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About The Ione journal. (Ione, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1915)
. The Bank of lone cordially invites your account
, subject to check or on Certificate of Deposit, with
the assurance of courteous treatment
3. it CRONAN, President. "
, T, J. MAHONEY. Vice President " "
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tt fent a' question alone of whether you
want a better salary- it's a hard condition
-,of life that yon must face to protect your
. self and thoM dependent upon yon. j
You can't stand still- it you don't want 1
to go backward, yoa mutt go forward
that is, you've got to om motti . ,;
Earning more mean holding a better
chance to provide for the, future.
Thouaands upon thou sand who once held low,
poorly paid positions now earn high aalariet ai a
result of letting the IjtTSBjr atjom a l CoaaaspoND
bmcb Schools show them how to accomplish the
change. During last year About 4,000 students vol-,
untarily reported increases in salary amounting to'
OTsr two million dollars! Every month an average of 300 men voluntarily
report to us advancement in position and earnings. Why not make
YOUR start this month? ,
HOW TQ DO IT
dimply mark on the coupon
the position yoa wish to secure,
then tear out and mail the coupon
to the International Correspond
ence Schools. This puts you
under no obligation whatever but
allows our experts to adapt a
Course to your individual needs
you've got re earn mere sroaey.
The I. C. 5. svfff hip yea.
wm yam cae mm mtmrt leoayr
. 7 J. N.fcKinnell, Route Mgr.
202 McKay Bldg. :
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r-- REAL ESTATE -
Br owifBR 120 acres, Yamhill'
County, 100 Incaitlvatton, 10 wood
lot, W pftatopa. ea-atata- lgb wayfrotw lone, arrra, good room
with auto delivery, milk and mail house nud barn, plenty of water.
aprlng water piped, family orchard '
40 mite to Portland; rail and river!
passage, team, t cows, 4 betfera,
4 sows, SO pigs, binder, drill, mo
wer, rake, wagon, anrrey, harnese, !
hay, wheat and oats; some cash,
some trade and terms- $180 an acre.
A H. Emoq, Amity. Or Ift-lT
II akoolw roa SALt reasonable
price, apply art Journal office, lone, i
Wanttj Position on farm by ex
perienced man and wile. Good re
ferencea furnlened. Daughter 12
years old. J. I. Bowea, Condon,
Oregon. Boa 280 H-ie
Widow 38 and arlrl 18 Inheritrix of
farm and property to town.
Worth 8 to 10,000 dollarsv would
Ilka the acquaintance of gentleman
" for marringe. Dead 10c for parti
enters. Mdles free except postage.
Knehl,lT4W. cUreet. 8t, Paul
Twkntv t'ook Books Kree. Nod"pH
catea. New m-lpee. Send one dme
and we wtfl lell where to oht. in
tbera. The J. O. MltcbeH Hls
Co . Berkely, Cat. 0 lg-lnn
Fob Ha lb Medicine Route. Estab
lished 10 years. Alo aersa of
land In WeMtero Washington for
aale or trade, JB acres clri red. bonae
- barn, water, 40 tonn of bav. CM.
Wood, ttnobomlsh. Wash. Box t.
MA rut Hundreds wealthy members
w tubing to marry soon; descrip
tions free; reliable clan. Urn. w ro
be! boa , Oakland, Cnllf. ,ft-1ft
Fine Pronnerona general store tn a
thriving Eastern Oregon City for
sale or will trade for grst etas
whemt ranch arond lone. This Is
flrat rbkaa trade and win -merit
fnveetlgatloa. Apply lona Jour
nal, lone. Oregoa.
OW At ktaa of Uood Wheat Land, has
been farmed, all feneedj-will tase
reakdence la The Dailea, as part
rkyment. Balanee oa tense, prfcw
14 par acre. loan Bsaity Co.,
- Box ICS, Ioaa Ora.
E. A. CLARE,, Cashier.
MTTiafreMi CerresseeeCatt SCasets
Box SM, ScraBtoa, P.
(Ihm topUla, wilkmt lartbtf abllnttoa aa af
irt. ksw 1 cia anility Id! tka poililoa, trads,
rolaMlM baton wklch I urked X. T
ttaetrlta I Wlrmua
rosliry r 'f
d -Cud WiMm
I daw Trim nine
Induttrii I Detlsfiliis
Hf - .TKi,, tl
In the lone Journal, it gets tm-
buMiese. One of the $1. ads sold
--a; ffi.OW pfere of property test fait,
we may be able to do the same for
wBIiAT jnn For Sals ttev-nmlW
to need this fair) 4O0 acres In stubble
cut this year. All stock and Imple
ment go with place, $25 per acre.
Some caah, balnnce terms, per
cent Interest. Will except a home
residence In Penileton, aa part
f ay meat. lone Reality Co., Bos
S2, lone, Oregon.
Fob Balk ob Kbnt Quite a number
of first class properties, see na and
And out what we can do for yoa.
We are agents for leading Fire and
. Life Insurance companies. Try a
local firm and see how we get re
sults, lone Realty Co. Box 162,
lone, Oregon. -
Idaho Rbd Obdab Fane Posti. Tn
ear load lota, at ne F. O. B., John
' Reed, Clark Fork, Idaho. IS-S2
DAMES AND DAUGHTERS,,
Anna Suns baa retired after teaeav
lag fortT-tnres years la Columbus OJ
Mrs. Margaret Garwood of Phlladel
nhi M oaa hundred and asvan yean
aid. Wstive of Ireland.
Mrs. D. H. seaman of Brooklyn, M
TM wtu drive her aoto to the Padae
eeast, taking aobay aloag s attend ss
At a festival held Is Lea Angelas,
CaU Mrs. Lucy M. Bennett appeared la
a dress and bat which she bought from
AJirsbaai Lincoln when be managatt a
eoeatry store. Mrs. Besaett was ana
mi the early minots pionssrs and si
stveaty-et ysara akt
Mrs. B. A. Cook, a rormer emptoree
fa a aotal fa fteeramenta, OaL. wha
recently wa ssarrtsd a B. A. Oasa, a
resltay su at Oalveatas, Tea, r
tamed to SacrsaieBto, boocfat tha aataf
and SBseharged Hue aoneeaeeper, fat
Alung a fsrbpheey aiade laat saauaar.
Assiae-Osa yew lean sat 10t TenH
-Way. yaa aw aw SBO aaw. aaaar
SM WW Teas the Wslahbeet
It ts esriy saOeaal afeasry tsag a
Bean Ksttf. law artvato kfssjef ta
repestss) ay year ilgik sr-Wessaa's
AHentown, Pa. PguUnfl Fred
Goldsmith of Commiek, U L,
took refuge in barn during a
storm. The lightning; struck
pillar against which Paul was
leaning, ran down it and ripped
the man's shirt entirely from his
body... Paul's body was scorched
bat Fred was knocked uncons
Lake City, Fla. Georgia Gar
ner, 9-years-old, coughed up
small metal doll .which she had
swallowed three years ago.
Topeka, Kana A. C Bartell,
police court reporter, had a tip
that some persons had buried
beer in their back yard. He ob
tained a grave digger's spade
and steathily entered the yard.
After much labor in w ht appear
ed to be a newly made grave, he
dugnip three chickens which the
people thatjday had buried.
Wakarusa, Ind When Coro-; For .the past week the Journal
ner Dr.- Walkinshaw performed office has been hearing, a great
an autopsy on a young womannumber of complaints because
following her mysterious death we. had six pages last week,
he found that her left king was Heart failure seemed to be the
no larger than a lemon: that her root of the evil.' One fellow
right lung was one-half normal wrote and said that we were
size; that her heart was about showing too much "pep" and that
one-half normal sise and that her
liver was many times larger than
it should have been, extending
to her fourth riband up into her
shoulder. The woman was 21
years old, and died of poisoning
of the intestines - r .
Miaaietown, H. X. To cele
brate their eighty-sixth birthday
Mrs. JVC. Barret of Edmonston,
and Mrs. . Nathan V. Band of
LeonardBville will be rocked in
the presence of their guests in
the old cradle in which they were
rocked when babies. Thev dlaim
to be the oldest twins in tfte
Temple, Tex. Cutting roses
in her garden, Mrs. Ed. G. Talley
heard htr baby cry in the house.
She Started to run indoors, trip-'
ped oOT . lawn mower .d fan.
xne BCiasors in nor nana piercea
her heart killing her Instantly.,
Crane, Ma W; H. Hilton, 66
years old. has a peculiar affliction (
which prevents his speaking to
persons near him. He can talk
. M . . Aim.
to gnimalS W persons tt. a dl8
tanee. ' J- -.-j1 I
Philadelphia. Pa.-SitUng on ,
th. do.r,U,p of her hom., , Mr. I
aiaaaeiena caiaina neara ner
baby utter a cry above her. ' She
looked up to see the child in a
window on the third floor lose its
balance and fall. The mother
sprang under the window in time
to catch the child. Neither was
injuried, beyond a slight cut on
the baby's lip. - . .
SYSTEM IN CITY BUILDING.
Saaw fMaolalss Asaly as la
Aa important asestoa af the eon re
boa af the A merles e arte ansaetatloB
was faeaatty seM at Washington and
was devoted ts etty planning, with
Jotaa Kolen af CambrMga, afaesL, flee
president ef the saeortsOoa. presiding
ta mtroiaetag the wmbfrct be saM:
-The snbject allotted for this session
to -Ctty Plaaafng.' wbleb seeds Is this
aasorlsllna vary StOe expiaasttoa be
eanso tt etrfaas at tha toot off so sway
ef ear rtrle ntoWatsa. I tnuk Hut tl
ta pa that att aseesssfal aaterp rises
of sjasattnda bare been ptasaed ea
leirrtasa. They have act eees aheat
by ens nee. Is cttj slannlag era roe
ognnw that WUUeaa of dollars ta atoa
ay aad snaar things saere praeleaa
tbee sjosey bare baas waabat baeaase
ef a tack af otaa. Oar streets, ear
sarka, -oar recreadea apaeea. ear
boaeas and bobbss give ampla elaesce
af as tbta The Srst sees, ft weald
seasa, teward the eelorJoa af ear serial
aad BSdaetrsu pi sows s s rasepr
as In plaa. We seed IraessMrtdUoa
ptsse to astva aar traanportetles prob
Itma; wa seed a eaaa ptaa to sMrlrt
ear ctrlem, to grve staMllry to Mad rat
asa and ss protert ertrtat wa eeed
as todaatrlal tfbarlrf ta order to glee
sfscleaey to tadeatry, aad r aeed a
sua for besasa far rb
ptaa tbero la
property osaasd. - CaoMaarrtal sclra
ry tasta apoa rspM aad cheap traaa
pertattss aff sseerhaadlaa apeai tse
proper ssrettea af eraser aad rag str
artaabJ aad farMea aisrtOstag
loaass aod spaaj eoateassd aoapht la
in union mere is strength is a
saying as old as it is .true. It
doesn't pay to be isolated and
solitary. It is. bad for business
and it is ruinous to any healthy
growth of life. Be neighborly.
Don't sponge upon each other but
be kindly aod helpful. We
annot live upon bread alone.
The brotherhood of humanity is
a noble thought to cherish, and
just as noble to practically live.
' How about a Journal subscrip
tion thi" winter? We can serve
you well. v , -r , -
There should be be no friction
in our little city. There should
be a mental interest in the pros
perity of our people. When we
see indifference to the well being
of its citizens, we see a town all
wise men shun. Success and
failure are each a part of life and
often those who have made the
hardest fight are vanquished
the race. . -
if we kept it up we would, ' have
half of the citizens in the county
scared to death. Yes and he'
said that there are few eastern
Oregon papers that have any
thing on the Journal for "pen."
i This is another argument thai
'Journal ads get results.
TOWNS FOR WAR VICTIMS.
slglan flefuoees In Hellsnd -Art
Housed In Structures ef New Design.
A new Belgtsa town la tieldertand
shoot five minutes' walk from the pic
tnreeque vtllsge of Nunspect, has arts
a as If by magic. It has snore la
habitants than any other tn the V
taws, the weU wooded, billy beathlsad
ef the province off UelderlandV.
Ttte tows Is one of the cities off raf
ga for the Betglsa fngltlvea that are
being or hare bees constructed In va
rtous parts of- Holland, and this par
ttcolar place Is made read; for a peon
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wltb barbed wire, and wlthta thai la
eiosar has been bollt a town off wood
ea tmlldtaga, a Iowa hi three parts.
from the other by long
xi .?edTbTdonbi. waiu
t axctode cold and sre eavered wttk
tbmt b) Impair tons to the wet Beef
UHltm can abeltar 2S0 persons, who
9Uitv tn ttttte rooms dextgned for gr
peraona each. The bandings are beat
r tmge atovea,
kmg ubiee and bsccbsa along
These dining sheds stand door
e the kltcbea. wbera tea big stoves
are kept going all day for eooklng. Me
separate rooking bi allowed m the
llvmg and aleeplag bulldlnga and ao
amok lag attber all for fear af a pea
si Me Bra, which might 'ha re Boat die
sstroue consequences ta thai town af
timber. The town is electrically lighted
Another targe lafngee town for 10,
000 people hi being built at Bde, also
ta tieidevland, aad other camps sre te
be made la other healthful localttiea
for tt baa been rvsnd abeoratotj aacas
sary to eveenate the Irst fogltlVf
camna. those hi aorth Brabant.. Zee
tend sad Llmbnrg,
la Mad af way the fUlgUas
these refage towns govera themeelvea
although the barguaMstar ta appoint
ed by the Patch gevernmest Dndet
htm stand the several parish priests
ho know tbeir flocks, baring Sed wttt
them to Holland. The priests cbooat
trustworthy tars to keep order -m tbt
tsrtvon ssetkine and to be spokes mec
for the people U tbey bare any thins
bv rsqaaaL Kvery day the borgomsa
tar Bsskas the ronnds af his town him
elf. aad any eo that wfcibaa ami
speak at aim persoaelly.
S ftY CARBIgD PIVB mil. S
s ... LION OIRMo. a
e . a
ttgOK NT aapselaisot wHh
te be a germ serryell af
aaelL yJWhH a Ms
efcekiog eg eases Hmiimusi of
9sPBoBBaoV A swjf n frSflsl
Ma Mlewa was aaoaht ta a
1 aetUe ef essrHlaad waaae. Whoa
g hbe peevleosl
eaamlaad M i
Z ereetaee aad lef
a w . .a
' Teeh the Hiat.
A wearied yea eg btdy hast en ad the
depener ef a tsdluea eeller by ro
asarktag as eao tevbed aai af toa Vsa-
oow. 1 thlak we art
Bring Us Your EGGS. Wc
Pay 20 Cents Per Dozen
. Brina Them In White Thy Are FRESH
"1 , . That Good Old-
vy:"' BEST ON THE MARKET -
ROYAL CLUB BRAND
Regular 1 lb. 45c, - Now 35c
Regular 21-3 lb. $1 Now 90c
Regular 5 lb. $2 'Now $1.50
SCREEN DOORS, WIRE SCREEN, POULT
RY NETTING AND SEASONABLE GOODS
OF ALL KINDS . '
, Come and look over our stock
. 'next time you are In town
. It will pay you. ;
F. S. Bender & Co. .
Flatly Equipped to Haedlf-tll
The lone Garage
. h H. BRYSON, Froprktor . -
Ue IONE HOTEL
M. B. Haines, Prop West Main S treat
Ul kinds jol light and heavy bn
Independent Dray Line
P; J. Linn, Proprietor
We can furnish your new home or
make an old one look llkff new with
complete parlor, dining room and
bedroom sets; also carpets, ruga, and
crockery Buffets, tables, etc. My
prices are right.
S. E. MOORE
Main Str eet
flnappnborB) CO. JoHnaon
Attorneys and Counsellors
at Lsvw , .
. Ioaa. Obeoop
DE. JOHN B. DYZ
Room 1 Ioaa Hotel, Ioaa, OregoB
Dr. C. C Chich
Phyetelaa and Snrgooa
lofs afJltoa was aot a wli. yet be Is
raportad to hare made a trashtag ra
ply h a gaasttos fross Charles II.
-De yoa aot think." said (be king,
-that yosr Wladaass Is a judgment ea
yoa for baring wrtttas la JaaUoeattsa
of say father's mardarr
-Ssr." rapttad the peat, nt b tree I
have test aay eyesight, bat U M tha
a prskleeeea are te be ee
es drrtae Jadcasata -year
aaa)sety ahoaW raaissabsr --taa fear
Repairs. Agtati For Ltmdlmg
Maim Stmt, torn, Oregon
allng done at very leaaoaanle p rises
C. B. Sprrx
Fire 1 nan ranee aod Rotary PwblH
Main St., 1 lona, Ora.
lono LodoNo 135 IOOr
Meets every Saturday night In
their hall, long. Or., Walter
Reitroan, N. G E. L. Padbarg.
V.G., fi. T. Perkins, secretary.
Visiting- brothers cordially
F H. Roblrtoon . a
Attorney at Lav - '" -4
, Praetlee la ail gnats Oourta
aod P. St rederal DsiatitiaoaSs.
af Aia ormsar
Iowa, On os?
Barre4 FlxtmanstH lUola
efffrs tot Hatehteft Pedigraw
BelRlan Hares and Pigeons,
send for our pnees end die
criptiona. Oregon Carneag Ce
Boa 279. Portland, Oregon.
H. J. Hamlet, Inanag-er.
Journal subecriptsons are L60
par-ear. Ho about RT -J "