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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1925)
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Fridayby, V j
i. V. HEAD, Kditor Publisher
One year. $I.$d
oix months ,72
Three months ..... 50
Euttwl tyi wq l cliitw matter nt
the piKtoffUv hi lono OrvKm, uu. lei
net i)f Mnrvh !t. lSTO.v
f " ' ; .- .. "
. If to do nrere ait rAsjr as to know
what io da, thBpfl ball beta churches,
X aaJ poor meat c'ltMc princes' pi
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I herad the bells on Christmas
4 Their old, familiar carols play,'
And wild and sweet k
I The words repeat , .
" Of peace on earth. good-will j to
Artd thought how, as the day, had
I Isikj Ik emer , ,
"" The belfries of all Christendom
Had rolled along
1 The unbroken eong ,
Of peace on1 earth; 'good will to
Till, ringW.sirtfng-ori ; its way
Z 'Ihe world revolved from night
t A voice? iirhime, ,
f A chant sublime
Of peace on earth, good-will to
t Thidf frorreach black'; accursed
And with the sound
The carols drowned
Qtjtfic on earth, good-wili to
' It war as if an earthquake rent
The hearth-stones of a continent,
And mad forlorn
The households born
: Of peace on earth, good-will to
roenl ' ; f -
: An1 in dVsp'air I bowed my heid
L"There is no peace on e arlh" i
Z'i said '; "' ' "
"For bate ja strong ? s .
17, And mocks the song ..... .
Of piace on earth,' good-will to
Then pealed the bells more loud
"Go J is not dead; nor dot a he
The Wrong shall fail,
The Right prevail,
With peace on earth, good will to
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Increase in the volume of
At frequent intervals some one-
dips pen in ink and bewails li e
increcse in number of legal en
actments and recites the fact
that the legislative bodies of 43
siates and the National Govern
ment are continualy grinding
out new laws.
There is doubtless some oci-as
ion for this lamentation in the
tendency that seems inherent in
some legislators to tinker with
the statutes and attempt to cover
every possible public or private
action with the provisions of a
statute, but the sum total of law
that are needlecs is but a small
proportion of the mass of legal
We are living in a changeing
age and new developments, in in
dustry communication. Social
conditions demand statutory def
inition and limitation.
To find fault with the statutes
that concern them is to findfau t
with the automobile, the teleph
one, the radio and the air ship.
Criticism of the activities of
law makers finds its strongest
support among those who have
been affected by, certain social
legislation which for the most
part has found its way upon tl e
statute books in response of i n
insistent public demand. In tl h
classification are the statu'cB
prohibiting and penalizing. Ih?
manufacture and sale of alcoholic
the sale of narcotic drugs end
thi traffic in girls. ) , j j
NOTE OF THANKS
Peace on Earth
Good will toward men.
tnd frit-nds- ftr th cfiWui U, . .
N(jndfo help tWy'gavd'usW rfcr wsJ
Notes of Interest to All '"
loss of shelter and belongings
We thank each and every one;
The Red Crass, the Church tiiries
and the friends and neighbors.
. Mr. and Mrs. .11. R Seely
, "Just like a gold mine" is a
common saving,, for the popular
view is that gold mining is a hiu'h
Iv profitably industry.' Yet the
total production of gold in the
United States lost year was .but
52.277.000, which is 'about the
same as the agricultural produc
tion in Yakima county, Washing
ton, this year. The. state of .K
braska boasts that its poultry
business each year amounts to
more thali the annual production
of gold in the nation. ,
- East Oregonion.
An Associated Press statement
hints that an .'oil company in
which Secretary Mellon Is a chiel
o ner escaped paying heavy ta
es. Hoorrors! The secretary has
been suspected -of helping An
drew at times, but tax dodging
A East Oregonian
; Household Nece$gity
Butcher You wunt oiue brulni.
; Hounow'lf It's, Jin(. hat
band lmn'l n- for t lonf (line.
ItoBretslve' GtMCer; - '
The subject' at the Christian
Church prayer meeting, is, tht
Sunday school lesson for the next
Sunday Leaders are chosen , at
each meeting for the next. Visit
ors corialy welcome. Meeting he
gins promptly v at 7:30 Hn the
A MAN OF SORROWS fi
pje is despised and rejected of
men; a man of sorrows and
acquainted mith grief: -and we
hidvas it were our faces iron
hi.-nr ho Waa rli-snised. ana we es-
curely he hath borne our griefs
and carried onr sorrows: yet we
did, esteem him stricken smitten
of God.' anV afflicted",' 11
nut he was wounded for our
transgeesslons, hu wbb brvls?d
for our iniquities:, the chastise-
I ...on Af m . . imanfl utij iinnn him
The' Junior Endeavors of the Bmj with his striues weareheaU d!
baptist church meets at 8 P.S SI.
cawu ouiiuuy. ,
TheBipliH Uidics Aid Sule
held at Mooi os siorj last Satur us all
day was quite successful. ,
A II we, like sheep, have gone
"ustray; we have turned every
one tohisown way;and the Lord
hath laid oi him the iniquity of
' Next Sunday morning the topic
at the morning service at the
Congregational church is
Isaiah, Chap. 51
The Chi itttmna Seal Sale is a
To Chtck Hit Appetif
Tin afraid, my dear, you'll have
An the cooking ignln."
t "Why or. .... t
th doctor tnyt 1 m"atlri(( 'too
Landing of the Tilgrim Fathers.
Wednesday evening was the
date of the regular meeting f
the Willow Branch a E. i Unioii.
'A number" attended from Ioil.
A detailed aecoimt of the meet
ing will be found on another fcge
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Two and one half years have
been added to the average life
expectation of every individual
by the decline in the tuberculosis
A NEW STEP -
1 nation wlii1 campaign to provide
.ui.uww - ' . J
carry on Miistructive work;
IT BREAKS 'EM, ALL RIGHT
Coca Have you read "To t Field
M..me"J. ' '
Cola No. Hoflr'do you gr-i m to
listen V-Americun Huy.
On Way to Do It
"So many automobile ! Hour d'
a tdetrlan cmwi the atreetr
"Now and then a car unit to crowi.
W-cro -irlfh It- ') i
BASE METAL, INDEED
'I ahould think that great automo
bile maker would he In constant fear
of beins arresti'd as counterfeiter."
"llann't he ninle every one of Ma
million of dollura out of tin?"
He hid eiprruiont fit and meat
And aicd ihtm lth tmpunliy
H alwajrt called hi hinda and fitt
Eah on "Qui t opportunity."
"What'a the cliuriieJ ",
"I mean for the ride
-not for Hit
Pw & Johnson
. BOOTS and SHOES'0!
PRIME groceries :
, , , i i : ...... v'i , i-.
H'l U'A 1 ' I I ." -.
" As Consistent With Good Quality ' '
i' ) t' -i ii.-i ii r )
.J !" "Ml J "V
Bon lnd, wluit W they mean hca
. 1 they aay In the liitory that In Hie old
daya tnuiiy men iiertnhcd by living
broken on the wheel? 1 '
L'ad Why or win, I really can't
tell yoii they certainly didn't liat
automobile that far bach.;.
Farmer I'licls I dont Ilk Hits
here crop movement a hit I
City Meet Oh, how do you do It,
I'ncle? I'v never heard of that
IOXE r)Ir,K No. 120. A K. A A.M
Met'W every 11 rat mill third Weiliiee
ofeiieh month. W. M. V. It. WnUrr
Sec. I j. K. Dick.
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LOCUST CHAI'TEK No. 119. O. E.
Mafja Uie yB').i fvnrth Tue
riny ul kU luiiull, U'.M, 11 ra. 'y r
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4l Wt vvefy Saturday rBliig. N
0 , Uerxen Idbetttir WU.iKfiniiPlI
Morjcnn: See Edrle h. Uro ur Tr a-
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BUXCHunAMg KLBCKAU til
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'huradny ofeiicli uiontruN.fJ. Jlrvl In
Iwanaun; V. U. Etta HowfU
Terdu lUtchto: Trena. Ett BrU
Rev. W.' W. HEAD.! pastor
11:00 A. M. and , 8:00 P. M
FIR3T' CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10.00 ', A- M.
Prayer Meeting Thurg. Evening
Services ' ' " ' '
10:00 A.' M. and 8:00 P M.
FIRST BAPTISE CHUaCH
Sunday School at 1C.0OA.M :
Junior Endeavor st5.30 P.M. -
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7 JO P.M
t IONE HARNESS SHQP . i
C.A. DECK, Proprlwtof ni iufi ur iJ
il Mftici U -..i nt
ii 'j jj
nd looh over my-
Line of WorK Shoes, t
l have a ood sioch of Cloves and
t; ... , . Ifarneas Supplies.' "
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
s i ",!'-..i i . - ... j
1 ' " ; ' . ; . i i "i M i i,
' : Peterson Pros. , Props. . i
.Wholesale and Retail Dealer In I . ;.
FRESH and CURED MEATS ,
, ' . Your Patronage Solicited.' " j " - '
, ' ' ; . i i.. t i . i i t' " t...
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suits Made To Measure
: PRICE, kjv
$29.50 'i ' And . f . . Up
. , - Satisfaction Guaranteed .
' - ! Heppner, Ore. '
Everything in the line of
hardware. If vc havn't :
got it we can get it ; v '
quick. v :
A. D. MCMURDO, UL D.
' Physician and Surgeon
., Office in Masonic BuiIJU.it
1 Trained Nurse Assistant'
Heppner : Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
. Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building.
Heppner Oregon :
When You Visit Heppner
, Eat at the '" ;' I
Good Meals Best of Service
'"' ' "Lunch Counter ' f
Dr. i A. ' Hi ' Johnstoji
Phone-Offiee ii Main 08,1
(. ii;, Residencen A Main 492
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer- " ,
cial Table First Class. A home away from i
home, with best meals In Central Oregon. ".. !
,ii I'V.vl I..I
f SAM GANGER, Proprietor.
Nice Rooms." Good Service.1
Farm I Implements
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES, .
, "MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTORr
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.7
PAUL G. BALSIGER
- Ioi'je, Oregon i-''l-'i
"""""" B i"iiiamy
SEE ME BEFORE THE HRE '
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE & ; I, J
... in INSURANCE ... v
IONE, . . OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at lirw
i t "" I ' '
Will practice in all th Courts
, . Physicfanand Surgeori j
Eyes examined & Glasses fitted
'' 3 Office In Drug store.
IONE, . .
Dr. FE. FarrioP
a 4. Ji H t
Office: Odd Fetlows Building
HEPPNER - OREGON
.Heppner ; Oreorjj
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