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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1929)
1 HE ONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every 1'rulay by
V. V. I 1kai, Editor Publisher.
Six Month ....
Three Months .
Entered as second Class mutter at
the pustoffioe at lone, Oregon, under
Friday, Jan. 25, 1929.
Continued from Pg, I
P ndleton, a visit to La Grande
to discuss the pi opofed normal
Kepres-ntative 11. H. Weather
spoon, o'i Union County, ia cha r
man of Ihecoinmitte wlii.ih made
the visit and Fred Kiddle, of Is
land City, who ia senator from
L'tiiur, Umatilla ana Morrow
c )untieg ia a member. Represent
a ive A. G. Ktnhlijtht of Multno
man, made the third member t f
Up I he Sleeve
The expression, "laughing up one'a
sleeve." Iiurks I :. k to the ti. e Wh. n
sleeves were i-i.l hit tV.'l r.n I henny
liiulm were d- "tn l h il iii:inner. So
people lltenill) laughed up Uielr
WHERE ARE THE LIGHTING
FIXTURES OF YESTERDAY?
,i i. t-n
Ry went off.
Electricity is not merely d
business titer prist not
fme-elo a money making urn
bertaking. It is much morel
Juk greater than either rH
'wth of these. It is a public
XtrusJ, stabilizing the whoh
octal siruature ny makingl
possible better ttenJards ol
Xliving and pjoduction, ami
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT Co.
Safeguard of Libert v
Riliiiiiiliin U a lienor snrpxiuird ot
llli'-rty tli.in a stumling urmy.-Kv
tow Round Trip Fari to
$Otmd lh fMlv kolidft a.
Mr SalliariiCUlorfil. Make
Sail Lalia Ciln Mhw la Pwllaad.
d Su Fraawiac. Naw aaaaa
Mf pluaa all tha war. FiM,
faal Iraiaa. Slpran varailllao.
Maka RssM-vations Now
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OREGON LEGISLATIVE '
Governor's Messape Hoard;
Many Bills Offered; K:
blad Senate PresiJent.
8:dem, Or. With such spofd did th
S5lh legislative assembly get under
ay that In tha first day It not only
organlted, elected presiding officers
and listened to the governor' uiea
ifte, but swung Into tha receiving of
bills, more than 140 bills being Intro
duced in the house before the law.
makers knocked oft work and called
It a day. The senate received the first
two bills. Such expedition and effi
ciency has not been observed in many
Organ Itat Ion as completed and
committees ready for announcement
before noon, at which time recess was
taken until 1 o'clock to listen to the
message. Following tills came the
first of the flood nf billa from the vast
ni':.iber durr." rJ Into the hopper of
the house. tJ aohiul.t I bj a com
mittee ap. in c 1 In l'.'-I to dig out
and recou...:.iJ for r. ;.al obsolete
No contests d v-l ;;. in co:: . t'tlou
with organization of the senate.
Norblad la Senatt Prcsidsnl
f nator Norblad of Astoria was
r.;D.iu;tcJ for pretld.nt by Ren:;'.or
Mosor and received 27 votes. Sen: 'cr
Br own Toted for Senator Reynolds of
Marlon, while Norblrd cast bis ballot
for Senator Eddy of Douglas.
doesn't have to be a Datriarch lo
, , I .
ii.t. injiiung nxiures oi yesteryear:
Rhe combination which made it possi
use gas if at any time theetectrici
Within the memory of many present
Way industrial workers also is the recol
of the steam plant that was al
kept in repair as a standby should
tthe electric power fail. 2
are these emergency annlsno I
Overnight, almost, eleclric service has!
developed to o point where an ad t
anc uninterrupted supply is tak-I
Therapicitv of this development and
universal benefit it has conferred.
been dne primarily to the courajfe
initiative and prophetid vision which
have marked the management of the
kour.try's light and power companies.!
Under the sound business adminis
ration of tnesecorrnanies. imfaltrrinui
I not only avaiLtlc to everyone!
mesand for all purposes, but th(t
i sservre h.ic h.n r.A.P?
the hands of these o nsmies the
is assured a dnnM nimnc (min i
jsion of electrical service to meettht!
demands of o'nr national lcvplnnmpn t
decreasin rates as more is used. I
"He ft-lm ihiiik only f ii.om.y
"ilil III llu. tli uiife t Clilnniown
"niunt l prepared fur tlim-s trl,.
ri'.liry limy fnr-H Its In-s frlt-ntls.
V. iislilniiiii Star.
Dont forget we're
It will pay you to
iuiiu v.iiip ."Mil Tn
: J. L. banford k bon
Grain Dealers, of
Will Be Represented this Season
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to
f sell your wheat.
The committee on rulei la composed
of Senators Marks, Eddy and Moaer.
Orjauutatlca of the senate was com
pleted In less than an hour.
The committee on credentials was
appointed by Itepreaentatlve Potter
as follow: Bt'lgga of Jackson, Fisher
ot Douglas, Mcl'heraon of Benton,
Norvell uf Umatilla aud Clark of
After u ten-minute recess the com
mittee on credentials reported. After
adoption of the report. Chief Justice
Cosliow, escorted to the speaker's desk
by Henderson of Multnomah aud Hat
lott of Hood Kiver, administered the
oath ot the office to the members.
Hamilton Chosen Bptaker.
Ralph 3. Hamilton of Bend was then
placed lu nomination as speaker by
Louergan ot Multnomah and was tha
unanimous choice. Ho received (7
votes, Burdlek ot Crook, Deschutes,
Jefferson, Klamath and Luke, and
Wltmlow ol Tillamook being absent.
Speaker Hamilton waa escorted to the
speaker's desk by Collier of Crook,
Deschutes, Jefferson, Klamath and
Luke, Kubll of Multnomah, and Child
ot Linn. After being sworn In he an
nounced that he would defer his form
al message to member until a later
l'olhtli:- to th. fslh .'e cl lit Income
ta:. .tK. Juro paused by the last legis
lature to l.:?t C.'ego.. a S2 JJO.OOO de
ficit, through Us rejection by the peo
pie at the general election, Governor
l'attersou. In hla nit-r age to th JStta
Ic; luirtivo rs-r-bly':' Joint session, de
clared th) stble'j la .-makers respon
aible tor "providing levenue adequate
for discharging expense of state gov-Li-amcntal
activities" and eliminating
'any dij;dt ll.at mny e:.lst." Kmpba
sixiug this he said: "A 1 tee It, this
la th foremost duty which face you."
Governor Make Recommendation.
Highlights of the Governor' Dies
Thought for Today
Keur nut. m friend. itfviny more
linn One. -Willi. :m l.til.
Paul C. Balslger, Agent.
At Paul G. Balsiger's
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 1U:U0 A. M.
Prtyer Meetinr, Thur., 7:30P. M.
! Rev. W. W. HEAD. Pagtor
11:00 A. M.:C. E. t 6.43. P. U.
PriyerMeetiiig. Wed.. 7:30
F1RoT rHH,oTUN ruurH
FIKSF CHR,ST1AN CHURCH
ounuaj acnuui A. ol.
Prv.r M.tinf Thur. fc'u-n,
C. E.:6:30; Preaching Service,
it 7:30 P. M.
Mass every second Sunday in lone
during Nov, Dec., Jan., Feb., Mar.
April and May at 10:30 A, M. in
the home of Mr. J, P. O'Meara.
I Rev. Thoi: 1. Brailv. Patrnr.
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in the market this
drop in at the I
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np ic niivinn tnr
J llv Id KJ A J II I 1V
see him before youf
C J. WALKER"
Lawyer CD. Notary
tWJ Ftllow$ UuilJinit
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
First National Bank Bid
When You VisitHeppner
Eat At The
Good Meals BestofService
f AMcMURDO, Ml
Physician And Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Physician & Surgeon
Heppner - Oregon
one, Tuttdare mnd Fridmji
Fmm 9 GOto 10.00 A. U.
F. II ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
Will I'rm-tliT In All The Court
MIm Ketia Wratfiill. OriKlunte
A. II. Johnston M. D.
PhvHtrlnn la Clinrgn.
KATKS It ICA SON All LB
Dr. F. E. Farrier
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
J. 0. PETERSON
Dr. J. Arthur Craig
I'honeM1012 Case Apartment Bldg
Evonings and Sunavs IVjjpfiw, Ckt,
by appoint me nt
It nilk-ht make an enlraclni lulklni
movie Just to lei Hit acton ami a-t
ressoi my what thejr uaed lu any dur
ing tha filming of Hie illvni driimu.
LETTER HEADS, ENVEIOPES, CARDS,
SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STATION-
ERY OF ALL KINDS '
pay you to sec L. Badger
representing D. G, and Co.
Variety In Fine Meats:-:-: j
One thing about this market - your mind need'nt '
be made up when you come in. Our layout ot ;
choice meats Is just one dclijjhtfull suggestion after i
another. Yes, even If you don't see what you have '
your taste set for just speak up. No doubt that ;
Particular Cnt iS in Our refrirfrrarnr
! lone Meat Market, T. E. Peterson :
"ICNE 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. VVe also have a list ef
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new comtine.
r J. I . J ivieam KrnnriPr
ater to the
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
BUY YOUR WOOD AND
COAL FROM COLE
YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
VERY BEST AT THE
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
v heat it Will
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