The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, May 27, 1927, Image 4

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THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
W. W. HEAD, Editor Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION
One Year . - $1.50
'vix Months "5
.hrre Months 50
Entered is second class matter at
'lie pnstnfi'icc at lone, Oregon, under
act of March
Friday, May 27, 1927
" el returns:
lie is a hoi who thinks by ton or skin, Where the service is satisfae
To turn the current of woman-1 wilt ! t iry as it is in many places in
Samuel Tuke Oregon, poultry men are gradualy
ehangingto electric hatchingand
Ibrooding.-P. U I. Bureau.
I HAVE A RENDEZVOUS WITH DEATH
t have a rendezvous with Death
At some disputed barricade
When Spring comes round with rustling shade
And apple blossoms fill the air.
I have a rendezvous with Death
When Spring brings back blue days and fair.
It may be he will take my hand
And lead me into his daik land
And close my eyes and quench my breath:
It may be I shall pass him, still,
I have a rendezvous with Death
On some scarred slope of battered hill,
When Spring comes round again this year
And the first meadow flowers appear.
God knows 'twere better to be deep
Pillowed in silk and scented down,
Where love throbs out in blissful sleep,
Pulse nigh to pulse, and breath to breath,
Where hushed awakenings are dear . . .
But I've a rendezvous with Death
At midnight in some flaming town,
When Spring trips north again this year,
And I to my pledged word am true,
I shall not fail that t endczvous. .
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Tuesday, for Hot Lane, where
John Olden is very low with a
lingering illness.
Jack Hynd of Cecil and Mrs.
Cecil Lieallen. of Pendleton, were
in lone for a little while, Tues
day afternoon.
E. J. Bristow and E. It. Lun
made a business trip to Heppner,
Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Phelps, third
and fourth grades teacher left
for her home in Heppner, last
Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Patter
son. left. Sunday, for Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Barlow and
Mrs Lee Howell returned to their
homes Saturday from visiting rel
atives in the Valley.
Ed Dick of the Standard Oil
Company, motored to Walla Walla
and back, Wednesday.
John Cochran returned home,
Monday after two months spent
in the state of Washington, trap
ping for the Government.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Skeen left,
Tuesday morning, on the stage,
for the Valley.
Mrs. Vera Howe Moen, lone
High School, '21. whose ptvm,
"May", appears in another col
umn, is now a resident of Me
Minnville.
J. A. Troedson, of Morgur,
was in lone Wednesday and gave
The Independent a call. He was
accompanied by his wife, Mis
Frances Jones and the j o in,- la
dies who are conducting the Dai
ly Vacation Bible School at Mor
Kan. They brought us an invita
tion, which we gladly accepts,
to attend the closing progrurn ol
the Vacation Bible School, which
is to given at the Ellis Mino
place, next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lish Sperry anrf
family left for Portland, Friday.
Mrs. Sperrv intends to aiay and
attend the Summer School, but
Mr. Sperry will return in two
weeks.
Tom C-rabil accompanied Ortn
Grabil to Heppner on Friday.
Hap Woods returr.H, Friday
morning from Eugene.
INCREASE)
Interesting and profitable re-!
si lts have been obtained by poulj
trymen in Oregon through the
application of electricity. Erse of
r gu'ation, reduced fire hazard,
simplicity of operation, reduced
liilior, less crowding in brooders
and greater cleanliness are some
of the Advantages claimed. The
cos of power for lights and of ex
lira feed consumed is relatively
I small compared with the increas
Allan Seeger
Notice of Annual School
Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN to
the legal voters of School Dist. No.
35 of Morrow County, State of
Oregon, that the ANNUAL
SCHOOL MEETING of said Dist.
will be held at lone School Hnu
to begin at the hour of 1 :30 oVtnrk
P. M. on the third Monday of June,
bemg the L'Oth. day of June, A.
I). 11)27.
This meeting is called for the
purpose of electing One Director
lor the term of three vears and
One Clerk for the term of one
year and the transaction of busin
ess usual at such meeting.
Dated this Kith, day of May, 1927.
ATTEST:
Dtlla M. Corson M. R. Morgan
I'li-t. CI. rk limn. 11. 1, ol IHrector
Caloritt
A ruli.rjr In tht iiiiinillit nf licnt n
luintl in r.'iNi- the Ifiiitn-nilnrc of ohm
Ti.w n,' vn!er line di-t'ree renllfnidM.
n i!i.-te-. H cu'nr.v U u mill to In-lli-iile
ln-;it or eneiiiy iri.cu, iii value
.if f.K.ll
Proved Cuba an hland
Si'h.'istimi de C.iiiiui. u S:i rtUli nsv
IjMtnr. huh the llrst tu mill enilrely
iriiinnl l'':li:i ntnl prove thut It was an
iihitlil. 'i 1:1k !ih dlil In J.ViS. Ci.IiiiiiIhh
hail m; ii.i i It to he a pnrt of Aula.
Ski Lnng in V$e
The l:l win Invented hy the Arvmi
In Hie Slvtli lenturv fur Inivernliu
' .in-
iirt nl,l Imiriie)' wan I,hi In Nnrnay
in. vi .i i.i.i i it u i.r ,.nii..it iui.. t'l..
II ll.K
Language All Their Own
The ui-mli-rliii: llnki-m of the north
f i:i'i.'lil:el sp' iil; "Sin lln," a U!Vlvnl
if the AlijIoSiixim latiKtiiijie enili-i-tr
ini!:iti-III:lile to the veni4! KiikIImIi
Immense Lava Deposit
In l'ir ti,iiil.u..wii
" ' o ini l ii ins
fulled Si nea there U mi area of al
imiKt ysi.iKKi sipiare inilen of m,I, lava
line to prehlmnrle voli-aiile emptioiiH.
Modern Night Lite
It Ik ulmut as illllli-ult lo drug an
old fellow out at nltfht hi It U to keep
u yoiina fellow In. Jowett (Kau.; he
puhllntn. Earth'i Bed Rock
Jranlle Is the lowext rmk In thu
earth's iiiHt, It la the bed rc.k of
tin' world.
On to Stay
"See If .vim ran laugh that off," snld
thi fat nam's wife, wiring a hutton
m'o IiIn vet.
Church News
Notes ol Interest to All
Ixcal Denominations.
Rev. V. H. Roins. Pastor of
tr.e- First Baptist Church of Pen-
d iton, will speak in the lone Ban-
ti st church, Thursday, June 2nd.
at the hours of 2: p.'m. and 8:00
o'clock in the evening. Everybody
is incited, especially all who de
sire to know moreof God's Word.
At the Christian Church, on
Munday evening, Mrs. Clara G.
F.s.-Mn, of. Portland, will bring
the message. She is our State
Bible School Superintendent, and
hr messages are buSv'don years
of actual experience in this field.
She will inspire and help vou.
Don't fail tu I, car tier.
Next Sunday the Daily Vaca
t on Bible School and Group Gath
ering of the American Sunday
School Union will convene at Mi
ors place, two miles hlow lone.
Stndny Srhoi.1 wi.i bemn at
1 10; 15 hud will be follo'ved hy a
basket dinner. The afternoon will
be devoted to the Daily Vacation
Bible School program followed by
a sermon. The speaker at this
afternoon service will be Miss
j rial t van i iciu.
Come and spend all or a part
iof the day with us.
I The Daily Vacation Bible Schools
jhave peen held in the Morgan
and Rhea communities combined,
with Miss Velma Crofoot, of Muu
pin and Miss Laura Dillinger of
Dufur. as teachers and Rev. C.
' M. Smith of The Dulles as organ
. izer.
A growth of 35,000 in member
fhip during the last two years
will be repotted by Rev. Charles
Emerson Burtcn, D. D., of New
York city, general secretary of
the National Council of the Cong
regationa! Churches in the Uni
ted States, at the biennial meet
ing of the Council to be held in
Omaha, Neb., May 25 to June I,
1 1927.
The present total membership
is 014,69a While the membership
has increased the churches have
decreased by 72. the number now
being 5.608. This development of
fewer but larger churches is said
to be he result of two fundmental
principles which characterize the
denomination,-first devotion to i
an effective plan of evangelism,
and second, determination tr
have no part in bringing about
or continuing an "over churched"
condition in any community.
Definite platforms forclose af
filiation with the Universalis!
churches and with the churches
of the General Conference of
Christian Churches, will be re
commended by the Commision.
Start With Clean Slate
You hlmulil inter the iloor of eneli
new day with a elean yliitp ami elear
1 1 1 ! r i I . So mutter how piMirly ymi
have dune your work In-fore, (here
must he a new nt .11 muile. C. K.
.Ii.Iiii ion.
Happincn Hule
Ileforp we ran lulnr lniiplness to
nth.-rs we mul tlr-i ! happy our
selves. Nor will hi' i s nlilde wlln
us uiiIi-kh we eoiifei I; i.n oiIhts.
Maui ii-e Mueterllni I.,
Framing for l.c c.dcrthip'
Tin- Kieat leader no! m ule hy the
ili-enl evi-nl Hint eiilU lor Mm, hut hy
all the lull)! days of u ., ..Iihik trutn
IliK Hint have prei-edi-1 It.
Finished future
"He looks the (ili-t ,i:-i- of misery.
What- the matter w:Ci hlmV" "lie
snyn he's heeu fruit, d." fllieliinatl
Kiniulrer.
Exalted O, Anion
A irreat mlaiake U oiieti niailn hy
fellows who fail at li;(. Johsln eon
eludlna that they are ml out for Jil
Uer oiies.
Great Financial Concern
tine uf Amerh-H's I;. -i:e life Insnr
icliee - ill 1 1 K) 1 1 1 t'M hits n-'Kets ItreMle'
thnli lliime nf Hie Itnii1.- of Kiixhiinl.
French Houtemaid'e Title
The l- reiii li InilM iii: Id Is nilleil ji
"hiiniie H Inlit fiih-f," i, mining lller
oily, ifooil for lining .-,ci.vihliiK.
Eucalyptus Rapid Grower
So riipld Is the iti-nv. ih nf the eurs.
lyptiH, or bltie-itntn ine, thut a greut
forest tuny b fnruied In 21 yeun.
After the Rail
A iIiiMHiib pliiie of every RrtlHtu'
ball N tlic Inline p'inu, In the eohl
B ray it.iwu of tin1 1'iiini!" lifter, lit
viirlubly It nilns, ml Hi. to Ih not n
tiixl In hl,;lil. M:;Ut-ti itml iii'tnne
I tit t it t :uo rimiiliiit, 1'iu't" nf routed '
mini's aril iiiI.sIhk, win are lux',
town tiro se.itrule(l mid Intshiimts ami
wives are tint kveiiklng. I'll, what
till, tu inliiiile In Kuy, tmitl ltu
liennn ! Vanity r'ulr.
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Low fares lo to other point In
Middle Wcit, South and t.
Liberal gtopovn permit visiting
ZIom National Park
Oran4CanjraNaUaal Park
Yoilawtton National Park
Rocky Mountalo Nat'l fark
For Illustrated Booklets,
Reservations and Inlnimatlon.
address Agent named bclo.
UNION
PACIFIC
J. W. IIOWK, Alili.NT fijtj
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Nrii'i: TO WATEI1 CONM Mr.ItS
At it retf.'lnr inii-tlliu uf the Com
ill ti runnel) ol the t It.v of loin-. Ore
icon, held on the '.'ml day ut Mnr,
l'l'.'T, the t'oiiiii ll ol snld t Ity wt the
folliiwItiK ruti n lor water to roiipiim
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xiniierM la' Itifurmeil, that under
li. in L'O, (irilliiiinee An. il, witter
It-llt l line lllnl luiviililt- oil the 1st
layiifem-li month, nt the older of
I lie CHy Mnrhluil, itml II ni. lin-iit In
li.it iiinde II hln ti-iiilii.ia llii-r..itl. r.
the liter sliull he ahlit olf friilil the
ti'!iihe until ph vim-lit It liiiide ol
II niniiniit due together H it h n .V
eeritextrrt rlinrce n'ilnxt roiKUiner
lur turnliiK w ater off Mini on.
Printed liy order of I he Cmniiiou '
Coillieil ol the Clt.V ol lolie.tlre.
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CHURCH DIRECTORY
CONGREGATIONAL CIIUUCH
Kev. W. VV. HEAD, Pastor
Sery;rs
11:00 A. M. and 8;00 V, M
I'i oyer Meeting,
Wed., 7:30
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
Services
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 V ' M.
A. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
I'liysician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
Jack Farris
Dermatician.
It Pays to Look Well
Specialist in Bobs.
C. L. SWEEK
Attorney At Law
Firut National Bank Building
Heppner Oregon
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ENGELMAN HARDWARE
IONE, OREGON
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
quick.
ENGELMAN
IONE,
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Mkhorn Restaurant! V"0"-
Good Meals Uest of Service
Lunch Counter
IONIC MEAT MARKET
Fresh and smoked meats;
Poultry and fish.
When you have anything in
onr line to sell see us.
T. E. Peterson, manager,
lone, Oregon
Under New Management
IONE HOTEL
lone. Ore.
Refurnished anJ Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Tabic First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon.
Nice Rooms.
Farm Implements
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
, MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
lone, Oregon
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SEI2 ME IJKFOUE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
INSURANCE
IONE, OREGON
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
IONE, OREGON
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HARDWARE
OREGON
Br. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Main 933
Main 402
ORECON
(venuience
UKITNKR
ion. rri-sn.ws mi -kways
from (XI i HUM A. M.
Good Service.
MORROW GENERAL
HOSPITAL
Mihh Zen a VVeBtfflll, Graduate
Nurse, Superintendent.
A, II. Johnston M, D.,
Physician in charge.
Ratks Reasonable
Dr. F. E. Farrior
DENTIST
Oftice: OJJ Fellows Bulldin
Heppner, Oregon.