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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1930)
Published Kvery Friday by
V. V. Ili-An, Editor !.l.lihr
One Year Jl.M
Three Month O.jO
Entered as second Cluss math l
the postotiVe at lone, Oregon, under
act of March .1, 1S79.
Friday, Oct 10J 930.
Mis C W Swan son son Cat
ton reiurn d Monday from ap eas
ant visit wi h relatives in South
Bend, Washington. Oh the return
trip they wtre accompanied bv
Mrs. Swanson.s sister Mrs. E. P.
Newton, who will visit dere with
her motner, Mrs. Katie Petty,
and other rela ives.
Other guests in the Katie Pet
tey' home on Willow Creek are
her daughter Mrs. James Coss
man and grand daughter, Edith
May. Mr Cossnun, who has been
teaching in Ca ifornia is now lo
cateJ at Eugene where he is assi
taut coach at thj Univer.ity of
Lynn Dempwy and Hill U'ir
we e wek end huntors whojom
rtfe.l to the mountuinsineearih
of deer, t"
Mr. and Mtp. Ralph Hfinjs
vho have been ftyin for pome
time on the Fred Mcmnrray
-anch above town, liavq returrnd
to their home in lone.
school meeting of the leira
at era of I) strict No. 35 was
ie!d September 30 for the pur
est' of discussing the budget
and to vote on the propositio of
evyinji a special Distrirt tax to
cover a deficit mused by an en
nade in a former budget. Th1
special tax ca'titd by a vote of
No. of Clear Days 12.00
No. partly cloudy days 11.00
No. cloudy days 7 00
Total precipitation 0 33
Total reclp.taticn since
September 1 ' .33
For same period last year : . 0 02
Direction of prevailing wind... W
R. E. lbbison k
Co yvrurr Obsarwr.
Dr. Clarke. EYE SPECIALIST, in
l)ne, Sat. Oct, 11 h. lone Hole'.
Rule of Life
W'hr.t must I ' "II Hint con
wit s me, tv" Wit T o people
think. This i, f, n;u:iil.v nriluous
In urtuul k: i in In t !lv'. :';il Hf'.
may serve ( i'v v,:i.!c inunction
l.ttwwi Kiv i-u'iinni'ss.
It Is the IwuV. v. I- : you v 'I
nlwa.v flml th. v : think thy
' know what I your duty bettor than
I you know It. Emerson.
PIANO IN STORAGE
Looks and is like ruw. Will sacri
fice for balance, $163. Terms, 2
weekly, or monthly or crop pay
ments Will discount for cash.
Write Tallman Piano Store.
393 So. 12 St. Salem, Ore.
f i- r r- r i m a
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I DR. J. L CALLAWAY
I'hotu 9.1 H.-bpiwr, Ortjjoa
TO YOU SERVICE
: Dermatician :
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
Back of button you press so confidently to put Electri
city to work, there is teeming activity. Men are on the
move constantly to keep this boundless energy flowing in
to your home with seldom a momentary pause and never X
a protracted absence! X
You snap a switch and a motor whirrs to work for you
at a cost of a few pennies an hour! And what work! Clean
ing, washing, sewing, ironing, what household task re
mains that a little Electric motor can not do? And do it
I quicker, better, cheaper! Back oo every motor that moves
so efficiently in your in your service, there is a depend-
I able supply of energy to put it to work the instant you
requir it through the
Pacific Power and
"A ways at your Service
C. L SWEEK
First Nat ion a tank Bld&
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Sen ice
1 .''VKULY HILLS, Cnl.- Wol! nil I
kiuiw JtiHt what I road In the win
tl.il mIiopIx, ami whut I hold a clinic
over at I prowl
Mthor and yon.
Wull Sir I nuiNi
toll you more tilxmt
that tnlnlnx town
of "nodle," Col. Il
wan one ot tlio (n
moui m I n I u r
c a m p of later
days, but hud hi'iu
practically don -rt
od for yearn, but
with tlio Uoinand
for Hold here lately
there waa a revival
cf the famoua old place. Harry Carr.
ii'ii) of the bent newspaper men on
tl.:.i or any other coaat, had been up
there wrltlug wonderful atorlea of
what It meant to a mining town to he
convalescing, and ahout to ivaeh Rood
hrallti attain. He claimed the thing
vsa running almost aa wide open bh
iv o ot our big titles, that the gam
hKns, and drinking was In a small way
: a a comparison with New York or
Well In my times (I am talking like
o' o ot the early Plouerra). 1 have
.'ii some of the boys foolishly, and at
hue otherwise, lay a small wager
vt tl.e outcome of what later would
i apparent as a haiardoua game.
V::d In passing by 1 had peeped In
:nl r swinging doors and there would
i men alpplng various nectars. Well
.ii a. Rogers and I were Just out prowl
isg around. We were working on
'.Killing a fine old classic, and had
!k. u taking a great part ot the Scenes
u the original site where the ploy
v laid, at Lake Tahoe. Mr. Henry
Kins, our Director, had told me that
hu hud seen just about all ot my rare
that he desired for exterior photo-
J& Clark & Linn &
Carpenter Work, Painting. IV
I per Hanging and General Re
Cook with Gas.
See Bert Mason.
MskUi Best ef Ability
'('lie art of being ahl t make
good use of moderate iblllUea wlni
esteem, and often confera more repu
tation than real merit. Moihefouc-nuld.
The prayers olVered each il.iy at the
opening of the kvhsIou of rongrma art
eMeiiiioruiieonn and d'ffer front ay
J rrjphlc purposes, and that If I wanted
: i could head for home, and aa they
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GOODYEAR TIRO J
h ave all the goj qnalitties,
And Right Price.
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A.D. McMURDO, M.D.
Physician And Surgeon
Ofiice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Htppner, Oregon X
Physician & Surgeon
Heppner - Otiin
F. H. ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
Will I'ruttlce In All The (Nxirta
For Automobile Service &
Accessories go to
Dr.J.H. Mc Grady
Office; Odd Ftilows Bld'g.
Dr. C. W. Barr
rhoneM1012 Gilmsa Dldg.
I ii-j-.a., C.C,
Evenings and Sunavhy apoinf ment.
I had a few more days work without
I! me I needeut be In any hurry to gel
J, III IHHIir. 11 VII lli m mm I iftiu M V
t j nl'i y. I bet a lot ot you like this too.
1 1 We went down through all the old
n-nlv 49 ramns. Slitter Creek. Anaels
I : :: "...
lamp, in Lauveras, mats me exan
homo ot Mark Twalna Jumping frog,
"1 fcsllr the storr tKat tVi more to
t j make Twain than any other one thing
41 no ever iiu. iiicy nave a rrog uoui-o
T iknm vorv wir Vrnr Rlnrlur Vmt
J. ..... .w J I - " n - - r. - -
4 Jumping, and wind up by eating an
the frogs that had routested, and
, everybody wind up with a Frog in
t; their throat. Then (Irete Hart was
there and all his stories are around In
that country. Jackson, one ot the
early ones, I had made two ph-turrs
tliPie previously, !nd hadent been
'o: i-!: for ten yeara.
Then to Senora, another old timer,
but which held on fine, and la today
a rial little town. Then over Seuora
pass. Scenery Oh Hoy what views.
Hut Its getting late we must get
to Itodie. Ita away over near the
Nevada line In the aage brush desert.
My wife was afraid to go, aha bad
read Carrs articles and ahe was look
ing for whooping, shooting, and gam-
boleering. Well the poor Devils the
light before, Just twenty four hours
to correct time announcement, why
the Pro-Ill's, bad raided the place,
broke all the booie In 13 saloons, put
15 men under 1S00 hundred dollar
bonds, and you should have seen the
place this night. Orr car was the only
thin; moving In the town. Indignation
meetings consisted of two and three
huddled In front ot what had been a
aloon door. It was still lighted up.
;ut saspharllla was their diet. It waa
i real surprise raid. The mlnea badent
opened that day, for they bad had no
nibtenanee for 21 hours and couldcnt
work. 1 talked with them, but It was
almost like speaking over the body of
.t fallen comrade. Their voice was not
only reverent but parched. They
couldcnt understand why they out of
120 million DeoDle should ha
f i natcd Malnst. Whr ahould they bt
the only eiamnln nf Pmhihtt tk..
, ,j felt that their work demanded as
much or more liquid fortitude as Is
!!i allowed tollers on Wall street. Thev
j f'tlmnted In low tones the amount of
liootieggers that these officers most
have passed In their trip away out lit
this deaert, from San Francisco where
they had come. It will always remain
In my memory as the deddest town I
We used to have a rule that our
government wouldn't recognize any
that had come Into
power by force and
somebody that bad
our hlBtory hap
pened to ask,
"Well, how did our
In power?" So now
we recognize 'em
no matter who
they shot to ret In.
Yesterday we took
In gentlna, liollvla and Peru. All
you have to promise la that you will
buy something from us, even If It's
only guns for the next revolution.
It RuBHla will Just afcave, and buy
i some tractors, we will recognize them.
T i Thtira la rn mini, thin., aa n 11,!., n n u
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before out
I sell your wheat.
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
IONE CASH MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats, Butter and Eggs.
1 We Buy Cream for Swift & Company. I
Why not bell Your Cream in Your Home Town?
I Real Estate Insurance !
we are prepared 10 take care oi your
shading requirements by the instaltation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
in a wide range of sizes. We aUo have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
J. P. O'Meara, Proprietor j&
cater to the patronage of those who
wish first class accommodations.
Cole Smith, Manager.
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VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRUJA FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERSVUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WXGONS.
Bates Steel Mule Tractor
f 1 i uuiu . v .,v uw, .mug a a u imii an
more, as long as he can pay tils way.
( If J0, McN.u.hl Symllciu, Inc.)
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