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the ione independent
Published Every Friday by
f, V. MUD, i:1it-Publhher
On yM lw
Six month .;.....76
!!. month .'. .....60
teied ft cond ' 'us nmttar at th
pottoffic t Iom, ""gon, under act
of Mim-li 1ST9
Friday Jul. 3,1925
Count that day lost, whose low,
Sees, at thy hand no worthy
THE NEW TODAY
Pete Fussinfret cannot forget
The "good old bygone days";
He views with very muchregret
All moderns aud their ways-
Hehasuotimeforworkitseemsrraining Camp at Camp Lewis!
Hit mind is never free; . ly the following citezena who
He only sits and dreams and will devote one month towar.l
dreamt levmiiMncr tha Icnnurloilire nf thf
Of days that used to be.
Jim Killjoy ia a loafer, too
He's always feeling very bine
About the days to come;
He fears that earthquake, fire ,
Will wreck the world tomorrow;
Tbus he can only sit andbrood
While such old fuddy-duddies
About our tasks we hurry,
For in our lives there is no
For past or future worry;
The partis closed - our futures
Depend on present action;
For workers, in each NEW TO
There's hope and satisfaction
WARREN B. JENNINGS
' NATION'S JATAL DAY
On: hundred and fortnine
years have passed since the rep
resentatives of thirteen colo
nies until thai time under the
tutelage of Great Britain sol
emnly declared that the Colo
nies were and of right ought to
be free and independent statej
and, to the achievment of that
their fortunes and their sacm
One hundred and fortynire
years have seen thirteen feeble
colonies devlope into a nation
composed of fortyeight states.
Tnen confined to the Atlantic
seaboard, now the natiou forms
an imperial dominion on which
the sun never sets.
We Americans are justly
proud of the record of the one
hundred and fortynine years
that have passed since the 4th
day of July, 1776. We show
that pride by pulic assemblage
aud by speech and song com
meorative of the glorious past
and. if s mighty dead. These are
the symbols of patriotism. But
in truth we glorify the past and
honor the fathers only by ser
' vice in the present and by wor
thy aspirations for a greater
and happier Republic yet to be
UNIVESITY OF OREGON
Eugene, June 15 (Special)
Gifts and pledges representing
a value of more than $800,00)
nave been received by the Univer
sijy of Oregon for the year 1924
25. Acknowledgement of tl e
gifts, which include money, lane,
books and equipment and gifts
to the art museum, was made at
the University commencement
exercises today ' by Governor
OREGON HASMANY BEES
Although Oregron has 100,000
ilonies of bees 10,000 beekeeper
and $1,500,000 Invesfed in bees I
a:id beekeepinst equipment, many
carloads of honey are importeb J
iiitothe state annualy. The statu
is capable of supplying enough
h.mey to meet the demands of j t
immediate consumption and still I
h we enouuh remaining , to cup
blant all of the syrup and mucli
of the sunnr now used in the
Citizen Military "Training Camp
(Release Sunday June 28, 1925;
J Camp Lewis. Wash.,
County is repersented
at this year's Citizns, Military
Heppner: Francis M. Becket,
Gerald L. Slocum, James U.
Thomson, Marvin It. Wightman
The stand of clover obtained
on the experiment station fielJs
has been improved 50 per cent
by the use ol lime on the poor
and. Through a drouth, lime
especially helps the young c!ov.n-
and gras? to survive succe?sfuHy.
The middle Oregon Babtitt
association in session last week at
Fossil lined up with W. J. Bry;.n
in his stand against evelucioi,
nost Babtist being strong fun
Jamentalists. The association
closed 8e?sions Sunday nighr.
Elder A. S. Simmcns of Nw
Pine Creek presided as moderator
Chas.' Jackson of Mitchell was
Jlerk andElberU. V. Duling,
Jadras is treasurer.
The miser and the glutton, two
acetous buzzards: one hides his
tore and the other stores hishi le.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S.
.and Office at The Dalh s. Oregon
HH9.17. lOiS.Netk-tf Ih hereby given
lint Xell Dulierty of Icxlngtun,' )re.,
. ho, on July N, H)Ju.iiuiIe lioiiitut iul
:ntry, No.ors.yi4. for the EJ, 'Keetloo
, Tow nxhip 2 - North, Itn tiu . ;4
not, WlllumetU! Meridian, lias filed
otlee of Intention to liiiike final
liree year I'roof, to eetabllHh elaiin
f) the land above rieticrlhed, before
:ay M. Audorxon, Clerk ofCiniilt
'ourt, lit Heppner, Oregon, oii the
rd day of AugiiHt.I'Ji.'i.
('laliuuut name an w-lttiesfe:
;d Mc Diule of I-xlngtoii, Oregon,
Vm. Koherty, of Islington, Oregon,
Inhnn Tr'ilnon. of lonp, Oregon,
f)an Mc Devil, of lone, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly
J .M, duly 24
IONE, OREGON '
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
M 1 1 1 I M H I I I I I I I I I I I
Bible Thoughts for
When Chrlit, who la our llfc, I
shall ppenr, thun ilmll ye lm
ppenr with lllm In glory. I
Col. 3:4. ' ,
f Thou Shalt Alio Decree thing.
I 'end It ihnll be esttibllihed Into
thee: iind the llttlit Rluill iliine
upon thy ways. Job 22:28.
Surety Goodn.aa and Mercy
f shall follow mo nil the dny o(
I my life : ami I will Uwrtl In thw
houw of the Lord for evr.
f P. 2n :!.
And If I Go and propnro a
f place for you, I will f'im agn.
and rooelve you mito ji.aoir;
y that wbeiv 1 am. ihi're ye may
te also. John 1-1:3.
The Lord Knoweth How to de
liver the godly out of tempta
tion, and to reserve the unjimt
mto the day of Judgment to be
punished. II I'cter 2:9.
The San of Man shall send
forth 111 annel. and they alinU
gather out of III kingdom all
things that offend, and tlicm
which do Iniquity. Matt 13:41.
And They Shall Be Mine, snlth
the Lord of Hosts, in that day
when I make up my Jon-el ; and T
I will spare them, a a man
spareth hi own son that (vrvetli
him. Mul 8:1T.
trtu.a rATlRHH MKOICINK will
to what wa claim l r It-rUI ye.ir aystrm
of Catarrh or Lua.awa cum4 by
' 'mTiTl.. catarrh MF-mnxfj eon-1
,l,t, o( an Olnimrnt whkh Qul lly
ltsllms tha catarrhal inflammation, and
tha lntrnsl Ml. a Tonic w huh
.... ,h,,i.-h ih. m.vut on tha Murone
Furfac. thus rc.icnn noma. nd"
Po ' tr amrslats rof orer tm
F. J Chancy to..
IONK I.ODOK No. 120. A K. A M
Meet every flrMt nnd third Wedii. s
ofeach mith. W. M. . It. WaUer
Sec. L. K. Di' k.
LOCUSTCH Al'TEP. No. HO- V
Meets the Meconil and fourth Tin
.'r of ench month. W.M. Mm. Sl. r
tie Walker: -e. Mra. Nlni HldiU' .
IONE I.ODO E N ' 1
lu..t ..v..rv KiitnrilflV evelllliK. X
O., frank Youu ; V.U. Iiergen l.j
bttr;Sec. KurloA. lirown; Tre.isj
E. J. Brletow.
Ul.Xi riOIlAS.S ItEBEKAH No. -i
I. O. O. F. Meet the limt anil third
Thiimdiiy ofeach month. KM. I'uUy
Entp'lmun; V. i. Arvlllii Kwmmoii;
S.-C. Verdii UlUhle: Trea. Ettu Bi '
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply Store
for Haylor the Jeweler, Heppntr.
YOU M Y WIN $1,500
fyobUlomktthfm,l wit .ul .1 th
Uittn Mtulnt4 la th ott$ "TOILET NECC5
SITIES." Atoulol$io IN CASH prtiM
H (warld to eonpatliort la tMl
CHEAT WOKD BUILDINO CONTEST
Saul lump (or elrculir and ruli. A44r. i
SillltUUbwiiorlti. DtpiH. it.t Aurora. Illlno
GAME ON NATIONAL FOREST
Over 667.000 lieud of big game
rnimnls mal e there home on
Uncle Sam'f 1"9 Nationul Foront
thi9 is the estemute frr 1021,
mude by the forest rentiers ol
t eU.S. Forost service. Of course
t!iera may Ik 087,051-the rangers,
t iiln't count them, bnj these
are out in th hill and tin ii- esti
mate la a litt'e better thun any
one else's. .
Compared with th' previnub
'year, the U.S. figures show an
increase of about, 41,000 heaii
ifter due rilowance is made fir
41,326 ht ad tf bear which wen
rut included in the eatematcs- ot
formar year.) but which, ure in
cluded in tin. 1921 entemates.
Notes ol Interest to AH
. Thd Bas list church is veceiv
ing a coat ol paint this week. ,
The Prayernieeting Committees
of the local Endeavor Societies
will socn be issuing a new list of
topics an'd L-aderi
Pastor Pendleton of the First
Congregational church of Condon
has resigned to accept a church
near Portland,. His successor
Condon comoa from Idaho.
Mrs. Frank Engleman, who i
now vibitin;; in Portland, txpect
to attend tl World's Christian
I intre IS nuraiy any man ou
i wicked Lut 'that he respect
v;rflle (or tha proteCll'Jil It
I oiinorM! niDlTTOUV
, CHUKCU IJlKM, 1 Ui
. cONGRl.G.vriO.:.L CUUUCH
Uev. W. W. HEAD.
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P.
FII13T CHRISTIAN CIIUllCH
Sunday Sehool" 10:00 A."1 M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00 A M. ani 8:00 P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CUUrtCil
Sunday School at 1G.00 A. M
Junior bmleavor 6o.6) r.ai.
Prayer meeting; Thurs. 7.3J P.M
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And Up
' Satisfaction Guaranteed
1 D. MCMURDO, E D.
Physician and Surgeon
OlTice In'PIascr.lc puildir.-;
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Puildinn
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. .Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
HAK v ES T aW'
Then conies, wheat hauling.
Let us supply you with a John
Decrc waggon. Wcalso have
a good line of groceries, dry
goods and shoes.
YOURS for SERVICE '
-"' a i - - - - 1 'i
Bristow & Johnson I
C. A. DECll. Proprietor
, Drop In and looK over my
j 1 have a good : tocK of Cloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
CEO. W. RITCHII2, Trop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under New Management
. 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 Rboms. Good Service.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
SJ5E ME BEFOKET11GFIKE
' H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the" Courts
L IONE, OREGON.
of WorK Shoes.
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice in Drug Store.
IONE, .. OREGON
Dr. F. E. Warrior '
Offlce: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregon