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About The Ione bulletin. (Ione, Or.) 1913-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1913)
iONE, OREGON, JUNE l4 1913
Orders Mankafl to Tktt Effect-
$207.78 m BUU PiU-WiO
Put Ordmuce Prohibit
bf Eflttrug Salooa
The City Council met Tuesday.
evening with Councilmen Moore,
Bryson. Perkins and John Coch
ran present and Mayor E. L.
Padberg presiding1. Also present
C. J. Pennington, recorder.
Bills to the amount of $207.78
were audited and ordered paid.
After a thorough, discussion of
the matter the council ordered
the marshal to see that pool halls
in the city remained closed on
Sunday. The motion was made by
councilman Perkins and seconded
A committee has been appoint
ed to draw an ordinance prohibit
ing any person, including the pro
prietor, from entering a saloon
on Sunday. Provisions will be
made in the ordinance in case of
accident such as frozen water
pipes breaking, etc
WOULD SELL BUSINESS
On account of the poor health
of Mrs. Cochran, the lone Meat
Market isor sale aa is noted hi
our advertising eoluma. Mr. Coch
ran, has been ih the business herVj
for over eifhi mom- n hasrttre)
beat equipped shop in the county.
He also does a fine business all
the year around and during the
summer months the sales are en
ormous. TELL US THE NEWS. '
Please remember that the ed
itor is. a comparative stranger
and will appreciate any local
news you may be able to give
him. Accounts of marriages, en
tertainments, parties, etc. can be
mailed or phoned or brought di
rect to our office and we will give
them due mention. The names
of visitors in town or doings of
lone people new living in other
placees make interesting news
and the editor will be glad to get
them. Help us make the Bulletin
a real home paper for the people
of Morrow County.
CLUB MEMBERS TO MEET
An important meeting of thej
lone Commercial Club will be
held tomorrow (Friday) night at
the usual place at 8:3a The com
mittee on by-laws will report and
the members will pass upon the
same. Also all bills to date will
be passed upon. The celebration
committee will also report The
presence of every member is
The contest to determine who
shall be Goddess of Liberty for
the 4th of July parade has notJ
opened very strong but H is ex
pected that it will become more,
spirited la a short tins. The
votes this morning were Mabel
Davidsoa 60, Mae Ganger 60,
Dorothy Taylor 36 Senna porter
SS, Marie Casost 3H Amanda
Cartsosi 2b Dorothy Ganger SB.
Mrs. Ed Bale of Heppnerts visit
ing hersosw Jewel, this city.
Cecil Hale is spending the day
at Ua brother's also. - -
Mrs. Heary Streeeer of Cecil
pent several days ia lone this
week having her Httks eon's Can
Beach Haines has the cleanest
kitchen at the lone Hotel that
one will find in a year's travels.
Also Beach decided that to keep
it clean h must keep out the
flies and therefore had built a
screen affair that keeps Mr. Fly
out entirely. During . the past
week Mr. Haines-also had the
office of the hotel repapered.
w. J. ruyear has mad many
improvements in his cafe the
past -week. A fresh coat of
paint inside and out, with a neat
Bign on the window helps roe
looks a .great deal Ha has
also added a new pool table..
A force.ofO-W.R & N. painters
are putting a new coat on their
buildings on the . branch. They
brightened Op the local depot and
other buildings this week' and
they now present a fine app
TWO MARRIAGES -
THE PAST WEEK
Miss Ca-sieB First Jnt Brie-
Gracs Brows Marries Teaag
Annie M. Campbell was the
first June bride of this yteinitjr
when, by the words of eupid's
agent. Rev. Van Winkle, a
was anited-in marriage with At-
uinaaiii ins ulaw. UBlMtswnl
at uie home of the. bride's par
ent's, Mr. and Mrs WX Camp
bell They will- live on the
groom s ranch on Rhea Creek
And have the sincere wishes of a
host of friends that their voyage
on the sea of life will be a happy
one. The Bulletin extends its
Miss Grace Brown of lone and
Robt Burroughs of Skamania
County, Wash., were united in
marriage at the home of' the
bride's parents in this city at
8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning,
Rev. Van Winkle tying the nup
tial knot. They left on the train
the same morning for the
groom's home where they will
reside. .The best wishes of their
friends and congratulations of
The Bulletin follow them.
Adrian Engleman brought in
his usual crates of eggs Monday.
Mr. Engleman believes in letting
the hens do the work while the
wheat ia growing and thereby
has a little spare cash at all tunes.
Mrs. M. B. Haines . went to
Portland Monday where she will
visit relatives for ten day or
more and take in the Rose Fest
ival She will also have her eyes
examined by a specialist. .
Jaa. Carty and Pat Corns
brought a band of beef tattle ts
lone Saturday from Tub Springs.
They were bought by Mr. Blake
who snipped to Portland Sunday.
Mrs. Deseh. Vhe visited sev
eral weeks in lone at the noma
of her sister.' kfra, Bert Meeoe,
left Saturday Car her home at
Ls&oBse, Waslungtocv- .
... Algott LandeU is spending the
week hi Portland. praeumaMy to
see that a certain yoang school
teacher doesn't get lost In the
iLao festival crowds. -
: A.K. Johnson went toPorthuid
yesterday but will return for the
foota after which he will take
Mrs. Johnson to tnetrhosaeui the
K. H, Tomer retarned from
visit to Spokane Thsnday.
HEAVY RAIN AM) HAIL STORM
DAMAGES CROPS OF MANY
MORROW CO. FARMERS
Several Lose Entire Stws--Dtfwnpoar of Water
Follow Hail, Washing Away Barns and
Drowning Qiickeni and Hogs.
From the various reports thatl
have been bromrht in rrardin(r
the heavy rain and hailstorm of
last Saturdsy it isjipparent that
considerable damage was done to
the crops of several fodjvhhial
farmers but the grain as a whole
is greatly benefited by the mouv
ture. Mosjt of the damage was
done in the Gooseberry, country
where, we artold, the haif fell
in specs several Inches deep ia a
very short time and was follow-,
ed by a downpour of water.. It
is said that in some places a foot
of water fell in two minutes and
that during the .worst- of the
storm it was impossible to see
farther than 26 feet In several
RACE PROGRAM FOR JULY 4TH
JN IONE SHOWS $275 IN PURSES
. '. ft-;-, - -'" ' L- - "t - -
First Race, 8:30 p. mr
lt-2 mile dash free for all to carry
1-4 mile dash for horses that have
8;8 mUe dash (consolation) for beaten horses, to
-carry 125 ih.Sklx.:.
14 mile dash for ponies under 14
All purses to he divided as follows: 70 percent to winner, 80
per cento second horse.- - ij ; r " :
m Entrance fee of 10 per cent of the amount of each, pome will
be charged. Five to enter and three to start in each event
Committee: C. & Sperry, J. H. Bryson and a & McNabb. '
EDITOR IONE BULLETIN:
Please enter the name of.
post-office address '. i
for , year subscription at $130 per year.
The flour that makes better
. ; t bread .
Ask yourGrocer ,
; I have (or sale in- extra fine spaii .
' of. brood maresl Orrtf with colt by
' : sidr25 2-year-dd stock heifers with
',, calves; and 1 yfWling jacL
places the roads were washed
vim. mmi iwu pavu scvenu mb
high In the canyons. The hail
storm also hit several places near
Condon and wiped out a few
wheat crops besides killing many
Some of those who were, .hard
hit by -the starra are: J. A. Lov-
gren, whole crop; Elxa Sutton,
whole crop; Wm. McClintock,
whole crop; . Ed Daitell, 'barn
washed out; Wm. Mackie, 140
acres of grain; Fred Akers, 800
acres of grain; Newt King. 80
hogs; M, & Ball, header and 120
chicaens; Ralph Akers, 160 acres
grain and 350 chickens, and many
others had small losses.
not started at . --;:. 1 M
.Purse $ 60. p0
1:09 tl m.
Hands high,, uPurse f 25.01
- A lawn party was given last
Thursday evening - by the young'
people's class of the Christian
Chdrjch Sunday School on Mrs.
Dobyns' lawn and with- their in
vited guests the party numbered
close 'to fifty. Outdoor games'
were played and the orchestra
rendered several selections. Rev.
Van Winkle gave two short com
ical readings. The evening wss
fine and the party was not dis
persed until about eleven o'clock.
The lawn was -beautifully dec
orated with Japanese lanterns. '
Rev. Van Winkle will attend
the .State convention of The
Christian Church at Turner and
expects to be gone about a
month. It is expected that in
the near future a minister will
Kve to take , the pastorate of
local Christian Church.
Daauge toHay Safht "sad , Other
Cress Greedy Btaefites1 by
the Heavy Raia.
There was an onusally hard
electrical storm ia this region
Saturday, which was followed by
soaking hard rata,a general bear
eflt to every thing except the hay
and the damage will be slight to
en nit aansTr
Saturday caught a wagon that
Boyd Logan Was tightening the
tum on in the creek and washed
away one wheel. -
Dr. H. W. Copeland of Lex
ington was in Cecil Friday. He
is representing the John W.
Graham Co. of Spokane for
school supplies and also carries
a line of optical goods.
Mrs. J. W. Oathout, mother of
a W. Oathout, left Saturday for
her home in Minnesota but will
stop over for a few days in Port
Mrs. M. V. Logan and child
ren were passengers to Arlington
Saturday for a few days visit
witn friends there. f
Mrs. Carle of lone and sister
came down Friday for a few days
visit with Mrs. Franklin who
resides on the Rogers place.
L. E. McBee and wife and two
daughters came over from Pen
dleton Tuesday in thier auto for
a few days visit
Wm. Hynd of Sand Hollow
came down Wednesday return
ing next day.
Walter Pope was a visitor at
Ed. Mel ten went to Arlington
m Car jy ith -Oass
aaeat the Bank ei lone.
3, D. Cronan; Agent:
IONE WINS THE
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Oahr Three Hepanar, Batten Csn
aectSsidy With tVt BaB and
Fenrtsea Fan the Brsaa
The ball game at Heppner
Sunday was won by lone, 8 to 5; ,
The' lone boys started in at the .
rst of the game and hammered
hits to all corners of the lot, one
hit going clear over the stock
yards. At the last of the seventh
Rcitrnan was replaced in the box
by Thornton who stopped the
scoring, but . JoTad a safe
margin already7MFor seven -innings
only two Heppner play
ers reached first base, one being
hit and the other walked. Both
men scored on slow work by the
lone players after they had- the
runners caught between third
and home. In the eighth Inning
the Heppner people show4 very
poor sportsmanship by rushing
on to the diamond on a question
able decision by the umpire who -waved
a ball foul and later re
versed his decision-after two men
had crossed the plate. Heppner
batters made three scratch hits
and fourteen were retired by
the route that dyes the face-with
nri intra i -' . - . 'f :
Nona of the pifehnrs wens very ;
wiM.nnlv ftlvNit fiv Bian t rhf inf " 'nJ
, qMM,anIreep-cketi. the r
J. E. Cronan returned last Fri
day from a Portland visit While
in the Boss City Mr. Cronan act
ed as a pallbearer at the funeral
of his friend., Richard Wilson,
who died of heart trouble while
on a streetcar going home. Mr.
Wilson made a business trip to
lone about two weeks before his
death and is known by many peo-'
pie here. He bought the Gorton
ranch of 866 acres west of Mor
gan some time ago. He was one
of Portland's leading financers
and Will be greatly missed by his
associates. He was but a little
over fifty years of age at death.
SICK MAN DODfG WELL
Frank Woods, who was quite 1
skk at Monument, was -still able
to be moved and was brought to.
lone. He fc at John Bryson 's res
idence and is getting along first
rate but no visitors are allowed
to see him. It is expected he will
be entirely recovered in a few
weeks. . .
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