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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1930)
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IQNE, OREGON FRIDAY, Oct. 10, 1930.
Ln, KdUon Morgan and baby
have returned to their home on
Second Street. Mrs. Morgan ha
been convalescing a the home of
her hmband'i parent, Mr. and
lira. M. It. kl organ.
The lone High school football
tram played it's second game of
th4eMoa last Friday afternoon
t Arlington. The game wal score
less and was an exiling contest
contest from start to finish. Fri.
October, 10. lone will again meet
Arlington, this time on the local
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Smith mot
ored to Ukia S'ltHa? to get Short
r'Her and Itsymond Kletcher
who we e hunting In that loealty
The party returned with fine
buck which led beta killed by
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Opti
eal Co. 32CJ Washington St. Cor.
6th, Portland Ore. EYE SIGHT
SPECIALISTS, will be In lone, all
day sod evening, Saturday, Oct,
11 to at the lone Hotel. bee him
ABOUT TOUR EYfcH.
Abundant raina have visited
this district in the lut few days
The atubble fields are greet! with
vi4unteer wheat which will fur
nish much paMturage and the
wheat which was seeded before
the raina is all up and growing ra
pldly. Those who have visised
the fields report, however, 'that
the fields art foul with weeds.
Mrs. K. K. Lundeli nd son
Norton and to small daughters
Mildred and Helen took advant
age of tne short vacatlorjatscbt 1
and jburn )fJ Ic Walla Walla
for a visit wiih friend.
THE DALLES & PENDLETON
in Internal Medicine for the
past eighteen years
DOES NOTOPE RATE ,
Will be in The Dalles on Men
Oct. 13th. Hours: 10 , 4. At The
DJUs Hotel. And in Pcndleon
Thursday Oct. lGth.attheDorion
Ho el. Office hours: . 9 a. m. to
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellcnthin ii a regular graduate In
mJlcin and surgery and It, licensed by the
stale of Oregon
He doe, not operate (or chronic append,
dtit, gall stone, uktn of stomach, twntili
or alenolJs. . r-
llc hat to hi tredlt wonderful results In
diseases of tlicitomach, liver, bowels, blood
xkln, ncrvel, heart kidney, bladder, bed wtf
, . tin cattrrh, weak lungs, rhfumatlsm, acUt-
ka, leg ulcer pnd rectal ailment
Beloio are the name of a few of hli
nuny satisfied patient:
Mr. Harriet AnitaJt, Astoria.
Allrd Clcmmcm Corval.t.
Clm. Desh, I'orlland.
W. (.'. Crubbe, Albany.
Ari. I. C. untiucKcr, 7oldo.
W. E. fiinklm, At.lUbron, Calif.
Denver Kintal J, Aih am.
Hirtlampa, St. lUleo.
L. H. Martin, Muro.
V. O. Pollard, Yrka,CaItf.
E. F. Smih, llepnr.
Mri. Wm. Schunin?, Helix
Lee 0y, North Powtfrr.
T , L. Shown, Colikn Jale.
Emma Turner, Mikkao.
Henry Towdrldge, Join Day.
J. II. Wood, vugene.
'V. P. Harris, Athena.
Mri. B. Danks, Klamarh Falls.
Mr. Walter Scott, Mt. Angel.
Henry Schultz, Pendleton.
Mrs. O. N. Klmbill, Crabtaet.
Mr. Frank Simpson, Hoodrlver , 1
I.ee Slutcher, La Grande. :V
Note above the ixact dale and Place! Per
mnent addreii: pmajor
Angeles, Calf. - i ;
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Mrs. Maudti Pointer of Salem
who had been in Lexington look
ing after her farming interests
near fht place, visUed briefly in
Ion Monday with Mr, and Mrs
J. E Swanson. Mrs. Pointer
was on her way home. She was
accompanied by her two chile
en, Harriet and Fred.
Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Hal ard
daughter Miriam departeb Sun.
for a trip to Pilot Hock and Fend
letun. At the former place they
visited at the homed Mr, Mrr.
Condra and at the lattes plade
at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Her
birt Hale. They returned home
Miss Olive Anderson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ander
son of Eight Mile district, ar.d
Mr. Lee Sparks of lone were
married in iUppner on Monday,
October, 6th. Immediately follow
Ing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs
Sparks departed by auto for Seat
tie and Everett, Washington.
These youny people are well
known here and have the good
wiahrs of the entire commutity.
The 0. K. S. Social Club of
lone recently elected the follow
ing officers: Mrs. Carl Feldmsn
Presicenl, and Mrs. JohnKrebbs
Mr. and Mrs, Elvln Ely of Mor.
gsn are the proud parenta of a
daughter botn Saturday, Sept.
4. at a heppner hospital. The
young lady weighed ten and one
half pounds. She has been nam
ed Elaine Maxine.
Mrs. Rustel Miller and daujht
cr arc spending a few weeks at
the home of Mr. Miller's pjren's
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Miller on
Those Interesttd in orgsnizine
Communito Singing Clas will
meet at the Congregational
chuach at 7:30, Monday t-veniriv
October, 13. Mr. Riggs hih
school instuctor has kinhly crn
sented to letd the alaia We
hope a goedly crowd will te
Tie" Ckl..'. KUg f Bt..u
To the Chlneae the tiger, not thr
llon, la the king of beasta. From
childhood thry are taught to fenr tin1
tier, and l li inuilu the bui;uhoo b
frlithn-n youngstern. If ttny are
nnnghty they are told Hint thi "luu
lm" (tlicer) will cntch them. Pnpor
trrt are runted over doora In flilnn.
ao that the evil dpi rite, eeelng the
beast, will Mr away.
The Chinee have great fulth In
tlgtr boiiM, claw a and ilnewa aa med
icine. Plnce the tiger la ao Mrong,
they aay, medicine made of hi tu must
make one atrong. Traveling medicine
men with tiger aklna atretched on
their polva at algnboarda rarely wait
long for purchasera of their waree.
New York Timet.
It man In 1772 that Ilenjamln Frank
lin (tied hit hand at Juuruallaiu fur the
tint time, wrttea Nathan 0. Goodmiiti
In the llaltliDore Sun. Without their
being Identified he allpped artlclei In
to the Couront under the name of
"Mre. Silence Pogood." Parading be
hind the mask of ahrewd middle
aged widow thli ilxtecn year-old boy
carried on a moral and Intellectual
crusade, Including nn attack on "acol
lara" at Harvard college. Already
Pranklln knew how to nils light,
amualng observation In serious did
cuhrIoiis without falling Into burlesiue,
and be avoided bitterness.
Old, Vut Apt rKraia
Few phrases are more apt than "All
his grese are swans," which hue come
down to ua thronch more than flOO
years, and which we understand to be
practically synonymous with the line
"He Is prone to exaggerate."
Like ao ninny other Idioms now a
solid part of our dally conversation,
(his one was originally found In a book
now considered a classic.
' It waa first used In none other than
the famous "Anatomy of Melancholia,"
by Itobert Burton, over three centuries
ao. Knnsai City Times.
j Water Clau Eggs
According to the findings of the
itioma ronomlcs students at the YVIa
COI181D CUliCEB VI OIII ILUIIUI V. KlilLM
ore4 ta W8tef glIM w .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul balaiger
and Mrs. S. E. Moore motored to
Portland Saturday, returnir g
Monday. Alfrec Balsiger made
the trip with to the city with
them, where he goes to resume
his school work for the year.
On Thursday evening, 0 :tober
21. Mrs. Anna M. Ellia, Grand
Conductors of the Eaaen Star
of Oregon, will pay an official
visit to Locust Chapter, No. 119, tugenerived in Morgan Wed.
of lone. Mrs. Ellis' home is Bsy tor a vit I at the home of the for
Cty j mer' jwfenfs, Mr. and Mrs. K
. E. Harbison.
Mrs. M. L. Case and Mr. Mrs. Tne opennjl 0f the hunting
Cus Jones of Hrppnerwere calling eMon fot p,ea$nlJ brought many
at the J. E. Crimes home Sunday l.norsmen to our vallev. The birds
Harold Ahalt and little daught,eem tl be plentiful and many of
er have returned to Idaho. the hunters bag their limit. All
a lew days visit here with relatives ro0ms were taken over the week
anp friends. Iend at the lone Hctel.
The meetings in the rentlcostl n,t hewy ejected officm n
al Mission, under the leadership the American Legion Auxiliary
of W R. Macdonald will continue are Mrl. Mary Beckner, prtsident
throughout mis wee. nti, yivUn Haguewood, vioe
The Udiesof the Congregatln'prejjjt; Mrs. Margret BUke.se
al Church will hold a hot I amale
sale on election day, wovemeer, 4
The Mid Columbia Assoslatk n
oi congregauonai vnurencs win
hold its regular meeting at li e
Dalles. October, 14.
The Walter Eubanks ranch Just
below lone has been sold to Mr.
Roberts of The Dalles. Mr. L'u
banks has leased the farm and will
continue to make it his home.
IONE BARBER SHOP
Golda E. Mumma "
TEACHER OF PIANO
. Pupil of W'm. R. Drown anal
France Strkgcl Burke,
U.US0N and WHITE CONSERVATORY
High School Credits Given.
'S'udio: Main Street,
; Hermiston, Oregon.
N ARlnity With Vic.
Prudence Is a quality Incompatible
with vice, and ran never he effective
1 enlisted In Its cause. Burke.
I R. RODISON
OF HIGH X
u:: GRADE MA- 0
0: 'CHINE work:
'' r Awrnn I v
0 J Bearings pouredi
t . T
land fitted to re
Nice New Line
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Dick of Pom
eroy Wash, were rt cent over
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mason. The Dicks were on a vac
ation trip and planned to visit Mr
and Mrs. W. E Bullae! at Cola
Beach before they return home.
Both the Dicks and Bollards are
former lone residents.
Mr- and Mrs. Robert Harbison
! nu naumer, Dorothy Anne.oi
i a a . .aft m
Miss Arteta Farrens has Cone
t0 salerA where she has employ
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Medlockand
son in lap and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Gentry, have departed by
auto for Ava, Missouri. Their
plans are to locate in Missouri or
possibly at some other point in the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nichoson re
turned Friday from Portland where
Mrs. Nichoson had gone foi med
Star Brand shoes at
Bristow & Johnson's
I wish to announce to the
electors of Morrow Connty,
that, at the coming election, 1 i
will be a condidate.on the Rc
pnblican ticket for the office tf
County Commissioner for the
short term, succeeding L. P
Are no Experiment but are the
Product of Experience. The name
tells the Story. 5
P. G. Balsiger
For Sle: Ohio Improved
Chester Whita Pius from ithis
tred Stock. Either sex a Rood
deal cheaper than sending awa.
All old enough to wean now.
At the Windsor Castle Kanch,
down the Highway i mile he!ow
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles Auto Tops
Leave your reparingat Oscar Cochran's tor
IIEPPNEK - oki;Ck.n
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Are the Cause of Your Getting
Those Finer Points of Service-
By nature some of the jfinest bointi neceessarily a part of better
mortuary service are more appropriately cared for by a woman.
Our trained lady assistant auares these little fioerie being well
taken care of.
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