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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1926)
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dor uot operate fur chronic npen
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He hat to hi credit wonderful re
suite lu d I waxes of the aotiuuh. liver
bowel, blood, akin, uervca, heurt
Sidney, bladder, bod wetting, cut
arrUi, frj;k' luuit-t, rhutiiatiHin, ncln
lea, leg uleera and rectal iilliuenta.
below are the uiihicm of a few of
hlsmmiy an tiff lei patleuta in Ore.
How J.Alplu. uraon WumIi. nerve
trouble. Mra. Otto Will. Jefferson
variOMH? ulcer, leg. .l. 1 ('liriatlun.
sou, Albany, bladder troubl . Mr
M. A. Kwan, Coiullle, atoiuiwh troii
ble. Itobert ZigiiiiMkl. .Stion. atom
ach trouble. John Itoth, Albmv, aJ
enohls and toaila. Mra. M. I OIhuii.
KeuieinlM-r the above date, thai
cnuNultatkn on thia trip will le fret
and that hi tr. at incut In dX'creu ,
Married women mint In-a c miii.iij
le d by their huHlm.nl.
Addre: :'ll llradbury ltld !.
lilll When arc you going to pay me
tliut ten you owe!
Mill I Intend to open negotiations
. with you aoon with view to funding
the debt. Life.
Improved in His Studie$
"You don't rove me any mure. I
used to be all the world to you once !"
"Yea-hut I have got better In
"I know a good Joke huve I told
It to you before?"
'No; you certainly have not!"
"Adventure la Jut around the
"Va, I know. Where the traffic
"Are you going to the nuofipierader
"No; lust time I won a prljse and
niy friends all got mad at me."
"Why should we buy a house, dearr
"Wall, we have fio car, and Wt
eujfht to gret. a place Jolilde
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
..Tho!!,h8 r ln "r"n-own" oti1l.
tlon will notice that Catarrh bothers tlmm
rouch morj than when th.y r ln oo4
hMlth. This fact proves that while .
Catarrh la a local MIschm, It la aroatly
rtifliiencul by eontltutlnnnl ronillttons.
Combined Trjatmont, both local and In
ternal, and haa hn auceeaufnl in the
treatment of Catarrh for over forty year,
'"V bJL" Oruas-ista.
F. J. Cheney Co Tolerio, Ohio.
Jan. 19, I92G.
In the spring of 1871 I lefl
the state of Missouri and went
to Colorado, I owned a good
horse, a pretty fair Texa3 saddle
a springfield rifle and a Colt six
shooter. I went through with em
migrsnt wagons, 17 men, 6 wom
en and several children. We trav
eld the Smoky Hill route and 1
remember right there waa no
farming. West of Sa'ina Kansas,
1 had a great Unit hunting oi
the trip. 1 killed several antelope
one 2 year old buffalo, lots oi
piairie chickens and rallle snak
es. In the spring of '73 1 worked 'n
a Mica Mine for an old prospoct
or and we had a great tim? togelh
er. He seemed to take great de
light in talking about Missouri
and would ask me all kind of
questions about Missouri such a
this Is it a fact Bill that thr
girls all chew touacco in Missouri
an d wa you ever in the town ol
Lapover down where the Miss
ouri laps over onto Arkansas? Do
they real y make pumpkin rol
itigs galher in the neighbors to
help roll the big pumpkins on 8
Aauon? That must be a great
pumpkin pie country? He keil
mj pretty tore with such quel
oris. Some times he brake loost
m 1 talk like this; heilo p. rJnei,
hat are vou loaded with, frui
r.d lumber? What kind of frui
mil lumber? Hoopoles and pumi
One day he was out on th
ump sorting Mica and he to!'
ne about a stranger traveling
'own through Missouri and saw
a lot of men chained up to a tele
kraph post and a guard ovr
tin m aimed with a wincheslci
r. lie, two colt six shooters ano
v. if knife. Tliu stranger ahk
i he guard wl atthe men htn
ii e? Guard told him r.othiif.
hy rtojou keep them chainei
cp?(itiaid till him he inteoden
to hip tl.f.m Wtst in a ft f'ej!
and wanted to get them uued to
th" train, f I had breianear cn
gh to him 1 would have landed
ii him, I was p core ini e
a told me that one and I he old
hi o; a gun hi I.!" v;
1 suppoHO jtu have heard
of sweet li ts!e from Pike
Who crossed the While
with her true love Ike,
three o e of oxen
a big yellow Iok
a Shanghai ro'obler
ar.d an oi l randy hog.
They camped one evening
way down on the I'latte,
close to the riv.?
in a big xl.ady flat,
t Lk-i- on fo'i e l
layed down to n pose,
White Ike stood gazi ing
at hid Tike county rose.
Then hk holleren, thats the.
1 1 nA ett a (rit-1 li tlStnttr ii-ittH
0'ito Bill, go with you across the
VVr.ite Mounlaii s, stop for no
hig.i waters, ta ling timber or
deep snow and scrap a gHr.zl.iM
bear for you after strO lands over
there; no quitter about thpt kind
of a gal. Tim last time I saw the
old vvaliper I met him in town,
and there was nothing to good
for theirish with him. We were
both pretty well dressed and we
had a tune. He would not let m
pay for any thing. He seemed to
have all kinds of money. He ask
ed me that night, what port of
Missouri did you say you wtie
from? 1 told him Sedalia and
Boonville county; yes he said.
about 40 miles from where I was
born and raised. I wai Biire sur
prised and asked him where he
was raised. Ha said not fttr from
Clinton, Henry county. I askid
him why he did not tell me that
before and he said I never asked
him and perhaps he would not
have told me anyway for it
would have spoiled his fun. lit
told nu he iiud been in Sedalia
several times belore he left Mo.
He ustd to gethercatilo to pas
ture through the spring and sum
mer and often came there for de
livery of the cattle and said he
puuehed cows first two years he
was in Colorado, but too slow
money and said he would have to
make it in bigger bui.ches. He
had been prospecting 14 yearf
ihen and sold one mine for $10,
000.09 and blow'ed it ail in im
told the last om for $15,030.00.
He had a little sense the last
time and watched his step.
When I bid him good by biji
tears came into his eyes.
Mamie de I'ny'ter enme home to
Miimtna de Pnjter affer a bin piirty
and exebilmed: "Oh, .maiunm, I im-t
the nioit wonderful hoy, George Kayn
ger." Mnninia ile Paysler chuckled ro
gulchly: "Is lie one of those Texas
ranters, niy dear, I've heard ao much
about? Chicago I'hoenlx. .
Mutt Placate the Child
A well-known actor was playing to a
crowded house, but was frequently In
terrupted by the squalling of a child
In the gnllery.
At IiikI the noise grew an unbearable
thnt the actor ahnndnned his lines and
iilil. "Ladles and gentlemen, unless
this play Is sloped, the child cannot
possibly go on !"
Lovet Hie Work
"You have no Idea hnt a really big
executive gets out of business," de
clared the New Yorker.
"(ieis down Just lii time fur lunch
and then he plays elf."
"What If It rains?"
"There's the mallnee."
Wille You don't love me a good
Hubby I love you a belter half.
Speed Bug$, Ferinttance
"TIs true (he buKKy horse
Is 'I. out Ulna," growled Hiram
'But In this motor aire
There Is no lack of bunay people."
He Wa$ Reserved
Wife (referring to guest) He'i
most attractive man) la he married?
Husband I don't know. He's a re
ferved clrap keeps all bli troubles t
YOU MY WIN $1,500
ITushiiud -This toinnto aoup taatee
Just IlKii that niy mother used to
Wife-I'm Rind to heur It. Tou bars
never auld before thnt anything ot
mine was as good as your molher'a.
She wua a tine cook, I suppose?
IIunIiiiihI Yes, There wua only on
thing sbo couldn't make properly.
WifeWhat wua limit
HuHlmiul Tomato aoup I Stock
t7nfo ThU End
"Ily the way." auld tho lawyer who
was drawing up the will, "I nolle
that you've named six bankers to be,
your piillheurera. Would you rather
choose some frlenda with whom you
are on better terms?"
"No, that's all right," wua the quick
reply, "Those fellows have carried
me ao long they mlxlit aa well finish
the Job." Hoslon Transcript.
trwiCFJitrti I.' Jig
Klrst t'llUiu Has Zero tiinde mucb
money In the Ice rreuui business.
The Other One-lie iiuule a cool million.
She Wante to Know
He said he hni tievrr lovrd brfore
As h aavs th wlrl a kiss.
"Thn how." akiil the k 1 1 1,
Wlih hr head In a whirl,
"lld you learn tu love like this?"
Showed Her New Steps
Hostess (at ilancel What have you
and Arthur been doing outside all this
IMIy Oh, ho allowed me some new
"Hut I thought he didn't dance."
"Ho doesn't. We sat on theiu."
Sorry for Thoughts
"Oh I Are you really a - mind
reader?" "Yes I I am."
"Then I hope you aren't offended.
I didn't mean what I thought about
Many Hearts Offered
Merrill So that helreaa refused
fiiles Yes. fhe said that ao manj
hearts were submitted lo her dally, h
hoped I Would overlook the absence
of uny Individual criticism.
Her Heart Engaged
lie (adiolrlniily) You are a girl aft
er iny own heart.
She Thank you ; but I hope you arj
not a man affr mine, bees use It's
Mr. Laurels Mere physical beautj
la all too fleeting.
Miss Manchester-It doesn't last long
tut, then, It can be renewed' every
I vou ir 1SI1 to mn I'n mo w .r I, out ot th
eltM Maulers' la lh worji "TOII.E T NIXES
SlrlK'i." At.illr)lfi,no IN T;aSII rlcl lll
bvawitrjt-l men-nin-'lturt In Oilt
GWHAt W l'!J-llt;ll.!jl i'i COMfEST
S: Utmp tor clrralv ait 1 ruin. AJJro,
A Good "Time
for the Inde
The man who loves his little wife
And hneda lnr evnry call and beck
Has still another duly now
lie shaves the back of dearis'a neck.
Not nil the mysteries are cleared
up. There is one connected with those
persons who wiilk nrross the continent
or wheel perambulators from one lec
tion to another or unilerluke to get
the outogriipiii of a thousand tnnyore
nil, say, upon a bet. What one
would like to know Is who puts up the
reward or lays down tho oilier half
of the wnger. We never hear of him.
lit le more obscure nnd modest than
the head of a booilegglng syndicate
and, apparently, every bit aa afrttld
that he will get bis deserved punish
ment. -Toledo liludo.
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