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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST, 7 1925
JULY WEATHER REPORT
Thfi report of (he Cooperative
Oilnerve for Morgan Htatiun isu
No. of clear days . 20
No. of partly.cloudy day 4
o, of cloudy days,. I
Total precipitation in July.,0.00
Total precipitation since
September 1st .7.21
For the corresponding yeri-
od last year.. ! 97
It. K. liarbiHon ,
The Lace Maker
Irate Customer Here; look wht
Uiindrynntn t mn'l mm anything
nr. .nn with that lace.
"I T!-tt h r
It i no troube at all for me to
pitch a w.nning game of h,irse
hoed, My only trouble In to keep
from being counted out wh'n I
do pitch it.
On Wednesday, August 5, the
Junior Christian Kndeavor Soci
ety held their party at Walter
Eubank's place two miles weHt
of town. The transportation tor
tho Juniors was furniHhed and
the twenty-five merrymakers had
a pleasant time out in the count-
1 1 Tlid MI, f .... .1 I. r . t Li lua.a
I. J IIR I CI I rDlllllCIMB
served and teamed plaved but
best of alt was tho swimming
pool-By a Junior.
ESTIIAY SALE NOTICE
To all principal
on tale daily
to Sept. 15
limit Oct. 31
I thr1 itopovar
,'ilt th talk
um faro olac t
$f Zl National
J.U" Ik wk At.
U.a. Ml' M WITH
U. I' A.
I urtlaml, Oivff,
1 M .a?
Tlmtliy an order duly ninde and
mitered on tliu thirtieth (lay of July
llMIJ, III Mm J wtt) Court for the
Tliiril Oimrk't l Morrow County,
Ore-goM-Nuttce U hereby given tlmt
on the Nth tiny o( AugUKt ll'J.r, nt
wlmtlH kuowuim the A. Luwlell
luriii, Ick:iiIi'-IJ,iiiIIi, milh of li'iic.
Otvgun.nt lli hour of t:W I. M., of
ulil iluy. tliu following deHaerllied
(Hiruy ttiilmitl will Im mild nt public
Auction to th liighet bidder for
ia.li , to wit one lirowu mult;, brand
nt en right ti I p; to MtttUly the
lhilllllK'. CtmU Ullil kivjilll Of "aid
uiiiiiml.JiiiitliT lii', eoU of iidver
illng wile, iiiii other i'iiM n-h'iilur-ly
made hi'tl'lu iiiiIi-m 1efore mifli
ul tue uwm-r el audi witruy uiiltiial
iippcur uml proven ownership or
HkIiC to ""1 'uuliiinl, uml pay the
iliiiiiurn iiuil alleoat t-xpeiideil here
V' A. Nklhos
li'iie, Oregon. 1
NOT FIT TO LOVE
Dr. Walker i attending the
medical convention at Wailow
this week, lie was accompanied
by Mrs. Walker and the boys.
D. 0. Ely ol Morgan sold a lot
of Marquis wm-at testing 52 per
bushel, t D. 0. realized $1.30 per
bushel for same.
I'iano Bargain' in Jjne
Will furnish board and room
for vour dauKhter for tliis com
inK school t"rm reasonably. Box
15'i, lone, Oregon.
Barnyard golf is raging again
in lone, (jet your resi-srved Beats
from either Perry Hopkins or
We see E. Ii. Lundell drive in
with a new car a few days ago,
this making the second car E, It.
has placed right lately.
Our editor Mr, Head was oui;
enjoyinK the country air last Sun
day. We understand he is a lov
erof yellow lenRud chickens.
Pinuo for s t ein the vicinity of
lone. Beautiful hiijh grade piano
must be sold at one. Lwe
ins? vndd terms $10.00 numtoly to j
responsible puily. t'jr ptri'.i-j
ular9 write to tliu Ciine Mu-ic
Co , CO Front Street. P.rt!ai.1,
NOTICE OF FINAL
Leonard Carlsen is making hay
while the sun shinti these days.
He is coming to town each day
to the tune of 223 sacks of wheat.
'Notice is hereby gi' en ll atth
underpin" I ha Jilei n; fi'ulj
account at alm'm'atnto of 1'iej
estate of Liwi-i Hanry Ctivnt j
deceased and that the Coun'yj
C)U't o'th SUt of Q'wn f j
Morrov Co'tnvhiar)! Tusj
day. the 8'.h d ty of S-r -mber, j
1925, at the ho tr of 10 o'clock in j
the for ?noo-i of said d y. a- the j
tim and th- (Jounty OJirr nvrn
in the C jurt ho'ne at Ho,;iu"r,
O.-ewci. t 'm n string
and 8f.Hlementof stid final :
count. Objections to said fii-al
account must ba f iU J on or before
Glen E. Carpenter
M, R. Morgan finished up hay
ing Wednesday and says he is
glad it is all up in good shape.
Miss Ina Morgan returned Sat
urday from Walla Walla and Free
water where she has been visit
ing relatives the past two weeks.
Mr. Sam Ganger of lone Hotel
is quite sick in Heppner Hospital,
Mr. Laxton McMunay is spend
ing a few days at the McMartin
"You ilon't 'iu to bu wanting snj
lov on fiut ticlk'htmr of your."
" mail, to tieur Unit ft'lluw tHlk
you'd think hltu si Iniportiint lu this
plart it I!"
In lIU vh,r Imi.l.lU will
I'roctriil In lallr rhythm,
Tla aaid. "Yol can't Ilk fill.r. UU
ton act acquainted with am."
HARV3T YOUR DOLLARS FASTER
HERE'S THE WAY TO DO IT
YOU WANT TO GET AHEAD faster to harvest
yon dollars faster make your money go
fanner win the success that should be yoins.
Here's one way to do it a way that gets results.
Handle your funds pay all bills by check, and always
sign with Ink. Chucks save time and money. Give you
an accurate record of your funds. Makes your income
go fart er by retfula ing your money outgo. A checking
account helps you maintain a budget which is the sensi
ble way to handle your financial affairs.
In these and other ways, vour checking account actually
mnkes vour money go farther, helps you get far more
from your income than you've ever tnjoyed before
Makes it possible, for you to spend your money more
Ask us to tell you about this. You'll find it very much
worth while. Come in today.
Bank of lone
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
Mrs. Guy Cason and c iildreu
returned to their home in Vasco
last Tuesday after spnd ig the
last two mouths with her .Mother
Mis. Lai.a Padbury.
Mr. James Cassmtn of Wood
bury, Cal. made a short vi. : wiih
relatives the first of the week.
Mr. CasSman was accompanied
by hisyarentsof Eugene. Mrs.
Cassman has been busy visiting
her mother, Mrs. Ratty 'Pettys
for the summer. They left lone
Wednesday for Engene where
thty will visit for a few days be
fore returning to their home in
Woodburn, Tuesday, August 4th.
Jt I jtlMaUlMlLI
it iTill! -i-riirt
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JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY
CWmter! go thy waslWe.
The twitter of the bluebird i
and the wren;
Ur Duimners sun-not nunev
SAr unvvluch mocks our need
6 ofwarmth and Love
j t-ii all &e heartening ferven
B cies thereof,
S I; i carce hath heat enow to
Pt.thetic yearnings in.
LT from us uiterlyl HolSum-merthen
S '.iail spreadher grasses where
Ltd tlrIast icy footprint melt
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GOOD Work and REASONABLE Prices j
A very enjoyable afternoon
was spent last Tuesday, August
4th, at Mrs. Frank Young. The
occasion being the 82nd birthday
of Mrs. Mary Young. The after
noon was spent with conversation
and listening to Mrs, Keller tell
of her trips to California. Late
in the afternoon gusts departed
wishing grandma Young nury
more happy birthdays.
NOTICE ESTRAY SALE
Need of the Hour
The total amount expended in j
the construction, improvement
and upkeep of leesiatehiKha8 v,m
of Oregon sence the 1913 iaw :'!:
went into effect creating tie iimrnnmriRi I ATI nnitrP .S
EiriS jus riirai-.-i
sale of bonds for road const u." , " ' ' 3
tion, through the medium of tre
highw ay emmission has been S'J4 !
1S7.2G5 lG.including uid receivd
from the federal government, the
the counties and rai'reads. Of this
.Ilia latter tfiiOui.uHa, SCO' -i'X).
37 wss realized and expenoed
fromlthe sale of state tionds;$i,
J91, 2G2. 12 from the motor vel.i
cle ghs tax; $7, 893, 532.31 repie
sented cooperative aid from the
federal government; $5,543, 9-1.
33, cooperative aid from the coed
tiei; 55,033.425 CI ton is deriv. d
Irom the one mill load tax , and
$2, 207.. 120.84 raisrd bv the quarter-mill
In 1924 the total amount of high
way expenditures in tne United
States was $9y0.G8o,770. An tgre
gate $G32,4S7,440.53 has been ex
pended on tederai road projects
of which amount the govern
ment c.ntriduted $276,305,407.(16
The total milage in the fed -'al
aid approved system in the Uni
ted States was 164,350 mile--. In
Oregon the approved highwty
system cevers a total of 49.7C9
miles of public high.wav.of which
878 miles have been treated with
hard surface pavement; 19 19
miles have deen graveled or stand
ard macadam ai d 318 miles have
b.!cn graded and made ready for
Secretary of State
CfW'.m TTT-TTT '' t 'T'.! 1'TTTT rtr rft 1 ' ' 1 1'IMT'l '"t P-T'ai
U TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
I PRE-WAR PRICED PRODUCT
rf To reduc2 the cost of living
M use more milk and cream
YOUK satisfaction, OUR success,
Q C. C. Sargent, Proprietor.
Tlmt by nn order duly until.' iind
iiten-d on the tlilrtli'tli iluy ; July
IWiTiln the JtwtliH'i'oiirt fnrtii.' i'hinl
DlHtrli't of Morrow County, " i-goii,
tiotlie Im ln-irliy ulvcn tlmt nil the
ml iluy of AngtiMt, Ki.'.'i. nt n ;nit Is
knowu iim the liCii I'mllier phice,
located 7 iiiIU'h HotitheiiNt. of Ioiih,
Ori'uou, ivt the hour of 2 ; i" (', M.
ufmilil iluy, the following ih-HcrllH-d
ciitrny iitilittnl w ill Im hmIiI to the
hlgln'ot lilild.'r ftr ciwh to wit oiiuj
hay marehrniiili'd H'.iartereln it' ox'ti ;
Nittari) ) on tint lfft bIhhiIiIit to
Kiitlofy the ilaimitfi'H cunt nn.l kci'P'
Ing of mild aiiltnul.JtiMtU'e fii'x, tiot
of adverilHlng hiiIo, nnd oilier cotH
regtilirly made herein tinb-Hrt Ufere
Miieh niiIu the owner of mhIiI e-itray
animal ttiipi'iirs uitil proven owner
hip or right to mild animal nud buy
the damages and all vtutU herein.
lone' Oregou ;
What wa would Ilka to know
la why amart tMnkurt
Uavan't thouKht tip aoma way it
Abullali clinkara. ZZ
"It mnt cont les tn clothe a wom
an tlmu It used to," iusKeted the
"How do you dope tlmt mitr 1
niHtiiled the nmrrled 11111 it.
"Weft," eiplulned the bachelor,
"there wna it time when a wtmmu
would put everything the had on her
Knelt and now ihe pull mailing on tt
but a little powder."
Draper Bargains I
Dearing Harvester Drapers I
McCormick Header Drapers
-y : I
I have a jarge stock of drapers for the above ma
chhws and offer them at close out prices, for cash 3
Get my prices before fitting up your harvesting 3
machineay. 1 H
Repairs for Decrring and McCormic Harvestes g
and Deering and McCormick Mowers at bargain 3
prices for C A S H 3
At nlcht nftrt the fVMimi! nifal t lh
' Wrinhi hnur". Thti n d alnud In
. the family
TT "Jf S I larold Boll
Ii.tevt nnd brat storv,"A Sen of Hl
V ithn". Si-ver.il liinirlilwiiiaiiof.im
llira are d-lni thin withm a wwk Hr
11, 'j'u- ti.m. Itco. ci'ihrm I MOni-i pv
I'lit'Sl h. r. f.p wvt ..im Birni. nw ism