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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1930)
IONE, OREC&N FRIDAY, Jan. 31, 1930.
ML CHAS. SHAVER
DIES AT HOME IN IONE
Funeral at Caldwell, Idaho
Mn, Marv Shaver, wife rt
C ft hiy Shiver, died it her heme
1 1 lure kt 11:30 a. m. Tu ,
January 28th, following an ill
ham of two weeks Hurntlnii. M i.
8iaw had been uf ferlngr from
tomt Itia, tut seemed to be much
Utter when death iint without
Warning, The friends who wf r
caring for the alrk woman hud
b fii trying during the two weeks
0' her tlntHM lo get wnrd in her
huiband, who was assisting hia
broth r, Ah'-rt. in well drilling,
and Ha 'ocaicd aixly five mi l.-i
pui. horn IJ. nd. Because of the
deep an w and weather cotidi
t ne, il waa diflicmt to reach
Mr. Shaver. He starteb for horn
a'oj'aa the nx-inge reach
him, leaving Uend Mundi) nivnt
ami ructili r lone luirday evet
ing on the slant. II did not that
hit wife had paied away unt I
he arrivi d.
Mra. Shaver was lifly yi-atv
and eight month oj m at tin
time of her death. She came we t
and aha and Mr. Shaver were
named In 1921
Si leaves to mourn h -r (msu'vug,
b aides her hubban I, inr moil., r
and siepfalhtr. Mr. aid Mir.
Isaac Doblow of Boltr, 1 .! o
Shewaian active n emit rot
B inlhgraaa Rebtkah Lode t o
The body tu shipped to Cald
well Wedneada nuht where
funeral aervieii will b i hw'd and
Interment mad b.-e de a aialei
who li burled there, 'li e lUb. k
ah Ljlge of Caldwell ll have
charge of the, funeral a tvri.
M'. Charly Shaver, Mr. A'lx'it
Sl aver and the Ihtiu iuc-, Mil J
Kfllcy, who bki been attending
acloilinlone ml maVing her
horn with Mra. SUvcr, ccom.
a 'lie J the tody. The tn-ruMing
re alivia have the yr. ahv of
the many fru n t here.
"Any girl 1 1 need of a friend
write to Adjutunt Mix K. II!
Ahemann, The Saivation Army
White Shield llomr, Mav'air'
Avenue, Pcr:tan1, Oigon." (
Sale on -Fountain Pens
Walerman. Parker and Durabilt at
$1.25 Palmers Lolion
An elegant Alcohol Rub, now $1.00
$.75 1 lb. Hosnital Cotton now $.45 I
$.50 Tooth Brushes, now $.35
$.35 Tooth Brushes, now $.25
Also 10 per cent cash discount cn
medicines and sundries.
Bargains for cash.
W. A. THOMAS HAS A
CAUGHT BY FALLING
W. A. Thomas, a former m
Ident of lone who no residea on
tha old Jim Allen place below Mor
dan, met with a painfull accident
t'ie latter part of laHt week, Mr.
I'lioinas wnt out to put down
itraw for hia horses when the
tack toppled over on him Cum.
plitelv burying him underneath.
(Jlen Ball who U in tha habit ol
going each cay to see how Mr.
Thomas ia getiirg aloi.g, fouixi
whMt had happened and .quickly
extricated the Impritior.rd man.
When released, Mr. Thomas was
almoHt unconacioua. tie ia lecover
ing nicely. Mr, Thomas is well
a ong in vein and quit t a ll
c Ipp'el. II livea tlo ,e
Nolan Pajfe. who for the priBt
year and a half has been doing
graduate work at the UnivorMt
of Iowa, P'm s Februaiy l-t. to
Mndison, Wisconsin where he ha
a position, for this si rm ater, as
Instructor In the Mstttials Lab
oratory of lh Ur.ivereiiy of Wis
consin Mr. Page will rtturn to
Continued on lust I g,
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
A Wriui:.v .lin.u r wai diveii
Sinday t the Victor IvLlmarj
ranch Siome at Mrs., Kidman,
mother, Mrs Frank Esttlmr nj 1
wjs the honor guest All oi in
Eniclman family wc e , r rent ex;
apt Mr Frank Entfe man
Virgil Ksteb left Monday for
Portland where lie was cal'cd bj
the 'e.dh of his mollicr, who pint
ed away Sunday Interment w: s
made In a Portland cemetery.
I't b Is a sluucnl in the Ion.
hinh school He has the sympathy
of his many fri nds.
Walton Younj; lias returned to
his home after a few days spirt
Mr Jess Daley, of Sa'em, arr
ived Sunday for a visit at V. t
home of his foster mother, M.u
Th littlts f ve year old child of
Mr and M s. Wate Crawford is
very ill with pneumonia The child
was moved to the home if Mrs,
M. Jordan on Sunday that he
niuht have better care.
Tlieretfular monthly Mi si.i
ary meeting of the Congregalio al
Church will be held Thursday
ernoon. Feb. 6th. at the Cliiu h
parlor Every one Is invikd to .1
Mrs. Harlan Mc Cuidy wlio
quite ill with influenza, is red iv
ing treatment n the Heppncr h
Arthur Ritchie has been 111 w'. !i
Elmer Peterson came nearh .v
ing a serious automobile accidt it
Saturday evening near Moig.,,1
Due to failure of h s lights, h s
cjrwentimo the ri ch. No tne
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Op i
cal Co., 32lJ Washington il,
Cir Clh. Portland, Ore. EYE
SIGHT SPECIALIST, will tt in
fu.lC all day and evening, Salt T
d..yF.b 8th, at the lone Hol t'.
Si.EHIM AUOUT YOUR EYI S
I Thfi tJEST ?
tin lesion Orc.ib
;Most all sizes ofo U
Piston Pins and n
h!iin'; r.Trr!iJ In i'
& Clark & Linn
Carpenter Work, Painting. Pa
per Hindus and Genera! Re-
1'pa r Work
Come in and look at our
fline of mens made to
Ordie I'arrtns, who has been
att tiding school In Portland, cn
wiled In tlc lone high iCl.Oul
I. .... . .i. i.
for the Uut semester's
Mrs Dale Ray Is assisting Mrs.
Ray lictztly with the home woik
cn the Harlan Mclurdy ranch
Wednesday morning the movedlf.mi( tl, nn ,h. upnllhliMI1 ,;frt
well above the lreezing fuinf and,
our snow began to disaptar. .
Fred McMnrray has shipped cut
iwo carloads ci baled hay in the
past few days The hay was pur
J C tSallener and was shipped
into the De&ihutes country. .
David Kiv'.mun is out of the
ho;ital and recovering nicely
!rum hii rtcen injury
At the regular meeting of Lo
cost Chapter No. 119, O E. S
held Tnusday evening, the in
nounctmcnt was made of ti e
appjiiuintnt ol Rutt li. Mason as
GranJ Representative ofthe Grand
jurkbiction of Albuta.
T he County Get together meet
ing of Odd Fellows and Rebtkahs
which wd to have been held Jan
25th, at Morgan has been post
poned to Feb. 1st.
On Thursday evening, Feb Clh
Uunchgrass Rebckah Lodge will;
hold its regular social meeting
All members are urged to be in
Mrs. Carl Barlow and son Jackie
eaine, Sunday, for a visit at the
hon.e of Mrs. Barlow's sister-in
law, Mrs. Lee Hiwtll.
IN TliUST SERVICES
By JOHN C DONS3ALE
President American Bankere
QO phenomenal bas been the Incrc.v.e
of trust buBlncss tlint ttatictlciar.i
are unable to keep a true record ol
There are now
1.500 active trust
departments I n
bnnkt In America.
hlle In lOOu only
ICS active triiit
In kscomlng tha
custodians or ths
tuardlans of the
property ot oth
ers, Dankcrs as
John G. Lontdale
sum what ba
bien Citiugly iltbcrlbcd as one of (!'
"most exal d human roIaUor.ahlps ever
err itMl by law." They borome at onr
a big brother, a big sicter, an adviser,
or a confessor, awora so to conduct
lliumseives that clients will bs won to
thci.i by tliolr ability un;i l.T.-jrity.
To.:-m:J.' ot little chlhl.-ca hava re
ceived an euucat'ou and have b.:u
atuitvU oil right lu life Uii-jukIi the
tiur.t dc;arlmeut's -t3 kcopluj and
gjldr.uco ct the lauiily cstata, niir. her
liSi v.iilow have ben piol.'ctcd fiu:n
Kiercllers stock ewlndbrs, many isa
ii'.ui'.H ot buslnets men have boo:i ry
l.cvcj of troublesome ilclclls lu t:.e
conduct of their business tlirour.li tiie
creation of a living trut and i; II
olliers have safeguarded their 1:1
nets enterprises throngb Ufa l':..:
Tho r.ivo.alle rcactlou ot l!io p .' !'.c
toward trust department service I: :.A
aecltleutal. It may be traced u!."ly
lo IV..- I'' "I:,:;::' f t.i
Ai;,'Il.i 1......0 U ur.-uCi af.:Irs
and to advortislns to tha world at
Inrtro tho merits of trust services. Ad
vertising used In a sensible, judicious
Ci n'inued on lust I'g,
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
At the next primary election,
t w I be a candidate for the of
fit nf C.Mntv .Tnitirv tnr Mnrrniv
nd jf nomina!cd 8nd e,ct,d( ,
in ..... n..t th. rillt. . . fcn.
, f ee to the beat it my ability.
A total of 4.222.925 ichool children
participated in school taviugi banking
la the United BUttei during tbo Uit
fchsol year, depositing f 28.672.493 and
rolling up net aavlngi of 110,5:0.9:3,
bringing total bank babnee no'.T crd
itcJ to this movement to above SO
million dollars, according to the in
Baal report of the Saving Ban dltl
tilon the iwcrlcan Hankers A;so
cli'.lon. School! to the number ot IS
Li7 are eiwollcd In the (Ian.
Phelps Funeral Home
Located in Mahoney Residence: Southeast Heppner
Licensed Embalmer-Lady Assistant
Sedan Ambulance Service
Cut Hovers for All Occasions.
I TELEPHONE 1332
IIS TO GIVE YOU FULL UALUE
FOR YOUR MONEY.
; LETUS PROVE IT TO YOU.
niiPl'NliK PLANING MILL and i
, LUMBER YARD
; $t4444444e444e220.127.116.11 444444444
Now is the time
hens and pigs conditioned for pro
I duction and Dr.
lo the work.
Dr. Hess' .
i "oj Special,
Instant Louie Killer,
Dip and Dkcnfectant,
WILLOWS GRANGE NEWS
Although the snow was deep
roads untraveied and the lempr r
at ore Iwo. about fifty grangers
were out to the met ting Saturday
niiiht. After a business meeting
when several candidates were
voted on dancing was enjoyed.
The glass and frame for the
"grain,, plaque arrived at the
hall Monday. After framing, the
plaque i!! bo hung ou the wall
and became a part of the grange
fnrn si nr ,
Tl Ti x - gular grange melt
ing win be on Saturday night,
Feb. 8'h !l granger- welcome.
The luie Lecturer, Sister
Minnie E. Bond of Engene, has
formally anouced that the Lectur
er's tub oo I will not be held dur
February this ytar, tut will be
ar.intr resting feeture of the State
Convention to be hedl in Red
mond in June. -
Continued on last Pg.
to get your cows,
Hess remedies will j