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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1909)
Iooe Oregon, Aug, 6, 1909.
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' Uuoni weinday night an m mmt
thaflnl full moon of Mh month.
Odd rellowH-rT Siwrdi nifmt,
Kebekaha-r-FintaJM W1 TiCiJ mala
UKCIL LOWI1W.O. W.,BJ.m, MtatpBrll
- and third SautrdaT a Ten I M tn.
' MORUAN I.ODUK I.U. O. f. No. . WMta
twj ihiretfay all"
( AH-communication!, ta ar as
possible, should reaoh m nob later
than Tuesday nignt. Pleas bear
this in mind and baye qqmmunica
tions in on time.'V'-Editor.
fJie Proclaimer received a letter
Jrom Ralph Bucket, last wee, who
, Used to live at Kiglntmle and who
told out and. left tre country o
short time ago," They liav locat
ed at Collar, Washington, when
he wishes the Prolajme.r to follow
them. . ,
There wiU le wryic.e( in lh
Baptist churqh bptlj morniiiR nntt
evening, Sunday, August 8, by Rev
Cm w lord, of the first Christian
ctlnrch of Heppner. - All are most
cordially invited to come. ,-.
.f Anyone in need of lime, cement,
and shingles call. and see G F Pfir
ker before going elsewhere.
Jlrg Nash of Cecil name up Wed
nesday for a few days visit with
her ion Frank and his wife.
ft W lit droit was in lone Thurs
pay on a business trip. "
Mrs J P.Ilhea left Thursday for
her home in Wnlla Walla after t
ten dnyB visit' with her daughtm
Mrs C C Ithao-
trips to the country Uttsedur?. lb
is driving a fine team of his own.
, Don't cook dinner at home Sun
day. Go to the hotel and enjoy n
Rood dinner, without the trouble
of cooking it. ,i t"1
Mrs Jordan h,ad a dinner part;
Wednesday and entertained Air
Qhler w ho is about to go U Weston
M" AJex Young and who is spend
jjpt. the summer in lone, received
fif& yesterday tiat her husband
jill in the hosprol at Portland,
, With a light attack of grip!"
The Hotel is putting up as fin
InotT oji can bfl found out Bide ol
Portland. IfyoB .want a good
dimifr Lhero and uet it- You
will be pleased.
Grandma Parker who has keen
visiting in the Valley and aleo lk
ing in the fitir at Seattle, returnotl
home thia week.
- Hal . and ' CUarlar - Ely
fini-lied head in a Wedneedar n
Hal and wifewere in Iotie shopp-
Indie Aid Society met wiU
Villard Blake Thursday.
Chicken dinner with all the
"6xin" at tfctf Hotel Sunday. ;
The Prael&lmer bad A letter
Irons T W Atkiireou ho traded
bia raneh at Morgan fur a store in
Pendleton and they have na-w
tnaved the stock to the Hood river
Vslly where tbev art engaged M
The ladies embroidery club trill
meet with Mrs.t B Ward next Fri
dy. : '-. . '
Joe Woods had an accident Wednea
day while chopping woocL A
piece of pitch flew; Into bia eye
and he went to the train to aee if
Dr Chick returned from Seattle, an
e dd not Joe weut la Heppper
and Dr ' Kestner removed the
piece and the eye ia pw all right,,
Mr and lire K B Qordon, who
have been living on Four mile
moved into the old Cam house
in lone. They left Thursday for
a visit with friends in the Valley
and to attepd the fair at Seattle.
Notice-Ben Buschke of lone wish
es to notify partiesontheNorthside
who have stock running at large
that if they don't keep them out
of his grain he will take' them up
and lining (hem to, one to the )tv-
fy ytablo where the owner will
have to pay charges.
T Jakes is Unck in lone and
says he will remain a while, "
There is new bnsineis firm in
own in the drny business. Koy
Conuer and Bill Watson bought
Hit 6 M Calkine and havealready
starting with pill, in the wagon.
People are sure of good treatment
ith this well liked firm. ,
The yearling steer that Itufus
Cochran advertised as lost was
found dead in enfold well in the
pasturd, - . . . ,
Huits cleaned And pressed for 91
ztra pan(e 40c and jadiee skrrts
1 60 at the barber shop. Ralph
Hymer Prop- Also get yqnr shoes
Mrs Knnplhlerg ; and two
laughters wekit to Monument
.tft week and will 1nke tip Mil-
.Vilaon, motlier ol Mrs Knappt-n-
rrg to go with them to themotiu
ains where they will bo Joined by
'layoi Padberg and family,; ,
Chna Calkina is hauling In
liiaiititici of fiiie rye Jin); Jlln v
lays. r.'j ;
Mrs Frenoli Jlnrrotigli Is i.ol
vi'iland ni lr vihcr is oik i
town she wenttoHcppuer Wedm-;
hty to see a Doctor. t.
When olt our wayT 1o Porlli'il
nut Week wenietDx."Natu"Smilh,
n one ttme.rosider)ter of lone but
now livinpiu Seattle. v. ..
Dr Smith aid he had lately be-
uome aware of the fnct Ihut God
had said it was not r ell tor men
n live alone and had taken uitlu
limeelf a better half. The tml)
tame out that be was In en on hi
iridal tour and, Vadid not .wonder
it his happy face when we win
preeented to the haudniu'e VOWTg
U.U wl.o is ruw Mr mfth. 1 Br
Smith was much interested in
lone and saya be, alwaye reads
The Proclaimer whith he hoe tok
en fcjryeara, ;v ,
Miee Muriel Catop is workinp
in the Post office and Creamery
at JxingtoD. We are sorry l
lose this young lady but congratu
late Lexington upon obtaining
her, - ''"'.'
John Kitgclnm .at Laugloin
Oregon, an nncte of Ed ami Frank
Engelman la here ' for m bort
visit -a , . "
' Dr and Mrs Chick went to Port
land laat Thursday and on to Sea
ttle to the lair. Returning the
will tlait to Portfaud.TT; i '.
0 M Calkina has gat ahead of
the boystjn Iono by keeping the
Jaet f his marrisge to Mlsa Kvlyu
Brown on May 3 rd, to hirauir.
Mr Calkins left for MaJras to et
bra wilt b Wednesday and just
before) starting tarda In and told
The Proclaimer of his marriage.
lone Proclaimer and
Portland Journal - $t
Grandma Hale has been ui
ted bv ber daushters MewUm
Caaon, Cochran and. Grsbill this
week In combing wool for a inatt-
When coming up from Portland
fhe other day we met J Mnm
at Biggs and left him at.Ariling-
(on were he vas waiting to catch
the train for Spokane.
the Iohp Skating Riiik
will be open Saturday nihht
Every body ia invited to,
come. ',' ! v
W. H. eacuc
Proprtacer 4 the '
Next door to the Hotel
la Harry ee's eM plact.
3 shots for a nickel, so
come In And try your luck.
4320 Acre S0UII2 AHCfl
Veteran Bounty imi
Issued by the Department of
tUe Interior, Government of
Umnda, wtawa, uum-i ute.1T AAAiir.ii n.-
Good for M0 acrW .f mry ftftf ftcflDtShCC
Dominion lalid- opti.: for . Y , , , A .
over the age of 1H yir. ma-
or VOiIAJ,I cai(, acquire
tliie land witli,t1iis tirti'n ;ti'
without ;fitrtherteha'r;(ruL I or
hnincdiato kflfo,H( K).f). ,"'
Write or wire, L. K. Tilf(tl.
131 Sliutcf Street, Jot'.intu
Regular pric $3
Thu bfTer will not last
Will pay a year's
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and the :
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idngj to 'come in NOW
Garpets arid Window Shades
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La4 Oeatese, Freeees Werk
FOUND Between IoneandOoen
berry, 50 stain Meka Tht owner
can hare same by calling on T W
Morant Oeoaeberry, nd paying
lev tbis oeHiea. .- " ;.' ,
The Frovfainwr for $10 syr
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