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THE IONE PrtOCLAIMER
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Morrow County Is the Richest Gctunty Per Capita In Oregon. : . - .. lone Is the Best Grty In Morrow County
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, Vol. X. ; No! A3. IONE, OREGON, . FBIDAYr 3VLY 30, 1909. :-' - Whole No. 652. V
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Header bed Lumber
. ; Rack Sills .V:
' and ",.V:v.
- CHAW. OIOKEV.
Across the street from Post Office.
! The placebo get a nice cool drink.
Give U8 a call, we will treat you right. '
(NEXT DOOR TO WOOLERY'S OFFICE.)
RALPH HYMCR, Po. -
I am certainly there with the fane Hair cutting a0 smooth Shaving.
CALL ONCE, AND YOU WILL CALL AGAIN.
Uunfln MBptet and M-Tub hi connection.
' Star rucrs, itf rtir whs, Is Mr M. .
Summer" Rates Bast
.,. During the Season 1909 " ,
' via the. ; ; .
Oregon Railroad & Navigation co
, OREGON SHORT LINE AND i . .
- UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD- ,
; a ' f. . '
, , "from
Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Wajla AVallo
: and all points on the O. R. & N. line
To OMAHA and Return $60.
to kansas crrY "
OF TEE WORLD.
"There U it tfme In evtry rnftn'i
education trht-ii lie nrrtvw atthe
oonvictioii thnt envy hi iiioranco;
that imitation is suicide; tlmt he
in ml take himtrlf fer litlter, for
worse, its hiBporUoD'KiiULox,
It is difficult to find a hniwr to
day that is noi filled nitti tlii
nccotuttrof ftmrdcri, iiiicidrs ami
ruhberr. Iho retienn fur tills Btujt-
f ftffairs in lioctinse of eitVy. The
iuiiloii5 of a poor worn it who
(tilted her hiubnnd in. P(rtland iho
other Hay x canned by Iter envy
of tinotherit churoi. The, poor
deluded mortata who resort to byr
glarr ere acuatcd by the snnie
feeling of envy of Ihoso who have
money, And not haying the money
making .power, steal to obtain
the thing they covet.
In tlia cities are. hiiiuirrdi ol
.people whn are envious ol (fie
Hinusements at the rich and in
trying toiinitaLe that clnn of
life, um means for chenft enter
tainment that in its turn teach
them vice and corrupt their lives.
The children raised in sticli an
j atmosphere, in their turn add to
the unhappy state of affnln and
so the o4 ties are coining to be hot
beds of unhappy, vice from which
mother and fathers should hesi
late to take, itieir children uiu
make for them a home.."
The people Who hsve learned
Emerson's lesson of education In
the question of envy, oat go to the
cities and find much tVv is gnosl
ttsjlHiildlog and entertangUn, but
the classes who are not aware that
God hai sent them to fill exactly
tlta place the are occupying
and-ao causedftheui to be filled
with contentment with tbeir Ipt,
are better far away from the things
that are beyond their, reach.
It Is not only questioneof money
worth and phrsical beauty that
pwople becTrflt envious of, 1ml
attributes of educational ability,
the happy faculty of making
friends and many other things of
life will 611 the unhappy minds
o those people who have not-
learned this large lesson of sell
sat i sfacljgn-jrjlh life
To CHICAGO 7 2.50
' and toother principal rltles htthe East, tlfddle West and Booth,
: , CorrespondiDgly low fare, - 1 . . -
Or Sale 4mm X. 3, hiy 2, i, Aufest il, 12,
To DENVER and Return $55. '
Om 6U r V, iury Aofitst II ;
Going transit limit lOrrftvs from data of sale, Una) retarn Unit October SI.
TbM lictwti prttnt toai Tery aitractiv feaiarea In fbe wy of stopover
prirfhwes, and ehoios of rontes; Uwreby euaUiag saMengers to Mske side trips
to sjanytnterasting potnu aaroate. -
Rooting oo the retarn trip through California atay be had ata alight adranot
mt the rates q noted.
Fall particular, sleeping ear reeraUoos and UckeH will bo rarnifhod by any
R.AN, local aaent, or '
WM. lfcMtrRRA.T, Gixmal pAMisora kamxr, Pow, Oaooowr
Iocnlities Itave been arrested in
Where one district has a greater
NOTICE Fon pmiJCATIOS
wt Caul Land (n mi.i'RKt MiU1mMC4S
i DejiaTUKST of Til iTTwrroa
V. S. Ua4 omeeatTho IMm. r
i mm . t in
RMIrtaaMbrtreiilhairlar H Znll.
worth brttn n far "n hrlriutf Virif
''III. IrMMd. nf PcmsIm.
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. t HtrMtaa kM IM Mtlrtri lM
Horn t Mki inal intu prwf. iMMllah
rlalM Dm Imm -kov aMrrtk-a. Mm tfc
OMtaMr ol Tr X TOa BaUaa, Oiayn
mm to Mik r f . Ma.
(lalaMBi awMM wMmm: J. Wad.
I Wada r4 Jm II ! ArltM
I HtrV Vvti I Ow.r JUrrlB mi
" , . ft M9t-s, fetatHttr.
"pull" tlmti another and especial
ly w I ten the district with the"pull"
fears the' naturally bcltrr ttondl
tious of places near them, you will
find a state of affairs that is low
and pitiful in it mall. ways of
hindering tin turn) and profer
growtli. - Thia condition has 'been
apparent in the building of Tacoma
and Bent tie; Duluth and Snpetjor;
rft I'aul and Uinneapolui, and
4nany oilier places that could be
Tdted. ltut the natural develop
ment overcame those small and
petty, people w Ira wero temporarily
in power and the cities came 16
Uie front and are doing, the work
their natural condition called for.
80 In all things of life will
Emerson's words prove true," that
though the wide nuirerte Is full
of good, no kernel of nourishing
corn can come to him but through
bh) toil bestowed on that plft wf
ground which is given to him to
till". Ami whan w4arn to teach
rite-lit Hfrt chHdmt- that bo tfme
other thinf will so ruin their lifet
THE BANK OF IONE
Has served the community ot lone with bank!
-, ing facilities for several years. '. Irl doing
tfcis we have )ad the co-operation of
our local people. We, are bet
tef prepared than ever to
- take careofthebank
; ing business of .
--- ' ; . ' this com- . .. . : "" v '
" . x ' munity.
- Conservative business is invited, .
.Capital' ' - ' " J15M
Surplus and Undivided Profits . $4,000.
J, E. Cportan. President. -T.J.
Mahoney, Vice Prcfrklent.
- J. D. Cronan, . Cttsliier. .
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a-rtt-.T KWAmz ...
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V' S 0 N E T MAGAZINC
JOHN H. WILT
C.B. SPERRY ,t
SPERRY & WILT ?
HORSE-SHOEIING, A SPECIAITV.
Quick Service and All Work Guaranteed.
as the vke of "envy" then w will
pegin to nrercoute the"suffariitf
of the werld."
tanlsimn, it Ja ganerallf fcaoww, a
a metallic element fooo In elar an
Is tbe same material of watch rubles,
sapphires, emery and eram are aaode.
It eaters Into tbe eomooaittoB ef a
large onmber of other nuterlals, and It
Is evtlmated that la rts varioos eoav
poands alaralolnni forma about oo
twelftb of the craat of tbe earth. Bverr
brick In entry bulklln U said to be SO
per east alamlnlam. It Is prodoc-ed bj
tb deeomposlttoo of elaj. which Is a
salt eomnowd slllcte acid eMnbtnad
with aluminium, Tbe alnakinJam la
separated from tbe silica by tbe appll
eatkw of electricity. Baparatioa bao
erar been soceewrnllT doae Mt aay
other way. Boston Oiob.
1 bare swvor eem Macksuakee erer
awraa fast lone, end I snook doabt If
tbey grow to a treatar leawtb. TbaT
are not bard to eaten, tboajrb hi an
opea 4eM tbey eon ran about os fast
aa a aaan eaa. " Wbea eaaabt 4ber
etrncirle deapevatety antll tbey And
tbatw M do opportanlty to eerspe. wbea
tbay will sir np flohtlnf nod aaoy be
bandied with Imparity. I bare never
found tbaae anakea to be rletoom, Tbsy
eaa be bandied easily, and tbeir Wto is
banul a. ' Tbey eaa onvMoe prwtty
bard If tbey cot a tam amand year
waist, bat not bard enoas break a
lis roroet and 9umm,
owed proeueoi advice grrea, by a
mMntbrana- If irw f ahonUI faa OB
bMfcnd b Blsht Owvwr aHant -UnrOarf
nrinf and everybody. Will b wt 1
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