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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1927)
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' VOLUME XVI
10NE, OREGON, FRIDAY, July 7, 1927
SETS MINIMUM SCALE
At meeting of farmer! held
at Lexington on the 1st of July,
the following schedule wan adopt
ed as a minimum wave scale for
transient labor in Morrow Coun
ty for the coming seraon.
Sack Sewers $4 00
- 6 00
S iperator Tenders .
Coks up to ten men
Assistant cook a ...
Water Buck and Roustabout 3.00
Sack Jig 3 60
Bulk Drive. a 3 00
Picking up Sack i 4 00
Derrick drivers '2.00
Box Drivers with Nets 2.50
Box Driven without nets ... 3 00
Loaders . 3 50
Sack Sewers... 4 00
Header Punchers ........ 4 00
Cooks up to ten men ...
An unusual feature connected
with the tobacco industry in the
'United Stai is that the Govern
ment derives a greater revenje
from thd manufactured pro luct
than the growers receive gor the
crop. The farm value of tobacco
in 1025 was $231. 253.000; the tax
$ collrted in 1923 on maftufactur
tobacco amounted to $3 15,2 17,
Paul C. Bal<fer, Agent.
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
Fine large LOGAN BERRIES,
$2.25 a crate delivered at your
station. Send check or M. O. with
order, or will send C O. D. ship
ments. J, Dauda,
Kodak as you go
All roads lead to pictures $ooJ 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 Kodak and it
will only take a minute or two to prove it.
Autographic Kodaks $5 up
Brownies f 2 up Kodak Film for every
camera and quality finishing. If you've
been looking for service you'll
find it here.
The Kodak Store
J. R, NUNAMAKER DIES
J, R. Nunamaker, u It ailing or
chardist of Hood River and a for
mer resident of Morrow county,
d suddenly on Tuesday. His
death who caused by an attack of
heart failure that occured while
he was driving hia car.
Mr. Nunemaker has been a res
I lent of the Hood IilvrvalUy
for about 15 years and was the
owner of one of the finert prop.
ertles tn the valley. Prior to itO'
Hood River, he was engaged in
farming on a large scale in Mor
row county, first in wheat rais
lng and then in the sheep busi
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
One 3J in. wagon with 100 bu.
One 2nd hand ForJ Motor and
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Mirror Made Trouble
To the liars vehlta of South Africa
there Hiiitmtl one tlwy a traveler,
who iMiKMKM-tl many treanurea the uld
runner hail never aeen before. Atuoui
litem wua a nilrnir.
"Where ill'l )'U get llmir Baked lh
fHrim r, aa lie Kre1 Into II ; "Hint pic
Hire of my father?"
The traveler ill'l not expliiln, bill
I! me ll I ' him a antivenlr, ml ti
hiTHiiie hi mini rlierlnheit MMaeaaliiii
KviTy iliiy ' looked at bin "father!
ili'tur." ml kept II carefully locker
up, allowing It lo no one.
Hut there rame a itajr when he left
lila keya behind, and hli wife, win
IimiI lone wondered whnt It waa hi
kt pt 'i rnrefully, Marled ruimmiln
mill found I lie mirror.
"dh," lite murmured, aha (iixrd
lino It, "wi thal'a the cut he's after,
la II r
IIANU POWr R WELL BORER
5)0 Steel Handpower Stumpulleis
j $30 each; Horsepower, $7P; Autr-
matic Gates; Hand Well Borers;
The Querent Mfg. Co.
111. Third Ave., Renton, Waah.
X A "Harris" Combine
W ill Work Just Fine.
1J. P. OMeara - - -
Divid Ely, of Ertacads. came
to Morgan, Sunday to work dur
ing the harvest season.
Mrs. George Mahoney was the
dinner guest of Mrs. J. F. Hard
Mrs. Martin Baurenfeind ieturn
home, Wednesday, from Portland
Mr and Mrs. Noah Pettyjohn
and aona spent Sunday at the
cnal mines above Heppner.
Franklin Ely spent the week
end with hia wile at La Grande,
where she is atteng the Normal
Mr. and Mrs. H- O. Ely. and
daughter, Margaeet, and Mrs.
Farrensof lone were the dinner
guerts cf Mr. and Mrs. Martin
baurenfeind, Monday. The day
was a double anniversary that ot
the Nation and Mrs, Baurenfeind.
Mr. Crowell had the misfortune
to lose five of of his best milch
cows, the past week.
Those who spent the week end
at Paraer's Mill were the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan
and family, Mr. rnd Mrs. Cool,
Rood and Deane Ekloerry and
Edith and Eiven Ely.
Paul C. Balsitfer, Agent.
r"otirth of July In Vlvkahurg, Ml,
la tnueh the iiiiiik a any other diiy
It la the only city la the lulled
Slate which does not celebrate Ihv
Kuunb, aa It waa on Hint day thnl tin
city fell to the t'n I on Iruopn d'irlpr
Ilia Civil war. Detroit Newa.
THE JOHN HUGHES RANCH
situated on Willow creek, four
miles northwest of Heppner, the
t'ounty Seat of Morrow County,
Oregon. Consisting of 70 acrea of
Alfalfa Land, 485 acrea of Wheal
Land, 1205 acresof Grazing L nl.
411 tinder good fence. Both the
O. W. Railroad and uhe Oregon
Washington Highway pai-8 thru'
the rancl close to the home place.
Good large barn and numerous
outhcuifcs. Water right is of re-j
eord. High school at Heppner and j
district achool thre quarters of a j
mile from the ninth house. j
Address ARTHUR SMITH. Trusj
tee, Heppner, Oreon. j
One bay horse about six years
ol 1 with four white feet and a
bar X brand. The animal will be
released to owner on payment of
pasturage bill and the cost of this
If you need a good i
We have a good stock on hand
at prices that will surprise you.
, Mr, Hugh Murray and daugh
ter Mildrer?, accompanied by Mis
Gene Toner of Frewater, have
bdi-ii viiiting at the Mnrray ranch
SuptandMrs J. Clifton Tucker
are happy in the arrival of a son,
J Clifton Jr., on June 2'i.
There was a pretty general ex
odus of loniana on the 4th.
The regular meeting on Tues-
acjourned for want of a quorum.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moen, of
MjcMinville spent the 3rd and 4 At
wiuh Mrs. Moen's grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Low. "
The Dorcas Society will serve
ice cretim and cake at the church
par'ors, next Thursdry afternoon,
In the cause of the State of Or
efcon va Roy Olegachlager, alrgcd
liquor low violator, set for July 8,
action wrs continued to July 26,
at 1:30 p. 01.
Two arrests were wade by the
local tralic cop for driving with
jut a lieenfe on Friday. At the
h taring before ludge Robinson,
1 plea of guilty waa entered in
one case and notguilty in theoth
Here ate u4ew ol the pictures
we have contracted for 11)27.
July 9, Lone Hand Saunders
July 16 What Happened to Jonet
July 23- Braveheart.
July 30 . Skinner's Dress Suit
; Cut this out and keep it fot
future reference. We will onlj
raise prires when the .rice 0.
program compels us to. Doni
ni-ts a single n amber of this con
.act. American Lfgion
itland Found by Dutch
Tasmania, the large luluiid near
Australia, waa discovered Id 1(MS by
a Dill eh navigator named Taainao.
ITc named the IkIuiiU Vau Women
Land after the Dutch governor of
Java at tb time. Later the lataod
received tli nam of th dlacovaw,
I. R. ROblbUN
I have bought aj y,
MODEL 2 C
to wreck for its t
Can furnish yout
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f PI U
MACHINE SHOP P
t - t a
Wagon j I
& Johnson i
A pretty home wedding was
celebrated Sunday afternoon
when Edmond Bristow and Mary
Grabill, Rev. W, W. Head of the
Congregational Church, officiat
in. The service waa read at the
home of the bride's parent?, Mr.
an1 Mrs. Thomas Grabill, in the
preseuce of the close relatives of
the bride and groom. Mr. David
ILrd acted as text man and Uht
Lucile Brisrom as bridesmaid.
After the ceremony a collation)
was served at the Bristow home,
Utica, N. Y. - A father and
seven of his sons conferred the
Mrster Mason Degree on the 8th
at a recent , communication of
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Opti
dalCo., No. 301 Salmon Street.
Portland. Oregon. EYE SIGHT
SPECIALISTS, will be in1 lone,
Ore., all day and evening Satur
day, July lGth.'at the IoneHottl.
SEE HIM ABOUT YOUR EYES.
D fficult Stage Port
Sliake.euie a diameter, Hamlet,
h l,.'t;'J line to ie;ik, the tireiitent
number of lluei of nny of hia i lmnic
lern. Some of the finrua modern
llaiuleta hiive hei-n .Sir Kirln' ltob
ertkua, K. II. tjotheru uii'i John Harry-
A good team of horses, Aeight
atoutl400 lb.,.heap for cash or
good note maturing this fall.
W. Windsor, lone, Oregon.
U THi CIRCUIT COURT OF STATE OF OREGON
FOR MUKKUW LUUWl I
In Hie mutter of the llijuiilt' tl.ui
Itntik of rni', lone. Or. Imulveut.
Notice Is Hereby Given that th Hon; Jas.
A'ger Fee, Judge of the aloe entitled court, has ordered
and authorized Frank C. Biamwell, Superintendent of
Biiiks ol the Stale of Orgtot. und in charge of the liquida
tion of the above entitled bark, to pay a dividend of 10
per cent upon the c'aims of all depositors as filed with the
srid Suptfintendeut -f Banks, ard that the said Dividend
will be paid by the said Frank C. Bramwell upon the expi
ration ot ten days from the date of the publication of this
,l0lice. DATE OF PUBLICATION, July 8, 1927.
Frank C. Bramwell, SuiK-rititennant of Banks,
ty L. XI. I'i'iir,"'-, irety. Nupt, of Hunk.
Mb 1 A rr
Great Weed Crop
You will have weeds to fight on your;
itary Rod Weeder
:and a good supply
If you do not own a Rotary Weeder
:get one. If you have
U.S. A. SIGNAL SCHOOL
IN GRADUATING CLASS
E. D. Bonner Now U. S. A
Port Monmouth, N. J.
E. D. Bonner, son of David
Bonner, formerly of lone, was
One of a class of 58 students who
grapuated from the U. S. Signal
School, Radio Elt ctricians' Course
here to day and received a diplo
ma from the hands of Lt. Col. G.
E. Kumpe, S. C, Commandant.
Bonner and his classmates pur
sued a nine months course of in
tensive study embracing the en
tire fiell of electricity as applied
to radio maintenar.ee and opera
tion, As n result of their comple
tion of the course they are quaU
fied not only as operators of all
standard army sets hut as gener
al repair men and constructors of
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The cause of human progress
is our cause, the enfranchisement
of human thought is oursuqreme
wish, toe freedom of human con
science our mission, and trie guar
antee of equal rights to all people
everywhere the end of our con
tention. 0. K. W. B.
The wheat harvest has begun
on the north side and will be In
fu l swing next week.
11 1 iv I
the well known Ro
is one to get them.
of repairs. &
one repair it now.