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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1925)
THE HSE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
' . V. HEAD, i:tiitx Publvher
Un year... ....$1.50
Six months ... .76
I hit month ...... ...... ......50
tiiurni as Mcond matter at tht
po.tofllcs at Ion, 0-gon, under act
of Mnrcti it, 1S9
Friday juiv' 17,1923
We do not possess our ideas,
but,are possessed by them. They
master us and force us into the
arena where, like 'hddiators, we
must fight for thcui. Heine.
IN THE FIRE LIGHT
upon tne neartn is
And there is stillness everywhere, j
While like the winged spirits j
here and there, i
The fire light shadows come and
And as the shadows round me
A childish trebble breaks the
And Boftly from a further room
comes "Now I lay me down to
And somehow, with that little
prayer and that sweet treble in
My thoughts go back to distant
years and linger with loved ones
and as I here my childs Amen,
: Mv mother's faith comes to
' me,- . '
Crouched at her side I seem to
And mother holds ray hands
On, for an hour in that dear
Oh, for the peace of that
Oh. for the coilaish trust sublime
Ob for t glimpse of mother's
Tot as the shadows rounJ me
I do not seem to be alone,
Sweet magic of that treble
And "Now I lay m down to
The very fact that the D. V.
C S. is meeting with such en
thusiasm on the part of the chil
dren shows that the type of re
ligous education is rilling a deep
need in their lives.
The first duty of religious ed
ucation is to bring children into
eontsct with the finer things of
i . .1., . . i i k i.
reunion mat mey mum nr
lif and have it more abundant
It." Knowledge of the bible is
but a means to finding a richer
fuller meaning of life. True
Christianity must find its ex pres.
ion in daily iife and religious
education must give the know
ledge and the training to make
that most possible.
The next duty of religious ed
ucation is to provide wholesome
activity for the children. Activity
is a condition of normal growth
and development both mental and
spiritual and as long as thatactiv
ity is of the highest, moat con
tructire kind, normal minds and
normal spiritual attitudes are a
natural result. Not to say how'
ever that the things of the mind
and of the spirit do not need cul
tivating. Th business of any
education is to train and cultivate
the capacities one already has to
a higher note of efficiency.
The D.V.R.S. movement which
is meetginr with such hearty ap
proval among the children of the
nation demands the full support
of the older generation. In thil
respect lone has responded well
and with this support the schoo
1i hoped to continue as well as it
The attendance Wednesday was j
fourteen; on Thursday it had:
jumped to twenty-seven. I
IN U.S. HISTORY
By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
Where "Star-Spangled Ban
ntr" Wat Born
It la doubtful If ever America had
known I .darker ilawu thun the inorn
lll;; of StlMtilpr 11. 181 . WualllltK
tn IihU been cnpturcil nml Imnied hy
llu British; our small imvy luut lieen
itrivf n to port by superior numbers;
une snuy In Maryluni luut been ili
fe iied. and on that iiiorninir a HrttUli
tlt-el nulled Into til t'ututneo river,
lieiulwl for Rultimore, wlik'li tli en
emy hoiwd to capture;
The only obstruction to this sebeme
was a little fort thrw miles below
I'.ultlmore at Whetstone point on the
I'utiipsco. Fort Mi'Honry wits Its
nnme. A imall fortification hud been
built there In 4775 and a more pre
ti ntlou structure erected on the site
In KM. The only defensive force It
' could muster wus a body of unt ruined
I troons. who would be celled upon to
d"fend their pout ag-ulnst ltrltNh vet
nms fresh front the contlncntul wnra
- -WelllnKton'i Invlnclbles and Nel-
n'i marines, winners ut Tnifsljjsr
mid the Nile. So the outlook was
sloomjr enough, for If Fort Mcllenry
Oil, BaHlmore fell, and America lay
ut the mercy of the Invaders.
Karly on the moraine of September
12 the battle btgsa with an attempt
by the Rritlsh soldiers to storm the
ciirthwgrks which had been hastily
thrown op to aid In the defense of
Baltimore. That attack was repulsed
by a storm of shot, slugs, scrap Iron
mid nails from the American runs,
which killed or wounded more than
British. The Beit morning the
ilwt advanced te bombard? Fort Mc
llenry. All day long the battle raged,
but the defenders of the fort under
Col. tieorge Armlstead held their own.
Among the many who watched the
progress of the battle was Frnncls
Scott Key, who had gone to the Brit
ish fleet to obtain the release of a
friend, a civilian, arrested by the Brit
lh on a charge of firing on them. AH
dny long and far Into the nlcbt he
followed the fortnnes of the tlghtln?
forces with painful Intensity, lie dl I
not believe that Fort aUUenry could
p vulbly hold oat.
Tsien "at tht dawns early l'?h:"
Key looked toward the fort si i
through the emoke and mist of twin
ing h saw that "our flag was sti.l
there." With a heart overflowing t. lth
Joy he sat down and wrote the wori's
of the song which a nation hsi evi r
since been slnglng-The Star-Spangled
(C. lUt. Waalats H.w.aapw Vain.)
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are In a "ron-down" eonitl
tlon will nolle, that Catarrh bothers them
mock mors than wh.n they are In oo4
health. This fact proves that while
Catarrh Is a local disease. It Is rrsaily
Influenced by constitutions! eopduions.
HALL'S CATARRH MKDH'INR Is a
Combined Treatment, both local and In
ternal, and has been successful In the
treatment of Catarrh for over forty rears.
Bold by all drusrista.
b J. Cheney Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U, S.
Uind Office at The Dalles. Oregon
Jun I", 1925.Nctice Is hereby given
that Nell Doherty of Lcxlngt.oii.Ore ,
who, on July 8, IU'iO.innde HomestcHil
Kntry, Ko.01r-v.t4, for the Ej rWtbw
1 1, Township 2 North, IUne . '.'4
Knst, Willamette Meridian, linn filed
notice of Intention to make fluii!
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
lay M. Anderson, Clerk of Circuit
Court, at Heppner, Oregon, on the
!rd day of August, 192.",.
Claimant naiinn as witnesses :
Kd Mc Diulu of Lexington, Oregon,
Win. Doherty, of Ieiltigton.Oregon,
Julian Troeilson. of lone, Oregon.
D in Mi: Devlt, of Ioue, Oregon.
i. W. Donnelly
J. 26, July 24
Everything in the line of
hardware. If we havn't
got it we can get it
Next, Thursday evening, the
Dorcas Society of the Congrega
tional church will serve ice cream
and cake at the church 'parlarg
beginning at ,
Bible Thoughts for
Far I Am With Thss, and no
man shall set on thee to hurt
thee. Acta 18 .10,
Heaven and Eartli Shall Pass
Away; hut My onl shull nut
pass away. Luke iU:ii3.
If Ya Abids In Me unu My
words abide In you, ye slmll ask
what ye will, ami It ahntl be
don unto you. John 13 :T.
In Thst Day there shall he a
fountain opened to the house of
David and to the Itihsliltants of
Jerusalem for sin and for un
cleanness. Zeoh. 13 :L
Let That Therefor Abide In
Yau which) have heard from the
becinnlnf shall remain In you,
y also shall continue In the
Bon. aad In- the l ather. 1 John
And Now Ala the Axe Is laid
onto the root of the trees: there
for every tree which brlngeth
net forth good fruit Is hewn
down, and rast Into the fire.
And Jssus Went About ait
Uulilve, teaching in their syna
gogues, and preaching th gns
pei of the kingdom, and healtn-t
all manner of sickness and all
manner of dJeense imcnr- th
p. opln. Mjtt :1S.
I It M II I H M H I H I HT-H-
10NE LODGE No. 120. A.K. A A.M
Meets every first and third Wedure
ofeuch month. V. M. . K. Wnller
L. K. Dick.
LOCUST CHAFTKK No. 119. O. V..
Mwi) the sei ond and fourth Tues
d..y of each month. W.M. Mrs. Myr
tki Walker; ,ic. Mrs. Nina Diddle.
IONE LODGE N n. l!i. I
Met-U every Saturduy evening. N.
O., Frank Young; V. U. Itergen 1.
better; Sec EarleA. Itrown; Trvn
K. J. Urlstow.
BUNCHORASS KEBEKAII No. 81
I. O. a V. MeeU the first and third
Thursday of each month. N".0. Huby
Eiigeliuun; V. O. Arvilla Kwituson;
Sec. Verda Hltchlf: Treos. KtUt Brls
tow. Leave your watch repairing at
Shannon's Feed and Supply Store
for Haylorthe Jeweler, Heppner.
YOU M AY WIN $1,500
It you art able to make tlu antt vsrJi aut el lit
IcttencMiulntalatlM wJa "TOILET NtCES
S.ITIES." A total el S).ooe IN CASH atlita will
be wirjjj u compeilton Is tbla
CHEAT WOHD UUILDINO CONTEST
Seal auias lor circular ana ruin. 44rtr a
StillltlJUboralnrin. t . ttf Aurora, llllnu
, Notes ot Interest to All
1 Local Pnomltlatioiw .,
' Lasi Sunday, , MIbs" Lilly
At longer gavo the congregation
of the Conpregational Church
a treat at the hour of the morn
intr service with a narration of
two days in uUendanct on the
Worlds Chriation Endeavor
Convention at Portland,
The Dally Vacation Bible shcool
nad its initial sesion Wednesday
norning with 14 children in att
endance. Tluirnday morning the
tttendance hml increased to 27,
The sessions are held in the
Christian Church under the dir
ection of l'en y D. Avery, attain
ted by MiM Tholma Forbes,
Miss Elva Bxlsiger and Miss
The Dorcm Society of the
CongregHtional Church served
refreshinentM last Thursday aft
ernoon. The number served was
Evangelist Smith ss continuing
thi meetings, begun last week,
at the lone City park, attendance
ind intrest are good.
Mr. Psrry Avery, whoae com
ing was announced in this column
lait week at rived Saturday and
presented the Daily Vacation
Bible School Sunday to the
Habtist Sunday School. The C.E.
Sue, of the Christian Chnch in
the evening and the people of
the Cong. Church at the hour of
the evening service.
coNcr :,''i.l.Tio:AL churci;
Rev. W. W: HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday . School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
Services . ,
10:00 V. M. anl 8:03 P. M.
FIIiST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor st5 30 P.M
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And Up
1 D. MCMURDO, M D.
Physician and Surgeon
Oifice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys 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
Then comes wheat hauling.
Let us supply you with a John
Deere waggon. Wealso have
a good line of groceries, dry
goods and shoes.
' YOURS for SERVICE !
Bristow & Johnson j
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A.' DECIi, Proprietor
saaawsi ss a ,
; Drop In and looK over my
i ' Line
i 1 have a good MocR of Gloves and
, Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
GEO. W. RITCHIE, PVop. '
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under New Management
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 Rooms. Good Service.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
. lone, Oregon
SEE ME BEFORE TIJE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
IONE, ., . OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counse'wr at Law
Will practice In all th Courts
: IONE, ORESGw' -
of WorK SHoes. t
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Drug Store.
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregon