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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View This Issue
IONE, ORECON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1925
K. II. GORTON DIES.
Miss Gladys Wedlock was visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Wixglcsworlh, Fridiiy
Tat Medluck and Family were vis
iting Alfred Medlocks at Cecil last
Endcra Hardesty and Gertrude
Pettyjohn returned to lone on Sun
day's train so as to b rct'y for
school on Monday.
Robert Harbison left last Friday
t for Eugene to resume his school du
ties. Mrs. WigRlcsworth, having rented
rooms or Mr. Edwards, had her
brother Noah help her move New
Mr. Davidson attended to busi
ness in Morgan last Monday.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. John
Gray are quite sick with infantile
paralysis and flu.
Fay Pettyjohn and wife returned
from Portland last Tuesday.
Mrs. Okay Wigglesworth was at
Hcppncr last Wednesday.
Mrs, Fay Pettyjohn was visiting in
Hcppner last week.
Miss Gladys Pierott who has been
visiting friends in Morgan the past
week, left for her home in Portland
last Friday. Franklin F.ly took her
as far as Arlington in his car.
Ross Perry arrived from Portland
Mrs. Fred Pettyjohn and family
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardesty and son!
spent Sunday evening with Mrs.
Medlock and family.
YVid Palmatecr of VYindynook sat
up with Mr. Gray's folks Saturday
night. Another of the little girls was
BOARDMAN DEFEATS IONE
The Boardman and lone hisrh
school basketball teams clanked
on the local floor on Friday nlht
in the first regular scheduled
leaituf game of th season.
The Rame was closely and hot.
ly contested and was everybodys
KBtne until the close but Board
man succeded in edjrjng out with
two point margin. The score
bfinjr 15 to 17.
Had it not been for the roujjh
tacticts used to advantage by
some of the viiitinir players the
score may have been different
but we can't say for certain.
Our girls team was more suc
cessful than the boys and won
their game by a substantial
margin. The score being 20 to 8.
Est ray Notice.
Strayed to my place Nov. 15, 1921,
13 miles southwest of lone, one
black yearling horse with no brands
visible. Owner can have possession
on payment of pasture bill and cost
of this notice.
Chas. W, ChRISTOI'HERSON.
John Harbke of Portland arrived
in Morgan last Monday and took
James and Florence Hardesty to
Hcppncr with him to attend to bus
Armine Walline has commenced
school in Morgan.
Miss Jessie Miles, with her bro
thers Fibie and Floyd Miles, and her
sixter, Mrs. Britton, was visiting her
sister, Mrs. Jim Warficld, last week.
Hal F.ly helped Ben Morgan but-4
cher last Monday.
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County and
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
We keep a fire department constantly in
readiness to cope with any blaze. The fire hose
and other equipment deteriorate and must be
replaced from time to time, regardless of cost.
We have to pay for all. this and keep it in good
order whether there are any fires or not.
The druggist and the drug store stand in
much the same relation to the community. You
no not often need a prescription filled, but when
you do it is vital to you to have it filled both
promptly and efficiently. But if you give the
druggist only the prescription business, he can
not prosper. He cannot Keep his Btore and his
stock fresh and up to date. If you expect him
to be ready with his skill and with fresh and
pure drugs when you need him then you must
co-operate with him by buying other things be
sides medicine at the drug store. .
The Gift tore
F.benezcr B. Gorton was born in
Big Island, Ohio, February 27th
1844, and died at 18 minutes after
o'clock, a. m., December 20, 1024.
He joined the army in 1861 and
served the full term, 3 years, in the
Civil War, being in the battles of
Shiloh, Stone River, Chickamauga
nd Missionary Rilgc. November
14, 1872, he was married to Mrs. En
dera C. Kingsley at Adrain, Michi
gan. To this union one son and two
daughters were born : Joseph B. Gor
ton of Everett, Wash., Ina E. Harbke
of Portland, Ore., and Florence K
Hardesty of Morgan.
They made their home at Marion
Ohio, until March, 1880, when they
came to Morrow county. In August,
1909, he with his wife moved from
the farm to lone where they lived
until her death in June, 1918, when
he moved to his daughter's home at
Morgan and made his home there.
Mr. Gorton had been ailing for
two years, but the last three months
he was bedfast and suffered a great
His son Joseph and daughter Ina
were unable to be with him, Ina hav
ing recently undergone a severe op
eration and was still in the hospital.
Rev. W. W. Head of the Congre
gational church officiated at the fu
neral services which were held ai
the Morgan schoolhousc on Sunday
at II o'clock. Interment was in the
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends for
their many kindnesses during the
illness and death of our beloved
father and grandfather.
Florence and James Hardesty.
Endora and Howard Hardlsty.
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply store
for Haylorthe jeweler. Heppner.
Geo. McMillan is visiting friends
in Portland this week.
Sctiool began Monday morning af
ter a two weeks rest.
Miss Maxine Gentry returned to
her college work at 0. A. C. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. EaiT Simonton and
family of Sand Hollow were Lexing
ton visitors Sunday.
Dallas Ward and Elmo McMillan
left on Friday to again take up their
college work at 0. A. C.
Elmer Hunt came in from Port
land Thursday for a short visit with
relatives and friends here.
Miss Myrtle McNeil returned here
Sunday from a two weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs1. Rohert Wilcox re
turned last week from Salem where
:hcv have been visiting Mrs. Wilcox
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eskelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pomeroy who
have been visiting here for the past
:wo weeks, left on Monday for their
home at Ostrander, Wash.
Prof, and Mrs. Fred Kclley re-
turned on Saturday from Portland
snd other cities where they had been
kiting during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Grady and
family were guests at the Chas.
swindig home in Heppner over Sun-Jay.
Mrs. Karl Beach and sons left for
alia Walla Sun3ay. The Beach
ooys are going to school there this
Misses Wilma and Opal Leach
have returned to Corvallis to re
sume their wcrk at 0. A. C after a
ery pleasant two weeks visit with
home folks here.
Fred Ball, proprietor of the Com
mercial hotel at Fossil, was calling
on friends in Lexington Tuesday
morning on his way home from a
visit with his daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson
at upper Willow cieck.
( contiuued on page four )
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. May returned
to Cecil on Sunday after spending
several days 'with their daughter,
Mrs. lion at Hood River.
J. W. Osborn of Cecil left on Tues
day on a business trip to Portland
and expects to be in the city for sev
Mr. and Mr. C. Thomson of Hepp
ner, accompanied by Frank Farns
worth of Riverside, Wash., were the
Suests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farns-
worth at Rhea Siding on Sunday.
Miss A'.jldred Duncan left on the
loal on Sunday for Boardman high
school, after spending her vacation
wiih her parents and brother at Busy
W. V. Pedro returned to his ranch
at Ewing during the week and im
provements are still going on. W.
V. has installed one of the latest
raJio sets in his home.
Miss Minnie H. Lowe arrived in
Cecil from Portland on Sunday
wnere she was spending her vaca
tion, and opened up her school, at
Khea Siding on Monday.
John Krebs of the Last Camp has
returned to the farm once more and
his latest accomplishment since his
stay in Portland is singng, and his
atest song is "Her bright smile
haunts me still."
T. W. Lowe and brother Robert of
Cecil left on the local on Sunday
for Portland. Charlie Chandler of
iilow -creek ranch accompanied
hem as far as Portland on his way
to visit friends at Vernonia, Ore.
Clarke Ccrj of Louisville. Ne
braska, is visiting with his daughter,
Mrs. W. H. Chandler at Willow creek
anch. Mr. Core wll spend some
time in Morrow county and other
arts cf Oregon before returning to
( continued on page 4 )
Biz Engelman was quite ser
iously indisposed this week bat
is reported much improved as w
K0 to press.
For any thing in furniture set
S. E. Moore.
Floyd Barnett has returned to
Hood River, .after a short visit
with relatives and friends in our
Biz. Engelman installed a new
radio set for Dr. Walker tkia
week and the Doctor is nov it
hearinif distance of al! the world.
' The old I one school house will
soon be ottiy a memory. A ONW
of men have been at work tkia
week wrecking the building1.
Mrs. Emma Johnson of Conttt,
sister of Mrs. L. P. Davidson of
this city, is in lone.
She has been taking; treatmsnU
at The Dalles Hospital but on
Wednesday of this week waa
brought here and is now being,
cared for by Mrs. Davidson. Sh
is much improved but is still
confined to her bed.
Your Druggist is more,
than a merchant
One buckskin horse, weight
1100 lbs., bas been on tka A. L.
Douglas l anch for the past three
months. Owner may have same
by paying three months feed ail)
and price of this Adv.
M. J. Ingalls.
Iiave your watch repairing' ftt
Swanson'e Feed and Supply S'trt
for Haylorthe Jeweler, Hepyntr.
A lighted match to the wick find your
oil conkstove is instantly ready. It con
centrate clean, steady heat directly
on the cooking utensil.
No coal or wood to lug, or ashes to
shovel out a clean, cool kitchen free
from dirt and smoke.
To obtain best results, use Pearl Oil
the clean-burning, uniform kero
senescientifically refined and re
refined by a special process.
Pearl Oil is sold by dealers every
where. For your own protection order
by name Pearl Oil.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Our Community at large and
In helping us make a sue
cess in the welfare of conducting aad transacting
our business throughout the past year we salute,
congratulate and thank you all. You have been
benefitted and satisfied with a saving on our fuel
quotations this past year, at the Farmers Elevator
Co. And as the approach of the 1925 New Year
which is now in our existance, we realize it Is a long
. time until spring. Duty demands of every man at
the head of 1 family where there is a" Dear Wife
and Loving Children, to protect and consider their
welfare as much as possibe. In existance of this
New Year there must be fuel to burn to keep the
home comfortable and cosey. It's the duty of a
Parent to thiuk and consider for his family's wel
fare as well as his own self. In conducting such a
transaction in a shrewd, business-like manner, you
mqst not be led in blinduess. Use your eyes and
also your head; it's there, shske it up end you will
find it high time to commence your New Years reso
lutions by investigations in all your business trans
actions for the eumiug year. By doiug so you will
feel gratelul to the Farmers Elevator Co., lor hold
ing down the fuel prices. We are benefitted by
your patronage and we make you a saving for we
are a home industry. Hallick Stenge.
farmers Elevator Co,