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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Publtthed Every Frktoy by
. V. HEAD, BditatPabiaber
Una year fl.60
Six niuuthi .76
lbioa month! JM
Kutarvi) aa aecond claas matter at U
peatutttra at lone, Oregon, ondtr act
ot March 3, 1679
Friday May 16, 1925
Pleasures art like popys spread
You seize the flower, the bloom
Or like a snowdrop on a river
A moment white the gone for
TALES OF THE
TALES OF THE
Back of the beating hammer
By which the steel is wrought
Back of the workshop's clamor
The seeker nay find the thought
iThe thought that is ever master
Of iron and steam and steel,
That rises above disaster
And tramples it under heel.
The drudge may fret and tinker
Or labor with lusty blows,
But back of him stanas the
The clear eyed man who knows;
For into tsch pliw cr cater.
Each piece and part and whole
llut go the brains of labor.
Which gives the work a soul
American Machinist. '
America Still A Land of
The radical says it is not, but a
16 year-old Filipino boy, Guaden
cio R. Pinaroc, has proved that is
At the age of 13 , unable to read
or write English, he worked his
way on a boat to San Francisco,
where he secured a job as house
boy in an American family. Six
months later he secured a posi
tion in the home of a California
Assemblyman, Eugene W.Roland
in Oakland, California.
Three years after landing in
America he, in competition with
more than 42, 000 other American
boys and girls, won second prize
in the National Home Lighting
contest, being awarded a four
year scholarship in any univrsity
he may choose, s well as two cash
prizes of $500.00 and $50.00 given
by local and regional committees
of the National Electric Life
This boy is now attending high
school and is looking forward to
entering college. He believes that
the Uuited States is still a coun
try ef unbounded opportunity for
any one who is willing to pay the
TALES OF THE i
OLD FRONTIER !
B ELMO SCOTT, WATSON
A FRONTIER SAMSON
JAMKS CLKHV M a Kentmttlnn
who fuuKht with Utn. tieome
Bokws Clark In wlnninc uie
Northwest (luring the Involution.
After th war he willed near
old KiukusU on tl) MUallll.
One evenlnir In the "prlnir of
17S8 Curry end a companion named
Uvl Teel, while returning rrum n hunt ing
trip, came to the cabin of another
aettler. who wa aluent at the time,
and decided to upend the night there.
The door of the cahln win titled with
trong ban, but near the bottom. a
waa the fashion In pioneer home, 'a
hole had been cut to allow the cat to
go In and out. Just before dawn
Curry waa awakened by a noiie out
aide the cabin and UlaoovereU a war
party of 10 Plankenhaw Indiana stealth
ily creeping toward It
ti nwir faint-hearted than hla
companion, favored aurrennenng ai
onoe. hoping the Indian would apare
their Uvea If they did not otter num.
Purr rejected the promwal aoornnwy
Teel, however, went to the door, either
to oen It and aurrender or to recon
nolter, and atood with hla foot neur the
cat-hole. An Indian Instantly tnruai
a apear through the hole and pmneti
Teel' foot to the floor. nen lie m
tlnctlvely reached for the iear to
v.m it nut other lance tlaKhed hi
band until It waa helpleat
Meanwhile Curry had aprung Into
the loft to drive the Ind ana away be
fore hla companion coiUd open the
door. Ue flred three time, bringing
. r,ivin each time. Tlien he
leaned down into the room again, only
to And Teel transflied to the floor and
belpleaa. Curry Immediately reaoneu
to a deaperate expedient.
In thote daya the roofa of the
ettiera' cablna were made only of
board laid on top of the wall with
weight pole acroaa them to hold them
down. Curry again aprang Into the
Xn and by a auperhuman effort tum
bled the roof, weight polee and all.
down open the head of the aavagea
who were crowded around the door.
Their leader waa killed Inatantly and
aeveral othera badly injured. It wa
daylight by now and a the Indiana
broke fur the wood their flight wa
naatrnefl by the aharp crack of Curry'
rifle which accounted for two or three
more aavagea before they got out of
Making lure that they had left the
neighborhood, the valiant Curry, car
rylng both rlflea and upiortlng hi
wounded comrade, aet out for Kaa
task la. Teel aoun gave out entirely
and. after hiding blm In a thicket,
Curry preened on to the fort and re
turned with help In time to aave hU
By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
I4 1. WMttra H.w.p.pr vnraa l
TIM MURPHY, THE ORIGINAL
JAMKS KKNNIMOKK CH)PE1V8
"Leatheratocklng." the euper-fron-tleraiuan,
w not entirely a child ol
the novellst'a brain, for there wet
"Leathertocklng" In real Ufa and
many of hla exploit during the Revo
lution far outahone anything that
Cooper ever had hla hero do. He wa
Tim Murphy, Virginian, and he waa
th nremler aharpabooter or n.
Itanlel Morgan' riflemen who marched
north to fight Burgoyne wltn tne
worda "Liberty or Death" on the front
ot their buckukln hunting ehlrte.
At the battle of Snrntoga It wa
Murphy'e deadly aim that brought
down lienerul Kiaer, the real milium
nnini of Burgovne'a army, whone
death nroved the turning point In that
campaign. 8o perhapa It would not be
far wrong to ay that the rifle of Tim
Murnhv won the American Hevoiution.
After the 8ratoga campaign Mur
nhr wa ent to Tryon county on cout
duty and here a an Indian tighter he
won hi greatest fame. Ill name aoon
became a word of dread aiming the
Iroquol warrior, for hi fleetnea of
foot, hi daring and hla akin at ngiu-
Inz them In their own way made blm
n enemv to be both admired and
Notes ot Interest to All
By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
$. 1H, wura Mwappr Lniaa.)
WHEN COON SKINS WERE
ONCE upon time there wa an
American atate named franklin
and although It had a governor, a leg
lilarore, court of Justice and even a
tnllitla of it own, It never wa admit
ted to th Union. Inxtead It wa
branded a an "outlow atate" and
It citizen poated a "rebel and
In 1776 the aettlera In what I now
Cra Tenneeaee allied North Caro
lina to annex their land and their
requeat waa granted. But at the clone
of the Revolution the legllitire of
North Carolina ceded thin territory to
the federal government without con
ultlng the aet tier1 wiahe.
The pioneer were very ngry at
thl action and, calling a convention
In 1784, they organized a mate of their
own and called It Franklin In honor of
the great Phlladelphlan. They choe
for governor John Sevier, a leader at
the brilliant victory of King' Moun
tain during the Revolution, a inreeaa
ful Indian fighter and a nun who, un
der the nickname of "Nullchucky
Jack," wa on of the greatert heroe
of the old 8onthwet.
Although the new atate had a com
plete machinery of government, It
lacked one vital thing currency, the
llfehlood of a commonweiilth. Lock
ing both the material anil tnt-un for
producing metal coinage, evler and
hi advlter decided to make ue of
the commonest medium of exchange at
hand,. (he akin of wild animal.
The trale of value which they ea
labllahed wa coon ikina and fox ikln,
one (hilling and threepence, and
Jiwver ikln nd ntter akin, alt hltl-
Medical tetania; ay thit red
baired women aufTer le fr.wa aeriou
dlaeaaea thaa darker women. Thl I
put down to the fact that the akin of
red-haired people la uaually quicker
to funi-ilon than that of other folk.
In other worda. It ahe.l polaon more
rapidly than dark (kin.-
Terr Young Homewire But lurely
thl won't deceive the Utile thing! It'
to very plainly marked "Mouae Trap."
Opportunity 1 In r-pect of time.
In uiu ene, aa time la In reaped
to eternity ; It la the ,amall moment,
the exact point, the critical minute,
on which every good work to much
Spirituality of Ma tie
Mutlc 1 dual- In It nature; If la
material a well t plrltual. It ma
terial aid w apprehend through the
ten of hearing and comprehend
through the Intellect ; It tplrituil ilde
reacbe at through the fancy (or
Imagination, to be It muilc of Ui high
ear claai) and the emotional part of
IONE LODOE No. 120. A Y. A A M
twt.a ererr flrat and third Wetlne
f erh month. W. M. . It. W lcr
Sec. Is. V.. Dick.
UK'CST CHAt'TKR No. U. O. K
Meet the aecoml iiud fourth 1 ui
dar of eiuh nmnth. W.M. Mm. Wyr
tie Walker; Sec. Mra. Mna IHUUif.
IONE IX)IM1ENo. 115. I. O. O.
Meet every Saturday eveninK.
n Frank Younir: V. u. uergen ix-
lietur: Sec. Earle A. Urown; Twna.
E. J. Hrlatow.
Bl NCntlRASS REBEKAH No. 01
I. O. O. Y. MwU tlw Ilrat ami thl
Tlmradiiv oteach month. . N.U. Ituhy
EnirolmHn;V. 0. Arvllla Swanaon
Sec. Verda RlUlile: Trcna. Etta Brla-
The attendance at the service at
flu I Inn nVilifrtri lauf KlinilfJi
1K1 IDLtll vii w I wit iaw MMxv
morning. The occasion waa th .
preaching of the Baccalaureate
sermon to the lone High School
ass of 1925. '
Hev. E. S. Bolinger, Congrega
tional general miHsionurv for the
Ute of Oregon haa been very ill
recently but is now n cov.'ring.
The union Sunday school rally
held in the park at lone was attend
ed by representative of nearlvall
tin schools in the Willow Creek
i-trict-Among thespeakera at
the afternoon session were Pastor
A ford of the MethodUt church
at Heppner and Pastor . Head of
the Congregational church at lone
Classes from the Christian
church school of lone and from
the Union Sunday school of Hhea
Fairvicw Sunday school has dig
continued work temporarily'
The Cougregational church at
Condon has arranged for a dally
vacation Bible school under the
direction of a student of Pacific
University, who may later con
Send in the church news, please,
Tellu s and we'll tell the world.
Leave yotir watch repairing at
Swanson'a Feed and Supply Store
for Hayl6r the Jeweler. Heppner,
Statement of the Ownership,
ltMinlred by Act ot CoiigHna
AuiUt24, 1912. of lone, liideiiendcu
nnhllahed weekly nt lone. Oregon
fnr Anrlll. ltltV
Matingliig Editor, W. W. Head,
t',mr PulilUher. J. V Head, lone
t. thm nwnpra are: E. K. Acker-
... .... mxi fd-Hiilan Ave.. Kt louli
Known bondholdir. liiort(rne
and otlier tecurlty nol.leni, holding
per cent or more ot total ainonut ol
bonda, mortgages. or m,vfT mreu"
E.8. ACKERMAN. Owner.
o ..... n Miirt aulHaiTlbed lielon
.thlBrt day ot April, Hi'.
a- if itoldnaon. Notary Tutillc
My comuilaalon expire
g,YOU MAY WIN $1,500
. u.i..,lilbll0 '
"""ZJZ U - TOILET NECES
citifs" AioulelSi IN CASH ! H
... ..... m rlicidu J nilM. AddrMt
, ri.m'k. i.j. Aurora. llUa
n rami .n rAiraaaia
Let us measure you for a
new BORN suit. We
guarantee a fit.
COME IN AND SUE OUR
Bristow & Johnsonjj
IONE HARNESS M2? 1
C. A. DECH, Proprie'..r ' . Z
iiup 111 anu iooia over my
t Line, of WorK Shoes. I
f at . , i s
. i nave a gooa siocrv ol oioves and
t Harness Supplies.
I Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
CEO. W. RITCHIE, Prop.
' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
- IONE, OREGON
Every thing, in the line of
hardware." If we havn't
got it we can get it
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. H.
Prayer Meeting: Thurs. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor s 15.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
Science vi. Politiet
Sie:illl are luj aarertalnlns (be
eiart weight nf the earth, having left
to the M.llt!iant the Jot) of 0udln
ut waat I th matter wlib It. Jloro
Made To Measure
1 D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
' Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorney At Law
First National Bank Building
Heppner ' Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Table First Class. A home away from
hom. with best meals in Central Oregon.
SAM GANGER, Proprietor.
Nice Rooms. ' Good Service.
Farm Implements ,
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
, MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
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.
'ONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellow Bulldin.J