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MAGAZINE BREWSTER SECTION HERALD VOL. 29 BI4EWSTEIt HERALD Friday, November 29, 1929 No. 27 ] . I J i L { i I I ! I i i I I I 1 I | ! I ! ! | i 1 I I i i The NEW COOPE00I00ATION It has been said that the secret of our Nation's success in the crisis of 1917 was the efficient mobilization of man power and resources---Army, Navy, Red Cross, Industry--every available energy working in unison. Community competition demands a similar strategy. It demands the mobilization of every civic enter- prise. The mobilization of every civic force which has an objective of its own--business, industrial, re- ligious, educational, social, fraternal and individual citizenship. The interests, ambitions, pleasures, prosperity and everyday requirements df the area which is right at our borders, run in a parallel line with ours. Merged, we become a unit of double strength, double power 'The Greater Community! Few towns put forth the necessary effort to cover the business, industrial, religious, educational, social and fraternal requirements of Lthls greater community areaalthough this way lie greatest possibilities! It is the extra effort of developing the Greater Com- munity that spells success. With singleness of purpose, the efforts of these units must be directed into one great channel ---that of linking town and coun- try into the Greater Community. This Is the New CoOperation A TownIs a Service Center The Six Essential Services are: ii Employment  . Merchandising and Marketmg Transportation and Communication !i Scial and Recreatinal Educational Religious Figures prove that the number of those who go out of town to do business is small compared to those who shouldbut do not-- come into town to do business. Hence, the new coiiperatlon is the answer to the challenge--- "Fortune awaits one Community in ten." Our interest in the Community Prompts Us to Sponsor This Message. Talk It Over With Your Friends and Nighbors in BREW:;TER CHAS. R. McKINLEY Physician MACMARR STORES Our Price for the Very Best Stock is the Cause of Our Immense Trade. F: R. WOODBURRY LUMBER CO. "The Home Builders" Hardware, Builders' Material Of All Kinds BREWSTER MOTOR COMPANY G, V. Dick, Prop. General Motor Work Boring and Welding itREWSTER DEPARTMENT STORE H. L. Washburn, Prop. A tore in All that the NAME IMPLIES Dry Goods, Notions, and Shoes BREWSTER BAKERY $AIY ANN" Bread -- "PURITY" Bread Pies, Cakes and Cookies , THE FERN CAFE Lunches you will enjoy Candies. Fountain Drinks that are Made Right. Tobacco BREWSTER BRIDGE Rates reduced Feb. 15th, 1929 Save 50 miles all points in British Columbia, Okanogan County; Cari- boo Trail and Eastern Washington. C. E. BLACKWELL COMPANY A Home Store for Home People A Good Habit is to Trade Here and get the Saving Habit LINCOLN HOTEL & FOUNTAIN Exclusive Davenport and Brown-Healey CandicsAAA Fountain Service An Exceptional Place for a Small Community Good Clean l:ooms at Moderate Rates THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER CO. Light and Power  Electric .Service ANDERSEN BROTHERS Pioneer General Merchants Goods and Prices Bight Established 1894 THE BREWSTER HERALD Established in 1901 Our Paper--Yours and Mine Only $1.00 Per Year BREWSTER-BEEBE COLD STORAGE CO. FINE APPLES Spray Material, Orchard Supplies We Look After the Growers SHELL OIL COMPANY 400 Dry Gas and All Other Shell 011 Company's Famous Products FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Beserve A conservative Bank in a Fine Community GAMBLE LUMBER COMPANY A Local Concern Employing Local People Box Shooks--All Kinds of Lumber I I I i