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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1924
Cecil News Items
Mrs. Opal Clark of Iieppner,
democratic nominee . for county
achool superintendent accompan
ied by Jake Weill alio of Iiepp
ner, waa working against time
among the voters of Cecil vicinity
W. E. Ahalt and Carl IWson
and a party of friends from lone
made a abort call in Cecil during
their hunting trip on Monday.
"All things come to those who
wait." Rain was thankfully re
ceived during the dark hours of
Monday night, Oct. 27, at Cecil.
We all held our breath and our
dumb animals held thtir moutha
wide open to receive the rain
which fell. Farmers are going
head with their seed.ng as the
land is in better shape and farm
ers prospects are brighter, too.
Mrs. Geo. A. Miller and aon
Elvin were calling in Cecil on
Richard Nail who has been
working for W. V. Pedro at
Ewing left on Friday with a
party of friends for his home in
Miss Elta Van Winkle and
brothers of Ailington were stall
ed at Cecil on Saturday while
waiting lor repairs for their car.
They were on their way to Lex
ington to see the football game.
Mr. and Miss Carlson of Shedd
are visiting their old frienda Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Chandler at
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Streeter
nd children were doing business
in lone on Saturday.
Miss Minnie H. Lowe, teacher
tRhea Siding school attended
the Teachers' Institute at Condon
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS .
State, County and
4 Pr Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
For the hands. For the face.
For little chaps or big chaps.
Alhalie Dust dries out the shin end
irritates it. Cream Lotion over
comes this condition
It ie fine to uee after shaving.
We guarantee it to be satis
factory in every way.
Doughnut Sale Tuesday
The ladies of the Convention
al church will sell doughnuts,
also serve a light lunch with
cofTee ll day at the ladies' rest
room in the McMurray buildinii
next Tuesday, November 4th.
Mr. H. C. Wood, accompanied
by It. L. Ecklnberry, went to
Baker City on Tuesday, in the
interests of business, returning
Mrs. Harry Armitage of Yak
Ima and Mrs. Walter Cason left
on Thursday for Yakima. Mrs.
Cason will visit her daughter at
Yakima for a few days before
returning to her home in Port
land. Mrs Armitage anu Mrs.
Cason were in lone to attend the
funeral of their mother, Mrs.
Mary E. Hale.
Every day is "Candy Day" at
Mrs. Clara Wallace who has
been visiting with her sister
Mrs. Geo. Krebs for several days
left on Sunday for Arlington,
where she will visit with Mrs.
Marion Van Schioch before leav
ing for Troutdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundell
and sons of Rhea Siding and
their guests Mrs. Eic Waldo
and children of Eugene spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
MrsE. Lundell at lone.
Harold Ahalt spent a day
two with Leon Lop an at four
mil leat'iig. on Fr)av, for Cav
yoh City.' We understand that
Jim Logan of Fourmile is now
working the John Day Country
as government trapper.
Mrs. Mary E. Hale
Mrs. Mary E. Hale was born
Nov. 5, 1845, in Wapola county,
Iowa. She crossed the plains
with her parents in 1851, and
settled tn Linn county, Oregon.
She was married to Milton
Hale in I860, and to this union
were bom twelve children, all of
whom survive except one son.
Clarence Hale, who died Dec. 3o,
19o2. The sons are C. S. Hale.
Yakima: M. A. Hale." White
Swan; H. D.'Hale, White Swan;
P. G. Hale, Yakima; and A. C.
Hale, Wapato. The daughters
are Mrs. C. L. Cason. Lone Rock,
Oregon; Mrs J. H. Cochran,
lone, Oregon; Mrs. W. C. Cason,
Purtland; Mrs. Harry Armitage,
Yakima, Wash:..nd Mrs. Thomas
Grabill, lone, Oregon.
Mrs. Hale was one of a large
family, but Only three sisters
and one brother survive her.
They are Mrs. W. W. Weather-
ford, Olex, Oregon; Mrs. M. C.
Cochran, Condon; Mrs. J. H.
Wood, Portland: Mr. Georoe
Her father, William Sperry
was a pioneer Baptist minister.
and helped to organize one of the
first Baptist churches in Oregon,
Nov. 16, 1853. The meetings
were held in a scnool house.
Two years later a church house
was built Mrs. Hale followed
in the footsteps of her father and
was converted at the age of
fourteen years, living a true and
faithful christian life until her
death, Oct, 25, 1924. On Nov.
0. l'JJ4 she would have been ,79
During her 64 years of Chris
tian life she was largely instru
mental in organizing at least
four cr urches, the last one being
the church at lone which was so
dear to her. Her home was al-
wiviniwn In cnturloin tli
rf - v , - .. .ii.vihiiu HUH-
isters and their families.
She and her husband not only
made a happy home for their own
hildren but gave a home to two
orphan children for several years.
These were Jeff Hale and his
Notice of School Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the iecal . voters of School
District No. 35 of Morrow County,
MEETING of said district will be
the 8th day of November, 1924. at 1:30 o,clock in the afternoon for
the purpose of discussing the budget hereinafter set out with the
levying board, and to vote on the
The total amount of money
during the fiscal year beginning
June 30th, 1925, is estimated in
the amounts to be received from
school fund, elementary school fund, special district tax, and a
other moneys.of the district:
Material and Supplies
1. Furniture (desks, stoves, curtains, etc.)
2. Supplies (chalk, erasers, etc.)
3. Library books
5. Playground equipment
(I. Janitor's supplies
10. Postage and stationery
Maintenance and Repairs
Building and grounds
1. Bonded and interest theteon
2. Warrant, and interest thereon
Transportation of Pupils:
(continued on page 4)
Hold Political Rally
The rally held at the Legion
hall in lone on Tuesday evening
of this week under the auspices
af the Republican State Central
committee was quite well atten
ded. Mr. Sweek of the firm of
Woodson &Sweek. Heppner, pre
sided over the meeting and
introduced the speaker of the
evening, Mr. Crosby of Portland,
whose address was followed by
brief talks by Judge Campbell,
S. E. Notson, Lew Davidson,
Geo. McDufTee. G. A. Bleakman
and Mrs. Helen M. Walker.
Notice the boys who stole the
box of apples from the truck in
front of the hotsl last Monday
night are requested to report at
Judge Robinson's office and pay
costs to avoid prosecution.
sister, the former being the
father of Loren Hale of lone.
Residing in Linn county until
1871 she moved to Eastern Ore
gon, pioneering in many ways.
There being no doctor in the
country at this time, she served
a large community.caring for the
sicK and often ricing on 'horse
back for miles to help either
friends or strangers in tiu.e of
sickness, always giving her ser
In 1894 she moved to Zella,
Yakima county,' Washington,
and after one year spent at that
place her husband died.
Four years later Mrs. Hale
returned to Oregon, and had
lived in lone for nearly thirty
During the recent World War
she was an active Red Cross
Funeral services were conduct
ed by herson-in taw.C, L Cason,
at the Baptist church.
The large number of relatives
and friends present and the many
beautiful floral offerings indica
ted the high esteem cherished
for the deceased.
The body was sent to Zellah,
Washington, for enterrment be
side the husbend.
State of Oregon, that a SCHOOL
held at lone School House, on
proposition of levying a special
needed by the said school district
on June 30th, 1924, and ending
the following budget and includes
the county school fund, 'state
Salary per year
Mrs. Lucy A. Robinson
Mrs. Lucy A. Robinson, form
erly of Lone Rock but for the
last ten years a resident of Port
land, died at her home at ll:5o
p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 28.
The funeral is set for Friday
afternoon at two o'clock.
Hereon, F. H. Robinson of this
city, who was visiting his mother
last week, received the news of
her death Wednesday, and went
to Portland Thursday morning.
von cor.NTY Kciioor. srpT.
To the Voter of Morrow County,
IIiivIiik decided to lieeome
an Independent Candidate for the
olllce of County School Kuperlntend-
entof Morrow county, Oregon, nt
the General Klectlon to bo held No
member 4th. WH, I uluill jrreatlj
appreciate your mipport.
1 have glveu rny lt effort dur
ing the pant years, and If elected will
continue to do no.
Lena Hnell Hhurte,
A number of lone people spent
a very pleasant evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bris
tow last Tuesday. '
The event was planned to help
dispose of the deer killed by E.
R. Lundell while on a hunting
trip last week.
The table was loaded with the
best of food, for Mrs. Bristow
knows how to give it the taste to
tickle the pa'ate of the most ex
acting. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Morgan and family,
Judge Robinson, E. R. Lundell,
Iaaac Williamson, Edmund and
Walter Bristow,' Frank Lundell.
and the Misses Gladys Lundell,
Mary Grabill, and Lucile Bristow.
Card of Thanks
ve wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors who were
so kind to us during the sickness
and death of our dear mother,
Mary E. Hale, also for the beau
(Signed) The Family.
Do You Know-
I That lone is among the ten lowest taxed cities
I in Oregon? f
1 That our Light and Water system is giving the j
I best service in its history? 3
That present city officials have caused more per-
mancnt improvements constructed during the past 3
I year than were made during the previous 24 years 3
I of our incorporation? 3
I That the present administration is the first to 3
ever pay a dollar against our bonds which have run s
20 years? They are paying off 15 per cent of our
I tatal debt.
I That they are more careful of City funds than 3
with their own affairs? That you will like your 3
I town better if you just visit neighbor towns? That 3
I they spend much valuable time in lookiug after the
i city affairs and that their only pay is unjust criticism 3
from a few wise (?) persons who know just how a . 3
i town should be run? if
Budgit Covering estimated ex
penses, and proposed tax levy
of the city of lone, Oregon, for
the year of 1925.
Notice is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the second day of De.
cember, 1924, at the hour of
8:00 o'clock P. M. The Common
Council of the City of lone,
Oregon, will be in session at the
Council Chamber in said City,
and any tax payer of lone,
Oregon, will be heard in favor
of, or against the tax levy as
hereinafter proposed: which has
been prepared in accordance with
the Provisions of Chapter 118 of
the General Laws of Oregon, of
1921, showing an estimate of the
amount of money necessary to
be raised by taxation by the City
Government, to cover the expan
ses of said City for the ensuing
year, also, showing the probable
receipts of said City, other than
by direct tax upon the real and
personal property, for the yea
Salaries of officers $1620.00
Interest on bonded
Electric power 3500. 00
Treasurer's surety bond 25.00
For water and tlghti - $568&12
Estimated taxes 13o8.o4
Total . $6993.16
It ia estimated that it will be
necessaty to raise by taxation
the sum of $13o&o4 as shown by
the above, after deducting re
(continued on page 4)
Rye at Swanson'a Chopmill
Carload of new crop rye just received.
tf Your druggist ie more than a merchant.