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Your Electric Service Company I-- I Intended for the small cabinet or I Sealing envelopes in the busy of- FIRE PREVENTION carpenter shop, and for schools, a I lice is accomplished" quickly with an (Continued From First .Pa'g'e) portable electric wood shaper has]automatic moistener which not only "butt" been placed on the market' I moistens the flap but closes it se- nocent he is about to discard curely so that a slight pressure on a can be an instrument of death and Tracing drawings, art work and lpile of finished letters is all that is destruction, there would be an in- maps on stencils is simplified with a tracing frame djustable in six po-I sitters, in whcih the stencil is locked by two clamps. Lawn mowing is made easier and quicker with an electric mower that is designed like the hand machine ex. cept that it has an electric motor to operate the blades. required this keeping the envelopes ;:a:;=Se;:lu:il:ccia:i:h sn::kle cIean and eliminating mouth sealing. J y  . . . ' while driving', but let us see o it The office doesn't often seek the that our pleasant smoke has no of-I man in these modern days but the termath of unfortunate consequences[ officer frequently has to do it. The manufacturer, the owner, .the[ ' . . m , - driver, the motorist and the rider/ Iv is announced nat the British n and should coo-'erate with the I ca p will withdraw from the Rhmeland '" " Forest Service to the fullest extent. thm fall But not untd after the " Education will result in prevention grape season only if there is 100 per cent coopera- :  = tmn.--From Mack Motor Co. Bul- t ' , -.  dog.' There is no such thing as a good -,- ' .. grade ram. Use only purebreds. IiitrmNNllllllllllll|lll  |1| A v t000N FIXING FLAT TIRES is part of our business. The job requires three things, the necessary tools and supplies, the knowledge of the best methods to do the job* and the inclination. We have all three. BRING IN YOUR FLATS BREWsTER MOTOR CO. PHONE 49 Don't envy the family taking a wonderful va- cation this summer. .If you knew the truth you would find they saved for it. N e x t year's vacation money will come easily if you begin saving with US. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOOD PRESERVATION CONTEST RULES. ETC. To set the nation thinking on this vitally important topic of propt.r food prs,,rvation - to g'lt,al ll(!W ideas, n,w facts :tkt] I'i'2,'tlFs conch,ruing food preservatiofi in guarding health antl preventing' economic waste, the National Food Preservation Council offers prizes to the value of $25,000 for the best essays in a National l- d(a contest. The Capital prize is a Model Home costing more than $10,000 to be built in any community in the United States de.qi'nated by the winn6r, on a location aJlll to speifications to be agreed on bythe winner and the National Food Preservation Council; v or $10,000 in gold. lh,ad the complete list of well u'orh winning awards; study the simple rules and regulations! The contest closes Sepetmber 30, 1929. It takes quick action to win. Begin :tt OllCO. A booklet containing the list eli prizes, Contest Rules and valuable in- formation that may help you in plan- ning your essay may be obained from any of the offices of the Wash- try'ton Water Power Co. in this county; from the Jones Supply Co., store at Okanogan; or from any C. E. Blackwell Store. These firms are sponsoring the contest in this county Lameness is one of the first symp- toms of tuberculosis in poultry ........ SPTNMZ!ER 6, 99 n u H  in ........... Bootleg gin, siezed by the offic- ers is being sprayed around the Washington D. C. police statler to exterminate vermin. This is all right, if it doesn't eat the plastering off the walls too. The young folks ,may dre like freaks today in the opinion of their elders but that isn't a circumstance to the laugh daug.hter gets when she looks over mother's old picture al- bum of twenty years ago. If yo u want to know where all the money goes that used to flow into the corner saloon, it may be aum- ed that the corner gasoline station gets part of it. Filling stations for humans have been supplanted by fill- ing stations for the moto car. EI400 OF THE TIME IT'S UNSAFE to trUST T'HE WEATHER "* I Stud of U. S. Weather Bureau Reports Show s, Only 19 Days a Year dve age in United Stat "' , :.: When Outdoor Temperatures are Safe [or. F tit "e t Preserration Mother Nature is a poor guardlsa of peds "' able foods. Back-porch and window-si makeshifts for food preservation are tmsatisi factory, insanitary, unsafe. Study of Uniteit StatesWeather Bureau reports shows thdt only 19 days a year on an average in tl: United States afford outdoor, temperatu': that are saf for perishable foods. Ninety:? four per cent of the time it is too warm-.too cold. Trusting to these makeshifts is not an economy. The food spoUs-- little here, a little there--mounts to a staggering loss at the end of a yea$, And the menace to health lurks always in these perishables that are ira? properly preserved. Health Authorities. everywhere, recommend adequate artificial re/rig, eration the, year around as the only safe and satisfactory way to preserv e perishable foods. Take this step now to save money and safeguard tle. health of your faily. .-", =,, , NAT F 00,O P,R E $ E,R VAT I O N G R A ' Confest/I wards Totaling $ O0 2 5,0 , hgures foo prt trr-- Clown the list oI S@i oner DI s ration it; gtmrdmg, health and cash awards. i,revetjing c:ortonilC waste, the National Food Preservation Ask us for your fr COpy of Co.ncii' offers prizes to the valuc the booklet "How to Safegua of $25,000 for tl:e best essays in a YourFamily'ltealth".Thfte]la National idea Contest. you the rules of, the eontestl tho The capital prize is a Model names of the judgest an4 |lYre |lome; or SL0,000 in gold. "rite completellst of prizes./ NATIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION COUNCIL 430 Lexington Avenue New York City. For further.information call at any of the following stores or offices. The Washington Water Power Co. Offices at Okanogan Omak Oroville Brewster and Chelan Jones Supply Co. Store at Okanogan C. E. Blackwell & Co. Stores at Okanogan, 0ask Tonasket Brewster and Pateros #