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SEPTEMBER 6, z929 i i 1 i II IJ I EREWSTEK IIERALD BREWSTER; WASHINGTON i ................................... I w II i "U .... _ ............................ : .......... .i4.+F..ii..i:.i!!!!iiEE!z!!h.itih exports. Consider South A- SEPT. 7TH. TO SEPT. 9TH. INCLUSIVE CORNED BEEF, Emery  Brand, No. 1, 2 Cans .... 49 HEINZ KETCHUP l LARGE .47 BOTTLES SPAGHETTI, Van SANDWICH SPREAD Delicia, :l/s, Per Can .... 10 SPINACH, Del Monte, New Pack, No. 2/2 Can 2 For ......................................... PINEAPPLE, Fancy Sliced Camp&apos;s, Prepared, 2 2/2s, 2 Cans ......................... 49 Medium Cans .......... 19 JELLWELL, 3 pkgs ....... CLAMS, Minced, Pioneer /,s, 2 Cans ........................... CUBELETS SUGAR, C& H, 8 oz., pkg. 2 For BLUE ROSE RICE 5 lbs ................................ 33 ,, ..==. SEEDLESS RAIS- 4lb Bags .25 JILLY, Hunt's Supreme, 6oz. glass 2 FOR ....................... : .......................................... 19 PUFFED Rice Quaker Brand 2 pkg .29 PUFFED Wheat, Quaker, 2 pkgs .23 PRESESRVES, Hunt's Supreme, Straw berry, 3 lb. jar ................................................. 63 MUFFETS (Whole Wheat Bis- cuit) ................ :. ............................... : ....................... 10 ,BAKERS Cocoanut, ]/ lb pkg.: ...... 19 i HEINZ BEANS, Oven baked, Med. Size Can, 2 For ........................................... 25 .OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 4 Cans .27 SMALL WHITE BEANS, 5lbs. .52 LARGE WHITE BEANS, 5 lbs ........ 42 BANANAS, 3 lbs ............................................ 25 WATERMELONS Per pound .......... 1 You can make your best buys in feeds at "MacMARRS. SAI,MON, Pink, Happy- ++ale, 1 1-b Tall, 2 Cans .33 SALMON, Sockeye, Libby's Fancy Alaska, 1 lb Tall 2 Cans ......................................... 53 ASPARAGUS TIPS, Lib- by's, Medium Green, ls Square, 2 Cans ................. 63 ASPARAGUS TIPS, Hills- dale, Ungraded, :Is Square, 2 Cans ................... 53 KIDNEY BEANS, Van Camp's Med. Cans 2 For. .......................................... 19 KELLOG'S All Bran, 2 pkgs .............. 37 MOTHER'S Oats, Quick with China Per pkg ............................................................ 35 BUCKEYE, Rolled Oats, 9 lb sack .48 QUAKER, Macaorni, 1]/..:. lb, Spaghetti pkg. 2 For. .............................. 17 LUX Toilet Soap, 4 bars ......................... 27 CRYSTAL White Soap, 10 bars ....... 39 CREME Oil Soap, 5 bars ........................ 27 PALMOLIVE Soap, 5 bars ............... 37 FELS NAPTHA Soap, 10 bars ....... 59 ROYAL BAKING POWDER, 6 oz. can, .22; 12 oz. can ............................... 39 NICE LARGE ORANGES, 2 Doz..45 CANNING PEACHES Apple box $1.00 FLeeR, 49 lb Sack .............................. $1.90 of the prophets of evil omen howev- er, the protectionists have generally had their way and the country has prospered and made progress This is evidenced by the present national situation in which we find the Am- erican people enjoying a standard of living unheard of in this or in pre- vious centuries in any nation of the world. NATIONAL DOPE One of the predictions most fre- quently, shade by the free traders is that protection means the loss of foreign trade All of which, of which, of course, is pure bunk. Ev- ery year since the present tariff Wr!te..,fpr This Paper by ,,ikNKqP. L!TSCHERT The gexieraP,i6utcry against the protective ariff whicli we have aH heard' during t'ns ! few months would be mor:eonncing' to the thinking American were it not for .the fact ,that;,he kno the history of - previous, ,tariff ; lEslatiow.. Every time the..tariff;eome upcfor revision and, the, natdr bt pateotng Ameri- can pO'dffcfiWi0fhdS  ul  all sorts of dolorou ''+aictios')e ade by the free traders. This has been the law went into effect we have heard ease foe the*.psst-'eetuy"(In spite the dolorous prophecy in free trade ," .!; --: - ':<, ,,3'::,!m',5"1); `, i' ,i,. " 5' *nor[eL# nmrkots for example. Em'o- il 1 {i pr..'.m exports to South America have !;decrased by one-thd'd. lhe United ;States got that business. The Ameri- !! cau. are a young', active and ardent I)oople, and tlu.y understand better . than we do how to handle the ques- i tick,s of production and consumption. "They have gone ahead in the .'i: race because they have .a System of: high wage and active purchasing[ This picture is reported to be the po\\;v(r which has sped up production l :tars best of the season. It is stud ilan(i g'iven them first l,lace in that t have more action, comedy and gen post-war world." . ' eral entertainment than any of his . ____ previous popular efforts. Hoot #re- Here is a frank acknowledgement! (|uently resorts to the use of his +. of the success of the American the-I guns and his fists and spectacular r.: cry of high wages and mass produc-I tlu'ills follow closely. "Clearing the . #ion made possible by the protection! Trail'' is the: story of acowboy's !+ of our great home market. With this' fight to save the ranch of his young- !' market assured it is easier for the er brother from a band of men who :It ) i ' .American manufacturer to go out have foree(I themselves into the boy's i and get his share of the world busi- confidence as employees.  hess, o adding to American employ- ment and American prosperity. i.i ' i It is to be seen, therefore, that our t:a'riff policy is not a deterrent +'i G6 our foreig'n t:rade. Of course the E.: balance of trade is favorable to the i United States l)ut we send back that money over and over again through our tourists in Europe and the re.. ::..: mittances made by aliens in this country to relatives abroad. (]lying' up our home market to cheap Euro- l)t'an labor would not increase our :: foreig'n t,'ade. It wouhl shut down .. .American factories and make it im- l)o{+ible foe American prodtce: to compete in the worhl markets will) cheaper Jiving and manufacturing, conditions abroad. The sooner that our own frec traders and internationalists look the :'i___ facts squarely in the face as M. Loucheur has clone, the sooner the. will become convinced that the A- merican system is the best in the world after all. A fire in the forest, started "by. accident" or carelessly, does Just as much damage as a fire started un- |ntentionally+ , THIS WEEK AT THE BREWSTER THEATRE Hoot Gibson and his band of wihl riding buddies arc ,ue to burst in- to town again when "Clearing the Trail," his latest success for Univer sal will be shown at the Brewster Theatre, Saturday and Sunday, Sep- tember 7 and 8. newspapers that our foreign tradb was sure to languish anti die if we did not lower our tariff. Some in-I ternationalists ent so far as to de- l I clare that we must not only lower I our tariffs but wipe out tle Eur5: I' pean war debts unless we wanted to lose our foreign trade and throw our country into complete panic. In view of all this it is interesting to note the situation at this time. Our foreign trade is steadily grow- inc. According to reports of the Department of Commerce it is g'reat- er this year than ever before and there seems to be no indication that it will not continue to grow. But let us go a little further and see I what Europe thinks about our for- i I eign trade.. __ the Over in the Hague just now The courageous battle being wag- ed hy the police of Chicago against the gunmen and crime barons that in L " fst the unterworld of +. the great etropolis of the midwest is pictur- ed in the gripping melodrama "Chi- cago After Midnight" to be show here Wednesday, September 11. ' It porays the night life of Chi- cago's pleasure seekers, the devious ways of its underworld and the fierce vengeance of JAn Boyd, a betrayed criminal who look to gang law for redress rather thtm to the courts. And over all hovers the equally grim determination of' Chicago's detective and police force to hold the ruling. hand over the underworld turmoil But "Chicago After Midnight', does not deal merely with police and silk-lined criminals of the underworhl A glamorous love stbby runS: thro'ugh it all. , Prepared for occupancy i/i a few seconds, a omfortable bed for camp- ers is arried on the top of the auto- mobile leaving all spas in the car available in the daytime. 14 DAYS LEFT -' The only time in the history of Brewster that a guaranteed house paint could be purchased for $2.50 PER GALLON : 100 Per Cent PURE PAINT, $3.25 Per Gallon, ! Dent' be sorry by being too Late LINSEED OIL $1.20 Per Gallon PHONE 48. Dry cows can usually be carried ow,r cheaper .during the summer sea- son than they can during the winter, i For light colored currant jelly, use .equal proportions of red and w]fite culTants. prove the Value Of CHEVROLET SIX q'he new Chevrolet Six is shattering every previous record of Chevrolet success--not only because it providts the greatest value in Chevrolet history, but because it given you more for the dollar than any other car ih the world at or near its price! Facts tell the story ! Modern features Remarkable Six-Cylinder E;aglna Chevrolet's remarkable six-cylinder lIne impresses you most vividly by |tsntlonally smooth performance. At every speed you enjoy that silent. Tvet-like flow of power which is cbar- torlstl of the truly fine automobUei Beautiful Fisher Bodies With their low, graceful, sweepin lines and smart silhouette, their ample room for passengers and their simrklinll color combinations and rich upholsteries--the new Fr bodies on the Chevrolet,Six tOproaent o of Flsher's greatest hiovementa, Outstanding Evonom7 The new CJsVllet Siz 1 an unusulU economical ear to op+erste. No only dou it deliver Oetter #h wtfy mile# to the dallon o] lagoline, ut its oil economy Is equa/to. If not actually great than. that of Its famous four.yllndec prodor. r YOUR':ATTENTION"GROWERS " ' .'.i/.',;'ti, '{, .n + ,l:tt l ......... .'.I,.;s ::soI.P,.w,',IS NOW CALLED TO OUR ++)'! +'+[ HI;L + C)i I:Hi'l q :: SUPPLIES LADDERS'"' +:i ..... .,,,,. . ,,,,, .. I,tl: ,11c'+*, -'i ;el: lz; ......... i,,,,,,, .',,,,+ I,.:.P, tICKING BAGS ""'"" +": "'"" '""+"' :' BOX NAILS [ ,:.,;'. .... :,. .,),,:+:,h.+. (,. Ji-,t+.."< ALL NECESSARY+ ,+ . i ti,tlI ',t{J J /,',:;t t ,:1 ),' + ... + :ORCHARD;EQUIPMENT+,+ .... '" " VeE CA'NA'WIL 'sAE" YOU MONEY +; t 'IJI. / "  ', J") " st: "it) I " i "  " , ....... " 3"  I ' to'l':-,q iti +(La+[,rj+(l( -l:  GtJ ilJ .'H ,+'.+/ b)5[ft20')'<'I ',%It r , [.,h., f'*J;'" {Ittt: r', ,'!( :+ * ,( :)",'* ....... ,,, +BEEBREWSTR COLD: STORAGE ,.:' ", ,'/::. ,:.>. "It :lOIJ'3,'Ill, I'i (IX/. J=( , ,:, . ,::, , ,,,,,,,, Bwster,:Wshini/tn ,, [J , , ;u ,t+I.J:( ,.. ",+.)'J :i::i,.:J (,. :!l{;{Iti:(l,), i great powers are trying to finish up{ the Young plan, whereby tbe iiqui- t dation of Germany's war indemni- i ties is finally to be settled, it is hop- I ed. Great Britain under its new ! Labor government, ahs protested i  violently over the allotments nade in't' cash to Great Britain and has also l i.: expressed the fear that by paying so l i! ! much of the indemnity in goods ni. stead of cash, Great Britain's foreign .-'i trade is going to suffer. Something i of the shrinkage of Britain5s trade -':): afford the proof ! Read the adjoining column and you will know why over a MILLION careful buyers have chosen the Chevrolet Six in less than eight months. Then come in and get a ride in this.sensational six-cylin- der automobile--which actuall sells in the price range of the four! The +595 COACH Remarkable DelndabiUt  In order to appreciate what ot;lscad- " ln value the Che*ro|t III lpteo sents, it tS nec|m!gTy tmemlr thst It is built ta th worl4's hllt is laid to Germany's deliveries in g4in worgmsnahlp-it is ay Inca goods on account of war indemni-  rh $19 Th Imperial $/Olg  qu||ty car! ' ROADSTER.. ' .SF.I)AN.,.... TXTA ties. + The eg')K the Sedaq tie= -- " '. , n . $ PIIAETON... J Dlivery ..... +w mazmg 1+o%+, rriceb 7:,,.., '593 .,T4eL|:'I:D" 1400 An achievement no less reble' In view of this criticism of the f-- .... .___ v.er.yna-t,.._ ._ tlmu the design and quality o the .,,. ,s'po .... n. ,,, + {:he ...... Young plan, Louis Loucheur the no+ t:om. ..... ()45 Ton Clmui.. 543 ol-'vtlet i.bi Is the ft that It Is ted French financier and minister of The - '65 "rhetHTon S.= 0 - a.at prtos ama.z|nly. |ow! 1 DAN Cllutmlswi thC tl r labor, w]file deploring such "deliver- ': ....... " b vU tnrmore, evro{et oeuverea, ...... prices include the lowest flnanclali AIJprsc$1 0 b /actory FiInl Mlchlga ies in kind," declared that the Brit-: " "" ' ' - a.n4 haa41/ng charges va}lsb|, ish statesmen were wrong in attri- butin British unemployment to Ger- man deliveries of goods on the war,,Amerlean eompetltion is the prin AS IL , Klaas, Pateros,_ Wn indemnities. Then he touched the heart of the matter by frankly stat- ing: ,q N. THE PRIOE RANGE OF HE F:OUH ciple reason for the falling off of ..... .-. "-." _". . _ - ........ mmammm ..... -,-- J ............................................................... --..m..mm ...... -,---m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m m m m m m mmm