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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1927)
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10NE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Dec. 9, 1927
A man rental i r-M nt the lone
Hotel undfr the name of Arling
ton was arretted by City Marshal
Frank after a chant down the
cretk. Arlington wan followed
by the men from whom he had
atolen a valuable watch and some
other Itetna of pergonal property.
They located him at the hott I and
when he refuaec to come out ol
hie room aworenut a warrant for
hii erreat. While this was telng
done, Arlinglon climbed out ol
window and attempted to escape
down the creek. The marshal
gave chine and afier searching
the brush a'ong (he creek and
finding the funi tve's hand lug
gage wnere it had been hidden in
the Iiuhht-H, captured him In the
open field arid bronght him back
He confess! the the theft o
the articles and waa taken to
Heppner and lodged in jail. He
to secure she watch fhm the per
son to worn he had sold it and re
turn it to the owner.
Jan. 13 Lecture
The New 1928
Drnm Type Control
Life like exactness.
Walter R. Corley
, FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE
When shopping for Christmas, we
will appreciate letting us show you; j
what we have. Our stock of toys is so i;
large that we lack space to display it ::
What makes nicer GIFT than a
The Gift Store
SENIOR CLASS RINGS
The Seniors have long been
waiting for t heir class rings i n
were thoroughly de ighted when
th'y received them, Friday, Nov
22th. Thy were worth waiting
for, since they were attractively
The perfect attendai.ee stud
enls of lone High for the last six
weeks are as follows: R chard
Lundell, Janet Carlson, Hazel
Grabill, Milton Morvan, Norman
Swanson, Edna Llndstrom, Lew
ia Buschke, Geva Pettyjohn, Mar
garet Crawford, Ralph Mason,
Irvin Ritchie, Mildred Smith,
Josie Howell, Ned ra A gee, Edith
Within a ahorttime the Christ
mas Seals for the benefit ol the
T. B. Horpital wi I be sold by
lone students for the usual price
of one cent each.
The Oregon Tuberculosis Asro
elation recently received the fol
lowing boost for the tuberculoid
t'hrislmasand theheallhlt makes
possible from Helen M. Walker,
Morrow County Superintendent
"The Bale of Christmas aa!s
has my hearty endorsement. I do
not believe there is a more worthy
caniie. I shell do all I t-an to tn
caeaee the sale of seala in our
county this jeir."
The Christmas Seal Chairman
for Heppner is James M. Burgea
and other communities are auf
plied through the school. The
money raised in the sale of aealc
goes to pay for hea th educatior
in the public achoolsot the county
Dr. Clarke In lone Saturday,
Inland' Prized Volume
The Hm.k of Kelt to a beautifully
executed manuacrlt copy of tlx (joe
pel, dating from th sixth or 8
enth century. I 1 pretenrtd la
Trinity colleje, Dublin,
France Viing Her Climate
Prune linn mora vnrletlea uf rllmulc
limn any othr country In Kurope
Tliere are parti In the routti thrit art'
alincot tropical ant the long wlntfi
of the Alpi la almnKt Arctic In li
aeverlly. In thla Arctic limit a num
ber of allxcr foxptt arc being bred.
Another eKperlment la being tried out
that of ralalng reindeer. The II ml
cnnnlgiimcnt of a doaen liaa juat left
Norway for Itoun, where they will he
Inkcn to the center, near tirenohlc. II
the reindeer take to the Alpine cll
tnnte, It la hoped to breed ttifllclcnt
niuuliiT largely to replace Iwimei and
' hitii- mr nrririiiiunii irnnmo.
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U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY
Congressman Slnnot An
nounces Time and Place of
Washington, Dec. 9. 1927
Cwipessman N. J. Sinnot
has announced that he will ap
point a midshipman to lh Naval
Academy at Annapolis to fill an
emergency vacancy which wi I
occur in 1928, yn the basis of a
This examination will be held
on Saturday, Jan. 7, 1928. and
will be conducted by the U. S.
Civil Service Commission in the
following cities in the Second
Congressional District of Ore.j
Pendleton, La Grande. Baker.
The Dalles, Klamath Falls, Lake
view Hoj1 River, Enterpiise,
Congressman Sir.nott will t d-
point as principal to the Nats
Acadewy the candidate receiving
the higher! rating in this mental
test. Thtcaneih-'ea rating next
highert will luiointed altei
nates. Exam.i..., ns ill be con
ducted in the foilming suojeetf;
Algbra, Plane Gefmetry. Enuliih
Composition and Literature, U.
S. History, and Phyaics.
Any bona fida resident of tin
Secord Congressional District o
Oregon, who will have tetcheo
hiai6.h birthu'ayon April ls.
lsiai an who will not have reachec1
io all points
final rttnrn limit Januarys
lUVt UUAND HOOT!
i.iv.iinWKO Ai'lit ffSl
m. nnr-ii sr-an
GET YOUR XMAS TREES
B. & J
All Sizes. All Prices.
Xmas tree FREE With each $5
purchase. XMAS Goods for
PA MA and the BABY
hls20lh birthday oe March 31.
1928, Is eligible to take the exsm
Those who wish to take tin
examination should immediately
write or wiie Congressmat 1
nott at Washington, so that they
may be lilted at one viththt
Civil Se, vice examination, and a
et of auestlons mav tie sent to
tie loca! bjard in ihe city where
they may wish to take the exam
nation. To those indicating their
,8eaire to take the examination,
will be sent a circularof inform
lion regarding the scope of th
ame and the general ground cv
ered in each of tho branches in
whidb examinations will be held.
Miss VinHon: Now scholars.
your Latin. Kosa. what Ooes
"Veni. vidi, vici" mean?
Uosa: It.a Latin for "Eni, mene,
Mrs, Sperry, American Ilihlo
ry teacher: For what waa George
Tel ma M.: His memory.
Airs. Sperry: What makes you
;ink his memory was so great?
Ihelma: Tney erected a mocu
iMiss VinHon. English teacher.
to Harold Kim-aid : W hut is a verb?
Harold: A verb t the suhjtci
of a compound ser.t-i.ee.
Norman S: Lei' buy a botth
F.ances T.; 1 didn't know thai
hy sold Latin in bottles.
Harry Peten on to Johnnie E:
Vi at is wrong with your bug?
Johei ie:The wheels woi. turn.
Of ib.400 milrt lUs-U High
war Project, 337 miles iscomplei
The Balfour-Guthrie grain of
lice is located on Main street,
lone, just below the Telephone o
fice. Open every day and a'l
Jay. Phone No. 52. Lmrr
r - m
K IR.ROBISON to
U f What would be X a fi
W a nicer thrsitm.t
Jgift fcr the family!
tthan one of ll.os
rf Iclear natural toned
tjiCrtbc radio sets.?
Mrs. Milton Morgon accompa
nied her son Edison to Heppner,
E. R. Lundell wos in Heppner
n business lact mek,
Mr, and Mrs. E, J. Brittow
Made a business trip to Heppner
Bob Harbison, TJ. of 0. stud
i t, now emp'oyed in an erchi
ct office in Sfin Francisco, in
t home for the holidays.
Xmas Cards. Cord Tag3 and
Seals. Bullard's Pharmacy
The Ladies' Aid of the Christ
ian Church are giving a bazaar
snd food sale, Dec. 17. Buy your
Xmas gifts from them.
Tea was served the Ladies Aid
of the Christian Church at the
home of Mfg. Cole E. Smith on
Wednesday of thi week.
Walt Eubanks is pa ling a
urkey shoot for Sunday thelSth.
. Jt A f W m m w aa a&
LPizt LUlvlbllNt nAKVESTCR
NOW IS THE
j to get your order
I machine on tune for next year.
If interested in a machine that will save your crops
and put the grain in the sack,
99 ct SALE
150 Pieces of
Dishpans,s Water Pails, Roasters, fm
Percolators, Double Boilers, Convex I g
Kettles, Sauce Pans, Pitchers, Milk
Cans, Muttin Pans.
50 other Aluminum Utensils priced i
at 10 ct. up to $5.
Harriet Heliker ft II from her
bicycle while riding rn the high
way last Sunday, cutting her
right knee badly. She was taken
to Heppner for trearment. Dr.
McMurdo foudd it ncsessary to
take several stitches to close the
When thinking of Christmas
gifts rrr.cmber that our local mer
chants have anticipated your wants
and are ready to assist you in the
promotion of the Christmas spiiit
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Opii
cal Co.. 3COA. Alrfr St.. Pnrt.
'and, Ore. Eye Sight Specialist i,
will, be in lone all all day and
evening Saturday Dec 17, at the
lone Hotel, See him about your
Odd Cause of Fir a
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of tire t-!lt,,e Ul)t 1(.vt.r
rtlKcovw d w,frt. due to he un rava
Jh-iis n-friK-ted from nloip window,
Behind wlilrh flininy romerlula ami
nuiH article mude of eeimiold irre
illt'lil, the accretory 0f the Brtt
tih fire preTcriUon committee told a
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in if you want your
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