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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1928)
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NE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Sept. 7, 1928
University o' Oregon.
Eugene, Sept. 7 special
the largest summer building pro
gram of thla type In the hlitorv
of the University of Oregon, new
quarter! for 455 atudenta are un
der conitruction at the Eugene
institution and a total of approx
imately 1550,000 it being spent.
A oew dormitory, four new fra- j
ternity residences, and an ex ten
alva remodeling program for a
fifth fraternity make up this not
able building campaign.
All of the work ia bting rush
ed and three of the new houses
will be ready fur occupancy when
th students return to the univer
Ity, late in September. The new
dormitory, wbicb ia being financ.
d through bonda Issued, under
the enabling act passed at the
last session of the legislature,
coating the people of the state
ia being rapidly completed and
275 men will find homes there at
the opening of school.
Morgan News , PICTORIAL LIFE OF HERBERT HOOVER No. 2 BySattcrfieluj City Harriers
Louie Balsieer handles all
lines of Ifisujnce. Are you in
lured? After the fire is too late
Mm. J. F. Hamimtv
Mrs. Seymour Wilsan and Mrs.
Martin Baurenfeind called on Mrs
Hard est y and Mis. Seely on
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Chris
tophersonspentSunday with Mrr,
Seely at the Hardesty home.
Messrs. Chrlstupherson and
Seely drove to Heppner Holiday
evening to attend the show.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer
motored to the valley, last liars
day for a visit with friends and
Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Ely return
ed from a trip to the coast lant
Thursday. They report having a
real nice time in spite of rhe log.
Miss Edith Ely and the Misses
Pettyjohn went to lone on Mi n
day to attend highs chool.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Seelv have
moved to their home in Mot ji an,
Monday, and on Tuesday Mr.
Seely bfgan work fos Mr. Al
Mr. John Nabh is at home
now and is busy fixing the fence
around his place.
Mrs. Eranklin Ely leaver, o
Wednesday, lor Portland where
she has a school. She will begin
her school work September 10.
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1. Ilerlwrt Homm lathir, ariuiin m ", wrr-.wu -bard-aamra
living Iran Uia uU M pioneer farmrr.
I. Hl luttuml bnt for machinery arUd Kaelf, and ha
openrd a blackunlUi bup, and aold farm machinery.
Will be represented in the
I one territory by
GEORGE N. ELY
Manager, Jordan Elevator
S. GraiHirather Mlnthum. on h! mothir'a aM. waa a
booklaa farmrr, ao uted to ; fad a ha rode honwback
4. Hoover", mother waa a treat reader and a arrlou.
nlndrd crlUo al anch literature aa reached tha farm.
J eYou will need new supplies for j&
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Waterman and Parker Fountain Pens, guaranteed.
You are well taken care of when ycu tiy a rn at cur ttoie 1
A Tip Top WRIST WATCH Will
Set you there on time
Tablets and Pencils of all kinds.
Shop from Our Windows.
The ''Kodak Store' !
The lone public school rpeied
Monday with the following en
rollment: First (trade 11
Second grade 10
Third fcrade 14
Fourth arrade 6
Vnth grade .
Flovd Barrett who ha bten
I arvesting in this county left on
Monday for Hood River wrier?
he has emp'oyment in an apple
Daniel Hea l left Saturday en
ing fo -Catlilamtt. Wash., where
he plans to continue his studies.
Ordie Farrens purchased an
Orihophonic Victrola at Bu!lard'
Pharmacy last week.
Mrs. Louis Uergevin and chil
dren have returned home from
an extended visit with relative
in Baker. On Sunday they drove
to Pendleton to p'ace ihrirtwo
children. Betty and Denward in
boarding school there
I Our new line of made to measure i
Suits. Any two piece suit in the whole !
Hetdquart for Groceries and
a M a
"We Try To Please"
I Bristow & Johnson j
On Thursday Mra. Corley
Mra Ferris made ahopping trip
Nolan Page haa been spending
the aummt r at Aubui n, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Balsiger,
Mr. and Mra. Louis Balsiger mo
tored to Hood Hiver Saturday
evening where thy were joined
ty Alfred Balsiger and Mist. Elva
Balsigr. They apent the next day
at Lost Lake and the day follow
ing at Cloud Cap Inn.
Mr. C. Shaver is moving his
well (hilling outfit to the M. II
Morgan ranch preparatory to
drilling a well near the house.
Charley Allonger arrived home
on this Friday evening's stage.
Mr. Allenger reports a most en
joyable trip which in the course
of severalweeks took him through
Indiana, llinoise, Missouri, Colo
rado, Wyoming an Idaho.
Mrs. John FerriB was visited,
last week, by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Clark of Medford.
ForCarpenter Work, Painting, Paper I
1 Hanging and Uencral Kepair Work
Linn & Clark
The city council met in regu!ur
sepsion and the roll call shov ed
ail members present. Routine
matters were disposed of and the
following liat oi claims audited
and ordered paid: Turn a Luin
Lumber Co., -TO; Bert Mason.
$3.47: Bristow A Johnbon $0 75;
lone Independent, $7.50; Neptune
Meter Co., tC5.82; The Independ
ent Oa. ijige; $7.50.
B'iri Mason asked that a light
bs i ll .i - i.i the rear cf his store
bu..-. a protection against
prowlers, raaintenaLC to be at
Mr. U txpense. Council
man Linn suggested that a tivt
be placed at the corner of the
ball Dark to make it a less desire
able nocturnal loafing place. Both
ligrua were orderu placed.
li.e matter of sidewalks was
brought up and the street com
mittee was instructed to see that
trios who had not built sidewalks
as previousl ordered be required
to do so now.
Kaiph Harris presented a pe
tition of sundry property own-
era for permiasion to lay at their
own expense an eight inch sew
er for the drainage of certain
propt.rtieii between Main and Sec
ono aircets and asking that in
the tveiit the petilon was grant
ed that the city act as receiving,
disbursing anu purchasing agtnt
tor the peiiiioners in this mailer.
A oeit-fcUiion of lourtten Citi
Zens presented an oral petition
asking lor the better enforce
ment of order on the streets and
in places of public assembly, cit
my various ano ir. gueni mirat
tionsoMaw ano" order' fcntf pray ,
ing lor relief. After general dis
cuasion, participated in Dy me
petitioners, members olthe coun
ci., the marshal and the record
er, the mayor referred the mat
ter to the law and order commit
tee with instructions to select 4
able, fearless and incoruptible
citizens who might be appointed
special deputy marshals toa&sibt
in the preset vation of the tace,
order and dignitp of the city of
lone and thcitizens thereof.
This action taken, the council ad
I l.ivvnu registered:
' FOR SALE
Walnut player piano, bench,
cabinet. high class rolls. Excellent
condition; a bargain. Call or write
Mrs. Glenn Burroughs, lone, Ore.
Don't fail to Register.
Books are still open.
DO IT NOW
I- R. ROBISON
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Morgan, Oregon, Sep. 1. 1928.
See F. H. HoMnson for all kinds
of in surance, Autombile Grain,
or Combine Harvester.
10, 15, & 25 ct. Counters.'
For real bargains visit our
10. 15 and 25ct. counters.
Can be filled by a visito this 3
I section of the store.