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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1925)
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4 111 ht0 "e Ici delights
LMj We have fasted in oar vouth.
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w i nnu our graver years, torsootni i J?
ma Howadain the boyish heart W&
mi V .1 1 1 . . Mv'Ll 4)TI i
ij rrommeorusnanasieeKmesuns ijgy
very oeaury as ne runs : i! !
A lu n uuuu i m uvuv 1 kill I cki
Of crushed pennyroyal or mint, g
We were truant bovs often fc
Brown marauders ofthe wood.
Merrier than Robin Hood1.
TAMES .WHITCOMB RJ1EY
St'.Miiour Wilsuti his wifa tint)
son from Huntington Hoiii-h, t'tl.
are visitinu relntivt's in Mjr an
and are at the home of Mrs. Wi .
sin's sister, Mrs, Uuuivnfeind.
Thursday, Miss Eix.'oni llai
desty returned from The Dalits
where she has been working.
Miss Gladys Med lock
Frances Jor.es and Mary pit!
10ly wee ihe diru er KmsU of
Mis hhse Morgan, Sunday , in;
honor of hf i eighth birthday.
Nrs. Jim Hurdesty was a caller
in gini i.i Tuesday.
W. V. I'.d . r. Mrs. Kste
liaiirenfiend in 1 tn Martin, Mr.
and M.p. A. I'. I'mmateer ut.d
"on Ted by, were culling on Mr.
and Mrs. II. (). Ely on SjiuLv.
Dick Logan of Four Mile una
calling on Harvey Smith on S ?n-
Once just a Summer necessity Now
--unsurpassed for all-year cooking!
THE modern oikookttovc,
with iu wonderfully eflW
cient tpced-burners, perfected
oven and broilers, heat con
trol, simplicity of parts, etc,
give you city cookstove service amy.
vJiere, and the year-V No mussy
firt to tend noiseless, simple, uftf
But remember there's i tig dilier
net in kerosene tod that the efficiency
of your oil cookstove depends very
largely on the kerosene you use.
"Pearl Oil" mean the "Mr" oil
for oil cookstove and heaters. It i
refined and re-refined (hit's why it'
cleaner-burning," delivers flame that'
all beat and why it oW corrode the
metal part of your equipment Enjoy
your oil cookstove to the utmost
be nryou order Tearl Oil" by straw I
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Miss Zoe Farrens has been
elected to teach in the Mor gan
school. School opens on the Pec
ond Monday in Septembca;
It Grows Hair
Thousands o (
women ar grow
ing new hair and
putting an end to
with the new Van
Eji method of
F., Liquid Scalp
Manage mnkea it
eaiy to give the
calp proper car and to hve 4
head of abundant and gluneui hair.
The rubber nipples on the patent
applicator feed the tre.ilment di
rectly to the hair rooti and at the
aame time gently maeeage the scalp.
Atk ua about our mon.y back
90-daytreatment plan. 1 give
yon poiitire guarantee.
"Big Ben" Heard by Radio
London' fiimou clock. "I!lg Hn."
us licen heard tiy rH-lii, lu Borneo, at
distance-of lu.tsai ml Ips.
A young woman, having decided iht.
It wa Juirt at preaent the fahlunal.l
thing to know all about bunlnpMa wnl
tn Industrn-a, was being b-mn
through a gnrter factory.
T.oodnwia !" glie exclaimed, "Wi.OfKi
pair In one week I I dou't si-e where
they all go."
"Neither do l replied the yi-ung
man who waa guiding her. coloring
allghtly. Uuluiea Store New.
The Baker' $ Figur
A baker wa accuied of
per cent profit.
"No," he expoatulnled ; "I only nmke
1 per cent profit. Bee here; this routs
me one cent I I it for two t enia!
That'a 1 per cent profit, Ixn't It?"
Fortunately be Is now able to nuikt
2 per cent Klkerikl, Vienna.
He Tomorrow morning yon will
tneet me at the Omy cafe.
She But auppoalng mother lnUt
n coming with met
He She won't; I have Invited her!
to meet m at the gam Uiut at Hlver ;
heat I ji ; ;t .l!)
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By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
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THAT ITRIBIE "LONG KNIFE
AMONii i ho pioneer who rnweil the
Appnh i Ilium lo aeek new hollies
lu the Wes' ut the close of the llevoln
tlon wim u man nuined John Merrill,
who nettled lu what Ik now Ni'Imiii
County, Kenrxieky, Thnt country whs
still hm much a "Park and Itloori?
liround" im It had been when hnnlel
limine llrsi vlaltetl It Mini the feur of
tin Jiiillan ill tack ever hovered over
the Isolated cahlna of the acttlcra n nil
their Mlorl ...ih'd furls. lUit Nelson was
Ihe type of man not easily ilaiinied
mid he w :i fortumite In having for
his mute n woman of remarkable
strength ami rourtige.
tine evening In 17VT Merrill was
nnmseil by the burking of his ihg ami
w hen he o cned the ihair to see w hat
was the tr.mhle he fell with li' arm
Ulul lei; h: .ken by Ihe bullets of a
bund of sel en Indiana. As he dropped
to the llo he cried to hi wife to
close the .-ior.
Then t' e Hitvngea attucl.ed the
planks with their tomahawk and soon
niade a hole large enotich for one of
tlielr niiin'er to ernwl through. Mis.
Merrill In nedliilely selteil an nx anil
wiih this weapon she killed the tlrit
Intruder. He lind acnrci ly rolled to
one aide when another entered to meet
Die mine fate, did a third. A fourth,
unwarned by the fate of hi fellow,
was the ii t victim and by this time
the Indian realised the futility of
The thn e survivor then climbed to
the Mi if of the cabin with the Inten
tion of gaining entrance by dropping
down thn iith the huge chimney. Hut
Mrs. Mer III wa a resourceful a
she wa brave. She sidr. il a feather
bed, rlH-d It open and threw It tiHin
the smoldering coal In the fireplace,
tiistnully a cloud of smoke aurgrd up
the chimney and two of the Indian,
blinded and choking. droped to the
hearth nearly Insensible. A they lay
there gasping for breath the pioneer
w an sprung upon them w ith her ax
und they Joined their brother on th
Journey to the Happy limning
The i'lo aurvhnr of the war party
shouM hue been convinced by now
that thl rahln win "bud medicine."
Hut he evidently wasn't. He crawled
through the broken door and aprang
at the white woman. There wn no
time to swing the ax for a deadly
blow. A the tuivage netted her, she
drew the keen edge of the x acmsa
his fare, laying the flesh open to th
Thl wa too much for the warrior.
With a howl of pain he rnij from the
cabin and bounded Into tits wood.
And when he returned to the Indian
town of t'hllllcothe he told hi people
not without admiration how th
tefrlhla "long knife squaw" had de
feated hi war party with nothing but
CECIL NEWS ITEMS
Mr. und Mrs. Kul'ua Farrenanf
lone were vimtinif with Mri.Jnck
llynd at "Uutterby Klatu" on
Jut'k llynd and sinter. Mrs. T.
H, Lowe of Cecil, were vlHitlnii
Er. and M ra. Roy Scott at "Freeze
out" ranch on Moncay.
Mrx. Scott t.nd dmiuhter. Mi.
Cora, came buck to Cecil with Mr
llynd and will viait their friends
on Willow Creek for a few days.
Mrs. Crimea of Irriuon, who
will have chartre of the Ocill
school for the cominp; year, was
calling in Cecil during th week,
Mrs. Cecil Lieuallcn of 1'endlo.
ton.adtsu ahort stay at "Uutter.
by Flats" while returning: from
Cttedon on Tuesday,
Mrs. Roy Extender anddauuh
ter, MiHs Gloraa, of "Scldomseen
ranch .aceompanied by Mas. J.
E. Crabtree and children of
"Cudtoo F.ats" were callinn on
Mrs. William Sexton at "The
LoKan Cottaio"on Sunday.
J. J.Mc Entire and ceildren of
"Kiliamey were callintr in Cecil
Mr. and Mr. Georire llenrlck
aen of "Strawberry" runch left
on Mond ,v ftn fcnl y and other
itoicts wi o tS v ill spend a
few weel' a. Mm. Jot k Aond ac
eompanit'd them as far an l'ort
land. ' ,
McHnrs. Roy E. Stender. W. G.
I'almateer, o. E. Duncan and J.
W. OKdot nn werw all doinir nuii.
iu'hh In lone durinjf the past
Fenrtleton, Ore.'AuU. 0, 1U25.
Pendleton wears Bn ex
pectant air these daya; BKaiu she
id preparinir foa the Houn- Up,
now in it idxteenlh venr.
for tin 102" sow rlio Koun Up
ia to de held four days, Septt m
bea 1G. 17. 18, 19. The size of tho
crowds made it neceHary to hold
over a period of four days this
You are paying for wu'er tl i u
a nozzle or tprinkhr 1 . 1 thru
an open hone.
Any person can. lit finning
water throiiKh-an op- n afi t this
date will have theii vater tliut
off without notice. - '. Marshal.
Car of Cem$
A pearl contain carbonate of lime,
vinegar and other acid will rat away
me polished surface In a hort time.
Hot water I fatal to n opal, destroy
Ing It Hre and aometline reusing It
to crack, Soap la a deadly enemy of
An Ohioan'$ Memory
Our memory roe back to the tlm
when people who were expecting a
baby often hoped It would be a girl,
on the ground that girl gave you o
little trouble a they grew np. Ohio
The Ealing Queition
. "If a giddy whirl. Oils life. Peo
ple eat animal, nnlinnls ent ain iller
iilmuls, smaller animal eat e
tlble. vegetable eat nnlnialc;ilae,
anlmalculae eat hucllll, bacilli out mi
crobe und microbes cit es. The - n
nlbal take the abort cut."
A Good Time
for the Inde-
Kodak Keeps the Story
Billy proudly "trying-cut" his new stilts
it's another chance for mother to get a Kodak
picture of her hoy.
Story-telling 'pictures like this make the
record of childhood days. And, kept in an
Eastman alhum, the story is complete a
treasured possession later.
The camera you want, at the price
you can afford, is at our Kodak
counter. Come in today.
Kodaks $6.50 up. Brownies $2.00 up.
Albums 2jc up.
The Kodak Filling Station
Hay Abtorb$ Sea Oil
Hay rat on the wafer In the harbor
of Kto.klnn. Cal., absorbed a thick
coating of oil and arum that had ac
cumulated there. The hay drifted
naltore, wa raked to one aide and
Detert Sand tt or mi
In the southwestern part of th
fulled Kliitea, piii'th'idiirly In the In
terior portion of southern California
and southern Arizona, there are ex
tensive desert region where aand
Ntorm are likely to occur. Home por
tion of Nevada and other part of the
great basin lying between the Itorklet
and the Hierra Nevada are alio via
Ited by 'sandstorm.
When you come to know that your
fuel is almost gone.
It pays to investigate fuel prices at
When you are in need of fuel at reas
- Sec Us.
Farmer's Elevator Co.
Velocity 0 Wind ,
A wind blowing at a rule of more
than 75 mile an hour 1 a hur
ricane. The name of breeze of
Increasing stiffness are light air,
slight breeze, gentle breeze, moderate
breeze, fresh breeze, strong breeze,
high wind, gale, strong gale, whole
gale, storm wind, hurricane.
"See here!" remonstrated the bos
iternly. "Hmlth't ofllee boy doesn't go
about hi work humming and whl
"yoo hetchcr life he doesn't," cheer
fully assented the tough kid. "lie's
th' roltenet crap shooter In th' build
In'." American Legion Weekly.
Wanted a Tablet
A conversation recently overheard
In a modern drug itore which deals In
many things beside drug:
"Olmme a tablet"
"A yellow one."
"But what's the matter with yotiT
Cut Machinery Cost
The man who leaves his machines in the fields is pay
ing, by depreciation, for an implement fJicd, but not
getting the shed.
You can cut your machinery cost in half by prolong
ing its lite and usefulness. You can dquble the life of
an implement by putting it under cover as soon- as you
are through using it
Til 4it o! ii in )lemjnt shed to protect $2,000.00
worth of machinery is only a fraction of that sum.
We have many excellent implement shed plans to show
you, and we have the right material to build just the
kind and size building you require. Do not ma Je the
mistake of building before -yo" examine our up-t o-date
implement shed plans, we will be glad to have yo ti call
and examine them, whether you are building now or
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.,
"I want to write