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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1929)
IONE, OREGON, klDAY, Feb. ,
of lone Passes
Mrs. Alice Keller, long resi
dent of lone, passed away at her
horns here, Wednerdsy nittht.
Her death wta not discovered
until Thun'ay nocu when her
hejhew, Paul Haulsiger, as was
hi custom, brought her mail.
Serins that she had not risen, ha
sspdh'o ht bedroom and
found htr dasd in bed, evldhitly
having passed away in her sleep
withont a struggle.
Funeral services will be held
attheCongregational church, Sat
u day afternoon at 1;30 with in
terment in the Ion. cemetery.
Ila to Bt Ingrown
Ihi'ir I mi IiU'IiiiiIii f"( H lmii
hil iHTKHMilliy Tin American M 11
Total Snowfall.. 27.00
Total precipitation 1.C6
" " since Sept. 1 4 84
" " for the corres
ponding period last year..... 6 80
No of clear days 4.
No. of cloudy dsys 21,
No. purtly cloudy . 6.
Prevailing wind ......... N. E.
It. E. Ilurtilaou
CooiMrmtiv Obierrtr V. S. W. B.
Morgan, Oregon, Feb. 1. 1929.
flclwitlBH in; we nil hive strain
of tnaunlty In ua. They mar be rlM.
or wrona. The eurwl way of prnv
Inf the ire right le lo worry about
It Dlninlae morbid fear from your
Mm. J. F. Haidmty
Dottn't Seem Right
1 saver could underbuild," mid
Uncle fcben. "why, iiiimI ununlty, (imh)
iHlktr makee more money due hard
worker." Waehlngton Hlnr.
Mid dl-Ago Commoreo
The fulre held In Hie Middle 'aiee
wer aa mention of the Idee of the
town market. Ai one writer reniarki:
Tain repreeented the mMt Important
form of comnierclnl artlvlly of the
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SPECIALS for Feb. 2-4
1 for 15 ct.
HERSHEY'S COCOA, Jib tins.
1 for 93 ct.
RED tc WHITE BROOMS
SERVUS CATSUP, Urge size
Snowdrift, 4 lbs.
3 for 22 ct.
Red U White Toilet Paper
1 for 12 ct.
SERV-US SALT, Plain or Iodized, a lb. cartons.
3 for 44 ct.
Standard Tomatoes in Puree, 2J1
4 for 25 ct
FELS Naptha Soap
7 for 47 ct. '
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Alvin Ely went to Cecil; last
Wednesday to commence work
for Mr. Krebs, Thursday. .'
AI Troidson, Bert Ps'msteer
and C. 0. Hutchcroft were Hepp
ner visitors, Wed net day last
N. E. Pettyjohn was attending
court in Heppner last week.'
Chinook hit Morgan last Wed
neday and auow benau leaving
Mr. and Mrs. H E, Harbison
spent Friday in lone attending to
business, ' ' " '
Harvey Medlock and his sistes
Gladys visiaed with Mrs. S. D.
Seely, on Fridsy. ,,
On the night of Jan. 16 the
tempeatura dropped to about 16
degrees above zero and how the
snow did come down. Nearly
every day since there has been
some snow fall with still cold
weather; the temperature sever
al times dropping to tero. All re
glad to see the snow but witild
snjoy a Utle milder temperaUr ,
Misi Enit Ely gave a party
Saturday night which waa well
attended in spite of the bad
Miss Morgan and Francis Fly,
of lone, spent, the week end v. ith
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs H. 0. Ely.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardesty. f-t.
Harvey and Gladys Medlock wrre
cilling on Mr. and Mrs. George
Mshoney. last Monesy. Ihev
were also enjoying the nice si igh
Homer Nah and Stanley See
y went to Arlington, Morula J;
Clare Calkina of lone waa rail
ing on S. D. Seely, last week.
Mrs. Hardesty and Mrs. Sely
called on Mrs. John Nub. Satur
Tlie atreet car wa crowded. "Mk.
mother I" aquealed little Benny aa a
inueiiger took S sent otoiu
There' the niau wlio luuiee evtr.i
week for the furnllure money." Naili
I R. ROBISON
X GOOD TOOLS I
; in the hands of
Kt good mechanic! ;
t are necessary to
("X make your car run
I LIKE NEW-
' , Local Happenings
kfl. i. L. Jones, wife of a for
met pastor Of the Congregational
Church li lona ia resorted to ba
dulte ill. fiha Is under the doctor's
cars n i hospital In Oregon City.
hoe slater. Ura. Anna Howella
df Auburn, Wsib , is in Glad-
itons leesplng housejfor Mr. Jonea
Mr. Frank Woods, who has
been quite ierlous! sick at the
(lom of bis lister, Mrs. John
Bryson. Is about again.
I. Lait fiaturdar nlaht the lost)
(bdge Of Odd fellows initiated
four candidates into (hamyster.
ii of Odd Felloahlp.
' A Goodrich Hot Water Bottle
(harm bed on cold nghls.
A tmniir nt memfiere of the
Masonic lodge got together last
fridsy morning snd started the
tiulloina ofs kitchen sdjoinint
tbe dining room in their ball.
Members of the Eastern Star as
slated by seaving a potluck din-
riarand supper to the Isnorers.
We have two mighty fine lints
of men's made to measure suit
simples. Better take look at
them and order that new Spring
suit Bristow Johnson,
Hot lunches ire being servtd
st school these days and are be
ing weil patronized by the chil
dren. Dont forget that P. G. Balsiger
carries a full line of plow repair.
If you are interested In new
plows better talk with him about
the Oliver ind the Vulcan plows.
Mrs. S. E. Moore, who has
boon quite sick since the holiday
ia now much impaoved. j
Delbert Cochran who has been
sick with influenza is better.
Iohe High School
to Present Plays.
Three One Act Plays to Be
rut on at n. a. uym on
Friday, Feb. 8.
There will be special mnsic and
a most enjoyable oceaaion is as
sured. The curtain will rise at 8
o'clock p. m. Admission it 25 and
: Wanted: Millions Of Jsck Rab
bit, domestic rabbit, and. other
raw furs. Highest prices. Val
cauda Fur Co. , 2131 W'itern
Ave. Seattle. Wash-
JSt Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting. Pa
per Hanging and Central- Re
Tl c ra les and Peneleton
In Internal Medlclue lor the
(mil twelvf yraxe
I DOES NOT OPERATE -'
Will be in The Dalles
onTue. and Wed.. Feb. 12 & 13.
at The Dalles Hotel and in Pendle
ton, Thurs. , Feb. 14, at the Dorion
Office Hours, 10.00 A.M.
to 4:00 P.M.
Early Grain Binior$
The tint recorded attempt to bind
(ruin by machinery wni made by John
K. Heath or Ohio, who obtained a pa
ent for a twine or cord binder In 18Ni
In 1851 Oyrui McCormlrk or llllnnl
exhibited a binder Id the world's fair
America, taken aa one continent, la
the only one the ehorea of which are
wnehed by the Atlantic, Pad lie, Arctic
and Antarctic ocean.
Hobb'ft and Worri$
Contented abanttn In aome if
Hvlty la good fur the dlattnaltlnn; when
we are abaorbed we don't etop to
bather about small wnrrlee. American
It the binding of a book Is loose It
can be atreugthened In the following
manner t Cut a strip of linen the
length of the book and about an Inch
aud a half wide, then create It down
the middle and finally glue It bialde
the cover at the Joint Secure the
front and back cover In thlt way and
then place the book under a weight
ONE DAY IN PENDLETON j
AND TWO DAYS ONLY IN THE !
No Carge for Consultation j
Dr. Melletliln la a. regular gra.lu-
ate la medlclue una eurgury aita w
llceneed by the atate of Urvgun. He
due uut operate for chronic apitvn
illcltla, gull atone, ulcere of atom
ach, toualla or adenolde.
He una to bta credit wouderful re
ulta lu dloeaae of the atomach. live
tiowela, blood, aklo, nervee, heart
aldney. bladder, bed wettlug, cut
arrh, weak lunge, rheumatlaro, eclat
lea, leg ulcer and rectal alluivuta.
ltelow nre the nautee of a few of
hla many aat lulled patleute In Ore
gon, who nave neen t rented lor one
of the above named caueea:
II. H, llluke, Uarnhtleld. ,
Elmer Booker, Condon.
IWaale Eiklea. Empire.
I). U. Horn. H. mini mi
That Burke, WuUmint.
M M. R I'ooptr, rtgon City
E M. Hurt, Ailtngton,'
Mrt. Ccotge W. Mtthct, Aihlini
Iteinember he above dnte and.tlta
conaultton will be tree and hat Ma
treatment le different.
Married womenuiuatbe accompanf
ted by their himbande.
Addreaa: 224 Bradbury UUIg., Los
you re going to Drive this
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Some day eoon you're going to drive a Neir
Ail-American. And what a gloriou txp
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alienee ... in flaahing change of pa- In the)
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drive thla triumphant new car. . "
m aura. . e
Now is the time to look after the health
of vour Animals and Poultry.
Dr. Hess remedies are too well known
to need introduction.
Stock Tonic, Worm Powder
Poultry Pan-acca, Louse
Killer, Roup Tablets, Diarrhea
Tablets. Healing Powders. Dis
temper Remedy, Colic Remedy,
Dip & Disinfectant,
Balsam of Myrrh.