The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, February 14, 1930, Image 10

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    New Spring
cent of the domestic consumption. tafcsAÄÄ
¡Only about 10 pr r cent of a pres-
t total of about 4000 acres are
Fidd em pi and fruit present yet in bearing.
somewhat varying possibilities in
u r c g u ii m r i
sj‘i.
f. ItTliOUSi IHUKUl
SPRING ACTIVITIES
.. 1 lu li r u v i u u a i
¡ìmrlnrtir.n ni* man1 r eommndities
inereasingr rapidly in response to
rrqwlflff demands, according to
The Ladies Aid of the Metho-
the crops and horticultural sec­
e
st
church worked out the fol-
tions of the 11)30 agricultural re-
We have just unpacked our SPRING LINE and ask that
o >rt issued by the Oregon Exten­ 1 wing calendar at the last meet-
you call in and see what we are showing in
i
g
held
at
the
Methodist
parson-
Practically new, at the pedal price of
sion service.
a
;e:
With cr ps just keeping pace
Saturday, February 15 -Cooked
•vith demand, such as canned
Jerri s, cherries, pears, celery, f ¡od tale and sale of tea towels.
“ When all of its innards arc
March 13--A St. Patrick’s Tea
nuts and some of the seed crops,
humming in tunc,
a
t
the
church
basement.
the future depends on whether
“1 Wnow that a motor to grief
April A fine caster dinner.
■oducrion or demand rains the
is immune:
Next
“The prospect of trouble,” says
more rapidiy, the report indicate*.
_ June the members and
Isaac, decreases
On some other commodities, such ' I friends of the church \\ i ake
—
“When motorists use proper oils
i ; ■„
tn-- furorast is favor-! ■'
cents as a beginning and >y
and good greases!”
ble, and with others such a s . inspiration and bard work br­
ibe- flax it is d; finitely bright.
»ther with a real pleasure each
This year 36,000 copies o f the one will see how the money CHS
And grease where it does
-utic-k report, either complete o r 1»? multiplied and used for the
the most good would
as separates dealing with dairy. e.,urch. All the proceeds will be
solve four-fifths of all the
Caldwell Pi ig.
[f | live, tock, poultry, farm crops or used to pay for the building at
ills
that motor cars are
1 f 4
Horticulture, have been printed the parsonage.
NYSSA. OREGON
heir
to, if motorists were
Mrs.
Anna
Goshert
is
presi­
r,
for free distribution. County
^mmaaesBsrz'-intat* sso.
more
careful than they
dent;
vice
presidents.
Mrs.
Kath­
agents now have supplies, or
Panel
are. 'Mr t i • ' T greases
copies ir-gy be obtained from the erine Reberger and Mrs. A1
are
the
best
objainable
Thompson.
! college.
You will be more than pleased with the goods we are
for all automotive uses.
The Epworth League under the
“The general outlook is not
|
showing,
as well as the price.
cadership
of
the
vice
president
pai Ccularly favorable for pota­
Park your p?t peeve in the Ike
kouie
toes if growers carry out reported of the missionary department
intentions to plant a six per cent | gave a very fine service at the
larger acreage thi year, the re- church last Sunday evening. The
ich i
choir sang “Stand Up for Jesus”
FORD GARAGE
port reads. “Thi:
Nyssa, Oregon.
Undecided? Well, it won’t take you, long to make up under .normal conditions Will pro* c.ml ‘ In the Glow < t Our V outh
Nyssa
-
- Oregon
l II il III !—
—
—
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;
.
a
crpp
.
(
al
to
that
of
1924,1
as
special
numbers.
^
Crete
Marie
y o ir
once you see the tender, fre.h , llavory Meats
when overt r> auction dropped the j Foster spoke on the Need of the
we’ve got in the ice box. Ask and we’ll give you the farm aver: go December price to Bible m South America.’ \ic -
purchaser at said sal , and that the said
SUMMONS.
Shopping a !a McA.e
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE defendants, Jose Uberauaga, Jabn C. Raw-
very cut you want.
62.5 cii.ts a bushel compared toria Worden on the M ork of
Moderi» Siioppe: -Have you any
STATE O r ORIGtN FOR THE man and Hazel S. Featoa, and each there­
ith M.31 lor December, 1927.” ¡the Good Will in the United thing snappy in rubber bands?
of, be forever barred aad foreclosed af
COUNTY OF MALHEUR.
Assistant-—No; but we have some­
World v. ii at
n i is report- ■ rates. ’ Jeff Irwin
lac l-pm-
all right, title, claim, lien, estate, iatcrest
Ontario-Nys3a
Irrigation
Company,
a
thing cutehy In fty-p:»per.
: d incr
ing about :i3 rapidly as ine Conditions in China.
Mamie
Corporation, 1’iaintiff, vs. Jose Uberua- | and equity in and to the said premises,
Phone 1
ga, John C. Bowman und Hozel S. Fen­ including said stack, and every part there­
production hut present supblics Mahan “The Christian in India.”
Conqucred
of, except their statutory rigbt of redemp­
ton,
Defendants.
The
offering
amounted
to
$8.50
■tnd general conditions indicate
Jail Visitor—Auil you never had
tion and for such ether and further de­
To
John
C.
Bowman,
one
of
the
above
no better price in 1930 than for which will be used for misssion- any remorse for your misdeeds?
cree as to the Court may seem meet and
named defendants.
Convict—Vis,
I
did,
lady,
but
I
man
last year. Market for hard spring ary work.
equitable.
In the Name of the State of Oregon.
The speaker of the evening aged to live It down.
This summons is published in the Gat#
wheat is expected to be the least
You are hereby required to appear and
was Miss Maude Cone, pastor of
answer the complaint filed herein against City Journal, a weekly newspaper pub­
favorable.
fo
u
n
d
Cut
you in the above entitled suit within four lished in'Nyssa, Malheur county, htrsgon,
Oatr, barley and corn are three Apple Valicy, who gave a stir­
Gerald—When Uul you first get to (4) weeks from the seventh day of Febru­ by virtue of and pursuant to an order of
crops that nationally are not in a ring message, telling of her ex- know Tornì
ary, 1930, which is the dale of the first the Hon. W. W. Wood, Judge of the
George—The first time I tried to
favorable position but for which a periences as a missionary in
publication of this summon , and if you above entitled Court, made and entered
borrow
some
money.
>ood market exists in Oregon Africa.
fail so to appear and answer the plaintiff herein on the 4th day cf February. 1930
The Junior League is growing
for want therof will apply to the court for and directing such publication for a period
where local demand consistently
the relief demanded in the complaint, of four (4) weeks, commencing with the
exceeds state supplies. Several tr.d a s, 20 members. Louise
TUE a m a t e u r c a n k e r towit:
issue of February 7, 1930, aDd requiring
Farrel
is
leader
for
this
week
and
hundred cars of corn are shipped
For judgment against the above named you to appear and answer within four (4)
*
Emi'loyop- I would like e.n Im-rc-ise defendant, Jose Uhe ruaga, for the sum of weeks from the date ef the first public :-
into Oregon every year to meet a i hoy are earning il.C5, with
which they are going to buy In siiluty, sir, as I am s<“‘iK to t’” Six Hundred Thir y-srven and 60-100 tion of this summons, and farther order­
growing demand.
nmnied. *
Save the top v id i C j :1: ich Ruberized Top Coating
A.
se d crops of which something nice for the church.
Employer—And you would like to Dollars ($6a7.o0j, together with interest ing that in case of publication, a copy
Oregon is becoming an important
A basket social was held at hove a little Ids'jer fund to draw on thereon at the rate of Six per cent (6 per hereof and of tha camplaint be forthwith
cent) per aunum from the 6th day. of De­ mailed to you at your last known place of
soim ve, red clover hews a favor- Apple Valicy to help pry for the for household expenses?
Employee—No, it Im 't that. My cember, 1921, until paid, and for the fur­ residence and post office address, towit:
able long-time outlook, as grow­ new books which they have pur future wife kn- y exactly how much ther sum of Four Hundred Thirteen and Vale, Oregon, or in lieu thereof that per­
1 get, mill I would like a little extra Xo-10J Dollars ($M3.00), together with sonal service be made upon you wherever
ers are favoring domestic rather chase .1.
for my own a
th.it slie doesn’t interest thereon at the rate of Six per you may be found.
than European seed, but Ore­
know ube.lt.
cent (6 per cent) per annum from the 6th
E M. BLODGETT,
Sc
.f
M
Utahs
gon's opportunity is reported as
day of Dscetpber, 1928, until paid, and Attorney for Plaintiff.
“W l t lia» I:w o n » of that cm , >,
depending
on
changing
to
accept­
Residence and Post Office Addrea
niv.ii . ii von li.-ui In hers ?" asked n
for the further sum of Four Hundred
1 anti all persons cpncernecj therein are no-
NOTICE
rid ut tin' mnniiinr of Geek A Son,
Thirteen and No-100 Dollars ($413.00), Nyssa, Ore on.
I tilled to be present and show cause, if any able strains to meet a trkieal de­
Itl THE COUNTY COURT
Intelligent Goats
ln I , ’¡-ulve Indie*' reudy-to-
together with interest thereon at the rate h irst publication February 7, 193#
there be, why said account and report mand, Outlook for sweet clover !
THE
TATE OF OREGON F
r. “I l'iid to five him," the ninna-
Gouts are perhaps I lie* eusiest of ol Six per cent (6 per cent ) per annum Last publication March 7,1930
sh mid not be approved and allowed and is poor, bufcladino and alsikc are
( -IJNTY OFMALHEURr
r i - i! - !. "He sold fear of Solo- sit Iinlmals to Imin neeorrllni: to one from the 6th day of December, 1923, until
said estate settled and said administrator fairly strong. Southern demand
In tlie Matter of the Estate of Ellen Pur­
" ' iiN who. mi Identical model of expert
A voit possess*» the <|millty paid, and for the further sum of Four
NOTICE.
discharged.
■ v.ii. ni d told earh of them that
se Deceased.
John H. Pursell, I for winter field pea seed is still ! ■ h '• : t i\ oly wasn't another on of help* alile le inoline human nr Hundred Thirteen and No-100 Dollars IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
lio n s.
KotIce is hereby given that John H.
($413.00), together with interest there - 1
Admini trator of the Estate of Ellen Pur­ n creasing.
STATE OF »REGON FOR THE
l.'ke It In existence.”
Purs 11, andinistrator of the estate of
from the 6th day of Dec., 1914, until pa IT.
sell, Deceased.
Among
fruits,
apple
markets
COUNTY OF MALHEUR.
i 11 j ; i Purnell, deceased, has rendered and
and for the further sum of Four Hundr
Date of first publication, Jan. 31, 1930.
Earliest Monogram»
Iu the Matter of the Estate of Edward
are expected to be more stable in
p a senttd his final account of his admin-
X SPRING IS SOON HERE
| Forty-two and No-109 Dollars ($442 Ot ' Donnelly, Deceased.
Date of last publication, Feb. 118, 1030.
The Greeks are KU|ipi- ed ro have H> ------------------- —
the next few years, but heavy
juration
said estate and pettilion for
..... •
together with interest thereon at the ra.
u-it* mono.-
The undersigned having been appointed
hoen
the
thsi
'o
oiitnbution and discharge as such admin-
production and low prices are They are four. I on old Greek
Take advantage of our
of Six per cent (6 per cent) per annu . by the County Court of the State Oregon
isl f*t >r; that Monday, the 3rd day of
FGR SALE
still probable in years of espec­ and rings. T
I.. •iiiir . ho.
WINTER PERMANENT
from the 6th day of December 1925, un­ for the County of Malheur, administrator
March, 1980, *t the hour of 11 o’clock in
oiiiii • , o'ieat;
WAVE PRICES
made iho nn .
til paid, and for the further sum of Four of the estate of Edward Donnelly, de­
ially
favorable
crop
conditions.
t»iv forenoon of that «lay in the count)
family uuine.».
Hundred Fifty.seven and $25-100 Dollars ceased, and have qualified, notice is here-
DUART,
the
Wonder
Wave,
only
growers
will
be
fa-
Northwest
^ t o j r t room in the county court house in !
($457.25), together with interest thereon by given to the creditors of, and all per­
or
.
’
c
Warfare
ver,
through
growing
*Vnle, Malheur county, Oregon, has j
v ‘> tci 1, how
at the rate of Six per cent i 6 per cent) sons having tlaims against the estate of
T 'r I'.:
v.;:;s Is lie name „Iveu
I een appointed and fixed as the time and j
I demand and absence *f large p h< o y n s, .ns of wars hetweeu
per annum from the 6th day of Decem­ said deceased, to present them, duly veri­
1 lace for hearing objeetion9 to said ac- i
Latest and most satisfactory.
young commercial plantings at
. i:|.
C :: t’ i.«e 111 the Third uml
ber, 1926, until paid, and for the further, fied, as required by law.within six months
i >unt, for settlement thereof, and hear
..............
o s it c. "I'ualens" Is
present.
sum of Four Hundred Fifty-seven and aftsr the first publication of this notice to
iag said petition, at which time and place
he I. niii o' Uotimn adyo tlve mean
25-100 Dollars ($457.26), together with said administrator, at the office of E. M.
water
heater
For
Sale—
Coal
Fear
production
is
increasing
;.il persons interested in sai ! < stale may
Hit p-
n iif! to tlie I'lirihiiirinliiiix
interest therein at the rate of Six per cent Blodgett in Nyst”, Oregon, Malheur
completo, cheap. Roy so rapidly that prospects depend It is in it “I'oenl." menulni: the tu
j p.icar and object to said account, for plant
(6 per cent) per annum from the 6th day county, said office being the place desig­
d27-tf.
t etdement thereof and contest the same, Founds.
largely on maintaining rate of :,hi': nts ot t'nrthege. From tin
of December, 19r7, until paid, and for lhe nated where said administrator will re­
S®®»»»®®»»»»»
M
»®®»®»»<»>
demand increase. Somewhat the »le.. point of tlie Uoiiinus the Cnriliu
further sum of Five Hundred One and ceive said claims,
. nil us w. re fiilthlv.-s and trem-her
i . j a a f i ü i ,u x ,ju a i
a- n i E . .T aw «
same is said to bo true of sweet ois ; h-.-m-o Clinic failh 1» a clus u al
60-100 Dollars i$5«tl.50), together with
WILLIAM DONNELLY,
interest thereon at the rate of Six per Administrator of the Estate of Edward
£ I cherries, though the^pJospective .iinise n u-n 11 i ii K had faith.—l ’uth
NOTICE
cent 16 per cent per annum from tha 6th
Donnelly, Deceased.
r increase in products n is not so Under Miiiriizine.
IN THE COUNTV COURT OF THE
day of December, 1928, until paid, and for Date of first publication, Feb. 14, 1930.
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUN­
A’o r i c Dame'* Beginning
i great.
the further sum of Fi»e Hundred One Date of last publication, March 14, 1930
TV OF MALHEUR,
Tlie University ef Notre Dame wn •
El Fru.ic production in Europe is
und 50-100 Dollars ($501.60), together
If you have
' undid In IM-I'-'. and chartered hv tin In the Matter of the Estate of George E.
m decreasing, but as three-fourths state
with interest thereon at the rate of Six
ledslnture two years later. Its
Skinner, Deceased
percent (6 per cent) per annum from
8 of the world supply of dried "■aidath'ii was due to the missionary
Notice is hereby given that C. S. Skin­
the Oth day of December. 1929, until
e.-l
of
the
Very
(!ev.
Edward
Fred
(4 prunes comes from the Pacific
ner, administrator of the estate of George
■ri'l. Si in. «’. S. (’. The land new E. Skinner, Deceased, his rendered and paid, and tor plaintiff’s costs and dis­
y coast the prospective production oi-i
bursements herein.
I'pled In the university was deed
f is likely to bo as large in the next ] d h> the Idslinp of Vincennes en «-oil presented his final account of his admin­ And for a further decree of this Court
Postage paid on out of towa
f,’ few years as in the recent past. "lion that a eollege be built thereon istration of said estate and petition for that said stock and the rights accruing in
distribution
and
discharge
as
such
admin­
orders.
First grade, fresh
and by the terms of said stock certificate
Acreage and production are ex- vltliln two years.
istrator, and that February 24, 19J0, at
are appurtenant to and attached to said stock.
i ' i j pect'jd to remain about station-
Sluggish Havshs
the hour of 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon
premises and an integral part thereof
The broad w Imred liawlt Is uncom of that day, in the county court room in
l |a r y in the Northwest for the
29-
4.40_
$7.40
that the said plaintiff has a lien upon said
nmnly
sluuirlsh
and
may
tierch
motion
the
county
Court
house
at
Vale.
Malheur
. next few years.
30-
4 .5 0 .............. S.25
less upon some dry treetop for hours cornty, ('regon, has been appointed and premises herein described, including said
National outlook for stf&w- at a (ill
29-
500................ 9.90
If disturbed l| will imiks fixed by the judge of said court as the time stock, securing the whole of said assess­
ments remaining due and unpaid, together
| berries is unusually favorable a abort lllght and settle ncnln.
30-
5, 8 ply truck.2 5.50
and place for hearing objections to said
this year, and a slight red u ctio n ---------- ----------— ------------------ account, for settle ment thereof and hear­ with interests, costs and disbursements of
32-6,
8
ply
truck.__ 32.40
this suit, and for the full amount of this
ing said petition, at which time and place
in O r »n-\Vashington acreage is
32-4, 6 ply tire.......... 9.00
judgment, and that said lien is prior in
all persons interested in said estate may
reported. Celery production is
time and superior to any claim, right,
R. J. Davis. Mgr.
appear and object to said account and con­
: still on the ihcrease, but demand
ti*le, interest or equity of the defendants, Get our price on your size
test the same, and all persons concerned
and each and every one of them, and that
’ seems t® warrant it
We buy and sell
therein are notified to be present and
Radiators for Ford, $11.06.
Among Oregon's nut crops,
show cause, if any there be. why said ac­ said lien be foreclosed, and the said lands,
TOWN LOTS
including said stock, be ordered told as 29.440 2nd grade tires, $5.
count and report should not be approved
i walnuts in the future are faced
upon execution, and that tha proceeds of
*
Heavy service bicycle 3565
and allowed and said estate settled and
DRY LAND
¡'with a young unbearing acreage
such sale be appl ed upon the payment of
said administrator discharged.
equal to about 50 per cent of
said judgment according to law, and the
C. ?. Skinner,
IMPROVED FARMS
1 resent pi<>ducing acreage. Pros-
Administrator of the Estate of George E practice of thief court, and any residue
hereof, if any, be paid to the clerk of this
OREGON ■ pectiv® production exceeds de­
NYSSA
Skinner. Deceased.
0
ilice
in
Journal
Office,
ourt for the benefit of whomever may be
mand lor unshelled nuts. Oregon
First publication. January 17. 1V30
Ontario, Oregon
entitled .hereto.
Last publication. February 14, 1990.
Nyssa, Or., Fhone 72F5
I lias a v irtual monopoly
tlo-
That ac, . arty to this suit mgj be a
4
Oil in Good Time
ill
And Whai Your
Meat Order Tod ay
LARSES
&
HliRTiK
Prints Silks Rayons
Baronet Satins
Bobolink Hose
Rayon Bed Spr eads
Ihdian Head Suitings
Misses Dresses
Ladies Dresses
Cretons
Curtains
I WILSON BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE
mind
OREGJN MEAT MARKET
Licensed Oregon M ct I Dealers
ION
CAR GREASING
llsiss f e r Oil Co. Motor Oils
Stai
of
New Gulbransen Regiater-
ing Piano ard bench, mahog-
any case, call 92f2 or Jaut-
nal of rice. J. D. Lackey.
$ 7.50
J24-2t
OWYHEE BARBER AND
BEAUTY SHOP
Call 6
Cattle, Hogs
or Sheep
SPECIAL TIRE SALE
to sell
We Want Them
NYSSA PACKING CO.
PHONE 6
DAVIS REAL ESTATE CO
Licensed Giegcn ideal Dealers Ko. 112
I
Parker’S Tire Shop
on
i