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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1909)
J C. B. SPERRY;
JOHN H. WILT
SPERRY & WILT
HORSE-SHOEING, A SPECIALTY.
Quick Service and AH Work Guaranteed.
m 8 free asA1- m
THE BANK OF 10INE
r vcd llic community oi Ibne with bank
lug facilities for several years In doing
this we have had. the co-operation of
Our local people. We are bet
ter prepared than ever to
tdke catbf the bank
iri business of
this com- !
munityw : , - '.-
, Corisefvative fcasiaess is invited.;
Sorplns md Undivided1 Profits 1 $4,W0.
J, E, Cronan, ' i President. .;."
T. J. Mahoney, Vice President. r
J; P. Cronan, Cashier. " ""LV
13 10 159 1909.
THE GREATEST WESTERN FAIR.'
GRAND DISPLAY OF
, Live Stock, Poultry) Agriculture, Horticul
ture and FnmJ Machinery.
RACING EVENTS DAILY
; Free Evening Entuvlainment, Camping
: , Ground i-'or All.
REDUCED RAILROAD RATES ON ALL LINES.
EL Young made a business trip
to Heppner the Uit bf the week.
Mr and Mrs Giblet of Illinois
are her Tiaiting with tlieir daught
er, Mrs Noah Clark.
J F Barlow Was a uusinesftcaller
in Heppner Saturday.
Mrs Jere Barlow atid tfeugWer
and Mra B L You tig we tit down an
the creek after Iriiit Wednesday.
Miss May Barlow is working for
Airs Charlie Huston.
MrTlieoddrt Anderson and fam
ily and Paii Barlow and. family
liave been to the mountain! on a
i F Barlow mode a business trip
to lone last week.
FranMe Barlow while hauling a
load of straw had the misfortune
to upset and brake hie leg. The
Upsetting was on account of the
bad roads, Dr Chick waa called
to set the broken bones.
Mr and MnHtephen Bajlow ahd
sister were visiting Mr and Mrs
Frank Barlow Sunday.
Will Barlow and wife called on
Egbert Young and wife Sunday.
Miss A L Carlson spent Sunday
afternoon with Mra V II Holmes.
E F Jones visited at Ben Ander
son's and A Carlson's Sunday.
B R LnndeU and brother, Alget
left Saturday morning for Idaho
where they will visit their sister
and faitiily, Mrs Emil SwansoiK
Maud and Leonard Anderson
and Snail Johnson spent Sunday
with Addis Anderson.
O L Lundell left Friday evening
on another "Wild Goose Chase" as
ha hasn't been on one since before
harvest. Suppose he plans on gett
ing quite a few this time, but if at
first you don't succeed) try try
Misa Amanda Carlson ahd her
lister Mrs Eeteb, of Arleta. arrived
on the Taesdayevoningtraln. Miss
Amanda will remain at holme while
her sister will visit lot a few weeks
then return to her homev
x Minnie Anderson was a caller
at 0 X Carlson! home, Monday.
Mr and Mrs W A Lundell were
entertained at K Bergatrom's last
A Carlson" and C K want down
on Rhea creek after fruit, Sunday.
J S Brenneri August Andersen
and Clyde Swift took in tba big
Ball at Hard man, Saturday night.
August Anderson waa the un
lucky parson to loose valuable
horse, Saturday, while coming out
froaa town -
The Proclaimer for $1.50 iiyr
S O C I E T Y I ; fi I K
b: uib THlrd Eastern Oregon DIstHet Agricultural Society at
SEPTEMBER 27, 28, 29, 30; OGTOBER 1,2.
Exhibits of the Products of Morrow arid Umatilla Counties
$4000. OFFERED IN PREMIUMS. llSOt MILITARY B ANtf ,
CONCERTS Afterriob and Evenings , . .
All Kinds ot fun and amusdmerits. offered to all the people for
"GfiT "ACQUAINTED WEEK" .
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine. Fruit. Grairv Vegitable Showv etc.
it a Premium List. Prepare Your Exhibit Enter Now. Adcress
E. ROOSEVELT, Pre , . , ... , t , . tH03. ttTZOERALD, Scty.
' Pendleton, Oregon -
THE LEADING BUSINESS COLLEGE
ILKS aOILDJNO, rOSTLAMD. OiaOOK . .
OUR FACULTY 13 STRONGER THAN EYER
yy h Jutt iecur! thi rTicw rf two hih-lI, praeUoal in a, wU M bn.
dm fcdnuiON, trom tb w Imt no twn unturned.
W. r now f iin( jo i. wry bMl m.n.j bu procurt.
B W. IHKKK, FtM. SEND POM OATALOeMJK;
t H. WALK CM, mo
Chick - Pharmacy
STATIONERY DRUGS. W
New Stationery and Birthday Postal Cards.
Iorre, - - - - Oregon.7
Summer Rates Bast
During the Sedson 1909
Oregon Railroad 3c Navigation co
oregon short line and
union Pacific railroad
from . J
Portland, &sattl-, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Valla
and all jtoints 6n the O. R. & N. line '
s To OMAHA ahd Return $60.
To kANSAS CITY" 60.
So ST LOUIS tr 67.50
To CHICAGO ,f 7 2.50
, n4 to other prfooipal rities ia the Bast, Middle West and Sooth.
. Oornipondinfij low fares,
' - Or Sale Jena 1, J July 2, g, Aogast tl. Q,
To DENVER and Return $55.
Owtele Hey IX, Jol? 1, ftuswst tl '
. Oolng transit limit 10 days from data of aale, float retarn limit October Si.
These tickets present eome. fery attreetive features in the way of atoporat
privileges, and ehoioe of rootes; thereby enabling passengers to make side tripe
to many interesting points enronte.
Boating on the retarn trip through California may be bad at a slight advance
over the rates quoted.
Fall particnlare, sleeping car mertitti and ttciett will be famished by any
O. B, 4 M. local agent, or
WM. McMTJRRAY, QnritiL Piiguien AotJiJ, Postlajto, Qaaaov.
THE SECOND AHNlIAL ,
Oregon Biggest 5hoW
6 Horse Races Daily r,
Rational Lirt Stock Exhibits
Qartor Rodnl: '
. .-, Fascinateiif RloVay AttractlofiJ
FIREWORKS will be the most gorgeous and magnificent
fj . vnn.ui.iv ITfl BTnni UU VMIh , 1 II1S Will ItlUrrSt tP
whole famirY. , - KEBUCED BATES (Ml ill .
W. S. SMITH
Uve 6tocl Insurance)
v . BepveasBttBg
Tbe.HatfoBal Uv Steak' feaanuMO
D. G. Ely
Next door to Ppqcraimar.
' Let ine do yoxr
Elcctnt Light Wiring'
,ik r. Akr, I
W W4ajHinhrirc ft Qnctxjd
E E: Miller
' win iucUon anything '
'"f jrbw nave to sell if
- you will bring it in
; SATURDAY i
or he will go- into the
country and ; ,