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Morrow County 1$ the Richest County Per Capita In Oregon.
Ion I the Best City In Morrow Gounty
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IONE, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER fy 1909. ;
'--. Whole No. 566.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Fir Cord Wood, '
' , Slab Wood, -Any
CaU and get prices.
(NEXT POOH TOWOOLERY,S5EFLCij
RALPH HVMER. Poe.
I am certainly there, with the fancv Hnir cutting and smooth Shaving.
' CALL ONCE, AND YOU WILL CALL AGAIN.
Laundry Basket ana Mti-V in co&cct&oiL
Siarp razfers, lot sfiarp worts. Is Mr aAttv
. We will have Potatoes
, i. . . .
for $i. per 160 lbs.
G A S H
Leave wdcrs.t once
i For delivery Nov. ist
t TTS"E PACIFIC MONTHLY of
Portland Orecon i ,beatttiful)y
illnjtrated monthly mnpazine, .If
you are interetUd in dairying, fruit
raising, poultry raising or want to
Vnow about irrigaled lands, timber
Ijiiior free goverrtment lands
awlen to homestead entry, Tb Pa
cific Monthly will give you full in
formation. The price is fl.60 yr.
Offer No 1MClnraV Mngaiine,
. Woman's Home Companioa and
The Pacific Monlbly coating
will be sent at a special rnte of $3.
Offer Ko Mc Clurt't Magazine,
Review l Reviews an4 the Pacific
Monthly eosting 90. will bo sent
for 93.00 - '
; Offer No 3 Human Life, Ideal
Home and The Pacific Monthly
will be sent for $2.
Order by number and send your
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ey order for tt amount te The Pa-
"-ciAe Monthly Portl:wl Oregon. '
q a. Razors
NEW IRRIGATION BOOK FREE
"Well Irrigation, for Small
Farms" is a publication jnstiasusd
by the General Passenger Depart
ment, of the Oregon Railroad and
Navigation Co., and Southern Pa
cific Lines in Oresou.
This booklet sttsforth inapract
ical concise way, the possibilities
for profit of inexpensive-irrigation,
and ajiould be in the hands of every
farmer in Oregon,.
Copies may be obtained free on
application to Wn Mc Murray,
General Pasaengar Agent, O.R.&N.
and 8.P. Unas in Oregon, Portland
subscribe for the
a j ear. .
City Couno.il mat in regular ses
sion Tuesday evening November
2, with a quorum present. Mayor
Pad berg hi the- chair. '
lia amounting to 936 63 were
allowed. " ,
Upon motion of Councilman
Perkins the rtoorder whs lb trad
ed to post notices of regular elec
tion to be hold Tuesday, December
7th. ' .
As Judges of jnicb election D C
Ely and L E Ward were named,
tlte clerks to be 'John Coc-ftrnnand
Walter Pnyenr. .,: " ' '
' Upon motion it wub decided to
hold a caucus oti Tuesday evening
November Iflth for placing .names
for ward, for tlie.oflicea of Recorder,
Treasurer and three cotfiicilmen
who are to be elected in December.
Council adjourned. - - . f r
C,J rennington, Hecitder,
m SETTLER SAYS
NEXT YEAR A UW.m.
Mra M Jordan wiiocama to lone
w.hen jnet a little child, having
crossed overland,. and who hnaliv
led here oontinuounly tine, b&js
that this 11 an ideal fall. She laya
that it ban beenveveratyearaiinee
the outlook for a good year ahead
has been so bright and that ao
much rainfall followed each time
by warm weather and more rain,
j'ia a forerunner of opei winter,
much idfUture and beam arnin
COUNTY INSTITUTE. .
The teachers from this section
who have just returned from IhbU
tute, at Hepptier, speak in thehigh
est tcruij.of the seioiioii jiiPt cWt d,
saVitrg that County Superinten
dent Ntilseir knows exactly how to
arrange fur an Instruciivennd ben
eficial Institute. ' ' '
They- also rrjwrt IIckpner as
iros(i'jro;i and its-people optimi
tic for a good year. ,
: vzi emmm
y , .
. I.viit Saturday aftt rnon ai d
eveniiB the Chri-tian C htirch
rgsiilrntirtt En hh tY. itcelf
proud in giving one of the most sue
cestui events that hns taken plce
in lone for some time. The ladies
had the store room formi-rly used
by The PrO:faimcy,athflaIjaater;
and hid. it dreamt t v.iih Jiick
O'hauterns and grein iwij:s until
it appeare.l ncuriyVs fnii ylm.d.
Tn'dfi covered ' wilh liaudsome
lunch cloths were scattered about
and dainty tiietiit raid ave the
Untuf alaTjTea. The representa
tive of this paper who naa there,
claims to be a good judge ofdibies
and if there is any better cooking
in the country than was there, then
we will "have to be shown?. Home
mad candy and pretty household
and wearing articles were nicely
arranged and some quilts ' that
si to wed that tbc fame of even our
fore mothers, was excel led for work
meuship, were also on sale. Quite
a nice sum was realized, and all
considered, tbo ladies of tbe Chris
tian oiinrcli can pat tbcHselre on
tbe back as good business people
A NEW DISEASE.
Some of the people who went to
Grangeville, Idaho, about 'a year
ago returned and spread the disease
and now there is quite a following
gone from here over there. : The
latest being the three young marri
ed couples that lono has seeu start
ed on the voyage of life. We have
no doubt that Grangeyilleis a good
town and we do know thai it is
the better because, of the ( ne peo
ple, that lone has contributed.
However we are fearful that some
of our people over t ere who are
so used to open and comfortable
winters will not en oy tlje closed
in and cold term of many months
that is before i hem. 1'ut we wish
all success, particularly the six
young folks, who h.e grown up
here and who have the affection
of the whole eopkv
At the home A the bride on
Willow Creek, near lone, iliss
Grace Wattenburuer wne married
to Roy Conser Thursday morning
in the presence of relatives and a
few intimate 'friends. Judge Per-'
kins of 'one performed the cere
mony and tue young couple left
immediately after for ('rangeville,
Idaho where they will make their
hpme. The Proclnimer wishes
them all success in life.-
LOTS 0 PEOPLE
The sale by public auction hitt
Saturday of the last of tbe Kincaid
stock by the Assignee, E L Pad
berg, was one of the largest attend
ed and most satisfactory sales ever
attended in lone. The town lias
not been so full of people in over
two years on any shopping day.
Tbe purchaser j were local people,
none being here from Hrppuer.
This successful event shows plain
ly that advertising pays as ie m le
hereabouts has been so weil
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(IsoUted Tract.) Sorint Xo- ttmti)
Puf)!ic La'nd Sate.
V 8 Lrfnd Office ,Th Dnllw. Orfoa.
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Sol ice In. hermit v sirt-n that, as direct
ed bv tho OuinihiKtiiutier ( the (i-.ernlc
Land Olnce.jtnder proviilnm of Act of '
Congrcfi apprivl June 27, (HU, Public
NaStfl, WO will oflr al pnbNo taiot to
Ike highest bidder, at lO.o'vlock a in.,
onthelOthdnV of Nov. 1000 n xt. at thin
ortice, tlm hi Inwiiiit tract o( liuid. to wit;
SWXNW See. L8 T.iN. H.23E.W.M.
Any ptraons clnitr.ins advemif the
above-ilesvrlbcd lands are advised to file
their claims, or objpctii?. on or More
the day above desiirnateil for ile.
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GBSKKAI, LAND OFKM'F,
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NOTICE OF RKSTORATION OF I
r rum.1,1; i.AxiTo skttus-
iiKNl, AND ENTRY."
Notice ! horrby ch-ii that the Aoliait
SeweUry ol the Interior n vacated de
partmental orriur of withdrawal ia so far
an tbe hiiw aitvetajJuft jiUluiiMo
irrijiftjlon piirposod under theactofjnne
17, 1002 (S3 fttst.. 388) for nteta eonncc "
tiott wfth tlie I'lnatilja Project, Oregon,
of the (oljowing jlferiled uuuls fa tbe
State of Orpson, and by his authority
ancb of said tracts as have not been here- -tofore
finally rnatored and are not other-
wise withdrawn, reeerrad orappropriat '
ed, wi)l be aoliject tn ettlenwJit antler ,
the public land lawa ol the United States
on nd after October 16, 0(. but thai)
not be snbject to entry, flliniior selection ,
pnlil November 16, 11)00, at the United
States land office at The Dalles, Oregon,
warning being exprewly given that no
peraou will be per mitted to sain orexer . -,t
else any rWht whatever ntidarany tittle- T
inentoroccntiatton Iwgnn after July 6,
11)09, and prior tp October 10, 1WU, sl jy "
inch aettlentent or ocvuatiou,btli)g lor '"
hidden. ';;. ri. . -. -" t a ' --jj-T.
Wllfametie Principal Sleridttin'.-'-T.
I H., It. SO E., all Sees, lie is, SI to
Sfiand 3D toStlint-1, ' ,'
T. 9 N., R. 10 E.f all Sees. I to 18, SS to,
97 and 3-te 80 Inch
T.8N., K. 19 E., sll Ih t po.Uon in
T,SN.f R.S0E., nil. '
T.SN., R. 20 a'l ti.nt purt'op In
Oregoi , . " . - . '
T.2N., R.St E., alt.
T. 8 N R. SI K., sll tbat portion (a .
T. S N., R. S3 E., sll Se; a. t te 9, &o2 .
and 2ft to 33 incl.
T. 8 N., R. iit K., ah Kca. 4, 5, 6 and 7 .
aentli nf Coin nil'Ift Kiver und nil Hot. 8,
B, 16 to 21 and ai to 33 lnr i. i
8. Vlroudnr, Acting U'tmmifiioner of
the General Land OIKce.
Frank fierce, First Amtunt Scctelny ,
of the interior.
. 6 acres, about 7 milcf from cent-.
er of Porthind, niile from ofcclric
'oar line station, nil vtcll ft need,
and in flno bearing otchanl, also
all kinds of berries ni-d ve-sic-tables,
5 room hoifre with toilet, lnth,1iot
and cold witter, ftrtit well, towr
ten k and wind mill, 100 high
grade chickens, Imryu av.i nitgoM
many other iinilrmriitv price
$7600.00, will take lCQacrra of
good wheat fnml, in exchange for-'
part. . . .
. Have 80 acres of timber land, a
fcwlots.in he-t eon si ton n in Ore
gon, and a limited amount of cask .
for this we want a small wheat
farm, - ' " .
9 room well built, house In. good
part of Portland, 60x100 lot. one '
block from carllne lietiae not en '
tirely modern, Imt ran be made so,
with small expense, price toOOo-OO
will take in txchanrV Rood wheat
land np to 93000, to 14000.00 '
Any one wishing information
regarding any cf the abcv
inquire et the