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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published livery Friday by
P. I'. IIASALHH, Uililor-l'ublhhcr
Tin w miinf.hu ,
fcntareri an eei-und class matter at the
postoflice nt Iono, Oregon, tindor act
o( March li.
Friday, March 21, 1924
Graver Borgdoll.the noted draft
evador, is coming tmck from old
Germany to H-rve his tive years
sentence in theptn in order to
get back his property from the
Oregon's stale income tax has
driven another concern out of the
state, this time its the Alaska
I'acilic Fisheries Co., a. $1,500,000
concern with headquarters at
Portland. And still they go.
Dr. Linville, federal prohi di
rector for Oregon, delivers an ad
dress in Heppner next Monday.
If Dock would utilize his time to
hunting out bootleggers and the
numerous stills, instead of run
ning around over the state mak
lng speeches, the cause would be
far more advanced and the gov
eminent receive some benefit for
its expenditure of money.
The Portland W. C. T. U. and
others of their like, are wring to
circulate petitions to have the
sale of cigarette barred from Or
egon. This organization is com
posed of well meaning women,
but are they not a little selfllsh
in their latest move to Christian
ize Oregon? Their latest move
will meet with disfavor by the
majority of people as making an
attack on personal privileges. If
they wish to cinch prohibition,
they bad better curb their radi
calism, for surely a revulsion of
feeling toward prohibition will
Morrow county citizen will
vote on the school unit system at
the May primaries, nod Urn ii.i!la
county votes upon tin' sumo issue.
The Echo News writing upon the
"Another feature of the dec
tion that is a departure from es
tahlishd principles is the matter
of qualifications of vot"t-s. Here
tofore no one could vo'e at a school
election on the quj-'-tion of pp
proving a budget or authorizing
indebtedness, in less lie was a
property owner or head of a fami.
ly. In the county unit election
the bars ure taken down and any
voter in the county, regardless of
property or family qua'.ilications
can vote on the adoption of the
county unit, a nursure that ef
fects the title to all real and per
sonal property owned by every
second and third class district in
A car load of vuU oline in drums
for auto motors, was received
Monday, of which one-half of the
shipment went to F U. Lunde
and the rest to Kurl Beach at
Lost, Strayed or Stolen
Three 3 year old colts; 1 sorrel
mare, 1 gray mare, 1 gray geld
ing branded JH on left shoulder.
CiuusToniKKSON Hues. lone.
Five cars of wheat from Mc
Ngbb and seven from the lone
warehouses were shipped out this
week to Portland, which netted
the farmers 7ic if said wheat
gridta No. 1.
LADIES' and CHILDREN
. (Cox liesldenee)
So. Main St. Right on Highway
For County Clerk
To tlic Koiiubllin.ii vulers
row connt.v: i hereby announce Hint
l will lie n, enmlid.ite lor tin- iiomiiia-1
tion of County Cirri; .(!. Ill" Primary,
Modioli to be held May Hi, 114.
(Jay .M. Aniikhhon,
I I I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U t )
For County Judge
'l' !, I) Iiliifii ll PolnfJ .,f T.f-
row comity: I hereby announce' my-
' '"'"li'l'i": tli- nomiiiMiion
at your hands lor i hoolhceo Coiinly .
.Indue nt i In- iiriinnry election in
Mny, luiM. My . xj,.-ii.-nV- o( iiiM.v;an intensive study of its habits;
leiirx iih ronnl v enminissioner innki'H i , , i
inc coiivi rwini. wiih tin-iint icH of tin- and have cnecked its depreda-.
ollk-i- I Ki'i-k. mill I mIiiiII urontly I-! tlOtlS The CI'OW does 3ome Pood '
--oia tc your support ;it tin- prt-1
iimr.- iimi for all p.ixi fnvorH, I thmik
you kindly. '
(J. A. Hi.i'.ak.man, linrilnmii.
For County Commissioner !
To the Voter of Morrow county: '
I Iii-ivIi.y .iinnoiuiiv niywlf mm M :
i'linilliinii- fur tin- oiiii-c of Conit.y ,
'' ilnNlimor for Morrow ,"'it.v, 1
ire-on, nt, the llopubllc.-iu lirimnrv ;
nomliiiitlim elect hm io lie iitil on '
liiv Hi, l'.i.'l. if notninnteil nnd elect-
-d i i.,Ik.. io iv.. my best and car,-!
ml nt n-iitiou in tlic futi. re iih In the
iilHf, to the liusineHs o( I Ills ollice.
1.. I'. I'AVJIISON,
For County Judge
To the Votci-H of Moitoh i'miimI;.-;
I hereby nniioiiiii e myiself a emi
lhlnte for t lie ollice of ( 'oimly .1 mini
on the licinoiTiitie tleuel, in, tin pri
ilinry in nil imi t iitM election, l-riilnv,
Mnv Id, 1H-M.
I!. I,. Hhmjk.
For County Judge
To the Itepiililiciiu Voter of Mor
row coiiiily :
I hereby nniioiince that I will lie
a candidate for ihe nomination for
County .hiilne, tit the primary elec
tion, to lie held May Id. I'.L'I. 'iinriny
my present term, my policy has been
to iilitaiii ellicieiicy In public wrvlce,
Willi economy mill I'.i inie-M, aim If
iiomliinte.l anil electeil, 1 pledne the
Maine In the future.
VV.M. T. Cami-hici.,.
For County Judge
r.!w comi'.y V"'"rM M'"" j Miss Clcto Palmateer of Windy-
iinvinii ih-ciiieii to become ii can-, nook, accompanied by the Misses
lihluli-l.ir the oilice of County .luile hu . j nri; Moi-o-in of
oi Morrow couiHy, (ir-oii, nt, tin- intlma anu uerue MOtgan OI
primary election to in- held Ainy lti, 1 Broadacres, were excercing their
I'.i.'t. I late thirt oupoi-tiinity in mi- i . u. ( i ,1av;n,r P!1U in
noiiiiclinr Nunieaml If iiomliiiiieirnores an" alS0 PayMK "IH "I
mid elected i win iioneHtiy, faithfully Cecil last Sunday.
ami Imiiarlhilly perform t h-ilut i-H ' I,'.,,,,,,,..,.,.)!, wfa anA
oliheollicetothebe-tormvabllily.l Ll" 1 ai I1SW Ot til, wife and
m. i;. MoiniAN. i children, of Ilhea siding, were
j vi.sitingr in Arlington Monday.
All doubt about the Ku Klux Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lindatrom
klan being a self-hating outfit, is;frjm their rauh near UwCt wero
removeu uy tne modest claim oi
a Grand Something or-Other.that
he is "a special emissary of Froi
dence, for the salvation of Am
erica." This ties and beats the
toal boast of the ex Kaiser, that
he was a partner of CiO.l. If
I'rovidence ha. I been implicated
in the formation of the aggrega
tion, they would be open-faced
and unshir! tailed and not chasing
around the country .--.iile on moon
less nights, eng.ined in deviltry.
As it piinn-'d oui, "the salvation
of America," tesuUnl in ihe npre
or less successful skinning of
America. The K trio did gloss
hellish politics with sweet relig
ion, but there are no divinely in
spired candidates' for constable
this year. --Med lord Tribune.
rtililics Have Spent SKU5 For
.-rh IVi'sim in Ihe l'iiiti-,1 St:ite .
" -- horses.
The dollars il.ut have been ex-! C. IV of Wells Springs, was
pended by the totalities of the doing business with the Mayor at
nation fiir the construction of Hutterby Flats on Wednesday,
their plants, lines and the pur-' Mr. Sennett of The Willows,
chase of supplies, are liteen times; has been busy during the week
the nuiniu-r of tuiiiut s since the pruning trees around Cecil,
birth of Christ. Fifteen billion j Noel Streeter was the proud
dollars have been invested by the est lad in Morrow county on last
telephone, electric light power. ; Saturday when a fine bicycle ar
strcet transporation and Kascom-; rived on the local for I im. Three
panics, to provide the service the! other happy boy cyclists were st
people today are enioyinjr. And, Uht depot to welcome Noel and
roughly speakirg.this means that i his bicycle. Cyclist sports were
$U!ti has been spent for every
man, woman and child in the U.
o. I ins is inree limes me amount
of actual money outstanding in
.... . . . .
Swanson's Chop Mill Has
Baby scratch fee I, chick mash,
grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult
rp pepper, poultry regulator, etc.
Ihe game commission says thatj
e trout season opens April 15. i
Join The Crow Sliooting Contest
An International Crow Shoot
ing Contest, open to every citizen
of. the United States and Canada
and staged for the purpose of
helping to lessen the number of
these predator enemies of game
and useful birds and animals, will
be started on March 15.
planned to have the contest run
(three months. Prizes have been
1 arranged for amounting to $2500.
Sportsmen, dealers in sporting
j supplies and clubs in all parts of
i the country are back of the con
f M .J test and it is hoped that through
Us agency millions of game birds'
and animals may escape the dep
redations of the crow. Nearly
every community in the North
American continent ha: during
recent years found itself the. vic-
tim of the damage wrought by
thjs bird. Game wardens, natur-
... . .
Hiisca enu sportsmen nave maae.
. ,, "
at times by tne number ot grubs l
he eats but hid destruction of the !
, , , . , j
eggs ana young 01 ouier turns
decreases ihe number of these
pf,. ,,: which if ollnweri
u--u iui spicies wnu.n, II allowed
to escape him would be potential
f mjjjlin nf inpr-f!
Consumes OI millions Oi l.liettS
and of immense ncln to farmers.
i, ,.,.,.i.. .,,..,,.,., ,i,
Stilly canvass was taken
in Pennsylvania of the damage
actually done by the crow. Eye
witnesses reported that he was
guil'y of practically every crime
i. i animal life from picking the
eyes out of young lambs to rob
bing nests and and destroying
the ee;,s and youn;.:, killing rab-
; bits, and
destroying fruit end
i The contest will be divided in
to two classes, one devoted to in
dividual shooters and the oth r
to team scores. The prizes will
be in the form of merchandise to
be obtained from local dealers.
There will be 79 awards to in
dividuals and 210 team trophies.
Cecil News Items
vAI,nir th home of Mr.
Mrs. Oscar Lun dell at Rhea sid
ing last Thursday.
Mrs Boy Scott and daughter.
Miss Cora, who have been visit
ing at, Butterby Flats, returned
to H-ppner Sunday where they
will visit with Mrs. Jack Ilynri
before leaving for their home at
John Krebs and T. H.'Lovve,
Cecil's postmaster, etc., were in
lone last Thursday looking over
Al Henriksen of the Moore
ranch tit ar Heppner, was making
the dust fly around Cecil Fridav,
but he departed "a sadder and
wiser" man when informed that
n dance would be held here on
Bay Halferty of lone, was busy
here last Friday hunting up his
the main events for the rest of
the day at Cecil and no accidents
I I ... . I. - 1 e
; ere reporieu ui toe enu ot a
most perfect day.
To Whom It May Concern
All stock seen in or around the
Glenn A. Hall plnceon FJghtnuV,
will b taktti up and held for
3y 3t Glenn A. Bali..
Editor Crawford and Dr. Me-
Munlo of lWwwr were in ll)Re
ROGSTEfl TEES TO K!LL
Child Is Foircl in Yard Uncon
scious V;,.h Large Spur
Broke:, utf in Skull.
Frederick, Mil.- Attacked by a game
rooster when s: : picked up a chicken
while toddling around In the yard,
Mary lillen Liu' ard, elghteen-months-old
daughter of .Mr. aud Mrs. George
Hubburd, near Creugerstown, Is at
the City hospital recovering from an
operation tor the removal of a two
Inch spur from the skull at the "suture
The operation is one of the most
unusual to he : .-rforined tit the locul
hospital. The udld was taken to the
institution une '.seious.
The mother cad found the Infant
lying in the yuru Willi chickens swarm
ing around her. An X-ray examination
revealed the spur of the rooster, which
hud broken off I i the skull.
Dr. li. 1'. Tin ..is, the operating sur-
bcoh, said the
!.; i,.., ,
,r hud penetrated the
and had entered
known us the "soft
" J ...
the hcua and f:
I." The right side of
;; of the child Is badly
Ur.g ti nit the enraged
roo.ster had continued his attacks after
the child hud become unconscious. The
mother heard -.. screams, and It Is
thought the ci .Id lay In the yard for
some time be! -re I cing found.
When the cl.i'il recovered conscious
ness physicians said she probably
Kew York F:ic:man Gets
Jcker s Ten DoJar Bill
New York.- .'atrolim.n Davis of
truliic Bqtnid A got the lnu'h out of a
Joke and i 'so Die $10.
Max Green; -rg, twenty-five years
old. 17 Orcln 'd street, had nothing
to do, nt Orclin. I and Kivinii'ton streets,
so he dropped a I'uhlei !S10 bill on the
siili walk to see what, would happen.
J ' i ii.i: i in in Wa.-jseniiiiu, twenty-two
viiii.j old, null Woodward avenue,
r.i'n.il.l.vn, came along and picked It
"b- Crecnbi-rg stopped him, explained
unit tin- laugh was on W'assernuin and
n- ked lor the $10 back. There was an
ar-.'itiiieiu. Wasscrman couldn't see
lh.- joke. They clinched.
I'i'trohmin Havls separated the con-li-v.atits
and took them before Magis
trate Sweetser ill Kssex .Market court.
"ll as a Juke. 1 take buck thai us
sault charge," Washerman said.
"Stout fellow," said tireeiibcrg, or
words to that effect.
"What happens to the $10?" asked
Assistant lHstrict Attorney Henry
' (live it to "the patrolman," said the
River Moved to Recover
Body of Drowned Youth
Cinco, ("nl. A river's coiirsn- has
been changed so that a mot her might
i.ee niiie more the bo-'y of her son.
A fun days u'o tile body, that of
twehe-yeur-old Clyde l'atnoe, was
Clyde fell Into the Yuba river nnd
was swept over the falls. Ills body
never came up. but engineers of the
I'uelfic Gas nnd Kleetric corporation
offered to sot It The company au
thorised their task and all work of
hnrnessinc the falls, on which the i
men had been eni.-ni:ed. was Mopped. !
It cost tlu-iu days ntul nights of t
ceaseless toil and cost the company j
$20,000 before, with dynamite and
gleam shovel, the thousiinds of tons
of earth could he rexiioved and the
Tuba's course diverted. Then, wedced
between Jietired rocks tit the foot of
the fal1?. the engineer found Ihe
boy'i crusln-d body.
Refuses to Aid Children.
Ptlllwiiicr, Minn. Kecuuse a canoe-
1st retuscu io give intra am. l.iiii ,lito..j.,A (ha 'mrtv hpld'ot the
ltreuelireleven years old. and hh);'uUn,1,a th0 Pa" Mia fit l"e
eight-ycar-oid sister, Helm, were j Masonic hall in lone for toe
drowned in the river hei-e. a nnin la ( Kraduating class. They had a line
the cauoe shouted that his craft would . il
upset If he tried to save the children. V an,rt a K00'1 'u'Rn- ,
and paddled out of sight. His name1 Pat Brady is holding down a
t not known. j jb for II. O. Eiy.
Stuck in Fencs.
Philadelphia. l'ennls O'l'mincll, ten
years old, stii -k his head threuith
picket fence here and was unable to
(jet free. Policemen nnd the boy's
playmates were unable to tree hint, so
an expert from the lire department
was calied and cut out one i.f the Iron
Ho Cl;nds for Horses,
New York. Yr;"oycn, one of tin
niest famocs r.iee horses In Argentina,
Is dead. He was the victim of a tdaud
operation. The ratvr did m-t worl;
well this season, so his owners ordere,;
i.'i.aid tra!',.;ferrej from a yoimei
mii.uul. Tin- ni-eriition provel f.ital,
A marriage license was grant
ed to Berry Hopkins Hn I Mrs.
Mary H. Lee by the county clerk
Monday. The bride hails from
Junction City. On Wednesday
the- ma'-riai-re knot was tied at
Arlington in the evening and the
happy couple are now domiciled
in the Hopkins home where love,
peace and happiness prevails.
Parties digging around in the
lone u v i rav garage are toin to
stop. e tmiMiif im ituiDiibiime,
and we know the party who has
been digging by his footprints.
Troge & Bowers.
Good rains this week has made
the wheat louking iu best.
I Best Lump Coal, ton,
1 16-inch Cordwood, fir or pine, 12.90
i Rolled Barley, 44.00
I Whole Oats. ... . . 44.00
I it -mi i
t Heavy 7-foot Cedar
THE BRUNSWICK TIREls
Monobile OiU for the Auto, the Tractor and the
Machine that needs good Lubrication
ALL KINDS OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Everything in the Piir.nbing Line, such as
BATH TUBS, LAVATORY SINKS AND TOILETS
SAMPSON ROLLER-BEARING .WINDMILLS
F. S. LANG CO. RANGES. Come and see them.
HIE THOR WASHING MACHINE,
no trouble to demonstrate.
SPECIAL PRICES ON GLASSWARE ' .
Morfiat' Life .
The Bjii Morgan family are all
improving from ,:ie niecxles.
Virgil Margin and Dona'd Wit
:',el returned to the 'lone school
.'londay from a week's absence.
Fred lV.tyjGhn. wife and twin
lieys, took E B. Csston and Miss
liardesty to lone Wednesday.
March 14, Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Cly and children and Mr. and
Harbison a id son Robert,
I Earl Morgan and wife of Brond-
aores wee here Monday doing
business with the Willow Creek
Mrs. Dot Lie Warfitld's mother.
!rs. While?, spent the past week
with her. '
Martin Bauendiend nnd Mr.
Harbison went to Portland Wed
Mrs. Davidson called at Willow
Creek Poultry Farm lest Tuesday
fur a Lunch of day old chicks.
Tum-A-Lum has just received
a car load of large cedar posts.
Plage your order now.
Leave your watch repairing at
the Mc.Murray pastime for liay
lur the jeweler, Heppner.
Mrs. Augusta Mason returned
Tuesday from a visit of -several
months with her ons at Prine
vi'le and The Dalles,
Rr.in Monday night, "followed
. bv g heavv ; rcst and !ght frt eZe
probably done sLgt.t damage to
apricots in bloom.
The I?. , B. stora at Myrgan
will receive your watch repairing
for Hay lor the jeweler, lieppner.
Posts . 21 cts
Attcrncys At Law
.rirst National Bank Building
Heppner - Oregon .
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Conuslor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregon
Now booking orders for S. C.
W. L. day old chicks.
$14 per 100 at Ranch
$16 when shipped
One-half cash when booked
and J ten days before ship
ment. Rhode Islano Reds and
Barred Rocks 16 and IS cents
each. Order early to get best
Robert C. Mathison f illed at
our sanctum last SatU'iliy and
advanced the subscription of Mrs.
A. M. Jeppesen. of Burlingtme!