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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1927)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
V. '.V. HEAD, Ftliior l'tiblishcr
Jiic Year. .... $1.50
vix Month 75
liree Month 50
Kntercd a second class matter at
he pmtuli'ire at lone, "Orison, under
rt t.f March i. 1S."9
Friday, Sept. 16 1927
Tti lie discontented with the the divine
i- , . . .u . vi-ur flowers.
i..'fi(ej ix the verr genu ol the tint ,
moWth nfn j Safety first is ore of the leasl
Chntrcs Kingsier. ; P inful habits.
MY AIM ,
By G. L'nnaous Bunks
I live for those w ho love rre. who? e hearts are kind and tri e, .
For the heaven that smiles above me and awaits my spirit too; J
For all huivan tics that bind me, for the task by Cod assigned me; J
J For the bright hopes yet to find me, and the & od that I can do.t
I live to hold commvnion with all in virtues line t
To emulate their glory and follow in their wake:
Wards, patriots, mattyrs .sages, the heroic tf all ages,
Whos deeds crowd History's pagis and times great volume make
J I live 1 1 hold communion with all that is divine,
To feel there is a uni n 'twixt Nature's heart and mine;
To profit by affliction, reap truth frtm fields of fiction,
Grow w iser from conviction, and fulfill Cod's gtand design.
X I live to hail the reason, by gifted ones foretold,
J When man shall live by reason and not alone by gold;
X When man to man united, and every wrong thing righted.
The whole world shall be lighted as Eden was of old
I live for those wno love me, for those who know me true;
For the heavm that !rr.i!cs ;t(( n,;!;v;:'! njtiiiftf.
For the cause that lacks assistance, for the wrong that needs
For the future in the dittai ce,
AUSPICES AMERICAN LEGION
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BOB FLETCHER, S
IONE, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21
t .cis of Pen - Thev
of 21 daee booklets er ti I"
1-eiltS Heroes. Thus, far foirr o
these booklets have been pnhlisl
eJ an 1 can be obtained frde t f
charge from the IVtland brand
of tne Metronhlitan and aUo ol
the office of the Oregon Tn t n cu
loia Association, 310 FiiZpaw tfc
B!ock.-The four that have Bpucir
eJ deal with Uf. lives ami ai-cm
plishments of Ed war-d Jm.:tr,
originator of smallpox vacau.-,
Eiward Livingstone Trjieau,
pioneer of the tuberculosis sana
t i irn mvemiiut, Vall r Hed,
msnti ned abavp, ar.c Lo jis Pas
tjur, Frenco bacterioU gist, the
first three of these are mtive
Aneaicani and Paf-teur wasclot,e
ly a.SJciatid witll a tiumber of
American scientists ol t..e lime
Walter Heeo'a work in proving
hat theAcpi'S Acgypti monquiio
was Hip only ca rier of vellow
fi?ver paved the way for tin work
of General W C. G. rgas i ho
ue?d lbs canal zore limn tins
peit and wade poisible the bui d
mg of the Cltial,
lione by the Mitr p !i.an L fe
lnui'd ice C )m;jany in a leries
JJest giade of Copper Cai bon
rite, far wheat trealu r at Paul
U. Ualsigei's, lcne,
FOR SALE, one Dain stacker
wiih buck rakes, one John leerc
mwer, one three horsejohn Deer
engine, one two bottom Deer,
You can save money cn any of
IJRISTOW & JOHNSON
Watching the scenery nstt ad
of the traffic causes accidents.
av it with brakes and savt
acTll e feed that I ;n t'o.
KOU iD-UP BAND
Make Ymi Sfpn
rm -iit.c Aiii'fi.Tcu
vni iin.d 'H' t l.ll I 1.11,
A m:i,istcr using h:c electric
ii'n in the front church yard dis
it'ived thU stimulating bit of
ot'ginalitj: " IT Life Worth! he
Living? That Depends Upon Tie
Liver." When Eonr owner of i
funnybone hung a home pa lite '
car I acvertifing pills below tht
sip-n, the nrnisterculd'nt aee Ih
joke, But hi sign att a: en a'
tention, a thine which churchts
all over the land fre dtiig with
e Vctric advertising nowadays.
Not bo lor g ago churches shun
ned outdoor advertisii gasoneihi
cut. But fol'owing in tie staid
foot steps of the banks, they are
no using elrcttlc ligat in vs i t
forms. Letter signs, i It mit.ater
and va ion? other f rs of cut.
dooor lightidg are helping to till
Burning that the o!er Teliow is
oing to be carelesB. Keep j our
cy s unu nii.,d on the traffic.
Jn;:c.-.e;! Defensive Art
'i lii-M, r Jin ji.:r.. ,,,, ,)f
lll.il.'lle lll;i Hrwllin,!, ulilcli kecw
1 ",' '""'V ' K Inliili.K, n.,1 h..
iiiilea It lo i,i.,. ; nnmk wlih l.
Ixiily cnv.-iT.I only will, hrwhvH Mini
" J;,,;,'f- It etllllVHllw llllllk-
riwt of Hie cj, haii.l tin. I r.,ot It
' A I V
MONTANA MASONS GIVE
CEMENT TO BRITISH
Desiring to have some part in
the construction of the great Ma
sonic temple now being built in
London by the Grand Loilgo of
liigland and wishing to express
thir ailmiration and nspect of
tliat Grand Lodge nsthe Mother
Grand Lodg of the world, the
Masons of the Grand Lolgeof
Montana sent to England n half
t ne of Montana cement to be
u ed in cementing together Borne
of the stones in the Masonic tern
pleh London, the corner stone of
which was !aid Ju'y 14
"We hope this cement, thus
i.jread in your new temple, will
$. mbolize a new and binding un
ion between the Mother Lodge of
the v"orld ana Hie Grand Lodge
tf Montana, and as our Montana
cement becomes stronger with
au soniHy the ties of brotherly
'ove thus strengthened beet me
8 oniter as the years g"hy,"
re id pnrt of he letter aent to
itu Grand Lodite of E-Rlai d.
Sir Franeif DuVis, Provincial
Grand Master of Worcestershire,
representative of theGrand Lodge
of Montana neut the United Grand
.-due of England said in answer:
"If 1 may say so, the Montana
brethren have betn happily in
spired in choosing cement, as by
:0 doing they symbolize the close
brotherhood of Freemasons all
over the world and more espe
cially among English speaking
The word automobile vu taken
from the Greek "auto," inclining self,
plan the I. ntln "niolillU," mt'iinlnf
lunvHlile. It i of French orlnln nnd
In nn tuljeetlve un ci a ii noun. In Iti
lltNt usujp It wa upl'H'il only to
Ifiisure vehicles ur eurrlnire. The
ti-riii nn created M meet the uml'lcn
il 'mi: ml for m wnnl In ilcm-rllie the
h .ir i'li-s., or nelf irii lllns velmks
In the Cautt of MtJicint
T. M'lllcul It-.:ranic ucitjr of
rtntrl. ml Iium i-iolwd a pluii wiivrtby
lit U'litt who hae mt niilirli iit nu-:in
0 tu' iiicdlnil pructU'e mil jr ikiw
In it HircilL'ti u synU'in nf hmni. Thin
ci h-'il.TtM sv.'ut 11I1I to nieillclne
To he ti'inplfd to iinui'r hihI hnld the
ri-lit'llioua tongue In ullfuce, toj-rin In
the tpmpentuou Hilill that II the
height of food breeding. It U lUo the
Judication of a great character. Kt
THE MHRRtAM WEBSTER
HundrcJi of Supreme Court
Judges Concur In highest praise
of the work as their Authority.
The rresidenri of all leading Uni
versities, Collrgrj, and Normal
Scltools give their hearty injur je
All States that have adorned a
hrge dictionary as itaruLml have
The Schoolbooks of 'Si Countnr
adhere to the VtcrriunvWebtter
system of diacniic.l r-,3rks.
The Govcrnmen' r-!r,:!ng Office
at Washington aw. !. as auihorio.
V.'RITE U,t HmrU r i of ill Nn
UWi, tprrifrwn uf C. " zx snd India
IONE LOIXii: No.K'l A. K. it., M
Mi-etH every flrnt nn I llilnl Wedn,..
lmy ofem-li inontlt, . M Jiimm Hid
die; Keey ,
I.oeiiHt C'linitiT N.i nn o. k
MeetH the iwiroiiil nini mirtli Tne.
(lay of eneli muii t,h v. M MrB,
i , Hecjr., Mrs.
10 K f.ODHK No. 1 :!.-,. I. ti i
Meets every Hnttirdi.v t'venliiK. N
ti T V.. Troue; Secy , I. Howell.
lit 'NCI I Q It A SS Ii KI'.I'.K A II No. 1)1,
I. ). O. V. .MeetH fiiKt and thin
Thurmliiy of eneli iiton Ii. N. U lr
i Hwy. r..
ft Bering f '',';. : tl'jjitj.
Notes ol Inkiest to All
- At a business meeting of the
C. E Society of I he lone Chris
tian Church, Wednesday, officers
were elt cted as ollows: Pi evident,
llni.'l Akets; Vice Pres., Mildred
Smith; Secretara Treasurer, Thel
At a basinets meetin? of the
Congregational Church, Wednes
day evening, It was voted to re
sume the service of public wor
ship, Sunday morning. For the
present services will be held only
at the morning hour.
A defin'te religious prograrr,
in woith it is planned to have the
students of the univetBity take
a part, was outlined nt a meeting
of the ministers of Eujene whji
university Chrstisn workers, Mon
day norn at the Aiieiioi age.
A thre fold progtam, as outlined
by Kev. Honry D.vis, in charge
of Unitee Christiuu work on the
campus, wrs approved by those
present. This program calls for
an inspirational hour of wo. ship
on Sunday, the gormation of rel .
gious groups in which the ttu
dents will ai-sume leadership,
and discussion group in undei
the auspices of the churches, far
talks on the leading problems ol
The soial program in w hich the
churches are to take, part wa
also outlined at this meeting. Ft i
.lay, Sept. 30, will be "chnruh
night." On Oc.otur 9 students
be urged to alien 1 then
churches, and present their letteis
irom home churches lor ufi'iliat.
ed membership. It ig then plan
ned to organize wotk with the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Pi ay er Meeting, Thur., 7:301. M.
Uev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M.:C. lu. lC.4j, P. M.
Prayer Meeting. Wed., 7:30
HHS1 CHRISTIAN CllUKl'H
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thura. livening
C. E.: 6:30; Preaching Service,
at 7:30 P. M.
Chief of Police Jenkins of Port
land, reports 262 girls missing in
Porlandin 1920, i)i of whom have
n ?ver been found.
Suptrior Drills. Tho rame tells
lie story, p. G Balsiger.
It Pays to Look We i
Specialist in Bobs.
C. L SWEEK
Attorney At Law
First National Bank Building
fleppner . Oregon
When You Visit Heppner '
Eat at the
I ft f l r . . n
uuuu iMtdis uesr. oi ?erwce
ID. MCMUSDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
selling your wheat it will jj
pay you to see L Balsiger jj
:-: lone Meat market :-:
i : - Meat makes the meal. It is appetizing,: i
-nourishinii ami hcalthfull M.f cKmii.l ha
iimportant part of your daily menu. Scrvs it everv
i Iday. Whether you com? Into our shop, or phone::
Z tusyou are sure to get t!rj kind of meat you wantJJ
; ; We have a large variety of cliotce cuts. '
? : T, E. Peterson, Prop.
"IONE BLACKSMITH SHOP"
We are prepared to take care of your
shafting requirements by the installation . of an
electric key way machine and a' stock of shafting
in a wide range of sizes. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
j j& J. P. O'Meara, Proprietor
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENClNES,
! MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Phone-Office Main 933
Keatdence Main 492
IOSH, TUIiSDAYS nd FRIDAYS
From 11:00 to 10.00 A. M.
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice In all the Court
B. G. and Co.
Miss Zena Westfall, Graduate
A, Ii. Johnston M. D.,
Physician in charge.
Kates Reason able
Dr. F. E. Farior
Office: Odd Fellows 'Building