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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1925
Editor of Independent,
I have had tome
time all by my loneaome line
movlnit In here f r m the Rod
creelc hllk I brought in two pet
cala and they both stampeded
and left the first night and my
work team left the first chunce
they got anJ I feel like itamped
inx myattlf once In a while.
The State highway on one aide
of my place and the railroad on
the otht r side, each about fifty
yards irom the houtte.
When I first moved in here 1
would run out to see every auto
and train puns and I us not lonir
taking notice that I wus not vet
ting no hinu done mo I quit.
I (uve b n up the highway to
Ileppi ir i ce moving in here
and I think it some fine road yes
good deal belter road than the
one 30 or 40 years otto, and it
Kave me the auto crxe to ride
over it and if you a c a dark
atreak going up main street one
of these fine daa just hitting
the hith places, that wi.l be old
Bill and his new Henry. I suppus
I will he the same as some other
utj crazed driver; no respect
for old age or ct ipp' d women or
children, clear the track is the
system: no bunii ess on the road
or streets a foot.
Lexington, who has remained
undefeated for five years, was
tied 6 to 6 by lone, Saturday at
Lexington. At lU end ot the
first half the score aloob 6 to 0
in favor of Lexington but in the
last quarter with I '-cut aix min
utes to Dlav . the 1 me term in
the person of Clark bucked the
jine for a touchdo vn.
Clyde Kellogg Ti m aLum man
ager for Co. theso many years
has been trar.sf.red Starhuck
where he has sin.'lar position.
His successor, In c'.iarge of the
lone yard of the Company, is on
the job and has taUn up his re
sidence In the Ha ns building.
Boost ti e Bank that Boosts
When It comet to a choice between home folks and
outsiders home folks come first. Isn't that the
way you feel about it?
This is a home institution. We are working for the
good of our community, for the prosperity and develop
ment of this section, and for the individual welfare of our
' friend and neighbors. That has always been our policy
and always will be our policy.
For that reason we like to see Ihe money that Is earned
here, fpent here and chculatcd here for the benefit of
local Interests. - '
" The resources of this bank represent the deposltsof those
who ransut buslnesi'wlth us. And the more use they
make of our facilities' and the more they co operate with
us the greater service we are enabled to render th m in
Bank of lone
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
IONE OREGON ,-
Total precipitation 0,05
No. ofcleardnvs , 18
No. of days pa-tlv cloudy 5
No. of clou.lys 8
There were Ight frosts on the
12l h and liJth."
The prevailing wind wasN. W.
The total precipitation since
S'-ptember 1st In 0 8!
K- IS. IIAKMSOX
A I plares of hunim-a in loue
wili b' closed on Aemistic Day
Col Walt Euhank has project
t d a turkey shoot for I he 15th.
Die motto is 11 come 11 , Turk
eys and geette 'n lunch 'n ever
L-st you forget.
Formaldehyde. $2 25 per gallon
when purchaser furnishes the jug
Bulla hu's Fiiakmacy
1 Have for Exchange
278 acres one mile from iirowns-
Vilie, Uregon.on main gravtlea
highway. Kmc ait of buiio'ngs.
Owner wants slieep or whtai
ranch in Eastern Oi sgon.
223acies six milts from Mc
Minniville Oreuon on macadam
Good building wilh electric lights
in all M.iidiifwS. ItiH 18 good
farm in a good country. Owner
will trade for wheat lanJ.
240 acres seven miles from Su
um mi harJ surface road. Fair
-rm buildings: spring water pip
ed to honse and barn. This lane
is suitable for fruit or grain. .The
owner will trade for wheut or
If interested iu any of the above
write or see
H. C. Wood
The Earth Merchant
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
Rev. W. L. Ruber of Seattle,
Missionary of tl e American S. S.
Union, in company with Rev. C.
M. Smith, was in lone and Hepp
ner, Sunday and Monday. They
presented the cause at the Chris
tian and IMhel Sunday School
atHeppnerin the morning and
at the M. 10. Church in the even
Ing. Tuesday tney left for Con
Mrs. Brown has been iiuito ill
buring the past ween but is noW
The Willow H-anch C. E.
meeting at ihe Christian Church
was well attended, delegates tie-
ing present from all the focieties
in the Union. It was voted to in
vite the Epwnrth League of the
Methodist Church at Ileppner fo
attend the meetinos of theC. E.
I'liins wre made for a trip lv
Morgan, to conduct an Endesror
Friendship Linnen pound paper
now fifty cents a pound.
Si-e Mason's new Adv.
Armistice day w;ll he observed
at echool In lone by apprpilote
exercises at 1:00 P M. Toes lay,
The annual R diecc i convention
meets at Heppr.er this next Sat
urday. Miss Owen of the local huh
school has been quite ill tor some
dsys is recovering.
Lee Howell who has been en-
giged in helping Fred McMurry
harvest his spud crop has return
d to the lea strenuous scenes
of city life. Lee says te wili
never lojk a spud in the face
Thetopicnext Sunday nn-ing
at the Congregational Church
will be the Red Cross.
lone High School fooMu.ll I -am
meets Heppner grounds Satui Jay
Kodak keeps the story
There's a Kodak for you
at our counter $6.50 up
A KODAK i:akcs it easy to keep
your fun. And you would refer to
a picture-record of stock, crops, ma
chinery with profit from year to year.
"Kodak on the Farm" a free but worth
while booklet you'll enjoy., Ask us for a copy.
Kodak Fihn in the yellow lot
Developing end printing you'll likt
The Kodak Store
' Lexington Grammar school
I'Oys played lone foot ball team
Saturday morning on Lexington
field and won by a score of 20
Rusrel Wright wairefree. lone
U am showed good players but
lacked the atrenth of Lexington
During the game two of Iones
men Dan Head and Johnnie Eu
banks met with injuries which
are riot considered serious.
. Bert Morey made a 97 yard run
fo L xi gi :nd with Laurel
Ri ' . bliurvd Lo u.rn a' -t ttur.
O i SiiM'it.s .i large c.od from
L :.'r.tfton MirrutifJng town
wi.ncssed Hi- icot taii game on
the local field between Lexing
ton to-vn team and Athena town
team. Coach Adams of lone wus
refree. It wan a hard fought
gHtn', the teams being eveniy
matched. Scveial tune out period
".'iYM'u!'ed for payers on each1
fele and t.o bco.e wtS made by
ilhtr team. Lexington w ill give
Athena a return game on A'.het a
ii-id next S inday.
On Friday evening last the
adits of the Cjiigrgatijuai
church gave a most pleasing
Halloween entertainment. Finn
kix until cigh: o'c oxupper was
Served in llu lasement rooms
of the parsonage. 11 tie a targe
liumLer ot guuhts nterchangeu
(oui tesii-s for an hour or so over
their tei cupi and later tnjoyeo
?n evening of genuine Halloween
merriment in tin' handsomely
Jicorated parsonage living room.
On Saturday e'venit g at the
Christian Cnurch paisouage lie .
and Mr. Wm.Uc3 Jones eutrr
tained a number of their friend
at a delightful party.
Tl living room wilh theii
la.kiwten iiecumiioiiij loni.cU hi
ttmohphere of mystery to the
otiassitn, v hile Rev. and Mrs.
Jones in plebsing style led the
guests through a series of unique
entertainments. Dainty refresr
ments were served anl whin
he giH-sts departed : t a la'e
hmr it was wuh th-fei !i.ig tl at
only god w itches are j'-.ojd.
Chas Rurchell former rarchci
i here from CorvallU for a visit
at the home of his brother, Ed
Lawrence Mc Callisk-r of Star
hock Wn. visited his cousin, Ray
md Henry Mc Callisttr during
the past wek.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Helms hfi
Thursday of the past week for a
Jl:t.v in PortlHnd.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C. Dawson
jf t5oise Idaho were visitors a
' rn A Lim vsH v Thurs it-.v.
Growth of Law Library
A law library whkb would bar
hivn cmilete. with alt of the volume
of Amor lean derlnlont and alt of tha
voluniMi of AnierlraD atatutp, hat re
cfntly Wn calrutatrd to have eon
tHlnfd one hundred jrenra ago aboat
lSO-volmnea of dedxlont and 60 vol
ume ot atatute. aay the Nation'
nwlnei marar.lne. Today, It I aald,
lllirary which would he comilete In
nme wiine would rontnln lfi,rO0
volume of deoUlon and 11,500 volume
of ntutute. One hundred year la the
future. If the Increane during the Inxt
rentury I maintained urh a lllirary
wonld have to contain l.WO,OoO vol
ume of decldon and 550,000 volume
Plenty of Tim
"Are you Klng wyr
"Ye, to Europe."
"I!y which ahlpr
"lint there I no alrahlp aenlce." .
"There will be by the time my wife
H -;O0D Work
g bAiNliAKY DAIRY
r TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
I FRE. WAR T RICED PRODUCT
H To reduce the cost of living
H use more milk and cream
3 YOUK satisfaction, OUR success.
N C. C. Sari tr.t, Proprietor.
I have j st received a large shipment of High Grade
which wer bought at right prices a d off r them at
cash prices which you canuot afford to overlook.
Buy your winter's upply now
Solid Pac Tomatoes 21 ib can 20 ct. f 4.25 per case, li
Solid Pack Tomatoes 2 Ibcau 15 ct. 3.60 ' case. 14
Best StauJar J Corn 2 Ib can 15 ct. $3.60 per case.
Best Standard Peas 2 lb n 15 ct $3.C0 ptr case IJ
i Preferred Stock Corn 2 lb can 22 ct.$5.00 per case, ff
Fine Granulated Cane Sugar at $6.50 der sack
I Spcrry Drifted Snosv Flour. None better. Buy now as ?
prices are advancing.
Notice of Final Account
In the county court cp
the'8 tate of oregon for mor
iv the matter of the '
kstate of Lottie May
Notice In hereby given thnt Ihe u:i
(lirliriiirt Iiiih filed IiIh tlruil acconi e
11 ailinli lutrntor of the Hut ate f
Lottie May ISenedlct, deeenm-rt, In ll.c
tdiinty Court nf the Htnte of On-Rim
fur-Morrow County; thnt Sotunl .
the 7tfi dny of NoveinlK-r, 12R. nn
tlu- liouriof 2:0) I'. M of until d.i :
in the county court room, nttho
oiinty courtlioiint-'iit lli-piier, M..r
row i-unnty, Oreunu, In the time n-f I ,
li!m-e at for n(li lii-arluu of aiiili n
'omit, mill nny objection thereto, ;
nuil the Heiteiuent of aitld eaate.
T. M. Benedict,
Administrator of Ihe Esffte
of L .lite ula.v Benedict' decent-e-i.
Date of first publication of thii
notice. )ctber,3. Uat ot
last publication ot this not.'oj
November 6. 1023.
FOR RENT ;
FnrniuM apirtmnt oe?
a t p.-i.itin f offiei. Rite ten dV.- ?
-i pjr m nth. Water atj-i eles'.ric f
ith: cinei'.iou aj mill.
and REASONABLE Prices g