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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1925)
Br FRANCES MITCHELL
III? r Short Slur? puk. (.'.)
MIHH 'I.17.1IICTI1 hsd story, but
whut It was, wss a vexed qiire
lion sinong th gossips, sotu
of whom drvlnred Hint sli
wm our to hav been married, ind
tti guests wtri nil In tli house; sh
wii draaed, and the preacher wilting
to perform th ceremony, when a uot
wm brought her, from tier afflunn-d,
) I nit b bud left, never to return,
(Del taking her to forget Mm. Others
told of a drunken husband, who bid
deserted tier, and then hud tricked
her In her present home, whither ht
bid fled, bearing tier mulden niiuie, to
lira down her sorrow and now nma
back, orruslonslly, ifter durk, and
giva a peculiar rap on the window,
which ibe umlerstoood 11 i demand
fur money. They further told, how, to
prevent hla proclaiming himself aa her
huabnnd, alia alwaya giva hlui the mm
ba requlreil, altbougli aha lived on but
meager far for weeka afterward. Itut
tba few who knew Mlaa 'l.tibeth beat,
declared that alia was a gentla llttla
woman of refined tiatea, who kept her
tecret hecauaa It waa sacred to bar,
and not becanae of any dlagrara at
tached to It Indeed, ona of theaa
frlenda bad one gono ao far aa to In
tltnata that aha wished Mlaa 'I.Ubetb
would giva her some llttla atateiuent
tbit aba might niake, and ao close tba
nioutha of tba goaalpa, but tba llttla
woman had only ainlled and aald:
"Why, they have partaken of ma and
my sorrows, with their tea, for ao long,
that they would ba unabla to drink It,
inlnua tba flavor; no, Juat let them
continue to apeculata, and In apeculat
Ing, ba happy."
An, ao Ova yeara bad gont by, and
till Mlaa 'Mibeth'a secret waa dis
ruaaed by tba goaalpa, and atlll tha only
potnt they could fully agree um waa
that thera waa certainly a man In tba
rase, when, ona day, tha new a came
that at fight, tba neit evening, tha
lilac train would paaa through en muta
Every one fn tba llttla town knew
what tha coming of tha lilac train
meant, for It waa no new thing tbla
lending of a carload of bliwaomi, aoine
tlmea into tha mining towns of tha
North, where the breath from tba ml
tera destroyed every vestige of vege
tation; sometime to the towna neatled
high up the mountain aldea, and shlv
ered with their aummer froaia aud tha
biting wlnda from tha eonw flelda
around tbetn. Only tha leaf-year, Lead
villa had been brlgtitened by the com
ing of lie "lilac train," for ao It waa
called, although thera wera alwaya
other klnda of flow era and uaually but
ona rarlaail; but, though the ahelvea
t ona end of tha car held potted
planta and cut flowers of every variety.
It waa the lllaca that wera loaded, by
trucka full, aa the train atopped at
one atatloo and then at another,
i "That's a pretty cnatnm you bava
here In Utah." Mlaa 'I.UIietb bad aald
,to tha neighbor who, In passing, bad
noticed her itmdlng by a lilac bush,
Vsresslng a blossom aha had plucked,
and had told ber about tha coining of
tha Iliac train. "They aay that np In
Itutta and Anaconda and tlmea other
'Montana mining towna, thera la not a
tree, abnib or plant growing out 'of
doors. I heard of ona email aialea
thit Sold eaally fur fifteen dollars In
Itutta. What a sight It muat ba to
those people to see a whole carload of
blossoms coming Into their midst!"
'They say they are as delighted as
If a carload nf gold nuggeta wera be
ing distributed. Will you unload your
buah, there, for their benefit T
"Indeed, I shall ba only too glad to
send some nice bouquets. I lova lilacs,"
and as ah stooped to pick up tha flow
er aha had dropped, her friend passed
"Well, I muat ha off." and flld Hot
ea tha tenr In Miss 'I.Uheth's eye, nor
notlca the tremor In her vole.
; That, night, Mlas 'I.Uheth sat ilone
on ber little front porch and witched
tha moon com ilowly up from behind
the greitt mass of the Wlhaatch rings,
and ssll off Into tha blue vault above,
and is she watched she thought :
"Yea, I'll do It. It can't do any harm.
If It falls Into fteuben's himls, he'll
understand what It means. If It don't,
why, the bloaHoms will cheer soma
one'a heart, and the other, will Just
eiclta little curiosity. Five years
sgo, day after tomorrow, I got off tha
train here, and Iteuben went on up
North. Tha lilac train went Just ahead
of hla, and I picked up ona of tha
blossoms that bad fallen when they
wera loading, and handed It to him. I
don't know why I did It ; Iteuben had
never inked for a promise of any kind
from me, but I bad read aomnthlng In
hla eyes, sit that year when I was
hoarding it his mother's. And his
treatment of me, ton, was another
thing. It would com to meet nie
and walk bom with me, and would
aak, so gently, If tha dsy bad been M
bard on. II waa such great, good
hearted fellow I No, I don't know why
I did It, but when I handed him the
blossom, I an Id, 'I'll wilt for you, Iteu
ben, for years, If It Is necessary,' and
'then I turned and fled to (lie waiting
room, and his train wss Just starting,
'so ha could not answer, but I knaw
There Miss 'Mtbeth heaved sad
little sigh, and sat .tupping her lips
with the lilac blossom she had taken
from her belt.
"I wonder why ba never wrota to
'me," she mused on presently. "I ex
pect be fulled In bis mining and was
dlscoursgsd. I know Iteuben loved
tue," aud the little woman blushed as
If she bad been talking to Reuben him
self, "yea, be did. 1 know be did,
and I'll do It I" aud tbeo aba aroae
iud went Into the bouse. v
Tbe next day, Mlaa 'Llxbeth want
down town, looking bar beat In a pretty
dark-blue suit, with a neat walking hit
to match,, and returned In an hour,
with a tiny envelope in ber liund. Liter
In the evening, she started out with
two large bunches of lllaca, and If tbe
gossips bad mat her, they would bava
noticed certain guilty look ehs wore,
and would bav declared that the,
drunken busband' bid been around
An Impatient crowd of people hsd
been standing In tbe rulu, since the
esrly morning, expecting momentarily
to bear the whistle of the engine that
would bring the lilac car Into the
Butte depot The noon whistles bsd
sounded ; atlll no evidence of the coin
ing of the lilac car; atlll a pouring
rain and atlll a waiting miaa of people.
Twelve-fifteen thirty forty-five a
whlatle and the crowd began to surge
forward. Into the depot the engine
panted, and with a about the sniious,
weary waiters welcomed the men who
stood on the platforms, with sruis full
"Throw them this wsy, psrdner."
"(live US few, over bete." "Don't
forget us. We can't get any cloaer."
Such were the cries that csme up from
varloua quarters, as men, women snd
children, resrhed snd scrambled for
the flowers that came pouring upon
Coming with quick atep, down one
nf the streets, wss a man roughly
dressed In a miner's garb, and close
behind hits, another, did In a neat
brown business suit
"Now, I do wonder If t am too lite
for tbe lilac train," soliloquised the
man In tbe lesd. " Twill be the first
one I have missed since I csme Into
Montsns. rive years ago, she gave
me bloaaom that had fallen when
they were loading the Iliac train, snd
then aha aald, 'I'll wait for you, Ben
bea I' 8 lie read in my face what I did
not have tbe manhood to tell her. Hha
muat bava been sorry for me then, and
ao apoke, before she thought, but sf
terwsrd, she grew sorry for herself, I
suppose, when shs resllied what aha
bad done, for aba didn't answer thst
letter I wrote, as soon ss I got here,
telling her bow gladly I could work
now, knowing thst she wss waiting
for nie. Well, she'd bad to watt a
long time, for luck waa againat me,
right along, but I didn't care elnce she
wasn't wsttlng for me, after all. She
waa In earnest when sbe said abe'd
wait I am aura of that And now. If
only t could aend ber a meaaage, say
ing, 'I in coming. iteuben,' It would
ba worth all these yesrs of work snd
discouragement. I've seen people from
there, many times sltice, but they didn't
know that I knew ber. snd I never
asked shout ber I wss afraid, some
how, of whst they might tell me. till
shout a month sgo, when the 8weet
I. Use begsn to show rich atreaki
Then" snd her he clenched hla
bands till the nalla cut Into the cal
loused flesh, "then I asked Jim Iavla.
If be knew her; he aald be didn't but
he had beard her name In connection
with some rumor sbout a drunken hus
band, and I turned and left him, and
spent a night thst waa well, a man
don't bsve to die, to teste of Uie tor
tures of hell. Ah, I sra not too late,"
for he bsd come In eight of the car,
and In another moment' he atd ths
man In brown, who hsd kept even pace
with him, for a block or more, were
grasping frantically at a large bouquet
that came over the beada of the crowd,
within easy resch for them.
"There, stranger," exclslmed the
miner, "I best you on thst catch, but
there are enough here for two, so I'll
cut tbe string snd 'divy' up, ss we ssy
"You are 'generoua, air," anawered
hla late rival, "and I will gladly pay
you any aum yon may name, for my
share of tbetn. My little sick daugh
" "Little alck daughter Well, now,
do you think I'd sell you few flow
sra for her J And besides, money Is
nothing to me. Hsve yon heard of
the Sweet Lilac, thst sold yesterday
for fifty thouasnd Whst's thlsr and
lifting a tiny tintype that had been
fastened In among the stems, he gnxed
Into the face that apoke back to hltn,
with a look of love, he only, could
read. "I'm waiting for you, Iteuben,"
were . the worda be aaw faintly
scratched beneath the face, and turn
ing to hla wondering companion, he
said, aa he held the entire bouquet to
"just give me one small spray of tha
(lowers, strsnger, snd you csn hsve all
the reat for the little girl. I'm going
In here to send a telegrsin that says,
'I am coming, Iteuben.' "
Odor of Flowtrt Hot
. Alvoayt Mo$t Pleating
Nearly everyone likes the smells of
freshly cut flowers, of violets, roses
and others that belong to the sweet
smelling vsrletles. Hut psychologists
who bav studied the matter scientif
ically find that flower odors are not
really the onea moat Intensely and
unlversslly pleasing to the buman
This distinction belongs to tbe spicy
odors' such aa cinnamon, clovea, nut
meg and tha othera of similar charac
ter. Anion J hundreds of persons test
ed, alwaya With odors thst they could
not Identify by seeing the flower or
In any way except by tha aena f
smell, not one person failed to describe
faint smell of cinnamon as being
pleasant whll number of persona
were found t vole against each ona
of the flower .Mors.
The poultry bouse Is both tli borne
of tb ben snd the factory where win
ter eggs are produced, snd uuless It
provide eultable living and working
condition! the ben cannot be expected
to lay well. To be comfortable tbe
bouse must be dry, well ventilated,
well lighted snd hsve sufficient floor
spsce to provide exercise by scratch
ing. Dryness Is Insured by having a
good roof, keeping tbe floor of the
bouse higher than tbe surrounding
s-ronnd anil hv riroirlrif n mtuui uantltu.
tlon. Ventilation must supply plenty
ef fresh sir without drafts. This is
secured by having tbe south side rela
tively open and tbe other three skies!
absolutely tight. Tbe Importance of
light In tbe poultry house bss not been
properly emphasised In the psat Ite
cent experiments with artificial llghta
show that by furnishing more light ao
that the working period for the birds
Is lengthened the egg production can
be materially Increased. In many
farm poultry houses no windows are
provided and tbejiouse Is In constsnt
twilight on cloudy dsys even when the
door Is left open. Needless to say,
this condition does not fsvor sctlvlty
on tbe pert of tbe ben. To Insure good
natural light In a poultry house the
openings In tb wslls should equal
sbout one-fourth of the floor space of
the house. At lesst half of these open
ings should be for open-front ventila
tion, and the wlodowa ahould be so
arranged that tha maximum amount of
aunilght will be available to the birds.
Wherever poaslble windows should be
placed In the east and weat coda of
tha building so thst ths esrly morning
snd Iste sfternoon light will be se
cured. To Insure room for scratch
ing not only must sufficient floor spsce
be provided but tbe droppings muat
be kept off the floor snd a deep litter
of atraw or similar msterlsl be sup
plied so thst the birds csn be made
to scratch for tbelr feed. To keep
the droppings off tbe floor every
poultry house should be provided with
a droppings platform srrsnged under
nesth tbe roosts to rstcb the manure.
Dried Buttermilk Found
Profitable for Poultry
At )he Indians experiment station
seversl tests bsve slso been mads
with dried buttermilk for lsylng hens.
In one of Its bulletins on this subject
A. C Phillips, who conducted the tests
In which dried buttermilk wss com
pared with liquid buttermilk, ssys:
The Income from the liquid butter
milk fed pen wss 17.1.1; from the dried
buttermilk-fed pen, 11.21 ; snd from
the no-mllk fed pen. $i39." Ststlng
the ssme facts In different words, Mr.
Phillips continues: The profit over
feed cost from tbe liquid buttermilk
fed nen wss MM: from the dried but-
I termllk fed pen, $3.00; snd from the
no-mllk-fed pen, 78 cents."
Thus w see thst the pen fed dried
buttermilk aa protein carrier, made
the largest profit per bird per year.
The pen tlist received no milk of any
kind netted less tbsn $1 per ben per
year. In addition to getting more
eggs from the dried buttermilk then
from the liquid buttermilk, thst In
stitution also obtained greater hatcha
blllty In the eggs from the dried but
termilk pen then-from the one fed
Emden Geese Popular
The Emden breed of geeae Is one of
the best known snd most popular of
sll the vsrletles known. Individuate
of this breed are large, and beautiful
ly formed. The bsck Is fslrly straight
while the under pert of the body Is
csnoe shsped, or, almost crescent.
They hsve blue eyes, orsnge bill
shsnks snd toes snd pure white plum
age. 8lr.e and vigor are the principal
features to be considered when mating
these birds. It Is quite common for
the femsles to develop a "dewlsp" or
loose pouch of akin under the body.
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Keep strong, healthy, vigorous stock
and csr for It properly.
Know the preferences of your mar
ket and strlv to meet them.
Never wash eggs smless they are to
be used Immediately by locsl trade.
Don't waah dirty eggs. Washed eggs
spoil quickly and sre of lower market
The first essential In msrketifg
quality eggs as required by the new
egg Isw Is quality production. When
proper methods sre employed It Is
easy to produce and market quality
The average composition nfcow'
milk Is is follows: Water 87.17 pet
cent, butterfut 8.00 per cent, cnselt
8.02 per cent, albumen ,53 per cent
milk sugar 4.88 per cent ssh .71 pei
cent ; total 100 per cent
Grain la usually best fed Just sftei
the calves have hsd their milk. Twi
good cslf rations are aa follows: 1
Corn, three pounds; bran, thro
pounds; outs, three pounds; ollmenn
one pound. . 2., Corn, five pounds
oats or bran, thre pounds; ollmeul
WATER FOR COWS IN
Many cows fall off In production In
tb winter time either because they
do not receive enough water. if be
cause tint which they do receive is
too cold. A iia high-producing cow
needs eight to fifteen gallons of water
dally, depending on tier feed; and If
she does not get It ber milk will drop.
In the winter time, If the 'cow his to
suck water out of a hole in the lee or
drink out of a trough which la lce-(
cold, she will not take enough to sup
ply her needs. Particularly tbla Is
true if she his to go fur to get It In
cold, stormy weather. Further, this
I'-e-cold wster cools down ber body
thst she has to use a lot of her
feed to produce heat to restore j'ci
temperature. Thus, too cold water
wastes feeds, snd this Is true for sll
dairy animals as well as tb cow in
milk. If the animal shivers after
drlnitlng. the venter Is too cold.
Automatic drinking buckets In tbe
stable assure the animal of plenty of
wutir which will not be too cold and
are Ideal equipment for tbe dairy bam
However, It Is entirely possible to pro
vide wster sstfsfsctorlly with less ex
pensive equipment A trough of wa
ter In ths barn to which tbe cows have
access twice a day will s inure s tuple
wster which will not be too cold.
On many farms where the well or
brook is close to tbe bsrn, the wster
csn be pumped Inside wltb sn ordi
nary pitcher pump. Cows should be
let out a little while every day for ex
ercise, but If possible they should be
wstered In the bsrn. Tbey will drink
more and eat more.
Get Rid of Separators
That Rob Dairy Farmer
There are a number of separators
that are robbing the fanners of cream.
This wss brought to light recently
when A. J. Cramer, director of
Wisconsin row testing sssoclstlons,
Wisconsin College of Agriculture, re
ceived a letter from one of the testers
out In the field.
"I bsve tested skim milk frequently
and found many separators tbst were
sadly worn out of adjustment to the
extent thst tbey were westing many
dollars each month for the farmer who
sells cream,"" reports one tester.
"During August we hsd a new mem
ber Join our association, snd when I
niude my first visit to bis fsrm he told
m that he was trying the tester on
tb suggestion of one of bis neighbors.
1 took samples of milk from sll the
cows, snd also of the skim milk. To
my surprise, there wss more fst In
th sktm milk than could be tested
in tbe skim milk test bottles. So I
ran the samples In whole milk test
bottles and discovered that they tested
2 per cent of butterfat
Tbe following month I again tested
th skim milk, and this time It tested
ltt per cent butterfat Thst resulted
In th buying of new separator he
fore I left tb fsrm tb following day.
"It might be Interesting to know
thst tbe new .separator represented
tbe saving of tr2 cent per day, or
f.70 year for that farmer."
Liberal Feeding la Big
Secret With Dairy Cows
Liberal feeding Is tbe secret of suc
cess In handling animals. Given dairy
cowa of the right type, success Is sure
to attend the man who feeds with s
free band. It Is Impossible to get
something for nothing, at least In the
dairy business. How lung will it be
before all tbe farmers In this country
learn thst s poorly fed calf meana a
email, undeveloped cow, and that a
runty cow poorly fed means no profit 1
What we need sre cows that hare
been well fed and well developed, and
that are able" to make good use-of
large quantltiea of feed. W do not
need to look for the cow that can sub
sist on a email ration. W need a
machine that la capable of turning
large amount of food Into milk every
day. Find tha cow, or the type of cow,
thstt turns feed Into milk, then give
her tots of feed to work on.
Discover the stur bosrtlers In youi
herd and remove all doubt aa to tbeli
ultimata fat by selling them to tin
The sire of all the calves In a dalr
herd baa too much Influence on tin
owner' pocketbook to take an
chances on Its health. -
Itemember that clean milk, proper!
cared for, Is one of the best foodt
obtainable. It Is nourishing, digest
Ible, and uaually economical.
A bull In a clean pen where It cat
see the other cattle Is less apt to worry
and fret than tli bull In th dark am
"Dairy llama for Nebraska" la thi
title of a new extension circular. No
721, put out by the University of Ne
b risks at Lincoln. The making o
good dairy products depends prlmsrll
on cleanliness and proper pasture. I
Is Juat aa Important to secure these It
small plant aa a large on and tin
plana given In tbla bulletin are espe
cially prepared for tb small breeder
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A 1 1 - I 7AC Faetorv. Lambs
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Persistency Won Throns.
Jane Seymour, who, aa the third
wife of Henry VII, waa queen of Eng
land, had been lady In waiting for the
two preceding wlvea of Henry Cath
erine of Aragoa'Bnd Anne Bolero. She
married Henry tbe day after Anne
Boleyn waa executed. She died in
Cooking in Aluminum.
Aluminum eonducta best rapidly
and atorea it up In great quantities, so
tbat after a pan la thoroughly heated
any additional beat applied causes
overheating. It is best, therefore to
turn down the gaa flame one-half after
the pan is thoroughly heated.
Test of Stag Skill.
In 1707 a celebrated trial of skill
was held between England's two great
est actresses, Anna Oldfield and. Anne
Bracegirdle, both playing tbe - same
part on alternate nights. Mrs. Brace
girdle lost, and In disgust left the
Thomas Burnet, an Englishman, In
1S1 wrote book ."Sacred Theory of
the Earth," to prove that the earth
waa originally like an egg, and that at
the deluge the shell burst and tha wa
"Nearly all de folka dat knows
enough to give good advice," said
Uncle Ebon, "Is lawyers or doctors or
somebody dat charges real money for
It." Washington Star.
Fickleness bss its rise in our expe
rience of the fallaciousness of present
pleasure and In our ignorance of the
vanity of that which la absent.
Gentleness Is far more successful In
all Its enterprises than violence; In
deed, violence generally frustratea its
own purpose, while gentleness scarce
ly ever falls. Locke.
Th Vsrb "To Woot"
"The business girl finds a husband
by the simple expedient of prosecuting
her search where men conjugate."
From a Canadian Paper.
No man's feet can ever be made to
look so neat as a fashlonubly shod
girl's, but tbey are alwaya happier.
First Circus Preaa Agent. "
Circus press agents were first known
in this country in 1797 In connection
with exploitation of the first elephant
He only la happy aa well as great
who needs neither to obfr nor com
mand In order to ba something.
You .Want a Good Position
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which sal wos awe Aemrary Awards and Gold
Medal than mj ether sokool is A me rife. Bead
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Have You a Daughter?
U You Hv, Thi Woman's Advlcst
la of Vital Interest to You
Seattle, Wash. "In my girlhood,
I suffered with severe backaches and
rain and had a catarrhal condition.
These disagreeable sensations were
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oped into a strong and healthy
womanhood because my mother gave .
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tion. As my own daughters were
developing I gave them Dr. Pierce'
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way prevented their having any form
of inward weakness. My daughters
developed naturally into womanhood
and I am sure it was because I had
them take the 'Prescription' at that
critical period." Mrs. Sadie .
Jloluner, 2124 North S2d St
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l)r. Pierce, President Invalids'
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advice, free and confidential
Storms on Indisn Ocean.
The Indian ocean la noted for the
violent hurricanes which sweep over It
with surprising suddenness and great
force. They do Immense damage to
shipping and to seaports all along the
southern coast of Asia.
It gold were as plentiful ss tin and
tin were as are as gold we'd be buy
ing sardines in gold boxes and pay
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World's Largest Laks.
The Caspian sea, botween Asia and
Europe, Is the largest lake In the
world. Its area Is 160,000 square miles
or more than four times tbe size of
Lake Superior. Its Water Is salt.
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