THE IONE INDEPENDENT ,3. 0. EMPLOYEES SAVE AHLLIONS OF DOLLARS Published Every Fviday by, J. V. HEAD, Editor Publisher SUBSCRIPTION One year $1.50 Six months ,1b Three months. 50 Kntemi us wcnml cIjims iiii'ttoritt the (n-Hloffliv at linn' Orvjsitn, mirier iu't tit Mitrvli :t, 1ST. Friday. June 18.1926 ll'ftfn true hearts Ik withered And fond onei art flown. Oh, who would inhabit Thi bleak world alone Thos. Moore. Standard Oil Company Add $7, 750.000 To $15,750,000 Sjved By Employees Among 12,000 employees of the , .standard Oil Company whoowu. j ed 4S1.079 shares of the company itock, George C. Newell.manager of the Condon plant, and Jim Oesswell, last week went to Ar ington to meet thesales manager A the company and to receive their stock certificates which they have accquired through the operation of the Company's Stock Investment plan Church News Notes ol Interest to All Local Denominations. salaries in stock and to each dot It's the force of the wave.not ur 90 invested tht campany will its foam, that counts. add 50 cents. Condon Globe- Times. The meetings at the Baptist church are heing continued this week and a good degree of inter est is being shown. Next Sunday morning the put pit of tht Congregational church ;i h filled byMrs. Harriet Zur buchen of Honolulu. The la dy is engaged in educational wot k under the auspices of the Method ist Episcopal Church. Rev. Milton Boaerof the Henp ner Church of Christ is in attend anra nn an flcopiufi tn muulimr may invest twenty per cent of,.,, ,.,.. . the Ioiim Christian church shortly after his return. Undet this plan the employees! Announcement is made of a BIBLE READING FOR THE WEEK I ET THE RULERS THAT liiule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who labor in the word and doctrine. For the scripture saith, Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treud eth out the corn. ;And the labor eris worthy of his reward. Against an elder receive uot an acusation, but before two or three witnesses. Them that sin rebuke before all, that others also may fear, 1 charge the God and the Lord Jesus Christ, and the elect angels, that thou observe these things without preferring one before another, doing nothing by pur tiality, Lay hands suddenly on no man, HtllI'Jl Conscrenutional Young People's neither be partakerofothermen's THE FOOL'S PRAYER The royal feast was done; the King Sought some new sport to banish care, And to his jester cried "Sir Fool Kneel now and make for us a prayer!" The jester doffed his cap and bells. And stood the mocking court before; They could not see the bitter smile Behind the painted grin he wore. He bowed his head and bent his knee Upon the monarch's silken stool; His pleauing voice arose "O Lord, , Be me-ciful to me, a fool! "No pity, Lord, could change the heart From red with wrong to white aswool: The rod must heal the sin; but, Lord, Be merciful to me, a fool! "Tij not bv guilt the onward sweep Of truth and right. O Lord wt stay; 'Tis by our follies that so long We hold the earth from heaven away. "Our faults no tenderness should ask, The chastening stripes must cleanse them all; But for our blunders Oh in shame Before the eyes of heaven we fall. "Earth bears no balsam for mistakes; Men crown the knave, and scourge the tool That did his will; but thou, O Lord, Be merciful to me, a fool!" I he room was hushed; in silence rose The King and sought nis gardens cool, And walked apart, andmurmnred low "Be merciful tome, a fool." Conference at Gladstone I'ark, 8inR: jep thyselt pure. nearOiegonCiK be;:in...i June nrink no lonircr water, butune a little wine for thy stomach's sake and thine of ten infirmities. .'7 an I cnti.ug July 2. ' The Conforenje go into camp ion tm park grounds and the com isary and camp ill be under the direction of Rev. James Pend'e ton, former pastor of theCongre national church at Condon. The Program Director is Rev. H. D. iDavies, Camp executive, Rev. HaTy Johnson, Platform Mana ger. Rev. Fred Gray and song di rector, Rev. H. C. Stover. Jut Think ! It "Alttioug!; !. I'nclf Krt-ri bought 1m that Dice KoKruli)r bonk, 'e 'aMi't evi'n Wx.kiMl at it, mi' yet If you wu : to ak 'liu where Sciatica was. 't couldn't tt'll ;nu." London Opinio. 3ESI AID TO BEAUTY V4N":V m W M If ' - v f,1 I . r-.r Under thU young woman ikillf:) bands tba front of the Admluitratlu:j Building of the 8c-aiil-Centbiinlal in ternational Exposition Associates quickly takes on a delightful aspect. Kha dlrorta gardeners mbcre to plant the small trees and shrubs ahout the great stucco building. She Is doing her share to make the big celi-hratlon of the lSOth anniversary of the altrn ing of the Declaration of Indepni ence success. Flattery, in Fact A reprewntiitlve donlres to huve the fnngrMM solve the servant problem, lie pays tlie sagnclty of that body a high compliment South Ueml Tribune. The Real Test A great tnnn Is one who lias been dead long enough for his enemies tu be dead, too. BY THE SAME WIND Two sailboats are bowling along before a breeze. You may have seen two boats going in opposite directions. Yet only one wind was blowing. The force that send one boat to the west just as surely tends the other to the eaft. The I direction of each boat depends jupon the mauipulation of the s iiU and rudder. j As you gothrough .ifeyouno-J tice beoplc you knew in your( jyoutn. ineiorce tnatsenasote ion to prosperity, just as surely snds another to disrepute at.d perhaps to prison. It is the tame j force One man allies it to a good put pi se; the other to evil designs. Character is the rudder iu your life and your sails are your ambition. Before sails will carry a boat forward they must be re strained; flapping free they are worthless. Befor your ambition will carry you ahead you must learn tohandleit, restsrain it and make it work for you. You must set your rudder of character so that it will work with the sails of ambition, not against them. If you do not you will be 'ike a boat, sails set one way, rudderaro htr.lt gets ro where. East Oregonian We believe that every effort should be made to rid the Univer nit y of all students unwilling to assume the responsibility of hon est toil for their own betterment. 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IOXK J.ODtiKNo. m, l.O.O.l-' Mifta every Kntunliiv hvi-iiIhu- 1 N. K)'miiI Mriririin: V. I, P.piiokI llcllkfr, Hhc. Earl A. Itrown; Treas IC. J UrUtow. Hi:N('H(JltAMS ItKBKKAII Nr,. PI. I. ). O. V, MetttM the llrat ami third ThiirHdiiy of each month N.(J Howell; V. (1. Vl.la liwikcr Hcc. Verda HlUhlit: TreiiH. Etta Brl tow. Ktta Some men's sins are open be forehand, going before to judg ment; and some men they follow after. Likewise also the good works of some are manifest beforehand; and they that are otherwise can not be hid. From Paul's first letter to Tim othy, 5:17-25 Remington The only portable typewriter that is a real success. Bullard's Pharmacy. CHURCH DIRECTORY ENGELMAN HARDWARE IONE, OREGON Everything in the line of 1 hardware. If we havn't got it we can get it quick. ENGELMAN HARDWARE IONE, OREGON 4 l IONE HARNESS SHOP I t. A. DLtlA. froprietor CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor Services 11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M Prayer Meeting. 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