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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published livery Friday by
I V. HEAD, IMitM-Publisher
One year. ....$1.50
iix mouth ., ,.76
i .. red as lecon class matter at the
posiuffic at lone. Oregun, under act
of Mn;,h 3. 1N79
Friday, Tcb. 6 1925
'With intilioe toward none, with
charity lor nil; doing tliw right a
Ooil gives u to tut- thu right."
years had led great people
through the darkness of the val
ley of tribulation which lies a
cress the pathway of all who
eompromiae with wrong. It
might have been said of him, as
it was said of another that
"while he lived he was the guid
ing star of a whole, brave people,
and when he died, the little
children cried in the streets." j
Hut it may as truly be said thati
the soul of Lincoln lives on in the
soul of America and has become
, a part of the living and indes
tructible fabric of the America
that is and is to be.
Willow Creek Pioneers
STATE PROHIBITION DE
At the head of this column
stands a Quotation from one of
the Inaugural addresses of Abra-j We held no brief for George
ham Lincoln, the Great Emanci.jC!caver l,ut we feel 8ure thatth
pator, We select it from the mass State Prohibition Department is
of his publis?4 utterances be-i n,ucl needed- Someofourlaw
cause we believe the words to benforcement offlers are to much
exDressive. not onlv of the genii. ! inclined to t-tand pat on "It cant
manfr and nncnnua fhof rrnvurnui I 6 doilG,
a great occasion, but an index of
the great man who first uttered
That sentiment and purpose
we fervently wish for the senti
ment and purpose bf all our
people now. With these words
as a part of his mental furnish
ing and with this sentiment
mastering his thought, the citi
zen will do no wrong, with this
purpose translated into action he
cannot but do well for the God
in whom Lincoln trusted is
mitrh'rv tn nvorrtila rha oimfi rf !
men and make even their wrath
to praise him.
In April, fateful month in
American history, 1865. the
assaun'a bullet stilled forever
the beating.of that brave heart,
but did not, could not, stay the
onward, upward leading of that
mighty spirit that for four bloody 1 gonian.
One witness before the Cleaver
investigation committee at Salem
stated that when she turned over
evidence to the state dry officers
she got action but that such re
suits could be obtained from the
federal officers or from sheriffs.
Is that why the state dry de
partment is being so rigorously
investigated? Is it alright for a
prohibition officer to sit in a
swivel chair and acquiesce in
law breaking but wrong for him
to go forth with the intent of
enforcing the law without fear
or favor? This newspaper ha?
long been dubious about some of
the Cleavor methods. but we are
frank to say we have vastly more
respect for him. than for some
other officers who could be lo
cated without going beyond the
confines of the state. East Ore-
Send for your free copy
of this hook today!
The book tell you how jou can hunt on posted prop
erty how farmer and sportsman can get together .
to their mutual advantage.
Three-quarters of the hunting p round a i already
posted. Where will you hunt this fall? Read the
book, "Hunting Posted Property" it'i free.
E. L DU PONT DE NEMOIUS 4 CO, Inc.
Sporting I'tiudrr Dic'uion
C SPOKTSM AnY;
Is broadcasting to all the
World this season
4 Come ! W art bett.r prpard
than avr to tntartaln you and mak
your vltlt wondtrf ul xprine.,,
If you have never been to California It ihould b
the eflurt of your life to go. When you are ready
to plan the trip let the
bHp. grnd word to th itvnitnr d bf pbnm, or mall or
U. I will give you tlw benefit of my personal bnowMft
Bvln r.td mttwm f ft bt
i, tvety k mi of equipment and tl exact oovt.
now every rtmta, ever
and etrxnoncr, or I will apnd a Ui most hrlpful
i inow rvery roi
liofu. Drandf von
an outline of yur tno. and dalivr vuur tirkta. Youm
not Irav your hour or youroftica to at trad to bVithareorna
dfiaiia. 1 have Ute boat.thert ta, aitd H ahall bo jmm Uai
I muoant I know you dair it.
J. W. I10WK, Agent, lone, Ore.
Mr. A. L. Douglas who now
lives about eight miles southwest
of lone is one of the few surviv
ors of pioneer days. '
His father 0. T. Douglas with
his family left the old home in
Linn County, Oregon, and in the
Spring of 1870, located a home
where Morgan now stand.
At that time James Cec;l and
family were living on The' Ore
gon Trail and were the only other
family on lower Willow creek.
The nearest neighbor was liv
ing three miles west of lone.
The nearest, neighbors on the
east were on Butter creek. The
Da les was their post otlice and
Mr. Douglas followed stock
raising until the early DO's when
he retired and moved to Weston,
Oregon, .where he liveM until
very recent years.
When the hil.s became settled
a post office was established in
his home and was called Douglas
untill when Mr. A. C. Morgan
took charge the name was
charged to Morgan.
John Douglas of Weston and
A. Lu Douglas vf lone are the
living members of the family.
A. L. Douglas was married to
Christy Ganger, daughter of
Andrew Ganger, a pioneer who
lived just ea'-t of lone. A. L.
Douglas was among the first to
break sod and begin wheat rais
ing west of Douglas, where they
lived until 18US, in which year
thty moved to Weston, where
they farmed until 1918 when
they returned to lone and
bought a farm on Jordan Fork,
where Mr. Douglas contiued his
occupation, one of the most
highly respected citizens of the
community in which he has
spent the past fifty-five years.
Mr. Douglas' three sons and
three daughters are all grown
and living in Umatilla County.
Mrs. Douglas died in 1923, and
Mr, Douglas has recently
married a second time.
In a New York court a juror
who had been designated as fore
man listened solemnly ail throiiKh
the case and then admitted that
inasmuch as he did not speuk
English or understand it he had
not understood the testimony or
the charge by the judge. It was
finally agreed by the attorneys
and the judge to let the. other
11 members render the ver
dict. East Oregonian.
Iiev. N. W. Phelps cf Wasco
has stirred up the animals by an
open letter addressed to Rep
resentatives Fitzmaurice of
Gilliam County and C. .A. Tom
of Sherman County in which he
takes a strong stand in favor of
the proposed Child Labor amend
ment to the Federal Constitution.
The Condon Globe Times takes
a fall out of Brother Phelps and
cites the action of the National
Grange in opposition to the pro
Notes of Interest to All
Bunch Grass Rebecca Lodge
of lone, initiated two candidates
The Oddfellows get together
meeting at Heppne'r was well
attended. For particulars see
our extended account in another
io.m. LOixii; .o. 1.1:.. i. o. o r.
Mt-i'iH every JSiiturdny ewiilng. X.
)., I .'aiili Yoiuitr: V. U. Kewu 1-t'il
lictlcr; See. i:rlA. Drown; TreuM.
. .1. lirlHtow.
in xciniiiAss ki;bi:k.ii Nu. hi.
I. ' O. F. Mci-tM tliu Ili'Ht unil tlilnl
I'liuiHiliiy of i'ih'Ii liiuii I li, N.ii. Kuliy
Kiigt'lnmii; V. (I. Arvlllu Hwuiihoii;
Sec. Verilt Kilclile: TreiiH, Kltn Urln-
IO.VK I,')1KJK N.i. K'J. A I'. & A.M
Meet every llrxt hihI third WeilneN-
ofeuell month. V. M. (,'. Jt. WuUer;
See. I,. K. Dlek.
I.OCUHT C'HAI'TKK No. 1111. O. K
Mit'la the xeilmil mid fourth '( uch
day of eiieh moiitii. W.M. Mm, Myr
tle Walker; Hue. Mrs. Nlua Ulddle.
v KNOW HIM?
Isn't it funny?
That a man who thinks
He is a bus ness man
Will get up in the morning
From an advertised mattress,
Shave with an advertised razor,
And puton i. lvertised underwear,
Advertised Lose, shirt, collar, tie
Seat himscL ut the table and
Eat ad vestised breakfast food,
Drink advertised coffee or sub
stitutes. Tut on an advertised ha
Light an advertised cigar,
Go down to his place of business
And turn d wn advertising on
the grout). I that
Advertising Doesn't Pay? ,
1'aeific Drug Review.
Notes f Interest to 'All
Rev, Johnson is spending the
week at hi? home at Lyle and on
his return Citurday will be ac
companied !y his daughter, who
will attend the high school. They
witl be at home in the parson
age.Gras:; Valley Journal.
The Unio.i Christian Endeavor
Society will meet at the Congre
gational Cnurch next Sunday
evening, February 8.
The top ; is "Overcoming
Selliishnes" and t'ie leader is
Mi.s Zoe Fai ien.
The Junior C. E. Society meets
at the Baptist Church at 6;30 1'.
M. the leader for next Sunday
evening is,Mary Grabill.
The C- E. meeting at the j
Christian Church next Sunday j
will be led by Miss Marvel Akers. !
seeding time 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 the New Year brings
you health wealth and prosperity.
j Bristow& Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. DECK. Proprietor
Rev. W. W. HEAD,
11:00 A. M. and 8:00
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
arttl looK over my
Ime of Worh Shoes.
I have a good !toch of Cloves and
KvpQtrinrot Reasonable Prices.
X Gl-O. W. RITCHIE. Prop.
I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
I FRESH and CURED MEATS
I t Your Patronage Solicited.
M. and 8:00
FIRST BAPTIST CHU iCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor st3.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.3) P.M
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Cleaning ' Dyeing
A. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner :- Oregon
Under New Management
IONE . HOTEL
lone, Ore. - 1
RcturnLshzJ an J 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.
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law'
First National Rank Huilding
Heppner - Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Cood Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Craduate Nurse Assistant
Phone-Oirice Main 933
Residence Main 492
HEPPNER - . OREGON
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR '
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
IONE, - ' OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice In all the Courts
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Drug Store.
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fell. r..y .. .
, " iuuing