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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1925)
10NE. ORKGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1925
LOCAL NEWS NOTES THE P!
Four roomei apartment over
lie printing office. Rate ten t'o!
an per month. Water and electric
I i U lit conut'cliong are mad-t,
Mr. ami Mrs, Sum (Jmgi'r
havo gone to Portland huvinur
leaned the lone Hotel to , , Hob'
imon who look charge the firt
of the week.
A reception wan tendered the
teachers of the lone puhlic schools
On Thursday evening of this week
at the Congregational church.
A large r.umber were pr-Mnt
and a very enjoyable muHicul r"!
gram as p'eiiented. Mayor H-rt
Mnnti welcomed the teachers on
d l a f f ' e municipality ai d in
a few well hoen wonla, prextnt ,
ed them wiin the freedom of the'
City thou h he wa obliged to con
f 88 that he had inadvertantly
misplaced the key. Mr. M. R.
Jlorgan welcomed and feliqln'ed
the teachers on behalf of the
putrona and School H anl. and
V. W. Head extended the glad
hand of the churches.
Supt. Roy L Sket n respond d
fittingly for the faculty and then
came games and linally, to crown
Ihe evdning, lunch.
Formaldehyde, $2 25 a gallon
when the cut-turner furnixhes the
container, at Bullard's rhaumucv.
A FARM PAY BETTER
Farm Accounting Reveals Losing
Methods and Points Way to
Mr. and Mrs. Jnon Middle mo
tored to Hood Riv r and return
this week. They re ort the Ionian
c )lony as happy.
Dwlght Misner'a aiherarrlved
-on Sunday eveni.u 's train from
Great Falls, MonUna.
In "Life on Hi .Mississippi" In tt
tiirjr of a iiMkyjiiii .f 1 1 rt nthiiiu tin-rrt-w
of lli ImiuI n tin liull l n
riirilinl Jik. W'li nmliiiillnii out
if ttiv (Irfppul iIiiit d llir rher lln-
fve fiilw .Miiiiinii. Mr was llnnlU
frlult-iisl lnl unlfi .li the riiiiliu-i-i
lo Imi'k lh tlilp. H i limlsniun'a itj .
"Shirk tlirw, yunrti'. Is llim1. IihK
twain, quarter twain, mark twnin."
IIKIIlll III N-n In . . f III K" Hi
ml Anirrlmn liumor. l.
A (arm cannot properly be called
aucressful uulosa It ptyg a fair ruts
ur lumrcst on llio Invustmnnt and ru
turui fnlr wuroi fur th furmr's la
bor. Agriculture; U eonslilerud by all
oddi tha moHl imporUnt luduntry lu
tha world, and yet la no othur Indus
try la the business end so neglected.
It li common to find a farmer with
an InveituiHut of fifteen to twenty
Ihouiwiid dollar, yet dons be keop
book if purbapa be may Jot down a
not now and then of an Important
dual, but this li of no value In an
analyala of Ml business as a whole.
No other Induatry, however small. Is
carried oa without books of some
Farming I a bualneas and to be
successful uuat be conducted la a
bualnoaallke way.' The bualneas man's.
mind should bare Indelibly printed
nuon It two questional What profit Is
my bualneaa making! How can that
profit be IncreaacdT To know the Ut
ter, niio mint Dud out the former; and
to find out about proltta require the
kcrplng of book.
It la not necessary for a farmer to
bare a courae In bookkeeping. Al
most every agricultural college In the
country baa Issued a simplified farm
accounting book wblch It aells at cost,
and only a few mlnuttia are required
each day to Jot down the day' hap
Aecounta Inertaae Profit
Inalanrpa number a thousandfold
where farmera have profited by know
Ing tblr bualneaa. Act-mints kept by
alneteen farmera In Illinois led tbetu
to Improve the organlmtlon and opor
atlon of (heir farms In waya that add
ed approtlmalely IfliO to their aver
age net Income In 19:2. the aevenlh
year they had kopt acrounta.
An low farmer found at the end of
the first year he kep! hco!vi that tropt
fd to llvealock brmirht more money
than when old outright. Ill figures
ahowed that bis cows were poor;
compared with other farm In the
stale, be found tbe number of acres
cultivated per men on his farm, as
well s the number of arrea per horse,
were below average. , He rented more
land and replunned his flelils, so thut
the crop arena per man and horse
were Increased. He told eome of his
srruba and bought good rows. T!;
second year his Income from the
farm, after paying all expense and
Interest on the money Invested, bad
been Increused ovr 1.150.
j Costs Can D Rsgulsted
"I have discovered." aays one f .nil
bookket-tier. "that the kind of
you have on a Job. as well as i.
w. Uml'ir t4.i n'--n f " '
variation In the coat of periorniaig 1
certain tasks. I have learned frrm
Ihe pagoa of my book that If 1 could
have In creased the yield Of my whnat
fluid by two busliula and my corn by
live bushiili I would have reallzod a
substantial profit from them." j
While the farmers may not be alilf
to fix prices on tbelr products, tfty
do have a voice In determining tli
costs of production. To reduce litis '
cunt they must first know what the
The number of farmer who are
keeping book on their business has
Increased remarkably In recent years,
but the number of businesslike farm
ers la woefully smiill when 11x14
alongside tbe sum total of the farm
ers In the country.
I .t..u I- 1.1... U I
The basis of any system of farm sc
counting Is the annual property list
or inventory. It la the starting polni
of the farm records. One must take
Into consideration -decreases or In
creases In the value of all property
owned to gauge the progress of the
buslnes. 1-acklng facta sa to the
value of his property, no btralnes man
ran form an acruralo estimate of hew
he stands financially. Increased cash
may be due to property wlcb was
aold, or Increased debts may be due
to Improvements made. If a farmer
Is falling behind, the Inventory wi::
emphaalxe this fact. Often when a I
man la discouraged and thinks be la
making no progress, his Inventories
will toll him that he Is better off than
f It Hit end of eacb year a Haanelal
statement Is drawn off. This Is the
farmer's rstlng and no farmer with a
good financial statement need fenr
walking Into a I) and tilting for a
Soya Bean a Benefactor
from th wiya lenn run be .nnnu
factureil milk, blend, ctieet, o,,
glycerine, piilnl, varnish, smut, h.
Ink, linoleum, knlfcluimlles. beiu,
billiard bulls and horse fodder.
When Ear$ Get Tire J
Kclem-e nlwiiy tins iiinltitiiiiied lliu:
III htimnn ear. imllke the rye. rnnnoi
be fnl lulled. .Now. as lenull of ru
perliiieni wlih rndlo iiiiiiniina. it It
nsM-rted Hint I lie ear apparently dot
bx-ome iliysliully tired.
A man should lnr when lie eiiu)
only lb good be does Yublli-ly. Is I'
nt publicity rntlirr limn rhnrllr
which be lines? Is II not vnnlty. rntlie
than benevolence, t tin t kIvcs sui-l
rhurlliesT Henry Waid I'.peclier.
The Lady of the Hovte
A Sun Vi-Hiielsro diH-tor sold In Net
York Hint liilMir-saxliig devices 1 an
iiiiiklnz tbe housewife Iniv. II entin
i) n.llii f. uu lio ...e before be sulil
Twins, trousers, troubles and ii!
iienrter never come singly Qm
1IARVIST YOUR DOLLARS FASTER
IIKR.S THE WAY TO DO IT
YOU WANT TO OKI' AHEAD faster to harvt-n
your dollars fanler ,make your money po
farther win the succesa that should be youts.
Here's one way to do it a way that gets p'Rul'a.
Handle your luiuls pay all bills by check, and alwjvs
in with Ink. Checks save time and money. Give you
an accurate record of your funds. Makes your- income
go farther by regula Intf your money ou jjo. A cliecki ig
account help you main ain a buJtf t which i the sensl
ble way to handle your financial affairs.
In these and other ways, your checking account actually
makes your money go farther, helps you get far more
from your 'income than you've ever t-njoyed- before
Makes it possiblo for you to spend your money more
Ask ua to tell you about this. You'll find it cry much
worth while. Come in today.
$ $ .
Bank of lone
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
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r- ''Nvr-A j i
Kodak as you go
Up hill and do vn dale, picture chances arc
everywhere. Ami ihe Kodak you keep handy
will give a good c count of itself, and a good
account of the trip.
All summer, y. u'll need a Kodak, so let
us fit you out now. Our Kodak man is ready
See that you have plenty of
Kodak Film. Get the sie you
want at our Kodak counter.
Koibks $6.50 up
lirott'in't $2.00 up
The Kodak Filling Station
Mrs. Jim Hardesty was calling
in Cecl1 on Sunday.,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith re
turred from Corbet, Tuesday'
Quite a nunber of women from
Morgan attended the missionary
meeting at the Congregrtional
church at lone last Thursday.
William De Jorg, whohasleen
forking for Mr. Hutchinson left
for Yakima on the train, Monday
Morgsn school opened Monday
with an enrollment of 23 pupil".
Connie Smith waa thrown f om
her horse Wednesday of last we- k
and puite badly hurt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ha-ry Woolen
and family, of Walla Walla, spent
tne week-end with Mrs. Wooien
sister. Mrs. B. F, Morgan and
PIANO MUST BE SOLD
ill sacrifice high-grade piano in
storage near here for immed'ete
sale. Will give eafy terms to es
tablished home. For Partictilnrs
and where it may be seen, ad
dresi Portland Music Company.
227 - 6th St., Portland. Oregon.
Mrs. Jim Hardesty received
the- sad news of the death of her
uncle, Mr. C A. Morey. at Port
hnd on Saturday.
Mr. and Mr3, Itobeit Smith and
left, Saturday, for Corbet where
Bjnnie will attend high school
the coming year.
Mrs. French, primary teacher
at Morgan arrived in Morgan on
Sunday to take np her duties.
Those who enrolled in the lore
high school from Morgan are
Katie, Virgil andThelma Morgan
Certrude Pettyjohu, Cladys M-d-lock
and Cbith Ely.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Ely were the dinner guests of
Mrs. Esta Baurrenfien and sen
Martin on Sunday.
Quite a nnmber of men and
teams from Morgan are helping
o clear tha highway between
Morgan anl Cecil.
I INDEPENDENT JOB PRINT- I
m -GOOD Work and REASONABLE Prices M
TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
PRE-WAR PRICED PRODUCT
To reduce the ccst of living
use more milk and cream
YOUK satisfaction, OUR success.
C. C. Sargent, Proprietor.
i Hewn- -'--Tirii irmr
'Science tor Service "
TlirotiKli I lie i:xMrim i t stittlon, tln KxiciihIou Srrvli o
. mill l.'i xiili'iit liiNtiiii-iion
Oregon Agricultural College
Serves the Farms the Homes and Industries of Ore.
v ' n uffiTu a i'oiii-ei tiiiiintiin in
Agriculture, Ccmm.'rce, Enainecrlng, forestry,
Home Economias, Mines, Pharmacy, Vocational
Education, Chemical Engineering, Military Science
Tlie Kchm.l ol II.VSIC A 1 1 I'd AXO H IKXt'KS iiiovMi-h the futiii
(liitloti for nil twluilcul cnur. The triiliiln Iih!ii,i- 1'Ii.vhIciiI
KiliU'Hllon. Iiuliiwirliil Jiiii.iiiiIIhiii, Sih-IiiI SiIi'ii.vh, nml MiihIc
Fall Term begins September 21, 1925
.i-i l,,I',Hr'l,7l lMfkli-iM mill HH-iilli Inforiiuitloii. wrlii to
. i no HMjiM it.vit, ori'g.m Agile ii I tu ml Coili'n t;,)i-v,tiiu, o.-o.
I AH Primers, Readers, Civil Government, Ceogradhy s
Mace and Gordy histories a e displaced with new books ff
: The method of exchange permits of exchange only, g
of books of like number as a first reader for a first reader 3
1 Books.mnst be sold for cash and I cannot afford tog
sell them on charge account. Please do not send children f
for books without the cash. ?.