Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, January 15, 1942, Image 2

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    The Gold H ill News, Gold H ill, Oregon
OUR COMIC SECTION
Thursday. Jan. 15. 1942
C L A S S IF IE D
DEPARTMENT
SHE KN O W S . . .
TRUCK PARTS
SF-
Heavy-duty hl olor*. aaela p a r l a
)odlea, U re a , h u ía te and uaed tru c h a
TRUC K W R E C K IN G COMPANY
I Olli A s K H a w th o r n e
P o rtla n d . O re
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RABBITS A N D SKINS
P O U L T R Y A N I> R A B B IT S W A N T E D
Good w h it * f r y e r r a b b it a k la a «So
t . *«o p » r lb.
W r it « p n a tc a rd fo r
prlc o a un it In f o r m a t io n
M uky *
O o, 935 ■ W. r r o a t. P ortlan d . O n .
FO R SALE
WO O M IO X
• Bu SUP. E of results... Clabbor
Girl's POSITIVE D ou blo - A cf ion
guarantees succoss for overy
rocipo.-CAKES o s p o c ia lly , as
well as all general hairing.
CLABBER
GIRL
• ~Baking P o w d e r •
IK O lT tO ll
N ew
lla t c h ln «
W e e k ly .
U u b l l 'o l l a r
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C e r t if ie d
L e B h o rn a
V a e h o n Is la n d C o -o p e r­
a t iv e K a to b e r y , B oa 3, T a a h o a . W n
Light From Vnneen Stars
On a m oonless night, the earth
receives m ore light from the stars
f o r S a le : S e v e n ty a c re s w it h fr e e
w a te r.
A ls o p u re b re d T o « K » a b u r«
K id »
M r s . S to c k w e ll, M o n te , O ave
J u n c tio n , O r e f o n
that cannot be seen by the unaided
eye than from those that are visi­
ble.
DELICIOUS • QUICK • EASY
Van (am p’s
PORKandBEAN
Supper
100 SCOTCH SH O RTH O RN CAI.VE8.
30 bred h eifers. R antain Mobt. M
W hite, O aldw .U , Idaho.
F o r q u ic k » a le — 11 heud R e ic ln te rrd
K a r a k u l Sheep a t s a c r ific e .
M a rlo n
J . W ire h e m , M t. I , O r e r o a C it y , O re .
F O R S A I.K O R T R A D E : la te s ty le
p la n e .
C r e d it to r e lia b le p e o p le —
d le o e u n t f o r cash.
W r it e W . W.
• r a y , P O . M o b T», S p o ka n e , W a s h .
AS SfRVtO BY
'tttMJosephine Culbertson
WO O X I O X S H O M T A O M
Im m e d ia te D e liv e r y
U . 8 . 1’o llo r u in C o n tr o lle d
D u b l- D o lla r N e w H a m p e h lre s
U . 8 . C e r t if ie d ,1 -e rh u rn R
▼ ashoa Is la n d C o -o p e ra tiv e W a tc h -
e ry . B o a 3, V a s h o n . W a s h in g to n .
FAMOUS BRIDGE
b r id o i
A r n m iK
DENTAL PLATES
K M , fray •
CMH Saw«
Corral i l r ^ t
IMI^i Igg, and rk M «
D E N T IS T R Y on
CREDIT TERM S
Van Camp'«
PORK and BRANS, B A IB IC U ID
Salad App/«i wrfh Sovtog«
Auorfvd l/id g * Soadwfch«
F o iM Froiiid Coke«
•
Coffee
T«A* 5, 10. IS Atonffca Fa P *y
D r . H arry S i m l ir , bittiisi
ALISKV BlOC -
.
S tu ffs C al.ry
A F B ALL I R A N C H I t OP
7
AUTHORITY
surra*
MORRISON • PORTIMO. ORÍ
TRY IT — It’* d d k lo v t . Ask your grocer
fo r com plete d a la iU . , . recipes, oad
quaniitlas —— o r w rite V o n Cam p's Inc *
Indianapolis, Indiana.
“ I suppose your wife enjoys hav­
ing you run out to spend the week­
end with her?”
••Yes, they come right after pay
day."
Anxious
Visiting Professor—My, the col­
lege buildings are all decorated.
Some educational society going to
meet here?
Resident Professor—No. The ath­
letic association has discovered a
new fullback for the football team,
and he pays his first visit to the
college today.
Weight far Him
“ I saw a coal wagon just now
that was overloaded.”
“Give me the address of that coal
dealer.”
“ Do you want to prosecute him for
cruelty to animals?”
“No, I want to buy coal from
MRS. JOSEPHINE CULBERTSON solves the
bridge-supper croblcm in this smart and
pleasant way. Mrs. Josephine Colbertsoo
— bridge authority and gracious hostess—
suggests this casy-to-prcpare, dclightful-to-
eat answer to die bridge-supper problem.
him.”
Problem
Aunt—Dear, dear, what are you
two quarreling about?
Hubby—Why, I'd made up my
mind to stay in tonight and Jane has
made up her face to go out!
How To Relieve
Bronchitis
" A F E A S T -F O R -T H E - L E A S T "
The R estful Side
I affairs out of mind, and allow the
You will succeed best when you r e s t f u l s i d e to l i v e in y o u r
put the restless, anxious side of | thoughts.—Margaret Stowe,
Creomulslon relieves promptly be­
cause It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, In­
flamed bronchial m ucous m em ­
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un­
derstanding you must like the way It
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
C R E O M U L S IO N
P
O
P
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
Width of F lag Stripes
To m ake a flag consisting ef
three stripes that appear to be of
equal size, colored red, white and
blue, the red one has to be 21 per
cent wider than the white and the
white has to be 10 per cent wider
than the blue.
t RwUtBeeJr and Q kwj
maahed p o ta to « , corn, pickles, ra w c*b -
. ba<e, apple pie, cheese, coffee. Tastes good,
f while I t lastal B u t how th a t atomach can
grumble i f o n e eats too m uchl A D L A
Tab lets w ith Bism uth and Carbonates
relieve Q U I C K L Y . O e t A D L A T ab let*
from yau r druggist.
By
J. M illa r W a tt
Visible World
THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNINO CAMELS CONTAINS
The visible world is but man
turned inside out that he m a y be
revealed
to him self. — Henry
Jam es.
28% LESS NICOTINE
:: COLDS
L I Q U ID
TABLETS
SALVE
N O « « D IO M
C O UC H D O O M
S P E N D T H R IF T
“ G race spends an awful lot of
o n ey.”
“ Not a savin g grace, then?”
That’s Different
“ Mr. Swiggs—Er—ah, that is, can
—er I—will you—?”
“ Why, yes, my boy; you may
have her.”
“ How’s that? Have whom?”
“ My daughter, o’ course.
You
want to marry her, don’t you?”
“ No, sir; I just wanted to find out
if you would endorse my note for
$100.”
“ Certainly not. Why, 1 hardly
know you.”
NOT VERY GOOD AT THAT
/ P la n y o u r stay at
/ P o rtla n d ’s n ew est
I hotels, t h e .
than the average of the 4 other largest-
selling cigarettes tested—less than any
of them —according to Independent
scientific testa o f the emoke Itself t
CAMEL
THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS
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“He is as good as his word.”
“ Yes, but he uses such shocking
bad language ”
500
hom elike room*
from *2.50 per day
with bath. Broadway
and Salmon Street*
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can depend on the special
A sa,e> the m erchants o f o « r
tow n announce in the columns o f
th is paper. T h e y mean m oney
X S ' ? ” “i-nr-n
,* ? Patron,ze the merchants w ho
advertise. They are not afraid o f their merchandise or their prices.