The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19??, August 13, 1909, Image 1

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    lone 1$ the Best City In Morrow County
: Vol. X. No; 85,
IONE, OREGON. FRIDAY. AUGUST Ifl. 1909.
..Whole' No. 554.
Morrow Gounty Is the Richest County Per Capita In Oregon.
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" ROCK SPRINGS COAL -
Fir Cord Wood,
; Slab Wood, '
Any quantities desired
Call and get prices. ;
m?A River tocrcog
THE OFFICE
PASTIME.
chaw. oiCRrr,
; Across the street from Post Office.
The place to get a nice cool drink. ,
Give a-call, we will treat you right.
Razora
Honed.
25 cents
RALPH'S
Barbar
(NEXT DOOR TO WOOLERY'S 6FF1CE.)
RALPH HYMCR, Pw,
I am certainly ttien villi the fnncy Hoir cutting ad smooth Shaving.
( CALL ONCE, AND YOU WILL CALL AGAIN,
Share rntrl, fc sfcttft wtrts, U mm.
Summer
y; , ; During the Reason 1909
: ' . -.. y via the -1 -y'y ''
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
- OREGON SHORT LINE AND s
y UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD .
;" ! from y
Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Walla
' and all points on the O. R, N, line .
ToQMAHA and Return $60..
. To KANSAS CITY " 60.
So ST LOUIS 67.50
- To CHICAGO 7 2.30
sad to other principal Htiee ta Uw East, UldJU West and (South.
Correspondingly low fares, , t
Or Sata JaaWlfcdsly t, Amgmti lU
To DENVER and Return $55:
Oafta ftey V, Jaly 1, AaftMt fl
Oohw transit HmitlO dss ro date at sale, fliUl rslant limit October ft.
Thee tickets prtrnt aom wt ai tractive (eateree in Hie war ol stopover
pirit, ad buieol tljortby enabling jwaeengert to make side trips
Rooting m the retaro trio tbroofh California nay be had it a slight advance
ever theretes toted
; Fall parttcal-rs, sleeping reservations and tkkeU will to furaUhad by any
O. B. 4 N. local agent, o ' ' . - " " "
WM. MeMCRRAY, OssFtAl PASnexora-AasjiT, roart!W,-OBsooa.
KOTICE FOB rmt.ICATlOX
i)ifmiwonn imwws
V. 8. 1 Jim) yUkc at The I1im.
tna .r-t.wa
KtHlfwhlMrrVTSlrtn'diaU'Un It XnipTt.
'tih bflr f h hir4 't"-
r Miia, t.i.' " H-mtr--.
tolT,p4,W f.M.1 wh.
W' JIWU ft I'jAr.aw-mwii.lJt. Unt
IWtitar iHt Tlt-Ttr at Taa Bllt. Onsw
M talath Uy ml Ari. VM. .
CtaiauNM umu -l'tt. 1. f. Wa.
HnJ ft ! in Jnw ni t l
na4 Matir Mania a-t a V t
raa.Or a. -,
V t lew, Scalar.
Razors
Honed
25 cents
Shop
Rates
Bast
A IAWN PARTY.
'-5. v
Miss Agnfcs rutiuincton enter
tniiied.laat Satiirduj" at thvir home
on second street. Tlie Aard was
lighted with Chinese lanterns and
the soft glow made the lawn beao.
liful. The evening wirt ptntin
playing game and music and Mrs
Pennington, with her well known
kill, had prepared refreshment
of the claw that make people glad
they are alive. Among 'thote pre
sent were; Mitaea CaBotf, Opal Co
ehrait, Mao Walteiilierp, Eriup
Aker, Kilith Vusp, l etRn lUlvor
mii and Ague I'emiryglou ant!
Mcacra Wntaon, Chiehelin, lUWrl
8 perry, Everett King, 1W and Roy
Puller, Bull, Shaver And lltirrough
AN EXCITING TIME.
Last 8ntiirda j afternoon the deer
in the loHYcxt door to the linn It
caused considerable ol a hubbub
for a tir.e. Little Dolninr Waten
had daily teen tb dotf from the
Is nee but having a liUlespnretimt
awny from mother and father con-
etudrnl lit wonW make a call and
get better acuunintcd with' tin
pretty ereatnre. Mn Wnlker, n'uni
ol Deliiiaf and whom he had beet
visiting, missed him and an geing
out to look for Ms jfrlloreiilifluts,
discovered him lying down and the
deer standing direcllr 'over him.
Bhaeiitlcd (JcratU Iticl, n mull
boy of teii years ok altd sent bin.
in to bring the Utile ft Hew away.
Gerald ill AnproncMng, jiiuked ii
stick As W'mifrMMj'"" w
run at and stnick him mhh it!
head Mill as he fell to tlw ground
it began pawing him savagely, Hh
ncreains.cfllled (he town and Mr
Kd Moore juniwd over 1he fence
and drove the deer cff. Gerald has
some very painful bruises but little
Del mar was unhurt. Ilotb boys
are satisfied to have the fence be
tween tltein and the wild, bntpret
tjr animal.
AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE.
LutSundity afternoon IlevCraw
ford of the Chrlilian church oi
Heppner, litre in lone administer
ed the riteof bntifinmt Mr Frank
Eiigelinan and her little daughter,
fttthy . TI7e pluce select eiT wns on
Villow creek juxt Iwok l the old
.fingntwood home and the sldea of
tHOttrenm wre litml with people
of all clitsies of thought who had
1 assembled to worship wills thoso
of the Chris Isn fahh. In pure
white drrsvee lin y, win were to
accept the faith, went down to the
water midst the tinging of that
old and well kwotn hymn, "Bleat
I the .tie (Ut binds, and all
hearts were touched at the earnest
acceptance of ChrUl'a Injunction
of the iiecra!ity of baptism to enter
into Ih Ingjlic Ijfc f tlw christian.
SOT1CK KORPUBUOATIOK.
(A-rlal N.MW)Xnt Cial Um4-.
. )?nMrlmentotlielDlerlor,
Land Office, The Oalles, Or.
JnTy 7ih.lM
Xw(ir It lieraln- ginfllfttil tmrntr lit Davlti
jlitint. Ofrf.p, ihaoa it. til a. '!. m4r
lluferfltfl. ruiir. ',:- JflPiKWI,
Atit-ifX'XKf. rttmi3lfTwfctf. Smth.
Unta sS, fatt Wlliimofa Hrt'llH, ha
IM ilr f lai"' mm - riaai
A rnn Ffwaf. lavaMUU rlalai m laa lat
idrlM-rtb4M'ra i WJaa,.(;twit
awaCmn(nltari ItpHWt, OrriaM.Oft
italTihdra A"S ;
CUwiMMMti lla?aWi lUwarJUV.
n-4v.'M(ln (. rat k V'I f Ihmf.
ktmr lolM'i'JCH'''"1 ,"
r.'iinp-aV "
A LETTER FROM
REOR6WN,
Mndin, Crook Co. Ori.
to the Editor o( liie lone Proclaim
er sirs, I set- fktt h publif-htd In
your paper to tin- vxU'iit fhnt my
daughter Kvalyu was uisrrivd to
George Culklits in May and that
became to Mutinm to mini hif
wife.- Wow I itpe'nly ay a htacker
lye never win iullithrd tml (arth
er if their is jmi correction matte
for tlw lanw 1 will entrr iiilt'itt
once, my dauphtrr is'tn yottng
evei if I were niilitip nho is only
15 years old. so thcrerort It is n
tcandel a well hs a n oromli on
my family so wate a.rily..
Urv J 1) llrown'
the father of ICvaUn It row n
At wt were fearful, our language
was too feeble to mit tlx Itcvercmt
gentloman, wo haw prinltd hi
letter exactly -na he srnl It and
know he will hi ptenn-d Kditor.
Will pay a year's
Subscription to
The , i
lone 1
Pfodaimer
and the
Pacific -Monthly-
Regulricel3
This dfFer will not last
long, so Tomciir NOW
W. H. Kacue ....
Preprleter ev the
SHOOTING
GALLfeRY.
Next door to the Hotel
! Marry MtO's eW place.)
$ ghoti for a nickel, so
come in and trjr yoi r luck,
Prtze Shooting.
k. W. ROBINSON
AttawtMtl CfMfMM0or it Uw
u MTAJrv rumc
fta AH CMrts. Ltl SwsIsms
OH Presspt end Carefal AttsoiKm.
Losai OestteaU, rreWlo Wsrk aajd 4
oarucla soeeWlf.
Moans
KOTICKroit rOBMCATIO '
lrlal sa.;U3l KotCoaJaO)
Dvtmrtpient of the InseriV. '
P S Uiul Olicf , Tli Dntle. Ore
May.aAthW, '
KMirataarrabT slTfk 4lnUUIihShBwr.
on of iko hvtra and far ilmhain of Baajaaia
r.xanffMNilocnaMri.ol llaannar. Omot
wha.oa DotmUrMtli. 1SDU nada UoaiMtead
antrr, lor Lot. I hN-X!,',M!tIRIt,i.
1i ami SKiKl. Sortlnn 18 Twp 1 t,Ra
34 Cut Wilianiatte X'ori.l'aa hai Sled Ut9nt
lalauiloa ta aiaka FlnaJ ST-far mnot tm
ataMlah rlalm ! th .ntt abov diatrl4.
for I he UaunlT Clerk at all oact lu
Hrpilwr,Urtron.Atitlie I rtajr of Jaly, IMS, '"'
Malwam lumwMwMiitMii: f llttrroaiha'
laM. Vnlhrjr Itar.t' (' Rlina4 Ibl Ball, of,
llaaiwar, Ottfao - '
C W Woera, Kaglatar,
DKPAnTMENTofthelXrifBJpItj
WAHMINCtTON, D.C ,
K lbOO-744-te. A.M.
July , 190$
K0TJCKOFRKPTOIIATIONOV .
iTftucLANitNto hkttle:.
WENT ANp ESTBsT.-KoiU-e
l hereby siren that the Actio
SMteiary of (he lttterinr has vaeated da
Mrli)ieiiifll onlt-r of wilWrawal lb so tmr
aaUie ssoie sfltwti tt withdrawal tor,
lrricntioti pnrpeffi nntlt-r t lie set of June
17, 100S i!tj Ki.l.. sH) for dn in eounec
tinn with iba Vmaiilla Project, Oregon. '
of the foUfta-hif tlurrlhd lands In IIiq
Htite of Orrg-JM, ami by lits satbority
twh of mil Irani imliavenot been here'
tofor flnnlly rnrfl and are not other- ,
wise uliliilrmrti. rttmmt orappropriat-
will tw ealijttii In aeitlemcnt under
thw piddle lui.it inwsof rho United States
on and afiVr OctoWr lit. 1900. but .halt
not be stiljcct torniry,Ai;Qf;or selection
until Nnvt'iiibrr uo0, at the United '
rttates Isml nftlpi' at llie Diillti, Oregon ,
wamliif )H-li)fcxprnwlr givnir lhat no -(MH-awii
l twniittmt ta pain or esor- '
dse any ri.t Miaievaraiideranysjtlle.
nent or fH-rtKyilliitt fU(i after July' 0t !
IttOO, ant) jirti.pf. l-twlwr ID, 1(100, t '
snrh vel I kcnt ,t orriipfltlon brlngtur-'
blddep. ,
Vlaaitte Prlucirm) Marldlari.
T. 1 !C , . i) K, 1,11 gt-ce. t to 18, tl tr
.SH-aiirfsS In feUiu-J. " ' ' "V
T. S y., It. 11 K , nil He. NajJtrJr''ht .
37 and ft to Mitttd. :
T.l, H-'lp Oil ti t P ti3b lij.
Oregon,
T.Si tt., R. 20 E , all.
T. S S., K. SO K ,. s I ti.-t port'on In
Oregoi . . . -
T. 3 N., . 31 E., alL - " '
T. 3 N., K. 21 K, all that portion h '
Oregon.
T. N , R. 33 all oi s-4 to 0,-10 to S
and 2b to lrj,
T.nS. It 22 K . al. 8es 4,S,t aod ,t
sooth of Culeaibia Kiror aod all 8scs. tt,
.IfttoSI sml 2N toaa InH. '
8. V. l'roirilif, At'iHtt OMnfnUalooer of.
tltsOeneral Uml Oili.e. .
Kraiik Pierce, r'irtf Awhrtant Seefttaty,
of the litU':kr,
TRADE COLUMN.
6 acres, about 7 miles from cent-.
er of Portland, i mile from electric
cur Hnritrtttcnr, -itlh wdl fenoedf -and
i lliib lies ring orchard, aln
nil kinds nf horrirs and vegetables,
H room Itotise with toilet, bath, hot
and cold wtitcr, (1n well; tower
tank ami wind mill, 100 high
grade chickens, horse and SMgon,f
many other implenients, price,
17500.00, will lake 100 acres of
good wheat land, In exchange lor
port 1 i
Hare 80 acres of timber land, a,
few lots in het coast (own iff OrK .
gon, aim! i liiiiltod amount of cash
for this we want a small wheat
farm,
tV-foem flll hnilt home n good,
part of forlloml. oOx 100 lot. one
block from rarlii:.' house iioi en-
(tive1t modHvUutcaii beistadVso.
With small expense, price S500o-00,
wiU tske in ixchange, good wheat
; Una ty to dooo, to nooo.oo , .
AnVrtiinwiIiiilp information
revt:n!ii:c nr.v a f tl.r' fthove
pRocLAiMca orrwfc.
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