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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1927)
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10NE. OREGON, FRIDAY, Aug .12, 1927
NOTK K OK IIONU RAI.K.
NOTICE IS HKHKHV (JIVKN tint
ha unilmnlxiiril will recelva aeuli'd
bid until Hit o'clock I'. M., tlx Tth
liny of September, lUii7, and Imtne
rtiHtoly thereafter tin bias received
will be publicly opened ly the Coun
ty Ceurt, it the County Court Koom
In the Courthouae In lluppner, Ore
nun, for th purch of on Imu of
bond of Morrow County, for the con
atructlon of permanent romU there
In In the turn of una hundred twinty
thounand dollare UIM.OOO), anld
bond to k In denominatlone of It.
000 tch, numbered t to 120, Inclu
Ive, to bear dale of Heptember 1,
im, and to mature aerially In nu
merical order et the ret of ffl,000 on
Hi ftrit dny of September In each of
In year 1U.1X to ll"2, Inclusive, the
Amt maturing 7,ooo tr vnl'ua rf
eeld bonda to bear Interval at 4 8 4
per annum and tha laet malurlng
142,000 par valua of anld bonda to
' War Intereet at tha rut or 4Si per
annum, payable aamlannunlly on tli
fliit daya of March and Bi-ptember,
pilnclpal and InUreat pHyalila In fold
coin at tha office of tha County Treae
urtr la Hepener, Oregon, or at tha
final ap-rncy of tha Stato of Oregon
1.1 Ni-w Yoik City.
All blda raiut ba unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check for
Tha court reaervea tha right to re
ject any and all blda.
Tha approving legal opinion of
Meaara. Taal, Wlnfre. McCulloch
Hnuler will ba furnlahcd tha aurceaa
f vil bidder.
CAY M. ANOKRSON,
County Clark, llcppner, Oregon.
P. G HalttiiiPr has added two
more cam to hit lint of offering
In Super-Six Hudsoni. See Kl ad
vertisement on tag? 4.
PIANO MUST BE SOLI)
Wil sacrifice fine piano in atnr
one near litre. Will give easy
termi to a reaponaible person.
Fff full particular and where
piano can beteen, uddrens Port
land Muaie Co.. 277. Clh St..
Only ti eh t noiuir j aa-n
Miiiim your ukii V.itv iIkm) a ntllll
liilllliiiiulrv, ninl n.-wapniM.,- tn.ni lu.
fiii-ti!alii' ni-na am IT in n numIItoIi' of
iun'n nili- ii n nrilrly ruiiivrtiili
hint. Mix iiii.r HililUlii"l Iil.i urlMr
Mini five) of llifin lli mil. I Mm1 nf thr
flit) evrotn thr- mrrt'-iMiinU'iil lila rtn
oil, aiiylmc "The mini na iihmcI)
rich; Hint una ill I lure wna to) Ilia
A "Harris" Combine t
I Will Work Just Fine. I
f J. V. O'Mcara - - - Atfcntt
Kodak on the Farm
Nowhere is there such an ahumlance of pic
ture material as on the farm snapshot of the
family, visitors, stock, crops and buildings, for
example, arc enough to keep a Kixlak busy
vTherc ought to be a Kmlak on
your farm stop at thisstore
and we'll help you select one.
Kodaks are from $5 up
The Kodak Store
ADDITION Al. LOCAL (
Fireof undetermined orluiri got!
Intotheryefituhbleon the French
llurrouBha ranch, Wednenoay
evening, burn-fd over about an
acre of stubble and damaged
mime twenty odd aacka of rye be
fore it wan extinguiahed. Only
lively work on the part of the
harveHt crew asaiHted at the lH
by volunteer fighters from lnnJ.
out of the weeat stubble and a
way from the aepurator and sack
Faank Engelman has been quite
ill lor the last ten daya and is now
confined to hiH room.
At Paul G. Balsigcr's
Combined Fannin Mill and
Wheat Irealtr li'Rlust grade
Copper Carbonate for .wheat treat
, A truck driver who was haul
ing wheat for Robart Smith, had
th miHfortune to loan control ol
liin truck while com in if down the
Gooaeberry tirade, Thursday. The
loade l truck overturned near the
former rock crunher location.
Anide from a broken wheel the
truck waa not badly damaged.
Monty in Writing
TIhti- In iimii'y 'n w rit Ins, null
an pi-tl'lf. H "'I !- mi
Si'iirri'iia nr' 1 1 1 In wlM'iil
writ.-. Wall Jtlni'i Jmirniil.
NOTICF, OF SALE OF ANIMAL
NotlfH la Iiiti'Ii.v hyvi tlmt iumil
nut to tin-atntut. a of tin- State ot
Orvifiin, In aiii-li riii-H iiiitilc it ml pn
lili'd, thr iimiI. rlulii'i It raw tukili iii
tli I ,'ivlinillrr di-nrrllii'il rMtrNynul
iiiiilfiiiiinl riiniiliiK lit lariji' ti ii in;
in-lulw-a. I W III, nil Hnliiriliiv, Ann
S7. I'J'.'T. at ilia- lniiir of 2 IH) u'cliM'k
i. in. of itiilil tiny, wll nt nilillc nuo
tli hi to the lilylii-Kt liMili-r turi'iiNh
llu fnlloM lntf iUwrllM-il iitiliiinl. tu
wit: in buy nuijillo Imrw, fii4lil
iliiiul 1M) iiiiunl, with four 1 1 1 1
livt, white fwt, wlillc fiol nil fm
Hint I'xiiiti atoul liriiml on li lt, alimil
Siild anlf will Ik hi-lil nt my mm Ii
H mllifi hiiiii liwi-at I linn-, unii'Hn
,ilil iiiiIiiiiiI ahiall 9 ri-ilii'llli-i l.y I In'
owner Ihen-of prior tonnlil iil.
1 Kurt Itlnkiv
Minn Flora HubiiiHon. of Port
land, its vbtitiiij? Mrs. J. A Troed
Walttsr IKon, of Dallus, re
turned, Friday, to work for K.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueane Knel
man, of lone, were in Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Morey, of
Spokane were viHitinjj Mr, and
Mrs. J. F. Hardenty. Sunday.
Mra. Laxton Mc Murray, son,
Nolan, and mother. Mrs. C. A.
Low, of lone, were visiting Mr
U I'j. Harbison, Sunday.
Miss Thelma Morgan and Hob
..owe attendt-d the dance at Ilepp
ner, baluruay num.
Rood Fkleberry spent Sunday
at his home.
Mrs. Ista Baurenfcind spent
Monday with Mr. Minnie Kly.
' Cpimntir tof oiIim!
- I.iw.iJ Irmn
O.fK- ynif w ef m
22 dcpartir.: U ot the Collefe ot
Literature, bciente ind the Arts
A-iJ m Iht Schools of
Architetture and Allied Arts
Uuaincs!! Adminialrntion Educa
tiim Journa!im Graduate Study
- Law -Mrdkine Muak PriyaJ
nit EJutatlon So-iolurr-SoeiaJ
'ork LiUmaion Divuwun.
C( fl. - Vm Op c Sipifubcr 36. IW7
fur infw-nwfion tor rvtak jtm nfnu
JV f.Jirtmr. Unn'trMf
J- . If-. ..j rtlmt I'r. J
THESE SUMMER DAYS
I wish I wa a rook,
Atettin on the hill.
A loin not'iin'
All day long
B it j nt a settin still.
I wouldn't sleep;
I wouldn't eat;
I w ouldn't even wah;
I'd just set still
A thosand years
And rest myself
Our New Fall
men's suit and overcoat sampks are
i here and thev are
Brisfcow Johnson j
VEST SUPPLIES. WE TRY TO !
An extension to the Jordan
Elevator loading platform is be
injf built this week. The dimen
sion are 44 x CO feet,
A heavier locomotive has been
plwcd in the service on the Hepi;-
ner branch of the U. 1'. in order
to 'care for the heavy outbound
Superior Drills. The name tells
tlrt ntory. V. (1 Ralfeijjer.
1ru K1 Infun uhn naa ril
ed awiy last Friday by the death
,.f t,,,.. u.... !.. It ... V..!r,u I'I.bu
has relumed tnd is now mirsir jf
Mi , hinily Mc Munay w hot'e ill
neds was reported last week.
Take a louk at the blanket dis
pity in Bert Maon a show win-
Jo v. You may find a valuable tip
lor the approaching season whi n
tin- good old summer time is no
Nolan Page arrived in lone
Hit week and was imiiiediulel)
i.r!,fted forhafveht bet vice on the
11. Turner ranch.
Alfred Baisigercame home on
i ill. i Wednesday morning irain.
j '.I-.- has been in the empioy of the
j .'n-rce Arrow Corpuraiio.i at Se-
al.le since school tlosfd buie lat
j Cliarlie Ailenger is kept bij
i ii se days building gram bcOr
j i'o. trucks.
ilereate a few ol the picture
e have contracted for I'J'Si.
ivT) 9. lxne Hand Sauit ler
luly 16 What Happened to Jonet
lu y 23 Braveheart.
lii y u0 ; Skinner's Dress Suit
Out this out and keep it foi
uuire reference. We will only
uise prices when the price ol
irognim compels us to. Dont
nits a single number of this con-rti-t.
a- lit iiv wiv i
by some one win j
t thoroughly un ier i
..stands it. la
i ... :
K We have on j ci J fl
Jlhe strongest mxi J g
Jtitt rcchargcrs r! t n G
0si!lc to procure U
U MACHSN- SHOP Q
and Winter Line of
mighty nice. Better t
Horn, Tuesday, August 9, tf
Mr. and Mr. Cecil Sarjrei.t at
th'f home of Mrs Fred Ritchie, a
pour.d boy. Mother and chi! I
MiHS Dorris Gunzd is viitin;:
with Mrs. Peterson this week.
See t'ristow and Johr 'n for
th it new suit or overcoat. Nifly
paterns, Kuaranteed fit an I a
price that's right. Sampks row
A car load of wood was rec-tiv-
d by the Turn a-Lum Company,
delivered to local
I1 - "" unicia V) nic auuc "ij
ll.O. Fly, of Morion, was a
!)i:sirii FS visitor in lone, Thurs
day after noon. Mr. E:y 8avsllii;t
his harvest will be omp'it.d in
about a week and that the Riain
yields have been qnite good.
if you use a Remintton Porta
ble Tjpewriter jou wiil not htve
any trouble in reading "jour
Mrs. R. F. Wimiot. a former
reiUfciit of lone but row making
her horiK- in Portland is vuhit.f;
witn ftietios here thin wetk. Ehe
arrived in lone, litst TueBdcy and
will return t-j Poitland some day
The Balfour-Guthrie grain of
tee is located on Main strei-t,
lone, just in-low the 1'idrphoneoi
.ice. Up-n every day :id ail
lay. Phone Ko. 52. Louis
A strong wi-st wind loaded
i h Cascade mountum.-muke t d
Jorro County soil vist d us!
Ills week. - ' j
. Mr. and Mrs. G irdor. Johnion, j
: Ajstin. Texas are gue-t oi !
n. Ida Peterson this wctk.
Paul G. Ba!si4cr. Agent.
MAY MERGE j
Dale Rhea, who wt-nt to Sc'im!
it vsiek to attend tiie !u:.e;al
t Ins brother, Vclnty Rlua. has
Grest Vi'esd Crop
You wiil hiivc weeds to fijjht on your I
Jtary Rod Weeder is ons to get them.
Rod W eeder
t and a good supply
If you do not own a Rotary Weeder!
Iget one. If you havxi one repair it. now.f
The P, G. Balsiger home was
thij Beetle of an unusual social
gatherinK, last I riday, when the
the birthday anniv'irsariea of
Mrs. Mary Young, Mrs. Alite
Keller and Mrs. B. A. Ritchie
were celebrated together. Thurs
day was the anniversary ot Mrs.
Young's birthday and Saturday,
that of Mrs. Ritchie and Mrs.
'1 '" present were Mesdames
.T .... V'...t, J . t.f, v a PUnkiA
liai; luunjf, um uoia xwitumr,
Alice Keller, Ida Peterton, Ellen
iiieth, ChristiriaTroe-.'son, Lillian
iiu!sier, Lydia Balsigerand Miss
Helen Balaiger. '
After some time spent in mu
ttinl felicitations and general con
versation refreshnsentswert seiv
ed in the dining rco'. The ser
vice wt.j arraoned for three
ub.ebjone, at which the guests
of honor were seated, set for four,
it,d two with covers laid for two
each. The tables were decorated
wi'.h cilored streamers and cut
After the refreshment hour,
he company adjourned to the
lawn for the last bright period of
1 1 tippy occasion.
t; T'-cuccnds of
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