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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1926
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
W. E. Billiard recently Bold a
Victrola to the people of Morgan
and vicinity fur school use.
Quito t number of lone Odd
Fellows and Rebeccas were In ut
tendance on the get-together
meeting at LexiiiKton. Full pur
ticulari next week.
Uullard'8 Wiamacy ban taken
the agency for the Hemington
Portable Type Writer. ,
Two hoboeu rode into town on
,tne local train Sunday afternoon,
They were lying on the top of a tnjs wepk
Ilnp Wooil motored to Portland
and Lugctieon business this week
Ho was accompanied by Eurnent
lleliker and Albert Rhea. Thev
returned on Friday.arriving in
The current Ihuo of The Indt
pendent Is somewhat delayed the
partial breakdown of the tripple
expunHion engine UBed to drive
the cylinder preas,
Erneat Chriijtophcrson and wife
arrived In lone on Wednesday.
Mm. Llmer Hull who has been
vimting her parents at Spring
lieu, rcturneu Wedneaduy 01
U. S. Senator Robert N. Stan
field presented the lone schools
with a fir.e wall map of the Uni
ted State, this past week.
A large assortment ot ladies
spring drennes In latest style and
ahade, at very moderate prices,
have just arrived at Hert Mason's
Stationery new and nifty.
The Freshman Class of thelont
high school tendered the faculty,
faculty wives and upper clause
a party on Friday evening of thin
Mr, lie mik' -tx.u't throw t!nw.
I i'ii nut kIii'IU urouml on the floor
Willie. KeiiK'iulK-r, tldi It Hit maid
All wmilil live lutij Inn noun wouli'
lt iilil I'.ciijnmln rVtmklln.
LEXINGTON ECHOES (REBECCAS INITIATE
. ll'Mi J?7: f.Ti"T.! PRESENTAION TO THE
nciQ vinnuia III fcii'Ali'Klwil iaa
week from Kelno, WaBh.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lucas are
entertaining their mother from
A- Lum Co., was a visitor at the
local yard on Monday.
Greater Value Lower Price.
httn Tit tooo r.ipi tj tit Finttt Eoiiiijinmtnl for iyi6
9 SERIAL STORIES r''""1- nii ty i
50 SPECIAL ARTICLES irmiZZ "'""'
200 SHORT STOHIFS . -. Mm.,,,
Corf tlulwrhr - W,-j Crn - .ru. Lun
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DON'T MISS THIS CREAT YEAR I
OFFER No. 1
1, n Youth' Cempanioa
02 weekly iwuca
Reduced from $2.80
Now Only $2.00
1. The Youth' Companion
62 weekly i.Mi. , , ,2.00
2. McCeJT Meiuine . $1.00
All for $2.50
CWl row eki taa mmi Ik iinnxm wilt rmir naiiinn to tbi HUI.IMII US
Of TUl fil'LH, grwTHE lfoUTU S CUMi'AMluN, baua, Uuckuwiu.
BANK Of ONE
ESTABLISHED IS 1903
"Conservative enough for safety
Progressive enough tor service
Strong enough for any storm
Thursday evening a very pleas
fusion was spent with the Rebec
cas by all those present, it beina
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Slocum.their rejrular meeting night and
are now driving a handsome Over' Annual Roll Call.
land coach. " One candidate was initiated after
. ., , . , which tha roll was called; those
A. MOilliaofWaitsburg.waiih ' .-..- PhPr bv u
ington, stockholder of the T'lm . . ,k ftr h ... r,rp,1(n, i
There were a number of cardi-.
an 1 letters from absent member.'
win .!..iin a ut p,w.ora'0'i ine secretary s oesK. xnest!
I! HUG nODIDllll Hi ill! iinmviJ
in well drilling, at J. E. Gentry rea,J fitld the wr!trs marK !
rnnrh lust w.-i-lc. I.Pwia AIIhii mpL eJ Present. !
' I tr. j . . . .'r
ith Dainful burns about the feet! lur8' veroa uucn.e was preseni -
' '.It iL. . I 1L
and hands. Thev were Dromntly,eu u lne memuera 01 m.
m w -'III. 11 . I ,A
dressed and helsreuorted as able wn.i a oeauuiu t
m l. f wnrlf Biniin. ,Rebecca pin 83 a token of appr.
Iciation of herfaithful and willing ,T
On Friday evening last about service throug a good nianj year.- f
forty friends gathered at the' Rev. VV. W. Head made tht
handsome Leqinton home of Mr.'presentation in a way that wai
and Mrs. II. E. Warner and spent rery plcsing to all present,
a number of dclghtful hours with! After the lodge was closed t
them. -.nice lunch was served aud games
The evening's entertainment, weae played till every one was
was given ove to music, song and ready to go home. We hope that
dancing. After the daibty lunchjne may have the chance to attend
wved at midnight, so pleasingiany more of these enjoyabli
were the old time steps that It meetings.
was w un reluctance idbi me
nuests bad the host and hostess
Walace Jones w as called
to Vada, to be at the bedside of u
lister who Is very seriously all.
BODY F. T. ROSS FOUND
HARRIS 13URG, Or-., Jan. 14.
The bo 1y bf Franklin T. Uosi.
drowned in tbo Sweet Home vi
cinity durii g the high water of
last February, was recovered
Mrs. 0. J. Cox has returned ear Sweet Home yesterday. A
ttrum IVndleton where she wentitogbearinir the name "Estill Hill.
to aist in the care of her young; Uarrisburg. Oregon", was foun
ijxand son who has been i with,n th boi, and the authority
;meumonia. The littln one who is'oelieved tht hhe, no.v Mrs. Bei
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rayoli, 0f Halsev, mieht identif)
Young is improving. . !he Loly. Mrs. Holt said that she
had lost the t"g years ago. It it-
L'q'iid Smoke and Ham I'ickle presumed that Ro.-s found it anr
A Coed Viciin and (!aje.
Inq lire at this of I ice.
Four roomel apartment ovet
ihe printing office. Rate ten r!ol-
ars per month. Water and electric
liplit connections are msd-?.
$ & $
iBristow & Johnsons
The Legion Theatre has the
following pictures contracted for
ror, and wl I show tnem in th
order named. This is the very
best Ut of pictures that was ever
brought to lone and are worthy
of your support;
Jan. 1G, . Forty Winks
, , 23, Story without a name
, , 30, Empty Hands
Feb. 6, Coming thru
,, 13, The .Rorder Ltgion
, , 20, The goose bangs high
, , 27, Wander of the wnste
, , 10.
. , 15.
Code of the west
The devils ca-go
The air mail
Old home week
The top of the. world
The night club
Arc parents people
Oalh3 to paradise
Light of wester stars
, r 2!), The shock lnch
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compels us to. Dont
mhs a single number of this con
ract. American Legion
k- ptit, Identification was accom
p ithed latea by other means.
Hoi E. I ii.ho, Jan. W -
Mrs.James A. Taylor's dream
thr.t'the to t of her brothf-r
A ould be discovered, w i ll preserv
ed, in the waters ot the river
which took his life 11 months ago,
came true today when she was
notified that tne body had been
found. Mrs. Taylor resides here.
Last summer Mrs. Taj iordiram
that an embank rpent had caved
into the water, burying the al
ready submerged body, and that
when his was found it would be
Doctoring a Mountain
Knnie h 1 1 1 r in hn Ikvii i-iiiim-iI Id
I'lime ty llii. ulnlonioul of m'lenllsli
llml the Miiilrrliorn, imp of lliily'i
fiiiiioui iiiuiiiitiiiin, In In dinky run
till Inn, mid limy niii nvrr Into Hi
llnllnn rnllcjf. Yen iiro ulnilliir f r
fr tlie Riiclicr dc la Clusoita In Jum
I'niiseil i iipliHiTi to ruli to (lie innun
tain mid utiure II up Willi concrete.
A CMraKft iiuin linn Invt'iitod run
clilne for milking Ice fifniu without
U"Iik Ice, 'i'liug the ilinple iiici,illn
In rciiilcrcd pompli'tA Several y;iM
ngn niimcrnim niuiiufui.tur.'r tuinied
t It ft t Ice criuni could he nui'lc nltliniit
uhIiis cibiiiii, mid now with thl new
est liivinl lnh all onu him to do to g-l
gome Ire civ.ir.i Ik to got It. Kxi'lntiiRf.
I lone Independent
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To Mak Fern Crow
Keep your fern In ir ilwp ciuititlniM
vcuuse tltvlr riMiti extend f.r la the
On 3i inch wagon with hund
red bust el wheat rack. Good
khape. Trice, $90. 00 .
In Radio Land Atwater Kent is re
cognized by every one as something
better in the reception and delivery of
the music from the air.
I have the agency on this well known
line and you are invited to have same
demonstrated any evening.
I am installing a line of Radio bat
tries, tubes, speakers, phonograph at
tachments and all materials for anten-
If you want the best, try out the