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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published livery Friday by
'. t.S'S.A'K, ISililur-l'uhlishcr
One year I1-60
Six month '6
Thioi mii'itha "BO
Kntereu as Bcond dims matter at the
po.'stoflire tit lone, Oregon, under act
of March 3. I7
Friday, March 14, 1924
Sam A. Kozer
It is a real pleasure in these pe
culiar times to st'e a can lidate for
public oflice whose claim thereto
is justly based upon qualification
and service. Such a one is Sam
A. Kozer, the present secretary
of state, who is asking the nomi
nation at the hands of the He
publican voUr3 to succeed him
self. There is no man in Oregon so
familiar with the business afTairs
of the state as Mr. Kozer is and
no man better fitted by natural
and acquired accomplishment's
to conduct them in the interest of
the taxpayers, lie was brought
to the Secretary of States office
in 18'J'J by Frank 1. Dunbar be
cause of his qualifications Bnd re
liability as an accountant, and it
was during the eiirht years of
Dunbar's service that the first
scientific system of bookkeeping
and accounting in that depart
ment was established, in the in
HtHllatio.i of which Mr. Kozer was
n leading actor. He later served
in other business departments of
the state and was apuin taken in
to the Secretary of State's oflice
a. chief deputy under Mr. Olcott,
who appointed him Secretary of
State when Mr. Ulcott became
Governor in 11)19. Mr. Kozer was
elected to the oflice in l'.l'JO and is
therefore tip for a second term.
The Secretary of State's ollice.
is a very big business institution
and needs a trained mind to handle
it. It requires not only compe
tency in business knowledge, but
absolute honesty, integrity and
courage. It calls for the kind of
man w ho can say no w hen it is
necessary, and one whose pledges
and promises can be relied on,
personally, politically and com
mercially a man who will not
pledge impossible things for votes
without being able.or even hoping
to accomplish any of them, but
who will squarely do his best and
constantly keep in mind the prin
ciples of honest economy with an
eye sing! to the piogress and
prosperity of the state.
That is the kind of man Sam
Kozer is, and it is a pleasure to
this paper to be able to recom
mend him without reserve to the
voters of this Dart of Oregon.
If it were only known, no doubt
an investigation of the prohi
bition bureau would disclose co-
lossal extiavaKsnces of the tax
payers money in high salaries and
useless waste. The wise man
ot the Uregonian prooany lias a
like opinion but keeps mum.
Sinnott I las Good Record
The Dalles Chronicle has the
following to say of KepresentB'
live Nicholas Sinnott of this, the
Second Congressional district:
"Mr. Sinnott has a clean record
and one of achievement. He ever
has bad an attentive ear for the
w islies of his constituents, and no
plea, no matter how trivial, has
failed to elicit response. Men of
his type in Congress, unfortunate
ly are rare. If there were more
like him there that legislative
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
Notice Is Hereby Given, that sealed
bids will be received by the under
signed, until the hour of 7:30 o'clock
p. in., on the 17th day of Murch.1924,
and immediately thereafter publicly
opened by the .School Uuurd of school
District No. 3T, Morrow county. Or
egon, ut the Clerk's office, in lone,
Oregon, for an issue of bonds of mild
district In the sum of flO.OOO, wild
bonds to be In denominations ol $.",00
each, to bear date .March I, liC't, and
to mature serially as follows:
$1,0I0 on March 1st. in each of the
years 1 1)27, V.r2H and 1011).
1,500 on Murch 1st, In each of the
years WHO, ltKII and IDiL'.
2,000 on March 1st, In each of the
yen in I IMS, l!l.'H and lWC.
2,51)0 n March 1st, In each of the
years liKMl, l!W7 and 1!US.
3,0M) on March lut, in each of the
years lll.il) to 1IU2 Inc.
3,500 on March 1st. in each of the
yen in 1U4!I and 1(144.
Kali! bonds to bear per cent In-U-rest,
payable semi-annually on the
llrst days of March and September,
principal nud Interest payable at the
r'lscal Agency of the State of Oregon
in New York City.
All bids must he unconditional and
accompanied by a certllied check for
The approving legal opinion of
Messrs, Teal, Vlnfrce.,IoliUNon & Mc
I 'ulloch will be furnished the success
The Hoard reserves the rltfht to
reject any and all bids.
Iilil.l-A M. COKSOX,
LADIES' and CHILDREN
COX MILLINERY PARLOR
So. Main St. Right on Highway
body would not now be so belliger
ently inactive, with its blocs,
factions and cliques, all obstruct
ing the passage of needed laws.
"Attempts have been made to
defeat Mr. Sinnott before, and at
times the opposition has been de
termined and vigorous, but on
every occasion voters of the dis
trict showed their realization and
appreciation of his work by send
ing him back, with substantial
majorities. It ia almost incon
ceivable thai such will Hot be the
case again, for any thinking per
son cannot but realize that not
only the eastern part of the state,
but all of Oregon and all of the
Pacific Coast would be the loser
if he should be retired."
J. C. Devein and wife of Mt.
Hood, were here this week on a
Walter Richardson, democratic
candidate for County Clerk, was
in lone last Saturday.
One of the greatest screen
pictures ever produced will be
shown at Legion Hall Saturday
night. It's the 3rd alarm, fasci
nating and wonderful. To see it
is worth while.
We learn that a fair one from
Junction City, haa make her ar
rangements to make lone her
permanent home, accupying the
the little cottage of one Perry
Hopkins, where happiness and
joy will ever reign. Oh, papa!
Bob Halcomb is painting the
A. Medlock is running a tract
or for Mr. Witzle at plowing.
The style of having the mias
els is still going strong some are
getting tired of them; others are
Martin Bauernfiend the car
doctor, was helping Bert Palmet
ter the last day or two in doing
Mr. Harbison is loading out 8
cars of wheat, some job. He has
Albert Colvin and Carl Troedson
helping him. Mrs. Harbison has
the job of cooking and we wond
er who has the hardest job.
Mrs. Karl Morgan of Broad
acres, was here to attend the
meeting given by Mist Smith on
March 5th, but as everyone was
either sick with measles or else
scared ol them, only two camei
The new Overland Champion is an
entirely new kind ol closed car.
Removable rear seat and upholstery
big carrying space useful to merch -nts,
salesmen, farmers. Both seats adjust
backward and forward comfort for
tall and short people. A busines : car,
family car and camping car in one!
Seats make into a full-size bed in the
car your own hotel on wheels. Big
power. Big reliability. Touring $ i95
Sedan $795, f. o. b. Toledo.
Cohn Auto Co.
Heppner -:- Oregon
At the New Community Hall
Monday, March 17
This occasion will dedicate the New Hall,
which has just been completed
Good Music - Good Order
Good Time Assured
Everybody Cordially Invited
to the meeting so it was put off.
Lee Pettyjohn was kicked by a
cow while helping to milk, and
for a time couldn't walk on his
leg, and last report is it was un
decided whether the bone wa9
fractured or not.
Gertrude and Earl Pettyjohn
were calling on Miss Hardest)'
Some genuine March winds of
late and fruit trees are beginning
Fred Pettyjohn and family were
calling on S. E. Edward's Sunday
Cecil News Items
E. W. Erickson of Grass Valley
and Master Jackie Hynd of Hep
pner, were the guests of the
"Mayor" at Butterby Flats, last
J.. W. Osborn of the Fairview
tanch, made a business trip to the
county seat Friday.
W. H. Chandler of the Willow
Creek ranch, was doing the town
of the egg city Tuesday.
Miss Hazel Logan of Fourmile,
w as called to lone on Wednesday
by the illness of her daughter,
Kster, student of the lone school.
Geo. Krebs and wife and twin
sons, of The Last Camp, left on
Friday for Portland where they
visit for several days.
Archdeacon Goldie of Cove, is
expected to hold evening services
at Cecil hall on March 16, at 7:30
p, m. Everyone welcome.
Iv E. Duncan of the Busy Bee
ranch, has not been seen since
his fine ducks arrived from Iowa
We do hope that It. E. has not
sunk to the bottom of old Willow
creek for the last time while he
was teaching the ducks to swim
Mrs. Melville Logan who has
been visiting in Portland forsev'
eral months, returned to her home
at The Willows, last Friday. Mrs
Logan was accompanied by her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Madden of Portland.
Elmer Tyler of Rhea siiing is
visiting his pal, Noel Streeter,
and "a grand and glorious time"
they are having, what they don't
know about Cecil when their vis
it is over, won't be worth know
ing at all.
City marshal Geo. Frank is at
home with a little cold it is said.
We trust no bad complications
Several of our citizens seem to
greatly peeved to hear that an in
crease in salary is asked by some
our school teachers. The school
board probably feels the tame.
B. A. Amy, the Holt cat man,
is here looking after business.
A. B. Montgomery of Portland,
is here looking after the interest
of his big wheat ranch.
The graduating clr.ss of the
high school hold a party at the
Masonic hall tonight
The lone basketball boys lost
out in the tournament at Pendls
ton last week. Pilot Rock car
ried off all honors.
Coal and Wood
Flour and Feed
Best Lump Coal, ton, . . $13.00
16-inch Cordwood, fir or pine, 12.90
Rolled Barley, 44.00
Whole Oats, 44.00
Mill-feed, ...... 35.00
: Heavy 7-foot Cedar Posts . 21 cts
THE BRUNSWICK TIREb
Monobile Oils for the Auto, the Tractor and the
Machine that needs good Lubrication
ALL KINDS OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Everything in the Plumbing Line, such as
BATH TUBS, LAVATORY SINKS AND TOILETS
SAMPSON ROLLER-BEARING WINDMILLS
F. S. LANG CO. RANGES. Come and see them.
THE THOR WASHING MACHINE,
no trouble to demonstrate.
SPECIAL PRICES ON GLASSWARE
For County Clerk
To the Republican voter of Mor
row comity: 1 hereby announce tlmt
I will he u candidate (or the nomina
tion ot County Clerk at the Primary
Election to be heM May IS. 1X24.
Uay M. Aniikrho.i.
For County Judge
To the Kepublh-un voter of Mor
row county: 1 hereby announce my
elf a candidate tor the nomination
at your hand for the office of t'ouuty
Judite at tlii primary election In
May, 11!4. My experience ut many
year a county commlRnloner make
me co live mailt with the duties ol the
office 1 eek, and 1 nball greatly ap
preciate your aupport at the pri
mary aud lor all pat favor, I tliault
U. A. Blkakmam, Hardnmn.
For County Commissioner
To the Voter of Morrow county:
I hereby announce luyaelf a a
candidate fur the office of County
t'onuulmtloner for Morrow county.
(irvRDti, at the ItepuhllcaD primary
nominating election to be held oil
May III, l:i.'4. If nominated md elect,
ed I pledge to (five my bet and care
ful attention to the future a in the
pat, to the. liUHlneuM of thl office.
L. 1'. Haviiihon,
For County Judge
To the Voter of Morrow comity :
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of County Judge
on the Democratic ticket, at the pri
mary nominating election, Krlday,
May 1, m;4.
It. 1,. Bkmok.
For County Judge
To the Republican Voter of Mor
row county i
1 hereby announce tlmt I will br
a candidate tor the nomination for
County Juriire, at the primary elec
tion, to be held May It!, 1 !(.'. Uurlng
my prewtit term, my policy haa been
to obtain efficiency in public service,
with economy aud fulrucxa, and If
nominated and elected, I pledge the
mine In the future.
WM. T. CAMI'lltl.L.
To Whom It May Concern
All stock seen in or around the
Glenn A. Ball place on Eightmite,
will be taken up and held for
39 3t Glenn A. Ball.
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
Heppner - Oregon
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Conuslor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
i HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Oflice: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner -: Oregon
Now booking; orders for S. C.
W. L. day old chicks.,
$14 pr 100 at Ranch
$16 when shipped
One-half cash when booked
and i ten days before ship
ment. Rliode Inland Reds and
Barred Rocks 16 and 18 cents
each. Order early to get best
For Sale. -2-year old Shetland
iiony. Gentle for small children
to handle and ride.
B. F. Morgan, Morgan, Ore,