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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1929)
10NE, ORKCON, FKIDAY, Aug. 16,
4 More than IminJicii trrtinKern
mil tinea! lujuyed a pletnunt
tune, Saturday niht, at th Cecil
hull. The lirth pond prodce to tie
4 -iit popular with the younger
tu t. Mr. hal lily wim foriunut
in irawinit die lucky number on
tht water net. Ihtme HmiiHomeril
teutuhes and a fine cuke prtetU'd
liyMrc. l-te I'etermin biotihi
tlm II, K. C. a tidy Hum tuwarc
Home kitchen Buppliel.
Next Saturday eeiiinn. Aujr.
17. the younir fo'ki drill team
will practice at the hall.
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Optl
calCo. Washington Street,
or. Glh, Cortland, Ore , KYK
SIGHT SI'IX'IALISTS. will be in
will be in lone, all Jay and even
ing Saturday. August 2 1th, at the
lone Hotel. ShE HIM ABOUT
CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by
the School Hoard of School l)if.t.
No ID, up to and including Aug
')') fur tin- tr.msnnrt.itlnn of the
nunils of laid district tothe school , IVteraon owns
house in District No. 35, lone.
All bids must be filed with the
The School Board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
Caul. W. Tkokdbon,
Or liist- No. Hi.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish uu express our heart
felt gratitude to those whoso kind
ly came to our bely in our great
sorrow. The kind deeds, the con
soling words, the gracious dignity
P, II. Peterson and Hon, Harold
who live near Portland, vinited
here. Friday to Monday. Mr.
and In the Kiiiht
Mile diHtrict and ia an uncle of
Victor and Ture Peterson He
wan look in if after biminnts inter
eittti and vinitinf among relatives
and old time friends.
Gordon Drapers for all kinds of
Harvesting Machinery at Paul G.
Mm. Hannah Ahalt is vimting
her daughter, Mrs. Monlattue, in
Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Pieffer of
Walla Walla were week end vis
itors with Ine letter's BiBter, Mrs.
of the service and the beauty of! Nord. when they returned
the floral tributes will never be. to their home, they wire accom
Mr. and Mrs. I. Kobison
Mr. and Mrs. (Juy Ctson. and ct.il 1 PORTLAND VISITORS IN
dren, of ArlifiRton, spent Sunday j ALFRED TROEDSON HOME
In lone, l Mr. and Mr, Cochran ! Mf$ Mrtd Aaronson and tw0
cameto(breparethHr houBe .oldicIildrn ,aye been visiUng the
Koods for shipment to Arlington. . the Afrfcd Trocdson
Miss Uddred Smith Is spend- ncar rcturnjnS Q
ing two week, at SeaBide. She t., n Vor Mm
the gueit thereof her unc andi ... . ,
aunt. He! and Mrs. j. W. Hoech.V-Aaronson was brought
Miss Maude Knight, of Forest! UP ln the 1 "n e ,s
Grove, be been hired 88 fir8t! now an employee of the Southern
and second grade teacher in the.Pac,ftc' the freight service,
lone school lor the coming year.! EIbfcrt C(jlvin
Mr. anj Mrs. J. T. Knappen- (i Shermtn Blackwell drove
berg, former residents of lone. i r f nm Monument and gpent
who now reside in PortUnd, vir the njKht with relatives here. On
ited from Friday till Sunday with Mondgyi they continued their
friends here. Frcm lone they ;ournes t0 R,)Sehnrff.
RELATIVFS FROM CAL.
AND B. C. GUESTS IN
went to Grand Viaw, Wash., to
visit their daughter, Mrs. John'
Adele, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ptrry, who
has been ill for many wekaKSj
Rul.b r Long PUythinf
rnliiMiliiK mi Ill mtiiikI uynuf l
Hi Will I111II1-, finiiiil Inilliin rlilldreu
Illuming wllh lilnik rulilii-r baila.
p mied by Mra. Ray Barttett and
t h run oViilHrAti '. n uiill armnH
two weeks in the Washington 8,0l. improv.ng. She has been
The cutting of the eecond crop
of alfalfa hay in this district is
completed and wheat harvent is
by w. y i wrsr
Kodak on Vacation
Before you lc..-. c be sure to stop here first.
Our line of K(J-!.s and Brownies is complete
and just the model you have ii mind is on our
shelves now waiting for you.
It's all fun with a Kodak and easy from
the first. . 1
Rrownie t antral $2
Autographic Kodaks as o:e as $5
"THE KODAK STORE"
receiving treatment in a Heppuer j
Mr. Chas. Jewel, of Pasdo. i
I Wg9h., -drove over recently for a
l i m . l L ! - A .ktl
fast drawing to t close. Mr. J. K. ; ,,r' V,B11 wun w"e ",,u
Swanson states that 80 per cent ' dren wH"j are spending the sum
of the wheat is harvexted. Imtrwiih Mrs. Jewel's mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis lialsitrer. Mrs. Alice McNabb. He was ac
a id dauuhter, Elva. Mrs. Ed Kel- companied by Mrs.Jewell'scousin
It-r and MrH. Paul Koehrinu mo- r v. i. - v
Uiri lieX riR. Ul nnilirnin,t
ton-d to Pendleton, Monday. rrom jj
Pendleton, Mian Balsigor went W"9h '
....... . it. - i I I?:..,.. fufiiiini u.m1I vnnr
oy Hiie iu DiKrr. 10 oe ureneni, i hikki om"; " i
August 13 at the opening of the toi s I instead of removing them.
tfirU camp opened there under consult a physician who believes
the auHpices of the Y. W. C. A. in conserving the natural organs.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Cochran -J- Perry Conder.
Ed Jackson and family have
moved to St Paul, Oregon. The
house on Third Street, vacated
by them has been rented by Mr.
an.i Mrs. Frank Lundell.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Smith and
daunhter Mildred and theis house
guests, Mr. and Mrs. George
Casebolt and children. Mrs. J.
i'ontinued on Pg. 4.
GuestB iu the E. J. Bristow
home, Monday and Tuesday were
Mr. Bristow's brother-in law and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hach-
muth, of Beverly Hills, Cal., his
sister, Mrs. B. J. Hillery and his
nephew, Bertrud Hillery, ot Vn
couver, British Columbia. Six
yeara ago , Mr. Bristow had the
pleasure of a visiit with hisyoung
est sister. Mrs. Hachmuth, but
it had r-. tentyone yean
since hu ii-u een his oldest siater
Mrs. Hillerr. While they were
here. Mr Mrs. Bristow and
their gueBts motored to Heppner
and Sand Hollow to call on old
friends of the family. Mrs. Hach
mutb made her home in Heppner
for several years before her mar
riage. As the party came up
from Portland they visited with
Miss Blanche Bristow at Hood
River and plan on stopping there
Cuntmued on pagt 4.
i.i,, TST, , Clark & Linn
Lost. hPtwppn Arinfrlnn onrl
lone, black handbag omtalning Carpcnler Work, Fainting. Pa-
suitandclothef. A suitable reward per Hanging and General Re
will be paid for its recovery. . ,., ,
' JocBrosnan. pair Work
Lena, Orccgon. I lone, Oregon.
Three Day Cleaning Service
Work reaching us by Wednesday
noon will be returned Saturday.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
J ohn SKuZeski, The Tailor
HEPPNER - ORE.
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the greatest gain."
HAD it not been for the recognition of this princi
ple in the early days of the light and power industry,
rates today would be much higher than they are and
quality of the service about half as good.
The industry has always built for the future. It
has not tried to get along with the least possible outlay.
That is why, when r.n industry is looking for a
location, he power is always there.
That is why the home seeker always finds elec
tricity waiting for him in in his new home.
Pacific Power and Lbht Cc.
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Fine hosiery for
nd drcM deci
sion, a lull u
ortment of fine hosiery
at moderate prices now
Tlu latest creations
bv the maker of famous
llummmg Bird Hos
iery. Color selected
by a Pan tylc ob
server. Fir t Japanese
silk close In it to cling
smooth and sheer. Trim
tailored heels for shape
ly ankles. Extra length.
Invisible run-stop hem
line. HidJen reinforce
ments at toe and heel.
Sun proof, suds-proof.
The new-lustrr lasts
through months of
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.ft. .A. .ft..... AAA A t
Bosch & Dixie
I Carried in Stock.
You can get most anyhing you
need In the vegetable line and get!
r it fresh from the earth or the vines
jl- at my place, 1 mile down the high I
f' way below the elevator. And I will
not be undersold or half souled, 1
I but will be whole souled. Drive in j
Jt under the shade trees. - j
Buy your school
hosiery now while oyr
complete new stock
pives you unlimited
choice. Enjoy Hum
mine Bird's economy
and beauty all through
the school year!
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TK Smartness of Youth
i IONE - OREGON
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