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"&apos; 'L " --| II I I ...... I IIIII " Blackwell's--Brewster, Okmnogan, Omak Pateros and Tonasket ?-:. , ..3 ""I/ "'"a, 2" \\; N WI/i : +--,- --you will find just the right thing you want at any Blackwell Store. Prices are Right and the quality is of the best. Save Money by Making Binckwell's a Hab;tl SUGAR MACARONI u,;, + ......................................... CORN FLAKES ..;=,:+ .oo ........ OATS Rolled, Peacock;; 9 lo BJ.gs' . .............................. BACON o,+o+.. .,.,t,..,; ,,o,o o,. Half, lb.. HAMS,D,oo..;.o,o or o,,. , ........... , ............ ,oo,, ..o +; 00 ,. + ............ 5.95 SUGAR ' $ i oo. ..o oo;  . + ............ 1.68 67 SUGAR Finest Pur Cane; 10. lb. Bags .................... FLO. ,UR Peach Bloss,,m; 4!, lb. Bags .................... $2.10 FLOURDrifted Snow; 40 lb. Bags .................... $1.95 SPAGHETTI 39 Ct; 6 lbs ..................................... ,39 .25 .49 .33 .33 LARD o,.o . ,, ....................................... .75 LARD o,.oo, , . .,, .............................. $1.45 SPREAD  o,;  ................ ....., .................... .35 IIIBRAN FLAKES o,,; o.on .................... MALT<SYRUP, ' Budwteiser; 3 lb. Tins ............ ':BAKING POWDER ,,oo,;  ,: ,,o+ WHT FLAKES ='' With Preanium; 2 For .,- 0AT FLAKES o.=,,oo . With ]remimo; 2 For ................ BROOMS ,**o,; o,0., oo,, .,o. ............... RED SALMON ,tared; :No. 1 tall *ins; 3 For .... SARDINES Califmmia; OvaI ,tinl  or ............ .25 .59 .28 .75 .75 .75 .87 .38 GRAPE FRUIT +o -, o . o, .37 ,!! PINEAPPLE oe.,]o,;o ,,o,o..45 SAUSAGE v,oo.., e.; o.  ,o.,  o. ...... .25 MILK ,,, .n;  ............................................. .10 :,< MILK $4 50 - Tall Cans; Case .............................................. soup : iex, All exoept G'ktcken; 3 For ,25 CHILI CON CARNE ' ' o. ,io,  o. .68 LIMA BEANS   ; o.  o.;  o. ........... .25 HOMINY wo,.;. +,o.  o, .... . .............. .25 CHOCOLATE Sweet, .Ghirardelli's 34 1 It,. Cakes-: ................. -4 ............... COCOA 55 : Hershey's; 1 o"'1[, 2 For ....................... / CAKES  ,; _  ........................................ 25 COFFEE: ' 53 Red Can; I b. ,n ...... ........................... COFFEE ea; .'. ........... ........ . ...... $1.05 CAKE FLOUR x-,n,: town ; Large Cartons .... e35 BRANoo , +. ............................................ $1.00 MILL FEED .  ,. ............................... $1.35 WBITE SHORTS 0  + ................ $1.50 CORN .... Crack/d; 100 lb. 13} tgs ................................ $3.0O $3.:25 $2.95 $2.75 $1.35 EGG MAKER ,,,. ; 00 . ,+ ............ SCRATCH ' .. Albe/..s PltOxm ; 100 lb..Bags ............ MILKFLO ,o,  ,.  .................. OYSTER SHEI Atlantic; 100 ,h. Bags These prices are in effect at'.  'os, Brewster. Okanogtm, Omak and Tonaket $res from Satm:day: m orning, Seltember 7th, nntil Friday night, September lah: BREWSTER OMAK ",TONASKET PATEROS BREWSTER HERALD Mrs. Harry Holt is clerking in the MeMarr Store tkis week. FOR SAI,EConcord grapes, and prunes. Now ready. D. S. Gamble. * * * * * Quite a. number of Brewster people attend the opening of the new dance pavilion at Chelan Saturday night. Mrs. W. J. McCormick and dau- ghter Maude are visiting relatives in Bellingham this week. There was no movie here Wednes- day night as the films did not ar- rive. D. L. Gillespie and L. S. Dowell made a business trip to Okanogan, Thursday afternoon. New shelng is being installed el, the west wall of the C. E. Blackwch Store here this" week. Mary Jane McPherson has gone to Portland to continue her high school studies. She is in her senior year. * * $ * * Forest Asbury, who has been work ing in the Molson district for some time past, returned to town the first of the week for apple harvest. Grant and Guy Brown came in from Whidby Island Wednesday morning. They have been working with a fish trap construction crew. Mr. and Mrs. E. . Johnson went to Chelan last Sunday to aid the manager of the MacMarr store there in taking inventory. Miss Elsie Anderson came in from Spokane last week end for a short visit at the home of her brother C. O. Anderson. a * # * * Miss Gladys Glllespie left last Fri- da. for Tekoa, Washington, where she will teach for the coming school term. This office is im receipt of some very fine peaches from the Ehvood Smith orchard. Some of the fruits measure 50 inches in circumfrence. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phipps have returned from a months auto trip through the midwest and southern states. $ * * * Marshal Bruce Plemons put a stop to the operations of a pair of ledd- lets here in town Tuesday. The cu-bone sellers were operating without an appropriate license. * $ $ * * :Mrs, :Pat Breslin who is in the hospital at Wenatchee is reported to be in a serious condition. Mr. Bres- lin and their two daughters are with her. * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Dick Massie are in Seattle this week visiting their dau- ghter Dorothy, who has been attend- ing the University. Miss Massie will return to Brewster with them. * * * * * Mrs .Anna Wods and Miss Anne Woods came in from Seattle the lat- ter part of last week. Mrs. Woods will visit with her brother J. C. Er- vin. About rift acres .of standing wheat belonging to Pat Bresltn was destroyed by fire the first of .the week. It is thought the fire was start- ed by the combine. 'rile managers of the Fox Red Ap- ple Theatre of Omak have recently uurchased the Gem Theatre in Pa- Leros and gave the opening show last night. Chet Weaver is in charge. The will be a reception for th Brewster school teachers, Monday night in the High School gymnasium at 8 o'clock. Full details of the pro- gram cannot be given at this time, but everyone is urged to attend. * * $ $ * The Auxiliary will meet next Wed- neday, September l lth. at the Le- gion Hall. There will be a covered dish luncheon. Election of officers will be .hehl and it is vitally import ant that there be a large attendance. Jack Stevens, John Laughtensla- ger and John Branton, sprinkled and graded third street from the post- office south, the first of the wek. They are now working on tile road from D. D. Hollands to the G. N. Depot. , Don't forget the 'Flower Show to be hehl in the Library Building on September 10, from 2 to 5 .P. ,M. Ev- IREWS TE P., WA%:N'GTON ,,  "( Morgan will hold ., ,,,::.xl ser-. vices ill tlae l't,\\;v:l.t.l' ri'li('LIl'L' buihl- ing beginn ng' tmfi',t :it 7::30. Their card reads its follov, s: l,:van:-elisti(' i services will tit, hvld i, the: IJc wster ..T Theatre Bu hiing" Sund:y ;tft(.rnoons at 3 o'clock. Eveni u,'s, except Wed2 { nosd;tvs,, and ,:ltuvd;C,'s :it 7:,15. "J.- i i'i sus ()ltly" its savior, Loid :tltd Exanl-  ple for "tll is their text. Vvvrvono: n: ' is invited to .dten,t. . STONE CHURCH :Y - Roy. T. M. Burleson, Vicar 220 Cottage Avenue--Phone S " Cashmere, Wash. m wouhl like. to report "t The Vicar turnout for tte first sPry,col.. .mRi splendid in resuming our church schc!dule. }' rhe attendance was s i  ---nevvl'the- I less we were not ,li,;(',)u,'a,'d as--- i i "where two or three aft. ff:ttlaered together his ii;lnl(, lit' hits pl'(ln-  in ,sod to be tiler,,.' l i.i We had a evlehJation of the lli Lord's Supper an(t In'aycd for d'te i welfare of till-.---ItS .on:+, ohC. ;t('('tOtlt- ly renlark(:tl+ I "it}' 119,' ]'el [hObO +'till :;, beds of sickness and (,httil's of well- ness." Church-going' is :m opportunity not a mere oblig'ation. The Vieur does all in his power to ,ive .,ou reguhu"bi-:nonthly x'isil+, in:d.,;,(1 of monthly. It lnt,ltn8 :t 170 i;file dr,\\;>. antt 8 hours lint(, :tt lh:. v(.t'y ]t'a:t-+- often times h(, d(wotv:; "A ({:iys o your intert,sL. \\;Viutt do or are you I willing" to do for your part? l\\;'luet] i him half-was ..... 2 hour's cimrcl) atten- ] dance a month is really very little-- l compared to the tin, e that you show things of less import--Think about this and plan more consistent action, COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday morning will bc lally Day in the Church School. An interest- ins program has boon prepared by the committee. Every boy :tlld z'irl ill Br(.vtst(q Call receive a vaht;tble contribution to their life by l'cg'ulal' work ill the Sunday School. Every parent owt,s it to their chihlren to bring' thuln to tllld.ty School. Not send tlmln. Sunday ev(,ning' ])r. L. O. iail'd of Seattle, Supt. of lIomu Missions for this territory of W:tshing'ton, Northern htaho and Alaska under the Congregational Church will preach. Mrs. MeDon:thl will play the ;organ and we hope to have special vocal numboys. Then will be a business meeting of the church on Monday to which all nembers and supl)orters of the church are urg'ed to attend. The Christian End,tarot Society hehl their first fall business meeting' Thursday evening with prosi'lent, Annie Woods in the Chair. A good delegation will attend the Parish Young Peoples R:ttly at Mal- ott Sunday afternoon, l'lans were discussed for the years activities and committees appointed to clean up all old work. Several new young people are interested in this work this fall. The Ladies Aid reel 1,'riday at Mrs. Woods and their work ;or the year was discussed and plans made to make the work of lhe or.' nization as helpful as possible. ocials, food sales, theatre parties and a phty are featured in their program. Every person reaches his highest development and greatest attainment through a consciou reco'nition of God in his life. Experience felloxwhip With God through the church and its program Of helpfttlness. . The physical equil)meJlt o1' the SEPTEMBER 6, 1929 KILLING TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE As usual, MacMarr's Store is quoting some very fine prices 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 i + What A Relief I --it is to let a good ice cold milk shake or bet.tie of pop 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 i o: l il li Ill I II i Delicious Pleats -+:7:,; TA-277_-_-V'--: =  Choicest Cuts of Meat at the Biggest Cuts in Price mill I I II mmm '"This is the most economical store in town at which to buy your meats. Buy Here and Save Money. All of our meats are fresh, tender, and delicious. Our service is efficient and couleous in the extreme. lllll m I mm mmmlm PHONE 24. SMITH'S CASH GROCERY & MARKET church property has he(,n i,nprov(,d i.--" .-- ,--  ' H+tMett,lh..l '.+ by the addition of .1 bas(ment and j "': bath room to the parsonage. This ii w+.,,.,o+,,,+,,,+,::.,,,;,,,, ..,: SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 'I Society with Mrs. D. D. Holland as  [ i president. I "CLEARING THE TRAIL" The church has received one coat] of paint and the front has recdved Starrmg Hoot Gibson with Dorothy Gulliver a Uni-, two coats. Workmen had to he laid l off for lack o funds. This work] ftersal. "Lead poisoning" was a common ailment was made possible by z'ift from the Brewster Flat Ladies Aid and a few friends. Through volunteer help the church roof ],as b(,en repaired and Mr. Geis- sler placed new tin in worn places and soldered the 9Pen joints. Last sprinff the beginners amt pri- mary rooms were decorated under the leadership of Mrs. Holden and others. A few vohmteers could make the church yard more presentable alld i'll- decorate the auditorium. If you will give some time to help, notify Roy. Pendleton. eryone welcome. Exhibits from out- sweet clover i sa v.'reat soil re-. side districts will be very welcome, storer. Plan your rotation to include awarded as follows: Best it. Lawn; Greatest Improvement; Dah- lias, Ist and 2nd; Asters, Ist and 2,,I Practically all .grain :l:s::iv[3:ll Best general collection. Contestants scattered in the air, a 'e + p c , ' mast reside inside city limits, can be ,g'.mte(! by a v:P,tk thrfemn:: ,, , , , I Use caution 1,O pre en . g The Misses /,L Fleming and G.' fires .... ,'with eyeryone who intedered with their plans, but Hoot turned the tables on them with a pair of six- shooters .... , , , , NEXT WEDNESDAY "CHICAGO AFTER MIDNIGHT The gangsters are tough! But Chicago knows how to handle ,them! See--a tremendous picturization of Chicago's midnight revellers and those who prey on them I Gripping t Dramatic ! Inspiring. BREWSTER THEATRE