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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View This Issue
REPUBLICANS WIN IN
I GERMAi ELECTION
. Berlin. Tha nppubllcaa itroup Jn
Oorinany won tr -mendou victory In
tha national ele-iljn which ware
lield throughout the country Sunday.
; Returni showed t'.o socialists, demo
erate and centrls i ran ' decisively
ahead ot th nationalists, communists
and fasclmt. Tho littler wore prac
tically wiped out.
Approximately S3 per cent ot the
electorate went to the po!U to choose
the new relchstag. the vote twins the
heaviest ever polled In Germany.
Many disturbances between adherent
of rival parties l:pt police busy
throughout Saturd.. u!sht aud Sun
Although there were a score ot par
ties having candidates, the chief Issue
lay between the republicans, under the
black, red and gold banner, and the
monarchist, under the black, red and
General Butler's Leave Is Ended.
Washington, D. C President Cool
idge has definitely decided not to ex
tend the leave of Brigadier-General
Btnedlcy Butler from the marine corps
to serve as chief ot police of Phila
delphia, It was learned at the White
Aberdeen Mayor Civil War Veteran.
Aberdeen, Wash. A. G. Hopkins. 7-year-old
city constable and veteran ot
the civil war, was elected mayor ot
Aberdeen with a majority ot 510 votes
over William A. Hamblyn. sticker can
didate. In the heaviest voting the city
lias aver known.
Lexington News Items
Friday, December 19, the
Ladies Aid of the Congregational
church will give a birthday party
at the church for all who wish to
come. Guests must brinsr as
many pennies as they are years
of age. -
Mrs. E. D. McMillan has ben
sick for several days.
Mr. Ray McCormick left on
Wednesday for Drain, Ore., on
The City Council has ordered
a frost-proof cover for the chem
ical fire engine.
C. D. Morey of Sand Hollow
has been appointed to take the
farm census of the Lexington
Mr. Ray Young was in town
Wednesday on business.
A. H. Nelson was a business
visitor in Lexington ou Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Allyn left
on Wednesday for Walla Walla.
Call for Bids
Grain Export Movement Grew.
. Washington. D. C. Grain export
from the United States last week were
H.834.000 bushels against s.43S.I)0a
bushels the previous week.
NEW BRIDGE CPEN FOR USE
River, 0 Linked to
Hood River. Or. The Hood River
White Salmon Interstate bridge over
the Columbia river, was opened to
traffic Saturday and lifted an ancient
barrier to Intercourse and acquain
tanceship between peoples ot the
north and south banks ot the great
About ISOO men, women and chtl
drea crowded as close to the center
ot the bridge as poselble to witness the
ceremony, after which they walked,
ran or drove to the opposite side from
which they started. It was estimated
that some 400 vehicles crossed on the
opening day. .
A the group met In the center ot
the structure, which is nearly a mile
la length. E. O. Biaachard. master o(
ceremonies. Introduced Mayor R. B.
Pertgo of Hood River to Mayor Ira E.
Hyde of White Salmon, who exchang
Rural Mall Men t Rest Christmaa,
Washington. D. C All rural car
riers throughout the country will get
holiday Christmas, the postcftice de
partment announced. Rural carrier
were given a holiday last Christmas
tor the first time. No complaints re
sulted from the suspension from srrv
Ice and the holiday will be continued.
Sealed bids will be received
by the Board of Directors of
School District No, 85, lone,
Oregon, for the sale of the old
school house, bids to be on the
new part or on the whole build
ing. The Board of Directors
reserves the bell, stoves and
black boards and school furniture.
Bids will be received up to and
including Dec. 22. 1924.
lhe school board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Bids should be filed with Mrs.
Corson, School District Clerk.
DELLA M. CORSON.
Clerk, School District No. 35.
Physician and Surgeon
OH'ice In Drug Store.
F. H. Robinson ,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
To our Consumers
We're holding down the fuel pricesl
Why buy your fuel elsewhere at a loss when it is so
easy to make a saving by buying your supply of fuel
from the Farmeas Elevator Company.
We quote you prices as follows:
Royal coal per ton $12.50
Slab wood 16 Inch 8.00
Fir wood 16 Inch 12 50
Oak wood 16 Inch 13.00 ,
Call and see us before buying elsewhere, as we
, can talk it over with much better results. If
you are in need of a larger quantity of coal
at a considerate price
Farmer's Elevator Co.
By the way-
Have you laid in
that supply of Wood
and Coal for winter?
We have a large
stock on hand at
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
FIRST BA1T1ST CHURCH
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Pressing ' Repairing
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows BuilJing
Ileppncr : Oregon
A. D. MCHURDO, E D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
Uov. E. B. JOHNSON, Pastor
Services every alternate Sunday
at 11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M.
W. HEAD, Pastor
M. and 8:00 P. M.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
PAUL D. M0RT1M0RE, Pastor
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 p. M
. WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Balding
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
jDr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURCEON
Craduate Nurse Assistant
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Thorn who are In a "run-down" rarMI.
tlon will notlr. that ('tarrtt both.r. iv.n,
much mont than wh.n th.y mn In "od
health. Thle ft provM that whiu
r.iarrk la a loraJ 4imk, It I. rrmtly
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HAI.I.-S rTHNH MKIIII KK I.
romhnl Trmtm.nt. both loral and In
ternal, and hi. bwn urrfi n tha
irannni ot i-atarrn roe ott fort
twia pt an aruirviais.
F. J Cheney Cc TolHo. Ohio
m l t : - . . f iw " m ii . ww
7 cr fuel corr
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stoves are used and endorsed by thousands of
Let -us show you a
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Hay lor, The Jeweler, Heppner, Oregon.