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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1928)
M.8. Pat Medlock.and daush-
terg, iiiaays ana Lame, visited
with Mrs. N
Noel Streeier and Roy D;ar
dorf called in Morgan Thursday.
Mrs. Harbison has employed
Ervin Medluck to care for her
cow during the rush season at
G. C. Hulchcrofl and family
left for the valley last Saturday.
Mrs. Pierotte cam from Poi t
land by stage on Sucday last.
She is visitinK her daughter, M s.
Charlie Christopherson wts a
bnjiness visitor in Morgan Sun
W. Kuban Its has oened a grain
office in the bui.ding next door
; to Judge Robinson's law oifice,
tot Main street, lone.
C. G. Hutchcroft had the mis
fortune to have his grainfields
Citch fire Monday afternoon. The
fire is thouuht to have started
from t car which stopped in an
a -i joining field, lis gas tank was
leaking and when it atarted ia
spark from the exhaust set fire j
to the gai on the ground. The
fire jumped fio.il this field to Mr,
Continued on Vg 4
VOTICB Or BOKO SALE.
NOTIOK IS HKHKBV GIVEN that
the undcrtlKnsd will rciv sealed
bld until 3:iU o'rluck P. M . th lltii
ituy ot August. 1STJ8, and Immediately
(hereafter th bids received will bs
publicly opened by the County Court
lit IK County Court Room In tm Ciu.t
Huuse lu Heppner. Oregon, (or tl
purchase of mn tssu of bonds of Mor
row County, for the construction of
permanent roads therein In the tun of
On hundred thousand dollari tluu.O0u
said bonds to b In denominations of
Oi, thousand dollars itlduu) each,
numbered 1 to luu Inclusive, to bear
date of Aua-ust 1. 19JK. and to mature
serially In numerical order at the rat
of Kive thousand dollars (Hull) on llio
fir: t day of Auk utt m each of tiie Tcaj s
19.14 to 1S6J Inclurivs. said bonds to
bear Interest at the rat of not to ex
ceed Are per cent (5 per cent) per an
nvtx payable semiannually on the Brat
days of February and August principal
and Interest payable In United State
gold coin at the office of the County
Treasurer In Heppner. Oregon, or at
the Final Agency of the Stat of Ore
gon In New York City.
All bonds will be issued bearing th
same rate of Interest and no bid will be
considered which doe not conform to
All bids must be unconditional and
ir'P"' r certified check for
The Court reserves tht right to reject
any and all bids.
Th approving legal opinion of
Teal. Wlnfree. McCulloch and
Bhuler will be furnished tht successful
tSAL GAT M. ANDERSON,
County Clerk. Heppner. Oregon.
We sell everything to write
with and to write on.
Ballard '' Pharmacy
See Dr. Clarke, the Eyesigh
Specialise about jour eyf. II
will beat the lone Hotel all da.
and evening, Saturday, July 21.
Will be represented in the
lone territory by
GEORGE N. ELY
Manag'er, Jordan Elevator
uonc iorget we're in the market this
It wiil pay you to
and see Cole Smith
J. C. Sanford & Son
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to
sell your wheat.
MORKOW COUNTY AT
QREGON STATE COLLEGE
The annual report of the regis
trar, E. B. Lemon, shows that
out of a total enrollment ol 2818
long term students at Oregon
State Agricultural college in the
school year 1927 -23. Morrow Co.
was represented by 2o. Total en
rollment for the year, including
the 1927 summer session and var
ious shott courses reached 5311
as compared with C087 the previ
ous year. Every county in the
state as well as 25 othvr states
were represented in the total.
Students were also in Corvallis
ftom five foeign ccuntrie; China
India, Canada liushssia and Ko
rea, and from Alaska, The I'hil
ipines, Hawaii and the District
of Colnrabia. The UttBt report
for this year's summer setbion
shows students fio n all but four
counties of Oregon and from 19
other states. Total registration is
1385 including special atd jun.or
session students and 707 regular
adult students. Of the la . , 3
are from Morrow County.
! They were very much In love with
ch other, and the young girl hal
but recently accepted an engnjement
rlnj from her sweetheart
AlthouKD everything wm perfectly
planned for their future, the young
man was Inquisitive to the point of
Tell me, dear," he pleaded, "luive
you ever heeu kissed before?"
The girl blushed. She did not know
what to nay for the best
"Well, ye es: only twice," she cnr
"What?" he ahrlcked. "Who by!"
"Pon'l be ridiculous, dear," returned
the girl. "It was only the church
choir and the baseball club."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OTICE is hereby given that
the undersigned has been, ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon, Administra
tor of the estate of Paul Riet
msnn, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present
the same, duly verified, as by
law required, with proper vouch
era attached, to the undersigned
at the law office of F. II Robin
son, at lone, Oregon, within six
months of the first publication
of this notice.
Dated and published the first
time this sixth day of July. 1928.
Administrator of the estate of
Paul Rietmann, deceased.
drop in at the !
as he is buying for!
see him before you J
Notes of Interest to All
The Christian tndeavor meet
mg Lexmgton lust Sunday even
ing wab attended by a small del
gation irom the Heppner C. E.
Society. The program ol the even
ing was most pleasantly varied
from the usual routine by a vo
cal solo rendered by Laurel Beach
with John Condor as accompanist
and by a brief report on the last
Willow Branch Union meeting,
Rev. Thos J. Brady, pastor of
St Patrick's Church, Heppner,
Announces that there will be a
first mass in Heppner on August
19 at 8:30 at which all children
and bab.ts vvi.i be solemnly bless
ed and dedicated lo God. Parents
kindly take notice.
Congregationalists are looking
forward to the convocation of a
Pacific Coast congress of religion
at Portland ee ly in Siptember.
Ccakrrsof national prominence
in all fie'Js of the scivitiesof
the church will be in attendance
.nd a'arge attendance of ihe lai
ty of the Pacific slope states is
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting, Thur., 7:30P. M.
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M.:C. E. at 6:45. P. M.
Prayer Meeting. Wed.. ?:30
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
C. E.:6:30; Preaching Service,
at 7:30 P. M.
WILLOW BRANCH UNION
C. E. SOCIETY
IO.NE LOIHJK No. 120. A. K. AA. M.
JleeU eery firat mid third Wedw.
bay of each mouth. W. si. Koy Kten-d.-r,
Secy., Elmer (Jrltfltb, Trv..
A. A. M: I'nlw.
LrfMMWt rli8iter No. 119. O. K.
MeeU theaecoml nnil fourth Tm
duy of eHeh month. W. M , Mrs. Unr
tha l)lc. Secy., Huth Mason.
10XE LOtMJi: No. 135, I. O. O. V.
jMeetj every Mnttiriliij ereiilng. N.
,U. T. E. reterxou. V. G , E. C. Id .
Iker, Hecy., Lee II nvell, Trei., K .1.
' llfNCH nilASS KKI1KKA II No. Q.
l. O. (). V. M et., first mill lliinl
jThtirHtliiy olem li month. N, J. iiro.,
IMIu McCtinlv. V U. UlHilyt Liimlel.
Secy., Venlit Kit. hie, Tjciik., Klta
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE is he -;by given thatlhe
undersigned vt been appointed
by the County Court of the State
Of Oregon, for Morrow County,
executrix of ihe last will and tes
tament Jeni.i- Nolan, deceased.
All persons hbvingclaimsagainsl
the estate of Jennie Nolan, de
ceased, are hereby notified to
present the same duly verified as
required by law, with proper
vouchers attat htd to the urder
sigred at the thu law office of F.
H. Robinson, at lone, Oregon,
within six moot ha of the date of
the first public t ion of this notice,
the same being dated and pub
lished the firs', lime, Jul) 6, 1928
Executrix of the last Will and
Testament of Jennie Nolan, de
DR.E. E. BAIRD
Office in Fair Building
Open Sundays and evening
Phone M 1012, 1 leppner Ore.
"C. J. WALKER".
Lawyer CO. Notary
Odd fWowi Huilding
: Dermatician :
It. pays to look well:
"Specialist in Bobs"
First National Bank Bldg.
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Cood Meals Best of Service
A.D. McMURDO, M.D.
Physician And Surgeon
Oflice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Heppner - Oregon
lonr, Tuadnri and Fridnri
From B Ooto K).(H) A. M.
F. H.- ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
V III I'rnctlce In All The Court
10NE OREGON .
MImi Zenn W'estfiill. Griicliinte
A. II. Joiinston M. D.
I'lijsli lun la (linrge.
It A TEH HI'.AM()NAItI,r,
Dr. F. E. Farrier
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
J. 0. PETERSON
Paul C. Balsitfer, Acnt.
At PaulG. Balsiger's
Louis Balsiger handdlea all
lines of insurance. Are yon In
lured? After the fire Is too late
Before contracting or jj
selling your wheat it will ;
pay you to see L. Balsiger jj
representing B. G. and Co. j
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One thilisl about this
be made up when you
X choice meats Is just one
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. ,
lone Meat Market, T. E. Peterson
Appartinents For Rent
Electrically lighted, Water connec-
tion, Rent reasonable
:-: Inquire Independent Oflice :-:
"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.
J. P. O'Meara, Proprietor j&
cater to the
wish first class
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I YOU n ALWAYS FIND THE
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VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
In Fine Meats:-:-:;
marker . vntir mlml nppit'nt '.
come In. Our layout ot t
delightfull suancstlon after
patronage ot those who