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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1929)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
i Published Every Friday by
W. W. Hkau, Edi(or Publihfr.
One Year $1.50 ,inf,on
SixMoiuhi , 0.75
Thrw Month 0.50
Enterrd as second Class mailer t
the postoffire at lone, Oregon, under
act of March 8, 1879.
Ort'uon, Haroli J. Cox, of Med.
forl, Oregon and Oarrtl W. Cox
The funeral service was held
in the Christian church in Lex-
Kev. Mi ton W. Bower,
or Heppner, olficiatinp, and in
terment made in Hepp.er ceme
tery. . . ..
fTiday, Ma ch 15, 199.
j Harvey Medlock is helping his
;unc!e, Noah Pettyjohn, with hi
Max Gorfakle, ths hide buyer
i from Pendleton, drove through
nt i j ,, , ... Morgan last Friday.
Wednesday of last week. M'-j Mi8s G!advs Brashers spent the
Godfrey returned to her homo in wwfc fnJ wlth BrtU,ah nd
Portland. She has spent the win j yg petty John
ter with her daughter, Era. Bert Qu8 Leible'of Eight Mi!e w
Miaon. ho accompanied her to;WM cMng ,t Mr.-NMh. ,t
the Cl,y- 'Saturday.
The ladies of the Pentecostal j The aJiM arQund Morggn flre
Mission have organ-red a seeing a bugy makjni garden th,s week
circle At present they are en. Ml, BeuUh Pe,tyjohn w
gaged in making children s gar. cmingjn ih, IWenfelnd store
ments which will be sent to the agt gatu. hy
Aston Orphanage at Barabanki.j MrfJ R 0I.f lf the Mof.
U P. India Igan teact era is cr ng for the
Mrs.J. W. Howk. Mrs. Lax Harbison race Kr and
ton McMurray, Mrs. Oscar Coch Mr9 Harb.soi, in California,
ran, Mrs. Harold Ahalt, Mis M. Homer Nash Wfcs home for
Cotter. Mas E. Lundell and Mr. ,ri,n, viir s..mt..
nd Mrs. Vi I Perfor. e-e u,. pi,-ci.:.i ..?..-
gin visitor, Tuesday.
- House anJ lot on the con er
a.'ross thd street from the schorl
house in lone. Cheap for quick
lone people trunaeiii g buine t
in Heppner, on Friday of last
Mrs. E mer Gri''ith and dau- h
ters, Mrs. Fr1 Mankin, Mrs. W.
Corley and Mn. Bergevit. weie
Heppner visitors on Saturday.
Mr. Lee Howell went to Walla See" Mrs. Walter Corley,
Walla. Friday, to attend a Turn- lone, Oregon.
A-Sum Yard Men's Convention Z1 . .
UoUnnchea are ,. .on,er t,,, CREGON LEGISLATURE
ing served at the schoolhcue;
and 15 minut recesses a,e to U! MEETS AGAIN MONDAY
resumed this week.
doy for Oakland, Cat. where si V Holdover; Tax Legislation,
will visit for a couple of month
Mr. and Mrs Jack Griffin ol
Wenatchee, Wash., were week
end visitors with relatives here.
When they returned they were
accompanied by Mr. Grifin's
brother, James Butts.
Miss Gladys Brashers spent
the week end with Bulah and
Geneva Pettyjohn at Morgan.
to their borne in Walla Walla.
Big Job, Completed.
Two Outatanding Ftaturtt Nottd-Ta
Board Crtated Educational Board
provided Ignort Wiihea of Ptoplt
Exptnt Monty Voted by Ltgiala
tort Held up by Injunction Tax
Program of Importance Completed.
Balcm, Or. When, to order that It
might die calmly and In peace rather
I Lnan In atrlf anil turmoil ih.
Mrs. LJmond Bristow and htr; latur receaaed. late. Saturday until
little daughter who have been 10 'clM:k """"lay morning, it had
having a pleasant vMt with th. j tttLlV T?',
r achievement which promlie beneficial
home folks, returned. Saturda). re.ulta to the people ot the etate sen-
Although there still art tome odda
and ends to clean up, th record ot the
Oregon legialatlv eeulon now can bo
embalmed In type subject to alight
changes. On Its whole, the record
has been made and sill stand as here
in set forth, after 48 Irglslatlvo days,
but actually 42 Inclusive of Sundays.
The 35th legislate assembly will
be written In history as distinguished
for two outstanding features:
First, It devised and enacted the
most comprehensive taxation program
that any aesslon ever evolved.
Second, It disregarded the sentiment
of the people as expressed by th bal
lot as no previous legislature bat dar
Its taxation measures art believed
to be constructive, progressiva and In
line with the mr.lcrn tendencies In
Head of Oc.'opus
Tht Siulllitimlun Insllluilun u)
that Hit octupus lins a lieml. It henit
sticks out at If In a Unite, uml ihe
armt mukt a tori of slur h.iioiJ rln;
around tht bend.
Church Directory ' j
FIRST hAi'TlST CHL'HCH
Sunday Sc'-.oolat 10:(0 A. M.
Prayer Met-iii', Thur., 7 o0:'. M
Kev. W. W. HEAD. Past.,
11:00 A. M.: C. E at 6 45, '. M
Prayer Meeting, Wed., V:3l
Ci ntinutJ him Pg, I
3. Piano So'o, "Spring Showti a'!,
by Fern Engtlman. , s"
4. Rea 'ing, Mrs. Wood.
5. Piano Solos: "Watchman'a
Son,;". "Spanish I)anee".i
6. Ren ling, E. L Wood, -i
7. Piano Solos; "Norse Song"",
8. Piano Duet: Mildred Smilh
x ; and Mrs Wood,
9. Reading. E. L. Wood. t
' 10. Vocal Solos: - ..v
" I Heari.ThruahV
"I Hear You Paes"
Mrs. E.L. Wood.
11. Reading. E. L. Wood. i
12. Piano Sn'o: "Prelude" , , 5
lit. VoohI Solos:
"My Task". "I'm Trust
ing My All in His Hand." :5
. Mrs. Wood.
14. Reading," E. L. Wood.'".
CARD OF THANKS ?
We deiite to take this method
of expressing our sincere thanke
to all who so kindly assisted us
in every wk rVing the death
aid buiia! of our belovtd wife,
mother and daughter, Mrs. Ollie
Vi'i ne Schriv.'r and Caro',
Mi. ano Mrs. 0. J. Cox.'
t:.t r.alin of equalization ot asrcm
menu by a centralized control.' It hits
attempted to to to the heart nf the
taxation problem and reptsrt th
archrle tax system of the state wltb
something more workable and ralcu'al
td to spread the burden.
Complett Tax Program Now Law '
For the first time in Oregon's le;ls
lathe history a complete "tax pro
gram" has been laid on the doorstep
of the governor, by him to be allowed
to become law. If those things claim
ed for this program come true, and If
tht program be permitted to stand
without referendum attack, then the
real property taxpayers of tht state
snjuld reap material benefit, tht de
ficit of (be s.ate now existing be wiped
out and, ultimately, tht direct levy
on property for state purposes lie
abtnd med entirc'y, repliccd by revi u'
ue frcta Indirect tccr:es.
Two tax measures stand out In tofd
relief as directly affecting properly
taxation, tht first tht bill giving the
state tax commission power to correct
md resdjutt local aisnned values
whenever It I'nds them out of line
the Siond and companion nuaaure
providing a full time state lax commit1
slon of thr.-e members and adequrfi1
mschlnery for the proper admlnlrtra
tlon of Iht tax laws generally.
It Is claimed for the flrsl statute
thst Its proper administration wlU re
sult In tnreased valuations of not l tw
than l.iOO.000.000 over the state rn
erally. which If true should result In
the levy rate being lowered by at Ir-.rt
Exeitt and Intangibles Tax ' 1
Then, In addition. Is the excise I: x,
calculated to produce annual revenue
ranging tx-tween $760,000 and II.P'O.
000, and tht Intangibles tax which la
expected to bring In as much mure,
while tht personal Income tax It ex
pected to product aproxlmately II,.
400,00 a year.
Tht bills art to drawn that tht ti
! anil Intanalblct art held to be out-
Dont forget we're in the market this
It will pay you to drop in at the i
Farmers' Elevator !
and see Cole Smith as he is buying fort
FIRST CHlIfllAN CHUKCi:
Sunday School 10.00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evuunv
C. E.: 6:30; Preaching Snrvic,
at 7:30 P. M.
J. C. Sanford & Son
-.A A . . .
Mass every second Sunday in lone
during Nov., Dec., Jan., Feb., Mar.
Aprd and May at 10:30 A. M,
the home of Mr, J. P. O'Meara
' Rev-.Thos. J. Brady, Pastor.
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M; Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before you
sell your wheat.
C. J. WALKER"
Lawyer (EL Notary
O1I1I FtlluwM lluiliiinit
: Dcrmatlclan :
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
v. L. JUULJ
First National Bank UUtf
When You Visil Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Service
LETTER HEADS, ENVEIOPES, CARDS,
SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STATION'
ERY OF ALL KINDS
Physician AnJ Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner, - Oregon
A. H. JOHNSTON.
Physician & Surgeon
Plume nfflrr Xlnlutfli
liittlili lirr M 11 hi 4ti
Heppner - Oregon
Amr, TueitlMf t mnd I'ridmy
I'rom 9 Win lO.OO A. .V.
F. H- ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
W III I'rm llif In All Thr roiirla
MliwZilm WuKtlall, Urmluiili
A. II. Johnston M. I).
I'ti.l ttli'lnii In UiiirgH
Office; Odd Fellows BIJ'g.
krYDCDT V A T Ulllipn
Dr. J. Arthur Craig
I'lione M 1012 . Csm Apartment Illd
Evehinffs and Sunavt Hrppntr, (Ht.
Many TriaU to Kp Slip
Wliut's Hie use? Wlien you're young
liter chunga ivovrnplijr as fust ns you
learn It - When you get older, they
change the dunce as fust a you learn
It. Vlrnilngtintu News, .
tMMUUmiAA. . . ,
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to sec L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
IONE CASH MARKET
We want your fat cattle and hogs
VT'ICNE BLACKSMITH SHOFHj
We are prepared to take care of your
shafting requirements by the installation of an
electric key way machine anJ a stock of shafting
in a wide range of sizes. We 'also have a list f
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new confines.
pL- J. P. O'Meara, Proprietor j
cater to the patronage ot those who
wish first class accommodations.
George Ritchie, Prop.
BUY YOUR WOOD AND
COAL FROM COLE
I YOU ALWAYS FIND THE
I VERY BEST AT THE
! FARMERS ELEVATOR
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENCINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WACONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER