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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1909)
fenc, Oregon Aug. 27, 1909.
lone Town Officers.
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Reuorttr,:,... , C. J. Ptnnlnjuui
Trtuurer I, A. Wawra
Marahall T.J. Carl
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K. F. Wtlmot
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i U'.B. Sptrry
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Clark E. T, Perklu
iC, J. Pennington
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Reitlater..' C. W. Moure
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Lodftes Matt as Follows:
Mmi Weil nn ml ay nlfht n or rraoadlnf
tlx nm inn moon i een monin.,
Odd Kellnwi - ftvtrr Saturday nfkht.
Kebekftln- -Flriiaiid i bird Tii uriTaar TilBt
CKCH. I.Ul'UE W.O. W., No.Ttfl, DtMU BrU
a1 Itilrd rfnmrilnv oxnini ol tun wonlh-
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"All communications, as far as
possible, should reach us not later
than Tuesday nisnt. Please bear
this in mind and have comnmnica
.tlous in on tin! e." Editor.
Joe Waters and E T Perkiffl
mndo an overland business trip to
lleppner, Tiieiutiir evening.
The report wan setit in herrthat
Louis Kinney committed suicide,
hut we have received, aBsnranoe
that the rfenlli wuh purely accident
at and as we had always consider
ed MrlCinitey a cool heeded and
even man, we believe the report
true as corrected.
J Mills who is in partnership
.with Mr Swajigart Tn the place
they hare purchased from Lute
forditn, -was in Wednesday and
snbrcrihed for the Vroclaiiucr. Mr
Mills is an old newspaper man and
. says he dor not think any pernon
ban afford to do withuut their
J D Land left Wednesday for
Union to nee about- a- -big ranch
that he has chance to take under
4i is care.
Anyone in need of Hme, cement,
hnd shingles call and sec G K Par
ker Uofure gum;? else whose n
A special train went to the Junc
tion Sunday evening and returned
with the body of Judge Avers v4io
had died at Petidleton on Saturday
uigh(. The Judge was 63 years of
age and had lived in Morrow mid
Umatilla counties many years 'be
ing an early settler on Butter creek,
liis burial was at lleppner Monday
and w,as very largely attended. -
Mrs Walker who nae been in the
Valloy, returned home Monday.
' Mr and Mrs Kunppenberg and
little Joie went to Sent tin Tuesday.
'"Walter Becket wasinfromKight
mile Monday having somt black
of thevThird Eastern Oregon Dlstfrct Agricultural Society at
PENDLETON, OREGON, r
SEPTEMBER 27, 28, 29, 30, 0GT0BHR 1, 1
, Exhibits of the Producrs of Morrow and Umatilla Counties
$4000. OFFERED IN PREMIUMS. 1500. MILITARY BAND
CONCERTS Afternoo and Evenirigs .1 -
All Kinds ot fun and amusdmerits offered t6 all the people for
-GET ACQUAINTED WEEK"
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Morses, Cattle. Sheef Swine, Fruiti Grain. Vegitablefehow, etc.
fcet a Premium, Listi Prepare Your Exhibit.JEmeffJo)rVAdcTess
Mat Halvorseu seems to have
plenty of wheat. H has wo ;eix
horse teams, each with two wag
ons And they are making two trips
to town .each day.
Born Sunday niuht to the
wife of Vera Calkins a ten pound
daughter. Vem says this is his
fourth and the best -ret, that the
morejis lias the nicer they seem.
Ben Brown who was ill at the
Hotel so long died August 19th at
his father's home itt Madras.
Money to loan on Morrow
County Farm land at 7 per cent
From three to ten years. -
' ' -Wi Smith'
" Poat.OQlce, lone, Oregon.
Aaron Peterson and little boy of
Eightmile were doing some shopp
ing in lone; Monday.
Duft King, who has been work
ing for W F Pairaateer this sum
mer, is again at home.
F M Griffin and wife were in
town Monday shoppuig(they Aid)
but we rather think (Irrv were in
worshipping the new baby,
Frank N'ash aiid Harold Dobyns
made an overland trip to Heppner
Saturday night. Mrs Nash return
ed home with them Sunday.
Lowell Ganger is back here for
a few weeks visit with his mother.
WANTED Wheat pasture, with
water, for 00 head of cattle. For
particulars inquire ai the
Guy Cason who has been over
at Lone Rock this summer return
ed last Friday. "
Mr Ahull of Cecil left one day
last week supposedly lo go to Arl
ington. . A iter being abr-ont several
days Peter llmicrutiend received a
letter from Ahalt telling him to
sell his buy, pay hisdebts and give
tho remainder to his wife as he
had left for good.
Mrs Stringer and Mrs CegRtrell
were in town Saturdnc shopping
and took dinner at the proclaimer
Don't cook dinner at home Sun
day.-' Go In the hotel and enjoy n
Hood dinner, without the trmihlv
ofcookinc it, ., ,. v
Poko'Judy went to fciwHeton
Saturday where he expects to re
main and work.
F F Klits niado a business trip
to Heppner Thursday
FOR SALE Oil barrel(52 gal
lon) 1. each at the Power House.
E E Miller, City Engineer.
S I-9f rattan has bought the mare
that J A W aters owned and Mr
Stratton now nab a Una team.
Ralph Hpnter has sent in his
addresa to have the Proclaimer
sent him and wishes hit friends
here to call and see him when in
Portland at 133 North Sixth st.
Mrs 8h ink, two dtugliters and
son jave returned frn a week's
visit with Mr Shanks sister, Mrs
Frank Cook on Black HinW .
Lew Davtd mm, W i Blake and
Ed Ball left Monday ferabusiness
trip to The Dalles, re Um ing Wed
nesday , , '"
Rufus Cochran ud family went
to Portland Saturday. Ur Cochran
shipped down hogs and sheep and
the family went to men Uimthere.
Pat Mo Daid made a business
tripOo Heppner, Friday. ,
The Hotel is putting up as fine
food as can be found out iU of
Portland. If you want' a rou
dinner, go there and gtt it. You
will be pleased.
Mrs Bortier'ssister and daughter
Mrs Johnson, who have been visit
ing here have returned to their
home in Iowa. a
Walter Cason and daughter
Pearl left" Thursday morning for
Grangeyille, Idabtfc ?.
Mra L E Brower, the Lexington
Milliner, will have on sale at the
Proclaimer office, next door to the
Pot nftice in lone, next Wednes
day and Thursday, an up-to-date
stock of fall .and winter lists at
J A Waters returned from a bus
iness trip to Spokane, Saturday.
Marge ret Jones is 'pending a
few days with relatives here snd
George Hendry, who was a resi
dent of lone ai-atiti time and who
lian recently been in iho Navy, re
turned Saturday for a short visit.
I A GOOD POSITION
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ohii ita I) ad ttv nniMtinus vnune
men and ladies i;i the field of
"Wireless" or Hai I way telegraphy.
Since the 8-hour tan became effect-
ive,aml siticethc Wireless continu
es are establishing hintions thro-
out tho oounlrv. there i a j:icul
shortage of telegi-ttphctfe J'pBitions
piy liRgiuners from (70 to fiK) jer
month, with gootl chance for sd.
TheNationat Tolernnh Institute
of Portland, Oregon, i)rrnlrs six
official institutcK in America, under
Hiervifion of U.'Jl.jtiid" Wire tew
Oflicials and places nil graduates
into position. It will par yoji to
write them for full details.
Wiiau wriliftj ,kn u wtHiilwu The rroclaln.tr.
W II Ekouo went to The palle
Friday to visit friends and get his
rifles that he iiffes in hie shooting
Miss Audrey oolery spent
Wedneeday and Thursday with
Edna and Velmalefa on the ranch.
Mrs L R Brower, the Lexington
Milliner will have on sale at lTie
horns of Miss L Morgan at Morgan
Friday September 10, an up-to-date
fall and whiter stock of hats at
A Complete Stock of
Garpets iand Window Shade;
New JM9 Watt Paper.
Repaired and Rennishcd.
Anything not carried in stock will be ordered at a Reduction
S. E. MOORE,
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MORROW COUNTY, WHERE WHEAT IS KING. .
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A320 Acre Sontb Afrlcaa
Vcterai Botmtg Lan
Issued by the Department of
tlie Interior, Government of
Canada, Ottawa, under the
Volunteer Bounty Act. 1008.
Good for 320 acres of any
Dominion land open for
entry in Alberto Snukutche
wau or Mttrtitoha-.Any person
orer the age of Id yearn, mar
or WOMAN, can .acfitiire
thisjand witli thisCrtiflcate
without furtfier clihrgei For
immediate sale, $800.00.
Write ot wire, ,U . Xelfprd,
ll-8huteT StWer, ToTOnloi
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All Kinds cf Furniture
iron Beds fie.Ertan.eRf .
& Oregonian $2.
We hire a Special CkttUf aff er
aow on witk the tidAc ontUv
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