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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1925)
Mrs. Audrey Savin.
u1';.' ft , i
rortlantl, OrtR. "A few year
ago I caught had fold which
titled on my lunus nd in the
bronchial tubes. 1 Ii:i1 a severe
Coiiiili, ami Ijcc.iiiic io bad that (or
fix wrcka 1 could not lie down,
would have to lit up in a morris
chair. 1 diHtorrd 1ml did not Ret
any better, 1 was 'all in' physically,
nd Iici.mii myself to think there
was no tulp lor me, when I wit
advised ly one of my doctor to
lake Ir. l'irrrr'i Gulden Medical
Ilucovcry. 'I'll is medicine ao com-
plrlvlv relieved me of my trouble
that 1 have nrvrr had any return
ol it. My Iuurs and bronchial are
Hour and never ive me any
trouble." Mrs. Autltcy Savin, b'Jl
Obtain this "Ditcoverv" of Dr.
Tirrcc't in tubltia or liitiid at your
nrarcut drug store and you'll quick
ly find that it builds you up, bciide
correcting your dt.trrtii.
Write lr. I 'icrce's Invalids' Hotel
Buffalo, N. Y., br free mrdical ad
vice. Send 10c (or trial pk. tablet.
GETS BACK ON ITS FEET
Corvallla. That hotter crops and
Improved price. have comblnod to put
Oregon agriculture In It beat condi
tion tint the world war I the bullot
of 25 county agents, assembled for the
annual eitcnslon service conforence.
Agent from practically every section
o( the etnte. in making report of their
dlatrlct. were optlmlatle over general
The dairy Industry ha revived rap-
Idly during the Iniit year under the In.
fluonee of Increased price and great'
er dumand. llcporta from Joeephlne,
Lincoln and Crook countlc confirm'
ed the upward trend.
The aoulhern Oregon fruit iltuatlon
waa reportod by C. C. Cata of Jack-
ion county and If. B. Howell of Joe
phlne county. Tear and apple crop
were ihort, though price on the whole
were fair. Wasco county bad only
halt crop of cherries thl year, but
they brought good price, according to
C. W. Dalgh. Irune were plentiful
In that county, though peacho and
grape foil to about onebalt crop.
Central Oregon, where spring wheat
1 the predominating crop, reported a
yield of from 40 to GO bushols. The
grain crop In general throughout east
ern Oregon wa reported a good.
A alnillar condition existed In Denton
county, but the clover crop wa the
best the county ha had for year.
I'uultry, reported C. R. llrlgg, I Juat
about holding It own In Denton coun
Panama Canal Passage.
A vnsanl proceeding dlraelly through
the I'anama canal without delay re
quire only from ten to twelve hour
for passage. Of thl time three hour
1 occupied In being lifted and low
ered through the lock.
American Invsntore Lead.
The United State lead the world
In the number of Invention patonted
and I followed by England, France,
Germany, Dulglum, Canada and, Italy.
Eaatern Will Swssps.
A ahndoof I a water-raising dovlce
consisting of a long polo pivoted near
one end and having It shorter tfnd
weighted. A bucket I hung to It
longer end, thus operating on the
principle of a well sweep. Shadoof
are used on the Nile and elsewhere
In the Kant, especially for Irrigation
reason for the
WRIGLEVa 1 thai It last
o long and return sucn
great dividends for to (mall
an outlay. It keep teeth
clean, breath sweet, appetite)
keen, digestion good.
Fresh and full-flavored
always la It wax -wrapped
By MICHAEL WHITE
Ifi br Snort (lor fuk. Ce.)
KUAN fillAH wa good tiger,
highly respected In the neigh
borhood. Do not be surprised
at this, because there are both
good and bad tigers, though, a with
human beings, the reputation of the
daring rrlmliiul I likely to occupy
more new spare than the virtuous,
law-abiding cltlien. Hence Kbnn Shah
wu unknown to the world at large,
but almost dollied by the vlllnger
within range of hi labor.
It wi Khan Bliah who preserved
the crops from spoliation by killing
off tli deer and wild hogs, and he It
wa who drove away a suspicious-look
ing vagrant of bli own tribe; but
never, under any circumstances, bad
he been known to harm man, child or
tame beast. Therefore the villager
built a little altar to Khan Shah, upon
feitlval occasion presented him with
an old row long past bringing any
price, and dignified him by the title
"Protector of 111 People."
8o when the rain had (wept over
the land, and the bright green of the
fresh crop rose above the brown soil,
giving excellent promise, a villager,
catching a glimpse of the golden yel
low of Khan Bhah's supple form, with
Its toft velvet si ripe, leaping through
the nearby Jungle In chase of deer or
wild hog, be saluted blin with great
'Balaam, Khan Rhnhl May your
hunterslilp he ever successful, your
teeth and claws kept well sharpened.
May you always guard the crop of
Indeed, Id the pride and strength of
hi full perfection. Khan Khah wa
tiger to be admired. The Ifrent head
hung upon hla masalr shoulders, with
It black rosette and the delicate all
ver thread of whiskers, ws purely
majestic. In every movement of his
long, agile body, ending In the wide
weep of hi sinuous, blnrk-rlnged
tall, was grace above adverse com
ment. Khsn Rhsh, standing la a shaft
of golden Sunlbht against a bark
ground of emerald foliage, wa an ob
ject t ty the real hunter' Cnger on
the trigger of hla rifle.
Dut gradually the burnished yellow
of Khan Khah' body began to fade
Into the tawny shade, the velvet
tripe took on almost a rusty hue, a
gray tint appeared upon bli muzzle,
and his hrsd swung lower In a stride
which did not have the ensy motion as
of yore. Somehow, ton. Khan Shah
begun to fall In hi spring upon the
deer and wild hogs, and the crop
suffered In consequence.
Not that the villagers lost faith In
Khsn Khh quickly. They said that
hi spirit was gone bunting in other
grounds, and must be brought hark to
hla proper duty. fio they mad offer
ings and burned Incense before hi
brine, while Khan Khah, lying not so
very far off, licked hi paw over the
discovery that his clan had grown
blunt, that his Joint were stiff, there
fore It was bsrd for hliti to catch the
deer and wild hog. Moreover, he was
becoming Irsa on that account, and
some other way must be found to ant
Isfy his natural appetite.
Some persons hold that animals do
not possess reasoning power or senti
ment, that they are guided merely by
what we call Instinct. I'erhsps, then.
It was Instinct which moved Khan
Khah to cast a huncry eye on the fat
goad In the White Rahlh'a com
pound, Instend of the lean rattle of
hla own people, and had nothing what
ever to do with a tiger's conscience.
In my rase, the fat foots began to
dlsnppear, and the White Sahib took
."Who I stealing my goats?" he de
manded of his native butler.
"Sir," replied the butler, who knew
the real culprit, "the police have been
Informed of this matter, and say that
It I a thief from another district. In
future the Sithlb's goat will be locked
up at night."
If Khan Shah wa to be convicted
on the charge of goat ateallng, assur
edly the evidence would not be forth
coming from his own people.
With the Whtte Sahib's goat rut
off from his food supply. Khan Shah
roamed further afield and killed a
bullock, the property of a village aome
ten mllea away. Also, In that same
village, a man wa dragged forth from
his hut, without sound, in the dead
of night, being heard of no mare, and
the people rose up and called upon
their While Sahlh to see Into the mat
ter. That White Rahll) found pugs
(tigers' footprints) In the dust, held
a council of. the headmen, and Inld
the crime pretty fairly on the right
striped shoulders. Ho he wrote to the
other White Kshlh, and snld: "I think
your tiger I up to mischief. Yon had
better look out for lilin. If he comes
here upaln he'll be shot."
The White 8nhlb of Khan Shnh'i
vlllnge recollected hi mltialng gouts,
and knew that the hour was near at
hand when he must denl with Khan
Shah. Hut by the law of Khan Shnh's
people not without proof, lest In their
eyes (treat crime be committed. Was
Khan Shah not the Protector of III
People, the reincarnation of an anl
mill god, and curaed be be who would
deal a deulh blow upon that inrred
bide. A ytt, you see. there wa no
proof of guilt ! even then only an out
oimte White Siihlb could presume to
be the executioner. So the white 8
hlh took down hi rifle, carefully tost'
d the mechanism, and Oiled the mag-
zln with cartridge. Then be watted
for the new he knew would come
sooner or later. Hut It did not de-
cend dulte io shortly as be expected,
for nothing wa heard of Khun Hhuh
during several weeks, Khan Shah
wa hiding hi face from the sight
of men, and his, people wondered.
Now It happened that the White
Bahlb'l bouse ws set on the aide of
a hill, and from the veranda, beyond
the slope of lawn, a belt of rock and
scrub Jungle fell down to the brink
of a tank, or small lake. At evening
It wu the Tustom of the young vil
lage girl to resort to the lake, and
with much mirthful splashing per
form their ablution. The White Sa
hib, sitting on bis veranda, waa pleased
when the sound reached hi enr,
for they meant that all wu running
smoothly In the village.
It was ao on one particular evening.
the sun linking In crimson splendor
toward tb baked earth, and at some
distance a haze of blue smoke rising
above the tbutrhed roofs of the vil
lage, proclaiming that cooking pot
were on the lire. A Pal of merry
laughter from the bathing girl caused
the White Sahib' to come out of a
reverie and turn his bead downward
toward the lake. Dut It wa not the
group of bathing girl that suddenly
concentrated hi gaze. Ill glance had
lit apon a (lowly moving yellow ob
ject, creeping stealthily In and out
among the rocks, with a course set
obviously toward the bathing girls.
For a moment the yellow object came
Into full view, (winging Its head back
ward a If to make inr of a retreat
The Wbtte Sahib rote quickly and
went In for bis rifle Khan Shah's
hour having come In hi evidently
murderous design uton the bathing
girl a. There wa not much time to
lose, for Khan Hhuh wa within a few
leaia of the lake; but the White Sohlb
Judged from experience that Khan
Khah would proceed cautiously In this
hi first asssult In the open. He would
probably wait until one of the girls
came out of the water, and then seize
hla helpless victim. Ho the White Sa
hib made an equally cautious detour
among the rocks, with the Intention of
rutting in between Khan Shah and the
bathing girls, whose actions and voices
proclaimed complete Innocence of dan
ger. Hut something caused Khan Shah
to change his purpose; In fact, gaining
seen, of the White Sahib, to take up
hi trail, creeping In hi footsteps.
Thus the hunter became the bunted,
with the White Sahib beginning to
wonder what on earth had become of
Khan Shah, who ought to have been
where he clearly wa not. Little did
the White Sahib Imagine how more
than once be waa almost within Khsn
Shah'a claw grip, and that for the
most part Khan Khah' red, gleaming
eye were full upon him. In thl way
they trailed each other among the
rocks, when the White Sahlh was
moved to turn bark on bis course, j
A cavernous growl from the top of!
a rock not more than three pares dis
tant, and a foot or two above his
head caused the White Sahib to look
up with a start Crouching low was
Khan Shah, with every auvag Instinct
kindled Into Immediate action.
The hlte Sahib understood some
thing of the ways of tigers, and, there
fore, te attempt retreat would be sui
cide. He flung himself down under
cover of the rock, as Khan Shah'a huge
body , awept over a streak of faded
yellow wltb rusty black bands. A
great roar vibrated among the rocks
aa Khan Shah bounded to earth, but
even then the White Sahib knew bet
ter than to shoot, nesting on one
knee, wltb his rifle to the shoulder,
the White Sahib wslted for Khan Shab
to present a vital spot
A Khsn Khah wheeled In tavag
rage la having missed hi mark, a
little spurt of flame shot from the
barrel of the White Suhlb's rifle, and
that which went with It found a lodg
ing In Khan Shah'a brain. Hut that
wa not quit the end of Khan Shah.
Presumably the people of the vil
lage heaped praise and honor on the
White Sahib' head for having saved
their daughtera from the Jaw of
Khan Shah. Not at all. Inatead they
called him a murderer In their hearts,
and secretly sent up a petition for
hi removal. They hel. that no clime
had been proved against Khan Shah,
and that he was the Protector of Ilia
People from deer and wild hogs. Even
so he Is (till such, for In the gray 'of
early morning doe not his spirit hover
on the outsklrt of their fields and
I not the food set down before his
shrine alwaya eaten? The White Sa
hib, of course, does not believe these
things; but then who Is the White
8ahlb In India? A few hundred years
ago be was not there, a few hundred
years, perchance, Khnn Khah will be
honored when he I forgotten. - Like
htm, other have come and gone, but
India remain the anie forever.
We Withed So, Too
Bobby, our neighbor's young (on,
waa In the habit of having lunch oc
casionally at our house. One day aft
er, partaking of a hearty meal he
leaned contentedly bnck In his chair,
lost his balance, and It) dcsm'rntlon
grabbed the tablecloth. Continuing to
fall he landed In a heap of dlshea, food
After picking himself up and view
ing the ruin, he remarked. "Gee, I wish
I wa home." Kxchange.'
Denier of Java are trying to buy
direct rather than through the old
method, by which an Amerlcnn prod
uct wanted-by a consumer In Java I
ordered though s Putch house In I!a
tavln, with head ofllcet In ttotterdam.
which In turn orders from an Amer
ican manufacturer through Its New
, COMMON DISEASE
Blackhead 1 one of the most com
mon disease of turkey. It I caused
by microscopic parasite that affects
especially the liver and ceca (blind
pouches of the Intestines) of bird
from six week to four month of age.
Older turkey or chicken, however,
are not Immune to the trouble. Chick
ena may be a source of infection and
not (how llgns of tb disease.
The term "blackhead" li misleading.
a( any disease which causes a de
crease In the oxygen supply of the
blood may cause the bead to become
darkened In color. The characteristic
symptoms (re drowsiness, a tendency
to leg behind the flock, loss of ap
petite, diarrhea and sulphur-colored
droppings. Tbe dsrk color of the
head is common, but It la not always
a reliable diagnostic symptom, aa It
may be the result of some other
fronhle. A the di progresses the
f twiners become muled, tbe win.,
droop and general debility i noticed.
Usually, several poult are stricken at
Treatment for blackhead I of little
value. Tbe hope I for prevention.
Bemove bird to new quarters and see
that drinking and feeding vessels are
thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.
Sick birds should be killed end burned
or burled deeply. A treatment which
la advised by some la a follow : For
each 20 birds give two teaspoonfola
of powdered Ipecac mixed In a maah,
twice a week until the poults are three
months of age, then reduce the dosage
one-half and give once eacb 10 daya
nnt'l the bird are ready for market
Hens Relish Succulence
in Potatoes and Apples
Raw potatoes and apple are relished
by the hen and add aucculence to the
ration. However, a balanced dry maah
should be used at the same Urn to
encourage egg production. Uelon
leave and vine are rather tough and
not usually eaten by the hens when
tbey have access to other green feed.
A clover pasture or the succulent leaves
of Swiss chard will be much better.
Cull radishes and the leavea will be
picked over by the bens. Tbey like
tbe roots but do not relish tbe tough
leaves. Other grasses and green feed
are better poultry feed. Much depends
on tli quality of the poultry range.
Mens la small yards will teem to like
certila tough leavea that they will
never touch If more tender and succu
lent green feed is available.
g Hints on Care of Eggs
V ProriJe plenty of clean nests S
5 for the laying hens. 5
S Gather egg twice a day. $
5 Keep the eggs In cool, fairly g
ft dry place. S
g Keep out the cracked, dirty, ft
email and very large egga for j
W home use. ft'
8 Never wsh egg unless they
jj are to be used Immediately by 8
$ local trade. g
W Market eg.n frequently, at 8
j.j least once week and preferably ft
j, Know the preference of your ft
ft market and strive to men them. j;
ft Grade your eg t for uniform- g
$ Ity in lxe, shape and color. jj
J Know the shipping require- $
v menta of nnmi a, miIm. A
ft companies when you us their ?!
ft1 services. g
j!j le only ound, trong. stand- !!
ft ard packages and pack the ecg '!'
Itemember quality la essential
for best price
If you are selling through
satisfactory agency wfth which
V i n cBimotsneu repuia-
! tlon for high quality, be very
; sure that you have secured a ft
ft better outlet before yon make a '
you hav established a reputa-
ft If you sell to local dealer. In- $
sis upon uieir nuytng eggs on Q
A "loss off" or quality basla. , jj
Farmers' Bulletin 1378, Cnlted
States Department of Agricul
Dispose of all old bird that hav
Do not sell early batched pullets;
they will mean winter eggs.
Dens and pullets should be put Into
a coop snd If tbey do not lay ahlp
them te tb produce dealer,
Small, weak hens with long slim
heads generally lack vigor aud are
usually sbort-tlm layers.
Soft-shelled eggs msy be caused by
condiments. Spices often lead to
Vf. XL Hlnshaw, 'authority on poul
try diseases at the Kansas Agricultural
college, recommends culling of weak,
Inferior birds, strict sanitation and
protection from undue exposure as
the most promising means of con
trolllnc the epizootic among fowl. -
PORTI A Nn
1 VIX 1 M-trkLJ
Better Franklin Service-Storage and General Repairing
ANDERSON & RICE, IK,,.. Portland, Ore
To Avoid Foot Trouble. IfTJ K.VZU i H.M. tES.CNS
The public health service give thelc'larh Br0' Wortota, 17 Mom a ft
following Information on (landing
and walking: In using the feet. It Is
Important to (a) toe out a little, If at
all, (b) throw the weight rather to
ward the outer aide of the foot, (c)
try to learn to use the toe to push
as the foot leaves the ground, (d)
in standing try to grasp with tbe
toe, (e) In tiresome long itandlng
toe-In on tbe weight-bearing foot.
The term "drowned river ystcm"
refer to such a ayitem as tidal rlv-
th Hudson, Delaware, Susquo-
baut,, I oionnc and James, wherein
the trunk valley and Its branches
were submerged by the sea entering
their lower p?rts because of a sink
ing of the edge of tbe continent This
has made possible wonderful harbors
at the mouths of these tidal streams.
World Grows Better.
Another thing ant experienced news
paper man can do, says the Ohio State
Journal; Is to make a correction sound
like an entirely new Item. Which la
better than the old-time policy of
never making a correction, assuming
an Infallibility that was even less
Justified than it would be today.
Churchmen have been credited with
being tb first to use handkerchief In
Europe, and for a time priests alone
were permitted to carry them. Even
they were subjected to certain restric
tions of use, for the handkerchief
formed part of the vestments of the
cleric's office and as a "facial,'" by
which name It waa known, was worn
by the priest officiating before the
Old Nickname for Whisky.
Tbe name "John Barleycorn," used
as a personification of malt liquor, I
derived from an English tract of old
date entitled "The Arraigning and In
dicting of Sir John Barleycorn Knt,"
printed for Timothy Tosspot Sir John
Barleycorn appears as a person la
a number of similar ballade by John
Remarkable Birds' Nest.
Humming birds build the most deli
cate and beautiful nests known, while
the most remarable nests are those
of the American oriolea and' of the
weaver birds of Africa and tbe Eaat
Best Fruit Near the Top.
The tree of knowledge has to be
climbed; most of us try to get along
by breaking oft a tew branches. Bos
Trm Come From French.
"Biscuit' Is a French word which
signifies "twice cooked," the term
having been originally applied to thin.
fiat bread tor the use of travelers and
soldiers, baked a second time to ln
crease Its keeping quality by expelling
practically all moisture.
Egga Nine Years Old Good.
Biologtsta have discovered, In ex
perimenting with rats, that itorage
eggs, although tbey may be nine year
old and In a froien condition nearly all
ot that time, are atill potent In pro
moting rata, who apparently enjoy the
Cloud'a Silver Lining.
Got Into the habit ot looking for the
tilver lining ot the cloud, and, when
you have found It, continue to look at
it, rather than at the leaden gray In
the middle. It will help you over many
hard placea. Wlllltt.
Outwitted Old Nick.
Teter Fabel, an Englishman, a na
tive ot "Edmonton, who died during
the reign ot Henry VII (US5-1509),
according to a local tradition, (old bis
soul to the devil, and then cheated
him out ot It
Martyr Made Salnta.
Pope rius. XI beatified eight men
who sacrificed their lives In carrying
the Gospel to the American Indians
Thoy wore Father Isaao Jogues,
Brother Rene Coup ll, Noel Chabanel,
Anthony Daniel, Father Brebeut and
"Better look out for me," warned the
fair flirt. "You know I am a grass
widow." MOh, that's all right" replied
the sophisticated male. "I am known
as the human lawn mower."
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Cofliplei Change Saturday ' '
Adulta, Week dav Matinee Wc;
Evenings, 3ftc. Continoualtolt
Hides, Pelts, Wool, Mohair,
Tallow, Cascara Bark
Band as roar hlpnwnts. We mtfl you check
tht sun. day w. rMiv goods.
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
IN (MSB SMMt SSVTS, PWTUM, MM.
New Fluff Rugs
Made From Old Cayets "Wear Like
Dm IMrert with tlx kUnnfaetimr. Abanlnts
BatJifartioii CoarvitMd. Bad ia Your Ha
tortei w WrlU for frieM.
western rLtrr sua company.
M-M Unloa Antra Nor. Fortland. Oram
DECIDE NOW about
Our Airredited C hirks tor
will be brtter than ever.
Kv-rythln- linlli.lrn a bls
rtmnnd. Grt In toivh with
u. now to secure the lowi.t
prt'M. 1 Nth soccesMful year.
mk intvmui as ATTi.sk
This therefore 1 the praise of
Shakespeare, that hla dram's is the
mirror of life; that he who has tnaxed
his Imagination Is following the phan
toms which other writers raise np be
fore him, may here be cured of his
delirious ecstasies by reading human
sentiments In human language, by
scenes from which a hermit may esti
mate the transactions of the world.
and a confessor predict the progress
of the passions. Samuel Johnson.
Fish That Sit Down.
Japanese goldfiah boast of colors no
human Craftsman can coor. ha vine
wonderful talis that remind one ot
bridal veils or tans, and they sit down
on these whenever tired. They sell
for as high as S23 apiece.
Noted for Medieval Glass.
The medieval glasa that fills almost
all the windows In the cathedral of
Bourges Is unsurpassed In beauty by
any other collection ot medieval glass
work. The cathedral Is one ot the
five greatest In France.
High French Honor.
The "Forty Immortals" are the
members of tbe French academy, the
first and most Important ot the five
academies ot the Institute do France.
It la not necessary tor all men to
be great In action. The greatest and
subllmest power la simple patience.
Horace Buahnell ' '
Charcoal from wood shavings and
waste, and aa effective a heat pro
ducer a anthracite, la being made In
The Testimony of Others
JN my new book which may be
had FREE upon request, on
PIl.tS and other Rectal and Colon dis
orders, I have reproduced nearly 100
letters from among those received from
my thousands of patients. These tell you
frankly of their years of suffering of then
trying home remedies and even opera
tion, and, finally, of their complete cure
are from men and worn. a ot
vary .tattoo, many of whom yntt
say know. You will Itara by
reading thl. Book why I can giva
a WRITTEN CUAKANTKK to
cur. your file or return your faa.
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Awards and Uold Jdadals than any ether
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