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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1927)
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Sunday June 12th.
AGED PIOEER PASSES
J. P. M. FARRENS DIES AT
Following an illness of several
youi p, J. F. M, Farrenti died at
the home of hi son at Hardman,
lint Teursday mornlnir. Mr Far.
rens wan 80 years und 24 days o'd
at tne time of his death. Ilia fun
eral was held at Hardman on Sat
urdav and Interment was made
in the Odd Fellow' cemetrry at
that placn under the ouHpicci of
Lone Halm Lodge of which he
wa a charter member.
Hy ia survived by the follow
trior named children: Mm, Anna
Clement of Tacema, Watih., Mra.
Laura Ward of Lexington, Wil
lard Farrent of lone, Ernest Far
rens, Yakima, Wash., and Glenn
Farrens and Waller Farrens of
Hardman and a number of grand
June 15, '27.
A fine old
ruin we had lant weekl Wheat
crop a aure thing now! Next
tndnth Morrow County will le-
gin to disgorge her wealth into
tli lap of the world. Elevators
and warehouses will groan un
der the weight of their loads.
Wheat hauling from one to
twenty miles to lone, at an aver
age of 25 bushels per acre. How
many buphels? Well it is some
wheat. I ruess yes There are
wome countries than Morrow Co.
We are not flooded out of house
and home here, nor do we need
a cyclone cellar to run to every
time a cloud comes up. Old Mor
row County is good enough for
anybody, old Morrow County is
good enough for me.
PIANO FOR SALE
IN 10NE VICIMIY
Quality piano, a bargain Pay
$10. monthly. For particular!
address Hcndrick piano Broker
age Co. 121 South Madison St.
New BHfortment of birthday
cards at "DULLARD'S PHAR.
FOR SALE, one Dain stacker
with buck rakes, one John Deere
mower, one threchorscjohn Deere
engine, one two bottcin" Dccre
You can save money on any of
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
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"
EXTENT OF FLOOD
The total flooded urea of the
MiHKiHflippi Valley is estimated
at 15.000 pquare mileii, according
to an oral statemfnt by Dr. II. C
Fra.ikenfield, in charge of the
River and Flood DiviHion, Weath
CARD OF THANKS
We wihh to thank our friends
for their sympathy and helpful
ness in the sickne?s and death of
Willard G. Farrens
Mrs. Laura Ward
Ernest L Farrens
Walter II. Farrens
Glenn A. Farrens
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Young
HAND POWER WELL BORER
M0 Steel Handpower Stumpullers
$U0 each; HorHepower, $7I; Auto
matic Gates; Hand Well Borers;
The Ducreat Mfg. Co.
Ill, Third Ave., Rent on, Wash.
I Bargains In Household 1
1 Spray Pump & Hose $5.00
t 1 Eiglit day clock
I and shelf 3.00
j 1 Stone Churn, J gal. 1.00
1 Phone, nearly new 10.00
7th and 8th Crade
? School Books
I If interested, see Mrs. J.
I Dry son.
J . .
TO HOLDERS OF
SECOND LIBERTY LOAN BONDS
EXCHANGE OfTEHING OF NEW
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A. W. MELLON,
Secretary ol tin Treasury.
Withlncton, M.y 31, 1927.
A "Harris" Combine
X Will U'nrL- lcr fin.. f
$J. P. OMcara - - - Agcntf
lone, Oregon t
Mr, and Mrs. Martin Bauren
feind returned Tucaay, from
"The Valley", where they spent
a Khort time viHitinir relatives.
ma, ann Mrs. v. u. Kiy were
dolnif busineKB in Heppner, Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crowell
spent Tuesday In Heppner.
Mrs. A. F. I'almateer aud chil
dren left Sunday, for" "The Val
ley", to spend some time visitinjr.
Mrs. John Krebs and Mrs. Geoi
Krebs and children were calling
on Mrs. L. Funk, Thursday after
II. O. Ely was attending court
in Heppner, Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Zoe Baurenfeind took the
teachers examinations in Hepp
ner, Wednesday and Thursday.
Morgan was visited by 1.28 in.
of rain, Wednesday.
One bay horse about six years
old with four white feet and a
barX brand. The animal will be
releascn to owner on payment ol
pasturage bill and the cost of this
By Margaret Tcnsbnll
". . . u hilf the per
fumed light stole
through the mists of
IJERE is real ro-
romance in a
modem setting. A
story of whimsical,
lovable folk of old
love and new love
in a little town in
then of Venice with
her drowsy, sunny la
Roonsandthcmagicof 1 .cr blue-black nights.
New Set hi for Readers
If you need a good
We have a good
at prices that will surprise you.
FRIDAY, June 17, 1927
AIRCRAFT MILE ACE
American aircraft, including
(both civil and military, recorded-
ed a milage during 1020 of nearly
50,000,000 milts, nearly half of
which may b credited to civil
and commercial planes, the As
sistant Secretary of Commerce,
William J. Mc Craeken, Jr. an
THE JOHN HUGHES RANCH
situated on Willow creek, four
miles northwest of Heppner, the
County Seat ol Morrow County,
Oregon. Consisting of 70 aeres of
Alfalfa Land, 483 acres of Wheat
Land, 1205 acres of Grazing Ladd.
All under good Jfence. Both the
O. It W. Railroad and uhe Oregon
Washington Highway pats thru'
the ranch close to the home place.
Good large barn and numerous
outhouxes. Water right is of re
cord. High school at Heppner and
district school thre quarters of a
mile from the ranch house. '
Address ARTHUR SMITH, Trus
tee, Heppner, Oregon.
Here aie a few of the pictures"
we have contracted for 1927.
June 4th. Danger Girl
June 11th. Isle of Retribution
June 18th. Arizona Sweepstake
June 25th. Red Dice
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compels us to. Dont
(nUu a single number of this con
ract. American Legion
la R. ROuISON l
I I have on hand at
good supply of
1J in. in diameter p
Jand any length up M
Uto twenty feet. hi
MACHINE SHOP M
Mcon't FuV.nctt Brief
Tl.c full liim.il, iistriii.iti ;ill.v il"
llni'il, iM i iir wlii'li tli Iiiiiultiltlr of Hie
iniHin rlirfiT" l.y exactly 1MI decree
from that of the film. tlilx cm)
itltlon In iiiiiineiitiii'y, (lie iikkiii U full
fw in instil nt only.
Wagon j j;
stock on hand i
s::ci up to R
Miss E-ither Lund and Mr. Her
bert Denison who have been vis
iting at the Earle Murray ranch,
returned, Sunday, to their home
in Freewater. They were accom.
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mur
rap and daughter, Faye.
Elmer Griffith was in Heppner
Monday, atteuding court.
Mr. and Mrs. Berner Reece
and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Hole-1
man came over from Yakima, to
get Marjorie Holeman who has
beeen visiting her grandparents,
Mr, and Mrs John Cochran.
They left, Wednesday, for Port
land and the Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Betzley and
boys, of Idaho, came, Monday, to
visit with Mrs Beezley's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L P. Davidson.
Mr. Beezley returned to Idaho,
Wednesday, but' Mrs. Betzley
will remain indefiditely.
SeeJ'atil G. Balsigr for Holt,
ffarris and Best harvester repairs
fur the season.
H. C. Wood went to Weston
and b'ck, Wednerday.
Nolan Page left, Wednesday
night, for Camp Lewis.
H. C. Wood left, Thuisday.fot
Pe!en Balsiger came home,
Monday, from Seattle where ahe
has been in attendance at the U.
Hee F. H. Robinson for all kinds
of fire, automobile and grain in
surar.ee. Mr. and Mrs. Lrnesr Farrens
were lone callers, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Beck and
children, formerly of lone, but
now of Pilot Rock, passed thro'
lone, Monday, on their way to
to the annual pioneer picnic in
in their home town, Bickleton,
Floyd O. Grabill, who has been
, i attending O. A. C. all the year,
came home Friday.
Comunity Silver for that June
Wedding. Bullards Pharmacy
Nulan Page cam home, Satur
day end spent a few days with
the la, me folks before going to
Great Weed Crop
You will have weeds to fitfht on vour
ttary Rod Weeder is one to get them.
J and a good supply
If you do not own
:get one. If you have
Mr, and Mr. Louis Balsiger,
Elva and Wendell returned Vom
"The Valley", Saturday morning.
Miss Fern Engelman left Wed
nsday night for Portland, where
she will visit with her lister,
Mrs. Esper Hanson and take In
the Rose Festival.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Linn return
ed, Monday from Vernonia.
F. H. Robinson left, Monday,
Hillside TypeCombine Harvester.
Paul G. Balsiger, Agt, lone, Or.
Gene Engelman and George
Ritchie Jr. left, Wednesday night
for Vancouver, Washington. They
will be guests of the U. S. at the
Citizens Training Camp. Mail ad
dressed to the Hostess House, C.
M. T. C. will reach them.
Mr. Al Zink, who has been
visiting his daughter, Mrs, Ern
est Heliker. has gone tn Portland
for a short stay. He will return
Emil Swanson and fanily left,
Sundry, for Salem, to visit their
daughter, Mrs. Elmo McMillan.
Mr. Swanson returned Wednes
day. IONE GIRL MARRIED
The marriage of Miss Ina Mor
gan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. R. Morgan of lone, and Perry
Bartlemay of Gilliam County,
look place at the parsonage of
the First Christian Church in Pen
dleton on Tuesday, June 7. Rev.
Guy L. L Drill, performing the
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlemay will
live in The Dalles where Mr Bar
tlemay is road master for the O.-
W. R. & N.
Eighth Grade diplomas have
been received, by the following
named pupils District No. 35:
Eldon Cool, Warren Cool, Veda
Eubanks, Dorr Mason, Harry Med
lock, Emerald Pad berg. Ruby
Padberg, Geneva Pettyjohn, El-
School election next Monday I
Come on voters, its your party.
The total numder of pupils re
ceding Eighth Grade Diplo'nas
in Morrow County, last Week, was
the well known Ro-f
a Rotary Weeder!
one repair it now.!
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