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About The Ione proclaimer. (Ione, Or.) 1???-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
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lone. Oregon Nov. 0, 1909. t
lone Town Officers.
KTor.. Z. L. Padbarg
Hetorctwr C. J. iiimnnioa
Traaaurer J. A.
Harihall T. J. Carl.
Coo table W. 0. C'mud
Sapl Light and Wai plant Br. B. Millar
t. U. tMl.lftCr
K. T. Parkiu.
K. T, ilmm
C.B. 8 xxriT
tmOHM 01 SCHOOL DISTRICT
OUrk H-T. wmin
SC. J. Pennington
W. O. Cwui
t-.OFFIClM AT TBI DALLES LAND Off IC
Kefliur C Miura
Kccl..., Lni II, Arnoaon
bodies Neat as follows:
'f'flaaont Wadnaaday nighfe mi a pradin:
tha HVit lull moon of aah mulith.
- odd Pallttwi-Erer 3tiiW nirtL
Kebekah.-'FIntaud third Thur.lir craning
CKCIL MUWB W. O. W.', Saj. 7J, HlMti flnt
and third BaiurrUr oTeninr. ol each utnnlh.
MO HO AN 1,0 DOB I. CO. F. No. Jul, mU
wctj invrMar night at U organ
'A11 communication l. as far as
possible, should Feaoluus nQt later
than Tuesday nignt. PJease bear
t,M in .mind and have pommun'a
iiopi in on rkj'pitp'r. .
Auyone in need of lime, cement,
' and shingles call and teeO F Par
ker before going, elsewhere. .
Airs Downing is spending thin
Hreek with Mrs Hnlvorsen.
EH Andrews is rece'ivinfc ayiait
from Ins father who lives at Ash
land, Oregon. u . . i
'Duffy' Kinjr. .tten. to Portland
17 1.- lit .t.,,1..
22 hal of mules that belong to
Law D.ivid-iou cams up from Port-,
land Weditmday where he ' has'
had tlicin working. ;
, , 1 will hny nil old cunt ir.m, rag
popper, u,u' -rubber tmlil J
't iLiintlm'f tint Inml.
U W Swaiison.
John Louy enmo up from Port-:
Iftiifl Mamhiv an buKineap.
Attorney Voir'V'rfctor of Hepp
ner was in town Monday.
A. Ambler is here for n business
trip. , t
1 -iliB barber shoo is-bciiiff nicelv
fixed.u'p with new floor coverinf.
Dr CliiaV, when returning froiv
a trip to the country Wednesday,
liftd a run-a-wny and hurt his leg
mill liail ilia lull ir lip nf Ilia liutnjv
broken before he not his team un
der control. -
'J-A 11 kinds ol Postal cards and
Novels at the Chick Pharmacy.
,s ?ur and Mrrf George Ritchie iw
visiting with Mr and .Mrs (Jriflin
llirs wckf UvorgQ hnviiift returned
frpm a trip to I'cndlcton, Moudny.-
V T J. Mationry 'veatt dojrn on s
biiines trip from Hrpplirr l'rt
' Kred ftitchie and wrte reti:nil.
irom INmillrloh Monday. ,
' FOK SALE Oil barrsl(-V2-iiU
loti) II. enciriit the Tower '.Iliiusr.
E Miller. Cilf KngincM-r.
t Judge K T Perkins of Zou If
showing how populnr .he--is tvilh
"tht young people of this city Inas
much as he has perfqrurd the last
three marriage cerernonie llml
have been herr, lit each raw it br
ing girls and boys who hare lived-
I 1. -II d.-;. liiM ...1. bp Im
hare counted T. as one M tWir
beat friends all this tiire.
Mrs Bit mm jhs brought Ilie Pr
eUiiner wop!t some nu-e eitinft
apnlus last week. ; We eortainly
4(TirecinU her retuetobrttiCP.
...Altkindif ol Postal cards and
Novels at the Chick Pharftmcy. -
' French Curroiifhs .who unJer-
irpat an operation st Ileppnerlast
week it on the highway to recovery
Ur aiid Mrs A T king a re ku in;
away tomorrow fttr a ,yit among
relatives at Cascade Lock), Hood
River and other points and will i
main away until about Christmas.
)lr Padbarg tr brought two p
tatnes to town this Week froin th
ranch of his soli Will, the combin
ed weight being 74 pounds. The
can be seen at the Bank.
0. B. Shaver returned Thursday
fronia trip owetlnnd to the interior
where hertook a St LoUis Commer
Amcsig the Ioim people, who
were summoned as witnesses before
the Grand Jury,- now in session at
Heppner, were) Bert Hasdn, Joe
Waters, E. T. Perklm,Joe Crotian
Ed Ball, y. a.' Smith, Kd Miller
Dave.i Biggerstnff, Htmpy, Chirk,
Dr Chick, Lawran;t()ndtgan. Joe
Beasley and John Johnson. ,(
- Mrs Nash of Ceci is visiting her
son Frank and hfs wife in lone.
i Mr Winters and children and
arid Mrs Jolm GalkVr and children
went to Idaho Tliursd,sy. ,
Mrs Coffey and -daughter came'
from tho Valley yestenlay and will
go to Foy on bustneo trip after
whicJi she will return to Ioi;e for
the winter. , '
Mr and Mrs Frank Wilson are
the proud patients of son that wn
born Thursday nTgh( at Mrs Jor
dan(e private hospital here in tone
John" Harhke wnssliakinghands,
with liia many friends here last
weak, ... :
Lew Davidson's family spent
last week on tits ranch. t
Tlje meat .market, has- a jiew
butcbiii the 'person of Otto
Bsackhaus. t Mr -Jtnf us Cochran
purcJiased the, bnuss on Main
street jHiere Oscar Cochran lived
so Inng ud has reitc'd. it to Mr
The Proclaimer for $1.50 ayr
The Youth s
T O R E V & k if
TH E FAMILY
fe"Hl3 volu:r.o for jy:j trill
ffifq give for au amount
of good reading equivalent to
twenty 400-pagc book Uktory.
fiction, scicace, Liojrsphy and
miscellany costing crtlimrily
fi.50 each. Samflj; Copies of
The Youth's Co::: pen ion end
Announcement fcr 1507 will W
sent to e:iy T.trc3s freer
Every New SuLccribcr
AM vtL it r3-..3-3 (.1
n.rj ttH attic t
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and gavr thvui ) ! iiru .,u; 1 .'i?',
it Wfint u , ' i muu; 1 ;. 1
Versary. On iitfiuu.l rf, tin -;
agreeable wejitlttl vcmxiu
not )trBKHU. ' "e wt, v
sdeutiia suciul way ami ilutu-fttf.
departed. at a late hour wirtut).
Mnaud.Mrn Lindstrom man) nn.iV
happy years of nmrricd life. .
All kinds of Postal enrdf ant
Novels at'the Chick PTmrnmry.
Swen Troedson inatlc u 1 ;ne
trip to Huppimr thin week.
Theodora Benedict and Gtorce
Martin left on Tuesday's train for
Walla Walla where they will
I will buy old cant iron, cj pper.
sacks, rwbl-er, sine and raus. Bill
Swehssn. . t
1 Hilma Sirenson is spending this
week in lone with her brother Will
and family, .
Mrs Benedict and .daughter Vol a
went to Heppner last week., and
Oscar Lund)) and Miss Patrie
attended tlie party at O E J.iud-
stroni' last . Friday night. - .
Mrs Corrie Hubbard of Imlepeml
ence, State Preiident of the Ite
bekab Lodge of Oregon, visited
the lodge of this place last 'f ueday
evening aiid gave a fine address.
8he left on Wednesday for Le.Ting
tnn where she addressed that lodge.
All le nds of New Hatioiiev,y.and
some dandy Birth-day Postalcartrs
at the Chick Pimrmacv.
V G PiV'mitletr And fa 1 ily. Uft
Monday for Eugene where they
wlll spend the winter. 1
. A C Morgan had one o bin driv
ing horses cut in th wire 'last
Mrs V C Diliiham and 'child
ren hare moved into the ( F Mar
vel house for th winter.
1 ' ..
i an iojerateon performed on
la's .threat. ...
A Coiiipifete Stock of
Garpets atid Window Shades
New 1909 Wall Paper. All kinds of Fnrniturt
Repaired Mi Renmshei Iron teds RclDaroelcpr
Anything not carried in stock will be ordered at a Reduction
6. & M00RB,
IONE, m -
THE BANZf OF I0INE
Has served the community of lone with bank
ing facilities for .several years. , In doing
this we have had the co-d'peration of
our local people. We are bet- ?
ter prepared than ever to
take care of the bank .
'.";'. ing business of .
. . this com-
munity. , , '
Conservative business is invited. ?a7
Capital , JI5.0A0.
Surplus and Undivided Profits $4,090.
J. E. Conan, President.
T, J. Mahoney, Vice President,
. J. V. Cronan, Canliier.
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