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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1926)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tha underiiened will receive sealed
bids until 10:00 o'clock A. M the 7th
iiy of July, 1H2H, nnd immediately
thereafter the bids will be publicly
openrd by the County Court, at the
County Court Koom in the Court
llou-e in Heppner, Oregon, for the
purchase of an issue of bonds of Mor
row County for the construction of
permanent roads therein in the sum
if one hundred twenty thousand dol
lars I J 120.000), said bonds to be in
denominations of $1,000 each, num
bered 1 to 120 inclusive, to bear dute
of June 1, l!2it, and to mature serially
in numerical order at the. rate of
$0,000 on the first day of Juno in each
of the years 1M2 to 1051 inclusive,
said bonds to bear interest at the
tate of five per cent (5S) per annu.a,
payable semiannually on tne first days
ot June and December, principal and
interest payable in gold ccin at t ie
llco of the County Treasurer in
lleppner, Oregon, or at the Fiscal Ag
ency of the State of Orison in New
All bids mutt be unconditional and
accompanied by a certilied check fas
i,000.00. The Court reserves the risht to re
ject any and ail bid.
The approving legal opinion of
Messrs. Teal, Winfree, Johnson & Mc
Culloch mill be furnished the su.v
GAY M. ANDERSON',
County Clerk, Heppner, Oregon.
f: 17 Ml
IN Southern Utah hundred of square miles of
marvelous1? eclorrd peaks, thatms, terra ca
and mlliccir. sjrcsmakj up trie fn-csuc syonucrs
UON NATIONAl PARK
BBTC8 CANTON CSDA.lt BBZAlVf
NORTH MM or CAMD CANTON
AD reached via the Union Parifie. SclxHuinl
tours afford an iacxpouuvc vacation. lW
r nal crip ht-rte.
SNO PO rREt tlLfJITRATED
and let ns help you arrange every detail of the
tour Include this sUc trip on your way east.
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The UNIVERSITY of ORECON
Ths College of Literature, Science
and the Arts with 22 departments.
The professional schools of Archi
tecture and Allied Arts Business
AdminisUatkm Education Giad
uote Studjj Journalism Law
Medicine Music I'liyjica Edu
cation Sociology Extension
For a ealalvju or any information
Writ Tht Ri'ttttror, Umptrntj) uf
Orcjon, Eujtne, Orrjon
The 49th Vear Opens September :. W.i
Mr, ami Mr?. H. 0. Ely were
in lone on business on Wet.iK'i.
Miss Beulnh (Vttyiohn worked
forMts. Hutfhrroft thepustwrek.
Mr. Tut Medlo-ik is working a'
LexiiiRton during the harvest set
Mr. anb Mrs. Hutchcroft am
children left Friday for MoMin-
ville. Mr. Hutchcroft returned
Monc'ay but Mrs. Hutdlur ft
vvil reinkisi for some time in Me
Mrs. Put Medlock spent Thur.
at Mrs N. a' Pettyjohn's.
Elvin Ely purchased a l'J'Jti
model Ford carat Echo Frirtaj,
Mr. Bert Palmateer left Thins
diy for EstacaJa where he w ll
net his wife and chiidien.
Er. M. W. Mahoney was up tlu
past week and settled up his bu
Dint. No. 5 held their annua
school meeting Monday and e.'t c
ei Mrs. ll. E. Harbison Ol.-r!
and Chester Hutchcroft I)u..or.
Mr. and Alts. French of Stan
ield were calling in Morgan 01
Miss Helen Pearl and Mr. t
IGorRe of Kejien are visitint
heir old friends, Mr. and Mrs
M. D. Blv.
Cteneva Pettyjohn spent Sun
d y w th h r IoIks.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webb anc.
family of Walla Wulla spent Sut
lay with relatives here.
The Mortan Nine deteated tin
Alpine Nine by it score of 13 t'
11 en the Medlock diamond oi
Those who wpre calling on Mr.
and Mrs. H. E'y, Sund.iv, rr
V. F. Pa mateer, Mr. ar.d Mrs.
F. D. Ely. Miss Pearl. Mr. Geo u.
Frank Halferfy nnd family an.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harbison.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many
friend8 who extended their help
and sympathy during the illness
aid death of our wife and moth
er; to express our appreciation
of the many beautiful floral trib
utes and ,of the kindness of the
Congregational Church in extend
rg the use of their building-
Frank A. Lundell
AiiRust W. Lundoll
Erne't H. Lundell
Oscar L. Lundell
Aljrntt W. Lundell
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PIANO FOR SALE
Hilih Grade N.-w Piauo nt ai
lere. Must be sold at once at i
iberal discount and on very lib
e nl tt-rms to responsible part'
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I am just making, as the Politician
tayt'A iwinjf around the Circle,"
to tee what wai going on in "Real
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to long, I was getting a kind of a Sub
way ' Slant" on thingi. I was be
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was getting so poor I couldn't
See beyond the Hudson River, and
my mind wouldn't function farther
away than Albany, N. Y.
ing the world," but I wanted to meet
the fellow who was "feeding it."
I am kinder oddly constituted. You
can cut off my amusement, but if my
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1, as Editor and Proprietor of the
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the rcaders.hut thcimrr;of THIS
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American Tobacco Company and
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type of Men they were, Big fine
healthy upstanding He-Men. They
were not the little Ancmics that has
to tap hit Cigarette on the box before
he can smoke it. They were our Pro
ducers of our Necessities of Life.
When I raw the type of He-Men
smoking "Bull" Durham, it almost
made me cry, that I wain' t a smoker
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a few weeks f rum now. Look for It,
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IN THE COUNTY COURT
OF THE STATU OF ORE
GON FOR MORROW CO.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF FRANKLIN P.
To Amu! It. Uow. Iturlicl 10. Itoax,
IMllll'UII A. ItllKM. I'liuiklln I', lillHM,
ll-lll lillHM, Mlll'tliri't II ItONH, ,lll II
jll. Hi mm, Anna M. Itimn, Mini Jiiiu I.
Posi lii'im nt In w mill ii-x r nl kin of
Krnnkllt) 1', Kiwi., iIiti'iimi'iI, iinil to
nil otliiTM unknown, !iitiivxtiil In
mii id cHliitv, II liny audi tlnii Ih
IN T1IK NAMKOK Till''. STATIC
Or lUtKiON; Von my lii-ri'liy com.
iiiiiniliil ami Mtiilrvil tn npiiir In
thi'i'ount.v foiirt rootii, In tlii't'oun
tyl'iinrt llouxi', nt Hi'ppniT Mor
row Comity, Ori'ifon, nttlio July,
lii'.'il, ti'rui of kiiIiI Court, on Sntur
ilny tlu'tlilnl liny nl July. Iltil.nttlic
dour ot i o'llork lii tin nfliTiioon of
anlil ilny, to tlii'il mnl tliiM'e allow
ciiiiko, If miy tliiTi' In', why n Uivine
mIioiiIiI not lit' if riu.ti-.J to V. . Uoli-
Inaoll niliuililht rntor of t ho Kaliiti
of I'riiiiklln I'. ItiiHN, il.i tiikimI, fur
til" Mills of the followliiK ilrm rllii'il
plii'i'tt, pnnvla or trnela ot n'nl prop
erty, nt prlvHtit mill, for thi'lii'Ht
prlei' olilnliuilili' for cnxli In luiinl.
iinil t tin t tlu irWt'filM thi'ri'iif ! up
plli'il to tin' iiiyiiii'iit oftnxi-a, inert
Clltti' Mllll IllllTi Ht, Ki'lliTill lllill'liti'd-
ni'KM mnl cixtla mill i-xim-iiw-n nf ml
Hi nliiHliik' nt the S.iiil h wi-nt. for
urr ol tin' North wi'r.t ii:i ri rr of ihi
Nortlit'iiHt i im r I it nt Mivtlini H, In
TowiiNlilp I Sunt II, Kiinuc :'4, I'tiM
of tlie Wllliiuii'itii .!i-rll hi ii . tlivin-i'
rutiiili.it r.iiNt 5.MI fis t, tlii'ini' We
:ti ilrgrwa. Nurili ;;l.' firt to tin
Hotilli Hilt' of County liomt, tiii'iur
Ih'kIiiiiIiik lit il (mint illiwtly iiitiwh
nt a point on thi North Una. uf anhl
County Iloiulnnil riumluR Wi-at 36 OV-
irroa North .1:7 f.t t. thriii'K Hmith
- fi-W to tho North Hue of anlil
Comily fioiiil, tiii'ini' ln'cluiiinit ill
nt tly in i'omh ni n ii.ilnt on thi' Suiith
llni of the an III Ciiiiuty llouil mnl
nitilllilK tll. lli e SulUli Ml Urt to tin
plin-e of Irt'Kliiiiliiif.
AUo, till of Hint ivrliiln iiltvi pur-
ivl or tnu't of liiiul, lii'nlniilnix III ft
Knt of the Mi nt t it Wint coriii-r ( thr
oi tliwnt hiiii Iit uf thi' Nnrtli"iit
ilunrliT of Sii-tliiii it, iu TowiihIiIi i
Eolith, liiniK24. Kiixt of Wllliini.'iu
Mrrlilluti, riniiiliitf thi'iii'n Mouth .1
(t. tlK'Uft. KuMt'.'lilfti't, tln-iiivNnrtl.
XI fift, thfiire WYitt 'In fii't to tin-
llnre of I'i'k'liinliirf.
All of tin nliiive ilfwrllH il r..il prn
i-rly Im'Iiik In Morrow County, On-
Thin rlt.itloli la IIiIInIii.i1 Iiv nrili-rol
inc nun. ll. I.. Hi im.-, JiiiIhp of t.
County Court of tlw .stnir. of OrtKou,
for Morrow County, mini,! mnl en-
t-r,ii on III-' It ilnv of J ii nt- lfijifsl
mnl thi' iltitu of th-flrat piiliMi iitlui,
heri'.if In the 4th ilny uf June, ;iji
mnl tin- Int iiililli'iitliiii hi-ri-of
In- tuiiil-oii the .'ml ilny of July .I'M
WTTNK.-.S MY HAND, mnl Hi.
will of anhl Coii. t, thin lat ilny ol
Gay SI. Andt-reon
Thaaa are some of the blsth points
j prapentrd by Thomas II. MacDnnald,
l.lin-r or the iiureau of Public Ruails,
llepartnient of Agriculture, In aa tn
ten-lew on blithway derfilopment
"The equipment ot tbls continent
with moilrn roaili has bn-n the mint
imaxlng prortalnu of a public utility
'hat anjr community ever acconv
lllrhed In a almllnr prrtod," said Mr.
ManOnnald. "Hlntorlans say tha
To;:ian Empire wan held tnintlirr by
t blcliway ayal'-m, raillritiiig from
tome to the Provinces. Hut AraiTka
ma convarted a contliipnt Into a
ii'I'-hliorhood within a few years.
"This accomplishment really rnpre
irnts tho InauKuratlon of a new sys
tern of taxation; a system of llccniies
nd exclaes levied against particular
privileges or claasis of property, the
prm no ill bnlnf dedicatod'to highway
"Fur 1935 state taxes on taaollnn
iKrrPKKlnl 1143,000.000. Add lu that
K'H.I.MO.OOO for aiitomnhlle renlslra
(Ion and llccnaea; ttr0.000,000 as
property taxfs on the 20,000.000 auto,
mobiles; fM3,40,709 a the Fed-nil
urrle tax on automnhllHs, parti and
accessories for 1923; :.0,000,000 to
represent whonlnKe taxes, special
taxes on sraanllne or cars, and fines
collected from motor drivers. The
totul reaches approximately $749,
Nearly 11,100,000,000 Yearly Tolls
"Hut these figures do not Include
Incomo and corporation taxes derived
from tho motor car business. Nor do
,hey Include stale, local, production,
corporation or Income taxea of (be
pilrolnim industry. Vet that Indus
try bus a capitalisation of about
$:i,000,00,000. A mortem oatlinuto for
these, added to the preceding figures,
makes a total of )1,094,0.'IQ,70, which
!s considerably more than the entire
jinourrt spent on country roads.
"You olinerva that I have not In
cluded tho government's expenditures
of nearly $100,000,000 In Federal aid
to road building. In the eight years
from 1918 to l2fi Inclusive, the (lov
ernment has contributed $400,000,000
to help the atatos build roads.'- That
is considerably leas than half of what
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