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'i VOLUME XIV
IONE, OREGON, FRUJAY, JULY 17, 1925
JAMZS VrHITOOMS RILEY
he little red ribbon,the rthtf
and the rose! .
Thesummertinie comes and
me summertime Sqes
Am nrvej fckSssom nail of the land
Aswhttea die gleam of her Deckorahjj hand!
big winter month5, and the glare
' ' . , . pftnejnovw;
ThebruerednbbOT.trtfnng; and hV rose!
And txyexa$mmeT of sun in the akies
As bright as the light of her glorious ejesl
"pyAMS onjyr are true; but th& fade
rorhCTface ts notiieievSIwakenatdavfn;
The lirfle red ribbon, the img and the rose
Mheanji fiersor the dream repose.
1am wary of warting.and weary of I
And HQ heart wearies, too, all In
Moanino cw He one pnj$ song that il knows. j
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LOCAL NEWS NOTES
One portable grain elevator
See Or L. Barlow
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Wherever You Live
)il Cookstovcs Are
CTyou want cool kitchen
AJ n summer, in au rouAd,
year-'round cookstov with BO
(re to tend use a good oil
cookstov. It will help soKe
your cooking problem by making
your cooking "city eat! No nutty
fires to tend no fuel or tehee to has
simple noiseless ufil
But be mn to um Pearl Oft ft
Ptdrl Od il rt ikon "Just ktmrnf.
It it refined and re-refined by our
ipecial p roc cm to it awf corrode
coobtovet or heater! will g" yo
nothing but absolutely odorless, in
teiue flame disc's all itotf Insist oa
clean-burning Pearl Oil ask fix k
by mam I" P E A R L O I L".
STANDARD OIL COMFANT
wmm a. r "tr
At condition now are, there lis.
but one way for me to bo business
and that is to netl for cash.
It takes cash, to buy stock and
cash purchases force cash lalei.
Geo. Ritchi t
Ice crcom will be served at the
Congregational Church parlor.
Thursday afternoon, July 23,
beginning at 4.00 p. m.
Charlie Christopherson us
tained a fire Ions Friday of about
$1,000.00 when 1800 sackr, twine
drapers and blacksmith tools
were burned at noon. Mr. Chris
topherson was not at home 1 1
the time the fire occjred and at
the time of going to press was
not informed as to the origin of
the fire. There was no insur
ance. Bert Mason who has( been in
Portland in attendance on the
Elks Convention returned to lone
Thursday. Mr. Manon reports a
great assemblage of Bills and en
thusiasm at high tide.
A 20 car Irainioad of sheep,
valued at $45, C00, and consigned
to Chicago, passed down the Hep
pner branch R. U. Friday morning-Anyone
abcut the "Women of the Ku Klux
Klan" write to box 127 lone, Ore.
! I The first carload of 1925 wheat
tf go out on the Heppnet Branch
eras shipped to Portland, Thun .
day, the lGlh ins'., by the Indt
pendent Warehouse Co. from the
lone warehouse, '. ' ' ;
?'fhe flrjjt caTload o' the season
came from the ranch of DigU
Minner who hai shippe'd th' firt
CHrlobd of the 8 aaon for six coi
WritE To WATER-JJSER
Any one spririKlinif without m
permit itii ued tur that pur;ost,
or spriiiklmg other than il.e lim
sett'y urdinancf. are viuutinj
the law, and are no, on.y b-jeit
to a fine, tu: their water wi:l
beshuti'if withowt notice. '
City Recorder :
It'sManagement that' The Itland ef luU CaUlkM, l1n
eff the eeait of eoothera OaUienla, ki
60 mUee south of Lot Aaaelee. It
dlKorered la 1M2 by Joan Rodrlfoea
Cabrillo, a Portneraeee explorer. In the '
terrlce of Bpala and aamed Ban KaV
vador. It was rlalted by Sebaitloa
Vises too 60 year later tad named
Sariti Cataltna. la honor of St Cath-
you will readily make a savlntf Il ' boot
frS.000 acrea. Tho tarface U hilly
Oil your Winters Supply Of fuel, and well wooded. To Island eoatalaa
Now U the time to order! mm
By using good judgm; t.
your winter supply of slabwood j
lea Cram'$ H'utwy
Ice cream waa lint made la Italy.
F.O.B. lone at ths Very ra. " ' thought that it waa Introduced
, Into France In 1550, and the eariteat
SOnablC price Of $5.50 per printed record of It In England was
found In housekeeping magazine pob-
cord cash. Remember and ii,R'f 178S- it introduced into
. , the United State by a Philadelphia
leve your OldvTS With til - caterer In 1S00, hot It was not nntil
(?,,. L., n ' ! 1S51 that the flrst wholesale Ice rreanl
armers blevator Co. bMlneii Wi, w Baltimore.
Li'i's Mrkinu-n ihein
MM jW esn X
This evulutio.i rumpu3 ha.-sig AliEllUvll TiinMLlw f i
helped keep alive fou.- erroneous J s Harvest time Is here ami It pays to investigate as these are J
H STRENUOUS TIMES and pennies saved will accumulate and 1 1
E become dolLrs,Now is the time to figure the cheapest way ko l
market your grain Do you realize that there Is a shortage o 1 1
burlap? That is why sacks ire commanding a good price and
S with the demand increasing every day, the price is still going up
s That means that you will be losing some of your hrd earned 1 1
money by buying high priced sacks. Why should you be ham-
EE pered by such an EXPENSE when it is so easy to eliminate the 1 1
5 heavy burden by making yo ineif CAPTAIN and MASTER of 1 1
the situation. It is easy. With just a little determination on you f f
J part the great battle will be won.
J There's a reason and it's a good one and a benefit to every 1 1
H farmer In saving the price of his sack bill every year and by 1 1
E so doing he will be hunduds of DOLLARS ahead of the
sack industry. That's saying a whole lot and It's a fact
E it's to your interest to study up on this matter and save doi-1
E lars. The opportunity is now at hand and stares you in the face
EE Let's cooperate and unit as one great body and win the battle : :
by bulking our grain at the ELEVATOR. Remember that we j
are the fanner's friends and at your service at all times. ; i i
FARMER'S ELEVATOR COMPANY if
Consult Hallick Stange, Manager. j!
lvu, Jtiui. 's ' i--t hold thtt
man decended from apes. Ihej
bold that men and apes decendei
from the time ancestors. .,
Darwin did not ordinate the
theory of evolution. Ancient,
Greeks held similar theories, fh-j
Darwinian theory, atnclly aptak
ing, is that evolution is brouitM
about by the survival of the fittest.
Darwin's theory is not univer
sal accepted by science. It has
beer, and iJ being constant!;
modified by new discoveries.
Lastly, evolution is taught as
a truth only where the teacher
is ignorant or overly enthusias
tic. It is merely a theory. It
cannot be scientifically proven.
But circumstantial evidence led
scientists to believe it to be true.
Money is Plentiful
BUT IT IS HARD TO KEEP WITHOUT
' ' A BANK ACCOUNT
NO MATTER how plentiful money may be
you cannot keep it if you fritter it away. And
carrying money around in your pocket affords an
ideal opportunity for frittering.
MAKE MONEY PLENTIFUL FOR YOURSELF
-DEPOSIT IT IN THIS BANK INSTEAD Oi'
FRITTERING IT AWAY.
BEFORE THE ALDERU2S
A I derm a I desire to present a
Preeldlng Oncer The elert will
Clerk To the honorable board of
aldermen, a petition from the 4nmatet
of the almshouse, asking the board to
protlde parking space for their mite-
Amtrican Plan of Advertising
Is Being Followed
"An apple a day" is now pur.
suing the doctors of Great BrU
in, having probably reduced all
American doctors to penury.
A reriee of "Fruit Weeks in
the various towns of Great B it
ain lor the purpose of spreading
the fruitarian gospel, has been
arranged by the Fruit Trades
Scotland.," said a federation
official "has responded enthusias
tically to the idea. Practically
every fruiterer has joined the
scheme, and one is tempted to
wonder whether Scotland may be
induced, for a week at least in
the year to forsake her breakfast
He Grace and I entered an endur
ance contest In dancing.
She How'd yon come out?
Be Neck and neck.
TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
PRE-WAR PRICED PRODUCT
To reduce the cost of living
use more milk and cream
YOUR satisfaction, OUR success.
C. C. Sargent, Proprietor.
a vh vh fH n n mxmssrrrsfk
On rssson I Ilk tn movlri
Whin dd n actor falls.
H osn'l rovlvs amid applutu
Am laka ! curtain call.
Nat art' Protection
' Lett Insect, which thrive i.n the
guava tree, mimic the leave so i'1'ieeljr
tint they change color with the U aves
a the leaaon advance.
Bank of lone
Lost and Found
More thun 10,000 piece of pr;ierty
were turned Into the lost and r mini
doiisrtuiont of one eastern railroad
S ; . IONE, OREGON
Purniit of Happintn
Remember, however, It It the pursuit
of happlne that la an Inalienable
right, not happlne Itself. Newcastle
To sll principal
on sale daily
to Sept. IS
limit Oct. 31
privtUa momt off
fl Vltit thm fbJts
' back Cast"
now wni'e th
aree are low
dawriptlva of thtta
Win. Mc Murmy
6. V A.
Dearing Harvester Drapers
McCormick Header Drapers
I have a purge stock of drapers for the above ma
chines and offer them at dose out prices, for cash 1 1
Get my prices before fitting up your harvesting
Repairs for Deerrlng and McCormic Harvestes g
and Deering and McCormick Mowers at bargain j
price's for CASH ' : B
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