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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14 1925
FIGHT ON SCARLET FEVEIt
Dr. Francis 0. Blake; of the
Yale Medical achoul, in a carefully
prepared report upon prolonged
experimentation with the new hp
rum for the treatment of scarlet
fever, announce! that In a (treat
number of cases treated, cures
were effected In all of them, no
matter how aerioua nor how far
advanced. Dr. Blake's conclusion
la that the sernm used in the
treatment of scarlet fever cases
la fully as effective ai that ued
in the treatment of cvnof diph
the i '. - We aaw no nation In
Dr. l3!ike'i report of tl ubjpct
of after ef fecta docto a call
th -m aeqt'elae of acarlet fever,
enV" ih IVjtercburg Progres-In-
dx. It is presumed that these (
likewise are ontrolled by these-,
rum. Thus, another and almost
the last of the diseases of child
bond yields to medical science,
LOCAL FEWS NOTES
Emil Carlson" of" Gooseberry
loHt a good horse the other day.
The animal went west by the
Black Flag Kills Flies Effect
ively. I'owder oe liquid.
Lucile Bristow who has spent
the summtjr in Walla Walla
County, returned to her hume
Burl and Kay Murray spent a
few daya in Hood Kiver recent
ly, rcturtig home Thursday.
Fsank Engleman and wife
motored to Portland Friday.
They were accompanied by Joel
and Fern and also by Mil'
T all pim-trl
on sale daily
to Sept. IS
limit Oct. 31
p. iU t" gaum m
Vitit th folk!
I "bmok Eamf
now whil that
I fat an low
Low rmli to
dnmiMlt ol tlmo
in. Mc Murru
O. 1' A.
Arch Cochran made a business
to Portland thia week.
Mary Crabill returned home
Sunday' from Portland where
ahe has been spending the Sum
We see Dad Ackerman on
the street attain after a short
spell of sickness.
Mr. Honev of Gresham is reg
istered at uhe Hotel lone.
The Montgomery brothers ate
in Portland this week.
ESTRAY SALE NOTICE
To whom it May Concern
I wish to inform the poorn.utt
who attempted to burglarize my
office, at 1:30 o'clock on the
morning of August 12, 1925 that
it is no use as 1 have beat him to
the motey and all papers of val
ue lave Ln copied.
For wood and cool at the lowest
possible prices sue the Farmer's
Ele ator Company.
County Treasurer Leon W,
Briggs passed through lone, Wed
nesday - forenoon, occompanied
by his wife and daughter.
Thes were begining. two
weeks vacation trip. Their itiner
ary was not fully determined but
includes a short stay at Shippard
Springs in Washington.
M.. Brigs ia looking well it now
gaining atrength. ,
Cash does the work. See Mason's
The School Board at the last
meeting employed Mr. V. IV Ad
ams, formerly of Westport, Ore.,
as instructor in the lone high
school. Mr. Adams is a graduate
ol Pacific University.
Mr. E. S. Ackerman was taken
ill lasi Saturday evening and has
confined to his room this week.
Mr. SaUi Ganger who was vet y
hriouslv ill last week, hasretu n
e;l from the hospital and is tl 8
week receiving the congralu'a
tions of h;a fr.ends on his recov
ery. A broken wire cut off tli street
1'ghtsjin lone Monday niyht. The
necesary repairs were made by
Marshal Franks and a lineman
JIarney Bardett has n:w a ton
and heir Ths mther and chi.O i ae
beidg cared for at Mrr. JorcaVi
and both are doing well.
All bid for transportation of
pupils fom the Cool farw to the
school house at lone were reject
by the School Board at its last
meeting and new bids called for
new bids to be opened on Friday,
14th of August.
The ground of rtjecton of the
bids received under the first call
was the inadquacy of the equip
neut tr j of (1 to be used by the
Hieh urade piano near lone will
be soln to a reliable partv at a
biir aaving. $10 monthly will
handle. A snap. Write at one to
fill n n Piano Store, Salem.Ore
Apple Pile Up in England
Ai many lOU.UOO barrela of aptc
litre been atored at Southampton, Eng
land, atone Umt.
PACIFIC INTERN 'HTML
BIGGER AND BETTER
Record output of
The premium list of the fif
teenth annual Pacific Intern',
tional Livestock Exposition,
which will be held at Port' arid,
Oregon, October 31 to Nov. 7,
incisive, has just beeu received
at chii office and careiea a total
from all seurces of nearly $100,
This great live stock classic
of Webtern Americi promises to
be still better than any year be
foae and a'rea iy entries of vari
ous sorts of livestock are prom
ised from every part of the U. S.
The wonderful building covers
over ten acrea of ground and ap
parenrly be filled to overflowing
this year with breeeing an ; mil a
fron all parts of the country and
tnose who expect to come should
send in tneir entries early.
Premium list can ba obtained
by addressing O. M. Plammer,
General Manager, 2ll Northwest
rn B-nk Bjilding' Portland. Ore
Eitries must be in be'ore Octo
br 10 on ihi or eeing stock and
hifore October 2Q on the fat stock
Lighting equipment worth f20"
866.000, or more than half a mill
ion dollars'a day, was manufac
tuoed and dhtributed for use in
American homes and factories
last year.according to a report
just issued by the Departmertof
This total marks a new high
record for the ludustry. and ia
13 8 per cent more than that of
1923. Itself a record year, with a
tottl of $100,926,000.
The value of lighting equip
ment alt n '.taken r.'ten year per
iods.is given at follows:
1904 t 26.560.000
The Open Window
Wolvet Stick Together
' Ernest Tlmmpaon 8ton ia lit hook
an Northern anhnala rays that wi.lvn
are th moat amiable of neuv u(
prey. Tliejr gatltrr in banda or imrln
during winter uionthi rhlefly for tin,
pnrpnae of rendering to caeli other
Practically every aovermni ni on
earth la a ruotomer of a little aJtop In
New Jerm-y, here the geometric
iaihea for riicinvlnic the pntt-rna on
banknote and aluiilur lntea are mnntt-
fnt nrml T
Through tlie Kxperiniei t Million, the Kxteindon Service
mid Itwli'i n, I ..s, i rii-f l ii
That ty nn irU-r iluly mmle and
eiit.Tt.! on the thirtieth liny ( July
ItCft. In tili Jnntl'f t inirt for the
l l.lr.l lilHtrlrt of Morrow County,
tinfoil Not hi I h'Tcliy alveii t'rnt'
on tin Ilih ilny ( AUKiit lie, at
ultiit 1 ll IliatW II UM
n " - -a a ' - .
fiiriii,lo.tes.lJ.mlli-a.mthof lone. bCieilCe lOf bCrYlCC
(lri'(ou,ni nn) iniiirui i.oo i .
mi hi dill', the followlnit i1itIImm
i-Htrny niilnml will lw milj lit public
Auction to the lilKliint lihliK-r for
rni.li', to It one hrowii iinilf, lirnml
1 X, n r Klit hip; to BiitWy the
Ihiiiiik. coal Bild keeplil of all 111
iinliiml.Jnitliftiea, coala ol iidver-
tlalliK aitle, mill oilier enata n-gnlur-
y mmle herelli iiuIi-mh U-fore aueli
aule tue owm-r i-l Kith) i'tniy iiuliiml
iiH'iira nml rovea owiiithIiIo or
rlKlit to ""Id 'miliunl. mi'l "T l'1
ilumnK nml nlleoata exM-u.l. il here
(: A. Nki.no
II INDEPENDEfiT JOB PRINT- .
-GOOD Work and REASONABLE Price3
-'H o tt n nr nAiDV E
Oregon Agricultural College j
Serves the Farms the Homes and Industries of Ore. EE
1 1 ,'..m 11 Collogo imIiiciiiIoII III S
Agriculture, ( ( mmerce, Engineering, Pore&try, S
Home Ecoromi s, Mines, Pharmacy, Vocational .
Education, Clien-.ical Engineering, Miliary i'cience g
and lactic i ::
HAL VEST YOUR DOLLARS FASTER
HEUK'S THE WAY TO DO IT ,
YOU WANT TO GET AHEAD faster to harvest
ytir dollars faster mak your money g
farther win the success that shiuld be you a.
Here's one way to do it a, way (hat gets rtaulis.
Handle your fundi pay all bills by check, and always
sign with Ink. Checks save lime and money. Clve you
an accurate record of your funds. M ikes your income
go fart er by regula intf your money outgo. A chicking
account help you maintain a budget which is the sens!
ble way to handle your financial affairs.
In these and other ways, your checking account actually
makes your money go farther, helps you get far more
from your income than you've ever enjoyed 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
jE The School ol HASH' A UTS ANI S IKNVKH jinivl.!.M tliffoun-
jS dutlon for nil tii-luilcul foumea. The tramliitf Im-liiil-w Pliyslr.il
S Kilurntlnn. ImliiMtrlivl .loiirnnllNtn. Km-lnl Srl"iiein. nml Miiok
S Fall Term Begins September 21, 1U25
S Kor lllimtrnti'il I'ooklela nml MTille Itiloriiintloii. write to
E The ItKlilSl'UAIt, Oreifim Agrlcultiinil foll. Ki- t orvullla. Or.-.
TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
PRE.WAU PRICED PRODUCT
To reduce the cost of living
use more milk and cream
YOUR satisfaction, OUR success.
! H r P Qnrrtpnt Proprietor.
If- w. - - r X
CASH BARGAINS! 1
Fi.vno Bargain in Une
Piauo for aa'e in the vicinity of
lone. Beautiful high grade piano
' must be sold at once. Large si v
; ing y ndd terms $10 00 montoly to
! responsible party. For partic
iulars write to the Cline Music
' Co , 06 Front Street. Portland.
NOTICE OF FINAL
NOTICE ESTRAY SALE
Tlmt by nil order duly ih.kIh nml
entered on the thirtieth dn.y ef July
iWJft In the JtiMleecourt lor; lie Third
DlHtrlet ol Morrow Comity. OrvKo".
notice la hereby given II' ton the
i'Snrt tiny of AiiKUHt. lir.'S. t wlmt Ik
knowuiwthe U- I'ndheirf lme.
located 7 nillea aouthonat of lone.
Oregon, nt the hour til 2 ; on I', M.
..f .11 1,1 ,l,i v. tlm fiillnwlliu ileacrllM'd
eatrny nnfiniil will 1m mil I to the
hljtlunt bldiUrfor cimh to w it i.ne
buy ninrebrnndfd qimrterilalu upen
mm re -1 f - on tint left aJiunhler to
aatlrfy the dumiigea cuat nud Ki-ep-
Ingot anld Rulmiil.JiiHtlie f .tea, mat
of ndvertldlnir wile, nnd oihur eoata
regutnrly niudu herein mil a Mere
aiitlt aale the owner of anld empty
nnlnuil amienra nnd prove owner
ahlp or rltflit to Hitld Hiilinnl nud buy
the dnnuiKea uud nil cunt IiliiIii.
Notice is hereby given that lie;
undersigned has MM hi fir all
account as ailminittrator of the'
estate of Lewis Henry Carpenter, j
deceased and that the County !
Court of the State of Oregon for j
Morrow County hasuppoiled Tues
day, the 8th day of September, j
1SI2T), at the ho'.n tf 10 o clock in
the forenoon of tmi.i oa) ai Ihe
time, and the County Coutt loom'
in the Court house at Iieiiprer,
Oregon, as the place, of I taring
and stMlement of said f'tal ac
count. Objections to i-aid final
account must be filed on or before
Glen E. Carpenter
iKentucky Drills Peoria Drills
! Wood Harrows Steel Harrows
! Springtooths International Wagcr.s i
Primrose Separators . ,;
I CASH TAKES THDM
I AT WHOLESALE PRICES!
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intf.t nt brnt mirv,' A Son M III
t jlh.l' S-vtrl li.imtf-r tioUMtid I. nt
liirn art d.in thm within a wnk nn
null !C ll. ll "Ol Hir.it .HI no nv
u..kitL..H ,j w.ot 1'nil iw.i.I.tl
cprnnlhand trail wagon with rack and a Z,ood
AKUVU f IS
wheat rack. Get my prices n m necu ui e.- ::
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