Ex-Public Officials Of Gilliam County Opposed To Autocratic Power Given By School Unit Law VOLUME XII IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1924 NUMBER 45 4) Q Q Bank of lone CAPITAL and SURPLUS $35,000.00 State, County and City Depository 4 Per Cent On Time and Savings Deposits Safe Deposit Boxes IONE, OREGON WHY Buy Tin Cans ? c o F F E E Coffee in fancy tins cost you from 5c to 10c per pound more than bulk coffee. Try my bulk roast coffee. You can save money every pound is sold on guarantee of satisfaction or your money back. BERT MASON IONE :-: OREGON SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE lone Takes Opening League ! Oregon Receives More Money Game From Heppner 8 to 3 Than Neighbor States I A large delegation of lone boosters followed the lone bovs to Heppner Sunday where they ( Salem, Ore., (Special)-With "tax reduction, farm relief, law enforcement atid Oregon (level- took the long end of the score by topment" as his campaign slogan, outplaying the county seat team, j S. Senator Charles L. Mc- Heppner scored 1 run in the Mary last Friday tiled with the first thru a hit by Conley, after I secretary of slate his declaration two men were out, followed by candidacy for renomination in wide throw to first base. The j1'113 May republican primaries, only other time they came near! Senator McNary is completing scoring was in the 8th when they i '1' seventh year- in the senate, earned two runs thru a 3-bagger ancl during his term of oliiee has by Paul Aiken, followed by a hit , accomplished more for 'Oregon by Roberta. Spec Aiken wen out tllan any other senator in its and then King made a hit which history. In fact U. S. senator allowed Heppner their 3rd count. George II. Moses, republican lone made 3 scores in the 3rd 'fader in the senate from New thru a hit by Lewis which was Hampshire, declares that Senator followed by two strikeouts, then McNary "has accomplished more Eubanks and Werner each knock- during his tensure in ofiiee than ed out a 2-bagger, a single by any western senator." Cochran and 3 runs crossed. The fifth found Vic Itietmann and Thornton poking the ball for singles and Eubank's second two bagger brought in 2 more tallies. A walk, two wild throws and an error gave lone one run in the 6th. Three hits coupled with several errors counted 2 more in the 9th. ' Eubank was the main hitter, having made three hits. Thornton pitched a good game and made . two hits which he converted into! runs. Arch Cochran put a chill' into Heppner fans by making a couple of good catches in the early part of the game and Dutch Rietman slamed one to the cen ter field which gave Anderson a chance to show his ability. Heppner management put a much needed rule into effect when they cleared the field of specta tors and the rule will be followed by other managers. King evidently lost his head by being struck out twice and then was thrown outafter laying down a bunt and thought he was wear ing boxing gloves, but was very promptly quieted. Bert Johnson of lone, umpired and had an unusual number of 11: ---.i";. ,. r iff . 1 f , to.. - - . hU'iT V .It X I, ,'i imiii ii i i.i ijiiiii. i ii jy mmm an 3 5 Passenger Sedan Wow $1695 if.o.b.Toledo Now you can afford to make that dream a reality! To own and drive this luxurious sedan, powered by the same type oi engine used in Europe's finest cars. Silently glid ing sleeve valves instead o! ham mering cams and clicking poppet valves. -An engine that bnprooet with use I An all-season car youH want to drive season after season. For no Willys-Knight engine has eocx been knoton to wear out WILLYS KNIGHT Since Senator nlefMary entered the senate Oregon has received appropriations from the govern ment totaling the giant sum of $30,789,819. It has received $i),255,7C2 (or its rivers and harbors, which is $0,500,228 more than Washington received, and $.j9.G17 more than California received during the corresponding period. It has received $0,808,000 for its reclamation and power pro jects, which when reduced to an very close decisions to make and I irrigable area basis is approxi. the game was carried out without I mately $17 per acre for Oregon, which is $23 per acre more than Idaho received, $19 per acre more than Washington received, and than Califor- a hitch. He will umuire for Hep pner and lone all season. Heppner has a lot of good ma terial and will be able to make a '$14 per acre more creditable showing when they get nia received, going, but their young pitcher It received $11,138,107 for its found the lone farmers to have 'public-roads, forest roads and the ability to connect up with j trails, which is $1,091,251 more most everything he had to offer than Washington received, and and some of the old heads of the$U350,9l2 more than Idaho re Heppner team lacked their usual iCeived. pep which advantage. gave lone quite an County Unit Law Opposed Pendleton, Or , April 15 A recommendation that the pro noun! in liitrtnt fhrt ,nntu unit school law of Oregon in 'Umttilla'16"!1''0? f "l"'' county, which will be voted on in In addition, Oregon received during the seven years Senator McNary has been in the spnate, an appropriation of $307,900 for agricultural relief, $30,000 for an aeroplane service for forest pro tection and $30,000 for the ex- Cohn Auto Co. Heppner -:- Oregon p -oducts until they could he sold. He also dratted, introduced and is now championing the McNary Haugen bill. He has introduced and has pending a bill to perpetuale the country 's forest resources and which will materially reduce tax es by doubifng the state's revenue from the sa'e of timber from its national forests. i the May primary election, should To meet bills for 30 days only, 25 perit cent off on the entire stock many useful edyes'er,ifyl jhe communication , . : says the club favors the principle orauuation outs. April id to way id. of the ia but is opposed to c-n tranzation or authority. Members HEPPNER, ORE.'f the dub are ex public officials. rr The measure must also be put Radio Concerts On Your Farm Free of Charge Our demonstration car goes Everywhere within forty miles of Heppner, and will give you and your neighbors a fine evening's entertainment. All Leading Makes Handled MAURICE A. FRYE Everything Electrical I'hone 472 HKITNKK :: ORE. Kevival services in progress at, the Church of Christ here are at- ton will be in the box lor lone and ' trading wide interest, Paul De F. if his past performance is any Mortimore, the evangelist, pre pointer to the result it looks as if jsenthni Ihc gospel in a forceful lone will make Condon go some and convincing manner. Thereare to win. Thornton has made thru; tfood crowd in attendance each cessful in passing in the senate ; starts for lone uwi won each cvcn'iifj. This Friday night's topic his hill appropriating S.jo 000 for ' " ,'8V margin and has : is especially for young people and is called "Samson and Dcliliah." Services Sal u .day nij'ht. Sunday an all day meeting will be held. Attend the Big Came Sundjy Morrow Gilliam League battle is now on and Condon started the season by trimming Arlington 17 to 2 at Condon Sunday, while lone was taking Heppner down by an 8 to 3 score. The real bat tie will be pulled on the lone diamond April Oth, when Con don comes down to try for the leadership, lone has beaten Condon three out of the last four games whieh they have played on the lone diamond and the total score of the four gamo was Ccndon 1 1 and lone 10. This game will give the winner quite an advantage in the percentage column and will be fought to the finish. Thorn- Within the last few days Sen ator McNnry also lias been sue- a lori-st experiment station to be located iri Oregon. During his term in odice Sen- eight strikeouts to his credit in ; on;-game, II! in the second and sent H Heppner boys back Sun- WM. HAYLOR, Swanson' Chop Mill Has P,abv scratch feed, chick mash, grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc. The Klans of lone dressed up in their hood d regalia, present ed a purse of money to Rev. Johnson at the Baptist church last Sunday night. Joe Bowers has decided to live in lone. No big cities for him. John Louy is yet quite sick at the hotel. A new line of Ladies' and Men's Oxford's just received. Bert Mason. A. D. MCMURDO, M. D. on the shelf in Morrow county. Private gain and selfish interests Physician and Surgeon ! at the taxpayers expense seem to Office in Masonic Building j be the purpose of some at the Trained Nurse Assistant i county 8e8t- Aak our "hbor if he desires our schools placed in autocratic hands and his taxes increased to be spent by this ap- Heppner : Oregon HEPPNER TAILORINGS. TAILORS Cleaning ' Dyeing Pressing Repairing Heppner, Ore. pointed power as it sees fit. "Hap" Wood has a new 2-door Ford sedan. He has now opened an office in the room opposite the telephone central. Swanson's Chop Mill Has Baby scratch fee 1, chick mas!', grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc. - ator McNary h;is done more for ! lay. The lone boys are hitting j Dinner wili be served at the church theagricultural, horticultural and ' the ball in great shape and will I and an afternoon service in which livestock inierests than anv man keep Cupie working all the time. the evangelist will discuss "The 1n the senate. As a leader in the , Come out and see a real ball) Church of Christ," will be a tariif bloc he secured a protective 'name and boost the honn boys. feature. tariff on farm products including: Ihey are trying hard to put up a; eggs, prunes, walnuts, filberts. real game and need the Kupport' meraschine cherri-.'S, cream, but-'of every fan in the community, j ter, butter substitutes, cheese, I Owing to tlie extra expense i fi.,.uu aixKi itntoa mid ii l.i- nun. the team has licen nut to. thev I modilies! He secured appropri- are obliged to charge entrance Oregon- Washington highway and ations forexpertstomakeastudvifeesto all high school students " "c' ,""l.u "u" of the walnut, pear, apple and as it will take all possible gate Ju' "e brocoiii and cranberry industries, receipts to 'carry the team thru appropriations for lro: t stations. and broadcasting of market re-1 The Heppner Herald edited by ports. Unsecured an amendment j S. A. l'attison, has gone out of ChtH, liraum, a traveling sales- ; m in ol Pendleton, was arrested iiv otTw-i'i' T.ieiuilien ntur Mnrinn illast Friday forspieding on the itraum plea 1 guilty to the oflence and was . 'fined $20. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cochran returned home Tuesday from a to the war finance act authoriz- existence, being taken over by ; Htay at Soap Lake, Wn., where lone high school team defeated ing the advancement of funds to the Crawford's of the Gazette- the Condon team at Condon this t the farmers and bxestock men j Times. This leaves but one paper Wednesday by a score of 7 to 5. 80 hat they could carry their i at the county seat. Mr. Cochran went to take treat ment for kidney and stomach trouble. He is some improved.