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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, June 24, 1927
ELECTION QUIET WITH
The Annua School Election in
Dint. No. 35, lone, pasted xuietly
The Minutes of the lert meeting
were read and approved without
correction. The financial state
ment was read and approved at
read. The Statement ahowed that
expenditurei had been kept with
in the Budget limit and question
from the floor developed the
fact that the uncollected taxei
would more than balance the float
The financial atatement waaas
Cash on hand at the beginning
of the fiscal year $ 887.CS
Kec'd from Diet, tax 12.300 20
Kec'd from County
School Fund 1.042.10
Kec'd from State
Sthiol Fund t.. 2G8.80
Rec'd from Elementary
School Fund , 1.57.7G
For tuition for pupils
below high school.. .... 320 00
For tuition for pupils
in high school 1.215. CO
From taleot warrants 5,750.00
All other sources 36
fotaTZ37T 122.355 04
Warrants outstanding 6.215.00
Grand toUlLl $28.427.G6
Salary SupL $2,000.99
Salaries teachers, men 3,400.00
Salaiiea teachess women 6,120 00
Salary janitor 810.00
Supplies Used for in
Light and power
Repairs and improving
Repairing and replacing
Library books 68.61
Transportation of pupils 2,172.00
Lest by bank failure 1,051. (.4
Redemption of bonds and
sl ort term notes 9.042.58
Printipal and interest
on warrants 322.49
FOR SALE, one Daln stacker
with buck rakes, one John Deere
mower, one three horse John Deere
engine, one two bottom, Deere
. You can save money on any of
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"
In ten St on other 1
Indebttdnei.... 2. 202.15
Equipment of buildings
and grounds 216.57
Paid forother pnrporeg 294.44
Cash on hand 11.79
Bonds outstanding $39,000.00
Warrants outstanding 10,715 00
Average monthly salary
paid male teachers $200.00
Average monthly salary
paid female teachers $136.00
Amt. of special tax $15,116.31
Con tin lied on (must, Col. i'.J
THE BLACK HILLS AND
Summer White House
"The Summer White HouBe"
in the Custer State Park in the
Black Hills of South Dak., where
President Coolidge will spend
the summer months, adjoins the
Black Hills National Forest and
and the Harney National Forest,
which, are not only rich in Indian
lore and pioneer historic interest
but furnishes one of the earliest
examples of forest management
in the United States, The Presi
dent will therefore have the op
portunity both of enjoying the
hospitality of the State of South
Dakota and of making himself
at home on a million-acre feder
al forest tstate.
HAND POWER WELL BORER
500 Steel Handpower Stumpullers
$30 each; Horsepower, $75; Auto
matic Catet; Hand Well Borert;
The Ducrest Mfg. Co.
Ill, Third Ave., Renton, Wash.
Bargains In Household J
1 Spray Pump & Hose $5.00
1 Eight day clock
and shelf 3.00
1 Stone Churn, i gal. 1.00
1 Phone, nearly new 10.00
7th and 8th Grade
If interested, see Mrs. J.
! A "Harris" Combine f
Will Work Just Fine. 1
J. P. OMeara - - - Agent
lone, Oregon J
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCor
mick spent Wednesday in lone.
Mr, and Mrs. George Mahooey
went to Condon last week and
returned with their four horses
which have been gone for tome
Mildred and Thelma Morgan
spent the last week visiting Edith
and Margaret Ely.
The Morgsn Sunday School
will close next Sunday for the
Velma and Frances Sharrard,
of "The Willows" were visiting
in Morgsn, Sunday.
Geneva Pettyjohn returned to
to Johnny McDevitt's, Sunday,
after spending a week at home,
franklin and Llvin bly are
helping Jack Hynd with his bay
The school election at Morgan
resulted in the re-election of Mar
tin Baurenfeind as director and
Mrs R, E Harbison as clerk. '
The proposal to provide trans
portation for pupis was defeated.
Hillside TypeCombine liaivester-
Paul G. Balsiger, Agt, lone, Or.
THE JOHN HUGHES RANCH
situated on Willow creek, four
miles northwest of Heppner, the
County Seat of Morrow County,
Oregon. Consisting of 70 acres of
Alfalfa Land, 485 acres of Wheat
Land, 1205 acres of Grazing Ladd.
All under good fence. Both the
O. k W. Railroad and uhe Oregon
Washington Highway pas thru'
the ranch close to the home place.
Good large barn and numerous
outhouses. Water right ia of re
cord. High school at Heppner an J
district school thre quarters of a
mile from the ranch house.
Address ARTHUR SMITH, Trus
Ue, Heppner, Oregon.
Veitf Way to Hunt Rabbit$
A Krunklin (X. II.) man ha a
unique method f cutchlng rabbltA.
The night before he In ready to catch
Ih animal lie Kprlnkles red pepiT
on rxk placed Juki uiiUlde the rab
bit hole. When the rabbits come out
tlicy mi Iff the peiper and sueese vio
lently, thus striking their heads
against the rinks, which kills thetu.
One bay horse about six years
old with four white feet and a
bar X brand. The animal will be
releaser to owner on payment of
pasturage bill and the cost of this
1 If you need a good
Bn sto &Johso nf
We have a good stock on hand
at prices that will surprise you.
E. J. Bristow and family went
to Walla Walla thin week. They
will visit emong relatives and
friends while there.
See the O. E. S. notice of a
Social Meeting on June 28. You
will find it on page four.
Word has been receive of th?
safe arrival of the safe arrival of
the lone contingent at the Citi
zen s Military mining Camp
I. R. Robinpon has installed a
new, lorty ton nyorauiic press,
in his garage.
. If yju need a Combine Harvts:
er, there is nothing better than
the ;Advance-Rume!y. Frul G.
Balsiger is the local agent.
ANnmbersf lone Odd Fellows
went to Morgan Thursday even.
ing and visited the I. O. O. F.
lodge at that place. Of the party
were "Dad Griffin, T. C. Troge,
Lee Howell and J. E. Swanson.
Rnth Swanson has come home
from Monmouth where Bhe hat
been attending the summer ses
sions of the Slate Normal school.
Her studies were interrupted b
Meter receipts are now goo .
for cash at the office of the City
Paul Balsiger and family motor
Here are a few ol the picture)
we have contracted for 1927.
June 18th. Arizona Sweepstakes
June 25th. Red Dice
July 2, Eve's Leaves
July 9, Lone Hand Saunders
Cut this out and keep it foi
future reference. We wilt on I:
raise prices when the price oi
program compels us to, Dom
miss a single number of this con
ract, American Legion
I. R. ROBISON
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and STARTER? 3
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4riiit lie 1 lvrA
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jwoiK a speciany.j
ti MACHINE SHOP
ww arw r-
ei out to the Troy Bogard home
on Eight Milt. They were accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Zinter who were returning from
attendance on the State Grange
meeting at Corvallis.
Geeral election next Tuesday.
Dont forget it.
Mrs. M. Jordan has come home
Read the sale notice on the last
page of The Independent this
Judge. F. H. Robinson has re
turned to lone after a short stay
Mrs. Mary Young ia spsnding
a few days in the Paul O'Mera
home whie her son Frank Young
and family are at the ranch mak
ing ready for harvest.
Mr. Pedro of Cecil was a busi
ness visitor in lone on Wednes
day. Louis Balaiger has opened an
office on Main street, lone. Read
his advertisement in another col
umn. W. S Smith, who has been out
of the city for a time is with us a-
See Robinson for insurance.
The Ford Coupe taken by City
Maishai and held on a liquor
transportation charge has, we un
derstand. been listed for confis
cation and final action awaits the
next term of the Circuit Court
Two o'clock P. M., June 24,
and the office of the Recorde of
he City of lone have been set
as the time and place of hearing
of the acturl purveyor of the
I quor seized in the car.
Emer Griffith and Judge F.
H. Robinson made a business trip
to Echo, Thursday evening, re-
urning the same night.. They
report an extremely heavy rain
all inthe section passed over on
The man who savs nething at
he right time is a good talker.
"Whil TAere'a Life" "
Life In till old vale or teurt and
lauiriiter, eieclulljr the former, la
Hm-nurigtng In kuioe rajs and we
mve devoted twenty-five years, hnnd--unnlng,
to trying to cultivate nulll
lent tact to convince wife'a relative
n a nice vay that It wouldn't be con-
cnl. tit to have a vUlt from them at
he time mciitlomiL and look at ua
tow. Ohio State Journal.
Great Weed Crop
You will have weeds to fight on yourf
toy Rod Weeder is
land a fiood supply
If you do not own
get one. If you have
IONE RED CROSS FUND
LETTER OF K. C. OFFI
San Francisco. Cal.
June 14, 1927
Mrs. Bert Mason,
My dear Mrs. Mason:
This will acknow
ledge your letter of June 7th en
closing bank draft for $265.00,
contributions to the Mississippi
relief fund. We note that this
amount represents proceeds from
a dance given under the auspices
of the American Legion and var
ious Lodges of lone and Morgan.
We are very grateful to your com
munity for making possible this
generous sum to be applied to the
relief fund. Will you please ex
press to those responsible for
the entertainment, the apprecia
ation of the American Red Cross
As yout community ia within
the jurisdiction of the Morrow
County Chapter, we are credit
ing their quota with this amouut
and are so notifying them.
Tnanking you for your own
part in this great work, I am
Very sincerely yours,
R. E. Arne
Asst. Vice Chairman
American Red Cross.
MASONIC SCHOOL SHOES
" El Zapato Escolar'', a Masonic
organization in Cuba which dis
tributes shoes to poor children in
order to enable the to attend
school, has, since it was founded
in 1920, distributed more than
13,241 pairs of shoes costing over
S. R. N- B.
If you must kill time why not
try working it to death?
To be Blwayj Intending to lire a
new life but never to And time to aet
about it; this la aa it a tnnn ahould
unt off eating, and drinking, and
leeplng, from one day and night to
another until he la starved and de
the well known Ro-
one to get them.
of repairs. er
a Rotary Weeder J
one repair it now.t