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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1930)
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Friday by
V. V. Head, luliior TuWisliff
One Year $1..'KI
Six Muniht 0.75
Theee Months (U0
Entered m second Cl;n tuatu at
the pistcl(ie at lone, Oregon, under
not of March It, IS TV.
ING FOOD FADDISM
Adopted by the House of Dele
gates in Session at Port- ,
land Oregon, September j
19, 1930 I
Much misinformation is pro
mulgated today on the question
Oregon State Medical Society,
of diets, etc.. causing the intro-'
duction of many diet-food fads.
Very few of these fad foods
can take the place of the older i
staple toods, good moat, dairy
products, green vegetables,
truits and the better grades of
Anv balanced diet should con
tain animal protein, fruits, vege-.
tables, especially the leafv vege-i
SOLVED THAT: j
We desire in the public inter-j
est. to place on record mat in,
THEREFORE BE IT RE-1
when employed in mixed diet
is responsible for certain grave
illnesses, is not supported by
1. The exaggerated claims for
pvoji ';M'a u!H'i5,m aijj
vr.-iom fad foods are entirely
unwarranted by scientific evi
dence or practical experience;
meat or any other stapJe food
ard the advertising and other
-spuMxa tnpi.Mput aqi ipuj.v
T.'ate vitamin and mineral salt
tables, which will insure ade-
content. digestible tat such as
l.utter-fat. and sufficient of the
digestible carbohydrates to af
ford readily available energy.
Carbohydrates, including su
gars and starches, but esepecially
starches, furnish the American
public their main fuel for ener
gy, the quantity varying wiin
the amount of physical activities
propaganda furthering their sub
stitution for the older articles of
diet should be condemned.
2. The danger of nutritional de
ficiencies has been grossly exag
gerated. No one food is a per
fect food; but a diet consi.-ting
of dairy products (especially
milk,) leafy vegetables, fruit,
meats and easily digested starches
: Dermatician :
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
have all the good qualitties,
And Right Price.
For Automobile Service &
Accessories go to
lone - Ore.
It's a eco
a t a y I n ft at
One way via Salt
I.akeCity; the other
via Portland and
San I'raiieiaco. Hue
fat trains. Slop,
o.cra goin' uul re
MAKE RESERVATION'S NOW
.. W II, u k,
Iieat and energy, furnishes
excess of all food factors
necessary for proper growth and
nutrition and resistance to dis
ease. 1. Any ariation from normal
liet shou'd onlv be prescribed
properly trained pliysician
ittcr a carctul study ! the diet
rv rcitnirements of the indi-
idual seeking advice.
CfcaUaa of Knowledge
The speculative nurd of man to like
a colossal chutenn set on m hill. It l
surrounded by penn'tuttl darkm
The clmuteuu has counties winil. n
facing In ull directions. There is. n'
fiirt. but one light, a llliUerins slim
mer. in one small window level wlib
. Ages pass. Another window slow!;,
tights up. Gradually, as time t!"w
away. a thonsiind windows In the !.::
teau flame with llslit. Tower wind.iw
be;in to glimmer. Flnully. the whole
chnteau Is a bla7.e of light. For hf
hind each window a mind labors In
stn" dark room shaped like a bum.ni
'v.. to create a light of 1tt own
r'rom the tower windows the llghn
gash the dark for a great way. But
the most powerful light from the larg
est window Is merely an Inch trying
to eat the Infinite. The Thinker.
Carrie Na'ioa Honored
After lir dcitJi. .'Ir--. ';irr!e Na
tloii portrait nil I a h;.n lo-t which
ihe m !i-e had taken from her whi-
placed rfi the archives of the Kansn-"
State Historical society st Topeka
and a memorial fountain was erreted
on the spot where she w.s first ar
rested In Topeka.
J& Clark & Linn &
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and Ceneral Re
Star Brand shoes at
i in i iw I nac&J i '
BEVERLY IHLLS.-'Wen all 1 know
Is Just what I read In the nnpei. See
where Henry Ford Is prowling mound
over in Kurone, nud
he gets tout And
tons ot mull and Its
addressed to him old friend of Mr. Calvin CoolhlRo'a.
aa "hla Highness j Oh yes and this oilier Coolldjte thnt'a
Henry Ford." They runnlun U a wet! Imagine a wet Cool
think he la Kins ildjte! Nature does produce some queer
over here. Well h fannies. IXmt know If Mr. Cooltdpe
Is not exactly what will take the stump to help out bis
you might refer too ,mIJ friend or not. He Is still workln
as one ot our Kent- Lui his dally Column and can always
al Subjects. Over
In a Meuneum In
Berlin they have
the first car madJ
In Germany, and perhaps the World. wet. Iloth Rennbllcana and nemo
for 11 was made In 1S85, it only had cratlo know there Is more wet votes
three wheels. It wn the "Item" made MSan there la dry ones so thy both
by Karl Bens. But np to going to jump that way. That shows right there
picas he has not been able to get It- tfe.xt the whole tlilwr m not on the
Was you ever through that place .! vcl, for everyone of Ihese public men
In Derborn where he has all the old, .cjins out Just according to thj way
Vehlcklea stored? It you rode In jour j Hie wind Is blowing where they live.
or a buggy and have In your old years
of remlnencins wcderei' wh. " 'lecome
of it Ita rlV In .lenry Voids shed.
I nev.t' t..w In all my born days as
much plund' r aa there la li there,
Old thrashing Machines, doiens of em,
old saw mill engines, old fire Engines,
Old Handsom Cabs. Kverythlng uu-
der the sun that ever di . gged one per
si a i.- ii. '".e nb.t in another Is in
the:,', :o 1 cr.n sen l -r.lne how he
must have wanted that old crate. '
Well Sir before you know It there
will be another election alon c to pester
Mi. Wlmt t'icy have those th'm;:i to.
nobody has ever l.im aide to tell.
Us Just to distribute the Jobs around
so one man wont have It all the time.
Most of the men that aro In are try-
Ing to etry In and all th'.t are out aro
trying to set In. This Is what they
call an off year. What they mean bv-
tliat In everybody Is mrnlns hut tho
These off years tho Democrat jten
cr.lly make a pretty good showing,
and this fall looks like their chance
to cot a gang ot Rajs In the Senate
and Hoiue. Of course they will off
sot what advantage they have by split
tin? anion? themselves, on the wet
mid dry plan. They lll mnko that an
Is ue when IU only a habit.
Funny race up In Massnchusettr.
Tliey dug np a fellow named Coolldge.
t n Irishman, and a Democrat. He used
t j be Mayor of Fltchburg. along when
r.!-lr! va"! V?r?" of 'r1'?",.
They claim this tollow la no kin to
Calvin. But t know one time np In
Vermont I was playing a town. I think
It Rutland or somewhere, and In my
audience that nlzht. 1 had been tipped
off was a first Cousin of CaTs ard he
was a Democrat, and I had a lot of
W. C. T. U. NOTES
Mary A. Nctson. Reporter
and Mrs. R.
formerly of Lexington, whose
(laughter Echo, is studying music
in Europe, were at the Reunion
Saturday at Lexington. I
Their daughter writes that in'
the best theaters and operas in
London, during an intermission!
seemingly tor thf purpose, the that they dtdn t have a lot of
men go out and get a drink ',)()0ZC around
while all of the women smoke. .r t t .u- i
ti w i , ' j() 0lir sunpc vvay ()f thmk-
Tlie Londoners have lots to . . , ,
say about the terrible conditions' 'K lt scems hard tu understand
in America under prohibition.1 how a thing could be so very
' Anyway . Echo consoled her
sen, tne Americans don t smell
Mrs. Nichols says they f:c -
t f tt . t a . . I
.my wive mm v.anaua. ijei;
'Irhing through Canadian towns.'
often a few blocks reveal a half
dozen drunk men. while in and
around Taconia they have been
able to discover but two drimt
men in the last ' ear. ' '
Considering t! e number of
murders in the L'nited States
very year it is strange that
C. L SWEEK
t ATTORNEY AT
Nationa Bank BIJs.
I A'hen You Ykit Heppner
Eat At The
IGoodMeals Best of Service
Physician And Surgeon
! lOfiice In Masonic Building
"Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner, Oregon J
'.Mo klddlnR with Mm. Met htm nfter--ward
and ha was a dandy fellow. I
'.dotit know how he sot strayed oft from
itM herd while they was all Klns
'orthndoi. He. (this fellow Coolldtfe)
U run n I n r aealnst William llutler. an
May he Is too busy. He is mlphty
J'achrewd and knows how to keep out
io these home-latent tights. New York
Jjtetty near everybody Is runnlntt n
T'ow noma of them must have some
I perspnol opinion Cut U r.t.t Just alont
wttn tne majority or voters mi m
; New Jersey Morrow took a brave
i stand when It nieunt somethhisr. H
j. wa.ient aure he was on the right !!'
lor not. but he come ou against H.
i' Not that It might have been the rleht
j ii II1K 1,1 U" vl n HI im"! jMM.in-.,
as a man with his own opinion and
he was willing to stand by It. I'.ut
with all the messing and arguelnc over
It at the election It wont mean a thin,
1 Nothing Is going U r done about It
1 ny more than farm relief, or unem-
j Ohio they got so scared at their
J convention, they was afraid to do any-
thing, so they Just
' voted as favorlns
p;oi perity and went
; home. They have
a new term now
call.'d the "Weas.
Urn." The Weaa
luTi are anyone
that Is afiald to
jump either way.
They feel that the'r
stats Is still doubt
ful and they claim
thy harent made
up their minds. So from now mi you art
In for ono of the longext and nut u n
scr.etcal argumenU, all over somethins
ttiLt they couldrnt change It tb y
wanted too. Demotrats will make quite
1 n f-v nA '( t-" eer"
- ' ......
; ma'ue some, but the whole thing will
! mean tothlns In our live. All we
do Is jtut dig up their salary, and
I they all get the some price. It-publ!-I
can, Democrat, Wet, or Dry. There
' is oo way we can win.
j (0 19J0. MrXjt'-l Ftd..-W. ttO
si. me one has not proposetl that
we remedy this by repealing the
Harrow tells ns that prohibi
' it ,.. ,,,,,.. tiat it
makes them gluttonous when
they do get it."
"It is such a novelty."
Vet he tells us he doesn't know
anyone who doesn't have it. He
hasn't been to a party for years
scarce, a novelty in fact, and at
the same time be
and so plentiful.
I'ailem e aerre UN a.'nliiHt liiBiiltx
reilaly uo clot lie do u'uliiKt cold.
For If you multiply your garment
ai the cold Increuaei, cold cannot
hurt you ; In the atone way Increoao
your patience under great ofTeimet
and they cannot hurt your fuellni;.
Leonardo da Vinci.
Dr.J. H.McCrady J
01fice;OJd Fellowg Bld'g.
I Heppner Oregon !
Phone M 1012 Gilmin BlJg.
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"ICNE BLACKSMITH SHOI
We are prepared to take care of your
ihatHrtij requiremcnti 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 the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
IONE CASH MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats, Butter and Eggs.
We Buy Cream for Swift & Company.
Why not Sell Your Cream in Your Home Town?
Real Estate Insurance
pay you to
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you
t sell your wheat.
Physician & Surgeon
Heppner - Oregon
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
Bates Steel Mule Tractor
i PAUL G.
aNiOIUiiy, DIJDVJ WJ
wheat it Will
see L Balsiger j
B. G. and Co.
to see him before vout
A - ' " -
F. 11. ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
Will r rue Ilea In All The Court