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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1924)
A VIA A LirXlU
1 IJ,naplAyAT"iffliiTVH. 5j
Page & Son
Select Residential & Transient
15th and Yamhill, Portland, Oregon.
Modern Fireproof American Plan
Return Postage Paid
On Replated Articles
Auto Lamps and Spotlights Resilvered
OREGON PLATING CO.
174 Eaat Oak, cor. Union Ave., Portland, Ore
Gold and Silver Plating.
Send us your oM Rllverwari Reflector
nd Musical Instruments for repair and
resllverlnir. We wive you money. R L,,
Foots, 3stiV4 Washington St., Portland.
That Fit None Better
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third SL
We Specialize In
Hides, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascan,
Oregon Grape Root. Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tan 4 latent Price Liat
Portiand Hide & Wool Co.
101 UNION IVENUt NORTH, PORTLAND, OBfQON.
Branch at I'ocatello, Idaho
BUY THE BEST HORSE COLLAR MADE
All long rye straw ituffed.
Inslnt on having the collar
with the "Fish" Libel. If
your dealer doei not handle
this brand collar, write to ua
P. SHARKEY A 80N
53 Union Av Portland, Or.
AUTO PARTS FOR ALL GARS
At less than H Price. Wail orders promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co. "oIJlInI,1'"-
New Pacific Northwest Pocket Map
The Union Pacific has just received
from the press a new pocket edition in
dexed map of the Pacific Northwest,
which is perhaps the most complete
and convenient map of Oregon and
Washington ever published. A copy
will be sent free to any address by Wm.
McMurray, General Passenger Agent,
Pittock Block. Portland, Oregon, upon
receipt of request by card or letter.
OUT TXOWEBS FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Broa., Floriala, 287 Uorriaoa 8k
Otvea imooth. Gliding fln
th to hard or wit-wood
NO ACID, CREASE OR
Your drusiriit haa It If
not tend ua itampa, 76c
for one-pound pacKaae
ITALIANS MUST MAKE
GESTURES WHEN TALKING
The gestures of the Ilnllnn require
a profound course of study, extending
over several yours, before they enn be
understood by the foreigner. When an
Italian wishes M signal a person to
approach, he Maps his hands ns though
to wave him away. This keeps an un
educated Amerlnin on the Jump when
he Is engaged, for example. In follow
ing an Iialiiin through the endless cor
ridors of an Iiiillun government build
ing. The word "no" In Imlinn, when un
accompanied by a gesture, has no force
whatever and is not considered to mean
"no." To mean "no," It must he ac
companied by a wngglng gesture of the
extended thumb and forefinger held
The motion of fondling the surface
of a large Imaginary sphere with both
hands means that the motinner Is
adopting a purely Judlflsl attitude to
ward the subject under discussion, and
that he Is being In no way one sided.
The. motion of holding an linuglnary
Girl Kisses a Stranger;
Columbia, Mo. A party of univer
sity students was waiting at the Wa
bash station In Cobmb a to meet a
girl coming In to attend a fraternity
It was dark when the train arrived
nd the young folks rushe-5 out on the
dlmly-llghted platform. The girl ap
peared and waved a' the group. As
she stepped off the train a young man
reached out She run up, threw ner
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Complele Chmji Saturday. Adulta. Watk
nay Matinee, aoc: ETeninie, 40c. Oontinu
1 11 p. m. Children 10 eente all tlmee.
Write ua for pricea and market conditiona on
VeL Hogs, Ptfultry, Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc
Forty Yeara in the Same Location.
Expert examination free All work iruHranteed. Sen
sible prices. We ipecialize in Complete Overhauling and
ANDERSON & MAYER GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP
Moved to New larger Garage, 9th and Hoyt, Portland
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
If taken in time, prevent operations for Diabetes, Catarrh, Asthma,
Lung, Throat, Liver. Kidney. Rheumatiwn, Blood. Stomach and all
female disorders. Bladder Troubles.
The C. Cee Wo Remedies are harmless, as no drugs or poison are used.
Compuftvd of the choisest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark. Im
ported by us from far away oriental countries.
Call or Write for Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New LocaUon-2624 Alder St., S. W. Cor. Third, Portland. Oregon
Established 23 Yeara in Portland.
Cut, Beam, hen and machine oe AanaH
pleat akirta ready for band. 00 CBHM
Hematitrhint. pirotinl and tucking.
EASTERN NOVELTY UTO. 00.
85 H Filth St. Portland, Ore.
Hematitrhinar. Huttona Covered.
16CVj Tenth St., Portland
Sanitary Beauty Parlor, We fii yon op,
wo make all kinda of He .' Oooda of your
enmbinga. Join our School of Heauty Culture.
400 to 414 Dekum Bids., Phone Broadway
8902, Portland, Oregon,
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines taught and repaired.
Yamhill, Portland, Ore.
BRAZINO, WELDINO CUTTING
Norlbwcil Welding Bupply Co., 88 let 8t.
Complete Lint Bottler,' Supplies
Portland IJeveiuga & Sply Co., 431 Stark
Leasona given lirlnir done. 225 2nd St.
204 Maitlnon St.
For Sale, hire or exrhanire, every kind of a horse
that can be found. We always .have from 1M) to
2ii0onhand. When you get to our plant, we can
show you the horn. We guarantee all horn?! aa
we reprenent them. Wa will exrhanire, if not
satisfactory. We take in hornet, mules or cattle.
We have trucks to haul them to any part of the
country en good roads. Phil Suetter, Union
Stock Yards, p. O. box 518, North Portland. Ore
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade In I weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Writ
for catalogue. 234 Burnaide street, Port
Marry if Lonely: most ineeMsfol 'Home
Maker"; hundreds rfrh; eonfidentlsl; reli
able ; years etperlence ; desrrtptlons free,
"The HucreMful Club," Mrs. Kaah. Bog 666,
EARLIEST OP" ALL SEKD POTATOES.
Inquire grower, C. 1 Johnston, Hher
If you are troubled with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Illri Company,
PortlHnd, Oregon, for free Information in
German or English.
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning and Dye
Irg service send parcels to us.
We pay return postage. Inform
ation and pricea given upon re
quest. UNICES CITY DYR WORKS..
EsUbltshed lf90. Portland. Ore
GOING TO BUILD?
We have hundreds of plans at $10.00 snd up. Rend
us a sketch of the horns you want and we will sub
mit similar ipecimen plans. No obligation except
to return plans if not suitable.
O. M. AKERS
Desltmtngand Drafting. ftll-tf Couch Building,
Set of Q.O0
We guarantee material
Painless extraction of
the same location. V. 8. DKNTIHTS, 2464 W ash
ington cor. Second. Portland, Oregun.
Rmoved without Iniury to the akin by Ney.Bora
Depilatory. Sample on reque.t. Ney-Horn Lab
oratonee. Sl Mown Bldg.. Portland Urrgon.
bean In the finger tips of one hnml
while the finger tips In turn are held
Immediately in front of the eyes or
nose of the finger owner's vis-n-vis
means that the speaker Is restraining
himself with impatience and Hint unv
denial of his stutemenis must be
backed by proof.
When a speaker makes notions a
though he were fighting an octopus, i
means Hint he doesn't care to be In
terrupted In bis remarks. The motion
of dusting an Imaginary bit of 1 In
from the under jaw with the buck of
the finger tips means that the duster
holds In derision the opinions of the
person with whom he is speaking.
If Itallnns were prohibited by Inn
from gesturing, the explosions from
suppressed emotion In Italy would al
most depopulate the country. K. I.
Itoberts In Saturday Evening Post.
Violet scented seaweed grows In the
lakes of the Manyishlak peninsula In
the Caspian sea.
Is Introduced Late
arms around hltn and kissed Mm. Then
she turned to greet the rest of the
Another young man put his hand on
her shoulder. It was her dunce.
"Just a minute, Mary," he suld. "I
want you to meet my roommate. Itil
Jnckson the man joo kissed )u.i
Cold Is a natural disinfectant
VENTILATION IS OF.
"Ventilation In the dairy barn Is of
prime Importance both from the stand
point of the health of the herd and
for the production of clean, untainted
milk," Is the statement of S. W. Mend,
dairy specialist at the New Jersey
state experiment station.
"Fresh air is the greatest enemy of
tuberculosis. Furthermore, an ubund
ant supply of fresh air drives out all
unpleasant odors and thereby prevents
them from tainting the milk. Thus,
an abundant supply of fresh air la
Just as important for economical uiii'..
production as Is proper feed.
"Various ventilating systems are on
the market, all of which work on the
principle of expansion and contrac
tion. Warm air expands and becomes
lighter than an equal volume of cold
contracted air. The warm air, there
fore, rises and the cold air descends1.
"A proper ventllntlng system must
provide for the entrance of fresh air
and the exit of foul air In such a wny
that the warmth of the burn Is pre
served and the air kept pure and
about as warm at the feet as at the
heads of the animals. A cow weigh
ing a thousand pounds Inhales 224
pounds of air In 24 hours nearly
twice the weight of her food and
drink. This is at the rate of 3,542
cubic feet per hour.
Haphazard ventilation may result
either in the cows not getting enough
air to supply their requirements or
getting it In a way which chills them,
thus making them susceptible to dis
ease and reducing their milk flow.
"Farmers desiring Information on
good methods of ventilation may get
It by writing to the New Jersey Slate
College of Agriculture, New Iinins
wick." Sunning Rack for Milk
Cans Is Best Sterilizer
The sun Is the cheapest as well ns
the best sterilizer we can use. A rack
for milk rsns and palls can he built
cheaply and easily so that the cans
will receive the full sun's rays, sujs
Power Farming. The framework is
two-by-fours and braces one-by-fours.
The construction Is shown in the
High Feed Bills Do Not
Indicate Small Profits
High feed bills do not necessarily
Indicate small profits from milk cows.
Take, for example, the high cow In an
Iowa test association last year. Her
feed bill amounted to $84.58. but she
returned her owner a profit of $128.38.
The lowest record in the same asso
ciation was made by a cow of mixed
breeding whose feed cost was $.'t4.8o.
Iier owner's profit was $1.38 for the
It Is possible the low cow did not
have the ability to return a good profit
even though she had received a gen
erous ration. However, a cow Is like
a cupboard, you can't take anything
out unless you put something In. The
Ideal arrangement Is, of course, good
cows well fed.
Develop Calf Early if
Thought Worth Raising
The young calf Is often neglected.
If a calf Is worth raising develop It
early. It Is best to leave It with the
cow for two or three duys. Then feed
It about nine or ten pounds of wsrm
milk per day. Always see that your
buckets are clean. In order to prevent
scours. At about three weeks of age
start substituting skim milk gradually.
The calf should be on skim milk alune
by the time it Is seven weeks old.
Expensive Dairy Barn3
Not Requisite for Milk
Expensive dairy barns and equip
ment will probably make dairying
more Interesting, and Increase some-
what the year's total production, hut
re not a requisite for success. Many
great dairy cows have been developed
and have produced wonderful records
in barns that would not measure "!
to the standard so far as up-to-dute
dairy barns go.
Make Fall Pigs Profitable.
To make fall pigs profitable It Is ab
solutely essential to make them com
fortable. The fall pig must be ban
died very differently In winter as com
pared to the spring pig in summer be
came the conditions are so different.
Mangel, for Cattle.
Mangels have been more generally
grown fur feeding to cattle because
they stand well out of the ground,
are easily cultivated and harvested.
nd keep better In winter than do
to Folks of
War Veterans Need Jobs.
Seattle. With 592 world wur veter
ans of this district completing voca
tional training during the first six
months of this year, L. C. Jesseph,
Pacific northwest manager of the
United States veterans' bureau, earn
estly requests active co-operation of
local employers in the matttr of fur
nishing employment opportunities for
these men who have successfully over
come vocational handicaps due to war
Of the total number of training com
pletions, 257 are being rehabilitated In
trades and industries, 96 along com
mercial lines, 88 in professions and
1 In agriculture, according to Mr.
Jesseph. Special appeal Is made to
have employers place bookkeepers, ac
countants, watch repairmen, shoe
makers and auto mechanics, a large
percentage of the rehabilitations heing
in these occupations.
"One hundred and twenty-eight ex-
service men of this district will com
plete their training courses during the
month of March," said Mr. Jesseph. "It
Is essential that they be provided with
suitable employment immediately up
on their rehabilitation under the Juris
diction of the veterans' bureau. It
should be kept in mind that the war
disabilities suffered by these men do
not hinder them In the carrying out of
their newly chosen occupations. A
large percentage of the men have had
training on the Job. Much Interest
has been Bhown In the bureau's rehab
ilitation and employment program by
employers of this district in the past
and further co-operation is looked for
In order that the task of restoring
these ex-service people to economic
usefulness may be properly com
pleted." Mr. Jesseph stated that on January
1, 1924, there were 65,000 ex-service
men and women In vocational train
ing in the United States. More than
49,000 others had comploted tholr
training courses and many of these
are now earning more than they did
before the war. President Coolldge,
governors of a dozen states dnd nu
merous national civic organizations
have called upon the citizens of this
country to Join actively In the solu
tion of this employment problem,
Employers in sympathy with actual
and complete rehabilitation of world
war veterans should write to the dis
trict office of the veterans' bureau at
Seattle, It was urged.
Big Area Awaits Water.
Seattle. Washington's present cul
tivated area can be Increased at least
10 times by use of the present water
sunulv in irrleation, according to a
statement made by E. C. McClelland
civil englnoer and Irrigation expert,
who is In the city prior to discussing
with state officials bis method of
developing agricultural resources
through a minimum water supply.
"Superior returns can be secured In
agriculture by using less water on
land," ho stated. "Thus, the Irrigated
acreage of the state tan bo greatly
Increased, even with tho present sup
ply of water."
Canada Hat Advantage.
Washington, I), C Tho tnrlff com
mission will hold its final hearing on
wheat Bnd flour costs this week and
shortly thereafter will make a report
on which President Coolldga will de
termine whether to proclaim un In
crease in the tariff duly.
The total cost of milling and market
ing hard spring whent flour, as deter
mined by experts of tho tariff commis
sion, Is S0.CSU8 per hundred pounds In
the United Stales and 10.4803 In Can
Seattlt Man Ax Victim.
Seattle. Joshua Mumincy, 78 years
old, was found near death with three
ax wounds on his head outside his
burning homo north of this city Fri
day, and a search was begun for his
wife, 75, Mummey, talking incoherent
ly In a hospital here, said that the
house was attacked by robbers In the
night. The fire that destroyed tho
house attracted neighbors, who ex
pressed the conviction that Mrs. Mum
mey was not In tho building.
Nile Templo, Ancient Arabic Order,
Nobles of the Mystic Khrlnn, of Seat
tle, Washington, has the reputation of
being the most traveled templo in the
Jurisdiction, having traveled more
than 90,000 miles on various pilgrim
ages. Duty and Vice.
Duty, like vice, Is often a rrcaturo
of unpleasant mien, but unlike vice,
Improves on acquaintance which Isn't
followed by regrets.
African Land Crabs.
African land crabs, which spend
their early llfo In salt water, have
perlscopic eyes, and leg pads on which
to wipe them.
Cheese Output Is Sold. .
Tillamook. Practically all of the
1923 production of Tillamook county
cheese has now been sold, according
to a report from the office of Carl
Haberlach, secretary of the Tillamook
County Creamery association. There
is a small amount left in storage in
Los Angeles and San Francisco, unci
probably one liar all told in Tillamook
Most of the factories in the county
are now making the largest part of
the curd Into loaf cheese, for which
there seems to bo an Insistent demand.
The low price of feed and the high
price of cheese please dairymen and
has made feeding more profituhlo and
general than ever before.
Blast Reveals Money,
Oregon City. While engaged in
blasting stumps on their land between
Aurora and Wllsonville recently, Naef
brothers, prosperous farmers, found in
the wreckage of one big stump a $10
gold piece and two silver dollars. A
careful search fulled to rovenl any
more money, but It Is believed some
at least was destroyed In the blast.
There Is a general Impression that
the money was a part of the loot stolen
from the Aurora bank. As a result of
the find and acting on the theory that
the money was not alt put in one
place, stump blowing will be a favorite
pastime here for a while.
State Sales Are Record,
Olympin. Two state ?-nd office
snle records woro broken by proceeds
of the snle of Tuesday, February 5,
when receipts of $577,256.45 for tim
ber alone shattered all former timber
sale records, and the total receipts of
(008,361.49 established a new mark
also, states Land Commissioner Su
vldge. Besides the timber, which brought
slightly In excess of appraised value,
uplands sold brought In $14,871.55 and
From this sale approximately $600,
000 will be turned In to the Btato per
manent school fund to begin earning
interest which may be applied on cur
rent school expense.
Peak Committee Named.
Seattlo. A subcommittee of the
United Stutes senate committee on
public lnnds has been appointed to
deal with a resolution offered by Clar
ence C. Dill of Washington to substi
tute "Tucoma" for "Hulnler" In the
names of Mount Hulnler, Mount Rain
ler national park and Kulnler forest
reserve, according to a Washington
dispatch. On tho subcommittee were
named Irvln L. Ltmroot, Wisconsin;
I'eter Norbeck, South Dakota; Ralph
II. Cameron, New Mexico, and Alva
II. Adams, Colorado.
The dlsputch suld that Representa
tive John F. Miller of this city had
asked tho sub-committee to hear him
In opposition to a change.
Phone Dismissal Error.
Washington, p. C Petitions for ad
vnuco nf the hearings on appeal of the
Homo and tho Pacific Teleraph &
Telephone companies In rate cases ns
recorded In thn supremo court led to
tho discovery lust Thursday that the
announcement of tho dlsmissul of
thesu cases wus erroneous,
Tim cases appeared upon the of
ficial list of tho cases which had been
dismissed and tho verbal explanation
was made In thn clerk's office that the
dismissal had been at tho request of
tho telephone companies.
New Town to Spring Up.
Klamath Fulls. A new town will
spring up at Oilell lake within thn
next six weeks with a population of
more than 1500 persons, according to
the railroad contractors on the Eu
gene Klamath linn, who plan to estab
lish camps at Odell whore a small
army of workers will be, quartered
probably for tho next year. Tent
houses and stores, with a few tem
porary buildings will make up this
record mushroom town.
Committeemen Dodge Inquiry.
Walla Walla.- Frank M. Lowden Jr.,
chairman of the rommlttee to Investi
gate whether to nsk for a grand Jury
to probe the office of Sheriff Springer,
suld that so fur it had been Impossible
to get a meeting of the committee.
Most of the members do not want to
The flrund Lodge of Oregon Is plan
ning to establish at tho Unjverslly of
Oregon and the Oregon Agricultural
college suitable Masonic club houses
for the use of the students.
Must Hav Been Jealous.
Mr. Jack "Isn't that skirt-dancer a
peach!" Mrs. Jnck "I should say she
was more Ilka brown sugar; very
sweet, but course; a little off cidor.
and decidedly unrefined." Boston
JlJUr every meal
wee I and a
Gold In Black Mud.
Cold valued at $1,S0G.S9 was recov
ered from a trunkful of black mud
purchased at a salo of unclaimed ex
press by a buyer In Onialin, Neb., who
was ridiculed for his purchase until
a chouilsfs analysis proved its value.
People of Tasmania.
They aro 79.2 per cent native Tns-
mutilans, 11.5 natives of the United
Kingdom and 7.3 natives of other Aus
truluslnn colonies. There aro 600 or
700 colored aliens and about 250 half-
Mrs. Elizabeth Zander
Reap the Reward
of Perfect Health
Salem, Orcg. "Thru heavy lift
ing I developed a severe case of
feminine weakness. 1 sulTcrcd with
backaches and bearing pains. 1
Rot so weak I could not tlo any
work, I would get very severe dizzy
spells and. the least excitement 1
would faint dead away. 1 wus so
nervous 1 could not stand any noise,
could not sleep, and had very little
nppctito. I went down in weight
from 118 pounds to . I was a
physical wreck when I began tak
ing Dr. l'icrce:s l avoritc 1'ixvcrip
tion but thru the persistent use of
this wonderful woman's inci'iiinc I
was completely relieved of my ail
ment ami restored to perfect health.
I gained In weight and never felt
better than after taking the 'Favorite
Prescription." Mrs. Kluabctli Zan
der, U70 Norway St.
Your health is your most import
ant asset. .So why not write Dr.
Pierce. President Invalids' Intel
KulTaln, N. Y., and receive con
fidential medical advice free, or semi
10c for trial pkg. t ihlets.
Pioneer Building for Oregon Urged.
Erection of a building to the mem
ory of tho Oregon pioneers, which
would provide a meeting place for
patriotic organizations as well as
house tho valuable exhibit of tho Ore
gon Illstorliul society, was suggested
at the annual meeting of the Suns
and Duughlera of Oregon Pioneers at
their Admission day banquet at tha
chamber of tommereo rooms in Port
bind Inst week, where 400 of tho de
scendants of tho earliest Oregonluns
commemorated tho slatu's C5lh anni
versary. The Final Goal.
Oh, yet we trust that, somehow,
good will he the final goal of ill, that
nothing walks Willi nliicss feet, that
not one lire shall ho di sl royeil, or c ast
as rubbish to the void, when lod has
made tho pile complete. Tennyson.
Valuable Material for Doors.
Many of the fifteen -foot hlnh doors
and portals lo llavanu houses are built
of solid mnhoKnny uml other richly
colored uutlvu woods.
Sea Water Cold Unprofitable.
Average amount of gold In sea, wa
ter Is one ounce to 31,000 tons of wa
ter, but us It Is In thu "colloidal" stall),
tho cost of production Is about twenty
times tho market price of the melal.
Buelnes College Place, Graduates In
Knroll any tlrim ot vrar. Write for fru
iin'riii ciitii,.K Foul tit ami Yumhlll,
P. N. U.
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