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About The Ione bulletin. (Ione, Or.) 1913-1914 | View This Issue
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For all kinds of fancy Wines,
: Liquors and Cigars
-"Olympia" Beer on draught at all times
Make my place your headquarters
; V.when in lone. 1 -V
A BIG SUCCESS
Visitors Entertained in
. Royal Manner by
i Their Hosts. -
' I have for sale ah extra Bne span
of broodmares, "one with colt by
side; some fine driving horses and
one extra fine saddle horse.
J. T, KNAPPENBERG
; IONE, OREGON
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V ' IONE.ORE&ON
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List your property witK '
; R;N. Hymer "
&neral Real Estate Dealer, IONE, OREGON r
V v J have a large hst ofproperty in many other , -, :
, ''v states. See me before you leaver I mj ' (
have just what yoju want. . - - -V "
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: Money to Loan on First Mortgages ; v;;
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Heppner, ' Oregon
Odd: Pieces of Harness
fan be had here at any time. There m nothing in the
haraett line that we k not keep. We haro evwry
thing from bit to kicking strap. AO of the fineat qual
ity procurable and in all the approred atjdear Our
; prices are alwaya reaaonable. J - ' '-, ,
. BURGER & HIGGS .
The Bulletin Does The
Chsciest Job Printing...
Bert Mason returned Sunday
from Portland where he was
guest to the jobbers and man
ufacturera oft that city during
"Buyers Week," when about 800
merchants registered from alt
parts of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho. . : - , ,V!
: iAa each man -registered, the
ater tickets were given him. so
that his wife might hare somel
way of amusing herself while he
was about the eity on business'
or attending any of the meeting7
or entertainments that had bees
provided. A blanket ticket was
also given each guest which pro
vided for every detail, even down
to carfare, for the various en
tertsinment features which has
been given the visitors during
the week..!' ' -j -
Tuesday evening a smoker was
held with'a Dutch lunch' served..
Wednesday noon they were the
guests of the Portland Ad Club,
and sight-seeing trips were given
tinrbtiyers about the city in spe
cial cars. I In the evening busi
ness lectures were given to a
large assembly on practial busi
ness methods. Thursday even
ing the buyers were entertained
at the Pantagea and. Empress
theaters while during the day
they were, the guestsv af the
Union Heat Company, inspect
ing the great stock yardaand
its modern establishments. .
Friday evening informality
lent sest lo the gathering of the-!
Buyers, jobbers and manufac
turers at the banquet given at
Portland Commercial Club. . -
It was a happy,- unconventional
affair where every speaker in
dulged n harmless pleasantries
concerning his neighbors, which
cemented a new binding of
friendship between the visitors
and the Portland business inter-
ta. Saturday 'terminated the
the entertainment and visit of
the country merchants when a
jollification was held at the Oaks.
From the standpoint of both
the buyer and jobber, the first
Bayers Week was acknowledged
a distinct success.
Merchanta who bought $500
worth of merchandise during the
week were refunded their rail
road fare, ,. , ... d
' We haw recently oiganized in connectioa with our eompeny, an Engine,
aring Department, h is the purpose of mis department to aid in all questions
along the building Kne that may come up. '
'. Mr. Harold E Crawiord. a graduate architectural enaineer, wiB be
ated with nie ckparbBent and iHs hoped mat m this way we ahaH be abb to
reoder a real service waauam possibie.
' For prospective builders who are unable to get local architects to aid them
in their problems, this department will submit sketches and wiQ endeavor to
advise in regard to the beet methods of prncsedure. For special Jobs where
such local service is not available, mis department w31 furnish- plans and brief
specmcations to our cuaiottienv In special instance sup&Hntendence during
course of construction, whenever possible, may be furnished through this do
pajtrnent. - ' ; y r- 1
It is not our purposs-by organiamg this department, to compete with local $r J
architects and contractors m the etatgning of local buildingt; ramer It Is thot .'
that we shall be able to aid customers who are not able to get such local
to serve them in this way. We ari endeavoring to improve our facuities in
rendering emoent service to our customers, p: -;..v?v
' Trusting mat we may be of service to yaw
"engineering department, we are, ;
u the ninam-Arough our
Yours very truly, t "t'
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
W. H. CRONK, Manager
IfiNF nRFiXIN a
Sale Posters printed; at this office oh
short J notice-OrdeiS filled same day
received. Prices very Reasonable...."
Geo. Bitchie is holding down a
job aa sausage maker in . a
Pendleton meat market
alias Agnes Pennington went to
Pendlenton Tuesday to visit
during the Bound-up. ...
Miss Joey Woolery returned,
Sunday from Portland In order
to be hero for the opening of
school Monday. ' k
lira. Oscar Cochran andJ
Georgia went down to the Tom
Iin ranch near Morgan Sunday
after some peaches.
Mrs. Rose Campbell and Mrs.
Chas. Sperry have new fail and
winter millinery on display. Mrs.
Campbell arrived from Portland
last Friday night.
Mrs. Cronk and son, Earl, are
back from -their Eastern trip,
where they have been spending
the peat few months, in Wiaeen
sra and Canada.
Mrs, Ed Brlatow and Miss
Blanch rMstow were down to
Jack Hynd'a peach orchard near
Cecil Tuesday. They any Jack
bee arid over two tone of fruit
atnauy and still has a eoupte
more tons tor sale.
W. F. Honey, of Gresham W
a member of the Oregon-j -
Land Co. which own some - .
acres of land tn this view- t was
a business visitor here the nm
of the week .and had hi
added to oar roll of honor.
Outfit Yout Boy ! From Our Fine Line
We arc Exclusive Agents Foir The
-'. " v : Famous : .
-Kthian-Barker CoV 1 "
. , ; We . also have a nice assortment of
Pens, Penholders, Pencils, Iiiks,
and Tablets -rl
For you to choose from.
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T. Walker Estate
I0NE-. X A. Waters, Manager -OREGON