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PORTLAND BROKERS BUY FIFTY SECTm)00S QF TIMBER HERE--.IS LATE REPORT REWS&apos;i'ER HERALD B. LEAGUE ANNUAL MEET .... .,., ----., . . _ . ,, , ........... ,,= PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF AND TO THE "GAYEW'AY TO THE FAMOUS OKANOGAN COUNTRY". VOLUME NO, 25 SaEWSTER, OKANOGAN COUNTY WASHINGTON. 5Er"rEMBER 18, 1925 NUMBER 14 - i i li m ,i.. ........... i i|l i . ....................... . -- nm n ,in, In nl I II I n n n n n i...,. 00oo, ,o o00o.,o,SHiP S APPLES ...... l'.(_&l, :.-,,.,.. /\\;:tel (_c:y-..'uv, ,e:::'::v.'. t\\;!I [,..y {:y A 13 CHAPIN i atteml to this and the furniture and i Pother belongings have been stored. .................................................................................................. ................................ TO CHICAGO :'.):'..::.'.;..: ;;. . ::.:.<:-,:=.>:\< :.:.:::;.:: .:: .:.:..-. :-.->..::. .... f ."L-:- . - . . ., 7. =..  !awaiting the action of the Board o1] 'f*z:C;::'..`.'5;;:j5::!&.': - ..-': ;  .... ;?&'.- : ". - -. "- -:v . : ,o. ...... .>.-.- .2..:../< .../ . ........ :. _ ... ......... , ........ .:., 7::...::  .-.... ......... :_ t Directors or Execuive Committee. TUBERCULOSIS LEAGUE HAVE >\>', '....:',',,...-. ... :..;-. ,., .-. .....  .' /--,.-::.. ,. >.:. <:..,...;- -:..:::- workers, while we seldom lose the As a producer of the Worht Faro- ,VERY SUCCESSFUL METING ' ) l!=-,,,,.z "" ,..-  ....................... ") ..- - / : -.--.-v, : .,. .....  .:.  ,:... 4-..'._:.5:>' ...', .: .} ......... A..--.w/ i',.:-:'. "; % I, '-...:!: ', " 'old ones. In this way only, interest: ous apples that has made this eoun- and knowledge in the tuberculosis try noted for, the L. H. Spence or- FINANCIAL REPORT :. - ..... -.,._,.:_,,._._..) ... / ,..:./)::7l [[.,.).. ...... _2.\\;.x-' 5 . "<=-- )/A',"* work can be extended , We have said card is second to none. OFFICERS ELECTED "Y' .....  _,.. , / ....=. ':zt ' A .'-',;'". ",' - ......... ' ......... : // t Mr.. Spence '/" " ' ". ' ' .. , ..... = ..  I ''-- --<7 . """  '.' : ""  :""  ' .................. ., " ,",, .- I ..... ;-.:"; r-.c,.-. / ,- -: "',x  :== ........ i before. (lead Amber in ,'he Tu- through his scien,ific system of ..... , .-- . ..* ' ,-:-, '.-., , " :',, .......... "--.' Tuberculosis handling his fl4uit has added quite The amml mceUng of the Okn- _ <&'=',, ), ,.. . ,. .,"'), :.. " '.. ..... _,"' "")". . ' ", .:, '/'<"".':_-. .. \\; --.I:=-. .... =-- i bereulosis League)" ogan County Tuberculosis League (;'(M'-.'  " =  r' '" ;"" " . "--' ...... ::--'''''' " .... .-- workers are not doing a spectacular anaterially to the POF.ularity of ,the -.. ,. " .- i .i. ..v7 " . ......... ) . ":)-. :-: == thing, nor a time does it seem to Brewster District apples. When . -.'2. .. -- . v, ..... _. '  ............ " ..... WaS held ilt Onxak Friday, eptembcr . )'.._"2 "/ -,  ,..-  ....  .... I -:  ..... " ........ " ....... \\; ' '.,,'..'=, ', ,'- ...,'-,:" ......  - be a thankful undertaking, but we about the methods employad in han(t ports were given of the work of tim  [ 'love for, and a belief in, such work replied he used no scientific mehods }.cr umt a most inspiring message .a sit is, also the patience and vision in caring for his fruit, "Just Horse w:ts brot by Dr. J. J. MarKey, cling- . There is more to this than ,v i to cry it on. May this meeting toduy:'Sense.." llO:tieLalx f.or the Washington Tuber- : : ).:: mark the beginning of even bettcri.one wouht think on the surface. To "-6ulos Association. Mrs. 1. IL u- .L=/   ,;.. ip.7 S. ........ ,, things for ,this organization and may' start with when Mr. Spence staq. .aech"'a:ta'association,Exccutivc ,,'asSecretarYagain ,viLllf dmu '*J " " .!L2V ":#''z-- i ,L,r.):,. :':: ,',;.i:,--- t ...... :7:..-!i:! we al| g'o forth with greater enthu- picking his fruit and it happens to be y .,..7.--T"- "  .-_:..=.::7.:::: ism for having gathered together a very hot day, as is often the case, "to help launch the work lor tim co,a-  .:z-- ,.. . ...... v # :r:-...=.. here in Omak. Mrs. George W. Lee,.  he leaves those apples in the orchard in K year) arid at tile evening mectlllg  ,..( .:.-- / "---..j 'O,,.;'..- L : =: ......   ;F: ' Annual meeting', 1925. 'over nigh, thereby prc-cooling them gave us an unusually cleat' talk o,a ..... ""--------::::;  : Report of 1924 Seal Sale. to a great extent. Othmvise they 2 " .... - ......... .3 ".'"----- $225.71 . wouhl be hauled immediately to the "l.uberculosis W,ork Today." Dr. _ . ,... _ _.i?l:g)_:( ' Omak . ................ , MarKcy spoke on "'Some Nutrition . Okanogan ............ 107,12 packing sheds, wrapped in oil wraps, k'roblema.'" :'-  " a :: _.:=.::==:.-. "" Pateros ..., ................ 56.75 excluding all air and retaining all of h'. &sixon's report on Nutri, tion [ " ./" "" Oroville .................. 75.00  the hea, t the apples might con- ch.owed that class-   , ............ Tonaskc, ................ 85.72 i tain, then piled up in the warehouse WuK in tile county :" ...... " Brewster - ................. 7,90 'still retaining the heat and eonse- e wre hc|d in Pateros, Twisp,Omak, Okanogan and 'r.onaket. Mrs. At'- ' Riverside .... ----. ....... 35.50 !quently reach the eastern marke in thur tiuggins repoed on the annual .... (( " .... i Mcthow .................. 13.30. lvery bad shape, reducing the price mee,ng ox the Washing%on Tuber- ....... :=::. Coneonully ............ 11.50 land injuring the district as an apple cutosis Ass'ociation in Walla Walla. -. z-_=: . _. ,  ...................... : .... :-: === .......... i Monse 1.25 pr0ducer of first quality. The repor o the president, Mrs. :-::--- -- ..... :=:=- " ' ....-:=_.=- ::=::;-:: :: ........... :.,-. Loomis ........ -.-.. ....... 18.22 Mr. Spence recently shipped a oar George W. Lee, was as/'ollow: .... ( Q: ' ::i: :. .= .... Malott . ..................... 7.15 of Johns to Chicago and the rot urn .... I',.L((t- _.t,.,, < ''L () telegram from his people stated that 11; does eem rather fitting to hold: Molson 12.08 |/C. " 1'/ ' " ' " ................... .., mceAng of the Okanogaa Co.unty [ ".. / / !---. Chesaw ...................... 1.40 every apple was in perfect eonndition Tutbereulosis League in Omak for t | ) . Nespelem ................ 14.00 and the wonder and admiration of all ,,,,as in the fall o, 0L  mcctUlg t :-=-'N,-x... . Wauconda ......... . ...... 5.55 who saw them. The "Siwash" brand of the Country Glub at the home o ..__.f''" ::._C... . Carlton .................. 18.85 which by ,e way belongs to him, Mrs. C. E. Watkins that tim work  =:-:-. ._ Twisp .... ----- ............. 25.10 is getting so well known that it is wzts lirst launched. :From tha, mall :==t '---=._ =" Winthrop .................. 6.00 a sufficient guarantee of the quality beg'inning, with the sale of the then ...................  Rural Teachers ...... 74.74 of the fruit, so tha,t the buyer does l.cd Cross Seal, by a committee 1 I not need to hesitate, for he knows , e t  " t " ecei-ts 77057 he is getting vne of the best tt les enthusiastic club omen, we hv ................. - .............................. ro ax  v .... * . " ' PP .............. . ,. _. I  . , .I M C'.eore W, Lee- Omak grown. This is a(Ivetising,' " ore" )- gro.wn to th,SSSealObU:l? :tu:::;h_ given later. ' year, a tuberculosis booth ,,'as qui(:c t by and hterature was gwen ou to al,'County "C*ha'irman hristmas'Seal Sale!Pies in a way that pays. 1 lom. ,eag, ue, a ............. , In the fall of 1924, Miss Olive in evidence. Mrs. George B. Pratt, those who wished t. I The annual financial statemen ell Mr. Spence has one of the largest e every eorneroz out ,::r:=-][l Windette, State Director of NuCrition'of Okanogan was good enough to I A hort time ago came a message the Lea,me was given by the Record !crops of apples of any single grower ,miti nat sin aft. oana oz. , ........ : for t!a.e s ta_tq Assoc!ati0on, spe about.take chtr of.i..md, de:pite the / fl-on]. Mrs. Harris, m Okanogan, that i,. Secretary was iven as follows: !in this section of the country. He glown to all anKnown nmmr ve "  " " s " "" ' , ..... "., ' (a m0nt"in te'county, 'l-lii'mg o o''= "eat's " an'cl'"he'r"iit16b'aff([ t" Ok. I fle 'Oomiis,iomrs wished-Une room Annual- " a ci I,:Sta ent " iwill harvest 40.000 boxes of delicious have hffd,.t!m, b!ouez:. ::';:e., the t:':-ig'aniZercai: classes,.. . and giving talks to'anogan, laides fixed a most a,'Aractive, tho Leatl( furnished ;o be ..vaeatet' Ba l, i;-i;ank IF:; ::-a t ' lapples this year making h|m he stte, ucrmon msse , v ":school children She visited almost exhibit The Ilcalth Land R-ulway, as they had use for them as office ,,or" ' .48368 largest grower of that famous carl- motion oI health has beua  v all ]ocahtws, altho some remote ones the Milk 1)rinkin,," Doll and the n'+st-lt'oom+'for a cour, tv offi ial Mrs ......... ", ....... _ ' .. .............. , ...... : g "" [ " " '" .... (Continuea oa rage 4) evy ,u Vace(t uniter r, ne waml )bject I can ah ay coum, on t goo L '"' ' " .... ; " like Nespelem had to be omigMd on', brand. His apples are packed on co-workers here at Oi0k ant[ the I .... . ' " ' ................ . , aeeo.unt oz aimcut traveling at that ......................................... his home place then loaded onto a l't)dponso that we ]laVe lllet 111 nlaK-'  _e --., #-'- -----s - - t tnn,: o year..tv, m,s rowl0y, net suc- l ................................... boat and delivered direct to the rail- illg m'vaug'emcnts for this mectm':_esso r ame in the s tin to ",x ..... .... .... t " c .." , c . "p g" o,, ' is. Here roan wKhout tho hent and handlin:, ha been mo8 gratifying aml agaiU'up ,he work already started and e . incident to truck hauling,. you have not failed us. !also visited the schools. : On June 27h last year, .'t few oi! I County Superintendent GEnre,  :!!i L,b jor|ly(,,[ to '1',,".% 1} ,vh,:|'c h..' ... ,.(,.y k,ndly v( yol.||" plo2[don.-'t :';i HOME FRUIT llttal meeting of 1924 was hehl, .'m place on the prog,'am of the Teach-: i:i:!i 1 so began anoUmr year's activities of:ers, Institute hehl in Okanogan ia !:' ,he Tuberculosis League. At a mcct-'Oe,ober. As our wet k deals,o muc;, 17" IN WASH D C ing o the Board o1' Direct.ors ox' with chihlren, and. especiaUy th': iii i July 8th )vhll (211 lntllbel'b Wgfe'n |,1 I .--k^^t ' .t." .... ' present fxom vaxtous pazs of the . "" ' ' " . t greately appreciated. At the Institu,:,e ::.:.!il. The Brewster-Bridgbport Grow- county, the ofticezs md executaves the " -' ' " ' Child Health Alphabets were .-.: ors have been shipping out a car of comiittee were elected. The loeali- distributed' o all teachers of the pri- I frui, a day or abotit that rate, while ,ties represented at this board meet-,mary grades__on e booklet for each! some days they fail to load out a ing were: Patero.% Malott, Coneoa- child in these grades over. the eoun-, ':: car still the next day two or throe ully, Okanogan. and Omak. 'tim ex" ty. In picture-book form the children I !ili'i):iiii: t cars may be loaded ou,t. ecutive committee has met three gain a knowledge and interest, in !. A car or two have been ipped times during the year. We are,not a,hcMth habiCs. Also, thru the kind- I .:. , to Washington, D. C., the paw week "meeting" organization bee, a work- hess of the Kolynos Company, tubes ' which was .of good quality Johns. It ,, v :"> .L/' may be that President,Coolldge may ing one. The officers have tried to of tooth paste were given free to the . .. .-:',:: fulfill their duties, the directors over teachers for their Impils. Those who i"']" :. . : :": ;:'!:. : ..-. have a taste of Brewster fruit4 The the county have certainly responded have been for leaders in the tuber- z-': < ' ."' : : ::" " ,-. '- apples carried the famous "B. B." k ",: ":!'S .,:.>".. ..... . ";:' '" "', " : ) brand,which stands for Brewster-Bri- to every request and their duties culosis work do appreclaCe heartily  ;:?'iY::  /: : .:.: c',,, : have been met and performed. That the splendid co-operation of the in-  ........... ,..:. .... , . d: I dgeport. Two or three ears of de- loyal band of Christmas Seal sellers structors of the county. The work ':'"'"%'. .... ::.." :. Gmmar Kasson, and hi:: f::i:,o,. licious were also shipped out the first --men, women, children and teach- would hardly be possible, or effec- .:!;i.'".": ::. ': " ' .... ' doffs w!.,i.h helped him ca'y t, 6f the week. The delicious were of . .':.......:... ... . :.' ers all need special commendation, tive, if it were not for their loyal,y, ':d ...... .:.::::: .... .-- ...... :..),.-. . ...-,.-,.,. ,, p)'ecJous a:)ti(:oxin to Nome I: rea! fine qtmZIty and were grown Also, one must nt, forget the biasi- intere and willingness to devote "'L': a; ..... !::.v.. .==,=c_.'.= ..... =.., ..... .. . ,::a winter :r,.,,in fl'e .,t:tw' al)).,earJ,g on Brewster Bar by Mr. Ohme and )" i ",' i) VtGd'.f;I;.. Pictured is l:-- hess man who graciously and gener- time to maters pertaining to health :,:, uu-::tt ,,.ctm'c of the I v,'. lt, and Mr:. Culk.ge -board Mr. Berd ' - Enff.a:,, C,aoL " " ally buys the Christmas Bond. To promotion. 'he i:-:fi,)w(.: l'c :t short c:'.:e ato::g t?=e New " )  :',n an  dt--G"e 7reel lead d/,g an. all who help by buying or selling Thanksgiving time always marks i)esvb.., |he f::ct IJ-:;d (J.3 ]>l..i:;en: [ ba,:Jy in i]ecd of t'et :lrl;] which t.,m.I 'e way throtZh the rclitr.;:.ti,,;L :',-"'.r:. )'r6:n F.v,.::-:p-.cott, Mass., are th:t he I;.s ":.'.,.'  Arctic L::zzar.3. , ;.,,: APPLES GOING Christmas Seals, or both, to each and the beginning' of the Christmas Se'd thrown him.,:elf ;.,', a:l'.ir: f .tate ,ith in:i,':r:,, cc,fercncc, ' ' one of them I just wish I could. Sale, amt has become as much a part <ched,.:le,l :flr,-,,,.t eve:'; ,i,ty [ every say "thank you!" Then there are of my life as Christmas itself. The , , DOWN SOUTH also the nutri,,ion workers, the ones:huge box arrives from he State of-I I "('..Dff. ra,,iy" ] l.i A,C|'tlOVel,'::!?"_,! .......... ] ,! " who have a class to attemt every i rice, my house is strewn with piles ..='", ...... . :.Sj::e.. ............ :...:.-'.' ,s,:z,.:':;:{.:.:. week for sixteen weeks, not to men- I of posters, advertising materials . %.:.'.'. 8. - " ..... i":;:' ":..':...:;: .-:'i:',," ::q " ..... tion the hours of preparation. This seals and such and' you can imagine! '.:L,:'',,r:!: .":':!::'/ ":;': t" ......  ,A...,,. The Brewster Orchards Company  . :'" .o,.7':': i l takes fai,thfulness and patience f.or the blessed relief for me when the ',!?.;::<::;.: .- stae(1 the packing plant and ware- :"7" '-'":.% ",' " i ', ....:{:.: ," : ..... .... , house last week and they are now it seems to be here that rather try- last of the twen,y packages is in the :: ,; ,;':.i.y'.; ing, difficulties have to be met but post office and I almost impatiently : yii:: :/..;:..:..:":i.::.i.:.)::i:.:  !.,::?,i'i: " ..F, ........ >' : ........ .(:. ..,. busy running apples of very good ,tom the interest manifest, d there await the repor" of the chah, man,. ii:i>:i,!\>i i:i.::.! :. ":::.,  iiiii '/. ' : '--".*. i  ,,<,..., . .,.,, ... quality. They have loaded out ,ev. seems to be a demand for this phase wondering up o the last minu,e if i::i.::():,i:::; : .... " " " "' ...... '::'-?':,!!":'"_.' "."'F era] cars of frui,, including a car or -.: the work and we hope that re- we are going to do as ,,ell as the pre- ii.i.i:;::i.::j::i:).{!/ ' * :;.... ..... ,..,."-. ........ :!'::'": so .of pears. ,   .:.::::ii.:>::;/::;:. ". "i, , '  Two cars of Jons were loaded out sults ten years from now will show v/ous year. 'lhese fMthfu! chalrmer, .;.. .: ":':=' "%' : ":::": ........   .ii!ii:ii!ili ilii!. :.::..::i;i/;!:::.:.!i. last Saturday. These ears are both Ps worth. So you see we are rather many of whom act in this capacity ' fi'':: '": : , ,::::..'" ::!':' .i :.:.::.L',:.: ::.:: :::...:.:.......:. .,.../.. a large group ,cattcred, as we are, year after ear, are the ones who " !:!i':::':iii:'](;i::i:::!:!::"'":::::-i!iii:ii::::i ,:!:>\>i:!:i::::::.., over the county, have a very real part in making the. i i i:  .': :!:i:::i:......:..::... ,,',. :::':"i!i" billed to go to Kentucky, The ap- .......... ' ........... +..  ::: pies were labeled the "Skookum" Mrs. George B, Pratt, of Okanog- :ork possible. What would we do '!iiiii.i:.:!il-;;iii:,!.!:.:i!D.. '  !"iJi!iiiiii:i:iiiiiii!; "::!: .:' braml and no doubt bu what those an, and Mrs. A. M. Aston, of Omak without you? Please d,o not fail us ,q.i,..!.:!::i::i:.121 :.;'!::;; iii:ii).i:. ::/:)/::ii!>!; r, t;:':i:i;/iii/:::" :...,:,..':i"::.> " .-. ." r: who live clown in the "Blue Grass meeting of he Washington Tuber- This year the annual meeting of ;....."::::':'."!::.'.:.:::::..'?'J:':::i::.: ":":!  .,:)::' ' -'-, State" will say that the boxes were eu]osis Association held in Everett the state association was held i_u ."::<..!::!i:/:!'::!,!i:i.:.:.';,,,,....,,. . <":': :...:....: ::...... :!:!:!!iii! ,.:iiii!: . ;:. ,,.. '=.-..,- , , properly named, as the fru|t was. of in July 1924. They came back full of Walla Walla. Mrs. Arhar Hug'gins  *.::.:::.:..::.:..!:i::: ". ......._ .- ..... .--,:.:.:..::.:..i:::::: '.::.. :iii!i :iiii!!ii!!i:ii'!i":::i.li:i!:i . .., ..... .-=n,= fine quality amt was of good large new ideas and enthusiasm which aml Mrs. A. M Aston going' as de'e- -- ................. :-:-->--.] size. they have used to great advantage in ga!tes flwm the League his was a ._V2x,. ' :.-.,": "::i:i.;L q iii!:iiiiii:ili!/il;i::;:::!;:i ' 2'-''---- Whe:, 5.'.::k I%:"ps.y Ve ..... t, .  before " .: :" ". v-.h. .ow,.:.,- helping o further he work of the long 'h'Jp and evidently the meeting This youthful sleuth, uow just Mabel Clare Orr of llackweH, .,'ion, i...:. [:2t0:" t;;,,' ,: it: ,t Where you find rub sires you l.eague. Mrs. Aston has acted as Nu- was quite worth it and wc feel g.:ad I 30, i: chief of the U. S. Sec:et Okla., is the only woman oil well from t:': b .,y.'.,tm trip ,o ,X,r- trition Chairman for the county in there were two who could give o" Eervice, succeeding Win. J. Burns, drilling contractor in .the worhl. In ope, b'- wa: ;,]:);,,iy ovcr,:'::,.,'t often find a scrub farmer. the past year and has been'a valued their.time to represent us. Mrs. Itug'- resngned. I{e i.' J. E. Hoover, of eight years she has built up a big aw.l fac:x ai (',r,!c ,I in u',;9 helper in this capacity. A report origins will rePort on this meeting. Washingtoq, who won the place by business--spending most of her down i: he s to :.,:. '}',:,,,.. i ' Good eggs -fi-n/-'a ready market this part of th League work will be A the Rode ili, O]kao4gan thi his great work in important gov- time in the oil fields with her Wills, .., he |,':; ......  .. % .... . evoTwhere. , eminent ca'=s, staunch army of worker, mish" t o, k