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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1925)
THE IONEriDEPENDENT!nrcn-M rnm
., l Im.-.-v J lvi.WU I I LuO
PublUheJ K ory rIJay by
. V. UlUn. i: Ihor-l'ubUslxr
Out ymt $1.50
Six moiithi ....... TS
ThiM ninntha 50
Entr(i r wront. - iuu matter at th
ntifflo at lone. Orfgon, under act
of Mr n 3, 1ST '
Friday, J.;n. 16 1921
The Editorial Desk
JmJjfine hy w l.at the Orrpor
Voter Rives its trustful reacts
the 1923 Legislature of the State
of Oregon is composed of citizens
who are, without exception, at If
to qualify in all three dimensions
of statesmanship; native ability,
hroad experience and moral ex
cellence. At any rate the voters
havf chosen them and must abir'e
their choice and it would be well
if we could all remember tUn;
legislative errors are more likth
to be of the head than of th
heart, and that the complications
and difficulties that hamper the
legislator are much more evident
in the legislative halls at Salem
than on the farmsteads of Mor
J. E. Culllsou nml U. F. VMaar ot
roiilaml linvo rotvlvoil iv cmitrni't
from tlu Klitmnth eomuy wrt to
rrulHO 75,000 iu'ii'b nf while iltto tlm-.
licr Imul In Klamitlh county. Tlioy
will rwotve SO i'nii per m ro.
lls Kutlitrou Mllln, (It'i'i'iili'd can
didate for tliu office of county trruH
iirer of Tillamook county ut tht fall
election, eucccoiKd hirmlf u tint re-
Bull of refusal of County Tiiasurer-
T!n nrowvill woolen mill I now clwt Hryan to accent the olflcc.
gf s?e:::i i;:test
Brief Resume cf Hr.ppenings of
the Week Collected for
LABOR BANK GOOD
Since the Brotherhood of Loco
motie Engeneres established the I
first labor bank in Cleveland, 2J
additional labor bankr have been j
formed, seven are in process of j
iormation and preliminary organ j
ization steps have been taken for .
60 more, according to Fredrick
J. Haskjn, in the El Paso Herald.
emloyii'.!',' several shirts of men ami
the iniHt.itH'3 tiro running iluy u tut
Ooriu' M. Olsoiulorfcr lias been
recome.ieu.ied hy Hepresentaiivo Haw
ley for aii;u)hitmeiit im ic(uiustcr at
Alimit '."i0 men lire employed on the
pot eminent tl.im under construction
on McKay crotk, seven inilra south Of
remilcton. v ;
l'urehase of a luik-ninl ladd r truck
for the Mi'MIunvillo fire department
has lu cn imt lu the lunula, of a com
mill" for action.
Vith t'ae nnrruuta all paid and mon
ey Kit In practically efery fund of the
county, I. inn comity Nosed VX2i with
a balance of JUSTUS.
A total of -iSl.U'T tons were handled
in the, port terminal of Astoria dur
ing the last year, according to data '
prepared ly port authorities. I
Steps have been taken for the crea-1
Hon of a new school district with j
VesTfir. tie new sawmill town two!
miles i: ,-t of Oakrid-tt. as the center.
The Northwestern Society of High-'
way r.inJm rs held Its annual meetln-; ,
In IVrtiai-.d Saitirdajr, with more than ;
ICO i:ti mln-rs of the organization la;
' A special meeiini? of Oregon dairy'
Bfn ii"d reprcsenlatlvca of allied In-1
dustriis caUid to co:-slder propoid'
legislation was postponed to Monday, j
N"arly 1 " U more homes were erect
ed in Portland in 1921 than in 19S3 ''
ai:d the value, w as M.09I.UT greati r ,
than the year before. Homes eroch J '
The com i-ilat im cjf gross posted re- j
celpta qf the Mulford postnffiee. ;
f.ol.o for the year, shows an Increase
of more t!.;.n 9 per cent over gru.i
receipts In 1323."
l,ake county is clearing tha tax rolls
of delinquent titspayerg by a foreclou
ure ault Involving more thnu 400d do
fendnnta, represent ing property own
eta of the county whoso tuxes liavo
been unpaid for the last two years.
The residence of, V. A. t'mbanhower
on Grand Island, about ten miles south
ot Uayton, upset and caused dtiuuiKO
est limited nt between S2S0 and ?:it)0.
The house was built on piles nliout six
feet lu the nlr to put It nbovo high
water danger. The accident was
thou.' '. 1.. . V.-c " :'. a ret
tlement of the undcrplnnitig on rna
sMk frithnvln - i''i r-' 'lit heavy freoie.
r. S, rielc'er, wfio for flvs yeara
Iiiim been county ngrlcultnnil agent at
Moueow, !d:ib.i, him been appointed to
a sliullar pom, Ion In lame county and
will assume I 'h duties February 1.
.1. M. Ueviv i, attorney for the slate
highway ib p rlutent, has been ro
iincstfd to p. pam u bill for presenta
tion to I lie it islaiure providing for a
tax on cliiiin :e solil In I Ills state,
Kolo Hialii .iled at the Kugeno boa-
pit ut ih a r suit of biiriiH auffe.-ed
when a d.ivei nt upon which ho wua
sleeping several Weeks ago caught
lire, lie was badly burned on tils arms j
Course IHi ' le and Clinton nrnmbor ;
of Suiherllu in ' in the Hoseburg hos- '
pltal sufferlinr from Injurlet sustained
when n die ! 1 actoss their car whlls
they were d iving on the Cnlupoota ;
road cast ot : ilherllll.
Couselldiith .1 of :"J liidlvidnul rnd
i!';:!r!eis lu W'aseo county Into five
l;;ire illsitie.s for the purpose of inuk
;.i. ' e ; for general
road pnrpo-: , mm announced by
route v ,tm' ri dli Ki.ioii.
The lion. W. ,1. Taylor Hciiator
iitm Mono, Umnlillii iind Union
I'ounties is a ileinocrat in pulities
tittil spirit brlieveng tlmt Hi'miilie
i y is bent in all tilings, including
l 'verntiiont. Hi i.fig residence
ii Umatilla county and Ins kten
i nt rest in public ufl'iiirs have
! v; n to him a reputation of
v.liieliany man inighn be ptVutl.
Mrs. Louis Malsigcr uinl Mrs.
Paul Halsiger were vi'iitms in
Morgan Tueadny morning.
Mr. J. I', Louy bus gona to
S'ni Kranriet'o Cal. where he will
vittit his da i' ht"
Mi'.Uav J.i ly H''t' i"fm on
llm HojiHirtrinCuiiaduhas return
Mis. I. L. Howard returned
Tuesday from I'ortland,
Mr. 11. I'. Akeis, for the last
liew MontliS a resident of Port
land, in Mopping at the lone
(1. K. Society of the Cristian
Church plan to go to Lexington
j (r it rnlly with the Endeavor
of the Lexinuton Society.
.' "'fZurx.xr.-sz-JtrT'jsr: n
.'PO iTTD I KUrEPvTY
"Frank Vinch "
Send for your free copy
of ibis book today!
Tbebooktcllsyou liow voiu-ati limit on po-ted prop
erty how fariiiew and fporUuiau can get together
to their mutual advantage.
Three-quarter of the hunting grounds is already
Costed. Where will y(,u hunt this fall? Keud the
ook, "Iluntiu Pu'ted "i-operty" it's free.
E. L DU POM DF NI-MOMiS & COn lac
Spurtinf, i'liutlrr IlitUiun
During Oac Week
commencing Dec. 21 and ending
Jan. lt everything in this ar-
' . age will Ik sold at
1 0 Percent Discount
United States, Kelly-Springfield
and Good Year tires and tubes
-30x3 1-2 oversize -tires $11.70
32 x 4 " " 19.35
seeding lime will soon be here
A VAN BRUNT .
will serve you well.
We have a good stock of drills on
. hand and our prices are right.
'Hoping New Year brings
you health WwUuhand prosperity.
Bristow & Johnson
and all other siz;s in accordance. Kvcrytliing
in the house 10 percent discount. '.
I IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. Ur.CtV. Proprietor
w V r V V V VT V P t V W V w W W i
Drop In und looK oVcp my
, Lint of WorK Shoes.
j. I ltave a jjooil stotK of Gloves und
j. Repairing at lV asonlili- Prir--
?a y? 'rWi rA rs l "o xS
i f-i 'Is:
t;i Is broadcasting to all the
H World this season
" Ci:UO! Ve art bttttr prepared
V.kn (ever f j tnti -t li you and make
jreisr vlAt a wor-dtfrtul txjKrlenc."
If you have never. lwn to California it ihould be
tlie cfi'ii t uf your lilr to gg, VVjicn you art ready
to pUin the ti.p let the
twlp. fifu'l wrr t. t I,e urrlrrjIfnH by pvM, or mU or
"Ttvr to I. k., J hm.w cv,rv route
1 you lb motl h.lpf ul
I km.w ev ry route. vtrfT
priaifi finnyr to fcr I. ;
(.turf y.ur ,1"'4 t in . co". n-xiati.irn.pmVKlr Tnu wlfh
kn outlut of yii,r trt, rl U i.vfr yoilf tif krtl. YoMOfrcl
rvjt rttvi: yyt )o.'- -r yotir (. Itoe to .urtHl to txitrirnm
drli.i)t. i !.uvr l) t.i th -re n, uul it aliaji b your. U)
wwacm i imkiw you csire lu
J. V. IIOWK, Agent, lone, Ore.
CICO. W. RITCHII-, IVop,
Y LAKG PA'( T.
Wholesale anJ Rttail Dealer
FRESH and CURED MEATS
iVour Patronage Solicited.
lll.i'mf;:, lured is liiiilr
fiimou-i HOT IILAST Tirititinlp ,.,J
cont;.in,i t'm, LAKG HOT AIR DRAIT, rutk
ori;.;nul, p.u-nt-f! .f..-t.m s. Furl iu, U lHmt ei.
tutly uroui.J ll.o ovt ii, u;iii.-:..,i t-vi-tv
of fuel hi,.! Jl(,ii:!., very inrh of coo'kli, !ltr.
faco , tl.u LAH(i iU.,.:,i. h i.y far tl.o mo,t ,on..m.
lcul kitchen tnnlu on tl.o r.'iivl-ct. To l.y LA'iJtj
itovs nr u:;td utij c-nJoiW Ly tiiouiuiiJ. o
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.
Let us show you
ENGELMAN HARDWARE Co.
VULCAN and OLIVKR PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORS'K ENGINES,
. MYERS PUMPSbTAR and AERMOTOR "
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER j
lone, Oregon ... ;