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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1929)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Jan. it, 1929
OREGON STATE NEWS
Principal Events of the Week
Assembled for Information
of Our Readers.
Tli 7,49,3.111 (i!t of lumir nd
lux exported from Coot lluy In De
cember brouiihl thtt year' bualtie
to 1H.408, (( fur th year 1M8.
Tli Hull k mill and planer atied l
Lowvll wer destroyed by Ilr early
buturiluy morning '1 bo lot was gujla
bavy, Lul Hi mill will be rebuilt l
Thar are now 30 member u( lh
Coo County Egg aaioclation with in
tturctiul owueralilp of 12,000 hem,
conaldiiriblv Increase In lb laat four
Svl.ooli m lb Cmaplu dlalrkt.of
I'nuiilU cuuniy hav been closed and
nil t'lilillc gatherings prohibited,
rul vase of ritrlt fever being re
IhU fur Ihu auuuul (( cnnvna
llua of lh hike' IuIk. which lll b
held lit klanmlli rail thl year, war
Vest Pocket Kodak
So email that it ran b handily rarrird
hrre?vrr you go, the Vrt Foclet Kodak,
MimIcI It, la alwaye ready for any unev.
rrlrd jiLlurc oportunily.
It'a raay to work and takea aplrndid 1H
hy 2Vi-inrh pirturra that yield fine en
largnurnU. And, heat of all, it coU a
little aa (5.
Se thl camera today at
our Kodak counter
The -KODAK" Store
RED & WHITE SPECIALS
FOR JANUARY 12-14
Serv-us Coffee - - - -1 lb. for 47ct.
Original Shredded Wheat - - 2 for 21ct.
Beechnut Spaghetti . - - 3for41ct.
Servus Y. C. Peaches, 2f - 2for57ct.
Red & White Oleomargarine, 1 for 22ct.
Serv-us Catsup .... 1 for 23ci.
Cane Sugar - - . 7 for 47ct.
Tomatoes in Puree 22s 3 for 44ct
Solid Pack Tomatoes, 2& 3 for 57ct.
Bristow & Johnson
not for July 17, U, IV mm su uy mo
Tlx Terminal lea a. Cold Murage
noiiipiiny line started construction ol
a $.11,000 bulldlllK l 8ulm which,
when ciiinpluttid, will iluuhl tli com
Operating wltb truck (quipped wllb
MiliilHlur derrick, until rustlurs are
Inflicting heavy losses oo cu ti trill Or
on stockmen, according to Infoiniii
llou from llond.
Tli ilit highway commission Iiuh
awarded contract to lb W II, l'u k
It company of Hula, Idaho, (or grail
lug 16.6 inllo of tli Co II I ru I Oregon
highway for $102,226.
VVIIIInin M. faynlnu, who farm near
Wlngvlll In Hake Counly,.ufforud
filuuu lot last week when fir d
(troyvd bli poultry house nod burned
uor Ihuti 600 laying lion.
Hoy K t'mmou, Mullnnuih county
auiierlntuudcnt of rhool, was Ittcti-d
president of tlx Oregon County School
Superintendent' association at It n
iiuh I ton will Ion hi'ld lu Balum.
Jail rucoids it Klamslh Falls reveal
that S3t prisoner hav been Jailed
dtirlug th year 1928,' a record year In
lh history of lh rlly la 1927 4ti
prisoner wr incarcerated.
ditrahly mail J if
ywi trxic hy
Mk. J. F, Hawjhty
C. C. Hutchcroftand H.O.Ely
were in Heppner attending to
buHinese, matters last Wednesday
The Grange held another meet
inn In the I. O. 0. F. hall at Mor
can Friday niiiht.
Morgan received a fine rain
on Wednesday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton and chll
dren ipent the, day with Mr.
Clayton's pareuta at Morgan on
N- E. Pettyjohn and aons were
haulinK wood last week.
Mrn. Bert Palmateer, Dorris
and Ted returned from the Val
ley laHt Sunday. Bert rirovu to
Arlington to meet them.
Schoil b"gn again Morday
with Mrs. Martin BauernMnd
ai teacher. Mra. Seely is keeping
for Mra. Bauernfeind while ahr
Friends of Herichel Townend
are sorry to learn that he la ick
with pneumonia at The Dalit.
Hood Eckleberry took Bob
Lowe' place on the road while
Bob went to take Harold To d-
send to see his brother.
Mra. Grorge Mahoney returned
from Portland and Salem on the
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Chrix
tophemon and daughter Margery
vittited with Mis. Seely Satin rj
John N'aah went to Khea Sid
ing to vi(it his daughter and fam
ly last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauern
feJnd were raling on Mr. and
Mra. Hardeaty, Sunday evem'ntr.
The Cecil atorekeeper and post
master were calling in Morgrn
Howard Hardeaty was calling
in Cecil last week.
I- R. ROBISON
in the handi of ?'
gocd mechanics 1
are necessa to j"1
lit make vour car run tPl
w - , ,
Whaat Big Bend blueatem, hard
hlt. $1.47; soft wUlta, woitoro
while, hard winter, $1.14; northern
iprlng, $1.09; weatirn red. $1 11.
JIay-Alfalfa, $22.5U023 ton; Tulley
timothy. $17(217.60; atern Oregon
timothy, $21.60023; clover. $17C
17.50; oat. $16017; oat and vetch
bay, $18018 60.
But twrfal 60fi62c.
Kgga Itanch, SOU 3c.
Cattle Bleera, good, $11011.
Hog Medium to choice, $8.00&
Lamb Oood to (hole, $13314.
Wheat Soft white, wetorn while,
$1.16: hard winter, northern spring,
bulk Montana No. 1, $1.0; weatern
red, $1.11; Dig Bond bluestein, $1.47.
liny Alfalfa, $22; timothy, $28.
Kick Ranch, 3637c
Cattle Prime ateera, $11.50 0 12.
Hog rrlme, $9.5009.65.
Lain be Choice, $11.60012.
Huge Good and choice, $9.36.
Cattle dood. $11611
Raymond Moore, 19, garage employ,
wai dead and hi nephew Clyde Moor.
23, was In custody after I wild Night
ihrouKh the hllla at a result of the d la
charge of a rid In the hand of the
nephew during a tual with the uncle.
The ahootlng occurred at Radio park,
13 mile from Granti Paa.
Trapping? appears to he more
thti season than for number of
)esrs past. We note among those
bringing In the furry apoilafrom
hill and stream, Harold Ahalt,
Cleo Drake, and Harry Yarneil.
Even Jack Rabbit pelts seem to
be worth something.
. Wa learn through the columns
Of the East Oregonian of the
marriage, at Stephenson, Jsn. 2,
of Miss Mary Fletcher to C. J.
C'alandra of Hood River. The
young people were in lone Wed
fiesday for a brief visit with the
bride's relative here. Thursday
iveningthey returntd to Hood
Rivei, where they will make their
: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright and
small sons' of Baker, left lone
'uesday night after a visit with
Irs. Wright's parents, Mr. and
ara. T. E. Grabill.
Paul Lnvell, of Eetacada was
In lone tor a short time last week
attending to bueiness matters.
Dwight Misene, whose sddress
la pow 1042 Siskiyou St. Portland
has been the victim of a aevere
attack of "flu", but is now on
the highroad to recovery. '
Mrs. 0. L Forbea has taken up
tier resilience with her daughter
helma. at Corvallis.where she
What ia borne without a Good
rich hotwaWr bottle?
Ucal Odd Fellows an Rebtk
ahs held a joint installation last
Erneat Heliker and family
who have been suffering with
militants are reported to be on
the road to recovery.
There will be sale of hen e
to ratisfy a pasture bill, oo Sat
urday. Jan. 12. at the N'caola
Thompsen place Ralph Akeref
ranch 1 John Michelbook wil' con
duct the aaiev -'
CUT DEBT $726,603,316
Balance In General Fund en Lsct Csy
f Year Juet Ended $269,6.961.
, Waahlngton, D. C A reduction ol
nearly three-quarter of a billion dot
lar In th gro Indebtednea of the
United State during th laat year t aa
reported by th treasury, which Uiacd
flguree to ahow that thetdobt had d: ap
ped $183,657,741 during th month of
Th gro debt D:ccmb:r 11. 1927,
amounted to $18,036,352,451, wbila laal
December 11 It totaled $17,309,749,126.
a decreaae of $720,603,314. November
30 the debt wat $17,493,408,877.
The balance In the general fund the
laat day of th year wa $269,643,963.
while th month prevloua It had
amounted to only $91,021,72$.
See SVVanson for Insurance,
Wanted: Millions of Jack Rab
bit. domestic rabbit, and other
raw furs. Hir,,et Prl,,es.
cauda Fur Co. , 21 Gl Wrt
Ave, Seattle, Wash-
j& Clark & Linn
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and Ceneral Re
Wllhelm Miklaa, who ha lueceeded
Dr. Michael Halnleeh a praildent of
th republle of Auatrla. He I a mem
ber of the Clerical party and formerly
twa a echool teacher.
BY OREGON HARBORS
Waahlngton, I). C A total of $1,
209,400, including $600,500 for Improve
ment and $6(8,900 for maintenance,
will be allotted to river and harbor
handling Oregon commerce from tb
$50,000,000 river and harbor Item In
cluded In the war department bill re
ported to th house. Those figure In
clude $240,500 for Improvement and
$62,500 for maintenance of th harbor
at Crescent City, Cal., which will pro
vide an Important water outlet tor
The Oregon allotment approved by
th chief of engineer Include $355,000
for improvement of tb Umpq.ua rivet
and $8000 fur improvement of Tilla
mook bay and harbor.
The wae departane bill aUe will
make available $490,000 for additional
esnitructloa at Fort Lewi. Wb,
bringing the total amount appropri
ated and authorized for th bulldlag
program ther to $2,242,004.
To treat a poor wretch with a bot
tle of Burgundy, and Oil big inuff
box, la like giving a pair of laced
ruffle to a nmn that ha never
alilrt on hla hack. Itrnwn.
FuW Eytt a Tit-Bit
Flab eye are considered a table del
icacy In the West Indies and boiled
ulmoo eye, which resemble large
blueberries, are a favorite dish In east
In taking annual inventory?
fj many shOft CrtdS Of gOOd
staple merchandise which will?
be closed out at real bargain!
prices. Overcoats, Men's and!
IBoy's Suits will go at whole-i
i Isale cost.
i;you will find something to in-i
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REPORTS SHOW STEADY
GROWIH OF GRANGES
Morrow County Pomona Grange
held its regular quarterly meet
ing in lone, Oregon on Saturday,
Reporta from various subordi
nate granges showed that there
has been a steady increase in
mr rr.tieriship during the past quar
ter m ( w granges.
U'lj Lcme Economics Clubs
have been active in holding cloth
ing n et tints and nutrition meet
ings under the leadership of spe
cialists of the Oregon State Agri
cultural College, in the various
communities. It was the turn of
Wilu8 Grange to furnish the
dmner, which ihey did by aup
plying a bountiful teast.
The afternoon waa taken up by
the lecturera as follows:
Son,: Star Spangled Banner,
Hecitction: A Hearty Greeting,
Mrs. Ingram, Umatilla Co.
Reading: Uncle Josh Jines the
Grange, Mr. Garringer.
Piano Solo. Mrs. Roy Lieuallen.
Reading: The Henpecked Coon,
Duet: In the Harbor of Home
Sweet Home, Mrs. O. C. Stevens
and Miss Ruth Rue. ,
Reading: Yacob Setting a Heo,
Talk: Rev. W. W. Head.
Reading, Lizzie's Announcement
of Her Engagmeot: Mra. Ganger.
Address: Butter Substitutea, M.
S. Shrock of Milwaukee.
In the evening the Willows Dw
gree Team, consisting of Junior
members, initiated a class of 21
in the 5th degree. It ia the cus
tom in Morrow county jor we
entertain g grange to exemplify
.he dgree work and much cred
it is due the W Hows grange be (
cause the majority of its membi ra
in the degree team were .young
folks ranging from 15 to 20yeara
Nine members of White Esgle
Grange of Umatilla County were
p e n. contributed entertairir.g
(Cootiuui-Jon I'g 4.