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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Eur, Friday by
J. V. HEAD, KUtot-Publislur
On year $1.60
Six monthi , 75
Thie. months . ,..E(1
Entered second -.uss matter t tha
postoflles at lone, "reijtm, under act
of Miuvii 3, ls7
Friday, Dec. 12, 1924
Wm. Davidson and his hired
man have bern haulintr wood
and coal from Akrjan this week,
to the Davidson home near
R. E. Harbison und Wid Pal
mateer were hauling hay from
the Ekleberr? ranch last week.
Ross Perry of the Diamond T
ranch was taking in the s'ghts
.of Morgamltst Thursday.
Mrs. Este Bauern fiend was
calling in Cecil last week, making
the round trip with Mrs. Funk.
Harvey and Ervin Medlock
and Paul Pettyjohn are recover
ing from an attack of tonsilitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Pettyjohn
returned from The Dalles last
Monday night, bringing alpad of
Mrs. Este Bauernfiend spent
Friday with Mrs. H. 0. Ely.
Mrs. Pat Medlock went down
to Cecil on Monday.
The B. & B. store at Morgan
will receive your watch repairing
for Haylor the jeweler, Heppner
, There was quite a little excite
ment in Morgan last Thursday
morning, when Ben Morgan's
team was scared by a dog fight
and ran away. Mr." Morgan
succeeded in catching the team
before much damage was done.
Washington, l C Carrying a total
of $124,637,715 of which $.70,000,000 la
for roaii construction, tho nirrtoultural
appropriation bill for tha fiscal year
beginning July 1, 1925. was reported
from the house appropriations commit
tee. This la an increase ajver-the appro
priation for the current year of JUS,
923,279 of which $61,000,000 occurs in
cooperative road construction funds.
The total for roads provided in the
bill Is $76,000,000. Some years ago
there was authorised for cooperative
road construction $540,000,000 and of
this sum there still remains a balance
of $46,700,000 to be provided by con
gress In 1026 87.
Forest roads and trails are allowed
$4,000,000 for tho coming year.
Appropriation of $24,000 Is made
for the collection of seed fraln loans
made In 1921 and 1922 to farmers in
the far west. The 1921 loan was for
$1,957,407 of which J1.237.S35 has been
collected. The 1922 loan was $1.4S0,
106 of which $1,046,583 has been re
HOUSE IS AGAINST
Consolidation of 39 Offices Is
Defeated By Vote of
C3 to 47.
Washington, I). C A section pro
posing abolition of 89 land officii was
t .1 (...!...., ..A . 1. ,....
tmuiuuuvu irom iuh inuinor oepavi
ment appropriation bill by tha house.
The vote was 6S 1o 47 on ail aniond
mem. offered by Representative Sin
nott, republican, Oregon, to strike out
Among the offices for which con
solidations effective July 1 had leen
proposed, were: Holse and l,ewiton,
)d;iho; Lahevlew, Portland, tioaclitirK,
The Dales and Vale, Or.; Senttlo and
The Sinuott amendment, as well as
tho other proposals adopted under
houso rules, ore subject to another
vote before final passuse of tho bill,
and it was Indicated that tho Until
on the former would be reopened at
VOTE TO STRIKE IS HEAVY
Ninety-six Per Cent of Englnsmen
San Francisco. N'luety-slx per cent
of the members of the Knglnemen's
union on the Southern Pacific railway
system have voted to strike unless the
railroad management consents to a
conference "to effect a peaceful set
tlement of the matters In controversy,"
anion officials announced.
The vote does not mean an Imme
diate strike, according to union of
ficials, but It places in the hands At
union executives the power to call
out the men at any time, if they con
clude a walkout Is necessary.
The thrcstened strike of engineers.
firemen and hostler employes on the
Southern Paclfkailroad was averted
when the management of the roads,
in answer to whut was virtually an
ultimatum from the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers and the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen and En
glnemcn, ogreed to meet represents
tlves of the men for a settlement ol
a long drawn out wage controversy.
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Send for your free copy
of this hook today!
' ThebooLteUsyou howyou can hunt on posted prop
erty bow farmer and fportsman can get together
to their mutual advantage. '
Three-quarters of the bunting grounds is already
posted. Where will you hunt this fall? Read the
Look, "Hunting Posted Property" iff free. .
E. L DU PONT DE NEMOURS 4 CO., lac
Sporting Powder DivUion
Is broadcasting to all the
World this season
"Cottle! W ar txittar prepared
than rvtr te entertain yea and soak
, your visit a mtmini ul x-pertenaw."
Tf Vital Knv rmim Ku . j..! !! I, .1 t a t
the effort of your life to go. When you tre ready
to plan the trip let the
twin. Brad word loth. trndrnijiiM by phone, or null or
call. I will .v, jmu tlii- bandit of my pronnal knowkrif
luj rapmrn,, w ,.., ... ,k k.p)ol
trlaud analtar t. ka ha4. I know evy rouu, errr
U am, .vary ki.fl of iituipmtBl and Uia eiart mat. I will
e we vo-jiilrrpiri cu acranmolatj.., provide you with
an otitltnt of yonr trip, and tilw you, llrltrta. You need
5" '""J""" l ym mix to attend to botlimotne
detail.. I bava llw brat tlura la, and It ahall ba nwi the
lawnmt I know you Saaara It.
J. VV. HOWK, Agent, lone, Ore.
A section of the Interior depart
ment bill currying S,D4.1,000 for
reclamation w. rk for the fiscal year,
was lulopted without amendment In
Tho house a vcpted the bill's provi
sions for proji ts at Itaker and Uma
tilla, Ore.; 'lamath, Orogon-Call-torn
la; rtkano. au und Yakima, Wash.,
and Ynkliim (i Ittltas division), Wash,
and the provh for general Investi
gation of soro: ilary projects.
The house l -.'used lo accept three
proposals by Uepresentatlve Bummers,
republican, Washington, to lacrosse
the amounts carried In the Interior
bill by Ull.Sim ror the Toppenlsh Sim
coe Irrigation , -ejects, 11110,000 for the
Wapato Irrlgntli n system and 140,000
for the Pntus rrojoet,
U. 8. Navy 8esmn Fire Victims.
Sin Diego, t .U. One navy sailor li
dead and sevi.it ecu sailors and two
civilians serlouHly burned as a result
el' the burning and sinking of a prlwite
water tht t.a Moyno, In the h ir
tor early Mon ,y. There were forty
five men on 1 urd the craft when It
c.lif.ht fire In mld-oliannul. An ei-
I lovion or bu Uflro caused tbe dis
aster and tin survivors were picked
up by other w. :er craft.
Chrintnuia will be obaerved at
euchoftke churches In lone by
The pageant to bo presented
by the Sunday School of the
Christian church will be given
Sunday evening;. December 21.
The Christmas program of the
Congregational Sunduy school
will be rendered Monday evening,
The date of the Christmus
service at the Baptist church
hits not vet been ut luit uill lu
decided upon nxt Sunday.
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson'a Feed and Supply store
for Haylor the jeweler, Heppner.
0. A. C, Corval Hi. -Earl J.
Hluke of lone i i n number of the
Acacia Muioaic degree team
which has recently conferred
master Mason's degrees In var.
ions lodges throughout the statt.
Mr. Hluke Is a speclul In elei trio
Miss Irene Deyins who grad
uated from lone high school last
year and who la now living In
Hood Uiver, was married last
Sunday to Geo. Hanel of Hood
The ceremony was performed by
Kov. W. 0 Livingstone. Mr.
I Hanel has charge of a filling
station on the Mt. Hood Loop.
it i i
E. R. HLVDELL, PropiicSr.
A complete stock of
Kelley-Springfield and UnUed States' $
Come in and see me before
sending your order away.
Standard and Union Gas.
Repair Shop in Connection
Under Management of J. H. Bryson.
A Nice New Line
at Knockout Prices
Buy your best fellow a
real Xmas present.
Bristow & Johnson
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J ivJINL. HARNESS SHOP
C. A. BECH. Proprietor
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& ...211 -3 Sjl.
Will uu IV
DA1NT will lengthen the life of '
your property anJ improve its
Paint will save you many dollars
in repairs and replacements.
Paint will protect your investment
and give you renewed pride in your
Cood paint is good economy. Just "give us an
opportunity to prove it. We recommend and sell
RnstTiUSf.cn Paints and Varnishes for protection of
DlVlfS Tt-a l
ana loori over my
Line ofi WorK Shoes.
1 have a good stocK of Gloves and
1 Repairing nt Rnn.Ul. p.:
4 raW4a w
CEO. W. RITCHIE, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
JYour Iatronage Solicited.
?44 A tlMtttlMIIIUmtl .t
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon.
SAM GANGER, Proprietor.
Nice Rooms. Good Service.
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Barfl and Roof Paint TsU Dura WaJuUs '
Truck sn4 Trsrtof Paint Wall Paint
CraoaotaSliingl. Stain Tnaiia Floor Paint
Porch Floor Paint Oil Stains, Varnlihes
Rscollls Ensoul Floor tad Vamuk S,w
I!(-L " Product forEttty Satact
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER