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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1927)
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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, July 1, 1927
little Interest ,
shown by electors
Vole Negative on Most
Willi total registration of
327, the elector! of lone cast but
C2 vote at the special election
cn the 28ih. only three of the
12 measure curried.
The tabulated Htatmcnt of the
vote to lone precinct la as follows:
Portland Tax Lev
Vot. Reg. Amdt.
Co. Off. Sal.
City Co. Con.
The total unofficial abstract of
vates on the different measure
in the county aa given by the coun
ty clerk ii as follow:
Kupeal of Negro, Chinaman
and Mulato Suffrage Section of
or tee Constitution: Ye 8, 28U, No,
Portland School District Amend
tnhnt: Yea. 176. No, 19il.
Criminal Infui matiori Amenb
ment: Yea 193, No 131.
Legislators' i'ay Amendment:
Yes 117. No 321
Votera' Uegiatration Amendmeiid,
ment: Yfi235. No 191.
State and County Ufficera Salary'
Amendment: Yea 201. No 237. j
City and County Curmiidalion
Amendment: Yea It 9. No 252. I
Veterana' Memorial and Armo
ry Amendment: Yea ICO. No 280.
State Tax Limitation Amend-:
ment: Yea 82 No 32C.
Income Tax Bill: Yet. 217. No
Property Assessment and Tax
ation Enforcement Bill: Yea 128,
Neatucca Bay FUh Cloning Bill:
Yea 154. No 213.
Paul C. Balsigcr, Agent
Kodak as you go
AH roads lead to pictures good pictures if
there's a Kodak along.
Lunch by the roadside interesting views
along the way, informal portraits of the rest of
the party it's all easy with a Kod,ak and it
will only take a minute or two to prove it.
Autographic Kodaks $5 up
Brownies fl up Kodak Film for every
camera and quality finishing. If you've
. been looking for service you'll
find it here.
The Kodak Store
MORROW COUNTY REUNION
The usual gathering of former
Morrow county residents, aa well
aa all people from this county
who may he in Portlund at the
time, will te held on July 4, at
Lnurelhurst Park. The Decretory
announces a picnic dinner at 2
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
One 3J in. wagon with 100 bu.
One 2nd hand FurJ Motor and
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Won . LohI
Stormy Body of Wattr
Ruxlnn win the Hflrli-iit limn, for
l!m ItlKik 'H In imiitlierii IIikMh nit.
rmiiirrleil wllh the Jleilltirrntienn Ken
try tin. l.ilinni. Dip oca nf Mur
lnnrn ami I lie Illinium-lien. Rutin.
Croi-k word, 1114111m li.luiltul,li', mid
I lie wit wm miriilli-i Ih-oiiiko of It n
liTui'lieniui wrnlhrr ninl auddi-n oil 'J
The punning over from one rnr to
lh nel offrra i'rliiiil()r fur atiM-k
Inking or liivciiinryninklin In 1 1 ft
What Intermit In wrvlco lum my tlft
ylHrtrdt I.lf b'l-n riiiml'lereit by
tmiie one ii lining tiunliiinn under the
firm mum) of "Kmil A ('nmmny." Koul
la tl iu-nliir partner. Ilixljr Ii the
ananrlnt. Januurjr tlrut la the time to
net down the Income and (lit outgo nf
Hi character, to mushier how llfe'i
liUnlueKl pronpera; to determine
whether "Houl It Company" art rli-h
In (he rnln of henven or are farlni
moral Ineolvenc". Clieeainao A. Her
ri. HANI) POWtli WELL BORER
500 Steel Handpower StomDullera
H) each; Horsepower, $75; Auto
matic Gates; Hand Well Borers;
The Ducrest Mfg. Co.
111. Third Ave.. Renton, Wash.
A "Harris" Combine
Will Work lust Fine. I
U. P. O'Meara - - - Agent
(4. 4. ft
Mrs. II, E. Cool and son, Bill,
have been on the aick list the
Mr, S. Biik left for his home
at Salem, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan
were doing business in lone on
I Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Ely were
cslling in lone, Thursday.
Mrs. Earl Morgan is employed
at the Owight Misner ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCormic
entertained a number if their
friends at a dance, Saturday
night. About fifty were present.
Mrs. Willurd Farrens spent
Monday in Morgan.
One number on the program
of the American Legiou Conven
lion in La Ui ande, July 21,22, 23,
will be a public wedding, taking
place in front of tne grand stand
juht before the great fireworks
are net off, The principals are
Mr. Albert Lamb, a prominent
member of La Grande Post No.
43, and Mies Blanche Rice, a
member of the La Grande Legion
Hillside TypeCombine Haivester
Paul G. Balsiger, Ajit, lone, Or.
- FOR SALE
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
Lund, 1205 acres of Grazing Ln-t.
All under good fence. Both the
O. k W. Railroad and uhe Oregon
Washington Highway pat thru'
the ranch close to the home place.
Good large barn and numerous
outhouses. 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.
One bay horse about six years
old with four white feet and a
bar X brand. The animal will be
rclcasen to owner on payment of
pasturage bill and the cost of this
If you need a good
Bristow & Johsnon
We have a good
at prices that will surprise you.
b. a j.
f Owing to rush conditions pre
vailing at this season of the year
considerable rustling was neces
s'.ey to complete the Election
Hoard for the day shift. As final
ly constituted the members of
tne dav board were Paul Rietman,
M. R. Morgan, J. E Swancon. W
W. Hiad and Mrs. Etta Howell.
Messrs. P. J. Linn, P. G. Balsig-
err, Cleo Drake and Elmer Grifi
Mr, and Mrs P. G Balsiger
were piMerigers for Portland cn
on the Wednesnsy night IocjI.
Thev n turned I lurgday, driving
a lindi.jii sedan.
We wderstai.d that the Engl's
teacher of the lone high school
has resigced and th School
Bard are looking for some one
to take her place.
Cole Smith male a busiliesi.
trip to Heppner, Thursday. He
was chaperoned by Paefccher
FOR SALE! FOR SALE.
Fine large LOGAN BERRIES.
$2.25 a crate delivered at youi
station. (Send check or M. O. with
order, or will send C. O. D. ship
ments. J, Duuda,
Here are a few ot the picture;
we have contracted for 1927.
Jjne 18th.-Arizona Sweepstakes
June 2oth. Rod Dice
July 2, - Eve's Leaves
J'jly 9, Lone Hand Saunders
Cut this out and keep it foi
lUtore reference. We will onlj
raise prices when the price 0:
program compels us to. Dons
miss a single number of this con
ract. Am-ricau Legion
I. R. ROD1SON n
til . ti
necd in the way oft 31
j FORD PARTS a
" Jwe have it. Or can
gct it for you. fl
stock on hand 1 1
OHIO COUPLE VNT
Mr, John Riker and bride of
Colnmbiis, Ohio have been visit
ing at Saddle Butte Ranch with
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heliker,
Mr Riker mrde the acquaiut
anceof the Helikersin Florid?.
A-riving in Portland, this week
on their wedding trip, the young
ouple accepted an invitation from
Mr. and Mib. Heliker to visit
Morrow cmoty. Both were charm
ed and hope same time to return
to the Coast
Mr. RiKer is a railroad employ
ee. They boarded the train for
the return trip, at Arlington, on
The lone Bank dividend clucks
prepared last April are still a
witing the sanction of the Court.
W. E. Bullard and W. W. Head
made a short excursion through
the wheat fields on the north
side, they csmetack well pleased
with crop prospects.
The Cash balande of the lone
Ba'k is now a litle above $10,000.
Deputy State Supt. of Banks,
M. E. Dempsey has accepted the
Cashiership of a bank in Califoi
iiia and will bid farwell to Ion
in a short lime.
On Monday afternoon at the
residence os Mr. and Mrs Wm.
M. Ayers in Heppner, Georg
Carkhuff and Mrs. Amarda Jacl
ion, both of lone, were unitee it
narriHge, Squire Ayers ofticiat
"g The newly weds will con
inue to make their home at lone
FOR SALE, one Dain stackei
vith buck rakes, one John Deer
nower, one three horse John Deer
ngine, one two bottcm Deer
You can save money on any of
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Not Alwayt Heard
Vnrm-lrnce la n ulll, xinull voice,"
lotwl the kikmI tlmcon, "Xnt only
.' , a t , but aumt'tlmea It aeonif to liav
a Impediment In its pru7' ng
pasted the uurj'-DTte backslider.
Great Weed Crop
You will have weeds to fight on your;
ftary Rod Weeder is
land a good supply
If you do not own a Rotary Weeder::
get one. If you have one repair it now.;:
FIELD MEETINGS AT
MORROW CO. GRAIN
In order that the Farmers of
Morrow County may have an op
portunity of visiting the grain
nursery in their locdity, meet
ings have been scheduled by C.
W. Smith, County Agent, as fol
lows: Eight Mile nursery on Ho
mer Green farm, west of Eight
Mile store, July 9, at 2:15, P. M.
Farmer.s picnic in connection
with this at Fred Aker's Grove,
one half mile north of Eight
Mile store, at ten o'clock. Horse
shoe nournament. baskea dnner,
free lemonade and speoking pro
gram after which the nursery
will be visited. Come early bring
well filled basket and enjoy
Field meeting at Lexington
Nursery, July 10. at 2:00 P.M.
on Harry Duvali farm, about 3
miles north of Lexingtcn, on the
There are many hybrid wheats
growing in these nurseries, that
are high yielders, smut resistant
and stand up well. A represent,
tive from the Moro Experiment
Station will be present at both
meetings to discuss the merits of
each variety grown in the nursey
and to answer all tbt questions
that anyone may have regard
ing any wheat growu. Check
rows of wheat grown from smut
ted seed are growing in these
aurseries to show the smut re
sistanceof purple strawed turkey
known as Regal, that was dia
tritiutd for field tests in this
County last FalL
MASONIC INSTTTtn ION r
EDUCATES MANY BOYS.
The Royal Masonic Institution
if England is now enabling 1160
0 js to receive the benefits of
an education. Of these 400 are in
the Bushey school, 6U8 are edu
cated in other school until va
cancies occur, and 62 ex pubils
are receiving grants for further
advancement in life.
Don't forget to take plenty of
filmB along for that 4th of July
picnic. Bnllard'e Pharmacy.
the well known Ro-
one to get them.
of repairs. sr