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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1926
Total precipitation ...... 0 19
Number ef clear days 23
Partly cloudy dayi . I
Cloudy days 1
Prevailing wind Westerly
. Total precipitation aince Sept.
For the corresponding
lait year ,
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In effect to SesteoAerlS
THX lAtT INVITES TOU
and the Unloa ParlBc matt your
Jnurnry tom mitral by low fotawi-trtp
nrurataa fart, to Q Important point
W tht Eatt, Middle Wait aad South.
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ubl jroa ts vUlt the big .altera
rMta or Ataerka'e (raataat irgadax
all reached via tba areola and hiatarle
Unioo Pacific DtLiuetiiln. Bupartar
tcrvfce. Lecriptive booklet ua request.
rO INtNTMN UIOTA.
TION CALL M WkalB
WVef nUt It
Mrrn 1 (o palut a picture called
Aiuariraa Life," It would b a woman
with aioch K"lry and a bualnaas maa
la the baduround. Mai Nurdaa. -
Think of this as your bank. Come
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
Make use of our facilities, and service. We
sincerely offer you our earnest cooperation.
THE LIVE BANK ,
YOUR CITY, U. S. A.
' The following Hat of picturei
art booked toehow at tha Legion
Hall, beginning June 12.
' We have In thia Hat wide
range of aubjecta and atara and
hope to pleaie every on. We are
having a hard time to make end
meet. io, when In doubt, what
to do, go to tha show,
June 26. Man from Red Gulch.
Jnlv 4, Sea Hawk.
" "10. Man In Bin
M "17 Doming of Amos.
" " 24 Tornado.
" 81 In Hollywood with
Potaah and Perlmutter
Auguat 7 Without Mercy.
14 Puricane Kin
28 Pralria Pirate.
4 Ridin' Thunder.
11 Wedding aong.
18 Love Muter.
25 Family Secrete.
2 Taming tha Weal
9 Seven Daya. '
16 Frivoloua Sal
23 Red Clay.
80 Hell's Highroad.
6 Calgary Stampede.
20 Simon tha Jeater.
27 Madam behave.
4 California Straight
11 Flowing Gold.
" 18 Three Face East
25 Thf Road to Yseter
day. Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. Wa will only
raise) prlcea -when tha pries of
program compel! ua to, Dont
mls a aingle number of thia con
tract. American Legion
L 0. 0. F.
Be it known that on Saturday.
tha lOib day of July at tha usnal
hour of meeting. Ion Lodge No.
135, 1. O.O. F.,wiH (retail officers.
Ice cream and ?
Portland, Ore. Jul 2.
"To that Poet of the Amerl
can Legion that hai accomplished
the most outstanding achievment
In community aervice during the
year 1925", ia the basis for the
awsrd of a handsome bronze
utatue which will he presented at
the American Legion Convention
at Coos Bay, August 7th.
This Annual trophy Is offered
sa a perpetual award to betriv
en for each year by the Legion
Posts of the State. It is tha gift
to tha Ameaican Legion of Philip
L Jackson, publisher of the Ore
gon Journal and ia offered In
memory of his father, founder of
that newapaptr, and will be
known aa the Sam Jackson Me
Tha award at Coos Bsy will be
msde to the Post which hss con
tributed most to the benefit of
its local community during 1925.
Such records of achievment must
be attested to by the Mayor of
the city, Post Commander aud
Post Adjutant in which the Post
There ia keen rivalry already
exhibited for this splendid award,
mauy Legion organizations have
thrown their hats into the ring
pointing to such accomplishment
ss the construction of a commu
nity swimming pool, donation of
a public ambulance; improvment
of play grounds etc.
IB r :-- 1 3
1 ' Mi&Kl 1
PING A-JOURNEYING? Then
tuck into your bag a vacation s supply
of Humming Bird Pure Silk Hosiery
castel tints for your filmy afternoon and
evening frocks; white, grey and beige for sports,
a darker shade or two for showery days and dusty
hikes. 1 The "shadowless" silk is knit knee-high
and sole-deep. Consider this with your short
frocks and scant-cut shoes. Skillful shaping and
the new Humming Bird Index Heel create a per
fect fitting ankle, instep and foot. Heels, toes
and doubled tops arc long-wearing lisle. Mod
estly priced. Sold only in reliable stores.
DAVENPORT HOSIERY MILLS, Chattanooga, Tcnh.
New York OfKcti 200 Fifth Avenue.
PURE SILK HOSIERY
tone merchants have agreed to
clone shop on Monday, July 6. and
many expect to leave Soturday
evenir.g and Sunday forUkiah,
Lehman Fpripgsandcther points
in the mountains to spend the4th.
' The streets of lone, designated
for improvement are being water
ed this week in preparation for
opertiona of a acarifier.
.That redoubtable kniirr, Bill
Windsor, hss betaken himself to
the harvest field. Before leaving
he dropped in on the editor to
sSy that if he were running a
newspaper he would keep his eye
Oh the old line mule and let the
dust fly where it would.
Altho harvest Las scarcely be
gun, wheat ia already pouring
into the warehouses and elevators
and a number of carloads hsve
been shipped to tide wster.
,The Independent Warehouse
reoorts receiots of 2000 sscks
and the shipment of 4 cars.
They do say that a number of
our local base ball fans journeyed
to Heppner last Sundav and wit
nessed a atiring exhibition. At
gny rate the boys were consider
ably atirred up wheu they got
hack. Bert Mason has been vainly
seeking a way of escape from the
wrath to come. He th'nks now
that h rosy be able to achieve a
suf fiient degree of restoration to
grace to enable' him to make a
personal tender of his taxes in
safety. Thi way of the trarugres-Borishard.
Safety Razor blades. We stock
every standard make.
Jason Biddle got tangled up
with some barbed wire ane a
wild horse with the result that
Or. Mc Murdo found it necessary
to take nine stitches to close the
ash made in the back of Mr Bid-
die's necK by the wire. While Mr.
Biddle suffers considerable dis
comfort and inconvenience, no
sei ious consequences are antici
Painters and decorators have
been at work on the Union Pacific
Railway station for the last few
lays and it now sparkles like a
jewelinthecrowo of the queen of
Humming Bird silk hosiery at
Link Yocum, who dislocated
his left hip in an accipent on the
Geo. White ranch at Lexington,
as operated on Frinsy by Dr.
Johnston at ths Morrow General
Haspital. The dislocation was re
Juced under a general anestheiic.
Link will have to keep a weight
tied to his leg for three or four
weeks and will be loid up forsix
Mrs. Perry Bartlemsy is now
at the Good Samaritan Hospital,
Miss Rosetta Fletcher of lone
was operated on last Friday at
the Morrow Genenl Horpital by
Dr, JohnBton fo. an abscesbed ap;
New wheat is beginning to ar
iv? at the Farmers' Elevator
arehouse. Receipts so far total
Mrs. Sam Warfield, of lone,
was operated on Monday at the
Morrow General Hospital by Dr.
Mr. John Montgomery is regis
tered at the Hotel lone this week.
Elbert Cox of Heppner was op
eratt-d on Wednesday at the
Morrow Geneial Hospital, by Dr.
Johnston, lor hernia, ine opera
tion was done under local anesthe
I JOB PRINT
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Good WorK and Reasonable Prices E
What's the 1
H This is the question that enters the mind of every cus-1
ii tomer who examines merchandise with the expectation
H of buying sompthing
H Realizing that most people make this the first consid-1
' eration when they go to buy, we have priced our goods s
; 1 consistently low-, -but never at the sacrifice of quality.
i If you find any article bought at this store not as rep- g
l! resented, bring it back and we wUl make good our
H claims. '
Try this Store for Satisfaction.
Mrs. E. J. Evans with her son
Lewellyn and her daughter Guen
dolvne, arrived last week from
Spokane to be with Mr. Evans
on Blackhorse, during the sum
mer. The children hsve attended
school in Spokane during the past
Sunday School members of the
Congregational Church plan to
spend next Sunday in tha moun
taina above Heppner. They will
enjoy a basket dinner and expect
a large number to be able to make
Several ranchers in our vicinity
are looking for men to assist in
the harvest which is now in pro
gress. Wheat is better then many
Mr. Smith Towna drove in
from Spokane recently. He is
now busy at the Warner ranch
but expects later to be at the
Miss Velle Ward is at home
from Salem for a visit with her
mother, Mrs. Ola Ward.
Mrs. Eva Lane left last week
for Salem where she expects to
conduct a boarding house.
Campers at the local yard weae
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lake of Seattle.
They were traveling for Mrs.
Wayne Schriver arrived by
auto last Tbursbay frcm Kings
Valley to stay for a time witn
Mra. Schriver and the children
wbo gre vi8itjng Mr. and Mrs, 0.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Schriver who has been quite
ill ia now much better.
Lexington business houses are
to be closed on Saturday which is .
to be observed as the Fourth.
The Sixteenth Annual
Ot. 30 to Nov. 6.