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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1926)
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by,
J. V. HEAD, Editor-Publisher
One year. $1.50
Six months ,72
Three months 50
Entered no wcomI cIiimm mutter nt
the pent of (lor a I one Oregon, uitiU'r
art of March 3, 1879.
Friday, Jan. ,8 1926
The Federal Unfon:
It must he preserved.
Now France through faith
subdues her fears,
And German foemen speak
While earth uplifts a morn
And weary nations wake
In terms of help, and not
The compact of a comrade
And bid the better night
Before the banner of the
Prime minister and chancel
Give palm of peace for
sword of war:
"Across the table" they
United Europe, great and
Across the table let us sight
The new world order right
As each for all, and all for
The hand of brotherhood
Across the distance and
the deep -Let
Till grace of God and love
Shall all the severed peoples
Itf Arthur Bard will Patten
Not many days ago in Port
land, an officer of the law in the
course of his duty shot crimin
al and fatally wounded him.
A good many people at once be
came vocal in pity for the dead
desperado and condemnation ol
Some of them rushed into
print and one, a clerk of a dist
rict court, recently occupied
nearly a column in The Oregon
ian in heaping ridicule and abuse
upon the officer and atteniptny
to excite sympathy for the crim
We feel that the officer pursu
ed the only course that was 0(.en
to him. It was no more incumbent
upon him to go in and drag the
prisoner out of his hiding place
than it would have been to have
attempted the capture of a mad
dog by taking him by the ears.
Umatilla county Oregon once
had a sheriff who treated his
prisoners with courtesy and kind
ness. His conduct toward his pri
aoners was predicated on the
principle set out in the poetic line.
Be noble and the nobleness
In other men sleeping but
Will rise in majesty to greet
This sheriff is no longer in the
land of the living.
A monument recites that three
criminals whom he trusted con
spired to shoot him tj death and
accomplished the design,
The clerical gent who, from
the cloistered seclusion of his
court room, sneers at Phearless
Philips, and sheds maudlin tears
over tne unhappy fate of Trask,
the thug, wilt do well if, before
he indulges In further censure
and ridicule he puts on the badge
of a ptace officer and brings a
few hard boiled moodshiners and
yeggmen to the bar of justice.
"Dldja Alice Terry In 'Sock
cUth and AiheiT
"No, but I taw Oltda Orejr In juir
l tUhti," Inn Btiite Froth.
Correspondent Miss Edith Ely
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ely re
turned from Portland Tuesday.
District No. 5 held a school el
ection Saturday afternoon fcr
the purpose of electing a direc
tor to take the place of B F Mor
can. Chester Hutchcroft whs el
ected to fill the vacancy.
Mr. Alfred Troeilson and wife
were calling on Mr. rnd Mrs.
Chester Hutchcroft Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. FD Ely. Bert
Palmateer, Ista Bauernfeind and
son, and Mr. and Mrs. II 0 Ely
and family were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R E Hai
bison and son on Friday.
Walton Young returned to lone
after spending most of the Christ
mas vacation with his cousin Zoe
Mr. Bob Harbison returned to
Eugene to resume his studies at
the U of 0 after spending the
Christmas vacation with his folk
Mr. and Mrs. R E Harbison.
Morgan school started off a
gain with a snap after trie weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Pettijohn
and family and Ellis Minor and
were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs Fred Pettijohn.
Man' i Lot of Trouble
If man had beii creuted without
beard be would bav saved quite a bit
of trouble, time and expense, aay a an
The ear to ear measure on the iter
Sk't man'a (ace la 12H inches, and
from where his beard starts on his
throat to bis chin and bene to the
niiper Hp la i Inches.,
Thla area must be shared every day.
If a man wishes to be spruce and
Is shsylof, two strokes ore made for
every Inch, so that every day be ii't
over about 08 Inches of apace.
In a year this amount to
Inches and In a lifetime it totals 20
If a man takes five minutes dally to
shave himself, at seventy be will huve
spent a total of 73 days In shaving,
uvs the writer.
An Itallnn soldier, who was declared
dead during the war, but Insists that
he la very much alive, la having an
embarrassing time. He has married
since, and the government Insists upon
paying bis "widow" tils pension, lie
hue also received a nice medal reciting
his good deeds and the battle In which
he died. Ills name stands engraved
Uon a monument to "our bero dead."
In fact, the war department refusrs to
concede IhnJ h U bt.il alive.
lie la now making the government
testify against Itself, because the
scurvy Income tai collector not only
believes he la alive, but Insists Uxn
making the usual collections In the
usual harsh way. Los Angeles Times,
Longer Short Circuit
"Wbafl the matter, dearr
"Can't get this confounded self
starter to work. I think there must be
abort circuit somewhere."
"How, annoying! "Can't you length
A'niess you, no," was the reply.
"T!:ey didn't have a sauceoaa. m
"f' !'3" I' " H' Tt H' T TT
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
Notes ot Interest to AH
The annual roll call and the el
lection of officers of the Christ
ian church was held last Sunday
afternoon. All of the last years
officers were reelected. M K Mr
gan is chairman of the board of
directors, Mrs. Earle A Brown is
sec. and treas. and Lee Howell
Sunday school supt.
The business meeting was pre
ceded by a sermon preached by
Kev. Ware who is holding a fpec
iul servies of evangelistic ser.
vices with the Church of Christ
A business mealing of the C E
Society of the lone Christian Chu
rch was held in the church par
lors last Wednesduy evening.
Some routine matters were dis
posed of and at the close of the
business session the y oung people
enjoyed a pleasant social hour
At the close refreshments were
The C E Society of the Congre
gational church elected officers
last Sunday evening. The offic
ers elect are;Pres. Dorris Gunzei
sec. Luella Beck, treas. Alfred
Balsiger and Elva Balsiger pian
The Dorcas Society of the
Cong. Church held its annual
meeting Thursday and elected
officers for 1916. The of ticers el
ect are: Pres. Mary Swgnson,
Sec. Mrs. Young, Treas. Ljdis
Add Motoring Perth
line nt Attlebc.ro'x lain little
nialdvua has beeu having a rush Jl
done at the dentist's. A broken tooth
needed expert attention. It waa no or
dinary mUhap, the breaking of that
tooth. She and he were motoring nnd
while kisses were being exchanged the
car bit a particular:) rough spot In the
road. There was a facial collision In
which lips proved Ineffectual bumpers,
two sets of teeth met bead on and
then came concern on his part, lamen
tation on her. part, and the enlisting of
the dentist's services to repair dmn
iuet sustained in an unusual way.
IONE I)I.K1E So. 120. A.K. & A.M
Meets every firnt nn third Weilnea
ofem-h month. W. M. V. It. WhUit
Sec. L. K. Dick.
LOCUST CHAi'TKK No. 110. O. K.
Mwta the second and fourth Tue.
dny of each month. W.M.Mrs. Myr
tie Walker; S.-C. Mra. Nina lUrlill.'.
IONE LOlxiKNo. I.1.V LO. O.P.
Meets every Hntiirdny evening. ,V
0. , Uericen Ledfoetter; V, O. Ktlnuiii
Morgan; Sec. Earle A. Drown; Tr. ru
E. J. Brlatow.
BUNCHOKAS8 KEBEKAH No. ill
1. O. O. F. Meets the first and third
Thursday ofeach month. N.O. Arvi.In
KwfiiiHon: V. i. Etta Howell
jsec. Yerda Ritchie: Tias. Etta Biin-
BIBLE READING FOR
The King's Welcome
Then shall the King say unto
them on his right hand, come, ve
blessed of my Father, inherit the
kingdom prepared for you from
the foundation of the world: for
I was an hungered and ye gave
me meat: I was thirsty and ye
gave me drink: I was a stranger,
land ye took me in; naked, and
ye clothed me: 1 was sick, and ye
visited me; 1 was in prison, ard
ye came un;ome. Then shall the
righteous answer him, saying,
Lord, when saw we thee an nun
gred, and fed thee? or athirst,
and gave thee drink? And when
saw we thee a stranger, and took
thee in ? t r naked and clothed
thee? And when saw we thee
sick, or in prison, and came unto
tne? And the king shall answer
and say U'tto them, Verily I say
unto vou, Inasmuch as ye did it
unto one of the least of these my
brethren, even these least' ye did
it unto me'
When an Edinburgh councillor was
traveling to London there waa an old
man iu the mime carriage lo whom he
Hike several times without netting
a reply. Jim as they Reared the end
of the Journey the old mau leaned for
ward and a .ked, "Are we near King's
The councillor told the old man
that he thouk'ht him very lll-nmit-liered
for not replying when apoken
lo curlier In the day.
Bald the aged traveler: "Man, 1
was feared to answer ye. Ve are
awfu' like a photygrapb I saw in the
paper of murderer." London Tit
Ulta. CHURCH DIRECTORY
Rev. W. W. HEAD, PaHtor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 .A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH
Sunday School at 1C.0O A.M
Junior Endeavor st5.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P. M
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Heppner :- Oregon
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When You Visit Heppner
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Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
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As Consistent With Good Quality
J IONE HARNESS SHOP j
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Drop I n and looh over, my
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1 I have a goo J t,toch of Cloves and
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'Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
' T. E. Peterson, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
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Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
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SEE ME BEFORE THE FTRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
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Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Court
. IONE, OREGON
W.W. KETTLE H.D.
Physician and Surgeon '
Eyes examined & Glasses fitted.
Office in Drug Store.
IONE, . OREGON
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Office: Odd Fellows Building