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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1929)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
V W. Hkad, Editor-Publisher.
One Year ll.ftO
Six Moniln 0.7S
Three Months O.M)
Entered as second Oats matter at
ihcpoitcffn-e at lone, Oregon, under
act of Man-hit, IS, 9.
Friday, M. 4, 1929.
Mrs. J F. Hardestv, Corrcspondrnt
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webb of
Walla Walla visited with Mr-.
vVebb's sister, Sunday.
UeorRe Mahoney started seed
intr, last Monday.
Thr primary teacher for Mor
jan 8chool, Mrs. Youngmay r from
Northnend came in on the Friday
siae. Miss Mangold and Mr. and
Mrs. Harbison, met her and
escorted her to her boarding place
at Mrs. Ncash's.
Those attending the Rodeo at
Harbison will take special work
in music. They have the best
wishes of their friends here.
were Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Petty
john and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Eckleberry, Mr., and Mrs. iUrbi
son, Mr. and Mrs. Itert 1'alniateer
Mrs. Bill, Wid l'aimateer, Mr,
Nash and danghter and Morgan's
two teachers Miss MasgolJ and
James Hardtsty called on Mr
Kelching last Monday.
ove, I J
Duir.g the paet ten years the Ifcl.i and
po.;r industry has saved 180 million
tons of coal a year becase of increased
efficiency in the art of generating 'elec
tricity by steam plants.
Interesting, - but wht of it?
Any saving in the operating costs,
which induce the cost of fuel, must
ultimately be passed on to the consum
er under the present system of regula
tion. . Furthermore, conservation
of natural resources is a
contribution to the wealth
of a nation.
T,.-aH ..,! .f th- Knm. fHeypner from Morgan last week
a ws v jupj i vmiift v,' tas v v s ; ,
Mr. and Mra. Elisor. Morgan on!
pleasant hour with the newly
weds and presented (hero with i
mans niofnl oifta
lone was ferry duiet dtHnaij
the three days of the Rodeo, t
Everyone who could attended jt
the ''Big Show" at the county jl
aeat. , ;
Split these Fall nights wide
ooen with an Everready Flash-
light. Get yours at Ballard's Phar
Mr. and Mrs Pul Balsig,' r anr
son, Alfred, tiotcred toS-a!ilt
Wedoesday of Inst week. All reel
went to resumti hisstudies at the
University of Washington. Mr. j;
and Mrs. Balsigtr wre the
guests of their mn-in-kiw and!
daufhter, Mr. and Mrs. Allan! ?
learned. They returned the mid
die of this week.
A gooly number from here at
tended the James Mtcheibook
sale, Tuesday, at Day bi eak Ranch
eight miles north of lone.
Mr. Fred Harris, of Fair Grov
Michigan, and is wftb his frit
Mr. and Mrs. Oftigbt Misener,'
on their ranch, north of lone. He
hitch hiked from bis home to
Los Angeles and from there to
lone. He states that he bad a very
erjoyable trip and made many
friends along the way. He plan
oo staying in Oregon for some
time. At present he is assisting '
Mr. Misener with the fall seeding.
C!air Young, son of Mr. and'
Mrs. F. A. Young has gone to1
Ashland where has a position in
MacMarr store. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Al Martin, who t
hTi been spending the summer I
with Mrs. Maitin'a father and!
other relatives, have gone to .
Vancouver, Washington, to sper.d i-wii.m'.8;t;tt'.ni
Vera Moen araiv.d Irst Thurs
day from Vancouver, B. C. at d
is the guest of her auut, Mn,
Last week, Laxton McMurray
purchased from John K Hon
of Portland, one hunbred and six
ty acres of wheal land .lying Le-
tween the Paco Brown land
which Mr. McMunray recently
bought and a larger tract whicnj
he has owned for some tin.e.
This brings Mr McMurray 'a ho. a1
ings up to 4192 acies. ;
Miss Janet Carlson has at tun
ed to Corvaiis to again lake up!
her work in the Oregon 8ta!ej
College. Miss Carlson was accom'
panied on the tiip by her rnoil.ti. j
Mark Veath.rfonJ, of A ! ai y. j
was buiinesj vivi or iuIomJ
Leading Sdrfeor.s of the crl '
are now advuii x you to ketp
your tonsils by having them ie
stored to natural size and fuiii-;
tiuns. Dr. J. Perry Conner has i
been boing this for 21 years in,
Morro County. lAdv. j
The practice football game'
which lone plntd with Ltxirm
ton, Fri;av forenoon, on the Ltx
ington field, resulted in a dele, t
for the lone team, the score t e
inff 13 0.
MissMi d-ed Kelly of Cildwe ',
Idaho, arrived, Friday. Sue is a
niecs of Mrs. Charley Shave1-, i he
w .11 a,end the winter with I er
aunt and attend scboo in lire.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaver drove to
Arlington to meet her.
Statement of Owngrship Etc.
fUquim! W act of Conurm of Aug. 24, 1912 j
of lilt lout lnlpittlnt puhli: licj weekly at tunc,
CV-on, for April 1 VM. I
liditot , Manning Editor PuMiilitr, 0 xn tr: '
W. Ilrat', lent, Orrgon.'j . j
Knows bond holdtri, mortgagrti and othor 1
rarity holder,, roldiag on pr ctnt or nors o !
total tnouai of boadi, mortgagM or othdr i, tut I
, VY. W, Head. Owner
Suhicribfil and iwotn Is btors Bis iblt lit
day c Oct 1.
F. It. koiiinson, Notary Public
My Commission txpimt 2 29 VfO.
Want your cream. We
Market Price at all times.
Heppner Tailoring and
I'hont 93 lltbpatr, Ortoa
i Morrow Co. Creamery
Before coratrcctmg cr
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L Balsigcr
representing B. G. and Co.
: Derma tician
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
C L SWEEK j
ATTHDMrV AT t
nt i wimiu i -vi
First Nation.il Hank Hl.lu
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
CoodMeaU Best of Service
.-&ci..i;:iajiisiJJi.'-iiajBsa 5 f
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHTC0. A McMURDD, M.D. I
rnysician yna surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
I'n-cli in, I f'uro.l M.,-( l.'..n..- I ir.
.v.... auu wi.lku I'llUU, nuuii fliiu lJS. A
ur i n t o . ,
we Duyieam iorswut csi Lompany.
Why not Sell Your Cream in Your Home Town?
Real Estate Insurance
reterson brothers I
We arc 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 ihc
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
You ever made
A liigh class tire ycu
.an't equal for mileage
tnd loohs for dollars
lone - Ore
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Heppner - Oregon
F. H. ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
H III I'mi-tlrr In All Tlif ri.nrlii
Mr. an! Mr. HardeBt spent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mn.
Bert Palmatetr hauled some
teed wheat Monday, He txpec t
rifrjn needing touri
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
sell your wheat.
Olficc; Odd Fellows BU'g.
J. 0. PETERSON
Dr. J. Arthur Craig
Phone M 1012 Cane Apt. Bid
Evening and Sunsvby spxirittnent,
$rJ& J. P. O'Mcara. Proprietor j&
cater to the patronage oi those who
wish first class accommodations.
Cole Smith, Manager.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCLNES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
IONE INDEPENDENT 1
lone - Oregon