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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1927)
X Condon vi. lone
A good ball team
Sunday June 5th
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, June 3, 1927
I0NIANS TAKE TWO
"KlntfCole" Has Easy Time
With Arlington and
lone continued their winning
iresk by winning from Arling
ton. 9 to 1. last Sunday and
taking Heppner's scalp, 9 to 4,
on Monday. ,
Owing to the fact that the
Semi -pro team were fortunate
In getting the aervlc! of King
Colo, one of the leading twirlers
of the City lesgne. Cole pitched
both the games, winning easily.
The Arlington game started
off very much In lone's favor.
Six hits produced four hits In the
first Inning. lone collected a
total of 17 hits and 9 runs to
Arllngtons seven hits and one
run. An error by pitcher Cole
in the eighth Inning resulted in
the Arlington acore.
Ragged baseball with two
hits in tin first inning put two
runs serosa for Heppner in the
first inning. They didn't regis
ter again until the fifth when a
walk two hits and an error gave
them two more runs.
lone put one across in the
second and another In the third.
In the fourth Bristow fsnned,
Davidson tingled, and Lundell
followed with a single. Thorne
who hit for Howell put one out
to short who fumbled it allowing
nil men to he safe. Arch Coch-
realized every ball players one
ambition which is to knock a
home tun with the hexes loaded.
He caught Drskes first pitch
auuarely for a trij around the
bases giving lone a four run teed.
Cole held Heppner safe while
Ion shsred across three more
runs making the count 9 to 4.
Iut.e AB II R
Cochran r 3 2 2
W. Keitman 3 4 2 1
Eubanks I 5 3 2
O. Keitman 1 5 2 1
Cole p 5 2 3
Bristow ss 6 3 0
Lundell r 5 10
Howell e 2 0 0
Thorne c 2 0 0
Orcman 2 4 0 0
Blackburn ss 4 2 0
Solvester 1 4 10
Parrish ' m 4 10
(lusted 3 4 10
Woolsey p 4 0 0
Dhapman r 4 0 0
McDonald I 4 2 0
Wetherell c 4 U 1
I SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
Flowers for any occasion at
Portland prices! We have the
Agency for "The Tonseth Floral
Co." of Portland. . A house with
an enviable reputation, who strive
to maintain it. Telegrams? Express?
Yes, we pay these charges.
"SAY, IT WITH FlOWERS"
The following Is the hatting';
average of the lone boys to date:
AB H It Pet.
25 14 4
10 3 3
10 8 6
31 11 8
21 6 3
34 10 6
31 7 2
82 9 8
30 9 6
Partly American Bird
Tim liuinmliif bird U found only on
th Amerlcnn continent. It l clol)
hilled to th awlft, and tlicr are r
ml hundred mvIc oitlve from Lab
rador to Patagonia. Tli humming
bl.'d dx- not tim-Ujf mom birkwtrd.
hut by Hi um of tli wiorl mul-i
of th twata tit lr with rapid
ity which rnHbl th bird to rrnmln
KUitlonnry and to mak inch dartltit
liiorvinvnt that apparently th flight
may b backward.
U$e Bruth on Floor $
Th orradonal u of a weighted
floor hrtnh will anl't In keeping the
flnlnh of your onk floor In th best
rnmlltloD. At leant once a year th
floor ahntild n given a dreanlng of
wat, well ruhhed. In not neglect
your floora until the flnlnh I worn
down to th wood. A little attention
t th right time innlntHlua "lb per
fect floor" lnd-niilMy.
Fithing tor Dog Bi$euit
On the Itrltl.h Coluiulilu count th
dog of both whit men and Indiana
are well known to main Hi beach
and fairly IJv on Mliuon, which Uiey
nee in to prefer In th emldecayd
note. No III effect mull utile the
aiiliuiil gorgea, a would occur from
overeating of any other food. U. H.
Kjuiih In Adventura Mugaxtii.
The flrat tliu that on wet a gtori
oua thing, one heart la lilted up to
warda It In lov and awe, till It aeema
near to one ground on which one
may freely tread, becaua one appro
elate and admlrea; and o one for
get the dlntunc between It grnnd'-ur
and one' own llttleneaa. Churl
Klugnlcy, In "Two Year Ago."
Egyptian Forbidden Wheat
An authority auy that th reaaon
the Kcyptlun did not u wheat, and
therefor no trace could be found In
their muinmlut'd itmii-h. etc., wai
becaua llii-lr religion prohibited It
na aa a food. Although they knew of
tli grain, Inatead they uaed malite,
'which they kneaded with their foet
Into t bread known ai apt-It,
Named From Bird
rinlrynn day mean a calm peaceful
time. Hnlcyon la th ancient Greek
nam for th klngtlaher. Thla bird
waa reputed to build Ita neat upon th
tea, and lay and hutch Ita egg during
14 day, about December 21. Th tea
was suld to b calm during thla period.
They wer hnlcrnn dava.
Mr. Fred Pettyjohn of The
Willows Is well on the road to re
covery Mrs. Q. O. Horning anddau
ghter, Elizabeth, and Mr. Hal Jo
nes of Creshsm, spent Sunday
snd Monday visiting Mrs. Hom
ing's sister, Mrs. It. E. Harbison.
Mrs. Nellie Wslters of Port
land arrived Monday to spend s
few days visiting Mrs. Ista Bau
ernfelnd. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauern
feind and Ista Mrs. Bauernfeind
spent Monday with Mrs. W. G.
Farrens at lone.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Petty-
ohn were calling on Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Lowe, Hershal Touns
nd and Hood Ekleberry were
calling at the N. E. Pettyjohn
home Sunday evening.
Edith Ely spent Sundsy nigh
with Buelah & Geneva Pettyjohn
Geneva Pettyjohn spent Mon
day with Edith Ely.
Wild Animalt Fear Snakni
Iiuiigerou auake. In On lit llrltaln
ar ao rar that ruttl ahow no feur
of tlieu, but uuy foreign d.-er will b
In a tt of panic if a innke Is
placed bear It. T1;0 elephant Iguori-a
th Urgent annl.ii for he know that
bla thick hid la a aaf armor ngulnt
their attack. u the other hand.
Urge mammilla aw-h u the linn and
tiger will quickly run oft from the
preaenc of a atiukc.
Hardly Worth Figuring
What la half of one third?" aald
th teacher to Ted, and the boy, unac
customed to aurh vague thing und ob
cure, ald: "I don't know for aure;
but It can't be awfully much."
Nw assortment of birthday
cards at "BULLARD'S PHAR.
Hillside TypcCombine Haivester-
aul G. Balsiger, A?t, lone, Or.
Comunity Silver for that June
Wedding. Bullards Pharmacy
See F. H. Robinson for all kinds
of fire, automobile and grain in
HAND POWER WELL BORER
500 Steel Handpower Stumoullers
$30 each; Horsepower, $75; Auto
matic Gates; Hand Well Borers;
The Ducrest Mfg. Co.
Ill, Third Ave., Renton, Wash
See Paul G. Balsiger for Holt,
Harris and Best harvester repairs
for the season.
fair and square
deal - we try
; Bristow & Johnson's
Nanny goat, three months old.
Milk strain. If Interested call on
or write to X, lone Independent,
lone, Oregon. ,
A good team of horses, weight
atoutl400 lb., cheap for caHh or
good note maturing this fall.
W. Windsor, lone, Oregon.
PIANO FOR SALE
LN IONE VICINITY
i Quality piano, a bargain Pay
$10. monthly. , For particulars
address Hendrick piano Broker
age Co. 121 South Madison St.
FOR SALE, one Dain stacker
with buck rakes, one John Deere
mower, one thrcehorsejohn Deere
engine, one two bottom Deere
You can save money on any of
, BRISTOW & JOHNSON
season i icxeis ior me
Heppner Chautauqua" June
7-11 are now on sale at
Here are a few ot the pictures
we hsve contracted for 1927.
June 4th. Danger Girl
June 11th. Isle of Retribution
June 18th. Arizona Sweepstake
June 25th. Red Dice
Cut this out snd keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price oi
program compels us to. Dont
miss a single number of this con
tact. American Legion
I. K. KUUlUN
OjWe are prepared
to overhaul j
your magneto 3
and make it aat
?good aa new.61
Elmer Griffethand Judge
Robinson left Saturday afternoon
for the Deschutts River to try
their luck fishing.
Mrs. T. E. Grabill and Mrs.
Harry Armatsge left Saturday
Jack Farris and Otto Riet-
man left Saturday for a nshlng
Mr. and Mrs. Brock and Mrs.
Linsey of Seattle visited Mr. and
Mrs.' Job Crabtree and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Stender for a few days
thW week. I
Mrs. Mary Piffer and son
Gilbert Pettys of Starbuck were
visiting Maggie Bowers at the
home of D. H. Grabill.
Miss Beryle Murray, who has
been going to school st Freewater
came Sundsy to join her folks on
the ranch, '
Mrs. Walter Corleyand Mrs.
John Fsrris went to Heppner Tu
Mr. and Mrs. E. Koester of
Portland were visiting a couple
of days at the homes of M. R.
Morgan and E. R. Lundell also
the grave of Mrs. Koesters fa
ther the late Franklin Baker.
Mrs. Pearl Sniverly of Yak
ima arrived Sundsy night to vis
it ber father, Walter Cason, and
other relatives. She will leave for
Portland the last of the week to
meet her sister Mrs. John Vaug
hn of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jewel
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Rex Fisk of Pasco were visiting
Mrs. Alice McNabb Sunday and
George Ritchie Jr. left Sat
urday for Maupin and returned
Sunday with his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kiser.
Mrs. Glen Ball, of the road
camp, spent Sunday with her sis
ter Mrs. George Ritchie.
Leona and George Ritchie Jr.
left Monday for Maupin with Mr.
and Mrs. Kiser.
Mr. and Mrs. Elis Miner and
children also Charles O'Conner
Jr. left Sunday for a short stay
in the mountains.
Ture Peterson took two car
loads of cattle to Portland Satur
day. He returned home Tuesday
REDUCE THE COST OF
By Taking Cash Bargains!
Kellogs Corn flakes 1 0ct.
Shredded Wheat 14ct
Oval Sardines 1 4cL
Preferred Stock Corn 1 8cL
American Beauty Shrimp 17ct
M. J. B. Coffee 55cL
iAII other items in proportion.
Auther Pettya left for Star
buck in his new bur.
John Johnson is in Portland
getting dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker
and family returned Sunday from
a few days stay in the Walla
Mrs. Frsnklin Baker and son
of WaUa Walla came to lone
Sunday to be here for Decoration
day and are spending a few days
at the home of Henry Baker.
Mrs. Dale Rae left Wednes
day for for Cecil to work for
Don't forget the dance to be
given Saturday ntte by the com
munity. Tbe proceeds go to the
Mississippi flood victims. ,
' Mrs. Rsnkin returned Wed
nesday from a few weeks stay in
the Valley. -
Bet t Mason, Oley Kincad and
son Harold left for fishing trip
Friday and returned Tuesdsy.
Ernest Lundell is installing
a new gasoline pump.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young
visited relativea in Hardman
C. A. Low waa agreeably
surprised on Decoration day to
receive a beautiful poted plant,
a gift from the American Legion
Auxiliary of Beppner. No doubt
these thouehtfull ladies rember-
ed yach old soldier in the County
in the same way.
Jack Ferris and Otto Keitmsn
returned Wednesday from a short
fishing and sight sightseeing trip.
They spent two dsys fishing oa
the Deschutes and then motored
up into Washington. Jack says
the fishing wasu't so good. He
only caught six. That ia five
trout and one cold.
Elmer Griffith and Judge
Robinson returned Thursday from
their fishing trip on the Deschutes
Mrs. Walter Cochran return
ed Tuesday cite from Elgin.
Mike Cotter and wife left for
Rock Creek this morning on a
Dan Head, who has been
attending High School a Cath
lamet, is now in lone for the