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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1928)
THE 10NE IMPUDENT
Published Every Friday by
W. V. HEAD, Editor Publisher
One Ytr 1 50
Six Months - '5
'.hree Monthi .30
Entered la second cls matter a'
he postoffice at lone, Oregon, umler
act of March i, 1879
Friday, Srpt. 7, 1928.
Tlit fac can 't no longer be .
gised that a Krysis is onto us.
At temul Ward
VOTERS MUST REGISTER
The question of registration of
voters is again arousing interest.
I have lieen HsLed why a vour
cannot be sworn in on election'
day. The answer is this: At the'
special election held on the 28th
day of June, 1927, the people a
mended the state constitution so
av to provide that a voter mutt
he registered before election .my
or he cannot vote. Hence before
the books close, a voter must
reister if not already registered.
The registration book? are now
open. They !'l close on the Ch
day of OcUVr If a v.tr I
been registe Iu: h.t not VuU-c
BOUND TRIP TO
OtS MOINES. M.8J
ST. UOl'IS S4.JI
vnanNTri 117. 31
Sunday, Sent. 30 is th last day
you can go East on these exceed
ingly low excursion fares. Final
return limit Oct. 31st. Still timo
for long, economical trip. Stop
overs going and returning. Full
information from local agent.
JL PITTSBURGH 11117 a
I WASHINGTON M.JT ..
Ipiulaof.i phia us.ti LV TT-
Jos. How k,
1 i Hie, OlVKOtl.
eling librarits in ural communi
tie: i8upiii'""i "i'y service to
a'l public li ai ics m d county li
bnriesin in' sta'r: e selection
and puri- tds" uf iu ks for the
school lib; ir the state.
During thw . .... uienniu.i, the
mail order department received
nearly 34.000 requests from indi
vid.al borrowers, an1 nij plied
vr 12j.vU volume. Tne fm-t j
Mut thri iiorroweis are willinn I.
for two years last past, he must pay posta(ft. Mh ays 8peaks for
reregister. If a voter has chanu the va.UH of the Bervice to them,
ed his residence to aroiher pr.' re traVeinar l.brary depaitment
cinct from theor.e in which he is sen, out tiea,.y 79 volumes to
registered, he must have his re 70Q communities without libra
istration changed. A person h, anil umetea the stock uf
will become of age between Oct (i9 pub,c libraries. 2321 school
6th and Nov. 6th, may register ui8lrjcU were 8erved by book
before tKe books close. If you 0anBi book lists and by the buy
are not sure you are legistered, ng an,j delivery of school library
better find out from the count nooks.
clerk. Everybody who is a qua'i a notable feature of the s-rv.
fied voter should vote. Hence ev jce A jls publicity work: the bu'.ie
ery quali'ed voUr should be re tins and book lists of important
istered not later than Octber 6; h. public libraries are procured in
Do not put it off. Attend to this rjulk and issued to centers and
at once and you will not be com individual students. 1 noted also
plaining on election day thht you a bolJ and original method of
re shut out. You will want to supplying information by sanding
vote this year het.ee make sure out sections of large and expen
ou are registered. 'giye reference works and eniyclo
S. E. NOTSON. Uedia9. The section of a work is
District Attorney forwarded in an appropriately
Guett Timea endorsed envelope. The scheme
appears to work vrv well and
OREGON STATE LIBRARY enables students and others far
uir.ui v rnuucvhm it from libraries to have a reference
REPORT n MFTlinne service more equal to that enjoy
The State Library at Salem' d b thedweller in a city. The
Uhiffhlvrpnmmrt..,! i state librarian in spite of her
on Amprir-.n likr.r. -n.-j. ' many activities gives very indi
made by British inv,,i8ators in dividual and personal supervision
1927. and now published by.
to the fulfilment of requests
which are in a large rmarure for
about "a subject.
the Carnegie United Kinpdarr
Trust in Edinburgh. Scotland. ' boolt
The repott which is widelv circi. A strong personal interest cum
lated inEnland and America ssm. bined with expert knowledge
of the Library: The Oregon State uivesaveiv valuable service to
Library is extremely interesiino those who are far removeo irom
and has unique features: the li- the amenities available in cities
brarian is not at raid of experi and Oregon is fortunate in pos-
ment. The library's activities sessing a service of outstanding
comprise four main services, merit. ,
R. E. Casebolt and family of
Shanico were Sunday gurstsof
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Smith. Mr.
Cascholl is employed in the East
ern 0 vein 1! ink in S..aniko.
Other guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Smith wt re T. G. L'aseUlt of the
First National Bank in The Dal
le and his family. These gentle
Ten are perews of Mrs. Smith.
H in. J ike Ycl!, accompanied
by his daughters Misses Helen
aid Myra, visitol lone, Sunday.
Miss Helen who was the teacher
jf the third and fourth grades
n the lone school last year, has
a similar position in the Lexing
ton school this ear. Miss Myra
s home on a vacail n from I'oi t-i
land where she i t taking a nuts ;
es training course. 1
Mrs. Edward Keller rnd sor,
Frank, went to rend!eton Mon
day. Mrs Keller will ake a
course of medical treatments and
Frank will enter the PenaMoir
high school. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yarnell'
who livecn the old Kutus Brown
ranch, nine miles south of lone.)
have moved into town for the'
period of the school term and are
occupying the Mary Ball house:
on Third street.
City Marshal George Franks
was so unfortunate an to be in
volved in an automobile co'lismn
as he was entering Lexiington
on Iih way to H ppner iant M n
day. Just ax Mr. Ktanks way ap
proaching theschoolhuuse a grain
truck pulled into the highway
from the direction of tlx rail
road, in front of Mr. Frank, s
car. As the truck swung in the
rear end crashed into the car
driven by Mr. Frank, damaging
"C. J. WALKER"
Lawyer CO. Notary
(Mi Fellow liuthlmg
: Dermatlcian :
It, pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
First National l-'ar.k Bldji.
VVhenYou Visit Heppner
Eat At The
I Good Meals tiest of Service
j Lunch Counter
! A.D. McMURDO, ED. 1
Physician And Surgeon
Oftice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it will
pay you to see L Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
Variety In Fine Meats:-:-: ;
One thing about this market your mind necd'nt '
be made up when you come In. Our layout ol
choice meats is just one dclightfull suggestion after
another. Yes, even if you don't see what you have
your taste set for just speak up. No doubt that I
particular cnt is in our refrigerator.
lone Meat Market, T. E. Peterson
Appartments For Rent
Electrically lighted. Water connec-
tion, Rent reasonable
:-: Inquire Independent Ofiice :-:
: 1 1 1
v.. man oroer lenoing library Fof sty,e price and quaiit) try
for communitiea without libiary Star Brand Shoes. -Bristo and
provision:! branhstim of trav: Johnson.
Dont forget we're in the market thisJ
Notes of Interest to All
- Local Denominations.
It wiii pay you to drop in at the X
and see Cole Smith as he is buying for J
J. C. Sanford & Son I
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before you
sell your wheat.
Congreuationalists Generall on
the Pacific coast are much inter
isted in the Frcific slope Con
Kress woich is expected to con
vene in Portland .Sept. 17-20.
Several hundren delegates are
expected from chnrches in Ca I
fornir, Orego", Wadhington, lit
The Christen church at Ltx
ington hasarrunued for a musi
cat proK'&m l be rendered in
tne LexiriRto.1 church auditor)
um on the evriinir of Monday
Sept. 10, by lli" Davis Tripplc
Chimes Ln'.c rlainers. i
Mr, B. E. lnerick of the Fa
cific Protective Society was in
ths vicinity ftr some time last
mee presenting the work of the
Louise Home and the Albertina
Kerr Nuisery Home. He was cor
diallp receiue und many of our
people availeJ themsevs of the
opsot tunity to irid a heling hand
in forwarding these beneficent
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice u hereby en Uwt the undcrn'Kned
hu hren jppo'nteJ y the County Court f
the SUM of Oiexon '.' Morrow County, iJ.
minittritor of the et.i'e of Lydu Ritchie, de'
ctJJ, and that ill pcrtona having claim, a
giinat the uid eatate mut preKnt the umt
duly verified according to law at the ofiice of
my attorney, S. E Notion in Hcppner, Ore',
within an month from the date of the firat
publication of thia notice, aaid date of firat
publication being Autmit 17,1018
T C. TROGE
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
riitiue Olfl- Mnlutai
ItcHlili-iu'i- Mnln 41''.'
llcrpner - Oregon
ir, Turtila) anil Fritlnrt
im .) C( 10.00 A. M.
F. II ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
W III rriiiiin Iii All The ( oiirla
Ml Z. nit WVHtrull. (Iruduiitt
Nur, SiiHTi. tt-iilicnt.
A. II. Johnston M. D.
. riijxlt Inn In ('liargn.
Dr. F. E. Farrier
Office; Odd Fellows BU'g
f Heppner Oregon t
J. 0. PETERSON
'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
Han is Manufacturing Companies new combines.
j& J. P. O'Meara, Proprietor j&
cater to the patronage ot those who
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
BUY YOUR WOOD AND f
COAL FROM COLE I
YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
VERY BEST AT THE
I FARMERS ELEVATOR
At the residence of Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, Second Street, lone.
Experienced nurse; reasonable
rates. Call or address Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, lone, Oregon.
Paul C. Balsiger, Agent,
. At Paul G. Balsiger's
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
' MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER