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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1930)
OREGON FRIDAY, May 2, 1930.
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John F Ilaynic Passes
April 12. M . Waller Corh-y
wivee noil.-' i U criiical ill
uem of ha father, John K, Huy
i.m tittliH horn ; liH daughter,
Mth, lrx Smllh.1 it Vu'lcr, Wtd.
Mr. him Mra. CorUy and lUlle
d iuifhter, Ma-innoee, motorro hh
R lO'l MM pOKHitil tO Vmlt't r, I'Ut
Mr. IWyrle had panted away be
fir they arrived. On Thursday,
April 17, f titicrot Hwviceri wese
h-ld at Winloi-k wlif re the dect-Ha
vi bad many Irienda. Short eerv
let- were held l nt Fuirt
(irove, Oreiion, w hirt ini-r tr.t-nt
v.ut- male. Mr. Ihynie in aur
ivtl ty aevri duiitfl.ters ttinl
Hire honrt. 1 1 in wife died rix
y-aisawo. Mi. liuynie was well
I. .jtfii l.'-r-, huvintr j si I e1 oft t?n
will, hi (1:i'iw-M-r, Mm. Corlny,
lin l wiiii Mil. lUnruil, another
dntitfett-r who formerly lived I r
V b i i j Mr C'jrley wan in Puit
Ui. 1. nhf luiin.1 upon consilium
it It Vhicifiil. thai mi) ( (niiitioii
a nectary. Sue biitimiiU'-:
to the operation, remained in the
li-ipitul for uHhoftlijnc on. I if.
1 ow ut li'Hi' r ruveriinr nicely,
Mids Crymol Sparki in nudist
Mm. WVter C'-i ly Jurif-.K
III- ti'lie he Ur.able t On
the lone Ht clii n was v iyi t ti
hv abundant raitm the, toiler part
ui last wek and on Sunday of
(ilia wt'tk, Thua who have vitit
ed the wheat i if Mr n.poit lluit
toe wheat is ! tWinir fine. Mod
ilay'a aky was c'ri:r and every
one had u liood T;wof the put
tut eclipse of the mn,
h. (J. Slurry bi anout Uelve
l.iihrfiifl crt wr.icii U dr.-otv
in 4 of ep'eial m mioii. Those
who hHve'rt'fii th- 1'itld btale
hut it HlVes pio.l.'l.v Ot' avpleiidid
Our lone rail team played hall
In thf rain at Fossil rfu'.ciuy.
Mrs. I'avbara Wild.k 111
On Saturday, Mrt. Oncur Cor-h
ran and Fred Ritchie reeei-fi
lice of th bfiimia illni'HH of their
rru.ihwr, Mra, Barbara Ritchi. tl
the home of her daughter, Mr.
Ma Cochran, in Portland. Mm
Cochran and Mr. Kltchic motored
at orici- to I'oitland to he with
their motl er, makintr the trip
with Mr. and Mra Warfild Mra.
UurtiMia Uitchio iu a pioneer rH
('f'ni of lone eoniiriir hue with
her luifdiini from Virftinia. A
few months oru afe went to Port
lund to live with her ilauthteig,
Mrrt. Ida Cochran and Mrs. K1
Mi'lir. Mrn (Jt;ear Cochran and
Fred llitchie returned. Sunday
i ii'uhi iioiii v ii iiau4 iiitKi k,
their mother Blihtly improved ir.
til Kuini'd snch u decided victory
over the lone team. The liral
ecort? wB8l2tofj. Next Sunday
Arlington will play ut lone.
F. J. Brinunv and non Wa't' -,
Tom (Jrubill arui Francis K:,
drove to Baker, Fries). The
pr joyed a pleasant over Saturday
vibit at the fiomm of Mr. and
Mr. Fdmond Hriafow and Mr.
and Mrs. Farl Wright, and caine
home. Sunday, t.riniwif Mrg. I'.
J. liristow with them.
Walter Swszy who has been
herdirnr ahep for liarlan McCur
d for the pant year or more has
gone to Montana whre he wan
tummoni'd ai n witi ec-i in a law
Mrs. K. G. Sperry is enjojir.jj
viblt wiih iW&unt, VAa A. V.
Nibtifi of Portland.
j MrB. Katie I'ttteys & veiy i'l
(at her home on Willow Creek.
Ut. t'etteyn whs tokn to the
Heppner hospital the first of laht
weeK but remained there only a
nhorl timp. She is now at hirj
home, bir,jt cured for by h r
A. C. Ford, wife fnd son rf
Pendleton, were over Sundav
JdicstH ai tho honwof Mra. Ford's
b othr, Plain Biackwdl.
Carl Pariov lua iii'i'ied his
work at th Moore f .,,.! camp
n"ar Heppner, ard he w-.d his
wife were vieitin; Mo;ca; at the
home of his sist.-r, Mr. Lee
Unwell, Kush I Miller i atKo no
longer In the embloy of Mr,
MoorH. Both of ltit.se nun hud
eorpes on the works.
Mr. and Mm. Johh Schlcvoiglit
ranchers from the Mo-'pan dii
t'ict weie calling on Mrs. Uo.-a
County Commissioner, George
A. BI.-iaKmao, was in lor.e, M :i
day, transacting buHiness ai.)
This id to Hnnounc
will be a candidate
ticket for the office of County
H 1 1
for nomihationon the Republican ; ;:
AHsecsor, subject to the will o'
the voters at the primary elt-c
Hon, Mav 16.
pJ.Abv. F. W. Tuunik
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
At the eonr'ng May primary
election, I wi!! be a candidate for
for theotfice of Conrty Jude of
Morrow County on the Demo-
crstic ticket. If
1'iThotM that M the ie" n Fo
For Couny Judge
This is to announce that I will be
nominated and j
'el .cUd, I will to the best of inj i
ability, endeavor to cany out it."?
i he program
Pd. Adv. -
the past five; 1
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MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. We
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W. C. Cox, Manager.
II 1, HENCE
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This i to announce that I will I.e
' a candidau 'for nomination onilfil;
the Ilepublican ticket for Ihe'i
office of County Commissioner, J fi
subject to the will of the votirs!
.t the primary e'ec'ion. May l'J
self as n' rfi'f
ine virtue ol rromptness
Is p'.-rhar most apparent to ut when loved ones are taked away from
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r GOVERNOR COMMITTEE
KENNETH D. HA! sm. CV UMrmu
SAMf'X KJWFLI, Sr,lif
K tmtn'i Diril
Mn. G ) Fi nlr' (mhimi
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ATier 9n ! PtMiTi A.VD.Oai COX
To the Voters of Morrow Count :
1 hereby onnonnce myse
candinte at the cominc prinj
lor the office of County Judee f I
In . .l. li: ii'v''V"
i siorrow uouniy on ir.e uepunii-
, c an ticket. If nominated and elect ; A it44it44
i i i .u. t,:.i.r. 1 1 CDDfMP TIMD IO nAIXTmrnnm
s"cukc int. oou.c I..HI. .. ji iiivt i iiTir i n rH i I i vm.
Uetrrizd my lonvr term with in We are headquarters for
l. .. . j pAINTS) ENAMELS & VARNISHES
! FOR COUNTY TREASURER ' J
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This is to announce that I w i'i
b j a candidate for the office c!
County Treasurer, subject totb-ij
will of the voters of Morrow Co..
nt t be Primary elections, May It'!,
1 wUh to thank mv friend?,
both Republican and Democratic 'J
ior their generous support in th
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Phone 1123 Heppner, Ore.
candidate for nomination at the primary!
Selection, May 1(5, on the Republican!
ticket for the office of County Judge.
C. W. McNAMER
,' ".'tt'l"H'H:',"Ht'l : :
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J OF HIGH
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Ot Hearings poured t m
and filled to rc
I v orthy of their confidence.
-V', LeonW. Bribes,
':. ' fuiiiAJv. I'rcscnt Incumbent
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
At the next primary election, j
I vviii be a candidate for the of-1
fitv 0.' County Judtfe, for Morrow j
County on the Republican ticket,1
Mi l if nomii a:ed and ob eyed, I
will enrry cut the dutks of such ;
jflice to tho t'tst (f my obtlitj'j
(Adv.) Wm, T. Campbell 'j
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Portable Phonograph. IJullai 's
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You have had rain andyou
will have weeds.
PREPARE FOR THEM
y buying a
Pyralin Comb, Brush & Mirror
For Saturday and Monday
Waterman, Parker and Durabilt Pens.
Red & White Coffee, U pk;s 39ct
Red & White Jell Desu'.t 3 for 25ct
White Wonder Soap 7 " 30ct
Serv-us Salt, 21b Ctn Plain' or Iodize 2 " 19ct
Red & White Kraut, 2As 2 " 3.?ct
Red & White Tomato Soup ii " ct
Serv-us Y. C. Peaches 2,.s, 29ct, 3 for 85ct
Snowdrift, 31b 73ct
Mother's R. Oats, Quick or Reg. with China 41ct
Red & White Fey. Gold. Bantam Corn 2 for 47
Green & White Golden Swest Corn 2s 3 for 43
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
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