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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1909)
fete Qrtgtm, Oct.1' h, 1909.
fane Town Offers,
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hall. T.J. t.rle
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apt,UMMlWWlat...t C K. Miller
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evHoaaa or RcnaoL dibtkict
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emoHATni dUJW land ftrric
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Uoeftoa teet M Follows:
Hywi wednf-lar night oh e iweadla
kf rtl tnll moon oi enf-n arm in.
iMd Italian Kierv Ba'.urdav nieht.
. B,ebkaU Fir. I and lliirdTlitWJajaVanLnf
Ubi:Ij .oik)I W. O. W., Ho.715. rasaia Ant
Hd thtn) Saiiiraav 'JBO'nr H eo& monili.
MOttUAN LODu" I.o. . r. SO, 1M, tueeta
"AH communications, as lar as
fallible, should reach as not later
than Tuesday nignt. Please bear
this In mind anil have comuiunL
tiont in on time." Editor. ... -i
Anyone In need of lime, cement,
and iliinglet cafl and see G K Par
ker before going elsewhere. r
Mr Waits, Auditor ol the Wind
Kiver dumber uompany wnif in
16 wn a few dayB t1 cek. t
Mr and Mrs E Petti t, pn-in-fair
of our Dairyman, Mr Uecd, re
turned from Oregon tily Monday
where tliey have beeu visiting fur
the peat two weeks. -
The Proelniiiier is iii receipt of a
letter from Miss Pearl A Cnpen
telling how well pleaaedthe family
are with their new home atGrange
ville, Idaho. Miss Pearl is in a
dry goods store, Mr Cunon busy
at his trade, carpentering, and
Muriel has entered the seniorclnsi
at the High School. The other
children are also in school. " ' v
J H Wjlt.-tlie blacksmith, ban
moved Into llufus Cochran's house
on Sojcoud street .
$ T Knappenborg left Wednes
day for a biiflitie trip to Portland.
Walter Dobyjis buys all kind
of poultry at lone.
-. Mr John Cronan, brother of J K
Cronan, is hr fro hi Coeur-d'Alenc
tor a visit. ' ' -, ' " "
Mr and Mrs Nash of Ceoil came
Tuesday lor a few days visit with
their son, Frank and bis wife.
JO Klncnld left Friday on a
trip thru the eastern part of the
State writing insurance.
John amHihasCalktae who have
been selling their horses in Idaho
and Washington returned Friday.
The water will be ttinivd off un
til the boiler is moved, so leave
your hot water faucets open. '
FOR SALE Oil barrela(3 gal
lon) $1. each at the Power 'House.
K Miller.Clty Engineer.
Walt SwKth In happy as hie mo
ther eame home Thursday and
the Stjtfth home U. open. :,
Mrs Chas Cochran'a sister-in-law
of Mrs Itice and Riifua Cochran,
and hot little mn. is here from
Cottage 0 rove for a visit
Henrr Slender brought In a 4
hone load of caH Iran to C W-
Swansoa loot WdOnavday. 1 1
Mrs Frank feeUssa Will-have
charge of the Millinery stock of
Mra Roae Campbell- of. Pendleton
at the next week or ton days. 8ho
1 Ta the Creamery eterw rosea aad
will take special srdsss few trimm
ed aats. ;.t . -
Prank Bishop and family, Chae
euate ajteVfejesHyad V V J"fW
aU WfJ. far lwapkkkWK asrfMjjaad,
' AH kindaef New Stationery and
io me d;indy flirtVef PoaUleard?
nt tlw Cnmc fiiAint. '
K. W. IMm wasiafrom Kigh
tmile Vediiead .a
Mrs ( has Kly'kas been called to
hr old home in Wisconsin be
cause of te illness of. her mother.
A. A. Mores, Speoiai Represent a
, tive to arrange for the Domonstra-
tiou train, was ber hi week,
- I,ant Sunday night airs, AH
Weather lord was delivered of
still born child at the home of Mr
.Ionian in lone. ; Mr and Mrs
Weatherford have the sympathy
uf the community in their disap
pointment. .. ' 1 y
French Burroughs and wife are
enjoying a visit of several weeks
iron i Mr Burroughs eiter, -Mrs
Grifliih, of Idaho. Mm Griffith
comes (ram an Irrigated part of
that state nd, en jays the .natural
Htreaiii where her brother haa his
beHiittful farm here iu Morrow
' Rev Davis will hold services at
the Unptfst chuteh in this city..
Sunday, October 10. -
Saturday afternoon at SVoloek
thereJwill be a busin'eu meeting at
the church and ail who ean do
are requested to be present
Ernest Fattens, wife and child
f Vancouver came in . Moudaj
I :iftemon and remainrd with Mr
and Mrs Alex Young 0er night
Tuesday they went to Gooseberry
to visit M Farreijs' parents.
R A Farrens returned Tuesday
from Hardinan where he haa beeni
tttmuiing the racer.
Mr Brewer -and Miss Graves of
Wisooiiiin were here a few days
viniting their old frteiiil, .Henry
nioiisr. They left Tuesdny fur
Venule to attend the fair and will
tliVn return lo their home.
Walter Brooks of Walla Walla
u-us here last Bfonday and pur
chased 280 ore of-th Karhart
runt'h north of town. 'PM Chrlst-
enson made the sale, . ;.'
T M Benedict of Morgan drove
to town Monday for a load of fur
niture he bought oi Mr Stanton.
Mrs A C Petteys accompanied
by, her aunt,' Mra . Mary Ganger,
and her aister MraSparksleftTuos
dav for a visit with relatives in
The Dalles.. ,
T S Carle returned, from Port
land Saturday where he has been
unending the Funeral Directors
A card is at hand from Kmll
Stratton eayiug they have finished
their long overland Journey and
an at home on their homestead
near Grants Pass.
All kinds of Foetal eaade and
Xevela at the Chick Pharmacy..
Wearefoing to rename Third
street and call it Lock lam
as our neighbor, A T King,
haa a fine Jersey eo .7 that haa a
young ealf. ,
Mra Ganger iravle a business
trip to Heppner Mon toy returning
Wednesday. . -
M O Rose was here Fiiday abak
ing hands with his asany frienda.
ft ia working 6a tho street ears la
Portland and dealing some la real
Mra Knannea beta's ao(1ir.Mri
Wllstm,-of Uoaaeaeati waw aeorri-
ad At Portland last waek U Mr
Jinks. The newly married couple
stopped off here and oaaat Monday
night with Mr sad Mrs Kaappea
berg m their erayi aeaaeao Mona
Mr Tli sss aaeaMaFty' the
. K:l Eiigetinofi made n tmiliiefs
J,rip to Jlejjir&iirdity nnd re
m aiued there until Monday,
Wm ClaiVwho b1s lieet) work
ing tor the post twomonth in the
Hard mini aectjon rettirnrd to lone
' R W Hickok M H V Fell were
down from,lJeppiiea Smulay and
Monday tookins nt..fnrtlnnds. Mr
Fell is in lve wit!i!iif ji;irloi the
LimiVty' andfAytiv i tiding lo
have a creek ftirin.' lit rtKo Kiitl
ho nould be iU ing Itere Kith three
children in school within lit) days.
Mr and Mrs J A Wed son of
Morgan were Tit Haturdtty doing
some shopping aud paid the Pro-
ejaimer a visit.
J h Kincuid and wife were in
from tlie ranch Saturday and spent
tht night with J O and wife.
Walter iHidrtrtv 'wifo and baby
were in Iroui .Kightraile Friday
and Saturday ajtd visited with the
Kvert King spent Sunday in
Heppner, we understand he was
seeing his best girl.
Mr" and Mrs Wdlbridge and
daughter Mm Abhbaugh of Hepp
ner came; down Saturday and stay
ed over Sunday with their daught
er Mre Frank Kan h. Mrs Aidibaugh
uniRiit here for nevfrai terma and
whs bttity greeting old friends. ,
1 hate r tfitnr doaw by aarna. V II
na right. 'io it keMU; if.it he wseaa,
leaTe tt nmVioa-OUpav,
U mm laaU aa 9sede Baler
amply Iaat learner"
Ooatrissaiaa goaty' Bhennaa Bo
toll c caJeaae, iriawisilni ea Mr.
mraa'a wok at Iowa, aa:
Mt. Brjaa'e awNttea, "aaU tae e
ate Nar ueaUea ttat eqmmi ta
Ula try ear people a at rale.
The ealy Mates where Mie pwoele as
jut raie.are the States teat are et-
pact to give lesrwhaapln ipatorHies
tor the Dieratle tkkec, Pwbaea
Mr. brjraa thiajn SMt Us twsUoa le
pwreb; "a leeat owa-' U ae le ata-
i I rtnllwav Mm aaaahe a epeaca
TlckaMrg; 'Maw, .a Oevraeat
sj tfc JNople." IM hue repeat eae el
hla tameoa aau-tooarUllat eoaeemo.
hnalr chantine; mree weeda, eaostltue-
UiaaUwipot" for Valllppute" aod
Waek scouara" tav xwa avetaers."
bet aia mat wat vn have as eaalv
9i hat aiaetlBg John Bharp WU-
UoaM, laaaer of the Paaaerm m Com-
aai as MeoehalmMo the other
re of the Oonaiwoii1 oeleaa-
ttea Cress MlaoUatppL
Aa4 after he haa mass ia speech
m Ttcaaaars, K he saaU have eaeapet
rale of the people Is mat eaav
araaltrVI core Mr. Brraa m repeat
hla ssatlaa ea pipalsr iwavaiit Is
Oharieatea, a. , with amatol rut
as eheUmaa of Bis awotlag Mt.
Bryaas ssoueemte have a pardr ao
smphMal ataearttr. Hla epKraaw aad
startllBf eaaae4rnma are espeetallp ae-
attaoa to meet hieal ieiiaile Of tale
aarare are aU sw vtewe ea tarut aaa
a treat Is formal a SaruT schee
soaM he Fipialii, aai every Urn
a treat is saii'il a aow oaht paoai4
he aaats. Is tee
PiisiiiiBi, with a Dsaieiatie
ssraojhy eases aaoa OM atctele a
mo SwoMtal eat eaoaoaUs vasmrles 4a
Mvojo or has m ate ejeeth -m last'
miar. M voaM ptoaea
heat i aph aasihrtev'ea meeotrtol
Aaoa, if he aneaM hojhi hp reaoallaa
the oaty ea eapat to peaiak ttw aeaar
anew, be emaM eaeot the .iisHiail
aaeacea ay toasw aeasayaa yw
tm iirinit saa wooiS saw ap ror
laaoa m I leassas. Ctaa, ChSieali
sad 111 Ipsa Thoa, syee-
bsmb aeaa m rrvairy wtth Bae
laaa ami QJl . ho weeM
Vt it iW&Mf
- A Complete gtpk plf
Garpets and Window $h9oes
New 1989 Wall Paper. AU Kinds of Fyrpitore'
tep&ti ni ttftasstl, irti Bets RtH83dep
Anyt hinj not cwrli lcl wlU be ordered at Reduction .
S. t, MOORD.
mam Cf VM.
Haf served the tommunlty oi lone With bank.'
ing facilities for several years. , In doing
t this we have had the co-operation of '
; our local people. We are bet- . r, ,
ter prepared than ever to
take care of the bank
, . ing business of
. . ConserratiTe business Is Invited. -1,
Capital -r vJI5,0flf. I
- Sarplns and Undivided Profit! $4,000.
J. K.-Cronan, : President. 1
T. J. Mahoney,
i. D. Cronan,
SPERRY & Will
COCSE-SnOEING, A SPECIALTY.
S Chick Pharmac
. 'STATEIIERYj: DRUGS.
JOHN H. WILT-
All Work Guaranteed.
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