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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1924)
Talk Is Cheap, George Baker. You Can't Produce The Goods Like McNary-Supported By Grange, Farmers' Union And Others
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1924 '
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County and
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
Coffee in fancy tins
cost you from 5c to 10c
per pound more than
Try my bulk roast
coffee. You can save
money every pound
is sold on guarantee
of satisfaction or your
To meet bills for 30 days only, 25 per
cent off on the entire stock many useful
Graduation Gifts. April 15 to May 15.
WM. HAYLOR, HEPPNER, ORE.
F. H. Robinson A. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Attorney and Conuslor at Law Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
Will practice in all the Courts Trained Nur$e A$sistant
IONE, OREGON Heppner .;. Oregon
DrDFENETfsrTi0r HEPPNER TAILORINGCO.
Office: Odd Fellows Building TAILORS
Heppner : Oregon Ckming . , DVein2
When You isit Heppner Heppner, Ore.
Eat at the Swanson's Chop Mill Has
ElkhOm ReStaUrant Babv scratch feed, chick mash.
Good Meals Best of Service (frit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult
Lunch Counter ' ry pepper, poultry reifulitor, etc.
IONE 4 -ARLINGTON 3
CONDON 14-HEPPNER 5
The lone cripples came thru
with the punch in the 9ih and
won a hard fought game and the
fans will live on base ball thru
From the new faces shown in
the Arlington lineup it appears
that our sister city by the river
has a rapidly increasing popula
tion and especially those who can
play ball. We had been led to
believe that Arlington had a sorry
excuse for a ball team, but were
surprised to note a bunch that
are hard to beat and are glad to
know that Arlington has been so
fortunate as to have all those
good ball players locate with them
permanently as it will insure good
games in the future.
With Walt Cochran and Wer
ner Rietmann on the side lines in
an ambulance and Thornton with
a bandaged thumb, Bristow was
brought in from the field to play
3rd and Koach obliged to fill in
right field, we did not look like
the usual team, but the combi
nation workeu out in fine shape.
While we did not expect to see
Bristow fill the gap at 3rd as it
would have been with Werner,
there he played a good, steady,
game and the fans gave him due
credit for being a good Sub.
Koche does not pose as a field
er, but is there with the big stick
and made three hits, one of which
would have been going yet had it
not tangled up in the trees by the
Thornton has a bad thumb that
interfered very much with his
pitching and batting, but he came
thru with a sacrifice and beat out
two bunts. He was unable to get
control during the first two inn
ings, but then settled down and
struck out 13 men and allowed
but five hits. Anyone who did
not get four bits worth during
mo msi iwenuy secunos 01 inn
I..... . .... 1 f .1
game, would kick on a free ticket
Play by innings: Carrell flew
uunuo, uusieu nirucK oui; c
Asneiueaer nit, lor one oase; i.e -
Mear hit tor two bases; Ander
son singled; Mefford reached base
on fielders choice; Montague then
walked; D. Ashenfelter out 6 3;
Ashenfelter and LeMear scored.
Cochran out by error; Eubanks
hit into a double; Dutch fiew out.
Bowers struck out; Carrell then
walked; Husted struck out; E.
Ashenfelter out by error; LaMear
fly to C; Carrell scored. That
ended the scoring for Arlington.
Lewis up in the fourth made a
home run; Bristow struck out;
Vick out to 4-3; Koche hit for two
bases; Thornton and Cochran
walked; Eubanks out on fielder
That ended the scoring until
the last of the 9th, when lioche,
Thornton, Cochran and Eubanks
came thru with singles and the
score stood 2-3 with bases full.
Dutch remembered his promise
to the boy that he would bring
nome tne oacon, ana stepped to
the plate with his home run bat;
a nice one came over and smack
it was last seen going over second
in the direction of Mt. Hood.
lone missed a good chance to
score in the 7th. Cochran wait
out at first on a questioned de
cision; Eubanks came up, shifted
the climax to the northwest cor
ner of his face and met one of
Bowers choice offerings for a
three base hit. He then l"t the
catcher peg him out. Dutch then
walked and tried a steal, but was
runs 000. 100, 003
Home run, Lewis; 3 bast? hit,
Eubanks; 2 base hits, LeMear,
Roche and Dutch; struck out by
Thornton 13; by Bowers 4; first
base on balls, Thornton 3; Bowers
George Bleakman, republican
candidate for county judge, was
here last Saturday afternoon to
witness the Hardman town boys
ball team defeated by the lone
high school team by a score of 10
to 8. Mr. Bleakman says he has
received favorable reports from
over the county and that he ex
pects to give other aspirants a
race for their money.
At Arlington last Friday after
noon, lone high school team de
feated their boys by a score of 2
Music Program at Lexington
The music pupils of Mrs. Bruce
Grady of Lexington, will give a
program in McMillan's Hall, on
Thursday evening, May 8th, at
eight o'clock. The public is cor
dially invited to attend. The fol
lowing pupils will take part:
Helen Balsiger; Eula MeMillian;
Marie Allison; Alfred McMillan;
Hazel Broadley; Neva Warner;
LaVerne White; Mae Gentry;
Mary. Slocum; Mrs. Cecil War
ner; Mrs. Ernest Frederickson;
Alice Palmer; Etovle Pointer;
Grace Berchel; Nyal Grady and
Do Not Impose Upon Your Bank
A number ot people are in the
habit of drawing checks or over
drafts upon their banker when
tiiey have no money, in direct
opposition to the law. It is a bad
habit and places the cashier in a
bad way. Below we reprint a
news item which cites the law
and burden placed upon the bank:
"Webster J. West, cashier of
the First National Bank of Lodi,
Calif,, is under arrest at Med ford,
Ore. Five counts of the indict
ment charge West misappropriat
ed funds of the bank in honoring
checks and drafts for persons
wno did not have sufficient "funds
on deposit in the bank to cover
Couftty Grain Growers lo Meet
at Hcppne May 23
The Morrow county unit of the
Oregon Cooperative Grain Grow
ers association will hold their an
nual meeting in the Council
Chambers at Heppner on May 23.
Ralph Bense will have charge of
the meeting, and among oilier im
portant business to be transacted
is the election of the delegates
iroin tins county to the annual
meetinir of tlin iis;sieiiitiin Thi-iu
. annual district meetings deter
mine the management and future
of your business. It is up to all
members of the association to ut-
tend and take an active part in
; the meetiir',
G. A. Petteys and family left
Sunday for their future home at
Mt. Hood, where Mr. Petteys is
putting in a filling station on
the J. C. l)evin property near
the dance hall. Fred Kay trucked
over the household goods Monday
and in making a grade the clutch
failed to hold, running back into
a ditch with small injury to the
Game Warden Albee, arrested
Dick Sperry last Fridav afternoon
for fishing without a license. He
was fined $25 by Judge Itohinson.
Swanson's Chop Mill Has
Baby scratch fee ), chick masl-,
grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult
ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc
I FOR SALE. Barky or Chop.
inquire of E. L. padbcrg.
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Cancral l'aMrnar Ajfanl
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V'H A'jl BOUND TRIP j
A fyL Summer i
Wr ' r s
( .tO' race breakdown because of
$$1 lack of paint protection?
the continuous weather at
tacks of all seasons.
And, after all, good paint is the cheapest to buy.
We carry Rasmussen Paints nnd Varnishes for both
exterior and interior purposes, and recommend them
as, the best for you to use.
Pit . iM ..h
There's a Rmnn n
-rtfTg?3- .Vf arfrtTffraai ' .Rtw,
Republican Candidate for
Re-election to Congress
Voters of the Second Congressional District are urged to
send "Nick" Sinnoit back to Congress because:
He is a member ol the House Steering committee.
He is chairman of the Public Lands committee, an im
portant committee to Oregon.
He is a member of the Irrigation committee, also of im
portance to Oregon.
He has done more for Eastern Oregon than any Congress
man ever sent to Washington from this district. Num
bered among his accomplishments are: Secured $1)00,000
for the Baker Irrigation project, secured passage of the
Mineral Leasing act, which enlarged Oregon's reclama
tion fund; secured appropriation for construction of Mc
Kay dam, Umatilla project; supported legislation for the
veterans of World war; secured $7,1)0.000 for National
I'a'k roads, including Crater Lake National park; $150,
000 to combat pine tree beetle in Oregon; through Korest
Service in having large Inly of timber surveyed in Wasco
county, which, when sold, will bring industry to county.
And many other important matters which are of
benefit to you and his district. Read your Voter's
pamphlet and then form your opinion' W Nick Sinnott.
"Why Change Horses in the Middle
of the Stream." Your Congressman
Needs Your Vote.
Paid adv. by Sixnot i'ok Concrksh Club, lien i LitliTI7
secretary, The Dalles, Ore.
Gustav Kreiwaid, the wealthy
German of Portland, well known
at lone and holder of several
thousand acres of land in this
section, died in Portland Monday,
B. A. Amy, the Holt man, wiil
have on display in lone, n Model
1)2, 12 foot cut, all roll r bearing
combine harvester, It's a beauty
he says and is ex nested to arrive
by first train. You farmers now
should see the machine.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lininger
motored to Arlington Sunday
lowing signs of sur-
by fortifying your
with paint can it be
hold its own against
Tjamuucn ProJuCU '
Roof Paint VX'.ll n,... W..L.U.
Truck and f ractor f.mt Will Paine
Creoiote Shingla Stain Iruidc Flonr Paint
Porch Floor Paint Oil Staina, Vamitha,
Raralite fc'namel Floor and Varniih St.m.
PrJ..i r---.. c. .
Annual May Day Sale
The lone Baptist Ladies' Aid
will hold their annual May day
sale of food and fancy work on
Saturday, May lird, at the H, E.
Guaranteed Hemstitching and
Picoting Attachment. Pus anv
sewing machine. $2 f0 prepaid or
C. O. I). Circulars free.
Lal'lesh Hemstitching Co.
Dept. 2. Sedalia, Mo.
A. L. Douglas and sister-in-law
ot Pendleton, were here Monday,