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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1928)
IHE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friilay by
V. W. HEAP, Fditor TiiLiisher
hi' HS(. KlI' l'lON
One Yt.ir $1 iO
ix Month - 75
. hrcc Months .50
Kntfred as second class matter it
hr piwnlticr. at lone, OrfKon. under
act of March J. W9
Friday, A ieust 10, 1928.
AVst n not unit ting
The hn.iv career,
h'est is the titling
Of self to one's sphere-
Continual fromPg I
You have to day delivered your
campsny's checks in the total a-
mount of $4029 09 in full settle
ment of his policy.
I want to express my appecia
tion of this settlement by the,
New York Life and to you for
me courteous way it has been
siifntdJ II. Cochran
For parts of anv standard mag
neto see I. R Rohiaon.
Mrs. Juanita Kietmann ha a
. new Remington Portable purrhhs
through the local Miency, Dul
Notice i hereby given that the Farmer Elevator Company of lone. Oregon, at
Its office in lone. Oregon, on Saturday. Sept. 1st,, 192. at the hour of 2:M o'clock of
said day, will offer for sale, and sell u the highest bidder, the following described
shares of the capital stock of said Company which show due and delinquent on the
original purchase thereof, and all sharei of the capital stock showing default has b.-rn
made in the payment of assessments or anv. part thereof.or as many shares thereof be
fold as may be necessary for the payment of the assessment due against all shares held
by any one person or persons, together with interest, costs of advertising and expenses
of sale. The fo!l.-wmt cir-'Ul tttxk number, rumej of perrons, number of shares each. JeluKiuent
w xigmt purchase, jr. J Joe and jeltnqueut on iwewroents. as shown by the records of said
Company ire u follows, to-wit;
St ock So, A a me oi perton .-o.tharet
-H. V. Smouse 4
-F. L Grilfin 3
J. W. Hinkle 3
. E. E. Lyons 3
.. Edgar J. Ball 3
...Nelson Bros. 3
L. L Jakes .. 5
C. R. Peterson ... 5
Francis Griffin. 2
M. R Ball 1..
F. L Griffin ... 4
...Matt Halvorsen 10
..Tilman Hogue... 5 .
at lone, Oregon, thi i.7t inr
FARMERS ELEVATOR COUPAS
Dte of fit t publication ofthit notice, July ST, 192H.
I'" of lat publication ot tliit notice, August 31, 19JH.
Will be represented in the
lone te rritory by
GEORGE N. ELY
Manager, Jordan Elevator
Dont forget we're in the market this
4- -64 1
It will pay you to
land see Cole Smith
t i.i. nrnrn at Snn
STRAUSS & CO. .
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to
sell your wheat.
brotheV ibsence, JakeVill-
strom has gone to Coose Bay to
tart an outfit building a tile
Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Ely
were in Heppner Monday. Tne
doctor luncee Franklin's thront.
Mrs. Bert IVImateer went to
lone on business, Monday, and
while there called on Mrs. Furl
N. t Pettyjohn and Pat Med
lock are getting along fine com
bining. Fred Pettyjohn's baby was
burried in the Morgan cemetery,
Mr. and Mrs. Harbison, son Bob
and Mrs. McMuiray drovetoYak
;ima last Sunday. They had a nice
ttip and saw meral nice places,
Mrs. Reise and her daughter,
Corinne. have found their pet
coyote that was lost,
Mr. and Mrs. Ekleberry wre
in Morgan, Tuesday. Their boys
are harvesting the wheat and
getting along nicely.
W. F. Palmateer, Da'in My,
Bert Palmateer and his son dehv
tred some wheal to J. F. Hard
esty on Tuesduy.
Mrs. Minnie Ely was calling on
Mrs. Harbison on last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Seel y
were in Heppner, Saturday on
Hue on Cap. acuta DutooAn miT
.... 8W 00
.... 500 00
of Jul, I9L'S.
drop in at the
as he is buying for!
i o o
see him before you
Howard llirdesty was a Cecil
visitor last Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. John Nafch have
come home having finished har
vesting Hi Leon Logan'a,
James Hardesty is busy straw
ing the uiucky roads for the past
Erviu Medlock was working
for Mrs. Harbison Saturday morn
Miss Alice Nash ia visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ada Clayton at Khea
"" " moticb or BOB SAX.I1.
NOTICE IS IIKKKHY OIVKN that
the umW'rsliincU will rsvetvo sailed
Mils until J iU oVI.sk p. M the lit tt
ilay of August, I'J.'.s, mij tmnu-illutely
thereafter the bM raeelvetl will lie
inihlu-ly opened by the County Court,
at the County Court Hoom In the Court
House in Hoppnei-, Oregon, for the
puiWit.se of an Issue of bomls of Klur
row Coti-.t-. f":' the roimtruetlon of
pernmnri:! n aU therein In the sum of
One hundred thousnml iMIar ifliKi.OOOk
said bonds to be In denominations of
Due thousand dollars ill (MM ein h.
numbered I to I0U Inclusive, to hear
date of August 1. 19M. and to mature
serially In numerical order at the rate
of Five thousand dollaia ito lMH on tlie
first day of Annual In each of the vrara
1K4 to IM3 inclusive, said bonds to
betir Interest at the r ite i " -ot lo ex
ceed five per c t (5 er c. i) per an
nrm. pa- le r ..ilam.ually on the rirsl
d s f fcvtirtiary and August principal
and Interest psvsl.le in Ui 'd Hlalea
fold com -t t oitli of ,he Counly
Treasurer m Heppner. Ores on. or at
ti e Fiscal Airency of the Stat of Ore
gon In New York City.
All bonds will le issued bearlna the
same rale of Interest and no bid will be
considered which does not conform to
All bids must be unconditional and
a.-compmiiwi by a certified check for
The Court reserves !b right to reject
any and all bids.
the approving leg.il opiiil.in of
Messrs. Teal. W Infra. MrCulloch and
Hhuler will be furnished the aunsrsful
lar.AL) GAY M ANDERSON
County Clerk. tlr.piifr. Oregon.
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. U.
Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thura. Evening
C. E.:6:30; Preaching Service,
t 7:30 P. M.
WILLOW BRANCH UNION
C. E. SOCIETY
Pres. Thelma Forbes
V. Pres. John Condor
Sec. Mary Slocum
Treas. Edw. Keller
At the residence of Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, Second Street, lone.
Experienced nurs-; reasonable
rates. Call or address Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, lone, Oregon.
See F. H. Rotdnson for all kinds
of in suranctf, Autombile Grain,
or Combine Harvester.
Astoria shipped 25,643 cams
of salmon duii: ,g May.
Wild turkrjt are increaHing
rapidly alon trie Molalla river,
IO.VE UHHiK Nil. I -jn. A. K, A A, M.
MiftH every flr-l ii)d thlril Wlne-
li.i v o( ciicli ii h V. M, liny Steii
rli-r, Hwy , Kin it (irlfflth, Trn..
. A. M.M iiIm-.
LfH'UNt C'lui 'r Nil II!) O, K.
Mi'i-ta t lie mi-iiiiil mnl fourth Tura
duy of each iiumhIi W. M.,.lr. ;Iiir
tlia Kick, Sit v.. I'.utli Mnann.
IO.NK l.f)(it: Si i. :i:,, I, (. f).'K,
Meett evtry hiiiiinliiT evenliijf. N,
U. T. B. I'eterNon. V. ( . B. (' Hi-I-lfeir,
Hory., .pe II w.-ll. Tn iiM., K J.
HfNCI! (JUASS ItKUKKAIINo.fl.l
t. 0. O. K. Mi'i-Im flrMt hikI tlilri
'I'll ii rail ii y of em Ii month. N. (i. lira.
Delia NMlnril.v, V. (. (Ilmlya LihhIkI,
Kecy,, Venltt RIUMile, Tji'dh., EtU
I DR. E.E. BAIRD
Office In Fair Building.
Open Sundays and evenings
Phone M 1012, Heppner Ore.
C. J. WALKER"
Lawyer CO. Notary
thlil I'ellows lluililing
: Derniatician :
It pays to look well.
."Specialist in Bobs"
C. L SWlEK
I ATTORNEY AT
First National Bank BUtf
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Service
A.D. McMURDO, ED.
Thysician And Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
'limits . offU-f
Heppner - Oregon
lone, Tuenlayi ami I'riilart
I'rom ! 0t Hl.ttt A. M.
F. H- ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
W III I'riietlee In All The Courts
Mian Zeuii Wewtfull, arniluut
A. II. Johnston M. D.
I'hynlrlnn In f'lmrg.
II AT KM HKASONAHLK
Dr. F. E. Farrier
Office; Odd Fellows Uld'g.
J Heppner Oregon
J. 0. PETERSON
Paul G. BalslRcr, Agent.
At Paul G. Balsiger'i
Louis BalHiger handdles all
lineiof insurance. Are you in
sured? After the fire is too late
selling your wheat it will
pay you to see L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
One thing about this
be made up when you
choice meats Is just one
X t another. Yes, even If
X your taste set for just
particular cnt is in our refrigerator.
lone Meat Market, T. E. Peterson
LAAXAAma . sis................ T
Apparlments 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.OMeara; Proprietor j& j
e cater to the
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
I BUY YOUR
COAL FROM COLE
I YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
i VERY BEST AT THE
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
, WIND MILLS. WINONA. WAGONS.
contracting or f
In Fine Meats:-:-:
market - vour mind nnvd'nl
come In. Our layout ot
delightfull sufliU'stion after
you don't see what you have
speak up. No doubt that
patronage ot those who
WOOD AND I