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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by,
0. V. HEAD, EPiroit Publisher
One year -
Six months ...
Enteri'il in wi'oml i;tH imilUTiil
the t -utofflii lit ! nivis-m. uiiilf
not til Mm !i t S71.
Fri!;.,Oo ot- r M. 1925.
I dare (h H lhnt nnv t'econ r
Who dares do nice Is now.
- Wiliisi '! Shakespeare
THE AMErTcAN FLA
When Freedom from her moun
Unfurled her standard to ihe air.
She tore The azure robe of night
And set the stars of iflory there.
She mingled with its gorgeou
The milky baldric of the skies.
And strid its pure, celestial
With streaking of the mornint
Then from his mansion in the sin
She called her eatrle bearer down
And gave into his mighty hand,
The symbol of her chosen land.
Flagr of the seas! on ocean wave
Thy stars shall glitter o'er the
When death, careering on the
Sweeps darkly round the bellier
And 1 righted waves rush wild!)
Before the broadside's reeling
Each dying wanderer of the s
Sha I look at once to heaven am
And mile to see thy splendors fly
In triumph o'er his cbsing eye.
Flag of the free heart's hope anc
By angel hands to valor given;
Thy stars have lit the welkin
And all tny hues were born In
Forever float that stndard sheet!
Where breathes the fee but falls
With Freedom's soil beneath out
And freedom.s banner streaming
-J. R. Drake
TELL THE WORLD
Under io other government ir
the masses of the people U n
(riven such equal opportunities at
With 16.337.605 electiic light
and power customers, 15.000,0 i
automobiles, 14.000,000 tele
phone?, 9.000.000 phonographs,
and 3.500,000. 110.000,000.000
Americans enjoy more of the
trodrn conveniences than the peo
pits of all other countries. What
we consider necesities here are
usually classed as luxuries by
the rest of the world.
It U not just by chance that
America has such things in the
largest quantities for common
use. It is here and here only that
the individual enjoys the great
est freedom for developing loVa
energy, ambition and initiative
The result has been a growth
unparalleled in the world's histo
ry. The best program yet offer
ed by a Socialist or Communist
leader not only fails to add any
thing to the advantages and free
dom under which American have
lived for some hundred and fifty
years, but it actually reduces in
a large measure the librties and
protection guaranteed to rich and
poor alike by our constitution.
Every citizen should appreciate
these facts. We should present
them whenever possible to coun
teract spurious prop sals which if
not defeated can undermine the
Btrogest govermental structure
which exists today.
Up with our banner bright,
Sprinkled withstarry light;
Spread its fair emblem from
mountain to shore,
While through the soundingsky
Loud rings lb Nation's csy:
Union anp liberty, one evermore
I V.fX J & i
BORN TAILORS GUILD
Clothes for Sunday
WHAT has become of th old time Ktindny milt? Tin. one Hint mother mm
to Uj out on the bed for father vi-ry Sntihutli morning miuI lm.i niifmr
anc wm a tlgn for children to ttrlgtiten up itml remember ulmt ilny It ?
Of courie, tt tu blck and eery severe looking, with tlx riitnuuy rout,
lug a few fond nulla to work offtlmt Sunduy dinner
The one requirement of Sunday chillies la that they must uiuke you feel
like a different person from the one you nre all week long. One day's rest In
aereo la essential and by rest Is meant. I t tba moat part, change, A complete
cbauge of clothing la one of tba best ways of getting this variety Into oar Uvea.
The Bet Plat
"lion't worry abrn, nnon.vmon to
era. The hest thing la not to oper
i.'in at nil I" From lluen llumoi
NOTICE OF BOND SUE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tile undersicned will receive st-aled
bids until 10 o'clock a. m the 10th
day of November, MliS, and imme
diately thereafter the bids received
will be publicly opened by the Coun
ty Court at the County Court Room
in the Courthouse in Hcppner, Ore
gnn, for the puchaac of cn iasue of
bonds of Morrow County for the con
struction of permanent roiuU therein
in the sum of One hundred thousand
dollars, raid bonds to be in iVnon-.in-ationa
of $1000 each, numbered 1 to
100 tr.c'u-dvc, to bear duto October 1,
11 25, and to mature in numerical or
der ai follows:
IM 5 $ 5000.00 cn October 1, IHIi
6 to 10 $5000.00 on October 1. 19M;
11 to 15 $.'inoo.no on October 1, l3:l;
1 to 23 $jooo.00 on October 1. 1M4;
21 tJ 23 toOOO.OO on October t, 11)35;
2! t 30 SVWO.nO on October 1. 1MB;
31 to 35 fMIOO.OO on October 1, 1M7;
3r. to 40 $50o0.00 on October I. 1M;
41 to 45 $5000.00 on October 1. 1939;
46 to 50 $5000.00 on October 1. 1940;
51 to 55 $5000.00 on October 1, 1941;
56 to 60 $ 5000.00 on October t, 1942;
61 to 65 $5000.00 on October 1. 1943;
66 fo TO $5000.00 on October 1. 1944;
71 to 75 $5000.00 on October 1, 1945;
7 to 80 $5000.00 on Octpber 1, 1946;
HI to 85 $5000.00 on October 1, 1947;
86 to 90 $5000.00 on October 1. 1948;
91 to 95 $5000.00 en October 1, 1949;
96 to 100 $5000.00 on October 1, 1950;
laid bondi to bear interest at the
rute of not to exceed five per cent
(5 ) per annum, payable semiannu
al y on the fint days of April and
October, principal and interest pay
able in fold coin at the office of the
Cour.ty T.ejurer in Keppner, Ore
(m r., or at the f iscal Agency of the
State of Oregon In New York City.
All bids mu.it be unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check for
The Court reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
The approving legal opinion of
Menr. Teal, VYinfree, Johnson A
VcCeHcch will b furnished the suc
GAY M. ANDERSON',
CoSnty Clerk, Hcppner, Oregon,
A Good Time
for the Inde
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
Dlfli itltT collnr nnO white bow miklle. The Suniliiy
ult, howeu-r, li a thing of Hie punt, tt wn an
extravagance to hnve a milt for only out cluy in
tha week. Monsiv or, the iniiii of toOiiy Initials on UvWif
comfortably '? o mumier Siintlny mornlnc And lilm
donning a buiiie milt for church, well pn a.cil tintl
enhniiced with nimrt hut. tie ami glove. If he fc-!
he must obxi'i-ve the ila.v by being the lensl bl
iincuinfortiiliii' In him v.cur the u'ii to tha mil tu
complete the mil lit.
Church ot'er, a long ufternooii uud evening
nfictid. the bulnes suit I put Bible In fnvor of
looae fliinneU, knickers, aoft ahlrta llli lurn-Uowti
collars. is vlotlu'8 that inukciiliu at li xne on
the golf lluka, ut th wheel of his ear or when pitch
Tin re la an old atiperallllon that the
dlnuiond originated In the tlrea of line
The atone wna particularly esteemed
In lluly lu the Middle agea, tia It wnf
supiHiaed to have the power of liuilu
tnlnlng harmony between htmliand am:
Englishmen Not Wanted
Ninety per rent of the forelcn cor
rospiindence clerks employed by Mg
expnrt Brum In tlreut Hritnln are for
elni rs. immy of w hom work for little
or no wues in return for the knowl
edge nnd experience they pick up.
Is often caused by an Innamert condition
rf ttie mucoue llnina of the Raatacltmn
Tube, when thia tube la Inflamm you
have a rumbling Bound or Imperte. t
hearing. L'nlraa tha iftftammatlvn can
1 1 roluced. your bearing may be de
HALL'S CATARRH MKDIC1XB Will
do what we claim for It rid your aystem
ef Catarrh or Deafness cauaed. by
flold bf all druggist for ever 40 Team
F J. Cnsney A Co Toledo. Ohio,
IO.NE I)lm: S. 120. A t'.AA.il
M.i'ta every Brat ami third Veiltir
of ii -h m i ith. W. M. . K. WhU. i
Sw. I.. K. Dick. '
f,(ict;sr ni ai'tkh No. mi. . r:
Meet the wfoml nn1 fourth Tile
dn.r of each month. W.M. Mra. Myi
th 'VVker; Hvt. Mm. Xiu t Ilhldle.
10.NB LOlMiK Xo . i::. 1
M.rta every Siittirdiiy evenlti. N
II., I'Vn'4 I i i I ' L
Itetter; Str. KnrleA. Urowu; Treii
E. J. lirlHtow.
ll('N('II(iItA.S.S HKBEKAH Xo. 91
1. 0. O. K. MeeU the llrat and thin!
Thuradiiy oft-acb iiionth N.U. Art lllo
Swuiih.iii; V, (i, Kttit Howell
Sec. Verdit UlUhle: Treiia. Etta Brla
Leave your watch repairing a
Swanson'a Feed and Supply Stori
for Haylor the Jeweler, Heppner.
YOU MAY WIN $1,500
It you srs att le ' the taint wer Js eul ot !
letters conulnsd la the aror4s "TOILET NECE&
5ITIES." Atoulet$ia IN CASH srli.s wll
bs twtrUi to competitors la this
CHEAT WORD-BUILDING CONTEST
Sa4 sump lor circular sa4 rules. A44rtst
n i hi hi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ni 1 1
Bible Thoughts for
With Long Life Will I Satisfy
Him, and al.ew lilm my sulvii-.
Hon. 1. 01 :1iL
O, Lord, navlv Thy Work
In the luldat of the yen re,
Whan th Uightsous lire In au
thority the peiiils) rejoice: but
when tha wl ked beureth rule,
the ieoil n.ourn. Pruv. 20:2.
t Have Fbnght Good Fight,
I have Dnlahed my rourae, 1 have
.et th fnlth. lleneeforth titer
la hihl up fr me a crown uf
rlihteottsneN. 11 Tim. :7.
Cause M to Hear Thy lovlna
klmlneits In the morning; for In
t 'I'lie do 1 trust ; cauae me to
I now the vri r wherein I should
ttulk; for I lift up my soul uuto
Thee. I's. 113:8.
Trust In th Lord with all
II. In heart; und Kau not unto
thine o n underatandlnK. lu all
thy ways ael nowletttte lilm, and
lie shall dire t thy paths, 1'ruv.
Be Thou my stroni huhltatlon,
hereto I may contlnuiilly re
sort ; Thou l ast given roinmnnd
nient to m nie; for Thou art
my rock an I my fortress. I's.
?H 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III H
Author ot a Famou Reply
t'uunt I'lerre t'Hiiibroiine, a celebrat
ed French yenernl. Is th reputeil an-
r hr of the much-quoted expreaaloc.
The ittlHrd tllea tint never aurren
l.m," which he 1 aaltl to have need
it Waterloo when uakrtl o aurrender.
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00V I. ail 8:00 P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor 8t5.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And Up
1. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
. Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner -: Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
Hcppner . Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
Eat tt the
Cood Meals Best of Service
. Lunch Counter
Dr. A. H. - Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
HEPPNER - .
Our pencils, tablets, erasers and other things that
BOYS and GIRLS
will need on starting to school arc
a nil every boy or girl who purchase
a tablet and pencil will be given it
Bristow & Johnson
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. BECK. Proprietor t
oncl looK over my
y Line of WorK Shoes.
l I have a good Moch of Gloves and
' Harness Supplies.
i Repairinp; at Reasonable Prices.
GEO. W. RITCHIE, Prop.
Wholesale and Kdall Dealer in
FRESH and CURKD MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
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
SEE ME BEFORE THEFIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice. in all the Courts
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner : Oregoij