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About The Ione journal. (Ione, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1915)
THE I ONE JOURNAL
A Strictlx Iome Paper Tor Morrow
Published Every Wednesday By
F. WALLACE SEARS
Entered at th, Fostoffic lone, Oregon;
as Second-class , matter' y
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Most rat holes
tag inta ,
will bear look-
Isn't the lover who braves
storm a rain-beau?
It doesn't take an ax to cut ac
quaintance. """Corn on the cob is. more, act
ceptable than the corn on the foot
Than is no imoroDrlety in us
ing a spring wagon in the fall.
Jt isn't long before the "good
fellow" is a poor fellow.
Woman are vain, but men are
so much more so with less reason.
Hanv a man is in great fear
that he will get all that is com
ing to him.
We notice that most people
who are consumed by cu rosily
' If our mistake teaches
nothing it were hardl
while to make th
y woiui ihw
A horse is not of any use until
it Is broken, but it is different
with a plow.
Though we may never havi
lost any, most of us are lookini
for money all the same.
A hen. will spend a whole d ax
getting up an egg that a hungrj
man can eat in a minute.
Here is a good question for
Ireeums to discuss this wintei :
"How much is enough?"
When you buy a balky horse yoi
may not pay for any harness, but
you will be sure to get halter. -
The wise man does not let hit
wife hear him boast that he it
a good manager; the knows bet
Don't wait for success to come
In your yard, Grab it by the
collar and yank it inside the gate
.He waa an ambitious youth,
the simple life was not for him.
Ala waa determined to go upon
theitage. His persistence won
the day. He now drives the
stage between Upturn's Corner's
and Newton. Center,
The are two classes of mer
chastethose who advertise, and
those who do not. The man who
advertises baa the best of the deaJ
Ha keeps himself Before tie.
public and he keep his wares
before the puWie-end he keips
their quality and price uppei
aaoat la the public mind.., Peop'e
talk about a eian who advertise-,
i 1 , ,
uecauae mey Know ne naa some
thing worth advertising, or he
Consider the editor. He wear
eth purple and fine linen. His
aooae is amongst the mansions!
Of the rich. Hla wife hath- her
limousine and his first-born
sporteth a racing car that can
hit her up in forty flat.
Lol All the people breakethl
their necks to. hand him money.
A child is born unto the wife of
a merchant in the bazaa&v The
physician getteth ten golden
piuhks, . ine taitor wntetn a
stick and a half and telleth the
multitude that the child tippeth
the beam at nine pounds. "" Yea,
he lieth even as- a centrurion.
And the proud father giveth him
Behold, the young one groweth
uo-an graduateth. And the
editor puteth into hia paper a
eTT notice. Yea. a neach of a
notice. He telleth .the wisdom
of the young woman, and of her
exceeding comliness. Like unto
the rosea of Sharon is. she and
her gown is played up to beat the
band. And the dressmaker get
teth two score and four Iron men.
And the editor getteth a iote of
thanks from the S. G. G.
The daughter goeth a journey.
And the editor thro we th himself
on the story of the farewell party.
It runneth a column, solid. And
the fair one remembereth him
from afar with a picture postal
with exceeding great frmps.
And they pulleth out their ads
and the swing the hammer unto
third add fourth generations.
Canst thou beat It?
1 No Patent On ThU . ;
An Iowa farmer has devised a
rat trap on which he claims no pat
ent but which anyone troubM
with rats can use. He purchased
a big galvanized iron bucket; or
garbage pail, and placed it in the
barn. He filled it two-thirds full
of water and onltop of the water
a layer of chaffy -oats an Inch
deep. The next morning as
oats and drowned rata. He re-
baited his trap and, the next
morning he figured results and
found he had aimlessly but with
malice aforethought, gotten rid
of eighty-nine rats. He declares
it will rid a barn in a short time.
When the editor of a country
paper starts in on Monday morn
ing to get vp something for his
paper in the way of interesting
local news and finds,- after nos
ing around, that nothing has
happened in the town or com
munity that he can write up,
and nobody gives in any personal
or local hews, and every fellow
he talks to says, "I don't know
a thing' and his liver is not
working right and .he feels' as
though he had just as soon loop
ed the loop with Lincoln Beachey
as to go to work that's the
time when he would like to turn
the job over to the "Smart
Aleck" who thinks he could get
up a bettor paper than the editor
and not half try.
- Lancaster, , Ma J. Kelly
Wright, lecturer for the state
of agriculture, waa here laSt
week inspecting the elephant
farm of William P. Hall (Dia
mond Bill.) Although not gen
erally known. Hall has the only
elephant market on this contin
arid since the war, the largest m
either Europe or America. Be
controls the elephant tntdi tff
this Hemisphere. -r - j
Des Moines, la. In bank
ruptcy proceedings here it came
out that a MissDottie Morgan, a
former resident, had for a loan
of $10, pawned her body to Moses
Levich, to be delivered to him
after death.-The woman moved
to Denver and Lexich has asked
the court if the pledge can be
counted as an asset , ., , ,
: SECOND ANNUAL MORROW COUNTY
' " " TO BE HELD ON
Tuesday, June 8, 1915
V 0. f. DORNBLASER
member of the National Executive Toard, of Texas, will speak. He Is
, a very able speaker and will be well worth your time to hear -
Music, Recitations Songs. Baseball and all
: Kind of Sports in Afternoon.
Bring' Y&ur Basket
You are cordially invited to Celebrate with
. ' r : r the Farmers
A GOOD TIME ASSURE D
SEE OFFICIAL PROGRAM
Oakland; CaL-Alex. JacoM
and hia aaugnter, Urace, were
mortorfng on a boulrard last week
when a bee stung Jacobi on the
face. The surprise and pain
caused Jacobi to lose control df
the ear, which orerturned and
fatally injured his daughter.
hix f aS m 6wey Ww HtoeaanS
Shn.PMl tM arlslaaBy Aw mom f
antlM a ml wha, mbwi kit
end jmn fo.-waa stagtm um boats
of ordnaiK aa sadr toad tar Maw
Mbatanttal neaenlUoa la mnet f
Columbia, S. C-Miss Clyde
Varborottgh has been awarded
13,000 damages for the loss of
three Inches of skin from her
roev cheek. She waa thrown
cara mat costetn six for a Jitney, from a street car and sued for
Behold, she returneth and the s 10. 000 daniagca.
youth of the city fall down and
worship. She picketh one and Lo,
ahe picketh. a lemon. But the
emtor caiietn nun one ox our
moat promising young men and
getteth away with It And they
send unto him a bid to the wed
ding feast and behold, the bids
are fashioned by Muntgummery
Hawbuck, la a far city.
Flowery and long is the wed
ding notice which the editor
printoUt The minister Jtetteth
ten bones. The groom standeth
the editor off for a twelvemonth
AU flesh is grass and In time
the . wife is gathered Into the
sflo. The minister getteth his
bit The editor printeth a death
notice, two columns of obituary.
three lodge notices, a cubit of
poetry and a card of thanks.
And he forgeteth to read proof
on the head, and the darned
thing eometh out. "Gone to Her
Last Roasting Place."
And all that are akin to the
deceased jumpeth on the editor
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plfd ataohitolj at the ark i
itu bttnr loM Uwt Um huMlaiha I
eiiMttoa iMd ae faadi at tta
for tin leward af mwrtt"
Uaaiy ahrapaalB kmattaa i
probaUj am mvof4 at Sorteaai Si
MM aae waa tbaa "favaraUy raporS
ad aa," eat ataraa yaaia ktar
tUlarj at WstaHaa,
ahrapaal had waa that tmmam battle.
Wlthaat R, Waod MiwIH, mm aCttft at
aw Brittak coaid aava iWorwai taa
tortiw at 1 Baja Balata. -
la UU4 Saa t
Bhnpaal a jualia at 11J0 a
Sw Hfa. eat taai was tatarpratad my
ha aayiilin ta awrar al taa kena
Maaa aatapaal had gtvaa to tha my
hrias aaa saa hita aettoa at tha
Um aa aanthar waa aat
BhraaMl waa thaa atoeal at a
Taatas thcaah ha had tha aattafea.
Mod at dnwlas hh) paaataa to a rlpa
aMaaa Ha dial a ha agad atohty-
Darred Plymouth RocK
eggS'for Hatching. Pedigreed
Belgian Hares and Pigeons,
send for our prices and dis
criptions. Oregon Carneau Co.
Box 279. Portlands- Oregon.
H. J. Hamlet, Manager.
; CD. S perry
Flra laaurajiej and Notary Tubllt
1, 0. 6 T. Building - Xuue, On
lonJojdB No 135 I OOF
Jleets every Saturday night in
their hall, lone. Ore., C. B
. Sperry, N. G. W. Reitman V. G,
E. T. Perkins, secretary. Vtatt
. ing brothers 'cordially invited.
Dr,C t Chich
PhjralcUa and Sargroa
- lONII, UNMUH
DR. JOHN B DTE
Raoat.lt. lose Botal, loaa, Oracaa
Ksnappetibera; Sl Johnson
. Attornaya and Covaaenora
' : m Lew -
Maw 9tt ' Iqmb. Obboos
F. H, Koblnaon
. Athsnay at Lew .
, Fratlea taH Stta Coorta - ;
sad D. . radaral DapnrtaMiita.
Main rmT ?- kwa, Oaaoa
A Pastoral playhouse
Haart al Mm Alaa
What to prabaMj to an
aaataral thMtar la Bari a altaaaad
to Ota haart af tha aipa-at tatartoh-
aa, to awMawlaae, This aahjw -plar-
ama ta all mm wtada that
Waw, aae tto Vaaf a toraaid-to tha
totracahla rtriaaiitoaiai ha lha
Waa aaaaa at to thy. H to aat a
wars thaa. hmtar. aad II haa aat to-
eiaaialtt haapaaad that to has at
a attha haa
How are your Mowers and Rakes ?
Look them over and if you are going to
need a new, one or a lot of repairs for
the old ones you should "attend to them at
once as the haying season will be upon;
you in a short time-and you must be-all
prepared ; to handle it when it -is ready.'
Make; up that repair list and send it to me
at once and save'yoursejf time and trouble
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dnwapaar wake waa aat to th aiw
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to hj aatata adaMrabto adapt
d. irha ataa.hi m ihlui m)
aa th adn ay daaaa rah
af Oaw. mm mmu, with a -harhHoth-
arta gniy fact hto.im4
It ah avaji . Awn, f uw itato
atrairhw aa awklnW f mm
Vaahs. aen aad MUHtt laat ahjh.
aad hahtod ttw aaaetotar towar cha
srw Saahs ff aha Baraaa Oaaftoad
Uta JnaattaM. MturS aad Rtear. waa
atahr haatoa af wtaraal m ml
Starhtoa. aha aatraatas'aadSaaet
uua anMM ii
waada tfaiwaxh 'which aaltoa with
thandarlua d hoaftj aa hard aaad
lha bmU Ha trouain T tha tjraaafr
cal aoTiraat.' Tha aatthv aaato aad
wap which waaaar to ear Stat ama
-tha man ar aw each awd harda
aaai tha Atotoa aaatatw aperaaeh
ewa th tvp aath to ttw. wmatm aa
tha rlcM aad aarl toa haftwa
thajr arv vtetUa. thattaidtoBaja1claaa
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mt wan fl waa- drawa MM at
raa haaw waodca Atptoa
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