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F &F BREWSTER'S BRIDGE; THE GATEWAY TO AND THE OUTLET FOR THE GREAT CARIBO0 TRAIL,, BREWSTER HERALD i j PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF AND TO THE "GATEWAY TO THE FAMOUS OKANOGAN COUNTRY." BREWSTER GETS DISTRICT ROAD[ HEADQUARTERS]Orov,,o.00oo.0000e00 has brought suit against C. S. Moody as state bank supervisor in charge of VOLUME NO. 32. BREWSTER, OKANOGAN COUNTY, WASHINGTON. I Ill : l1 .... r--'BANK .... SUPERVISOR'"" ......... CALL" ...... BIDS': ' ........ BREWS ER---T -= NAMED INSUlT M.E. Tonseth as treasurer of the FOR: FIVE ATTORNEY liquidation of the American bank,: for $3490 remaining of a fund given to the holders of the irrigation dist- rict bonds. It is contended that the American bank deposited the money in the Spo- kane State bank instead of applying it on interest. ROAD JOBS Improvements Will Provide Relief Work This Winter Construction Is Started On Garage And Tool House DIES MON. I Peter McPherson Was Pio- neer Resident Of This Sect____ion [ I his hone here Monday evening. Mr. McPherson had just returned from 0kanogan where he attended court business. He returned on the , i evemg stage and after' arriving home 'he had just remarked on the coldness of the weather, renoved his overcoat and was sorting over mail. He dropped over dead. Mr. McPhcrson, owner of the Brcwster Ferry and a pioneer attor- ney of North Central Washington, had lived in Brewster for man years. He was prosecuting attorney of Okanogan county years ago and was a prominent figure in court. He was always friendly towards the la Walls county, schoois here anti worked for better Tonasket-San Poll highway; Grad- 1 and higher educational institutions. ins and surfacing 3.0. miles, section} He, with two brothers, owned the one of Tonasket easterly in Okanog-iBrewster Ferry years and years ago. an county, t The MePherson family still lives just North Bank highway: Grading 4.2 l outside the city limits at the old Vir- miles, Lyle to Skadat in Klickitatlginial City townsite, 'and near the county. [ ferry landing. Chelan-Okanogan highway; Grad-I *Mr. McPherson maintained a law ing and surfacing 3.9 miles, Pateros office and enjoyed a fine practice in the city for many years He is survived, besides his widow, by two sons and a daughter, Ken- neth, Joe and" Mary, all of this city. Funeral services were held from the CSmmunity Church yesterday at 2 p. m. with-Hey. James N. Pendle- ton officiating STATE TRAPPERS TAKE 253 COYOTES Faced with the usual November weather conditions, 20 hunters work- denee, as .k was preparing to enter Locust Grove Cemetery Association ing under Federal, State and county it land the people of the community who game cotnmission funds took 253 coy- "The animal trotted off to the tim -late interested in the Cemetery work, otes, 4 bobcats, and 12 badgers--a ^. t .... .^ ...... ,;. the w,,,ao t l wish to extend condolence and sym- total of 269 predatory animals In tur'ned"'abouT"anl"ca'l'mly l'ooked'a ] pathy !o the family of Peter cPher-ith/s. total is no! included. 23 .coyotes " r  rker tson wnose passing so shocked anti wmcn were stomu Irom ne nunters IYI S. Ja ........ k ' grieved the community and leaves[ trap lines. Tne farters nave lost many. emc., ",lthts" Assoera't ran wrth out a Presitlen It S F. Corbm' at Tonasket took 12 ens and three sheep, recently, as tne t ,,-- ...... "1 o .......... '- . , .  mr. mcrnerson has seen a very c yotes anu lee tJ. rtaruey ac vK- result of cougar depreaauons. . /active member and was vitally inter-lang an, accounted for" 9. When Mrs Parker related to her e lest d in the reorganization of our] ........ .... husband, her face tofaee encounter .... I - . I Cemetery Association and its Ira',CALAMITY TO with the cougar, he tried to make [provement and has given generously] Tg'D T II lllg'DId her believe she had seen only a coy ., . . vv vaxa,L " "[of his time, legal knowledge, money, ] " " ote, but Mrs. Parker said she has and energy to this work. As Secre- . Pledging the coopel;ation of the A- tary-Treasurer of the Association, I meriean Legion to the Christmas Seal have personally worked with him dur- ing the past year and a half in the sale, Mr. Harry H. Lewis, State  Cemetery work, and I realize his loss Commander for Washington, com- will be felt keenly in this work. I mends the work being done by the hope that we can go ahead and corn- Washington Tuberculosis Associa- tion, sponsor of the sale in the state. "No cause has a more universal appeal," said Mr. Lewis, "than the little Christmas seal which finances the volunteer" tuberculosis campaign throughout the United States. "It would be a great calamity for our people if so important a work should be allowed to lapse at this critical time. The tuberculosis pro- gram in Washington is outstanding and public opinion demands that its efficiency shall not be impaired Prolonged unemployment brings ', many human tragedies. Tuberculosis I is one. That is why the health-build- ing progra,n," for which the Christmas seal stands, must not suffer. "The American Legion and Auxil- iaries work all year round with the Washing'ton Tuberculosis Association Construction was started this week, Bids will be let on five road jobs, by the state highway department, on 3anuary 10, .according to word from a garage and tool shed here. The Sam'Humes, director of highways. buiiding will be 30 by 50 feet in The bids will cover the following' IHIGH LICENSE size an wilt be located just south projects. of the Great Northern yards. The Pacific highway: Constructing two lumber was hauled to the site the[ FOR t.7/'IklaILlJllO!A|'[':!bridges on the Lake Samish branch first of the week. :in Skagit county as follows: Bridge This building will house the cars !378 feet long across tire Samish riv- used and trucks and other equipment in maintainanee work out of Brew- City Ordinance No. 10 Sets er, consisting of one 104-foot steel span and nine concrete girder ap- ster on state highways. Since the Yearly Fee At preach spans; 36-foot concrete sir- state has done considerable highway $1,000 I der bridge across Silver creek; both construction on the Brewster-Coulee 'with 24.foot roadway and one side- route, the decision has been made that Brewster is the central point To operate a saloon in Brewster :walk. for maintainanee crews to be located, according to city ordinance No. 10. Inland Empire Highway: Surfacing It is said that three or four fatal- or to sell intoxicating liquors, an3 and stockpiling with 48,730 cubic lies will move to Brewster. It has person, firm or corporation must yards of crushed stone 9.1 miles not been learned whether Brewster first make application for and pay Touehet to Vansyele canyon in Wal- will get a resident engineer or not, a license fee of $1,000. but this=seems very likely with crews Druggusts may dispense liquor if and machinery located here and so a doctor's pscription calls for same much mileage to be maintained, to be used as medicine, the druggist to act in good faith. The ordinance further states that JUDGE ORDERS it will not be against the law for the druggist to dispense pure wine to any regular ordained clergyman or NEW DISTRICTS] ther church fficer' for sacramental purposes, to Brewster flats in Okanogan coun- The ordinance covering liquor was t. County To Be Divided Into passed on May 18, 1910. G. L. Min- All this work will serve as relief ton, mayor and J. E. Bassett, acting measures for the unemployed and Four Jury Divisions clerk, will be of much help at this time. Hereafter The Brewster- Pateros highway Okanogan Independent :--In order COUGAR VISITS E work will eliminate a dangerous piece of highway, cutting out a number of to equalize the drawing of future RANCH HeM bad curves. All work possible will bh juries, so as to have fair represents- done by man-power. tion from all parts of the county, CHEWELAH, Wash., Dec. 13   .... Judge Win. C. Brown has signed an Mrs. I. B. Parker, who lives six miles order redistricting the county for southwest of here, today encounter- AN APPRECIATION jury purposes. There will be four ed a large cougar coming out of her disticts instead off three, according to henhouse, 100 feet from the resi- "In behalf of the members of the the new divisions. District No. I, in the north end of the county, shall comprise the voting pi.ecincts of Aeneas, Anglin, Bodie, Chesaw, Ellisforde, Ellemeham, Ha- villah Huntley, Kipling, Loomis, Mol- son, Nighthawk, Oroville No.'s 1 and 2, Wauconda, Tonasket No.'s 1 and 2, San Poll and Siwash. District No. 2, consisting of Omakl and adjacent territory, shall com- prise the voting precincts of Omak, : 1, 2, 3, and 4; Disautel, Pine Creek, i Riverside, Tunk Creek and Herman. District No. 3, consisting of Okan-: "lived in the west 24 years and know ogan and adjacent territory shall a cougar when I see one, and a coy- compriseh the precincts of Okanog- ote too."Spokesman-Review. an 1 and 2, Monse 1 and 2etaoie Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Parker and an 1 and 2 Boston, Cameron, Duley family moved to Chewelah from this Lake', Conconully, Malott I and 2 section six or seven years ago. Monse 1 and 2, Pleasant Valley plete some of his unfinished plans." Spring' Coulee and Nespelem. LITTLE INTEREST IN MARTHA GEBBERS .District No. 4, consisting of the IRRIGATION ELECTION Secretary-Treasurer, Locust Grove Alethow valley and Brewster shall Cemetery Association. comprise Mazama, Winthrop, Twisp The irrigation election held at the , 1 and 2, Carlton, Methow, Pateros, Methow-Okanogan Irrigation office COMMUNITY CHURCH and Brewster. This new division will take effect in Brewster, Tuesday, was a tame affair compared with the city election WEEKLY NEWS NOTES when the assessor certifies the next list of taxpayers who are eligible for held the week before. " No change in officials was made. There will not be seriees of wor- jury service. Mr. W. D. Crandall and Mr. W. C. ship in the local church next Sunday. Smiaor were re-elected to the posi- The Ch'ureh School will meet at ten OFFICIAL ELECTION tions they held as directors, o'clock at which time there will be RETURNS LISTED Nine votes were cast at the irriga- more practice of the Christmas songs tion election, following the regular program. The final check-up of the state's At elections held in Pateros for All three of the xegular society 1932 general election returns was re- the irrigation board, W. V. Tukey, meetings .will be held at the usual eently completed by Secretary of 59; John Godfrey, 8. China Ditch hours in the afternoon and evening. State, . Grant Hinkle. election chose George Chapman and The Bible Class social which was The final results showed the record the Larrabee Ditch district selected vote gathered by the democratic par-John Larrabee. ty totaled 353,250, the aggregate [ pooled by Franklin D. Roosevelt. The republican vote as polled by Presi- FIR CALLED OUT MeN. Monday afternoon .at about four o'clock, the sound of the fire.siren called out the Fire Department. A small blaze was reported near the Al- bert Wick residence. The fire was found to be burning trash near the Gegner property which was partially destroyed by fire July 4. A hose cart was taken to Bruce ald Fourth but was not needed postponed on account of Mr. McPher- I son's will be held Thurs- funeral, on [day evening of next week. t : There will be a service on Christ- |mas Day in the morning with a ser- :rrin by the minister. n the evening of that day the Christmas program with the White Gifts service will be observed to which all who wish to join us in observing the birth of our Saviour, are invited. Christ remains the central theme of all the ages regardless of what men may say or think about Him and his work. True happiness is I found with Him, our Saviour, Friend i' and guide. ,' and are glad to cooperate in the sale of seals to finance a work which means so much to veterans and non- veterans alike. I trust that the re- dent Hoover, was 20,645. Coin Har- vey, liberty party candidate for presi- dent, received 30,308, making the to- tal vote 632,029. The state's regis,, tration was 729,012. The vote for governor was as fol- lows: Gellatly, 207,497; Martin, 352- 215; Hicks, 41,710. Homer T. Bone, democratic candidate for United States senator, polled 365,939, the largest number received by any one candidate. DECEMBER, 16, 1932 , ,. ,, -- f .... , , , , NUMBER 31 TWISP DENTIST IN !TAX INTEREST AUTO ACCIDENT Dr. Jones, Twisp dentist was brought to Dr, McKinley here last Friday night, i'or treatment for in- juries received when his car failed to clear the underpass below town. Mr. C. C. Wright, a traveling man who was enroute to Brewster, picked Mr. Jones up and brought him to this city. Upon examination no serious in- juries were found. Dr. Jones, it was stated, was coming to Brewster to meet iris wife. DAN LEAHY DIES SAT. Was Early Settler In The Big Bend Wheat Country Dan Leahy, pioneer of the Big Bend, died in California on Decem- ber 10. Mr. Leahy was 85 years of age and had reside, d I in the Leahy district, "(named for'this pioneer faro- fly) for 50 years. He callwest ' in 1875, landing in Boise, Ida,=bin IB82 he 'came to the 3; ":, - ,' ' .... Big Bend,'te fh'st Of e four Leahy brothers to arrive. Later the other" boys, Jim, Denny and Mike came. : Old timers in this district like D. S. Gamble, E. R. Tyler, D. L. Gilles- 'pie and A. Andersen, remember the Leahy brothers as real pioneers of the Big Bend. FIND WOMAN'S BODY IN CREEK Mrs. Sadie Meade Ewer Had Been Missing Several Hours QUICKENS AS SESSION NEARS Will Not Sanction Further New. Methods Of Taxation By JIMMIE KAYE BROWNE OLYMPIA, Dec. i3Governor-e- lect Clarence D. Martin intends to "revitalize" the state tax commission. The day he takes office, unless Governor Hartley acts within the next few days, Governor Martin can take the first step along these lines. He can fill the vacancy on tire pres- ent commission and have one of his own followers on the job at once. Tbis will be only tbe beginning. The tax problem is the one big outstanding thing' which the new ad- ministration faces. At this time it is without doubt the most important issue to be faced, and the new state officers are in a most difficult and trying place. The 40-mill limitation act, as ap- proved by tire voters, is the cause of the present speculation. Under the provisions of this act which places a limitation of 40-mills upon taxes for state, county and municipalities but does not reach down into the local taxing units like dikes and drainage, schools and roads, etc., the state must stay at not to exceed five mills anti counties .at ten. Need No New Method There is no need of seeking new methods of taxation. To start with the 1933 session of the Legislature will not approve such proposals un- lesshey are modeled on a pattern of "sw#tting the rich," and there are no rich in this state. The income tax measure will not raise more than $2,500,000 if it raises anything at all. Doubts are Omak Chronicle: SYNAREP-- now felt that nothing can be expect- Lying on the frozen surface of led from this source. Tunk creek near here, the body of] Boiled down, therefore, it means Mrs. Sadie Meade Ewer, 56, was that there must be heavy slashing found at noon Thursday after a reductions in costs of government, search of several hour's The woman and this can be done. There is little had been missing fron her home doubt but every county can be held since early morning A. iverson dis- to its fixed limitation. . , covered the body " Today there are ten counties whicn Mrs Ewer had" evidently gone aft lean come under the 10-mill program ter water, according to Sheriff Her- if the road anti bridge levies are sus- nard McCauley, who was caned to in- tPent:ed or repealed Adams, Ben;lo :, vestigate, when she slipped on the tnea.n., -olumoia, oug'Jas:,:anKi : ice and fell, striking her head on|ar.x ram, Pgane:.w?:'?i,,taimr :n;i Whitman are untitcl tl the hard surface. She had been ,hi ill health for' some time, suffering be. from heart trouble, and it is thought Spokane, Chclan, Walla Walla and likely that a stroke was responsible for her' death. Neighbors said she had been very sick tie last few days. Although she was in the habit of keeping someone with her, sbe was a- lone at the time of her death. Whitman are rated as among the larger counties. Their administrative officers have managed to get the tax levy down to a proper proportion. Others will be forced to. The proposals now advanced are to Surviving are one son, Glen Ewer, abolish the road anti bridge levies of ...... one d hte ,6 mills for each county wiping off a oI "tUnK treeK anu aug ", . , o.2 ...... Mrs Flo'd Wise of Lenore Idaho revenue ox around $,uou,uuu now ,vyu ,,, , . ...... collected from these taxes. The same COMMUNITY XMAS idea carries with it a proposal to re- I duce to not to exceed 5 mills, the PROGRAM, DEC. 23 district road funds, this levy howev- let, to be putp to a vote of the poe- The Community C,hristmas tree I ple before being levied. and program will be:held in the High I The counties will then receive fron School gym, Friday evening, Decem-f (Continued on Last Page) ber 23. [ ------.-'-r   Committees hrc at wqr so that MAGA .... ,, ...... r I .W, ILL TE.LL all will enjoF+!a.-,l:n'e entertainment. I rlc, c'Zl'" " " .tIttt  %,r O It/' 1' Jr YY 2ag,..l"I, Mrs. Asbury gnt Mrs. Myrtle Gamble I are on the finance committee and I - they suggest that if you are over- I The ,gha..of"Yea;.gton will re- looked you may leave corrtributions l crave w'd)Lg,,iY the Februarr at Andersens store, l issue of  National Geograpc ]Magazine in a long feature aVticle ILLNESS CUTS DOWN profuty illustrated. The staff writer for" the magazine SCHOOL ATTENDANCE some months ago covered all Parts The Brewster schools are running with about two-thirds attendance the past week, clue to colds and mild sponse to the appeal will be gener- "cases of flu. ous and whole-hearted." The sale began the day after] Dr. McKinley was laid on the shelf for a few days, as were several oth- Thanksgiving and will continue until;ers, but at the present writing all Christmas eve. I are getting back to normal. The cohl wave has abated some- We have heard of one Nebraska. what and those who have been down farmer' who offered to pay the edi-:have started to come outdoors a- tor of the county paper his annual gain. two dollar subscription in corn but', It is believed that the schools will the editor didn't have any place to have full attendance again, Monday store that much grain, [morning. of the state, the Chambers 0;f: Ihn- merce in many of the cities.'sisting him in gathering data. i.,. In order that eastern Washington be justly represented in the color plates that are being used, .[7.,'th few color photo,graphs of tr: tory available, the Spokane hana:." ber of Commerce was instrumental .. , having the National Gegrapt"end, " ts staff photographer,6;" that purpose aloue. ,.VT--" -, Tills Washington article is one of a series of state write-ups whicth the magazine has been running over a )eriod of months.