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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1929)
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A Romance of Braddoclt's Defeat
By Hugh Pendexter
Oo(iyrtgtat by Hugh Pandaittr,
CHAPTER X Continued
I followed Ui roundabout Busque
tuinna mud hiiiI pnased by the rulm
of iniiiijr cabin. II m not tin most
direct mule, but It pleased tin to
fo myself with Hit thought I would
never continue fur Alexandria.
However, I did persevere, and n
stnunillng thing huppened to mi md
expelled en j apaihy ind left nit quiv
ering Willi t new purpose. The On'
onitngs would biv tuld It wiif ni)
omnili working fur m. A while nmn
would have mid It was lurk. It ill
hippened it hamlet on tin Mary
land Mm when i down men were
llitenlng to rugged fellow's plei
for volunteer to ierv u rtlteinen
In tin iipeilltlnn toon to be mad
giilnst fniiida. Weary of wir,
weir of myself, ind finding mince
only In my strange dreams, I would
Inv patted or wlib deif ears bid
not hit rude loquitur cntnpelled my
Mention while he cried out i
"Mirk of lit Who lint sick of It)
Hut bow will It be Hopped aiilcn
your rlflei help Hop lit tell rou
we've got 'em running now. You've
had bellyful of fighting? Who eln'H
1 thought I hid i bellyful it llnd
dork'i battle. I've thought I hid
uiort'o enough during the lut three
yean. Hut I've been 1'arnlng ill
these yeara; Timing that If we winl
Job well done we oiust do It our
elves. Men, H i tin long rifle, and
not tin drown Item what'i going to
t'Ut imp to the Injun deviltries.
And tf you'll go along with nil I'll
lead only ai long ai I can keep ahead
Wbeo any other feller can lead filter.
Iii tikei my plii-i and I tike hit
I reined In and Hired at the fellow
eloiely. Then wai loniethlng remlnls
cent In the strong young foil. Hi
wii quick to tee me and oiy travel
talned foreit gnrb, and be railed out
over the beadi of bla audience:
"Welcome, friend. Ton look like
yon wii oted to woodi lighting."
"I've hid my ihiri of It ; from Rrid
dork down to forbei ind much In be
tween." "Hut you're not through yett Trur
long rifle Hill ihoour
"It Hill shoots. I am not through
nntll tin Job li Bnlahed."
lie pointed mi out wboieiomi
exnmple, ind mharrissed nil by ex
tolling niy blgb plrit, Whereil I wii
Irk of Indians, ilrk of hardship.
I hid but one dcslr to ipreid my
blanket back of tin Cirllile bouse
nd clou to the Heepy lip-lip of the
rotnmic ind reit there one night, ind
lierrhinri dream of l!uby ind other
playmates. I barked my bora iway
nd wilted until tin yonng man had
flnlihed hit talk ind bid Moored half
dozen tames or mirki on hli mo
ter-roll. Then I dismounted end
Joined him ind drew him asldi, ind
"Vou'll be Daniel Morgan, it one
time wigoner In Hmdtlock'e army
"!eid renter. Hut I don't know yoa
from A,datn, friend. Ton bavi mighty
little fiieat oo your bonee."
"I threw yon on to bom at the
lower ford of (lie kiononjcnhela oo
July ninth, throe yeara ago"
"II II I remember. The mm light
ing hestd thl till Injun I"
"Then wig i young person with
yon" , '
"A gnl In breeche. El nil tflnwnld.
ha gavi ber name, Sin bid tin grit
of my min I ever ioe."
"IIidT I reieiled, deathly faint'
oeei Healing thrnngh my gaunt frame
"And Hill bia, I'll guarantee. If
he'i kept out of danger ind didnt
git arulped. Lord! Hut ahi did try
drapernta bard to git off that how
nd git bark to tin fighting I"
"Man, when la ehet When did
yon leave berl Why dont you key
something when you talkf I cried.
And I placed my hmdi oo ble
llioulderi ind ihnok hi in.
He grinned bnuilly ind ihowed no
resentment it my manner.
"When ihi la I cannot aay. Put
ha went to Alexandria. I gathered
from her talk and ah talked mighty
little that eopn one the uied to
know, ind liked heap, lived there
once. Hut you'll he "Inning op at
rlllomiin for northern workT
I mounted befora bothering to
newer dim. Then I railed barkt
"That must nune later. I mini tin
lih tourney Drat."
And though It wai dark and my
horse win weary I rode on.
A skeleton of man on worn
out hone. No leisurely riding now
I would not ha' eaten, nor elept. If
tint for my mount I had hut una de
ilre to strike Into tin old pnstroart
and finish the distance at mush
ing gullnp. The poor brute wna bad
ly used up when I did leave 8hnoter'i
hill behind nie I reined In,
Now that I hud arrived and would
aoon know ill.l experienced a it range
timidity. Three yenn hid passed. No
nlilleri now enlivened Alexandria;
and I knew the drowsy enltn of the
town would never mlt her, She had
gone away Inng before t Ills ; or and
thla wai l most rllsturhlng thought
she had found some one who Hp
. pieclntcil her, and had mnrrled. He
yotid all doiiht she had come to the
belief Hint I wni dead.
Now tliul I hud talked with young
Morgan I could not forglvi my stu
pendoui folly In neglecting to seek
her on the hunks of the I'otouiac.
Yet I had reasnued loglrully enough
the wai never one to seek refuge
In Alexiiudrltt. 8ln wii bom of the
frontier and border blood whs In ber
veins. Sin would feel is much out
of pluci In Alexandria as thi fair
Josephine would feel on thi lonely
itiori of tin Mononguhela.
I clucked to my born ind I rode
down the King's road, and tin dun
cuffed up by my tired wound feet
lazily drifted on to tin meadow grass
nd settled ind spoiled In iheeo; Just
ai It had when I walrhed thi gren
dleri mirrh up the seine road on
llruridork filial business.
The town bad changed none. Then
wen the luini illiu ind fat chimney
the nine quultit roofs of different
patterui, ind the douhlt row ot Loin
hardy poplun before the Carlisle
house. Then weri tin windows of
the hlue-snd white room, when Ilnd-diH-k
hid drunk hli wine ind rightly
hid berated Ihi colonic! for their
lirk of leal. The new warehouse oo
I'olnt Lumley, it tin foot of Ouki
street, wai complete end ilreHdy
showing tin mellow Influence of the
weather. On tin wharf wen lev-
"Oh, Mlsttrl Vou-vi Come Bsckl"
enl gum, brought over by tinidriock
and left behind because of their cum
bersome weight. Hut no gay onl
form decorated the approach to the
Itoyal (ieorge and Oadshy'i; no guilds
wed thi native! by their precise
Bnneuven In thi market-place.
I dismounted to be lesi consplco
ou. ind wltb my Inng rifle under my
rm led my patient animal to the
Uouse of tin Open Hnnd. And here
I received sharp surprise. Tin
garden beyond thi giti wii trim anc
orderly. Tin fnuntilo wai denied
out, and thi yellow-topped mustard
waa destroyed. The roof of thi grape
rbor hid been repaired; ind tin
ground! reflected thi tidy content my
father bid ao dearly loved. Tin
place was Inhabited.
I turned away, feeling greatly de
pressed Now I knew I bid come oo
fool 'a errand. Thi witcb-glrl
bit of thistledown befon the wind
bid drifted on. I bad no heart to
see tin front of thi bouse, and would
havi returned to thl market place to
bait my mount and ride iwey bid
not woman emerged from the door
to Han at ma for second. I wai
for hurrying oo, but ihe celled mi
by nam and cam running after nn
a fust is her fliunrei and petticoat
would permit. . v
"I knew yoo I I knew you. Webster
nrondl Your tall figure would be
tray you any when T ihi cried, ex
tending both hands.
"Josephine!" I mumbled.
"Mistress Hewitt, wife of Carter
Hewitt," ihe corrected, and relin
quished my hmdi to drop me cour
tesy. "You must come In and tell on
when yoa hive been ind whit yoa
Writers Turned From
It may eeetn a fur cry from the drug
iture to literary fume, but throiiKhoul
the agee then hai been pur.illni n
liitlomhlp between Ihe two. Muny
youth who hat started life lo phar
inucy hui found, Hrungvly enough.
Hint hi real career Ilea In authorship,
says a writer In tin American Drug
gist Magazine Aristotle wni one ol
the earliest of these. The Greek
philosopher, son of l physician, fol
lowed hli father'! footsteps is a youth
In those dnyi when doctor and drm
glit wen one. Piinte, Immortal poet,
win member of the guild of spot he
carle In his nutlv Florence. John
Kenls served ai I phiirinarlst'i ip
preiillre am, Inter graduated from
Apothecaries' hall. Henrlk linen
found the Inspiration for hli "niiosti"
and "An Enemy of tile People" while
serving for six year la a 111 tie Nor-
by Irwin Myers
have been doing. Mr. Hewitt will
In back any time now. He rode to
Ho poor Busby ' menage would
never be delivered. Kelleved of that
and errand, there wai oo call for
mi to tarry, I mumbled something
bout being In desperate burry, but
In leeued to be possessed even to
the point of unwomanllneaa. for ihe
fairly danced before me, ber bin
yei ipirkllng wltb mischief; ind
In Insisted I
"Yoa must come In, mtiter. Zoo Just
"Why do yoa speak Ilk thstr I
whispered. "Why do yoa call me
And I grasped ber band and
grlpiied them til' ber grimace re
minded me I wai Dot bindllng nd
"No; I'll tell yoa nothing oat hen
to the road," Hie cried. "A vestry
man will be rebuking oa, Beside, tt'i
not comely that yoo should bold my
binds. Coma I"
I released ber, end followed ber
under tin grinning mask and through
tha cool doorway. In the ball I baited
and cautiously seated myself lo a
spindle-legged chair, and demanded:
"Now tell me,"
"Oh. Webster, It would be m ro
mintlc If yoa weren't so stupidly matter-of-fact.
Wby ihouldnl I call yoo
"Josephine, the devil 'i In yoo. Bar
rou anything to aay or oott"
I rose tf to leave.
Wltb slgb at having her game
cut short Hie primly began t '
"I hive young wsrd. a refugee
from the Onddock rout She come
ben In a moat scsndnlous condllloo
dressed aa man I 8he gave your
oame ind laid yoa would come to
find her. 8 hi give me yonr name,
but iln Hwsyi apeaki of yoa ai
'mister.' How la that for mighty ra
"And oow? VVjer la iheT I mot
tered. "Why, oow the ihuuld be lo the
garden, gathering posies for the table.
You see Mr. Hewitt bought tbli plsce
three day after llraddock and poor
Itiishy marched away. He was eon
tinned bachelor. He lived here Hone
until out marriage a year ago thli
summer Mistress Elsie from ire be
ginning inulil conn here to walk lo
the gurden because It had been yur
home. It promised a mre scan lit
Mr. Hewitt ap-nle1 lo nie In srent
alarm I had to nmrr the nmn.
or else banish the wild minu Now "I s
lierfei-tly proH-r fur iiei in Mik in
the garden is much as h lil lie
toil my Interest In vi Helii-i Vnu
know the way flown ihe imllT
An tdloilr queslbm The dii i-ii
Ing Into Ihe gnrcten. whs Hie - i
had passed through ihoiisiinils ol
times In tin old dnyi
"You've been gmid to tier, J-we;.h.
in. You must hive been oilchty
to ber. or ih would never hsre
"Itubblsbl I couldn't hive driven
her way. She was always looking
for mister' to conn. 8he would hnve
made camp In the "ardrn and lived
like an Indian." Tben with much sad.
nesi thi idded: "1 bite that word
Indian. Yoo ondentand, Webster
"Hli luit words, Joe," I blundered,
giving ber Dusby'i mcmig ifter ill
"Oo And ber," (he brokenly
whhrpend. And I made down the
hill I law ber hand traveling op the
balustrade, clinging to It tightly to
aid her weary feet. .
but sorrow waa not for me thli
day. I wii elflshly alive wltb the
Joy ot anticipation. I bunt through
tin doorway a If punned by Pontine
himself. Next I cam to plunging
halt and found myself bowing awk
wardly befon dainty creetnn In
flounce and lace.
"I beg yonr pardon," I stammered.
"1 wai looking for a young lady"
"Ob, mister I You've come bark I"
she eobbed. And the armful of
flowen wu dropped and miracle
wii worked; for I found the lovely
thing Id my arm, ber void whimper
Ing over and overt "Oh, miner I
You've come back I"
Drugs to Authorship
wcglno drug (tore. And 0. Henry,
probably the moot famous of modern
druggist-author, apeot several of his
early yean In Greensboro (N. C.)
Mal$ at Loud Speaker $
Ask a man for Information, any a
woman critic lo th American Mnga
sine, ind oo matter what tha tubject,
nine out of too of them will bavi a
beautiful tlm enlightening yoa on lb
But Few Etcapt
Headache I the on form of (utter
ing which make all th world feel
kin, American Magaxlne.
American typewriter! ililppcd to oth
er countries lust year were vulued at
n.;:lllAI'8 no building In New Or
' leuus bold! more Interest for th
Itrnngei tlmr, the CoIjIIJo that lolld,
dignified itructuri nf unquestioned
ancient origin, built of adobe and shell
lime, two stories high wltb a mansard
The guide Informs ui that It was so
oamed from the municipal council
which sat here under Spanish rule
when It wai the government bouse or
palace of Justice ind that It wu "put
up" lo 17U3.
A Unlet eiplalm that here In 1803
the formal transfer cf the Provlnct
of Loulslani from Hpuln to France,
also from Franc to the United Slates,
took place; that th Marqul d La
fayett resided her In 1823 gueit
of th city, also thiit later th main
room oo th second floor wai used by
th Supreme Court of Loalilina. In
thli lame room. It Is (aid, wai held
the first Protestant chnrcb aenrlce
conducted In the Hate of Loulslani.
The courtyird wu used a prison
yard for more than a century. The
remalm of the old pillory may be seen
well tin bullet bole In Un
Willi execatloni hiving occurred
hen lata n 18.10.
Thli historic buiiulng alio played a
prominent role In mon recent days.
Here reception was given to Presi
dent McKlnley In lOl'l, and thi cen
tennial celebration of the Loulslani
purcbise wu held In 1903.
Still well preserved, thli old build
ing now bouse the Hate museum a
collection of Intensely Interesting rel
ict of early dayi. Including the death
mask of the great Napoleon.
"Sunshine at Night"
I?OR generation! of time tint noted
I a pot when mighty river tpreidi
It wateri over tb broad, ilnrp edge
of a rocky cliff inJ Jump oil Into
pice with a thundering roar, only to
be clothed In mist ind caught op to a
basin 100 feet below, baa been oni
of thi greil sight of America.
The Hupendout cataract of Niagara
bat Ita moods and ootil one baa aeen
It glorified aa tin iun Doounre
i new day, the letting iun burntshei
Hi waten with gold, wbeo Ha dancing
witen glisten In the moon' (livery
rays, during blgb witer when It flow
la prodlglou and when the Icy band
ot winter baa tlffened Ita liquid form
Into a fairyland of Ice, he bat not
really seen It lo the broader sense.
Itemirkible aa tbi contribution! ot
Nature'! beneficton bave made It,
man'a Ingenuity hn added another
ran beauty to Ita charms one en
tirely beyond the conception of those
who bave net yet beheld It termed
"Sunshine at Night
A battery of luperpowerful sesreb
lights, trained from acrosa the river
oo both the crest ind full, resurrect!
their formi from their olghtly dark-
oesi ind cause them to blixe forth
In a veritable dream picture. Nor It
tint ilL Through the manipulation of
numerous colored screens, these trem
bling waters can.be transformed Into
kaleidoscope of color, unequiled
else when In thli world scene which
once beheld cannot be completely for
tlfALL street came by It! Dime
vv from the fact (hit along about
10.12, aa protection against possible
attack from hostile Indiana or colo
nist, the idjolnlng Dutch settlement
(the origins! New York) constructed
a palisade (or wall) Immediately to
the north of the city, neir the present
location of thli now world fnmoui
At time went on bouse ippeared
nd new street whlib naturally wis
named Well, wu ushered Into exist-
enre. Thli newcomer In itreetdom
gradually became "high hat" residen
tial thornughfan and remained to until
long shout the close of the Revolu
Hulldlngi hiving to do with govern
mental affairs also Hood here Among
them .in Colonial city ball which, re
modeled, became Federal hall and
served at the tint cnpltol building of
the Jnlted Statei of A merle. Hen
It wni that George Wuhlngton wai
The presence of th government
building! icted it a magnet to tin
financial tnit.tutlont of the day ind
tin centring In thli arei of the bank!
of tin tnwL gradually got under way
finally culminating In the concent ra
tloo hen of th present-day unri
valed ind powerful group of concerns
which hav made It the great finan
cial renter nf the nation and one of
the mort-t Iked iibnut streets In all th i
Hcaplte It! outntandlng prominence
and strange ai It may teem, Wall
street hai graveyard (Trinity) it In
head and a river (Rest) at Ita foot. Is
very narrow and only about one-fourth
of mile In length,
(A li:i. WMtrrn Ntwapsptr Union
The Cot of Peace
Bomrhndy has said that courage Is
the price we must pay for peace of
mind. If we an nfniid of anything
no matter what we can not in at
pence with ourselves and with our
world. Hut if we have aultlcient cour
age to cast out fear, we can have
4 i '
How many ptople you know end their coVls with Bayer Aspirin!
And how often you've heard of its prompt relief of ore throat or,
tonsilitis. No wonder millioni take it for colds, neuralgia,
rheumatism ; and the aches and pains that go with them. The won
der is that anyone still worries through a winter without theso
tablets 1 They relieve quickly, yet have no effect whatever on the
heart. Friends have told you Eayer Aspirin is marvelous ; doctor!
have declared it harmless. Every druggist has it, with proven direc
tions. Why not put it to the test?
Ancients Got Copper
From Arabian Mines
Detective work by chemist recent
ly trailed the copper used In ancient
Mesopotamion weapons to the mine!
when It wu obtained. Arcbeolnglsti
winted to know where the men of
Sumner, oldest of Mesopotumlnn king
dom, got their copper. Inscription!
on brlcki failed to tell them. So they
ought help from metallurgical chem
ists. These men exsmlned the copper
of the old weapons, comparing It with
specimen from Persia, the Black Sea
region, Cyprus, Egypt and other neigh
boring countrlea to see If they could
find the same Impurities. At last In
copper from mines on the Arahlin
peninsula, near the Persian gulf.
similar amount of nickel In the metal
wu discovered. Indicating that these
wen the mine from which the metl
for the nclent weapon bid come.
Popular Science Monthly.
During the vacation period, two
elderly men were ilttlng neir one of
the bathing beaches in northern Indl
ma. "I haven't been In the water for
twenty yean, but I believe I could
m l id today juit n well I could
then," hi Id Mr. It
"Oh. conn now." replied hli friend.
"You're spry enough but It ihsurd to
say that yoo could go In th Ink and
swim is well aa yoo could In th old
"I feel conftdent I could." persisted
the white-haired veteran. "I couldn't
swim at all then and I gues I could
do that well know."
H!s Fiddles Causes!
Ft lion lUx of McMlnnvllte. Ore, who
makes violin from cow horn, gourd!
or anything else, thnt will hold a
trlng. believes that he hai a unique
collection of dddles.
One fiddle Is carved from gourd,
mother li nude from tin horn of a
Texas steer, and one In the form of
a dollar algn. One fiddle In the col
lection waa iun over during the Civil
war by an ammunition wagon. A
violin maker glued the pieces togeth
er, and Mr. Ilx regurds Ita music a
unusuut. Spokane Spokesman-Review.
notogriphs of Mars
Much valuable wurk hus been done
with the gren l tick refractor In plan
etary observations At the Inst close
approach of Mara .12 drawing! of the
planet and about 1..VKI photograph!
were obtained, many nf these with the
aid of specially dyed plates, suys Na
ture Magaxlne. These are nf great
valije In Interpreting the nature nf the
change that are continually Inking
place nn ihe surface of the planet.
Soratwkert the Sub Sbiatt
I'liiiilluils In the Island ol Tuque
eat the Hutch tax collectors. There
seem to he mine Justice In tin world
after all.-Sprlngtleld Sun.
Anyone who duel not enjoy eeetng
bow fur dollar will go get! nn sut
Ixfnctlon oni of economy.
Sold mrprhrrt. Ointment JJc. and 0e.
AdJiras: "Cuticura," Dtpt,
WtttKlwfrjt mi anr. I1iaka h.fitlfr.t, atn
HUtaLatrlnt remiWea (i
strrmit. I'rtra ll .j. I ma i.utiiii
Or. O.M. Barry Ou.,aI MkltUaMAvtH
Atll4 t'Ae. A-h WhO at slap
sa 1 i r i
Asplrts Is ttw trsd suit f Bins llissfittm
at MoooMstlcscUlMter of liUerlKa!4
For every itomicb.
nd Intestinal lit
Thli good old-fashioned
remedy for consti
pation, stomach 111
nd other derange
ment of the iy-
tem 10 prevalent these day U In even
greater favor a family medidn
than In your grandmother' day.
rI - ' I "I1 lino is i inn ... J "I
rV -a rid J isTTi
WELL OR MONEY BACK
to KJnt.S Aial KANLE wc grt in tdrntnUlm
irajj Um Ur. C . Ueaa Umous
aKHi- rgkJ itMChoti t treaty
mcnt L'm1 by m tvtujvlrl
Rrrturkahitt Succcm wttg)
tWr Meet a! and Cotofi ai rrrtents.
Send TUOAV far KKr E 100
l (Malt book 4vtftgj akiaiaf m4
RECTAL Y; COLON CUNIC
ponrus Ti ' r. t t l m.
tlkral CnJIns. Bl( Drolls Ioe jrmt
er'"t e notch prl lr SO ymn. Fur
nuirkM boemin. &ndtodar for price llrt.
t sV . niitiFr
Kmtorm color sad I
Ba4r S Grav sod FaoW Hair
ve. and ti w at iTurrifU.
FLORFSTON SrUMPOO-Mml tor at la
Cimurrtiun ailh l'-tfaT Hair Ha.aam. Stake the
Bur auft and Suffr. so rrnta by mail or al drug
suia, lliscu CUasucai YYoilu, l'aultugua, N. I.
Cjrttr't Utttc UvcrriHi
Srtly Vtatasykt Urtivt
I mow ih bewvlt frt from
oetitx mud ttanJcaMnl afttf
tffactt TImt rctl ih vMraa o4 conwiM
ticm poison wbwh anany imims caua pinpUs.
Ktmmbr thtrv far doctor's prascripito
nd cas, b laktaa bf lh niir fsBily
All DrucBiitt 2Sc and 75c Rad Fackaavs.
CARTER'S ESJ PILLS
"w. N.u7 PORTLAND. NO. 82-1928.
Pr. U It. Koller ot Schenectady hss
developed a new daylight recorder. It
Is so sensitive 1 tint It cna record th
light. Intensities In the entire rung
between starlight and direct sunlight.
Every nature ilcmnnils commenda
tion from lomelMKly.
Pure, Steevt and Dainty
A mow effective lupcr-cretmy emollient for thi
relief of itching, burnine. scalv iUcCtiom of the
skin, for eczema and dandruff.
A remarkably successful treatment for fifty years,
in combination with Cuticura Soap, for softening
anj soothing the skin and preserving the natural
beauty of the hair, A highly developed and dainty
requisite for the toilet.
Sop1e. TJcunaJJc. Sampls tatfe fret,
B), Maiden, MuiachuMtu)
Iharlng Nllrk Site.
SCHOOL FOR MEN
tralalM tar HJolHE.I, TRADES a, rMFEjlSIONS
kiirull any tlitia. hriid lurhtrrulura,
ORCQON INSTITUTE Of TCCHNOLOOV
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