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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1928)
IONE, OREGON, JFrtlDAY, Nov. 16, 1928
Our Fall SPECIAL on
Leavesno excusefor a coldhouse.
"Montague Special to Oct. 5j&
A cord of wood or half a ton of
coal in lone, Lexington or Hepp
ner with every MONTAGUE.
Allen's better than ever. A handsome Cherokee
Circulator only $60 at
Case Furniture Co, Heppner
A T Lx
IVtoSTof ua manage to
get our hiinds well smeared
with ink when we do
much writing with a pen.
Rwningfajn Portable is the
beat solutiun of that prob
lem and the neatn&s and
lmgtbHitf nS typewritUA
work arc sure to make a
bit with the profs.
Get a Remington Portable
nowi It's the smallest,
lightest, most compact and
most dependable portable
with standard keyboard.
Carrying case only 4
inches high. Weighs 8M
Let us explain to you our
easy payment plan.
The "Kodak Store"
A FANCYWORK & FOOD SALE
Will be held, at Swanson's Store, on :
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 lone Church of Christ sr
ouncei s Home Coming Servlrs
for next Sunday. Nov. 18. After
the Sunday achool there will be
a sermon by John Garringer and
at noon basket dinner. At 2 p. rr.
thert will be k Home Coming aer
vice; a abort program and ser
mon by the pastor; at 6:30 Home
Coming Endeavor aeavice and at
70 an Illustrated Sermon by tl e
pastor, "Christ In the Home."
Mr. John W. Graves and Miss
Dorris Wilcox were quietly mar
ried at the Congregational par-
onag in lone, Thursday morn
ing. Nov. 15, Rev. W. W. Head
officiating. There were present
the brie'a pareta and their young
er children, her brotherand Miss
Treasie Allstot,. lmmediatly aft
er the marriage wan solemr ized
the young couple motored to The
Lost somewhere on the streets
of (one, one motor meter. Find
er please leave at lndeuender t of
fice or return to C. C, Sanent.
An Orthophonic Victrola I al
ways at your service hear one at
Mr. Geo. Ritchie has been on
s tour of the soth western part of
the ataU tor several days of this
week returning this Friday morn
Mr. Jos. Howk and family have
arrived safely in Arlington, Tex
as and are enjoying a visit with
the horn folks.
A full list of personal property
wilt be place on self, Nov. itt, at
the Fren Aker place, i mile east
of lone. The sale atarta at 10:30,
a. m. A free lunch will be aerved
at noon. - C. C. Sargi D .
I- R. ROBISON
Buying a :
r i . i. n
i n t a nmTtr TFVT t
A LAolliNvj Oir l
Complete Line of
Bracelet, Strap and Pocket
Mm. J. F. Hadhty
j& Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa-
Mrs. Pat Medlock visited Mrs. per Hanging and General Re
OeorgeMahoney last Wednefday. . ... ,
iil o b. h t- . . . pair Work.
Mrs. R. E. Harbison and Mm r
Bert Eaoon of lone left for Port! lone, Oregon.
land last Wednemiay. Mrs. Har-1 .... " " .
.. i , . . f sj . i Why not order your Thanks
bissn relumed home, Friday. I . . ' . ' . . ....
. , . .giving turkey now? Birds will be
Friends of Mrs. Banrenfeind dre8sed for 8njprnent i( deBired.
are glad to learn that she is con-1 ... ,,
valesclng from her recent illness.
Mltis Beulah Pettyjohn ia help- j Rhode Island Red roosters for
ng Mrs. Banrenfeind. 'cale. Call or write Mrs. E C.
The Dorcas Society sale of
Food and Fancy-work will be ,
neiu uec, o ai me nuu uunu-, ;
The Evenings are never too
long with 'an Orthophonic Vic-
tro'" '.ran entertainer.
Mr. Ray Pettyjohn and fsmily ; Heliker, lone, Oregon. ' - Board's Pharmacy,
left for theit old home in Mitsou .;:.
ri last luesoay. p
Mist Gladys Medlock came in
on the Thuiaday morning ettge
for S visit with her people thu,
Jess Agee visited the Seel)
Miss Allen went to Hrppnei !
Friday night, returning Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Faulkner and
daughter of Portland have bien
visiting with John Nash and fam
ily this week. Mrs. Faulkner is a
sister of Mrs. Nash. They left;
for their home Saturday night. I
Mrs. Carrie Brashiers and fam;
ily are vi&fting with her parents
wr. ana mri. jmsbq.
Miss Gladys Medlock has gone
to work at Cutaforth's.
Mr. Jess Agee and Miss Allen
too Stsnley Stely to Cecil to
vote Tncsdsy evening, then came :
and got Mrs. Seely snd daughttr
and all went to Christophersnn'r.
AL1F0RNIA ORANGE i
Delightful climate, smple wste r,
rich virgin soil, no frost. Don't j
freeze sll your life. Write to me
J. C. Snow,
318 South Ram par, j
Los Angeles. Calif. j
For atyle. price snd qualit; try)
Star Brand Shoes.-Bristow nnd!
"For Sale: Fine Piano neari
lone. Will sacrifice for quick sale j
A snap. Write Tallman runo
Store, Salem. Oregon, for full.
Barred Rock roosters. Inquire
ef Mrs. Peter Timm Jr., lone,
Including the Late Model
Latest Designs and Best Quality
Featured on all Articles of
Jewelry in Stock
Select Your Gifts for Christmas
While the Stock is Complete.
Gifts of Quality
A. C. (PARIS)
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You can buy brilliant, proven perform
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or President Eight at prices from $835
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RED& WHITE SPECIALS!
For Saturday and Monday. !
Clorox 2 for 33;
'Queen Anne Best Pat. Flour $1.98
Red Fr White Coffee. 1 for .42
S. O. S Cleanser 1 for .23
Yellow Cling Peaches, 2l2 2 for .39
Spi-vik Tomato Soud 2 for .17
Best Oregonfrnquet Walnuts, 31b. 1.00
Red & White Merchants are permanent residents who
have your interests at heart and have helped build the
community. They pay taxes to support your scnoois anc
local government and deserve the patronage of the com