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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1928)
THE iONE INDEPENDENT
V Published Every Friday by
V. HEAD, Editor Publisher
One Year ..$1.50
mx Monthi ..-. ,5
.hree Montht - .50
Kntrred a second class matter at
he poMoftice at lone, Oregon, under
act of March J, 1879
Friday, May 11. 1928
wareC 'mpnny, $6.25; Honeyman
MaMware, $5 40; Northern Han
ii le Co, $5.40:
The Democratic State Central
Ooinnvttoe tHUKresti the follow
liu of candidates lor state offices;
lvr Conirreas, Walter M. Pierce;
JUate Trersurer. Charles V. Gal-
va; Justices of Supreme Court,
HL'hard W. Montague and Lotus
(Morgan Items Con'td )
The Morgan ball team were
victors in the game played at Lex
Mr. Omar Kietmann called on
Howard Hardesty, Sunday .last.
H. 0 Ely is hauling wood from
ihe Morgan woody ard this week
Mr, and Mrs. Medlock and fam
ily.Mr. and Mr. Ralph McCor
mick and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc
C.'rmick of Lexington were visi
tors at the Georg Mihoney home
CARD OF THANKS
We Wish to say to the kind
friends who extended to us their
aid and sympathy in so generous
a measurthat our appreciation of
what they did for us in our recent
tercvement is beyond the power
of words to express.
F. E Everson and family.
As we go to press we learn
that Bert Mason'a store was bro
ken into this Friday night by
robbers who apparently were in
quest of cash only. Finding none
they trie i theR. It. station. Fit d
iug the agent on gpa'd they fled
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Meillchie fur (lie
(inut twelve j-rarn
Will be in The Dalles on Wednes
day, May 16, at The Dalles Hotel
and in Pendleton, on Thursday,
May 17. at .the Dorion Hotol.
Office Hours. 10.00 A.M.
to 4:00 P. M.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Ir. Mi'llftlilo U a lYgulur nnnlu
lite in iMcillclne mill HiirK'T.v and l
licenced ljr the Htnte of On-goti. He
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WRITE IN THE NAME
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REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
Representative in Congress
PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 18
S. E. NOTSON-
FAVORS Construction of Un:a::iL; Rap
More liberal forestry policy.
Unflinching enforcement of 18th Amend
ment. Court to settle international disputes,
with proper protection of natl:na. integ
rity. More liberal federal suppot of good roads.
Development of resources of Northwest
Outlawry of war.
Just treatment of former soldiers.
Was born and reared on a farm and is familiar
with farmer problems.
Write in and mark thus: XS.E. NOTSON.
MOTTO: Juit and fair trw.it.ucnt lor all In all thin.
Paid adv, by Notson-for-Con g: - Club. Sp.ncer Crawford,
Secretary, Hepj nr, Oregon.
For Delegate to Republican Na-
tional Convention for Nomination
of President and Vice-President.
Fred E. Kiddle
of Union County. Delelegate-at-large
Voters will find his name on the ballot as follows;
2o Fred E. Kiddle
"Hoover for PresiJnt, McNary for Vice Pres'dent"
Y.UR CONS1DERATIN AT THE POLLS
Fred F. Kiddle
Candidate for Delegate to the Republican
(Paid Ad ertisement)
Dont forget we're in the market this:
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ii win )dy yuu iu urop in ai ine J
IV - . f
warmers Lievator ?
land see Lole smith as he is buying fort
J; C. Sanford & Son j
i STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by j
It will pay you to see him before you
DR. E. E. BAIRD
Office in Fair Building.
Open Sundays and evenlnKS
Phone M 1012, HeppncrOre.
"C. J. WALKER"
Lawyer CO. Notary
Vtld Ftlluwt Huihlmg
It. pays to look well.
"Specialist ;n Bobs"
First National Bank Bldg.
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Service
Physician And Surgeon
Ofiice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppncr, - Oregon
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
i . .
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it will
pay you to see L Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
T . AaaAAAaAAAAilaA&Alx a a 1 1 a A
Variety In Fine Meats:-:-:
One thing about this market - your mind need'nt !
be made up when you come In. Our layout ol ;
choice meats is Just one dclightfull suggestion after i
l another. Yes, even if you don't see what you have '
your taste set for just speak up. No doubt that ;
particular cnt is in our refrigerator.
1 1 lone Meat Market, T. E. Peterson
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Appartmtnts For Rent
Electrically lighted, Water connec
tion, Rent reasonable
:-: Inquire Independent Ofiice :-:
'IONE BLACKSMITH SHOP"
We are prepared to take care of your
shafting requirements by the installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
in a wide range of sizes. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
P. OMeara, Proprietor j&
.Mn I n in.'
Heppncr - Oregon
hint. Tuefilux 1 at i'lil.iyt
1'rt-m 'JitUio li.x X XI.'
I H. ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
H III I'riu tiif In All I lii- Cciirln j it X
IONE OREGON X bj
cater to the patronage ot those who
Mima Zfliu UfHtfiill, Oriidiml
A. H. Johnstcn M. D.
riO'xIrlfiil In ( Imrgw.
- IIA I l.H ItKASONAItLP,
wish first class accommodations.
Hi George Ritchie, Prop.
i Heppner Oregon lit YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
VERY BEST AT THE
Morrow i i in nly roii....iiilriinKi
Mimtcr, (.'Iiiih. Irkl imlfr
. 'l'Xt llllftllltf
contract your wheat.
Dr. F. E. Farrier
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
LoaJ. Wood, B. M.
Accredited piano teacher
? m ivvm id wrnri amh I
COAL FROM COLE
I 4f A ! t
::? u K-U'ii . ttvn-u-"
Paul C. Balsiger, Agent.
At Paul G. Balsiger's
Louin Balsiger -handdleg all
lineiof insurance. Are you In.
lured? After the fire is too lute
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, bTAR and AERMOTOR -WIND
MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER