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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1925)
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Friday, Nov. 13. 1925
So.lw ii griiKmr toou dust,
Soneir i GoJ to maa,
UStn Duty 1 i ff low, Thou m ut.
The ,oj.li tlifi, I cm.
A PLEA FOR PEACE
Up, Out of the shadows, 0 tins
of ths dawn,
Let cruelty, carnage and I at t Us
,Tls time to emerge fro .1 the
past we abhor.
The era of hatred, the epoch of
From the sin of deception in lend
ers of state.
From treacheaou treatie the
greed of the great;
From a paganish past where tom
From the night of the bludgeon
the day of the dirk.
Good luck to Locarno, and l.ail
- to The Hague.
They're findimg the path, though
the way may be vague.
Since God is in heaven, there
there must be a wav,
And heaven in man will hasten
Then up from the warpath 0 sons
of the dawn.
Let butchering, scalping and
bombing be gone.
Create a new epoch, heroic as
An era of saneness.a pageant of
WILLIAM S. Cordon
TEA, Chwxkill, Secrelatf
BORN TAILORS GUILD
Belts Versus Suspenders
nou ifvernl mm belli hav entirely ruplmed the oldtlm miopriuItT.
V Tliouanml of men never weiir suspenders at nil except with formal ilits
auiia. Those who cling to the older fashion claim U Is not good for one
l.enlih to draw ihe belt a. tight a U Is neeeMary to keep the trwww uft
while belt enthusiasts cwinteruel this hygienic consideration with chare
Hint suspenders ! maU' n "mn round-shouldered. J J , . ..
The kind of belt that Is worn, however. Is attracting a good deal of atton
tlon from smart dressers. Hells are netting wider, mure eolorful and In
greater range of material than ,vr before. There ar. th. usual be ., o
cowhide with smooth or pebble cn.li. Thee, rangt from on. to two nohc
In width and usually come In bbok. russet or cordovan l.ea.l er belt. ma;
also be had In bright colon suitr.l.le for sports wear and with light llui.neU.
Silk ud leather combinations are on ine mnrn,
as are the webbing belts In an almost eudloM variety
of regimental order. In wenrlnis multl-coloreU bell
select one of the colon as the key for socks, ties and
bordered handkerchiefs and stick to It throughout In
the matter of accessories.
Predictions an that suspenden will come back
to effect the new straight-drape trousers which are
to be the successor of the bell bottomed "bugs." Only
by hanging on the eight buttonhole of the suspenders
can this desirable straight line be obtained. A con
cealed suspender worn underneuth th shirt la due
to gain favor.
of war's infernal bondage.
Let us then as we pay tribute
to these who have paid the cost
of faith in a great delusion
highly resolve that these shall
not have died in vain", and that
the Angel song of peace on earth
shall smite the gates of heaven
in the grand chorus of all human
The circle of the year holds
many days to which special sig
nificance is attached. Some of
these are local and ephemeral in
their importance and are limited
in their significance by tie
boundaries of a nation or tha ex
tension of an idea. Ui such sre
the Fourth of July, or the FirU
of May or Thanksgiving day.
But there are days of which
the annual retnrn brings to mind
an event or an ideal ir.t.Tist
which is of unnversal moment;
which fr transcends the bound?
of nationality or creed and know
no limits but those of the world
and the race. Of such are Christ
mas day and Armistice day; The
one celebrating the birth of the
Saviar and the other commemora
ting the emergence of the pot tic
dream of universal peace, from
the shadows of propNcy upon
the stage of the actual.
We have celebrated tKh week
the 11th day of November anr!
have brought to mind the fct
that on that day in 1918, a titan
ic itrugle that had involved the
civilized world cam- to an end.
We have done well to do this
but we cannot fitly celebrate the
day unless we remember that
then was heard not only the wel
come command, Cease firing, l.ut
the first faint notes of the he iv
en born harmony of the peace un
iversal and everlasting. The sta
tisticians tell us that in ' the
course of four years of universal
war there were sacriliced on the
field of battle the stupendous to
tal of 18,000,000 human live and
the accumulated wealth of aes.
They do no tell us, but we know,
that in the narrow trenches of
that fearful cemetery that was
opened only to the manly youth
and vigor of the nations, there lies
burried many a holy and intpir.
ing vision, many a golden song
many a grand discovery that flue
had been given to the world and
that upon the necks of our chi d
ren's children will rest the j oke
Twenty miles to the n-rth
west of Philadelphia is a tract
of land that has been converted
into a spacious park. Thousand
of persons visit it each year, Lul
beginning June 1. 1926, wh?n the
Exposition opens in Philadelphia
it is expected to prove a mecca
for visitors from all part3 of the
Tne tract is Valley Forge,
where during the winter of 1777
and 78 Washington and the Con
tinental Army encamped and en
dured hardships and intense cold
in the cause of liberty.
Valley Forge has become one
of the greatest shrines of Amer
ican patriotism. Its roais and
lawns are well kept now, and
monuments to the brave men
who suffered there dot the land
scape, but in spite of this the
ground is much the same as it
was whtn . Wj;hir.gton nt-1 his
troops were encamped there.
The Schuylkill River still flows
by in impetturable serenity, and
Valley Creek still ripples past
the gray stone building that was
Midway up the valicy of the
crfek, a half mile from the river
into which the creek flows, is a
small building which, before rev.
olutionary days, was occupied by
a blacksmith and an iron iounder
Valley Forgo gets its name from
this old building.
The forge is reputed to have
been the first built in the prov
ince of Pennsylvania. Further up
the stream is a grist and caw
mill. The Brittish. prior to their
occupation of Philadelphia in 1777
burned the saw mill, but permit
ed the forge to remain unharmed
beleiving that they might be able
to put it into use for the casting
of cannon and other war time
metal working pursuits.
The story of the winter of 1777
and 7S'at Valley Forge is one of
dreadful hardships borne with
unconquerable spirit. There was
a desperate shortage of clothing
and lood. and many of the Con
tinental soldiers were forced to
go without shoes.
So ne ho v, by l v.y. so f
racriiice, endurance and fortitude
the dreadful winter months
were passed. Spring approached
and tre men became cheerful.
Then came the news that the
Brittish had evacuated Philadel
phia. On June 21, 1778, the
little army crossed the Delaware
in pursuit of the invaders, who
were ' hurrying to New York.
They fell upon them in upper
New Jersey and the Battle of
ION E LOlMiE No. 120. A.F. A.M
Mo-M every first and third Wednea
ofeuch month. W. M. . K. WnUer
S.-c. I K. Dick.
m 1 1 I M I H It I It IMtt'MIt
Bible Thoughts for
Hear, O Israslt th Lord our
. . . ...... n . i
God l on wru. i 'fin. u.i.
Thsr la No Fear In tov but
perfect lov casteth out fear.
I Johu 4:18.
O Lord, Bevlv 1'hy work In
th midst of th years. Hub.
Lev, Joy, Pc, longauffer
Ing, gentleness, temperance:
agnlnsi such ther Is no luw.
tlal. l:JX 23.
H That Will Love Life and
sea good days, let him refrain
his tongue from evil, and Ids
lips ti nt they speak no guile.
I Pet. 3.10.
In th Beginning Was ths
J Word, and the Word was with
(lod, nnd th Word was Hod.
All tilings were made by lilm;
and without lllm wns not auy
thing made that was made.
- John 1:1, 8.
Th Spirit of th Lord God
Is upon nie: because the 1am d
hath anointed in to prench
good tidings unto the meek: llo
hath sent me to bind up the
brokenhearted, to proclaim lib
erty to captives, and the open
ing of the prison to them that
are toud. Isa. tit :1.
H 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
I.OI UST CHAPTER No. lilt. O. K.
Meets the aerom! nnd fourth Tues
day of ei h month. W.M. Mr. Mjrr
tie Walker; S ic. Mm Sluts, IthMle.
IONE J.ODUE N '. i:f . '
Meet every Wuturdaj evening. N.
Q., bVnt 1 1 tic t I iff ' i k
better; Sec Earl A. Urown; Treft
BLXCHORAS8 HEBEKAH No. 01
I. O. O. V. Meets the first and Milrd
Tliursduy ofeacbtuonth.N.U. Am I. In
Bwauaon; V. tl. Etta llowill
Sec. Verdtt Ritchie: Trea. Etti rjn-tow.
Thus enbed the occupation of
Vallny Forge, but the park which
now mvks the spot of the histor
ic encampment will remain as a
prepetual reminder of the hero'c
sacrifices of Washington and
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
Our pencils, tablet, erasers and other things that .
BOYS and GIRLS
will need on ' starting to school are
a ndevery boy or girl who purchase
a tablet, and pencil will be given a
Bristow & Johnson
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; C. A. BECK, Proprietor
. nVe- 1 v-k 111.
, rtv ana iooi over my
Line of Worh Shoes.
i have a tfoo d atocK of Cloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00V M. an! 8:00 P. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUltCH
Sunday School at 10.00 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
Everything in the line of
hardware. If we havn't
got it we can get it
A. D. MCMURDO, 11 D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic BuiUlng
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
. Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the -
Cood Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
CEO. W. RITCHIE. Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Comnw.
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon.
SAM GANGER, Proprietor.
Nice Rooms. Good Service.
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DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
SEE ME BEFOK E TIIEFIRE
E C, WOOD
REAL ESTATE & '
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at La w
Will practice in all the Courts
Clyde R. Walker.M.D
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store.
IONE, . . OREGON
.Dr. F. E. Farrior .
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner , Oregon