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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1929)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
W. W. Head, Editor J'uWUhcr.
One Year $1.M)
Six Monihi 0.75
Thre Month O.'iO
Entered second Clnst matter t
the postcltire t lone, Orrgon, under
net of March 3. 1879. -
rriday, Ail. 9. 1929.
Continued from Pj. 1.
lone District to have i certain
portion of District transferred to
this district was denied.
Sunday afternoon, the swim
ruing pupils of Miss Eva Balsiger j
give a demonstration which was
both entertaining andinstiuctiveJ
She has 13 children under ii
struction and the work they huv
accomplished in two weeks time i
was o surprise to all. Miss Bilsig!
o. leaves the first of ntxt weekj
for the Y. W. C. A. camp near,
Baker, to take up her work asj
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bristowand!
Boo Walter and r. II. Robinson!
. pint Sunday in the mont tai s.1
A serious accinent was narrow ,
ly averted on Wednesday evening
of last week, when L. P PaviJ
bun, driving onto Main B red a
the Congregational Church, cul
lided with the R. M. Akers car, J
driven by Mr. Ake ra. No one was J
hurt but both cara wtre badly J
More people ride on
Than Any Other.
lone - Ore
Mk. J. K.IUhmxtv
Mr. and Mil. Slelghvolght
were shopping In Morgan last
Mr. and Mri Stanley St fly ir.
companied, Mr. and Mrs. K, K.
Harbison, to lone, Saturday afu r
Mr. and Mrs. Uaiirenfeli.d
spent Sunday evening In lone.
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Kenneth Mahoney left for Port
land to visit for a few weeks
'with parents and frlenda before
'tfolng on to his school.
Paul Pettyjohn is recovering1 Mrs. It K Harbison waa call
slowly from an attack of iht,ini on Mrs. Jjhn Nanh at the
measlt-s. Mrs. Leon Logan ranch Thursday
Mi-s Beulah Pettyjohn was UHt.
clerking at Mr. Baurenfeind'a Miss Enith Ely waa hi I ping
atore. Tuesday. Mrs. UarbUon last Thurndtfy.
mr.nnu mra. iiaurenieina were
btuinr sa visitors In Heppner on
Several of the Morgan peopW!
are finding it hard to endure the'
sever, heat of the last few days.
AH are enjoying (he t loudy and '
cooler weather received Thursday j
even though quite windy and'
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On Tuesday morning of latt 4
week our mail and express was
delivered by truck because of the X
wreck of train No. 129 at eleven
o'c'ock the night bef jre. Pi.rtof
the train left the track at a point 4
6 mi.es west of lone. The derail
ment was caused by a ' sun-kink
ei" rail. No one was injured.
A!.-, and Mrs. Harold Rankin
werd Portland visitors last weeV.
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;
They went to see Mr. Rankin's i luuu" j
father who has been ill for many
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i;kii.. ; k i i ... .i j a
oiik'ii'J iiuuiuveu Ulil me silent)
ing physicians give them no hope J
for bis recovery When Mr. and J
Mrs. Rankin returned, they were
accompanied by Mr. Rankin's
mother, who came up for a few
days much needed rest.
DOUBLE DROWNING i X
Robion first noticed her in the X
water she was drow ning. In his
txnausted state he tried to save J
her but conid not. From the shore X
Mre. Robison, frightened and
helpless witnessed the tragedy. J
Miss Stange's body was recov-' X
v;red in about twenty minutes,
but tbe efforts of the friends J
failed to resuscitate her. Glenn'
l)iy was net found until early
t.'ie Dtxt miming. Both bodies
were taken to Heppner, where
they wre prepared for burrial.
Furnral services for (jler.n
Kobison were held in the lone
itaptist church, Ti'esdav morn
ing, at ten o'c'ock. Interim nt '
was made in the Maty Mil, Va:4i. ;
cemetery, Tuestiio atttrnocn.
lUv. Mr. Jordan .,1 Mar) hill had
charge of the n iv.ee. lie
hfaisltd by liKv. W. W. Ik..,,
pastor of the Congregational
church in lone. Uev. Jordan wat
lormerly the patar of the Rubi
aon family and had preached the!
1 uneralsemon for this boy's ararid
father. Rttlativts who attettdnJ1
from out of town were a brother
of Mr. Rebison, E Uubison. and
two sinters, Miss Florence and
Miss Eva Stonge's body was
shipped to Lougview, Wash.,
Tueiday nihgt. Funeral services
were held at Longview, Thurs
eay aflernooon. Eva was the eld
est daughter of Mr. and M'i.
Hallick Stange. The fnmily lived
near lone and only three j eats
ago moved to Longview. She
leaves to mourn her Ioms, l eHides
her father and n other, two t is-
t.rs and a bro:hf r. I
The bereaved pa-enls Uve
the sympathy of tic .i.tiie urn!
SWIFT & COMPANY
A Produce Buying Station
See us for Prices
POULTRY (& CREAM
Dont forget we're in the market this
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X It will pay you to drop in and see
$ Cole Smith
as he is buying for
1 J. C. Sanford & Son
IttiUlll.x.. . . .
DR. J. L. CALLAWAY
Phont 93 llc bf.Mr, OrtKM
: Dermatician :
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
First Nalional tiank Hldtf
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
A.D. McMURDO, M.D.
Physician And Surgeon
Oftice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
IONE CASH MARKET
The place to grt your meat
Quality . GooJ Service Rtawnable Prices
We want your fat cattle anj hogs
Real Estate In.uraiice
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v-" iviiuni ill Ol IVJl
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.
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Heppner - Oregon
F. H. ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
Will i'mctU-o lu All The C.Mirln
J. R O'Meara, Proprietor j&x
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X Ray DIAGNOSIS
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before youf
J sell your wheat.
Dr. J. Arthur Craig
Phone M 1012 Cue Apt. Bldg.
Evening! end Sunavby ippointrnenl.
cater to the patronage ol those who
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
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BUY YOUR WOOD AND
COAL FROM THE
? YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
VERY BEST AT THE
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VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, hTAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER