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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1925)
Published Every Friday by
. V. HUM), EtiiUX-rublitlM r
On year .. .
Six nion'.i .
Sends an Envoy to Europe
to Study Tailors' Guilds
riu-.red a - .wood elms mattjr nV the.
uostumc lona. OreRon, undr act
,.r Miirvh . 1ST'
Frk'y. Oc 9, 1925
Hi wh hH"li:utl at hi heart
neer nev. o fear the want of per
suasion e 'iw tunino.
-Jj'an Rusk in
EDO All K. IlOUX, heiui of the Horn Tallora' Oulld, roomily iwtnhllsU.d In
Chicago to lift the lallorlmt trade to hliiher pinna of porfoollon nnrt
pine It In the cIhrk of a profession, announced today that he had aottt a
epooliil ct.ntnilaalnnor to Kuropa to atudy the orpinl- itlon
and acoompliahmotira of the Kniillsh uullila, nncr wmon
the Chicago naaoclatlon of master tallora is hrlng mo Mod.
Mr. Horna reprosrtitntlvo U traveling Incognito. l!e ex
pect to spend aovoral numtha In gathering the dulti which
will ba tued In furthering the purpose of the Am. rlcnn
n.,n.i . ant n Urn Vim) In the lnlted Suites. Anient
the p'lnooi, the cotnmlaalonpr will visit In quem of facta '
i. R.mllnir. Worceater, Lonuon, footer, isuveny in i.ii
Notes of Interest to All
i.,n tnA IMInlmraiifti. Seotland.
,1 "Wi want our niaaivr moitrs m 1.-II.-.I-VH irnii .iniv
Tell me something that will be
Joy through all the years to me.
Let my heart forever ho!d
One divinest grain of gold.
Just a simple'little vord
Yet the dearest evi heurd;
Something that will give mo rest
When the world seems all dis
tressed. As the candle in tne night
Sends abroad its cheerful light,
So a little word may be
I.ike a lighthouse in the sea.
. When the winds and waves of life
Fill the breast with S'.onn and
Just one star my boat may guide
To the harbor glotified.
In perfection la workmanship and to study nien'g .Irons at
a profession aatd Mr. Horn In announcing that lie had
i.itatrtioil a renreaentatlve to Knrope on a tour of In-
K. R. Bom Ycatlgatlon. Thla M-o ild tm :m I otter dressed men and
'port aconomy throughout the toduatry "
FORM A TEAM
WILL ARRANGE FOR GAMES
WITH OTHER SCHOOLS
Mr. Brown is coaching the lone
Grammar School football team.
Thev have a good turnout this
year bo they epould have a good
team for tne season.
The first team has already been
picked, leaving enough for a sec
ond team. Each of the boj a eon.
tributed to a fund for the pur
chase of a new football which is
now being used
w being used. I check on his men and would per
Later on this team ep-ct8 to .. .i...:,,,," . if B
. . ... i i mu no ui-iy iiiij."r --
.1 I.. n.nu nomaa U l h r.lrliv I ""k -
New Lamps Will Give
Better Light and the
Prices Will be Less
Animoortantstep in standard
jzation, by which nhe leading
manufacturers of the mcanoes
cent lamp hope to achieve for
them selves and toe public econ
omies hitherto impossitue. i.as
been taken dy the General tlec
trie and Westinghouse Compan
ies. A new standard Mazla bulb
for ordinary use has been adopt
ed and production to provide a
'amp the use of which is ritenceo
to be universal through the grad
ual elimination of the many types
of these lights now on the mar
keL ' .
The home owner is to be the im
mediate benficiary of fie new
policy. He will be able to procure
lights of greater utility at k-ss
cost than is now entoile 1. How
vr. since many comrm rcial es
tablishments and office Luildiug
ima small watt lamDS. tliey will
be corresponiing'y benefited.
Instead of forlyfive stanard
jeJiampi of the p.-emt or old
design there to be only five. The
first of the five ha3 been p:aced
on the market at prices lo to 13
cents be.ow the cost of the old
The Open Window
Statement, Ownerhip, Manage
itijulre lijr Act ot Coiign-aa of Aug.
Si, 1DI2, ot lone Iiirtepeuuein . pun
lUlied weeklyatloue, Orogoii, f i Oct
Mauagtug Editor. W. W. Head,
1'ubllHher.J. V. Hoh.1, I oe, Oregon.
Tlmt the owner Im K. S. Ackeriiian,
kcaulou AveuuJ, he " Mo-
Kuowu bondholders inorlagei'M
and otlier aucurity holdera, h-jldiug
one per ceut or more ol.llw total
ttuiouul ot uoud-t, iiiortu-irtca or
other aeturltleH, utiw.
W.'W. Head, Manager.
Bworu to and aubaeillH.il iietore
me thl Ural day o( October, l!).'5.
J-;. H. Holilnxou, NoUiy ubllc.
My coiumUtiou expiiea, a - .0 t.
la often caued hy an Innamed . ondltlon
of the mutoua llnlnn of the Kuauchlan
Tuba. Whon thla tutia la Inflamiid you
have a rumbling Hound or lnii:rrat
Hearing. UnleM Uia lnflaiuniation can
be reduced, your bearing may be de-
TauZ' cATAnnii HROirnB will
do what wa claim for tt rid your ay";
. of Catarrh or Deafnaaa cauaod by
C8o"ldTb'y all dPigglsta for over Year
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.
In thi game with Condon .lone j
found their opponents to be
sports of the cleanest ty p'. To
play with a team that isnot al
ways complaining about thedeci
siors of the referee is a pleasure,
whereas it is very tiresom to the
spectators and to ether players on
fhe field if some of the m-n are
constantly wranglituum! making
cutting remarks about their uppo
Condon's captain kept n ciose
At the close of the high school
play niotieon Tuesday evening,
tlm s;ncients w ru enteilumed d
Chris- ian Endeavor Soclty of tee
The monthly meeting of tne
Mi;onuty Society of the Congre
irutiomil Church, Thuisdnv after
noon whs (uite well attendi-d, If)
uiditu being present. Mrs.'lurner
wits the lender and the topic, the
feld of missionary activities with
special refcreiicJ to "Home Miss
sions and theapproching centen
ial hMiiversaiv of thocrganiztion
of tb- Congregational Home Mis
siotiH'y Society which occurs in
Ai. ong those contributing to
the ogramme weie Mrs. Pick,
The Fit Bt Great Missionary; Mrs.
Swanson, The Genesis of Home
Missions; Mrs. Ritchie, Facts
Wotth Noting; Mrs. Sperry, Sta
tihtics of last yt at; Mrs. McMur
ray, General View of Missions;
Mrs. Ilullard and Mrs. Louis 1UU
Hirer a vocal duet: Mrs. Ixiuis
l!alB!irer, a reading, East is East.
Ancient Drain Still Use J
The Cloaen Sluxlma. the prln.lpal
dniln of Hmlont Home. v.hhh was
built by Tarquiniua I'rtseu. about
a,.) n r.. ) still In use. It homing In
the old ltoman Korum and eniptlea in
to the river Tiler.
Theater Findi Nei Vie
In China, a theater does not atamt
1,11. ul nn time. O'irlns Ilio un:il
"il!lr hours of the ilay. Chlnoso loor
chunta rnane th various plnyhousoa
a menu of getting into elnaer eon
im-t wlih ruatomera and prospective
customer. Thla custom la parlteular-
ly true In Phanshitl.
..;aaoin n ajin u) ! Xssrtd jood iuu
u-JipllH Jil U jlioin ituiuiini .sihiiii
a at oj-Hi i. .ti.i! ainil I'JM ' ,.i-
a;.inb 'iiuoo , i-'ll'P"!' 'illii;U..
At f-(,'t a'-T lll
"WrrtU ll'MH ' '. 1:i-'i i
Ihf f: .v ,,'
A Good Time
for the Inde
nut no "drty playing . "
member of the lone team wis
hurt, the Condon players were
very quick to express tl.eia sym
"Now, hoys." cautioned the stak'o
.,., "m oiirenn nn iti.i.h.,-
. i.ia umwHtiii- i. " We don't !
want a lire." Loumviiio n "
imvp I .uiiiiK So. 120. A r' & A M
Meet ewry llratmi-1 tlilr.l Wedne.
ofeaeh month. W. M. . It. WiiU-r
Siv. I.. V.. Dick.
Life and Light says that since
1918. in Viena ane vicinity. 1)7,
000 Jews have become Christians.
In hi ven years the United Free
Church in Uudapest l as added
2.500 Jews to its membership
Their Mutual Wtaknet
Junl'T l'nit. uhy la it you atid I
SCHOOL D A Y31
Our pencils, tablets, erasers and other things that
BOYS and GIRLS
will need on starting to school arc
and every boy or girl who purchases
a tablet anil pencil will be ivcn a
Bristow & Johnson
IONE HARNESS SilO? I .
C. A. DF.CH. Proprietor
t are nhvaya wantluj to do something
that ninintua ilo-nn I want tt loT
l.oH STrll AI'TKItNo. ll'. l
M,tt IheM.'t ond uu l t'Hirl iTuea.
1,.v.ilen. hm.mth. W.M Mr. Myr
tleW I'k sr; S-j. M Si n Illddle.
iom: i.oixir. n '
Mirta every Snturdny evening. N.
J.,Krui V in:. V. ' I - (i 1'
lK-tU'r;!ec. KarloA. tirowu; Trena
K. J. Iirlxtow.
lU NCinil'.ASS UEDIiK.Mt No. 01
I. (). O. F. Mii-U the llrnt ami third
Tliiiradny of each niutiih. N'- l!ul.V
KtiKeltiiitti; V. l. Arvilln SwniiHiiti;
.s.-c. Verdu KiUhle: Treiw. I'.ttii Brin-tow.
Uev. W. W. HEAD, l'ustor
11:00 A. M. and 8;0d l. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00V 1. ait 8:0) V. M.
Drop In and looK over my
Line of WorK Shoes.
I have a jod stocK of Cloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
CKO. W. KITCHIK, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
FIRST BAPTIST CHU;tCH
Sunday School at 1C.(K) A.M
Junior Endeavor sl5.3 ) P.M.
Prayer meeting I'hitrs. 7.30 P.M
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply Store
for Hay lor the Jeweler. Il ppner.
YOU M AY WIN $1,500
l(volfM 10 'MMlt ll I'll ' til
lnifi conulntl In the orJ "TOIinr NtCES
SITIES." Awulolli. IN CAS'l pO. HI
be iwirjtj 10 comptlllort la nil
GkEAT WOHD BUILDINO CO J1CST
Stnj eunip lor lrcul aal ruUi. aJIhh
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 - And Up
Wild Animal Pelti in 175
The followln price prevailed In
plalnhuntera' product : Clu k hear,
to 110 i baditer, 60 centa; mink. II.W)
ta $2.60: martena, $2 to $3: "Iter, f
to $8; buffulo robea, 0 to I0; pw
mlcaa (aenrce), 17 centa h pound;
mooaa leather, 5 to V, flaewa, 10
ptnt. Winnipeg free I'rea
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
iLU XM " a "-ZT-cri. 17. .- . . -T .. -'rT:r-:Z !?
1 D. KCMURDO, ML D.
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllcc In Masonic Cuilding
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner :- Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
I Icppncr Oregon
When Ydu Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Mu in 402
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 Servic
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER oil
SEE ME BEFORE Tll'5 FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
IONE, OREGON .
Physician and Surgeon
OIice in Drum Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Buildlnfi
Ileppner : Oregon