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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1909)
Ur E. WARD, Editor and Proprietor.
published every Friday at lone,
Marrow County, Oregon.
By the I'rocl aimer Publishing Co.
tJIICKIPTIONI 1.SO Wtn .YEAR
Entered at the lone postoffice as
second class matter.
'.mvm Heppner 7:45 a. m,
Ivh Ions B :50 a. m.
Arrival at Junction - - 10:28 a. m,
leaves Junction l;l3p. m.
l,HV-i June -8 p. m.
Armlsat llsppner 4:lo p. in.
tVwt-noiin1leeveJiiitciionlO:5 a. m.
Knit-booiiJ leva Junction 1:16 p. m.
C. J. Panningtou, AkvuL
QffiCCTi of Morrow Cotmty, Orecon
Otn-nlt Jii.1i. If. J.B
J'lltit l:i,.r.writMllft T. 1. Mnhnnej-
ILMHit Ju-la IMVltenou
. . iW. T. I'Kmnbell
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Crauur rijr V. It. it. Hul
Hrli'ml diiriiWrtH( K. N'n
GitniMi C.tfuiwr.. , J. I-
Ouiim roun mm ths flrM StnniUy In
JmiiiHrr hikI wu-kt ulienmto miinlli ; rirruil
phuri men Hi third Mii'ly iu Mj ud
third llondu U SuvitiubM.
Subscribe !or the PitocUiMKB.
And now crimes. ITie prophecy
licit a new religion will he cm brae
h I by the peojde, taking for lis
only creoil, I,ovo of (iod and Fel
lowman. II thi- creed wits lived
to, (Imi prnce (but would follow
votild lw like unto that of heaven.
While- there is imuh wheat in
evidouce llicitr tlnys nbout lone, 'it
i.4 not ii tiind of one product only
and among other thingft to he seen
are the sixty young tixkoyj Ihnt
Mrs French 11 it r roughs has raised
for the fall u:arket.
The railway war that is tuking
place, for right of way into central
Oregon, is only the beginning of
this Awakening at to the thing to
desired in that direction. With
the entrance of the railway will
onr.e n settlowient ol as fine n land
tin God has pieced on earth. And
lc wid us the fanning hinds will come
into view a rich mineral that will
give treasures to the people of the
vniuahle nature ,
The young, unspoiled human
animal has n liking far sugar just
as it has tor sunlight, for fresh air,
inr nlav. for paddling in the-eorl
and plunging in the stream, or
for food when itiir hungry and
sleep when It is tired, and, subject,
of course, to reasonable limitations,
as wholesome na any of the others.
This is precisely what our special
iota in children disease and
-)im reminded family physicians
hre been ttrfiinj for decade past,
and It would bt snft la say that
next to the banishment of siarehy
foods; gruels and papa from the
nursery, and the substitution of
purr, sweet milk, few thing, hare
dne ntrtre to increase the tigor
and happiness ol modern children
and cut down our disgraceful
Infant mortality, than th free and
intelligent use in the, nuraery of
aweet fruit, preserve, gar,tafi4
end butter scotch 8 ncees (Iaga
Almost refresh inf shower fell
Monday irv this Tletnliy.
Mr and Mr Chai lie Bee el pen
dleton were visiting (he former
daughter' Mrs Roger 8 few day
IhefMit week. "
h K .Mc Jtee made a trip to Echo
Friday returning Monday accomp
anied by little Hazel Mc Bee who
will visit lior father fo; a month
before school begin.
Huita cleaned and pressed for 91
extra pants -10c and ladies skirt
91,50at the barlior shop. Ralph
Hymnr i'rup. Also got your shoes
Peter liaiiernlif ml returned from
a ihonthVmitiiig at Mc Duffy Hot
Springs Monday. '
Jack Ifyiids hum a.busincs, vis
itor in Hc'!M,'r '""t tveck.
Zeimett l.oniiti accompanied, by
Mistf Jo.-. it; Alinli linn run-a-way
Sunday which fortunately did not
prove scriou.. The liorsi' became
frfi'!itiifl i.r l bciin kicking and
rumiinii upsciiiuj tin- buggy and
breaking loo.e at l bo f nine time.
Little K-liter Loau uns nlso in
the I'lifjy. All t-ffcspid injury ex
cept 'Zeiictt who li;ul an ugly gash
cut u hi fiii t lieiul, requiring three
sutrhe. Tiie hiiiTKV vnw somewhat
M'(re ii ml Hoivl lgiiorn ol
Arliiit.tu uur! in (.'ceil Monday
TiifiMlay iiniutiiiybe Kerr G iff ord
wareliuiiht; a bright vfrmilHon with
nVaiiine en jim. and spray pump.
'' rtrrTf-slingTs the oidcr of the
dav here, l)oib liciulin and hay
ing tw in?, under gond headway,
and tie; yield nn'itu ln.yond expec
NotU:i!--Bi'ichke of Iono'wisb
est iioi ify purticHon .tlifNorthsidt
who h.'ivo -tock riiiiuiiift nt inrjjc
that if ilify don't keep them out
of his -ni in be will take llicm up
ami iitiing them to Ion to the liv
ely stahle wiire (be owner will
have t" pjiy charges.
Notice U hereby given that the
'County Superintendent of Morrow
County will 'hold' the regular ex
animation of applicants for state
mid county paper at the CduH
Hoie ;rt -Jfepmior, us follows:
r'OR' STATE PAPERS.
(.'ommencing Vtnesday, Aug
11, ut do'clock a.Mn. and eoutinuing
until Saturday, Aug. 14, iH rf
i')e h in. .
Hintory. Spelling, Physical Geog
raphy. Heading. INy etiology.
THUnHI.Y Written Arithme
ti. Tm.)i y of Teaching, Grammar
Bookkeeping, Physics, Civil Gov
ernment, FRIDAY Physiology, Geog
raphy, Composition, Algebry,
'Knglish Literature, School I,aw
S ATlT KD A Y liotuny, Plane
Geometry, Genera! History. '
fOR COUNTY PAPfcRS.
Commencing Wednesday, Aug.
11, at 9 o, elock a. m., end contin
uing until Frh'ay, Aug. Ill, at 4
p. m. . .
History, Orthography, Iteading,
FRIDAY- -Geegraphr, Rrhool
LaW.Citil Covernment, English
t,.- Respect fully, . .. .
. ' 8. R. Kotson, - j
NOTICR OF'BAT.R or REAL
Notice 1 hereby siren that the
undersigned administratrix of th
estate of J. A. Woolerr, deceaeed
will from and after Monday the
90tfc day of August, 1909, at the
hour ol 10 o,clock In the forenoon
of said day at the office of Q. X.
Woedeon isi the City of Ueppner.
Merrew Connjly, Orefoa offer at
private sale to the highest biddsj
upon the turws hereinafter stae'd,
end subject to confirmation by th
County Court of Morrow County,
State of Oregon the following
discribed real property belonging
to the Ketate of J A. Woolery
deceased, to wit:
BWtf at section 1 ; SWt of section 3;
W, ol8EVo( sections; N)of NE
of section 10; KH of Kft'Xi UK of N W
i and NK W of BW ' of SMtioall; all
of section 18; fs ami fitt'H of section
S3 ; N WJi of seetion 2S ; 8U'H of section
2ft; of section 91; EX of section !K;
W and NEH of section S; and U
EH of secliou 84 ; and all of section 36,
all ia Township 1 North, Range H Kst
All of seetion 6; si) of section 8; BW )'
of rectlrn 14; of NE.' and Kj4 of 8
of section 10 ; N A H ol secftlou 23 ; N
W4' at Mction SH ; LotsSand 4 and KK
of HVIH of eecllon SU, nil lit township x
North, Kange H Ksit, W. SJ. , ,
W 4 of section l ; HW of section St ;
and N WW ami BW of KKX of See-
tfon 30, all In Towmliip t North, Range
35 East Willamette Meridlsn.
Allot sect toe 1. lownihip g North,
Run? 23 Eait Wills me tte Uerldine.
ME) of section 2U Township 1 North,
Rang3& Kaat'WiUaBiette llerMlaa,
HWX, VTX ol KWjf and V) of BEX
olrection 1; BEX of section 4; 6W of
seclion0;alloferctionl3; WjJ of EK
and NWX Of seetion 13; BEX of 8EX
and SWX of Bectitii U; Wyi and. Wj
of NEX and NEX of NEX tfaeclion 23;
WX of EX otasction ;BEXofeectloH
2S-; WX of SWX of section 38, all in
IVmuship 1 North, Range 26 East W.U
8WX and SX of NEX of section 28 ;
N'SolNE etsecliou33; NX and N-X
ofSX of section 84;EX o'NWX.S X
of NWX snd NWX of SWX of section
35, and BWX of section 30, all in Town
ihtp3North, JUii- E. W, M.
I. ts 1, 2, 3 and 4 of aectlon Br SEX
and EX of WX of section 0, all in Totru
ship 1 N, Range 27 E. W.U.
All of section 38 in Towmliip 2 North;
Ring 27 East Willmiiotto Meridian.
BWX and WX of KX of section 2; K
H of section , WX ot seetion 8; NX of
sectioii 1U; NEX ol NEX of section Hi
WX of NWX and KX of NWX of
lieu 12; SX of SWX of section 24; WX.
WX of KX and BKW of SEX of section
23 and BWX of section 3U, all In Town
ihip 1 Sou tb Range SKnst W. H.
Lots 1. 2, S and 4 BEX of NWX and
BW'X of NEX f section 2; Lots 2, 3 and
4 and 8X of NWX of section 4; excepts
tract described aoiollova; Beginning 11
chaina Esatof BK Coriter of X '
ectien 4, running tlisnce W 11 cliaias,
thence N 30 chains, Uienee E X chains
tlianee HE 21 cbaini to place of beginn
ing, containing lft acres; Also WX of
SWX ofNWX ofsectionB;8X of section
;8X olscetloa;)irX orswtfcmtn,
and NX offeclios 81, all ia.rjwnship 1
B R 24 Eaet Willamette aleridfan.
BEX Of eetioa 10; NEX of section 18;
EH of HEX, BWX of BEX and BEX of
SWX of section 30; NEX snd E X of N
WX of sectien 3D, all in Township 3 6
Range 23 East Witfnmette Meridian. ,
WX of KEV and WX SEX of sec
tkn 12;inTovMliip88 Range 28 Eaat
Willamette JlerWian. .
BEX ef sectios IS; NX of tec I ion 18;
snd SEft of aeelloa S8, all la Tomahip
3 Hi : Knnge 2 KH willame to Meridian.
4 ia Toweship 3 S Ranee 24 E. W. H.
EH of NEX tf section 84 In Townsnlp
4 B. Range 28 Knit willanwtte Hrftlian
A1m Lou 7 and 8 ef Block 8 of the
Orlgii sl Town ef lone, Oregon; Lots 7
and 8 of Park Blouk, Will's Addition to
lone, Orseoh ; Lot 8 of Pa k Block. lone,
Oregon ; East 8 tret of Lot 8 and West 1 1
feet of L .1 7 of Block 15, of Will's addi
lioe to lone, Oregon r Lota 8, ft, T and 8
of Block lo of Wiil'a Addition to lone,
Oregon, AH being m Morrow County,
Said real property will be . sold
either Intact and as a whole or In
tract parcels or anb-diTisious to
suit purchaMrs) and th term of
such sal will be ettner cash In
hand, or not le than Fifty thoas-
tnd Doihirs C.ish and, hal&nce on
. tme sttcwred- hy first janortgnge
n the real property eold.
( Thi sal h made under and In
i:traonc of a license and order
t sale, granted made and entered
i record by th County Coart of
.or row County, Oregon on the
.: h day ot July, 1906 in th matter
the Kstate of 1. A. Woolery.
ueeied authorising this admtnhv
:Vatrix to sell said real property.
Doted July SOth, 1909.
; Helen V. Kuappenbeg, ,
Administratrix of the Kstate oj
J. A. W oolery Je usees d. ;
' . " : -
Mrs M.V. GANGER
. Clarence M. White
Heppner - ' Oregon
P. fi, Balsiger
, DEALER IN CHAMPION '
Mowers & Headers
use Mm v- :
UK Sled riwWS
Ccttm weHwerkH -
lone , Oregon
Wheat Land and Town
Property, I also handle
Thoroughbred Poultry .
P. H. Christenson, Propri
etor Swede Canyon Poul
try Ranch, Lexington, Or.
DR.'C. C. CHICK
Physfclaa and fiergcoe -
jrioitT CALLS pr6ptly at
tended ' OfflealnthelottePharnacr.
Iooe, Oreton, ,
The Proclaimer ox 91.50 a year.'
THE L P. D.
- Where Every one goes to
have a' good time.
A nice Iresh line of all the i
31: leading Jbrands of tobaccos both
o smoking arid chewing; also a
5 fine, line of LUNCH goods i
just arrived. Any tiling from
Sardines to Limlberger cheese.
FWANK CNaC,MAN, MO.
C. H. WARD.
Ward & Ward
lon, , . Oregon.
The Portland Journal
$ . CemmacUI Trade Especially So&dtkd &
Rates $K00 and
$100, the Jby -
Spedal Rates for "Room an Board by Week.
L W; LtindelL
TEACHER OP -Voice
Sight Reading -OAg,
R W. Hickok .
! drain Buying a Specialty.
; - Lands Bought and Sold
-liffe" Insurance , "
' . - Collections made. '
Will buy in any amount
Fat "Chickens, Turkeys, Dncks
Veals and Hides. - .
"M'ftMiicrs m Waalcd."
" ."at the 1
W. R. COCHRAN. pwo.
L Will all person who are enddbt-
ed to the J OKincaid estate please
call at that store building and
fettle with out delay a we are
anxious to wind up th whole
matter a soon as possible,
L. C. WARD.