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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1909)
lent, Oregon, Aug. $7, 1909.
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"All communications, as. far M
, possible, should reach da not later
. than Tuesday nignt. Please bear
. this in mind and have eommunjca
tions in on time." Editor. -
"M1m Pearl Casbh will be ready'
. to reopen her music eloee the first
- ol September.- , t .
Tie last Lawn party of the lea
ton will be held at the home of Mr
, and Mn P O Balsiger, Tuesday
evening, August 31. It is free Ho
, all and everybody 1 invited and
desired to come and have a good
' . time. (. " j "
. The new superintendent of the
v lone School, Mr Coffman p( Wis-
consiu, arrived with hi wife and
four children in lone Tuesday and
.are with Mrs Loren, Hale until
they fix their house forliAnsekeeji
; ing, thev having rented the E
Swenson house on Second street.
, KeticeBen Buschke of lone wish
es to notify purtiesontheNortbside
who have stock running at larye
that if they don't keep llieui out
' Of" his grain he will take them up
lining livni to Ionv t thelitj
' 1 e-'y stublo wliere the owner wijlj
. J A Waters nnd V S Smith left
Wednesday for SjHikanc an a buni-'-nesa"trip.
J E Shaver received a postal
card from Clui Dickey ami Jie i
1 ' 'workiisg on a threshing machine)
in Idaho, i
Mrand Mrs A Young haveboen
entertaining their daughter-in-law-'
' Mr Walton Young nnd herdaugirt
er of XewhaM, -California.
Mr Herman nia'de a businese
trip to Portland Wednesday.
It would he a good idea If the
'leak in the water pipe in front of
- the post office was fixed as there is
''a hole theroWvlmoit inrgw-enough-
to bury a horde.
OUR OWN---: .
S O Ci E T Yt
of the Third Eastern Oregon District AgHcultural Society at
PENDLETON, OREGON. "
Exhibits of thfc produces of Morrow and Umatilla Cdufnties
$4000. OFFERED iri PREMIUMS. $r500. MILITARYBAND
' ! CONCERTS Afternooand Evenin3 '
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All Kinds ot fuii an5 anrtusdments offered to all tne people for
v .-OET. tCQUAINTEf WEEK , -
jGeta Prwhxn utst. Hrepare Your wfcjA mm,mk mu1u.
C E. ROOSEVELT. Prm. . -.a-.f YHtfe,l
Geo Warner win in Tuesday and
advertised hi final homestead
Mn Frank Akers Jias turned
from br trip to the mountain.
Paul Rietmen is hiuilinu hi - hi
wheat. AYosaid they djdii't iiave
anything on the north tide. .
WBIilC SALE-?' -
there will b a public taie of litWnck
at (R 0. P. Bovnuu much on "B'tttar
OreeVfths,Atdei;iJt,at !tt liur
of 10. A. H. .flooded Jetaey. and -MnU
stem 'cow vsm.Wlvw, and alio wui
CoMliOThM win Retold on eight rtmirtlm
time at eight per'fejtrt inlerost With- p
Mrs C T Walker went ai far as
tlie Juuctioa with her two uisr-n
who have been visiting her for
some time,' they goitit; on 4 . t heir
home in Hays, Kanaas While, Mrs
Walker went to Grants Pas i where
site will prove up mfi-v ttiie -Mid
timber claim she hus there. .
Rube Sperry Vatd If mb didit'd
put his naVne fn the paper tliis
week toavhe wo'rft'staii it.
Ijarry Akeri who has been work
ing .in the h?vet Jiere niul at
Condon left WsdnfUy for Port
land where be expects tij remain
Money to loan -m SIwiuw
County Farm land. tAt vt cuj
From three to ten yfVrs.- t
Post Office lone. Oregon,
' -m : '.'..
Yiqla Akers who hns spent her
is home again. ' i. ,.t..
Sin, Lute Jordan ant Mrs Wall
er Puyea have, rtiiintfiNriin
their trip to, tlre tnoVnttainiiii'd
the men about Un arc w (eiised
for Ln an'4 Walter. ' Tliey riyy
the way those two poor intu have
HUrvcd themselves and grieved is
enough to turn the hearts of atone,
although they kept Hix'n lunch
counter well cleaned.
Ed Hammer and family return
ed Monday from a. camping trip to
Butter creek coal mines. They re-
port a epieiulitl time uot-with.staiid
Ing thqy lost their horses mul had
a hnntof three dH f)efore recov
ering" tlietn. V 1
T. J. Mahoney wns in town
Thursday attending to i-upincFf.
Ilort Mapon returned front n trip
to Portland ttiul Seattle, on, hut
K;trl PuyenJ left today for Gran
Sfrs Let a Kin;?, of lleppir,
daughter-in-hiw of A TKinp, is in
lone visiting. -
Messrs Johnson-and Snitlh of
Dry fork brought iirtwo big wagon
loads of bogs Wednesday. Ulihis
Cochran bought them and will
soon make a sTiipment of hogs and
sheep to Portland. , t .
Chicken' 'dinner with all the
"fi-xin" at the lintel Sunday.
p. SVin Flrult, Glh.
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Walter Puyeer fell d SKained
bis okle very bad and is new on
Mrs Jordan has. for guests Mrs
Josephine Chrrm and Mi Len-
Lnie Cnrrin. " ; i '
Tbe embroidery eUb meets with
ilre j. A. Wattrs to-day.
Mr Williirmson Is moyjug InV
vevjily to town from the rahch.
As thlertnwn house basj btn va
cant for some tfnw thay nV huV-
ing a time eleatlitrg oHK weeds.
Anyone In ntfed of irme.'cefrient,
and shingles call nod see Q F fsr-
ker before goiiig-elsewrnAut -
Bill Windsor ant) .-, Wnlief,
went to,Idaio for ft trip, ldayi
They have done well here this falj
in harvest and will return In a-
month or Mvo for the winteh
A 8 Wilcox went to Portland to
d'ay'haviHg.put his combine uitde'r
cover for this year, ",'-
XSeq (J Carter preeetin the L
Smith Premier Typerfiiter waft In
V '.IJi t "' A
R. WJ HhVkhk war down iropt
Heppnjr .Thursday atid'wtni into-
the count rjv .
fjufue Cophran hss had the mis-,
fort Mie to sose his aV(Mte riding
horse. It had been used Sunday
to' bring some cattle into ten and
became overheated' and disd" from
tlie effects. Mr Cochran i feeling
as had over toeing an old favorite
and to know it died from want of
aare after its faithful tife'tfs from
the money iavolvil. i- .
The Portland Commercial Cluh
is lulrertisiug extensively through
all the periodicals that po over the
-rart-and they are not only adver
tising Purtlaud but art) sijring all
kinds of good things for all Oregon.
WALL ON TBE
Cmidiictor V11 j"-? gone
the branch lino nnd f (tow delight
ing the traveleisnn tiro ninth road
from Portland tt Pendleton, with
his genial and taking in Aimer. trp
hero vt sin fir' -u mifs hint "tu
nver v inaii, jojii:i u n lid ehi U I
knows him and ns he, is the same
to all people and that Fa'uieiiess of
tho plc.-iHMtitcft nny.K u shall nil
regret lilt- goinp. i .
JUVTESiKC TBE fkk
8 T Warner, or J'uidMnn, hrt
lcen thru t'lio'coimtry advortifinK
the fair at l'endletotj. He wan
traveling bv wrtgou and when-tl
reached lono h:td lieen out two
weeks. He has been to Pilot Rock
Hcppner, Ixington and way
points and went from here to Irri
gon by wny nf the Wil)ow creek.
Mr Warner says the fair will hi
better than ee end That the pen-
Ule who mi's it will regret it.
v -A Complete SukI ot
Garpets and Window Shades ,
New 1909 Wall Paper. All Kinds of Furniture
Repaired mi KcllnlsJiei Iron Bees Rc.f namdep.
Anyt hing not carried in stock will be ordered at a Reduction
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MORROW COUNTY, WHERE WHEAT IS KINO.
f OR SALE
(HW H WOMAN)
A 520 Acre soum Africu
Veierai Msaif laal
Iegued the Departmotit of
the inferior, Governmpntrdf
Ca8ifa( Ottawa, under tlie
Volu'ntee .-Bounty Act. 1908.
GootJ Trir 320 ncree of any
Domfhioii i land open for
en.try 'in Alberta, Saskatche
wan bjr,Hamtoba. Anypetson
mer the ape of 18 yearn, mam
or iVoMAJI cnt , "acfjuire
this land with tltifl. jdetlfflate
wltlsrjirt furtlter charge For
& Oregonian $2.
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