VOLUME XVI IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Aug. 19, 1927 NUMBER 12 NOTICK OK MONO fUl.K. NOTICE 1H IIKKKIIY GIVEN that the uiiiloraliihoil will receive urnloil t-iil until 00 o'clock l, M., tin 7th tiny of September, IV'iT, and Imme diately thereafter tli bun received will ba publicly opened by the- Coun ty Court, lit the County Court Honm In the Courtliouo In lleppner, Or icon, fur Hit purchaa of mi leau of bund of Morrow County, fur th eon truollun of permanent made there in In tfia auin of una hundred twenty Ihounend dulliire ($U0,0(l(l), aald bunda to be In drnomlnullona of II, 000 each, numbered t to llil), Inclu alva, to brar dnt of September t, 11)27, and to mature aerially In nu merical order at th rule of $11,000 on th flnt day of September In each of th year In 1.1 to VJtil, Inclualve, Hi (lrt maturing I7H.000 par vnlu of a!d bonda to bear Interaat at 4 1-4 per annum and the laat maturing M2.000 par value of inlil bonda to bear Interaat at th rat of 4'i per annum, payable eemlannually on th II rut dayt of March and September, principal and Interaat payahl In gold ruin at the ufflc of th County Treaa urer In lleppner, (Irrgon, or at th It.ral ai"'u'y of tin .Slut of Oregon In New York I lly. All blda tnurl be unconditional and ueenmpanied by a certified check for 4&,(H0.00. The court reaervea the right to re ject any and all bida, Th approving legal opinion of M.iari. Teal, YYInfree, Mt-Cullufh Nnuler will be fumlahed the eucceaa f.l bidder. CAY M. ANDKUSON. County Clerk, llrppiier, Oregon, I Sea 1 1 I', G Kalttiuer him added two more can to bin list of offerings In Super-Six Hudsunn. S- e I, l ad vert incmi'Pt on i tiiff 4. PIANO MUST BE SOLI) Wi' sacrifice fine piano in stor age near here. Will Rive easy terms tot reiunible ptraun, Ym full paiticular and where piano can be neen. addrena Port land Music Co , 277. filh St., Portland, Ore. Cot$ Back fa OIJ Rome Vilruvlua wn nu nri'lilleet nf Ilnmt, ngugrdj In the prnrtli-e nf hi prnfe. linn a few jriira before the H-glnnltig nf the t'liri'li'iil em. He ulillHliei the lionk wlili li I, -sir lil i nmne ulmnt II. ('. 2.Y Vllruvlna iiienllnn lliut tliKirw nf (ink were milled with In.n nulla. Unit fliaira loiluy lire nullril . with atwl nit r wlrx cut nulla tliMiigli IV- aliln iiii:;tip knnun a Mil e m'r - i A Harris" Combine Will UWlf luct Vino XJ. P. O'Mcara - - - Agent I X lone, Oregon 1 a p j Lhvev:lHt4.J I Our Finishing Service On request we'll he glad to go over your Kodak pictures with you and offer helpful criticism and advice where needed. That's just an incidental feature of our up-to-date finishing department, where all work is properly and promptly done. Let us handle your developing, printing find enlarging orders. Bullard's Pharmacy The Kodak Store STATE AND FKU, ROADS State highway departments I UK t year nurfaccd a total of more than lll.dOO miles of earth roadi , In addition they rebuilt 5,828 miles of old surfaces. lG3,0fiU mile of the 287.1)28 miles of Fed oral and state roads are now sur faced. The Balfour-Guthrie grain of f ice la located on Main atreet, lone, just below the Telephone of f ice. Open every day and all day. Phone No. 52. Louie Bulhiger, Agent. Mr. and Mm. J. P. Louy are out of town thin week visiting friends and relatives in Port'and and Seattle. Famoug Trout Food A friMli-v. ntrr mIii Imp wlilrh la ended Liattiiiinriia l 1 1 1 r I 1 1 1 In tit leiiat one lake 111 (rcgmi. In the dellglil (if nlll- IiiIn. 'I'lila alirliiip Miil.ea nn excellent fiKol fur Irutil, it iil mi li Iron! will mm in tuleu or thrice ttielr (nllniil elite. Libnrla The repnlille f l.ilierln li la a inpn liillon iif iiIhiiiI 5.ihi,i.ki. nil ncgriM-K, nf nhiuii miirly '.tiiaal nre Afrn-Aiin-r li'niia. The elvlllieil Inliiililtiilila nuin her utiiitll !V MHO, live nenr the aat mid apeuk tin Kngllah limruiit". At Paul G. Halsigcr' . Combined Fanning Mill and Wheat Trtattr. Ill.trt grade Copper Carbonale for wheat treat inn. NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL Nnllev la hereby given Unit ptirii nut to Hie Hliiliile nl tlie Mute of OrcK'ill, In ellrll ciiaea lllllile mill pro tlibil, the UMilemlKlleil li'l lukell lip Hie I iTi-IiimIIiT iIi'mtIIhhI rwtrny mil imilfiiiiiiil riititiliiK nl In rye Umiii my renilaea. I III, (ill hllturiliiy, Aug., i', IX'i, lit Die hour (if :mx o'rl.n k P ".(' mild l'i-. Hell at pill, lie mir- Hon lo the liluhext lilcliler for enxh. the fiillnw Inu; ihwriU'il iitilnml, to vil: due liny enilille liorMC, w eljlil rtlintit lam iiiuuilri, with four phlte fii't, w hile feet, white apnt (in faee mid cii nip atuul liriiml on left nhonl iter Snlil anle will lie hell nt my run. h, X lilllea aolltliweet (if lulie, niileaa anlil iiiiIiiihI nluill In-reileetneil .y the owner thereof prior toanlij ante. Vitr llliike MORGAN ITEMS Cecil Sargent starter) combin bininR for A. 0 Jem, Thursday. John Krebs, of Cecil is haul intr wheat for Noth Pettyjohn. A. F. and W. F. Palm&tter, fihinhed hcadinu, Monday. Mr, and Mr. VVitcrafl. of Hepp ncr were chlliiijr on Mr, and Mrs. Harbison, Sunday, Eudora Hardesty Hpent Sunday with her paents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Balcomb, oflrrinon, were visiting friends in Morgan, Sunday. The Morgan warehoiiHO receiv ed five tacks of wheat from the 0. K. Lmdstrom ranch, weigh ing HOG pounds. Dr. C. C. Chick and Mihs Blanche liriistow, of Hood River, were calling at the II. 0. Ely home, Sunday. IIUDSON.LSSEX SUPER-SIX Paul C. Balsier, Agent. CRANCF, PA PLUS MAY MERGE Po'tcnoui Upat Tree Cpiia la the IniiiH' ulvcll til vurlom apei !ea nf Ireea fiiuud In .lava ui;il nl her IxLiikI nf the Kiiaiern an III peliin. Krn:u llieae Ireea oor.e .a nIm,ih,ii cum, um'(1 hy the Dutlve fur tlppiiiK their arrow . The Inlet of Hie deailly effect of tlili tree ou pliinu and niilinul to Hi Ticlnlty arc largely nclltluui. ,L0 SI B I J C'-ma le yovr vl.U Um.trHly for eulleral fdeoe and pvltmo-d Opperrieetp u otf,ral Ml 22 dcpartmrntu d the Colics of Literature. Scirnoe and ih Arte Arcliilecture and Allied Art butineu AJminlitrallon tiluca tion journalifm GrtJja! Stud Law Med nine MuK Phyei rul rducation SiKlolofjy Social i'ork I-ite-nk-n I)iviion. Cotlme Year Opetn Snrtdnbei 26. 1927 fur lnorr?,jttofl or fulalnf:" Writ Tr A-fittrar, Unitlvr,iie ef Orrfon, Lvjtnr, Ore. 1 1 if nlClwnUp"J Faint Upr .numi i TT"T i, SUITS TOP COATS i I Our New Fall and Winter Line of f t 1 men's suit and overcoat samples are here and they are come in and have for a new outfit. Bristow & Johnson j ! HEADQUARTERS FOR HAR- f VEST SUPPLIES. WE TRY TO f I PLEASE. ! LOCAL ITEMS Mr. pnl Mrs, David Koerini', of Seattle, arrived in line for a short visit with Mrs. Koerring's perenln. Mr. and Mrs. Paul G Ra!ni(rer. They came to lone from Crater Lake by way of Rend and The Dalles and were accompanied by Mr Koerong's Grandmother. whone home is in Indianapolis, Indiana. Thev lave for Portland and Seattle, Satur 'a? morninsr. Mr, rn Mrs. S. R, :4oore will soompanv thpm as us Aar a Portland where they pt.m toHp"nd some time viMHrtr with thiiir daughter, Mrs. Edene Hickok. R'v, VV. W ' Had went to Warrendale Saturday and enjoyed a three riav vinit with his oWst son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Head. The presence of Mrn. VV.. W. Head of Cathlamel arw! of Miss Mildred Head, of Port Mrs. E. J. Dristow and son Walter are in Walla Walia thir week. Fire broke out in the wheal fit 1 1 of C Hutchcroft at Morgan Vi-'dnesday forenotm and tiurneo I it ; r about six acres if standirn j vheat and a considerable mma i. if . bubble before it was put out. I The wheat was running about ; ll sacks to the acre. It U snppor ithat the lire wai started by a .arbon ?park from the sera'atoi The alarm whs sorend by tele pi. uiie and a large numb r m pO'ided but the grtater parttrriv en after the fire was out. . LEGION HALL THEATRE Hereaie a few of the picture ! have contracted for 1927. Aug 27 Chip of Flying L Cut this out and keep it foi future reference. We will onlj raise prices when the price ol program compels us to. Duiit win a single number of this con ract. American Legion lone Oregon ill ci oonicriW fc r Ul -1 ol why u listen to a poors e .. " toned, noisy radio g when you can have 7J oJa grebe!" America's best .e.t DAnin o d.x.xx&AAXj.4 PI m ftn-iiNr SHOP and mighty nice. Better -r your meaasure taken land made the occ ision something in the nature of a family reunion. Mr, Earl A. Brown, wife and on have returned from Mon mouth where they have been in attendanceon thesummersesiors of the State Normal School. The editor of this paper tried to qutiify for entrance in the Oregon Journal's Labor Day hike hut one heat on the Old Oregon Trail convinced him that he be longed in anotbar classification, H. C. Wood and family left for Eugene and fami'y lef t for Eugene last wi-ek. They travel by auto' ani shipped their household goo Is by tiuck. Mr. Weed plans to engage in tr e real estate bui m in the University city. Mr. EmilSwanson made a social ca'l at the home of Oscar Lundell on lower Willow Creek, wednis dty eveuing. M in Aiice Head h fpsnding i he Summer at Dee-She contem .llaies entering theState Normal Shool at Monmouth in September. Dr C. C. Chick, of Hood Kiver, war in Ioue for a short time early la-t eek. A numberof ourtcwi s. people avai'ed themreves of his' professional services. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc E ligott, Auuust 13. a daughj ter. Mother and child doing well. For super f xe'lersce in hsierv, ry Blue crane. At Bert Mason's. lf)ouu?ea Uemington Porta )!e Tj pewriter jou will not have ny trouble in reading "your own writing." Bullard's Pharmacy Best g.ade of Copper Carbon tte, far wheat treating, at Paul j, Ba sig t's, lone, lue 6 Pure Silk, Hosiery FOR EVERY SCHOOLGIRL Q aw JUST ARRIVED! A beautiful new nnd colorful stock of those heavenly Blue Crane "X" Line Pure Silk I lose, just in time for you to make your season's selection for school wear. Blue Cranes are made by the "X" process some thing new, different, exclusive. X-tra length; X-tra fine texture; X-tra snug ankles; Xellcnt styles silk-to-the-top chiffon and service weight. ert I'REMIUM LISTS NOW REDY TOTAL AMOUNT OF PRIZES MORE THAN $100,000 The premium list of the seven teenth annual Pacific Internation al Livestock Exposition, Is now being distributed. Extra copies may be had from General Manag er, O. M Fl mmer, 211 N. W. Bank Bldg., Portland, Oregon. The total amount of cash priz -s offered in all the various de partments approximated $100,006 and in divided about as iollows: $11,600 for the beef division, to which the breed associations have aeied $7,000; the dairy depart $11,SC0 in addition to about $2000 by the breed associat:ons; the Bheep clarification carries $6500 of our money and about 2,000 a Hi itional of breed association money; the draft horse class 3. 750; the fat classes, roughly t round $5,0C0; in the horse show department, which is second to none in the country, $15,500 of Pacific International's money and j22,500 in stakes ane entry fees. ak;ntf totai 0f roughly $35. 000 for the Horse Show, which aglin maje t ead the world. MILK AND CHICKENS Milk is one of the most com plene and easily digested foods (oi chickens. Besides itsfood value it is also a great appetizer. When chicker.s are fed milk they eat more other feed. Milk also serves as a regulator of the chickens' digestive systems and tends to keep them in good condition. Crane M Oi Mason C WI. D. H. M. In..