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July 21, 1922

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Mr. and Mrs. Tully Hayes passed through town Sunday for an outing at Alta Lake. Mrs. L. E. Hollenbeck from the Hills of Paradise was a city visitor Friday morning. s * $ $ i Mrs. L. Lindsay on Paradise Hill is reported as being on the sick list for the past week or ten days. o * $ Mrs. Duncan and children, of Kan- sas City, Me. is visiting her father, D. J. Jolly, our. ,esteemed, Justice. Mrs. R. A. Downing entertained They are GOOD! the ladies in honor of her sister, as we now need a little money, day of last week. we will be compelled to cancel all unpaid subscriptions. We have kept the subscription price down to the old time price and we trust that all of our subscribers appreciate the fact that we are the only one in the * * * $ Mrs. A, F. Holden returned f,.om Seattle Thursday evening where she had been for the past week receiv- ing medical treatment. .FOR SALE A*b:om" mtre; 6 years old. A high grade Pereheon, train- ed for 11 kinds of work. Very gen tie. Would make a fine family an- imal. Mathlas Fries, R I., Box ii Brewster, Wash. $ * $ * Mrs. A. J. Rawley went to Okano- gan last Thursday evening to have some dental work done. She re- turned Saturday. Mrs. J. E.'Bassett U. S. Commis- sioner was a passenger on the up train Thursday of last week for a Tistt to her husband who is busy haul fng box shocks from the reservation She returned Saturday $ * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elliott were in town from Omak where they are now located pending a lumber haul ing contract Mr. Elliott has to move a vast number of box shocks from the reservation to Omak. @ # * * The Brewzter Department Store has moved into their new quarters on Bruce Avenue, Tltey ow have nifty quarters and a flne lot of goods on display. Mrs. Guy Greaves and daughter Norma and Gertrude Deffland and Mr. BiShop, father of Mrs. Greaves, departed for the Methow Valley for a few days fishing the first of the week. Mr. McDongall of Pateros, with a crew of men after reltair|ng the turns and takig rut some of the crooks in the Che|an-Okaltogan high- way above town, is now working on [ndian Dan Canyon, widening it out. 0 $ i M. B. Howe, the merchant from Watery/lie was in the city looking after hk orchard interests on Brew- Jter Flat, during the latter part of the week. Ip * Ed. Christenson went to Wenatchee Wednesday morn|ng for an opera- tion for appendicitis. The opera- tion was very successful Jmd Ed. is on the road to reeoveryo * * @ * MrZ Harper returned to her home: in Kennewick Wednesday after a cell- pie of weeks visit with her sister Mrs R. A. Downing, Mrs. Sam Morris departed for Wenatchee Wednesday morning where zhe entered the Dwons hospital and underwent an operat/ fSr gall stones. Her father, B. F. Plemons accompanied her. Late re ports are to the effect that she is getting along nicely. W. H. Fletcher of Winthrop and daughter Loratne were guests of Mrs. D. L. Gillespie, a sister of Mr. Fletch er, Wednesday evening. Mr. Fletch- er goes to the Big Bend and Miss Fletcher goes on to Seattle where she will visit with relatives for a shot time. * $ * $ F, Me Millberry returned last Sat- urday evening from a three weeks sojourn in Cdifornia, where he was visiting relatives, Mr. Millberry had not seen some of ht people for number of years and his visit was in the nature of a family reunion. O $ W. . Starkey and wife and F. J. Clifford and wife were fishing on l the Methow lut Saturday and Sun- day. As we did not receive any /h for our dinner we are forced to the conclusion that they caught tolt@o * $ * * We have been to considerable ex- pense in putting in our new ma- chine and we would kindly ask all those in arrears on their paper sub riptlons to drop in and pay up. Let us know how it would feel to have you paid in advance, once. We ]ve been carrying a number country doing business that has not raised the prices. It costs us more to live than it did several years ago. Meet us half way. Give us a 5050 deal. ..WILD BINWEED IS MENACE.. Wild morning glory or binweed, whose botanical description is concol vulus arvensis, is described as se- curing a foothold in the Inland Em- pire and is regarded as serious men- ace owing to the extreme difficulty in combatting. 192 Primary Election, Second Tuesday in September, September 12th. General Election, Tuesday after 1st Monday in Nov. November 'th. Last day for filing Initiative Pe- titions Four Months prior to day on which they are to be voted on, July 7th. First day for Piling Candidacis, Sixty days prior to date of Primary Election, July 14th. Last Day for Piling Candidacies, Thirty Days prior to date of Primary Election, August, 12th. J. Grant Hlnkle Secretary of State CAR CATCHES FIRE Last Saturday E. C. Sawyer drove up to the postoffiee in his car and stepped into the building to get his mail. On his return he found his car in flames. He immediately began to throw sand on the blaze and by the timely assistance of Ful- ton Woods who came across the street with a fire extinguisher the blaze was subdued without much damage to the car. A shortage in the electric wires was the cause of the fire. AGRICULTURAL EXPERTS ARE DUE IN BREWSTER Dr. Chas. Brooks, Plant Patholo- gist of the U. S. Department of Ag- riculture, Washington, D. C., accom- panied by Messrs Hendrickson and Veihmeyer of the California Ex- WASHINGTON WATER POWER pertinent Station, with D. F. Fisher, CO. PAYS DIVIDENDS plant athologist of Wenatchee, vs- ited orchards at Brewster and Bridge port Wednesday. The Washington Water Power Co. has paid quarterly dividends of $1.75 .... per share on $17,300,000 of common stock with a par value of $100. This is on a basis of 7 per cent, which the company has maintained for some time. A considerable amount of the stock is held in the Inlard Empire. WHEAT GOOD !N MEDICAL LAE SECTION Wheat in the Medical Lake sec- tion is regarded as unt;sual|y good considering the season. A consid- erable acreage is expectedto average 35 bushels per acre, principally Jones! Fife and Turkey Red. NEW LODGE TO BE FORMED .A.T. Anthony, District Dr the M. W. of A. with headquarters at Wenatchee is here this week sign- ing up  rumb,fr of men to institute a Modern Wo@dme; .0:f America. The required number has been secured and the Lodge will be started t once Sulphur seems to have little effect on westside soils when used as a fer- tilizer. Tulip farming could become a part of Washington's agriculture if it were encouraged. A county fair is an educational in- stitution, then why permit gambling o the grounds. Vegetab|es contain much essential food, try using them during this sea-! son of the year. The utility table is a hot weather Poindexter has passed th senate to i appropriate $I00,000 for a federal investigation of the Colbia Basin Project, It is believed  the bill will similarly pass the h0use of rep- resentatives soon after it', reassembles on August 15th. ., STATE PRESS MEETING AT PULLMAN The annual meeting of Washing- ton State Press as soeia:ion at Pull- man was exceedingly successful. Grant C. Angle vetera npublisher of the Mason County Journal, Shelton, was elected president. It is prob- able that the 1923 meeting will be held at Spokane. BEARS CAUSE MUCH DAMAGE Bears are said to be causing much damage to the bands of sheep graz- ing in the Nottet Meadows section of the national forests in the Blue Mountains. Sheep are being taken almost nightly from the bands. WHITE BLUFFS-HANFORD SECTION PROGRESSING Dan. A. Scott, director of Conser- vation and Development in Washing- ton, states that most satisfactory progress is being made with the state land settlement project in the White Bluffs-Hanford section. Twenty set- tiers are now established each with buildings and wtaer supply for irri- gation. It is ultimately planned to have 58 settlers on the project. Use good jar "ruer when canning don't take a chance. Every day a bargain day AT E. A. Ciillespie & Son's NE V S TO RE WE BUY FOR CASH-- AND SELL FOR CASH You do not pay for lost accounts when you trade with us. Your dollar has it's full purchasing value. Cane sugar per sack 7.75 Swift's white laundry soap, 6 bars --.25 Snow-lite soap, 5 bars .25 Wenatchee's best flour per sack ----$2.15 Yellow or white corn meal per sack -- .35 Sliced pinapple 2z/2 s per can .35 Lard 101b pail, (net) ...... $2.00 Lard 5lb pail (net) ............ $1.05 Bacon, perlb, :.-- ............. ,88 Ham, per lb. ...... /, ..... .40 Full cream cheese, per lb. ........ .30 Bacon per lb ..... =--.80 Karo syrup Blue label, 5lb pail .40 Karo syrup Blue label, 10rb pail .75 Karo syrup Red label, 5lb pail  .45 Karo syrup Red label, 10lb pal! ..... .85 Fruit jars at lowest prices We  carry Butternut bread and cakes [. Otlle00pte $ labor saver because every step means eat these days. Over .Inety per cet of spoilage in home canned fruit is caused by us-; ................  .................... ing poor jar rubbers. Milk is not only a beverage, but an important article of diet containing! high food value. ;E ROOM FOR HAVE YOU STORA( YOUR APPLE CROP? GETTING ALL THE CARS YOU WANT THIS FALL ....... A STORAGE HOUSE OR A CEMENT BASEMENT WILL INSURE YOUR CROP AND HELP THE CAR SITUA- TION. F. R. Woodbur Lumber Co. "The Home Builders." Your Wife Wi// Appreciate Dining Out IT'S A KNOWN TRUTH THAT YOUR WIFE RELI|HES BEST THE MEAL 8HE DOES NOT HAVE TO PREPARE. Be thoughtful- bring her here some evening to dinner. You will like our homo cookin& the quality of our food, and the cordial, welcome atmosphere which prevails. BREWSTER HOTEL W. C. HAMILTON, Proprietor. i i ii i iiii i i i |1 W. I-I. ,STARKLY_, THE CONTRAi;TtIli AND RtIILDFI PLANS FURNISHE, D AND ESTIMATES GIVEN WOOD OR CEMENT BREWTER, OKANOGAN COUNTY, WASHINGTON ii i i i . I i i ij i Front Quarter of Beet ................................... 9,, to 1| eta poland Hind Quarter o Beet _ ................................... 10 , 15 ot pou Hams ................... 16 eta poultd Bacon ........... $0 to 5 eta pmmd lutton ........ 10 t 1 eta pouad Lard 10a 1.90 ............... | X. SPECIAL SPECIAL BRING IN YOUR LIVE CHICKENS, "fURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE HIGH'EIST MARKET PRIOES HIGHEST MARKET PRIOEI BREWSTER NET 1%'r READ IS RIGHTLY TERMED THE STAFF OF LIFE," BUT IN ADDITION TO ITS NUTRITIVE QUAL- ITIES THE BREAD WE SELL ISWHOLESOME AND APPETISING. CASH GROCERY