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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1924)
Don't Miss The Big Base Ball Game At lone This Sunday, March 2. Married Men vs Single Men. Game Called At 2 P. M.
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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1924
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County and
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
Are You Ready
for Plowing Season
Plow Shares or Land
Plow Bolts and devices.
Your Harness Repaired.
MAY Collars, Pads, Bridles.
Leather and Rivets.
See my special Mule col
lars before buying.
Remember you get a cash discount
of 10 percent on above items. Why
buy on credit and pay more?
IONE x OREGON
Open For Business
I will carry a complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Caland see me
Maxtor. McMurrey, Prop.
Council Should Promote Harmony
Next Tuesday night when the
city marshal tolls the fire bell in
measured notes, our city fathers
will assemble at the magnificent
city hall (?) to meet in solemn
consideration of the curfew or
dinance and some other vexatious
problems up for debate. May
peace be with them, and may they
exercise some degree of judg
ment over important matters,
that our city may continue to
grow and prosper and not be
hampered by the enactment of
First Base Ball Game Sunday
At lone this Sunday, March 2,
the first base ball game of the
season will be played which will
be between the married men vs
single men. This promises to be
a great attraction and will also
be I he first try-out for positions
on the regular team. Many new
men are showing up for the try-
outs and they will be able to put
on a good exhibition.
Odd Fellows Initiate Candidates
At Morgan last Thursday night
the Morgan lodge of Odd Fellows
initiated four new members into
the mysteries of the first degree,
the lone lodge putting on the
work. The new members were
citiiens of Cecil, and were: Mr.
Thomas H. Lowe and son, T. W.;
George Chandler and Frank Con
nor. Some fifty Odd Fellows
were present and those from lone
were: Messrs. Ed Bristow; E. R.
Lundell; Chas." Nord; Carl'Troed
son, Chas. Shaver; E. Colvin; B.
mack well; &mil awanson; Ueo.
Griffin; Geo. Ritchie; Ora Barlow;
E. Morgan; C. Johnson; Ralph
Turner; Otto Rietmann and ye
editor. After the degree work a
very fine luncheon was served
cqnsisting of delightfully good
cakes, sandwiches, pickles and
coffee which were appreciated.
Assemblying again in the lodge
room, short talkes were made by
several. Morgan Odd Fellows
are a lively Dunch and good en
tertainers, and their lodge is in a
good financial condition. Their
N. G.-R, E. Harbison.
V. G. Martin Bauernfiend.
Sec.-B. F. Morgan.
Treas. J. A. Troedson.
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For over forty years Henry
Felkins has handled mules and
horses without a runaway, until
one day last week while unhitch
ing a 12 span of the mixture, they
became frightened by running
horses near the house, swinging
around and breaking their chains
off they scampered with Hank in
pursuit. Wire fences were torn
down and a general scatter took
place for six miles. Finally being
rounded up and damages repair
ed, Hank soon had his feet under
the table where his troubles were
centered on the beans and bully
set before him.
Married at Heppner
Immediate relatives and a few
close friends were present at St.
Patrick's church in Heppner on
Tuesday morning. Feb. 2Cth,
when Miss Rose Doherty of Lex
ington, and Mr. Wm. T. Doherty
of lone, were united in marriage,
Rev. FatherCantwiell performing
the ceremony. The groom is a
well known farmer residing near
lone and the bride is a sister of
Mrs. James G. Doherty, of near
Lexington. They will reside on
their farm north of lone. ,
Leave your watch repairing at
the McMurray pastime for Hay
lor the jeweler, Heppner.
Members of the Salvation army
held street services here Monday
afternoon and collection taken.
Great Odd Fellows Convention
Last Saturday at Pendleton the'
annual convention of the Umatilla
Morrow county Odd Fellows con-!
vened in that city with repre
sentatives from the 18 lodges of
the district. The morning session
called for 10 o'clock was dtvoted
to speech making and election of
officers. Past Grand Alexander
of Pendleton, nominated F. M.
Griffin as president for the en
suing year, which was made
unanimous. C. B. Nuckle of He
lix, was made vice-president; W.
T. Reeves of Hermiston, sec; and
Joe Bailey of Pendleton, treas.
Mr. Griffin's selection was well
deserved, and his lone friends
are well pleased. lone was select
ed as the next meeting place for
the convention which is to be
held here on the last Saturday in
At six o'clock the delegates
gathered at the K. K. K. hall
where the convention was being
held, and marched to the Odd
Fellows building where a supper
was served by the Rebekah'
At 7:30 o'clock debates again.
met at the hall to witness the
J Freewater and Pendleton teams
puton the 1st decree, each having
a candidate. The Pendleton team
work beautiful and impressive,
while the Freewater team did
iwell, but short on members. It
'was a large gathering of Odd
I Fellows and everyone had a good
time, uancing was inuuigpd in
after the night session. Those
present from lone were Ed l.ns-
tow; E. Lundell; r . M. Gnlfin; C,
Nord; E. Colvin; C. Troedson; E.
Morgan; C. Shaver; Ora Harlow;
harl crown; Otto, Victor and
Walter Rietmann and Hassler.
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Cecil News Items
J. E. Swanson and John Mc
Devitt were in Pendleton Wed
nesday on a wheat deal.
Mr. Haylor, leading jeweler of
Heppner, was in lone last Friday
forenoon transacting business.
It's pretty tough luck when a
man loses two gallons of choice
moonshine, lays the theft upon
innocent parties and then is com
pelled to apologize. Our boot
legger should plant his wares in
a more secure place.
Mrs. Johnson of Ridgefield, Wn.
is visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. Geo. Miller, at Highview
ranch, near Cecil.
Babe and Frank Montague of
Arlington, have been busy during
the week buying pelts in this
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. May of
lone Star ranch, were visiting in
W. E. Ahalt and brother Har
old of lone, were visiting friends
here last Friday. W. E. will work
for Minor & Krebs, and Harold
has gone trapping for the gov
MiHB Cleta Palmateerof Windy
nook, was calling in Cecil Sun
day with a party of Morganites.
Mr. W. Hynd of Sand Hollow,,
socnt the week end at Butterby
Flats with his brother Jack.
Charlie Hvnd of The Pines,
Ukiah, arrived in Cecil on last
Friday in readiness to take a load
of cattle belonging to Hynd Bros,
to Portland on Sunday.
R. E. Duncan of the Busy Bee
ranch, has had some fine ducks
shipped in from Davenport, la.,
to keep his bees and rabbits com
pany. No need to say that R. E.
I has no time to let the grass grow
under nis leei inese cays.
Arthur Matches has again re
turned to lone to reside,