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PAOE | I THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLE6PIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is charg- ed, cards of thankS, resolutions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates ., ==, THE PIED PIPER OF SOCIALISM Never in the history of the UnitedStates was there such a chance for peacetime production and steady employient--but there is no longer a free opportunity for individuals to take advan- tage of thih situation. Government has grown so big that it dominates not only the affairs of in- dustry, but it is a retardhig influence in the smallest household and the most-minor job. Gi- gantic labor monopolies have the power l',o bring any industry to a standstill to enforce their de- mands. A returning soldier oi' any other eitzeIl cannot work in the basic industries of the United States withou first getting permission from la- bor bosses and paying for the privilege. And in- dustries, bound by law to a closed shop, cannot hire a returned non-union,veteran or other man without having the'rest of their employe walk out under the protection of the law. All he fine spun. economic theories in the .:forld will not give employment When the right =  produce and the right to work are smothered. .There are 0olitical influences at work in Con- i;i:; :%''::' gress to destroy private enterprise on a large scale, on the theorythat only government can furnish sufficient jobs, The fact that free indus- try is restrained from giving jobs, is carefully hidden from the people. We saw Germany wrecked under dictators'hip and state socialism: We see France and England headed in the same direction, witJh their politi- cians promising the people that government can fill the bread basket better than private enter- prise. And in the United States we see the stage )le the same way. ,r fate than the slave-people follow Ch, e Pied Piper of of personal liberty is the tribu he demands. REMOVE THE CAUSE Sheriff Art Michel of Okanogan and his de- puties cleaned out Brewster's jimgle camp Mon- day by taking several drunks or so-called 'winos' to the county jail. The sheriff did his duty in protecting the public against such people but he is only able to act on the effects and not on the catme. Until we restrict the sale of such damaging sweet wine to the easily made vicCims of this drink we will always have a large number of un- fortunate winoswith us. This drink is, we be- lieve, the worst liquor curse the American people have ever had. Liquor at any time is not advisable but this heavy, sweet wine is particularly objectionable as it has such :a deteriorating effect on the phy- sical, mental and moral bearing of the one who imbibes it as his favorite drink. The public is getting tired of seeing so many drunken winos on the streets of every city and town in the state. 22400 The ' NATIONAl BANK0000 OF ,COMMERCE of Seattle H ERhLD-RPORTER HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON by Mot OUR DEMOCRACY MARCHING FORWARD into the Peace...,. *BREWSTER II0 COLD BOXES ADDED TO LOCKER BUILDING The Br'ewster Cold Locker Ser- vice will soon have an additional 110 cold lockers to sell. The ma- terial has been delivered ami their work was started this week. This Will give A. R. V'ernon a total of 298 lockers in his estab- lishment. Mrs. Harvey Wen andt was a business visito ih Spokan this week. * :* .s s The new mihister-coming to the Congregational Church here is ex- pctect to arrive this week to fill Mrs. Karl Clendenin was in Wenatchee on business last week. Mrs. F.D.* Wnsl'ow  has z'etured from a week's stay at Soap Lake for the improvement of her health. Guests entertained at dinner Sunday by Mrs. K.P. Mill.berry and Mrs. Jo Martin were Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Abury, Mrs. O.P. Mc Coy, and the Misses Ida add Kelsie Curry. Mrs. H.L. Washburn has return- ed to her home here after a leng- FOUR INJURED IN FALL FROM TRUCK I BRIDGEPORT Four Mexi- Cans were hurt Saturday evening when they fell from a Monroe Fruit Company truck driven by Harry Clark as it rounded the corner of the street near the state highway garage coming in from the orchard. Augustin Hernandez, who fell on his head was the mosc seriously hurt. H'e received a skull fracture and was taken to the Omak Hospital. Dr. Stout atten- ded the injured men. Others in- jured were Ascencion Aldana who suffered abrasions on both arms and legs, Francisco Castro, back injury and lft arm abrasions, and Dimas Ayala, arm abrasion and embedded gravel in hand. All had been picking apples at the Monroe orchard. A son was born to T-Sgt. and Mrs. Bert Wick Friday, Septem- ber 28th, at St. Anthonys H0spi- tal in Wenatchee. Sgt. Wick is now stationed in Nebraska but is expected home soo ..... thy stay at the Coast, wher she was employed during the warwork ing period. Mr. and *Mr% lence Hurst an'd daughters of Spokane, were guests over the weekend at the John Saint home. Mr. Hurst is a photographer, and took several views of the Mexican workers while hem. Mr. and lrs7 R:land Curry and son have found living quarters in the home of Mrs. Mary Fox, xhile they are working in town. h=om * " Another. town boy to re- turn is Don Hyde, recently dis- charged from the srvice. He and Mrs. Hyde arrived from Ft. Blip, Texas last week. "They are tem- porarily at the LJ. Sparks home. Mrs: Lawless, who a few days ago fell and broke her hip, was taken last week to the Omak hos- pital. Her daughter, Mrs. F.L. McCrea, Mrs.Netti Whitinger, and Raymond Whitinger went to see her Sunday evening. BODY WORK IS ALL 'GUARANTEED BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. l illll Consult Us About Your Real Estate Problems INSURANCE I.tpt next Sunday. J . ^ I ).:, ,:"-'!-::   .,. , .'. :" .;., . ,, ,: c'., '- .  . 2,= , Mrs. Roy Plemons, Plo- I I I I !1 I mons, Norman Stranne, VicHowell and his son Leonard. Mr. Howell, returned Seale, and his son, for- rterly in the medical cor@s in the Navy, have bought a grocery store in Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Plemons and Mrs. Wanamaker took them to their home at Manson Sunday evening. $ $ N $ Mr. and Mrs. Akers of Okanag- an have moved to Paradise Hill and are employed at the Gamble Lumber Mill. I SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan ........ 8:00 A.M. Leave Pateros ........ 8:33 A.M. Leave Brewster ...... 8.45 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .. 9:04 .A.M. Leave Mansfield .. 9:35 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:25 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P4M. ) WANTED - Kodak for Service man overseas. Mrs. Fred Word, Word Motors, Brewser. ltc --WANTED - A Cabin, 1 or 2 rooms, with a cook stove. One by itself if possible. Call or write Mrs. Anna Haxgis, Box 170, Oka- nogar Wshion. ltc4 FOR SALE - Bby Bassinet, Swing with spring, toilet seat, car seat. buggy and walker-stroller. Will sell all for $25.00. Call 51F4 or write Mrs. John Neff, Pateros. FOR SALE - A good Circulat- ing Heating Stove. Almost new. Chas. Emerson, Bewster ..... tfc FOR SALE - Ladies Navy Blue Fall Coat, size 40, never worn. Mrs. Win. Morris, Brewster. tfc27 WANTED - 3-Disc Plow: Aron C. Johnson, Twisp Wash. Box 84. RADIOS REPAIRED Halls Radio 5hop, Pateros tfc FOR SALE - Factory-built 16 foot Trailer House. G. Peterson, Pateros. 3tp20 FOR SALE - 6-weeks old pigs. Ready Septembe 9. I. T. Gano tfc WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN Day, week or month. Mrs. F. J. Warden, Ansel Street, Formerly McClellan Home. Brewsr. tfc20 RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE- Dry pine or fb cordwood. Darrow Rawley, Okan- ogan. Phon 267-W fc WANTED - Will pay 4c lb. for clean cotton rags. Must be at least one foot square or larger, no wool, rayon or silk. Call or bring to Herald-Reporter office. Arrive Mansfield ...... 9:00 P.M Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. Arrive Brewster ...... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:3 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Resident= We now have a stock of lamps for the home, flashlights and batteries and other electrical equipment NOW OPEN FROM 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY PIANO BARGAINS One good looking, pain ease combination @iano, play by hand or roll. One standard make, re- conditioned upright. For particu- lars, write Powers Piano Co., Veradale. Wash. 3tp20 @ HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER State (Continued From Page 1) Senator Hugh B. Mitchell seems to have ade a good imp'ession on the folks during his recent visit to the state . . . he seems to be 'trying hard to deliver a good ad- ministration . . Cash balance on hand in all funds is nearing one hundred twenty million dollars . . every dime of which will be need- ed in the days not far ahead . . . there is yet some talk of a special session of the legislature . .*per- ha4s early in 1946. Ladies Aid meets this week at the home of Mrs. Wanamaker. OCTOBER 4, 194.5 I ATTENDS CONVENTION Mrs. Max Marchesseau is at- tending the American Legion and Auxiliary State Convention in Spokane this week. At the close of th'e Convention on Saturday she will go to Che- ,welah to spend the weekend with her mother, Mrs. L. R. Parker, and other relatives. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO 37 Harold B. Stout, M.D. PAT,EROS Mansfield Wednesday Evenings By Appointmen t "i ' / For a Good Lift Radiant Health Glowing "-" il:ality Hail our refreshing MILK OKANOGAN CREAMERY CO. OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWISP AND WINTHROP 1 I I [ DAY-BY-DAY practice of The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle to rely on soundness of a business  regardless of standing importance nation. In 1868, Charles Fleischmann brought a strain of yeast from his native Hungary to America, introduced the first com- presse d yeast to this country and started what was to become the Fleischmann Yeast Company. That was the humble origin of a great undertaking. In 863, two Boston merchants, Caleb Chase and Jaes S. Sanborn began the packing of high quality teas and coffees in Boston. About the same period, two enterprising druggists in Fort Wayne, Indiana, com- bined baking soda and cream of tartar and made the first "Baking Powder." A few years later, The Royal Baking Powder Company was born. In 1929, Fleisct_mann's Yeast, Chase & Sanborn Coffee and Royal Baking Powder were brought into one organization Standard Brands Ir/corporated. Today, these famous poducts, along with many others since developed or acquired by the company, are going to millions of con- sumers throughout the world. The humble beginnings of the com- panies that formed the nucleus of Stand- ard Brands, now an important customer of this bank, are among the many reasons why The National Bank of Commerce pol- icy isto extend sympathetic, constructive consideration to small business; virtually all successlul businesses ol today were once small. _ _ --- ...,.., throughout the F lee ,veta/DeJmm't lmm*m* BREWsTER BRANCH BREWsTER OLL Y. HILZ. Jl(,m. I