Vote For Coolidge Delegates And McNary And Sinnott. Vote For Helen Walker For County School Superintendent 3&ut Mntntwifatm VOLUME XII IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1924 NUMBER 48 Bank of lone CAPITAL and SURPLUS ' S55.O0O.OO State, County and City Depository 4 Per Cent On Time and Savings Deposits Safe Deposit Boxes IONE, ORECON IMMMMiMMMIMMlMMMlMMMMMMIMMtll WHY Buy Tin Cans? c o F F E IE Coffee in fancy tins cost you from 5c to 10c per pound mote than bulk coffee. Try roast mv bulk coffee. You can save money every pound is sold on guarantee of satisfaction or your money back. BERT MASON IONE :-: OREGON MMMMMIIIIIII MM UMIMHIMIMMI Preliminary Track and Field Meet at lone Friday, May 9th Schools entered in contest at this 2nd annual meet of the upper Columbia League are: Arlington, Boardman and lone: Orderof the events are: 100 yard dash mile run 220 yard low hurdles shot put 2.'0 yard dash discus throw 440 yard dash 120 yard high hurdles running broad jump javelin throw-half mile run pole vault-running high jump-relay. Weather Report The weather report of R. E. . Harbison, Observer for Morrow county at Morgan, for the month of April, state the total precipi tation of rain was 0.17; days clear 17; partly cloudy 10; cloudy 3; killing frost 13, 14. 15, 24. 25. 26; wind W; total rainfall since Sept. 1. 19.'3, 4.84 inches. Frank Engelman was in Port land this week on business. Some few years ago an lone fellow had his fortune told by a gvpsie who blew into his pocketbook. When he received it back, some $10 was missing. Vote for Helen Walker. Unconscious for Four Years Death has come to Mrs. Evelyn Sample, of Corey. Pa., aged 78 years, after she had lain uncon scious for almost four years. She was struck by a street car August 5, 1920, and never regained con sciousness. During the entire period she received liquid nourish ment thru the nostrils. Death was attributed to hemorrhage of the brain. The old lady has nothing over several individuals in lone. They have been unconscious so long that its noticeable, but they will not die of brain hemorrhage no chance. How Many Laps? lone Shuts Arlington Out The lone Mule Skinners went to Arlington Sunday and admin istered a shut out to the river team, while they crossed the plate for 5 scores. The Arlington dia mond is a nice camp ground, but a sorry excuse for a bull park and owing to the fact that the foul lines were not properly staked and lined out, the umpire was badly handicapped and two Ar lington batters were called Bufe at fi rat base on what were really foul hits, but we hold no grudge at his umps, for he did a good job and was fair in his decisions. Thornton was the whole show, or was it his "lady luck?" He promised to have a helper on the side lines to whom he must make a showing and he certainly made good as he held Arlington to four singles and struck out 12 batters and to make things safe, on his first trip to the plate he lined out a hit which cleared the goal posts at the park entrance and went so far that he was across home plate before the ball had been stopped on its trip to Alkali canyon. He nas promised to nave the same ady on the line ac Condon next Sunday, so things look pretty bad for London. The game, 1st inning: Coch ran out 4-6, bubanks out 53, Dutch flew out to 5; Carroll out 6 3; HuBted out 4-3; Drake muff ed fly from E. Ashenfelter; Le- Mear out 4 3. 2nd inning. Drake singled; Lewis forced him at second; Bris tow forced Lewis at second; Vic forced Bristow at second; Ander son flew to third; D. Ashenfelter 1 3; Mefford walked; Montague grounded to third. 3rd inning. Roche out 4-3 and Thornton made home run; Coch ran out to 3; Eubanks singled; Dutch singled and Eubanks was thrown out 8-5; Bowers out to Dutch: Carroll out to Vic: HuBted out to Vic. 4th inning. Drake struck out; Lewis reached first when cather missed third strike; Bristow sac rificed; Dutch out to pitcher; E. Ashenfelter reached first on fly on rockf on foul line; LeMear and Anderson struck out; D. Ashf flew to Eubanks. 5th inning. Koche flew to short, Thornton singled and forced out by Cochran; Eubanks got first on error at short; Dutch struck nut; Mefford out by error 6;Montague singled; Bowers struck out and Carroll out 2 3; Husted struck out. 6th inning. Drake fanned and Lewis walked; Bristow singled and was forced out by Vic;ltoche out 1 3. E. Ashf fanned, LeMear fanned; Anderson singled and 1). Ashf fanned. 7th inning. Thornton flew out to pitcher; Cochran safe on error to first; Eubanks out 1 3: Dutch safe on error at left field; Drake out 1-3. Mefford fiew out to 7; Montague and Bowers fanned 8th inning. Lewis on by error at first; Bristow on by error at third; Vic on by error at second Roche knocked one so far over the camp ground that it took relay string of three men to chaue it down and return it to the dia mond, and by that time Roche had single footed it to 3rd bane and three scores had crossed. Thornton singled; Cochran on hy error at first; Eubanks out 6 3. Carroll fanned; Husted on by error on foul line; E. Ashf single; LeMear flew out to 8 and Ander son out 4 3. 9th inning. Dutch singled and forced by Drake ut second; Lewis out 1-3 and Bristom on hy error at first with Vick out to 2 3. D. Ashf singled and Beeson fanned; Montague single and Bowers fan ned and Carroll flew to pitcher. Struck out by Thornton 12; by Bowers 3. Score: Arlington t runs : lone .... Piano Recital at lone Mrs. Bruce Grady of Lexing ton, will present Miss Helen Bal- siger in a piano recital at the Congregational church of lone, Friday evening, May G, at eight o'clock. She will be assisted hv Mrs. Margaret Bullard. The pub-' he is cordially invited to attend the following program: 1. Valse Caprice Newland. 2. Humoreske Dvorak. 3. Valse Arabesque -Lack. 4. Norma-Ley bach. 5. Vocal Solo "Dost thou know that sweet land." 6. Abide with me Smith. 7. The Storm Kunkel. 8. Duet Invitation to the dance ! Weber. 9. Spring Song - Mendelssohn. 10. Marche de Concert Wcllen baupt. To The Republics. Voters Of Morrow County Mr. A. R. Shumway of Milton. Oregon, is a candidate for the joint representative of Morrow and Umatilla counties to the state Legislature, subject to the wishes of the Republican voters at the primaries, May loth. I have known Mr. Shumway for the past 20 years; have been intimately associated with him for the past several years. He is a man of sterling qualities, knows the needs of th& farmers, being a farmer hiniBelf4and will, in my opinion, represHitt cur county in a manner highly ('satisfactory to. the agricultural interests of Mor row and Umatilla c-nuolies. 1 am appeal.vto mv friends and all of those interested in see ing Morrow county well repre sented at the State Legislature to cast their vote for Mr. Shumway May 16th. ... Howard W. Anderson. H. M. OLDEN, C. J. Andkrson. ' E. R. Lundeix." Swanson's Chop Mill Has Baby scratch feed, chick mash, grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc. United States Senator wmctwuiii iii mm Chas. L. McNary Republican for Renomination WHAT he has done During his seven years in the Senate he has secured $31,020,209 for Oregon Development $ 9,255,762 for Rivers and Harbors $ 9,080,000 for Reclamation and Power $11,138,107 for Public Roads $ 507,900 for Agriculture $ 310,500 for Forest Protection This is more than has been secured by any other Western Senator in the same period. . His powerful committee assignments and his prestige in the Senate equips him to accomplish even greater things for the continued development of Oregon's Resources and Industries. U would take years for a new man to attain his present position ' of promTnertfeifdlhfluericeV'' OREGON NEEDS HIM His slogan: "For Oregon; Its People and Their Welfare." MIIIMIIHIIIIIIIHIIItft bus, A maid entered a suburban And firmly grasped a strap, And every time they hit a hole She sat in a different lap. The holes grew deeper, the jerk ing wors Till at last she gasped with a smile "Will someone kindly tell me, please How many laps to a mile?" Mrs. Bert Mason and Walt S. Smith are on the Morrow county grand jury which meets Monday, 000,000,000 000. 011.002 001, WW. 130 012,011.021 The school board has appointed Principal Tucker for another school term. Prof. Brown will also remain, and we learn that the other six teachers are to hike to other localities for a job with more pay. No contracts have as yet been let for construction of the new school house. "LET'S KEEP NICK" N. J. S I N N 0 T T Republican Candidate for Re-election to Congress Why throw away 11 years of constructive work by a man of ability to produce results for his district SINNOTT is a member of the House Steering Committee, an honor achieved only by men of high standing and long service in Washington. Means much to Oregon. SINNOTT is chairman of the Public Lands Committee. Oregon's welfare, in a large way, is in its public lands. SINNOTT is a ranking member of the Irrigation committee. Eastern Oregon needs irrigation for development. SINNOTT HAS SECURED Bill in Passage of the Sherman County Relief $7,500,000 for National Park roads $150,000 to combat Pine Tree Beetle . Oregon $900,000 for Baker Irrigation Project $300,000 for Crater Lake Park roads $4,000,000 for Oregon Reclamation $50,000 for Umatilla Rapids Project $10,000,000 concessions to the irreducible school fund of Oregon $10,WW,0W) concessions to land grant count ies or Oregon Passage of Mineral Leasing Act, with $12, 000,000 for reclamation Inclusion of West Extension of the Umatilla Project in reclamation program Opining of Wasco county limber resources for development Action on McNary Haugcn hill in house of representatives Appropriations for construction of McKay dam, Umatilla Project Portland has repeatedly praised Nick Why change now to try a new and in- The public press of Eastern Oregon and Sinuott for his untiring, constructive work. experienced representative? Read your Voter's Pamphlet. Then go to the polls Friday, May 16, and do something for the man who has done something for you. "LET'S KEEP NICK" Paid adv. by SiNNOTT for Congress Cluii, Ben F. Litfin, secretary, The Dalles, Ore. E. J. Bristow, E. R. Lundell and Judge Robinson fished for several days this week on the Deschutes river near tunnel 4, The Washington Wheat Grow ers' Asso., have suspended oper ations for 192 1 and its members may market their 1921 crop thru the Oregon Grain Growers' Asso. Bluestem wheat sold at 88k in lone this week. H. J. Biddlewasin Eugene and Sheridsn this week. Ike Howard managed the garage. Mrs. Frank Engleman visit, pd her daughter in Portland on Wednesday. Lee Padherg shipped out sin car loads of wheat this week.