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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Feb. 11, 1927
Thursday of Itit week the lone
Grid team was defeated by
Heppner Grade team on the local
The lame evening the HeDpner
cond team met defeat on the
lone floor by the "lone Bantam
There waa a teachera meeting
Monday afternoon conducted by
lira. Patterson, the subject being
The pupils ibient from high
school last week were Rood Ekle
berry, Katheryn Feldman, Thel
rni Morgan, Edith Ely, Kenneth
Smouae, and lna Morgan.
10NE vs CONDON
Our local high achool team
again met defeat when they
played return gamea with Condon
laat Friday night. The girli loat
by a acore of 17 to 3. Our boya
played hard but were defeated,
the score being 24 to 11. The
lineup for the gamea waa as
After the games, the Condon
teams entertained the lone teams
by aerving alight banquet. ,
My name ia Dave
I'm not ao brave
With all I do not mingle
But juatthe aame
I'll play the game
And write my little jingle
The fight is on
The gam ia brisk
To run no risk
At prices within the
reach of everyone.
Better values than we
have ever had before.
Now on display in our
The Kodak Store.
By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK
Ueaa f Mm. laleenllr f IlllaeU.
A II WENT maguilu writer de
plore tli luck of Idealism anions,
our educated young peopl today, and
mourns Hi furl that even In colleges
(lit main Idea of youth seems to be
bow most easily to inuk money. U
la not new alluatlon. Two thousand
years ago th Ureal Teeclier waa ask
ing young peupla not unllka thus w
art familiar with today, "What shall
It profit man If he ahall gain the
whole world and Iota lit own aouir
They were money mad then quit a
niui'b aa they srs today, no doubt
Tb lor of money li not a new pa
alon. Thoreau, when I waa young, was
roinplalnlng: "I cm not buy book
any mora to writ my thought! In.
They art all ruled for dollar and
cents." It waa lo get away from
thla mad rare for money, to bay
turh lelaur aa h wanted lo
read and writ and to llv bla
wn II f that he built bla rabln
and laolatd himself at Walden.
Money baa alwaya attracted young
peopl and old. too, for that matter,
and poaalhly It did fifty or two tbott
aand year ago.
Th rapid advancement, the Job
that pay th largeat aalary, th op
purtunlty for accumulating wraith
IheM are th thing that attract young
people and old. You put a proposi
tion befor person and th Aral
thing h I likely lo ak la. "How
much la there In II fr meT And yel
there ar aom thing worth mor than
A friend of mln who baa a com
tollable aalary, though he will neter
be rich, waa laat year offered two
or thre time bl present InronM tc
take a new position In an entirely dlf
ferenl situation. He I a hard Mudeal
who like th lelsur which leaching
give hlra, and who like th friend,
who, through II year b ba lived
In bl present position, be ba gatb
red about him. II never really as
rlonaly ronaldered tb new poeitloa
"I would rather have th aympa
thetle and refilled friends whom I
have mad during th last ten years,"
h aald to nie, "1 would rather has
lb lelaur to read Hi bonk which
I enjoy or to write other books, thai
all th money In th world."
Touth I suit likely to feel thai
money will buy anything, and that
th sootier tbey get hold of It, the
better. But lov and friends and op
portunlty lo do our work ar wortr
mor even than money.
i 1,11. wmhi M,w,itt Uatea.t
And when you'r bruiaed
And black and blue
It hurts me most
To think of you
The moon shone bright and
clear that niitht
The aun had disappeared
The shadow of the tree war
And a little coon appeared
To the Officera and Members
of Locustl Chapter No. 119, 0.
E. II.: ...
We, your committe, sppoiuted
to draf tResolut ions of Condolence
beg leave to eubmit the follow
Whereas, The Great Father
f ua all haa deemed it best to
call from our midst, our dearly
beloved Bister, InllaE.Howe.iud,
Whereas, Mra. Julia E. Howe
waa born nar Gushing, Iowa and
lied at Sulphur Springs, Fla. She
waa a woman oi sweei aisposi
lion, a true and faithful wife
and mother and beloved by all
'ho knew her. Therefore be it
Resolved, That in her death
,ocust Chapter No 119, haa lost
i member who would have dunt
nuch to anvance the welfare of
his Chapter and community; at
Resolved, That while her de
jarting from among ua is th
will of the Supreme Master tc
whom we all look for guidance
tnd who does all things for the
lest, we mourn our loss exceed
ngly and to the bereaved rel
tives we extend our msst sincen
tympathy in this sad hour of lose
Resolved, That these neolo
tionabe rpreadupon the minute.
f the Chapter, that a copy b
presented to the bereafed rela-
ivea, and that acopy bepublished.
Fannie G. Griffith
Ruth B. Mason
W. E. Bullard
"THE HIT OF THE SEASON
A Farewell party was given a
the homeof Mias Mary Frank, it
nonor of the Misaea Nedra Ago
nd Dorria Gunzet.
Jokeaand funny storiea prevai
d during the first part of th
evening. Just before refrear mntt
were aerved, the guests were each
riven a bib to put on their
Judging hy the sounds hea t)
tt the supper table all those prei
ent had an enjoyable time.
Sauer kraut, dill pickles, and
cake were served.
We hope those present are still
able to answer roll call.
Signed "Dumb Dora"
At the Christian Church.
Revival services will begin at
the Christian church, lone, on
Sunday, the thirteenth.
The spring season will
soon be here; we have the
Dr. L D. LeGear line of
stock and poultry remedies, I
John Deere plow line of
shares and extras, agency
for VanBrunt Drill, and a
good line of general mdsc.
at right prices.
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
John Harbke, formerly 6' lone,
wai a businei caller here the first
of the week. 1
Mrs. Mary Hamlet, formerly
of lone, who has been visitinp
her brother ond his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Morgan, return
to her iiome, Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Engelman left for
Seattle. Saturday night.
Mra. Jon Cnchran left for Yak
ma, Sunday to spend a few days
with friends and relatives.
Mrs. M. C. Cotter returned
the her home, Sunday, after a
ten days atay in Portland.
Mias Elizadeth Phelps return
ed, Sunday, atter a stay ol a day
or so in Portland.
Charlea Dane received wort)
Wednesday of the death of hit
mother and left immediately for
Mr, and Mrs. Cole Smith and
daughter Mildred motored thThi
Dalles and bock, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Mark Agee, and
daughter Beulah who have beet.
living In ihe Sperry house on Set
jr,d Street, have moved to theii
ranch, north of lone.
Cleo Drake, who haa ben living
ia Milt Morgan'a house on Secono
itreet, has moved over with Wa
John Louy, Ed Briatow, Mar
(in Baurenfeind, and Edison Mor
gan were in Heppner, Thursday,
utending to buainesa matteaa.
Tiny Fellows ia here on bus
tees this week.
, Ted Troge having a new mo
tjr installed in his truck.
Mra. Victor Rietmen came ir
'rom the ranch, Saturday, to keei
louse for the Engelmans during
he absence of Mrs. Engelman it.
Mra. Missouri Jordan went U
Yard Graves' ranch, the first o
the week, to nurse Mrs. Grave
tnd youngest daughter.
Hereaie a few ol the picture;
we have contracted for 1927.
Feb. 12th. -Chipof the flyingU
Feb. 19th. - Non Stop Flight
Feb. 2Cth. Find your mar.
Mar. 5th. . Rocking Moon.
Mar. 12th. Midnight Sun.
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the trice ol
program compels us to, Dont
mUa a single number of this con
ract. American Legion
A party was given at the home
of Delbert Cocrhan last Wedncs
day when he celebrated his
fifth birthday. Amongst those
present were;Kemp Dix;Dorethy
Howell; Eileen Sperry; Bernice
Uing;Heleti Lundell; Grace Linde
kin:and Walace Bullard. A nice
time waa enjoyed by the little
and defined in
Tb "Sttpraae Authority
Hmr ars mfntmmphi
hot pursuit Red Btar
Air Council capital ship
mod fan mystery ship
B. P. boat irredenta
aerial cascade Etthonia
American Legion Blue Cross
girl scout airport
cyper crystal detector
fusnnM laininnpMi irnnii i
Ctt Ae Btt -Write for a eanple
pS el the New Worda, apectfiMa of
Raaulu sua IwSU Papm. FKKX.
SprintfUld, Mam, U.S. A.
The Dorcas Society of the
Congregational Church will hold
cooked foo sale at theMcMurry
milding, Saturday, Feb. 26,
VT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Bible School 10:00 a. m., Christian
Endeavor, 6:30, preaching 7:30 p,
m. You are welcome.
E. L Wood, Minister.
Beautiful, new line of station
ery at Bullard's Pharmacy.
I, f Ala st kmmn AzJffMA
c tmfmn mmlimm y S7jtijfirr
407.00. ' 5
Now is the time to put youri
animals and fowls in condition!
if or spring activity, by feeding!
I Dr. Hess' Stock
Hess Dip and Disinfectant,
Hess Roup Tablets,
Hess Healing Powder.
Every package apsolutely guaranteed to
satisfy or your get your money back.
In Internal Medicine for tbe
past twelve yrrtra
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be in the Dalles on Sat
urday Feb. 12 , at the Dalles
Office Hours, 10.00 A.M
to 4:00 P.M.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. kMlPtliln la a rigular gradu-
' ate In mediclde and surgery aod Ls
llcenacd by th state ol Oregon. Ha
dues not operate (or chronic appen
dlcltla. gull atone, nicer of atom
ach, toLnlla or adenoid.
He lia to hi credit wonderful r-
sults lu dliwaae of the atomach. lie
bowel, blood, kln, nerve, heart
aldney. bladder, bed wetting, cat
arrb, weak lungs, rheumatism, aclat
Icn, leg ulcer and rectal ailment.
lielow ar the name of a lew of
hi inauy satisfied patient la Or.
Mr. L. L. Feti. Moro, heart trou
Mr. , F. Hager, daughter Marie,
Wslton, tonsils and adenoid.
Mr. E. ('. Mulloy, Ulllsboro. nicer
of the leg.
Mr. Nelae Peterson, 8kamokawa,
O rover C. Coutbler, Coqullle, Ore.,'
colitl aun nicer of stomach.
Mr. Carl Johnson, Marshfleld, ear
. J. V. Tamer, Dallto, (tomach
tronbk?: ' "
E.A. Rusnell, Klamath Fall, ap-pendU-ltl
Itemeinber tbe abore date, that
ronaultlon will be free and that bis
treatment la different. '
Marled women must be accompan
ied by their husband.
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