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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1925)
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published t ry Friday by
. V. HfiAO, lufit.X-Publisher
On yer ...$1.60
Six month! '...75
Thi.e tnonthi ....50
Entered as second ':i matter at th
posUifflc t lone, Oregon, under act
of Mnn-1. 0. 1S79
Friday, Apr:! 24, 1925.
I nold that it bocomlis no man
to nirse hnspair. ,
THE GOOD OLD TIMES
There is now such a frequent
recurrance of malfeasance in
office that people are often in
clined to think that these are the
worst of times and that in the
days of the fathers probity and.
honor ruled in public office.
We should remember that only
the cases in which men prove
false to the trust reposed in
them in publicity given and that
for every one of these there are
thousands who prove by their
conduct that they hold with
president Cleveland that public
office is a public trust.
It would do our pessimists
good to read the newspaper files
a hundred years airo They will
find that the idea that the idea
that public office is a private
is no new thinjr. ,
The inner side of every clond
Is prieht and Bhiningr.
And so I tnru my clouds about
To show the lining.
James Whitcomp Kiley .
The bootlegger is a dangerous
animal. No matter which hind
pocke he reaches for, a shot of
his stuff is apt to kill.
CLEAN UP TIME .
CititS and towns every where
are cleaning up the waste accu
nidation of wiuter, as spring
time spnrs the houst holder to ac
tion on the lawns anb in the gar
deno. Most small towus have their
"clinn up" weeks , a time wen all
are supposed to tidy up the premises-
the ltreets ami alleys, and
other dlaces, for health's sake as
well E3 for appearances, Condon-
needs snch a bsy or wtek, thongh
the cl.?an td stunt might well be
made a continuousjper f ormanc e.
Every consideration of civic pride
and public health shonld prompt
us to make every day a cloan-up
day until our homes,our premises
and our streets are neat and clean
Condon Globe Times
Abou Ben Adhem
Abou ben Adhem, may his tribe
Awoke one uight from a dceep
dream of peace
And saw within the moonlight
in che room,
Making it rich and like a lil)
Au angel writing ih a baok of
Exceedig peace had made den
Aud to the presence iu tae
room he said,
What wriest thou? The vision
Aud with a look made .of all
Auswered, The names of those
who love the Lord.
Aud is mine one? said Apou,
Nay not so,
Redlied the angel. Abou spoke
Bnt cheerily still, and said,
pray thee then
Write me as one who loves hi
The angel wrotand vanished.
The next night
He came again with a great
Anb showed the names whom
love of God had blessed
And lo! ben Hdhem's name led
all the rest.
Bert Palmeteer finished plow
ing April 17.
K. E, Harbison and wife were
visiting with the Ely family last
James Ha rdesly finised work
ing for Mrs. Wagner last Wed.
Morgan people are all rejoicing
over the nice rain of this werk.
Mrs. Wiggllesworth' Mr. Ed.
wardsand Nr.Hardesto and wife
werd visiting with Mrs. F. Pet
tojohn last week.
Mr, Pettyjohn is recovering
from the flu.
Nrs. Ben Morgan and children
are quite sic with the flu.
Mr. audMrs. Eubanksof lone
wore calling on 'Mrs. Hardesty
! alt Sunday. ,
Geraldine was sick last week
iu.l was triable to attenl s.-ho3
School Supt. Helen Walker vis
ited Morgan school last Friday
The Morgan school teachers
were calling ou the N. E, Petty
john family Friday evning.
E' Morgan and wife of Broad
acres were doing business in Mor
gan on Suuday last.
Bod Balcom of Umatila was In
irjrn lau v m '
Jack Wagner, of Four Mile was
callingjon friends in Morgan last
John Gray and family of Four
have moved back to their creek
ranch near here.
H, O. Ely and family spnt Sun
day with Mrs. Esther Baurefiend
James Hardesty an son called
on A. Cogswell Sunday morning.
Brt Palmateer and Earl Mor
movd Mr. Palmateer's 'cat oyer
to Farl Morgan' place, Thty have
adout three hunbreb acres to plow
ine real enemies of the courts
iu this country are uot anarcnists
The real enemies are tha techni
calities of procedure thake a la w
snit a sporting event petweeu op
posing attorneys insteap of an en
terprise to see that justice is done
Kansas City Star
United States Far in Lead
The United Stuten currie more lift
InMininre than all the rent of th-'
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior'
U. S. Lanb Office at The Dalle?,
Oregon' April Id, 192o.
NOTICE Is Hereby Given
that Charles A. Hanson' of lone,
Oregon, who on, June 19, 1920.
made Homestead Entry No. 0211
IS. forEi SWi. Section 7' Town
ship 2 South.IlUnge 23 East, Wi
iaiiette Meridian, ha3 file notic;
of intention to make final three
Poof, to establish claim to the
land above pescribed, before Gay
M. Anderson, United States Com
raissioner, at Heppner, Oregt n
on the 20th day of June, 1922.
Claimant name3as witesses:
J. W. Stringer, Frank Young
Rufus Farrensand Cecil Sargent,
all of lone, Oregn.
J. W. Donnely.
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
ABLE NOT CURA
BLE At least fonr-fifths of deafness
can be prevented it proper
treatment is instituted at the on
set of the trouble. A gradual
and increasing impairment of
hearing demands immediate
attention. Any ailment of the
ears if not guarded against or
corrected may lead to a lasting
and progressive limpairment of
the hearing. The grevalence of
deafhess in the United States is
appalling. There are over one
million deaf persons - in this
country and the majority of them
become deaf during childhood.
One out Jof every ten school
children has 'defective hearing.
Many persons are socially and
economically incapacitated by
deafness. Deafness is increas
ing and active steps are neces
sary to conserve hearing. Ore
gon State Board of Health.
The Independent's.phcne num
ber is 62.
IONE LOlXiK Nd. 12a. A P.&A M
Meet every llrnt mitt tlinl WimIjh1
nfeiii'li month. V. M. . II. Vnlr
See. L. K. Dick.
I.ntXST C lIAl'TKIi No. O. K.
Mrt-te the mroml niul fourth Tin
tiny of melt month. ,V.M, Mr. Myr
tle Walker; See. Mr. Mini lllilclle.
IONIC LOIMiK No- 1-Vi. I. O. O. F.
Mtvtn every Saturday A-eiilng. N.
U., Friink Young; V. (J. Her en l.c
U'lter; See. Kurle A. lirowu: Treiw.
E. J. UriHtow.
llt NCIIUItASS :I:BKK AH No. 81
I. (). O. F. Meet the firnt and third
Tliurndity ofeiu h nionth. N.(i. Itutiy
Kiigi-linun; V. !. Arvllla Smuiihoii
Sec. Veniii KlUhie: Treiw. Ettil Brln-
Leave your watch repairing at
Sv.anson's Feed and Supply Store
for Hay lor the Jeweler. Heppner,
Statement of the Ownership,
Iti-qulred liy Act ot CoiiRniui ct
AiiUiwt 21, !'.l!2. of l.me, liideMtidelir,
litiliilNlied weekly lit lone, Oregon
for April 1, Ite.
M.-iiiiiKliij; F.dltor. W. W. Henri
I'.iUtor. t'lllillHher, J. . Ileail, lone,
Tlmt the owner lire: K. S. Acker
in. Hi, til.'U Scuiiliiu Ave., St. I.iiulf,
Known lioiiclholrierH. iiiortiriii(ii-a
mid other M-eurity liol'lyr. holiliui; i
n r cent or more of totM miioiuit of
lioiid, tnortKiiKeH, ir other ,wvurl-tli-n.
i:. S. A(.'Ki;itIAN, Owner."
Sworu to mid Nulwriled iM-fore
me tliU tlmt riny of April,
F. II Itoliluxon, Notary I'lililli'.
My commiAxioti explren 2-i-2s.
YOU M Y WIN $1,500
II via rt Mf to mta th mMl wn'ii aut At th
lll i canlaintj in ih worjt 'TOIIXT NtCtS
SITIES." Atulot( IN CASH prim MI
bf wir.lj to compvlitnrt In thlft
t.KIIAT-WOWl) Hl'II.OINii CONTI.ST
Sni tmp tor circular and rules. AiJrtft.
ShtftiiM ' I borrlM. Dipt. it. Aurori. Illinois
Notes of Interest to All
The ladies of the Baptist
chuNh will h.' vo a May day sale
ut the Hart is I milling, on Satur
day, May 2.
' TheThursdi y evening praver
meeting nt tjlu Christian church,
will be led by Mrs. Bryson.
Miss Mary Franks leads the
C E.' meeting at the Christum
church, next ounday
Dorcas Society will hold a so
cial gathering :n the church par
lor, Thursdav afternoon, April CO.
Icecream ind.cake will be
served find a charge of 15c a
plate will be made.
The rtvoluf )i.ary period had
its WashingU i and Franklin,
but it had also its Arnold, Gates
. The State Association of Cong
regational ci urches meets in
Oregon City, May 5 and C. Tire
local church will provide lodging
and break fat: for all pastors and
delegates in attendance.
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M. and S;00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
SiKiday School 10:00 A. M
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST LA .'TIS. CHUttCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor sto.lM P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
"Bis Ben" Heard by Radio
l.cinili.n'R fnmooB i-lo.k "!lg Hen."
iii h hi rn Ili a r 'I tu rielli) in l:irm-o, lit
i (tlientice of lit.ooo mile.
Flyina Over Himalaya
A nucrciHfitl re unnitiftxiiiH'e IHkIh
OM'f the I!1miiI:i.i kIvch prnluUe of
eiirvevli - it. I nm)ln; the nm;e nt
Iciiih nf liie e-iKt Involved ly uiiy ullu-r
Mi-ilinil mliniistH my llmi red
hnlreil niiinrii m:!1.t lemi fri.l.i hcriiMI
(lIsiii-M-ii thliu ihirLer womi h. 'ihl I
pet iluun tn the f.irt Unit tlx n'.ltl of
reil ln:iri'l pe,ipl,. K uMiully (pHekei
tu function Hum tlmt A oiln-r folk
In oilier urn-lilt. It nhfilit pouiih more
niM.lly tliaii :i tt.irk Hkln.
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And , Up
1 D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic RuilJing
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner -: Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Hank Building
Heppner - Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
, Eat at the
Good Meals . Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Phone-Office Main 933
Residence lain 492
Let us measure you for a
new BORN. suit. We
guarantee a fit.
COME IN AND SEE OUR
! BristowS Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHOP :
C. A. DFXIl. Proprietor t
Drop I n and looK over my ,
X ' Lino of WorK Shoes.
I have a pjood s:
Repairing at Reasonable Prices. J
WIioIcmIc and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
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. GooJ Service.
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
cK of Gloves and
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
HEPPNER - - OREGON