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hl ,', - ;" " ? IIII I I II I DANGEROUS DRIVING MONTHS)E AHEAD The fall and winter months are the most dangerous for automobile driving. Rain, snow, sleet, and ice darkness, haste to reach home the cold, tightly closed low visibility, all contribute to i a chief danger of cold oo, ev driving. The motorist must nfront not only a visible wet or icy surface, but one hidden under a bed of fallen leaves. Last year 1,740 persons were kill- ed and 51,720 injured in 44,510 ac- cidents due to skidding cars. "The automobilist cannot ca'y the i i i iii ir r _ that may have developed during the PUBLIC LAND SALE summer. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR "Be especially sure your brakes U.S. LAND OFFICE at Spokane, are effective; be sure )'our tires ae Washington, November 1, 1932. in first-class condition, also your light NOTICE is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the system and your windshield wiper. General Land Office, under provis- "Allow for early darkness and forlion s of Sec. 2.t55, R. S., pursuant decreased visitibity. Ito the application of Jacob W. "If you find your car going into I Wright, R. F. D. No. 1, Pateros, a skid, do not jam on your brakes."lWashington, Serial No. 017201, we Available statistics indicate that lwill offer at public sale, to the high- automobile fatalities in the United est bidder, but at not less than $1.25 per acre, at 10 o'clock A. M., on States decreased about 12 per cent the day of December, next, at the first 7 months of this year. If this office, the following tract of that record were to be maintainend land: SWIA SE3. of Sec. 24, T. up to and including December 31, it 30. N., R. 24 E., W. M.; and also, would mean that the number of hu- at the same time and place, the NEA man lives taken by motor cars dur- NEA of Sec. 25, T. 30 N., R. 24 E., ing the year would fall below 30,000 W. M., at not less than $1.50 per acre. for the first time since 1928. How- The sale will not be kept open, driving practices of late spring and ever the supreme test is now being but will be declared closed when lummer over to the fall and winter applied. Every agency nowadays is those present at the imur named have without runninng a great risk of ac- endeavoring to bring about a reduc- ceased bidding. The person making eldont," says Maxwell Halsey, Teat- tion in automobile insurance rates, the highest bid will be required to hmnediately pay to the Receiver the rio Engineer of the National Bureau A winter driver should realize that he amount thereof. of Casualty and Surety Underwrit- can contribute most to the success of Any persons claiming adversely the er. "Conditions become vastly dif- this movement by driving in a man- above-described land are advised to ferent in the last three months of!her which will decrease the number I file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. the year, and the dt-iver must take of accidents. them into consideration," Mr. Halsey Under the most perfect conditions A.W. DOLAND, Register. |aye down certain rules for the dan- the driver of an automobile should 12-9-32 serous driving months, exercise extreme care. And when the "Knee your car thoroughly in- bad days come, that care should be IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF speeted for any mechanical defects stretched to the utmost. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR OKANOGAN COUNTY -. ] In The Matter Of The Estate Of i CHRISTEN ANDERSEN BREAD STILL TitE KING OF FOODS Deceased " NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS ulations of Central and Southern Euro- pean descent, the rye bread habit per- i sists. This is particularly true of Min- nesota, Wisconsin, New York and Pennsylvania. Corn bread is no more Southern than New F.ah nd but each section has slight dierent methods of making it. Some cities have many more vari- ti than others because of the variety ESPITE the efforti of faddists to popularize other foods, bread is still the king of foods. It is the most economal and most ntgritious of all food*. No one seem* to know how many loaves of bread are consumed in the United States every day. One author- ity on baked goods statistics estimates it at 34,000,000 loaves. In June of this year the average l'ice of bread for the entire country was 6.9 cents per pound. In urban cemers 93 per cent of all bread omumed is made by bakers and in rural centers 80 per cent. The white pan /od the typical Amebean bread, is everywhere. But this has man}, varieties of shape and size--favorite because of habit in different localities. Boston brown bread is ,told in greater quantities in the Eat. In communtties with large pop- New Figures Prove That Olympic Contestants Were Heavy Eaters oNTESTANTS in the recent lympic Games did considerable eating as figm:es show which have just br compiled. A total of 58,000 pounds of meat and fish were consumed by the athletes. They also ate 7,800 pounds of poullry and 46,000 dozet eggs. Four thoand five hundred $[allons of milk were needed to meet their requirements during their stay in the Olympic Vil- lage where the 2,000 athletes were housed. Butter tO the extent of 6,000 pounds was used. The athletes called forke cream frequently and ccmsumed Z,720 to an athlete. Without good food proF- gallons: Three thousand hundred- I erlcooked he can t feel fit. pound sacks of potatoes were eaten. An Countries holding Olymvtc Games i.teresting item in the list is 4,200 in the years to come can well afford to cakes of fresh yeast which was used study the plans formulated at Los (or Seneral conditioning. Atheist t.or keeping the athletes happy A total of 18,049 pounds of bread .and healthy. BREWSTER, HERALD, BRE,W'STER, WASHINGTON. "'" - "---"--'" NOVEMBR. ff,.1982 -__1 _,.- -- L iiii I i i I I i .... -' , , , " ', " -,  ............ "T ...... TIMES GIVES 00OOTL00CCERS HOW ONE WOMAN LIQUOR DATA[ REVISE PRICES LOST 10 LBS. IN A WEEK Thursday Seattle P. I;On the Mrs. Betty Luedeke of Dayton heels of the repeal of the state pro- writes: "I am using Krusehen to re- Will Be Dispensed By Drug- hibition laws at the polls Tuesday,:duee weight, I lost 10 pounds in one gists, Physicians And leading Seattle bootleggers revised week and cannot say too much to their price schedules downward yes- recommend it." Dentists terday. To take off fat easily, SAFELY Alcohol dropped from $8 to $7 a and HAR, MLESSLYtako one half Yestei'day's Seattle Times carried gallon for home deliveries, teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water in the morning before the following information on how Scotch was quoted at $18 for three i liquor traffic will be regulated in reputed quarts; rye at $18.50 for breakfast, go lighter on fatty meats, ashington after December 8, when three imperial quarts, and Bourbon potatoes, butter, cream and pastries !Initiative No. {31 becomes a law: at $18 for six reputed pints. it is the safe way to lose unsightly When the legal barrier in the State Canadian government liquor store fat and one bottle that lasts 4 ks of Washing'ton is lifted December 8 Hennessy cognac was still high, at [ costs but a trifle. Get it at any drug- $7.50 a bottle. But a new supply was ]stre in America. If thls first bottle fails to convince you this is the promised at a lower figure in thelsafest way to lose fat--money back. near future. ]  But be sure and get Kruschen Cheer up. In about twenty-fivelSaltsimitations are numerous and weeks we can look for spring.  you must safeguard your health. No. 1998 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That Anton Andrsen has been ap- pointed executor of the estate of Christen Andersen, deceased, and that all persons having claims against said deceased, or against his setate are hereby required to prepare such claims in due form required by sta- tute, and serve the same upon the un- dersigned at the office of his attor- neys below stated, and file said claims with proof of such service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, within six months after the 28th day of October, 1932, and no- tice is further given that if an)' elaLm is not presented and filed with- in the time aforesaid, it shall be for- ever barred. ANTON ANDERSEN Executor of the estate of Christen Andersen Patterson & Davis Attys. for Executor, Office and P O. Address, Okanogan, Wash. NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, the 6th day of. De- cember, 1932, commencing at ten o'- clock in the forenoon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to of population. Many New "fork City the County Court House in the city bakeries carry as many as five kinds of of Okanogan, county of Okanogan, white bread, seven or eight dark bread, State of Washington, by the County in addition to special types peculiar to Auditor of said county, the following the people in their neighborhood, described state lands, together with The World War interrupted the in- the improvements situated thereon, creased consumption of bread. The will be sold at public auction to the supply of wheat had to be conserved, highest bidder therefor, to wit: The activities of food faddists have had their influr-nce. But as people be- NOTENo one except citizens of come acquainted with the nutritive the United States, or persons who value of bread they. return to this have declared their intention to be- cheapest of all foods. The)' know there come such, can purchase state lands. is no better food. - Application No. 14284 Lot 3 of section 9, township 30 north, range 25 east, W. M., con- taining 18.90 acres, more or less, ac- cording to the government survey thereof, appraised at $189.0,0. Subject to the payment of $3.89 for local improvement assessments under the Methow-Okanogan Ivriga- tion District, which must be paid in cash on the day of sale. (Subject for casement for right of way for railroad purposes hereto- fore granted to the G. N. Railroad Company. ) Sa/d lands will be sold for not less than the appraised value above stat- ed and Npon the terms and condit- ions folloSing: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid at the time of sale. The purchaser, if he be no !the owner of the improvements, must !forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the ap- praised value of the improvements ins above stated. One-tenth of the !purchase price must be paid annually thereafter w/th interest on all de- ferred payments at the rate of six p_er centum per annum: Provided That any purchaser may make full payment of principal, /nterest and statutory fees at any time and obtain deed. The purchaser of land contain- ing timber or other valuable mater- ials is prohibited by law from cut- ting or removing any. such timber or materials without first obtaining consent of the Commissioner of ,Pub- was eaten. The Frenchmen asked for lic Lands, until the full amount of French bread and got it, The Germans asked for rye bread and got it. In all, the purchase price has been paid and thirty-two kinds of bread were asked deed issued. for and supplied. All sales of state lands are made Another [ntcresting ttem is 69 Sol- subpect to the reservations of oils Ions of mayonnaise. A total of 2,110 gases, coal, ores, minerals and los- pounds of a variety of cheese were sils of every name, kind and descrip- eaten, tion, and to the additional terms and American athletes and contestants conditions prescribed in section 3 of from overseas left Los Angeles loud in chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. i their praise of both the quality and Said lands will be sold subject to the quantity ot the food provided them. the terms, conditions and reserva- :Ad of course food is most important tions of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927, relating to easements for rights-of-way and the carrying of timber, stone, minerals and other products over the same. CLARK V. SAVIDGE Commissioner of Public Lands and medicinal liquor once more will become available, government con- trolled distilleries in Louisville, Ky., robably will supply this state's first deliveries, Roy C. Lyle, Northwest supervisor of industrial and medici- nal liquor, said today. Those distilleries as well as others in the nation, are busily engaged right now in producing, pure, bonded spirits. Besides, Mr. Lyle pointed out, huge supplies of medicinal liquor are stored in various parts of the coun- try-particularly in the eastern half of the United States. Approximately 4,000,000 gallons of liquor was stored last year, Mr. Lyle said, and similar amounts were locked in warehouses each year for  the past three or foul'. All of this liquor has been manu- factured expressly for medicinal pur- poses, the supervisor emphasized. Aside from the plentiful supplies of medicinal liquor in Louisville and other cities, limited quantities are a- vailable in Los Angeles and parts of Montnana, Mr. Lyle said. Probably none of the assorted whiskeys will be moved into the state before Initiative No. 61 becomes a! law December 8, Mr. Lyle said, be- cause transportation of spirits is pro-i hibited by the state bone dry law. All of the medicinal supplies will be handled by physicians, dentists and druggists, the supervisor pointed out, about 3,650 of them being eli- gible to apply for permits in Wash- ington and about 2,720 in Oregon. Tile big red letter day in politics is coming when a Republican Presi- dent finally does something that Sen- ator Norris approves of. At the Cincinnati University they are said to be experimenting on the feeding of glue to chickens. We have eaten some boarding house chicken which tasted like it had been on a glue diet for years. i FOR SALE 1928 WHIPPET COACH Good Rubber Good Battery Bargain Price For Quick Sale E. C. SAWYER @ One and one-th|rd times the one-way f;rs class fare to Minne- apolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Ch;cego, Montreal, Hew York Boston, St. Lou;s, New Orleans and many other principal cities. Tickets on sale Nov. 12, 19, 21, "2b end Dec. 3, 10, 17, 20, 21 ;n 1932. Final return limit Feb. 28, 1933. Lib- eral stopover and diverse route priv;leges. T-o Eastern Canada. tickets also on sale Dec. 1 to Jan. 5. Return limit 3 months. For Trans- Atlantic travel special sale dates and limits. Travel the clean, cinder- less, scenic reat Nor- thern Way on the iuxurl- ous EMPIRE BUILDER. Ask any agent for particulars. ... ....... %.. SAVE HONEY THIS WAY The big subscription offer of the Herald is meet- ing with instantaneous response. Now fotks, we do not want you to feel in any way squeamish about taking advantage of this offer, whereha We cancel all back subscriptions, It is our ffer and We are pleased to make it. You do not owe us for thdback subscriptions we cancel. We' make this offer free, ly and voluntarily, so de not hesitate in taklag ad- vantage of it. Send in your renewal and fet MI back charges. We haven't any. we ARE 00LAD TO gXTEN00 V0UR SUaSCRW: TION TO 1933 AND CANCFA. BACK CHARGE ON THE PAYMENT OF $1.00 If you wish to send in your renewal by mail, use this coupon. 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