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IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Nov. 14, 1930.
I0NE HOTEL BURNS
THE RED AND WHITE
Oi l ICIAL ORGAN oNONE II. S. STUDENT BODY
Kilpli Thiminn, I'.Jilor
Friday, Nov. 14, 1930.
TO THE PARENTS
I Miss AMABELLE STRODTMAN
Since the of having your chi!-( A weiner rost was enjoyed by
lOren's welfare as to health, certi- the members of the Lyal Boys and
jt'cu to by your family rjhvsician1 Junior Cents dasse of the Lexind
FOOT BALLGAVVE , ics to bin knee and walkf-J across quatcr Int foiled to make the . hasten questioned in the County ton Church ofChrist. The members
The last football jramc of the ' the field an if he was pr-vr off Htcond 'touchdown. Troe; Court sersion of November 5th, 'of the hteh school sotnt a Eke evi n
The lone hotel was complexly m-a.son, lone vs. Ho)ipner, wis me naia; &Btau was ho cKvery iicppncr's playing was well or- il should be of Intercsl to all to'lng Friday, on Kerervoir hill,
destroyed by fire between sevin played before a very larfe crowd ( substituted for smouse to tlecive ganized they never threite.ud know that Dr. A. B.Gray was: "Ah, Kay", a mysttery andcom
andeighto'clockSunrH.vmornini.df upcctators on Iones field, i the Heppner toarn to think that the lone goal line except once tn: present the next day, Nov. Cth, 'edy drama, will be presented by
tn a 7-0 victory for lone. This
came had been looked forward to
with great ant'cabation and pJn
It is beleved the fire fct irted from
an over heated stove. The hotel
had been closed while some repair
work was being deing done, and
K. II. Stiles, the man who wis .ed to be as fully ns exciting as it
and preparing his own
in the building. The fire was
der wnv when dencuved by
TS.j r.djoining building occupid by
: Friday, November 7, and resulted the substitution was for McCabj the Hecond quarter.
work, was sleeping was expected to be.
his own meals
Ione's kick was reeeved by
un Heppneron their own 25 yard
"" line and was held fur a stnal gain
The f i ret two quartets were
When the ball was tmareJ
McCabe ran down tne fieln for ,a
pas; from Swanson who was on
the other side of the field.
McCabe was tackled on Heppncr
7pard line. Ileppner redieved th-j Farrnes-I
ballon downs and immediately j jy. y
punieu ouios uanger. lone s punt
Officals were as follows:
wa-s not run back very far and
beutifullp excuted end runs by
Fradk Fngelri. 14 larime was t, ,UalIy hard fought, neather team
riimuL'i'd bv f re and water. There ;shwiiu'unv ainivrisi!:iJil.mlvim M-r:ibn nnrl l-'nl.iinU trir.U k.. Estabe & Rmouse R
was no wind that morning which jta., though lone showed a' ball over the Hemmcr iroal lint.: Clark-It. T
made it smible to keep the lire djght edge in play in abilit. In the
fire from spri'dmg. 1 he loss, both j,
iiii:irtcr Inn vutil u
to Mr. Faank hngleman ami to fak(J JJay whieh roHultc.tl in a
Jack Camble. owner of the hotel (pU()ton t.I)pm.r.a 7 yarc lim,
binding, is jH.rtly covered by in- fttm lhl,ir mvn 4;) J;inl il (i
surance. ( In this play McCabe faked injur-
A iiart of lone hotel was builti ,r, "".. 7 f,. ...
1 i ii j i I lie llaptist Ladies Aid
VunltnuvJiUlY 1 . .......
Micuey win iuiu a I mm and
fanc work sale on Saturday
Dec. l.'J at IJristow & Johnson
scoring the only tochdownof thi E eron-R. F,
gamd. The conversation was Fwansod-R. H.
made by a pas, Swanson to Fubanks-F. ;
Eubank. lone again threatenc i Akcrs-Q. :
IK'Itpner's goal line in the 4 h McCale-L. II.
i i open court, and was asked his the Senhr class of L, H.S. onFri
openion as" County Physician 'day evening' Nov. 14, In the audi
that should a parent take their' toriur.i An Emission fee of 25
chid to their family physition th. t and f! ' r--1 ' V'H be charged.
j aid the qhysition should sign a; The gruJ school football boys
I request to the school athorites te met theirs?: mj defeat, 13-0, at
t j have the chile exensed from the hanJ., ..I Heppncr, Thursday,
jsnch games as basket ball, base-jon the Rodeo fitld. The boys play
j ball foot-ball or other straneons ins in all of the games of the seas
i exercizes, should such request be will beiwarded lett -rsat the end
ler.forsed!! ;of thw f otbal! season,
j Dr. Gray, after marking that Mr: an J Mrs. M L. Rowel, ac
! he unstood import of the question com mnied bv MrsE C. Frank of
aod afttr starting in a clear, for-; (one, were visiting at the ranch
ceful imqortal maner, his reason home of W. H. Helm on Saturday
j for such an ojenion, said the While returning to his home in
jchild shonld not qlay or ingage; Hermiston on Thursday last.D. A.
;in the for bedin exercizes rrohib- Cibbs m -t witi an acciient. The
Continued on I'g. 4 J Continued on last Pg.
CITY d IONE, OKKCON
HuJg't Covering FMimatcd Kx
p:.ucs an3 Proposed Tax Levy f
the City of lone for the Year. 1931.
Notice is hen by given that on
Tues lay, the 4th day of Decem
ber. lj:ti, at the hour of 8:00 o'
clock p. in., the Common Council
of the City of lone, Oregon, will
meet at the Council Chamber of
said City for the purjH.sf of dis
cussing the Budget and hearing
er in the City of lone, will be heard
for or against the tax levy as
hereinafter proved, which has
I em prepared in aecordan'.ewith
the provisions of chapter 113 of
the General I.iws of the I t'.te of
Ore., for ULU. and wh':h shows
,,r, ..utimntK nf the r.nK'V.nt f
money necessary to be raised by
taxation by the city the City Gov
ernment for the ensuing yi-ar
of 1U J1. Also showing the
able reccints of said city
th:m by direct taxation upon real
and iersonal property fr th ? yes r
Light & Power $111)2.52
Marshal's Salary DJ0.00
Recorder's Salary ...00.00
Treasurer's Salary . ).)
Interest on Bonded Debt 780.00
Intereeston Warrant Debt 13.00
State Acc. Ins. Com. ... 28.10
Miscdaneous Expenses . . . .501.00
Street Work and Gravel.. 300.00
Office Rent. 30-00
Sinking Fund , 1500.00
.Licences a d ."incs 15'). 00
Fstimnted 't axes 2582.37
It Is estimated that it will be
nocFflary to raise, by taxation, the
sum of ,2,r8r) 3,', as shown alovc,
after deductinjr receipts from from
J. II. Bryson, Paul T. Bal-
Statciman'i Tact Won
Friendship of Dickens
Cluirlf I lk t-ti m, ii wi-ll known,
Inn) very linle nt 1r imlltli liinn. In
ili'fit, llinniulniiii nil hi writing lliln
ilUiliiIii, which miinuittft fri'iini'iitly to
uio-r d!nMist, In n-rtiftinl. It wim but
imliirul, IhiTcfnre, that rn-mli-r I Ma
hi el I nlnjiilj nmii' under bin (Ire.
1'i'fiTi lui; to the MulcHimit! on - In
prUnto I'ouxt'inulliiii, be PVe hlilrrly
of "I hut iIuk" rarrj Ins ii In juirlln.
iiiciit. Within h few tuoiit Iim ho nut
1'Urtn'li for lhr nrt tlni(. Ilf rmihl
liardly tn write to frleml.
- hut it delightful fellow he In! Whnt
a pity It In Unit be Kliiitilil -er hnve
iihntulolieil llteriitttre for polith'!"
Th( Incident U KlutilfU'Miit frmii to
MiiniloliiU. It U nnother utrlklnu
llltistriitloii of bow a ii ui u hit; nd
broiiil mid nymptithetlc riioiih to ron
wive "Poinhey nnd Son," "I.lltle m.r
rlf nnd "Oivld Coiierf1eld" ii hnppy
to enrreet r lmtll,v I' inned crriiniHitH
ImpreHnitiu. And It I'ne.iU u.;.n the
niuve dexterity of I'.enjutnln IMsniell.
It It evident thut the retnler tulked
tmt of polltln tbut day to Chnrle
IMikem, but nf literuturc. And he
Drob- nmdc of hlin n friend. Oisraell win
,i .,r iilnnyn niHklnsr friend Jtint like that
SPECIALS FOR NOV. 15-17
Oumlm Wui Id lleruld.
Make an Ideal Xmas Gift.
Come to Hanlons Studio
Heppncr - Oregon .
123 Main St.
Fraw loy Clarke rmluce Co. of
Portland will be representc in
this territory as last year by W.
M. Eubank s.
We wdlicit your Pnxluce trade.
Get in touch with Kubanks for
shipping dates on Turkeys.
IONE BARBER SHOP
Red & White Coffee, lib $0.35
White Wonder Soap, 3 bars .13
nt c 1 1 7i -l i. i i n
" " Oval Sardines, 2 for .19
Red &Vht.PNiUButter lib Glass.23
Red Mex. Bean?, 81b for .49
Pink Beans, 81b for .59
Tour Loaves Pendleton Bread .30
Swift & Company Will Receive
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19.
Phone for Prices
IONE CASH MARKET
Phone No. 32 - lone, Ore.
-iU.-n fc , . .,..y,.,(J,,,P ri.-v -4-u f JtJin f-u ryu rwxyH i f
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles Auto Tops
Leave your reparinjat 0;car Cochran's tor
t Best Cane Sugir, 71b
IIEPPNER - OREGJN
3 4?iU" tt:' vt' vit:--
1 1 1,
Gol la E. Mumma
TEACHER OF PIANO
Pupil o(VVm. R, Ilrowii and
Fiancti SI i lend Burke,
ELL'SON and WHITE CONSERVATORY
High School Credits Given.
S udio: Mnin Street,
t ALL KlNDb;;
f OF HIGH ::
T in TAn f " f
PARFFIIF J.Y t a
.A. A a.
t Motor rccround T
ltparin nniirpd? W
Iind fitted to re
See Those New
Bristow & Johnson's
They will make your house cosy and wrrro U.ls
winter and are very reasonably priced.
Watch for our RED HOT Red & White
Specials each Saturday nad Monday. .
, WeTty to ricase.
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
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MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. We
Are the Cause of Your Getting
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. Cox, Manager.
Tiose Finer Points of Service-
By nature omc of the finest boints neceessarlly a part of better
mortuary service are more appropriately cared for by a woman.
Our trained lady assistant assares these liUle fineries being well
taken care of.
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