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the io;;e independent
Published E .17 Friday by
Y. HEAD, LJitw Publither
8u month! ... , ....76
1im month ... . SO
fc.i...a at aavond Hasa manor al the
po.ti.ltlce at Ion, uregon, uodar act
of Man 1 :t. 1879
Friday, Ju; 24, 1925x
Hope, like the Reaming taper,
Ulum'iand gil s the way,
And, as the duiker grows tin
Emits the brigh.-r ray.
Behind him lay the gray Azores,
Behind the Gates of Hercules;
Before him not the ghost o I
Before him only shoreless seas
The good mate said: "Now must
For lo! the very stars are gone,
Brave AdmV 1, speak; what
' shall 1 say?"
"Why say: 'sail on! sail on! and
My men grow mutinous day by
My men gtow ghastly.wan and
The stout mate thought of home;
Of salt wave washed his swarthy
"What shall I say, brave Ad-
If we sight naught but seas at
Why you shall say at break of
'Sail on! sail on! sail on! and on! '
They sailed and sailed, as winds
Until at last tht-blanched mate
"Why, now not even God would
know should I and all men fall
These very winds forget their
For God from these dread seas
. is gone.
Now speak, brave Adm'r'l,
speak and say-"
He said: "Sail on! sail on! and
They sailed. They sailed. Then
speak the mate:
"Tnis mad sea shows its teeth
He curls bis lips, he lies In wait,
He lifts his teeth as if to bite!
Brave Adm'r'l, say but one good
What shall we do when hope
is gone?" i
The words leapt like a leaping
Sail on! sail on! and on!"
Then pale and worn he pacd his
And peered through dancness
Ah, that night
Of all dark nights! And then a
A light! A light! At last a light!
It grew, a starlit flag unfurled!
It grew to be time's burst of
He gained a world; be gave that
Its grandest lesson ;On! sail on!
Generally throughout the (con
try there is a growing feeling
that moral instruction of the
youth of the land is an absolute
aecessity. This is evidenced by
the efforts of some of the denom
nations of the Christian faith to
provide church schools for the
cnildren in which not only secu
lar but religious instruction shall
be given ; by the provision of la
cilitits in addition to the Sunday
School by Borne others and by in
clusion of non-sectarian course
of moral instruction in th eurte
vula of the public Bchools.
This may be taken as a hopt
ful omen for the future for two
reasons: first, it indicates the
growth of a sense of the import,
ance of fh .intangible spirit ua
values on the part of rhe gencr-
a' publicand, second, Ktichefforls
i i the present cannot have othei
I 'inn the raising of the conduct
thndards of the future.
We must not however expect
loo much. Instruction is but n
p irt of training and knowing it
n t Blways doing, nor can we to
s ire that certain knowledge and
long continued right doing will
a'ways eventuate in right being
"NOT BY A IUCFULL"
JHE movement of products, the'
acceleration or transit, lie
cut in distances, the smaller cost
of getting things to market-these
these are the big thing in new
Oregon. You can leave Eimene.
1 20 odd away, in the afternoor,
Utend the theatre in Portland,
nd go home after the perfor
nance. Eugene people do it.
You can live in Albany, do yoi r
(hopping 100 miles away, and ei t
Jinner in your own home.
Life is new, and it isdifferent.
Oregon has freed its people from
the slavery of inhospitable high
ways, has spent big money on
road and Is emancipated.
Not entirely, brother, not en
tirely. We have an ideal highway
jervice into Portland and no one
objects but the state's problem is
not solved. There are region a
roads and connecting roads of the
greatest importance that have
not yet been built. The matmer
in whice they have been neglect
ed is shameful.
The apparent purpose of the
highway bureau has been to get
trafie into Portland. That poli
cy should be broadened and the
time is at hand to do so.
We wantonr tourists to see the
state and rot merely rnsh through
it. It is time to do something for
our regionaland connecting reads.
Up to this time they have bt en
given the cold shoulder utterly
while millions have been exper.d
ea in paving and then repavng
Why not do something for our
A good conscience is a foretaste
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Inti-rlor, L H.
Lund Office at The Dalles. Oregon
Hin li, l!l.'o..V tire l hereby giveu
Unit Neil Dcliertj of Lexington.. )re
who, onJulyt. rjJo.iimdellotiiegt.ad
Entry. Xo.Olssul, for the V.i Section
14. Towmdiip 2 - North, Rimire .
i:t, Willamette Meridian, liua filed
notice of Intention to miiko flnil
three yenr I'roof, to eHUhllah claim
to the lam) nhove d.-acrllied, Jiefore
Oay M. Andernoti, Clerk of Circuit
Court, at Heppner, Oregon, on the
3rd day of A uguat. I !.'.".
Claimant uuiiicm nx witmwa;
Kd Mc Dade of Lexington, Oregon,
Win. Doherty. of Lxliigt((n,oregoii
"lmn Troedaoti. of lone, Oregon.'
t'.iu Mo Derlt, of lone, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly
J. 20, July 21
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
Bible Thoughts for
Let tht Brother of Lew Degree
rejoice In that h la exalted.
I Will Feed My Flock, and I
will causa theui to He down,
with tlie Lord God. Eaea.
Verily, Verily, I Say Unto You,
If a man keep My aayluf, be
ahull never aee death. John
Blecied Are They which are
perecuted (or rlsMeoueneea'
aake: for thelm la the kingdom
of heaven Matt. 0:10.
For I Will Give You Mouth
and wisdom, which all your ad-vi-raarlra
ahull nut be aide to
galnauy nor rvalat. Luke 21:13.
Many Shall. Be Purified, and
made white, and trk-d; but the
wicked ahull do wickedly : and
none of the wicked ahull under
ataud; but the wln ahull wider
atitnd. Dan. 12:10.
Thou Shalt Keep therefore
Ilia atututea, and hla command-nit-uta.
which I command thee
till day, that It may go well
with thee, and with thy children
after thee, and that thou uuiy
eat prolong thy day upon the
rurth, which the. Lord lliy :mI
glveth thee, for ever. IViij.
4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I 1 -
Married life is too oftn liU a
mme of checkers the grevtt
struggle is to get into the kirg
Hpe is a blind gui le, but where
will you find a better one?
IOXE LOIM1E Hi. V20. A V. & A M
Meeta every flret and third Wctln-
of each tii'inth. W. M. . K. Wall r
Sec. L. K. Dick.
LOCUST I'HAI'TKIl No. O, t:.
leela the aecoml and fourth Tuea
'fty of euch mouth. W.M. M r. M r
tie Walker; Sc. Mr. Nina Diddle
IONK LODliE No. "f. J
Metta every Snturduy evening. X.
., Frank Young; V. U. Hergen I.
lietU-r; Sec. Karle A. lirotvn; Trcii
K. J. Driatow.
IlUXCHliHASS HF.BEKAil Xo. Ul.
I. O. O. F. Met-tM the tirat nml third
Tliuradny ofeoch month. X.O. Itudy
Lngidmun; . 0. Arvllla Kh iuihioi
Si-c. Verda ItlUhle: Treaa. Ktta Br
Leave your watch repairing n'
Swanson's Feed and Supply Storp
for Haylor the Jeweler, Heppner,
YOU MAY WIN $1,500
It von rt M to ik, tht ml mil out ot t
lnt.n co-il.m.J In tht worj, "TOILET NEC!
SITIKS." A total ol f i.o IN CASH print wll
lt lwrit4 to rompttltort In this
GWEAT WORD HUII.DINfi CONTEST
Stn4 ittmp for rlrcuttr tftl rultfl. AJJrt'f
Notes ol Interest to All
Evangelist Smith preached it
he Baptist Chuch Sunday morn
i g and a l tt i noon, Monday morn
ing he went to ToppenNh whence
hi is expect- d to return on Tues-1
uay with h nforcments for the
coming grattd battle with old Sa-
I , lan.'Shottly, if not immediately,
after hia return, it is thought
.iro. Smith will go over the top
and smite the devil hip and thigh
When Christians pray, thedev,
il runs, oh r lory hallelujah! ami
leaves the lield toZion's sons oh
The Daily Vacation Bible School
utiter the d, eclion of Mr. Perry
Avery, is,t;itig continued this
week with i.icrea."ed interest and
The Praye.'- Meeting Committee
of the Union C. E. Society is due
to arrange a new list of topics
Water service has been install
in the kitchen ol the Congrega
The prayer meeting is some
times said to be the spiriual ther
mometer of the church.
Pastor Head will be out of
town next Sunday. The pulpit of
the ( onjrn national Church will
filed by the Rev. Mr. Avery
of Pe-kely, California.
"May my tongue cleave to the
roof o" my mouth and may my
right hand forget its cunning if
I forget thee 0 Jerusalem.
CONGRKU ATIO.s A L CIIUUC11
Kev. W. W. HEAD. Patrr
M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. livening
10:00V A! ail 8:0) P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUtiCH
Sunday School at 1C.0O A.M
Junior Endeavor st5.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P. M
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And Up
I D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Mason!; HulWinn
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner ; Oregon
WOODSON 4 SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Cood Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURCEON
Then comes 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
n - - ... - r .. .
Bristow & Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHOP
i C A. DECK, Proprietor I
Drop I n and look over my
Line of WorK Shoes.
I have a tfood MocK of Gloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
CEO. W. R1TCH1I-, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under Iew 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
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
IONE, - OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
'A'iil practice' in all. the Courts
Phydcian and Surgeon
Oflice in Drug Store.
IONE, . OREGON
Dr. F. E, Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building