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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY JUNE 11, 1926
CITY HALL BRIEFS
City Streets to Be
Masons Cct Permit
To Move Building
At a Bpoclal meeting of the
Counil of tin Cityof lone, held on
Monday evenirg.two matteriof
business we-t considered ind die
" posed of.
Holl call ihowed the Mayor
and alt councilnen exept Walter
A.I 1 . . ll .t.t M
ininemaueroi me petition or
the Masonic Lodge to move their
newly kcquMed building from ita
present location onto the lot on
delonging (o the lodre. Tee per
mit was granted by unanimous
I The project of improving Main,
Spring, Green and H streets wb
taken upend after due cousider
ation, it was unanimously voted
lo authorize the expenditure of
IV U VAVWU A.WVA III IliC fill
, provement of the above named
The newly installed pump for
ahe water system is a vast lm
provment over the old one and
bids fair do pay for isef in a short
time by the reduction in the a
mount of electric current used.
Twentyfive more meters' are
being iastaUed on theservlcelines
of the city water system. This
makes o total of 75 installed ont
of ICO ordered.
XTISIT the wonderland of fryiera
'reached via the hiitorle Union
Pacific throuf h the Wcit Ydlowttone
LOW ROUND TRIP PARES
XII bt la aBVrt (1 urine MM, June II la
Stptrmbar IS. You caa MTtvi your antli
tm aim than ar mmkm iimi iUxt autt trip ga
your y aaat.
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
W.llamd )rou drarMpttv booklet!, fumiak ail
InfunaaUca and aiaaa your laaarvatioaa.
J. VV. Howk.Aat.
. Think of this as your bank. Come In and
tell us how we can help you.
We know that our success is dependent up
on the prosperity of our customers upon you.
We are here to serve, to boost and to grow with
this city. ,
Make use of our facilities and service. We
sincerely offer you our earnest co-operation.
THE LIVE BANK
YOUR CITY, U. S. A.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Fiel Meeting, LexingtonlNunery
Wednesday, June ie, 2:00 P. M-
Vi It Moro Station' Sunday,
Plsnlc and Nursery Meeting, at
Eignt Mile, Sunday, Jtne 27.
R. W. Morse,
Brother W Miami
Trying lo pull through Is half the
buttle, and (lit fact tint w pull
through U th rcit of IL Atlmta Con
stitution. LEGION HALL
The following list of pictures
are pooked to show at the Legion
Hall, beginning June 12.
We Mave in thia list a wide
range of subjects rnd stars and
hope to please every one. We are
having a hard time to make ends
meet.so, when in doubt, what
to do, go to the show.
June 12 Ridin' Kid from Powder
' "1C. Sall
" " 2G. Man from Rhd Gulch.
Jnly 4, Sea Hawk.
" "10, Man in Blue
" " 17 Doming of Amos.
" " 24 Tornado.
" 31 In Hollywood with
Potash and Perlmutter
August 7 Withont Mercy.
14 Puricane Kin
21 When A Man's A Man
23 Prairie Pirate.
Sept. 4 Kidin' Thunder.
11 Wedding song.
" 18 Love Master.
" 25 Family Secrets.
Oct 2 Taming the West.
" 9 Seven Days.
16 Frivolous Sal
23 Red Clay.
30 Hell's Highroad.
Nov. 6 Calgary Stampede.
" 13 Sundown.
" 20 Simon the Jester.'
" 27 Madame behave.
Dee. 4 California Straight
11 Flowing Gold.
18 Thre Faces East.
" 25 Three Faces East
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
tract. American Legion
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the legal voters of School Dis
trict No. 35, of Morrow County,
State of Oregon, the ANNUAL
SCHOOL MEETING or said Die
trier, will be held at lone School
House to begin ot the hour of
1:30 o'elock P. M. on the third
Monday of June, being the 21st
day of June, A. D. 1926V
This meeting is called for the
purpose of electing one director
for the term of three years and
one School Clerk for the term of
one year and the transaction of
business usual at such meeting,
Dated this 22nd day of May.
Delia M. Corson,
A Field Meeting will be held
at the Lexington Grain Nursery,
on the Harry Schriever plae on
the Mrrket Road about 3 miles
from Levington, Wednescay,
June 16. at 2:00 At this time the
nursery grains will be checked
and discussed. Representatives of
the Moro Experiment station will
A number of new wiuter smut
resistant wheats are showing up
exceptiodatly well this year. Some
of these wheats may be ready for
distribution soon. Come and look
On Sunday, June 20, Morrow
farmers will visit the Moro Ex
pertinent Station. Further an
nouncement of this meeuing and
the picnic will be made in the
papers next week.
Very tru'y yours,
Roger W. Morse
A Hunt it
In the South 8 fa Islands thin li
a Hula Bib about six Inchea long
railed the uudaklpper, that I ear thi
water to hunt Insects and worms on
If you want to growAveeds?
You can grow weeds without plow
ing, but if you wish to raise wheat on
your plowing you must keep the weeds
down. THE CHENEY ROTARY
ROD WEEDER has stood the test
of time and is leading all others in
sales and satisfied owners.
WHY TRY AN EXPERIMENT?
If you need a weeder, see the new
Rotary Rod Wizard.
GAMES MAY 23
Team Won Lost Per Ct.
Hermiston 9 0 1.000
lone 6 3 .606
Umatilla 4 5 .444
Arlington 3 6 .333
Board man 4 5 .444
L'cho 1 8 .111
'Last Sunday's Results,
Board man 6 Arlington 0
Hermiston 10 lone 7
Echo forfited to Umatilla.
' AB H R Pet.
3 2 .500
16 11 .421
10 7 .320
11 9 .297
10 10 .370
10 6 .262
HIT VIH A GAS SAOVEL
O. E. Rundell, pitman at the
road camp near Lena was severe
ly injured Monday night about
eleven P. M. Rundell was one of
the night crew and was standing
near the gas shovel.
The gas man did not see him
and conseqnently the ahovelcame
near finishing Rundell. Ai it wsb
he was struck on the left side
and shoulder and dragged about
He was brought to the Morrow
General Hospital by Dr, Johnston
where his injuries were tended.
Rundell was fortunate in that
he came through with a few bro
ken ribs and a crushe arm which
will incapacitate htm for two or
three weeks but from which he
Had tht Right Idea
When I die, I ihould be ashamed to
build ma a monument It thera were a
wanting friend iboTi ground. I would
enjoy the pleaiore of what t give by
giving It alive and Saataf another an-
Walt Smith has traded his Hoad
River property for a rooming
house in Portland and has gone
to the city to lake possession.
Harold Ahalt vrs in lone for a
Brief stay Monday.
The Morrow County District
Pomona wili meet at lone, June
19, 1926 10:00 A. M.
A program of prominent speak
ers are planed for the afternoon.
Smith the Elevator Man is
determined that the farmers
shall know that he is in town.
Sacks are 14 and 15 cents. Those
who have already contracted at
a higher price will get the bene
fit of the fall in price.
October 30 to November 6, 1926,
it Portland. Oregon, the 16th
Annual Prcific International Live
Mrs. John Olden is seriously Hi
it the Heppner General Hospital
rs reported by her physician, Dr.
A. H. Johnston.
KICKED BY A HORSE
While herding horses on the
Andrew Douglas ranch, six miles
iouthwest of lone. John, brother
of Andrew, was kicked on the
eg. He was brought to Heppner
wnere he was X rayed bv Doctor
johnton and, as the larfe boue
of the lower leg was boken the
ieg was put in a cast after the
tracterearaas reduceu. John wiil
oe compelled 10 hobble around
lor a few weeks till the bone heals
"Why have you a black band around
Vour arm Who dledr
"Nobody. I horned a little note
there with my cigar."
A ont Oh, Elile, Vm aura yon new
aw ma behave Ilka that
Stale (four yeara old) Wall, I
haven't snowed yoa ao very long.
The Huaband Good heavena, do
ynu think I'm made of money?
The Wife I wlah yon were, I could
cct you chanted then !
"Oh, Harold proposed to ma taat
night whlla turning the nioslc for ma
at the plnno."
"I aee, dear. Ton played right tote
Four anlmul went to a ctrcua a
iluik, a pig, a frog and a akunk. Alt
of them got In aicept one. The duck
had a bill, the pig had four quarter!
and tba frog had a greenback, but tba
skunk had only a "cent" Exchange.
This is the question that enters the mind of every custo-l
mer who examines merchandise with the expectation of;
Realizing that most people
ation when they go to buy,
sistently low but never at
If vou tiud any article bonght at this store not as repre-
sented bring it back and we
Try This Store
Mrs. Edward Kelier was shop,
ping sn Heppner Tuesday of tnis
Mrs. Emeline Patterson is at
toe ranch home of or-r ron, Fred
Kuhns. Mrs. Patterson, who is
from Alhena, expect to be with
Mr. and Mrs. Kuhns ahoot two
Karl Beach will go to Walla
Walla, Tnursdry of thia week to
be ptesent at the High Lchool
Commence ment Laurel Beach is
ond of the graduates.
Russell Wright is busy on the
ranch of Mrs. A. Recny, who left
Tuesday of this week with Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Miller for an over
land trip to Boisd, Idaho.
Among Lexlrtpton 1926 gradu
ates who are now employed are
Raymond Milles at Hubdard. Or.
Loren Leathers' ranch, Lexing
ton .Lawrence Slocum on the J.
F. Lucas ranch, James Keller in
Ward, State House, Salem, Ore.
There is some talk of a matched
game of horse fhoes between
lone and Lexington. If we may
judge by the numder who are in
practice we should say that Lex
ington can show good players.
S. Strodtman anb Albert Ao-
kins spent Tuesday cveng with
William Esslsyn, Turn -A-Lum
Manager at lone.
Miss Alice Palmer is as home ;
after completiug her first year
at Pacific Utivtrsitv.
Among callers ie townlast Wed
nesdoy evening wer Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Slodum land Albert Hdkins
Mrs. Sadie Lewis and Mrs.'
Laura Scott are visiting relativs
at Salem and Drain.
Grandma Thompson drove to
Portland last week with Mr. and
Mrs. Alva Leach.
June 14 is Flag Day.
when Freedom from her moun
Unfuriedhtr standard to the air
She tore the asure robe of Night
Ana set the ttars of glory there.
Fruit -fed pupiilt'i are the lutcct, a
BrltlMi v?tiTlnarlan having proved, to
lila own autlsfuctlnn at leant. Hint pup
pies brought up on a diet which In
cludes ornnuea, apples and banunas
make better and bigger dogs tlinii
thuae that have known only the usual
make this the first consider- X
wj have priced our goods con-i
the sacrifice of quality.
will make good our claims