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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1927)
If Back or
gin Taking Silt If You FmI
Baskaehy or Have lladdtr
Too much rich food forma sdds
Which cll snd overwork tht kid
neys In their efforts to filter It from
tin ayttein. Flul th kidneys occa
sionally to rollovo thorn Ilka you re
lievo the bowels, removing acids,
weate and poison, alia yon may foal
dull misery In th kidney region,
harp jmlna In tl back or tick head
ache, dlulnoaa, tha atomacb sours,
tongua la coated, and when tha weatu-
r la bad you have rheumatic twinges.
The urine la cloddy, full of sediment,
tha channels often got Irritated, oblig
ing ona to get up two or three tlmea
during tha night
To help neutralise theaa Irritating
rid and fluih off tha body't urlnoua
waale, begin drinking water. Alao get
about four ouncea of Jad Halts from
any pharmacy, take tableapoonful
In a gluaa of water before break fnat
fur a few daya and your kldueya may
then act flue and bladder dlaordera
Thla fawioue aalta la made from the
eld of graHa and lemon Juice, com
bined with llthla, and baa been UMd
for yeara to belp clean and etlmulnte
tUKKlali kldueya and atop bladder Ir
ritation. Jad Kalta la Inwtpenslvs and
make a delightful eirerreecant llthla-
water drink which mllllona of men
ami women take now and then to
help prevent aorloua kidney and blad
der disorders. Ity all meana, drink
lota of good water every day.
Samd for Sample
aiMn - - " ntoaitoirataa
Iwll MUniu f4t Hair
mm ti m M IMfflM.
HINDERCORNS v.. 0.1.
!, . Mu all mmim, mmtun to ue
BMt, aMtla Wfttline mmr mm vr mm b, iraa-
pMm. uimuI 11111MI want, rwMw .
Talee of th Tote
To avoid being awamped by them we
bunch here few child atorlea:
"Mamma," aald little fellow fremh
from Sunday achool, "I knew what
the three virtue are; they are faith.
bono and cherry tree."
A little Ilrooktlne lad explaining to
Ma email atater the advent of the new
baby aald: "Why, Ood baa only to
wave Ilia hand and down they come.
David, wee Winchester boy, waa
oat walking with hla nuree. It waa
near noon, and erring borae ataodtng
by tha roadside the nurae remarked:
-I guesa that borae la getting hungry
for bla dlnoer."
"Tea," replied the little fellow, "he
wanta to have bla prune, doesn't bar
A bint, light) r dropped, aometlmee
aounda like bod full of brlcka when
By millions ended
Ilillt Moo sUknenfeoIJi event
and In 14 hour. They end headache and
fcvtr, onrn tht bowvla, ton tht whole eye
trm. Vm nothing lex rtluhla. CoUt and
Oippa call fat prompt, tmcicot help. Be
eurt you get tC
Be Sure ItssUj PrlceXk
OSOIW & QUININE
For every atomach
and Intcatlnal III
Thla food old fah
loned berb bom
remedy for conaU
patlon, atomach Ilia
and other derange-
menia of the eve-
- n,.v.unt the dava la In even
11 III iw -
greater favor aa a family medicine
than In your grandmother'a day,
lemtlMlMMfnMfIM la oitaaTar. fMtk
kaiaae hUmt to mmrbnim ml Otnmt mmt kwa.
HALL RUCKEL. New Yark
. .A 1 II M
ITDn Wmm 1TISMIL
Harry Ormerod. Broaorlbad
traitor te King Oeorfe a Hiu
art partlean, returning from
Franoa to London, raecuae Alder
man Jtobert Jagstne from
Ini Jutslns proves to be the
frantien of a former itaward
ef Ormerod'e father, t whom
lugflna feel hlmaalf Indabted.
Ormerod telle Justlna be baa
abandoned the Stuart cauaa.
Justine In forme htm of a Jaco
bite plot In the American colo
nial to weaken Eniland be for-
warding French Intareata. At Ita
bead la Andrew Murray, a Soota
man, and a frenchman, L
Vaulla, dasdlr enemy of Or
merod. The two are In London
furthering their eahamaa. An
ticipating the plotlera' return te
America, Jutslns arrtnsae for
Ormerod to ao there with lattere
te Oovernor Burnet, frland of
Juia-lne, end work to foil Mur
ray. Dlaauleed ae Juaalne' eerv
ant, Ormerod takae paaaaae to
America. On the ehlp be meete
a itrl, Murray'a dnuahlar, ardent
Jacobite, who bellevee him to be
loyal t the SJUisrls. V Vaulla
raooanlsae Ormerod and eipoaae
him. Taken by aurprlae, Or
merod le thrown overboard by
the noaro, Tom, but raialn the
deck In aafety. He aooueae Hur
ray ef enmpllolty In the atUmpt
on hie life, but ef eourae baa ae
proof. All partita aarae en a
truce until they rach New Tork.
There Ormerod eavee an Indlaa
eblaf, Ta-wan-ne-ara, from In
tuit, and Introducee hlrnatlf t
Uovernor Bum at, la eounolL
CHAPTER V Continued
There waa murmur of aaaent aa
the meeting broke np.
"One moment, yonr excellency," I In-
ternoaed. "1 have alao a letter from
Matter Jugglna for the Honorable Cad.
wallader Col den of your council If he
"Indeed, be la," aanented the gover
nor. "A moment. If yon pieaae, vol
A thin, bottling man, with very
brtiht black eye and a dark com
plexion detached hlmaelf from the ex
odua and renamed hi chair. Hla nerr
out linger quickly tor loo the enve
lop of the letter I banded him. and
be began devouring Ita content.
gardleaa of the eonfuilon around htm.
"Until tomorrow, gentlemen!
The governor bowed the council out
and ahut the door upon the laet of
them. He beckoned me forward.
"Hit here beelde aa. Matter Ormerod
for to I ae you are rightly named,
although yon traveled under Matter
Jacgtne name. Matter Joggtn
vouchee for yon. That la eutnelent tor
me. Whit any yon. Col dm r
"Quit etifflclent," agreed th eur-
yor general. "Do yon with me to
Certainly. Glad to have yon. Now(
Matter Ormerod, do you tell na aa
fully a yon may what yoo know of
Murray. Matter Jugglnt bath elated
yon for n prominent part 1 reaect
hla Judgment, but more man oar im
mediate fortune hlngee upon the Itaue
of what we do, and I mutt know all.'
1 recounted the rlrcumatancea of my
meeting with Joggln. th herlng b-
for th lord of trade ind the In
rtdenta of th voyage, not forgetting
Tom'e aaaault upon me and the
atrange bargain I bad made with Mur
"Then are yon aafe from den unci'
tlon," broke In the governor, -we
think little of Hanoverian or Jacobite
In New Tork. Her. Matter Ormerod.
yon will find only Rngllehmen laboring
to wretl a living from the wllderneat
and to extend their counlry'a power
and rlchnena. What yon wer matter
little. Tta what you ar w Jung'
"The bargain waa typical or Murray,
n la no ordinary villain. Already be
hath perauaded the dltcontented ele
ment In tb province that I would
take the bread from their moutha by
atonnlm hla trade. But he knowa well
that I would leap upon tna excune to
lav hlra by the hecia, ana he win
to It that no aueplclon of your paat
'Ha threatened me wnn tne uea
Death thla morning," I aald. "Can you
tell me what h meant by Itr
"TI n laying of tn frontier," n-
nlalned the governor. -They call red
headed Boiling and Murray' negro,
Tom, the lied and the Black Death,
for Murray la charged with having
uted them to remove from hla path
tboae neraon he conaldera dangeroua
or whom he honor wllh nit diaiika.'
"In the crowd I alto heard talk of
th Doom Trail," I continued.
Governor Burnet amlled grimly,
That la th popular name for the
route by which Murray amugglea hla
trade tooda to Canada. TI aald to
be the aeallng of man'a doom If he
perk 1 tb trail or any Information con
"Ha th traffic been autpended dur-
Inc Murray'a abeencer I aaked.
"No," replied the governor. "Boll
lag and Black Uobe have kept It In
And who la Black Bober
The aovernor laughed outright
"You are red-hot for dungeroua In
formation, Matter Ormerod, lllnck
Robe la the Indian' name for one Per
Hynclnthe, Jetult mltalnnary, who,
according -to aome of the talee our
gent bring, ehtrel with Murray tba
credit for conception of the contplr-
acy we are debating.
"But where Murray plot for th
overthrow of Kngllah rule In America
In order to bring back the Jncobltea
end enrich hlmiwlf, Illack llonea am
billon la to ettnlillHh France aa the
vupreme temporal power In the world
D. Howdcn Smith
. Author f
rORTO BEU.0 COLD, Etc
(g) by Brantana'a.)
pope by making hla religion nnlveraal
tldi continent aa It I In Boutn
"Where do Black Robe and Murray
make their beadquarterar I Inquired.
Murray aoenda Dart of hla time U
New York or In Albany, but moat of
the year he la a been t. He aaya be la
on trading eipedltlone and we may
not disprove It. But we think be ataya
I atatlon which I aald to form
depot for the etore amuggled over
the Doom Trail. Black Ilohe 1 report
ed to have a chapel there."
Tit railed U Vlerge da Dole,"
added Col den.
"And where I ItT
"Jf I knew, I ahould order levy of
the mlllila and burn It down at rlak
of my head," retorted the governor.
"But yon must have aome Idea
where It lar I preaaed Incredulooaly.
Oovernor Burnet put down hla pipe
and unrolled a large acroll map which
lay amongat the paper on the table.
"Tbl la New Tork, Matter Ormerod.
Our aettlementa are confined to the
cnairt-dletrlcta, the laland of Naaaaa
(Long laland)" he motioned toward
the window "and the valley of Hud
son' river. W have barely begun th
tk of colonlxatlon. Ther I room
her for every eoul In England end
With hla plpe-tem h pointed to
the upper left corner.
"All thle country I virgin forert On
th north and northwett 'tit bounded
by th Inltnd era which we call Lake
Cadaraqut (I-ake Ontario)', to the
aoutheatt atretch the Adirondack
mountain. Somewhere between thoa
boundarte run th Doom Trait
There are thoutanda of equare mllea
of wllderneat to aearch for It"
"And th Keeper of th Trail to
guard It niyttery." put In Col den.
'Who are theyf I quettloned. aa
anxloua a email boy for further de
tails. "The Ho-nnn ne-gwen n-ynh." he re
peated. "The Indiana are a auperstl
tlou people, and they hit com to
believe that there la some lupernituril
aaency behind the Keeperi of th
Trail. In plain Kngllah, they fear the
Trail la haunted, they tell na. by the
Kale Facet, a race of demona from
the underworld, to whom Murray baa
aold bla tout and that the demona
have rallied to hla aid."
"At every turn we run ainlnet the
threwdneta and wit of this fellow Mur
ray." exploded the governor. " TI at
one tribute to hi ability, and per-
hapa an Index to our Inferiority, that
w have never been able to secure cer
tain Information of hla operntlona."
"Tie evident four excellency,"
ventured, "that th lord of trade will
accept only poaltlv evidence that be
hath evaded the law."
"That meana legal proof of emug
lln." reflected the governor.
"And now that the lorda of trade
have auapended our law, hla operation!
are no longer Illegal, atrlctly apeak
Ing," aald Coldcn. "But I make no
douht he will continue to handle the
bulk of hla gooda over the Doom Trail,
for he will not care to have bla dupe
In th province reallte the enortuoua
tribute they pay Trance through blm."
Oovernor Burnet brought hi flat
down upon the table with a thud.
Species Not Popular
Fond fathers who carry pictures of
their offspring alttlng tn their bath
tubs. People who borrow your magaslno
to bold over Toto's basket every time
the conductor comes along.
Charming young men who Inalst on
Hiking to you.
Nice old ladle who asked yon,
three minute after the train baa
atarted and then every 20 minute
thereafter, whether you ar poaltlv
this I the right train, why you are
positive, whether you haven't ever
mude s mistake In a almllnr situation,
and what you think Joe will think If
they should arrive at eipected.
Children who get all smeared up
Ith chocolate and then tduntUy
."Oadtllfel" be swore. "There la
naught for It but war I We mutt be
after the dog I We mutt run him
down I But we mutt move unofficially.
What aay you, ColdenT"
"We can do nothing with official sup
port," rejoined the surveyor general,
"and 'tit probable we shall receive tb
Inttructlona of. the lorda of trade to
an upend the law by the next Bristol
There can be no question of that"
agreed the governor. "Well, the law
thill be autpended. t will have tb
mtpentlon publicly proclaimed. Then
under cover w mutt concert th meas
ure to b taken. ' That will be for
Matter Ormerod. Do you atlll crave
the opportunity, knowing now the full
measure of Hi peiila, elrT
"I am more anxloot. If pottlbl. tlr,"
I anawered. "I speak French sufficient
ly well to pat on the frontier for a
Frenchman. Aa for danger why, your
excellency, the man who has ruined
bis life can have no fear for It He
baa all to gain and nothing to lot."
True," talented th governor. "But
yon know nothing of woodcraft or tb
life amongat th ssvagea."
Matter Jugglna gave me a letter
to one reter Corlaer, a
' Colden aat suddenly erect
"I'eter came thla morning with the
Seneca chief. If your excellency will
"So he did. We will have him In.
Colden went out and returned at
once wllh two companion!. One I ree
ognlzed, to my amazement aa the In
dian I bad befriended an hour or two
earlier. He greeted me with a faint
amlle. To the governor he rendered
the splendid irm high silute, and bla
deep voice boomed out
"Qua. Oa-eogwa-ra-gol" ("Mall.
Great Swift Arrow" the Indiana' name
for the governor of New York, who
ever he might be.)
The other man waa more tike a tav
ern keeper than a woodtmin. At A rut
glance he teemed all paunch, but when
you studied him closely you saw that
bla fat waa firm and bard and formed
a aheathlng for the most powerful aet
of mutclea any man ever had. Hla
face waa tremendous, with little. In
significant feature ; but hla ya, be
hind th roll ef fit which almost
matked them, twinkled with comunt
Intereat and animation, belying th air
of atolld stupidity he affected.
Thla la Corlaer, Matter Ormerod."
aid th coventor. "And with him la
com a friend of our, 00a of th two
war-chief of th Bit Nation. Peter,
Matter Ormerod hatb letter for yon
from Muter Jugglna In London."
"J a," he aald vacantly.
I handed blm the letter. He turned
It over and over tn hla band and picked
at the seat Then he banded It to tne
"Ton read It" he aald.
I looked from one to the other with
attonlabment ; but twit the governor
"Tour per don, Peter." he aald good-
naturedly ennuih. "but that letter hap-
pena to deal with a moit confidential
"Oh. Ja." aald Corlier Indifferently.
"But I do not readt."
Take the letter. Oa-en gwa-rn-to."
aald the Indian. Ta-wan-n-ars doee
not seek your secrets. But you need
have no fear. Thla young Englishman
Is Ta-wan-ne-ar" friend."
And In hla sonorous English, with
a slightly guttural Intomtlon. he re
counted how I hid rescued blm from
hla childish periecutort.
Th Incident willed my promise,
and I broke In Impetoooily upon his
"Ay, your excellency, but he hith
forrotten to add that I pledged myself
to beseech yoo to make It Illegal to
mock st Indiini In th city treets.'
"An excellent thought" approved
Colden. "Ws bav trouble enough win
ning th frtendthlp of the tribe with
out subjecting th vliltlng chief to
humiliation In our mldtt."
"it ihill b don at once," declared
He drew forwsrd a freth sheet of
paper and hurriedly scrawled upon It
Ihe neceitary Instructions, then re
turned his attention to the Indian,
Ta-wan ne-ars." he continued. "I
need your frtendahlp. I need the
frlendahlp of every one of your people
for our king."
The Seneca drew himself erect
Hatred In the heart ef th In
dian, eauaed by the knowledge
of an unavengid wrong, la te
turn I ah Ormtrod a valuibli ally
In th work h hit eom to
America te do.
on Railroad Trains
Three-hundred-pound male bipeds
with handkerchiefs In their collar
banda who go for water between ev
ery station, always arriving at your
chair Just aa th train lurches round
the aharpeat bend In the vicinity.
Toung married couples who
their heads on each other's shoulder
when the nesrest shoulder yon dare
rest your heiid on la 280 miles sway.
Shaved With Fir
The Indian method of ehnvlng wit
to burn off the hair by menu of S
greased stick, lighted In a tire.
Th more faith s womnn has tn bat
hutbaud the fwr 11 h tell.
rsi a 1 x 111
But JL V LA i
FeverUhness arising therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach
and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep.
To avoid Imitation!, alway look for the signature of
htolutfly HarrnlcM -Mo Opittei. Phyiician everywhere recommend it
Colored Naval ShelU
Speclilly prepired dyea In contain
er fitted to the nose of shells fired
from nsval guns and scattered by
means of a smtll detonating fuse
have been adopted by ordinance ex
perts to color the water the missile
throw op and thus enable th marks
men on different ships to determine
which shot register. Th coloring Is
distinguishable at from 14 to 'JU mllea.
and dye tb entire maaa of water.
Different color ar given to th par
ticipating ship. Popular Mechanic!
Ctrtleura Soothe Itching Scalp.
On retiring gently rub spots of dan
druff and Itching with Cutlcura Oint
ment Next morning ahampoo with
Cutlcura 8oap and hot water. Make
them your everyday toilet preparatlona
and have a clear skin and soft, white
Woman in High Position
Mis Q. Wllbrlnk of Cherlbon, Java,
holds a rare position for a woman.
She la the chief directorate of the
Important governmental augar control
Mlta Wllbrlnk, a gold medalist In
chemistry snd botany, Is an expert
on the disease of sugar can and
other tropical plant, In connection
with which the baa mad Important
DANDELION BUTTER COLOR
A barmlesa vegetable butter color
used by mllllona for BO year. Drug
tore and general atom tell bottled
of "Dandelion" for S3 cents. adv.
Try Thit On
The co-ede at tha eouthern branch
bav atarted a new gam which prom
ise to be more popular than footbalt
They call It Christians. Here la bow
it la played:
The Christiana, who are the girls.
get on one side snd the boys, who are
the heathens, get on the other. Then
the hesthens rmea over and embrace
Christianity. Lo Angele Time.
tr a an eOrtlTti tftloa. Dr.
PM,'a "I 1 Shot" aaa mm HM, A
Intia aMfia nt Wvaat ar Tidm.
lit roan a-, n. i. aot.
Putting Him in HU Plac
Paying Teller Sorry, madam, hut
your account Is already quite a bit
Lady Welt aoppoae It I. Hiven't
I right to do what I Uk with my
LucLr U uSU UV
SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN"- $0mke
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are not
getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin prescribed by physfc
dans and proved safe by millions over 25 years for
DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART
atslrla la la Uae auti at Bajnt ataaataatart at UonoUKIaul at SaUcrlleatM
Castoria U especially pre
pared to relieve Infants in
armi and Children all age of
Constipation, Flatulency, Wind
Colic and Diarrhea; allaying;
haarlem oil has been a world
wide remedy for kidney, liver and
bladder disorders, rheumatism,
lumbago and uric acid conditions.
I Ti'at "gS3
correct Internal troubles, stimulate vital
Off ana. Three aim. AH druggitta. Inaitt
on th original genuine Gold UsoaL,
mm tnm mu
TM mVI mm nmmSt
Qmt kl MfaAlM nil
to mmx. in, ,
For SORE EYES
STATE APPROVED LANDS
Small Improved farmi la wall ittabUahtd
aMUemaoL Fruit, alfalfa, dairy, hogt, poul
try. Churrb, blffh ecbool, rnunmu acbooU.
Alao tlmpraved laadi wits Drat waur rujnti.
Eaaylenni. Write I
M-a Oet rami tuie Jal IIM-IIM aM.
and kma IutbMm; pmnaMBt; npntoiM
iMWMMrr; bant. Ball, trae, ale. wme
NORTON, tit UrMaaa BliJt . Bvavar. Cat.
WE PAY YOU CASH I'rUSVt
mr falaa Mk, alJ !ata, 4lammU,
llvard fwiry- mmmm trnmrn m Vrfclll a
Ommt JMkaUs Cm. law. 1
9 M ilia an, a.
W. N. U, San Fnrtclaeo, Ne. t-1927.
Taxis Travel on Water
"Water taxis are to be used tn
Amsterdam for service In the canals
which wind about the city. The Uxl
wilt accommodate two to four per
sona and are really small motorboat
with cablna, the taximeter being at
tached to the shift of the propeller.
The taxis were decided upon to meet
the Increased growtu of the city on
both aide of th IUver IJ. as wU
aa th other waterways of the city
and nearby districts.
Lamentation over one'a affair may
be lifted up. If one must, but It Is not
Imperative to do It In public.
Ornaments were invented by mod
, Accept only "Bayer" package
which contains proven directions. .
Handy "Payer" boxei of 12 UbleU
Alto bottlei of 24 ind 100 Druggiiti.
ad to extend me innueore
of the I dsd-da