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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1909)
Morrow County Is the Richest dainty Per Capita In Oregon.
, lone Is the Best City In Morrow County
Vol. X.- No! 91.
IONE, OREGON,. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER H 1909.
Whole No. 5;u1.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Fit Cord Wood,
- Slab. Wood, -Any
Call and get prices,.
AYinj River LOcr azw
SS3: A: A
25 cenU , V ' .
(NEXT DOOR TO
JIM IMNCTT, Pnw. . (
X am certainly there with the fancy Hair cutting aad imooth Sliaying:
CALL ONCE, AND, YOU WILL CALL AGAIN,
uadri Mskct iM Mk-Tub In connccnoiL -
.. - Sfctr rucrs, 11 8f wins, it w awitg. -
WE WANT CflSII.
And from now until October ist.,
we will undersell all competitors.
Call at our store, and be con
vinced that we are setting ;
' - goods at prices that are -V
f - -X bargains which you can ,
not afford to miss.
. V Call at our store, and ask for what
you want, and compare our prices
we are out for business and .
will give you a chance tor !
SAVE .? M0NfY;
r Everything in. dry-goods, ladies and
fa gents furnishings, Hats, Shoes,
Glass-ware, Crockery, Gro
; ; : ceries, Hardware, etc, goes T ,
- 'l at reduced prices ior
- V-Youk: for business; "'
M ? S
9 9 Razors
' 25 cents
& O regon fan
DOES TKIS MEAN r
A HARD WINTER.
Last ' FridVy morning ,when
Frank Young, of Uooeeberry, went
to his chicken house to feed, he
found that about six dozen of" hie
fine Plymouth rock hens foregone.
Investigation showed that & Badger
had dug ita ftuy under the lipuae
and taken ell theee large hens to
its hole near by. Mr Young dug
down and found four doien of them,
some itill alive, and eiill more un
der, but h covered the hole and
stopped digging. Before he aband
oned the job, jiowaver, In had kill
ed Mr Badgered ad U in hopee the
rest of hii fowls are safe. It woo Id
appear that the wild animals are
laying in a supply lookingforwsrd
to a cold winter. ''
f IRE tfEMRTIHENT
DOES GOOD WORK.
. i .. ,
Bill Thompson gnt a Ciena!'
spirit the athr day And set fire to
some brush, ft'his blew over and
set fire to a bfflilgu an tlie Swagguri
and Mill' )lJce and had It ium
been for the prunipt work of
Jordan Sid wag Fire Deportn:.
and Bucket Brigade", the brd;
would have gus.
RENTS BIS RANCB.
Seymour WifsoH will go to I'rfU
ifomia for a while where his, an
ther ie living and has r-metl hi
ranch on Willow treek ne veil a
hie wheat Ian 5 to Mr Bribers. Mr
Broaden ia to a ami grain let
upon having possession ot such a
line plaea, while Mr Wilson tomd
not have left it in hotter bands. :
A trip up Rhea creek and a day
spent at the fin farm bom of
Fremeh Burroughs, a dinner eats
at a table that fairly groaned un
der Its load el good things, was the
happy fate dl the family of tlie ed
iter of the Great Family Pspsr,
Tun PaocLADiBa, the other 8audy.
Upon entering the grounds we
drov soveral bnndred feet and
thesi up t the haast where a hearty
weleasM greeted ns. Oar hot se was
fed and w wtre treated to some
One Bartlet pears and than started
for a round of the creek faim When
wa Mt the house and entered the
barnyard the first thing that strosk
did yon say I G whli, time were
hundreds of themnd snowy whits.
Than we saw turkeys, about fifty
o them, half growa and mst of
than with tiny bellson their wacki
Qeesa and, ducks also, but these
van swisandng an the cieek nd
dived to get lb tbat as
lujrwn ta than. Tha, great "fine
hsrsss aassa and rubbed their heada
ag arnetpve and wanted to get Hie
petting we se readily gave. Thou
loot to the orchard when the trees
an heavy with apples, pTunas'wnd
witftsv pears, svew this year of
small fruit returaw, Yba peach traaf
wen natWf there bstag r fat jt
few.- e?evrel times ro e?Meed sbc
craeVtuftt so prettily, Winds its way
thru the farm) andtittered another
enclosure where many more beaut
iful white chickens were kept. On
our why dut we had passed a coop
where was kept a guinea fowl with
some littleon, tlie prettiest thing!
a person ever saw. And near the
house te a pair of peacocks, with
one small one. The eows en me to
water and Were sleek and well oar
ed for, (no need for any queition of
purity of this milk supply) and
the Urge barn was filled with hay
and graint while nll-abpdt on the
bottom land wan many more stacks
rsacly when needed. Many hives of
bees feed upon tb alfalfa and the
honey is wjijte and Rood. Potatoes
of snch a sise-that three will feed a
having crew, arethere also in large
quantities, while a virft, upon a re
turn to the house, to a cnol milk
hoiiM ehoWfd errant, and butler
not only in quantity but ot such
quality as to make a man glad Jie
was. to eat some nf it.
After dinner wo feasted' upon
cooled watermelon tbiirltflrf 1 sen
raised on the piuuc, and wixiicd -
eould e4ll such a plauo bon eand
also wished a lew nf thecitv f eopl
oould haVe sucli n Ida):. ... -
The chickens lilmiconUiis ijI.m'l
bring a net vaave uf uIhu oik
thouNBiid do Hum pneli yt-itr; njul
this ban .nothing e d With iy
rest ( the fowl1. ' "' t' " , I'
There-is much nW're wecuiht
like-to tell, ImiiWice frriiitj, Iwi
wlhf 'aild" thaV-iltolitnh' irhoft-
!ao' iliorwis s)iiiriticoiii(crtHK'
eanliiWiti not. vtftUj;iiii't wi.
m wurtfa nice day, go i m l
nee theee gottd poilr and u will
Had we have not old iuilf ilsioi
ofood Urminj;, that is t!ire. ,
Jatik ' Hit if hen lias leaved (hi
ranch uf Frank Holmes and with
his good horses will eoffn begin to
turn ovr the eoil for sunnier fa
low and plant bis wheat for next
year. This is a good ranch and
Mr llunhes will make it swyoscel-
1 ilr. H- has a threa year lean
and has purchased all the taroi
implements on ths place.
We ktn i Special Cfcfcbfcax ofier
bjow m witfc Cbe Padfic aUtUy
lone P roc 1 aimer and
m soerruusi awaonw t
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NOTICE FOR PKUI.ICATION
Departntentof tbo Interior,
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TowBLlpa8aulh,Rnaa tt WIIImvIM
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rinl flT-Tfr rol f wtailiah clutm to lb
land abora dtMrllwtl. boforo 1 V WtliUmi, US
UalUdStalw Oomnltttunar.al hU offlc la
MppMr,Orcfon,entb')tli day al get. IfOS.
Claimant naniaaaiwltuauai: J L KtnoaM
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NOTICE OF ftESTORATI ON OF
PUBMO LANDS TO KF.TTLB-
sl BUT AMD ENTRY.'
Notice ! bono? liven tliauhe Aettoc
Sectetary of the tarior Jiai vacated da
partnental order of Withurswiil la m (al
as the ssme aReB.u lite nitMrawa for .,
Irrigation porpoeM amicr 1 lie act of Jane
17, lOQS (S( Stat., 8SH) for nw m eonuco
tlon with the Umatilla trnieet, Oregon
of the following dewrihei landa In the
State of Oregoe, end by lii sotborlty -socb
of sold tracts have not been here
tofore finally rastoryd and iu'w aototlw ;
wtaa withdrawn, reiwrved orjiiiprenriat-'
d.atlll be ewbjeet to aeitlpi:itt omlev
toe pnblle land laws of Hie United Htatee
on and alter October la, but abitH
Oot be Subject toentrr, flliitupraeleetlon
ontUNavembarlavlMOUat tlie United
Btates Unri tffiee at Tha Dull, 0 re-ton, '
wattifnttwaavkSMWly,)jiviii that ae
4kttawA aatH taj WewwHlaal-1 train orexet
olaf any rtAt Vajfr wvlijtny uit)e
'oaiot woofSPalhiai Hwrtni Jly tr'
UXsVaad prluv to Oeoiar Ul, Jittt, ti
attcb aeitleotont r'octtin tir bvlng for
bat.dsw.ta -p-'Vr .'
n'lNaanetla Pritwiyni Mr-ridlan.
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27 and to SI) invl. '
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T. S N., R. 9 BM all . 4, 5, and
ssotb ef CeluaabU Hirer mid all Haca. 1,
9, 1 to 11 sntl 28 to S3 Incl, ,
8. V. Prondfl AoiifTf CMiiin.ifskmor et
the tienaial Unit Office.
Frank Plana, First aaaiinint Saorwtaiy
of the laterter. '
- acres, about 7 miles from cent
r of Portland, i mile from elect r is
oar Una station, all wrl! fenced,
Wd n fine hearing ordrnrd, alea
all kltvdiof berries and vegetables,
5 raom house with lotJct, both, hot
and cold "Water, line well, tower
tank and wind mill, 100 high
grade elhrs, Itonta and wagons
many otlrtr wnlernenU, price
76OO.0Ot will t trite 1R0 acrea of
good wheat rend, 'hi evclNUiee for
part, i - t
Have BO acres tt timber land, a
few rots In liest eoast'town in Ore
gon,mid a Ifmlled amount ol csjak
for this wa want a stun H -w heat
farm, . V
9 rexwrt wetl built house in gand
part of kWetot mI, tHxiOd fit.oc
Modi kooa arrlHi, houre nob en
tirelf rnodert1ftrtfln I ttmdo-aVi
with small expciwe, aric f 'OOoCC
will take In tsoliirtigo, yinml .wheAt
land up to 8000,- to 000.OQ t
Any ono wUliing informntfrni
rcgnrding any tf tiro ix)W