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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1927)
Itching for Trouble
Defect in Character
A young limn hud applied fur a eer
, lulu position mill lil m possible tintplcy
ur win gutting tome sidelights on the
tt lip) ten ii I character. "Why, he' nil
right," mill those who knew him best,
"!lo' young uml sometimes foul lull,
tin, hit moans nil right,"
"Tliul It nut satisfactory," mild tlio
employer. "Wluit't tlio duulit ubuut
"Well," wnii I Iki hesitating1 reply, "he
rut hep It n m I hnlilt tif defying author
lly. JiihI fur Hid sake uf defying It
llu doesn't cure particularly about
tireiikliig the ruli'i ur the lawn, but ha
seems tu have a complex which make
lilui uiiliiRnnUlIc t(iwnn anyone over
Mm. lid will probably do lil work
well, hut ho will always lie Itching
fur an opportunity to sum ymi n hit."
"fluess llmt'i enough," said thu em
ployer, mid he looked eluewhere fur
no fiiipleyec KprliiKllelil Union,
A almpla, oM.faahlnn4 matflelna, Mi wnni
tmlny a In l7, In nnmpiuii1v4 In WrlgtH'a
Imllitn Voa.talila Pllla. Th.y rxulal ill
luinaib, II mf and tmwali. Atlv.
Not What It Seemed .
The dancers stopped end watched
fli a sunburnt man crossed (lie floor
toward the host Ill whule frame
ehlvcrcd and ihiHik. Then suddenly
lile tremors craned and he wee sur
prised to henr e buret of applause
from the guests.
"Welcome, old man," cried hie boat,
celling the newcomer's hntul, "and
coiigriilulittlons. 1 never eipecled to
eee audi en expert performer of the
rhnrli'alnn at ml Kill otit of central Af
rica." The traveler gaalied,
"t'linrlisloii?" he echoed. "That
wasn't the rhiirleetoii, that wua
Tree Preterved in lee
A Ciiliudlitn government exploration
party roeenlly came B irons a eprtjee
tree which had been presorted In the
Ice nf the treat North American gla
cier In Altmka. The glacier had re
ceded and left the tree exposed after
all liiiprlaoiiinclit eatlmiiteil at hun
ilr.il.i of tliouaandi of yeare. The
rpruce waa apparently one hundred
twenty fmir yeare old when the glacier
Husband, 9, It Divorced
line ol I lie Drat cast beard under
Turkey' new divorce lew waa that of
seventeen -yenr-nhl girl who divorced
Iter nine year-old huahand to whom
her Mnretita had wed her eight unseeo
under the old law, eaya Capper's
Bluebird Your Friend
The bluebird -ran never' have too
l miy homea free from English spar
rnwe. In feeding. It la hta habit in
lly from a perch to the ground and
return with leisure. He turne fly
cnieher end aihta winged Insects to hie
It of fnre Naiiim Magatlne.
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Neu Photographic Film
An elastic photographic Itlta hat
fieen develnied In Uermnny which can
tie soaked and then stretched to any
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new prnceMi the film can be stretched
til II the picture la enlarged ten timet
the original alae.
"How la llie en rlh dlvldedr asked
ii pompous eiiimlner, who had already
worn mil the patience of the clam
"lly earthquakes." replied boy.
I'uhllC opinion leglalatci all the
time. It creates end enforces the un
written law a.
Don't make yourself common
"tm nnj pun ui uou luaes
of he unc'immnn.
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for Infants In arms and Children all ages.
To avoid Imitations, always look for the signature of
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HOW MRS. WEAVER
By Taking Lydla E. Pinkharo'a
At Mrs. Weaver harsnlf says. "I was
never very strong." This Is a mild
Ing bar condition,
for.accordlng to her
lotlors.she was sub
jected to no small
amount of III health.
tnr was familiar
with Lydla E. I'lnk
begged Mrs. Weaver
to try It. "After
three or four
wuks," writes Mrs. Weaver, "I felt a
groat difference In myself. I would go
to bed and sleep eouud, and although i
could not do very much work, I seemed
stronger. I kept on taking it and now
I em well and atrong, do my work and
take care of three children, I eure do
tell my friends about your wonderful
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from women aaklng about the Vcge
table Compound." Mae. Lawmcno.
WtAvra, Eest fimlthfleld St., Mt. l'loos
It you knew that thousands of
women suffering from troubles similar
to thane you are enduring had Improved
their health by taking Lydla ). Pinto
ham's Vegetable Compound, wouldn't
you think It was worth a trial?
In some families, the fourth genera
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c r..a t a
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W. N. U, PORTLAND, NO. 27-1927.
If you cun't have your own way you
can nt least keep out of other peo
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1 J KJ .LvOJu.LrT T. CRENFELL
and YOUR BODY
BOYS DON'T LIKE
Some Intereeting Information About
The Law of Life.
"He le the Same Billy Exactly."
f ET us drew plrturee at we
I go elimg, shall wet The flrnt
I . thing that I want you to re
member Is that my body le
mine, but It lent L"
"Oh, father r
"However, we cannot draw without
something to draw with, can wet"
That wanted thinking about Boyt
do not like to be tricked.
"Not Well, then you go and get
something. This Is my paper and my
pencil, tsnt ltr
"Itlghtol" In chorus this time.
"Well, you are aura they are not
Topping ej-ee were the only re
sponse. Just before we begin, give ma my
hat will youT
"Are you sure It la my hatf All
right It Isn't L Thanka Put It on
my head, will you? 8ure It la my
heedt Well, then It Isn't L"
"Hut father, whyr
"Ob, you think my heed Is pert of
me. Do you remember when Hilly
had hie leg cut off? Wily Is etIU the
same Hilly, taut her
"Hut he hat only got one leg to
perch on bow, like a etork asleep. 8o
you eee he couldn't he the seme Billy
If hie leg were really part of htm,
could he? He must be tome one else.
Do you think that be Is John nowt
Ton Just ask him I
That't right He only loet a leg.
He Is the same rtllly. You loet that
knife I gave you, but you are the eame
old eceramouche, whatever you lose,
"Here Is a story. A friend of mine,
a drted-up, tough old Indian general,
slipped off the platform at a station
one day, and the train ran over him.
It cut off both his arms and both bis
legs. Tenple rushed him off to the
nearest hospital. Some hours later he
swore before a magistrate that he wae
still he. Every one, even the wise
old judges, agreed that be was he,
though be had loet the larger part of
his house or hie machine with which
he used to 'connect up' with what we
call 'this world.' Of course his walking-machine
parts were gone and his
hnldlng-on parts were gone. Dut he
still had his talking parts, so ha could
swear all light that he was still he.
"Itemember that our bodice are not
we ourselves. Contrariwise! They
are ours. We lose bits of them some
times. We often spoil parts of them,
and some people spoil the whole of
thorn. That le terrible, Isn't Itt And
that It why I say that you must never
do anything to spoil your body. Make
It the eery best body you can. It Is
the most useful possession you will
ever have, and It It all your own. In
deed, yon cannot do without It When
It la all spoiled, you must go to some
other world, where you mey get an
other one. Let us pretend we ere
building a good one for somebody tu
thlt world now,
"Before we begin I ought to tell you
that there are still lott of Hows and
Whys that no one knows the answers
"But can't we find them out
1 hate the word 'can't' If we are
really alive we shall, of conrse go on
trying that It the law of life. It It
'move on or die.' Nothing ttnudt still
In thlt world. Everything keeps In
Its place becauae It Is moving, Just at
the earth Itself, the moon, the stare,
and the eery sun Itself, move."
"But the rocks stand still?"
"The rocktt Why, the tlnleet atom
of every rock it moving, at every
thing else Is. Rock, like everything
TO BE TRICKED
Must Move On."
else on earth, la only made of little
pertlclee of electricity, called elec
trons, which danet around a center
and tiey are always changing their
positions, tour own body, which you
thought waa you, and therefore was
always the tame, U really always
moving on. Borne of the little elec
trons In dancing about fly off and de
stroy the thepe of other old particles,
chsnglng them to at to lmprovt your
body and to keep It alwaye reedy for
you to use It as you grow. Most of
this It done by what scientists call
'oxidation.' That It almost exactly
the eame thing aa slowly burning up
what It no longer any good. Isn't that
strange? The body Is always being
burned up without our even knowing
It; and what la more, there is a de
partment called the head office, or
brain, specially set aside to keep It
burning at the right temperature.
This la called the heat center.' Some
times It geta out of order and we get
too hot end burn too fast That Is
called 'fever.' Then there Is an awful
lot of trouble. Isn't there? Ton know
all about It 8tay la bed, nothing but
slops to eat becauM you must put
lees fuel on. But sometimes our
bodies get too cold, and grow pale
and weak. Then we muat 'stoke up'
with eggs and milk and Jellies and
"Tea, the law of life la that every
thing must keep moving on as the
policeman eayt to the traffics keep
moving.' Even kings have to more
along and leave their thrones behind
them. Everything everywhere must
be busy trying to build up a better
world, or sooner or later It will have
Ha life taken away from tt altogether,
Death It stopping. AH that Is good
has come along by moving. For In
stance, we had to see farther, to tome
one htd to start moving and Invent t
tpleseope. We had to see smaller
thing, so tome one thought out the
microscope. We had to move faster,
eo some one found out about steam
and railways, and gasoline and auto
mobiles. We wanted to see through
solid things, to the X-ray came along.
We had to talk farther, to tome one
moved on and found out the telephone
and the wireless. Moving on, moving
on, moving on la the Law of Life."
(6 br tha Ball eradlcat. Is)
Foreut Hat Reclaimed
Site of Ancient Cit)
In the northwest of Asia Minor, on
the shore of the Aegean sea, separat
ing It from modem Greece and Tur
key, a few mllee eouth of Troy, moat
famous city of classical antiquity, Ii
a village, known at Eskl-Stamboul
Behind It it a mighty forest of the
oaks of that country, and he who ex
plores Its leafy shades frequently
stumbles over blocks and pillars ol
stone or remains of old foundatlona
Those ruins, covered by growths ol
centuries of forest trees, are all that
remain of a once famous city, so flue,
and so admirably situated as to indues
Julius Caesar, tome BO years before
Christ and afterward Constantlne, the
Bret Christian emperor (274-887 A. D.)
to suggesi making It Instead of Roma
the capital of the world-wide Borneo
Old Fogy Banker
I have often aald thnt If your banket
It not an old fogy, you thould look u
one who Is. There have lately been I
great number of failures among bank
crs. Not one of them was an old fogy:
everyone disgraced and ruined wai
too mueh of a good follow with hli
deposits. B. W. Howe's Monthly,
A BATH TUB
that tests automobiles
S-P-L-A-S-H through the bath tub goes
the General Motors car. Out onto the slip
pery road it dashes. On go the brakes ! '
What is the reason for such torture of an
The answer is that the engineers at the
General Motors Proving Ground take nothing
for granted. They want to know what happens
when a car ploughs through water. They
insist too on measuring, with special machines
which they have built, just how quickly the
car can be stopped and just how much pres
sure of the foot is required to stop it
AltogetherGencral Motors has 136 different
tests by which cars are proved as they never
have been proved before; nothing is left in
doubt All of which means that you are buying
doubly assured safety, reliability and comfort
when you choose a General Motors car.
CHEVROLET PONTIAC OLDSMOBILB
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Time to Part
fhllllpt tnd bit wife had always
been reputed to be the happiest of
married couples, to when Mrs. Jones
heard that her friend was suing for
divorce she was astonished.
"You lay hit chief fault It hit absent-mindedness?"
she asked Mrs.
t'hililps. "Tou should try and endure
"I did at long at possible," replied
the latter. "But when be shook down
the player-piano and threw a music
roll Into the furnace, that was going
too far," Hardware Age.
On application of Roman Era Balaam
will erava how food It la for aora ayaa. Coats
aaUr tt oast. :i I'aarl St., M. X. Adv.
Teople who make fools of them
selves never fall to attract attention.
A few friends
FLIT spray clears your home of mosquitoes
and flies. It also kills bed bugs, roaches, ants,
and their eggs. Fatal to insects but harmless to
mankind. Will not stain. Get Flit today.
Files MriNniiltnea Mntha
Anta Bed Bugs
Nothing to Flag Her Down
Ardath, age five, wot being taught
tome of the rudiments of reading b)
ber mother, who explained that com '
Ing to a period at the end of a tea '
fence meant for ber to stop. A few
nights later, at the dinner table, th
was chattering away with no notice-,
able likelihood of there being any
pauses, when her mother asked beri
.why In the world the didn't stop talk '
Ing. She replied: "I guess, mother,
I dont eee any periods."
Mrs. Downing Why are you bath
Ins your bead in cold waterl
Her Husband To keep awake. I've
called the doctor for my Insomnia and
I'll feel like a fool If I'm asleep wbeu
he gets here.
drop in on Pa Buzz
Thf T$ffo M
is obtained by using
Daily, assisted by Cuticura Ointment
when required. It keeps the porta
active, the akin clear end free from
Irritations snd the scalp in a healthy
Oa. nintoMfit at and an. Ttfenm ftnM !'.-
fcrt. Punul. em-h fna, Addraatl "OaUaata Uaara
aKIai, CvlfJ, Milan, Hut"
IW Cuticor Shavais Stick 25a.