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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1927)
10NE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Oct. 21, 1927
Mr. S. D. Secly and Mia Eudora
llardctty Embark on the
Sea of Maliimiiy,
A very pretty wedding wan
celebrated at the home of Mr.
and Mm. J. P. Hardeaty or Mor.
gtn when their daughter Endora
waa united in marriage with Mr,
S. D. Seely. The marriage wai
aolemnized at noon, Saturday,
October 15, in the preaeiice of
the parenta of the bride and
groom. The aervlce waa read by
Kev. W. W. Head, paitor of the
Congregational Church at lone.
The young couple will make
their home on the Gua Liable
place which Mr. Seely haa rentde.
Carman Priion Rtlorm
A uiovriiM nt la on foot, not twfuro
It U natdiHl, wrlfra t tit llerlln cor
rMM)ttdfiit of Ilia I'lirintlan HHitw
Monitor, to affwi tome rafiiriiia In
Ovrman rlauna. Ifcx-tnr Hi-luulilt, the
inluMar of Juatlra for t'rtiaala, haa
for aom 1 1 aat Iwn paying tin-il-tid
vlalla to th irlaotit In m
rral Uaruiau rltlm.
Oti rrault li ta la tha brltflitfiiliic
of Hit priaou yarda hjr planting flow
ara, and tha irlaonira thrniwlvaa arc
to ta allowed a flown- In a mi In
Ihatr ralla. Itm-tor Krliiiil.lt la til up
Introducing rawarila for fuoil behavior
III Ilia ahaia of boka, prmilaalon to
rarrlva and writ Mtrra more fro
quentljr and other alleviation.
Silk for Body Sineun
A rerent di'Vi'lojiniciu In auiitery
tha uaa of Ml I k a a aulialllulu for v
rloua body tram's. With rertnlti pro
CHUIIona ail I Ic alm-wa tuny l trim
(iIuiiIimI Into Ilia body. In tlila nay,
natural alm-wa which ar too ahorl
run lie IciiKthuned. A further njiptl
cut Ion la In tha form of allien) II mi
menta employiid aa a auhafltula for
llgiimi'iita which have liceii torn tr In
Jnred by dlHcaaa or at'ddent, aa In (lie
i'u of lutcnil llgiimeiita In tlie knea,
ellMiw, etc. I.lkvwlao, It la poxallilo to
errata wllh allk new arlMi'liil aUKtiiln
Sttd$ Hold Lift Long
Keeda of tha Indian lolua a oi-iitur)
old Imva mora actlva Ufa In them limn
Uia inma kind of aeeda of limt year'a
crop, aiTordlng to a ri'iort of Dr
Iflilro Oliga of tha Kducallon Inatltutf
of Ditlrcn, iluinliurla, to tha Atm-rl
run Jmirnul of lloinny. Donor (then
tinted theaa aiK-imt aw-ila both h)
aproutlng and by chemlral eiamlna
tlnti, anil I hey won on both count a
The reaearch waa carried on durlni
Doctor OhKH'a aojmini In Ihla conn
try. at tha Hoyca Thnmpaon limllhile
Tonkera, N. T.
Tha young mlaa waa filling out an
application for a poaltlon In one ol
tha city oflh-ea.
(111a of tha queatlnna wna: "What la
the length of your n-aliMica In Ihe
rllyT Kha anawred thua: "AImiiii
Auother queatlon waa Ihla: "An)
phyalcHl defecta?" Hhe anweri-l:
MUSIC-LAND ENTEKl AINEK5
. TENTATIVE PROGRAM
A Opening Medley "Poet and Peaaant" and "World Jit
Waiting for the Sunrise.
B Vocal S0I01.. "Good Morning Bro. Sunshine", "Little
Mra. Beck. Pirking Kid".
C Trumpet Solo . "Annie Lauiie Fantasia",
Mra. Beck "Until"
D Kradinga .- ' No Newa or What Killed the Dog",
"The Village Oracle".
E Vocal Soloa "One Fine Ua"
Mr. Beck "Yo San"
F Banjo Noveliira, Mr. Beck; Jazi Trumpet Novelty.
G Dueta "Blue Koom"; "The Girl Friend"
H Children'a Group "To a Toy Soldier"
1 leading "Jane S tya So", (Costumel
J Spanish Skit V ratumeakit in Spanish ing
Hanjo, piano, voices.
K Piano Soloa "Lento"; "Shadow Dance"
L My Task ... (Duet and Goodnight) J
3 -u. rtw
a Month of Kodak Tays
Cool, crisp Octolicr dr.ys an ideal time for
picture making. Whenever you step out-of-doors
for a leisure hour, take your Kodak
along, fully loaded.
All Kodak models arc here (with yellow
box film to ft them). Come in and see
the line prices are but f 5 up.
v BULLARD'S PHARMACY
The Kodak Store
The lone High-school team won
a decisive victory over the team
of Umatlll Highschool lant Satur-
dy on the lone grounds. The vis
Iting team scored but once and
with this exceut'on it was lone's
game through ev ry phase. The
score was: lone 30; Umatilla 6
If the party who carried off
two racks of wormy cornmea'
from In front of Mason's' store,
they may be exchanged for fresh
meal. The sacks had been se
henysrd and, while themonetarj
loss waa insinificant, the risap
pointmenl of the fowls was quit
Superintendent Skeen of Urw
tilla waa an lone visitor, Satur
day and watched the Umatill
highschool football team go do
Rtcord Athletic Fiat
Harry Malmicy, roach of tha Stan
ford track team, tail" a "llellev It o-
Not" eoncernlng lllff Hoffman, hi
tnr ahotputter. While practicing
Hoffman put the weight out about 4'
feet and lxfore Inking hla next hear.
aked him to atlck a marker In the
ground at a dlxtnnce. He atood a
match up In the apot where tha ahot i
hit and Hoffman tried again. Tlila '
time the ahot grafted tha mutch, lluht- i
IrtaX H without breaking It. Slnbmey 1
Hien ph ked It up and lighted a rlgur
'.om Ita flaina.
Habit $ Weav Chain
llnblta ara to Ufa what rulla are to
a railroad truln. A train rum where
It hut run befura. So do moat ieo
pie, their hublla directing them am
gnldlnf them. Only good hublla an
likely to carry ona In tha direction h
ahould (o, tha routa Ihnt It la wort
while to travel. GrlU
Chas. Laferty was arrested one
day this week on a charge of
robery. The complaint was made
by William WindGor who alleged
that he had been robbed of $313
by Laferty while in the room of
later in the Carr house. A hear,
ing waa had before Judge Robin
xon and at the conclusion of the
hearing, Laferty was committed
to the County jail to await the
notion of the Grrnd Jury.
Owing to a break down of the
tx:ttmotive the local U. P. train
iid nut arrive in lone, Saturday
till 11:00 o'clock, a. m.
We understand that the specif
c dificulty was connected wi h
he blow off cock. There was on
trher locomtive on the branth
tnd this was dralted to take (he
ilaceof the disabled machine.
' , Sh Paid th Potlag
A woman bout: lit a blrtlnliiy git
l one of C'lncliiiicTi depart incut
'urea. Kha aaked tha anlealudy If
iv It mailed out from the at ore li
'We will be glad to do ao," anln
u obliging young clerk, "but If Him
nee. la over 200 mllea away, you wit
ive to pay the pottage."
The Balfour-Guthrie grain o'
lice ia located on Main street
lone, just below the Telephone oi
Hce. Opn every day and all
day. Phone No. 62. Louit
To rent Piano for the Period ol
ihe current school year. Liberal
compensation and good care. No
children. Write to H- M-, care
T a .... . .1 i
a Harris lommne 4
Will Work Just Fine.
- - AjentX
. r, J iMara
There will be preaching service
it tha Christian church, Sunday
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
E. L. Wood. Minister.
Oct. 27 Music Land Duo
Dec. lone Hish School
. Jan. 13 Lecture
Alarm Clocks, guaranteed for
one year. Bullsrd'a Pharmacy.
Oct. 22, Blue Blood
Oct' 29, The Cion
. Nov. 6. Tbe Thrill Hunter.
Here are a few ol the picture
e have contracted for 1927.
Cut this out and keep it foi
uture reference. We will onlj
iiae prices when the price 01
rogram compels us to. Doni
iiss a single number of this con
ict American L?gion
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heir the new
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M t Jingle bial, Araeri I
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45 Jgar JleiJ of price.
A light fingered party named
Eads was caught pilfering from
the garrage of Ernest Lundell,
was arrested tried given a at'ff
sentence end ordered to leave the
County. Eada had been working
in the harvest and at the time of 1
his arrest was employed on the
ranch of French Burroughs.
Odd Fellows, don't forget the
gathering on Saturday evening,
the 2'Jth of October. Business
progrom, eata 'n everything.
Dad Griff en, who has been
under a doctor's care ia so far
recovered that he has gone a fitth
in in the Deschutes.
i 11 11 w a
combine Dairy Products Show, world-renowned Hone Show, A
National Wool Show, North weat fox Show, Manufacturer!'
and Land Producta Show, boyi' and Cirlr Club Work.
Cover, 10 acres, exhibiting America' I prii Pure Bred Beef and 'A
Iairf Ctc HerM. lUWp, Hoafl. (t., Foxr. Larvnc Premlttm LU vav
cMmti. Pftlmai, Om, Oct. 29 N ur. i. Kliu4 bra all nilraauh A
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Our New Fall and Winter Line of
:: men's suit and overcoat samples are
here and they are mighty nice. Better
come in and have your meaasure taken
for a new outfit.
Bristow & Johnson
HEADQUARTERS FOR H AR-.
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Paul G. Balslger, Agent.
At Paul G. Balsiger's
then judiie for yourself:
Walter Corley, Agent.
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flour now at special prices.
Give those turkeys a real
fattening ration of corn.
Try a cow out with a sack
of Sure Milk.