The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, December 18, 1925, Image 1

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NUMBER 29
VOLUME XIV
IONE.OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18,1925
LEXINGTON ECHOES
Mr. and Mr. Sylvanui Wright
, are at home after a months visit
at Bend. ,
Mrs. Ed Duran haa returned
from an extended visit In Salem.
' T. W. Cutiforth had the mis
fortune to lose by fire last week
his property at Morgan, The
hous was unoccupied but furn
ished. The loss was partly cover
1 d by insurance.
!' On his returned from a visit
over the week end of Walla
Walla. Karl Beach brought a
new Sludebaker which he sold
to Charles Valentine.
Diving Christmas Seals is a
Hig hu naniurian work that con
frt ni 0 uooians from now un
til, C ii.tt.mt. '
Lexington High school girls
were very delightfully entertain
ed by Mrs. Fred Kelly at her
ihome on Saturday afternoon
"The girla appeared in masquer
:ad style and with all the cm of
-youth partook of the program of
pleasure arralnged by Mrs. Kelly
A dainty lunch was served at
live; following which the young
nasqueraders said good night
The young son. Warren of Mr.
Mrs. Ul Walker Is recovsnmg
from an attack of tonsilitis.
Jamts Keller visited the Beach
toys In Walla Walla the week end
Mrs. Ada E'kebwn and daugh
ter will leave this week to make
their home for the winter in the
mountains above U -ppner,
Tuberculosis r nf a the United
States in economic waste alone,
$MO,000,000 annunlly. Decrease
this terrifying ficureby buying
Christmas Snalf.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
The Ladies Aid society of the
Christian church will have their
sale of cooked food and fancy
work at Swanson's atore Sat.
December 19, 1925.
Mrs. Johanna Troedson whose
fait was recorded last wek is re
ported to bo doing well. She Is
stfli at the Dalles Aospital.
Do your eyea need attenti in.
See Dr. W. W. Kettle.
A number of lonians attended
the Elks show at Heppner latt
Saturday evening.
Shorty Shaver and Lee Howell
spent Monday and Tuesday feel
ing and triming the trees be
tween the Shaver residence and
the house now occupied by Chas.
Allinger.
Hon. S. E. Notson who was to
have delivered the address at
the Odd Fellows and Rebeccas
meeting at lono Thursday night
was confined to his bed by iilnes
was unable to be present.
Lee Howell, Thelma Forbes,
Mrs. Lee Howell, Rosa Fletcher,
Miss Jeneatte Carlson and Freda
Akers attended the Willow
Branch C. E. Union meeting at
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
FOR CHRISTMAS.
HOLIDAYS
Via Union Pacific between
points in Idaho, Oregon and
Washington, Sale dates Decem
ber 18 19, 22, 23, 24 and January
4th 1926. For further particulars
nee local agent.
Wm. McMurray, ,'
General Passenger Agent.
U . -.4
A t the Legion It eatre. Ice
rw (2Kih and 2Gth.
The Ten Commandments
Show complete each evening
Prices;- 25 and 50 cents
i r A n Mrv ta ni? mi mmmmmmmmmmmimmiimmmmmimm
FILLED AT MIL
MORGAN ITEMS
Mrs. E. G. Morgsn and son
were calling In lone Saturday.
The .Morgan school Is giving a
pie social Sat. Dec. 19, 1925.
Dick Smith attended the dance
at Eight mile Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hynrfs
of Cecil were calling on Mr. and
Mrs. Hal Ely Wednesdsy. ,
Mr. Jack Wagner is helping
Bert Palmateer roll barley. -j
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Pettijohn
and children were calling on Mr.
Mrs. Farrens and daugter Zoe
Heppner Wednesday evening.jtook djnner wkh Mrfl Bguern.
About 50 were in, attendance lnifelnd,nd son Martin
all. The meeting was held at
Christian church
the
i
Your purchase of Christmas Sea's
will bean investment in health
for the State of Oregon and will
hasten victory over tuberculosis
DEAFESISG
Hw We Till Tim)
Builff Wbat tlror I It, old boy?
(Or haven't yo your watch with font
Hlliruse It's 11:4.'i a. m.; bat I nr-
e carry walrh.
BrulfT--Tbta bow d.i uu know wliat
itiuae It Sal
Itlllfoaa I ehave nt T:!M every
i morning and I ran I'll what lima It
,1a, day or night, by fi Jlng how much
ny beard baa irov, .i.-l'lillalellila
JlacoriL
An excellent program is being
prepared fof the Christmas cele
bration by'the public schools.
Tnedateja Wednesday evening
and the place, the High school
auditorium. Do.it miss it.
A double header basket ball
gumeis advertised for Friday,
Dec. 13, at the scnool hocse,
hitf h scnool boys and girls versus' 'J"': "I?. or nmtQ aaT'
ITARY ACADEMY;
CONGRESSMAN SINNOTT
ANNOUNCES PLACE j
AND DATE ;
Washington, D. C. Dec. 18
Congressman N. J. Sinnott
has announced that he will fill an
emergency vacancy for the Sec
ond Oregon District in the U. S.
Military Academy at West Point
b meui.st.' a 'iiiti ct wide con j
pi tiiive exuini.ui.oii. !
The examination, which willj
be conduced for the congrens j
man by the U. S. Civil Servict !
Commission, will be held Jan. 9.
1926 at 9 o'clock a. m at the
post office building in every ti!y
jn the ditrict where the Commis
sion can conduit the same, !o-wii
Pendleton, La Grande. Bal-er,
TheDulUs. K'riTa'.h Falls, On-
tsrio, LakeView, Hood Rive-,Ln
terprise, Prineville, Bend.
Appointees must be bona-hdt
residents of the second district of
the Second Congressional Diati ic
not under 17 years of age not
over 22 yeara of age on the dat
of admission to the Academy
(July 1. 19.6), and not less than
5 feet 4 inches in height.
Time allowed for the examin
ation is 61 hours on the follow
ing subjects: A'gebra, Plant
Geometry, English composition sill
and Literature; United Staler
H. story, General History enc'
English Grammar. ;s
Christmas Is Coming
AND
GIFTS OF UTILITY & COMFORT
ARE
ALWAYS APPROPRIATE
YOU WILL FIND THEM AT
' The Quality Store
Bristow & Johnsons
MIHIIIIMMMIIIMIHIIIIIMMIMMMMMIMHMI
Mra. Newly-Rich was recounting to
an acquaintance lb thrilling events
if the evening before, when Ui bouaa
had been burgled.
"A a a matter of fact," alia an Id. "we
were eating our eoup "
"Then, of count" Interrupted tha
Mail early for delivery Before
Christmas.
lone Independent
JOB PRINT
CcodWorK and BeasonablePrices - 5
Vmas goods now on display
Bullatd's Pharmacy.
town boys and girls.
One of the few things a penny
will buy a Christmas Seal.
Would Nvr De
"Now In winding up our atn( bnn
quel wa will alnf. -Uood Ntghl. U
illee.'" .
"Mara rou gone craT. Joef All our
Ivh will be listening In."
FOR RENT
Four roomed apartment over
the printing office. Rate ten dol
lars per month. Water and electric
light connections are mad.
Boost the Bank that Boosts
HOME INTRESTS
$$
LEGION HALL
' THEATRE.
fhen It comes to a choice between home folks and
outsiders home folks come first. Isn't that the
way you fuel about it?
This I a Imine institution. We are working for the
good of our community, for the prosperity and develop
ment of this suction, and for the Individual welfare of our
friends and neighbors. That has always been our policy
and always will be our policy.
at
For that reason we like tosee the money that is earned
here, spent here and circulated here for the benefit of
local Interests.
The resources of this bank represent the deposits of those
who transact business with us. And the more use they
make of our facilities and the more they co operate with
us the grsater service we are enabled to render them in
eturn.
$$
Bank of lone
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
IONE OREGON
tuberculosis kills producers-
chlefly men and women betwetr
the agea of 16 and 45. Help fight1.
it by buvingChrintmas Seals.
THE CHRISTMAS SEAL
The Legion Theatre has the
following pictures contracted for
r for, and wi l m show tnem In th
('order named. This la the very
oeBi nut oi pictures mai was ever
brought to lone and are worthy
of your support;
Dec. 19, Peter Pan
,, 25-26, The Ten Command
ments,
Jan. 1, Morton of the Movits
, 9. Tpungea of Flame
, , 16, Forty Winks
, , 23, Story without a name
, , 30, The top of the world
Feb. 6, Coming thru
, , 13, The Border Ltpion
, , 20, The goose hangs li'gh
, , 27, Wander of the wa te-land.
Mar. 6,
13,
., 20,
,. 27,
Apr. 3,
,. 10,
17,
,. 24,
May 1.
., 8.
Code of the went
The devils ca go
The air mail
Tbe Charxer
Adventure
Old Lome week
The shock Punch
Welcome Ho ne
The night dub
Am parents peop'e
Oaths to paradise
., 15,
. , 22, Light of wester slurs I
Cut this out and keep it for!
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compels us to. Dont
miss a single number of this on?
ract, American Legion
lone Oregon
OREGON CONGRESSMEN
ENDORSE SEAL SALE
Stanfield, Slnnott, Haw ley, and
Crumpacker Approve Work
Supported by Seals.
"The antl-tubercutoata ' movement
haa alwaya had my unqualified aup
port. I believe that conducting
the Sale of Chrlatmaa Seala to
ralaa funds for combating thla dlaeaae
(tubirruloila) la a moat valuaole pub
lic acrvlce and ehould by all meana be
ancouraaed. Rest aaaured that I ahall
be mora than clad to do anything I
can to further the valuable work."
HON. M. E. CRUMPACKER,
U. S. Rrpreaentatlve from Oregon.
"I am glad to moat htarttly Join In
wlahlnc the utmost aucreaa tn the
work of those enraged In the ami'
tuberculosis campaign."
HON. ROBT. N. BTANr lEt.D,
V. 8. Senator from Oregon
The Christmrs Seal Sale is con
ducted by your local Public
Health Association for the bei e
it of your community.
Christmas Seals are Insurance
against tuberculosis.
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A Qift That Endures
Give her Humming Bird Pure Silk. Hosiery
an J she will echo her exclamation of pleasure
for months.
Knit of pure silk, cunningly reinforced at all
points of wear, Humming Birds will give "un
bro'uen" service for a long, long time. Their
lustrous beauty lasts as well. The colors are
fadeless, the fit is sfujwcl in the knitting.
Each Pair Pucked In RattfiiJ IXcoiiiU-J
HoliJ4iy Box With EmlwscJ Qi(t Card.
40 Smart new Colofs-$150 per pr.
BERT MASON
IS
PURE SILIC HOSIERY
WEARS LONGER
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