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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1909)
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Iene. Oregon, Sep. 24, 1900,
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"All communications, m far as
possible, should reach us not Inter
1 than Tuesday nijrnt, Please bear
this in mind and have oommunica
tiont in on time." Editor,
C. W. Moore, Register of tfte
Land Office at The Dalies, spent
Friday and Satardar 'here and
' went to Heppner for Sunday.
J. K. C ron an, President of the
Bank of lone, went to Port laud
Saturday. '" .-'
V. T. KingNrho has keen in the
upper country working thru har
vest, visited hiu parents here, Mr
and Mrs A. T. King, last week. He
went from here to Cascade Locks,
' where he wilwork this winter and
- 1 where he ordored the Proclaimed
Roy Akers and Walter Cochran
have been busy cutting the Weeds
from Walt Smith's lot of alfalfa,
and they did a good job too,
FOR SALE Oil barrels(52 gal
lon) 91. each at the Power Houue.
I E E Miller, City Engineer.
In the Proclaimer office and at
Paul Dalsiger'i business house can
he seen a sample of potatoes raised
jr Robert afathiaon fBfc need the
potatoes. The yierd is first class
and the quality aannotbebeatand
t, the soil that was packed about
mem w:tn mis rooter, to as to
hold the moisture, receive the ben-
ent 01 lite crop
J P Rhea is over from Walla
Walla. He brought a large map
f the BlalodC orchards and when
er office and see it.
E- R- Landell returned from a
-trip to Idaho Wednesday, where
he has been visiting his sister Mrs
. 8 wen ten. -
- Chicken dinner with all the
"fix in" at tha-Hotcl Sunday. .
Miss Clara Troedion who has
. been attending the fair at Seattle,
reltrned home this week.
A Weloh'who owns the old Fe'r
' galdi place, was here visiting D C
Ely this week.
Marcellns Williams who had a
stroke of paralysis last week, went
to Portland Monday, wbre his
mother Uvea. - ; "
Hal Ely is reported quite sick
and his father, D C went te the
' All kinds of NewStstionery and
soma dandy Birth-day Postalcartls
at the Chick Pkaumacy. . - -
Mr and Mrs J R Land were me r
. ried 55 years September 22 and a
nutnberl their friends called n
. them and celebrated the occasion.
J Pennftigton and tasaOy spoilt
Sunday with French Bmroagb?
and wife. Needles to say they had
the time ol tbeir life.
THE PALACE HOTEL' s
When . in Heppner.
1st. - Beet and Cleanest Booms, 2nd. AU Wlite filp,
3rd. BeBt Meals in the City." 4th. Free) tins to A from pepot,
5th, Best Service. 6th You want to jq where everyotro goes.
- 7th. You Arc Always Welcome, .
Boom .25, .50 4' $1. Me 25 50GU, '
Maddock . & Co, Props.
Anyone in need of lime, eement.
and shingles cajl and see'G F Par
ker before going elsewhere, t. r
Loren Hair who has been In the
Valley visiting relatives, returned
Monday, He reports a good time
but says home looks good to him.
Mrs Netamire, mother of Mrs S
M Moore, accompanied by Mrs
West, came from Kansas Wednes
day lor a visit of i few weeks.
John Kliti went to The Dallas
as witness for Albert Petteys last
8 E Moore who has been visiting
in the -Valley, returned home last
Tuesday. , . .
I will buy old cast, iron, copper,
sacks, robber, sine and rags. . Bill
Swensen. . "'- '
E. B. Gar to n and wife havo re
turned from a trip to the valley
where they have been visiting -for
the past month They have pur
chased the old Cason place and
will make lone their home.
Fostmnster Perkins returned
from the Postmaster's convention
at Portland last Monday. He ii
growing very optomistic over Mor
row county and says we are on the
eve of better times and more peo
ple. " ... '
Johu Williams came from Fort-
land Monday. Jj . ' , .
R. W. ftobiftim and wife were
io from BHghtmile Monday shop
ping and called and renewed their
subscription to this "Great Fami
ly Journal", realising We have to
buy cottl and get ready for' winter
and that, "every little bit helps".
Edgar Ball finished Jrauling in
Ralph Aker'a wheat, last Monday.
There will be a lecture at the
Congregational Church next Sun
day evening at 7 to which all
lire cordially invited. Subject, Upe
and Downs of Life.
NoticeBen Buschke of lone wisfrt
es to notify partiesontheNorthside
who have stock running at large
that if tbey don't keep them out
of his graiu be will take them np
and buing them to lone to the liv
ely stable where the owner will
have to phy charges.
Ira' Morgan left Saturday for
Corvatlht where will "again enter
the Agricultural school - '
Bill Somtherland and family
cam from I-exiitgton Saturday
for a visit with friends here.
Mrs Rosa Campbell of Pendle
ton will be in lone with a first
eUee stock of Millinery, on Mon
day, October 4lh And will remain
Mr and Bf is J. T. K nappen berg
are moring iron the ranch and
will occupy the Reld hows on
Main street wkwrw Doctor Chick
lived. x" . .
Mrs WalteY CaeoA-nd ehildren
went t UnHlgevllre.'lhatM Halur-
dsytojoin Mr Caaon aud Miss
Pearl wbwwettl there twa wreks
ago. Tbey expect to make tfnrnr
home at thtt plaoa.
Mr A.t. rVtty hat lemcl the
bouse oa 6econd' strert recently
vacated bv Mr Rice and in UttHig
it nplorttisgirtss they can re
main la town while attending
Ben Buschke Jr. went to The
Dalles Monday and will return
Halurdny faorsebtfok on a fine trot
ter, --- . ; ..
Mrs Keller want to Portland
Monday to visit relatives, '
'Juhanuas Troedson and fsinily
of Ella were in town shopping Snt
urday and called and renewed
their subscription to the Proclai
mer. . ,
Mr Paul Bnlriger's (mby is quite
ill with Diptherra; This ts the first
cane in lone in years sod it is to
be hoped the people. Bill use all
caution in preventing any more
- Walter Dobyns buys all kinds
of poultry at lane.
Albert Pettey went toThe Dal
les Tuexday to ninke final pi oof.
Volney Ray acqoiiipatittd him as
Witness. ' ' ;
Mrs Ganger discovered she had
lost 1 85,00 by aonie sneak thief en
tering her room atThe hotel Thur
sday morning. Sjlie reported her
loss to Deputy Sheriff Frank Natb
who is inrestigatirig the matter.
Mrs Tom Wilson, a one time res-
identer of Ioocafid - who now re
side at Portland, came up Satur
day and went out to the Davidson
ranch to visit Mrs John Blake.
Upon the return of the Editor's
family to their home after printing
last week's pnjwr, they found their
little Jersey cow hod . presented
them with a little calf. The great
flow of yellow milk ie accountable
for dur happy looks.
Miss Goodall, of Auburn, Cali
fornia, is teaching school on Ithra
oroekand living with Mrs Dor men
This young Indy is strange In the
oountry botis much pleased with it.
Miss Dal 1m Perkins' who has
been in charge of the Post-office
while her father was away, return
ed to Portland, Wednesday. l,.
"Kid" Besan of "Whixaers Row"
the. Heppner ehocmsker, was In
lone on business Tuesday. ,
Mr Maddock of the Palncchotel
Hep Hier, pa tod thru homeward
bout J Tuesday after hnving spent
three weeks in Portland.
M, Matlic Palrnatccr end Earl
Morm, two well known young
poopUat Morgan ami who have
many friends in lone, were mari
ed Tt. ssday afternoon at Heppner
and hit Wednesday for a trip to
Grangevitlr, Idaho. , '
The Proclaimer for tl.oOayr
XL tone. Ore.
A Complete 'Stock vf
Garpets and Window Shades
New 1909 Wall Paper.
Ecpairea aM eeilnlshed.
Any t hirig not carried In stock will be ordered at a Reduction
S. E MQORLv
lONE, - ' OREOON.
THE BAM OF I01NE
Has served the community of lone with bank
ing facilities for several years. In doing
this we have had the co-operation of
V oiir local people. We are bet
ter prepared than ever to ( . V
ing business of , :'
thift com- ' -
5 1 munity.
Conservative basiness is invited
; C Capital $15,000.
Surplus and Undivided Profits $4,600.
. J, E. C ron on, . l'rcilent. ;
'r T. J. Mahoney. Vice Prowident.
- - J. I). Cronan, Cashier.,
SPERRY & WILT
f!CESE-S!IOI ING. 1 SPECWUK ,
Quick Service and
STATIONERY ; DRUGS-
' New Stationery and
AU Kinds of Furniture
(ron Beds ReiDameie
JOHN H. WILT
All Work Guarfi'tccd.
Birthday Postal Cards.
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