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I El I II J III I I " q.. ! il It II I I '" ' BREweTER HERALi Okanogan Valley International -FAIR . 00/[no/her. SEPTEMBER 5TH: 6TH.& 7TH. .Ptecord/ Exhibition of Agricultural, Industrial, Educational and Mineral Resources of Okanogan County and # British Columbia on SIX CYLINDER CHEVROLETS on than 00ztt is a finer automobile than was ever before thought possible at such low prices! Its beautiful new bodieswhtch are avail. able in a variety of colorsrep. resent one of Fisher's reatest style triumphs. And its safety and handling ease are so out. standing thatit'sa sheer delight to sit at the wheel and drive, You owe it to yourself, as a careful buyer, to see and drive this car. For it gives you every advantage of a fine six-cylin- der car in the price range of the four and with economy of better than 20 miles to the gallon! Come in today! 0%*595 the .... $525 IROADffrER... rne 3525 PHAETON ....... r. s595 COUPE ..... ... . . Th, SPORT .%45 COUPE .......... rn. .*675 SEDAN ...... . The IMPERIAL SEDAN..*695 r,. .*595 gedan Delivery .... rn..lau .*400 Delivery Chaht .. r. . .'545 l  Ton Chassis . . rh. l Ton . .$=.vo,a Cimule with Cab . All.erices /. o. b. Yactory Flint, Mich. COMPARE the delivered lce as well at theilat price cotmiderlnR automobile lues. Chevro|et's delivered dcu include only reaon- able charges for delivery and |htmctng. Less than eight months have elapsed since the first Chevrolet Six was deliveredto an owner-- and already there are more than a million six-cylinder Chevrolets on the road! And the reasons for this overwhelming success are easy to understand. Into a price field that had hitherto been occupied exclu- sively by four-cylinder cars-- Chevrolet has introduced a six- cylinder car of amazing quality and value. Not only does it offer the smooth, quiet,velvety performance of a great six- cylinder valve-in-head motor-- but, from every standpoint, it THREE DAY RODEO AND RACE PROGRAM Famous Horses and Riders will Contest LARGE INDIAN VILLAGE DANCING  -- BAND MUSIC   CARNIVAL BO-XIN-G-F-RID-AY. & SiTURDAY   .ii.  pi=i    . p==_. PROMINENT SPEAKERS FOR EACH DAY i Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy themsel- ves at Okanogan County's annual falr to be held AT OKANOGAN COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS OROVILLE, WASHINGTON | E. L. Klaas, Pateros, Wash. ORCHARD A S-IX IN THE P RICE RANGE OF THE F O UR SCIENCE NOTES The position of the moon has a Investigation by zoo officials dis- closed that most animals live longer in captivity than in their atural haunts. This is attrabuted in part modern automobile in terms of the Out at the University of Nebras- stream of gasoline necessary to make ka it has been discovered that by it go, it has been estimated that a fixing' it so that the cows look out constant flow of fuel of little great- of the cowbarns through blue-tinted definite relationship to some earth- i YOUR ATTENTION; GROWERS ! .? IS NOW CALLED TO OUR .', SUPPLIES PICKING BAGS LADDERS BOX NAILS i ALL NECESS quakes according to Maxwell W. [ to the better care and feed the zoo er diameter than that of a hair wou.hl galsses, hey give more ARV . i stud- furnish all the power necessary, this is not what causes blue-tinted ,=A len of Sanger, Calif., who has animals receive. led more than 1,200 earthquakes in I .- m,,,, ORCHARD EQUIPMENT e Well anyhow ff you are bloke you California. Figuring the efficiency of "h Scientists warning against careless use of naptha benzine and gasoline " " ' , won't have to worry every time the :  ' "  m the home have eshmated that one "" gallon of naptha m,:--d in wuv,,r I' Federal Reserve Board raises the dis- it count rate '  proportions with the air, is as dan- . WE CAN AND WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ::f-_ ; gerols as sevel!ty-f!ve pc.uncle of dy- I A poet at a little !! i&/ EOTtOI'tl]II[. llamite, ' learning is a dangerous thing, but it I ...... --''. l isn't any more dangerous than a lot ^ woorl elOn oyeea with tar haslof learning in a little brain. BEEBE--BREWSTER COLD STORAtiE 1 , [, I-'l] [ , proved, durab|e surface for dirt, i [ l roads in egperiments in Soth Caro-I The modern girl can drive a'motor, "i  dt'!,0, li,a. The road is graded, leveled car seventy miles anhour and swim grewster, Washington_ and smoothed, a coarse cotton cloth the English Channel but she still iM...'lktt(. lapread over it, and a thick coat of screams when she sees a mouse cross- "''":"''' "Because of the possibility of be- I .... * .... ^ a .... u,,o { l" ' ' " I ....... ; o  f ....... vv ....... v...,,. . mg rmsmgen xor mgnals, wearing O i Delightful travel days are here! , I ' red clothing ,.ab"t the right of way .... . ..... -" ....... wna-o"'"'' THE USE? Go now, at economical cost, with 11 Jill UlU ,s forbidden, reads a safety book m: .V ......... il " - ..!i "i.. .v ..  ample time to see the East or visit | I][[ t[[||i et recently ptblished by a western with the old home folks. Be back Oct. , I|llillU! railroad. The decree officially bars  31. Enjoy the superb, colorful grandeur of [tl]] the red flannel shirt and necessitates  Of decorating your clothes with nice black rease the scenic Great Northern Way. including [l  hiding the red bandana handkerchief, " Glacier National Park, and the clean comfort of . II| A VACATION andgritty di;t when We ae ,g We|] eq"ipPed io do a einderless route. All the latest travel features, "- D " " "-''  Y ochers ot a ttocneser. N. . hos- " " greasing? wonderful meals, and courteous service on either of  pital can play tennis without neglect- Don't envy the fm|ly car these two fine, fast trains: The NEFf z The LUXURIOUS -- EMPIRE  ORIENTAL It. BUILDER LIMITED t'/t[ -r r.,orot, o/,h. ot --daay from 1 ]/ m[ Paclfte Northwest, via Twin Cities, to Chicago 11 ,I BIJ Jur help I pianni, your #rip apply lo AI | I] i|l 'L .c... s,t' w,r. .411115 I 1 Ill ash. /3 IIRllll ! / gill A. A1MITROM, Tray. Prom. Agent x(I '.1 Illllll i Itl t [, /,a I I'k\\; 'U "'2;,Lkt.lUa ,'  ,' LUXURIOUS, SCENIC ROUTE CINDERLESS, " ' ' lng their patients. A loud speaker has been placed on a cornice of a staff dormitory adjacent to the courts, and when one of the doctors is wanted, his name is called by the telephone operator at the hospital, and plainly heard on the court. Using army airplanes to make war on the locust hordes in the Philip- pines was successful until recently when the insects, apparently by in tuition learned to avoid the attacks. The planes were used to spray poi- sonous dust on the crop destroyers and, at first, left the dead in wind- rows on the plantations the insect attacked. The Graf Zepplin officers have discovered the proper way to discour- age stowaways d that is to cut off their publicity. taking a wonderful va- cation this summer. ,If you knew the truth you would find they aved for it. N e x t year's vacation money will come easily if you begin saving with US. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We have all the neccessary greasing tools to reach the out of way places that require lubri_- cation and can blow out the joints that are caked with hardened grease. @ AND YOUR JOB IS OUT ON TIME II li - Illl ............ I IIIml LII BREWsTER MOTOR CO.