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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1909)
THE 10NE PRQCLAIMER
Morrow County l& the Richest County Per Capita In Oregon
lone U the Best City In Morrow County
. ' ' Whole No. 557. , ;
Vol. X. No8. .
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ,l&0i.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Fir Cord Wood, ,
Slab Wood, 1
v Any quantities desired
' Call arid get prices.
m River Lumber Company
"J-I M' S"
. (NEXT DOOR TO WOOLERY'S OFFICE.)
JIM BARN ITT. Pmk
I am certainly there with the fancy Hair cutting and smooth Shaving.
CALL ONCE, AND YOU WILL CALL AGAIN;
Laundry Basket and Bath-Tub IB connccttou.
Now7or a new fall SllII or OVCP-COaf
We have received our large new
Fall Sample Line which1 is
ThcBcsi Ever SftowlM.
We hereby guarantee to every person purchasingclothe
made by ua and bearing our official. label: ' - -
That every order accepted by us ia cut and tailored ir
strict accordance to customers individual measurments,
That every yard of fabric useiT in the making of oui
clothe is of superior value and is thoroughly steam shrunk
and sponged. . ,
That trimmings and linings are of the highest grade and
That the tailoring is the best that modern equipment
8nd skilled labor can produce
That our prices are the very
"superior quality of our product. I ,
Buould any Continental garment prove unnatisfactory,
and not as above represented, it may be returned and the
money will be cheerfully refunded.
tor fat ctastf setters
ftyttt ft srM
. Bill Heade ,
an os i ma. woo.
lowest cousiiU'iit with th
Always on tiriie
For alt kind of Hanling
Strict attention given to
Lumber, Goal attd Wood.
Watson & Conser
No. 1 l'i in. Yellow Pine
4 tot liody Oak.
. lm. K. Fuller,
' ' Jlood Itirer, Ore.
A FINE IVm PAMY,
The laat T.awii Party of the sea-
Bon-fttthe beautiful home of Mr
and Mri P 6 Baleiger, wnim un
qualified success last Tuesday even
iug. There wan as large a crowd
present as the ampto house and
grounds would care for and it is
needless to any that all h ud a fine
time. The children especially were
happy andthemerry laughterrang
out on the evening air and caused
happiness to reign supreme. Ice
cream and cake, and of tbt best
quality, was served and til went
to their homes regretting there
would be no more nuch gatherings
this year. ., -
Mr Misner' team was tied to
telephone pole Saturday and tlir
utter noon train frightened tliem.
They broke loos and started to
rijn but were caught by theprompl
nessof Mr Mo Elligott and Chaa
Mc Nabb, .
As these gentlemen found n
damage hut a broken neck yoke,
they retied them where they had
stopped them at tbe corner of the
Woolery Hardware s'ore. In a few
minutes along came l'osttasKii i
Perkins and not looking forateani
there be got rattled and tipped
over the -mail sacks. It was not no
eany 10 cool lllm off as H had Wei
the team in tile previous upset, but
after a time the mail arrived at
the olBcDAud was distributed to
the satisfaction of W people, "
There lias been a latge number
'if people here who have never al
lowed .tor weeds to grow up about
them and among these people we
find. Uncle Tom Carle, Mra Rice,
Dr Chick, Mrs Dobyns, 1 H G ra
mi I, Mr llortzer, Mr Pennington,
A T King, llert Woods Mayor Fad
lrg, 1) V Ely, Chos Sparry,
H Cochran and others who w no
doubt cannot remember. Sinoe
last week we flnrithefollowingwlo
have been cleaning up their places
3 IStrntton, Mra Oscar Cochran
and the lMys, Mrs Josephine Cur
rin, Mrs J A n'alers, Tom GrabtM
tbe Blake bbys( John Illtchie, Mrs
Parker, Frank Akera on Second st,
vidson girlitJlev Brsdstreet
Mr Hughes, 4 It Land, Mrs Jordan
and around both the churches.
IOISE BOY ENTERS
lone lias reason to .be proud of
many of her young people and not
least among them should Iw el eas
ed Glenn Burroughs wbo claims
this place bit birth place and
who.after a life of going to school,
haa gone out U leacb. Mr Bur-
ronghr after ftwialiing at Heppner
High School, before lone bad the
hiaher grades, went to Whitman
college where last year he graduat
ed with the highest of honors.
Thursday of this week be vent to
Rosalia, Washington, where be
will become a memlier of the High
School Fuetilty of that plaee.teach
ing Mathematics, History, Latin
and Botany and wilr also so peri n
tend tho Bisket Ball- oot Ball
A number of our people have
been in the mountains (luring Aug
usl and the pant tow doys they
have been retumin;: to tell of the
fln lime they have' had and tbe
many berries they have canned
Mr Hryfon and Mayor I'adbergre-
mnetl with their families Wednes
tuv in id no cud give proof of the
excellency ol tho lorries they pick
i, t"f "'t be proof of tliw puddin' is
ii tin' entii' '. 'John Cotiiran re
turned at the bnnie time and bad
thirty six fivns ne well as some
Ml, RITCHIE HAPPV.
i!i!f!;iy i' lit the wile
. , -..! Kitcl.if . presenttd him
" i ;i little nn ns man
no , . tva'it. Ai-d in cnnrquincu
nt l his wife rtrethehappi-
i -f i" oj'!' in tcwir. '1 liia young-
-I ; fif youtifr-t cliiKI of the
yo , i cinii ci l!niinlii;:i tlitcbit
mi "-M-uim i tly ijJlS?.J'M!nB"'J
giM 'iidiM A,s (irsnttinn ban I wen
Iv-tiw 't;rx'iiilt''btrirtn. till boi l) and
H vie;, mi lime, m well ns two (-rent
in . rbiltircit, tln-ie cn,n be lip
I'urilt (mild on bt-r purl in ihewsy
tr.- :.ni:r"nli-. Mis (k'oi'Ke It i 1
tb r,.dller ii tiic new h:Us, Wiih
w- nitwn bum ii.1' Mies VptiIs
ii ji, tauhur Mr and Mrt
'. M. Uiillin, wbti have lived here
'.ir mry 'i-rirn. Tbe Mnterunl
.ni- iii.tt; Iicr '.v iily very happy
iver llii ytinc ine.inberof Uie Iain
ily a it it hr only crtiiloii. tie
linvItVir only one oilir tr:indcblld
' $mt m?t locus.
Eva Sni'ler wlio ha been visif-
nir nt (ho luune of Aular Akors at
inotlierry, returned home Wed-
Tom GtaliiM ati;l II L. Jones
tveiit tu tiWinjjcville. Thursday.
MiHsep t'lara and Anna Troed-
son left Tbursduy, Miss Anna go
ing to ftillinshttm totttend school
and IU (Mnrn to Seattle tti take
in tbe Fair.
Mr George Cut rin of Heppner
who haa been vi-iting at the home
of Mrs Jordiiii, returned to her
home ThurnUy taking Sirs Jose
phine Curriu sud Miss Lena for a
ie lone KaiitiL' juiik
will be open Snturdny nihlit
EvirvbQ4lyys jtfivitea 0 to
Mr Englen an is putting on a
mighty good show this week and
yon can't afford-to miss It. He
generally has a good one, but this
li better than most.
D C Ely lias beau spending the
week at bis ton's ranch at Morgan,
&tr? Kiee wi l rpn bat- music
c lessee here in lone and flpon ap
plication will assign hoMrs for
lessons. s If er rates will be 92.60
ptv month for two lessens each
week of a half hour each.
Although lit has been several
years since in the teaching field at
lone, there is no introduction nec
essary, for Mrs Kice is well and
favorably known, nnd alt will be
fpleaeed that alto is ngmu to take
np this work. .
Notice for puuMOATroN.
KriIKo.oaijJJKot Cm) Und
partment al tlie Interior, - ?
. U. S, Land Office, Tho Dallee, Or.
' Ana. 11th, lflO ,
Kot1c)fBhBtby'g1vonthat Allwrt O. Veifjn '
t Inn. Or(on. wlfoon luly aud, IVOI, tna4 -HotnMitMd,
BntiT, x. -ji'on, fur kki
Sactiou . T, Tonmhi ) Sontit.
Hunf t Km Wlllnmctn. MrblUn, hu
Sled notlca of liittmii-in la mime Final
Av Tor Proof, to cHabll rla!n 10 the Und
KbaTedoirritMil, ttcfom Tht HcHixifr ntiA R
MtTl lha )' Land oftk- al The DIU i,Ort ..
gon, on ilii!)u1 drty n Hopti-mber. 1800.
OlalmaBt nsiftonji wUiieup: Cliaa. Hltriil '
V U lty. L Pa4twrf ui.l Jnlm Kltu all uf
Ion, Oref do. , . . , '
GKNKRAI. I.AXP OFFIIT.
. U'ASniXliTOX. I). C , 7 -7
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. NOTiCF OF ItKSTlH ATIOK (
Pr.IU.ttJ JIS I lio st.;rrt.K.
MEM ASH KNTItV. .
Nnii in hereby given ttiat the Actios
Seeietiuy of the ltrifr Imvvnenled do
pnrtntenlnl bnlur of vdlnlrnwcl in pif:tr
iuj Ui Mine affcoia i tie witlwIfAwaJ for
frrixaiinii purpose nmjer Unrmf Jmiu
17, WOJCisSlM., MX) (.r hi f in v.out,e- .
tloq fth tbe I'mnliltH 1'tnjitet. Oreci, i
ol tlie fnllofflliH ilitwrilxil Inmla in thl
State y Oregon, mni ty outhorftf
neli nf trpi'l n Imve cot hoftu !irtf .
titfore flnnlly rtrti! him I nru tnt other,-.
win nilliilrnwu, recervwl r iirop(im,
ed, will he mil.jec.t in erttleinent iiiub'f
I lie public IumI tn ws ,?f the t'nlieil Sittii-d
an nhl nfter OvtfilMr I1, UHH), Uut hlinll .
not be mliject toemry, Hl-lnjurwititlidu
until Novum Imt 15, lHt, nt il I'nlteil
Stated IhihI olllee nt 'J'he Oreiciiii,
warninu lieltt( tstftrevl; tjivu tint in
person will lw rtiiiintl nt irbt itrexer
else any rivlit wtmiever nnHersny sltle-,
ineiit uroectipalitiit Instill after Jnly P. .
inutt, ami prior to Orl(.lr III, liB, tilj '
neb kettlvuiviitriw-eiifiiitiuu bejiii (nt
bidden, ... i
tVlllnnietie t'r!ncipt Merlilfair,
T..r H." ff K.j fcll I t 19, 2 It
SSsikIXI toSltiiiel. " - ' .
Lt. 3 N., H. Hi E . nli Seei.1 1 b 18, 22 ;q "
27SIM13 W:hm i. - . "
T. S U. ie K., mII tli t po Hon
T: S ., II. 20 K.. ell.
T. 8N B. 3D K , mI n.t imrt'oti f
T.2N., B. 21 K., all.
T. 3 N., B. 21 K, nM tiist -)rtlm nj
Oregon. ( . "', ,
T. 2 N., B. jS b., alt u: e. 4 0, io to 5J
and 2H to 0.1 inrl. i '
T. 8 X., R -22 K., r). rv..4, ft. ft uhI
eoolti of CulmtiiitH lliver uihI n) Sw. 8,
9, 1U to II ami tn inel. , . .., ' .
H. V, 1'rondllt, Ai-it-j OiRimiMiiMier of
the tinneral Land Ultiee,
Frank Pierce, First Aespitant 8cerels:p
of the Interior.
6 acres, about 7 uhIps from cent;
tt of Fortlandt i wile from elreirlg
car line s tit Hob, all if ell fcncti
and in fine bearing ortlmfd ulm
ail kinds of berries and vegetajtlec,
5 room house with toilet, hnth, hut
ami cold water, Auo well, tower
tank ami wind mill, 100 bib '
gradsvchlckehi, horse niid'wngon,
many, other,, implement, Jricy
$7500.00, will take lAOacrpe i(
good theat land, In exchange for
Pt.. ( , ,
Have SO acres of li tuber luiul, a ,
few lots In lest'coaht town In Ore
gon, and a limited amount nf rash
for this we want a small wbeni.
fttrmr- '7 TT -r rr -
9 room well built lint;e in gootl '
part of Portland, otfxlflO lot. oi! '
block from raritne, Ipnire not t itr
tirely modern, btt cap be made pt
with small expense, price irjOOoXt)
will tnke In (.xxhnuge,nHl wbent
land itp toflOOO, to f !000,CO
Aiivoiig wifliinp infornintioii
rejrarmitff r.ny 4 the itf cv
litfjt'.iro t lit 1