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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1927)
TI1E IONE INDEPENDENT1!
Published Every Frijsy by
.V. V. HEAD, Editor Publisher
One Year -
mx Months ..
Entered si second class nutter at
he postoffice at lone, Oregon, under
act of March 3, 1879
Friday, Sept. 30 1927.
' Tit education forms r Ac common mini,
lust at the twig is bent, tht tret'i
By John Greenleaf Whittier
t Nowhere fairer, sweeter, rarer,
t Does the golden locked fruit- .
I Through his painted woodlands
f stray, I
f Than where hilside oaks and ,
1 b h s
Overlook the Tongblue reaches, '
X Silver coves and pcbbledbeach.es
2 And green isles of Casco Bay;
VT . , , I,.. i
J Nowher day, for delay,
I With a tenderer look beseeches,
"Let me with my charmed earth
On the grainlands of the main.
X Stands the serried corn li le
Plume anJiu-nnon rustlinC cay.
Out at sea, the Islands wooded,
HOOCH, HUGGING, HASTE
These Three Cause 75 Per Cent
of Motor Accidents.
Safety fiast slogans have been
adopted by the highway depart
ment of the state of Ohio in an
effort to reduce the number of
motrr accidents The three "HV
hootch, hugging, haste, cause 75
per cent of motor accidents. Some
Some of the Slogans are.
1. Don't try to scare a locomo.
tive with your horn.
2. A road hog roots op ma cad
am with his nose.
3. Our roads are wide and
mooth lon't bdrn them up.
4. Death is so permsr.ent
take a minute or two at thoce
dangerous railroad crossings
5. Tragedy in seven words:
Speed increases, breath cease",
rest in pieces.
6. Horse sense as well as horse
ptwer should enter into the oper
ation of motor vehicles.
7. Live to ride another day by
obeying sign; they mean what
they say. .
8 Drive with care; you may
meet a fool.
9. A reckless driver is a crimi
10. Keep yonr hands on the
Wheel; let your girl hug herself-.
Early Cradle TormtA
From "c'.loived Log
CniillcH, In tlx-Ir i .incut form, with
twri'lj' logs, m.-oop.il nut lo form more
nr Irs ciiinfnrtulile resting plural for
Indies. Thpy were without rockers,
"line the miturul shun of the log
mailt! tlii-lr use unneewmary. CrndleV!
have viirli'd with dlffiTi'tit modes of
li vlni; mix re Meet In their diversity of
form mid adornment the mfrea of
the culiliivliuuker'a art. The lUunnns
are mill to hit ve used cradles of ion
sldenilile reliiienient, lint uftcr the do
ellne of the empire, aecoiiiluinled as
It Mil Willi (lie iliKuy of living, the
criiille, with other furniture forms, ns
HUined v crude urid humlile anpeet.
One of the enrljr forms of the crmlle
wus (he oukeri client without s lid.
IliiskPls of otilnm were sometimes
used. In which the child, wmpped In
Sttuddlliuj clothe, was phiced. The
Atnerleiin crmlle of ouk In the Metro
I'oIIIiiii iiiiiNeuin In New Vork dules
from the enrly Seventeen!!! ceiilurjr.
I'lihulntm wenlth urid the skill of the
greiitexl craftsmen have been lavlilied
un the cradlei of royal children
throughout dlHtory. These linportiint
l)cil li live heen gilded and carved, In
tricately Inhild with gold and genu,
uphohilered In the choicest silks and
II tied with the most lumpiunus of mv
erlns of velvet end fur. Dorothy
tent, In Art and Decorul!on.
latiout one third of the tillable
Ignd of the state and oue half of
the farms have been completed,
thus providing farmers in these
sections with an inventory of
their toil. Maps and report? of
these surveys will soon be avail
able for free distribution from
the experiment station.
IN TUB" FOREST
There are sixty species of oak
in the Unitfd States. Only 14 of
tl ese are of commercial import
euce as furniture woods.
Where there there Is no vision
the forests perish and the peop'e
Silver birches, golden hooded,
Sdjwith maples, crimson
White sea foam and sand hU
Stetch away, '"away,
,he haz aulumn
Gayly chattering to the clatter
, , in2'
Of the brown nuts dow nward
Lap tne squirrels, red and gsay.
Mn the grassland, on the fallow, t
Drop the apples, red and yellow; J
Drop the ru-se pears and mellow
Drop the red leaves all the day
And away, swift away,
Sun and cloud o'er hill and
Chasin' weave lhelr w'b
Proper Honor Paid by
Shah to Fellow Poet
In lilt "Memories of Kighty Venn,''
Chaunoey M. Pepcw tells the follow
Ilrowning, the poet, was present at
a great dinner glveo for lira shah ol
Persia at Stafford house, the hntne ol
the duke of Sutherland, and the fluent
pulace In London. Every guest wn
aiked. In order to Impress the shah, to
come In all the decorations to which
they were entitled. The result wan
that the peers came in their robe
wlilch they otherwise would not haro
thought of wearing on such sn ores
sloti. Drowning mild he had received
a degree al Oxford and that entitled
him to a scarlet clonk. He was so out
ranked that be sat at the foot of the
table. The shah said to his bust :
"Who is that distinguished gentle
man In the scarlet clotk at the other
end of the tahle?" The host answered:
That Is one of our greatest poets."
"That Is no place for a poet," r
marked the shah; "bring him up here
and let him sit next to me." So at the
royal command the poet took the seal
of honor. The shah said to Browning:
"I am mighty glad to hart you Dear
me, for I am a poet myself."
Good Reason Why He
Didn't Put on Brake
It does give one a feeling of aectirl
ty when autolng If the car has one
of those "drakes tested" disks on It.
To be sure, the brakes may get nut of
order the day after the disk Is pasted
on, but If one doesn't know It there Is
no worry. IWIdes. it furnishes a line
allhl If one's car Is in a collision. Just
point to the blue dink and tell the
other fellow he must be to blame.
I'll what Is going lo happen to
those drivers who play the debonair
in the mutter of hrukes? A defective
hrnke meiins less to them than a bus
ing nioKiiilto. it reminds one of a
Kprlngfleld man who was noted for the
r.-cklexs way In which he slid down
hl'ls. Coming whlzs bang down a par
tlcularly steep Incline, a man riding
with him protested. "Why didn't you
put on your brakes, for gosh sakeT he
."Ilcmuse I haven't any," calmly an
swered the reckless driver, and pro
ceeded to coast down hill at top1
speed. Springfield I'nlon.
Ci'rh Shun Architecture
fine has to read this twice to be
Out of something over 5,000 United
Slates college students who answered
a questionnaire as to their life am
billons, not e single girl wanted to be
un architect Although they wanted
to be everytnlng else on earth every
thing except soldiers and architects
It would seem that one of the
greatest Jolm any woiiuin could un
derluke would de arcdltecture. Kmp
dally of privute residences. After
nil. the desiring of a residence Is
ju.'t putting a wall around a house-
I;wiliig Job. And tlie arrliliert wnn I
liiuki's I he pl.mx usiiiilly mt wim-n
to di'iil with as eusli ruslumrrs. All
tliul a mini ever ilocs wltli a now
IwiiiHa Is lo exphiln how he would
llkn tn have the dfn and I lien finds
nut dure Isn't going to be any dun.
Iva Anuoles Tlmea.
tlectrlc Company Gives
New Rate Schedules
The Shetman Electaric Com pa
ny announces the appended ached
nles as effective after the new
power line reaches Heppr.er. it
is thought this will b in from
30 to 60 days. Polea for the nem
line are now in as .far as Eight
Mile on the way to Ion from
aCHIOULB a i TOMMiaCIAI.
AvsUafcllllr tl erkWaUl ScttIm unto
Ikta Mkwiul la llbl In mii territory
ma sir wmu Klotrto UmHBy M.
out within tht orporsu limits of Arltns
t'lwnctw ! Btnlcti This hMiIi sn.
Slto to eomnimlal, protcMlunal, awrou.
IU. tnduatrlal, fraternal, duntionnl, mui
Umt Imllsr liutltutkuu far th Mrvhw (
Ushtins i4 null tnckHHiUi ilnik pbaM
npplluco ni puww wato.
'irt l Kilowatt noun pw nMtw '
or nnatk .ie pr KWH
Nmt la Kilowatt noun yr motar
V wioath io wr KWH
Nul MS kilowatt koura par tat
Par "wntli la par KWH
Naxt 400 Ktkioall kou.a par nwtar
par month a par KWH
Naat Kilowatt koura par HMtar
par month U par KWH
N.it loos Kilowatt koura par malar
par montk 4a par KWH
Earaaa ovar loot Kilowatt koura par
meter per montk la par KWH
Minimum Meatklr (harrei 11.10 par
meter per montk within the aorporau
limit of eillee ana towne.
i.aS par meter par month In all other
Term . Clrarti One rear.
b( HKULLK K CBNKBAL POWnB.
Nal Kale I
Fir.t U Kilowatt koura tiers' per
mon'.u per korea power of mail.
mam aemaas la per KWH
NeM U kilowatt koura uaei per
montk per koraepewer of nul.
mum aVmamt ta per KWH
" mentkly aoniumptiua ever
ahoee 1, pn- KWH
Minimum monlhlr chute I 11.10 par
norvepuwer of maximum aVntaa4.
hCHKOlLR K rtlMMKRCI At COOK
ING. MKTfcK RATK.
Ckaraetar af Benrlcei Thai aehWula a p.
plhra lo eery ice furnkhew for tke operation
of aooking ana basins equipment in eom.
mercial inalaJtatioiia aurk aa raatauranta,
koleui, kaheriee, koapiuia. arhoola, eta. The
ereiee la unlimilrw except that where Ike
installation Inciuaca keavy uty mjuipment
lor hahlne purpeeat tke compear may
kpaelfy n aailr peak mee! perio4 at four
koura aurinr which auch anuipmeat ahall
not he operates ky tke euatomar.
rir.t toe Kilowatt koura a-ed per
month ar par KWH
Ken 2u Kilowatt koura nee per
month tc mt KWH
Next 70S Kilowatt koura ut W,
meatk fg pr KWH
aaaoaa erer lose Kilowatt koura
u, -- 1S per KWH
Minimam Ckamai 11.10 per montk per
kilowatt of maximum aVmaan.
Maximum UemaaSi The mulmnm ae.
mane! M eeuMeiew lo he tke maximum maS
that may he connect re: at nay Uaae Sarins
bormal operatiena aa4 ahall ha taken ae Ike
manufacturer aama plate ratine, ar at
tke aompany'a oplioa axay he aeUrmiaeS
ky auluhlo teat or uapectma.
Term al Cantracti Not lam thaa ana
SCHEOt'LI A-l RESIORNTIAt
Srrrlca under thia achecjula la available
in all larrltorr aerved ay SWmaa aUeetria
Coi.ipany aeeept witnin the eotporate luu
Ka of Arlington. Oregoa.
Character af Senieei ThU aakaanat hi
appiicahle ta electric ear. ice furnmaeel thru
oae meter for lighting, cooking, ana email
elagle phaea power ana heating equipment
la private naieSenem. Indleioual Bab. aoa
InejvUoal apartmeata. it ia not applicakw
eee, rooming aouet
apartment kauaaa aareael
Firat II Kilowatt noun par
per atentk lie pw KWH
Next II Kilowatt houn pn meter
per month. 10. per KWH
Exceaa ever IS Kilowatt koura per
meter per montk ta per KWH
Miauaam Meatkly Ckargai 11.10 pea
meter per montk within the corporate Uav
ita of cilim aa4 lawaa.
11.40 per meter par month la nil ether
Water Healing Servicei Any taatomal
Ing an electrle lank water neater ia ana.
Junction with an electrle range, e other
kaaey duty cooking appliance having a ea
pacity af f kilowatu ar more, wiU he fur
r.u,hcel ervice for auch water kenler at the
Sal ralaa guoteel ketew, providing the water
heater and the cooking equipment are
aereed tarough ana narvtea had ea eoenert-
y meaaa of a douhla threw awHak ar
limiting device that It ia tmpeeeible for a
load greater than the normal aoohiag load
la be thrown on the service al any lima.
No water heating eerelee will he far.
niched auieae lanke are aqaipped with aa
approved tnaulating never and wltk a Iher.
meatatia aWvme for HmMing the water teav
peralore ta a practical maximum,
lint Ralea far Water Heating I
SOS Watt Heater 12 it par month
Wnlt he. tec . pw
100 Watt heater ar larger .
U S per montk pew kW
A calory la the amount of heat re
luired to raise the temperature of one
.Tm of water one deBree centigrade,
n dietetics a cslory !i a unit to lo
llcate heat or energy produclug value
Mtirrow roiintr l'm'iiiiOra.nge
Master, Chas. - Icklnnder
Vexl nil etliipx
OXE I.OHOK No.!'.") A V. AA, M.
leels every first iin.l third Wednea-
my i if each tiionlh. W, M.Jusou Hid-
lie; Hevjr , W. E.IIul a 'J
Un iiHt f hnpter Nn. 119 O. K
Ueets the second mid fmirtb Tuea-
Ih.v oleiteh month W , M Mrs. W, K
Bullpjw, Secy., Mrs Itutli Muson.
IOWE t.OIUK No. 135, I. O. O. F.
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' BUNCH ORAH8 IlEIJEKA H No. 91,
I. . O. If. Urets lirt and third
.Thursday of eiicli iiw.iiiIi. N. (J lira
Notes ot Interest to All
, A not Infrequent visitor at lona
has teen tee Rev. M. B. Parotna
Kian, field worker for the Near
East . Heliaf. Mr. Parodnagian
has heen greatly depressed for
years over the suffering of his
People but now wrltea to the In
dependent of his hopa that there
may he aome aid for the refugees
thdoaifh the League of Nations,
It seems teat for yeara, Dr. Nan
aen, the great Arctic explorer,
has been the Commissioner of
the League of Nations to study
the refugee problem and if possi
ble find a solution. A few days
ago atGeneva, Dr. Nansan aerved
notice on the League that unUis
ihey meant to do something he
would resign. He was urged to
slay on by soma aullueuiial men
with the promise that the whole
subject wonld be studied afresh.
"When Dr. Naustn went into
Armenia tostudy the Kovernment
al situation with reference to
bringinuing in several thousand
refugees, ha went with Bcrclay
Acheron, formerly of Portland,
now Director General of the over
seas operationd of the Near East
Kelief. The Armenian Govern
ment would gladly have welcom
eJ the refugeea but all available
tillable land waa taken.
Old WM Paper R$tord
The quaint wall per which ha
been on the wails of the old historic
Utrfutt-I.add house at Portsmouth. N.
H home of the Colonial Iiamea of
New llsnipslilre, has been completely
reiiovsted by Edward A. Ilalhner of
Dorchester. The psper was carefully
removed from the walls and taken to
Huston, where It was cleaned and re
inforced. It was then taken buck to
Portsmouth and placed la Ita original
position. SkUted scenery painters re
touched the tvarta that were faded.
Chicken dinner will be served
caferia style at the Christian
Church parlors, Friday evening,
Sept. 30. Dinner will be ready at
(5:00. P. M.
. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting, Thur., 7:30P. M.
11 " 11
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Paator
11:00 A. M.:C. E. at 6:45, P. M.
Prayer Meeting, Wd., 7:30
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10.00 A. If.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
C. E.:6:30; Preaching Service,
at 7:30 P. M.
It Pays to Look Well
ppecialist in Bobs.
Attorney At Law
First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
A.D. UCHURDO, IL D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
.Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : ' Oregon
r.?" , ' L, x'
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it will
pay you to see L Balsiger
:-: lone Meat market :-: .
Meat makes the meal. It U appetizing.
nourishing, and healthful!. Meat should be ant
important part of your
day. Whether you come
I tusyou are sure to gtt
; We liave a large variety ol chotce cuts.
T. E. Peterson, Prop.
'TONE BLACKSMITH SHOP'
We are prepared to take are 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 toe
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
j& J. P. O Meara, Proprietor j&
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.
I Nice Rooms.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
IONS, TUESDAYS and HMD AYS
. From 9:00 to 10. 00 A. M.
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts
' IONE, OREGON
...L'Vl'TJ. ' ' if in'?.
B. G. and Co. I
dally menu. Serve it cveryf
into our shon. or nhnn
the 'kind of meat you want.
Miss Zena Weatfall, Graduate
A, H. Johnston M. D.,
Physician In charge.
Dr. F. E. Farior
Oflice: Odd Fellows Building