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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1925)
THE IOaE DfEFBtDENT
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ot March 3. 1879
Friday Juik 5, 1925
Virtue U bold and goodness
TO A WOOD VIOLET
In this secluded shrine,
0 miracle of grace,
No mortal eye but mine
' Hath looked upon thy face.
No shadow but mine own
. X Hath screened thee from
,; the sight
Of Heaven, whosel ove alone
Hath led me to thy light.
i' Whereof as-hade to shade
Is wedded in the sun
A moment's glance hath
Our souls forever one.
John Banister Tabb
LONE TREE FARMERS
No Bond Issue for Them
A meeting of farmers was held
In Lone Tree school house last
Saturday night for the purpose
f discussing the proposed $500'
000.00 road bond issue.
Every one present was oppos
ed to the issue for two main rea
sons: 1st, that it is inadvisable
under present hard conditions to
vote bonds, thereby adding taxes
to the bresent heavy burden 2nd
that the amount aloted to this
district is insufficient to com
plete the lone-Board man road and
that in the near future another
issue will be needed to finish it
and tne others too.
; It was eontneded by many that
they were unable to pay tueir
taxes under present conditions
and that it is not only poor bus
iness to incresse them.
Others coutended that the a
mounts alloted to the various dis
tricts was merely a bait to pais
the isue for the purpose of com
pleting the highways thst lead
The meeting bassed resolutions
eondemingthe boud issue and
all drerent agreed to use their
inflnence to befeat the measure.
Spont Six yr on Novol
OtJiUre Flaubert, leader ef the
Frearb reallMle achool ef writer,
apeat eii rear la writing hla Bevel
"Madame Bovery." IU pabUcatloa la
MOT laid aim opea to accuaatieas of
iaworallty, from which be was
Visitor Why have ya people built
sack a fine aew jail?
NatlTe Why, the aherUT didn't seem
a be able to get anyone to go Site the
M eae, yea know.
Borne aaraana ara full ot wo
eeavae tor team thara la ae sar
tors A farmer akeald b marry, tkanch.
BVaeauae k aiwara ha hla har dayl
One Porfoet Homo
Jickaoa There Is room for ImproTs
saent la arery home.
Jehaeea Not In mine.
Jackson Ok I Then yea consider
your home perfect?
Johnson Oh, but w lire la aa
Why Ho Want J Story
Eminent Author Ton boaght s story
Sf mis tea years sge for 28.
Bdlter Tee, but ws haven't printed
Eminent Author Well, let m hare
fet back for I2B0. Tre got s repots
Ilea now and doa't want tm auoii it.
! Ebb Thoughts for
A." Their Sin aad Iniquities
will I ' remember bo more.
But Ju SalS UnU Him,
Follow Ue; and let tht dead
fcury tbair dead. Matt. 8:22.
The Lerd Will Give Strength
unte Hla people; the Lord will
bleee Hla people with peace.
But New, O Lord, Thoa art
our rather; we are the clay, and
Thoa our potter; and we all are
the work of Thy aaad. lea.
He Detk execute the Judo-'
meat ( the fatherleaa and
widow, and leveth the atranter,
la giving him fuod and raiment.
Fee He That lateth and
Drtnketli aawortally, ealeth aad
drlnketh damasUoa to ahaaelf,
sot dlaceralns the Lord's body.
I Oar. 11:28.
Per Oed Olveta U a Maa that
la rood la bia sight, wisdom, aad
knowledge, aad Joy: bat to the
staaers he gtvet traraU. to
gather aad to heap up, that be
may give to him that la good
before God. Thia alae Is vaalty
aad vexation at spirit Bcdes.
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMS
June 1, 1922.
M. R. Morgan,
Dear Mr. Morgan:
I am send-
rou the Eighth Grade examina
tions for June. Will yon please
appoint some one to give them
aad notify rhe following children
that they are .to take the exam'
ination on June 11 and 12:
Harry Peterson Civ. Govt,
. Fern Engieman Civ. Govt
Garland Swanson Civ. Govt
i Ellen Ritchie Physiology
Warren Cool IPhysiology.
Milton Morgan Physiology
Emerald Padberg Physiology
Dorothy Rowell Geography
Irvin Ritchie Geography.
Hasel Grabill Geography.
Helen M. Walker.
' County School Subt,
An' the way she spoke. Mrs. 'Arris,
as though I was s bit e' dirt Why, I
uouidat speak to my 'unbind the way
ah spoke to me." London Bumorlat. .
Tea Mararena were enabled t beat
water for their baths for a period ef
sis months with the 700.000 volume
they took from the great library ef
Alexandria, XgJVt, by Caliph Omaf s
orders la 040 A. D.
Do Not Trmiumit DUomto
It I poealbl for rutting from
plart Infected with aoaalc dlaeae
t produce heal iky plaata.
Everything in the line of
hardware. If we havn't
got it we i can get it
Officers electcp for the com
tag term in the Odd Fellows
Lodge at lone are: N. G. Ber
gen Leadhetter; V. G. Edison
Morgan ;Treasuer, E. J. Bristow;
Secretary, Earl A. Brown.
At the election of officers of
Bunch Grass Rebecca Lodge-the
following were chosen N. G.
Mrs. C. W. Swanson; V. G. Mrs,
Etta Howell: Secretary, Mrs. Ver
de Ritceie; T.easurer, Mrs. E. J.
, World' Create Library
The National library (IUbllotheque
National) at France, In Farla, la the
largest la the world. It was begun
with a collectioa of hooka belonging
to John D In the Fimrtreath century.
Xapoleea I greatly enlarged It
Hoot (to departinK jiu.nl) Now,
ilui'1 forget; let l your fai-e round
litre row aad again; It amine the
Smvo$ Lmuniry Bill
Orator And, friend, pieaae remem
tier that I am not a turncoat I dvn'l
change my opinion with my shirt
every tlx month I Dorfbarbler, Ber
lin. Lodge Directory
lONR LODllE Mo. 130. A.F. k A.M
Meets arery Brat and third Wednes
uf each month. W. M .. It. Waller
Hee. L. K. Dick.
. LOCCST CHAPTF.lt No. 119. O. E.
Meet the aerotwl and fourth Tue.
day ol each month. W.M.Mrs. My r
tie Walker; 8 te. Mr. Mini Diddle.
IONE LODGE No. 1S3. I. O.
MeeU every Saturday eveulng. N.
O., Kraal Youon; V. O. Bergen l.j
better; Sec. Ettrlc.t. Vrowu; Xivtti. ,
E. J. llrlaiow.
BINCH0BS8 REBEKAH No. 1
1.0. O. F. MosU the a rat and third
Thursday of each tuouth. X.U. ltuby
Engvliatin; V. O. ArvUla, Swanaoo;
Sec Verda Kltohle: Treaa, Etta Brla
tow. Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply Store
for Hsylor the Jeweler, Heppner.
Statement of the - Ownership,
Riiulred by Act of Cong-reea c(
Auguat 24, 1912, o( lone, Independent,
publlahed weekly at lone, Oregon,
(or April 1, ip-25.
Managing; Editor, W. W. Head,
Editor, Publlaber, J. V. Head, lone,
That the owner are: E. S. Acker
man, C434 ScauUu Ave., St. Lou l,
Known bouilholders. ruortRairi
and other aeroiity bolder, holding I
per cent or more of total amount ol
bonds, mortgages, or other securi
E.9. ACKERMAN, Owner.
Sworn to and aubacrtbed before
me tbla first day of April, 1025.
F. H Robinson, Notary Public.
My commission expiree 2-20-28.
YOU MAY WIN4$1,500
Urn f iH, w mtkt Ik, awl wtit aul at Ik
lMncauNM4laSM awa "TOILET M1CES
SITIIS." A WUl ! !) IN CASH ftb- will
at awaria M taaiaaiUan la Ma
GREAT WORD-BUILDING CONTEST
Saa ataaa tar clicalar an nil. AiaraM
Stltl4Laariiariai. Daaif. 4 Aaran. Illlaai
' Notes ot Interest to All
Wilow Branch Union of C. E.
Socioies held a meeting at the
Christian church in Heppner last
Tuoiday event ig. Officers were
elected and aft era short program'
fol'owed by games refreshments
wei e serveb ana the meeting ad
journed to 8 P. M. Thursday at
the Chrisoisn church in lone.
Through a misunderstanding In
reuard to date, Mr. Roy Kerrigan
who was to arrive Thnrsday wss
expected Tuesdsy and the error
was not discovered until to late
for correction hence the adjourn
The officers elected were; Pres
ident, Myra Wtils;Vice President,
Hasel Akers; Mary Crawford.Sec
retary and Miss Tucker of Lex
ington .Trea-'nrer. Committee
appointments were postponed te
a meetiug of the cabinet
Those ai attendancon the meet
ing from lone 'were Mrs. and
Miss Fsrrens.Miss Hazel Akers,
Mrs. Howell, Miss Therms Forbes
Miss Florence Shippy, Edison
Morgan, Martin Baurenfieud, W.
W, Head, Mir. Baurenfiend and
Mr. Loyd Kerrigan discussed
Thursday evening, the coming C.
E. convention at Portland.
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thura. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor st5.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thura. 7.30 P.M
HaU's Catarrh Medicine
Thoaa who ara la a "nHi-dowa" tendt.
Uo will aollra thai Catanrli bothara thm
aiurh awra than whan Ibar ara b oo4
haalih. Thla fart eraraa that whlla
CatarrH Is a local Slaaasa, H Is traaUr
lnfluane4 by comrtllullonal ronillltoM.
HALL'S CATAfiyBl MROiriN la a
Cemblnad TYaslnanL botk loca.1 a.n4 is.
Umal, sad has baan aweasaful In th
Inaimatit ef Catarrh foe ever forty year.
who vr aruvaiais.
F. S. Chaaey Ce. Totado. Ohio,
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suits Made To Measure
A. D. rXlIURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals' Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURCEON
Let us measure you for a
new BORN suit. We
guarantee a fit.
COME IN AND SEE OUR
Bristow & Johnson I
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. SUCH, Proprietor
Drop In and looK over my
Line of Worh Shoes.
1 have a' good stoeK of Cloves and
Repairing; at Reasonable Prices.
CEO. VV. RITCHIE, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited. '
t lone, Ore.
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
, cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meats In Central Oregon.
SAM GANGER, Proprietor. .
Nice Rooms. Good Service.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
: REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
Physician and Surgeon
' Office In Drug Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregon