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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11,1925
LOCAL NEWS U9TES
1'raclice Came Of Basket
Building and Con
tents A Total Loss
AT $2000.00 NO PERSON
- H. B. Sly, had. the misfor
tuna to lose hB home by fire i.t
1:30 P. M. on Friday tf last week.
Tho building and content were
toi si loss. estimated at nbout
Fortunately, no one was bur';
though hal the -discovery of the
fire it i'0 delayed very few niin
utiM witf -r thi family, wbo
were 4l dm 'ir would have been
caught by tin falling roof which
cavod in before anything could
bu removed fr.nn llu building.
The only things sived were
fo.v articles cirrie I out at the
moment of exit.
The origin of the fire wan not
determined, but presumably it
was defective kitchen flue.
At present the Seelv'sare stay
Ing at CnrUtopherson's Hunch,
Mr. Euttene Gray and Mrs.
W.J. Davia l-ft last week for
Hood River to remain fit some
time with Mra. 1'. W. Allison.
Mra. Minnie McMdlen made
short visit at Hood River.
A number of l.-xington Mas
om attended a me, ting of that
body in II ppner on Satttday.1
Mra. J. IS. Surlon nnd son
Lu Verne wh. ii emoloyed by
theWa.la Walla Uulleten were
visitors at th I t.ie of J. IS.
Ontry last week. v
T. W. CuUfor.h and Orvil'e
Cutsforth have ivturnid from
a months auto tri;i through Cali
fornia, Arizona u i New Mexico
IS. S. Miller is i; siting a busi
nessstay in I'ortlu-.J. Mr. Miller
has rented a hem i't Lexington
where hi aona wi .reside during
the school year.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
Via Union Pacific between
Tlu Inn hluh vrtwiiil hnaket i.ninlM in Idaho. Oregon and
lu:l teiitn uluyed apraetiee gamt (Washington. Sule dates JJecem-
on Tuesday evening of this week hr 18, 19, 22, 23. 24 and Jamjar;
wards; L. (; ark center, J.J M ,,y 1()ne Lodge no.
t and 1 . hklebcrry KUHrdr , Q p anJ jn the ppoin
11. lial-.ger, C. Young and,, . off.
with the lotiti town team, the
score wus 42 to 47 in favor of
the hUh school. Coach Adams
acted ua referee.
The linn up of the high school
team wan. D. lUadand G. Hitch
ie forwards: L. Clark center; J.
I). Ekleberry ait substitutes.
IV town team line up was
Tom Davidson and ISdmund Bris
tow forwards; Wendel Halsiget
center; Gene Lngelman and
Frank Luudell guards.
Mrs. Johunta Troedson had the
misfortune to tail off of th
back porch of the family resid
ence, Monday evening of this
week and break her bip.
first aid was rendered by Dr.
W. W. Kettle, wl.o look Mrs.
1'roi'dH.in ta the llospuol at the
Dalles the tKXt morning.
Dr. Kettle repot la Mrs. Troed
son as doing well conHUering
the serious nature of the fracture.
Shop and Mail Now
forChri tmae. Nj deliveries on
4th 1920 For further particulars
-H'6 local ogenti
General Passenger Agent.
On Nov. 28, the reguear elec
tion of of ficers for th coming
ted list are the names of the off
iceiB for the ensuing term.
J. K. Morgan N, G.
Ernest llelliker, V. C.
Earl A. Brown, Sec.
P.M. Griffin F. Sec.
E. J. Bristow, TrebS.
Christmas vacition in the lone
public schools begins Christmas
day and ends New Years day.
With the advancing prices
there is i-ome activity in wheat
shipments from local elevatots
and ware huuns,
For SaU: A good Second Hand
Charter Oak Rinse
$20.00 takes it.
' SEE T. C. Troge
The local O id Fellows Lodge
ha been ifiiitfctci to lecute if
possible, George (Bud) Crow.J
age 15; 5 fett, 8 inches tall; wei-J
ght 115 Ihf. ;fa;r complexion, dark;
blown hair,' ttmall round face;;
pleasing persnaliiy. small bunch;
or scar iwd -r left jaw near ear;!
veay faint scar acrot-8 neck in
He disappear: d from his homei
in G oning, Idaho, rn August 18j
and is beleived to be in thia vk'tn
ily Ir. Cow is postrnted and
ai inrormj in w ,tt' '.io hp;r-,
ci:l.id. If B t I sees this heshoitlui
wi'e horn" imiTiedia'ely end
re'.i.-ve his mtlieis anxiety.
lone Lodge no. 129. A. F. & A'
M. elected officerB on the 2nd
instant. The official list for the
ensuing teim as follows:
VV. IS. Bollard, W. M.
Jason Bi.idle. S. W.
i: y St n r. J. W. I
Vic'or 1'etetson, Treas.
Elmer Griffith. Sec.
UNIVEUSIIT OF OREGON,
'DEC. 11. 1UJ5. "Special"-
C.tnw O'Ctinnpr who has beem In memoty of the happy day
on the sick list for some time is in Oregon's classic halls, Edwin
about attain and is rapidly gain 'Markham, Oregon's native poet,
i., hi irnth ha uivon to the University of
- lOregon library two autographed
Note the t'hange m our Ads. of hfg most fam0U9 po
Shnritt RIibvit uhn "hs been Tlie two DoemJ. "The Man
at It . nit (or tune time. heloitiK with the Hoe" and Lincoln, th
his brother with u Weil has returnjMan of the People, will be fratn
Mail early for delivery B;fore
Christmas. Is Coming
GIFTS OF UTILITY & COMFORT f
YOU WILL FIND THEM AT
The Quality Store
I Bristow & Johnsons
Preparation are being made f
t . .:.. r rA ,.iinu-s r
and R- beccas n lone on the 17tht ( )M) H , , , ,,, ,,, t J
Th. meftinrf will be probaly be!
hpld at the 1. O. O. F. Hall, tut!
letinite notice will be givm be
fore the event,
ed and placed in the collection.
Four roonte-1 apartment over
the printing office. Rate ten dol-
. . U 111. I ... .Ii
, , ,, srs per moiiin. Birr onu rm.ii i.
, ,. , , lu.hiiiiiiiiiiiirimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii'-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iii."""!"
Mr . n 1 . a jilt,, .Int. CI
llnnl'B PIiui mtlV i-- J J a. 4
Good WorK and Reasonable Prices
ed to Ione.
P. J. Linn who has
the sick list for tome
i "y!"f"v ) I www J
slu tnlsis almost here.
Hon. S. E. Not?on of lleppneri.
will deliver the addres a thej
coming meeting of O ld Ftllowa'
and Rebeccas at lone on the 17lh
ight connections a"e mid..
Boo: title Bank that Boosts
hen It comes to a choice between home folks and
, oulslJcrs home folks cotnc first. Isn't that the
w iv vnii fci I about it?
This is L home Institution. We are workin;' for the
good of our community, for (he prosperity and develop
ment of this section, and for lite individual welfare of our
friends and neighbors. That has always been our policy
and always will be our policy.
For that reason we liki to see the money that is earned
hero, spent here anl circulated here for the benefit of
The resources of this batik represent the depositsof those
who transact busbtcss with us. And the more use they
make of our facilities and the mote they co operate with
us the grsater service we arc enabled to render th m in
$ $ -
mk of lorn
Capital and S irplus $35,000.00
the Legion Theatre has the
o!loing' pictur.'S contracted for
or, and wt I show tnem in th
mi r named. This is the very
best list of pictures that was ever
brought to Ione and are worthy
of yoi.r support;
Dec. 12, Burke & Kelley
Mother O' Mino
,, 19, . Peter Pan
,, 25-26, The Ten Command
Jan. 1, Morton of the Movies
, , 9, Tounges of Flume
, , 1G. Forty Winks
. . 21 Story without a name
, , 36, The top of the world
Feb. C, Coming thru
, ; 13, The Border LtRion
, , 20, The goose hangs high
27, Wander of the wute-
Code of the veat
The devils cut-go
Baptist Ladies Aid will have a
1 for ru ivnrk nnd lood sale at
ine a:rmaii -The
Chr.r ner Moores Store on sar.JDec.Jhe U
Ad ven '.ure
Old home week
The shock Punch
, , 10.
8. Ari parents penp'p
15, Oaths to paradise
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
rame prices when the r rice of
nroumm compolB us to. Pont
ml.m a single number of this con-
ract. American Legion
THE CHRISTMAS SEAL
Christmas Seal Time H hen
again, and you are already dor.b-
lle.-s familiar with the design i.'
lb 1925 Seil, It hio two cm.
dies set 'in the tivni i-rml hoilj
and miatletoo of iou uoii.iaf to;
3onblowa r;d dni" bantf
ctos, the officii! mhvtn of I h
anti tubernilos-is cruiade thro
ughout tho world. .
About 3')0 years -go Sult.
speare wrote in the Merchant o'
Vet ice about a ca'idle throwing
its beams like a good deed in t
naughty worlu! Many are the
conditions that have changed
aince Shakespeare wrote in 1593
Three hundred years ago ever
irood deeds meant less than tl.ej
do now for people lived shorter
lives to profit by tl em. The aver
age human life then was onl.
33i yais. Scarcely long enougl
to become well grown up, certHin
lv not long enough for that tare
enjoyment of being a grandpr
ent. Disease tr en raged in mtnj
forms and decimated humanity
with terrifying epidemics. Mod
ern medical siience was known.
S K i pOV
How Ht Sell ESg
riiHluiiior How Ou rou ivll
llr.iiwv Clprk- It (loot i'Pltl
Welcome H tme sltii. iip.n'i It? Uut I've tuken
The night elllbl ixwt grmlonl coume in lilglier ,itie-
Autlmr So ou like my Mrtlrle.
What fu rt On you pnrtlculurly llkp?
She Oil, I tliluk tlione quolHlloni
from Hymn r nlniply splenillill "o
I tl ti it) 1 11 Jester.
The Real Trouble
Hub I wIhIi, my ileur, you wouliln't
IIiiIkIi my ontnceii ir me.
Wlfn You talk to iilow, -tear.
HubTout Isn't It you llxten loo
A Gift That Endures
Give her Mumming BirJ Turc S.'k Hosiery
and si te will echo her exclamation of pleasure
Knit of pure silk, cunningly reinforced at all
points cf wear, Humming Birds will give "un
broken" service for 0 Ion", Ion" time. Their
lustrous beauty lasts as well. The colors arc
fadelcs, the fit is shap j m the knitting.
kith fair lu.L:d lit BaiutitJ DcconircJ
Hliday Box Vi'itt EmlxjJ C;it Q:rX
mart new Colors-$1.50 per pr.
PURE SILK. HOSIERY