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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
PuhHiheJ Kv ry Friday by
. V. HfiMK J .litot-l'ublishcr
On year... ....
1 In mi niontht
.-i as aivond cIh.sj umltar al th
poKUiiHc at tone, Orogon, under tel
of Miiiy1 X l.sTtt
Friday, Jul; 31, 1923
He series his party best who
serves his country lust.
Samuel J. 1'ilden
Public office is a public trust
G rover CI 'land
You shall not crucify mankind
upon a cross of gold.
W. J. Bryan,
CROSSING THE BAR
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear call for me,
And may theae be no moaninj
of the bar,
Wheu I put out to sea.
But such a tide as, moving,
Too full for sound or foam,
When that which drewfioir.
out the bjundiess deep,
Turns again home.
Twilight and evening bell,
And. after that, the dark!
And may there be no sadnes
When I embark;
For though from outourbournt
of time and piac.
The tide may bear me far,
I hope to meet my pilot face
When I have crossed the bar
With the passing of W. J
Bryan is mustered out a grea
advocate and soldier of the com
The youngest man ever nomj
nated for the presidency of the
United States, he three times
carrieJ the standard of his pttrt
to defeat. But defeat at the poll;
could not weaken the dynamic
force ner caush the spirit 01 in
man whosemagic e!oquencswep
a oxent convention off its fee
with the thrilling phraae, "Y01
shall not press down this crowi
oa thcrn8UDun the browoflabor"
and whose courage was such thbi
he not only bore the standard u
his convictions to the very kuu
of the party of the opposition, bu
stormed the citadel of react iu:
. With a lealizid liqaot trafi
apparentlyimp -enably intrenches
in the nation and in his party, h
did not fear to declare war am
waze battle for total ab&tinenc
As'an instance of his ready wit
and of his unwavering adherence
to his convictions it is related
that at the close of the Japano
Russian war. he was a guest at
a banquet given in honor of Ad
miral Toko, the hero of the battle
of the Sea of Japon. Wine flowed
freely but Bryan consistently
drank water. A young Japanese
naval officer observing ih's, said
to Mr, Bryan, when Togo's name
was presnted, "An admiral's
heolth is always drunk in cham
pagne". "Yourgreat admiral,' re
plied Mr. B yan won his victorys
on water. When he w ins a victory
on cphamagn, I'll drink his health
An intensely religious man, he
permitted no policy dictated by
political or social expediency to
belie his profession of fellowship
mith the Great Teacher. A follow
er of the Priuce of Peace;he
strove to lead the nations into the
sacred circle of Christion concord
And at the close of life Bpfnt:
n battle for the right as God -
gave him to see the right, it was
his happy lot to cross the bar,
while resting after what, perhaps
ee may have conceived to be the
greatest battle of his career.
W, J. Bryan's Favorite Hymn.
I Go where You Want Me to Go
I may not he on the mountain')-
0 over the stormy sen;
I' may not b at the battle'ftom
M tord will have need of m :
B it, if by a still, small voice He
T i paths that I do not know,
r.i answer, dear Lord, with ny
hand in thine. 1
I ro where you want me to o.
There's surely somewhere a lowly
In earth's harvest fields so wide;
Where I mav labor thro' life's
for Jesus the crucified; '
i trnttm . -II Tu..
" " "' "" lu 1"J ifuuei
XnA Irnnu-on Tl, I ...
11 ao iny will with
I il be what you want me to be.
A good cohsiience is the best !
- "- ""'w bum o UWUUHO
K,e worst because it never 1
Everv mnn ran t,noa( ,... J
Cowards die many times before
The valiant never taste of
J ath but once.
BEWARE OF FAKE CURES.
All so culled " cancer cures"
ire harmful. Even if they do not
nuke the condition worse, the
lelay caused by their use permits
tiany a cancer to reach a stag
where nothing can be done witn
it. The medical profession would
e only too glad to welceme sorre
real cure fcr cancer other than
surgery, but this o far is ai
unrealized dream. Ni doubt it
vill come true sme time. At
oresent the only hope of cure fur
cancer is removal at the earliest
'ossible moment, usually by the
knife; and everything that delays
his removal lessens the patient.?
hances of getting well.
Tne best advice thatcon be gi .
n now is this; for every growit u
ump. unhealing sore or persistent
eedmg consult a reputable phy
cian at once. If the physician
finds cancer and advises rem it-.1
l not delay. Above all, do r.ot
ry cancer cures" . . they are
i l useless, and merely give the
a ient a fals? sense of secuiity,
hiie the cancer rapidly becom,
hptless. 0 ce a better cure than
irgery is discovered it will hp
inmediak'ly widely known and
iniverslly employed. Unfortunate
y there are are those who are
willing to capitalize humanitv'.
p jrsiatent hopefuInKss.'.and cause
intold misery, by exnloitino
worthless cures for the naUof
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
Ala-ays follow your own advice
a ' i let other folks follow theirs.
Everything in the line of
hardware. If we havn't
got it we can get it
.- .M.,rw.., ......
Bible Thoughts for
I I Can Do All Thlngt through I
J Christ which traugtlienetu ma, T
J. run. 4:18.
X Tha Lord la Qaatl. a ktmnv X
f hold In tha day of trouble; and t
ne KnoweiQ mem Uiat truit in 4.
blin. NuU. 1:T.
And t Will Stranothan Tham In
I tha Lord, and thv iliull walk no I
t and down in Illi noma, with tha T
j. i.oru. .K-n. 10:1a.
I Am Alpha and Omaga, tha T
DPICinn 111! mill I 10 mllnir. aatth X
I tha Lord, which Is, und which T
I na "' ' ". t
4. Almighty. Kv. 1:8,
I For Bodily Exarclaa iiroflteth T
I but OoUlliiea- la jirotliable
: j, uiuu an iiuuii. nuvuig iiruiiiiso J,
I T t me lira tum now la, ami or
! that ''cii l to come.-l Tim.
1 4. a .a
A N.u Rln.k m.m ..1.1 .
1 for that which u put in t. nil it
T UP tnketh from the Knrinciit, and
T ".nt la umde wor.-Jlatt.
t And Soma of Them of under- J
I (tumling ahull full, to trll .t
T and to purge and to nuka them
I white, even t the time of the
t en l: hecniise It ii yot for a time Y
tippolnled. Dim. Il::t5. "
t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I-','
Married life is too often liken
f"me of checker? the grei t
biiugide is to get into the king
Hope is a blind gui le, but where
will you find a better one?
IOXB llOK No. IJO. A K.& A.M
Mivta every llrnt nnM third WciIih-m
d citcli 111 m th. V. M. . It. WnUer
Sr. I K. Dick.
LiMTSTfHAITKK So. 119. (. 1
M"e!a the HiH-oiiil mid fourth Tnca
diiy of clicli month. W.M. Mm. M.vr
th o'alker; Hw, Mm. Mm ltl.Mle.
- IOXK LOIKiK No . iff. . 1
Meets every Sutiinlny evenlntf. X
J., t-'rim"t Vi V. (j. IIi r k en I
Ix-tU-r; Sec. Karl.) A. Ilruwn; Treiu
V.. i. r.rlrttuw.
UUXffIijKAS.S KKBKKAH Xo. l
I t. O. V. M.-.-U the llrMt and thin
'I humdiy ofeii' h month. X (i. Ituli.t
l:ii(reiuiin; V. U. Arvllln Kwmmoii
S.-C. Verda llltclilc: TreiiM. Ktta Brl
Leave your watch repairing a'
Swanson'g Feed and Supply Store
for Haylor the Jeweler, Heppner.
YOU M AY WIN $1,500
II von art abl is ,' ih mill am of H
Ifllrfl contalntil In thl otJ "TOIIET SErF.
j Slrins." Aloul.fli.om IN CASH uriitl ll
be awarirj to competitors In thlt,
GREAT WOKO HUILDINfi CONTEST
SanJ tump for circular ani rulti. Ai4rit
Notes of Interest to All
There wijl be no preaching ser
t l the Con; regationnl Church
11 ;.t Sunday.
Ioneileswil do well to rend
and pondee I Cor. H 19 und
J tmes 1-28
The Rev. C. R. Schoonover of
.Vulta Walla preached at the
Christian Church in Levington
last Sunday morning and to the
one Christi n Church in the
evening. It W possible that Mr.
Schoonover nay be called to the
joint pastorale of the lone rnd
Tue D.. ly Vacalin Bible
School closel its course with a
drogramnW Friday evening.
Rev. 0. P. very whodreached
at the Con iregational Church
list Sunday, jonrnevelon Mm
dayrmo.ning for Portland and the
The tumult t ud the shouting oies
The captains and th.' kings depait
Still slunds thine anciontsacrifice
An humble und a contrite heart.
When vice leaves an old man, it
it by no means ccrtuin that vir
tue takes the place of it, for sin
smutimes q tits us because it has
nothing to feed on.
Rev. W. W. Heal of lone was
1 1 Morgan last Sunday and atttr.d
ed Sunday school. He preachid to
the people at the close of the
CONGREG ATION A I CH URCH
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Paster
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10;00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thura. Evening
10:00V M ail 8:0) P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUitCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor Ht5 30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P. M
Suits Made To Measure
S29.50 And Up
l D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner -:- Oregon
WOODSON li TSWEEK '
Attorneys At Law
First National Hank Building
- l j X.I.a laj lit
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Cood Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
HEPPNER - -
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
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. 13ECH. Proprietor
; Drop In and I00K over my
t Uno of Worh Shoes.
I I have a ft'ood si jcK of Gloves and
j Harness Supplies.
t Kepairinjfat Reasonable Trices.
CIX). W. RITCHIE, Prop.
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
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
II C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
IONE, . OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice In all the Conrtg
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building