m a ts poultry women oat-in g for a bundh of 5 0 or 60 laying hens can profit ably become members o f this organ Published evory ITI day at Nys«*. ization. Whether or not this sec'ion secures this !»eneHt 'depends upon Oregon, by securing enough producé. Do you BROWN BROS. want these benefits? For informa tion apply to Mr. eHrberc Hidkox of ft Kntered at the Po-fofflce at Nyaan. Kingman C olon y,'or Mr. A. B. Cain ft Oregon, as second-class mail matter of Ontario, chairman of tlhe Malheur ! GATE CITY JOURNAL 5 IT P A Y S TO P A Y CASH ■ 3 ft ; ------ ft ■ m m m Look this slip over—Ask the clerk ft ft WE m m m m ft n Vi T H A N K YOU FOR YOUR PATRO N AG E PLE ASE C A L L A G A IN M The Nyssa Trading m m Company H H y vi ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Groceries, Hardware, Implements t Phone 68 Save and leturn $10 worth o f then« oath receipts find re ceive sixty cents in trade. m a ■ ! NYSSA— PRODUCT— County Fanil Try our new Honey Syrup Bureau g a ñ il») depart- ment. ^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Sundy after Sunday i.ohooi the j f t On* year, la advanoe. ....... . .»1.50 Young People’s class repaired to the j f t Six month«, in advance....... home of Mrs. M. M. Or eel ing. the 1 f t ills carrying lunch and beautifully " f t made .May baskets, which -were f i ’led, H a tramp over the Snake river w Mrs. John Knnls o f Sioux City, bluff. Many friends -were rememiber- f t d with flowers. After a dlass {two, arrived Wednesday for a visit ft with her mother, Mrs. Ed'tha Scott. 1 ing," the young people disbanded. T h e P. T. A. will give the low er f t Mrs. Henry Oonley, M'ss Catherine Conley and Mr. Chas Conley o f Apple rrades and their teacher, Miss Vera f t Valley, Sioux City friend« o f Mrs. \’ eeb, a picnic at Big Bend Park f t will also serve f t Knnie, called at the Scott home Son- A’ednesday. They unch to the iHgh (School and pupils day. ft Mrs. M. M. Maxwell anli M i-« Cor f the 8th grades at the d o s e of the f t inne IMiaxweU left Tuesday for a visit ■xams Friday. Eight pupils will take the final ex- f t with relatives at New Plymouth. ft They will remain for the commence i.minationis Thursday and Friday. KINGMAN KOLONY ment exercises, their niece, Miss Pauline D’elricft, (being anions the 1901 -graduates from the New Ply mouth schools. Mr. and .Vint OPver Zehner and family o f iFruitland were week-end guests o f Mrs Zehner’s sister, Mrs Frank Shuler, and family in the Kolony. w Special Discount on DeLaval Cri'iam Separators ft A surprise dinner party was given Friday evening by Mrs. Conrad Mar [l i f t tin and M i s Bernice Martin in honor ''■ f t f t f t f t f t l of Mr. Martin’s forty-eighth birthliay anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. il. C Reed and children *►0 and M t . and Mis. W . L. Schafer and sons, and they ,ero royally enter Chopping end Grinding tained. Looter and- Alvin Sclia/e- motored Phone 36 R. to Payette last SatUTtiay. Mr. Wellman was calling In the Colony (Monday. There -wa a large attendance at F O R G R A I N . M I L T . F E F .D the -lecture on co-oi>ertive marketing AN1) SEEDS OF A L L KINDS by Mr. Paul Mefil o f the Extension Service of the O. A. C. at IBig Bend STEAMED ROLLED BARLEY A SPECIALTY Park Monday. Owing to the short notice o f the lecture given Thursday -by Mr. Geo Mansfield, state Farm Bureau presi Near Depot,-Nyssa, Oregon Phone 204 dent, many o f the people were miss ing T h e Kingman Colony was well represented, many o f the ladles be ing prevent. (No one could -hear the f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t M X I M K M I l l i X X M M lecture without the conviction that co-cperatIon Is the only way out for ft ft the grower. ft, -Miss Helen Cowgi'l, assistant state f t | elnib leader, went with th-e girls’ sew ft f t ing club anil' their leader, Miss -Flo-r- T o s e a l In t h « ft f t en-e Kingman, at tlhe «h o o d house delicious Burley at 11 a. m. Monday. ft ft t o b a c c o flavor. Mrs. Edith,a Scott, Mrs. John Ennis ft ft Mrs. M. M. Creeling and H. R. Scott ft f t were guests of (Mr. and Mrs. Herliert ft f t Hikikox on a motor trip to Ontario ft f t Tuesday night. attended, a.v delegate, ft f t Mr. iliickox ft f t the called meeting o f poultry -men of this section, interested in the plan of ft ft the co-operative -marketing o f -poul ft f t try anli eggs. ft ft This meeting was called as a re f t sult of instructions given at a South ft One block from depot. ft f t ern Idaho and Eastern Oregon poul ft f t try men’s meeting at Boise, April 30. Clean beds 50c, 75c and SI.00 It is the plan ofthose back of this ft movement to form an organization Good meals............. 25« to 50« ft here in Eastern Oregon -and Southern Rooms by week or month f t Idaho, which will affi'late -with the I ft f t Pacific P ultry Producers' Associa ft f t tion. Here is the long looked for movement fo r more profitable and ft Proprietor. ft f t satisfactory methods o f handling the txml try branch o f ranching, and ft ft Two Flavors « duo I nLULlYLU faction Oil Stoves, ■ S Wire Screening, Poultry Netting. - Maple and Marshmallow Handled by all grocery stores. Guaranteed pure Honey and Coin. Made by the a Oregon Apiary Company 5 McCarty & Coward Nyssa Oregon m ftK ftx tftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * Go to the 5 I I I Q T R i P n U r n A l i n e of New P e r NYSSA Peckham Furniture Co. Nyssa Flour Mill Housa Furnishers and Funeral Directors I. H. Kella» in Charge o f Parma Store. House Phone 50-S8S for Stores at Oaldwell and Parma, Idatoo FLOUR & FEED : FOR SALE Ö E J± i Nyssa Grain and Seed Co.j P o u ltry AT j Service G arage j LUCI S u p p l ie s Liberty Theater STRIKE WILLARD BATTERIES Cigarette 20 per cent off United States and Goodyear Tires ; N y s s a , O re g o n It’s Toasted Regular Program SATURD AY & SUNDAY Best of Educational Features & Comedy ■ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft H ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M H . - * Home Remedies Pure Extracts and Spices Teilet Articles Veterinari Remedies Poultry Compounds ft ft m ft ft -ft ■ San Tox and Nyal Agencies ¡ *■ , ■ Jurries D rug Co. 3 W. R. JURRIES IDAHO The price of Lard Has Dropped Again Choice Moats of All Kinds kept Constantly on hand ft ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t ft ft ■ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft J. Boy dell, Agt. Phono Ofioo 42 Residence 33 Nyssa, Oregon M PA R M A Robert Taylor, Proprietor. ■ ft Eastman Kokaks— Brunswick Phonographs n Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention ■ M ft M 3 Nyssa Blacksmith Shop : Public Patronage Solicited f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t ■ Nyssa Realty Co. ft H ftftftftftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftftftftftft General Blacksmithing All Kind« o f Repair Work f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t f t * ft ■ h Sold by ----------- J. R. HUNTER, STAR HOTEL Nyssa, Oregon ■ ■■■Mftftftftftft ■ ■ ■ a * * * * * * * C. C. COTTON. 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