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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1928)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Oct. 12, 1928
ttlrtr)ktt'f'" ..i.ttrUM It'll IK
Our Fall SPECIAL on?
Montague Special to Oct. 5&
A cord of -wood or half a ton of
coal in lone, Lexington or Hepp
ner with every MONTAGUE.
Allen's better than ever. A handsome Cherokee
Circulator only $("() at
MEETING WILL BE HELD
AT LEXNCTON, OCT. 26
The Old Folks reunion will be
held at Lexington, Fririay, Oct.
7,0, in the highschool auditorium,
according to prem nt arranne
; merits. A Main feature, of course,
i will be tht bi bahket dinru r Jit
''.hj noon hour. Preceding thin in
the lor noon will he the registn
'of pioneers and addn stes fo be
i 'elivered by Ex Governor Pieice
!nf I. a irutAo nnn Ikiutrirt At'nr-
ney S. E. NotBonsf Heppne'. An
i HDurooriate urogram of entertain
f..,...n.n.......u...tt.tt.-M-M'-- ment for ,he afl.rnoon be
announced later, tnt all the old
timers of this community are as
ked to keep this date in mind
and arrarge to he prts.nt, as a
Igood tim. is in stote for thm. ,
Uert Mason, who has been in
Portland, on business, for ever
al days, returned Tuesday n urr.
ing. Mrs. Maggie liower is in Wal
la this week, visilng her si. ter,
P. Linn and Henry Clark are
wcking at the Davis sihool
house, in Gooseberry, buiidi g a
shed for the saddle horses ur d
some other work. They will al o
t ; do jome carpenter woik for A F.
? Ha'lowe'en Noveltie?. Wt have
I a bifc stock of them.
t I Bullard's Pharmacy
X ! Mr. and Mis. Peter Tuning
eeks duration with relathtant
t Long beach, California. Jhty
t c-ossd the Mexican line ft Tia
Case Furniture Co, Heppner
"The Light's Too Poor"
With a Modern Kodak, such statements
u.n't bother you. Tor a Modern Kodak is
independent of bright light it gets good
pictures early or late in the day, indoors near
sunlit windows, outdrs in the bhadc.
The reason is that Modern Kodaks are equipped
with faster kmc lenses that admit more light to
the film for better exposure. And Kodaks with these
remarkable lenses are now available at less than half
the former price of such optical equipment.
Let us show and explain tht
" Modern Kodaks to you
The "Kodak Store"
s tne vhrisuan vnurcii
We Invite you to be present at our Bible Stixol. We ae
working for a great day, Oct. II, which is Rally Day.
E. L. Wood,Minitrr
Lome in ana see
RED & WHITE
Oct. 13. (EL Oct 15 '
The Overcoat Season is
Close at Hand.
Let Us Take Your Meas
ure and Order.
We Try To Please.
I Juana and, in all, travelled i.lout
I ' four thou
ousand miles on thei jour
Mr. and Mrs. Victor vPett ison
were Portland visuosslast week,
returning to lone Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Grimes have
returned from a combined bu i
ness and pleasure trip to Eum t e.
while there they visited wi.h
Mrs. Grimes daughter...
i Mr. and Mrs Edward .laiksin
; wer j Sunday visl'.ora in lone.
Mr. Jackson is now employed at
the new mill town of Kinzua. j
Dun ward and Betty, the youtig
children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis!
Bergevin, who are attending a
poarding school in Pendleton, I
' spent the four day school holiday
I Mrs. Oscar Cochran and sons
George and Elmer, Mr. and Mrr.
A Contrast in Principles
TOR the protection of labor, in
dustry, agriculture and citizen
ship the Republican parly started
the protective tariff. 1 he Paine.
Aldrich bill which was wiped out
by Democratic leadt rsh'p in 1 9 1 3
and the Fordney-McCumber bill
which went into effect in 1922,
closed America's doors to the free
entry of European manufactured
goods, produced by cheap labor,
and the livestock and agricultural
products of South America, New
Zealand and Australia. Under
these a duty cf 42 cents a bushel
was placed on wh.at; ) 5 cents a
bushel on corn; 1 J to 2 cents a
pound on cattle; 50 cents per
hundred pounds on potatoe;$2a
head on sheep and 31 cents a
pounJ on scoured wool.
THE Democratic party has al
ways opposed a high paotect
ive tariff. It stanclr, for "tariff, for
revenue only" or a "competitive
tarifl." When I e Vr'.c wocdlaw
went into efec. .'Jlowed in
its wake anear panic h at wa only
averted by the . J A'arhEu
roqe. Wheat, corn, cattle, sheep,
wool, potatoes and other products
we"e p'aced on the free list. The
farmer suffered .Vom foreign com
petition and scoies of factories
closed down and brought on un
employment andbread lines. Rev
enue for government expense be
came so low that the Stamp Act
of October 22, 1914, went into
effect and a tax was required on
all notes, deeds, and mortgages
and perfumes and other sundries.
THE tariff is the sifjgnrJ of An!ricn inJustry, aviculture and commerce.
If changes are to be maJe in existing tariff laws they tan best be intrusted
to friends in the tariff rarty- the Republican party. Proteclion against foreign
comptlion, means prosperity. If you wsuld have a continuation of prosperity
Support a Republican President by voting for Judu - R. R' Butler for Congress
Pr Jv. by Rt.mbluan Stat Ontrjl Commitwt :"0; Impcrul hotel, Ps:tUnJ.
Phi! Met.l in. CI atraun.
Floyd J Cook. NKKUry.
SPUD SHIPPERS RESOLVE
Central Western potato phip
Sam Wa field and Wayland Rilch peri, meeting at Pocatello. Idaho,
ie. who went lo Ho d River o adopted a resMnticn intended to
work in the apple harvest huvel divert considerable part or the
returned home. potato crop of the Northwestern
Puii.in,,Koua..nn fiLH ui.h tales to cattle feed and to ship
pristow & Johnson I
the city recoider, asking that the
'names of Henry Clark for inarch
'aW. W. Head, for recorder, and
iLee Howell for councilman be
placed on the ballet for tiie'No
Mrs. Brink is now living in the im' rce'
: Mason bouse.
i On Saturday, Mrs. Rubr Fob
erts and Mists Fern Engelman
mad a business trip to Heppner.
I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Warfiuld,
Gooseberry farmers were iha
Sunday gueots of Mr, and Mis.
"For Sale: Fine Piano near
lone. Will sacrifice for quick sale.
jA snap. Write Taihnan Piano
! Stoic, Salem, Oregon, for ful
only U. S. No. 1 grade in inter
state trade, according to H. H'
Kipp, manager of the sgricul
tura! marketing department of
the Partland Chamber of Com
I R. RODISON
For Btyle, price and qualit) try
Star Hrand Shoes. Brislow nnd
M! now is
to equip your
I "Cold Weather Coming''
Prepare yourselves with warm
clothing. I have received a well select-
ed stock of Moleskin sheeplined coats
Leather Coats, Waterproofed Jack
ets, Blazers, Sweaters, Wool Unions,
Pendleton Shir, Etc.
See these garments before
making your fall selections.
j BERT MASON
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