The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, August 27, 1926, Image 2

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    THE IONE INDEPENDENT
PublishcJ Every F.iday by,
J. V. HEAD. Editor Fuhusher
u Kicking" Habit Strong
Tho t-iuhiu'y to kick on the part of
:i few suggest tin1 chronic kicker am)
pot the philosopher.
Tlil chronic kicking ran be better
illiMrnted by Utile story. A mim
ivus led to the electric elialr. Nefore
!ia wns Rented lie whs .asked: "Is
Church News
Notes ot Interest to All
Local Denominations.
SUBSCRIPTION
One year... $1.50 there anything ould like to say
Six months ...
Three months..
"J5' before the death sentence la carried
-Yes, there IV he answered with
" i that surliness that conies from chronic
I'.iil..rw1 na aeo.in.l ei:iK metier nt ! Ulcklna- "Ino nam 1 anion lor u
the ii'8toffice Ht I. me Oivfiou, under
net of March S, l7lt.
Friday, Aug. 27. 1926
fir iht afreet of By-nnt-hrt one ir
rivesHt the house oCYfirr.
01 J Proverb.
Ins my dog for biting lilm ought to he
shot. Iy lawyer was a crook and It
took three ai'lt'iils ami two reprieve
to break nie. When I came here 1
thought 1 would get decent trealnient.
hut you gave nie hod with hum
spring, and the food has hoou lleive.
and," pointing to the oloetrle ehulr.
"I'll bet thut d n thing don't work."
-Exchange.
TODAY'S GRiiAT DREAM
BY ALFRED NOYES
Say that w dream! Qi r dreams have woven
Truths that out face the burning gun;
The liAhtninv's that v e dreamt d have cloven
Time, space ant link, d all lands in ore!
Dreams! But their swr't. celestial fitters
Have knit the worH v H h thread of stee',
Bible Thoughts for
the Week
Till no remotest ilaii ihnera
Outside the worlds nut common weal.
Dreams are they? I! j! e cannot stay them,
Nor thrust the da'.vn back for one hour!
Truth. L've surf JtHii---, if ye slay them,
R turn with mote !' an tarthl.v power;
Ptrive. !f ye wil'. ti n-' e fountains
That fend the spri:.j! il.ro leaf and spray:
Drive baok the stir, fr.i h east-m mountains
Then-- hid this mi;i .;-!' movemtnt stav.
It is the dawr! The :, v : ! The nations .
From eait to we?t I i e ard the cry
Through all earth's t !) I-re. I Rcnerations
By hate and slaiiRkt-r c'.imUd thus liih.
Here on this height - still to aspire.
One i-:.lv path remains u tro f,
O.ie path of love an I p.i-ce climb? higher:
Make straight that highway for our God!
At the Willow Branch Christian
Endeavor meeting at Heppner.
Tuesday emiin, there were pres
ent from lone, Mr, and Mrs. C.
E. Smith, Gladys Lundell, Hazel
Akers, Mildred Smith arid Thel
ma Forbes, and from Lexington.
James Keller, Erma Duvall, El
mer Palmer, Lawrence Beach and
Laurel Beach.
The devotional service was lead
bv Roland Humphries.
At the business meeting Misaj
Helen Fredrickson, of Heppner.
wa elected president; Miss Hazel
kers, oflone.vice president; El
mer Palme:, of LvXintfton, aecre
; hi y ; and Edward KJIer, of Lex
mpton, treasurer.
An enjoyable period devoted to
tames and refreshments follow
d the bus'ness session.
Dr. Franks E. Cla '.(, f jjnder
nd fo.'dt cades the movine force
nChrUtiar. End.avoi, wi ilea en
htisia iMcally of the seventh world
onvention held -recently in Lon
Ion. He says it was a great sue
ess'rom every point of view, nu
nerical. material and spiiitual.
Over a thousand delegates at
ended from America aud more
han Ihirtyfive courtries were
epresented.'Every land reported
increased numbersand efficiency.
1
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COOKINCIIAMS HIGH DIVING HORSE
"Pinto," the high uivingl;or.e, will ewJcn'.ly nolbeon exhibj
tion here certainly rode ti.at nag in a vtiy srcce&ful chase Sun
day tveningg. It has been repotted in sums circles that the t(ot
loggers hereabouts make "monla ys tiut of the sheriff and the pros
ecuting attorney's office. Ma) be they do at times but in the
light of Sunday's experience rcrhaps such reports should not be
given too much credit.
East Oregonian.
The only minkeys of b.ioWi manufacture are the boot
leggers' customers. They are a r.uir.erous tut aiishing race.
The number of foreigners leaving the Unlet States now near
Jy eqjals the nu nbjr co ni.? in. A o.uiJerable ninbjr of those
leaving the U. S for ti c lard tf tl tit birth are going by request.
ON THE SESQUI LAGOONS
Thousands or
New Words
Bpv1'l, pronouncd,
net defined In
WEBSTER'S
NEW .ifTERNATICNAL
DICTSONARY
Th "Sjpnmt Amh aily"
Hst or a ru amp I
hM pursuit Rod !ir
Air Council ciul (hip
mud Kun ' fr.jrswry hip
S. P. boat Irrrdcni
ort-l cascade F.:t!xni
Amoiican Legion Blue Ctoat
Sunday,
pur Whole Dyty. Tuk dill
gent heed ... to love the
Lord your God, and to walk lu
all Hi way, aud to keep lit
coiuniaodiuent, and to cletve
unto HI in, and to erv lilm
with all your heart and with all
your oul. Joh. 22 :5.
Monday.
Repentance And they cried,
We have ilnuod, became we
hue forsaken the Lord; but
now deliver u out of the hand
of our eneuite. and we will
erv Thee. I Sain. 12:10.
Teeaday.
The taint Are Safe. The
tAird will keep the feet of 111
taint, aud the wicked shall be
silent Id darknees; for by
f ttreufth shall no man prevail.
-I bam. 2:0.
Wedaasday.
Answered Prayer For till
child I prayed; aud the Lord
hull) glveu in my petlllou,
h 1 asked of lilm. 1 Saul,
liuth
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C&CMERRIAM CO.
Spring field, hlti., U.S. A.
Thursday.
Furnish No Fuel Where no
wood Is, there the (Ire goeth
out: to where there I no tale
bearer, the strife ceaeth. frov.
2(1:20.
Friday.
Strength for the Day Thy
shoe (hall be Iron and brass;
and a thy day, to shall thy
strength be. Ueut 33:25.
( Saturday.
The Contrast for their rock
Is not our Hock, even out
enenile themselve being Judges.
J -leul. 32:13.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCI
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pastor
Services
11:00. A. M. and 8:00 P.
Prayer Meeting, Wed.. 7:30
Remington
The only portable Typewriter
that is a real success.
Dullard's Pharmacy.
Here are Americans, visitor to tho Sesqul-Centennlal International Expo
sition In Philadelphia which celebrates the 150th anniversary of the signing of
the Declaration of Independence, riding about the lagoons In an Italian craft,
a gondola, from which they view the buildings and displays from many land.
In the dlHlance can be seen the mammoth Sesqul Stadium; to the right I
the signal towor of the United Stales Coast Guurd building and exhibit, and
to tbe left I one of the Japanese pagodas which dot the exposition grounds.
The Grecian pavilion Is one of the permanent structures on tbe lite before
the city government decided to build the Scsijul at tho front door of the great
Philadelphia Navy Yard. The Exposition continue until December L.
A Good . Time
To Subscribe
for the Inde
pendent is
-NOW--
Fimr CHRISTIAN CHURCI
Sunday School 10:00 A. M
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
Services
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
ENGELMAN HARDWARE
IONE, OREGON
Everything in the line of
hardware. If we havn't
got it we can get it
quick.
ENGELMAN HARDWARE
IONE, OREGON
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. BECK. Proprietor
Drop I n and looll over my
Line of "Worh Shoes.
I Have a good etocK of Cloves and
Harness Supplies.
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
,
lone Market
T. E. Peterson. Trop.
Wholesale ami Retail Dealer In
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
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Sunday School at 10.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor at 5.30 P.M .
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P-M
N,.K 1)IMIK "-'0. A K. A.M
Meet every llrat I.-l (bird Weilne
of ouch month. W. M W. K. llullnrd
Sw:. Klmertirlffl.il
l.()!'UTt:il l' l l it Nu.JlH. O. K.
Meet the awroil l o 1 1 fmirlhTuea.
diiy of eiu h niont:, tt'.M. Mr. Clin
Howk; Her. Mrs. II "t h Munon.
tO.VK l.OIKil. . m. I.O. O K
Meeta every Hutiihlny evenlnif. N.
O., Kriicat Hellker.: V. u. Clutn. O
Conner Wee, l,ce fl iwell; 'J reaa
E. J. tirlatow.
DUNCfKJItAHS HKliKKAII No. el.
I. O. O. K. Meet flu- llrat urn! third
Thursday ofeacli ti;o:ith.N.O. Vliln
Hellker; V. (I. Mnr.v Mmver
Ki'C. Veriln ItlUlile: I reus, Kttu Brla-tow.
Jack Farris
Dermatician.
It Pays to Look Well
Specialist in Bobs.
A. D. MCMURDO, H. D.
Physician arid Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
(Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
Under New Management
IONE HOTEL
lone, Ore.
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals In . Central Oregon.
Nice Rooms.
Good Service.
. C. L. SWEEK
, JAttorney At Law
First National Bank Building
Heppner Oregon
Farm Implements
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGLNLS,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR :
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
lone,. Oregon
r
When You Visit Heppner
. Eat at the
Elkhorn Restaurant
Cood Meals Best of Service
Lunch Counter
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE!
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
INSURNCE
IONE, OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Phone Office
Residence
HEPPNER
Main 933 1
Main 492 Pr8c','ce n a" fl Court1
OREGON IONE, OREGON
MORROW GENERAL
HOSPITAL
Ming Zena Westfall, Graduate
Nurse, Superintendent.
A, H. Johnston M. D.,
Physician In charge.
Ratks Reasonable
Dr. F, E. Farrior
DENTIST
Oflice: Odd Fellows Buildin
Heppner, Oregon.