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August 30, 1929     Quad City Herald
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f B'ackwe[i's---Brew.ter, Okanogan, Omak Pateros and Tonasket :: g  .... t!   Assurance i' By ii L--/. -'---." -,--e4 Refrigeration i. q..3 I . All perishables in BlaekweH's x :':({ " '., 1 .tore. are kept properly refrig- ., ; - , :- ., h'. nutny ways tlmt enable you to :.,v,_, MOm:y by Making Blackwell's a Habit! iC!:.j'J.'2"g.'k A;(',;. ]"ue Cane; I00 lb. Bags ..............  :o:,a' POWDER " 67 iikit' C.lum,,t 2'& lb. Tins , OYSTERS 25 1Ol) "C ' Cove; No. 1. Tins, 2 For . ....... ' .54 GRAPE FRUIT,,,,t,,,.,;o Too,..43 No. '2 Tins, 3 For ............................ PINEAPPLE ,, ,,n,, ,o,o,, .... 69 No '2 Tins, 3 For ........ P. .................. MALT SYRUP u,wo,or; ,, .................... .59 MALT SYRUP hro,a ............................... .49 MAI,T BEVERAGE o,o,,oo ,u Dozen $1.50 gEANS  d  eve,, Baked; No. 2 Tins .................... .19 TOMATOES w,,.,on; o , Tins4 For .... .49 BEANS,,, ,,mo,, o,; o.. n,, o ........ .49 SPINACH COFFEE COFFEE CORN Reliance Golden Bantam; No. 2 Tins ............ .19 ubonk a,o o._- ",o o .... .35 Reliance; 1 tb ,Pins ............................... 51 Reliance; 3 H, Tins ............................ $1.49 CRACKERS sodas, Plain or Salted; 5 lb boxes .... ,,69 RICE FLAKES Heinz; 2 Cartons ........................ .25  r   '" " ' FLAKES o,,;  o,o .25 .'. II  2 Bottles ........................................... v ............... tx,,o,o oo  .  ...................... $2.10 ::"L0tR Drifted Snow; 49 It,. Bags .................... $1.95 l[.,'aL't,"','i li:tmond ]], ee,'dt'ast, Whole or Half Per I"O . SOAP .,..,, w,,,o; o ,,. .................. ...... : ............ ..39 SALMON 67 Elk Head, Fancy Red, Tall Cans, 3 For CLANS 44 r Pioneer Minced; No. /. T/ns, 3 For ............. MAYONNAISE uo,, ,,,; , . 29 SALAD 0It Am,o, Quart: Tins, 2 For ............ -75 RIPE OLIVES,,,o,,.o,,,,, 17 SPREAD x ut;2 , ........ _ ................................ .35 PAROWAX  : ................................................ .29 CATSUP .,,. o,.,,,;  o. o ,,.,  o ............ .25 EGG MAKER ,,Uer; 00 , o. $3.25 MIXED FEEDo,ao,;oo ........ $1.90 MIDDLINGS o,..a; 00 ,.o,. _o, ............ $2.00 MILK FLO .u,,; 0o ,, , .................. $2.75 SHELL Atlant:ic Coast; 100 ]b,. 7gs ................. $1.35 CORN, .,c,,o,,; 00 ,, ,,. ............................. $3.00 SCRATCH Al,,,,,,o,,o,00,., .... $2.95 These prices are in effect at I'aternv. Brester=, Okanogl% Omak and Tonasket stores lr,'nn Saturday MoroAn', Augusi 31st, xmtil Frid;O' Night, September 6th. BREWsTER TONAsKET OKANoGAN (Basem(nt Store) OMAK PATEROS "'arWTt stwa !!i . Don't forget the Old Timer's Pic- nic at Conconully on Labor Day.', Carl Allison has taken several night shifts as toll-taker at the Brcwster Bridge of late. * * * * * Byron Stubbs has gone to Omak to take charge of apple warehoilse there this fall. * * * * * Marjorie Merrick is back on rise % job at the Bank after a two weeks vacatiou. * * * * * Guy returned from working in the Big Bend wheat harvest Wed- nesday of this week. Clarence Gillespie came up from Chelan Monday and is spending this week in town here. $ * @ * $ Mrs. A. J. Cutts left Tuesday for Republic for a two weeks visit with friends. * * * * * Mr. and ,Mrs ,D. S. Gamble were Sunday dinner guests at the Bolin er home at Methow. * * * * * John Gebbers had his tonsils re- moved at the Okanogan hosptial last weeks by Doctor Woods. * * * * * Clarence Nettiberg came in Wed- nesday by auto from the coast to vis- it with his mother Mrs. Mary Netti- berg. Dr. C. R. McKinely and family re- turned from a three weeks camping l trip, last week end. * * * * * :BREWSTItR WAHING'FOFI guest: Pleane be promI;.. Mrs. Leonard lioR ha:: beoh quite ill the past few day. but b: much improved. Don Hyde .purchased an acre of land in the Hull addition to Brewster and expects to buihl on it this fall. His land joins the Clarenec Ward tract. FLOWER SHOW I The Flower Show, under th. aus- pices of the Civic League will be held in the Library Buihling, Tues- i day, Sept. 10, 192.(t. Prizes will be awarded as follows: Prettiest Lawn. Lawn showing' g'roatest improv,,-- ment. Dahlias, 1st anti 2nd. Asters, 1st. and 2nd. Best general collection of flow- i ePs. 'i All contestants must resid, within the city limits of Brewster. CAMPFIRE FLASHES. Tl(e Brewster Cmnpfire GMs had their first ceremonial meeting' of the summer in the log cabin, Friday. Doris Holland took the woodgatlr- erers rank. Those receivirr' honors _ were as follows: Rachel Morris, Mary Bailey, Doris Holland, Bernice Rice ! and Marguerite Rice. We decided to have a candy sale at the Brewster Theatre aturday night. At 2:30 the ram.tins' was ":i'i{ adjourned. STONE CHURCH (St. James Episcopal) Rev. T. M. Burleson, Vicar, Cash- mere, Wash. Next service, 8 p. an., Thursday Sept. 5th. I trust that you have kept your pledges and payments up during vacation. Lot us start our third year in its constancy. CHILD SUP:RVISION Continued from Preceeding Page) A large amount of .:upervision should be given young chihlren in the choice of their food, and as no one B. . tCarter gave the roof of he food is able to supply all the require- Woodbnry Lumber Yard a fresh coat: ments of the body, of roof paint Wednesday and Thurs-  ...... a great variety . " snoum De provlaeu flay. ., . . , [ Much raw fruit, such as ripe Theo..Petersata painted the exter.-[apples, peaches and pears, may be ior of the E. E. "Hadley home, the|eaten. Dates and figs arc excellent :irst of the wee. 1Roy Lockridge as-[to change the appearance of cereals sisted him. ' and .they also may be eaten as a con- * * * * * . fection. RaW vegetables such as Miss Olive Prlee and .rs. Paul l finely shredded lettuce spinach hearts B?mhall entertained  .ber of cabbage and celery, may be eaten friends at bridge at tb-e Praee ,home regularly as they supply both miner- 'l%ursday evening of last week, sis and vitamins Motion Brown m*d *wife anl two T.he quart of milk that each school daughters and two sons of Clinto i Washington are spending a few days l visiting relatives on Paradise Hill. * ;n'o Dr. "Wood of gaD removed! D. L. Gilleie% tonsils Monday morning. D. L. is recovering rapidly an now'has the use off Ms voice. * * * * Su O.T. Peterson came in from Blaine, ,ashinon, Monday to te charge of the Brewster Schools that will ope :laext .Tuesday. Roy ,Loekrfdge moved is family to Berwster :rom "Bridgeport last Monday. 'They are '!living Lin the" Haller 'house. .$ * * * Mr. and Mrs. Davnng left by auto for Yellowstone 'Natoinal Park last Saturday, on awo woeks yaca- fOll. * * * .* ,* Clet Tupper was.up from "Pateros to:lay lutting up posters announc.tng the hard time tlale :at the Lake Monday night. * .* ., .., ., Junior 'Woods .who has been,isit- ing at the 'Wihner 'Woods 'home for the past two weeks returned to his home in Seattle, Sunday. * * * $ * FOR SALE--High grade piano near, Brewster. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Write Tallman P/anD Store, Salem, Oregon. ,St. $ * * $ * FOR SALE---1924 Chev. Truck in fine running condition. For quick sale $90. Clma. Miller, Wash. 2tc. * * $ * * Twenty seven Brewster Rebekahs attended tle meeting in Pateros Wednesday night. The local degree team put On the work for two Pa- teros candidates. * * * * * Then. Peterson is busy this week dolng interior decoration work in the Brewster Hotel. Mr. Hamilton is having the woodwork in the living room done in imitation grain walnut. also the floor. The main entrance will be finished .in the same way . The next meetn; *of the Civic / League will be held at the home ofl Mrs. Lizzie Gillespie, Thursday, Sept. [ 5th at S:O0 P. M. A covered dish] dish luncheon will be served and each member is requested to bring a| hi!d should have each day need not ,be .taken entirely as a beverage. It ray .be use d in soups and custards, an.l cereals are delicious when cook- ed in .milk. Cocoa is a good way to use Itome of the milk awl helps to vary the menu. Milk helps to supply the necessary bone and teeth build- ing material. To create an abundant blood sup- ply and to keep the blood stream in $ood condition the child needs foods rich in iron Green vegetables, fruits and eggs lre the best sources of iron. THIS WEEK AT THE BREWSTER THEATRE "The Branded Sombreroy Fox .FiLms production starring Buck Jones, which will be shown at the Brewster Theatre next Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 31 and Sept 1., brings to the screen the latest picttlre of the .'versatile Westerner in one of his fastest and most daring pictures. Let- .In Hymns, Buck's new feminine lca:l gives .splendid support Others in the cas :tinc!udes Jack Boston, Francis Ford, Josephine Borio and Leo Kel- ley. "The Branded Sombrero" is a story of two brothers, a girl and a debt of honor which one of the men pays in full. For Wednesday September 4 the picture is "Phantom of the Ra.nge', the story of a grease-paint cavalier who swapped his spurs for a pair of spats and" sold his chaps to buy a wrist watch. He rode from Arizo- na to Broadway over a path of re- serf but he had to fight his way back with fist and gun. He won the smiles of a million womat, but the one girl who matter- ed laughed out loud. tie though he was a Broadway Don Juan, but she told him he was just a cow-barn Beau Brummel. The bright lights had lured him away but the lonv' lone trail called him back. He got his guns out of the hock shop an:t bat- tled his way again into the West. And the matinee idol of a nation found his happiness at last in the spotlight of the one-girl's eyes. To keep hens free from lice, use blue ointment undeavings and a- round vent or powder with sodium flauride. .. _:=.. _. t. , ............ "=, ":_7 ' , , ii : KILL|:NG WO BIai),q .WITH ONE STONE As usUal, MacMarr's Store is quoting some very fine pricds on groceries. The service they give is unexcelled, your wants are.attended to with speed and dispatch. And is a simple matter to look over our display of meats when you are buying at MacMarr's. You will find our prices just as reasonable. BREWSTER MEAT MARKET What A Relief itis to let a good ice cold milk shake or bottle of Imp trickle down your throat, these hot days. The Fern Fountain is the place to cool off. And our fountain dainties are the best in town. You're always welcome here. THE FERN FOUTAIN STOP LOOK & LISTEN .:+.'. ..... ...:+.'.:4." OUR MOTTO .: QUALITY - - - COURTESY - - - SERVICE We are offering you the very best steer beef at prices you can afford. " .N . i i II II 1 1 ..'i:. /Jill II "i 1 i I Also a'complte.line of Lunch Meats. I I Don't overlook th e ,famous Happy Home brand Of Groceries.  .... ' PHONE 24. SMITH'S CASH. , . C-:ROCERy &.,MARKET_ . . "THE BRANDED ,OMBRER9 v STARRING BUCK JONES. The "Branded Som, hrero" is a triupm of integrity. Buck Jones pays off an ancient debt of honor. The story of a man who erased the brand of shame. A rugged ro- mance of the roaring West and is heroes. i i "PHANTOM OF THE RANGE ! STARING TOM TYLER AND HIS PALS.. They i i! called him a phantom but he came smashing thru . with fists flying and guns spitting destruction. I BREWSTER THEATRE  ================================= .:jc ?