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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1925)
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IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1925
Ralph Phillips left Sunday for
a short stay In Portland,
J. F. Lucas drove to the I) die
Saturday where ho transacted
Miss Agatha Breshoars of lone
pent aeveral days duilng IhbI
week with Mrs, Cay lie Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Cox accomp.
anted by Mra. Sudie Lewis paid
He ppner a business visit on Wed
nesday of the past week.
Lexington Gramirar school
foot ball team, winner of l!I pre
cei'ing games, faced Heppi.tr
Smui.'ay afternoon and won ly a
sc r-.,f 19 io 18. A good crowd
u out- hard playing from boi h
Lexington and lleppner. Vernon
Scott, Lexington center, deaeivi-s
special me uion at do also (Jim i d
fccMillen llulf back, Warner
and Kiwlit end, Hill. Laurel Rule
intercepted Heppner'a pass and
ract d 75 yards dowd lieid and
won for Ltxinitton by one point.
A recent Issue o the Portland
Telegram contained the picture
of young Uulh Dingrs, fortnrr
Ixington gill accompanied l
a write up ctimmeming upon her
ability as a tt JdVn,
Kuth, daunhter of Mr. and Mrr.
Harry Dinges was known as a
Ira If r in Lexinuton achools. Now
at the early aye of ten she h in
UUh achoitl. She resides with
he f'tii ru-r rv.hnm
THOUGHTS OF HOM1
"Tea," droned the wide, "thle li the
Been at mm pt imetal itfiheaval.
Great rocks were lun about by a
Stunt hand. 8treanvi were burled from
Ihrlr boi. At )iit ace, ninfunliiti
relitna every here."
"I'll bet (lit apart t.irnt e n!i' -l I
irnnawa looks .r" .. '
INDEPENDENT JOB PRINT-
B -CO( D Work and REASONABLE Trices
i : it!
Boost (he Bank that Boosts
When It come to a choice between home folks and
outsiders home folks come first. Isn't that the
way you k about It?
This if n home Institution. We are working for the
good of our community, for the prosperity and develop
mcnt of this section, and for the individual welfare of our
friends and neighbors. That has always been our policy
and always will be our policy.
For that reason we like to see the money that is earned
here, spent here and circulated here for the benefit of
' The resources of this bank represent the deposits of those
w ia ransact business with us. And the more use they
mike of our facilities and the mote they co operate with
us the grsater service we are enabled to render them in
Bank of Bone
Capital and Surplus $35,000.p0
HIGH SCH031 PLAY
I LARGE AUDIENCE ENJOYS
ARRIVAL OF KITTY
The lone High Schoo'
presented, The "Arrival of
Kitty" , a three act comedy in
a full house lust Friday evening
Nov. 20, in the High School Hud
David Head who took the part
of Sam, the negro made clever
remaika and did funny tricks
while on the stjtc
Mary Fletcher took the part
of Aunt Jane, the old maid who
had a perfect horror of strong
drinks and actres-ts. I
John Graves took the purt of
Hubbie Huxter where he disguis.
i'd Lirntielf as Kitty Lenders, jhi
actress, plaved by Kuth Swanson
Ills gracefullr.esa as an act rut
made him an attractive maiden.
Another one of the inter stint
characters in the play was B-n
jnmin More, played by Huston
Hryaon, He fell in love with both
Jane, played by Ina Moigan am.
Kilty, Bubble Baxter at firM
sight, but he wat turned Jowi
by both of them and finally haf
to tnary AuM June, ti e old inun
T he cat included:,
William Winkle -Clell Ida.
Tinifi Be l by Flojd Grubil'.
Sam. negro iBiv id Head.
Babbie Baxter-John Graves
Jane Ina Morgan.
Aunt Ja-ie-Miry Fletcher.
Suzeite, the maid Arleta Far
Kil'y Benders Until Swanson.
Btt jamine More llmton Br)
Afierlhe (lay t.ie cart enjojed
a feed together in the home ec-
Domestic Art Girls
Are Cood Cooks.
That fhe demestic art girla of
the high school can cook as well
is sew was demonstrated when
they made and sold taffy, fudge
and popcorn balls the night of
the High School play.
The girls made a total of $710
which will probably be usd to
buv some supplies for their dcm.
stic art room. j,
Four roome-1 apartment over
the printing office. Kate ten dol
lars per month. Water and electric
light connections are madi.
Great Master of Music
Under Heavy Handicap
There i fu' ltiiircKH on Unit
Iteethoven In hi Inter years was utile
to pluy beautifully, despite III rtenf
ness. Tills M-emed to Incredible l
nne a ho has always I.tsfsted with hi:
plum, pnplln "Hint the em I the great
est gulili to good plum fort ,tn lits.
I hnt tin carried hi Investigations tii
die contemporaries of hoven.
finally, a trustworthy account of bis
playing was found In the niitnblocra
I'lijr of I.udwlg SHhr unbiased le
cause KHihr waa a great friend of
Iteethoven. Iteethoven did not play
well after he had lout his uearliiR.
The following li translated somewhil
literally from HHihr'a aiitohiicrnihy.
SMihr went to a rehenrMil at whleli
lleethoveii played one of hla trli.
"The Iniiirnwlon was had, alne
Iteethoven from the very flrnt note
tiliiyed the ilno very poorly. It
olivloiin thiit Iteethoven heard Ittentl
ly iiothlnit, and alxo that there wna no
remmint left of the vlrtuimlly he imi
ed when he had hl full pnwrra of
hearing. In forte paai!ea he played
loud Hint the wlrea rliixhed, and tu
!limo pnaiuiKea to aoftly Dint whole
tirotiia of note were entirely tnnnril.
hie. IenfneM ta a terrible- aPllrtion
fit anyone, but for the umxlcr It l
The Legion Theatre hn" the
following pictures contract. I for
for, and wid show tnem n the
ordt r named. This is the very
hest list of pictures that was ever
kt I 1 a. n nr. A ... . -H,
of your support;
Njv. 28. The Thundering Herd
Dec. 5, Miss Bluebeard
, . 12, Burke & Kelley
Mother 0' Mine .
,, 19, Peter Pan
,, 25 2G, The Ten Command
Jan. 1, ' Morton of the Movies
, , 9, Tounges of Flame
, , 16. Forty Winka
, , 23, Story without a nsfme
,, 30, The top of the world j
Feb. 6, Coming thru
, , 13, The Bolder Ltgion
, , 20, The goose hangs high
, , 27, Wander of the waste
land. Mar. 6,
. , 10.
, . .17.
Code of the weBt
The devi's ca-go
The a'r mail
The Cl irmer!
Old home veek
The Bhock Tdnch
The niiiht club
An parents p ;ople
Oaths to piradise
Light of wester stars
'Cut this out and keep it "
future reference. We will oi.ly
raise prices when the trice of
program compels us to. Dont
mlns a dingle number of this con
trBCt. American Legion
Reception And Dinner
Tendered Dr, Walker
and Mrs. Walker.
On the eve of their departur
for Vale. O-egon, the scene of
trie ur t. future practice, aorr p
limentary dinner was civjn in
their honor at the Masoic lla;i,
in lone on Saturday tv tuning.
Dinner was served at 0:00 F M
and at the close of the table ser
vice' the r.o n wai el;ared an''
I ;.ait8 and ci.vcrrUoi feaiui-
(he rema ti 'er of a very plea
In the course of the evenii
Mrs. Walker was called to th
W. M's. station and presented b
Mrs. Kuth Mason, rn bebail o'
Dorcus Chwpter O. E S. with
token of nit-'rly and ftatemb
affection and nppn c . tio i.
Mrs. Job i Wiaiiiori'orJ o
Crags Range Montana, r.d he
mother, Mre. Ljda Miuhell
have been visiting in (one a-u
vicinity this week. Wed net u
they went to Echo, from whenc
thep will reiurn to Grass ft'ingt.
Prtiidu-r Head and eons ant !
Fred Gnifm and wife were th
Tharksgivirg guests of Mr. an
Mrs. Gtorge Hitchie.
The leader of the pray r n:ce j
ing at the Cur s ian Church wt i
be id it s ThtltiM lotbes.
Pastor Ileid of theCongrtgat
ioiihl Church preached aTiianke
giving sermon to a good tizit
coi grt gaooir at Morgan schto
house, I h Jr.iuay uf lei noon.
Lee Howell and family, Mrs
I'jiLis and Tr.eluia, peni Tliatu
giving day with Grant Olden ant.
family out on the farm.
George Ritchie has sold his
butcher business to Victor Peter
8Jn and his brother, who wu.
take charge on tho first of D c
Wait Cot ley has t-o his black
smith business lo Mi. I - J OMtai
who has tkken chuige of thebhu
and is n-ady lor Lusnabd.
Baptist Lfcdies Aid will havs a 'E5
fancy work and looJ sale arSs
Moores Store on St, Dec. the 12.
When Sabbath Wan Day
of Rigid Observance
In Connecticut. H-rhnps more thiu
anywhere clue, 8uiulny was a sort of
popular Idol, nor did the rlpir of Ms
ohservance abate percepllbly until long
after the Revolution.
This extreme scrupulosity about
Sabbath ' keeping wus doubtle tiie
moving cause of the building of the
"Siibhath-diiv houses" : thre were lit
tle si.iinties standing on the melius s QSjj prjces which you cannot afford to overlook.
house green, each Intended to accom- r 1 "
niodate a family during the lutrrvm 3UV VOUf WiniCr SUPDlV ROW
between the two services. . S 1 . . ZS
Some Sulilmtli-thiy houses were built E3 3
with a stall at one end to shelter the S 3
horse, while the fmnlly took refi.'3 Ins 3
fti.A niiiui ttlt.r iluti-M wns chltiinev ZZ
and a meaner furniture of rude s.-uts
' - .
and a table.
1 Inp. nn nrrtviil hi.fnra the Hrst scrv-
ct the owners lighted 0 lire and tie
posited their luncheon, and to thl
rampllltc place they ciime hack l esii
their doiiKlinuts and thaw .themselves
out after their first long sltlln In llif
Arctic cliinnte of the meeting house.
Sometimes two families bud a Sub-
bath-day house together. t
Rut some parNhc In Massachusetts j
and perhaps elsewhere, had a commot.
"noon house" for all comers to rest In
Fireside aMsemhlaiies on Sunday S
whether In the parsonage or the noon S
house, were In danger of proving de- Ej-j
lllthtful to those who were prone to je-j
enjoy the society of other hiiuinn bo- g-s
lugs, and bence the pastors "were pu -3
upon their best contrivances" to have' 3
most of the Interval between the serv
Ices tilled up with the rending aloud r:
of edifying books and other exercises
calculated to keep the mind In a be
eomlngly Irksome frame. I'lillaUal-.
tibia lnnulrer 1
Before and After
She's doggone dear.
But, oh, what a difference. I
Dr. W. W. Kettle, of Portland
has ariived to take up the- prac
tice of medicine in lone, his card
will be found in another column.
Bor the present Dr. Kettle
will maintain his residence and
office in the house formely occup
ied by Dr. Walker.
His telephone number is mai.
43. ur. Keuie g limiiy Will re
main in Portland until the end of
the current school year.
Thankgiving services at the
Cong. Church were well attended
IUin I Rain ! How beautiful it
he rain! The added cause Jot
thankfullness came to the people
if Morrow couhty, very appn p
i"'y, on Thankpgiving Day In
Reshape of a gentle retsifttnt
nd gentle rain Praise God from
whrm a'i blessings flow.
The Dorcai Society of the C tig
rfgutional church will ho'd tht r
innoal sale on Saturday Dc. 5,
at the McMunay building.
Sticks to It
"l your new t-!ing linu-;lrloiit '
"Vea, lie never givi u a erir
or Salt Lake City at very
reasonable round trip fares.
Let us help you plan your
Itinerary, quote you fares,
and mcke all your arrangement.
J. II'. Hawk Ag-nt.
I have just received a lare shipment of High Grade
CANNED GOODS i
which wer bought at right prices and off r them at j
ni.an i m rt. ii
soiiuracK lomatoes to
Solid Pack Tomatoes 2 lb
Best Standard Corn 2 lb can 15 ct. $3.60 per case.
3est Standard Teas 2 ib can 15 ct $3.60 ptr case g
Preferred Stock Corn 2 Ib can 22 ct. $5.00 per case. 3
Fine Cranulated Cane Sugar at $6.50 der sack 1
3perry Drifted Snow Flour. None better. Buy now as S
prices are advancing.
Oasii in Sahara
That It Productive
The otmti of Adrar la In the western
part of the Sahara deaert In Nrth .
Africa, enat of the Spanish poaiemilon
of Itio de Oro. of which It formerly,
constituted a part. A connldernlile
portion of lt 30,000 munre miles la
fertile lund on which datea and grain
grow. Oat riches are raised for their
fciithers ami unit Is mined. Due to
Its position on the cnnivnn route f
Sli.rocto It la of eonalderahle lnior
tance. The Inlmliltunta are for the
moat part Iterliers, says the Deorhorn
An Immense system of suhterrunenn
aiueducts, whose origin Is lost In mi
tlqulty, supillea the oasis with wuier.
Not even the lecemla of the ino-l un
dent native trlles contain a history of
their beginning. Ailrnr lies at the l.ot
toni of a natural depression tfir-t a
marvelous Irrigation system connect
with reservoirs feeding the surround
ing plains at a higher elevation. The
nntlves with no Itetter Implements
tlmn rude scooa and picks have, dux
at a depth of from YJ) to 200 feet le
-low the surface of the desert. Fps
clous tunnels that extend for miles.
It rains but once In ten years at any
given point In the Sahara, and this
, parse rainfall Is conserved by collect
log the ground moisture from a great
expanse of territory at Adrar.
TF YOU hae Berer been to
Caliibrnia it should be the
effort of your life to go.
Representatives of the
Will gladly furnith you illustrated booklets giving
complete information about this land where the
sun ihii. -i most of the time and where you can
enjoy ou -uf-door life all the time.
Convenient train connections either via Portland
. n t t or . m M
tan uu. st.to per cuc.
can 15 ct. $3.60 ' case. S