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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1924)
Business Men, Farmers and Lovers of Base Ball, Meet Sunday, January 27, at lone Hall at 2:30 O'clock to Arrange for Team
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1924
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County ancf
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
' ' MIMIMI
New Cash Prices
In order to close out some lines, I
offer - -
$50 Duplex Howard Heaters at $40
$40 Duplex Howard Heaters at $34
New Cash Prices
In order to close out some lines I offer
$50 Duplex Howard wood or coal heaters at $40
$40 Duplex Howard wood or coal heaters at $34
$42 Regular Howard coal heaters at $37
$35 Regular Howard coal heaters at - $29
Our annual inventorie has been taken
and many odd ends have shown up
and those will be put onto a cash bar
gain counter, and first come gets the
w As soon as time permits, all stock will be
repriced and cash customers will not be paying
for losses caused by unpaid credit accounts.
IONE x OREGON
Radio on the Farm
KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH WITH THE WORLD
Concerts, lectures, news bulletins, market reports
You should know the price of wheat, sheep and
cattle in Chicago and Portland every day.
Only the latest makes handled:
GREBE ACE MURAD
Indoor or Outdoor Aerial Dry Batteries
Prices from $10.00 up
Ask when our demonstration will be in your vicinity
Reduced for this week
ELECTRIC TOASTERS . . . $4.35
BOUDOIR LAMPS $4.25
MAURICE A. FRYE
Everything Electrical - phone 472
Union prayer meeting on every
Thursday night alternating be
tweeo the Christian and Baptist
churches, at 7:30 o'clock. All are
invited to attend.
Farmers around Ion want tn
employ a new weather man, an
rerry Hopkins u not tiving sat
isfactiontoo much frost and not
Local Garage Does
Probably there are few towns
the size of lone in Eastern Ore
gon that can boast of a garage
that has developed the volume
of business in 1923 as has the In
dependent garage of this city,
owned by E. K. Lundell. During
that year, Mr. Lundell sold from
his gas pump 47,652 gallons of
gas, or four and one-half tank
cars of oil of 10.000 gal. capacity.
Besides this, 3,300 gallons of
lubricator oil was sold. Eighteen
new Fords, Stars and trucks and
three Studebaker cars were sold.
His total amount of business for
the year 1923 was $43,609.61.
This is a most remarkable show
ing of business and speaks well
of the progressive, honest, and
square dealing methods ot Mr.
Lundell, anil also demonstrates
the fact that such a business in
lone is a credit to the town and
Rebekah's Install Officers
A large crowd of Rebekah's
were present last Thursday eve
ning when the following officers
of Bunch Grass lie be k ah lodye
No. 91, were installed by Mrs.
Etta Bristow, district deputy
N. G. Mrs. Bernice Black well.
V. G. Miss Vera Engelman.
Sec Mrs. Verda Ritchie.
Treas. Mrs. Lena Lundell.
Warden Miss Ruby Engelman
Cond. Miss Anna Tillson.
R. S. N. G.-Mrs. Lila Moore.
L. S. N. G.-Mrs. L. Padberg.
R. S. V. G.-Mrs. Clara Howk.
L. S. V. G.-Mrs. A. Swanson.
I. G. Mrs. Leona Colvin.
0. G Mrs. Ethel Ritchie.
' Chaplin Mrs. Etta Howell.
Zelma Engelman is attending
the Binke Walker business col
lege at Portland.
Death of Mrs. Ivy Nolan
Mrs. Ivy Nolan, aged 47-years,
wife of W. E. Nolan, of Rhi-a
creek, sister of Mrs. H. J. Biddle
of lone, died suddenly of apo
plexy Monday morning. Besides
her husband she is survived by
six children. The' family came
to Oregon from Idaho about two
years azo and resided on rh Rid.
die ranch near Heppner. Funeral
services were held at the Chris
tian church in Innp nn WuH
Jan. jwra, iaz4. at 10 o'clock a. I
m., conducted by Rev. Spaulding
of the Methodist church of Hep-
pner. i he church was crowded
with friends and relatives. In
terment was at th Ki nir iam.
etery south of lone, services be
ing conducted by the Rebekah
lone lodge, the deceased being a
memoer ot the order.
lone 14 Heppner 13
The Hennnor hiirh huukufhull
team came to lone lust Friday
nieht with the Intpritinn of tab.
ing home the bacon, but after all
is said and done, it appears very
..u : r ..it . i . i i
uiucii na u an iney iook uat'K was
the rind. The came waa clnuo of
all times, lone keeping a slight
lead, ihe local boys had their
Heppner opponents bested in
everv wav. although rh am
does not show it. The final score
was lone 14, Heppner 13. The
Carl Linn 9
r f Lee 2
1 f Doherty 10
c Aiken 1
r g Moore
I g Hall
The lone eirls did not fare an
well aa the hnva alfho ihaii-taom
work was better than the Hep
pner girls, tneir basket shooting
was poor. At the final whistle
the score stood Inn ft. Hpmmcr
12. The boys are playing atMoro
and Wasco this Fridav and Sat.
Hills just don't grow big enough
to stop Overland! With the bigger
power of its bigger new engine,
Overland gives you a feeling that
it would climb to the clouds if
roads led up that far. Put this
amazing power plant to a test today.
COHN AUTO CO.
HEPPNER : OREGON
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The Harris Combine
You can cut your harvest expens
es if you use a HARRIS.
It will save the grain
For particulars inquire of
KARL L. BEACH
Lexington -i Oregon
Where the Sun Shines
Most of the Time
and the very air setmia to dispel worry,
Mid tone up the nerves.
One can pick oranges, climb moun
tains, dauce at fine hotels, bathe in
the ocean, visit old missions and play
golf all in one day, if desired; or
every day for months and each day;
4000 Miles of Paved Highways
The most wonderful system ot
hotels, apartmnnt houses, cottages,
bun (in Iowa and suites for the accom
modation of touriats in all the world,
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J. W. HOWtt. Agent
Wm. McMurray, Ccn. Paw. Agent, Portland, Or.
Open For Business
I will carry a complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Call and see me
Laxton McMurrey, Prop.
W YOUR DOLLAR will buv
more from my Dollar Counter
than any place you can invest in.
Take a look at the goods and com
pare prices with any list you
please. You have been aBkinf for
low prices and they are here.
Geo. T. Cochran of LaGrande,
Grand Master, and deputy Frank
Sloan, of Starifield, were here on
inspection of lone Masonic lodge
Wednesday night. A tine banquet
followed the meeting.
The fine rain Tuesday night
was good for the wheat.