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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1926)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by,
J. V. HEAD, Editor Publisher
One year.,... $1.50
Six months . ,75
Three months 50
Entered n second cIhhh luutUTnt
the pcstoMice at lone Oregon, under
act or Mnivli 3, l.sTit.
Friday, March 5 , 1926
To tee her is to lovt btr,
Ami lort but her forever;
For Saturt mailc btr fiat the i:
Ami atrer made another,
NO MAN KNOWETH HIS
When he who from the scourjre
Aroused the Hebrew tribes to
Saw one fair region, promised
And bowed him on the hills to
God made his grave, to men
Wnere Morb's rocks a vale
And laid the aged seer alone
To slumber while the world
Thus still, whene'er the good
Cloe the dim ey on life and
Heaven watches o'er their sleep
PUPILS AND TEACHERS.
Many of the difficulties which
beset children could be avoided il
the parents understood the sshoo,
better and realized how much
their cooperation helps, the aoc
ialions say. The suggestions fo
Arrange the breakfast and
l...U I .1 . . .
lunL-n nours bo mat mere is no
rushing at home or at school
hncourage punctuality and
regular attendance, noi permit
ting trifles to interfere.
See that the children are dress
ed simp'y, neatly, modtstly and
suitably, in accordance witli the
Insist upon cnildren under four,
teen having at least ten hours
Find out hov much timeBhould
be devtied to home work, and
see that it is faithfully do.ie.
Provide a q aiet place for home
study, with good light and vuitil
Show an interest in the child-
rens school work, athletics and
Visit the class room durine
Open School Week, and at other
times for a better understanding.
Do not criticize the teacheis or
scnool at all within the cnildrens
hearing. Always hear both sides
of the qnestion and ask the teach
er about it
I : . .. . ...
insuii in me cnildren habits of
oiHsuience ana respect for auth
ncture the scuool as a happy,
desirable place rather than as one
children should dread.
Kep in mind that the school
Erick'$ Good Qualities
In a hullilliw It Ik not possible in
have rent heatity without at rend It.
The eye cannot he tlioroiiKhly null
fled If lu the mind lurks thi rtitiRi-loti-nea
thut the HiYhlttH't'i creation Is
to lie vunqulHhoO In tha buttle with
time. Time ta powerlewi to mnr the
beauty or to sup the strength of brick.
Oeneratlona nmy come and ro, hut the
sturdy brick walla of the homestead
stay on. Ilrlck may reach a venerable
old aire It never reaches the atate
of decrepitude. Brick comes from the
bosom of Mother Karth, . in the form
of plastic clay; It la hardened by the
most powerful agency known In the
world fire and la proof again! the
further attacks of tire; It deltea wind
and ruin; It Is aa enduring as eurth
Itself. Kxchii n ge.
II I I I I I I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 H I
Loral people, boost your town; run
It up, Instead of down.
IWtliig Is (lie thing It needs If It
prospers and succeeds.
All Its benefits lire yours while your
dwelling here endures.
From a purely selUsh view, boost
ing It the thing to do.
Hut there's still another aide that
f having civic pride.
CltUens must every one lend a hand
and get thing done.
Never knock; It doesn't pay; boost
ing la the better way,
1K not kick, but boost, Instead;
that's the way to get ahead.
This la how to build your town;
talk It up, but never down. Ily Hie
Rooster of the Tlfton (llu.) Gutettr.
t. wib syuw
To call its inmate to. the sky.
. -William C. Bryant
Till the pure spirit comes again
Though nameless, trampled, and offw unlimUed opportunitle8 lQ
orol tnose who take advantage ot
Hit servant numoie asnes lht!mt parenU M Wel, n
Ue, Plan to meet nrhe
Yet God hath marked and sealer". lhtt gchoo,It wj hgp
understand your children better.
Mothers should arouse the inter
est of fathers in the school activ
ities and get their cooperation.
If there is a parents' association
in vmir Sfhr.nl inin if If in
Sympathy in criminal cases la wh f 0e?Int.iii.
Often misplacea. I eent cooperation hrinu snlenrtirl
m . , , . i : i" f
ine criminal is oiien n rcviy iPp.ur. tn Bn
imais particularly me case wnep , tht ,,, ot ,h wld VrlMw Cnrk
a Considerable time elapses be- a mining ramp Jndite. upon finding the
tween the eommision of a crime b,d "'"P hanging by tht
flaWar rnm m J a
.. .k. t.I.I f fU. ..ra.tnlnr . " " " " " 'wi, wim ma
auu iui tnai vi iut ui . KnDll. 1wi K-hlnH him . .1. .... i.
, , i " .Mi, i u fiue
rewoeoDie unaersiana mere
are three parties concerned in
the issue: the criminal, his victim
and the public who must infalib y
lurnish the additional victims it
the criminal is released.
ADDarantlj there has been a
turn in the tide of public feeling
nd from now on we expect to
see the law enforced with greater
vigor and greater consideration
for tne innocent public.
A CAPTAIN B?LD
nip pocket and $23.10 la tin oilier.
reached this decision :
"If the co't know itself, and the co't
think It do, It allow this hyar man
came to death from mmc unknotted
causes at the hands of persons un
knowed to this co t and the co't fines
me corpse 125.10 for carrying con-
cealed weapons." Everybody's Maga-line.
Captain Pamphlet professed
surprise at the convict.on of Ms
men. "I. alone," he said, "was
responsible for the position of
The worthy captain, or perhaps
we would better say, wily cip-
liin attempts to befog the issue
His conviction was the result
not of being inside the ocean
Boundary line out 01 hawng a
thousand eases of contiad in
the hold of his ship.
As to his men, they were mis
taken as to the danger, not the
nature of the enterprise in which
they were engaged.
They were told that the wages
were better than the established
rates, that there was little danger
of being caught, and that, if they
were, their employers would have
the will and the power to protect
them. The danger wu greater
than they thought and their
employers proved powerless to
The Storage Battery
The storage battery of a radio set
requires greater attention than the au
tomobile battery, because there la na
generator to keep it charged as tha
current I used.
Street lighting cost are low. flt.rla.
tlci show tiiat for every dollar of city
lag, street lighting tal mar run from
28 ceuta to 48 centa. For a really good
lighting, the annual expenditure should
be f 1 per capita per year, accordlnt- to
experts. Only nine states spent mora
than 00 centa and of these only tour
spent more than SI,
Cavt Husband' Rtfugt
EiiKttHiurne, Kn.laml. cull hardly
hoat tin Interesting eccleslustlcal his
tory, and the most famous of Its old
time pursuits seems to have been Jou
athuu larby, says the. I.tmdou l'n-,1.
I'arsou Darby had been somewhat un
fortntiate In the choice of a wife, uml
to repair the mistake sought peace for
atudy and meditation In a cave in the
cliff at Knst Iiean. In this retrcut lie
stayed all the week, out of rutige of
Mrs. Darby's tongue, and Iwut'd forili
only on Sunday to conduct the service
To Develop the Armt
Stand erect, strsirh your arms out
forward and clench the finis tightly.
Holding your arms as stiff aa possible,
bend wrists outward and Inward 15
times, with precision of niovetiu-nt.
Next, holding your arms In the same
position and clenching the fists, twist
the forearms aa far around aa pos
sible, first one way, then the other.
Itepeat 13 times.
U$e ot Stone
One meant of adding permanence
and a sense of strength to the better
home Is the nae of stone. No material
lends Itself so easily to more dignified i Sunday
treatment or- has the lasting qiinlltU-s
which ran go down through the a .'hi
Bible Thoughts for
I Am tha way, tha truth and
the life. John 14:0.
That They Should 8eek tho
Lord, . . . For In lllm wa
live, and move, and have our
being. Acta 17:27, 28.
I Will Both Lay Ma Down In
lsac, and aleep ; for thou. Lord,
only niakeat me dwell In safety.
love Not tha World, neither
the things that are In the world.
If any man love tha world, tha
love of tha Father la not In him.
I John 2:13.
Purs Religion and untledled
before God and the Father la
this, to visit the fatherless and
widows In their affliction, and to
keep himself unspotted from tht,
Thou Art My Lamp, O Lord:
and tht Lord will lighten my
darkness. For by Thee I havt
run through a troop: by my God
have I leaped over a Wall. 11
Sam. S2:2U, 30.
Thera It No Man that hath
power over the aplrlt to retain
tha aplrlt; neither bath lit
power in the day of death: and
there la no discharge la that
war. liccles. 8:8.
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Bristow & Johnson
BOOTS and SHOES
Fall and Winter Clothing
As Consistent With Good Quality
IONE HARNESS ?HOP t
C. A. BE1CI. Proprietor
Drop In ttnJ !ooh over roy
Line of Worh Shoes.
All That Matters
It does not matter whether yon
preach In Westminster abbey or teach
a ragged class, ao you be faithful. The
fulihfulnoa la all. ierge SInclHin
Kev. W. W. HEAD. Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30
i I have a R'ood stocK of Cloves and
I Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
IONE IJIMJE S... V0. A V. A A.M
llwta every first Hinl third Wednea
of each month. V. XL V. K. IliiPnnl
Sec. Klmcr Griffith
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurg. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUtfCH
T. E. Peterson, prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
LK't;sT fUAI'TKIt No. 119. O. K,
ilwla the aorotiil UThl fourth Tuea-
diiy of each month. W.M. Xlra. l ira
Howk; Sec. Mrs. Iltith Mnaoti.
IO.N'E I.ODfil' No. 1X1. I. O. O.K.
Slwta every Nntiinluy evening. N.
U., Kilaon Morgan; V. O. Krneat
llellkcr, H.-C. Earle A. Ilrou n; Tr-a
K. J. Hrlatow.
BLNCIKiltASH UKBKKAH No. 11
I. O. O. K. Meet the first and thlril
Tliuradiiy ofeiwh month N.O. Ettn
Howell; V. (J. Vldit llellker
S.-c. erila ItlUhle: Treoa. Etta Br la-tow.
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor at5.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And Ur
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.
Food Pilgrims Brought
Th food that wsa brought over on
tha Mayflower consisted of bacon,
hard tack, salt beef, herring, cheese,
beer or ale. For luxuries thejr car
ried butter, vluegar, niuatard and per
haps lemena and prunes. About 1I30
rtia food of the colonists consisted of
tab and fame, oysters, clams and mus
sels, beans, pumpkins, peas, siuaxh,
turtrfps, parsnips, onlent, apples uud
(rapes and huckleberries. Craa-
i were sot then known.
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
1 D. MCMURDO, ft D,
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner -: Oregon
WOODSON k SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Dank Building
Heppner . Oregon
When You Visit Heppner
Eat dt the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURCEON
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
iDRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
.MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
"WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
Attorney jmd CouaseloratLaw
W'ill jiractilce in all the Courts
Guard Shah's Jewels
In a safe lu the ahnh of Persia's
pahii'e at 'IVIicrnii, millions of dollars
worth of Jewels nre hidden, and a body
of II riy iii'iumt men II ml employment
lu giinrillng Ihum.
The Immortal hymn, "Jeruaalom tha
Oulilen," Is derived from "Lnua Patriae
roelest!," a part of "De Contemptti
Mundl," one of the aeven great bymna
of the Latin church.
Dr. F. E. Farrior
Oftice: Odd Fellows Building
Heppner, Oregon. '