The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, October 30, 1925, Image 1

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    VOLUME XIV
FORMER IONE RESIDENT WASHING10N rONEER
DIES AT WALLA WALLA PASSES At loNE
ONCE IONISUTY UHIUAL,
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 1925
lAPAI NFWS NflTFS LEXINGTON JCII02S
liVVlli 11UMU HW".
NUMBER 22
Milton. Ormon. October 28.
Loren Ernest Covle. for 15
year a resident of Miltin, ried
Monday at the Walla Walla hos
pital. He waa 54 years old at the,
time of his death, lie was born
at Lebanon. Oreicou, S pt 21,
1871 Both his purtdts wese l rn
at the same pirce, Baidea his
widow, three daiiKhterH, Edna
and Norma of New Yotk Ci y
and Oda of Milton survive.The
fin. i l wi I l.f he d fn m the
; t, it c .i' ii iiur
,.... ' t 1 1 1 1
UNEARNED CRITICISM
By FRANCIS H. IIS80N
Chairman, ublt Relation Commie
Im American Bankers Aoclatln
There has bea soms dUpotfUoa U
arlilcl tha admlnUtralloB et the
aoBtrv's banking ijrttem (or ths sud
s' a coIUpm ot
prices sod curtail
ment of credits IB
1120 and IML IBS
iho ubMtjuenl Baaa
rial difficulties ot
th farmer. As a
matter o( fact, wb
rr blame may at
irh to binkort mott
for the too geB-
... nti financing, w
Fran H,iM ,,,,, CMMi 0f ape-
ulatlv lBotmi-Bi la frm property
Bring tbo pcrl tnflattoa If bb
hit erltlflxm roV I ho dlrocUd at tbo
manner Ib which tha Federal Reeeret
Avium funrttoBed la Ibis slmstloa la
tho opInloB of mar.v II would bo thai
tbo rfi ban d-laved too long la
railing tho MIko int ratea Aa
lUr effort might hv tayd lbs pro
at of InBaltoB
Tbs collapaa of lJ0 was by o
mean confined to agriculture, and was
tbo Inevitable sriuM to tbt laflatloa
period. All bramhe of bunBOM suf
fered la this period of reactloa sod
perbsps sons Bin- IbaB banking,
agalnit which Ihf erltlcl.m has boea
levelled. Tho Boar rial sltuatloB ot tba
formers was greatljr aggravated by tba
tact that the high I md values and high
prices af agricultural products hsd led
man? farmers to Incur obligations
...
I Charles Marion Beck was borrf
August 31, 1822 at Shelby ville,
Shelby Co. III. and died at lone
Orenon. Oct. 24.1025, bt hg 73yr
1 month and 23 days old. .
I He waa married in Linn Co.
Kansas to Etla Johnson, who
survive! him. Of this unin were
boru six children, Cheater A,
Lula Jane deceased, Lelia M) r
t e. Paul desceaed, CharleM
Oscar, and Alma Burnette. He
al8oleavsl8 grandchildren, Uo
arPHt urandchildren and three
m, r- Mi. John Wier, Mrs. J.B
tiu i it an l Mm. Henry Ellis ol
I .aito. as as many tieices
a ki nt pit iwH and a host friends
to mourn . o s.
li (iCtvlaiui in 1883
. ,., p. k -K' ' farming lor
... , .hi. ;t t-r i Kinu in lh
t.i.ai i-s until th
. i i e i.
. ii l07.
. ! I II r j
t i l.i JiAiACY
HlKh School Gives Cafeter'a
Dinner.
Th eiilzens of lone gathered
at the school house toanb make
meiry last Friday iliht The
avmnasium waa transformed into
a large dining room with tables
large and small arrangeb about
the room.
The Hsllow'en motif was car
ruA nut in ripporations of black
and orange. The tables were
centered with gay jack o lanterns
of oranire and black and orange
sreBmers. The stage represented
an outdoor fall tcene.The-e were
ye.lo ptmykins lieinu on aut
umn lei ves. Hack cats perching
on the ftnee and corn stalks for
background.
The musical numbers given du
mp; the evening were the fol
lowing: Tiano solo by Elva Bal
siuer; Violin music by Prof.
Brown; andsaxaptione too by
Wendell Ba'.sigtr.
The menu conshled of:
Vegcvael or Fruit salad
Uo"t or mrat Loaf
Mhed potatoes w.th Gravy
Bated Beans
Bread and Butter
Cake, Pie and Coffee
Mr. and Mrs. Eat 1 Warner
dove to Portland Monday on a
combine business fcnl picture
trip.
Kay McCallisteJ who for some
months past has made hit home
in Hood River end Portland has
returned to resile inLexingto-;
Lexingtogs ere dismisse i on
Monday and Tuesday duri ig the
Ime her teechers attendfd I'
lllude in Henieton.
I'.n. Y Purchell has returned
i .m am,...!ii euj i.i Wena'.c!:3
Kimer ili.nt spent a few da t
r cenlly i i jllensl.u..,Wajh.
iLy McCo- jier waa in chargJ tf
(he service station during his absence.
Scientific Road Buildinj
Whenever the Hrltlh mliiletry nl
labor reqiilrei Information ahout new
ro;id iimierlnl a two-root road Is built
at the national phyilciri laboratory,
and Is (Micd by a revolving machine
which combine the action of many
kinds of vehicle.
Btfc Ptary and Cook
The Greek I'ythea. who made i
voyage of dlwovery northwards In 82.
H. ('., la believed to have been the
firm traveler of hlatory who probably
aimriinclied the Arrtlc circle and
reached the bind of the midnight sua.
Mrs. Ola WarJ drove to Hepp-
r.er with Mrs. Lillian Turner on
Wednesdcy evening .
Gene Fergurson of Heppner
paid Lexington a 1 usuiess visit.
Mr. ani airs. Sv vanus Wright
left Saturday iast Dy auto for a
visit al Bend Oregon,
Win. Esdatjne who soon will
he in charge of Turn A Luna yard
at loin as a caller in Lexington
un Fiiuay. ,
Mucnorthesucasot me ... . Vernon UreriIen of llellx WM
luir m iiue M as LroZ .r ana hen , ., .
I ! xchui ge Uumi-slic Science girls who are
a caller on Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lc-
IEW LEFEVER Nitro
Special only $29.00
V
t'
w V Welt Sntobea, CMimltring
fVTW Um ence. Built ?eot
I V nln anS eund n
On
I J. H eMet npvnJn
V 'A ga. Mow
t J able lock t
y V i .jV pm In jrxirt
X adr
t7.1t
v h v'-VV.
Evmt gun -r - -prc.tf.trd
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. ' ..til . Iik'-
, ep or wh-at
0 '.'-n
' x m l' from Mc
i n m'-teailam
. '. clr c iuh's
, f i h n crtid
i- , v O n r
. , , i.,..i.
v 1 m.l'" from S 1
'nif.c rail, t-"i
; p i - ::t-I 'ip
t'! '
a 1"
1 nil--, to
! I'll.
.-. ,-tt i.i uny of trif ahove
., . , r !
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f C . . . . ,-t, .l
O K I.
j -nr.-.'. "siM-Jtsrmrx
lUtvn ana m.h. Ciua Whit, and daugh-
Frank, M-r, Ura-,i I. .e, UVe,.,e l.on. Pin CitT w.i
ganaua KuUi Snbon. L,Xl,KUn visits on Salurd.j.
j C.ei Ruea ho headed the com
'mitteeon arratigcinerits worktd flie L,)he;j Ail ofthe Cor gu-
.several oay maning raOlee, ge. ,,,.MI (Jhiirolt til enUilwu
Hug aioves and litlpin ruitli lit wm, a u low .n prty on lii
Uecoiaiioiis. lueoiiur mtmoci. t iK1( i(1 1e A () UKllir
at ttu conitniuta Were Gene u y. K t in o: ti e 0 , 0
g.eiuatt and Houston Brjaon. Ua ,nh Hut u i f I o I it.u c
F,ou GraOili luajed the com
mittee on advertising. Tne aciuoi
wibiiea to tliaisk tneparu r,
Biuie. liw J J. Jijo. l'uat A
iuiii ttu oiiieio liO hipvd make
tue u ,ii' r jacejH.
LAKbOb UlAMvS
We iJli to exprt-sj u appre-
icia.io i ot tlie k.nd h ; ful
'oi i.u I- em. tiuiin tut iiu-'S
a :j f ull ol "i"' nui.i.-4 toiti
. . , o X - al ri II iivck
I .tn. C. il. 3 eK.ond Fauiy
C , on llif ioC.I ll tUla tl
um W'0ii8 i.y.
: ihc Br.nk tha Bcosts
v;Mi; iNTRESTS
it .. c ci lc lntv.v n homefoksant
, , c Mi t Sn't tl ft the
; , i -u I ; tiiiimi. f ;:r wtirklntt for the
, . v. ,t r..i. u fir tl c r'rcii y and dexclop
1 is : ci!(,n . r.J f t tie individual welfare of our
. .! r. 'rllion. 11a' I psi lwaysbecnour rolicy
'n.'t-c mfi cy iliat is earned
I. i m luc ft-i tie bcrcfit of
,( u"ces nf this bank represent the deposits of those
vn , uiia o ivn-v, with us. And 'lie more use they
i, y.x rf ur f.cilMits ?rd the n o-ell cy co operate with
'.. ii ; Hrftiv!cc we nc irabkd to render tin m in
Why rhey Play
One reuaon woiut-n lay bridge !
that they may have aomethlng to Uilnk
about while they talk.
, ... i .... ., ol Uii-or,
. .ii. .u.il elalea fonu,-d n
i.i I ir niHlorltf of the Til-
iiii Wfi .-arvt'd from federal tr
rtJuiy uii.ti-r Hie iipervloo of lh
feib-rnl suvprntnrnt. Koine litle
nurti aa Kinuiiky and Maine, were
formed from the territory ot omer
tiln anil ailiulilml into the in on
Texna waa an lnile;endent republic
when It become a elate.
Carritd Hi Own Head
"iH'nla, palrt'B aalnt of France, aMer
Snvli.e heen heheuded In a Roman im
perial persrrutltm. In 272, I aul.i to
hnve plrketl up hi head ana rarrira
It fur n cunalderahle diatanc before
collapsing.
311-
"Tor n 'tftf&.
rj?
$ZZZ$
of
faflO
, ;d S.rplus $35,000.00
rnvn orfcon
?-rvv
I . j lt-vy TrtiiilN
with an (Z-l V i 'j
trm load. aVv --f.
.tandmrtllwa VV ,
un tullt onlyXIsJ-XVi..-.
In 20-rm. -rfjJiF'-f
14-ca. li in- ana
ll-g. Mnd In. with
I. .r,nn A Ifver WOO
th world' champlnhlp
t Hie Olympic nin in
Lond-m. Ifv-r n Btvl
fnr i. rvl' ana aurwuiuijr
U'rite for Catalog
LEFEVER ARMS CO.
BOX A ITHACA. H. V.
Notice op Final Account
In the county court of
THE BfATE OF OREGON FOR MOB t
row County.
in the matter of the
estate of i ottie may
Benedict, deceased.
Notice I hereby Riven thnt tl r on
ilrrxlirm-rt tin fllnl hla fiuul atc not.
it ndiiili Ulrntor of the Ealntu of
Uittbi Vlity llfiifdlt t, dineiiwd, in ilie.
foiiiity Court of the Htnte ot On-a-on
for Morrow Comity; that Katuniuy,
the 7th tiny of Novemlier, IB ', tit.
i he hoiirol a : 00 I'. M. of a b t'ay
In tho county court room, ut ihs
county coiirtlionnoivt llfppner, Mor
row county, Ort-Kou, I Ilie tinif npd
iiImlv wt (or attfli lit-nrliiK of atiiii nc
oiint, und nny olij'-ction tb:-r.-t,.
mill I lie aettcnient of aiilrl eaoti'.
T. M. Benedict,
Administrator of the Estate
of Lottie May Benedict' decei ted.
Date of first publication of this
notice. Octber,9. 1925. Dat' of
last publication ot this notice
November 6. 1925.
FOR RENT
Fn? rjmi apartment over
fn irinfin i office. Rite ten dol
an par m nth. Witer and electrifc
uh c)ia:i3ii a-"emil4.
i.tniiiaiiianitiMnituniHUUUii iHUHUiniiniiuun
I IMPENDED JOB PRINT- 1
-GOOD Work and REASONABLE Price, g
iaiililiiillilill
1 SANITARY DAIRY
TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
PRE-WAR PRICED PRODUCT
To reduce the cost of living
use more milk and cream
YOUK satisfaction, OUR success.
f f C.-ttf PrnnHptnr
I 1
I FLOUR & FEED I
- ad!
Car Load to Arrive October 1
ISperry Drifted Snow Flour.
I Rolled Barley, Rolled Oats. li
- .m m at T
Cracked torn, Whole Lorn.
I Mill Run, Bran, Shorts
eave your orders for delivery from the car and save
iLdrayage.. Flour and feed prices are the lowest for a
year. Get your winter supply now at cash prices- .J
,r ..-..aaeiamJ
Counting CqT!
It has to be done.
Better do it now, and get the
work started, lief ore you are
up against bigger repair bills
for carpenters and tinners, etc.
1
BERT MASON
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