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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL .1, 1925
HI SCHOOL TEAM
Crosses bats with Hcppner
High wins game by a score
The High Schooi baseball team
got off on the right foot this
season by annexing Heppner's
calp in the first game on the
local field last Saturday.
The local boys far outclassed
their opponent! in all depart
ments of the frame and succeed
ed In gathering 9 runs to Hepp
ner'i 1. v
lone made three runs in the
first canto on two hits and an
error, three in the third on a
walk and several errors, and
three in the fourth on four hits.
Ileppner secured their lone tally
in the ninth, when Dexter, Hep
pner'a "Babe Kuth" madj a
well placed hit and succeeded in
reaching third base when Bristow
fielded a slow grounder and
over trrew first allowing him to
In spite of the fact that lone
lost reven men from the last
year's squad some promising new
material has been uncovered and
the prospects re good for a
team that . will hold it's own
with the beet
The Lineups " j
Linn ei Moore'1
Total precipitation 0.33
No of clear days 11
No. of partly cloudy days 12
No of cloudy daps 8
There were killing frosts on
the 7th, 21st, and 2Cth.
The total .precipitation since
September 1. is 5.34 inches.
Totul preaipitation for cor
responding period last year 4.67
R. 13. HarbiHon, Co-operative
Baptist Ladies Aid, annual
May Duv, food and fancy work
sale, May 2.
The lone High School baseball
team defeated Lexington on the
local field Thursday afternoon by
the score of 6 tol.Onlv seven
innings were played as it was a
practice game and was started
. lone used three pitchers Ritch
ie, Linn and Ekleberry neither of
which had any trouble, with the
excellent support given them by
other members of the team, in
holding down their opponents.
tart that account today
and when you think of a bank,
think of our Bank then come in
and get acquainted.
You Need Us We Need You
As business friends we
are both made stronger.
Bank of lone
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WILLOW CREEK BO
NEERS Edward Otuff was born in Ire
land, in 1829, and came toAmer-
ica with his parents.
When a child their home was
established in Indiana, where he
grew to manhood. He received
a good education add took up the
stndy of law. The diweovery of
gold in. California started him
wetit and he arrived in Oregon
in 1350, later exploring the Cal
ifornia mines and then took up
merchandising in Yam .il county.
In 1855 50, the tireaidng out of
the Indian wars fcund him en
listed with A. J. llembcre's Vol
unteers. He was commissioned
first Beargent and served thru
the campaigns of Eastern Ore
gon md Washington. When
mustered out he relumed to the
Williamette valley, where he re
sided until 1870, when he came
to this section and located his
cattle ranch on what is now
known as the Ilolup ranch, ad
joining lone. He lollowed stock
raising on this place until his
He held the office of Justice of
the peace for many years and
owing to his knowledge of law,
was of much assistance to the
early settlers, in legal matters.
When the town It gun to grow,
he laid out a few blocks otf the
west end of this farm and his
first act was to donate Iota for a
church and parsonage. The
Congregational church was the
first building erected on Clufl's
addition. The demand came for
more churches and he also do
nated land to them and helped to
build more churches.
Mr. Gulf was a very liberal
man and ever ready to give
assistance to those in need or to
promote the interests of the
community, and he enjoyed the
friendship of all whom he met. 1
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
I. L. Howard returned from
Portland, Saturday with a new
7 passenger Ueo car, upholstered
in Spaninh leather and equipped
with full balloon tires, fore and
after bumpers, inebriate hand
holds on the headlights, aid
Mrs. Ralph Akers went to
Portland, Tuesday where, the
entered a sanitarium. Ilea's
hoping for her quick recovery
and early return.
C. W. Swanson has completed
the plans and ordered the mater
terlal for his cold storage plant
and will begin construction and
instalation in the near future.
.Sunday's base ball game at
Hoard man ended in a defeat for
Heppner by a score ot 4 to 5.
Stop! Look! and Buy! Dorcas
Society sale, Saturday, April 4.
Anglers, voucan get fishing
tackle at BULLARD'S PHAR
Mr. C. H. Calkins and wife of
Grenhman spent the week end
in lone with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mis. Dewey A. Gihbs
lef t Ion?, Suruiay, for Gresham,
where they will make their
Do you need garden tools?
Etigleman has them.
Mrs. King and baby are visit
ing this week wit Mrs, King's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply Store
for Hay lor the Jeweler, Heppne.r.
' i a r vi mm .
wessrs n. u. anu jonn Mont
gomery were in Portland over
the week end returning to lone
Sam Ganger, Walt Smith, and
Oliver Haguewood went to Port
, Mr. and Mrs. Bowlan of the
Idaho State Life Insurance Co,
were registered at the Hotel
lone, last week.
Mr. Bill LeTrace is in town
and regihtered at the Hotel lone.
Mr. C. R. Gunzel was in Port
land on business the first of the
Rev. Wallace Jones, ol Lex
ington, was an lone visitor Tues
dwy and favored the Independent
force with a call.
The marriage of Mr. Harlan
Jones and Miss Vera Webster.
took place at the Meloodist par
Uonage at Heppner. on Saturday,
March 29. Rev. E. C. Alford,
tne pasur of the Methodist
Mr. Jones is a resident of Ta
coma, where the new couple will
make their home. Miss Webster
is a teacher in the lone School
Tee parents of the bride reside
in Yakima, Washington.
He lived a bachelor and when old
age came upon him his mind
weakened weakened, he died in
the Oregon State hospital and
but one distant relative was
found to claim the estate of this
highly respected pioneer, who
passed away in 1906.
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' A lighted match to the wick and your
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on the cooking utensil.
No coal or wood to lug, or ashes to
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To obtain best results, use Pearl Oil
the clean-burning, uniform kero
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Pearl Oil is sold by dealers every
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by name - Pearl Oil.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Portland. Oregon; Charles
Wakefield Cedman has just
signed the contract under which
he is writing music for "Rooaria"
the pageant of 5,000 perrons to
be produced htre in conjunction
with the 1925 Rose Festival.
June 15 to 20. Uuder the terms
of the agreement, Cadmau will
com to Portland to direct the
orchestra in the rendition of an
especially written intermezzo
number. A Rose Festival num
ber also is being especially writ
ten.-Portland Chamber of
International Harvester Prim-
rose tream Senarators at
Greatly" reduced price?. I
have No. 1 and No. 3 sizes. If
in need of a Separator get my
Big crowd greets presentation
of Pandora last Friday
, A full house greeted the prt
sentation of the operetta Pan
dora last Friday evening, v
The young people gave a fn.j
rendition of the legendary story
and reflected great credit on
their instructor, Evelyn LI
The very appropriate stie
setting and costuming added
much to the effect, which was
further enhanced by the tx
cellent acoustic properties of lid
The display of native ablity on
the part of the children was in
the nature of a revelation U
some of their elders.
We understand that the oper
etta may be repeated and possibly
taken to Lexington.
The well known and success
Minneapolis rupture expert, Mr.
C. F. Redlich will be in the Dal
'es on Monday and Tuesday Apr.
13 and 14, at the Dalles Hotel.
Ruptured people come many miles
to see him. Consultation is free.
Watch the Dalles papers for apt
The farmer would rather hsva
an increase in income than a de.
crease in income tax, but who
thinks about the fanner . Ga.
Now booking orders for day .
old chicks. Terms one-half cash
with order, 12, 14, 16 cents each.
When eggs are furnished will
run 144 egg capacity for $6.00
cash when set.
Willow Creek Poultry Farm.
The Independent's phone num
ber is 62.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
if you will compare cash prices
you pay elsewhere with the follow
ing list and you will find numer
ous other bargains on my cash
Buy where your dollar covers
Soli! PjcVtomatoes 2siz2 21c
Solid Pack Tomatoes 2 16c
Preferred Stock Peas 2 23c
Hedge Peas 2 17Jc
Staudard Corn 2 17ic
Standard Peaches 21 22c
Standard Apricots 2J 22c
Lima Beans 2 12c
Babbits Lye 2 for 23c
Diamond VV Hominy 2i size 18c
Diamond W Kraut 24 18c
Iodized Salt 15c
Diamond W Catsup 32c
Best Cans Fruit or Bjrry Suiar 8 65
Olympic Cereals in packages 10 percent
off regular price.