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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 , 1926
Mr. and Mri. Arthur Hunt
were the victoms of near Her
loui aecibent on Sunday morn
Irift when an explosion followed
Rome cleaning; which was in pro
gress in an up ataira room. Mr.
Hunt received a severe cut on hia
hand while trying to protect the
furnlihlnBi of the room. Mrt.
Hunt received a tike injury
when the ruihed to the telephone
office to call tsslstance. In her
haste ahe forgot the key and
broke through the window. Mr.
and Mri. Hunt were twken to
Heppner by friends where they
received medical treatment.
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friend sincere thanka for timely
id given them.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
Mr. Head. Editor of the lone
Independent took Chrismas din
ner with Lee Howell and family.
Other guests present were. Grant
Olden and family George Snider.
Mrs. Forbes and daughter Thelma
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
FOR NEW YEARS
Mr. Myrtle Gentry and child
ren returned Monday to Portland
after a week end visit at the
home of mayor and Mrs. Munk-era.
Mr. and Mrs. Eph. Eskelson.
Mr. Ruth Burnett of Walla Wal
a, Misa Gladys Benge and Fred
Benge were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrt, Fred Benge
in Heppner on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keller and
aona were entertained at lone
on Christmas day by Mrs. Alice
Mr. and Mra. Elmer Slocum
drove to Arlington Friday where
they enjoyed the day at the
home of their daughter.
"Drar, I want ytiu to bar ttn
tliloj whoa 7011 irp curried."
"80 do t Ilorm- That's why I
raDoot accrpt 700."
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Barlow spent
Christmas with the home folks
Oscar Peterson and wife are vis
iting in Portland during the hull
Hazel Akers is visiting frie
ndsand relatives here during Ch
ristmas vacation. Miss. A kern is a
student of the University High at
Ture Peterson is back in the shop
having recovered from injuries
recleved while riding his horse
Walt. & Clarence Linn who are
employed at a saw mill in Verno
nia, are here visiting home folks
Via Union Pacific between
points in Idaho, Oregon, and
Washington. Sule dates Decern
ber30and31; return limit Jan
uary 4, 192C. For further parti
culars see local agent
General Passenger Agent
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLD
Notice is hereby give that
there will be a meeting of the
Stockholders of the Bank of
lone, lone Oregon on January
14th, 1920 between the hours of
2 and 4 oclock P. M. for the
purpose of electing directors and
for the transaction of such busi
ness aa may be legaly come be
foro the meeting.
C. R. Gtnzel, Cashier.
All owners of dogs will be re
Tl r T- .at
1 lie uayuse encampment ot Hep ;
pner, meets Jan.4, 1926; and me-j
mbers old and new are invited!
to be present, whether in good'
standing or not. I
Mr.& Mrs. Earl Wright left Su-1
nday morning for their home in;
Baker.Mrs. Wright has been here
for' sometime visiting with her
parents, and was joined by her;
husband last Friday. I
I.!r. &Mib 7.G. Fro!: r. end da
wira irnoafa ft rlta Vt
ami Mrs. W. E .Bulhrd. Mrs. I
FrohniB a sister of Mrs. Bullard.
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Notice Of Stockholders
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the Stock hold J
era of the lone Nutioriul Farm
Loan Association of lone Oregon r
. . .' I i . I 1 t-rrrr . I
quircu io prouuee wciaca loru be hed on the geC0,)(J Tueg.
year 1926 on or before Jan. 1st ,uv i u, uvr. 1 .,,,., i
George Ritchie & famtlv spent or be suljcct to a fine. 192c. ai the hour "of 2 P.M. o'l t
Christmas with Fred Griffin ar.d
Start the New Year right by sub
scribing for the Independent.
Leonard Carlson was a caller in
town on Tuesday.
Mftifata MaUtral Bow ta It 70a
Man Somebody anhd no IdU
tho polio station. TH-Bita. '
Are your eyes in need of atten
tionTSeeDr. W. W. Kettle.
Office .at Dullard's Pharmacy
' Mrs. J. R. Beezley and twoFons
are visiting at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs' L. P. DuviJson,
Fortuno Tllerwyo0 bar
dnrf to let tblnn allda.
Toubc Mid Tm, I play the trenv
boot. Ptao 8Uta Froth.
Whtn lA Beti l Around
"Now U7 aaj tho boaoy boo ta not
really ao amy. It Jua looka boiy."
"Wall, orou that h'ra ta wortfe Imt-
Mrs. Guy (Jason and children
were visiting at the home of Mrs
E, L Padberg during the pant
week, from their home in Wasco.
He v. W. W. Head arrived last
Thursday evening. He beleives
that he can start the New Year
right since his vacation.
This applies to all dogs over 8
Ceo. McDuffee, Sherif of Mor i
row County. Oregon. I
Liquid Smoke and Ham , Pickle.
A Gocd Violin and Case.
Inquire at this ofiice.
Four roomed apartment over
the printing office. Rate ten dol
lars per month. Water and electric
light connections are made.
EYE TO BUSINESS
said date, for the purpose of e!ec
ting directors and for any oiliti
business that may legally come
before the meeting.
C. B. Ruley. Sec. & Treas.
Mr. E. J
Mrs. M. II
and other points to spend part
of the holiday season. They re
turned Tuesday evening.
One 3J inch wagon with
red bushel wheat rack.
shape. Price, $90. 00
W. E. Tompkins.
' lone Oregon.
the film atnr, win Mng
"S." Mid th brt!?irromn. "wo aro
aKiwd. fin MnnilHjr morning at nine
o'clock we vloit th r-gitrar. After
tliat (o to the church ami then
you are tny own doar wife. Have you
Mlltrthln., A r, n i . . I
uriaiuw, "lie eiiUilmtr
Morgan left Sa'.ur- that the aim richu win. of
for Walla Wal a, u Dloa' Luiii-e i.net-
eason s reetings
ishe3 for a happy
The Legion Theatre has the
following pictures contracted for
for, and wH show tnem in th
'order named. This is the very
best list of pictures that was ever
brought to lone and are worthy
of your support; 1
Jan. 2, Merton of the Movies
Jan. 2, There will be a danct
ifter the show.
, , . 9, Tounges of Flarm
, , 16. Forty Wink
, . 23, Story without a nami
, , 30, Empty Hands
Feb. 6, Coming thru
, , 13, The Border Ltgion
, , 20, The goose hangs high
, , 27, Wander of the waste
Code of the west
The devils ca-go
. . 10.
, . 17,
The air mail
Old home we;k
The top of the world
The night club
Ar parents people
Oaths to paradise
Light of wester stars
The shock Punch
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 con
ract. American Legion
The lone High School boys ano
girls played the town team hoyt
and girls Tuesday evening. Tl.t
town team girls won from th
high school girls by a scored
34 to 10, while the high school
boys won with a score 01 23 to
There is a dispute as to the ho
nesty of one or both of the score
keepers, which determines whet
her the game was a tie or honest
ly won by the hiuh achrol boys.
In order to determine the honesty
of the score keepers a guma wil
probably be played Fri iay th
1st. uetween the high school boy
and the towji team boys.
We Wish Our Many
IE1w Friends & Patrons A Very!
lomeof Mr. 2 " ' '
Bristow & Johnsons!
I lone Independent 1
If Good Worh and Reasonable Prices
( L. Troedson
" 1 E. Swanson
J ( N. Swanson
J j W. Balsiger
T.Davidson R. Ekelberj
Page J. Graves
Subs. Boob. Engelman, C.
Young, A. Balsiger.
The C. E. society of the Chris
tian church meets at 6:30 each
Sunday evening. The leader for
next Sunday is Miss Gladys Bail.
The topic for the evening is,
How does God show his loviny
care "? Young people are special
ly invited to attend thismeet.
At the Christian church ' nex'
Sunday after the preaching ser
vice there will be the annual roll
Cilland business meeting. Every
member of the church is urged
to be present.
There will be Special preach
ing services at the Cnristian
Church this Sunday by Evans
elist Ware. Mr. Ware is holding
meetings at Lexington at the
present time. Every body is In
vited to attend this meeting.
The Seasons Greetings
TO My Friends (& Patronsi
There are days for sending merchandise
And days to send a bill,
But this one day of all the year
I send you Just "Cood Will"
Yes, 'tis Christmas Time again and I want to
take this opportunity of wishing you the compli
ments of the season a Merry Christmas and a
Happ New Year.
I've appreciated the business sent my way Jur-
ing 1925 1 have tried mighty hard to please you,
and I hope to number you as a friend and custom
cr in the years to come.
So here's a hearty " Thank you " for your
good will in the past and best of wishes for your
proepcrity, health and happiness In 1926.