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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1926
Letter From Wage
June 15, 1926.
To Morrow Co. Farmers: ,
We call your alien
tlon to the wage scale beinsr pub
lUhed this week, that was adopted
at the District Wage Conference
at Arlington, June 8. This scale,
making a nnmber of changes In
the 1925 scale, was adopted after
thorough discussion as being the
actual waire paid transient labor,
(brought the district lust year,
It was believed by thtt delegate
it the Arlington meeting thai the
wage should be that paid in 1025
and that no geJeral change Ir
wages is justified at this time.
By setting the scale at tht
actual wage paid transient labor,
the Public Employment Servict
office which is being established
at Arlington this week, will br
able to give better service. You
are urged to follow the scale for
transient labor as closely as pos
lible, realizing that where loca
men are used you are justified in
paving them what they are actu
Very trily your,
R. A. Campbell
C. B. Cox
O. C. Wageman.
. . CONDOLENCE . .
- Whereas the Great Father of
us all has deemed it but to cat
from ourmldit, our rVrrly be'o
ed sinter, Mrs Maude Steele, anr
' Whereas, Mra Maude SUeii
was born at Prairie Grov Ark.,
April 6. 1879, and died al The
Dalles, Osrgon, May 6, 1926 Shf
ws a woman of swnetdispositior
a true and faithful' wife ann
mother and beloved by all who
knew heri Therefore; "
Be It ResoLved. That in
herdeath, Locust Chapter No. 119.
has lost a membei who would
have done much to advance the
jnterette of this Chapter, and
community, an honorable lovable
aud esteemed citizen.
Resolved that while her
departing from among us is the
will of the Supreme Master to
whom we all .look for guidance
and who does ail things for the
best, we mourn our Iobs exceed
ingly and to the bareaved rela
tives we extend, our most sincere
sympathy in this sad hour of loss
YOUR BANK .
, Think of this al your batik. Come
tell us how wc can1 help. you. - ,
We know that our success Is dependent up
on the prosperity of our customers - jupon. you.
We are here to serve, to boost and to grow, with
this city. . . , , '. , ' ' ' ' ' : (
Make use of our facilities and , service,
sincerely offer you our earnest co-operatjon:
A ' ' .1
THE LIVE BANK
YOUR CITY, U. S. A. .
IONE, , OREGON; v
and affliction. .
.Resolved that these resolu
tlons be spread upon the minutes,
that i copy be presented to the
bereaved relatives and that a
copy be published.
. Jennie E. Mc Murray.
, Cfimmittee ' V
Sermons Mill be delivered at
the Baptist Church next Sunday
by Captain C. L. Hall, missionary
of the Gospel Life Line Work.
Capt. Hall has been conducting
meetings each night this put week
: . THEATRE
The following list of pictures
ire booked to show at the Legion
Hall, beginning June 12.
.We. have in this list a wide
range of subjects and stars and
nope to please every one. We are
Having a hard time to make ends
meet. so, when in- doubt, what
o. devge to the show.
June 12 Ridin' Kid from Powder
" " 19. Sail"
" "26. Man from Red Gulch.
Jolv 4, Sea Hawk.
" "10, Man in Blue
""17 Doming of Amos.
" " 24 Tornactd.
SI In Hollywood with
August 7 Withont Mercy.
" - 14 Puricane Kin
".-. 21 When A Man's A Man
" 28 Prairie Pirate.
4 Rutin' Thunder.
11 Wedding song.
.13 Love faster.
2T Family Secrets.
2 Taming the West.
9 Seven Days.
16 Frivolous Sal
23 Red Clay. ; ;
'30 Hell's Highroad.-
. 6 Caltary Stampede.
20Sinion the Jester. .
27- Madam behave.
N California Straight
11 Flowing Gold.
" 18 Three Fates East
' .25, The Road po Yester
' Cut thiBTJOf'ahd- kep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
Dooffram compels Us, to. Dont
misra single number of this con
tract. American. Legion '
lone Oregon, ,
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the legal voters of School Dis
irict No. 35, of Morrow County,
State of Oregon, the ANNUAL
SCHOOL MEETING of said Dis
trier will be held at lone School
House to begin at the hour of
1:30 o'clock P. M. on the third
Monday of June, being the 21st
day of June. A. D.192S.
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 ubuhI at such meeting.
Dated this 22nd day of May.
Delia M. Corson,
DR. VVVLKER WRITES
June 15, 1923.
this finds you and yonrs all well
and everything goingsatisfactory
with you. I hear and read bad re
ports on crop condit'ons in Mor
row County, 1 am sorry de say
but hope that they will not Urn
out to be as unfavorable as re
ports make thm out at present.
However there is a general sho.t
age o water every where this year
Things have been going along
nnltii nnt.l it'll k ma ainoa fnm I
ing here but rould be detter and
I think they will be after a little
while and lam better acquainted
The Government will spend
in the ueigiiborhood of 20 to 25
millions on reclamation projects
in this part of the country and
then follows the settlement of
With kind regards to you and
all the rest of lone, I remain as
Very truly yours
Clyde R. Walker
If yqu want to grow we6ds?
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
a '"of time arid is leading all others in
sales and satisfied owners.
WHY TRY AN EXPERIMENT?
If you need a weeder, see the new
Rotary Rod Wizard.
Mill IHIIM MIX
! TRl-COUm LEAGUE
GAMES MAY 23
tast Sunday's Results,--Board
man 6 Arlington
Hermiston 10 lone
Echo forfited to Umatilla.
AB II R Pet.
6 3 2 .500
33 16 11 .421
31 10 7 .320
37 11 9 .297
27 10 10 .370
33 10 6 .262
23 . 5 3 .200
31 5 3 .161
6 0 1 .000
8 0 1 .000
16 2 1 .ICC
Not Let Worthy
L SI "IWfore we wrre married ym
called me ao angel." He "I know It.-'
She "But now you dont call ni any
thing." lie 'Tlmt thowe my aelf-con
trot.1 London Opinion.
Where They Get It
College Humor Any old Joke drexxed
op In new slang. Nanhvllle Tvunea
eean. Many War Memorial
The number of memorlala erected In
the CHUed Kingdom and on varloux
hnttlt-tteldi In memory of those who
tv In the World war la computed at
DATES TO REMEMBER
Fid Meeting, Lexington Nursery
Wednesday, June lf,2:C0 P. M-
VI it Moro Station Sunday,
Picnic and Nursery Meeting, at
Eignt Mile, Sunday, Jtne 27.
. R. WT Morse,
Mrs. LuviHa Sperry and Mrp.
Delia M, Corson went to Port
land last week to attend the grad
uating exercises of Jefferson
High School in that city.
Miss Florence Shippy, whowiil
be remembered as a stndent of
the lone High School in the ).ar
1921 5 was a member of the grad
uating claxj. The ladies returned
to lone .Monday, June 14.
' Mrs. Perry Bartlemay who has
(een under the doctor's care for
tome time is reporters improv
iuif at this time.
Trade-Mark on Fruit
Klertrlc fruit brrmderc are In. (ten
irul use on orange, grapefruit, Icra
mill, rttnlal'Mipeii, watermelon, appit'g,
peran and walnuts. Tluy brand the
irudf inurk to prevent aubxtltutlon and
to libit Uie product with advertising.
Near Enough to Bite You
"You cnn'flnd the best paying gold
mlae In the world If you go after It
hard enough." tdyt Korbea Magazine.
"It la Juat above your ne'k."
A FAIR COLORIST .
i " i (WBt.'irTi
Tola young wosan nccnJs a g!JJj
ladilar eTcry day to put finlfhln
louchea to tba "Rainbow City" thv
Sosqul-Centennlal Ivilernatlor.al Expo
iltlon, opening In Philadelphia Juno 1
and continuing until December 1. to
celebrate the 150th anniversary of the
Declaration of American Indepead
ence. She la one an army of younj
artlsta who are making Uie S?squ t
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W hats the
This is ihe question that enters the mind of every ciisto-: j
mcr. who examines merchandise, with the expectation of: j
Realizing that most people make this the first consider-
ation when they go to buy, w: have priced our goods con-J
sistently low- - but never
If you tiud any article bonght at this store not as rcpre-J
sentcd bring it back and we
Try This Store
Bristow & Johnsons
X M IIHIIIMM
M rs Marshal Mc CHlister, from
I'ortland is spendinf? pome days
amonp; Lexington fritnds.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Grady and
daughter arrived by aiito from
The Dalles on Tuesdny. Thev are
enjoyintc several days in Lexing
ton, their fprmer home. -
Mrs. Beach and sons Laurel
and Harold are home from VVal'.a
Walla w here the boys have attend
ed school for the past year.
Mr. and Mrs. Edv ard Burchell
entertaiued a numberof friends
on last Saturday evnine. Danc
ing was enjoved till a late hour
and dainty rtfmi merits were
served. Out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller of Helix
and Mrs. Marshall McCa'listerof
Dee Cox and Laurence Palmer
are the owners of njw combines
which arrived today. They are
ready for the coming harvest.
Ladies oi the Congregational
Church met for thimbles this af
ternoon and followed their busy
hour with light refreshments.
Mrs Bruce Grady of The Dalles is
Miss Cora Johnson of Corvalis,
trnved Saturday last, in compa
y with the Misses Leach and
Jtntry w ho are leturning from a
year at O. A. C.
, Marked increase in the reve
nuts de ived by Oreg n frcm the
;tate tax naso ine and distillate
mder the laws of 1919 and 1921.
i show n by figures just made pub
ic by Sam Koztr, Secretary of
)tate. The state tax on motor ve
ticic fnel sold in the month cf
pril. amounts to $278,803.18 as
:cmpcred with $239,212.40 for
pril 1925, or an increase of $39,
'J0 78 over the corresponding peri
id last year. . .
Turning on the Tear
"My husband la tery aentlmental ;
he weopa when you begin to talk
about work," atated a woman In aa
The London monument, which la
more than 200 feet high, waa origi
nally di-tlRned by Sir Christopher
Wren to aerve aa tube for a mam
at the sacrifice of quality.
will make good our claims