The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, December 07, 1917, Image 4

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Ontario Thursday, where they took
Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. Brad­
ley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Al-
The regular monthly lectures in
dredge. Evelyn Stewart and Frank Ethics were continued this month. The
(BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT)
Johnson came back with them, return­ first was on “ Crown Yourself," ex­
ing to Ontario Monday.
pressing the idea that work is worth­
The Ladies Aid is making prepara­ while for its own sake, and peoplo can
tions for a Birthday Social to be held not afford to wait for the applause or
The Thanksgiving Tableax and Shad­ at the school house Friday evening, pay of the world. The next was on
ow Social given under the direction of December 14, at 8 o’clock. A musical “ The Will to Do.” The important
Mrs. W. G. Thompson and Miss Alice program will be given, after which thing that we all have to do is to make
Curtis by the school on Thanksgiving light refreshments will be served. The a decision and start. After that the
eve was a verv enjoyabls affair, as proceeds will be given to the Red body forms habits and goes on of it­
well as a financial svcceas, the net pro­ Cross. Price of admission is “ as many self. The third was "Taking Pains, ”
ceeds being $76.06. The follnwing pro­ cents' as you are years old (we promise which was shown to mean, not only
gram was rendered, after which the the number will never be told.” ) “ being careful,” bnt literally accept­
shadows of the ladies and girls were Everyone cordially invited to attend ing pain in order to accompl sh
auctioned off to the highest bidders by and help swell the Red Cross fund and things worth while. It was brought
out that nations have had to bear pain,
Mrs. Frank
Newbiil. With each have a good time in addition.
Shadow went a substantial supper.
Mrs. W. Guy Thompson was taken to produce civilization; that the world
suddenly very ill Thursday morning is now taking pains to maintain civili­
PROGRAM.
zation. We take pains from childhood
A m erica................. ...............Audience and was taken to Ontario to see Dr.
because we must learn to behave, and
Flag Pledge..................................School Weiss, who diagnosed her illness as
the control that brings success now in
a'lto-neuralgia
of
the
stomach.
Mrs.
Recitation................... Francis Hatfield
our lives demands painful effort. The
Tnompson
was
sufficiently
recovered
Children’s Thanksgiving, Nine Children
Recitation..... ................... Wanda Hite Monday to resume her school work, price of success is pain.
Miss Sheldon has b e e n giving lectures
Indian Cradle Song..Blanche Thomason though still far from well.
The Cutler Biological Laboratory of on art each Friday morning at 9
Recitation..................... Orville Rigelow
Thanksgiving drill Eight Little Girls B;rkely, Cal., had its representative. o’clock. So far she has taken up
Recitation ............................ Omar Hite E. S. Clopton, in this vicinity inter­ Egyptian art and early Greek art. The
Recitation..................... Lulah Hatfield viewing and informing local cattlemen pictures used are good reproductions of
A series of six tableax Commemorat­ concerning an important new remedy the originals and small copies are sold
ing the first Thanksgiving as follows: for blackleg which has recently been to the pupils at half a cent each. The
pablic is invited to attend these lec­
(1) First Thanksgiving—Prologue by dis covered there.
tures
whenever they can.
Joe Mackey as town crier, William
H. Walters made a flying trip down
The ciasses are now working on de­
Baldwin as Pilgrim and other child­ from sheep camp Monday, returning
ren as Indians and Puritans.
Wednesday. His son David returned bate in preparation for the state de­
(2) A Colonial girl and an Indian girl. with him to take charge of a band bate. Next Wednesday, Thursday and
Prologue by Thelma Newbiil, acted of sheep until the midwinter term Friday the class championship will be
decided and a team chosen to represent
by Margaret Share and Gladys Gar­ of school at New Years.
rison.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. P ratt had as the school against Ontario.
(3) Indian Heme Life — Prologue, giests to Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and
Six boys went from Nyssa to the
Carl Schweizer, Hugh Glen, Eugenie Mrs. F. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Boys Conference at La Grande on
Pratt and Joe Mackey as Indians.
Pratt, Miss Maude ¡Clark and Eugene Thursday, It is hoped that the boys
(4) Old Herb Gatherer — Prologue, and Louis Pratt.
will report the usual uplifting and
Mildred DeBord, actors Wanda Hite,
worthwhile meeting.
Miss
Marian
Lowe
spent
her
Thanks­
Neata Bigelow, Boyal Washington,
The Presbyterian organ has been
giving vacation with her parents at
Leah Pratt.
rented for use in Miss Fikan's room
their
home
near
Mitchell
Butte,
re­
(5) John Allen and Priscilla—Sung by
It makes the room seem very homelike
Margaret Share, acted by Thelma turning to Nyssa Sunday.
and
happy to the children.
D.
P.
Pullen
sold
about
50
head
of
Newbiil and john Hite.
Myrtle Fields has presented the
(») “ Warning” by Father Time— cattle to Dick DeArwond of Vale and
Mr. Trumbull for a consideration of 1 school with a new Folk Dance record.
Jess Thomason.
If the Victrola ever gets to working
$ 1050.
Parade of Costumes.
we
will try it out.
Jack o’ Lantern drill—Harry Pratt,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rust and son
Two teachers and three high school
Harry Pratt, Guy Glen, Joe Mackey, Morgan "Dodged” to the Bend and
Carl Schweizer.
spent Thanksgiving at the E. M. Laye girls went to the play at Weiser Thurs­
day. Their sleepy looks will tell who
home.
Mr. William Walters, a wealthy t *ieT are
The Parent Teachers association held
Mr. Brainard has taken the Bible
a call meeting at the school house rancher of Twin Falls, Ida., is visiting
Study class at the Presbyterian church
Monday for the purpose of conferring relatives and friends in this vicinity.
Frank Pullam, H. Walters’ head va­ in the absence of Mr. Dean.
upon tho selection of equipment for
Report cards are out again this week
serving hot lunch to the pupils during quero, came over from Big Bend Mon­
cold weather. The serving of one hot day and reports the cattle as doing fine. They look a little better than the last
dish at the noon lunch will be started
John Reece and Chas. Garrison re­ ones.
as soon as the necessary equipment can cently purchased 30 head of steers to j
be secured.
feed, at Wilder.
SUMMONS.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bradley and
Chas. Newbiil, Jr., who attends IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON,
daughters, Ruby and Alta, motored to Nyssa High, spent the Thanksgiving
FOR MALHEUR COUNTY.
vacation at the home of his parents.
E d it h a E n n is ,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Newbiil at­
Plaintiff,
vs.
tended the big dinner at Nyssa on
The U n k n o w n H e ir s of Lennox B.
Thanksgiving day.
Boydell, Deceased, and also all other
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Garrison are the persons or parties unknown claiming
parents of a daughter, born on Thanks­ any right, title, estate, lien, or interest
in the real estate described in the com­
giving dsy.
plaint herein,
Mr. Gus Schweizer recently sold his
Defendants.
To the Unknown heirs of Lennox B.
bunch of choice Jerseys to Caldwell
Boydell, Deceased, and also all other
parties.
persons claiming any right, title, es
Mrs. Della Robinson moved to Onta­ tate, lien or interest in the real estate
rio, where she has a position in the described in the complaint herein, De­
fendants:
Boston Restaurant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
k.
OF? OREGON: You are hereby re­
quired to appear and answer the
COSGROVE-BRIGGS. '
filed against you in the
The news was received in Nyssa complaint
above-entitled court within six weeks
This week of the marriage of Lieut. from the date of the first publication
Thos. C. Cosgrove and Miss Nettie E. of this Summons, that is to say with-
Briggs, of Boise, Idaho, The Journal, ;
»« we«ks from the seventh day
December, 1917, and, if you fail
in company with a host of other Nyssa of
to answer, for want thereof, the
friends of the happy couple, extends plaintiff will apply to the Court for
congratulations. The following dis­ the relief prayed for in said com
patch, taken from a Portland paper, plaint, to wit: a decree determining
the claims of any of said defendants as
gives details of the happy event:
the same may be set forth by said de­
Tacoma, Wash.—Thomas C.Cosgrove, fendants; and that the defendants and
private drafted from Nyssa, Or., and each of them be forever barred from
transferred to the medical reserve asserting any claim whatever in or to
lands and premises, known as Lots
corps, has been promoted to a first lieu­ said
1, 2 and 3, in Block 11, in the Original
tenancy. Cosgrove is a dentist.
Townsite of Nyssa, Oregon, adverse
Lieutenant Cosgrove celebrated his to the plaintiffs, and for such other re­
promotion by marrying Miss Nettie E. lief as to the Court may seem meet and
and for costs and disburse
Briggs of Boise Idrho. His fellow equitable
ments of this suit.
members in the medical corps cele­
This summons is published in the
brated the wedding, which was held in Gate City Journal bv order of the Hon­
the hostess’ house, by pelting him with orable Dalton Biggs, Judge of the
above-entitled Court, directing that
rice.
Miss Briggs is a neice of Mrs. Sarah said summons be so published and that
service of summons be made by publi­
E. Ash of Boise. Mrs. Ash accompan- cation each week for aix weeks com-
ied her neice to Tacoma for the wed- mencing with the issue of said Gate
eing. The young people went to Port- ^ity Journal of December 7, 1917, and
land for a brief weddidg trip.
endi"*
the 1MUe ‘hereof of Janu
ary lo, iyio.
C. C. WILSON,
Try Corn Bread and
Attorney for
HONEY FOSTER’S HONEY
Plaintiff.
Dec. 7, 1917-Jan. 18, 1918.
School Notes
OWYHEE
An Enjoyable! Event.
LANKETS
We have just
received a nice
line of PLAID
I S la n h g tg
in medium and
very large sizes
—This l o t o f
Blankets were
bought nearly a
year back, when
the prices were
not so high as
now.
Furs!!
Ladies’ Neck
Furs in quite a
range of styl­
es and at very
moderate prices
i
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A good two seated top hack, cheap.
We ara now about bfty-fifty
John Molenaar, Kingman Kolony.— with the U-boats.
STORE
N yssa,
Ore.
Christmas is Coming-
so we invite you to lool
over our gifts befor
going elsewhere.
Adv. n23tf
Germany ia not hungry enough
FOR RENT Forty acres adjoining
Nyssa. Half mile of creamery and to eat the dove of peace.
and flour mill. Shares or cash ren t
The democrat« control the
Address P. O, box No. 1116, Boise,
Idaho. —Adv.
Kentucky legislature—when it is
controllable.
TO TRADE- -Ontario property, for
Nysea property or livestock, would
Forgetting about that three-
take anything that could be used on the cent postage is the easiest thing
farm. Inquire at Journal Office.
Six and eight-cylindor Oldsmobile
Any kind of city government
cara the car of service, comfort and
beauty—at Service Garage, distribu­ seems to be good enough for
tora,— Adv-n9
Seattle
FOR SALE—-Two second-hand pi-
anoa, one 1200, on# $75, also new piano*
at right price*.
a . R. McCarty.
Butter wrappers printed while you
Nov. 2. Adv.
wait at the Journal office.
VOL. XV
For Ladies
For Children
Rings,
Wrist Watches,
Necklaces,
Beauty Pins,
Fine Waists, Bath Robes,
Silk Underskirts,
Doilies,
Linen Napkins,
Table Linen by the yard,
Dresser Scarfs, Silk Hose,
Pin Cushions,
Handkerchiefs,
Hand Bags and Purses,
Star and Royal Society
Package Goods,
Gloves,
Furniture and Rugs,
Dishes,
Fancy Towels,
Kimonas,
Bed Room Slippers
Toys of All Kinds on Dis­
play now. Then the useful
gifts, such as:
Mittens,
Shoes,
Hose,
Dress Goods,
Cap3,
Rings,
Necklaces,
Hand Bags,
Hair Ribbons,
Fancy Towels, Bath Robes.
Bed Room Slippers,
Handkerchiefs,
Hats.
Nt
SCHOOL o r
WILL BE E
The school operetti
the Opera House on
21, by members of
grades and the high
mission will be 35c at
those who belong to
ciation in the school
rate of 25c for the h
for the 7th and 8th u
Beginning at 8:15
formance the childr
grades will sing somi
in which the audienc
This will take the pi
carol service which
year. The cast of
play is as follows:
Uncle Bob...............
Mrs. O'Brien-........
Rosalie______ _____
Winnnifed...............
Millicent...................
Mrs. Gabble............
Mr. Gabble............
Martha.....................
Nick.......... ..............
Sunbonnet Girls -A1
Spier, Minnie Dai
Leona Hansen,
Dora Thompson, I
trude ¡Tensen, Ca
Monee, Jennie Ne\
Overall Boys—Leo
Thompson, Marlin
ler.
Director, Mr. Brain:
Mrs. Brainard and
WILSON
BROS.
DEPARTMENT STOTE
For Men
Rings,
Watch Fob
Stick Pins,
Tie Clasps,
Cuff Links,
Collar Button«]
Ties,
Shirts,
Pajamas,
Bath Robes]
House Slippers,
Mackinaws,
Handkerchiefs,
Socks,|
Arm bands,
Sweaters,
G loves. |
Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention.!
Watch the Locals for Further Notice.
il IT IS
Wilson Bros. Nyssa, Or.
A 5 per cent Deduction on all Cash Purchases.
rt once. No regular program ror this NOTICE FOR PUBLIC iTld
worh will be printed.
De
Department
of the Interior,
FAY CLARK,
U. S. Land Offico at Vale, Or.l
The State Teachers’ Examinations
County Superintendent of Schools.
November 12. 191
will be conducted at the court house in
Notice is hereby given that Dod|
Vale on December 19, 20, 21 and 22,
For Sale or Trade—One corner lot, Barker of Nyssa. Oregon, who,
1917. Following is the program for
March 11, 1914, made Homestead
on Main, for auto, piano, hay press or try
No. 03164, for Lot 4, SWJ N9
Malheur county:
anything of value. Address Box No 6, and Wl SWi, Section 4, Towmhipl
Wednesday — Arithmetic, History, Homedale, Idaho.—Adv.
South, Range 46 East, Willamette 1
Geography.
j ridian, has filed notice of intention
Thursday—Grammar, Civil Govern­ The Oldamobile sets the pace for all make Final Three Year Proof, to
tablish claim to the land above
ment, Theory and Practice, School other cars. See them at the Service scribed,
before the Register and I
Law.
garage.—Adv n9
ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Vsl
Oregon, on the 20th day of Decemb
Friday—Algebra, Writing, Orthog­
■
J
Honey is the only sweet produced 1917.
raphy, Composition, Physiology, Read­
Claimant names as witnesses: C. j
locally. Use more honey and save
ing, Physical Geography.
Marshall, Lem Wilson, Emil
sugar.—adv
all of Nyssa. Oregon; Elmer Ban
Saturday—American Literature, Psy­
of Vale, Oregon.
chology.
Get that
Mackinaw coat at
THOS. JONES, Register.|
Teachers wishing to write for a Spier’s.
nl$
adv-a31
Special, a Primary or a Life Certifi­
cate will please make special arrange­ Wheat Wanted—From 500 to 1000 lbs.
For Sale.
ments with the county superintendent
R. H. Howsley.
Eleven high grade Jersey cow»,
fresh. Will sell any part or ail;
registered Jersey bull, five years
one registered Jersey bull one
old. Gus A. Srl.veizcr.NyfS*, Pi
R. F. D.. box 69.—A.n23-tf
Teachers’ Examination
WE„ are pleased to state that
T contrary to every expectation
of a scarcity of Christmas goods
this year we have been able to get
together a larger and more varied
line than usual: consisting of
For Sale.
some of us do.
Caldwell’s
Do Your Holiday Shopping Early—Get first Choice
HRISTMAS
Children’s Wagons, Carts,
Wheelbarrows,
Veloci­
pedes, Kiddie Cars, Doll
Buggies, Shooflies, Dolls
and Toys in great variet­
ies, Christmas Cards, Dec­
orations, etc.
Two generations have learned
place in Oldsmobile cars the same i
plicit confidence they have in govei
ment bonds. Demonstration or in
mation by Service Garage, Njs
Adv.*n9
Cleaning machine for sale. Ap
Box202, Perm*,— Adv.
tra ct. M a rk s ■ a . nd ro p y neltl«
| 1«.
V ad a d d
» k e tc h « o r
COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE
THE VARIETY STORE
ONTARIO,
OREGON
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make il
big, wa
Hart
Schaffn
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Overeo
arription fo r F * [ t S E A R C H »t«1 I**“ " I
on iMtontnbilftj.
Rank reference*-
PATENTS BUILD
Olir
how. wbtttotn
you. O
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fre e honkteU
book leU tell ho-
I •ani*
und B save
you
oney. W
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nwiro/.
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L. SPII
s
D. SWIFT A. CO.
PATENT LAWYER*,
WE HAVE a large stock of Tableware in 6 patterns, and
our tables of Decorated China are loaded with choice piec­
es; also a fine line in Glassware, Rockingham Teapots,
¡niere, Combinéis. Hanging Baskets and innumerable
other things. We carry Coats and Clarks Crochet Cotton.
; A. G. KINGM
The
home o
Hart
Schaff«
& Mar
clothes
.
1303 Seventh St., Washington. D.j
FONG LEE
LAUNDRY
First S t , Near Main
Nyssa, Oregon
GOOD WASHING
GOOD IRONING
Collars and Cuffs a Special*
Man’s and
Boys’ Stor
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