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BREWSTER HERALD BREWSTER, WASHINGTON I. i i ii i i i i I I ii NOVEMBER 29, 1929 Blackweil'sBrewster, Okan0san Omak Pateros and Tonasket :L Miss Loretta Sandell left for Seat- tle the first of the week, having re- ceived word that her mother was ill. $ @ @ i a H. E. MeCartney will operate a hot dog stand at the dance Saturday John Lessard came ill from Ever- ;i:':.::;:,. .'tt Saturday to spend the week end :-:. wltb his son Ed. * Q  -""" Jolm ttopfing'er, Win. Galbraith .md Bert Haller, from the Bar, trans WE ARE PROUD OF THE BRANDS o,o business, ill. town, ,Mnday" Ray Whitinger was up from Cash- , WE HANDLE ?e Thursday to spend Thanksgiv- ;ng here with his brother Francis. They re always uniforln both in sizes and quality, Dick Lawless'l;f: for Seattle last and guaranteed to give satisfaction. There is econ- Saturday. He will attend business omy in buying well known brands. ollege there., , Mr. and Mrs. Marian Brown are visiting friends and relatives here Save'Money by Makil.g Blackwell's a Habit! this week. itk.'?..:: Mrs. Berth; Sear; :nd Mrs. John- on spent two days shopping in Wen- $6 00 tehee last week. SUGAR Sea Island cane; 100. Ib Bag's ............ "'* ' J.M.'Smethurst :ame n from So- SUGAR 65 -ttle Tuesday night, after spending Sea Island Cane; 10 lb. Bags .......  ................ C ;we weeks there on business. SUGAR $5 80 "'"" Manufacturer's Cane; 100 lb. Bags ........ Mrs. Mary Nettiberg and son ' $4 50 21arence drove to Seattle last week MILK Borden's; 48 Tall Cans .............................. where they will spend the winter. FILOUR $1 95 Mrs. H. J. Brown entertained with Peach Blossom; 49 lb. Sack ...............  surprise party Saturday evening in 'IAMALES 23 Gebhardt's; No. 2 Tins, Per Can ........ C honor of Marion Brown and wife Mrs. C. TC-.*Mcl'i,;le, and Mrs. B SOUP Van Camp's, All Varieties;3 Cans ...: ................ 29  Smethurst drove to Wenatchee SHRIMP 49 o,,,,. Dove Brand; No. 1 Tins 3 For ...................... C A post-nu;tial'slower for Mrs. SALMON ,ue,,,,o, Tins3For ........ 49 ,o,, Bryant was held at the home .... 45 f Mrs. B. Bryant Thursday evennig CLAMSe.ipakt, Whol0; No., Tins Very Fine; 3 For C f last week. BEANS 45  V. Dicks'i;inga dance in the California Fancy Red; 6 Ibs. For ... ! ........... C Brewster Theatre building Saturday IVlACAR0,,NI 45 ,ight. The Oroville Hoot Owls will Ibow cut; 6 bs. For ........................ C "urnish the music. " : " '45 "'" SgAGHE 111 ,o Cut;6 rbs. For ................ C Mr. aml lr; Phil Adams and RICE 45 hildren left by auto for seattle,[ ,ancy Blue Rose; 6 rbs. For ................................ C Wednesday, to spend Thanksgiving CURRANTS Reliance New Crop 45 with relative 15 oz. Carton; 2 For ................... C Ed. Lessar, *A: :dersen and D SAUER KRAUT Ohl Faithful 39 B. Fletcher attended the H omecom- i No. 2  Tins; 2 For ........... C ing of Wenatehee Encampment, I. O. SPINACH 37 O F., Wednesday night. Fancy, No 2% Tins 2 For .................... C . . . . . ASPARAGUS Reliance, All Green Fresh 23 Miss Edith MeFarlane left for Chi- Style No. 1 Round Tins ............ C cage, Monday. Last week she was BEANS Reliaime Refugee l:'aney Out 45 honored with a handkerchief shower No. 2 Tins; 2 For ............................................. ' C held at the home of Mabel Winslow. BEETS : 17 ""'" Reliance Fancy; No. 2 Tins; Each ................ C The American Legion Auxiliary '  70 will meet next Wednesday, Decem- 10IATOES Extra Standard; No. 2 %;5 For C ber 4th at 2:30 p. m. at the home ?00A3i Air Fancy 45 of Mrs. George Lawless, Mrs. Ben No. 3 Sieve; No. 2 Tins; 2 For ........................ Smith assisting hostess. CORN ,i.o,,. o,,,o,, Bantam 39 ' . . -' " '" No. 2 Tins; Z For . ........................................... 'rod Mrs. Harry Phipps and daugh- PINI':APPLE sea Island Sliced 49 er drove to Omak last Saturday to No. 2 % Tins; 2 For ................ C drop and visit the J. C. Penny store PINEAPPLE s,:a Island Crushed 49 "toyland." No. 2 Tins; 2 For ................ C , , , , , COFFEE ' 47 Coach Sorweide reports a very Shaw"s Finest Blend; Per Ib, :Now ........ C good turnout at basketball practice COFFEE ' 53 this year. There are enough candi- Reliance; One Ib Tin ................................. C dates for posit!ons on the team to COFFEE $1 53 :make up two teams for practice. Reliance; Three lb. Tins ................ s * * " * * car and took Paul Marion to the Deaconess hospital in Wenatchee Monday, where tie will receive medi- cal treatment. Paul has been in poor health all summer. He would appr.- I ciatea letter or a call from any] Brewster friends who may be in 1 or go to Wenatchee. D. S. Gamble, Ed Flanders, Gee. l Davis and Frank Mowatt drove tel Ellensburg last Friday to attend tlfe: funeral of Mrs. Jack Munson who l passed away very suddenly in Elllens burg the first of last week.,, Mrs. Munson was formerly Mrs. Whittak- er and a daughter of Mr. Ford, known to his friends as "Uncle Bill Ford" who passed away several years ago. Mrs. Munson and son Clifford Whittaker formerly lived here. ANKS We wish to thank our many friends for thcir kindness and help; in sponsoring the (lance given' for our benefit. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cretin AUTHOR STOPS HERE t FOR SHORT VISIT FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blunt of Bel- lingham who have been spending the past month in the employ of the Wenatchee Daily World were in town Friday en-route to Wenat-: chee and Waterville. Mr. Blunt is the composer of "Old I Home Nest" a song which s being featured by Loren Hatcher the youthful soprano singer, over the air and in theatres. Other songs to be released by Mr. Blunt soon are "The Garden Swing," "Washington" and "Marguerita." Mr. Blunt is also working on a book of his poems, a humerous book "Miles of Smiles" a book of animal stories for children, and a book on "Vacations for High Schools." The Hatchers and Blunts were homesteaders near Monse Where Mr. Blunt taught school. Mr. and Mrs. Blunt will spend the winter ,months at Wa:erville. "Tim Old Home Nest" is on sale at the Andersen Bros. store here. STONE CHURCH (St. James Episcopal) Service and Sermon, December 5 at 8 p. m. Note the fitting choice of a spec- ial collect, Epistre a.nd Gospelfor Thanksgiving Day in your New Prayer Book, pages 264266 The Roy. T. M. Burleson Cashmer Wash Bee do not hibernate in the wln- ter. They must be kept warm and fed. Come to Us or FEEDIS .... WHEATpe, Ton  - " $37,00 WHEATper ,o ::ii.iiiiiii:i'iii:g , $2.00 OATSp, Ton : $49.00 SHELLED CO pel To .................... $50.00 SHELLED CORN.r ,oo :i .......... $2.50 EGGMASHe., , m, ...................... :;iiiiiiiii:i:. $2.80 WHITEoDU wl.y CO" ..... i , i i ii I I i  i I i I i |1 i i la i i] i ii iiii ii i i i i.iii I'I THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY To Be Sure of Plenty f Fuel That is to get a supply when there is plenty of it, and then it is cheaper. In a few days a car of Washoe Lump Coal will be here awaiting your order. .LET US FILL YOUR COAL BINS THEN OF ALL KINDS FOR WRITING PENCILS, PENS, INK, NOTEBOOKS, BOXES, ERASFJ, CRAYON SETS, LOOSE.LEAF BOOKS, ETC. PENCIL RULERS PHONE 24. t TEA i t You are invited to attend a silver Lipton;s Black ;One lb. Tins ................................... C :tea to be given at the" home of Mrs. SMITH'S CASH CROCERY &  D.D. Holland, Tuesday, December TEA Lipton's Green One Half lb. Tins .......................... @g]: 3rd, under the auspices of Circle A DilqA MITE NO. 11 2 Cartons. ........................... 46C ttlef theprograln Ldies Aid.and ga.nes w ithCOme and enjOYus. ............................. jl, I '.J,' ", J, ._ PEARLS OF WHEATo.,,o.o ........ 39 - ran,a."",o'" FLOUR Car;,ation Premium .... 35 : ................. SYRUP: Spreadwell 4 % lb. Tins; Per Tin l ........ i ..... 63c YOUR ATTENTION, GROWERS MILK FLO .,o..; ,oo , o oo $2.75 s NOW CALLED TO OUR NOUNCEMENT T CRACKED CORN oo  o; Per Sack $2.80 oRCHARD SUPP IES X wh to take this means of an i Albers' 91[ nouncing that showing of i .] l,l'l&kr.al i00 lb. Sack; Per Bgck *J.J.t I BRAN o0 ,. oo; o, c .................................. $1.00 LADDERS movies in the Brewster Theatre | ROLLED BARLEY 0 ,. o oc$1.95 PICKING BAGS BOX NAILS will be discontinued until fuller | notice. ALL-ICESSARY :' ........... :: ':'" .... These priies are in effect at. Pateros, Brewster, Olanogan, Croak and .: ....... TonasketDecemberStOres from6th. Saturday morning, November 30th, until Friday Proper announcement will be night, ORCHARD EQUIPMENT made as to the date of resuming :"' the movies. /r WE CAN AND WILL SAVE YOU MONEY '  # .... ' ' .... :''" ,. "*- . ;,--d_i:" ": .... ' "  G. V. DICK, Mgr. I BREWSTER .. TON&SKET BEEBE---BREWsTER COLD STORAGE .......... ............... OKANOGAN (Basement Store) OMAK  PATEROS Brewster, Washington , , ,, ,;:7,