The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, January 16, 1931, Image 6

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    tttÈ GATE CITY JOURNAL,
ALEXANDER’S
All Over T he House
January Clearance
Presenting Our Wonderful Stock of
Men's and Young Men’s
Suits
*
and
Overcoats
14.85 * 19.75 * 21.85
These groups comprise our Choice Lines of SUITS and
OVERCOATS formerly priced from $22.50 to HO.00
Including Fancy Worsted, Twists and Serges.
MEN’S ODD PANTS
MEN’S DRESSSH1RTS
For all occasions Hard
finished materials values
up to $6.00.
Plain or Fancy Color
Broadcloth, Fast Colors
Pre Shrink Collors.
*1.95 *3-85*4.85
Clearance Price
Q
5c
Men’s Felt Hats
Students and Boys Suits
Latest Shapes and Colors
$4.00 Values now $2.95
$6. 00 Values now $3.95
2 long Pants, 16.50 Values
Now $9.75
1 long, 1 Golf Pants
Values to $10.95
Choice * 5 4 5 * 5 8 5
Lowest Prices in Years!
ALEXANDER’S
‘‘Where Good Clothes Cost Less”
ONTARIO
OREGON
Real SPECIALS fo r
Friday, Saturday Monday
frc&b fle w Crop Shipment
3 lb pkg Oat Meal
20c
4 large pkgs Corn Flakes
45c
2 1 lb, 4 oz pkgs Oat Meal 25c
Large Jar Jam
47c
49 lb sack Convoy Flour,
90c
EDER HARDWARE CO.
Grocery Department
Dance every Friday night
the High School Gym.
at
HOME LOCALS, PERSONAIS, SHORT NEWS NOTES
If you’r fat-remove the cause! KRUS-
CHKN SALTS contain the 6 mineral «alts
your body organ», gland» and nerve»
•hould h a rt function properly.
Wbon you're vital organ», fail to per.
form their work correctly-your bowels
and kidnaya can't throw off that waste
material— before you realise It--you're
growing hideously fati
Take half a teaspoonful of KRUSCHEN
W e had loose
m anagem enl-
now we have
tight money
Nyssa Pharmacy
i| Specials
ii For Saturday, Jan. 17
Big E Floar 49 lb sack
9 lb bag Relied Oats
3 lb pkg Rolled Oats
5 lb Brick Cheese
81b pail Lard
89 c
39 c
19 c
89 c
1.19
- WILSON BROS., GROCERY DEPT. ~
2 Meals Day, Plenty
Water, Helps Stomach
!
!
::
Lost her Double Chin
Lost Her Prominent Hips
Lost Her Sluggishness
Gained Physical Vigor
Gained in Vivaciouaness
Gained a Shapely Figure
I
Mr. Howard Evans, of Milton
Harry Sales is on the sick list
and
Freewater, was pleasant cal­
Mr. and Mrs Ben Cook, who
ler
last
Friday. Mr. Evans has
have been spending a vacation in
Donald
Deputy
, . Mr. Graham, - __
, , | California and were returning to property near Nyssa and is great
Grand inspector reported 78 head t ^e [>am encountered trouble be- ly interested in our development
of horses shipped to Schlesser ! tween here and Portland. The and has great faith in this county
Brothers at Portland The horses diffculty arose between the Cook He is a mighty fine man to meet
were bought of Sam Ross, and | car and a large Truck.
Mrs. and visit with.
Abelle Parmer of Jordon Valley. Cook was taken to a hostipal and
The City has kept the sidewalks
*N g . io
A B C's of BEAUTY
Born Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. Cook who was less seriously and streets pretty well cleared of
Lewellen Monday morning a injured, returned to his duties at snow, the past week. About
Many » woman his discuvered the way to keep her skin useful, by using
three inches of ‘‘the beautiful”
baby girl Laving Katherine. the Dam.
. particular craara and powder faithfully, to protect and enhance the beauty
Mrs. Lewellen is at the home of
of a velvety akin.
Mrs. Mary F. Felton has been fell and more or less slush has
her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. quite ill, for several weeks and is made it wet going. Scrapers took
You too can discover the A B C's of beauty are easy to learn and easy to
Klinkenberg.
confined to her bed at this time. the most of it to vacant lots.
achieve your own type of beauty by asking us about Agnea Sorel toilatriea here
The dance at the H. S. Gym
Mrs. Chas. McConnell who
Business, social functions and
last
Friday night, sponsored by
has
been
suffering
with
the
flu
city affairs have moved with the
the
Commercial
Club, attracted a
since
the
Holidays
is
improving.
usual peaceful activities in Nyssa.
jolly
crowd.
this week, regardless of the fact
Miss. Ruth Benton met at the
that the State Legislature is in home of Mr. and Mrs. L, A.
Miss Inez Johnson was unable
Nyssa
_ Oregon
session.
Higby with her Sunday School to attend school Monday on acc­
« Try the Drug Store F irst.”
Glass immediately a fter School ount of illness. Miss Lilly Mae
FOR SALE HAY
At The M. C. Hatfield ranch Wednesday for the purpose of Hunt substituted for Miss John­
1 mile and a half north of Nyssa. catching up with some book ston.
work.
( C. L. Thompson, chief fruit
The ladies Aid report a splend­
Frank Banks is recovering inspector was down from Twin
id patronage at the food sale. from an attack of flu.
Falls, and spent Sunday in Nyssa
The proceeds are applied on the
visiting his brother R. A. Thomp­
Mrs. E. L. Southland returned son and was entertained at din­
building fund.
home from the hospital with a ner at Mr. and Mrs. Art Robert-
The church choir is moving baby daughter born Dec. 27.
sons.
forward in their plans at a recent
Mrs.
Schlopkohl
and
Mrs.
Cill
Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Higby
meeting the following officers
attended
a
bridge
party
at
the
spent
Saturday in Boise on busi­
were elected.
Mrs. Howard
home
of
Mrs.
Chas.
Clapp.
ness.
Larson director.
There will be a hot Tamale
Mr. Marion Elliott living in the
Miss Maude Cone Pastor of
sale at the Nyssa Packing Co.
Apple Valley M. E. Church, will north part of town was taken to Saturday. The Tamales will be
preach at the morning worship Boise recently for treatment. fresh made Saturday of chicken
Mr. Elliott has been ill for some
hour a t Nyssa next Sunday.
and sold by the ladies of the W.
Miss Bloklanc will preach at time and at present is being C. T. U. for the purpose of fur­
taken care of at the home of his
Apple Valley.
thering t '.e cause of temperance
son.
Joe Smith is Building an ad­
Mrs. Leon A. Higby, enter­
School is half out and we are
dition to his home of two rooms,
tained, Miss Ruth Wolf and Miss
10 bars P & G Soap, 35c
starting on the new semester
Ethel Graham at dinner Thurs­
a bath and screen-in poarch.
this week. Four new students
10 lb Red Beans, 44c
day evening, the girls remained
Mrs. J. P. Dunaway and her have registered Mae and Sue
for choir practice twelve were in
5 lbs Fosters Honey 49c
friend Mrs. DeArmond, of Vale Keizer, Floyd Elliott and Ken­
attendance.
are spending a few days in Boise. neth Bach
10 lb Fosters Honey 93c
The civic club will meet in the
Mrs. Frank Frye who haS been
The W. C. T. U. will celebrate basement of the church Wed.
3 lb Ginger Snaps, 33c
ill a few days is recovering.
Victory Day Thursday in the Jan. 21 for the purpose of elect­
The Epworth League enter­ church. Several charactors will ing officers for the coming year.
tained the kings Daughter and put on a program which will rep­
The social meeting of the ladies
Boys Scout Classes of the Sun­ resent the State Convention at
Aid
will be on Thursday Jan. 22
day school, last Tuesday evening Houston, Texas. Jan. 16 is the
at
the
home of Mrs. Higby,
at the church basement.
The birthday of the 18th Ammend-
Every one is invited to attend.
Crash
ment
and
church
bells
all
over
young people report a delightful
It will not make any difference
the
United
States
will
be
rung,
ALONG L I F E ’S
time.
Friday night was not a perfect
tolling the years of victory but what church you may be affilicst-
TRAIL
J. Carl Baldridge, manager of only the loyal in heart may claim ed with or if you are not affilabt- night after all. Albert Hopkins
the Payette division of the Idaho this victory.
ed with any, you will find a warm accompained by Owen Price and
By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK
Power Company, and W. N. Row-
D < u *t S « a C n la sn itf * f M ilite.
welcome at hif ladies aid meet­ Jess Thompson were on their way
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Jess
Spencer
berry, also of the big company,
home from the High School tour
ing.
were business visitors in Nyssa Heir to a fortune, were over from Farm Wanted I want farms for cash nament at Ontario, when they
JONAH
Vale Sunday and called at the buyers. Describe, give price. K. McNown, saw a man in front of them wav­
Wednesday from Payette.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Higby, and 460 Wilkinson, Omaha, Neb.
The first thing th at comes to mind
ing his hands in a most unusal
reported having received notice
name of Jonah
C. M. Caldwell was a visitor to way. Mr. Hopkins swayed his when one mentions the
is his escapade
of an immence fortume that
car and missed the man by only
Kent, Wash., last week.
with th e ' whale,
would net the heirs a half million
a few inches, but this is not all
w h i c h , if the
dollars each. The property is The social Club of the Eastern About the time they thought the
truth be told. Is
" Since I drink plenty water, rat 2 good located at Housten Texas, There Star met at the hall to elect the
probably the most
fright
was
over
"Crash”
the
meala a day and take Adierika now and
trivial and unim­
are six heirs in the Jess Spencer new officers for the coming year thing had just begun. John Ray
then, I ve had no trouble with my stom-
portant event In
a
social
afternoon
was
enjoyed
by
i
family who would receive each
ach.’’-C . Deforest.
Jonah's
history.
Jr.
driving
a
Chevolet
coupe
had
all. Refreshments were served
The thing thRt
Unlike other medicine, Adierika acts on $500.000.
been
driving
too
close
behind
and
really counts Is
BOTH upper and lower bowel; removing
Mrs. R. E. White was taken in the way of a covered lumcheon was unable to stop because of icy
Jonah's
charac­
poisonous waste which caused gas and
The new officers were as fel­
sudenly
ill
Monday
lig
h
t.
The
ter.
W# could
road. Albert Hopkins discovered
other stomach trouble. Just ONE spoon­
lows
Mrs.
Annie
Frances
Presi­
l e a v e ont the
ful relieves gss, sour stomach and aick Whites live in the north part of
dent, Mrs. Hilda Tensen Vice that a wheel was badly wrecked,
s t o r y of the
headache. Let Adierika give your stom­ town and Mr. White directs the
a fender and bumper jammed
w h a l e and we
President,
Mrs.
Gorden
Hall
Sec­
ach and bowels a REAL cleaning and see m . E. Choir.
still have
tary and Treasurer, Mrs. Hazel while Mr. Ray was trying to con the Important details should
how good you feel! Nyssa Pharmacy
left.
Ennis of Adrian, was presented vience himself that a ford coupe The Bible tells lltUa about Jonah’s
with a lovely set of salad forks, can do some damage too. A front family. It merely mentions his fa
tber’s Dame. I suspect, however, from
by the social club. Mrs. Ennis, fender and bumper had taken
the way he acted that he was an only
bad
beating.
is past worthy Matron.
child with maybe a grandm other or
Wilson Bros.
Department Store
How One Woman Lost
20 Pounds of Fat
OLDD::BIRD a
Dewey Ray is back on the job
after a few days illness with
throat trouble.
New Prints nice pattern 121-2 yd
Boys and Youth Blazers,
1.98
Boys Part Wool Shirt
79 c
Sweaters, reg. 2.95 to 4.85,
1.98
Silk wool ladies hose, regular
50 c , ..........................
39e
Mens 16 inch leather boots, 5.95
Mens work shoes
2.95
Mens Scout Shoes
1.98
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bersch, FOR SALE:
Mrs. Hazel Gildeaand son Terrie
Oats, Barley and Corn.
visited recently, at the home of
C. C, Cotton
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Patterson at Phone 54-F5, Nyssa
Caldwell.
Mrs. Patterson is a
daughter of the Bersch’s Mrs.
Patterson has returned to Port­
land where she has been taking
treatm ent
m eans, in th is shop, ju s t
The Masonic lodge ^piet in re­
exactly w hat th e diction­
gular session last evening with a
ary aayt . . .
large attendance. The first de­
gree work was put on for M. M.
“ TH E ART
Greeling of Adrian.
Refresh­
O F P R IN T IN G ”
ments were afterwords served.
T he sam e care, the same
Stacey Granville and family
th o u g h t, th e sam e exact-
were Vale visitors Sunday.
nees of balance, harm ony
C. A. Smith, who has been j
• f color and choice of me­
visiting his Brother Joe Smith [
dium s is used by us on a
returned to his home at Hynes
piece of p rin ted m a tte r
Calif, last week.
th a t th e a rtis t uses when
Harry Sayles, is laid up with a j
h e is pain tin g a picture.
case of flu.
ryp cscA on y
SALTS in a glas* of hot water every
morning—cut out paatry and fatty meats
go light on potatoes, butter cream and
sugar—in J weeks get on the scales and
not# how many pounds of fat have van­
ished.
N o th - also that you have gained in en-
rrgy—your skin Is clear—your eye* spar­
kle with glorious health—you feel young­
er in body keener in mind. KRUSCHEN
will give any fat person a joyous surprise
Got an 86c bottle of KRUSCHEN
SALTS at Nyssa Phramacy lasts 4 weeks
If this first bottle doesn't convince you
this is the easiest, safest and Csureat way
to lose fat—if you don't feel s superb im­
M . Debord, who has
provement in health-»» gloriously soar-
Minnesota
the past 18
getic vigorously alive--your money glad­
has
returned
to Nyssa
ly returned.
V V V W U W V \ A A A A A M S V i A A W i A M I V V V V V V V W A A W V W V V V V V V V V ^ na9 re IU rn e a
10 ^ Y 883
STAR BRAND ARE BETTER
been in
months,
and
a n a 18
Tvisiting his daughter Mrs. Ben-
ton.
T he com pleted work is a
real piece o f a rt, pleasing
to theeye, easy toread and
hence...GETS RESULTS.
two or a few maiden aunts, to spoil
him, for Jonah was one of these boys
who didn't willingly do the things be
didn't like to do.
He must have been a good boy, or
the Lord wouldn’t have chosen him to
go to Nineveh to try to get the town
cleaned np and the Invrs enforced and
a little order established. I suppose
he was one of these boys who had
-never given his mother a moment's
trouble or uneasiness." Evidently be
had not been trslned to do unpleasan'
things, and he had been used to sleep
Ing until some one called him. You
will recall that when the storm was
on, and every one else was tearing
shout trying to keep the ship from
going down, they found Jonah sound
asleep waiting for the alarm clock to
go off or for s freshman to wake him
up. No; he had never been used to
getting np without being called.
He must have been a sm art fellow,
though, or It nevsr would have oc­
curred to anyone to sand him to a
place like Nineveh with any hope thsc
he would reform the place. It would
have becen as bad as expecting Chi­
cago to be cleaned np.
Jonah was sm art enough; he was In
a general way good enough, what he
lacked was a sense of duty, the back­
bone to tackle a hard job and carry
It through w hethsr It was pleasant or
not
(®- 'H I
W i t s r a Nswspapar
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