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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1928)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, July 20, 1928
IONE HIGH SCHOOL
COACH AT COWALUS
THOS. DAVIDSON TAKES
Orpoon State College,
Corvatlta. July 19 Spe.l
Thoi. J. Davidson, hiuh school
coach at lone, was enrolled in the
Rockne-Schlnler courie In foot
ball given at the Oregon State
College summer session this year. County, Ore,, within six months
Davidson 1st graduateof Oregon of the dtite of the first publica
State. tion of this notice, the lame be
Toll the fourth year Kockne nK dated and publiuhed the first
has given hli course In football t,me June
John II. Cochran,
NOTICE TO CKEDITOKS
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of the State
ot Oregon, administrator of the
estate of Archie U. Cochran, de
ceased. All persons having claims
awalnstaald estate are hereby no
tilled to to present the ssme duly
verified as required by la, with
proper vouchers attached to the
undersigned at the oflice of F.
II. Itobinaon, at lone, Morrow
hart, more than 100 coaches were
enrolled The total registration
la 131)8, 15 per cent Increase
ove last year. Kockne will be
back for the 1929 lummersea ion.
Kockne and Schissler are glv
Ing similar course at Hastings
college, Neb., prior to Kockne's
Bailing for Europe to conduct an
Olympic games tour.
Administrator of the Estate of
Archie B. Cochran, deceased.
See F. II. Kol-lnson for all kinds
of in sura nee, Autombile Grain,
or Combine Harvester.
At the residence of Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, Second Street, lone.
Experienced nurse; reasonable
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Op Il
eal Co., 360 A Alder Street,'
Portland. Ore., EYESIGHT Si'E rates. Call or address Mrs. Ethel
CIALISTS. will be in Jone, all Kitchie, lone. Oregon,
day and evening, Saturday. July
21. at the lone Hotel. See him a 1 UK bALL
bout your eyea 1 ton Ford truck. Goud condi-
See Louis Balalger for fnsur- tion. Price $150.00 Call or write
nee. T. C. Troge, lone, Oregon.
Kodak Pictures of Livestock
Kodak pictures of livestock are valuable sell
ing aids for you besides, they'll be mighty
interesting for you to look over in the years
And livestock photography is but one of the
many uses to which a Kodak may be put on
We'll be glad to show you the latest
Kodak models and how easily they work
stop in on your next trip to town.
Autopuphic Kodaks are as low as $j
"The Kodak Store"
:: Our new line of made to measure
: : Suits. Any two piece suit in the whole
t Headquarte for Groceries and
"We Try To Please"
i;Bristow & Johnson
Roy Llenallan had a visit from
thieves Monday right. They took
the magneto from his combine
which was standin In a field on
the John McOevitt ranch. The
thieve carefully brushed out their
tracks and left no trace.
Mis. II. A- Werst and children
of Silcott, Washington are the
guests of Mrs. Wersta mother,
Mrs Emily McMurray.
S. M. Warfield will represent
the Interior Warehouse Company
at Lexington this season. The
business will be handled through
lone office of the Balfour -Guth
rie Co., L, Balsiger agent
Prof. C. J. Mcintosh of the
State College Extension Def art
ment visited the lone Indep- nd
ent on Monday of this week in
the interest of courses of study
Pyramid Built Eight
Thomand Yean A 30
t'rhii the oldeat monument In
America la-CulrulIro (Meeting I'lacv for
Singing mil Kanclng), three tier yr-
mid, which only half an hou by
motor from Mexico City. I'rnf. Broii
Cummlngi of the fnlreralty of Art
sona recently undertook the excava
tion of thla mound at the requeM of
tr. Manuel Oamlo and with the a Nt
Be of (ha Mexican gorerninenL The
TO HOLDERS OF
Liberty Loan Bonds
Tht Tmiorr offara a ne
ili p.r.c.nt. II 1$ yaar
Ttaatury bond In aachanga
lot Third Liberty Loan Bonda.
Tha naw bonda will beat
Inl.r.it from Jaf 16, 92l.
Intwaat an Third tlbarty""
Loan Bonda aurr.nd.r.d for
nchanga will ba paid In full
to Btpumbw 15, Mi.
Hold.ta ahould conault thai,
feanka at onca for further da.
taila of thia oflaring.
Thud Liberty Loan Bonds
mature on September 15,
1928, and will cease to
bear interest on that date.
A. W. MELLON,
Secretary of tha Treaaory
Waahlnglon, July S, 192.
Mrs, Rietmann and Miss Kern
Engelmsn left, Monday for Port
land where Mrs Kietmann will
have dental work done.
StrauHs & Co. have openrd an
of f flee in the builu'lng just below
the law office of F. 11. Itobinson;
Mrs.' Elmer Griffith is enjoy
Ing a visit from her sinter, Mrs.
H. Cunningham and her niece,
Miss Winnifred Turner. Mrs.
Cunningham is district deputy
for the Royal Neighbors of Ainer
lies in northern Idaho. She is on
her way from Post Falls Idaho
to Raymond, Wash. Mis Turner
has been Home Economics in
structor in the Lcwiston high
school for the past three years
See Swanson for insurance.
: Mr. W. Kennedy, represetative
of the North Western National
Bank registered at the lone Ho
tel this week.
Homer Mankin had the misfor
tune to have his arm broken aa
be was cranking the engine of a
combine. The accident occurred
at the E l Engelman place at half
past two this Friday afternoon.
Both bones of the right fore
arm were broken.
. Walton Young, whose home is
in California, zs visiting with his
brother, F, A. Young om Goose
Miss Gwendolyn Joneu of Port
land ia visiting her sister, Mrs.
E. J. Blake.
Mrs. Alex Thompson left Pun
day morning for a two we ks
stay in Portland anifGresham.
Mary Katherine, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Blake, who
his been ill for some time, is at
Trying to Help
lira. Blank returned home onenftr
noon after cotuulllng i phyalrliin v.Uh
Hi announcement Hint alia had li.vn
mlvlHed to reduce the amount ot c-ir-Itohydnitea
In tier diet. A few hour
luter the fumlly aaaemlileo for dinx-r
prepared by the eook, whan all nt m.-e
Mr. Wank looked up to ace Munly
lifting aome of the vegplublea off lite
"Why, Muncty, hut'a the tmiit-'t.
tVo't we gt anything to em?" an::te
ona asked tha cook.
"No. aire, yon don't pet thl. Ifa
gol loo ninny hydropholilua In It," :ie
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Low fares all parts of mid
west, south and east.
Fine fast trains.
Zloo Natloul Park
Craad Canyon Nat'l Ph.
Rocky Mowatain Natl Pku
Par lUuttratrd Boort, Rncnra
tiooa and Infarmauon.aUUrcM
Aamt aanwd bciow.
I one, Oregon.
l R. ROBISON
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III t vv nen you Duy?
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you get the
' for your
Board and Room
By the day, week or
month. Transient meals.
Home coAl.'!.,, urrvctllcl
service andtne tijjltt price.
Second St., lone, one block
from the school house.
Mrs. John Grimes
For style, price and quality try
Star Brand Shoes. Bristow nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Loran Hale are
enjoying a vacation in the moun
tains. Mrs. Hale and Miriam are
at Blue Mountain hot springs,
while Mr, Hale attends tominir g
interests in Baker county. In the
absence ot the Hales their house
will be occupied by Mr. and Mr?.
There will be mass in lone at
the home of Paul O'Meara, on
Sunday, July 22, at eight o'clock,
home again but not al.le to sit up
The special school election was
rememered by but few of the elec
tors.-The transportation measure
AFTER 43 YEARS
Conty 'Agent Smith Announ
cts Meaetirgs of Turkey
Raisers at lone and
Two meetings of the Morrow
county turkey growers will be
held at Board man and lone, July
2G. through thef forts of Charlts
W. Smith, county agent, with
Mrs. C. U. Brink, secretary of
the H ho Turkey Growers asso
ciat: i-, u. i incipal speaker. The
firt. ..,g will be held at
at Boardman at 2:30 and thestc
ond a i '. at 8 in the evening.
"Turkey growers will remem
ber that the people of Hermiston
marketed their turkeys through
the I. aho association last year
Forty and three years ago, Mrs.
Mary Barlow of Eugt ne and her
sister, Mrs Pt arly Moore, now of
C'arinda, Iowa, were separated vr Lucctssfullj "aay&Mr. Smi:h
and wert not again united till ( d -n effort ia being made to
Monday of this week when they .have the Idaho people expand
met in the home of Mre. Barlow's theoperation'in Morrow County,
daughter, Mrsr Lee Howell. (The turkey crop is much larger
Mrs. Moore will te heie a few .this year than last and unless
and then go on to Portland for a
short visit with friends before re
turning to her home in Iowa.
Mrs. Moore is quite charmed
with our Oregon c'imate and
on her return to the cornfields
of Iowa will be'one more recruit
for the Boost Oregon Club.
Echo prr pjses a bond issue for
Canyon City has a COO acre
Medford plans to buy a 320
acre airpart field.
some effort is made to dispose
of some of the crop from Oregon
in the eastern slates thia year
there wiil in ail probability be a
fk'Od upon the market at Thanks
giving and Christmas."
Mrs. Brink wiil discuss the
woi kings of the Idaho Associa
tion and its method of selling,
cost and prepating turkeys for
the market, and a representative
of the Extension service of the
The City of Portland has con
tracted for the construction of
aii part hangars to cort 35.000.
GET THOSE WEEDS NOW
The new Cheney Weeder
will get the weeds and put a
mulch on the ground and
help hold down land blows
as well as work well on stub-
ble plowing. Get your or
ders early as they are go
ingiast. BERT I MASON
We Pay the top
Market Price for j
Butter Fat !
:: and we need allthe No. 1 cream pro-:
; duccd in Morrow County. Ship your J
i next can to the JMorrow to. Lm ry to.,
We are agents for DeLavalle .