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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1926)
IONE, ORECON, FRIDAY, Oct. 29, 1926
Oreirnn In full of meritoriom projecti that ihould i
dvtloped. Big public improvement ire necessary to
open up ouraUte, to brinir the farms closer to their
markets and cities closer to their bases of supplies.
Wealth untold lies idle in natural resources awaiting
the magic touch of developmeut capital to bring it o
tht tax rolls, to create new payrolls, new activities and
better livelihood for our people.
. Since the last Income tax law was repealed millions
of Jollars have been loaned in Oreaon by outside finan
'sJ C'j'iCfrnH. at low rales, on long time and with re. '
paym-nt privileges never known to Oregon before. If
a new mc m tux lw is enacted, and this discrinru
ti - H,m.ri 'irrtly lit thece inventors, rates amii to UD,
' " I'- d-i wiihdrawn and our
I .. I'n- lueieiiiMble fart Oregon
' b c.iii. jo i ui need Or gon,
IU -a no inn for prattle. It l high for plain
so u'rtight hinkil) and recognition of the hard
e'- iii fuc tntt Oiun farms, her iu tries, and
hei r i x. in .11 speriifly i.eed capital, and that the only
p e c. itt il is fr :m on side the tat
Wt in frive cspitsi out, but we cannot forceit to
. n i- in in' - c w mske it edvantegeous for it to do to.
U.M'i. ilith tie in area, is relatively ihoignifcant
..i orr.ion'ly. 119 liOO.OOO of America's 1; 0,000, 000
i t ! v i nt n't,, or Oreuon. Let ns remember the
; ! hmr 100.000 mort- people
a. ii, 'Jrt-u .it, i'h its 99.000 i-quare miles,
i 1 1 ii- n-iif ni"'T that 782,21)6 people here didn't make
I' lh'o tiie income tax return, and that only 311
i t -' tH'e hH't earningn in excels of
:u i t O e on s 5000 coi partitions only 1073
n i.g! fx ofit to fil taxable n ports, that 478
.h i Hi . $5,000" and only 183 over $20,000, I n
v . (iiiti leucines lumb i miif, flour mills, fac
I ,i, N " '-'In-' if iMtstrii s.
W. huvt- 55,157 farms, one to every 15 persons,
2.rH)0 iiniusiiifs. one to each 330 persons. What would
line -i ilustt ia' center like Detroit mean to onr farms,
our hoTH own-rs, our workera, out state? Oregon
wsnts them, Oregon wants capital and wants to g0
atuad. Oregon wants to avert economic disaster, and
instead wants to offer capital, new people, new indus
try, oppartunity to help us grow.
That is what the Dennis Resolution is for. It guar
antees that no state income tax can be enacted to dis
criminate against development and progress before
1940. It guarantees to every Oregon family that the
State will not tax its accumulations when the bread
winner dies. As a prosperity making measure it de
serves the aupyort of every forward laoking citizen.
Vote 306 X Yes- Dennis Resolution
Vote 329 X No Offset Income Tax Bill
Vote 835 X NO Grange Income Tax Bill
Greater Oregon Amhii,
EEs J. O Klrod, Chairman j
3 M. 8. Hlrach H, J. ITntik ) syTS
3 Im K. I'owers J, II. Yeot ufJf
S It. L, Mncletiy U. U.Oulld sir
J. H. Burgnrd W. H. BabHoat
19 Ort'Kou Uldtf., I'ortUnil. Ore.
Eve ry Forward Looking Citizen Should 1
Fight For Oregou and Its Development s
BY BKVCB MiNNIH
Author of tht Dennis Xewlutiuti,
When the people of Oregon enactsd a state income H
tax In 1923 they did so because they believed it was I.?
just and right. They bolisved it would reduce taxes. 5
At that time they had plenty of theory and few facts jf
to guide them.
I hey repealed that law in 1924 be- i.
came it was a proved hard times breed si
sr. It cost the people of Oregon the S
staggering total of $10,000,000 to learn 2
that economic conditions absolutely be- E3
yond their control are such In Oregon S
thata stste' income tsx drives out in- 3
dustries, keeps others from coming in,
reduces pay rolls, makes It harder to ob
Jtain farm loans, and strikes at every r
home In country, village, town and city, s
L W. WALLACE
But our state is again in turmoil becau'e a detenu
Ined effort is being made to force practically this same
law upon the state this year. Our people are being
ked to ignore plain fundamental economic facts. Thev
are being aksed to enact a law on a "guess" that it will r
bring good times.now, when painstaking, honest inves.
ligation proved that the fo-mer tax did drive out in
duNtrles, capital, jobs, and millions of tsxat'e ealth
from Oregon, and a new state income tax will do it again
Lwrnc W. Wllc. who htadl
turvty commute ppolntd by th
Annrlcn Englnrlnj council. Th
F; eommlttM It to mako a natlonwld in
! voitlmtlon to ond tht confuilon "In
s the air."
Kntut Hit Limitation!
In orrtor to tie (ummnfut.' Ruld th
tr: B"oi who Ivh ailvlre, ")m hiubI lie
g Hee In y(,iirwlf., ".Vo ulr," an
CS iWiTpd the llinirtiiirp iKcnl. "I am
0ieii to ri-umiiiiitile convli tli.n, but J
am tint bllnilljr rediiluu." Washing
t. Really Wattr Bugt
z Klertrlr llytit Iiukh are wuter hue.
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er. Tliey rniun nut of tin- uter In
ts: cnily Kuninier mid fly In ulw ul
pr' n'i:lit, Kiitherlnif atK.ut IIkIiIk, iiml In
"oiiib tiliieea mi tliroiijiliitt I lie utreet
Zzz liitiipa (but lliey hav( become known
ss electric liulit biiK.
g Odd DanTing "Step"
S: In oue pnrt of IlrltKh Africa tin
firht principle of the niitlve ihuice U
that the lad; uut aliuul uu lti- iivo
X tlrnian'f feet throticboiit the Uiinre.
The pair tay nbmly to ami fro, m-ver
niovlng on the floor.
Ea'tetiH Are always frenh at
Bu. lard's Pharmacy.
I) n't rrJHH the "Mimical Pro
gram" to e. riven at the Christ
ian church nextTu?9 lav evening.
After the program gameR, refresh
nuutH and a peck i inn i he luture.
The price ol admiHsion is the
number of pennies equaling the
fi.imbee of years in your age. The
proceeds wil be devoted to the
Are you raving the tht', No
fur the Hi'h School pli y,"lA
The Dorc.is Society will servf
sandrniches, pie and coffee a
day election day at the McMur-
ray building. Ihtj will also suit
Mr. tnd Mrs. C. W. Swanson
son, Ruth an i H Imer motored t
Portland Friday and returned
, There was a big crowd in lone
Saturday, owing to the first fcol
bs'-l game of the Heanon
. Invention of Women
Piitent oflico records hIikw that
wotnuii lnentorN keep maii!ly to Im
provement in doiuetitlc articles,
though In recent jenr there huxe
been Mime notable mechanical Inven
tiomi by women.
g Happinttt in Loot
Llf l to be forlltled by many
frlcndshlpfi. To lovo, Hint to bf lofed,
la the greatest liupplnena of existence,
pj At The Christian Church
s Sunday Evening, Endeavor at
!6:30. Good live progrrm. Preach
ing at 7:30: Subject; " Which is
of more value, Men or Sheep,"
Sunday niornin?, Bible School
The 1'ortul of IVace la a mumlve
ooncrele bi Picture In the form of n
sateway. It la looted at l'.liilne.
Wah., and waa dedicated September
B. In honor of the peace b-
tween tho I'ulted States and Canada.
had lamed for more than imi
yan wl!hout a brenk. The memorial,
which rot i.txi. atanda WO jranU
frrttft' the Uiternatloiial iMiundurj
where the forty-ulnth parallel meets
The Dorcai Society will servt
cake, coffee and pi at the Mt
Murry bniidit, election day.
J The only portsble typewriter
that is a real success.
Star Brand shoes at Bristow
and Johnson's. None better.
!-.' ;."v'- ; :x
Fred E-. Kiddle
Union, Umatilla and Morrow Cos.
Born and reared in Unicn Co.
Educated at University of Oregon.
Served 20 rr.onths in late World
War,- 14 months over seas.
Helped organizrthe American Le
gion and served as State Com
mander in 1923-24.
Actively engaged in flour man-
eturing and gtain business in
FRED K. KIDDLE
nly fine fifth of America' forext
land U owned by the public through
the faleral, utate or IwhI govern
ment, ftir-fifiha being on pr.
vately. r armera own one-third, moct-
in wood tdtt.
Britain t Smallest House
Mr, June J.mex, who hn died ot
Cniiway, wnii owner and for yen In
clmrire of the nmillct house In fireat
nritaln, Htand.ng on Conway quay.
The house ha n fnmtnee of 6 feet
nd la 10 feet from ba k to front
Lizard' t Camouflage
The color of lizards varlea aome
what with the aoll. The true color la
(tray, with white, black or yellow
riiix of color around the horn on
the hack. Thin feature of color rings
nlda the lizard preatly In camouflaging
by fijuattinr to the ground when an
"If you live from hand to mouth the
distance lncreanea aa yoa grow older,"
warns the VV'eaton Chronicle.
Get the Habit
Think of this as your bank. Come in and
tell us how we can help you.
We know that our success is dependent up
on the prosperity of our customers upon you.
We are here to serve, to boost and to grow with
Make use of our facilities and service,
sincerely offer you our earnest co-operation.
THE LIVE BANK
YOUR CITY, U. S. A.
Inspect myspecial cash and !ione Independent
Good WorK and Reasonable Prices
carry counter every week.
Pay cash and you will
find that you ,can re- g
auce me cost 01 living pi
Hand SAVE MONEY.
First Class Shrimps 17ct
Good Corn, Two for 25 ct
Mrs. Stewart's Bluing 19 ct
Citrus, large 26 ct
D. W. Kraut 17 ct
hat s the
r T; i V ! lis stion that enters the mind of evcrv cus-
P lomer who examines merchandise with the expectation g
11 cf buying sompthing S
Eg Kcanzmg tnat most people make tms tne urst consia s
S eration when they go to buy, we have priced our goods E
P i consistently low-, -but never at the sacrifice of quality. 3
S3 If you find any article bought at this store not as rep-E3
2 resented, bring it back and we will make good ourff
3 claims. Ef
B Try this Store for Satisfaction. j
I Bristow fk Johnson's.