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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1929)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, May y, 1929
0. S. C GRADUATE
MAJORS IN HOME
ECONOMICS AND HAS
ENVIABLE RECOSD IN
Jam! Lindsay and wife were
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Men outnumber women In Ihe
the latter are seattsied amonx
seven of the ten degree panting 'iefn on ,ur streets Sundajr.
uhoolsof the college. To get thejxnev told fiends that they had
bachelor of aclence degree he. e. beeen lo d ,t 01ex 5ut wer
student must not only complete ow r.lurD;pg t0 their home at
four year, of .tudie. but t!Si,verton
mainia n an avrr.g- . r. and Mrs,
or above, ine resuu is mar, vno.ie
OREGON STATE COLLEGE.
Corvallij. Ore. (Special)
lone is rep-e
senled by Ethel L. Troedson
among the 535 Graduntes of the
clans of. 1020, completing work
for rieirees at the sixlielh annu
al commencement, June 3. Of
tint total number leifg gradu
ated, 43J wiil receive the bache
lor of science degree, 23 the mas
Urol science decree ane 22 the
dngree of pharmaceutical chem
in the graduating class are only
those who havj snrvhel a four
year "weeding out" process that
has eliminated the less dttermiu
Continued on Pg. 4.
Llfhl Harmful U M.dlclne
LIkIiI whlcli le no helpful lo lck
paiMine dura not do their nuMllrlnvs
any fund, lo fuel 0 uiunjr of them
deteriorate upon rxpoiure to lltflil thul
(IiiiukUh have tulhurlKed epwlul
IuiIjt to dlnoover coiitiilnere which
will prulwt their medicine ind cliem
Icale from thit hinuful light. In tome
caee Hiilit myi eeetn to jirewrve the
Diedlill virtue of preparation, liul
la other Ihey r definitely harmful.
The t-liMii!ft whlrh patient nollie la
the color vf medicine I uiually In
dicative of change In the medical prop
trtlee. The green color of some Iron
prepurntloli chunur to an unpti'ii
nnt brown. Ilrlxht yellow olninieiite
turn brown or green. Tincture iind
fluid extracts inmle from vegetable
druu turn a dnrk color and deixwlt
will men I. Serum and other bluing
lial priMluct Iihm their ahlllty lo cur
nr prevent dlaeane.
j& Clark & Linn j&
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and Ceneral Re
A Typewriter Sensation!
Now on display! Come in and try it. Convenient tCiias.
lone - Oregon
To Have Your Meas
ure Taken for That
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sen, or Asioria, were ween.enu
visitors with Mrs. John Louy.
Mrs. Rnnmufsen is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Vant Carl, who
fornerly lived in (one, and a neice
of Mrs. Louy. When they return
eJ to their home, Mrs. Louy ac
companied them as far as Hood
River, where she went to con
suit a physician. -
The following people drove to
Walla Walla, Saturday to witness
the Air Derby: The Earl Murray
family. Mr. and Mrs. M R. Mor
gan, Mr. and Mrs. E. R.Heliksr,
Mr. and Mrs. Le Howell, Wa;
land Ritchie, Mrs. Tt-d Troge ah
daughter Margnerite, Mr. ano
Mrs. Tom Grabill. They were dis
appointed because the heavy rain
made it necessary to suspend
most of the program.
Mr. Elmer Peterson, son of
Mrs. Ida Peterson of lone, nd
Miss Florende Fisher, of Portland
were married May 22. Immed ate
after their marriage, they motor
ed to Seattle, where they tot 1 a
boat for Skagway, Alaska. When
they return they plsn on a visit
here with Mr. Peterson's mother
and other relatives. Mr. Peterson
is district manager of the Aetna
Life insurance Company.
Mrs Werner Rietmann, lt
week accompanied her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Gibson to Ed
aene for a few weeks visit.
The Harry Yarnell family hv
moved to their ranch for the
Bummer They are retaining the
nause which they, have rented in
town and will return next fall iu
time for schcol.
Gordon Drapers for all kinds
0' harvesting madhinery at P. G.
The first of last week E. A.
Llndekin wade a drive of a hun
dred and fifty miles or more,
through the wheat fields of the
Sand Hollow, Lexington, Erght
Mile Flats and the Condon coun
try. He found some good looking
fields everpwhers and many that
were weedy and showed a lack
of molefure. The best wheat was
in the Eight Mile fiata with some
exceptionally good field show
ing up In the Sand Hollow Dis
trict It is his opinion that only
a few fields give promise of a
good yield. However an abund
snce of rain during the mon
of June will matei tally char
Mm. J. F. HADtm
H. G. Hardesty was calling on
H. L. Cochran, at Cecil last Tues
Mr. Polynecht returned from
Uervaiso on Tuesday to fininh
plowing on hie place near Mor
Messrs. Harbison, Trcedson
continued on Pg. 4
IONE TEAM DEFEATS
BOTH TEAMS PLAY CLASSY
BALL AND SCORE IS 2 -1.
lone defeated Arlington in the
best game played in the Wheat
land League this season. It was
a pitcher's battle throughout with
Conlmuep on pagt 4
Day olJ chicks;
Barred Rock & K.
$12 pet 100
White Leghorn $10 per. 100
$1.00 more if shipped.
Hatches May 23, June 5-14-23.
Willow Creek Poultry Farm.
The lone City Dray now has ice
on hand and the price will be the
same as last year; lid for small
orders and llct for over 75 lbs.
No order will be filled for less than
50 cts. except to daily customers
T. C. Troge
Notice ot Annual
to the legal voter of School District
No. 35, of Morrow Connty, State
of Oregon that the ANNUAL
SCHOOL MEETING ol said Dis
trict will be held at lone School
House to begin at the hour of 1:30
o'clock P. A., on the third Monday
of June, being the 1 7th day ot Junet
A. D. 1920.
This meeting is called for
purpose of electing one school direct-
or for the term of three yea-s,
school clerk for the term of out year j
and the transaction of business usuA 4
l .. i
u jim n meeting.
Dated thit 3Ut day of May, 1929.
Delia M. Corson
Geo. W. RitchUs
Chalmam Board of Dirtcton
Go to the c .vner
of a new All-American
for the facts about
Come in and examine our samples.
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Men to examine those fine su'u
samples at Bristow St Johnson's.
I R. RODISON
1 DO NT WEAR X
out your tracrtort A
r or automobile by t
maklnu It eat dirt, t
INSTALL A PO. ' '
MON A CLEAN-; :0
ER.lt will take all I pi
tthe dirt ont of the
To owners and producers of
meat food animals:
You are hereby notified
that after June 4th Chapter 4C2.
of the general laws of Oregon will
be in effect This makes it unlaw
ful for any owner or producer of
meat food animal carcases to sell' f
or transport the same unless there
is attached securely thereto a tag
containing "the name and address
of the owner; when, where and by
whom the carcaswas slaughtered;
description of brand or other dis
tinctive mark and any and all
other Information which the Com
missioner shall deem necssary In
order to carry out the provisions
of this act." These tags are to be
at the sheriff's office.
C. I D. Bauman
SWiff f Menu Cowity l
CALL FOR WARRANTS
All Ceneral Fuud Warranus tf
Morrow County, Oregon, reg'sUr
ed on or before the present date,
wpl be paid on presentation at the
office of th: County treasurer on
or after June 15, 1929, ay nhich
date interest on said warrants will
Dt'.e l at II. -ppner. Oregon,
May 4, ly-U
Leon W. Briggs, Co. Treas.
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about the New Oakland All-American ...
and who doesn't, now that it is gaining
such a name for style, performance and
dependability ... go to some one who
owns one. Ixt him tell you what he
thinks of the car. . .Then come in for our
epcrial demonstration. Let us show you
what complete motoring satisfaction the
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Ccmriilrr the drIWrrrd price, as well a the li.t price when
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prices inciiMW amlji imiiiiHi faarja fee
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I. R. Robison, Garage
IONE - OREGON
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I moDur.T or geebal motobs
P. G. Balsifter, dealer in Har
vester Supply Co. extras to fit
Holt and Harris harvesters.
I Inve rsceived a large stock of gen
ii uine KOLT repairs and can supply
:: most any wearing parts. Get your or-
ders in early and rvoid belay when the
HARVEST COMES ON
lone 2 : Arlinr'on 1
Wasco 11 : Corn oi. 5
Heppner 11 rFoshil 4
Iron ore la the Mnrquette rune
first found bs l wlille men, Wllllum
A. Burt, deputy iureyor for the o.
eminent, on September 10, 1884, at toe
extreme end of Teal lake.
The Sere HoUaa
Thi-re It en emhuniMilnl In middle
age from which iiispenilere point the
we of salvation.