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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Oct, 7 1927
CALLED BY DEATH
Mri. Celestlr.e Ba!ilier
Diet at Son'i Home.
Mrs. Celestlne Adele BaliiK
er, for thirty three year a real
dent of I ne, died at the home of
her ion, Paul U. Balelger, at 4:45
P. M October 6.
Mrl, Balslger was botn in
Switterland, July 6, 1841. She
came to America in 1848 with
parenta endaettled at HiRhland,
111. In 18G8 ahe married Ferdi
tiKmi Kalnluiir at the home of her
parenta, Mr. and Mra. Arnold
Hietmann. They maie their home
at Highland till the year 1891,
when they came to lone, Oregon
to make their home with their
youngest daughter, Anna J. Bal.
eiger, Mr. Balsiger died eeveti.
teen yeari ago. After the death
of her daughter Anna, Mra. Bal
aiger made her home with her
aon, PaulG. Ba tiger, with whom
ahe apent the wintera. The aum
mere aba uaually spent with her
aon Fred W. Balsiger. at White
Mia. Balslger ia survived hy
one brother, Paul Hietmann; one
aialer, Mr. Alice Keller; aix chil
dren, Mra. Louiiie Allenger, of
lone, Ore., Fred W. Balsiger, of
White Salmon, Wash., Arnold W.
Baleiger of Vancouver, Wash.,
Paul G. BaUiger, lone, Ore. Dr.
John A. Balsiger of Portland,
Oregon, Louia Balaiger of lone,
Oregon; fifteen grand children
and thirteen gnat grand chil
dren. She waa a member of the Con
gregational chnrch for the great
r part of her life. She waa a
charter member of the Fuel
Congregational Church of loue
and one of in main supporters.
The tuueral aeivice were held
at the Congregational church in
lone, the pastor, He v. V. W.
You are urped to be present at lodge,
Saturday night, October 15, 1927. j
are like well
Thi RscognirnI Ltader In
Said and Popularity
The Kodak Store
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Interim! Mi'illclne for tlie
piut twelve years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be in the Dalles on Wed's
dayOct. 12, at the Dalles Ho
tel And in Pendleton, on Thurs.,
Oct. 13. at the Dorion Hotel.
to 4:00 P.M.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mrllxtlitn U a n-gulnr gradu
Htc In utetlklue aoil surgery ami la
llwinwd f the state ol Oregon. He
doss uot oMTat for rhroiilc pieu
(lli'ltlD, gall stones. Hirers of stom
ach, toi.Mlla or mli-noliU.
i tin to III rrmllt wonderful r
ulU In illM-aoea of the stoiimrh. II vr
ltd wcIm, IiIoimI, skin, nerves, heart
sl'lney. tiliuliler. ImmI welting, cat
arrh, weak tunic, rheumatism, InU
l-, leg ulcers niul rectal nlliiients.
Ilelow are the namea of a few of
hla urn n y satisfied ntlent In Ore.
Ron. who have beeu treated for one
of the above named cauaea:
Klmef Hooker, outlon.
Clin. Dearli, Portland.
1. ('. Ilorih Boiiaiua.
I'red Mhk-ttti, Klanmth Kail.
Daniel Mh-lnon, Allrgiiny.
II. r. Nenl, Central I'olut.
Joe. Hheiilil(Ml, (illdion.
IteiueiiiU'r the alMive ditU, that
coiiaulllon will I free and that hut
treatment la different.
Mnrled women iiiiihI lie accompan.
led lir their InmlinniU.
Address: 211 liradliury Hldg.. Los
- dressed people
DONT make any mistake about
the part appearance plays in
your college work. Neatly type
written reports, lecture t ran scrip
tiona and theses create a favorable
impression on the"powers that be.' '
Get a Remington Portable and
dress up your work. Your pro
fessors will appreciate the clean
cut, legible writing and the
chances are thia appreciation wil
be reflected In the marks you get.
Remington Portable is the port
able. It is the smallest, lightest,
and moat compact machine with
four row atandard keyboard.
Handiest, fastest, most depend
able, and simplest to operate.
Weighs 8 pounds net. Can be
bought for as little as $10 down
and $5 monthly. '
The Pomona Grange met here
Sattrday, for an all (ay session.
Mrs. Bay Oviat and eon of
Heppner apent Saturday visiting
Mrs. Maggie Bowers apent Sat
urday in lone. ,
VelmaSharrard of The Willows
apent Sunday with Edith Ely.
J. V. Gibson moved onto the
school section land last week,
H. O. Ely purchased a Chevro
let sedan, Saturday.
Cecil Padberg hauled wheat
for It. Ekleberry, Inst week.
Mr. and Mrs, K, C. Crowell
were in Heppner Saturday,
Dr. Clarke, Eye Sight Special,
ist, will be in lone, Monday,
Oct. 17, at the lone Hotel.
Picture- Writing Goet
Far Back in H'utory
"It Is au liiteresiliif reflection,"
points out liuvld HsrnofT, vl presl
ttent of the Itsdlo ConwrulloD vi
A merles, "lint after thouxaml of
years of rnimnnlratlnn exiierlene
mankind will probably go back, not In
the too far fotura, to plrture trans
mission pictures of words as well si
iif p!iot(rililc reproduction" of Im-eaes-
for the bssi of Its written com
iiiunlratlou i) item. We are Just en
tering upon the era of coiuiuunkatloo
by tits squsrs Inch."
Tliounuuds of ysars ago plrture
writing was the only known method
of communication. 8ubequently, a
a means of ssvltii time, conventions
of one sort or another were adopted,
symlxris which stood for the picture
writing describing an object. Later
mine the alphabet, a still falter meth
od of compounding pictures or wordi
In express thought Communication
was carrted on Willi the alphuhet un
til ths telegrupb was Invented. It
brought wllh h dots slid dushes, uaed
to represent ths letters of the alpha
bet. iKits and dashes were ths fast
est means of communication until the
telephone Was developed. .
Now, however, sclencs has discov
ered a method whereby an entire lues
snge can he transmuted with one op
eration, and appitreiitly the s-cd of
communication sgaln hss been In
rreased. Wllh It, Imtead of stnrtltig
with the Sddress snd following word
for word through ths signature, au ex
act dupllcats of the matter to lie
trsnsmltted ran he reglatered In the
receiving office. .The procewi still li
stow, but progreis fi being made dally.
and It seems certain that before long
practically limtantnneous vlmisl trans
uilsalon of metauges of any sort will
To rent Piano for the Period of
the current school year. Liberal
compensation and good care. No
children. Write to H- M-, care
AT CHRIST. N CHURCH
There will be preaching service
at the Christian church, Sunday
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
E. L Wood, Minister.
Our New Fall and Winter Line of
men's suit and , overcoat samples are
!j here and they are
come in and have
for a new outfit.
ii I! Bristow & Johnson
HE ADQU ARTERS FOR H AR-
! VEST SUPPLIES. WE TRY TO
Trie Dornas Society will hold it a
regular monthly silver tea at the
church parlors, Thursday, Oct.
13. Doughnuts and coffee will be
serfed and there will be a sa'e
of Btampped goodsand doughnuts.
The Bilfour-Guthrie grain of
fice in located on Main street,
lone, just below the Telephone of
fice,. Opn every, day and all
day. Fhone No. 52. Louis
BaUiger, Agent. .
' T6 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chris
tophemon, at the home of Mrs.
Fred Ritchie, a son. Mother and
child doing well.
Johnston's Chocolates "She
knows how good they are.'
Season tickets will be sold by
the school next week.
Spot cash will be paid for eggs
U the lone hotel.
Combined Fanning Mill and
Wheat Treater. Highest grade
Copper Carbonate for wheat treat
Here are a few ot the pictures
we have contracted for 1927.
' Oct. "1st.
Pain and Powder
The Danger Signal
Lure of the Wild.
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compela us to. Dont
miss a single number of this con
tact. American Legion
I R. ROBISON
NOW IS THE I
time of ihe year tot "
;equip your RADIO
with r.ew j
LAYER BUILT BX
batteries or the
CKEBE B -
eliminator if you
) live in town. X"'
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mighty nice. Better
your meaasure taken
The Lyceum reflects the influ
ence of the leaders of Yesterday.
That "reflection" guides and in
spires the Youth of Today.
Your Course is a success if just
one boy or eiil is made abetter
citizen by reason of its Christian
influence. It's a community bl
fair and everybody should be in
Roosevelt. Taft, Wilson, Cool
idge all endorse the Lyceum as a
worthy American institution, it's
been a real influence for commu
nit v betterment for nearly a hun
The lone Public School is help
ing to make the Lyceum posible
in lone. Are you going to support
them by supporting the Lyceum :
There will be three numbers
Oct. 27 Music Land Duo
Dec. tone High School
Jan. 13 Lecture
CLARKE OPTICAL CO.
Dr. Clark-, of the Clarke Op
tical Co., CG0 A, Alder St.. Port
land, Ore., EYE SIGhT SPECI
ALISTS, will be in lone all day
and evening, Monday, Oct. 17th
at the lone Hotel, on his regular
monthly trip. SEE HIM ABOUT
'27 FOOT BALL SCHEDULE
Oct. 1 Arlington at lone
Condon at lone
Umatilla at lone.
Heppner at lone
lone at Fossil.
lone at Heppner
GAMES PLAYED OCT. 1
lone 20 Arlington G
Goldendsle 19 Condon 0
Heppner 6 Umatilla 0
Loa J. Wood. B. M. J
Accredited piano teacher. 1
J Lexington, Oreuon.
No one can afford to be care
'83 about fire hazards just be
ause he thinks he is fully iusured
Paul Ci. Ualsiccr. Acent.
At Paul G. Balsiger's
These cool mornings are a reminderf
fof the winter that is coming.
WITH WARM CLOTHING
t A large stock of
.rs, Stag Shirts, etc.,
IONE BOY VICTIM OF
Elnr er Swanson Crushed
Under Loaded Wagon
Elmer Swanson, Bt.n of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Swsrvon of this
city was accidentally killed at
the Eubanka farm near lone, last
Saturday afternoon. He was rid
ing on a load of barley with How
ard Eubanks who was driving
the team when one cf the wheels
broke into a badger hole. Thia
caused the sack on which he was
to elide off between the wagon
carrying him with it. The team
was stopped immediately but not
until the forward axle had passed
over him, crushing his head a
gainst the sack of barley and fore
ing one of the projecting bolts
through the skull. Help was sum
moned immediately and the in
jured boy was taken to Heppner
for treatment. Examination show
ed his injuries to be mortal and
his death occurred at about six,
o'clock the same evening.
Mrs. Swanson, at the time of
the accident, was in Hood River
where she had gone to bring her
daughter Reth home from the
hospital. The funeral waa held
Monday, October 3, at the lone
Christian church, in the presence
of a large congregation. Rev. W
W. Head officiating.
Elmer'8 sunnv disposition had
so endeared bim to his friends
and school fellowa that his sud
den death shocked the whole com
. . J i 141 1 13 Mliliuuil J
t " Will Work Just Fine.
P. O'Meara - - -lone,
Consult Dr. Clarke, the Eye
Sight Specia'-ist, in lone Monday,
at the lone Hotel.
The New J 928 I
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