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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1924)
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THE I0NE INDEPENDENT
I'iiM.: ii. il ilvtry Friday by
'. '. IS'S.;K, r.ilUiir-i'uhlislier
Ono year $1.60
: 'ix tni;ntl s 7G
y;,u -m-;!h no
Knicn.'.i ,". : ."i-'ind class mutter at the
tri.i'.'ifiu-a at lone, Orv'ton, under act
of M.-ireli IS. 1s7'.
I April 11, 1)2t
(Ji n:';;v L. I! titer in fiiinjr hit'
P'.l ( ii 'or United H'.ntfS sen-a'-.or
he wails to represent
(Ji'C",n:i in a hijr, p-it.riot.itr, two
ti.ili'il irmrwi r, am a lot of other
thin'-s, which the s.iiri! of the
C .union Gl-ih.i-Tim.iH mys is most
ly hunk, to cuti'h votes.
Mr. Mi'A'loo says that, if he's
clecteil pr." ii lent, hu will call a
n'le.eial snsiioM of Congrats to
"help the I'ai'mci'H." A pity he
(IM not engnir; in this work when
ho gut one of Mr. Wilwin's cabi
net, im-lea-! of going to work for
L) ;h"niy in the government own
el oil hu .ineis.
We have not learned yet what
Kraft rnwisures are contemplated
in disc the school unit system is
voted. Yli:it high milary may be
lit1:! owed upon oiir county super
intendent and extra expenditures
mad , is best to he kept from the
taxpayer until they realize how
they got Htunfr.
c . -
m cm wt,.jr
these are three cf the many features
of Caterpillar Lifetime Hamsters
In no other harvester can you obtain these and scores of other
Holt features. Frpm no other harvester, therefore, can you ob
tain the same lifetime service, the same efficient perfc -'mance,
the same economy of operation as from Models 30 and o2 "Cat
erpillar" All-Steel Harvesters. These new harvesters were de
signed, not to meet a price, but to give you a mach: le that
would meet your most severe conditions of grain, ground and
grade. Already their record of field performance has st rpassed
the highest expectations, both of designers and purcha: ?,rs.
Model 32, cutting 12 feet, is a Holt
Harvester in every rerpect a won
derful grain saver and cleaner. It has
a 40 inch draper, big leveling capac
ity, a new and bigger m otor for 1924.
A user in Garfield, Wash, says: "I
have been working on combines for
IS years, and the stee! Model 32 i3
the best machine I ever saw." It is
a paying investment for the man even
who has only a small acreage to cut.
The Holt Mff;. Co.
In the medium size cla:3 there is
Model 30, cutting 18 feet, also of all
steel construction. Larg sizes in
wooden models. Write us ut once for
detailed information regarding the
size of harvester in which you are
The Heppner papers state that
the i!rinkin;r of their spring water
by the Condon ball players won
them the name last Sunday. It
i i quite possible. Probably Uie
Ileppnei hunch spiked theirs.
What a I'ity
Condon Glohf Times in its
1 of the lone-Condon name,
that if it had not been for
n's Unite in the 7th inning
hat e I
(inns to place the proposal
t lie state income tax law
'!' igned up and returned
'ilaini. The seiiliiiient is
il l.i i e in favor of the re-
yf Weil 'r&jR&tj
I POLITICAL NOTICES msxsiso.
1 RiiJ AJvcrtisi'mi-nis
LADII.CS' COATS, SUITS
COX MILLINFRY PARLOR
For County Clerk
To I lie Keiu!lii'iili voter of Mor
row colony: 1 hereby n nuouiuet hut
I will lien nimliihitc (or I he noiiihiii
tioii lit County I lerk at the I'lliniiry
i:iei tlon to lie liehl Moy lii. l'.i:'4.
(iAV M. Andi.iiko.n.
I IniMonlieiit I
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1 1 t:. i, i'( !he,yand(;to. ARLINGTON, ORE.
V. U.'dii" of the lone lo h;e.
T. C. Tiom. h:n rtceived acarl Quite a heavy frost fell Monday 1
of i.ie-'fl. ice. ' nijrht with ni diimane n ported
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M.ii;,',i Oregon, County o( Morrow , hh
1. C I!, liii ix 'I. cisiiler of tic nli.ivc iiiiin, . liaiik, il.i Holeiunly
(.wetrlliit tin' nil ive Biiitcineiil U true to the tieitl of my knowlnle
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l.iirlc II. M. ritflu, Notiiry I'lilili-'.
t'Ullur.i T V I text : My i'oiiiuiImhIoii evlri' l'l-'7.
M. II Moi'ii'iu. I'. It. Uuuiel, A. M. liuiuel, li.r.vtom.
For County Jude
To the Kepulilieiiii votern of Mor
row county.' I herein iiiiiioiince my
Ni lf ii ciniiliililte for the noiiiliintion
at your hinnU fortlii'iillieeof t'ounty
.hi, Ice ut the primary fleet ion in
May, PCI. My experiemv of tunny
yen I'm iin coiiiiI.v coiiiinlitsloiier him ken
me i-oiiver,'ilit with t he tint lex ut t lie
ollii-e I Hi-ck, ituil I Hhull i; re.-i I l,v np
irecinte your mipport lit the pri
ll i n r v- ami for all piiHt favors, I tlmiik
(). A. Rl.l- AKMA.N. Iliiriltiinn.
For County Commissioner
To the Vtitem of Morrow county:
I In 1 .1 iv annoiiiice myself tin n
c.iiiiliil.-ite f,.r the nlllce of Ooutit.v
t'oininlssloiier lor Morrow county,
t irenon. ut the Itepulillcaii prlinnry
tiomliiMtlui: election to lie hcl.l 11
Mny 111, l .'4. If tioiultiated mul clii-t-ed
1 pledge (ogive my Pest Mini cMie
ful iitteulioti In (lie future iia In the
pant, to the tiusini'NM of this ollice,
I.. 1'. lAV(IIHON,
For County Judjjc
To the Votei'H ot Morrow county :
I heleliy aiinoiiiiee itiVHelt n rnn
.liil.'i te for t lie olllee of oiiuly J mice
oil tile li-nioit';ttli- tieket, lit 1 lie ifi-initi-v
iioiniimtitiK elevttoti, I'riil.-iv,
Unv 111, IH'.'I.
It. I.. I',i:m;i:.
I'or County JikIjIc
To (lie Itepiihlk'iiii VoUth ot Mur
t'uw roiiuly : ' '
I In reliy iiioioiiiu'e that llllln
a C-ni'liilnle for the noiiiliialinu for
i oiiiuy .1 iidae, at the priii.iiy ei.e.
lion, to he held May III. pi.'l I Hiring
my present term, my polit y li., II , n
lo olitain cllit-leiii-y la puldlc m-rv I, e,
Willi ivoiiomy and taii'itisH, ana if
in mi I ii. i tf.l and elivted. I pit-due Hie
name 111 the nun re.
Wm. T. ( '.iirui:i i
For County JuJeie
To the Itepiilillenn Votei'H o( Mor
row county :
llaviliif ilecltletl to lnvmne n enn.
didate for ilie ollice of I onuty .lud-e
of Mtirtiiw couii'y, i irt'i.-tui, nt the
piitiiary cleetlon to lie held May c,.
I i;'l. I t.ise tliis opportunity in an
noiiiiclutf 1 lie same iiikI if nominal. d
ami elected I wul lionei iy, fait lifiii y
ami linnai dally )s.rform the duties
of the i. Hue to tin- liest of in v nliliiiy.
M. It. MotitiAx.'
THE BRUNSWICK TIRES
Monobile Oils for the Auto, the Tractor and the
Machine that needs good Lubrication
ALL KINDS OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Everything in the Plumbing Line, such as
BATH TUBS, LAVATORY SINKS AND TOILETS
SAMPSON ROLLER-BEARING WINDMILLS
F. S. LANG CO. RANGES. Come and see them.
THE TH0R WASHING MACHINE,
no trouble to demonstrate.
' SPECIAL PRICES ON GLASSWARE
;i Elevator Company 1
Swunson's Chop Mill Has
Kaby scr.itcii fee 1, chick mash,
Krit; oyster shell, charcoal, poult
ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc.
An Oi'diiiiini'i; to prevent, reitrnlr.
and regulate inlnori beltiK on the
i-'.r.'"t", ;i!!e;n or roiulwajs within the
liiitiU ui li.e City of lone, ut certain
houin, unit pruvlillni; a penalty for
the violation of thia ordinance, and
reiiealiiiK all Ordiminccs and parts ot
Oiiliiiuiicis In confllo: herewith.
Le It Ordained Hy The Common
Council Of Tne City Of lone, OreRon.
Sec. 1. That from and utter the
pnt&o.'e of 1 1 1 1 3 Ordinance It shall be
unlawful for any minor under the
a'AP ol Kl:;hteen ears to be upon any
Street, Alley or Koad within the lim
its of the City of lone. Oregon, be
tween the hour of 9:00 o'clock P.
M. and the hour of 5:00 o'clock A.
M., unlesii said minor h nil be nc
cnniimiiled by his or her parent or
li'Knl gunrdiiin, or upon written In
struction stoned by bis or her par
ent or h-Kul guardian to perform
some necessary duty or business for
such parent or li'iuil Kuardlan, such
written instruction or notice must
state the nature and character of
such necfiwary business, and upon
reipiest of the City Marjhall or other
Police Officer such minor must Im
mediately deliver the same to said
Marshall or other Police Officer, and
aald Marshall or Police Officer must
reiain possession oi sucn written in
strument until he Bhull ascertain
whether or not the same was signed
hy said minor's parent or legal
guardian, or that such duty or busi
ness was absolutely necessary, said I
minor upon the performance of such
du;y or business niuit Immediately
return to his or her place of resi
dence or abode.
Sec. 2. It shall tie the duty of tlu
Cite Marshall or other Police Officer
on duty nt the hour of 9:00 o'clock
P. M. to give a signal, hy giving
three tap of the fire bell, which
said st'Tiiul shall be a warning to all
such Minors that It Is time to pro
ceed to vacate the Public Streets,
Alleys and Iioada.
Sec. 3. Any minor found rrullty
of the violation of any of the pro
visions of this Ordinance shell be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
mid upon conviction thereof, shall
he fluid In a sum not to exceed
$.'5.00 and In default of the pay
ment of any fine assented hereun
der, shall be Imprisoned in the City
Jail one day for euch 12.00 of sucn
I S,ec, 4- In as much as thli Or
lillnatfe is necessary for the lmnied
I l preservation of the public
health, peace and safety of the City
of lone. Oregon. Therefore an emer
gency is hereby declared to exist,
snd this Ordinance shall b- In full
force and effisrt upon Hi paiawie by
th Common Council and approval
by the Mayor.
Sec. 5. All Ordinances and parts ;
ot (.iiuinaiicis in conflict nerewttn
are hereby repented.
Passed by the Common Council of
the Ci'v of lone, this 1st dr.y of
Approved by the Mayor of the
City of lone. Oregon, this 1st day
of April. 1?2. I
HEUT MASON, Mayor.
V. H. KODINSON. Recorder.
iCoal and Wood
Flour and Feed
Best Lump Coal, ton, . . $13.00 J
1 16-inch Cordwood, fir or. pine, 12.90
J Rolled Barley, 44.00 1
Whole Oats, 44.00
I Mill-feed, 35.00 i
i Heavy 7-foot Cedar Posts . 21cts
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Conuslor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
Now bookirtK orders for S,
W. L. day old chicks.
$14 per 100 at Ranch
$16 when shipped
One-half cash when boo'ted
and J ten days before ship
ment. Rhode Island Reds and
Barred Rocks 16 and 18 cents
each. Order early to get b tst
Notice of Final Settlement
In the County Court of the St ntr
ot On-con, for Morrow Comity.
In the mutter "t the Estate of A.
J. Wood. Iiecenseil.
Notice U llen-liy tilven. flint the
miilcmlKiifd. linn filed her limil
count mm I'xerntrlx of the Estate of
A. T. Wood, ileeeriMeil. In the county
' ourt of the ttnie of lreiroii, fur
Morrow county, ninl t tint Snturdnv.
the loth tiny of Mny, III:' I. at thehoitr
of '.Mid o'clock i. in., of Kii ill tiny. In
the county Court room in theeoinity
Court House ut lleiitier. ore 1(1111.
the time 11ml plnee et for lteurlnii
srihl iiccouiit ami liny olijin tlons
thereto, ninl the settlement ol said
Executrix ot the last Will ninl Tes
tament of A. T. Wood, Deceased,
t'. A. Hohinmim,
Attorney for Estate.
I'atenf first iulillcatloii Ail li.lir.'l
Hate ot Inst (.iililleiitlini M11 y n, j:r.-J
For Joint Representative
I hereby announce myself as n te
IHilillcan I'liinllilate (orJoitit Itenns.
setitatlve for I'ni.uilla ami Morrow
count hu In the oouiIiik Primary
i.iii-iioii, siii.j.i i in 1 iu wm of the
heiulillcau voters In such eoimtlni.
Willi m it. IUiihatx.
A real revival meeting begins
at the Christian church m April
13th. with Paul De F. Mortimore
Yet a little weak on his pins,
Geo. Franks was out Wednesday.
Notice Is Hereby Given that
School District No. 35, of Morrow
County, Oregon, who being the
legal owner of Block 1, in Sperry's
Third Addition to the City of lone.
Oregon, did on the 1st day of
April. A. U. 1924, tile with the
Common Council of the City of
lone, Oregon, its petition, asking
for the vacation of that portion
of Third Sereet adjoining the
property line on the North Bide of s
said Block No. 1, of Sperry's
Third Addition to the City of lone,
Oregon, the same lying and being
between said Block No. 1, Sperry's
Third Addition to said city and
Block No. 7, in Sperry's Second
Addition to said city and more
particularly described as follows,
Beginning at the Northeast
corner of said Block No. 1, in
Sperry's Third Addition to the
City of lone, Oregon, running
thence North 20 feet, thence West
200 feet, thence South 20 feet,
thence East 200 feet to the place
That by order of the Common
Council of said city duly made and
entereti herein. Tuesday, the 6th
day of May, 1924, at the hour of
8:00 o'clock p. m., at the Council
Chamber in said city, itt the time
and place set for the hearing of
said petition and objections there
to if any.
Said petition now being on file
in the office of the City Recorder
of said citv and subject to exami
nation at any time.
Dated at lone, Oregon, this
2nd day of April. 1924.
F. H. ROBINSON,
43 5t City Recorder.
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregon
The B. & B. store at Morgan
will receive your watch repairing
for Hay lor the jeweler, Heppner.