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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1928)
10NE, ORECON, FRIDAY, March 16, 1928
Franklin Ely cull d on Jamea
Hardesty Sunday evening and
engaged him to haul a load of
hay to the Harbison place Mon
See those new silk dresses at
Mason's, just arrlvid fioro New
York. All one price, $9 95
Mr. and Mra. Stan'ay Seely
wer visiting.Mr. and Mra. Chrli
topheraon, Saturday last.
For flra Insurance aee J. E.
The paat week the Morgan vi
cinity waa vliited by the uaual
cold, windy March weather but
thia Tueaday evening we are re
celving a nice rain.
Mr. Bert Palmatetr received
his new disc I a Jt Friday.
Mr. 11. 0. Ely Is busy treating
wheat, getting ready lor the
Cla$$e$ Slow to Movo
Indl vidua li eometlrm rite bore
MlftihoMit elaeeao never. Herd mor
Illy la eenturlee behind Individual
aaarallt. Deao w. a. lot.
Mra. Bert Pa'mateer and chil
doen spent Sundsy with. Mr. At. 'j
Troedson and family. -
Mrs. Eite Baurenfeln and Mrs.
Nellie Walters spent Sunday
with H. 0. Ely and family. Mr.
and Mri. Mar in Baurenfeind
called there in the evening of the
Mr. and Mra. Ekelberry were
calling at H. 0. Ely's laet Sun.
Mr. Rood Ekleberry bought
soma Federation wheat of Hal
E y, last week.
Mrs' Fred Pettyjohn and chil
dren of Rhea Siding la visiting
with her sister Ella at Morgan.
Mrs. H. 0. Ely haa been trouh
led with neuralgia the past week.
Mr. John Naah waa over to
see his family last Sunday.
Mrs. Ellis Minor waa demon
strating a Maytag washing ma
chine, at Mra. Ely's. lastSatur
Smaller f he Larger
Airplane builder today are taking
eognlaance of the fact that Ineect
bate larger wlnga than blrdi In pro
portion to their bodlee,
Spring & Summer j
Mens made to meas
Now On Display!
We guarantee a fit.
"Prices Are Right"
Bristbw & Johnson
Mrs. Este Baurenfeind and
Mrs. Nellie Walters visited with
Mrs. Hardesty and daughter,
Mrs. Ethel Mahoney reciived
some fine chinchilla rabbits from
Cervals, Oregon last Tuesday.
Miss Edith Ely spent Friday
night with friends in lone.
A band oi Bob Thompson's
sheep were woved through Mor
gan lst week.
Mrs. H. 0. Ely is quite proud
of her new washing machine.
Mrs. C. C. Ilutchcroft was call
fng in Morgan last week.
Mra. Eudora Seely and mother,
were calling on Mrs. Ekleberry,'
Mrs. Davidson and children
have moved back to the ranch.
The friends of the Hrrbisons
are glad to know tbey are improv
ing slowly. They have left the
hospital and are now with one of j
their daughters at Hillsborough. '
Carrie Medlock called on Mrs.
Hsrdesty last Thursday.
See Swanson for Insurance.
Joe Howk is sgain at the post
of duty at the K. R. station. On
his way home he stopped in The
Dallea long enough to invest in a
Dodge sedan. Mr, Dole, who sub
stituted for Mr. Howk is now at
Heppner Junction, aubstituting
for the R. K. Agt. there. '
Lucy E. Kodgers, of Heppner,
a graduate of the Washington
Slate Normal School at Belling
ham and the holder of a Life Ctr
fit I .
imcaie. one nas naa a year anu
a half of study at the Washing
ton State College and seven year
experience as a teabher in the
upper grades, twoyearsof which
has been at Heppner.
National First Aid Week is
March 18th to 24th. Be prepared
to give first atd.
Bullards Pharmacy. '
Don't miss the He Mots con
Cert at the Christian church, on
Friday, March 23. Admission, 25
and 60 cents.
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Op
tical Co., 2G0 A. Alder Street, j
Portland, Oregon, Eye Sight;
Specialists, will be in lone all
day and evenimg, Monday, Mar.
20, at the lone Hotel. SEE HIM
ABOUT YOUR EYES.
Paul C. Balslger, Agent
At Paul C. Balsiger'
Tapping Maple Trees
Tapping only out place on a trot
prolonga tba lift of thai tree. Largo
Krai-growth treea may 60 tapped In
two ami eonietlmeo llirte placo wltb
nut Injury, but It la dlaaruoua to tap
In two plan-e near together, Id order
to collect the aap from tbo two la oot
' Tha yeara dlvtilble bjr 100 are never
leap year oicapt when alao dlvlalble
by 400. Tba 1700, 1800 and 1900
wi re Dot leap yeara, but tbo year 2uoo
The members of the lone Lodce
of Masons have been improving
the grounds about their hall 1 his
week by leveling and tre) plar.t
This week those who are to rep
resent lone in the county orator
leal contest are to be selected.
Your vision foggy? Have head
aches? Dizz'ness? Floating spots?
See Dr. Clarke, EyeSightSpe ial
int. in lone, March 20th at the
lone hotel. Consultation free.
State Supt. of Banks, V. A.
Schramm and Depty. Supt. 0. A.
Oleson were in lone Wednesday
on business connected with the
liqnida Ion of the Bank of lone.
Whi e hi re they went out to
the pchriver ranch and inspected
the items of personal property
stil hele by the State Banking
Drpirtment in the interest of the
creditora They were accmpanied
by C R. Gunz.el. ' ,
A large assortment of New
Spring Style Silk Dresses which
sstl at $9.95 has been received
this week at Masons. ,
One dark red calf about three
months old strayed from the Eu
bsnks place, information may te
left at The Independent office.
' Simple CooJneia
Mine inn) nxirt. cliirl,. wo It-Brn thai
II li iiuI i'riiri ii.lit.' or great weulth
11 coiiiiM tin .i for imcf UMpftilneftH
In Hit nurlil, luil iiluij.lt! giMxlneaH.
The lift. Hint u upright, tin compan
ionship 1 hist la kind, honest and
Honor Him never full, mo word tbnt
n't ! t nutted, thene are all iiround
i. in U ili.') iirnkv up tno comfort of
IIIIIIIU HXM.tllllillU. V
In Turkey, Hyrln and Armenia the
women wenr garment of cr leal Ial
L-itje aa an emblem of mi-urnlng
Plans have been accepted for
a one hundred and fifty thousand
dollar building at Linf'eld college.
( Portland lumber exports for
February were 22,948,910 feet.
The United. States has opened
2,160 acres of homestead land
near Paisley with preterence to
uri J XV . ..i..i
vrvriu 1101 icici.ii.i v
A 15,000 case crop of aepara
gus is predicted for Hood River
The taxpayers of Multnomah
I County will this year pay $17,
376 158.40 in taxes. Of thi
amount. $7,099,208.42. or more
than 40 per cent, was levied as a
result of a direit vote of the
people. Of the money raised for
state purposes more than or 70.28
percent in from taxes authorized
py direct vote of the people.
1 Keep Slicking to It
Perseverance I more prernll'nt
than violence; and mnnv thln,; which
cannot be overcome when they are
together, yield themaelvee up when
taken little by little. Plutarch.
Production of Borax
Bonn U an Inorgnnlc sail and la
native where found. It li a crystal
line compound and (he ho raj of
commerce I accured by refining tbo
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THE KODAK STORE
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL 1
I hereby announce to the voter
of Morrow County my can' idncy
for the office of County School
Superintendent and that my name
will appear on the Republican
ticket at the primary election on
May 18. 1928.
Licy E. Hodgers.
FOR COUN IT CLERK
I hereby announce that I will
baa candidate for nomination
for the office of County Clerk of
Morrow County on the Republi
can ticket at the Primary election
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for nomination on the Re
publican party ticket for the of
lice of ahetiff of Morrow County
at the primaties, May 18th, 1928
C. J. D. Bauman
I hereby announce to the voters
of Morrow County that I will be
a candidate for the office of sher
iff on the Republican ticket, at
the primaries, May 18th. 1923.
0. A. Bleak man.
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The De Moss family of entertainers whose picture is shown above
are to appear for a concert at the lone Christian church,. March 23.
I R. RODISON
The most pow-;
erful six cylinder
car under one thou
sand dollars in
price and only
' Tbo difference between whole wheai
floor and graham flour It that tlirrv
la leaa coarae bran la the aocalic
whole wbeat flour than In the gnihuni
Aleiandei Graham waa the Oral u
aUvtM-ate milling the entire wliem
adding nothing to It 'and auhtrniilnt
outhlng Iroin It. In aouie uillla tin
whole wheul flout la a product ol tin
whole wheal put through a priH-em. t
take out the cnarwM bran.
The Unknown Hero
The great public benefacti.r on
whoae tnmh we, aa a man of aedenltiry
puraulta, Intend to Iny a wreath aa
toon aa we can find oul where the
tomb la, la the Inventor of the too
panta aull. Ohio iltala Journal
THE TWIN CITY FIRE IN
SURANCE CO. Of MiNNEAPO
LIS. MINNESOTA, hereby gives
notice that its Grain soliciea Nos.
1 to 25, serial 128, Inclusive, here
tofore furnished to its former
asrent. W. T. McNabb at lone.
Oregon, have become lost, and
that it. will not be liable for loss
under naid policies should they
be Issued by any unauthorized
person assuming to be the agent
of thia company. '
Signed: Joy Lichtenstine, Man
ager, Pacific department. 720,
California Street, San Francisco,
If you have spring Seed
ing to do it will pay you to I
At J. A. Williams9 ranch.
Smooth, hard summerfallovv with
a heavy sta nd of tar weed is being
worked to, perfection. This job must,
be seen to know the value of the