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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1930)
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Published Every h'riilay by
W. V. IIkad, K.litor lVblish-r.
One Year J1.M
S;x Moruhs 0.75
Tliivr Months 0..V)
Entered an second Clfss tuath at
thr postcliii'e ai lone, Oregon, under
ai t of March , IS79.
Turkey Shi ;:ncnts
abxmt normal. The birds have
Mrs. Carl Leathers ar.d daujrn-
te: of Hani man visit recently with
hands spill oni Grand jury will meet in Hepp-
ner, November 28. Several of our
W, C. T. U. NOTE3
Mary A, Not sod, Kcportcr
Backward, turn backward, oh time
in your (Unlit.
Give us tJie old saloon just for tonight.
Live us the odor vhat floats thru the h;r mother. Mrs. J. E. Grimes.
Stale beer unsteady
iiilC IIS thr nt.tllillitl MliMi ut.li-t..r,'i,.T
out (townspeople have been subpocn
Give us the drunkard asleep in the
Give us the foul words the sodden
Backward, turn backward, and let
' us axain
See in our alleys the drink fuddled
, I'lirust front the door of the corner
I r 'perty of Grandma Boolicr.
lul Hurchfll wIki fomul
NN. AMABH.I.K STROUTNAN CfMcou w ,,,,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shrlcvcr m day 't week, It itonv.wliat
returned th last of the wick after i "proved in health but is Mill tin
a ftw days visit In Poitland. ab c 1,1 be (ni- Tnc dause of Mr
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Mr K. T Ini!li.thaheincon.;.,,M,fc"", ",IHM ,s nm l',c
Contmiud p,( m Col. 3
u Portland Imspitrl where hIic mi
re. went an opt rat'on, Friday of
hint week. She had jronc (low n a
few tliiyH enrlitTmid her husl aud
wan culled there when it wan
fine I to her home for a few days kt,,wn 1)1,1 11 U 1 ,UH,ht ,0 k" f oun.1 that an oration was not
by illness but Is ble to be about ,l ,,IS luiirt' I ewnry.
C. W. Montgomery has rented galn. 1'it.l Me.Mtiiruy hua jwt etni-
The inter class basketbaljj mts M)I,ch mM- SCTOKMKNT lu;.i a-to-latc lionera on Ii.h
began Monday when the Juoiorsj Nllllt, hereby given that ih.undJ?V,,,0W Vrvvk rtt.nc!, 1,10 built!"
i ntf was erected la accordance
with 0, S. C. plans and has con-
been in good condition but tl e After his money is spent, all too soon
luve us the drunkard $ home, haunt
Give us the drunkard's wife, haggard
Give us the children whose father
Over the bar. food and clothing and
backward, turn backward. Time let us
See the saloo- keeper str:d by the
Trying to lurt nen and boys poiiiR by.
Like a fat spuur awaiting ;he fly.
Give the pocK '. as empty as air.
After the pay i',,vl. Is kit wit'., aim
Rackward, turn backward, oh Time.
in your flight
Give : .s the old saloon, just for to-
I'y Artemisia Andrews in News Index
Tbosf lines bring: to mind the
places of drink in the old divs.
nl.'ces that ncvr could he made
Ifcent even by a prominent
lerjiyir.an who tried opening
'hem with hymns and prayer.
It would seem' like akiti God to
bless theft, debauchery and mur
der. The very men themselves
laughed the thing down with
cuin. There is something about
'he selling rt booze that defies
1! .".tterapts at
pr.'ce has been lower than the
growers hnl hoped to get.
- Ituj I'urutma SU-
the evening Rev. Cutler conduct
ed services at the Baptist church.
As long as weather will permit
Rev. Cutler plaus to hold preach
sng services each Thursday ever
ing in lone. Every one is invite d
to here him. Rev. Cutler pas for
merly pastor of a large c iurch in
Kansas City, but felt called
t ) help the weaker t in r.hes of his
denomination so he resigned his
pastorate and is now working with
the Baptist Publication society.
He goe from place to place in a
chapel car. At present he and his
wifo are making their home in
the car but are holding religious
in the church at that place.
Uuy Chriitmt Sjtli ;
Mrs. Dale Ray has received the
the an louncement of the birth ( f
twin "boys to her rjn and daugh-terr-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. William
B.ashers of Hood River. The ba
bies were born Satnreay, Novem-
the E. C. Sperry Building on the
not in side ot Alain Street and has
opnea a i run ana vegetaoio statu?, if cored a 'J)-b lead over the rresh iimd hat filed hit final account . admin
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Hnghesof met )n Friday the Senilis won i""rc. t. . f the ett of Fnet Mor
i'ortland wese guests, Monday,
at the J. E Grimes home. They
wore o.i their way to Monumei t
Mrs. Helen Fi rrens is swnding ! The regular basket ball practice county court room in the court house .t thu lK,ult' business quite extv n-
the last of this week visiting ht r will besin soonafterThanksgivine. Hppn. Orenn. ,th pUce, of hcrinu sivi-ly.
sister. Mrs. Elbert Colvin and her I Mrs. Ceore Allen spent I ili'ay "'" ' "'J '. Objec- 7 ,..,, . (f cw. e y
daughter, Genevieve, in I'ortland. 1 eceiiins at the home of her douKh ; "T" " ". j " mu" 01 ",ru m
..v..,.,,0vlwlliaiiU,i0. ... Mrs .anus (. owns 111 1 Urn
8-7 irotn the Sophomores wl o ,a,u,on''lt,fi,JnJ 'bat the County Court crete flwrs and sawdust filled
were in the kadbj one point un. 'm IT !" Cr"i K"lk Zt wi" ,",ure lw0 1,un'lrai
it with her daughter, Arleta, in
Cole Smito drove to Portland,
Wednesday, to bring his daugh
ter, Mildred, hone for the "i'.ianks
Mrs. Alice; McNalb anC James
Warfield were Thanksgiving vis
itori in Pasco, Washington at the
home of the Chas. J. well family.
J. Giin.cs tice.Vtij made a trip
Uickreal, taking tne Dempsey
furniture down by truck.
hi 1 Ahalt has returned to his
home county. Bill was care-taker'
of the Kties Brothers' shn on
Improvements are coma up
ivvuiuwi v.vn niivu iir ' - t
... 1 T
neep were shipjnd home. ti.elyat the chicken laim 01 Jim
Mrs. Dell Wara is a patient tyJWren. which Is situated on the
The L 11 S. Girls' volley hall
team played the first '?mc
season on Thursday when
defeated I lerpinr 3-0 I low.r e
the airls were net so lucky Mt.n
day when they journeyed to lkpp
r.erto loseo-T. lVasVct tall It r
the girls will beam soon after ihe
Thankfgivinavacatlon Those mak
ina the volley ball team wet e Amy
Strodiman, Edith Tucker, Grace
Hurchell. Faye Luttrell. Lavtrne
White. Naomi McMillan, Ruth
Lufrell Heulah rskelson and Er
AJministraU r c. t. a.
xcill hold ,1 )( stilr on tutun'tiy,
. 13, at Jlrislou' O J his 'i
ILNE BLACKSMITH SHOP
We are prepared to take care of your
thattlng requirements by the Installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
In a wide range of sires. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
urjz? J. P. O'Meara. Proprietor j& : n
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Grimes left.
Wednesday, for Poi tlnnd expect
ing to return Sunday. They went
to visit Mis. Grime;' son, Louis
P.-Ip whh hna KtJon ill fnr enn-.o
ber22. They weighsd 5 pounds, f , . . ,
2 ounces and 5 pounds 7 ounces. treatment in a Portland ho . a,
swpecuvely and have been g.ven for the thn?e
me names 01 uonaia ana ueioert.
Mr. and 'Mrs- Rny and Claud and J
Gladys Brashears motored to
Hood River Sunday to wake the
acquainance of the new arrivals. I
SUPERIOR DRILLS ;
Are no Experiment but ar-' ihe
Product of Experience. Tht name
tells the Story.
P. G. Balsiger
An Kpisiiiil church taken over hj
liilnp tmd ustM as hU chief church
vhcii there Is no ratlilrul In Ms rv-I
(Iciitiul city Is cnllfil 11 (irit-ciiiliHrat
Buy fi'mai al
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
Make an Ideal Xmas Gift.
Come to Hanlons Studio
Heppner - Oregon
123 Main St.
IONE CASH MARKET I
Frawley Clarke Prodm e Co. 0
Portland will be represente in
this territory as last year by W
We sollicit your Produce trade.
Get in touch with Eubanks for
hipping dates on Turkeys.
j7 Clark & Linn &
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and General Re
Star Brand shoes at
have all the xood qualities.
And Right Price.
Automobile Service &
Accessories go to
hue - Ore.
The measure of Electric Service is accurate as your
': i r" s weights or your marketman's scales. Every
meter is doubly inspected before installation. Peri
odically it is tested to ensure that sou pay only for
service you actually use.
No matteo what amount of Electricitp you make
nse of, its cosi dwindles to nothingness compared to
the convenience you enjoy througn it. Is there any
thing that brings you more at less cost?
Fresh and Cured Meats. Butter and Ife.
I jVe Buy Cream for Swift & Company.!
Why tut Sell Your Cream in Your Home Town?
Real Estate Insurance
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L Balsigsr
representing B. G. and Co.
IPacific Power and
"Al:v2ys at your Service"
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C. L. SWEEK
First Nationa Bank BIdg.
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
tGoodMeals Best of Service t
I Physician And Surgeon
tOftice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before vouf
J sell your wheat.
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n mc"raoy : A.b.bKAYM.U. H F. H. ROBINSON
DentlSt i i Physician & Surgeon
X-Ray DIAGNOSIS lj Heppner Oregon
Off.ce; Odd Fellows BU'g. ft Glasses Filted
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VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
Bates Steel Mule Tractor
Dr. C. W. Barr
I'honc M 1012 ' Gilnuo HIJg.
Attorney & Counselor
Will l-rm tW lit AU'lVC.Mirrn
X EvenliiRHunJ Suiuvby appinfme n
I Heppner, - Oregon
PAUL G. BALSIGER