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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1926)
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday ly
W. W. HEAD, Editor Publisher
One Year $1.50
Six Months "5
Three Months 50
Entered as second class matter at
.'he poslofucc at lone, Oregon, under
act of March 3, 1S.9
FriJay, Dec 17. 1926
Willy and I hot footed it to the
next town which was six milt
way. On the way-it began rain
ing: harder and we soon were soak
ed. Willy stepped in a large mud
puddle and fell, draping me in
after him. After that we were piaim iim-iu, u u
not in very good humor but when thlH 0"t llmt l'1"1'"'" ',
illillr..ltwtlf it.r.ili. u; I..f I "
wecaughtthe train for Merlon, " V? 7 ,
we were bath in better spirits,
" in the cmcuir court op
i ll IS STATE pF OREGON FOR
MORROW COUNTY. .
V. S. Smith, Plaintiff,
0. D. Forbes and Minnie
:1 Foibes, hi-j wife. Defendants.
To O..U. Foibes. Defendant:
IX THE NAM K Of Til K STAT.;
iE OltliUON: Vim urn lit'ivfiy roiinir
tlto Hietir uiul tiiixwcr tliocum
.ilitliin rik il ugitlimt yen In the above
I'litlth'U null on or lit (oix Jitnuiiry
.Hill, U'liiK nioivtliali Mix WicKs
i out the Utile ol the tint iniliUeiitioii
of thin Smiiiiuoiim. inl toil wlil tttke
.ictke that It .von tuil lo ho annuel
or ideml vl bin tli. it time for waul
ilieivot the plaint iif will u-l to
the above enliil, a t otirt for the re
lief iirwyed tor iu plaint if( com.
Eor IX lkviv
On the way to Merton we were
afraid to open the bag and see
our spoils for fear we would Ret
On arriving at Merion we each
found a letter from home. In nn
letter was a check for $100 anf
in Wil'y'sone lor $150.
Willy then picked up the evet
ing paper and read aloud an at
tide like this: "In Amboy, Indi
ana, a few days ago a fatmet
was held up and a buckskin bar
containing liver pills was takei
from him. It is generally thought
that the thugs were after the
bank president who had a law
sum on him at Ihe time."
Without saj ing a word I opened
the bag and poured out a bam!
ful of Dink liver pills while Willy
sat down on the floor so hard
that I thought he wuuld break
"Wright's Hall for boys."
Xmas Cards and Folders.
liovo named forthe sum of $ttm, with
iuteervHt thereon lit the rate ut per
cent per uuiiinn from March Int. liU'J,
the further hiiiii of J'pU.uu, at toi iie. ,h
fees, and for the redemption and pay
hieiit of taxed iim aloiVMdd, Hit hum
.i(IJ.3d wlthlalerext at Hie rateol
il per iv i it per annum from Mar I. ti,
and the lui tlirr sum of tit.i.j,
vith iHterext theivoii at the rate of
iierevnt per annum from Novem
er ilu, l!UJ and for plulullfi-g costs
nid disliiUMeiueulH In thin su.t.
And tor a l-nre of the ubuve out..
led Court, that the philiulirn u,urt
,ili! tlpou the renlestiite meiUiumd
.nd described in mild 'omplaliit as
..ot out- ( 1 1 lllix k one ( 1 1 iu Uull
ni-one Aditillou to the Tow u of lone
lorrow I tunny, iiiviriiii. ! fom l...
-d, and that said real blnvrtj-Ih-!
old at fonvlooiiresale under ilio orl
lerof tills ton t hi the meaner pro-
Ins by. thi-otinh or under them or el
I lln-r of tliem, tie forever burred and
nmvloMed from all right title' 'Inter
est, lien or claim In, to or upon said
ieal proHrty or any part thereof,
save only M e Mntutory right of re
demption. Eor a further IVereo ol ihe Court
that the plaluutlff may bid at the
sale of the said real properia rnd be
come Ihe pure baser thereof, ami that
the officer making Hiieh sale place
purchaser thereat, In the Immediate
posHcsslen of said real properly and
every part thereof,
Eor a Iveree that plaintiff have
xtnh other an further relief as to this
Court may seem Just mid equitable,
Thin Miminoiis Is published pursu
ant. to thd order of the Hon lilP-en
V. t'helpH, Julgt of the aliove enti
tled Court, dill., made mid entered
ion the l.'lth day of December, lU'.'tl, ill
reeling that th publication of Sum
moiiM be made once a week, for a per
lod of six weeks consecutively lathe
lone ludcpei d. i-t, t'.e first jmbliea
I Iwii therein is imule pursuant to
Mild order the 17th day ot Ueccm
E. II. ItolllllHOII,
Attorney tor the plaintiff.
Host tiff ee Address, lone, OrvtiOii.
IHf, IT, 21. 81. !:. J;ii. T. U, 21.
""ii - rn
The latest improvmentsin these
Sets. One and two dial control.
See me for a trial or phone 11. G
Chevrolet Touring Car
for milk cows or heifers. Writ
o It. B. Wilcox, Lexington, Ore.
or see me at the ranch
tided by law for the sale of proH-rt 'mid wav between Lexington and
under exeeiill m. and that the pro- 0m
on iroiu me sale of said real prop
; The Annual Meeting" of the
stockholders of (' e P uik of lone,
of lot.e, Oregon, fu the e'cctlon
of Direc ors ut,j the transaction
of any ether business that nmy
come before the meeting, will be
held at the office of (aid bank on
January 13, .1H27, between the
hours if 10 A. M. and 2 P. M.
II Victor C. Peterson,
I ty l ajiplled to the Hatisfactlon of ;
of plalntCfs JiidKeinent Including at !
toriu-y' fv. bayment 'due on le-'
hiMliicut ta e, cokta and dlsbu ne
nieiitsol this Kiilt. mid the mvriiiuK'
eostn of ale, and the reinaluder. it'
any there be. be paid Into tbU Court i
to be dishurwd a the lour U a.l '
vlseil aud may direct. 1 -
Eor a further Decree that thede.'l llallt'rU,. "ew ''"e of Station
leiidanto and nil other htoh claim ery at BULLARD's PHARMACY.
Some for sale, trade or rent.
320 to 3080 Acres.
For particulars rail address
C. B. Ru!ey,
CALIFORNIA bids you
turn back the calendar
to summer and come play in
the warm sunshine.
At an added inducement the
Union Pacific now offer i apecia 1
low round trip farea and assure
you a murveloui journey on the
finest of fatt train. Connect iens
via Portland or Salt Lake City,
MAKE YOUR RXSZHVATlOXt NOW
J. VV. 1 1 wok. Agent,
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
Then are dayi fur temlhif; mcrchamlie
And ilm t to semi a bill
Hut thit one dor vt all th: year '
He lend you just
Yes, 'Tis Christmas time again- and
we want to take this opportunity of wi.-hing
you the compliments cf the season- -a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We've appreciated the business sent
our way during 102C we have tried mighty
bard to please you - and we hope to number
you as a friend and customer, in the years
So here's a hearty "Thank You" or
your good will in the past; and the test ol
wishes for ycur prosit rity, health and hap
pit. ess in 1927.
Farmers Elevator Co. Of Icne.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS
Notice is her. by given that the
regular Annual Meeting of the
lone Naiional Farm l.onn AssocLi
lion will be held at lone, Stale of
Oregon, at the hour of two o'clock
P. M. on Tuesday, Jauuary 11,
The purpose for which this
ir eeling is called is to elect a Hoard
of Directors Li t;-.u!nu year
and for the transaction of any
othet business ,o.it may properly
C. H. Ruley,
Notice of Sale of A linals.
Notice is lurchy given that
pursuant to the statutes of the
State of Oregon in such cscs
maee and provided, the under sltfn
ed has taken up ti e hereinalter
described animals found running
at large upon tr y premises. I will
on Monday, January lid, 1927, at
the hour of 2 o clock P. M. of
J said da t sell at ptiplic audit n to
the highest biddei for cash in hand
the following des ribed aniinls, to
' wit: 1 black hors about four years
I old, weght, arp ox'imat ly 10501b.
; no visible brand; 1 black mare, a
(bout, four jears old. approximate
I weight lOSulb, with no vissible
brands; one brown mule, three rr
four years old, weight about 85olb
with no distinguishing marks or
t brand, unless said animals shall be
redemed by the owner thereof
prior to said ale. Said sale will
be held at my ranch two and one
half miles N. W. of lone.
FRESH SWFET ORANCES
Freeh, swett o angen $3 perbox
of SOU large size. lioxta larger
than Btai'dard size. Sound fruit
and satisfaction guaiantecd or
money bacK. We pay express
charges. A box of these makes
an appreciated Chrislmss gift.
Remit with otdtr.
ACME ORANGE FARMS.
It Pays to Look We i
Specialist in Bobs.
Everything in the line of
hardware. If vvc havn't
got it we can get it
j IONE HARNESS SNOP .
and looK over my
Line of Worh Shoes.
I have a g'ood tocK of Gloves and
B-epuirintJ ut Keosonable Prices.
T. K. Peterson, Prop.
Wholcsiile and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon.
The following list of pictures
Bre booked to how at the L"gion j
Hall, beginning Jun" 12
We have in this list a wide
range of subjects and stars ano"!
hope to plt'itse every one. We nrej
having a hard time to make er ds
meet.fo, when in doubt, v. ha!
to do, go to the show.
Tires & Tubes Of The Best
Oils, Grease & Supplies
i i - -
A. D. MCMURDO, M. D. g
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Huilding
(Trained Nurse Assistant
18 Three Faces East.
25 The Road to Yester-
Cut thW out and kfep it for
ut ire reference. We will only
raise prices when the t rice of
program compels us to. Dont
misji single num' rf this enn-
racc. American Iron
"See me before sending away
J your Tires. I can give vou a
bargain in tires and tubes.
E. R. Lundell Proprietor
The Garage where you get
"Service With A Snnn"
C. L. SWEEK
Attorney At Law
First National Bank Ruilding
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCINKS,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Br. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE.
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
IONE, - ORECON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
Miss Zcna Westfall, Graduate
. . A. II. Johnston M. D.,
PhyHician In charge.
Rates Reason 4 ble
Dr. F. E. Frraior
Oflice: Odd Fellows Buildire
Heppner, Oregon. !
lONIt, rUKX AYS and Ml A IS
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