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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1926)
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IONE, OREGON, FRflAY, Sept 3, 1926
Maximum temperature.. 98 Dr.
Total precipitation 0 17
Number of clear days 18
Partly cloudy Cays 8
Cloudy day i 5
, Prevailing wiwi Westerly
Total precipitation since Sept.
For the corresponding
K. K. IIAHUISOS
Hard to Forgive
It would b much vanlrr to'lovt
your Mlow luun If tit didn't bonk to
got by Slid IIhm alow down. WasU
PRIZES OFFERED BY
Heppner, Oregon, Sept 1 1926
A Sack sewing contest, open to
all comers, will take place at He
ppner tbla fall according to K.W.
Morae, M jw County Agricnl
tural Agent. This conteal, which
is being sponsored by the Mor
row County Wool andGrain Show
and the Heppner Rodeo Com
mittee, will take place during
the Rodeo, to be held September
23 24 25.
-The preliminaries will be held
on the morning of September 24,
at which time each contestant
will fill, sew, and pile five sacks.
The finala will be held on thefol
lowing morning, each contest
ant filling, sewing, and piling 10
sacks. Cash . priiea of $30, $20.
and $10 will be aiveu winners of
the first three blaces.
The contest will be jndged by
committee which will seore each
contestant on the time of sewing,
workmanship, weight of sacka,
and cleanliness, or the amount of
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC
High School and College Expert
ence in Pennsylvania and Oregon,
including three Years of Football
for Willamette University.
The high school athletic coach.
Mr. John Faanacht, arrived In
lone, Friday morning, with bis
Mr. Fasnacht Is a fine athlete,
having taken part in basketball,
baseball and t'ack through high
and college. He waa all Southern
Pennsylvania center while in high
school. He has has had four years
experience In college football,
three being played for Willamette
University and one for Pennsyl
vania Wealyan University.
A big year in high school ath.
letics it anticipsted for lone.
Pltaie remember that there is
just one price on school books
and that la CASH. Please do not
ask to have books charged.
In effect t
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The following list of pictures
are booked to show at the Legion
Hall, beginning Jun 12.
We have in this list a wide
range of subjects and atars and
hope to please every one. We are
having a hard time to make ends
mMt.u. when In doubt what
to do, go to the ahow.
4 Ridin Thunder.
11 Wedding Song.
18 Love Master.
25 Family Secrets.
2 Taming the West.
9 Seven Daya.
16 Frivolous Sal
23 Red Ctay.
30 Hell's Highroad.
6 Calgary Stampede.
20 Simon the J eater.
27 Madam behave.
4 California Straight
U Flowing Gold.
18 Three Fates East.
25 The Road to Yester
Cut this out and keep it for
mure reference. We will only
raise pri.-e when the price of
prouram compels us U. Dont
mine a single number of this con
rack American Legion
Defeated In the Primaries,
He Refuse! to Lie Down.
Will Run on His Own In
PIANO MUST BE SOLD
Will aacrifice fine piano in ator
age near here for immediate sale.
Will give easy terms to responsl
ble party. For full particulars and
where it may be seen, address
Portland Music Company, 227
6th Street, Portland, Oregon.
Supt and Mrs. Roy Skeen arrlv
ed in lone Wednesday mornig.
They have been In attendance on
the summer sessions of the Uni
versity of the State of Washing
ton at Seattle.
' At the regular session of Bjnch
grass Itebekah Lodge a surprise
party in honor of her birthday
was given Mrs. Luvisa Sperry.
The plans for the surprise, which
was complete, were concerted by
Mrs. Delia M Corson and Mr..
Nora Holland, a sister of Mrs.
Sperry, living in Seattle.
The party from the psesenta
tion of the post card shower and
the unveiling of the birthday
cake to the icecream and cake
served at the close was very en
William Henbrix of Khea Creel.
who waa recently operated on by
Dr. Johnston at Morrow Genera;
Hospital is now abta to sit in
fchairand getting along nicely.
Mr. J. V. H ad, formerly pub
lisher of The Independent is now
on the staff of The Sentinel at
Coal while Jt lasts at $1200 a
ton. see Cole at the t armers
Mr. .John Olden of Rhea Creek
Is ill at the Morrow General Hot
pital. 'Dr. Johnston regards bit
condition as not serious but as r
quiring compete rest and treat
Are now ripe. .
You pick them and furnish the
containers, at three and a hair
cents a pound, 3 centa over 100
pounds. We pick and pack them
at 5 centa a pound. Come or send
your orders to H. D. Saling. one
andor.e half miles east of Irrigon
Black Flag kills flies effecti vly
Powder or Liquid. Bullard'sPhar
Star Brand shoes at Bristow
and Johnson's. None better.
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 tlie 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 co-operation.
THE LIVE BANK
YOUR CITY, U. S. A.
Get the Habit
Inspect my special cash and
carry counter every week.
Pay cash and you will
find that you ,can re
duce the cost of living
and SAVE MONEY.
First Class Shrimps 17ct
. Good Corn, Two for 25ct
Mrs. Stewart's Bluing 19 ct
Citrus, large 26ct
D. W. Kraut 17 cf
Too Much Ballast
My house on third street near
the school house ia lone. Cash or
terms. For particulars call on or
write Walt Corlay, lone, Oregon.
Mrs, ft Randall.
The famous Italian variety.
good keeper, good eater, good
canner. I wenty pound cnue, 40
cents F. O. B.
Joe Douda, Estacada, Oregon.
PIANO BARGAIN LOCATED
Valuable high grade piano to be
told at once. Cash or terms $10.
monthly. If interested in a real
piano bargain neuryou, write to
Cline Piano Company, 66 Front
St, Portland, Oregon,
C i&ii T?!
fctt I tb eutsUAdng chiKtmuc ok tim
22 drjmrtmfnti of the Collcjc ol
Literature. Science and the Art.
Architecture ml Allied Art
Buiiness Adminbtration Educa
tion Journalism Graduate Study
Law Medicine Music Physi
cs) Education Sxiolosy. Social
Work Eitcnsion Division.
Slst Vtar Ontiis Stvtcato 27. 1926
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Wonder Not Lasting
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Kit (reti'ntl,v, i'vcii ilioiih lie !
It'iiiinuit of tin- r a-., n. If mrylliln,'
bufii wliiih In lia lu't ri Iwfore,
tie cull It a ir . jr l l.i-ro.
Blackberries for sale at $1.75
per crate; Concord Grapes at $1
per crate. Shipments August and
September. All orders cash.
J. S. Osborne, Box 63,
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PIANO FOR SALE
High Grade New Piano near
here. Must be sold at once at a
liberal discount and on very lib
eral terms to responsible party.
If interested, write to Bush &
Lane Piano Company, Portland,
The Sixteenth Annual
Oct. 30 to Mov. 6.
Good WorK and Reasonable Prices
is This Is the question that enters the min J of every cus- j
Is tomer who examines merchandise witli the expectation j
l of buying sompthing j
! Realizing that most people make this the first consid
IS eration when they go to buy, we have piccd our goods!
: consistently low-, -but never at the sacrifice of quality. I
!H If you find any article bought at this store not as rep-1
resented, bring it back and we will make good our!
r claims. ' j
Try this Store for Satisfaction, j
1 Bristow & Johnson's, j