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I BREWSTER HERALD iiii i .11 i ] i _ i i i i i i ,..cpme J a:a]--(on:,and..:become,aequaintedwith this NEWER, BETTER food service. := : - ",2. FLOUR, MaeMa'r Pei, sg $1.:8S, .... Per Bbl $7.30. MINCE MEAT, R.& H. 2. lbs.For " 39c i . t _ *'*'J'l "1 i i WALNUTS, No. l's, Per lb ................................................. 25c J SALAD DRESSING, ]2 6g.:;Ja, : ......... 20c r . i TOMATOES; 0oviile: 2i2'S , 2 For 29c " " i I| BULKMXCARONI, 5 lbs. :.37c --=:-.:  '," " r , CHEESE, Western Cream, .Per lb. -29c [CATCHING "HARD li : DETROIt, M1Ctt.,,,- rio many II J " -- :: " t tl $ l automol;ile owners cold weather I1" --": :_ --11 -/ ldriving" and "h-u'd starting" are 00,synonymous. [P,-h/[,.. .i.P.A.IU- .-. '| .i[ It is true that an engine does not ............... -"-'J l start as easily in Winter as in Sum- " ' - " .... ; :[ met, but a little care. on the part of .,...- z-.- .:".S..J -/:.'m'..i.:, ' [ the owner-will go'a long way to- , , .. , ,.... , : . . .. -:.:- .: .. : ' " M" " l waz'd mmimi$ing the difficulty, iJl,l': ':  i:ii:i :::i:i ". I point out ' .. ::; : . : ",:... '::." '.:: :::::::::?.::::: .. ,. t . ."i::;i!i:f:.,'../: I:i/::i!::.!i!!ii l Since the inception of the Chevro- i:!iiii:iiiii:'iil! li: , ........ :!!i " [let car more than eighteen years a- !]!i:il lib "mm J:ii ' $1 g' company engineers bare been :ii::B  :B Iii " l applying themselves to the promlem ii:., {.'' ii: " I of easier starting. ::i,4i  2 Z   :! i " ,, ,, ::k:!:.i,'...':% -":::i! ...:. ,:!:!::. ! ........ ] Making use of the coht room :::.. :::: :.i,:/:'.::x .: ::::  :?:i  ::% ..... ; ... i]!i:!:::] ": :" " " g....,.-"''., :i' . . .:.::i.'iiii[::: [ facflffms of the General Motors re- :.$.'ls00aroh labratori00s an,, wor00ing for i :ii;:l.:i: lhundre,,s of (lays in zero weather at i: : i i:ii:i:i !: i i: i: .:i .i::: i ilii. " iiii|!l I[!ii::::::ii/[iiii[!/iii[i!i [the General Motors ,Proving Ground. i:::i:l !N!.lIRii::Jil"i!iiil[:. ..I Chevrolet technical men have been iM iii!:i lattackin the "cold motor" probleni ......... :'": "'" '=' ................ " ........ [ for many years. . , n / In considering the case of the car Prices For=Saturday'.& Monday, Nov. 30 ano uec ,. i, that s .-.-- .......... r .. i[ i djff.icult to start in cold Lucky food ,buyers !: ,They have found the fine'- i l weather, Chevrolet engineers call at- HA'rp :.[ tention first to the rather obvious foods in the finest food stores in the West ....... :/fact that an engine in good condi- m.eana:.MACMARR'S;-of.:course! " IfTou are not a: tio ,,.ill pe{frm all its functions; mong these 'luckypeople'-vCh6.bUy:at=MCMARR'S [including starting, more satisfactor- LARDS, .Cargte/s, Pure;. 4 lb..Pail 66c TOMATO SOU,:,Vah::(amp's 3 For ....................... i 25c ill COFFEE, Marbt/?;;,.;,.?,.: 1 lb. 45c 3lbs $i.32 i GOLDEN BANTAM CORN, Crest,.2For : 39c i l r T, P. STRING BIN..2 i,-2-F)r ::.. :.:' . , 29c .... " "" ' "L " "i' ,''"  .... r ..... " LtJX S ()A-" 4 ::.N'r ::/::ii:].:..:L:..:i...=.:i..= ,./.::i ............. /27 ", , ..,'i',." ' T 't " , " " ""l " " ;  "' ........ '," COA$.TF-t WAGONS, Each $,}:75 ' .......  "' ...... ''.*T '[ "  CARROTS, 10 .lbs ......................... '::;=*-.20c ONIONS, 10 lbs ............................................................. . ................. 25c. SQUASH, Per lb ................. .....i=..:i..=:i:-.i,:,...:.::,.i:f..i.: .......... 2c COCOANUTS, 00For .... ......... ORANGES, Nice and Juiey;.3 Do*:: 6r -'- -.: .:! ......... i'49e-i CELERy,::2 Bunches ..... : ........ :..!Li...;.::..:]:..i ........ ;!,..i)...iii ......... 2" SWEET POTATOES, 4 .-:;.::.-.......:..,= ........ ).:i'i:.:... ........... 25e FEE,"::'*':DS ":" - .... - ..., -% 7.. CRACKED CORN, Yellow, 100 lbs ........................ : $2,70 WHOLE. :CORN;" YellOw;. 1.00:11.i; :.....=..::.i.:.....::.:....i $2.65 SUREM!LK, 1 Stad0Q ls; ::.=..::.:/:.=:.....:...,:..:....L... $2,40 ,. ...',,: .: .* _,:. . * .: .,. , SURELAY, Egg Mash, . lO.O:.s...... ...... ....... ................. $2i85 SCRATCH, 100 lbs ................................................................. $2.80 , . ..... ,.. .. WHEEZES, &-$NEZE .... (By the Public Health League o; Washington. ) "NOW is the time that"Mr: Comn/on Cold begins bisbusiest season. He knows that bis victims will be le- gionhe glefully-, osider ,he damage he can do Is :no{:eonfin/d to any one age. He remembers the case of Mr. Sniffle, a loving parent .'-h'PVeiit}ho'|[s'i'S a com- munity affair. Sufferers from this dangerous malady should'be isolated until cured. If.thls were done colds "o'uid" b-e" reduced at lea 7 per- cent. It ,.may not be good manners, but it;.surely good sense, to remind people; .if necessary to cover tleir noses -when .sneezi.ng-.-:; The open-fac- ed sneezer is everywhere, spreading whose affection exceeled his.. wis- his unwle.ome germs. . . dom. Mr. Sediffle'ret'urn[hg " herb'e; / "As o'"irdividual prevention. :of wheezing and sneez.ipg,[ss&., hi,sp.lds if::t.h.e '#ondition of the nose wife and ihis cMkire'n," let 'Bobby|is normal, if the tonsils are free blow his npse n the han.dkcr, chie['from .inftion, - if there are no ad- he had been usinq, tested  fem-|enoids, one is much less apt (o be- perature of Baby's ,milk .by. imtting "come one of Mr. Cold's victims. The temperattr.-of the room should ,be even from 68 to-70, degres. Every ":faiy:'stmu:ld;'hav -a thermometer. Rooms should be well ventilated, re- ga'dless fo the weather conditions. This is .the season when pneumon- 'ia knocks at the door of the Iungs, wheo. tuberculosis is seeking ott the 'eake.e d indjvdua|,,hut them0ht .bykeping fit hn aoiding c01d, Many a man's success is dueto the fact that he got busy and ans- wered hisown prayers. . ,, the nipple in his mouth, and in oth- er thoughtless ways spread the af- fliction. Mr. Common Cold. rubbed: his hands and laughed. Mrs Sniffle caught a cold, or r'atffer..the cold caught her--so severe .that she has not recovel;ed ler'"n'ornial "" hehlth. Bobby carried his cold to school, where it spread to many .of :the' children and to the teach'r--an'd tece throughout the. neighborhood. Mr. Cold had created an epidemic of illness that filled his diabolical heart with merriment. ily than one which is out of adjust- mont. The Principal parts which have a direct bearing on the starting of the engine are: battery, starting motor,: carburetor, :'spark plugs, ignition sys- tem and valves. As the efficiency of the battery.is materially reduced in cold-weather, it should be given great considera- tion. If the electrical system is weak, complete combustion cannot be obtained, tlmrefore, before the start.of winter, it is a goqd preven- tive insurance to have some repu- tahlc electrical, service station check ovet the battery, spark plugs and en- tire ignition system. The starting-motor very seldom causes trouble. The carburetor mus: be properly adjus.tel-.ifor the winter and choke and throtle controls connected prop -The spark plug gap should be ad- justed for greatest efficiency.- Ob- viously the spark plugs should be cleaned;, and the terminals of the spark plug wires firmly attached. I the..plugs have been in use 10,000 miles they should bc replaced. iThe ignition-system including all wiring .and terminals should be checked at the beginning of winter, attention being paid to distributor timing and to the condit- ion., of the Contact points: If the valves do not seat proper- ly, a leakage of compression occurs resulting in inco,mplete combustion which hinders starting and also tends to foul-the spark plugs. Attention to these suggestions will_eliminate ygur starting troubles his winter and cut down the wear and tear on your nerves as well. I i .."The secret of service," says Gao-.. line lke, "Is treating all comers exactly a- "This rule never fails thoug;..t;'," folks to impress, "You'll find it will bring you tre- mendous succeu." tit At Your Service Early and late--day and night--that's how we're getting joy out of life. You'e no idea how joy- 0us life is to.us! You'll pardon this personal en- thusiasm, well you not? You've no idea how joy- THE BREWsTER MOTOR .CO. OF COURSE NOVEMBER 29, 1929 I C E. 'IN See And Hear The New [ BRANDES] FEATURES YOU WILL LIKE A. C. OPERATION TUNING EASE 8 Tubes---5 227's; 2 245's Only two tuning controls in pushpull as out put station selector and eel- tubesand 280 rectifier, ume control. Lighted dial Tremendous undistorted volume is given by the push pull out put system, with the 45 tubes. STATION LOG You may log eight of your favorite stations by means of the new push button log system. The use of this log is entirely optional. charted in kilocyclesand degrees. Vernier !dre, No chance of tuning by the weaker stations. TONAL QUALITY A Kolster Dynamic repro- ducer is employed, prop- erly baffled and matched to the set to bring out the best points of music and voice. CABINET, Lowboy Type. Solid wal- nut, handrubbed to.a fine . glossy finish. Substan- tially constructed. With bronze finish escutcheon plate. [I " I II III I II II I I Illll I III " --'" $120.00; COMPLETE WITH TUBES , lli D. L. GILLESPIE i CAMELS why smokers 00raduate / to The  "v, Graduated to Camels" oritod with Camel smoker. It ezprm the experlene of millions who throudh Camelohave ieerned to know rest smokinl plensur. As taste in smoking develops, it naturally leads toward better quality. New smokers may not be critical but when they once experience the true mildness and surpassing fragrance of the Camel blend,they realize that here is a real superiority. It is for smokers of such discernment that Camels aremade.., for them the choicest tobaccos are selected.., and this qual- ity is maintained for the millions who know genuine smoking pleasure. when they learn the difference they flock to Camels Company, Wlmton-Sslem. N.C,