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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST,28 1925
Kond HubbyI plum my wife a
down time day.
Krleml 1 know aeveral men who
do the Mini tiling. Uklnlionia Whirl-wind,
Ho Should Know
"Mil you ever meet man who
niit you feel ni If h were aceretly
UiiKhlng at your
"Ve my wlfe'i divorced hiialmndr
U$age ol Language
"U John down on the funuT
"Well, . down on lh ferm."
A Doubtful Ending
Prleud Wife Dm thla no .r novel
Henry I'ecko It doean't ty; It only
e,.yi llicy were married.
Wi.iiit-IIiiw many bnnn, martnmT
Mm IVi-xiine Aw, irerl never
aa uliy kih.. itt (heac Ktn.liif (nine.
Saying It Dyron't
"Tnilh I airiincer Hum ft. tl..n." It
well nurd aayliw, unci (.crlmpa la
Bui generally known Unit It a orl.
Innlly utploypO iy tyra In hi "Un
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' i l M m " i ,na' return
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Aak far frrc ImtkkUt.
nTtptiv oi ihma
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Vi .ii. Mi? M urra
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HAF:ST YOUR DOLLARS FASTER
.INCH'S THE WAY TO DO IT
WANT T. (J BP AlIRD f .er to htrvest
jfc .von doll ir fmtt'r niikeyniir nionty k
fariht'r win t h- Slices that she tild be you. s.
on" wiv in h it
ill. i . your funds pay all bill b. c'i ck, .in. I always
, vej h Ink. Clu'C s s.ivj i i .mJ mo icy. Ci.e you
a.i accu .lie iccor.l of your fua.ls, Mikes your inenme
,, ! it by rtgui.t ing your money ou go. A checKl.ig
.v. i t helps you main ain a bn.lg t wliicli h the sens!
b; . y to handle your financial afWrs.
In ihi'se and olhe; w.ns. vnii" cleekinu lu-coniif. uc'un''y
make votir moni y, u' fai ih r, he'p on i.r-t far more
front your jncmnt' limn you've ever tn joyed before
M A." i tio3-ili!e fur you In npond your mont'y n'ore
A-ik ih Io tell you aliout this You'll find it very much
wortu while. Come in today.
Bank of lone
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
IN U.S. HISTORY
By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
Th Green Mountain Boy and
Although an accident of geography
placed Tlcnnderog upon the toll of
New York, Vermont, through the
tleeila of her "(Ireen Mountulu Ilnya"
ha an eqiiul rlulm with her neighbor
iim IK atlrrlng lilatory. There, John
Kliirk, a colonial captain righting with
the Ilrltlull agalnat the French, allowed
the mlllliiry qmilltle which later
tnnde liliu Hie hero of Itcnnlngton.
There, too, Hubert Hnjrer from "the
New llntnpiihlre (,'riuiU" (the land
which litter bernme Vermont) bad
tunny emnpe with hi Itmigera.
I In r It wat at the nuthreuk of the
((evolution that Vermont came In with
her atmngeat rlulm to Tlconderoga ai
h pnrt of her hlalory. There at the
ilnn nf May 10, 17.1, Ethan Allen
and hla "(ireen Mountain lloyi" won
their di'iillhleaa fume when they took
p, moon Inn of the old French fort "In
the name of Jehovah and the Contl
nenhil Cnngreaa!" Hut If Tlconder
Lfn waa the acene of a Vermont tri
umph, It inu.t alio he recorded that It
mine very near being the acene of t
urent dlgrnc for her. For It waa
within the walla of Hie fort that the
Iriilioroua negotlatlnna between the
I'.rllWi an I wmie of her leader, die
aiitUflcd becatiae of nnawarded hon
or. were carried on and tliey, and
through them, Vermont, narrowly
raped IH' alinme which null led the
fume of Conay and Chnrlet Lee, and
enuulfeil Itenedlet Arnold.
The eonipleie hlntory of Tlronder
obh would Hll volume. It begin
nmiy buck In imit) with Hnnmel Cham
I In In. who fought the Iroquola on a
nnrrow rnie In 1-iike Chumplntn,
fulled ClipondnrngH or Tlconder
ga, "lieiween two lukea," and for the
next l.'iO yenr thla Mt win the aeene
of hiiitlet. In KM the French began
building a fort on thla promontory,
nml ruined It Fort Vainlreiill, In hon
or of the governor of ('-i.mln. It waa
Inter railed Fort Carillon, but It I
beat knimn Fort Tlooiidemga, or
i ld TI."
After the Devolution Tleonderog
fell Into decny. but thMiiu'li tlia pa
triotic effort of the Tell fnmlly,
which. In ISIS, ohtulneil tllle to the
lend iiHn which the fort atood. It haa
lieen pnrtly tnreti and today It la
lulled by tli'Mi'in'l aa one of our
iittrot lnlereilng hlatorlc ahrinea.
CO i:i, v v--t.ir raia 1
Itiianell (f.Mkliig for work) Where
'h the proprietor of thla remnurantt
Waller- Ile a gone out to lunch.
Welcome the Clad Day
Ah I When ahall all men' gi id be
each man's rule, ami unheisiil pence
lie like a li nfl of light acne j Hie
a wav hat trN r-miMs'.
Mr. John P Louy ha returned
io lone from, Arlington whete
In Inn been Hppn iinf the last
, Jos. lluwk the pri'Bidin( jren
eus of the U P. H. II. Station,
has Rone with his better half to i
enjoy his annu-.l vacation.
We'll all feel pay when Joseph
comes marching (?) home.
The Talk of the Towbl
Tnatstill in Hullard'a window.
Sthio! tipei s the einlit' h of
S pt rnher, remember, and don't
mick ft that all K-hool looks are
cuhh. Read Mason'i Adv. for Ihe
terms of exchenjje on old books.
Up to date 27 cars of whnt
have deen shiped out of lone hy
the Inbt-penant Warehouse Co. j perry Hopki) 8 the fiim, of
. ' , , . ' whose exploit! in thedimainoi
Prof. Glenn Boroutha has are lbarny8r(1 Klilf. rinK3 from 0!lt
epted a position on the faculy en(1 0f Willow Teek to the other,
of the State teachers colleget'is atill ready to mat all domers.
Ki--ksville, Mo. " ,
. . . ... , Parliament Lodginet
Th echool maintains a four T1)e ,lrtlil( hoUltM ,,,,,,
(fir ponrs and i-t conductefl on contain more than Ave hundred roonn
, . . , ... and almut eight reaidence, the rel-
li. q.i-.r'er bttac. 12 mo- th it, a aent pop,,, jm, abont ,wo oun
'Science tor Service" 1
ThrotiKll the Kxjierliiiet t M.-i'loii'. tlie Fgietiebm Ser lee S
mid lliiilu.t iio.li ii.li.iii
on Agricultural College
Serves the Farms tiie Homes and Industries of Ore. E
It nil. i a it ciilleeeeiliicailiiii In
Agriculture, ( ti;mcrce. Engineering, Porcstry, S
Home rvcoromia$, Mines, Pharmacy, Voca'Ional
Education, Chemi.al Engineering, Military ifcknce
The School ol It ASIC A UTS AMI S IKXCKS priirhle the fnuil-
ilntluii (or nil tiH'linlcnl ctiiiiw. The tritlnliig liii-lml" 1'Ii.vhIchI
l.iliicntloii. Imlnxtrlnl Joiirnnllani. K.ieliil S. Iciich. niid Mulc E
Fall Term Begins September 21, 1925 j
Fur III nt ri tf.l booklet nml apwlllc Inforiiintlnn. write to
The IlKOISTUAIt, ttregon Afc'rliiilturnl t oll. e CorvnllU. Ore. r
1'IANO lUUGAlN IN I.NE
I. me H'liiiti u' h;"l I'i'ino;
nm.4 he Bo!.l at one". V j
i!ur ymlil ierm- $10 00 mo tol. to.
ri.8,i..n; it'l" yiwiy. Far w.ir ;
i.lai ritn io the Cli'i' M iaicj
Gi.dC Front S'reit, Portlitr,d,
0 euon, I
NOTICE ESI RAY SALE
Thiitliynn order duty titii'1" Mini :
entereil on the thirtieth iltiy 1 July
Ifl.Tilu the JuHtlti'court tor th- I'lilrd
DlHirlct of Morrow County. ictfnii.
imtlie la hereli.v jtlven thnt "it the
I'Sinl tiny ol Atiu-.t, lltJS. fit lint Ih
knowu iin tln Um I'liillierir plnie,
liH-ilted T mile KOHtlieiiNt of lone,
Ori-uou, nt the lu tiroti ;it I', M.
otHiilil ilny, the lollowlnn; b erlli.O
CHtrny ittilmul will Imi eohl totlie
lilirheat Wild r lor culi to wit one
I bay mnrebrHiKled itimrterclr li' o-n
'aiimire ) .oil I lie left almttliler to
tut t My the dniiuiifc vimt nml Keep.
lnof anlU Hiiliiml.JUHtli'e tciH, Cimt
of lulvertlMliiK enle, nml other cunt a
ri'Kiilivrly iiiiulo heroin iitil. kh latere
Niicli aalo tint owner of mild eitirny
Intiltnul apiiour nml irovia owner
' alilp or iliflit to mi hi mil mill mi.) buy
the diunuui'H nml all coata herein.
Mr. ond Mrs. PorouAh wih
liHVe lone next Tutf.puy.
Mrs. Borouahs will. pro on tc
St. Louis Mo. where she vili
vij t her reletiveg whom the I ac
not Been for 3 yeara.
Our best wishes no with them.1
Mr. Jones, the water melbn
man, of Irricn, liad the misfor
tune to he crowde I off ti e hiii
wayjast Monday and Bujiaind
a broken leir when the Iruokh a !
of meloni lie
was driving v r,
Mr. ihof. Gratijll hasbcen do
cted Janitor of the school house
for the comintr year.
As we (io to preps the contr; ct
for the transportation of Ihe
school children from the Cool
place Io lone lias not bi er,
VV. E. Ballard has r. turr.ee
from Hoo I!lv. r and has mount
d Kuaru over his Still.
NOTICE OF FINAL
. i. 1 1 K.itL.M'
Nttiei! h. ie'.y Rivt-ti th ! i
U'.ii r-',.'!. I Iin: rik-t hi- In r
uec iunr a.- n lmi -; trafor t f th
eHlaie of Le is Henty Carpet ti ,
d't-'isid and that Ihe Count
Cou t if Ihi' State of O'eon fm
MoeiQw Co inty hnappuited Tlle
day, the8lh day of Seplemher.
1925, at thf hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of aaid day, a tin
time, and the County Court tcom
in the Court house nt Heppt er,
Oregon, na thi Iiee. cf heating
and 8t Ulemctit of said final ac
count. Objections to Paid final
account muBt be filed onor be ft re
Glen E. Carpenter
ill il l-VafM
i leuhl nfl.t lh fviin mr:il t UK
"Wiul.l hour . 1 hn ttall loud l.
tllv I jiniW
".I ? Harold Bell I
l.ilni B id but itory,"A on of lilt
k' ..wrfll h ttirlrrri iIk.U4i(1 (hITI.
III. oir dniiK tliM wlihln a week tii
iwh'ic linn. Ileoi eolihfm. I'.roac pv
Meetings are being held in the
room above the butcher shop all
A rpecial meeting of Chrwtian
Endeavor in Willow Creek Union
has been called for 6:30 p.m. at
the Christian Church, lipprn r,
Sunday, Aug. 30.
A hi, h grade pian) near lone
will be sold to a reliable pariy at
a big saving. $10 monthly will
handle. A snap Write at or.ee to
Ta I nan Piano Store, Salem, Ore.
A i umber of f trmers are chan
ing the location of their op ra
tions for the com ng year. Among
those making a change we mote
Ward Graves ai,d lh Mi.nkm
0'otherr. The laH i.amtd me to
n- merancn tormeriy opi rat
ed by Troy Bjg rd
I SR. M. Akers leave for Ca! fo -nia
the first of Septomber, acrom
pan:ed byfrs. Akers, Miss Hazel
Aetsand the younger children.
Ihe two oldest bovs w.ll remain
here and during the school ifim
will make their home wih M
Treatment for Scald
If you gel a burn or w-ulil mirurnte)
a lin.n cloth with a aolutlon of tMk
ln,' w da and apply It ut once. Thla
ghe liiKliuil relief. Keep the
Tr iiwr - t an.. 'izz.zri
TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
PRE-WAR PRICED PRODUCT
. To reduce the ccst of living
use more milk and cream ,
" Y0UK satisfaction, OUR success,
C. C. Sargent, Proprietor.
All Primers, Readers, Civil Government, Ceogradhy,
; Mice and Gordy histories a e displaced with new books- E2
The method of exchange permits of exchange only S
)f books of like number as a first reader for a first reader
a Books mnst be sold for
j sell them on charge account. Please do not send children L
; for books without the cash. " ja
WHAT HE KNEW
The rulde batted her honk and touted
It Into the water. The fair angler re
warded him with imlle end Inquired :
"I auppoae you nndentand all about
The guide conildered thla queatlon in
all It aapecta before he replied alow-.
ly. "No, I wouldn't go to far aa to aay
that. I know only 1,978 reason why 1
they don't bite.",
Lady Jurort Show Mercy
"Ladle and gentlemen of the Jury,"
began the attorney for the defenae,
"can you look npon the prisoner's
tearitalned face and not take pity,
on herr ' . .
And all tlx of the ladle on the Jury
did take pity on ber and offered bef
their cosmetics. Weatern Chrlittaat
Little Bobby What' the difference
between matrimony and patiimetiyT
Professor Letterklnk The words are
derived from the Latin. Mater, mean
ing mother and pater, father. Thus,
patrimony la supplied by th father
while matrimony la promoted by tha
She Loved Doge
"Row I lora og.r th mald.a erted,
Aad wh.n her auttor ortly dskad:
"X wl.h I war a do. yo know'
"Oh. wall," aha aal. "raapa yea'U
and REASONABLE Pricr$ S
nrrr. -' - 'I
cash and I cannot afford to