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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1926)
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THE IONE INDEPENDENT, WAR TIME INSURANCE
Peilorr For Reihstatement
Extended One Year.
Published Every Friday by,
,1. V. HEAD, Editok Publisher
One year :
','hree months :. .
J'.lltcivil on mccoikI i-litM InHttrrilt
Ihc ft n office nt lono Orvfcon, utnlcr
net of Miitvh 8, is;.
Friday, July 9, 1926
Notes ot Interest to All
J am in iHrntst. I will oot equivocate;
will uot excuse; I will not retreat a
rrijcJr inch; and I will he heard.
William Lhyd Garrison.
Instructions have just been re
ccived by the Portland office of
the U. S. Veteran's Bureau au
thorizing the reinstatement ot
war time insurance by ex service
u itil July 2 1927, according to an
I announcement made by Kenuth
L Cooper, Regional Manager of
of the Bureau. The ex-service
man also has until July 2, 1927 to
1 8 -cure the low rate five year pol
The American Legion advocat-
e i this legislation on the groun ds
tht marfy war veteran hsd not yet
a tiusted their economic affairs
THE THREE FISHERS
BY CHARLES K1NGSLEY
Three fishers went sailing out into the west, j
Out into tr e west as the sun went down;
Each thought on the woman who loved him beat; g
And the children stood watching them out of the town;
For men must work and women must weep,
And there's little to earn and many to keep, E
Tho the harbor bar be moaning. EE
Tlire wives sat up in the liht house tower, S
And they trimm'd the lamps as the sun went down; 5
They looked at the squall, and looked at the shower, EE
And the nuht raek rolling up ragged and brown! EE
But men must work and women must weep, EE
Tho 8to-ms be sudden, an J waters deep, EE
And the harbor bar be moaning. EJ
Three corpses lay out on the shininf sands
In the morning gleam as the tide went down, EE
And women are weeping at.ti wringing their hands EE
For thus? who will never come back to the town; EE
For men must work and women must weep, ' Ej
And the sooner it's over the sooner to sleep Ej
And good-bye to the bar und its moaning.
BIBLE READING FOR
The next regular meetiug of 0 a thanks unto the Lord, for
the Willow Branch Union of the,. 1(1 onnA, hi merev endureth
rkwSatuon rndaftunv QAAiaflAi Willi .
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de held In lone at the Christian
church on Tuesday, the 13th inst.
So many peopl were out of the
Let the redeemed of the Lord
say so, whom he hath redeemed
of the Lord say so, whom he hath '
town, last Sunday tha church ser redeemed from the hand of the
vice were but shmly attended, 'enemy;
Rev. Milton Bowerv pastor of j And gathered them out of the
the Christian Church at Heppner, lands, from the east, and from
i away on his vacation.
Rev VV. W. Head wentto Hard
man, Monday, to to coduct the,
the west, from the north, and
from the south.
They wandered in the wilder-
funeral service of Mr. Gilbert D. ness in a solitary way; they round
Coats, whose death occurred on no city to dwell in.
the evening of the third. I Hungry and thirsty their soul
The Hepp.n- IWof the Amer inted in them- M . . .
ican Legion conducted the funer- Then the- cried unto the Lord
service of Robert Busche who their trouble, and he delivered
died Sunday of tuberculosis con-
trd while in the service of his
eountry. The sevice wss read at
the Christia" chu ch in Ikypner,
R v, W. V. Head of hne assist-
ing as ChspIJn. Intumei.t was
made in the Masonic cemetery at
How sleep the brave who sink
N ' to rest
By all their country's wises
On the 6th day of August, In
the year 180o, aix young men
net for prayer in the faith of
the hour dared to attempt the im
possible; the christianization of
heathen lands. Six years later,
the first missionary band saileJ
from the port of Salem in the
good ship. Caravan,
The nieht has a thousand eyes;
The day but one;
But the light of the bright world dies.
With the dying sun.
Th mind ha3 a thousand eyes;
The heart but one,
Yet the light of a w hole life dies
When love is done.
EH It is th heart and not the brain
EE That to the highest doth attain,
THE LIBERTY EL LL I O.DAY
A century and a half ago ?.n olJ bell ringer set to swing
ing the Liberty Bell anJ its vibrant fones'no less than the
musket shot at Lexington was heard round the world
and set to trembling all the thrones of tyrany.
The ancent bell is crackeJ and tarnished; the body of
the old bell ringer has long since crumbled to the dust.
But that bell m ast be heard again. Let us ring it once
more at theballot box in November.
FROM PALETTE TO MORTAR BOARD
them out of their distresses
And he led them forth by the
right way, that they might go to
a city of habitation.
Oh that men would praise the
Lord for his goodness, and for his
wonderful works to the children
For he satisfieth tha longing
soul, and filleth the hungry aoul
He brought them out of dark
ness and the shadow of death,
and brake thtir bands in sunder.
For he hath broken the gates
of b-ass. and cut the bars of iron
in sunder. Psalm 107,
it 1 1 mr.
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Repairing t Reesonsible Prices.
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
Prayer Meetinff, Wed., 7:30
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8.-00 P M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor at 6.30 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
Jack Farris .
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Physician and Surgeon "
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
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First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
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