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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1926)
( GcoiWashington of Today "
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. E jr
wre In Heppner Saturday evt.t
Mr. BertPalmateer was in Lex
ington Wednesday and purchased
a suti of horses from Mr. Luca,
Mr. and Era. J. A. Troedson
and dauRhter were calling on Mr.
and Mr. Enis Minor, Sunday.
MissBeulah Pettyjohn war t.e
dinner (juest of Miss Gladys Med
Miss Ellen Ely. of Ella, spent
the weeK end with Mrs. Cltu
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Mfdlclne fur the
pint twelve years
DOES NOT OPERATE
WiU be in the Dalles on Sat
urday Feb. 6, at the Dalle
Office Hours, 10.00 A.M
to 4:00 P.M.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. .NMlethln In a regular srndi
ate In medicine and surgi'ry and
licensed by the state of Oregon. H
doe not operate fur chronic appen
dlrltU, Rail tones, ulcer of stoin
ach, tonsils or adenoids.
lie lias to bis credit wonderful t
uttslo diseases of the somnch. llv
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, bear'
Kidney, bladder, bed wetting, ch
arrh, weak lungs, rhuinatUni. scb
lea, leg ulcers And rectal aliment
Below are the names of a few i
blsmany satisfied patients In Ore.
Rose J. Alplu, Carson Wash, nerv
trouble. Mrs Otto Will. Jefferson
varicose Ulcer, leg. M. P. Christian
on, Albany, bladder trouble. Mr
M. A. Ewan, Coiullle, stomach tru;
ble. Itobert ZigiluMkl. Scion, stoii
ch trouble. John Hoth. Albanv, n
enoldsand tostls. Mrs. M. I. tli
Remember the above date, tb
consultatlcn on this trip will be Ire
and that his teratnient In lilllt r, 11
Married women must U-accompm
ed by their busbauds.
Address: 211 Kradbuo lildg., Lot,
Notice To Creditors.
In the County Court of the
state of Oregjn, for Morrow
In The Matter Cf The Estate
3f Frankiln F. Ross, Deceased.
The undersigned having Iteen np
loiuted b the County Court of the
Hut of Oregon, for Fruuklln 1.
loss, decensed, to present tbeiu duly
erifll a required by la
Ix months alter the drat puhllcii-
Ion of this notice to me at my law
((Ice lu the City of lone, Oregon.
F. It. llohliisou, .Administrator of
be estate of Franklin I. Koms. de
eaed. Dated January 2:1, :.
Date of first publication Jan. 2x
Mute ol last publication Feb. 21.
The only portable typewriter
'at is a real succesr.
Put Jutlice First
If strict Justice be not ths rudder
if sll our other virtues, the fsnter we
all the farther we shall And ourselves
rom that baven where we should be.
John Graves spent the
end with Keod and Dean
Mr. Farrenaof Cecil spent Sun
day with his family at Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Ely and
daughter attended the basket
ball game and show at lone last
Rev. Mr. Clark Smith of The
Dalles held preaching service at
the Morgan schoolhonse Sunday
evening .Quite a Urge number
w ith n gee Tne Wanderer of the Waste
Land. Legion Thatre, Feb. 26
O.t iril.il.l . I .
The peiiiili Ix mmi ln
enjoy the Jnl f -.nrma n .
Signs I.Hfiireife ltrrvil suit i
What did the weather do to get her
self talked about? Lafayette Lyre.
IResoIutions of IRespect
,3ht cfuory cf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF 0KEG0N FOR
J. 1C, Ml'HUHAVH
'To May MiiMgrnve, the nbovi
liiuued dcfendeiit' IN'I'HICNAMK OF
Til K STATU OF OlIKtlON. you are
hereby reqslivd to appear Mild an
swer the complaint tiled nun lux I you
lu the above entitled suit ou or
ore the i'Oth duv of March. 1U.'. said
late being more than klx weeks after
ilieiliiteot the first publication ij
this snminous, and you will take no.
lice, If you (all to answer or other
wine appear In said suit on or before
said date, the plaintiff for ' want
i hereof will apply to the above en.
1 1 led Court for the relief prayed lor
ouiplalut on, file InsaldcausH,
to wit; For a decree of the above en
titled Court,thatthebond of marriage
now existing between the plnlnttf
and the deleudaut be forever dtssolv
ed, and that the plaintiff be grant
ed au absolute divorce from the de
fendant, and that the care, rustody
uud control of minor children of
plalntllf and defendant, Ui-wlt; Iris
Musgrave, adaughter, age 17 years;
Mary Mungrave, a daughter, age 10
years.nnd Harold Muxgrnve, a son
age 13 years, all living at jroquids
Ullui.lw, be awarded the defendant,
and for such other and farther rellcfj
as to the court may seem eqlutrle.
"Tills Sum )ii Is published pur
snant to an order ol the llou. U, L.
Itenge, Cuuuty Judge of the State o
Vregon, tor Morrow County, mad,.
In open Court at Heppuer, Oregon
on the 2(lth day of Jaiiuury, lUL'fl
said onler ilrovldes that said Hum
inons shall de published lu the lone
liidedendent, n weekly uewepier,
ouceaweek f rslx consecutive weeks.
the date of the tlrst publication
hereof bell g Fetirintry fith, l'J.'il aud
the date of the lost publication of
I bis summons being March 19th, in;".
F. II, Itoblnson. Attorney for
Post Office address, lone.Oregou
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Progress enniis of wiiiitilni
ithles for new - CmIhuiIiIh decora,
YOU MAY WIN $1,500
u art iM ts ai'tt Hit S9tl orlt out ot th
utrtcOTUlMSIsrlM wor4a "TOILET NEC ES
ITIES." A tout of fi IN CASH rtM wIM
t tvuiti McapHir( la Iblt
CHEAT Wa.0-8llL0lta CONTEST
Sn4 tump tar circular ui niln. Mil m
for the Inde
Kodak keeps the story
Indoors, there's a long Hit of pic
tures to make for the Kodak hiitory
of the home. And the Kodak album
soon becomes the most precious book
A.k st fcr your eopr of "At Hoew iik
lh Kodak." Thai JJ-paft fcookkt, torn-
plctclr ilkntrsccd, dncnlm sad asm in-
icrtMiaf ptcturas met aa yoe ess
KiJmt Film tlx fMHiiM is
ths faaout ytllow bus.
Pit Fmiikit atrvict that'i
right sad rigkt es nsti.
Bullard s Pharmacy
Tht KODAK 3 tor ,
Notick Is hereby given that under
Igued has beeu a'ipolnted by the
County Court Of the Mate of Oregon
or Morrow County, administrator of
the Estate of Terry C. Dennis, d f
All persons having claims agulust
said estate are hereby notlfleu to pre
sent the same, tuly verlled with prop
er vouchers attached, to the under.
signed at bis office In lone, Oregon,
within sli mouths from the date of
the first publication of this notice,
the same being dated and publUbed
the first time tblsl'Jtb day of Febru
V. H. ItoHt.NKo
Administrator of the estates of
I'errj C. Dennis, Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREIT0R3
Ff And when a (eve more dmyt art
And thi kit liniierin; rnj it
How blctned then to It- ne
down and d
It $cem:th inch a little way to
To that ttrange country, the
And yet, not strange fur it hit
grown to he
" The borne of those m whom
we are to fond.
A fain that unwelcome yet relenless visitor, death, hath
'"entered the portala of our lodge room and aummoned a
dear sister to the beautiful home beyond. Her zealous
work in the interest of our beloved Order and her life, la
den with gentleness and kind deeds, has won for her the
of the plaudit of the good Muster, and will cause her name
to be cherished in the afecti mate memory of our lodge,
And v.heffB8 ie n) if e Father has called our be
loved sister to the New Jerusalem, where "happily she
hath heard the signal of her release on the bells of the
Holy City, thechimes of eternal peace". And she having
been a faithful and ardent worker in the teaching of Friend
ship, Love and Truth, therefore be it
RESOLVED 'JM &Lul Rebehka
Lodge No. 9,
in testimony of her loss, and to express its Rebehka love
drape its charter for thirty days and that we tender to
the family of our deceased sister our sincere condolence
and that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family.
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Aerial Support '
Tb Loouils Radio collefs ssys that
while It la (euerally believed that Iron
la the v'.ctulty of sa aerial absorbs
soma of the wsrfy, Iron snpporti are
'lequently employed for this puryo
account of their mechanical ad
vanUfss. Observe ths IstUced steel
towers ased by all ths last broadcart
Inf atstlons, where reeelvars are si so
Installed as required by law. The
aerial should be well Insulated from
the Iron pole and swung a few feet
sway from It by a stout rope. The
other serials should run at nearly as
possible at right angles to escb otln-r.
If they are one above the other In tiie
same direction they will rob escb
other quite noticeably.
y Need Extra Cart
When Llght$ Are Poor
Autumn and winter months are try
ing where artificial light Is Dot of the
best The eyes need great csr If
they are to remain, In good condition
uuder the strain.
If the eyes give any definite trouble
an ocnlist should, of course, bs eon
suited at once. But a simple home
treatment will not only set as sa effi
cient "refresher,'' bat will also rid the
eyes of all harmful secretions of dust.
Make a weak solution of boracle pow
der (about one tesspoonfu! to a pint
of boiling wster) lesve to cool, bottle
.and cork tightly, Use this In sn eye
bath which can be bought of drug-
gut, . '
Night and morning give tht eyes a
good "bath," nalng a freeb bathful of
the solution for escb eye. Once you
hsve started the treatment you will
land It so beneficial that you will con
tinue all the year round, mock te the
Mnurovauuent of your aye.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Morrow Couuty, Administrator
of the Fstate of Anna L.. i.ngvall de
ceased. All persoue having claims a
gainst said estate are hereby notified
to preseut the same duly verified s
by law required, with proper vouch
ees attached, to the undersigned at
his office In lone, Oregon, within six
months of the date ol the first publl.
cation of this notice, the same being
dated and published toe first time
this 12tb day of February; 1928.
F. H. Uoblnsoii.
Administrator of the F.stute of Anna
L. Engvall, deceased.
Ladies' shampooing and hair
cutting. 2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
Harris Apartment No. 3.
What Canted Delay
The Iowa of Colchester, Conn., la
1703 voted to postpone Its celebration
nf Thaiiksytvlng day from the Brat
Thursday to the second Thursdsy In
November, l bs tradition Is well sup
ported,'' isys a Nutmeg atste hlstorlsn,
"that the cause was a delay In receiv
ing a supply of molasses."
Term lor Shirker
The slsng term coherger Is common
ly oaed In the nary In speaking nf one
who ahlr'a his work or ope who Is nl
ways looking for easy jobs and does no
more than It Is absolutely necessary.
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The oldest book In the world i
the "Hlg Veda," which waa In exli
bos, as complete as we hsvs it no
1,800 years before the Christina ers.
Dog'e Long Night
No wonder the dog Is king of the
Arctic. Be csn bark at the moon foi
els months at a time. savannah
Goethe on Death
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with timet In ths death of a good innn
eternity U toon looking through time.
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