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THE IQNE LN5ZFENDSNT
Published Kvc y Friday by j
J. V. llli.iU, ;,! x-l'ublisher 1
Six months 75
Thiee months , f
Entered as second c a nmlto' al 0
postotllce at lone, son, under
of Mitrvh ;i. ITH
Friday, Dec. 26, 1924
LOUIS J. TAEOR
Income taxes collected In the period
July 1 to December 1, totaled 1461,75s,
074, a decrease o( $:U,000,000 as com
pared with the same period lust year
Miscellaneous taxes, formerly In
eluding tnuiiy war time tuxog which
wore abolished by the new law, total
ed $:)7!i.SlS,:Ul, a decrease of 1(17,000,
The only sixonble increase was lr
collection of taxes on dues of athletic
social and snorting organisation
which jumped S275.000 to a total o
Louis J. Tabor, who la master ol
the National Grange. )
100 MILLION LOST
BY REDUCED TAXESj
Washington, D. C Reduction of In
eome and war taxea by congress lust
prlng cost the government n-url) :
1100,000,000 In revenues during the
first five months of operation of th ;
new law, the Internal revenue bureat !
Washington Bans Eastern Poultry
Olynipia. Wash. Because a myster
ious contagU-u and infectious t'.is
case work' d havoc among the poultrj
of several of the central and mlddlt
west slates, a quarantine order was
nur,i"d by Director of Agriculture
Cloyd, rre'.iibitiDK tlia shipping and
Z ' 'jy! Trank Winch
Send for your free cony
of ibis book today!
Thebooktellsyou howyoti can bunt on ported prop
erty Low farmer and epuxtsinan can get together
to tbeir mutual advantage.
Three-quarters of the hunting grounds is already
posted Where will you l u.it this fall? Read tha
Look, "Hunting Posted Property" it's free.
E. L DU roNT DE NEMOIUS & CO Inc.
Sporting I'mrilrr Ihiuiun
' Is broadcasting to all the
'bjrv World this season
World this season
"C jHIC! W. art better prepared
than ever to entertain you and make
your vlclt wonderful exprten.
If you have never been to California it should be
the eflort of your life to go. When you are ready
to plan the trip let the
h-lp. Srtvl word to th undmifned by pliooc, or mall or
c!l. I illgw you th torn flt of my p-rtyml ItrtrmMm
ml rxprnni. e, or I will 4 vM ch most hslpfnl
pr(nt4 m liter to be hrd. I know every rmiu, every
liain, cvrty kiitfj oi cquiiM-ifl and the etrt coslt. 1 wtll
f-riife )iijr tWptng cur m Ofjmnvltjot provkle you With
n outl.nc of your ;ri), uikI d' liver your tukcU, Yrjurwed
not leave your h'ne or your fttfirm to tfvl to botherjm
, detail, I h$vr tltc brut ther and It abali b yourt tha
mmocfit I ktum you detire it.
J. VV. IIOVVK, Agent, lone, Ore.
importing "InTo" ashlititton "statDot
any live poultry from North, Dakota.
South Dakota, Missouri, Kansas, 111
Inula, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska or
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
Former governor of Ohio, James F
Campbell. $1, died suddenly at hit
home. In Columbus. O.
At least 2'i persons are dead as a
result of the sub xero weather center
ins over the middle west.
The nomination of Joseph W. Mc
Intosh of Illinois to b controller ol
the currency was confirmed by tin
Thus H. Ince, motion picture pro
dmer, who died in I.os Angeles last
month, left an e.siute valued at II.
A car of No. 2 dark northern wheal
sold for 12.15 a bushel on the Mln
neapolis pram exchange, setting a sea
son's record price. The wheat test !
ed 1G 45 per cent protein.
The will of the late Samuel fiomp '
ers, labor leader, probated In Wash
ington. D. C left tho hulk of his estate
to his three sona and allotted to hit
wife the minimum amount required hj
Ex-Policemen Held For Bank Robbery,
Seattle, Wash, Itoss C. Watson, So
attle ex police detective who was ac
cused of participation In a J22.H00
department atoro robbery hero- last
summer; Clarence It. "Dick" Shlvcly.
Seattle ex patrolman, and four other
men were arrested on Canadian extra
dition warrants ns suspect in a $40,
000 lloyal bank robbery at Nanaltuo.
11. C, Hi'oenibor 12.'
California Volcano Again la Erupting
Westwod, Cul. Lassen peak, the
only active volcano in coutiiientnl
Vnlted Stutea. began an eruption ol
smoke and gassoa Monday afternoon
Residents of Wostwood declared It
was the largest eruption of the nioim
tuiu since 1'JIS.
Leave your watch repuirinir at
Swanson's Keed and Supply store
for Haylor the jeweler, Heppner.
The H. & 11 atore at MorRan
will receive your watcli repairinit
for liny tar th tjeweler, Heppner
Mrs. Earl Wiiu'loworth and
children have come to Morgan
from The Hal . and will tay
with l'"ay i'tiyjohti and family
for some time. .
Mrs. II. J. Streeter and eon
Noel, of Cecily visited Mr. Gorten
who is quite sick at his daughter's
home in Morgan.
Mr. and Mn.. Noah Pettyjohn
hiive been on tliu sick list.
Miss lie rahiuie Funk and Miss
Margaret Ely were absent from
school last wtek on account of
Mr. Ed wart'", and Pat Medloclt
are helping cu a for E. B. Got
ten. Henry Str er of Cecil spent
with E. It.
Robert. Ilai bison arrived in
Morgan Erioay night, to ttpond
the ChristniaH vacation with his
parents. H Bays it is quite cold
in the valley. ,
John Gray of Four Milo wits
hauling wood last week.
Mr. and Mrs. K, E. Harbison
called on Mr. llardesty on Wed
nesday and Thursday tvenings
of last week.
Quite a bunch of Turkeys were
shipped to Portland last week,
Palmateei, Davidson, Edwards
and several others doing the
Franklin Ely drove to Arling
ton on Sun'lnv, to meet Miss
Gladys Pleroit who ciun 'upfrom
Morgan school gave its Christ
mas program Wednesday after
Several of the neighbors were
caught napping by the sudden
change to ssei o weather, and have
Miss Gladys Pierott visited
Morgan school Monday afternoon.
Snow commenced falling nt
Morgan on lcc. i!0, and contin
ued to a depth of 5 inches, A
cold snap followed, the temper
ature going to 10 degrees below
zero, the coldest so far at Morgan.
Lost Mail Plane Pilot Found Dead
Aurora. III. The body of Charles
(litliert. the air mail aviator who wa I
lost Sunday night in a snowstorm
over Kaneville, 111., while on the way '
to Omaha from Chicago, was found
.Monday about a halt; mile from hit j
wrecked plane. Apparently he had .
1 'lipid from his plane with his para j
chute, but it was torn from him in the i
downward rush through the storm.
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l. R. UJXDFXL. Proprietor.
During One Week
commencing Dec. 24 and ending
Jan. 1, every tiling in this gar
age will be sold at
1 0 Percent Discount
United States, Kelly-Springfield
and Good Year tires and tubes
30x31-2 oversize tires $11.70
32x4 " " 19.35
and all other sizes in accordance. Everything
in the house 10 percent discount.
We wish our many
Patrons and Friends a Very
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. bllClA. Proprietor
J. Drop In and look over my
Line ol WorK Shoes.
I have a iood stock of Cloves and
1 tVeptiirinrf at Reasonable Prices. t
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fw1 cufr Jiiel corr
pVERY LANG RANGE, manuf.cund is built
around tho famous HOT DLAST principle and .
I r contui::s 1,10 LAKG I;or AIR IRAIT, both
I 1 orifcinol, putented features. Forcing the hout e- ,
tirt'ly cround iliu ovi.m, ulilizinfc every purticlo
of fuel und jVutinfc even,' inch of coolrirft sur
faco, the LANtj rur.jo is by fur tho mo.st econom
ical kitchen run&c on tho market. Today LANG
stoves are used and endorsed by thousands of
American housewives, .
GE. W. RITCHIE, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRkSH and CURED MEATS
HYour Patronage Solicited.
. , 1 ' "i
us show you a
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.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
. lone, Oregon .
ENGELM AN HARDWARE Co.