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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
. V. HIsAT), liditnt-Publishrr
Six month i
1 1 months ....
K.iMreti at aero .J class matter at the
postuflW at lor, Oregon, under act
of W ipi'U 3, 1ST9
Friday, Oc. 2. 1925
The melancholy days have come,
The sadest of the year;
Of wailing win ' and nuked woods
And meadow, brown and sere.
-rWilliam Cullen Bryant
Good Morniujr, Brother Sun9hin;
Good Mornintf, Sister Song;
I humbly be& your pardon
If you've waited very long.
I thouaht I heard you rapping;
To shut you out were sin;
My heart is standing open
Wont you walk right in?
Good Morning' Brother Gladness;
Cood Morning' Sister Smile;
They told me you were coming.
So I waited for a while.
I'm lonesome here without you;
A weary while it's been;
My heart is standing open
Wont you walk right In?
GoodMorning, Brother Kindness;
Good Morning, Sister Cheer;
1 heard you were out calling,
So I waited for you here.
Some way Ikeepforgeting
I have to toil and spin
When you are my companions
Won't you walk right in?
At present the chief concern of
repulicons in Oregon seems to be . t
not with Senator Stanfield but
with finding the lomcal man to f
run in his place. The Stanfiold ' I
announcement, however, indicate
that he is not to be shelved. He f
is to stay in the game and his'
battle song evidently will be the!
"The Ninety and Nine," The 1
outcome will be worth watching.
Snaka and Leprosy
Snakes ore enton by the Chinese, mi
Urea of Australia and by those of
ninny other countries, but the llesh Is
reckoned unwholesome and liable to
Rule for Success
When the driver sees a hill iihc id
lie speeds up his car, and "I'mum"
(he hill out, na ll were. IT In i i
Siime way men would approut li oh: i
les to their careera, then would m
more successes In life. Success liirp !
'It'pends on speeding up when hills
struct Its pathway. lirlt.
! I II I I I t I I I I M 1 H-H-H--F-;
Bible Thoughts for
DRY, DRIER, DRIEST!
We learn from the news dis
patches that Senator Stan fit Id,
while feeling that wasjthe victim
of most dastardly outrage at the
town of Baker, has, nevertheless,
highly resolve that it shall not
have been in vain. "The bud may
have a bitter taste but sweet wi!
tb the flower." From this time,
henceforth and forever, he will
.devote his personal energies and
of icial powers to the propagation
and cultivation of drouth. From
Baker's fatal dav he will be the
driest of the dry. He will be dri
ver than the Sahara desert and
' not even the uttermost depths of
Tophet will heve anythtug onl.im
when it comes to aridity.
We weleome the'Sor.ator to out
ranks and while we regret tha,
was necessary for the marshal of
Baker to point the way, still wt
remember an old song that till
While the lamp holds out to bun
The vilest sinner may seturnm.
Regardless of the ontcome of
the primary election, the Senator
will be robed in the toga and vest
ed with the powers of his high
office for some lime to come and
he ran be mighty helpful in bring
ing home to the people the mean,
ing of the oath to support tht
Constitution and the la wf. Votes
are good especially so when they
are supported bypersonal exampt
and a due regard for the law in
the matter of apointment.
The heltiht of mouniuiii may hi
determined In several wa.v by tin
aneroid barometer or by vertical
ancles and also by the line of a splrh
level. This Is known as leveling and
la considered the most accurate pro
lienealocy witulitp't he so had If
devotee knew how to pronounce IL
ralnuont (W. Va.) Times.
LEAGUE vs STANFIELD
The league will upose the can
didacy of Senater Stanfield as
it will always oppose any candid
ate whose actions are like his.
United States senators virtua'ly
make the appointment of federal
office holders in their states, arb
we have found that appoint mtn's
made by senators who are mt.it
ing a mockery of the prohibition
We believe that the rising tide
of contempt for law and order
may be traced, in part at least, 1
to the disgaceful action of men!
in conspicuous position and at
the hour has stuck when all gosd
citizens should openly condemn
the violation of law on the putt
TEE OF OREGON ANTI
How busy Isn't us Important as wh
busy. The bee Is eonnratulated : the
mosquito awatted. Miami News Uec
ord. Why They Play
One reason womeu play bridge !
that they may haye something to tbint
about while they talk.
CARD OF THANKS
To all our good frienis and
and neighbors, to the ladies of
the Eastern Star, to the members
of the choir and to everyone w ho
helped us bear the overwhelmiug
loss of our beloved wife and
mother, we extend our most sin
Walter C. Cason
Mr, and Mrs. H. J, Snively. jr.
Mr. and MrsJohn T. Va ighn
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cason
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Irwin
Happy Is Ha that condemnetli
not himself In that thing which
ha ulloweth. Horn. H:-i
Sack V tha Lord while He
may be found, cull ye upon lllm
while II Is near. l.HH. to:t).
Lov Worksth No III to his
neighbor: therefore love la the
fulullment of the law. Hot
Tht Lord Will Qlv Graca and
filmy. mi good thing will Ho
withhold from them that walk
uprightly. IV. bi -.H.
Faar th Lord and serve nim
In truth with all your heart: for
I consider, how treat things He
T hath doua for you. I Sam. 12 :24.
H Will Swallow Up Daath In
victory and tha Lord Ood will
wipe away tears from all facea;
and tha rebuke of Ilia people
ahull He take away from off all
the earth: for tha Lord hath
spoken It. Ua. 23:8.
Ha That by Usury and unjust
T tain Increaseth hla aubatance, hei
! I shall gather It for him that will
t pity tha poor. A faithful man
I ahull abound In bleaalngs but tia
I J that maketli baate to be rich
ahull not be Innocent. I'rov.
At mcHt after the fTiTiinff meal t iw
"Wputit hour". Thn read SKud lu
the f amity
A "51 T Harctd Bel
ltit and bt ttnry.4A 5"n ff
i'; 4 arr rimnat I lit will, r a w k : ' t
)I I' jfcU b. -, Ti t i.ej -rt-1. N-
A Good Time
for the Inde
Notes vi Interest to All
The nii'elingof Willow Branch
Christian Endeavor Union at
Lexington, last Wednesday, was
attended ' y six Eiiduuvorers
from Iond, four from Heppner
and fifteen from Lexington,
Kel'orts of schcol house meet-
lings held showed that only one
meeting had been held; thut a
Morgan conducted by the socio
les of lone. It was voted to con-
duet a meeting at Hardmau next
Sunday , October 4, Weather per
miting, in which all the societies
in the Union will co operate.
In connection with the prayer
service, tv. specials were rendor-
ed: a readi gby Mrs, AdaHiowo
iandapinn t solo by one of the
j All the i ffioers of the Uniun
j were presi nt.
J The ntxt regular meeting rf
the Union will be held in lone.
1 1 November 4.
At the Methodist Conference.
. . , in session mis we k at t'.ugene.
lU v. John Secore of I'endleton,
! ! , dt liverf d : n address on the prob-
I and opportunities of the country
peris. Dr. oecore it wiil be reniem
bered delivered the Commence-'
mentadd; pss for the graduating
class of the lone High School
r-tl I I I I I I J I I I I I I I 1 I I ItiA
The Conference voted on the
During the last century the question of umon n itli the M. L.
popnlation of te United Stats has Church Scnth and omy two votes
doubld itself oj'prcximatelyivtfry were cast in the negative. The
30 years, ! brethren who voted no, remind
one of the twelfth juryman.
Minnesota snpplies about GO per.
c-nt of e" Ihe iron ore nrned in
the Unitel States.
IOXE I) Of IK So. 12(1. A.V.Ik A.M
M.vtaever.v first anil third Wetlne
nfeuch month. W. M. . It. Walier
Sec. I.. K. Dick.
UMTST III A I'TKK No. 1H.
Meet the imh'oiiiI nml fourth Till"
lay of eiuh month. W.M. Mm. Myr
le Walkt-r; S-i:. Mr. M.i k IJItMle.
IOXE LOIXiENo . i:: l
Meet every Kntunlny eveulnn- X
., i'mi'i V j I n; V. 'i. li .'reii I.
Ix-tter; Sk-c. Kurle A. Drown; Treiis
E. J. Drixtow.
Ill X( HiiltAS.-S ItKBKKAII No !)l
I. O. O. MitI the firHt und third
Tliuradny ofeiu'h month. N.U. Ituhy
EiiKi'liuun; V. tl. Arvllln Hwiiiinoii;
S. Verdu ItlUhle: Treua. Ktti UrU-tow.
Leave your watch repairing al
Swanson's Feed and Supply Stor
for Haylor the Jeweler, Heppner.
YOU M AY WIN $1,500
If you r stMt t Bikt ttlt 9ll warji out o' It
Ittttri conulntJ Is ttio worn "TOILEr NtcF-.
&ITIES." Atoiilolli.oo. IN CASK srlm M
ba awsrjci tocompttltori Is this
CHEAT WORD-BUILDING CONTEST
Seal lump for clrcullr tni ruUi. AJJ'i
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
Kev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M. ao l 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10;00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00V M ail 8:00 P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUltCH
Sunday School at 1C.0O A.M
Junior Endeavor st5 30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suiti Made To Measure
$29.50 And Up
IONE, OREGON .
i D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic DuihlLg
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
. Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
Our pencils, tablets, erasers and other things that
BOYS and GIRLS
will need on starting to school arc
anil every boy or girl who purchases
a tablet and pencil will be given a
BIC, RED .
J Bristow & Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHO?
C. A. BECK. Proprietor
and looK over my
l.mo of WorK Shoes.
I have a good stocK of Gloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
CEO. W. RITClllKl'fop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
4 4 tmmummAx. . .
VVIien You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
HEPPNER - .
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
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
IONE, . . OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the nonrtu
Clyde R. Walker.M.D
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Dulldintf
Heppner : Oregon