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THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published livery Friday by
. V. fT.4.1, lutiux Publhhcr
Unt year... .
Si I month. ,.
t - io monthi
Kuured aa aecoi.d claas matter at th
poatuflka at Iot.p, Orvgon, under e
of Marrii 8, 1ST
Friday, S.pt. 25, 1925
Any act often repeated soon
forms a habit and habits allowed
steadily vain.i strength. At first
it may be but aa the spider's web
eaisity broken through, but if
not arrested it soon tir.da with
chains of steel.
HYMN TO THE NIGIvT
I heard the trailing garments of
Sweep through her marble halls!
I saw her sable skirts all fringed
From the celestial walls!
I felt her presence, by its spell of
Stoop o'er me from above;
The calm, majestic presence ( f
As of the one I love.
I heard the sounds of sorrow
The manifold, soft chimes,
That fill the haunted chambers
of thr Night,
Like some old poet's rnymes.
From the cool cisterns of the mid
My spirit drank repose;
The fountain of perpetual ptace
From those deep cisterns flows
0 holy Night! from thee I learn
What man has borne before!
Thou layestthy finger on the lips
And they complain no more.'
t Peace!. Orestes like
breath this prayer
Descend with broad winged flight,
The welcome, the thrice prayed
for. the most fair.
The best beloved Night!
Henry W. Longfe iow
A SLIGHT DISAGREEMENT
According to press reports, one
of the eitizens of Baker was of
the opinion that a little friskir.ebs
on the part of a eiitoi ough to
be tolerated out of befererce to
his exhalted office. Not so tht
M nisterial Association-of Baker.
The clergy unanimously and in
the strongest terms denounce tin
Senator and commend the action
of the peace officer who mad
the arrest. These geutlemen are
obsessed with the idea that "a
man 's a man for a' that and a'
that" and that when a senator
misbehaves, the same distiugnish
ed consideration shoulb be shown
himthat. under likecircumstance
would be accorded Broncho Busi
er Bill or Sir Ramsey de Sheep
CHAPMAN ON STAN FIELD
We have known Bob Stanfiuld
for nearly twen-y years, and on
na occasion have we wilue'sed
the slightest indication of misbe
havior. We have been in his com .
pany at all hours of the day and
night, andon every such occasion
he was busy working on affairs
of the public or his own private
business, He was always clear
headed and conducted himself like
a gentleman in the best sense of
tuat word. His capacity for con
tinuous work was amazing. , , ,
Notor.ce have 1 seen him take a
a drink since prohibition. Prior to
prohibition we have seen him in
dulge, but always moderately aud
as a temperate man would.
We have seen him in tense
and dramatic situations, and he
always kept his head and his u m
' The Measure of
. a Man
"How did he die?"
"Howdid he live?"
"What did he giue"
These are the units
To measure the worth
Of a man as a man
Regardless of birth.
Kansas City Times
STATE GOVERNMENT GROWS
Twenty five years ago there ex
isted under constitutional ar.d
statutory provisions, but thirteen
elective and appointive Htate of f i
cers and a total or 22 state boat da
and commissions. In 11)25 (hue
-.v .. r,
state officers and 64 boards and ;
commissions functioning under;
either onsttitulionat or xlatutory '
In the year 11)25 falls the 40( th
anniversary of the first English
version of the Scriptures, Wi'liim
Tyndale's New Testament.
The work was printed in Germa
ny because of the violent opposi
tion to its publication on the part
of the church in England.
Brother Chapman cf The Ot e-
son Voter testifies that twenty
year's acquaintance he never
knew Senator Stan field to be the
worse for liquor. Th concensus
of opinion among those in this
section, who have the honor (f
the festive Robert'sacquaintanrel
is that Bao. Chapma's experience
No Real Flying Spiders
There la no meiul.er of the aphler
fimlly which baa wine. Hornet linen
onllnary aplilera which travel through
the air by clinging to a piece of web
are colled "flying apldera."
Seem Like Easy Job
"Breaking In" inpenu'liuuiii pl-a la
a "profriiHliin" In 1'nrln, Kranc. In
which more tlmn a score of mm are
employed. All they have to do Is to
It and smoke their pipe all rt.-iy, ao
II 'a about Hie world's luzh-st Job
"Breaking In" fire pipes Is good
Af nifl:t ft-r llic 'trtinK nitl n - he
"Wirtfhl hour" Tlirn ua4 itkmd In
VI ET "T Harold Boll
!atef rt bt-st t.rv."A Son c f li
i i f ar (J"- tl w-lii n i w.'k tti I
:uf)' "p t ' ! f fit t
A Good Time
for the Inde
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it We can get it
Bible Thoughts for
Happy la He Hint cmulciiincili
nut himself In tlmt thins which
he nlluwutli. ltom.
Seek Ye the Lord while IK'
may tie found, call ye upon lllm
while lie la nonr. Is. 55 :C
Love Worketh No III to hi
ni'lchhor; therefore love la the
fultllltnvnt of the law. ltom.
The Lord Will Give Grace and
v: no pud tiling will lie
withhold fioi.i llieiu thut wnlk
iiiu-iglillj'. 1'a. 64:11.
Fear the Lord ami acrva lllm
J, , lruh wUh , J()U. fr J.
I codkuW how great things lie I
T hath done for you. I Sum. 12 :2i. t
He Will Swallow Up Death In
victory and the Lord Clod will
wipe away tears from all facei;
and the rebuke of Ilia people
ahall He take away from off all
the earth: for the Lord bath
spoken It. Iaa. 3:8.
He That by Uaury and unjuit
T gain lncreaaetb hla lubatance, be,
.hall gainer u for mm t i.l will
J ahull abound In bleaalitgs but be I
I that inakeUi huate to be rich I
J ahull not be lnnocviit. I'rov.
i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l iM
Famous: Church Council
The council of Trvnt waa van
nionc.l hv Pmia I'lna lit In I.M.V Tlu
ecnim-ninii ,-onn, n Imici nvariy
twenty years, aa It was frequently In
terrupted by wnrs and other ciiun1.
Its object wus reform In the t'ntlmllr
church and a repudiation of the doc
trines of l.uther mid other I"rotemii'
IONK IUKJK So. 120. A V. & A M
Mm-Im every lirt iiml third Weilue
nfeiieh in mth. W. M. . It. WnUt-r
Sec. L. K. Dick.
I.(M I HTCIIAI'TI'.lt Nil lift. . K.
Mi-ela the nci oiiiI and fourth Tm-n.
ilny of em-li month. W.M. Mm. Mjrr
tie Walker: S e. Mr. Nlin Hhlitle.
IONK I.OIHii: No .
MwtB every Sutunlny evening. N.
(., tVink Vi iii; V. I IIreii I.
U-tter;Mec. Karle A. Ilrowu; Treiia
K. J. llrMow.
BI XCHOIIASS ItK.BKKAII No. 01
I. (. O. V. Meet the Hrot iiml third
Tlmrmlny of eneli month. N.(l. Ilul.y
Kii((elliiiili; V. (I. Arvlllii Hwhiihoii;
Sec. Verdu ItlUlile: Trena. Kttu Hrl.
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply Store
for Haylor the Jeweler, Heppner.
YOU MAY WIN $1,500
It yot grt abli to aikt tht moil wor4 out at ih
Ittwrt conum.4 la th mot it "TOILET NEl.lS
SITIES." Aloulollj.000 IN CASH arlt
N awtriti to capiltorf la ttili
(iHEAT WOHD-BLILDINa CONTEST
Sra4 iuap lor circular uii rain. AJJrt.i
. Notes (it Interest to All
lone Christian Endeavorets
are to hold a meeting in Morgan
school hoina next Snmiay alter
Since thu formal consumation
of Church Union in Canada and
he meeting of the General Cotin-!
oil of the United Church of Cana
da last Jul. i', voting in local con.
gsdgations on the question of un
ion has taken plaece in two prov
inces, lio'h go overwhelmingly
pro union, in Manitoba 478 vot
ing concunence and 11 non con
currence, and in New Brunswick
lfil for am4 22 against. The latest,
summary riven by Dr. Herbert
E. Thomua in .ion's Hoi aid,
shows a total for the l'ominiou
of 8.7!j3 ctiigregi tions in the
United C uicn, us BKai ist 719
thut have voted non concurrence.
Of the 719 opposed to union nine
are Congrt gationnl and 710 were
formerly connected ith the
fresh) to, iun Church in Canala.
Apparently the movement for
the unioikof the North and South
branches of Me hod is t Episcopal
llhouurt great and thou art goad,
I A nd we t'lunk thee forthis food;
j By thy gr :ce must all' be fed;
Give us, 1, rd, our diiiiy Bread.
The National Council of Congre
galional churches meets next
month in Washington, D. C,
In rltlea you are ni'lylihorly when
you don't ' kUi re at your neighbor.
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pasto
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIK3T CHRISTIAN CHUUCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. KveniiiK
10:00V I. ail 8:00 P,
FIRST BAPTIST CHUitCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 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
A. D. MCMURDO, H. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Maicnic Duildi.-,g
Trained Nurse Assistant
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Huildinjr
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Our pencils, tablets, erasers anil other things that
BOYS and GIRLS
will need on starting to school are
and every boy or girl who purchases
a tablet and pencil will be given a
j Bristow & Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHO?
C. A. DECK. Proprietor
I have a Rood stocK of Cloves und
II m J .. a tt II n .
j, Mpauiii)ui ira5onui)ie rrtces.
CKO. W. RITCHIE. Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dialer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Tahle 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 WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
SEE ME B3FOK5 THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
and look ovtr my
Line of WorK Shoes.
Physician and Surgeon
Oince In DruR Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building