The Gate city journal. (Nyssa, Or.) 1910-1937, September 17, 1931, Image 6

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    THE GATE CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY SËPT. 17, 1931
HORSE KICKS
ADRIAN YOUTH
ARNOLD SLIPPY SUSTAINS INJUR­
ED RIBS;
SCHOOL PUPILS IN
KINGMAN GET I REE BOOKS.
and daughter Lois were in Payette visit­
ing relatives Saturday.
Wm and Dorothy Holly were dinner
guest; of L « ;le McDonald Sunday.
I Starting with this week Kingman
Kolony school notes will appear weekly
in The Journal right under the Adrian
I items.
Adraln—Arnold Slippy was painfully
hurt Friday when a horse kicked him.
Arnold was rushed to Dr. J. J. Sarazln
who found that several ribs had been
bruised. However, he is recovering and
was able to attend school Monday.
FREE SCHOOL BOOKS
The school district is putting the
free text book law into effect this year,
being one of the few districts in the
county able to do so. Students here have
been furnished new books.
Four new first graders started school
the first of the week. They are Maurice
Judd Jr.. Billy Bachman, Evelyn Points
and Betty Thomas.
E. F. Mausllng cropped an excellent
yield of alfalfa seed. He took 55 sacks
from about 15 acres. The sacks contain
between 160 and 165 pounds of seed.
Mau.,ling is farming on the Lee Noe
ranch.
APPLE H A R V E S T
W IL L BEGIN IN
APPLE V A L L E Y
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Holly and family
made a trip to Caldwell Saturday to
purchase a new drinking fountain for
the Kingman Kolong school district.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roberts were in
Caldwell Saturday.
Mrs. Clark Enos and son Clarence
NYSSA LIBRARY HOURS
Town patrons. 2:30 to 5:30.
Out of town i atrons, 2:30 to 7:30.
ID A H O -O R E G O N
A U T O F R EIG H T
DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE
Boise, Nyssa, Vale, Weiser
and all intermediate points
PHONE 42
City Transfer
T R U C K IN G
and
T R AN SF E R R IN G
Phone 15 and Phone 2 8
C. KUNKENBERG
W ATCH,
JEW ELRY
and
Clock Repairing
By Experienced Watch Maker
All Work Guaranteed
Quick Service
H . R. G L O V E R
Nyasa, Oregon
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.04922
Woodbine, Iowa
A. J. Coe and Arlene Coe,
his wife, 8. R. Decou and
Jessie Decou. hi» wife ...... 01767*4
E. W. McDonald .... - .......- .01255«;
which was given for the benefit of the
Ironside high school.
Mrs. A. Van Buren Is at Fruitland
where she is having tier house remodel­
ed and Improved.
(b) That defendants. Lew W. Kibler
and Maude J. Kibler, his wife, have no
right, title, or interest in or to said
lands and premises, or any part there­
of, except their Interest as heirs of the
estate of Sylvester B Kibler, deceased,
and that said defendant, lew W. Kib­
LOST H E R PROMINENT HIPS— ler, holds the title to said premises as
DOUBLE CHIN—SLUGGISHNESS
trustee for plaintiff and the other de­
fendants, in the proportions above set
Gained Physical Vigor—
forth, and not otherwise.
A Shapely Figure
(c) That defendants, Lew W Kibler
If you’re fat—first remove the cause! and Maude J. Kibler, Lyda K. Root
Take one half teaspoonful of KRUS- and W. B. Root. Gladys Hupp Ralph
CHEN 8ALTS In a glass of hot water and W. O. Ralph, and the Unknown
every morning—In 3 weeks get on the Heirs and Unknown Devisees of Carrie
scales and note how many pounds of I. Kibler, deceased, be required to ap­
pear and set up the nature and extent
fat have vanished.
Notice also that you have gained In of any Interest they may claim to have,
energy—your skin Is clearer—you feel and that It be adjudged and decreed
younger In body—KRUSCHEN will give that they, and each of them, have no
right, title, or interest In or to said
anv fat person a Joyous surprise.
Get an 85c bottle of KRUSCHEN lands and premises, or any part there-,
SALTS from the Nyssa Pharmacy or of except as heirs of the said Sylvester
any leading durgglst anywhere in Am­ B. Kibler, deceased.
erica (lasts 4 weeks). If this first bottle
(d) That it be further adjudged and
doesn't convince you this Is the easiest,
safest and surest way to lose fat—your decreed that the lands described can­
not be partitioned without material in­
money gladly returned.
jury to the rights of the owners there­
of, and that sale said lands and prem­
ises be ordered, and the proceeds of
L e g a l A d v e r tis e m e n ts
said sale divided between the plaintiff
and defendants in such proportions as
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the court may find them entitled after
STATE OF OREGON FOR MAL­ first paying the costs of sale and the
costs and disbursements of the respect­
HEUR COUNTY.
WOODBINE SAVINOS BANK.
of ive parties to this suit, and the sums
advanced by plaintiff for spray mater­
Woodbine, a Banking Corporation,
ials and alfalfa sead.
Plaintiff,
HOW ONE WOMAN LOST
20 POUNOS OF FAT
such sums as the court may find reas­ the ensuing year. The assessment list
onable as counsel fee, be paid out of and record may be Inspected at the of­
fice of the Board, at Nyssa, Oregon, by
the proceeds of such sale.
any person interested
I f ’ That defendant 1. 1 V/ K.bler.
Order of the Board of Directora.
be required to account for money* by
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BFRTSCH BARBER SHOP
Give us a Trial Today
F o r B ig G a m e ?
W e’ll see that the old bus gets you there if you
drive in for a eheck-up.
W e’ll see that the motor hits on all six . . . that the
brakes hold . . . . that the starter starts . . . .
HERMAN TOWNE
SE R V IC E G A R A G E & M A C H IN E SH O P
Service Day and Night
Shop Phone 16
Residence 99
have on hand, Meat Meal, Fish Meal, Bone Meal.
Concentrates of all kinds. Gem Laying Mash.
MAKE YOUR HENS LAY
N Y S S A G R A IN & SE E D CO.
Reset .................... - ........................25c
Cream Facial 50c, Facial Pack $1
Manicure .....................
50c
Shampoo .....
- .......— 50c
Hot Oil Shampoo ...................
$1
Henna Shampoo - ................. - ....$1
Hair Dying 12. plus material
Hair Cut ____________
50c
BRUCE R. KESTER,
Residing at Ontario. Oregon,
GEORGE DONART,
Residing at Weiser. Idaho,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Eastern - Oregon
Electric Co.
j
Ontario-Nyssa
Employment Agency
Appliances and Fixtures
C O N T R A C T W IR IN G
Bonded and State Licensed
We Guarantee Our Work
Ontario Shop Across from Postoffice
Nyssa Telephone 60
H A R R Y SALES
JOHN ANDERSON
OWYHEE CLUB
Fall Days and
Resumed
Home
Life
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, You and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in the
above entitled court and cause, within
four (4) weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons, and
if you fail so to do. plaintiff will apply
to the court for relief prayed for In said
complaint towtt:
Don M. Graham
T H E IN SU R A N C E M A N
Three Farmer« and Three City Folks suffered
loss by Fire during the past three months in our
community. All had insurance purchased from
me, and all are happy.
Is your Property— Hay and Grain insured?
W ould you be happy after a loss?
Insurance is cheap, and like everything can be
bought on the installment plan.
See me before calling the Fire Department
Fire Insurance
Bonds
Notary Public
your living room. Genuine parchment shade,
China bowl with light inside. Priced the same
everywhere $10.
iNordale Furniture co.
F U R N IT U R E — New and Used
Phone 94
Nyssa, Oregon
som e
In sla e ¿in form ation
(a) That It be adjudged and decreed
that the lands and premises described
m :
The West half of the Southeast
quarter, the Northeast quarter of
the Southwest quarter, the Lot
three (3) and the East half of the
East half of the Southwest quarter
of the Southwest quarter, and the
West half of the West half of the
West half of the Southeast quarter
of the Southwest quarter of Section
Seven (7), all in Township Nine­
teen (19) 8outh, Range Forty-seven
(47) East of Willamette Meridian.
In Malheur County, Oregon,
are owned by the plaintiff and the de- |
fendants in the following proportions,
to-wit:
We
FRANK T. MORGAN
Star Hotel—Phone 8F2
Fingar Wave or Marcel............»..75«
This summons is served upon you by
publication in the Gate City Journal,
by virtue of an order by the Honorable
W W. Wood. Circuit Judge, duly made
and entered on the 28th day of August,
1931, directing service of summons upon
the defendants above named, by publi­
cation thereof in said newspaper, for a
period of four (4) weeks.
Apple Valley—The busiest season of
the year, apple harvest time, begins here
the last of this week. It Is reported that
the Northwestern Orchards company
First publication September 3, 1931.
will employ over 100 pickers alone. Or­
Last publication October 1, 1931.
chard managers. Erick Peterson, Stan­
ley Stout and Fred Fisher, general man­
ager. have equipment at orchards and
NOTICE OF MEETING
packing house In readiness for the har­
Owyhee
Irrigation District
vest. The numerous smaller orchard
Malheur County, Oregon
tracts in Apple Valley w'll bring em­
Notice is hereby given that the Board
ployment to a sizeable figure the coming
of Directors of the Owyhee Irrigation
few weeks. It Is reported that local help
District will meet on Tuesday, October
will be given preference.
6th, 1931, at 8 o'clock P. M. at their of-
Howard Rogers and Herbert Oben-
flee at Nyssa, Oregon, for the purpose
dorf returned Tuesday from New
of reviewing and correcting the assess­
Meadows where they were fire fighting.
ment and apportionment of taxes for
E. O. Johnson was here Monday look­
ing after his immense orchard proper­
vs.
ties, the Northwestern Orchards com­
(e) That the court appoint referee
pany. He had just returned from an LEW W KIBLER and MAUDE J. KIB- for the purpose of making such sale in
LER,
his
wife,
H.
N.
FRAZIER
and
outing at his cabin near Starkey. J.
accordance with the laws of Oregon,
JANE DOE FRAZIER, his wife, W. and to report his proceedings to the
W. Porterfield of Sioux City. Iowa, guest
H. JOHNSON and JANE DOE court, and that the expenses Including
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, returned with
JOHNSON, his wife, CARRIE ILES,
them.
a widow, C. M. McMILLEN and LIL­
Mrs. Chas. Willis enjoyed a recent
LIE McMILLEN, his wife, H. L.
Portland trip, returning home last Sun­
HAIGHT and BEULAH HAIGHT,
day.
LET THE
his wife. A. J. COE and ARLENE
MINERS, MUCKERS. LABOR­
The 2-months old son Jannis of Mr.
COE.
his
wife,
S.
R.
DECOU
and
and Mrs. C. A. Bowler d led Tuesday
ERS AVAILABLE
N Y S S A BAR BER SH O P
JESSIE DECOU, his wife, S. R. DE­
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
COU AND COMPANY, a copartner­
W. Osterkamp. The child had been ill
Keep you looking trim.
ship, doing business at Woodbine,
All kinds of farm help, labor
since birth. Surviving are his parents
Iowa, consisting of A. J. Coe and S.
for any requirement, men or
and a sister Patricia. The Bowler family
MAKE
OUR
SHOP
HEADQUARTERS
R. Decou, H. M. BOSTWICK, and
women.
has been staying at the Osterkamp
WHEN
IN
NYSSA
JANE DOE BOSTWICK, his wife,
home since they came here from St.
NEWELL HOUGHTON, and MAR­
CHRISTY MINTON, Prop.
Louis several weeks ago.
THA HOUGHTON, his wife, E. W.
Grant Wllkerson of Notus, son of Mr.
—Call at the—
MCDONALD and JANE DOE MC­
and Mrs. A. Wilkerson, is critically ill
DONALD,
his
wife,
THE
UNKNOWN
with the expectation that he will under­
HEIRS AND THE UNKNOWN DE­
go a serious operation tomorrow morn­
VISEES OF CARRIE I. KIBLER, de­
ing at St. Luke’s hospital In Boise.
ceased, LYDIA K. ROOT and W. B.
Friends here are much concerned.
O . K . BAR BER SH O P
ROOT, her husband, GLADYS HUPP
FREE EMPLOYMENT
RALPH, and W. O. RALPH, her hus­
..AGENCY
SHOWER BATHS
band. and FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O R G A N IZ E S U N D A Y
OF WOODBINE, IOWA, a banking
Your Laundry Ag.r.ry
Nyssa, Oregon
SC H O O L A T IRONSIDE
corporation, and also all other per­
sons and parties unknown, claiming
Wm. Beaton, Prop.
J. Langton, Prop.
any right, title, estate, lien of interest
Phone 112
Ironside—Sunday school was organ­
in the real property described in the
ized here Sunday with 50 attending.
complaint herein,
Mervin Duncan was elected superin­
Defendants.
tendent; Miss Opal Ivers, assistant.
To Lew W. Kibler and Maud J. Kib-
The Presley outfit threshed at the G. ler, his wife, H. N. Frazier and Jane
Dickson ranch Saurday.
Doe Frazier, his wife, W. H. Johnson
Herman. Sylvester and Elmer Rose and Jane Doe Johnson, his wife, Carrie
returned Thursday from Baker and lies, a widow, C. M. McMlllen and Lillie
Pine Valley.
McMiUen, his wife, H. L. Haight and
The ladies’ club met with Mrs. Sylves­ Beulah Haight, his wife, A. J. Coe and |
ter Rose Wednesday.
Arlene Coe, his wife, S. R. Decou and j
The H C. Elms. E. Locey and E. J. Jessie Decou. his wife, 8. R. Decou &
Beam families attended the pioneer Co., a corporation, doing business at
meeting In Vale Friday.
Woodbine, Iowa, consisting of A. J. Coe
H. Van Cleave family spent Sunday and S. R. Decou, H. M. Bostwick and
with relatives at Hereford.
Jane Doe Bostwick, his wife, Newell
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lofton, Mr. and Houghton and Martha Houghton, his
Mrs. P. Presley and Vernon Lawrence wife, E. W. McDonald and Jane Doe j
returned Friday from a trip to Oliver, McDonald, his wife, The Unknown J
British Columbia.
Heirs and Devisees of Carrie I. Kibler, I
Families from here have made fre­ deceased, Lydia K. Root and W. B. I
quent trips to Brogan for the winter Root, her husband, Gladys Hupp Ralph
bring renewed interest in the hone.
supply of peaches.
and W. O. Ralph, her husband, and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laurance and Mr. First National Bank of Woodbine, a
With Autumn here again, perhaps a new rug,
and Mrs. Elmer Molthan made a trip to banking corporation, and also all other
chair,
a davenport or table will receive your
Wetser Saturday to visit their sons in persons and parties unknown, claiming
early
consideration.
Prices are low and our re­
school there.
any right, title, estate, lien or Interest
A large crowd from Ironside attended In the real property described in the
splendent stock invites your admiration.
the dance at Malheur Saturday night complaint herein, the above named de­
A new and beautiful table lamp will beautify
fendants:
Going HUNTING -
Dated this 1st day of September. 1931.
(g) That plaintiff have Judgment for Secretary ol the Owyhee Irrigation
District.
Its c osts and disbursements herein ex­
pended. and,
_ First Publication September 3, 1931.
<h) For such other and further re­ I Last Publication October 1, 1931.
lief as to the court may seem meet and
equitable in the premises.
j
Present Location
Ey
him received as trustee, or otherwise,
as rents. Issues, and profits of said
lands and premises.
Marie’« Beauty Shop
The Plaintiff ........ ..............
Lew W Kibler and Maude
J. Kibler. his wife, and the
Unknown Heirs and the
Unknown Devisees of Car­
rie I. Kibler. deceased.
Lyda K Root and W. B.
Root, her husband. Gladys
Hupp Ralph and W. O.
Ralph, her husband .........
H. W. Frasier and Jane
Doe Frasier, his wife, W H.
Jomnaon and Jane Doe
Johnson, his wife ............
Carrie lies ..................
C. M. McMlllen
....... .....
H. L. Haight .....................
H. M B ostw ick.................
Newell Houghton ........... .
The First National Bank of
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FALL SUITS
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