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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1928)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Feb. 24, 1928
OREGON RANKS FIFTH
Per Capita Wealth Exceeds
Quit a number of friends sur
prised Mr L L, Funk and family
limt liYiHuu arid uflur Rhendim? 8
Cretton Isoneof six stateswiih, very pleasant evening, thf party
pr capita wealth in excess of $1, j hmke tip wiahinK the Funks the
000. and ranks under only the i ti.-Ht of biiccchh on their new
aialesof Wyoming, South lako
"la and Iowa. The state of Ncv
aU load the whole country
with per copita wealth of $7,21)9,
while the fiaure for Orevron in
placed at $1,374, which lain ex
cels of NebraHka and California,
the other two stales in the $1,000
The total wealth of Oregon is
computed $.'U75.0b). and repre.
aentu only iu tangible, physical
form au.:h a land and impoove
inenta. the equipment of indus
trial tnttipHKin and farms, live
mok, railroad and public utility
land and epuipwent, personal
property, motor and other vehi
cleg, but excludes aold and silver
coin and bullion, credits and cur
Alabama. Missippi, Georgia,
Smith Carolina ai.d Arkansas
are at the bottom of the Hat. The
per capita wealth of the atate of
WaahiiiKlon ia $3. 727. while that
of Idaho i $3. WW. There are no
eaHtern states in the hiah brack
Detignt on Chintit fluff!
A f rill iiihiiV Clill.i'M. r 1 1 t ili'slitn.
nr yinhollr. Tim 'ihImm kiml' re
m-ii(i-i hi liiirrula In tin- rim iu
IhiIIm lun lift. The "ihimiihIit'
I know u lo Hi CI.::.v '
lliuniliu) iKIlillrl gulil, ilillliiliillrf
ii Hi) plenty.
To hear from owner of ranch
for Bale. Sta'e cuah price, p.r:ic
lars. I). F. Hush, Minnt af.o.if.
farm in Sherman County.
Mi Mirnaret Ely touhl Mis
Chriatiana's claws during the
Imter'a absence Monday alter-noon.
Mr. Porter has been buay at
Morgan erecting a fine new chick
en house and brooder house for
Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Seelev
visivedwllh Mr. Bnd MrB.Kunscht
Mr. and Mrs. N. Pettyjohn
calltd on the Funks, Saturday
Mr. J. F. HarJeaty and Mr.
Seely went to see Mr. Craw
ford, IuhI Thursday.
Mr. Bert I'almateer and Jas.
Iladeitty are busy repaiiing the
Mr. N. Pettyjohn has been
hauling barley, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. E!y and
Mrs. W. F. I'almateer have jual
referred from E.i.le Creek,
where they went to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Ely's uncle.
While in Pott'and, the Elys went
to tee Er ai, d Mrs. Harrison.
Tev found Mrs. improvedin health
but Mr. Harbison very low, The
rurses however said that he had
bfnun Ij improve.
Mr. Ely bIho went (o Bee Mr.
T. M. Heneriidt who is suffering
aeverely with bronchial rheuma
Jnhi. Ilarl ke, of PortlanrtHand
Fay McNabb passed through Mor
Kan last Sunday.
Spring & Summer j
Mens made to meas-
ure suits I
Now On Display! j
We guarantee a fit.
"Prices Are Right" j
Bristow & Johnson j
OJd Fellows of Morrow and
Umatilla counties meet in anual
convention at Weatun on Satur
day, Feb, 23i. h.
There will be a musical demon
etratinn, free to the public, Tues
day evening, Ft I). 28ui. at Uol
lar Js' Pharmacy, fiom 5 to 7 1.
M. lie there if you like good mu
"Dm" Grilfin went to Ptndle
ton, this Friday, i n his way to
to Wtston and the Odo Fellows
Mrs, Emily McMurtay celebra.1
led her 7'Jlh birthday Saturday,
Feb. 18th, at the home of Ua
i'tobison. There were present:
Mrs. Alex Thompson, Mrs. Fred
eiickxon, Mrs. Lester Goodrich,
Mrs Marcgarel Low, Mre. Jennie
McMurray, Mrs. Nola Harris,
Mrs. W. W. Head who has
been visiting with her family for
a few d iys returned to Cathlam.
et, Wash., Tuesday morning. Mrs.
Head ii post master at Cathlam
et. The local chapter of the East
ern Star held a very succefiful
good sale on Saturday last. A
popular priced lunch was served
Miss Florence Shippy is in lone
this week visilirg her mother
a ho is spending the winter with
her sister, Mrs. Delia M. Corson,
and who has been ill fur bou.e
Many Morrow County people
have secured satisfactory eye
sight service from Dr. Samuel
Tyler of Bend, who will be in
Hi-ppner. March 5 h end 6th at
Buhn's store, Dr. Tyler make
regular trips to Heppner and
guarantees his work.
Pro$perou Men Wanted
A man who lin" money to W -nl l
w.ifili Dinni'y tn III community.
A. E. Feller, sf Gooseberry,
shipped u carload of horses to
Hubbard, last Satu-day night.
Mrs S. A. Cunningham, of
Poit Falls, Idaho is visiting her
sister, .Mis. Elmer Griffith, this
week Mrs Cunningham is Dint.
Deputy of Northern I laho for
the Uoval Ne'ghl ors of America.
The lone lodge of Masons held
arfpecial communication Satur
day night After the work was
Mcrrow County raised 2,fe!i I,
085 hulhels of wheat last yeas.
1 humus Davidson, who ia a
teaehr ir. th? H(,h school at Mad
raa, spent Salu:i:'py ai.d Sunday
with tl e home folks at lot. .
The H;ghay to Heaven is the
title of a series of sermons an-
noiinccd by Hev. E. L. Wood of
hh Chriatian chuich. The initial
o-rmoii will be delivered Sunday
vening, Ftb. 2G
Forerunner ol Wisdom
(ilMHt IH-llH. liM'lillUIMl Hy HXHT
'IKY UH'I lflHfilr,-ft tl.V Ulillltl'N
II limrtlcul wlitilniii.-Siiiiiiii'I PiiiIIp
Skortc$t PMie Eailuay
Til wiiild'n niimlle'! imli:.: riiilwnj.
!.'.-lii;) kiiiii:.' lvie, rum frm i:m
my, llimiili tlie f:iiinnif imir-lu t
MjtliP. Kent. KiijjhiiiJ. Tin- ena'ni
vvt liihlng llli'Mll ficlit Ion, luiv ii
u'i up In .V) mil'' mi li'i'ir nilli
iiinlii'K. Tli fure frmu one Hal el
tlie line t the oil er, u ililume of
vhAt nnI h Iniir niili-B. In '' en:s. A
IM clul train can I hlreu f r
OfPKon hns 28 liighway parka
covering 1400 acres.
The Hood River App'e Grow
eBs'Asiiociation paid $150,000 on
Carry County wool is being
sold up to 40 cents, and mohair
from 40 to 58. '
In 1921. Oregon had 1,404 diph
.U.eria casts add 101 deaths; in
1027, 704 cases atd only 36" death.".
Douglas County will ship about
GOO cars of broccoli this season.
CALL FOR WARRANTS
AH General Fund Warrants of
MorrowCounty, Oregon, registai
ed on or before Dec. 31, 1927,
will be paid on presentation at
the office ol the County Treas
urer at Heppner, Oregon, on or
afterMarch 10th, 1928, at which
date interest on said warrants
Dated at Heppner, Oregon,
Feb. 15, 1928.
Leon W. Briggs, Co. Treaa
One imii'li uf uumilii.e iniiktu thf
wlolu worl.l iia. (live u limn u
cImhuI. four (iif-t. a soap l ""J
l.in, mill he liniiMMllati-ly watiis l
l."Hi,ni Ilia Vanillins Auii-rhitii.
I'n.m lhat lime on, he b-llv In tin
Mirvivnl of ti n floeteol. Ho l.im lo
niillor"; "l'rilil iiiake ritM." aie)
'T!ie ntl'iT fi'llow Is alwny wrong."
SPECIAL SALE AND DISPLAY
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FOR ONE ENTIRE WEEK
FEB. 27 TO MARCH 3, INCLUSIVE
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1 20 horse hiich used one
1 8 horse string hitch.
5 setsof bull chii.i harness,
collars and halter-bridles.
Lee Beckntr, lone, Ote.
Joy in Daukt
Eseopt a II. Ins nam tlo re ts nuiti
li'X nuTf woihlnful thai. I l'i'.k ! A
iiH'rKnKe lo in from the ilw.il from
liumnii fouls e limr hiw. Iio llvnl
prhni, lliiiuainl of niilca nway.
And jot thirt", In lloxe lillle ulicets of
hi(mt, itpeak to u, nruiise us, lerrlf
U5, ten :h us. roiiifort un, op-n llu-lr
hfiiru lo us hi brotliiT. i'harlt
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25ct 50ct & $1.00
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California Street, San Frar.cico,
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publican party ticket for the !ull(If.r mIj poi(.ies vhoul.1 they iV
hce ufsheiiff of Morrow Counly le by any unftuthorize(1 i
at thtf primat ies. May 18lh, 19-8. . tnnm assumirr to ,lB lhe gJf,.n,
C. J. U. Ban man
I hereby announce to the voters
of Morrow County that I will he
a candidate for the office of sher
iff on the Republican ticKet. at
the primaries, May 18th, 1923.
G. A. Bleakman.
Paul C. Balsigcr, Agent.
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trees, lead bar sets, select
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ents, these goods were
bought before the advance
in prices and are offered
at very low cash prices.
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