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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, April 22, 1927
Tin lone bate ball club lust
their second at ralitht irame of the
Morrow Gilliam County League
to Ileppner Uot Sunday by a 2 to
one icore Deapite the miserable
wind and dual atorm the bova
were compelled to play in It waa
o kooI game.
lone chalked ud the firitacore
of the game In the 5th inning on
nn error by Allen, Heppner right
fielder, and a two base by Frank
Lundell, Ileppner tied the icore
in the 6th on an error, a atolen
bane and a two base hit. Nothing
more happened until in the Oth
when a hit batsman, a aiolen
bate and an atror gave Ileppner
the winning run. lone succeeded
in getting two men on'in the 9th
but the nixt two were tatty outa.
Davie, local pitcher haa been
I'itching wonderful ball. Hehaaal
iwed onle 12 bits and haa struck
ixit 43 men in the last three gamea
With auch pitching aethat lone
thoutd break into the winning
lone plays at Condon, Sunday
a-'id ileppner tikea on Arlington
line AB II H E
( ocliran 2 4 0 0 2
);ubankim 4 10 0
llauney aa 3 0 0 2
V. liletmann 3 4 0 0.0
liafiap 4 2 0 1
rakel 4 10 0
(. Kietmann 1 4 2 0 0
l'riatowe 4 0 10
I iimlell r 3 1 0 0
La Mear c
A 'en r
Take aPicture jgl
April 24 to 50
READY WITH YOUR.
"Take a Picture Week" is a good time for
you to get started with your Kodak get
started right by loading with yellow-box Kodak
:' The qualities of speed and latitude always
uniformly present in Kodak Film assure suc
cessful picture making.
When you've exposed your
film bring it to us for highest
' quality photo-finishing.
The Kodak Store
The following la the batting
avflrnira it tha Inn a Knv tn H af! i
AB II K Pe
7 4 0 571
8 2 0 333
7 2 0 280
8 2 0 250
9 2 0 221
S 1 0 125
7 0 0 000
9 0 2 000
3 0 1 000
3 0 0 COO
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Opti
cat Company, 304 Salmon St.,
Portend, Oregon, EYE SIGHT
SPECIALISTS, will be in lone
all day and evening. Monday,
April 2T)th at the lone Hotel. See
him about your eyoa.
CALL FOR COUNTY
All General Fund Warrants of
Morrow County, Oregon, regis
tered on or before June 30th 11)26,
will be paid on presentation at
the office of the County Treasur
er on or ater May 10th, 1927. at
which date interest on aaid war
rants will cease.
Ileppner, Oregon. April 19. 1927.
Leon W. Brigs, County Treas.
See Paul C. Balsig.r for Holt,
! Harris and Best harvester repairs
for the season.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Noiti-e In hort'liy tflveu that the
iinih rliii'il Im filed hla final art'omit
li nilmliilNlrHtor lit the wtaU (it
Anna Kuk wiilil, (IitthinmI, intM'oun
ty Court of tin- Hint til Or'Kn, tor
Morrow Count y, nml tluii (Mill Court
turn fixed Monday, the 2ml Any or
Miiy, 19.7 nt tie hour of 2:(KI o'clock
I'. M.ufmilil (lit v. a the time: Mini
0, the futility Court room In the Court
O.liouiieHt Hi'i'imiT Morrow Count)'
Oregon, im the llirt ul h.nrliiK mild
nrcutiiit nnl otiht-llotia thereto, II
niiy. ami tun nettliiiieiit ol mid e
ite olflrnt pulilk'iitlon ol this no
tlce. April lt. 11'.'?; ditto ol hut nil-
lU'iith Vprll ft'lti, Wil.
V. II. ItoliliiMon,
Aitminlntrntor of the estate ol
Anna U Kugvnll, deceased.
Are you suie (hat vou know
where that quarter is that you
put away for the highsphool pro
gram next Friday evening. April
The evening will afford plenty
of opportunities to smile, and so
Two one $ct plays "Peggy's
Predicament" and "The Little
Red Mare" will be given along
wit h many other interesting feat
urea. In the first play the cook
becomes unmanageable just aa a
bride's motharinlaw is expected
to come for luncheon. Peggy's
friends help to solve her "preuic
The second comedy is a general
mix-up, full or plenty or fun cans
ed by the fact that the little red
mare and thedeaf farmerVdaugh
ter are both named Nellie.
We promise you an enjoyable
Dont miss it! Admission 15
and twentyfive cents.
The Primary room had charge
of the assembly program last Fri
day. The audience was taken fur
trip through Huland.
April 29 The High School will
give an interesting program
for the benefit of the Stu
dent Body and the Senior
May 16 Senior Class Night
May 19 Commencement
Friday afternoon, April 8, the
high school gave the Assembly
Here ate a few ol the pictures
we have contracted for 1927.
April 23. Cohen's VKelly's
April SO Up in Mabel's Room
May 7th. . Last Frontier
May 14th. . Two Cun Man
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise pric es when the price of
program compels us to, Dont
miss a single number of this con-
ract. American Legion
PIANO FOR SALE
IN IONE VICINITY
Quality piano, a bargain Pay
$10. monthly. For particulars
address Hcndrlck piano Broker
age Co. 12T South Madison St.
The spring season will
soon be here; we have the
Dr. L D. LeGear line of
stock and poultry remedies,
John Deere plow line of
shares and extras agency
forVanBrunt Drill, and a
good line of general mdse.
at right prices.
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Mr. and M', Holmea Holman
and Mr. and Mrs. Brenner Keece
also Delbert Keece and Margy
Holman motored over from YakiJng her parents.
ma, Sunday, to visit with their
mother and grandmother, Mrs,
John Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. Hoi
man, MarjorleanJ Delbert return
ed to their homes Sunday evening
but Mc. and Mrs. Keece remain
ed Jo virit a few days.
Dr. C. C. Chick and son Charles
were up from Hood Kiver, Tue
dayM'hcv returned Wednesday.
Frank Englma.i returned Fri
day from a rhort business ttip to
Ed Wetherall is spending a few
days of this week in lone, visit
Teij Troge is spending this week
in Portland. Walt Corlay is doing
his dray work.
Delhert Williamson, formerly
of lone, and a friend spent Mori
day night at the M. II Morgan
Mrs. C. W. Swansonand daugb
ters Kuth and Norma were shop
pen in The Dalles, Friday.
Mrs. Joe Bowers, who haa been
living in Hood Kiver for the past
two vears. is visiting with her
son, Ray Barnett, this week.
Perry Bartletrmy of Maupin,
spent a few hours in in lone, Sun
day. He started wont wonoay a
Elmer Griffith and Judge Rot
t I : . l. ,
inson returnta. luesuay ihkui
from their fi6hing trip on the
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer
were lone visitors, Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood and
Billy, spent Wednesday aft
ernojn in Heppner,
Kuth Mason and Lana Padberp
isited in Heppner, Thursday aft
F" M. Griffin returned from
Maupin Thursday evening,
Ture Peterson waa a business
caller in Heppner, Tuesday
Frank Engelman has been ap
pointed dea'er in this vicinity fot
the San Francisco Examiner, the
Pacific Coast'a Greatest Sunday
Mtuaninar with a ("imitation Ofl
nearly Hair a minion upiea. i
get this Big-Value Sunday Newt
paper with its 15 Comics in Colors
and other Great Features, phone
Your Order Today to Frank En
gelman, Main 63, lone, Oregon.
See F. H. Robinson for all ktndt
of fire, automobile and grain in
Mrs. Ralph McCormack return
ed home Friday afternoon from
Eugene where ahe has been visit
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ely left on
Wednesday for Portland where
they will live.
Mr. and Mra. Bert Palmatter
were Hailing Mr. and Mra. H. O.
Mr. N. T. Cuts forth and son
Orval finished their spring plow
ing and left for Lixirglon Mon
Pat Medlock and family are
moving onto the Fay Pettyjohn
Mildred Morgan was calling on
Alia Pettyjohn, Sunday.
Quite a number of Morgan peo
pie attenued church at lone last
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crowell
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cool and
and family were the dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bauman
if Lexington, Sunday.
It If II mine. d Bluet who lorn to
juote that Inimitable definition of
fcliellliif. "archlteotur Is frown mil-
ilc" It Is the. the mont famous wom
an of her century, who find that "for
women glory Is only a brilliant mourn
ing worn for hupplness," snd that
-ever) thing which does not touch
one's heart leaves one's life free."
On a profounder subject ahe sa)t.
Tit mystery of eilstence la the con
nection between our sins and our sor
rows. I bava never dona a wrong
which tins not been the cause of a mis
fortune;" and, "One must take cart.
If on can. that tht decline of this
lift be tht youth of tht next. To for
get self without ceasing to be Inter
ested In others lives the soul some
thing of ttit divine," From TTht
Women of the Salons," by 8. C'Tat
A child, who ta In the flnrt grade
at school, returned borne one evening
and. at tht dinner table, repeated a
riddle that sht had beard at school
"If a man were locked np In a
house for two weeks, and thert was
no food In tht house, what would he
tatr After a few minutes of unsuc
cessful attempts to guess tht answer,
the members of tht family "gavt up"
and requested tht Mutlon.
"Why, ha would eat tht raisins on
the calendar and drink the milk from
the be," replied the child. Tbt an
wer iisd been: The dstet on tht
calendar and water from tbt springs
In the herf
Now is the time to putyour
lanimals and fowls in condition!
jfor spring activity, by feeding!
Dr. Hess' Stock Tonic,
Instant Louse Killer,
Hess Dip and Disinfectant,
Hess Roup Tablets,
Hess Healing Powder.
Every package absolutely guaranteed to
! satisfy or your get your money back.
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Intertill I Medicine fur tht .'
past twelve y art
Will be in the Dalle on Thurs
day May 12, at the Dalles U
And in Pendleton, on Friday,
May 13, at the Dorion Hotel.
Oftice Hours, 10.00 A.M
to 4:00 P.M.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellethin la a regular gradu
ate lu medicine and surgery mid It
llcensai by tbt state of Oregoa. 11a
does not operate for chronic apptn-
dlcltlH, gallstone, ulccrt of atom,
at'h, tohslla or adenoids.
He haa to hit credit wonderful re
sult In dlwniM ol the atomaeh. lira
boweU, blood, akin, nerve, heart
Kidney, bladder, bed wetting, eat
arrh, weak lung, rheumatism, eclat.
Iiu, leg ulcers and rectal allmtnta.
llelow art tlie name of a lew ol
hi many tatlafled patient la Or.
Ron. who have been treated for one
of the above named cause: . i
Mm. U. H. Blake, Marsfleld.
Mrs. LV.klcAdoo, Hclo.
W. U Klrby. llend. .
il. K. Auatadt, Astoria,
iir. Fred Cruwiw, Urara Valley.
Mra. I-ewereoae, Portland.
Mra. ('. Horning, Uauaer.
Mrs. J. L. Henderson, North Pow
der. Mr. Andrew Anderson, Vfejtport
Remember tbti above date, taa"
commit Ion will be free and that htav
treatment b different.
Marled women must be aceompaa-
led by tbelr husband.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg Lot
A libelee, California.
Good income property in Port
and for stock of merchandise or
hardmare or might consider food
624 Marshall Street,