The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, March 20, 1925, Image 2

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    THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
7. V. HEAD, Etit(-Publishcr
SUBSCRIPTION:
On year... .... 11.60
Bit month! ... -7B
Tl" montha ...... ...60
Eausrad ai tacond rlast matter at tha
poitofflca at lone, Orafon. under act
of Mar.h S, 1S79
Friday, Mar. 20 1925
I would rathJr hU twenty men
what were well to l dene, than In
one of the twenty to follow nlne
own luatructlon.
ShakwiK-are.
ENDURANCE
From out the nlht which aheltfr
me
Black as the pit from pole to pole
I thauk whatever proda there be
For my unconquerable aoul.
In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud
Beneath the bludgeoning of chance
My head, though bloodied, In not
bowed -
How ever atralt may be Jhe gate.
How charged with punUhnient the
arroll,
I am the master of my fate,
I am the captain of my aoul.
W. K. Henley
THE HOUSE OF REPRE
SENTAI1YES
Congress having voted itself
a liberal increase in salary might
now do a good turn for the gen
eral public by reducing the mem
bership of ,the House and there
by reduce the cost of maintain
ing that body at the same time
increase its efficiency.
When the constitution was
adopted it was provided that the
number of representatives should
not exceed one for every 30,000
inhabitanti and that until such
time as a census could be taken.
The total number of represent
atives Bhould be 65 of which
New York should have 6 and
Massachusetts 8.
The ratio it now one for every
211,877, the total membership of
the House is 435 and of these
New York has 43, Massachusetts
16, and Oregon 3.
The new schedule of salaries
will call for four million three
hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars per annum.
The body that haggled over the
increase in the meager compen
sation of postal employees and
then voted itself an increase of
ver a million a year will do well
to seriously consider the abvis
ability actually doing something
for the tax payers by reducing
the number of those who draw
the $2500 per annum increase in
salaries.
Senatorial Rules in Practice
At the very time that Vice
President Dawes was urging re
form of the rules governing the
transaction of business in the
U. S. Senate that body had be
fore it a treaty with Cuba, ne
gotiated by. the late President,
Roosevelt, in 1904, and which
had been continuously before the
Senate awaiting action since the
year of its negotiation.
THE VICE PRESIDENT
TOTHESENATE
As it !s the duty of the presid
ing officer of the senate to call
attention to defective methods in
the conduct of business by the
body over which he presides, so,
under their constitutional power,
it is the duty of the members of
this body ts correct them. To
vade or ignore an issue between
right and wrong methods is in
itself a wrong. To the perform
ance of this duty, a duty which
is partisan, a duty which is non
sectional, a duty which is alone
in the interest of the Nation we
have sworn faithfully to serve,
I ask the consideration of the
senate appealing to the conscience
and the patriotism of the in
dividual members. Vice Presi
dent Chas. G. Dawes,
Rhea Creek's
.First Settler
C. A. Rhea, the third man to
make his home in this locality,
like most'pioneer Jwys, was short
on education but he had plenty
of energy and natural ability and
made rapid progress in stock
raising, soon accumulating large
bands of cattle and horses. He
then took up sheep raising which
proved to be his most profitaple
line of industry, and became the
largest operator in the country.
He was making, money faster
than he could make use of it and
branched out into banking, mer
chandising and later matched a
lot of money against other mens
experience and opened up a large
packing plant in Portland.
In pioneer days, book keeping
was an unknown art and every
man's word was taken in lieu ot
his note and losses were unknown
but with the change from stock-
raising to farming came a new
lot of people' and a new method
of doing business. He ' had al
ways listened to the wants of bis
neighbors and helped them with
every means at his commarid and
could not refuse the requests
that came from all sides to pro
mote the new enterprizes of the
country. When he discontinued
the sheep industry he was
obliged to trust his business
management in the hands of
others and continued trying to
help others, but his fortune es
caped him in a short time .with
much more ease than it had been
accumulated.
Many of our prominent citizen
owe their success to a start se
cured through the assistance of
this pioneer who led the country
in many long years of hard
struggles and it is a sad thing to
note that one who did so much
in the upbuilding of a community
must be deprived of the fruits of
his labdr for it is well known
that he 'was ready to give with a
free hand while he was able and
must now pass through his re
maining years seeing others en
joying that which he has made
possible.
After spending most of sixty
years in the community which he
helped to develope this sturdy
citizen has seen all his children,
except Josie Jones, leave the
country of their birth, while he
now makes his home ' at Hills
boro, but Rhea creek will con
tinue to perpetuate the name of
Lum Rhea, a man who has set a
mark in the history of Morrow
County.
Docs It Pay To Advertise?
Church News
Notes of Interest to AII .
Local Denominations.
Elbert Hubbard onCe wrote:
"Advertising is simply announc
ing to the world in an effective
way where you are, what you are
and what you have to offer in the
way of human service or com
modity. All live men are adver
tisers, and the only man who
should not advertise is the one
who has nothing to offer in, the
world in the way o( human ser
vice, and such a man is a dead
one whether he knows it or not
Advertising is a legitmate and
ethical proposition. Life is too
short for you to hide yourself
awav. mantled in vnur own
modesty, and let the world hunt 11 :w A- ,n 8:uu r-
you out. Even the dead adver-
tise, for on visiting a beautiful. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
cemetery I , noticed that on
The leader of the Junior C. E.
Society next Snnday evening is
Donald Helliker.
, FrhJay evening of this . wee
the Juniors will be entertained
by Mrs. I. R, Robison.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pastor
.. Services
STAR CAR MAKES A
RECORD
A stock Star Car, touring
model recently climbed Water
man canyon grade in high. This
hill is 13 miles long has an aver
age grade of 12. percent a max
imum of 21 and a minimum of
6 per cent.
nearly every
given a list
talents and
which the dead man was
posed to have carried . in stock
lhisiswhat you call non pro
ductive' advertising from an
emotional standpoint Personally
I do not indorse it. Advertise
while you are alive and send
flowers to the man when he can
appreciate them.
marble slab was
of the virtues. Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
beautiful qualities prgyer Meeting Thurs. Evening
sup-
services
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
Pulmotor Comes to Aid
Old Doc Stork
Of
The pulmotor has succeeded
the incubator.
A baby that failed to start in
living promptly when it was
born, but was made to breathe
five minutes later by a pulmotor,
is living and flourishing today in
New York, thanks to the prompt
action of the local gas company,
The pulmotor baby is Nathan
Cohen, 995 East 173rd Street,
New York City, which lies in the
service district of the Northern
Uuion Gas Company, a subsidi
ary of the Consolidated Gas
Company. When the baby was
born, during the early hours of a
Monday morning, Dr. Israel O.
Kassow, attending phsician,
found him organically sound,
with a pink and healthy complex
ion. But his heart wasn't beat
ing and his lungs weren't acting.
Dr. Kassow tried to blow the
boy's lungs into motion and to
start respiration by working the
arms, but to no avail. He bad
almost despaired when he recalled
hearing of a baby in Chicago
Leisg born with vital powers
suspended which was saved by a
pulmotor.
He ran to the telephone, called
up the gas company office and
begged the official to respond to
an emergency. The emergency
crew raeed to the hospital with
its sireji roaring. . In a little
mere than five minutes the pul
motor was in action.
Air was forced into the in
fant's lungs and drawn out The
processes of life were awakened.
The heart began to beat feebly.
When the pulmotor was taken
away the child was able to
breathe regularly.
ENGELMAN HARDWARE
IONE, OREGON
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
quick.
ENGELMAN HARDWARE
IONE, OREGON
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor st5.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
Spring
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.
Bristow & Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. DECK, Proprietor
Real Records Are Made By
Oregon Club Members
More Oregon girls and boys
completed their club projects in
1924 than ever before, reports
H. C Seymour, stale club leade
of the college extention service
Other records were in the
number of 100 per cent clubs, in
amount of money won in scholar
ship and prizes, and in larger
attendance at the club summer
sessions at the state college.
Oregon led the 11 western
states in club enrollment with
6017. Washington was second
with 4553. Oregon club money
earned in the projects for the
year was S 19,831. 19 Club winn-
ngs in scholarships and prize i
were $4,309.25.-Dep't. Ind
Journal O. A. C.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Thoa whs ara In a "rundown" rtaAt.
lion will noU-. that Catarrh bolhara (h.m
much mora than whan thy ar In cno4
health. Thla fart provaa that whlla
i aiarrn ia a lorai aiKaaa, It la anally
taifloonoMl bjr ronntttiitlnnal condition..
.!. i tTinnn Mr.mc iNE if a
romhlnrd Treatment, both loral and In
ternal, and haa bwi aurraaful m tha
treatment of Catarrh for ovtr forty yaara.
V7 mil anJiKim,
P. J. Chanay Co Tolado. Ohio.
The Independent's phone num
ber is 62.
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
TAILORS
Suits Made To Measure
PRICE
$29.50 And Up
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Heppner, Ore.
A. D. MCMDRDO, H. D.
' Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
Heppner Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
I Eat at the v
Elkhorn Restaurant
Good Meals Best of Service
Lunch Counter
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Phone Office
Residence
HEPPNER -
Main 933
Main 492
OREGON
Drop In and loot over my
Line of WorK Shoes.
I have a good stocK oj Cloves and
Harness Supplies.
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
lone Marhet
CEO. W. RITCHIE. Prop.
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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under New Management
IONE HOTEL
lone, Ore.
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.
Farm Implements
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAULG. BALSIGER
lone, Oregon
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
INSURNCE
IONE, OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
IONE, OREGON
Clyde R.Walker,M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store.'
IONE, - . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
DENTIST
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner Oregon