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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View This Issue
lHfc JONE INDEPENDENT
Fuhliahrri Kvry Friday by
One Year $1.50 ,
ThiwMomh. 0..W ,
EniereJ as worn) Class tnatu at
il poatefftre at lone, Oregon, under
art r,r y.mh X IS79.
Friday, June 5, 1931
zt?am?rt?tt:tMxttttiix-i-nnfu lUistrictthe question of increasing
tho tav Wv for th. vonr 1S.1l.:a
In our desire to he men iftd '" over the amount limited by section
pendulum has swung in l ivor ol t anicle xl of the Constitution
the prisoner and far atcay from ,') of Oregon.
protection o' swiety. ' The reasons for increasing such
Prcsuk-nt foou-r k'vy are paying off Warrant In-
Personal Mention The amount of special tax rro-
posed to be levied for the said
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ries and is J1?;6!-,8? , v,
j ,m , , . Dated (h i 23J Jay of May, 1931.
five children of Toppenish, Wash. '
were Saturday night guests at 'U orf '' " R ! ,JIjst"
the home of Mrs. Ries' mother, ' mn' -
Mrs. Ella Davidson. piCNIC AT OLDEN HOME
Edison Morgan is moving, this i.oW-ivl
week into the Troge residence in yr and Mrs. L. A. Palmer, Mr
upper lone. antj MrSi rlt0rgs Peck and sons
Mrs. Elmer Griffich, fieorrc Arthur Keene and family, Mr.
and June visaed from Saturday -a-d Mrs. Van Winkle and ch:l
until Tuesday in Portland. kr.!drrn, F. W. Winnard. Miss to
Grifith and Katherine accompa-jiah Eskelson, W. E. Crosby, Arch-
nied them as far as Arlington
wh re they took the train. Also
going to Arlington was Mrs P. I
J. Linn who enjoyed a short vis.t
with her son, Thomas Griffith. land daughters, Mr and Mn F
an his wife and two chilirer.lHoskins and sons, Rov Lieuallar,
Colum i Atase
By Peter B. Kyne
Elmer Qarke had money
to burn, and there were
plenty of people willing
to hand him match.
Here U sprightly, stir
ring tale o! now ycu
have it; now you lose it;
now you find it again
America's great story
teller at his very best.
New Serial Star tin 2 In
HeRE you can name
your price and still de
cide .. . ."I will buy only
THE leading make of tire
. . . Goodyear."
lone - Oregon
l, .m I .ft
swk, emim op-i
Tax Levy Over, Amount Llnv!
jitcd by Section 11 Art. XI of
I Notice is hereby given that an
Action will be held in School
District No. 3o, of Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, at lone School house
in said school district.June 15, at
1:30 p. m., for the purpose of sub
mittiog to the lepal voters oj said
ie and Vernon M tinkers. From
the lone community Mr.and Mrs.
Noel Dobyns, Mr. and h'rs. Sto'.t
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Heme!!
wife and two sons, Junior Maron. !
George Tnjder. wife and sen, Vr. '
... . .
and Mrs. Carl Barlow and so
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Heliker, Ton'
a'd and Harriet, A. M. Zink,
Irtnk Mvson, !V rs. Ida Hutt, ;
Mnnie Normoyle, Geneva Petty
john, Jennie, Muriel and Al ee'
Patters, Lonnie, Jim and Err!
McCabe. Also presnt C. X. r-1
m'go and Milo Strandness, of Pa -;
iette. Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. llaul.r
I Dobyns of Portland uud Mr, u. )
ilrs. Liuus Andcraun and famiiy ,
of Weston. j
j Personal Mention !
.recetly arrived from Californi...
L. E. Dick, w ife and two sons,
of Pomeroy, Washington, motortd
to lone. Decoration Da', return
ing home Sinday. While, hen
they were guests in the Bert Ma
Richard McElligott of Portland '
is here looking after his farming J
! interests. IJ
J Mrs. Elmo McMillan and Rev-J
erly who have been guests lor
some time in the Emil Swanscn
home left, Friday, for their home!
Mrs. Jone Collins and Bert
Rotts arrived in lone, Wednesday
of last week and are at the Char-'
leyBotts home They came from;
Seminole, Oklohoma, by auto, !
making the drive in six days. The
distance h 2,200 miles.
Woik v.hi'c tu wait
rKVERt. IHLLS.-WVU all I l.!:rT
H Just wh-t t read in the Papers, or
vhat 1 s-e as I prowl hlthrr anil
Ion days ago. and
saw quite a tow of
the Hoya that wan
still atayltijt thoro
that wnsont up tor
year. You can tell
the ones that aro
noln.t t run. They
have ti rush Homo
and atari tllnir
thlnss up. nut the
! ones that are sot for a year or aa
I more they tan kinder lay aroynd and
i sorter mix v.th l ia Lobbyists, and
1 hr.ve a good timo without sottln?
; blamed for It.
j Was up to New York and spoke tor
i the Newspaper Publishers Association,
, thata a Cms that gathers In from all
over the Country once a year, and
j belong to an Association to help be;
j t.T each others coiuTlonr. then go
! horn.' mil wiUu Editorials against
, L'nlouUut. Not all of en, but lome do.
i Hut we did l.'.ve a flue Clnnt..
Ar:w 0. Carter from Ft. Worth.
Owner of the Star Telegram, was the
Toast Master and be nade a mighty
R,i?d o"o t io. !! alv.sijs wan a good
u'.-iv:. V t th ' rs the ftrat tlmu
;:uy L:.i ever h.id to u him to talk,
a'ld they rouldont have picked a bet-
! tcr one. He kuew the Newspapers
j and he knew the alupo thy were R
j und ho Ur.cv: t'so t'lape tho Uunj.i
' v ere in. n id h ? Jj!.t shaped his re
Pretty near every big Publi-her l.i
America was there, they hsd Just uaJ
a Convention, but like most conven
nou they hud done nctuinn but "Ue
:v" " ,ak "KeaoUr- uurcf
i'n:venttniiH vou are lust about UoHed.
At th'.s Convention there was aonio
li'.t.e aniniosiiy axalnst tha adverth
inj on the radio, that Is it ha 1 bci n a
direct collection with Newapjp t ad
vertisins. and dideut bavo the Invc't
went and pay the tax,s liiut tho
runers ar compelled too. So they
naturally took that phato up. and 1
come riiht down to it t'uito In nj j
roason why they should give thj radio '
prosrammea all tie freo advertiain;;. J
It ehould be paid for the saiuo as a
Theatre d'.c?. Hnt some of them j
o.' t'i.' Iue-.t:.ai.i. tU.'jr I...-'
: -u viiil r'.z' t '"J FOHK' o her I'll ' ;
h ive to come lu and destroy ihu wurtr. i
of their iuvc.itmtntj. Well they v.as
klndej forKettitia; heu the Pio'u'.h:
tlaa amendment come in and put nil
the Brewery'a and Ubstillery'a out cl
bii.Mm."s with no recourse t th
courts or any ehim. Even if you ar -
: IONE INDEPENDENT
"ICNE BLACKSMITH SHOP
We are prepared to take care of your
slutting requirements by the installation of an
0 e'ectric key way machine
in a wide range of sizes.
secoml hand combines for
Til "" 1. 1 V!lipUIII.J new .wiuiMiita. ,
i M Js7 I P. O'Mprn Pmnnlnr ? U.
j $1-50 A YEAR
When You Visit fleppner 1
Eat A: The
f "Elkhorn Restaurant"
jCoodMeals IJtstofService I
tru ... t
i uysician and burgeon :;
Office In Masonic Building ; ;
Trained Nurse Assistant ::
fleppner, . Oregon i:
In favor of t.vo Amondmcnt, It as
le;IUmato to than, and it It ws
voted out Uiey jhould hnve had socio
claim. So somo of these yej kliuler
made you think what thos' feltowt.
had to atand (or.
llut Its nil a lot of 'Iloey." Tho
radio wont put tho Paper out of ISusl
ness. Wo not to havo nomelhins he
Hides toothpaste, so we will always
road the papers, besides If It wa;ent
for the Peanut Vendor Sons there
wouldeul be any radio,
tiood papers will always last, and
Tabloids will continue to do a bit;
business for those that cant road.
Hut hove learned to know every Char
acter lu America by their Plciutv
alone. They have to rend little papers
In New York and big Cities, they etm
unfold a big paper, they have at go.
room. Thoy like pictures of their f;i
vorlte murderers Just like aomo oilier
like their Movie Stars. Its u ttlii:t rn
a murderer to druw well In the paers
must b good looking. Its Rctiliij; so
thore 1 nO ii.'j p." a t u man e m
mlttliiR a crime, uo one will look at
him. He Jttst cant Ket lu the papj.vt.
Charley Bch..b was tho prlnelpil
Speaker at the d! :: '.r.
Ho says ho Is an optimist even now.
and that we are not .t bad oft W H
maby we alnt.
This hunger tuny W
only bo an Illusion
Met at the Dinner I
this follow Hoy
Howard, of Serlpps
Howard, that buy-)
all the Newspaper.
Thry bought the
New York World,
and combined It
with the Kveninu
Telegram. Well he
and Serlpps are
ml?hty keen fllrds.
I also met Serlpps. Ho has whl:d.cr',
and that with Roy's full dress erenliw
cape, makes a mighty hard oniMcu
Hon to beat. They are younr. full
prcft-rra. and good credit, an.l a In
like the only way to Uep froa s;l!l-c;
your paper to i-n Ij f jint diusband
It. Howard took me to bis line o:Hc
He asked me Uat I win! 1 hive. I ,
to'd him Chop Suey. Its furnNhcJ like ,
a Joss house. He Is jsrowlns a :n. tie.
nnd signs his name with two p ni at j
uiu iie v nui
The Hoys were reany mitv rr wri
i at the dinner, another or.d mir.hty j
i -oo.l I'idleallon of l.nrd tlir.es. Som ,
of em Jut hod lo l wiuit lit.le lis ; ,
j cuiiid from the oi:-'r Itrt ft l. r'-iv. j
I small town KdHors had to J-srt act ,
I Kouin d In orde, to Impie s. 11 it It wis j
a fine affair; one of the b.-st I -vcr I
attended, male s,j by Srhv a a i I ,
Carter and a good aud'enco. j
(ii till M,S'ihl S'ic.:!. Ill ) j
For DRM'KRS go w i'. G. P.al-,
ITH SHOP" n
and a stock of shafting Jf
We also have a list of
sale. Agency for l!:.
j Dr.J.RMcCrady t
Office; Odd Fellows Hld'g.
J. 0. PETERSON
Phone M 1012 Ctlinan Bl)g,
Ev.!tiin arid Sjimljy apjintmsn
. V ( !
Tliere aise iimes
is woti its weight
And at all times it is
a precious saver of
r,teps, saver of time,
conservcr of friend
ships. It costs but a
Tin: Pacini: Th.kpiionj:
I I ami
M. M. M. JB,-e
IONE S NEW HOTEL
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Ralph Harris Manager
First Class Restaurant
Mrs. John Grimes
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
. STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before you
sell your wheat.
jA.B. GRAY M.D.
Physician & Surgeon
v arm Implements
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA W VCONS. S
Bates Steel Mule Tractor 1
'i- 7 Ik Bvifil
few cents a day. May
ve install your tele
phone? AMTi:i.ir.rupii Company
M. A JJIi .J. I
. n tt ttat-tt'tttutu
U F' H- ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor ' J
At liw ;
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