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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1924
Bank of lone
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Condon 8, lone 5
Condon evened up the score
for the season by handing lone
a defeat Sunday, which was not
altogether the result of Condon's
good ball playing:, but rather from
some errors by Iene players and
the real hoodoo of luck which
sometimes goes with a ball game
and the score shows for itself,
lone pitchers struck out 13 men
while Clow was sending back 6.
lone made fivi errors to three by
Condon. Our boys knocked the
ball to all corners of the lot but
always managed to place it right
into the hands of a Condon man.
Roche started the game for lone
and was off to a good start by
fanning Ortman and R. Fitz was
out, Roche to Dutch. Brown roll
ed a grounder to short which
was missed and should have been
the third out. C. Fitz rolled one
to Vic who threw wild to first.
Wilkins singled and Brown and
buz scored, rive tuts and an
error gave them five more in the
second. A passed ball and a hit
and an error netted another run
in the third, after which Condon
made but one hit, a single by
Brown in the fourth. lone did
not make a safe hit until the
fourth. Two hits were made in
fifth. But three m?n struck out
Before the 8th, our boys could
not get around the bases until
the 7th. Dutch went out to Clow;
Werner got on by error at short;
Roberts walked; Lewis hit safe;
Eubanks hit and Drake came to
bat and landed one of Clow's
fast balls on top of the school
house and 5 runs were over be
fore a new ball was put into
play. Vic singled and Roche and
Cochran flew out which ended
Roberts went into the box in
the second inning with the bases
loaded and worked in good shape,
allowing but two hits during the
remainder of the game and
struck out 12 men and evidently
could have won ease had he
started the game and been af
forded the support from the
start that was given him after
the second inning.
lone goes to Condon next Sun
day and hope to take the odd
Notice of Annual School Meeting
Notice Is Hereby Given to the
legal votets of School District No.
35 of-Morrow County, State of
Oregon, that the
ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING
of said District will be held at
lone School House, to begin at
one-thirty o'clock, p. m., on the
Third Monday in June, being the
16th day of June, A. D. 1924.
This meeting is called for the
purpose of electing one Director
for the term of three years, and
a Clerk for the term of one year,
and for the purpose of authoriz
ing and empowering the Board
of Director of said School Dis
trict No. 35 in the name of, and
no fire lo lay .
Just turn up the
wick, touch a match
and the meal is
started! That's the
beauty of Pearl Oil
and a good oil cook'
6tove! No overheat'
ing, nothing to lug.
kerosene must be
highest quality kcr'
osene to vanorisc
properly ana not
corrode metal parts.
So be sure you order
by name "Pearl
Oil." It's refined and
re-rcfincd by a special
Standard Oil Com'
pany process to pre
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especially suited for
Pearl Oil is ecoiv
omical, odorless and
good to the last drop.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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a OIL '
And the transaction of business
usual at such meetings, dated
this 29th day of May, A. D. 1924
M. R. MORGAN
Chairman Board of Directors
DELLA M. CORSON
Pitcosts more not to
pamt than to paint
FIGURE it out for yourself. A
little money, now, to save the
surface of your home and build-
. -ill r i
mgs, or a considerable sum or
money for repairs and replace
ments which? )
Unpointed surfaces leave the field clear
for rain, wind and sun to do their damage.
Ramshackle houses and out-buildings, once
so new and storm-tight, gaping corner
boards, warped and rotting window frames,
all directly result from failure to paint
Either you have to go in for expen-rive re
pairs, or let the entire building investment
go. How much better and cheaper it would
be to keep the buildings painted I
The cost of even slight repairs on your
home or buildings would practically pay for
repainting them entirely. It is a good thing
for every property owner to know, and
heed, that a coat of paint stands between him
and serious loss.
Paint now with good paint
Paint with Rnamussen Pure Paint The
cost will be trivial compared to the protec
tion it will give against rot. rust and general
Look over your property all of it, and
do it now. Then, come in and talk over
your paint troubles with us. We have Ras
mussen Paints and Varnishes in stock and
we recommend them.
I.; .v!V-M'ti Hn and Roof Paint
V 'Ut&'bMr Truck n T f "'
Ax.ijr GeowttShinnl. Stain
Porch Hoof Paine
Wall Dura Waahtbti
Iruidc Floor Paint
Otl Stains, Vamiiha
Floor and Varnith Stains
Rasmuuen Product for Ettry Surfact
WEDDING HELLS RING
We learn that Mr. Jerad C.
Mkvn and Miss Maiie Curran
Wheat Nursery Field Meet
The field meeting at the wheat
nurserv on the Troy Bugard place
place North of lone, will be held
June 13, at one-thirty p. m. Mr,
D. K. Stephens, of the Moro
Experiment Station, and Profess
or G. R. Hyslop, of ttie Oregon
Agricultural College will be
present and will speak at thin
meeting. The trip to Moro will
he made after the meeting at the
nursery is finished, arriving Hi
Moro that evening. Saturday,
Forced to Sell
Wholesalers demand their
money every fifteen days which
renuires ready cash. No alibi's,
excuses or bluffs go with them.
Ihey recommend that I operate
on a strictly cash basis, thereby
protecting my credit with them.
To make it fair to every one,
POSITIVELY no exceptions wilt
Janet Beauty Shoppe
Heppner Hotel :: Heppncr, Ore.
Local Eastern Star Entertains mysteries of the order, giving
Locust Chapter No. 119 0. E.
S. entertained Ruth Chapter No.
32 of Heppner, at their last meet-
'"', ' ' this broke up the
i no tune muics uciu sesaiun vi
"The Ladies Blue Lodge," show
ing how women only, can put on
the work much to the pleasure of
all present They proceeded to
initiate two candidates into the
on behalt of said District to con-! were married luesday mormng !jti,( 1 1, will be spent at the Moro be made to this rule, effective
tract a debt by borrowing money at Heppner ami took their depar Station. While it in very dry,' June 1, l'J2I. Everyone will be
or otherwise not to exceed five ture by tram for a honeymoon the various wheats in the nursery treated alike. No favoritism will
per centum of the value of the . trip to Victoria, B. C. jare showing up well, and the be shown.
taxame rropeny oi said Uistnct, i me mncpenueni joins ineir i dirterern practices or uie moro In the near future a nlan will
them all of the degrees. The
third was to ride the gcat which
led to the discovery that one
candidate was a man. Of course
order as no
man ever dared peek through the
Sherbet, cake and coffee was
served and til declared they had
been royally entertained.
and to insure negotiable interest- friends in wishing them much
bearing warrants of said District joy.
evidencing such debts.
And for the further purpose of j The B. & B. store at Morgan
authorizing and empowering the will receive your watch repairing
Board of Directors of said District ( for Hay lor the jeweler, Heppner.
in behalf of the same, to sell on
otherwise dispose of the School Swanson's Chop Mill Has
Building situated, on the South-' Fuller Paints, Oils, Glass, Screen
east corner of the Southwest' Doors and Windows.
quarier of Section C2 in Town-
ship 1 South, Range 2i East of H. C. Wood moved into the E.
the Willamette Meridian in Mor- J- Blake'residence last week and
row County. Oregon, and to ex-1 Walt Cochran has moved into the
the necessary conveyance to the Sptrry residence just vacated by
purchaser therefore. I Mr. Wood.
htalion BMOWTl more SiriKini? Km wnritMrl rnt u.har..v ir. will k
difference than in former years. : to advantage to pay cash at
R. W.MORSE ;my8lurfi. Adv.
Lountv Agent j
Weather Report j
Weather observer, R. E. Har-I
W. E. BULLA RD
bison of Morgan reports one
Ciouny, nix partly ciouoy and
twenty four clear flays for the
month of May. There was a
trace of rainfall on the -111) and
28th days of the month. The
total precipitation from Sept. 1,
1923 to May 31, l'J21 was 4.81
Heppner Has Blaze
Heppner had a small blaze
Tuesday when the dwelling of Ed
Berry caught fire. The fire waa
extinguished before the building,
which stands behind the Catholic
was totally destroyed. Mr. Ber
ry was in lone at the time the