VOLUME XIII IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 11 1924 NUMBER 5 Notice to Ex-Scrvlce Men There will be a meetifiar of the American Lnitlon at the Legion Hall Saturday evening. July 12, for the purpose of assisting you in applying- for National Compen sation. We have the forms to fill out, and will have men who under Btand them to help you. ' Coma whether you are a mem her or not. Brini your discharge papers or as much information of your service as possible. Thin meeting is also open to dependents of veterans. Every one who is eligible come, Lei s get this work cleaned up. The American Legion. fnr rnmfiirt and rent and health and tlx alinpla life, all In pleating variation! at NORTH BEACH, CLATSOP BEACHES, TILLAMOOK BEACHES or NEWPORT Our mrrat will hind ,i "Outlnii in the Perlric Nnrthwaet mm) Drag.! Outdoor,- and ihn "III Ml "u Hie whole Mary. A round trip eummer timraion tklu ia UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM y(jQ effnrde thai wonderful trip Ibrouah the Columbia Kler Coraa. "ifcf Ut aar eerat arraaaa rw Wanar, aa4 aaaa J. W. IIOWK, 'Agent, lone, Oregon. ini j $$$$$$ vs MERCHANDISE You need harvest provis ions I need cash, I have the best stock of grocelies in lone and am -willing to help you reduce the cost of living. My stock has been pur chased at the right prices and cash buyers will be given the benefit. Inspect my Dollor Counter and be convinced that my prices and goods are right. Buy by the Case and get the lowest prices. BERT MASON IONE :: ORECON a iJIIIHIilllllllt ',IIM Mason's Store Broken Into A thief broke into Bert Ma son's store Sunday night and escaped with one dollar in small change taken from the cash register. He had evidently been thru the store quite often, as he entered by a window which he pried open in the Ladies Rest Room, after tearing off a screen, this being perhaps the easiest way to break in. The thief left a hammer by the sale and was frightened away, presumably by a mule that was straying around benind the store.- Fred Lindsay and his mother have decided to leave this district and will move down the valley to make their future home. Mr. Lindsay has rented his plan to Roy Slender, of Cecil, Oregon. Miss Evelyn Ware has been visiting the past few days with the family of Mr. Herb Olden She left Tuesday morning for her home at Olympia. Wash. You may reduce the cost of living by following the advice of Mason's Adv. Mrs. John Coctoran, who has been cooking for Ed Rietman'a harvest crew arrived in lone this week to take care of her husband who is on the . sick . list. . Mra. Hrnry Clark is taking her place at the cook stove. ' Lexington Items Kenneth Redifer Injured I Apartment House Has Blaze I Mr. Heliker Has Accident Last Tuesday Keneth Redifer was thrown while holding a Fresno scraper, used on the ex cavation for the new school house at lone. Mr. Redifer's Injuries while serious, are not dangerous. The case comes under the provisions of the state compen sation act. When In need of professional service consult our directory, page 1 Mr. Tom Lodge, real estate dealer of Sclo, Oregan, was in lone, transacting business with H. C. Wood, this week. Swanson's Chop Mill Has Fuller Paints, Oils, Glass, Screen Doors and windows. House For Sale Modern, Newly Painted, four rooms: bath and sleeping porch down stairs, one room up. A bargain for cash. I am leaving town and muBt Hell. Across the street from school house. Mrs. Randall, Ione.Oregon. The fire bell rang last Saturday morning, but before any damage was done the incipient blaze on the roof ol the Harris Apartment house was drowned with three buckets of water deliverer, by Paul G. Balsiger. Leave your watch repairing at the McMurray pastime for Hay lor the jeweler, Heppner. You will recieve service and satisfaction at the lone Market. Geo. W. Ritchie, proprietor. r Mr. C. It. Gunzel accompanied by his wife and daughter, made a trip to Portland, last Thursday evening, riturning Tuesday of this week. The job of delivering material to the new school housein lone, has been awarded to 1. (. Troge. Erne it Heliker got caught in the gears of combine at A. M. Zink's place Thursday afternoon. He was under the bull wheel screwing up oil cups and was caught in such a way that three, tears were made in his left fore . . a I arm. Seven stltcnes were .iaen to close them and in addition to the cuts the arm was badly bruised and wrenched. To complete the witchery of Kodakery go to Ballard. Morgan Boy Badly Hurt Donald Gray, six years old, of Morgan, sustained a serious Injury last Saturday, when he fell off a box and cut a gash in his right leg seven inches long. Sixteen stitches were required to close the cut. Not Kodak Enlargement Free With $2.50 worth of fin ishing' we give you an 8xlO Enlargement Free. Be sure to save the yellow envelopes as you get them. Portland Prices and Prompt, Snappy Service. We Will Appreciate Your Business. Bullard's Pharmacy The Hodak Store . Smith Towne of Spokane, ar rived in Lexington last week to accept the position of manager of the Burgoyne warehouse. Mr. Towne was formerly with the American Express Co. He reports business in Spokane very dull. Henry Shriever and Lawrence Reany were in Lexington on business Wednesday. Mrs. Mable Ward of Eugene has been visiting here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Monkers Mrs. J. G. Johnson who has been suffering from a fractured hip for the past two months is reported to be better. Cora Johnson of Gresham is visiting the Misses Leach. F. H. Burgoyne recently left Lexington for a business trip to Walla Walla. B. H. Grady and family went to Goidendale, Wash., where the week-end was sperjt with Mr Grady's parents. Wheat yield about Lexington ranges from six to fifteen bushels an acre. . Th T.Bdiea' Aid of the Comiregational Church met Wed nesday afternoon ot this weeK, at the church. W. G. Scott has been appointed local agent for Strauss ft Co., at Lexington for the coming season The first carload of 1924 Turkey Itud wheat in Morrow County was purchased last Thursday from H. E. Warner by w. u. Scott, local agent for Strauss t, Co. Inc.. successors to North orn firain Wholesale Co. The price paid was .981c Th Missionary society of the Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Bruce Grady on Thursday so many steps no coal or wood to lug one filling laSts for dap -Steps! how many of them Pearl Oil and a good oil cook stove save you! Those needless steps for heavy coal, for wood and the ashes. One gallon of eco nomical Pearl Oil often lasts for days, and it is so much handier and quick' cr. Pearl Oil's intense flame is concentrat' cd heat and it is odorless and clean burning too! The Standard Oil Com' pany refines and re refines it for best results. Avoid dis' appointment ask for Pearl Oil by name. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) 'EARL REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF IONE Charter No. 144. ' Reserve District No. 12. At lone, i.i the State of Oregon at the close of business June 30th, 1924. RESOURCES 1. I.o-itu nnd dincotint. Including rediscount) nhown in Item nml . K uny . 2 Overdraft cured an! lino-cured . . . 3. L". r. Koveruiuentnecurltle owned, Including those bown in Item) nuil 35, Uauy . . ... . . 4. other IioiiiIh, warrant ami necurttle. Including foreign iciivi-riim -lit, ftnte, municipal, corporation, etc. including thoe aliowii In Item diand SB. If iny , 5. sim k. neeurltie. claim, lien. Judgment, etc - - 6 Blinking lion. f;i.Ul.; furniture and niture. $1,WJ 29 -7. Ileal etnt owned other than banking liou 9. i'iwIi on huud Mi vault an I iliw from bank. banr and trnt rouiparile designated ami approved reaervo ruteiilM of till Imllk ... . . . II. meek mi batik out-dde city or towuol reporting oaun auu ,tiier cash Item ... " ' . Total cash and duo from bank, Item 8, , 10, U TnUl , ( - ... IW1.2W.05 :i5J 9.000.00 5.S65.U 17.SI0.SS 21.21 4.90 mn JW.I07.1J LIABILITIES Capital utoek paid In Knrp'n fund - . (IH I'mlivided proiit .M3.v ,..-,,. (In U- current expirii', ltiteret aud toxe paid ..U!).M Dr.M isli lKlurr. other than bank, mitijett to renerve: Individual deposit ui.J.vt to cheek. InelildiiiK depoalU dim the state of Oreirou. county, cllie or otber public fuuda . llein ami eertliliuite of deposit oilUtandilitf - Total d-maid deposit, other than bank deposit, mibji-ct 10 rew-rve. Item t. 24. il'i, 26 $I4H.In5.04 Timk ANii Savinh Bkpomit, subject vo renerve mid pya ble on it 'iiiand or iiliject to notice: Time certlilc ite ol ileposit outtandlliir Not,- and bill redleounul Inclu Unit liond or other m curitieold uud'r peptiri'lHinf ngreenieuU with continent liabllltte - 2.000.00 10,UU0.00 2.609.23 14fl.CT5.30 34H.74 K.019.4S M,4!i3.Xi Total rJW.l07.1S Stale of ilreKoii. County of Morrow,. . . 1 .. .... .... .......I.. .m k . .i..,.. niintMi hunk. aolemuiT awmartbat the nb ire Mtatement I true to this liet of my knowledge , l 2..nul umIiUP Mill bellel. , . . ..-.- .. SuliTibed nml a worn to b 'fora in ! tui tn oar n J my. i-. V. H. !lobluon. Notary Public. (X)l!UKrr Att-t: " My commlion expire 2-JO, XI. Morgan. C. K. uuinel, A. M. unmet, uirecior. 1 1 rj V thousands of homes "Rasmussen Protected ti J. .1 ).... i- ,k Pacifie Norlkwaat aniov til aurfaca protection ot Raamuaaan rut rami, max rap raaent avery kind ol noma, from th modert cotlaga to ihm big. handaom reaidene. Tha Uatini quality and baauty oi Raamuaaan Pur Paint ia aa nacaaaary to ona a th other. M' racommend it th boat lor you to ue. BERT MASON lone, Oregon D 1 run Ism Wasmtustn PmJuBi Earn and Roof Paint Wall-Dura WaahaUt Truck and Tractor Paint Creoeota Shingle Scaia Porch Floor Paint Racolita Enamel Wall Paint Inaid Floor Paint Oil Staina, Varakhaa Floor and Varoieh Stain Thrt'i a Ramaittn Product fttEtySrft of this week at 2:30 o'clock.