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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1929)
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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Evrry J-'ridiiy by
W. W. Hrab. Editor Publisher.
One Year $1.50
Six Months 0.75
Three Months 0..'0
Entered as second C lass matter at
the postcffioe at lone, Oregon, under
act of March il, 1ST9.
f riday, Feb. 22.
MUCH WORK BEFORE
Work Far Behind Schedule,
Hectic Week in Sight; May
Will Run Week Longer Tax Bill,
First Important Measure, Passed
Auto License Measure Hat Popular
Approval County Auto Money for
Road Purpotet Only Oregon Min
eral Wealth Needs Development.
Salem, Ore. There la much work
yet to be done In the house. Speaker
Hamilton laid Saturday that he would
hurry up the business as much at
possible and pr"hably would !-old t'.;ht
sessions henc:ro.t'i If It Ic uer-.-ssjry
to clear up th? di jl; e.-.ch day. He t.ld
that the session probably would be
held over a full extra week before all
tie work now t fore the house and t
come can be disposed of.
Wheu the bouse adjourned Saturday
until Monday morulng a total of 52:!
bills had been Introduced during the
five weekt of the session. Of tola
number only 200 had been passed, 58
Indefinitely postponed. 23 withdrawn
and 20 resolutions and memorials tad
So far 28 senato bills have beeu
patted by the house. Thirteen vetoed
house billt and three tenate bills of
the 1927 session have been passed
There are at present 147 bills in com
mlttee and more tuan 100 house bills
and ISO tenate billt on which final
action remains to be taken.
Instead of completing itt labors In
40 dart, the present legislative session
will be lucky if it doet not run more
than an extra week. The 40th day tt
next Friday, February 22, Washing
ton'a birthday, but a week beyond
that will tee the mills grinding unless.
In desperation, billt are thrown out
the window and the tolont consider
it time to go home.
First Billt of Importance. ,
After five weekt not one piece of
legislation of major Importance wat
enacted until Saturday, when. Just be
fore adjourning to gird its loins for
the sixth day and what might have
been the last week the senate passed
the property tax relief measure for
centralised control of assessment!.
Thit is, really, one of the big piecs
of legislation that hat been before the
legislature and, strangely enough, It
lid through without furor.
Adopting of two memorials to con
grets for an Investigation of the tele
phone altuation cannot be regarded ar
of overwhelming Importance to tin
people of the state, for if congres:
ever gets around to making such an
Inquiry, It will be years before then
it a prospect of teeing ratet reduced
And tnese memorials also tl!d through
at the tall end of the fifth week, with
out special comment, for they have
been argued in open bearings on div
The deficit problem can be solved
by the enactment of the excite tax
en bankt and financial corporations,
Dr. Clarke, Eye Sight Svch'
Ut, in lone Sat , Feb, 23rd at th
FIRST EATriST CHURCH
Sunday Sc' onl at 10: 0 A. M.
Prayer Mecti .e. Thur.. T MW M
Rev. W, W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M.:C. E. at 6:45, P. M
Prayer Meeting, Wed., ?;30
FIRST CHUSTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thura. Evening
C. E.:6;30; Preaching Service,
at 7:30 P. M.
Official A nnouncemtnl
Mass every second Sunday in lone I
during Nov., Dec , Jan., Feb., Mar.
April and May at 10:30 A. M. in
the home of Mr. J. P. O'Meara.
Rev.Tho. J. Brady, Pastor.
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I f-rm almost rnbr!ev.-V? t-'.-'i: darters!. sla r.-. old-TV?? ! T
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I ."".-nk.-.t.-.n :.ricn?t rj visit t.T c'ty roc '. r .) I i: o t! .--i J
tality !;'.:.-, o;o.-.ed by elt hundred s.rinj. 'Vo.e r.:e s fee
ertlstle tcce?j, incidental mi; :? r.n
The Manhr.ttrn Mr.ricr.c:;e.i nr?
4 .'.na tne i ro,;r;:m 13 oaa 01 L;l..-.t
rourT rr.J r!d.
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:: 44444-4"f 44"t.-r4t4-f 4-4 1
At lone High School
March 15, at 8 p. m.
and oy tne enactment 01 a ia uu in
tangibles. The former will raise J 750.
000 a year and the latter 1500,000, at
cording to estimates. With these two
measures the deficit can be wiped out
In two years, which It considered soon
enouKb. The measure, would sl.o
make unnecessary an Income tax.
Auto License Bill Passed by House.
With the house passing the revised
autan-.otlle license fee scheduled Sat
urday, whkh also calls for 1 cent aildl
tlonal on gasoline, another big piece
of lesisiation has gone through the
rouse and will be in the senate In a
rouple of days. This particular in -as-nre
carries more popular Interest
than any ot!i r btfore the session.
In the hou.se is a general sales tai
bill and a bill for a ta on intangibles
and two Incor.ie tax Treasures.
Til" re also is a m.asure in the hmr e
calling for tlie iuIsLjIm lo the peo
ple or a plan to levy i cent a gallon
for five years, the sum so raised to b
expended exclusively foMhe conctruc-
" H adop'ted'thl. will give a 5-cent tax
. 1 gasullne, providing the auto revl
!on fee bill, with Its 1 cent. Is en
acted. The reference to the people la.
at best, a sort of gesture on the part
, i . . . . ,
of a number of sinators who wanted
bonds Issued for roads and discovered
thrre we too much opposition to get
h i-h that plan.
-This bill will noi ih-.lp tha siiua-
tit.V sa.d Ipton, "but will mai.a It
..rat." Persons who give . worth-
leas check In payment for automobile.
llcensea would ba compelled to pay 11
penalty, $3 protest feei and othar
costa lneurrad 1b maklsg th colUo-
Dont forget we're in the market this
I It will pay you to
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inu ijte oie mmi
J. C. Sanford & Son
Grain Dealers, of
Will Be Represented this S.uson by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to
sell your wheat.
1 naiiy other d.llrtli.ful f :.::r.s
last ord In nio'cri pini c '.-ei v.
u..istry and cx jiij ij c.i;.rn l r I
Wi'.d Flower Varittitt
S; 1 . It n flntti-i inu plunts growli ii
.1.1 in tin- l iiinil stuii'S imc) Cunnila
slll'K.liil ill nliiilll t I.IK Ml.
MOTirn CAtc rc akmu'a c
N0TICE SALE OF ANIMALS
Notici' i hprt'h ttivpn Iha by
"irtu of tH" lnw of Ihf P'ste of
Or Kon, the unrlerfined hastnk
en up the hereinafter described
anima's found running at larve
on his premises in Morrow con
tv. State of Orison, and that he
will on Saturday. March 9, 1929,
at thd hour of 2 o'clock in the
afterioon of said tiny, at hid p'rce
;iiht milns northeast of hnr,
OrKon, offer lor sale andsWI to
the hik'heFt bidder for cash in
hand, the said animal.", unless
the same shall have bfen redecm-
e,j by tne ovvnr orowner3 (ht,re.
of" S3,li i"1" are ""Crihe.J as
follows: 1 biy (felding ahiut
8 vnarsl old, and weighing atiotlt
1Q0 pounds, tiranrlt d on the left
;,i . , : i
h p with a capital J ns de a cap
..... - .-v
ual U. 1 bron mare about ten
years old, weighing ahont ll'.O
hounds, with bain face and three
white fea and branded on left
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ith capital J inside capital
p. J DOIIERTY
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drop in at the
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db lie ii uuymy iuii
& CO. 1
see him before you
C. J. WALIER"
Lawyer (Q. Notary
(.( Itllons lltiil.liiiK
It pays to look well. :
"Specialist in Bobs" p
C. L S'VEEK i
ATTORNEY AT !:
t When Y 011 Visit Jl leppner v
J Lat At The J
X "Elkhcrn Restaurant" i
I CoodMealsBestof Service
A.D. McMURDO, M.D.
1 Physician And Surgeon
Oflice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
1 11 mmrPTMf
t I'hysician & Surgeon
j riinlie tllflce Miilti !Hl.l
Ki'Mlilcliri Mnlii 4!!.'
imc. Tiietiluyt mill i.irt
r..i U Win lo.iHi , M
F. H- ROBINSON
Attorney &. Counselor
Will I'rurllt-r In AMI In- ( i,iiri
MIkh ,1'liu Wi'Htfiill, lirmliliitn
A. H. Johnston M. D.
rii.VHli'lmi In I liurm-
ka ri:s i(i:.soNAi'.i.r,
Dr. F. i-arrier
Office; Odd Fellows Bid'?.
? J. 0. PETERSON
Dr. J. Arthur Craig
Phone M 1012 Case Aporlmcnl HUm
KvtninK ond Sunuva Ilripner, (Uc.
Workt Both Way
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('or ovcrv wimiiiii whn mnlii 11 fi'nl
..it, nt uinm liiun llmr.i's iiliitlliiir U'lm
innkcs a nmn otil of hhiii foul.
I IONE INDEPENDENT
I Job Print
LETTER HEADS, ENVEIOPES. CARDS,
SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STATION
ERY OF ALL KINDS
Before conlracting or
selling your v heat if ViCl
pay you to sec L L3c! jirer
representing . (i. ai:;I Co.
: h '.
I The I0NE MARKET 0 I
VC'lirnyoufliii.lv ;f Meat think, first of US. t
t Wc carry as cumplctc an assorlmt'i.t of Meat as any yarkvt X
In a town of this size and at prices you can afford to pay.
uii rcnuniher that we are in tiic Market lor your tattle anJ
1 ojs or anything in our line you have to u II We
also buy hides and pelts. Hest M.tiket 'X
Prices paid at all limes.
Give us a chance to serve you. :j
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"ILNH HLACKSMITII SIIOI
We arc prepared ti take care of your
shafting requirements by the installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
In a wide ranc of sizes. We also have a Ikst of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new cor. ..jus.
jZ7 V P. O'MtTirn PrnnriHnr 7 U
W 1i - w. - i - c.iu.,j.
cater to the
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
COAL FROM COLE
YOU ALWAYS FIND THE t
VERY BEST AT THE
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
' DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
' WIND MILLS!. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
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patronage of those who
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