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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1928)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Nov. 9, 1928
Our Fall SPECIAL on!
"Montague Special to Oct. 15j&
A cord of wood or half a ton o':
coal in lone, Lexington or Hepp-I;
ner with every MONTAGUE.::
Allen's better than ever. A handsome Cherokee
Circulator only $60 at
Case Furniture Co, Heppner
V1 f, WaTr
OSTof us manage to
fet oar hands well smeared
with ink when we do
much writing with a pen.
Remington Portable is the
beat aoiutioa of that prob
lem and the ncatne&s and
legibility of typewritten
work are sure to make a
hit with the profs.
Get a Remington Portable
now I It's the smallest,
lightest, most compact and
most dependable portable
with standard keyboard.
Carrying case only 4
inches high. Weighs 8H
Let us explain to you our
easy payment plan.
The "Kodak Store"
A FANCYWORK & FOOD SALE
Will be held, at Swanson's Store, on I
Saturday, Dec. 22, by the Ladies Aid
of the Christian Church.
Come in and See
RED & WHITE
The Overcoat Season is
Close at Hand.
Let Us Take Your Meas
ure and Order.
We Try To Please.
Bristow & Johnson
The nutrition meeting held at
the school house on Friday wai
well attended and proved both
interesting and profitable. The
morning was spent in making
and discussing salads. Avery In
teresting It dure was given in
the afternoon, this is the second
of the series held this ytf urder
the joint auspices of the State
Colltge and the County Agent's
Office. The lecturer is Mis-s
Cane of the State College.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo McMillan
and little daughter who have
been visiting relatives here and
in Lexington, have returntt to
their home. Garland Swanson
took them in the Swanson car. On
his return he was accompai ied
by Arleta and Ordie Farrena who
visited friends here till Sunday,
when they returned to Portland
with their uncle, Mr. Ford, Mho
operates a freight line betftrer
Portland and Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howk re
turned Sunday morning from a
shopping trip to Portland. Tr.ey
and their little son Allan left for
Texas, Sunday night. They plan
to visit Mr. liowk's father and
other relatives. They expect to
be gone abont three weeks.
During Mr. liowk's absence
his place at the railway station
is being taken by C S. Quilleuof
An automobile accident occur
red in lone, Fridsy night, when
thecar driven by Janus McCbe,
in coming down Second atitet,
waa alruek-by a car driven by
William Logan, which entired
from a cross street. No one was
hurt but both cars were dameged
The Evenings are never loo
long with an Orthophonic Vic
trola for an entertainer.
Bullard'a Pharmacy. j
Turkey shoot at Eubanka ranch
Sunday, Nov. 11.
Mm. J. F. HaUDKBTY
I- R. ROBISON
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Buying a L
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J& Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa-
Wid Paimateer was gaiing'per Hanging and General Re
some wheat from his lather's ,
olace. Saturdav. .pair worn.
Jess Agee visited st the S. D.
Sesly home, Wedotsday evening
and attended the achool Program
after which he drove td Board
man to, see bis folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Funk and dauvb
ter Geraldine were over fiom
Why not order your Thanks
giving turkey now? Birds will be
dressed for shipment if desired.
W. M. Eubank.
YOUNG LAD HURT
While Playing on a haystack,
one evening this week, Frederick
Rankin was so unfortunate as to
slip off the stack and is I In su'h
a manner at to dinlocate his hip.
Me wai taken to Heppner, w here
Dr. McMurdo reduced the dislo
cation. He is now testing as well
as can be expected.
Rhode Island Red roosters for
Sherman county, thia week, v'sit sale. Call or write Mre. E. C. Sec CV.'anSon for Insurance.
,nKfnend8- Jleliker. lone, Oregon. I
Hal Lly and uert ralmattrr
are hdth huilrtmi new rhirkeri
Most of the Morgan people vol
ed at Cecil, Tuesday.
Mrs. Hal Ely spent Tuesday
visiting with Mrs. R. E. Hi' bi
son and Mrs. E. It. Eklberry.
Franklin E'y and Mr. Palma
teer went to Heppner, last Thurv'
day on business.
The Morgan vicinity received
a nice rain Wennesday and Thurs
day which everybody was glad
to see and more wculd be wel
The Hallowe'en party given by
the Morgan school was a success.
The witches and fortunettllinp
was great. Over sixty people
wire present and all report hav
ing had a pleasant time.
Baurenfeinds, Harbisons, Elvs
and Pettyjohns attended the
school entertainment at lone,
Miss Allen went toThe Dalles,
Friday night to spend the week
end with friends. .
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For style, price and qualitj try j
Star Brand Shoes. Bristow nnd!
"For Sale: Fine Piano near
lone. Will sacrifice for quick tale.
A snap. Write Tallman
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You can buy brilliant, proven perform
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Store, Salem, Oregon, for full t
Barred Rock roonters
ef Mrs. Peter Timm Jr.,
Turkeys . . Year old, 12 lbs. up, No. 1 birds live . . 28-30c
Turkeys . . Year old. 12 lbs. up, No. 1 birds dsd. . 36-40c
Turkeys . . 1928 hatch, 12 lb. ue, No. 1 bisds, live . 81 83c
Turkeys . . 1928 hatch, 12 lb. up, No. 1 birds, dsd . 37 41c
Capons . . No. 1 bisds, 61b. up. live 30 33c
Capous No. 1 birds, 6lbs.. up, dsd 39 38c
ltpn Iteavv col. live 25.26c
Hens Mcdlnm, live.
Hens .... Light, live
Ceese .. Young, live, .
Duck .. Young, live, .
Lambs. Fancy, light
Hogs ..Top Blockers.
Veal Fancy Top...
...According to Grade
Veal .Medium and Heavy
THE ABOVE THE TREND OF ILL MAHKLT
We want pouatry of all kinds. The price on turkeys will not be J
any higher this year than last and a good chance of a lower market
as there are.more.birds. Ship me your poultry.
Nelson Produce Co.
Wholesale Commission Merchants
151 Front Street, Poitland, Oregon
RED & WHITE SPECIALS!
For Saturday and Monday.
Quick Cooker Oats, large pkg. 31c
Servus Coffee, 1 lb. 47ci
Servus matches, 6 pks. 27c
Serv-us No. 4 Peas, 2 tins for 35d
Red and White Oleo 1 for 22c
Thompson's Malted Milk 1 for 49c
Beechnut Spaghetti 3 for 39c
White Wonder Soap 7 for 32c
N. B. C. Grahams 21b. 1 for 37c
Diamond W Strawberry
Preserves, 48 oz, for 70c!
Red & White Merchants are permanent residents wh'c :
Xhaveyour interests at heart and have helped build tht
community. They pay taxes to support your schools and
t local government and deserve the patronage of the com