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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1924)
Marsting the Caterpillar Way is
The bwer the price of grain, the more essential it is that the
most aconomical methods be employed in harvesting it. Cut
out the waste of several handlings. Cut out the grain losses.
Cut out the big crew, the threshing charge, the costly delays.
Cut, thresh and sack your grain in one quick, cheap, efficient
operalion with a Model 32 "Caterpillar" Lifetime Harvester.
Caterpillar lifetime Harvesters
All-Steel Models 30 and 31
Model 32 costs so little to operate
that it is a profitable investment for
the grain grower who has only a small
acreage to harvest. Yet it handles a
12 foot cut (15 feet in light grain)
has a 40 inch draper that will han
dle long straw and has separator
capacity and motor power to meet
severe threshing conditions. It's a
real harvester, for any kind of work
rough ground.steep hills, down grain,
weedy stuff. It's built for lifetime
service all-steel construction, Hyatt
anti-friction bearings, Alemite lubri
cation, etc. and it's backed by ser
Of bigger capacity, but like the
Model 32 in other respects, is the
Model 30, with 18 ft. cut. For still
bigger work, there are the larger
wooden models. Write for complete
information regarding the 1924
Holt Harvester line.
I JaU AJverllsimenU
For County Clerk
To the Republican voters of Mor
row county: I hereby announce that
t will be a candidate for the nomina
tion of Count) Clerk nt the I'rlmary
Electlou to be held May 1U, 1024.
'Jay M. Aniikrhon,
For County Judge
To the Ucpu ilican voter of Mor
row county: I hereby anuounce my
self a Candida for the nomination
at your hands for the office of County
Judite at the primary election in
May, 1M4. My experience of many
years as county commissioner makes
me conversant with the duties of the
ottlce 1 seek, and I shall Kreatly ap
preciate your support at the pri
mary and for nil past favors, I thank
(i. A. bi.KAk.MAN, Harduan.
For County Commissioner
To the Votei of Morrow county:
, I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the ollice of County
Commissioner for Morrow county,
Oregon, at tli Republican primary
nominating ei ction to be held on
May 10, 11(24. 1 nominated and elect
ed 1 pledge to i Ive my best and care
ful attention i i the future as In the
past, to the blness of this ollice.
L. 1. Davidson,
For County Judge
To the Voters of Morrow county :
1 hereby in mini ice myself a can
didate for the ollice of County Judge
on the Democratic ticket, at the pri
mary noiniimtliiK election, Friday,
May 111, HUM.
It. I.. Bknoe.
B. A. AMY, Special Agent, Hotel Condon, Condon, Ore,
For County Judge
To the ltepu.illcau Voters of Mor
row county :
1 hereby ii'iiiounce that 1 will be
a candidate for the nomination for
Countv J mine, at the primary elec
tion, to be held May 1. 11124. During
my present te in, my policy has been
to obtain ef lit eiicy la public service,
with econoin.i and fairness, anil if
nominated and elected, 1 pledge the
same in the future.
Wm. T. CA.MI'IIEI.I..
For County Judge
To the Republican Voters of Mor
row county :
Having decided to become n can
didate f.ir the ollice of County Judge
of Morrow county, Oregon, at the
primary election to be held May 1(1,
i'.i.M, 1 take this opportunity in an
nouncing the same and if nominated
and elected I will honestly, faithfully
mid Impartially perform (he duties
of the ollice to the best of tny ability.
M. It. MokiiaN.
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 THOR WASHING MACHINE,
no trouble to demonstrate.
. . SPECIAL PRICES ON GLASSWARE
For Joint Representative
I hereby announce myself as a Re
publican ciindldnU' for Joint Repre
sentative tor I'luatilla and Morrow
' counties In the coming l'rlmary
Klectlon, subjii't to tile will of the
Republican voters In such counties.
Wll.I.IAM B. ItAKKATT.
Piili'idieil I'lvcry FiiJay hy
One year $1.61)
'I nt re niiihths , 50
lint. red as accemi clii.;.-, ln:itt.- t (hi
!nst il'.i.'c nt lune, Ort-;;un, under sot
nf March :!, I7.
I'ri.l.iv, April 1924
Political const? ti'in'y is a rare
quality. I-Vw have it. Hut Mayor
Halt t i-; coi i si st t ly iii consist tint.
At Tlii' D.illi-s r 1 1-1 n t ! , after hits
public nicciiiiL' at tin.1 Hiiililorimn.
he w nt in I he K hm itnlue rot, hi, I
spoke to KlansMii'ii uihl couth
billed $.'." to George t'oi'liran's
I'ttiiipainn I'liinl. Tin next day nt
Arlington he praised Nick Sin
mitt's work in congress and de
precated tin? Klan elTort to elect
t'ochrau in his place. , What are
we to think of such inconsistency?
Isn't that a mild iiai;"' for it V -Condon
Haker was probably ini'onsitit
ent in several ways ns mayor of
Portland according' d the bridge
iiivesluraiini: coinniittee and his
nai'ie is linked up in the; Kraft
and steal of thousands of dollars
of the taxpayers money. In his
talk I'orand against Sinuott shows
how the Klan people fall for the
mush of a w iii.ljiimnier.
In the second ooilgt I'S.iimml dis
trict the K lau is out to.iret the
scalp of Nick Sinn, tt, 'says' the
Ongoiiian. I'red Gilford, grand
dragon (ruinur says he hus re
signed this position and w ill move
to Atlanta, tin ), has taken per
sonal chaw of the light on Sin
nolt and is touring the district
with the Klan state lecturer.
Flying siiiadriins of Klansmen
arc being sent into every section
of the diitriet tn work against
f'nnott.-- Condon Globe-Times.
Gemvliiz! If Kred h going to
(!eor;:ia, we have a few promi
nent kliin-'iiii'ii in lone who may
lu could heroine a dragon in Port
I tnd, or nt least a w ee small one.
It's eav money from the suckers
he deli at ol McNary for the
Kepulilican nomination for sena
tor would mean the certain de
feat of the McNary Hautten bill,
the only farmer relief measure
before Congress that has any
chance ol passing. Nominating
McNary is an endorsement of the
bill. Ilcl'eatinp him would be a
repudiation of the bill by Oregon
and would insure its defeat,
Portland's political p. t is boil
ing like hot lava and there is dy
namite under the pot. The probe
into the affair of Multnomah
county and of Portland may prove
the rottenness that many have
suspected. If the probe should
set off the dynamite or develope
a little more hot scandal, George
linker's chances of the senator
ship will be blown to the bourne
Irom w inch snowballs never re
turn. Condon Globe-Times.
Ike Howard and wife were in
lleppner Tuesday shopping.
Mrs. Walter Cnson, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs,
Mary Hale, for several weeks.
returned to her home in Portland
Kd Kngelman and wife were in
town Sundav and enjoved a good
dinner ami attended the all day
service at the Christian church.
It. F Morgan and family and
Hert Palmateer and family of
Morgan, attended the all day
nu eting at the Christian church
here last Sunday.
The recent snow storm with the
accuiiipaiiyiiiK ticin K up of the main
Arteries tit travel, lias done much to
convince the users nf tlese roads
Unit the coin iianlin enKuKed In motor
truck trunsporliitlon are roud puru
siles. The business of these com
panies had a Kmit slowing up with
(lie co m ! n k of the snow, and few if
any of theie companies have done
any tliiiiK to open the roads foil traf
fic. . Just as soon as a roud Is opened,
they have been among the first to
We have observed one truck com
pany operating a snow plow on the
Sheridan road, and1 it is possible that
the same company hua worked a Ut
ile on the Geneva road, but th,e great
mass of these trucks have remained
In the garages waiting for someone
to go out aud open a way for them
lo continue a profitably business of
transporting freight between Chica
go and Milwaukee.
If the railways would take this
lame view of battling the winter
uow, Kenosha would have been shut
off from transportation facilities
for many weeks.
Truck transportation Is 'fair
weather" business. It Is the truiH
portatiou which takes the cream but
scoffs at the skimmed milk. These
people want to use the roads built
by the people and for the people, but
they show little wllllUKiieu to bear
their share of the expense of keeping
the rouds open for traffic.
The owner of thesp trucks com
plain bitterly because the country is
slow to open the roads for them.
They lire insistent In their demand!
that the money of Kenosha county
be expended ill order that compan
ies 'In I'hlcaro. paying absolutely no
taxes in Kenosha county, be spent to
open up the roads that they may
upernV a profitable business.
The whole situation, again, sug
gests the need of better regulation
of truck traffic on the roads. These
companies should be adequately taxed
so that out of the taxes could be tak
en a reasonably large amount for the
clearing of roads of snow as well in
tin amount which may be necessary
for other upkeep of the roads.
Shippers who use these trucks for
their business should see the danger
of tuking business away from com
panies which render service tn fair
weather and stormy weather to give
it to road parasites that lay down on
the Job Just the minute there li a
little grtef to be home. The com
panies which make it their business
to battle (now storms tn Veep trans
portation moving are the coiupsnles
entitled to the buslnejs of men who
want to build up the right kind of
Public Land Sale
Department of the Interior. U. S.
I. iiinl Ollice at The Dalles, Oregon,
April 8, IIKM.
KOTP'E Is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of the
(leneral Land ollice. under provisions
of Sec, 1U.M, It. S., pursuant to the
application of Carroll K. Darker,
Serial No. OJiaw!!. we will offer at
public sale, to the highest bldder.but
at not less than J-'.lX) per acre, at
10:10 o cluck H m., on the lllli day
of June next, at this ollice, the fol
lowing tract of land: SWV, SWV,
Hec. V. Si:4 N I'M, SW rice. 3, T.
6 8.. ll.SiK W . M
The sale will not lie kept open, but
will tie declared closed when those
present at the hour named have
ceased bidding The person making:
the highest bid will lie required to
Immediately pay to the Itecelver the
All persons claiming adversely tbe
nhove-descrthed hind are advised to
tile their claims, or objections, on or
before the time designated for sale.
jCdal and Wood!
Flour and Feed
J Best Lump Coal, ton, . . $13.00 f
; 16-inch Cordwood, fir or pine, 12.90 ::
i Rolled Barley, ..... 44.00 ::
: Whole Oats, ... . . 44.00 ::
Mill-feed, 35.00 : :
Heavy 7-foot Cedar Posts . 21 cts i
Now booking orders for S. C.
W. L. day old chicks.
$14 per 100 at Ranch
$16 when shipped
One-half cash when booked
and i ten days before ship
ment. Rhode Island Reds and
Barred Rocks 16 and 18 cents
each. Order early to get best
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building;
Annual May Day Sale
The lone Baptist Ladies' Aid
will hold their annual May day
sale of food and fancy work on
Satarday. May 3rd. at the S. E.
Cecil News Items
Mrs. H. J. Streeter and chil
dren of Cecil, visited with Mrs.
Weltha Combcst at Fairview on
C. W. Ericksonof Grass Valley
and Dorothy Anderson of Eight
mile, were the guests of'Annie
Hynd at Butterby Flats, Sunday.
Peter Farley and wife of Hep
pner, made a short stay in Cecil
Sunday before leaving for The
Willows to prepare for shearing.
Clyde Franklin left Sunday to
visit friends in Lexington.
Dick Logan, son of Leon Logan
of Fourmile, had his nose broken
by one of his work horse. The
injury was attended to and he is
getting along fine.
Congratulations are extended
to Miss Hazel Logan of Fourmile
and Hermann Havercost of Tha
Willows, who were married at
Condon on April 16th. Their many
friends are ready to welcome
them when they arrive at their
home at the Hut! ranch near The
C. D. Sennett of The Willows,
left during the week for his an
nual trip to his gold mines in
Notice of Final Settlement
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, tor Morrow County.
In the matter of the' Estate of A.
T. Wood, Deceased.
Notice Is Hereby (liven. That the
undersigned, has filed her final ac
count as Kxecutrlx of the Estate- of
A. T. Wood, deceased. In the county
Court of the State of Oregon, for
Morrow county, and that Saturday,
the Kith day of May.liet.at the hour
of '2:'M o'clock p. in., of suld day. In
the county Court room In the county
Court House at Heppner. OrcKon,
Is the time and place set for hearing
said account and any objections
thereto, and the settlement of said
Kxecutrlx of the last Will and Tes
tament of A. T. Wood, Deceased.
V. A. ItouiNsoN,
Attorney for Kstate.
I 'ate of first publication April II, hi.' 4
l'ate of last publication Mav !t. lit:' 4
A. M. Moore left Sunday for
Hood River where he has secured
a position in a garage. We wish
him luck and prosperity. His
wife and daughter will follow as
soon as a home is secured.
Mrs. Frank Ennelman and Mrs.
C. W. Swanson are enjoying a
visit with their sister, Mrs. E. P.
Newton, of South Bend, Wn.,
who sh expects to return to her
home the last of this week.
Swanson's Chop Mill Has
Baby scratch feel, chick mash,
grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult
ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc.
Leave your watch repairing f tt
the McMurray pastime for Ha .
lor the jeweler, Heppner.
Notice Is Hereby Given that
School Dit trict No. 35, of Morrow
County, Oregon, who being the
legal owne r of Block 1. in Sperry 's
Third Addition to the City of lone.
Oregon, did on the 1st day of
April, A. D. 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 tbe
property line on the North side of
said Block No. 1, of Sperry'i
Third Addition to the City of lone,
Oregon, the same lying and being
between said Block No. l.Sperry's
Third Addition to said city and
Block No. 7. in Sperry'i 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
entered 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, is 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 city 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.
School district No. 28 are plan
ning on building a new school
house near Morgan which is joy
ful news to pupils of said district
The B. & B. store at Morgan
will receive your watch repairing
for Haylor the jeweler, Heppner.
A new line of Ladies' and Men's
Oxford's just received.