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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1926)
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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1926
CITY IIALL BRIEFS
Tht regular monthly muting
of the Council of the To w a of Ion
bald IU regular Ion Tuesday
evening of this week and after
tht dispatch of routine business
and the payment of current bills,
the matter of the further Iroprov.
naent of streets was brought up;
the matter taking: the form of a
proposal to surface Second Street
and the street extensions connect
log It with llaln Street, with
gravel; half of the expense to be
bora by the property owners es
peclaly benefited and half by the
Councilman George W. Ritchie
was appointed as a eojnmlttee of
one to whit on the property own
ere speciay interested and ascer
tain their wlrthts in the matter.
The meeting then adjourned to
8o' clock, P.M. Wed. wnen it
met to hear and act upon the re
port of the committee. The roll
call call showed all members of
the Council prseent. The Mayor
then called for the report of the
special committee appointed In
connection with the proposed lm
provment on Svcond Street and
conections. Mr. Ritchie reported
all but two of the property bold
errs approached as favorable and
that the amount pledged was suf
clent to justify proceediug with
the Improvment as proposed.
After some general discussion,
Mr. Ritchie was directed to cou
tinut the workof soliciting sub
scriptions and to proceed to the
Immedt at collection of the same.
Council adjourned to call of the
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tell us how we an help you. ,
We know that our weeeu U 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 andt service. We
sincerely offer you our earnest co-operation. '
THE LIVE BANK
YOUR CITY, U. S.A.
The following list of pictures
are booked to show at the Legion
Hall, beginning June 12. .
We hava In this list a wide
range of subjects and stars and
hepe to please every one. We are
having a hard time to make ends
meet.ee, when In doubt, what
to do, go to the show.
" "10. Man in Blue
" " 17 Charlies Aunt
" " 24 Tornado."
81 In Hollywood with
Potash and Perlroutter
August 7 Without Mercy.
' 14 Puricsne Kin
" 21 When A Man's A Man
" 28 Prairie Pirate.
Sept 4 Ridin' Thunder.
11 Wedding song.
18 Love Muter.
' 25 Family Secrets.
Oct. 2 Taming the West
' . 9 Seven Days.
' 16 Frivolous Sal
' . 23RsdClay.
' 80 Hell's Highroad.
Nor. 6 Calgary Stampede.
' 13 Sundown.
' 20 Simon the Jester.
27 Madam behave.
Dec 4 California Straight
" 11 Flowing Gold.
" 18 Three Fates East
" 25 The Road to Yetter
dsy. 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 eon
tract Axttrieaa Legion
L 0. 0. F.
Bo It known that on Saturday.
tha 10th day of July at the usnal
hour of meeting. lone Lodge No.
135, L O.O.F-.will install officers.
Ice cream and?
Dry Fork and Rhea Creek
Cranges Gather at Parker's
Mill for the Fourth -
A large crowd consisting of
members of the Dry Fork and
Rhea Creek Granges and friends
gathered at Parker's Mill on the
Fourth to Celebrate Independence
A bounteous bosket dinner was
spread at noon by the ladies.
In the afternoon an appropriate
program was was rendered by
the two graages followed by va
rious sports confuting of horse
races, wrestling matches, egg rae
es, a fat man's race, other races
and horse shoe pitching.
A very enjoyable time was had
by all. Free ict cream and lemon
ade was furnished by the granges.
HARDMAN RESIDENT I
Cilbert D. Coats. Former
Eight Mile Farmer, Dies at
His Home. July 3
Cilbert D. Coats died last
Saturday night a little before
midnight and was burried . Mon
day afternoon. The servie was
read at nhe Methodist church,
Rev. W. W. Head, of lone, offi-
ciaing. and interment was made
in th Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
He came to Oregon in 1884 and
was engaged lu farming in the
Eight Mile aection till ten years
ago when he moveb to Hangman.
jOING A-JOURNEYING? Then
tuck into your bag a vacation s supply
of Humming Bird Pure Silk Hosiery
nastel tints for vour filmv afternoon and
evening frocks; white, grey and beige for sports,
a darker shade or two for showery days and dusty
hikes. ' O The "shadowless" silk is knit knee-high
and sole-deep. Consider this with your short
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the new Humming Bird Index Heel create a per
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and doubled tops are long-wearing lisle. Mod
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PURE SILK HOSIERY
Qimi air a. i
Johnie Eubanks, young son of
Walter Eubanks came near hav
ing serious accident while he
was diving In .Willow Creek. He
hit bottom in shallow water re
ceiving a cut bead and dislocated
wrist Dr. Johnston patched him
Tht Dorcas Society will serve
ice cream and cake next Thurs
day Ifternoon and evening at the
Mrs. Walter JeDnon of 'Khea
Creek was operated- on, Sunbay,
at the General Hospital bv Dr. A
H. Johnson forapbendicitis. Mrs,
Jepsoo is getting along very nice
Mr. and Mrs. Henri Krebbs oi
Willow Creek are tht proud par-
enta of an eight and a half pound
boy, born at the Morrow General
Hospital, Wednesdsy. Molherand
baby doing well.
A reoresentative of the Fair
banks, Morse Company was in
lone this week maxing some mi
nor adjustments of the pump and
recently installed by the Town.
These adjustments are at the ex
pense of the Company.
A number of business and pro
fessional men joined in an excur
sion to Hid Away Springs by way
of celebarting our country 'a birth
day. They discovered that the
Sprinf were not hidden from the
rays of the king of da v. In time
they will forget it but not till
they have grQwn new hides.
Chas. Feldman met with a pecul
accident Monday evening. While
he was tying a mule in the eta
ble with a halter chain, the mule
suddenly pulled her head back
and Mr Feldman was minus a fin
ger, neatly amputated by the
halter chain. Dr. Johnston was
called and dresedthe remains of
Miss Rosa Fletcher who was op
pe rated on for appedicitis at the
Morrow General Hospital will
soon be able to come home. ,
Mr. William Braihers, who has
been away for some months is in
Mr. Ernest Shiply isnow with
the Independent Warehouse Co.
lie is registered at the Hotel lone.
Deacon S. E. Moore has fled the
city and can no longer be found
at his emporium on Main Street,
We understand that the Deacon
now answers the dinner call at
ihe Panberg ranch but we dare
vouch for no more.
Mrs. Fred Ritchie was operat
ed ou Sunday at the Morrow Gen
eral Hospital by Dr. Johnston.
31 inch wagon with 100 bushel
grain bin CHEAP for CASH.
See lone City Diay.
Mr. J. V. Head; now wite the
Eastern Clackamas News of Esta
cada, paid lone a flying visit over
thd week end, arriving Saturday
evening and leaving on the Mon
Humming Bird Silk Hosiery at
Mrs. Sara Wat field who was a
jatient at the Morrow General
rlospital last week is at home
PIANO FOR SALE
High Grade New Piauo'near
lere. Must be sold at once at a
benl discount and on very lib
eral terms to responsible party.
If interested, write to Bush &
Lane Piano Company, Portland,
Old South ItutUution
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Southern origin, and the word la aald
to hava been used In Virginia prior to
U lone Independent
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tomer who examines merchandise wita the expectation
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H Realizing that most people make this the first consid-1
H eratlon when they go to buy, we have priced our goods
consistently low-, -but never at the sacrifice of quality. e
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Among Fourth of July visitors
in Lexington were Dr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Anderson from Portland at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Hill, also Sherman and George
Tucker and Mrs. Elsie Conner of
Oregon City and Gladstone at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Hunt. These visitors attended the
Legion Celebration at Heppner.
Neva Warner is spending a
week in town at the home of
Lexington has a rtal salesman.
He is neither old in years or in
experience. Young Sam McMilan,
on the Fourth of July, hotest day
on record , sold from bouse to
house to house a ' prepartion
known lu be good for all the cuts
bumps and bruiees that small
are heir to. As a reward for bis
labors, Sam is to receive a school
pupil's handy desk outfit which
will prove useful next September.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reany, son
Averil and daughter Grace, drove
up from Salem for a several days
visit during the week past They
returned to Salem Monbay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sch river
ane daughters motored to Port
land after a two weeks stsy at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Congregational Snnday School
membera with frienda ss, guests
spent a long Fourth of July in the
mountains above Heppner.
A bontiful table , restful shade
and woooded haunts provided a
day of pleasure for the large com
pany of those present.
Now Summer brings us pleasant
And dreamily they glide
As if they floated, like the leaves, .
Upom a silver tide.
The Sixteenth Annual
Ot 30 to Nov. 6.
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