurance and draw compensation without work- Jag. Result is that many part time workers axe owing up with twisted backs, sprained arms, etc., and get- tiag First Aid assistance. This is :such easier than working for -t dally wage. The liquor issue is going to be something of a bug-a-boo du'ing the coming campaign for state officers more paxtieulaxly in the governor fight. Some indications of this were to be seen duriRg the past several I days. Reports of a meeting of the W. C. T. U. held at Colville, addressed by W, Lon Johnson, Republican key- noter at the recent Seattle conven- tion are amuaing. Johnson was more than moist at Seattle. He was tooth- pick dry at Colville. Reports of the Colville meeting axe l,eiug used by Seattle papers friend- ly to the state administration and not ,t all friendly' to Mr. Johnson to , point out that politicians can straddle on both sides when the oeco.sion a- i ises. Eaztern Wahing'ton, v.eeording to mlitical scouts, is not at all as dry as it was two years ago, speaking on- } The recent slam at the othe" state officials taken by the governor in ::erles of articles he is writing' for a ............ ... ., . and better social system was in.the ly of the liquor iue. There is a making, while Paul Hoffer, Tacoma,. teady ha'e of sntiment over (her c :tsserted that the league ',','as enter-i:,mong the rot'ruing sections and ,.d upon a l)rog'g'r.'m to "lift the bur-! friends of Senator Wesley L. Jones den from the business man," and :,re somewhat worried as to the ef- "emanei!mte the working class." fleet ttfis will have on his candidacy. There is little doubt but that un- Attoaey General John lI. Dunbar dev the guidance of men like Bran-',has announced his candidacy for re- uin and Wells, the Unemployed Citi-.lection. State Representative Georg e :en's League is designed primarily i Caqfield of Kittitas county is report- to be used as an opening wcdg'e to- Icd to have hi eye on Dunbar's berth. : ! SeatLle paper ha:; :tirr,,d Dog,bar i,- to early action. Political Prospects I Reports from Whitman county are l I to the effect that William L. LaFol- lette of Colfax feels the ur'e to ge into the race for lieutenant governo;'. Mr. LaFotlette wailts to have an East- sde man friendly to Governor I/art- ley in the field and believes that he is the one to enter the lists. In Se- attle there is Judson Falkne.,' active- ly campaigning; Senator Paul W. liouser is busy and Senator Fred W. Hmtlngs may get into tile fracas before filings el)on next month. Houser is the only warm administra- tion man out so far. Legislative contests this year prom- ise to be warm. The Democrats will have a candidate in every senatorial and legislative district in tile state, and there is plenty of good material lying around in that party. Republi- cans are also grooming their best a- variable timber so that with local squabbles on, it is fairly certain that a fine legislative ticket will be shown in both parties with the possible ex- ception of the l-rger cities where the more .radical elements have taken control through organized :ninorities. All candidates for governor, both tickets, are now devoting their atten- tion to tile Westside on precinct of ganization activities. While the Demo- crats have thr(:e racinff already, tile Republicans have but two av.owcd candidate, the governor and the lieu- tenant governor, Roland H. Hartley, seeking' his thii'd term, and John A. i Gellatly of Wenatchee. A third Re- publican, Frank R. Jeffrey, is being g'roomed by friends, but is so far silent as to future plans. It is a safe bet that he will be into the race soon. FoP wards sovietism in .a:nerica. Clever communistic workers ral-' ize that hungry men and women and: 'hose wire h-te been existing for :ome time under a dole system are easily swayed anti carried away by bright promises. Then there is alway he .group which after existing with- out work adopts an attitude that the "govern:neat owes us a liring." The present unemployment emer- gency has crtmtcd a new racket in the State. The state in an effort to use as many as possible and spre' :,round the highway funds being' used for creating work, is employing men for only one or two days a week. These workers have discovered that by becoming disabled or laid up while working' they automatically come un- iii i i i " - I I A story of the cattle ranges, a tale of feud and romance, of lives filled with active living, with great hates, great JUNE 30, 932 Printing _ IJlillll| II II _L i I i L i i i, .i II J,., ., 111"11 BRIDGEPORT AND THE BAR, I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zegafuse and Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Casey from Bon- ners Ferry, htaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hart of Post Falls, Idaho, were g'uests of blr. amt Mrs. At, ' Stout, Wednesday. Mrs. F. Mineard received a phone call from Wenatehce Monday, to th( effect that her oldest daughter Mrs. Elsie Melton had passed away. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mineard and daughte. Ruth and son Slyde left Tuesday i morning for Wenatchee. Mr. Mineard returned that night. Mrs. E. Stiner of Wenatchee i:, visiting her sister Mrs. John Morris. Mrs. Stiner, Mrs. Morris and another sister Mrs. E. Anderson and the R C. Monroe family were Sunday guest.: of the Wm. Morris family of Wake field. Puritan Chapter order of the East- ern Star of Bridgeport were among tim chapters who were guests of Wen. atchee lodge Tuesday night at Wen- atchee. Two candidates were g'iven l.he Initiatory work in a very beauti- ful ,manner. Among the guests fro Bridgeport wea.e Mrs. Gee. Braker, Thelma Braker, Mrs. Pearl Cornehl, Bernice Cornehl, Mrs. Nell Slade and Mrs. Cara Wright and ,Mrs. Mabl Monroe, Mrs. Lena Morris of Brew- .ter and Mrs. Blanche Yeag'er who i: matron of the chapter. $ Mrs. Freda Morris and daughter and little niece Lois Lee GIaseocl: i left for Spokane Wednesday after- inoon to be with Mrs. Morris' siste-' Louise who is to be operated o Thursday. 1 DRY CLEAtiNG DYEING" Hats Cleaned & Re-Blocked $i.00 Truck will be in Brewster every Monday and Thurs- day and call at :our home. All Work Guaranteed Sat- isfactory OMAK CLEANERS Phone O1, Omak PIONEER HOTEL APARTMENTS Wenatchee, ...... Wash. Hot & Cold Water--Shower & Tu,b Baths Iw RateaCoollng System Corner of First & Mission St. A:r(,ss From Cascadlan Garage adventures, great loves. Altogether a swift'moving, powerfulstoryoftheWest. :,iB,:00rewster Herald It will run serially in these columns. . ' am,,' STARTS THIS WEEK ............ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Barren PROPRIETORS 42 Years Residence .t : ....... "'. :..." . :....11 ORCHARDISTS Cheek over your cabins and bunk houses. Make l any necessary repairs now before apple harvest is started. Examine, roofs, sidewalls, floors, flues and wiring. We Can Sell You The Necessary Building Ma- trials For Repair Work. COLUMBIA HOTEL 200 Rooms Of Solid Comfort WENATCHEE, WASH. If you are shopping for the day make this hotel your headquarters. If you are stopping overnight make this hotel your home. 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