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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1925)
Mr. Frank Sloan, a sheep mar
of Stanfield was a Lexington vis
itor the first of the week.
Ed Copenbtver le't this week
far Bend where he expects t
find employment in the sawmills.
Mrs. Wallaci Jones and childter
returned horn, on Friday last
from a six weeks visit with rel
atives at Newberir.
Mrs. Letch Mc Millan and Mrs.
Laura Scott returned on Month?
Mn Charles Shurte of Herp-
nfr was visitippr in Lexintn on
The Senior play given in Ihi
Lexington high school auditorium
last Friday eveng was a decider
i a .cess. A lare crowd was in at
tendance and the acting was of
a high order.
Wolves Stick Together
Ernest Thompson Setou In Ms book
on Northern animals says that wolves
an the most soolnble of beast of
prey. They cuther In bunds or iiuck
during winter months chiefly for t
pnrpose of rendering to each othe.
Much Football Literature
Football li represented In Ureal
Britain's periodical literature by
about fifty publications; tonic ol
which are issued the year round and
others during the season only.
Seems a Little Unfair
At the bate of objection to Jury
-ervtc Is the perhaps selfish feeling
hat on doesn't want to glte up lih
ilme because two other persons didn't
choose to Debate.
I nr f ,flm
Kodak as you go
You don't need to join a club or buy a
license or change your clothes to have the
fun of picture-making. It's just part of
every day's doings. Get your Kodak out.
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up; Brownies
Ji.oo up a complete assortment. And an
interested salesman to show them to you.
The famous Yellow Box film in your size.
Developing and printing that you '11 like.
The KODAK Store
Why not visit Zion
National Park, the
Wonderland 1 n.
this Summmrf Ask
(or booklet In nat
ural colon, which
gros cornpleta in
formation 00 n
Cincinnati . . . .
CaH us by phone and let us make all your arrange
snsnta. Costs no more and will save your valuable time.
J. W. Howk, Agent, lone,
S. Edwards visited with Jame
riardesty's family last Thursda)
and treated them to a nice mes
jf fish. James Hardesty aocom
)anied Mr. Edwards to lone.
S. Ed wars left for Corbet oi
Thnrsday for another load of fish
if you waut fish, jnst hoi up Mr.
Mrs. Misner and daughter and
and Mr. and Mrs. PaJberg of lone
were calling at the Willow Cieek
rWtry Farm last week after
Mogan people enjoyed the coo
ipell of weather and the rain last
veek after the severe heat and
Franklin Ely finished plowtng
Bert Palmeteer and wife accom
panied by H. 0. Ely, wife and
tirls. took W. F. Palmeteer to
Arlington last Sunday. Mr. Pul
meteerii leaving for a vacation
Mr. and Mrs. H. j Streetei
tnd Mrs. Streeter's father Mr.
llorey, were calling on the Har
testy family Saturday evening.
' Mr. and Mrs. Harbison attend-
ji church in lone last Sunday.
Mrs' Mc Murray, Mrs. Low.
ir.d Mrs. Bowers were in Morgan
Dull Old Highway
Kconom.v may lie the road to sue
.s, but most of us prefer detours.
b effect dally S.tw.sts
May 22 and Sept. IS
New York.. , .
Compondinj fan to oth Important osntars
Final return limit October 81, 1925. Liberal stop
over privileges going and returning.
A side trip to Yellowstone at small additional
cost wilt aliord the experience of a life time.
The women, a Relief Coida ol
.ieppner arranged a ptriotic pro
rramme for the last meeting ol
.he d' T. A., a featurr of which
was the preseutatiou to the hitrl
theol, on behalf of the W. R. C.
f a framed copy of the. Oregoi
flan Law The prest ntation speed
aa mabe by Mrs. Jean Oilman
Mrs. Olive Frye, Mrs. Johi
Whitman of Ueppner and Mrs.
vVilliam Ayers all of Sans Souc
Rebecca Lodnte of Ueppner, wil
iccompany will BoeoaiOuny Wm,
MciDuf fy of Willow Lodge, I. 0.
0, F., as delegates to the Rebec,
ca coiiventiou at Ashland next
weee, leaving Sunday.
Girl Reserves to the number of
iJ uu 17 buy bcuuia presenteo
iroup exercises in a very effect
ive menner at the last P. T. A.
mating. The girls were undei
ghe direction of Miss Flizaboth
Phelps and the boys were led by
Mrs. Sarah Mc Namer took her
mother, Mrs. Rogers over to Pres
cott, Sunday. ' Mrs. Rogers will
visit there for a month or so. ,
Toere are only three G. A. lil Vet
erans in HepDner now. One ol
thtse' Mr. Williom Ball, was pres
ent when the VV. R. C. prese'.t
the high school with a copy oi
the Oregon Flag Law.
Why Not Full Time?
The next time you see a sale of airs
It'll come In luinily to know that no
jiuliltlous niHii, working In miare time
'or thirty yenrs, can chop ftaoT eont
of kihmI anil annex some 40,000 flltliy
dollura. (itmd Hardware.
Cord of Wood, 96,?00 Paget
About itl.t pases of onllnurr pn-
per in u y he niaile from one cord of
Billioni in Motort
Something over $."siiusi,ii !
Invested In the passenger cur bruiHli
nf the motor vehicle business.
Water Quickly Evaporated
Approximately T.tMi.iMi tons of
fresh water flow diilly Into Hie Ie:i.
sea, which hus no outlet. Merause
this fresh water Is 'Immediately evap
orated the bright of the . level Is
Fatal to Friendship
No niun ever forgltes ou niter yo
are forcel to pay the note you lnilirse!
f him. ItiN-hester Times L'ttlon.
When Tipping May Stop
Tipping can he ubsnlutely atiMipe..
when everyhoily Ik perfectly autlstlei
to be treuleil no better than anyhod;
else. lioston Clobe.
Earth Nature's Tomb
The earth, that is autuiVs mother
Is her toinh. Shukespeore.
Makes Strong Piper
f'aroa Hber, used h) the nntlves ot
Itrazll for fishing nets, muy be made
Into paper of ijnu'i;il strength.
run n i a -v. w . 'sj -v tr a, , m -i saw
l li IV "i V liWX.WNX
I 1 11 H X .m T aI. "X. " "-.
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CECIL NEWS ITESr
Mrs. JacK ilynd of "Butteby
,''lats", has) been spetding a few
uys wilu Mi. ana Airs. Chut lie
ly nds at " Hie Piues", Ukia, Ore.
E. Ory of La Granule, state
.cale msptctor was making hib
ttiiiual iou..u at Cftii iii.s vm.vi.
Father Cuntwell, ot Ueppner.
wasvisitii.. with Mr, and Mis.
lOlin Mc hnly re at "Killurney '
.uring the past week.
Mrs. L. L.Funk and daughter
A.oo uuttiuiiiK, ot '"Hie (Jurlin
Collage" wute visiting Mrs. Koy
cl. Siendei , c "Seldoinsveii1, on
An. and ..Irs. George Krebs ol
"i ne Lasl ldmp" were the guekts
jt ftl . and Mrs. M. Van Sci.oiaik
it Arlington on Tut Pay.
Wiilittiii t aler ana wile of the
me u' tea on Monday lor
Attila Wall. .
howttt4 .lardesty of Morgan
iccompank i by Noel btreeter
iia Harvey Medlock of Cecil, ei
parteilor the hills for a lew
n uiaon S.urJay but trom me
i it ot their lui.ch buckets one
lwhlhavt thcgiit they were
icviri'g lor a month or more.
Chimney Waite It Checked
Mnxt nf Die old fiishlowed furnaces
md imtiiy of the luler dealitna lost t
urtte percenuite of their heat thmuith
he chimney. Kliitrlcal eiiRlneers ars
tow bcL'Innli to cheek the waste wllli
lew devices. To Hate they have au
iwded In i nivertlni! Into eAergy US
tier cent of i ne liciit units of the fuel
In Time of Trouble
i 'I ilili i ii iiihI maids are frequenUy
i ii liiK III ii n emergiMtcy, and a dl
I't tniy hi nt: over the telephone with
ho immt'K, ndilrmaea and telephont
imilu-r of the f u nilly physician and l
ii' -iitute, the nearest tire hot, the no
he itHllon. the family pantor and ths
nislnens plucn of nil employed mem
iem of t'ic fuml'y will sometimes
ivtrt n trnf'1 'jr.
One's Duty to Humanity
The greater! gMd a limn can do Is
to cultivate himself ami develop hu
power In order that lie limy he of
greater service to humanity. Mur--liiill
They are si'tllng phonograph record"
to be playi-d while use perforins re
ilnelng exerrliea. The " meloilr, oi
course, Is, "Oh, Listen to the 1'unt !"
There are no fewer than six cut he.
trills and one Ir.irgh In Scollond w hh h
can In lll.'il lay jlnlm to "no yean of
Just a Little Question
I. Illlc Kiuly (vlklllng the farm)
t'nele James, why does Hint nig wear
a ring In her nose) Is she en'agi-dT
Death's Great Gifts
li-alh gives us sleep, etertiul yonth,
ml i 1 1 1 n i r 1 1 1 1 i t -. Itirhter.
II I D III Ii i u.nlissi
Don't put it off.
miiKtv tx)or economv to
w v a) of
postpone painting or varnish
2, whether it be the inside
floors and woodwork or the out
side exposed surfaces. What
wear and tear are doing on the
inside, rot and rust are doing on
the outside slowly pulling
down the value of your property
through surface neglect.
To put point and varniidi on beforsj it la
needed, and not after, is true economy.
Damage is under way just as soon as the
surface is broken down, which is often before
you realize it.
Buy good paint - it's cheapest
Cheapest because it protects the surface
better, lasts longer and goes further.
Rasmussen Paint and Varnish Products ars mad
In one of the finest paint factories in ths United
j7",h ',, ' Northwest. They ars
"1 ki i "Pe,t "ko have an intimate knowlsdge
of Northwest climatic conditions a knowledge
gained through many years of actual contact with
The strict maintenance of Rasanussen Quality
governs every step in the making of these paints
nd Tarnishes from tha first selection of the lead, '
oil, and other materials, to tha final sealing and
labeling of ths can.
t FL" 1,8 k"" l"'"' ,h,, Rmussen Purs
Faint ws add our guarantee to ths manuJacttu
tM Bring your paintiag problems to, us.
Notice For Publicalion
Ucpitrtment of Hie Interior, tJ, .
Lund (llli ut Tim Pullon, Oregon,
April Int. 1U'.'.'.. "
NOTICIC la llendiy Olven flint
t'linrlca A. llmiMon, o( lone, Uri'mni,
who mi, J tine 111, Ill.M, ttiHilo Itoino
sleiiil Ktitpy No, IC'IIH, for K.
SW'X, W'J Si:, Modioli 17, Township
Hotltli Iliiiiite 'ill DiiHt, Willamette
Mt'l-lclliill, Iiiin filed notice of lliten-
tlou to imiko limit threw year proof,
io cstnlillsli claim to the land Hoove
Icacrlticd, before (luy M. Andcraim,
I 'ill led Stales CoiiiiiilsMliiiier, lit
Ueppner, Oregon mi the .'Otli day of
Clalnunit tiiiiuea. as witnesses:
I, w. riu-liwr. 1'rniik Yointu
Ktifua Karreiis ami (Veil Nurgetit,
all uf lone Oregon.
J, W, llonnely.
Visit, for 80 Miles
The most powerful electric search
light In the world, with a normal
range of more than AO miles, Is In ope
ration on Mtalen Islnml, New York.
It Is part of the equipment of Ibe
( lilted Slates lighthouse service. On
a clear night the beacon lias been
reported as visible In Philadelphia,
more than M tulles away.
Sickness Protects Game
Sleeping sickness and malarial fever
III perpetuate big game In AYrlc
the realisation has been forced on
hunters that they cannot defy microbes
wheu they Invade the haunts of the big
When you come to know that your
fuel is almost gone.
It pays investigate fuel prices at
'I HE FARMERS.
When you are in
Fanner's Elevator Co.
i 11 ' Vs i ' -r
Cut Machinery Cost
The man who (eaves his machines in the fields is pay
ing, by depreciation, for an implement shed, but not
getting the shed.
You can cut your machinery cost in half by prolong.
Ing its life anq usefulness. You can double the life o
an Implement by putting it under cover as soon as you
are through using it
The cost of an implement shed to protect $2,000.0
worth of machinery is only a fraction of that sum.
We have many excellent implement shed plans to sho
you, and ws hive thj right itnterla! to build Just the
kind and sizj building you require. Do not make the
mistake of building before you examine our up-to-date
mplement shed plans, we will be glad to have you ca
nd examine them, whether you are building now orl
10 AT 0. A. Ci
Oregon Agricultural Colldge lias
has a gradrtating class of 530 this
year. lone is rcpreseted in the
class by Thomas J. Davidson who
is mujoring In mechanical engin
In front of the apartment houses In
Hptuilah cities it Is no unusual thing
tu see three young men sliimllns shlo
by side In. the street, looking up anil
pouring out Impassioned protestations,
each to a girl on a different floor.
All Lost Without Pilot
The pusslons are the winds which
urge our easel forward, Had tin
reason Is the pilot which steers It.
Tb vessel could not advance without
ihs winds, and without the pilot tr
would be lost.
A Good Time
for the Inde
need of fuel at reas-