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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Nov. 23, 1928
NUM ER 26
Our Fall SPECIAL on
Leavesno excusefor a coldhouse.
"Montague Special to Oct. 15-
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
Tlit linns on modern
Kodaks admit aJequoli
Jiht or proper expoiurt
under til torts of eonJU
lioni food pictu ' art
pottiHt jrom dali;J lo
dutk, indoor t trout, rain
Give a Modern Kodak
With their extra picture-making ability,
modern Kodaks assume a must important role
in the Christmas gift field.
Such a high-speed lens as the Kodak Anas
tigmat .6.3, for example -now available for
the first time on medium-priced Kodaks
can't help but please anyone on your list,
especially someone who now owns a less cap
Come in today see the modern
Kodaks and how easily they work.
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..
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tome in ana see
RED & WHITE
Nov, 24 (gL Nov. 26
The Overcoat Season is
Close at Hand.
Let Us Take Your Meas
ure and Order.
We Try To Please.
Bristow & Johnson
Mr. Bern Setter, Worthy Grand
Matron of Oregon, O E. S., paid
her official visit Friday night.
The ritualiHtic work was exm
plifi.d by the officers of Ruth
Chapter of Heppner, Locust chap
ler of lone and Jasmine Chapter
of Arlington. About twenty off i
cers and members attended from
Arlington. Thoe attending from
lone and vicinity were Mr. and
Mrs. George Krebs and Mr. and
Mrs, John Krebs of Cecil, Mr
S E. Moare, Wat Jessie McCabe
Mesdames L 'E. Dick, Fred Man
kin, Guy Csson, A. A. McCabe,
Bert Mason Hoy Lleuallen, Elmer
Griffith, Peter Timms, C. C. F.
Feldman, H. D. McCurdy, E. J.
Blake, K. E. Harbison, W. K.
Bullard and Amelia Godfrey.
A Remington Portable Type
writer makes an ideal XmnGif.
Useful to the whole family the
Frye and Company pres nted
ne numberof the Lyceum Cot rse
at the high school on Friday
night. The attendance was good.
Those present reported go d
Mrs. E. L Howard in a letter
to Mrs. S. E. Moore of lone says
that her sister, Mrs. Eben An
drews passed away last week in
hospital at Salem. The Ant'ren
formerly lived on Khea Creek on
the place now owed by Howard
Mr. in) Mrs. Holmes Holman
Co:hran drove to lone on Sunt ay
from Yakima for a visit with
Mrs. Holman'a parents, Mr. aid
Mrs. J. H. Cochran.
Thomas Davidson drove to Cor
vllis to attend tbe big game last
I R. ROBISON
TIRES GIVE j
miles per dollar in
Actual Wear Thni
Buy your tires
While the Price;
IS DOWN !
Mn. Rov Lleuallen. who hri' . ...
been vhtiting with relatives in Uark & Linn
Portiond, returned Frsdsy. Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa-
Bronze Turkeys for sale by Hanging anJ Cenera, R
bmma Anderson, lone, Ore. ,
Mrs. M. B. Harterof Rogue pair Work.
River was the over night gu it tone Oretfon
of her niece. Mrs E. J. Bristow, I
on Thursday night. She was re- Wh not order your Thanks-
tnrning to her home from a visit lv"8 r1 now7 Birds will be
with relatives in Walla Walla. Pressed for shipment if desired.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Barnett' w- M. Eubanks.
ure rf joicing in the arrival of a '
son born, Saturday, at their home
The Dorcas Society sale of
Food and Fancy.work will be
held Dec. 8 at the Harris build
Lowell Clark, Richard Lundell
and Wayland Ritchie drove :o
Corvallis, Saturdsy to wintss the
home coming game.
Mr. and Mrs. .Troy Bogard,
who live on Mrs. Clans Johnson's
ranch in Gooseberry art the par-1
euts of a nine and a half pound,
son, born Friday.
Roland Wade of Walla, spent1
the week end visiting his sister,1
Mrs. E. J. Bristow. He waste!
eompanUd by Edmond Bristow. !
fhey returned on Sunday, accom
pviied by Mrs. Edmond Brisow
and baby daughter who have
b-'en visiting Mrs. Bristow'e par
la and other relatives for the
past week. '
.Mr. William Logan scratched a
match last Tuesday night in or-,
Jer to throw a little light on the
t ' of tapping a gasoliee barre'.
William is now in the hiBpital
and Fred Buchanan's garage, oil
gas hencoop and chickens have
gone up in smoke. The loss ap
proximates $500 00
Rhode Island Red roosters for
oale. Call or write Mrs. E. C.
Heliker, lone, Oregon.
The Evenings are never too
long with an Orthophonic Vic-
trola '-ran entertainer.
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CALIFORNIA ORANGE !
Delightful climate, ample waU r, !
rich virgin soil, no frost. Don't
freeze all your life. Write to me'
J. C. Snow,
318 South Rampar,
Los Angeles, Calif.
For style, price and qualitj try
Star Brand Shoes. Bristow nnd(
"For Sale: Fine Piano mar
(one. Will sacrifice for quick sale.
A snap. Write Tallman Piano
Store, Salem, Oregon, for full
j : parutuiiiis.
Barrei Rock roosU rs. Inquire
ef Mrs Peter Timm Jr., lone,
The Studebaker Dictator
is $2000-worth of automobile
for $1265 ii
Rides like a million dollars
on its exclusive
Ball Bearing Spring Shackles!
Traveled 5000 miles
in 4751 consecutive minutes!
(Under A. A. A. Supervision)
i - The Great Independent 3
Why Be Cold?
LIVING GIFTS I have Everything to Make
THAT GO ON LIVING
FOR CHRISTMAS j
See our line of nationally advertised
l Wrist and Strap Watches Selling at
$7.50 to $55.00.
OF QUALITY PRICED UPWARD FROM fo.oo
Gifts of Quality
Wool Blankets, Cotton Blankets
Wcol Underwear, Pendleton Shirts
Sheep Lined Coats, Leather Coats,
Overcoats, Wool Socks, Caps, Gloves,
Mufflers, Sweaters, Blazers
Zippers & Overshoes.
Red & White Merchants are permanent residents who;
Xhave your interests at heart and have helped build the
f community. They pay taxes to support your schools and
local government and deserve the patronage ot the com-