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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1929)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
lihlished Every Friday by
W. W. Head, Editor IVblisher.
One Year JIM
Six Munihi 0.75
Three Months '. 0.R0
Entered as second Class matter It
the posicffire at lone, Oregon, under
tot of March 3. 187'J.
Friday. July 20. 1929.
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More people ride on
Than Any Other.
Continued from Pg. 1.
Richard McElliROttof Portlm-d
U here looking: after his farming
interests in thi vicinity.
Rev. John GarinRer, pastor of
the Christian Chnrrh, announces
that there will be no preaching!
service in thet church until after!
The city park is prettv fulj
most of the time with camptrs.j
Some are touri-ts but the greater!
number are people who ate here
lor the harvest work,
Albert Nelson's eldest son was
tn unfortunate as to break his
rm T,,..H.. hit. trvir tc' ''
' t " -' J ' -- y
crank the engit. on tl fit cm J
bine. The yout.j; rntn wcs Ukrnlf
to Dr. McSlurdo far surgical
Mr. James Corsn ar. who is i
teacher in the acl.ools of Woo-'.
land, Cal., has joined his famii
and ia spending the summer with
Mrs. Cossmar.'s mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Zelma K-?r ncy has re.
' Like Moth., M.k.i
Mil. Hlmk. JiiHt iiiiirilt'tl, wmta
limtiv in her nullicr iIh'wh In llxlt to
i siiid her (ha rwlm lur Iml nito-a,
ATtor iiiuoli liiluir I h rnlliiwlng twins
win inn Hod Imi'k to Hio tliiuulitcr:
Howard Uardertyand Stanley
Seelev speut Saturday night with
thair folks iu Morgan.
mi r --,.... p..(..,i,l ... "'I k in mmii flour ua you nwi.
Mi sa Geneva Pettyjohn was, ..,, , hmv ,. ,,,.,'.... l0
ne pi-giurs. uarotson on Men
Harvest is well vnderway in
and wheat hauling has begun in
Mr. Glenn Hall says the weas
les are bothering his chickens a
Place as cook or helper during
harvest -Fern Sargent
Th B.irtik Truth
It Isn't tnllh In tin country Hint
uphold! a bull market, but full It that
torn other tucker will pny more to
morrow Wellington post.
AiB.rtci's First Orgia
The first orgnn built In I lilt coun
try was constructed h John Cteram
of New Tork for 1'rlulty cliorcb of
that city. In 1737.
eut t I'tit In nulla suit anybody knows
how much; put In nil Hi rent of the
limrvtllenta. nii' he sure to huva your
(riddle hot." Exchange.
PIANO FOR SALE
Fine piano lo he sold at lonn
Beautiful design and tone, Wi I
take phonograph In part psvmei.t,
balatue, terms tn suit. Write lo
Mat.ufacturer'a Warthtu e,
POUTLANI), ORKGI N
! A Way of S.ylni ll
An x Millce oillrlnl dwliret thai
many men become itIiiiIiwIs unwlll.
Iimly. They holp themselves mm fly
becoiiH they cnti't help thnniaelrca.
r ' ' a
Ddorc contracting or t
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
signed her position as teacher of
the first and second giado in
our school and has accf)Ud a
position in the schools at Abe.-
Ceen, Wash. (J
At a meeting of the patrons of
the Fairview Bchool on Saturday
evening, it was decided not to
hold school in that district this
co.nin; winter and instead tot
a L.tL- 1. .L!l J
iranspori DOin ine graae cniuren
and the two high school pupiisto
Want your cream. We
Market Price at all times.
Ask for Pride of Oregon butter and :
New and second hand De Laval
Cream Separators for sale.
Morrow Co. Creamery i
. . . . ,
r tVia tnnA BpKrAl
The first car load of ly29 wheat . I
to be shipped from lone wasbilled
outSaturday. It was sold by J.
Y. Gibson and wns Turkey Ked J
variety. Louis Balsiger bousht j
the wheat for tlie Balfour Guth J
rie Co. and it was consigned to
the Crown Mills, Portland. 'J
Wendel Balsiger is now located 4
at Moro, being in charge of thf
district office of Bilfour Guthrie t
on that brand line. '?
Ted Troge, wife and daughter,
were week end visitors in Oregon J
City. Tuey were accompanied b ! J
Mrs. John Ferris, who visited ii
Mrs. Hubert Haguewocd anr ' t
and son have return d from si 1 1
eight months stay with relative :
in Wisconsin. She and her hut.; $
band are now visitii g with Mr. 1
and Mrs. Oliver iiagutwood on
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Lundell
and small daughters returner1,
Sunday from a pleasant auto trip
to Hot Lake, Wallowa, La Grand
and other points.
SWIFT & COMPANY
A Produce Buying Station
See us for Prices
POULTRY CD. CREAM
: Dermatic Ian :
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
i ATTORNEY AT
First National Bank Bldg
Heppner, Oregon ;;
When You Visit Heppner I!
Eat At The
Good Meals BestofService
A.D. McMURDO, M.D.
Physician And Surgeon
Oflice In Mascnlc Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Dont forget we're in the market this:;
rj usi.ni:-' ' r-tii'ii. "
: It never fail
BOUNDARY BOARD MEETS
The Boundary Board held a
meeting in the County Cn.mision
ers office to consider petition and j
remonstrance in the nuterof the'
propose transfer of certain rtal
pr jperty from School Dis Nr. '
14 to Disdict No. 35. Ti e case
w .s presented for the ptti loners i
b Ross Perry rnd District No. 35 j
wa ; represen ed by Directors Ruth ;
M.son and Margaret Blake. Alter j
reading the petition and remon
trance and letters ofc r ainnon'
residrnt property (wners, aid
argument for thi iei: n :rs by; t Sell yOUf Wheat.
mr. rerry, tne ia.u vota 101 t
postpone decision lo August 3. )
It will pay you to drop in at the
and see Cole Smith as he is buying for
J. C. Sanford & Son
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
' W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see, him brf ore you
IONE CASH MARKET
The place to get your meat
Good Serviie Reasonable Prices
We want your fat cattle and hogs
i "hone (Hk
Heppner - Oreg6n
F. 11- ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
III Practice In All Tlie Courta
Dr.J. A. Mc Crady
. X Ray DIAGNOSIS
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
Dr. J. Arthur Craig
Phone M 1012 Cut Apt. Bldg.
Evenings and Sunvliv pointmfnt.
SriCNE BLACKSMITH SHOP'
We are prepared to take care of your
shafting requirements by the installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
in a wide range of sizes. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
,j& J. P. O Meara, Proprietor j&.
cater to the patronage ot those who
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
BUY YOUR WOOD AND
COAL FROM COLE
YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
VERY BEST AT THE
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER