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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1909)
Morrow County Is the Richest Gounty Per Capita In Oregon.
tone Is the Best City In Morrow County
VolX No 96.
IONK, OREGONV FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909. .
Whole Ho. 665.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
.Any qilart titles desired; .-:
, Call iiid get prices
Wlatl River lc.-ccpc3
(NEXT DOOR TO WOOLERY'S OFFICE, J
RALPH HYMEft. . ' ,
t am certainly there with the-fancy Hair cutting and smooth Shaving.
CALL ONCE. AND YOU WILL CALLAGA1N.
Lisatfri usm m u-tia ib conecnoi:
Sfcf nzcrW iff SfeWp wtNs, U mt !.
lo.ii. Jn.-gLU 1..- ....jj . l.-J- .-ILL-
.We will have Potatoes
for $i ; per ioo lbs.
Leave offers at once
for delivery Nov. istv
, XHK PACIFIC MONTHLY ol
; .Portland Oregon is. be.aut'ifully;
illustrated monthly "magttsiriv If
too areinterested indairying.lruiti
raising, poultry raising ok want to
'know about irrigated lands, timber,
' landi or (ret government lands
Open to homestead enlryThe Paj
.i6c Monthly will gi yobjallini
formation. The price is )(1.60(a. yr.
Offer No I Me ClbWa Mjg"il
Woman' Hon Cotapanion and
' Th Pacific Monthly costing $4-5$
) will be samt 41 a frtriml kate ol t.
Offar No t Mc Clara'i MiKaxinc,
tUriew of Roviawi apd tba Pacific
1 Monthly cottitakVo. will b aent
Off.r No -"Hohia LiV Weal
Hotnaa and Thw Faeiflo Monthly
will ba awat fo? W.
, ' Order fay auirtbar and ffend'yowV
f order accompanied by postal nipn
V rdr for. the amount to Tl Pa
cific Monthly Portland Oregon.
, 25 cents
NEW IRRIGATION BOOK FREE
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"Well Irrigation for Small
Farm" la .publication juatiuued
by the General Paaionger Depart
ment, of the Oregon Railroad and
NaTigathin Cdm and Southern Pa
cific Lines in Ortton.
Tliii booklet awUEoHh in a pract
ical concise way the poaiibilitfet
for profit of tMaxpenairoirrigation
and shoakl be in the handiof every
fanner In Ortfon. , ,-,
Copiea tnay be obtained Ire oh
application to Wro Me Mnrty,
GentVfcl Pnanangor AgentO.R.eV2f.
and ft.P. lino in Oregon, Portland
Oreieki. .;. - - . t
subscribe for thie
TRAIN, i v:
On last Tuesday morning lone
was vi'silVd by Tlie Deinbnfctrhlion
Train that is run in the inUrestof
Dry Farming by the cOitrty f
"the Oregon Railway and NaViga
tidn Compaiiy, the Hietrhction be
ing given by tlie alle Facu t p
the AgrlcnttuVal School f Corval
1 in and the rcprvseulatiVe of tlie
of the same jjiace". ",.i-eu
- Notwithstanding thocnrl; hour
set, nine o'clock in Tlie: forenoon,
there were many furlners present
with their families, eohie having
driven as mveh as eighteen miles
after, doing tlierootningwork. The
attentiou throughout by a'lUl low
ed the Interest these men and wo
men have in the laud tltry ttnll
home.-' '" ; .--,' i'i .V'
Mr Moreei-whwns in olmrpo o
the train, gaye ample proof of lii-
executive power And there wab
not one hitch during tlie-entire
visit. Tl first speateer,,Mr Lively.
a repreeentativefrom thefnrgeand
up-to-date packing hnusej that has
just beenhuilded and efoipped at
inch an enormous expense ticn
Portland, assured the fartnersihat
if after listening to the ipenkci:
who followed, they betamtcontinc-
ed of the importance of raisins
eattle and hogpf tliat-'tlicy iiflW
find t .reu wUyrnwke
With his corapnn y,Ta'ii4 . also told
them that It was a'-piiame to have
to import into Urn stelejand carry
directly past their door,llive. Ptock
from other states that, ire not so
well fixed as the- fatmeU of this
country to produce snchi - '
tural school followed wifo ait able
and masterly diiconrsr showing
intimate knowledge of his sub jest
matter. He urged the importance
of fall plowing, leaving the ground
rough to receive the winter mois
ture, so allowing ft to siakintothe
ground and not lie exposed upon a
hard baked ground ami suffered to
evaporated. The sowing of early
crops of peas and hardy grasses
was demonstrated as of especial
worth to the farmer as they were
represented as using a moisture
that it otherwise lost, famishing
rough feed for hogs and cattle and
keeping the submoisture protected
and ready for futnre use. The con
stant and continuant haf rowfniz
was given as a root stimulator and
packing of the ground by corrugate
ed roller was also urged The till
ing of smaller acreage by each man
and intensified farlning was put
forth in convincing waya ami the
bringing in 61 more people nd so
causing those here to be better sat
isfied to buildup the value of their
oil-, so passing it on lo sons and
daughters as a Vahrabh heritage
was also spoken of in a convincing
manner.' Tn tact the who It lecture
was so reptet w?th goad things
thai the man or woman erf tlreee
parts wo wU notW H la aktteV
in more than they can lAiow,
Other spewkera- fol rowed for
snorter tains anw eivui it war
possible to give every, word that
was spoVWh bv every perio; how
ever we can ass cha Railroad
company aa well as the In en from
the cettges of tirmiag yeseareb
that their, efforla to aid hat not
been wnapprec fated and thy good
Uiat future years will show will be
T!t GYMNASIUM A!IV.
The Proclaimed people were
fortunate enough tocluim for lunch
gueetson lfttTint;diiypix members
Of th' Damon )lrationttfaint namely
Mr Morse, Goner it I M'"ingr: of the
Expedition, Mr Pauley, Nor ill-west
Editor-of the Oregon Juuriuil, Mi
Calvert Representative of ilie.Ore
gonian, Mr Bslep, 'of the Pn cific
North-west, Mr Lively, of the Pack
ing house ! Portland a ml tljp Ed
itor of the Rural spirit. While
at the t;ible the Ktory of tiro efforts
of tlie bovs to start n evmnnviuiii
waft spoken of mid Mr Morse im
meiliate stated that he believed in
"Conservation of young manhood"
fis wMI as in that of soil tuofcUire
and that he would like to offer
lollartoward the enterprise. Krery
man at the table ioltowftl' with
likeasflurniice and tlie hoys receiv
el a tittle fimil of seven dollars
toward the starting of n read hip
room and gyttinasium, which sum
is now in the hands of Professor
Kaufman and will lie airgirrejited
ore sums owing to the efforts
QMlir town people bricked un by
thelnthusinsm of the student body
anattheir teachers. r
like question of building men
and wmen b such a great one, the
result giutig on for nl) eternity,
that these trr. lMtys and airl of
ours must liatte:iBcYriaKih(lgii
else our progr'ssei vn pnreiHs in t)u
lone seettovt will ho going awny lo
other partu to take the youth to
these things., Hwttftey-wnl edine.
Better and larger opportunities
are at hand and we must-nird will
claim them as ouf own.
QN A lARCf SCALE.
Messrs R V Foster, John 8 Beall
and George 8 Foster of Portland
who own a'thousand acres or more
on the north side, were up last
week and made final arrangements
as to tlie fixing of fences about
their land. The? will h.a.v men
and a gasoline engine and plow
here within the noxt tl-rce weeks
and prepere tha ground to srtd
the entire, tract. A this is the
first plowing by traction power in
this section it is attracting much
attention. The plow will turn over
12 farrows at each round. -
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T)n flatnrdny afteriioonrindcvni
Ing at tlie okiTroclaFmer hnihiiup
tire Christian church will n''d
sApper aifd sale. If you wnnt the
best piece of inmpkm pie, r-Tfe
and nil he lMinira aifd go hi.
stst mm fats.
tv & Pslraateer, wfle smS haby
werit to Eugene Monday Vhere
they Mil Spend the Winter.
All kfhdk of Postal eards ml
Novrs at tWa Chick rhainufcy.
BeV Dav'ti df Heppnerwlfl Imld
strviees at the lleptiftclinfifliau
day forenoon ttrid evenfnf. . i .
Will buy all-bld east irorsrags
copprVink and rubber uil I
gat another carlcsd, .' i '
1 i fJwanfon. p .
a direct result of such effbrts
their part. ' -
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION
(Isolated Tract. V 6ril No-H234S
v Public Land Sale.
U 6 Land Oolce,tThe Dnllea, Oregon;
Kept. 22nd 100.
Notice te herebv siven that, nn dirnnt.'
nd by the Commutitoner of tlieGtrer&l
Ijtiid Office, under provisiont of Aet of
Confress pprovd June 27, 1900, Publhj
No. 303, we will ofhr t public ialet to
the liiglieet bidder, at 1C 30 o'clock a nt..
OnthelOthdny of Nov. ftOO nxt, at tills
office, thi) follbWfrtft ltjc ol land, to wit :
HWKWJi Pec. 28 T.1N,. R.23E.W.H.
Any persons elalmlns adversely ths
sbove-dpsciibed lands are adviaad to file
thstr claims, or objections, on or before
the day above deaiirnated for sale.
; O Moortt, Rpjiister.
' GENERAL .ASf OFFK'E, , 1 . '
WASHINGTON, D. C v
K 190W.740i A.M. .-" J
KOTlCfe OF RPfiTORATIGK OF
PUBLIC LANDS TO 'BKTTLE- ,
JJEKT AN ENTRY.
Kotlce is hereby given that the Acting
Secietary of tha Interior Itai vacated de v .
partlneutaf order of withdrawal in to far
si the same affects the withdrawal, for
irrigation purposes Under tlie act of Jnna '.'
17, llKtt (3? Stat., S88) for use ia couoee '
tfon wfth the Umatilla Project,. Oregon, '
of the following described lands In the
State of tftfonend by his autbority
seen ol eatd traottnliave not been here
tofora finally, restored "rid aro not other
wise witlidraWBp.WterVed orappropriat -
ed, will bej whject "to eoUletrmnt under
the ptiWto Ural A s of the Unltod States
on and after October ki, 1900, bat shajl
not be suBjeet tt4a Wy, fll ing or selMtion :
anlil Noveeabev lft, 1, at the Waited
Btstes'laod dffiee at TheVsHee, Ortgon,
warniog being expniftly irea fhat' DO
person wfll be permfttea. tofinn oVeWet
eiar any rialit iiaivr underany U)wti
nent erceeueathHi beKUneftlr inty-h,1
19W, and prior tp October 10, llOtf, ali
such nettlement or oceitiwtloa being for '
bidden. - -. -'.
Willamette PHncipnl Meridian.
T, 1 If., R. 20 K., hll Sees. 1 to 18, 21 te .
28and3BtotHncl. , .. -. '.
T. ft N., It. Id K , till 8ecs. 1 to 18, 23 te
27 and 3 to 30 incl. '
T. 3N., S. 1M 'K., all tb t po:tion in
Oregon. ' -
T. 3 N., R'. 20lC. (.alt. '; " ' t
T.SN R20 K., M W.ct .eort'ott lb
OVrgoi . -.,
T.N.,i(,JK.,sH. E '
T. 8 N-,'H. hi K., all that ypatilon bi
T 9 H. 22E., all 0eta to b, ia to 31 f
snd 28 to 38 fact. ' '
T. JCiv.n. a B 1il4es. 4, 88 and
aoelh tif -Coliinrbia'ltrrer and all Boee. I, -9,
ft to 21 and 2H to-33 fuel. .
V. ProwMtt Acting OwmiuJoner &
the UenenH lond Olllce.
Frank Fierce, First Assistant Secretary
of lha Interior, - - h .
6 acres, about 7 miles from cent
er of Portland, i mile from electric ,-1
car line station, nil well fenced,
arnl in fine bearing orchnrd, a 1st ,
nil kinds of berries and vegetables, : .
5 room house with toilet, bath, hot
and cold water, fine wejl, tower ,
tsnk and wind mill, 100 higjh . '
grade ciiickens horve and wngon,,
tftany etlier implements, pric
IToOOtO, will take KM) acres t
goid witeat land, In, exihwtige for
part. r ..- ' ; 1
Have 0 acriw, f timber latid,'a
few lot lii tmi toast town in Ore -'
gon, and a Irniited amount ofcash
for tills we waift : wmnll wheat
rodn, well bniHWrsa hi good
part of PorfUiifl. '00x100 lot. one .
block from far line, liovia not en- .
ptJety modern, hofirn Iwmade io
wHIi small eip'iiBe,'priceYMX)0.W '
win take in f.xehaiige. ' good wiiest J
taiidw to !O00, to WOOC.OO T
Any oiro'Wrebi D p in ioriii ntl ifn
regnrdin any ct the above ;
inquire et llwtr ?r rf- .
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