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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Sept.. 16, 1927
SACK SEWING CONTEST
GRAIN AND WOOL SHOW
TIME AND PLACE
PRIZES AND JUDGES
A tack lewlng coutert will be
held on Ihe pltform of the Farm
en' Union Elevator, Heppner, at
10:00 A. M.. September 23 and 21,
Entrants should apply te Chirles
Swindig. Prizes offered are:
first. $30;iecond 120; third $10,
Anyone having clean samples
of grain they wish to exhibit at
the Morrow County Grain Show
should leave them at the office ot
the County Agent t 'ore next
George Mltchel of the Sherman
County Experiment station, will
judge tie grains and Edwaid, of
the ifacific Wo l Growers Assoc!
ation, will judgetha fleeces.
Coloring Electric Clobt$
Kim trie Inrmiili-.i i'iil liln iiiuy be
Mully rulorvU liy dulling iili'lit-n Into
wlullon of vollinllrm, pri'vluUKly t.
urd le suit, with uulllii nolulile In
i-olloillon, nn it rutat quickly,
hnllii down, linill dry.
Thousand Mile to Spawn
Think nt irmHIiiu l,(KK lulli'i In lu
n nut Many of 1 1 if quliiinil miliiiim,
uya Nutur Muh.Iih', In onli-r to
upturn In ilia rlvrra of tin- Xuwtooill
niuuiitiilii i.f lilulio Iravol l.OJU Uilleit
from (lit ivu. t
1l Inu Imiii ilnlml Hint I hi- nrlu'ln
of mlvrrtlalna rim Im Irmvil lo Hi
wnlli of pUl.Mr ImllililiK In KkV. In
ih dnyi f Kuviiilnii Miitriumi-y.
CALL FOR COUNTY
All General Fund warrants of
Morrow County, Oregon, regis
tereil on or before Septt mber 30.
19, will be paid on presenta
tstinn at the office of Ihe Conn,
tv Treasurer, on or afler Septetn
berl5th. 1127. at which date, in
terest on saiJ warrants wit' erase.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon,
August 31. 1327.
Leon W. Beiges, County Tret:
lliileol lnt pulilimlion, f' l't. Ili
A "Harris" Combine
Will Work Just Fine.
P. 0'Uara - - - Agent
lone. Oregon JiuaWgrr, Agent.
Keep a Kodak story
of every trip
Wherever you go there's a chance for your Kodak
and a picture for your album. Picture opportunities
never wait keep your Koduk handy.
Our stock of Kodaks is complete. Come In and let
us help you make a selection prices are from f$ up.
Kodak Film Expert Finishint
The Kodak Store
FAMOUS OLD BELL
Regains Voice After Forty
Years Of Silence.
For ft rty years a famous o'r1
bell on Lhe FirstUnitarianChurch
i. . .i
tn luunton, Mans., nes nung cl
ient because Its voice was con
t.l....u r,An. A In 1K8R u ht-nit
tj J Mill V ..-'W' ' -
I cracked. The 682-lb Instrument,
ia t in 18D9 by e man who nam
ed his trade from Paul Kivere.
was left in the bo'fry all these
years, however. Nobody knew
what else to do with it till last
f 11. An electrical engineer saw
a possibility of welding the old
bell electrically. Early this yesr
a new of experts climbed tre
tower with an electric welder
connected bv a cable to a porta
hie generating Bet on the ground
60" ftct below. They chipped out
Ihe cracks in the bard bell metal
and Quickly filled them with 16
pounds of I'hoJphor bronze. On
Sunday morning. Feb. 13. the old
bell rang out once more.. I'.s voice
han been restored by electricity.
TO II0LDKKI OF
SECOND LIBERTY LOAN
41 PER CENT BONDS
EXCHANGE OFFERING OF NEW
Us)! I ttjerty I "4 ft brrta has hswa mIM
fttf iwywoiit tm N'tvputlvr I'i'h rwii, mu4 imi
btrmt bm hs4 ir lliat rial
Nutstw m firm ot nw o!rir el tatt
rVftttw TrMttirv )(, in ir bang) fur fWiuel
UiMfiy l rinvrtrl 4 pwr mot twirvha
1toiriHfvailMUtlilMttf 14. lIJ7,
ntl titll bear intrtrt Irtn that 1U ! Ut rat
J 4 4 m ctii. 1 1 moim -tU anatui ia bv
fmn but smjt b elif lur rltMpU til"
ili re y-f
lititMi em rWi4 I.ttwrtr lsm Comrwrimn)
4 i pt ernt b urtrfflrrW arwl MWptl 1st
tetuiNg wilt it pi.i Ut Novrnitf IA, lb7.
1 WptKwul tbn lasturxtnittM, m HM M4il
nt au i tr mining H..) 1 ilwrtv Un 'mivsaV
4 4 S tt ewtit bHMla us r irhtr tl ismrs, set
tM ttu 4 ilflltrrv o4 nr SkMe, tnurasrt
eiani h rWft Islti Uatn (. onrfle-) 4 prt
a. nt U.iwi IrtiiB Mm? 14, tvjl, o irvuhr
I W 7 . tra th ftrtwiium tm I ha trw Butt Man!
Hi-I tra of hMtittl j(r(y Ixnin I Ni-rixl
4 t pt efitt t-ft!a atllrlnuksttJnnl
of llita ofiltoetunity i oltlain Irswayr il
tjs ir uu, akmtl'l arranir Hh thHr mtk
U mttrh sirrits ail lh mrluwl Mtl iUl.
a thia oflar tU rpti.aist nfwn only luf ft knalax
KuiiirPt iiiltrrtiiaiiusi thay he oWatBSMl ffoen
hanks ir tntat autupss . at it any Kslvrai
A. W. MELLON,
aWrsrttry Ik TrtJT.
WaahinitMi, D. C. Saptmbct 1 Uil.
The Balfour-Guthrie grain of
fice Is located on Main street,
lone, just beiow the Telephone of
fice. Op-n everv day and all
A v Plmno Nn K2. Louia
F. J. Ely and Bon returned to
E itacadg. Friday.
Mrs. Ray Ov'att and son, of
Heppner, spent Wednesday and
I'ouiscay with Mrs. L. L. Funk.
W. F. and A. F. Fa matterfii
t tied thrashing, Thursday.
N. E Pettyjohn purchased a
new I'ontisc tedan Srom Fergu
son's Garage at Heppner this,
Morgan school op 'tied Monday
with on enrollment of eleven.
Miss Dorothy Chrintiariu. of
Grant's Pass, is the teacher.
Mrs. Zoe Baurenfeind is teach'
i ig the Cecil Bchqol,
Delorous Crowell is attending
hiyh school in Lexington.
Mr. andJUrs. F. D. Ely were
h Heppner, Saturbay.
Societe Marshmallows in bulk,
n iw 50ct a pound.
Bullt'd'a Pharmacy. .
SliiKiimfn l nn inn l.-nl I, ami In
Mlimr, BlluniiMl ni-ur ymyriiii. Tin
Vim l now mlli'il MiiiiIkhh. tl wni
at HiIn Inwn Hint llii nHrm-tlvi! m
iili- of tlii lnd.Mliiim wore ilU.itv
rr, tnni tlii iitihh ninjpict, mns
ni'llHin, etc. It li:m hIki, rIviii In
mitiio to tiiiisiti-Kln, the oxhli! nf limp
On Miireli 2. 17!W. Sanim-I Hiiiito.'.
wn horn nt Tlinlwr Itlrti; Church
Vn. Hh wiiii a crviit tolilier mid
.iiiti-xnimi anil wn Hie lmlrr nullum
Mexico In Hi Ti-iui rchclllnu. ui
blrthilay ti iibwrveil liulldiiy In
th stile of Texus.
AT CHRISTEN CHURCH
There will be preaching service
it the Christian church, Sunday
vening at 8:00 o'clock.
E. L. Wood, Minister.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL
Viil Ice tn IhtcIi.t lein that iiumii
nit to I hi HtmiitiK ( the Hlnte (il
rei;in In nch eiimn iimce Hiid im
rlilcil, tli uiI'IiThIkiii'iI Iiiim lukcn up
the licnliinftiT ili'vcrlU'il iiuIiiiiiIh
(oiiiiiI riiimliiir nt In rye upon uy
iriMiilwii. 1 will, mi Siitunlny, S-'pt.
i7, lit the lioiir nf 2:1 p in hIhhIi!
I'I.V,'II nt pulillc hiiciIiiii to il
iIkIiikI lihlilcr for ciimIi, the fnllow
,ii ilitcrll cl ik n 1 in ii m, to lt; one
hi jr horno with three white lift mill
White iot III IliM (oreheui), roicheil
iifltie, '.line jeiirit ni l ninl wcluhl
iImiii I,IiK); liriimleil wl oil the Mt
.liiiul'ler: nml one liruwninnre, iippnr
nlly n mulille honti', nine jciith olil,
weight iiliout UK) pi in n Ih, hiifl.thrc
while ln'1 nml no vIhIIiIc tirniiil.
niilil mile will be helil ut my ranch
ten mtli'H rut i( I olio, iinlem mil'l
iiiIiiiiiIn be rcilecmcil by the ow ner
ihereol prior to hiiI.1 milt.
W. J. Hl.ike
SUITS and 1
Our New Fall and Winter Line of
rnpn's suit anrl overcoat samoles are I
here and they are mighty nice. Better
come in and have your meaasure taken
for a new outfit.
Bristow & Johnson
HEADQUARTERS FOR H AR-1 1
I VEST SUPPLIES. WE TRY TO
Mr. Albert Petty who under
went an operation for acute ap
pendicitis at the hospital at The
Duller, farly In the week is re
pomed as not making the recov
ery normally to be expected. Hit
wife accompanied by Mr.and Mrr,
Frank Engelman mo ored to The
La Its Friday to visit him.
Combined Fanning Mill and
Wheat Tuater. Highest grade
Copper Carbonate for wheat treat
The Nimrods of lone are relm n
inir from chaaimr the oeer wi
nore txpetience ot ire utr.ent
weather than veniBon. At last re
potts Dwight Misner was still on
the trail but with no antlers in
Formaldehyde (2.25 a gallon
lien customer furnishes the
One mornin? not long ago wt
a re surprised to meet Mr G. N.
itHntand wife, who were driv
aiough lone from white Saln.on
Jleppner. When we knew hem
in i h r days Mr. Grant was the
'ery efficient manager of the
Cooperative Creamery atSkamok
Here are a few ol the pictures
.ve have contracted for 1127.
Spt. 10. . . .Stppin' Out
Sept. 17 . Pain and l'owdei
Sept. 2"l." The Djnge7Slgnai
Oct. 1st. Lu-e of the Wild.
Oct. 8th. Some Pun'kins.
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price ol
program compels us to. Dunt
mhs a single n iraberof this con
.-act. American Legion
1- fx, R0BI50N
o F.ORD lo
01 RUCKS p
a vj, Wash. We are now informed BIRTHDAY ANN.VRSARY
hat Mr, Grant has taken charges,, xn ,,,,, .,nn
0 the creamery at Heppner. OF HUMANJitNFAC TOR
Rood Ekleberry had the mis,
fortune last Wednesday evening
t figure as the principal in a
bad motorcycle spill. He attempt
ed to piBs the automobile driven
by Lew DaviJson. Just as. tt
- 1 It- Li. - .
el struck him in the eye. This
caused him momentarily to loose ," . . t: . ., ' f l -....
, . 1 f ver and first conqueror of the
control with the result that the
motorcycls swerved into the auto
mobile, caught on the fender and
th'ew Ekleberry on hit face in
th gravel, injuring himEevere p.
First aid was rendered at Bui
l-ir'l'u Ph a rmflpu a ftnp uhieh Mr
h. hjm tQ
for surgical treatment and tiobpi
tai care. The accident occured
near the Windsor place, just be
The exodus. of lo.ie'F young
people to college is now well un
d it way. We note as among those
none or preparing to go, George
Ritchie, Clair Young, Floyd Gra
blll Davil Head, Wendell Balsiger
Katheryn Felman and Elva Bal
Paul G. Balsiger, Agent.
At Paul G. Balsiger's
DIG DANCE, SEPT. 21
Bob Fletcher and his Rcund-l'p
Orchestra of Pendleto.i' wno will
a for the Heppner Fair dances,
v Hi play for tt big Legion dance
i i tins city Wecnesday nig.it,
sept. 21 I hi; dancers of lone and
.icinily have for a long time been
ting to ret this orchertra to
j.ipear here but were unable to
o .-o on account of the musicians
ining a full schedule of daus,
atretore a Urge crowd will nt
iKiDt be in attenlance Wednes
jy evening, ihi ' cr hestra is
oe of the beat tu Eastern Oie
ju a lJ their snappy, up to 0u
njjic '.ogtthet with their stanU
ind vaudtvihe features make it
vortb while to go n;i es to hear
uid see them perform. Theirpar
icu'ar style, which is all their j
n, puts so much pep, etc. into
,ieir music that the dancers can't
Superior drills, the old Reliable
ilher hoe or disk.
These cool mornings are a reminder!
tof the w n :r that
A large stock of
;rs, Stag Shirts, etc.,
DISCOVERER OF CAUSE
CF YELLOW FEVER I
Tuesday, September 13 marks
marks the 7tith anniversary of
AiM-u,A. ,hil . , ..,,
Aedes Egypt? mosquito, cariet of
the yItow fever germ.
Wfcile American school chil
dren are very familiar with- the
war heroes of their country's
history, little or nothing istaught
t)them about American Health
Heroes who have offered their
lives in- a war against disease
germs. It is only within the past
that the heroic deeds of these
American patriots L.ve peen re
corded in books that are available
for wid-s distribution in the pub
iicschcoU. This work has been
Continued on jnii-e 4.
FRIDAY SEPT. 30
Einal return limit Ott 31
Your last opportunity to
go East on exceedingly low
round trip summer excur
sion fares. Liberal stop
overs going and returning.
Ami will i. B rn -it (m trom iraaf
miy tad Wlp bm t rv hiwwgy.
J. W. lliiwk, Agt ,
new Blazers, Sweat-
Just in. See the new