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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1924)
IONE, ORECON, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1924
Notice of Annual
Notice Is Hereby Given to the
legal voters of School Dititrict No.
35 of Morrow County, Slate of
Oregon, that the
ANNUAL SCHOOL MKKIING
of said DiHtrict will be IHI at
lone School Houh, to biiri at
one-thirty o'clock, p. m., on the
Third Monday in June, being the
16th day of June, A. 1. IU24.
This meeting in railed for the
purpose of electing one Director
for the term of three years, and
a Clerk for the term of cne year,
and for the purpose of authoriz
ing and empowering the Hoard
of Directors of said School Dis
trict No. 35 in the name of, and
on behalf of said District to con
tract a debt.by borrowing money
or otherwise not to exceed five
per centum of the value of the
taxable Property of said District,
and to insure negotiable interest
bearing warrants of said District
evidencing such dubts.
And for the further purpose of
authorizing and empowering the
Board of Directors of said District
in behalf of the same, to sell or
otherwise .dispose of tho School
Building situated, on tho South
earn comer of the Southwest
quarter of Section 32 in Town
ship 1 South, Range 24 Kast of
the Willamette Meridian in Mor
row County, Oregon, and to ex
ecute the necessary conveyance
to the purchaser therefore.
And the transaction of business
usual at auch meetings, dated
thisJiKh day of May, A. I). 1921.
M. II MOHUAN
Chairman Hoard of Directors
DELLA M. CORSON
Our Druftjist Takes Vacation
W. K. Hullard and family mot
ored lant Sunday to Hood River
on their way to Portland for the
Hose festival. They expect to be
gone about two weeks.
Pay Cash and Save
The short crop will cause
a shortage of money and
you must cut all corners to
get through. I want cash
business and will be glad to
figure with you on harvest
supplies and if my prices are
not right there will be no
harm done. I am not look
ing for credit business but
am after the cash trade and
will give you value for your
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J. W. Howk, Agent,
anaral Paanananr A Rant,
lone 8, Condon 3
lone turned a trick which has
been done but once before in
four years by defeating Condon
on their home lot, Sunday, and
makes the count three out of
five frames in favor of lone this
Roberts had revenge on Con
don by holding them hitless thru
the first eight innings and the
only man to reach the bag was
Clow who wai hit by a pitched
ball. Hut 2ft men faced him
in the first eight innings and the
lone boys had but one error
against them until the 9th and
were pounding the ball all over
the lot. Clow was only able to
strike out 4 men while Roberts
sent 10 men back to the bench.
Roberts also knock out three
bagger and scored Cochran first
time up. and made two runs
himstlf, and had the satisfaction
of striking "Home Run Brown"
out three times.
The only inning Condon show
ed up was the ninth, when Parish
up went out 4 3; Ortman with
two strikes against him hit down
third base line for two bnses, and
error by Eubanks allowed Roht.
Fitz to reach first. Urown sing
led, scoring Ortman, C. Fitz
rolled out to Dutch and made his
usual crab on the decision and
during the argument Rob stole
home for the second run; Wilkins
hit to short, where another error
allowed Brown to score. Wheir
out 4-3 ended the game.
lone started out to win in the
first inning and kept up the
winning spirit throughout the
game, and Condon never had a
chance to overcome them
(continued on pe.e 4)
lone Girl Honored
at 0. A. C.
0. A. C, Corvallis. Catherine
Jones of lone was initiated into
Scribe, women's honorary jour
nalistic fraternity at 0. A. C,
Wednesday night, in the final
meeting of the year.
Following initiation a luncheon
was served in honor of the new
members of the organization.
The work of the Scribe, its ideals
and its plans for the future were
outlined for the benefit of the
0. A. C, Corvallis. Catherine
Jones of lone has been awarded
a Barometer pin, an award given
to members after one year's wor k
on the staff. The Barometer,
the school publication, now has
more than 80 staff members.
More than 15 staff members
were appointeduhis term.
A regular class for journalism
students trying out for the staff
has been held this term. Miss
Jom s is a senior in home Eco
II 1 JU1I..K; ;!
The War Department writes
that preparations are being ma le
to handle all compensation claims.
The letter sent out by Adjt Gen
eral Robert C. Davi: says:
'The War Department, Navy
Department, and the United Sta
tes Veterans Bureau, have made
extensive preparations to handle
promptly all claims for adjust
ed compensation. This great
work will require the undivided
attention of every employee, and
it will be impossible to answer
individual inquiries concerning
the matter. Such inquiries would
not only be useless, but to ans
wer them would delay action on
the clains. Claimants will aid
materially if they will 1 ill up the
blank forms of application to the
best of their ability in accordance
with their own knowledge or rec
ollection of the facts, and refrain
from writing to the War Depart
ment, Navy Department, or the
United Stales Veterans Bureau,
concernirg adjusted compensation."
Very truly yours,
Robert C. Davis.
- For Sale -
flno 1-2 ft Deprinff Combine in
good condition, or would like to
cut COO or 8oo acres at reasonable
price. Have also one 500 gallon
water tank 112 miles east of
lone on the highway.
Cecil C. Sargent.
Rev. E. B. Johnson had a nar
row escape from losing his house
by fire last Week. A neighborly
warning saved him from greater
loss than a hole in the roof.
Swanson'i Chop Mill Has
Fuller Paints, Oils, Glass, Screen
oAppttites won't rtst
$o location with Vearl Oil
Summer or not you
mtut keep on cook'
ing and eating, so
why not make it a
lot easier with a
good oil cookstove
and Pearl Oil?
A cool kitchen,
and no coal or wood
to pack! Just a clean,
fast, economical fuel
the last word in
intense flame is es
scntial so be sure
to ask for Pearl Oil
byname. It's refined
and re-rcfind by the
Standard Oil Com'
pany's special pro
and odorless the
highest grade kcrc
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
To Morrow County Farmers.
The annual trip of the
Morrow County wheat growers
to the Moro Experiment Station,
will be combined with a field day
at the wheat nursery North of
lone, and will be held June 13
and 14. Cars will gather at lone
and will leave there at 1 :00 p. m.,
June 13. The meeting at the
wheat nursery on the Troy Bo-
gard i'lace, north of lone will
start ft 1:30 p. m. Mr. D. E.
Stevens, Superintendent of the
Moro Station, will pe present at
the nursery and will apeak.
Among the thing at the nurs
ery that will be of interest to the
Morrow County farmers, are the
White Turkey Wheats: fifteen
varieties of smut resistant wheat;
treatment tests; Fall and Spring
sown barlies and Spring w heats.
Immediately after the meeting at
the nursery is over, the trip to
Moro will start, Hrrivinjr there
that evening. Saturday, June
14, will be spent going over the
Station. The varioug practices
(continued on patre 4)
Mrs. Howe Much Improved
Mrs. Howe, who hat been ill
for some time is recovering rap
idly. She expects to go to the
mountains in a few days in
company with Mr. and Mrs.
Lowe, Their camp'will be in the
vicinity of Parker's mill.
Mr. C. M. How of IfeMinn
ville visited his wile and babr
boy at the home of Laxton Me
Murray last week, returning to
McMinnville Sunday morniag.
The B. & B. store at Morgan
will receive your watch repairing
for Hay lor the jeweler, Heppner.
Thursday morning of this week
Miss Zoe Farrens journeyed to
Bellingham where she will be in
attendance on the Summer Nor
mal School session.
Students Leave for School
The Misses Linea Troedaon and
Augusta Lindstrom left for Port-
land on Saturday for a visit Later
MissTroedson will be joined by
Miss Eleanor Swanson and then
the two young ladies will go on
to Mon month to attend normal
school for the summer.
iPircosts more not to
paint than to paint
FIGURE it out for yourself. A
little money, now, to save the ,
surface of your home and build
ings, or a considerable sum of
money for repairs and replace
Unpainted surfaces leave the field clear
for rain, wind and lun 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-nve re
pairs, or let the entire building investment
go. How much better and cheaper it would
be to keep the buildings painted 1
The cost of even slight repairs on your
borne 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 Rasmussen 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.
Bam and Roof Paint Wall-Dura WaabaUs
Truck and Tractor Paint
Craoaota Shingla Stain
Porch Floor Paint
Irutda Floor Pains
Od Staina, Varaiaha
Floor and Varoiah Stains
Thtrt't a Ratmuutn Product for ry Sarfat
Doors ind Windows.