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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1928)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, March. 9, 1928
Mr. and Mrs. A! Trojdson were
shopping in M-rjiii and lone
Mr. H. 0 Ely and Mr. Palma
teer wer rolling wheat Wednes
day. Mr. 0. L. Lundell of Rhea
Creek tailed on the willow Creek
Poultry Karm. Tueaday, and left
n order for 11. I. Ited chick.
Mra. C!ea McCormlck vtsited
with Mrs. Mahoney, Tuesday.
Mrs. Ethel Mahoney called on
"Mrs. Pat Medlock, Tueaday even
Leon Lotran of Cecil waa visit
ing John Nash'e laat Monday.
Mra. J. A. Harhaeof Portland
waa a Morgan yisitor laat Mon
Mr. and Mra. Hal Portweatand
Mra. K. J. Guinea, boih of Con
don left a nice order for Leghorn
chicks with the Willow Creek
Poultry Fa m.
Mr Stanley Seely it working on
the Cartright place.
Alvin Ely, accompanied by hie
aiktera Edith and Margaret took
in lha masquerade bail at Ichea
Siding Saturday night.
Mr Noah Petljjohn and J. K.
Hardeaty went out to nee Mr. Ma
honey and Mr. Cosnett last Sun
day. Quotation$' Great Va'ut
Tin wlxloin ill llw ! mul ilt
wipvrtaira r igr inn? br prvaervmi
Tula romn'unlritllug uf a man'a artt
m hit friend marka two ruiitnirjr f
fiN-u; tit H riliuhlmli Jt and rul
tHU frtafs In halve ' ikvr It m
nun that liiiiiinrlh hli i)i In III
friend bill h Jojruh tha nrr; mul n
I. inn that Impartrlb hla rt-f Is hi
frlMiJ bvl a (rlavaiu tba laaa. Urn
Miss Opal Pettyjohn in work
Ing for Mrs, Ellin Minor.
Mm. Medlock'a father and
motner are visiting her now,
Mra. Eviio Palmateer and chil
dren were calling on Mre. 11. 0
Ely, loHt week.
MissGlabys Medlock Is viHiting
her cousin, Mm. Alta C'lta forth.
Mrs. 11. 0. Ely spent Wednea
day with Mrs. Bert Palmuteer.
Mrs. Eudora Sely and Mra.
Hsrdesty visited with Ethel Ma
hone, Wednesday afternoon,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Franklin Ely
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra.
11. Hyndof Cecil.
Mra. C. C. Ilutchcroft visited
with 'Mra. Eteel Mahoney, Fri
Mr. II. 0. Ely is atill pretty
lame as tha result of his car acci
dent, of last week. -
Mrs. Emit Swanson and chil
dren called in Morgan, Sunday,
w hile on their way to spend tht
day with Mr. and Mra. Ult Lind.
Mrs. Eudora Seely epentSatur
lay t.ight with Mra Ests Uauren
Mra. Nellie Walters came with
Martin and Zoe Baurenfeind to
visit her sister. Mra. Ksta Bau
renftliid, and other friends.
At the meeting of the City
Council lait Toesda everting, in
! addition to the dispatch of routine
buttinrxs and the approval of cur
rent bills for payment, notice?
1 were oieredsent to property owi
era relative to the cleaning up ol
negUcted premises and the re
moval of fire hamds.
A road grader waa ordered
purchased at a cost of $485.
They Must De Awful
Wife I bmiKlil fn n lim-ljr hoi n
ilpirnl Tlivy'r Juki Ilia uluul ol
jrour DtwiiiiohliiK Jni ki-l IH a anmri
llttlt rvd and gulil IiiiikI nn.un.i (hem
tbal (ora beuullfiilljr with th llnlnc
Stanley Seely had a narrow ea-
rape wnun ins car turned iurie
coming down the grade above
the Noah Pettyjohn place. The
car is a wreck but Mr. Seely es
caped with a good shaking up.
Mrs. C.C. Hulchccroft'a moth
es left on the Wednesday morn
Mr. and Mra. Martin Hauren
feind left Tuesday afternoon for
Portland. Miss Edith Ely and Al
vin Ely are taking care of -the
store for them. .
Mr. and Mra. ilardesty and
Mrs. Ed Kietmann mad a poul
try and incubator deal last Mon
Mra. William Davidson was to
see Mrs. Ethel Mahoney on bust
nets last Monday.
Howard Hardeaty is helping C
C. Ilutchcroft for a few days.
Spring & Summer
Mens made to meas
Now On Display!
We guarantee a fit
"Prices Are Right"
Bristow & Johnson
Hear this perfect toned instrument
at our store. These instruments have
no rivals in tone quality. There is no
comparison with the old type phono
graph and this modern instrument.
We have accepted the agency for
Orthophonic Victrolas, Records, Pi
anos, etc. ,
Ted Troge purchased a new
Gulbranson piano of the Pendle
ton,. Music Mouse throngh Bui
lard s Pharmacy, the local ager-
cy, this week.
Our genial R. II. Station Agent,
Joe liowk, iBspendingafewdMVS
in Portland this week. In his ab.
8ence, air. C. F. Doi.Ua in charge
of local U. P. Susiness.
Why worry over a stand of
On March 4th Mr. E. C. Hull
ker was very pleasantly surprised
by having a crowd assembled to
lielp him celebrate his birthday.
Mr. Heiiker happened to be
away from home for a couple of
hours on Sunday morning and on
his return found a houseful of
friends and neighbors waiting to
help eat the big birthday cake.
Those present at the birthday
dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. II. U.
weeds in the wavof spring seed- Rankin and family, Mr.and Mrs
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for nomination on the lie
publican party ticket for the o!
lice of ahetiff of Morrow County
at (he primaries, May 18th, 1928.
C. I. D. Bauman
1 hereby announce to the voter?
of Morrow County that I will b'
a candidate for the office of sher
iff on the Republican ticket, at
the primaries, May 18th, 192?.
('.. A. Bleak man.
Paul C. Balsiger, Agent.
At Paul G. Balsiger's
ing when a new Cheney will put
them out of the vuy.
Plana are being mace for the
electrisation of. the Jordan Ele
Delbert Cochran whose severe
illnesa was noted last week is
now well or, rim wap to recovery.
A clock in the kitchen means
better meals and on time.
County Agent Smith was in
the vicinity of lone this week,
Mock of local crop conditions.
John P. Louy was ijuite indif
pod the later part of last week
hul Ima aimm In ixrirlc htrniii.
Mr. J. 0. Peterson and Mr.
Buhn of Heppner were business
visitors in lone last Saturday. Mr.
Pttrson has purchased the jew-
jelry business and stock of Mr.
'B'jhnin Heppner and will con
tinue the business at the same
atore. Repair work for Mr. Teter
son maybe left at Engelman't
Mra. Mariraret Low has been
quite ill eicce laat Saturday and
!t still bedfast.
Public school students are but
jiiy drilling in preparation for the
coming county oratoracie contest.
The local iryouts will be hel.t
' some time in tt e near future but
the exact date baa not been de
Lambing conditions, weundti
J. Y. Gibson and family, Mr. and
Mrs. P. C. Peterson and three
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. bchle
voitfht, 'Arch ('ogswtll, Oswald
Putnam, E. 0. Zick, Andrew"
Jam a and Dannv Porter and Mr.
and Mrs. Heiiker and childrm.
Thi Portland City Council has
approved p.ana for a $1,500.00
Front Street market
Railroads now pay in taxes
more than twice as much as it
cost to run the government in
Last year Tilamook creamer
ies made 7,zo5.i41 pounda ol
cheese, worth $1,784,761 from
65.901,395 pounds of milk.
The U" S. Government will
spend added $47,100 to improve
Crater Lake road.
Big Fellow Get Off
We all Imve our trial, but It seam
as If the ii-cecutlon were aitrtmal
wenk to (nine caaea.
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
In the mater of the liquidation of tl.c Pa k of lone, insolvent.
Till? TWIN riTV FlltE IN
SURANCE CO. OF M NNEAPO htv f" been uite f,v
M mimvota hprPhv irive oraoie, wun me per
notice that its Grain solicies Not.
i to 25, serial 128. inclusive, here
tofore furnished to its former
4gent.' W. T." McNabb at lone.
Oregon, have become loBt, and
that it. will not be liable for'loss
tinker taid policies should they
he isaucrl by n"," u"authorizec)
tursQi) assuming lobe the agent
of this company.
Signed: Joy Lichtenstine, Man
uger, Pacific rlepartment,
California Street, San Francisco,
The Skovbe apsaries ot Hermis
ton took first place on alfalfa
honey at San Francisco honey
Brick and stone construction
has begun on (he $350,000 cllege
memorial hall at Cqrvallis'
Alfalta hny in considerable a
mount is being shipped from Jor
Walter Eubanks has added
235 white leghorn chickena to hia
Mr. and Mra. W. E. Bullard
a-id children spent Sunday in
Heppner, where they were the
guests of Rav. and Mrs. Spanning.
I R. ROBISON
The most pow
Jcrful six cylinder
IONE BUSINESS PROPERTY AS
WELL AS GOOD FARM LAND OF
FERED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE.
The property listed below is a part of the assets of the Bank o
lone. Insolvent, and bona fide offers will be received by A. A.
Schram, Superintendent of Banks of the State of Oregon, in charge
of the affairs of the Bank of lone, Insolvent. Saleir, Oregon, for any
br all of the following desciibed property, subject to the approval of
the Circuit Court.
Bids should be in writing and a cbuk in the amount of ten per
cent of the bid should be attached tothe of.er and mailed so that they
will be received by A. A.Schramm, Supcrindent c( Banks, Salem,
Oregon, by not later than 4 o'c.ccl, P. M. on March 15th, 19"i8.
The right Is hereby reserved to reject any or all bids.
THREE VACANT EUSINESS LOTS IN THE HEART
OF THE CITY
Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 3, Original town of lone, Oregon.
THE BANK OF IONE CORNER AND LOT ADJOINING
AJAilinn In thp Tnwn nl lnn.
160 A. OF LAND KNOWN AS THE THE .'DORE
a as I -
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I REQUIRES A
Miss Head of the public achio
teacing furce spent thewitk-
end with her brother, John A.
Head ho is manager of tie
Warren Packing Co 'a canner
at Warrendalf , Oregon.
It is reported that John McDev
i itt is about to remove from Mar
row County and locate in Uma
lilla County, not far from Pen
Mr. Ed Busche, wh has jur
chased the Schn'-er p ace, on
taking posfiEEion, fine's a con
siderable amount of farm equip
ment of unknown ownership ar.d
lakes this means of asking Kit
owners to rtmove it.
It is reporter) lhae County Com
miasioner L. P. Davidson will be
a candidate for renpmination in
the Republican primaries.
As we goto press we learn of
the serious and perhaps fatal in
jury of L. II. Windsor who. ac
cording to a newa story carried
by the East Oregonian. was run
down by an automobile, near the
city of Sacremento. Cal. He sua
tained a broken back, broken pel
via bone, fractured leg and sever
a', broken ribs.
Mr. Windsor is a nephew of
William Windsor of laue. He was
born at Social Ridge, Morrow Co.
Oregon, in 1891 and has lived in
Lexington and laterly in Pti die
ton where his mother, Mrs. Ruth
Barnett, now has her home.
ThHt November II win the (lute on
wlili'h wua ulinicd the AnnlnlUe willed
Oliiled llio World wnr I lliilvermil
known, hm fewer c? nniy lie aurc
of the rtnle Hie I'enee treaty wan
alsned-Junr 2. l!IO
A Thought tor Today
I alwn.va (ilm-ked a tlilxt'le and
p lull I cil l flower wliera I llionuhl
(lower would Krow.-Aliriiliiini l.lui'oln
R. 24. E.
The west half of the west half of Section 33, Twp. 2 S.
W. M. Morrow County, Oregon.
160 A. of land known as the Lorenzo Jakes Ranch!
The east half of the west half of Section 33, Twp. 2 S R. 24 E. YV.
M., Morrow County, Oregon.
508.79 A. OF LAND KNOWN AS THE C. C. CHICK
The fractional south half of Section 7. Twp. 1 N. R. 24 E. V.
M. The west half of the S. E. quarter, the South half of N, E.
duartcr of Section 10. Twp. 1 N. R. 24 E. W. M., Morrow Co.,
AH of the above property free and clear of all Incumbrances. ,
If you have spring Seed
1 ing to do it will pay you to
It NEW CHENEY
At J. A. Williams, ranch.
Smooth, hard summerfallow with
a heavy stand of tar weed is being
worked to perfection. This job must
be seen to know the value of the