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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1924)
U. S. EXPERTS LEAD WAR ON
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE
HiIh Is Dr. I'. 0. llciurk of I lie lulled State Unreal! of Animal
Iiiiliisti'-, (Icil) who Iiiik liwn iilncid lij- Secretary Wulliire In roinplct
(Til in iml ni tlio liijlil hi'lnif clU'rllti'ly nnirt'il un the (nut and month
(II r::vi oiitliiriik III Ciilll'iirnln, mill U. II. Ilecke, director l)einrtmen( of
.A uiic.iiK u State of lalll'urnla, Mho Is hnhMIiik Dr. Hours In iiilckly
mill iHTiiuiiiciitly HlaniiiiiK out I lie epidemic.
SAf.UA.MKNTO, CALIF. The full
force of the United Htiites Kvern
iiK iit has been brought Into pluy
effectively iiKaliiNt the foot mill
liinulli dlscane in California. The
iliH".'iHo has hcen conllncd to cer-;
tain limited districts In the state
ami the work of BtainpInK It out In
procw-dlni; rigorously under thu
direction of llr. U. (i. Ilouck, per
sonal representative of Secretary
Wallace, dcpartinont of iiKilculture,
who Iihh complete control of the
combined feileral and elate forces..
"Kvery method Justified hy our
past experience and hy scientific
sludy Ih heiug lined to prevent any
possibility of hp rend of the disease ;
ami to wipe It out ho tlioroUKhly
that there will he no chance of Its
recurrence," laid Dr. Ilouck. I
"There Is no danger of spread of
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
I'uhlislH'd Kvcry Friday by
P. V. II .I.N'S.iR, Klitnr Publisher
Tlnee months . . .
F.iiured hh second class inaltor at the
postoflVe ut lone, Orexon, under act
i f Mil red :i, Is7
Friday, May 30, 1924
Wc Thank You
In terniinntinir our connection
with the Ini)i:i'knii:nt this week
wp do no willi a decree of remorse
in that our business ulliliations
w ith many is titan end. We have
enjoyed our slay in these parts
and tried to do our sdiare towardH
the prosperity of lone and the
community at larjre. Our ad
vertisers have hien loyal to this
pap"r and we trust they continue
to prosper and .oijoy Hie holiness
of the community that is theirs
hy riijlit of the support they ex
tend toward their home paper.
We have other fields of lahor and
wherever we o, we shall often
renii'iulvr in due respect, those
to whom we knew in lone und to
them we trust that the whtel of
prosperity may ever revolve in
their favor, There may he a few
in lone who do not like us fot the
way we penned our articles, hut
we hold no enmity towards them,
only pity lor the ignorance thev
manifest. So loom.
1'. V. llASSl.KK.
Assailing; the democratic party
for attempts to m;ike political
capital out ol the oil scandal, Sen
ator James H. Watson vigorously
defended the Harding t'oolidne
atlniimstration in sounding the
keynote of too Indiana campaign
hefore the repuhliean state con
vention at Indianapolis May 21.
"The mid feasance of some olli
cials Old not utl'ect the safe and
clean uoverninent of the nation,"
"I marvel that in the, face of
tho democratic record of war ex
penditures they can talk of uraft
und incompetency. Uillions were
wasted and worse than wasted
who our ai mit nt the I rout lack
ej the essentials ot war."
F.. H. l.undell went to I'ortland w ill receive your watch repairing
Sunday for a new Star car for! for Ha'lor tne jeweler, Heppner.
Lewis Hall. "Hill" Swanson ac! John Umy came back to lone
rumpunied him to see alamt rW Mo,VUv ft.ern00.n fter several
. ,, i weeks spent visiting at Arhngton
footing material for his building. !gluj Portland.
the disease through shipment of
fruits, vegetables or dairy products
from the great non-infected areas
of California. We know of no In
stance where the disease has been
carried hy such shipments," Dr.
Complete confidence in the men
in the Held was expressed by Dr. J.
It. Mohler, chief of the bureau of
animal Industry, United States de
partment of agriculture, in a mes
sage he has just sent to Dr. Ilouck
and the local federal Inspectors.
"We have In California," he said,
"the heHt equipped force of Inspec
tors that was ever assembled on a
foot and mouth detail,
"Our methods are not experi
mental, but have been weighed In
the balance of practical experience
and have always produced the de
Why Is It?
Why is it that so many people
will ask their home merchants or
the editor of their home paper to
cut pricea for them and then step
into a store in the city and buy
something; without even a sug
gestion of lower prices? Or why
is it that some people will send a
check for the full amount ot the
printed price in a mail order cat
alogue, but will finger the price
mark on goods in a store at home
and ask if that can't be trimmed
down a bit since they "are good
customers." And why, oh why,
will the same people send away
a check for something because it
looks cheap without asking the
home merchant if he can dupli
No one has ever answered these
questions, so we have to take it
that its just a trait of human
nature, this thing of thinking
that home people don't like money
as well as strangt rs, or that they
don't want to live as well as other
people. Driving a bargain is all
riRht. Hut there is a difference
between driving a bargain a bar
gain and trying to talk a neigh
hor out of an honest profit. Say,
wouldn't it be a better com
munity all around if we could
drill this into the heads of those
who most frequently insist upon
talking the home merchant out
of the little profit he is bound to
make if he stays in business.
.. And Hcppncr Wept
One sail feature of Heppner's
hall teams defeat last Sunday was
the sadness expressed by many
lleppnerites over the outcome.
It was heartbreaking to note the
sohs emited by the young girl
fans which was finally taken up
hy the older women. Us lone
people felt a degreed of great
sorrw, but it couldn't be helped
and lleppner wept.
Fred Nichoson and John Coch
ran went to Hitter Spring Tues
day for a two week's camping
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lininger
drove to Fendleton last Sunday
where they spent a most enjoy-
j ahle day.
I The H. & B. store at Morgan
NEW MODERN BUILDINGS
FOR ALBANY COLLEGE
Rapid Progress Btlng Made Through
out the State In Campaign to Rais
Funds for Expansion Purposes.
Albany student self-help college, lo
cated at Albany, Ore., Is to have at
least three modern new buildings In
which to house its many departments
of education, when the campaign now
on throughout the state Is finished and
1800,000 Is raised for expansion pur
poses. Rapid progress is being made
in organisation work, according to J.
Henry Lang, director, at headquarters
In the Multnomah hotel, Portland.
At Albany college, every student
entered must earn all or part of their
way by some of the various methods
of work employed, it being the policy
of the school thus to inculcate habits
of the students carrying their own
load, the college lending them a help
ing hand while doing it. It is believed
by the faculty and trustees that this
better tits a student for life work,
hence It Is made obligatory.
Friends of Christian education are
being enlisted In the campaign and
the response to the call for service
has been splendid. Because of the
excellent record of the college and
the splendid field of opportunity In
the northwest, it is believed that a like
response will be forthcoming when
funds are asked for to put the school
on a thoroughly standardized basis
as to buildings and productive endow
ment. Albany college already has
$212,000 productive endowment, but to
enlarge its scope and to provide more
self-help facilities, It is necessary to
have the additional $600,000, (100,000
of which has already been subscribed
in Albany and vicinity.
All Oregon to Aid Albany
The entire state of Oregon
will be appealed to In a cam
paign now being organlted to
raise $600,000 for new buildings,
equipment and productive en
dowment for Albany student
self-help college, Albany, Ore.,
an old-established school under
Presbyterian auspices, but not
narrowly sectarian. State head
quarters are. in the- Multnomah
hotel, Portland, J. Henry Lang
Following are. division chair
men and vice-chairmen and their
Coos Bay, the Rev. Charles 8.
Bergner, chatrman, Coqullle;
Grande Ronde, the Rev. L. L.
Boyd, chatrman, Baker; Mrs. L.
R. Stockman, vice chairman,
Baker; Pendleton, Judge J. W.
Malnney, chairman, Pendleton;
J. E. Akey, vice chairman, Pen
dleton; Mrs. A. C. Voelker, vice
chairman, Helix; Portland, F. I.
Fuller, chairman; Mrs. R. W.
Shepherd, vice chairman; South
ern Oregon, M. C. Gaston, chair
man, Grants Pass; W. S. Clough,
Klamath Falls and Mrs. Walter
Frailer Brown. Medford, vice
chairman; Willamette, Homer
Saulti, motor route A, Kugene,
chairman; J, C. Swan and Miss
Flora Mason. Eugene, vice chair
men. Mrs. Clarence W, Greene
serving until the return of Miss
Mason from Hawaii.
Albany College to Have
$600,000 New Endowment
A campaign Is in progress through
out the entire state of Oregon to raise
$600,000 tor Albany self-help college,
located at Albany, Ore., one of the
oldest schools in this state. To show
their Interest and belief in the col
lege, the people of Albany and vicinity
have already pledged more than $100,
000 of the sum.
While a state-wide organisation Is
being perfected, there has been great
progress In the city ot Portland proper,
where $3(0,000 of the entire sum is to
be subscribed. Headquarters lor the
state campaign are In the Multnomah
hotel, Portland, with J. Henry Lang
in charge as director. F. I. Fuller,
first vice-president ot the Portland
Railway, Light A Power company, is
general chairman. All of the Presby
terian churches In the city have been
enthusiastically enlisted In the cam
palgn and many men and women of no
special church affiliation likewise
have been Interested. These are pdo
ple who believe In Christian edura
tion and the value ot the smaller col
lege as a supplemental agency for the
late Institutions of hlsher latniii
With 3200 votes opposed and
400 in favor, the Umatilla county
unit measure was defeated at
E. S. Ackerman, owner of this
psper, and K. G. M eigs. both of
St. Louis, Mo., arrived here on
Mr. and Mrs. Lish Soerry left
Sunday for I'ortland where a two I
week's visit will be made with
Mrs. Sperry's parents.
In Austria, wives mav m-hin'
faithless husbands and the hus-l
bands mustn t comnlain. iccmH.
ing to a recent decision of the
Austrian supreme court. When i
a woman beats her wayward
spouse, the court held, such a
h.alihn i d 4 1 k . . L - ... I
ii uuk natural re
action to his conduct."
Just ask for the Low
Price on your size
and remember it's a
Goodrich Product . .
Williams Motor Co.
"BEST IN THE LONO RUN'
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Corresponding fars to other lmportaat
ernter.. Klrvel rium limit October ll.
Itii. Liberal stop-orer prirlUf-M folnf
A side trip to T.nawetcne at
eaaiuonai ro.iwiu aicarauoi
of a lit. time.
Cell u. by phone and let ee make !
your emns.m.nU. It 00.U no dm
ami will save your Taluable Urn.
J. W. Howh
Ccnersl PMcner Ascnt
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregon
Letve your watch repairing- at
the McMurray pastime for Hay
lor the jeweler, Heppner.
The ravages of grasshoppers
have become so great in the
Lower Antelope section of Sher
man county that the county court
has appropriated $1000 to pur
chase poison and other ingredi
ants to be used for their des
truction. E. J. Bristow and family and
Judge Robinson, left Wednesday
to attend the pioneer pageant at
Walla Walla. Wn.
, THE BRUNSWICK TIRES
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
tHK OMMM MMMMIMMI
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
Heavy 7-foot Cedar Posts . 21cts
Notice For Publication '
Department of the Interior. U. S.
iMaA Office at The UhIIph, Oreiou,
May 19, 1924.
KOTH'E In IWoliir nivun th,.t
Edward MoKald. of Lexington, Ore..'
who, od Ncivemtier 10. l!Wi. nindc
HoniPHtend Kntry, No. ni."63. for
SKV. Kiytlnn 2K Trnvnul.lt. 9 V..h
Haute 2ft Kiwt, Willamette Meridian,
lina filed notice of Intention to make
three year I'roof, to estnhllHh vnlni
to the land above described, lwfura
Clay M. Anileroon. United Htatee
CoininisHloner, at Heppner, Oregon,
un me iu uay oi J my, 1S1M.
Claimant name as wltneasee : Nell
Puberty, Pan C. Poherty and Wm.
DoliertV nf 1 .vlno-tn Dm. 1I,II
Poherty. of lone. Oregon. '
J. W. DONNELLY,
Telephone Operator Killed
When a million gallons of am
monia nitrate exploded at the
Nixon Nitrate Works at New
Brunswick, N. J., killing some 25
persons and seriously injuring 60
others, a telephone operator
played the role of heroine.
While others ran for their lives
Miss Ruth Rockefeller, telephone
operator of the Ammonia Nitrate
Unit, rushed to her switchboard
and plugged in calls for help.
The explosion blew the wall in
within a few feet of the girl at
the switchboard, and when fire
man burrowed their way into the
ruins an hour later, they found
her body lying across the switch
board, crushed under a great
beam, but untouched by the fire.
Her hand still rasped the tele
phone eoras, out ner lace waa
placid as if she had worked cal nj-
ly and rapidly until the end, con
scious of having carried on the-
traditions of the conduct of her
humble post in great moments.
Swanson' Chop Mill Has
Fuller Paints, Oils, Glass, Screes
Doors and Windows.
Now booking orders for S. C.
W. L. day old chicks after
$12 per 100 at Ranch
$14 when shipped
One-half cash when booked
and I ten dayi before ship
ment June hatches $10 and
$12 per 100 is ordered at once.
WOODSON t SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
IKEPPNER TAILORING CO.
1 D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Conuslor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts