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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1929)
SUNBURN FAD IN COLORING?
RAYON FLANNEL IS POPULAR
TUG giinburn fad. started a year
hro, la no longer a fad. The girl
or woman wlio fulls to achieve a conl
of sunburn nest summer will feel aa
lie would If she left off rouge In win
tor. As l matter of fact, Hie sunburn
fad has gone right through Into win
tor so far. No sooner do we begin to
lose the eont of tnn achieved last sum
mer thnn the ralm Head) season
opens, and we start to achieve another
coot. I.lttle wonder, then, that sun-
TWO OF THE NEW COTTONS
turn has had sach a tremendous Inflo-
ence on colors we are wearing.
I'ale, languid women are out nf date,
everything la now animation. It's
smart to participate Id sports, even If
tme only holds a golf stick on the
links to appear like a sportswoman.
We no longer protect our compleiloo
from the sun. Hat her we Invite It
direct rays ai we would a beauty
treatment. So It la the color that
tones In wltb the sunburned skin that
Is the most popular. White Is very
Important for this very reason. It's
success for evening wear as a comple
ment to sunburned skin during the fall
may have encouraged It for sports
wear for the coming summer.
White naturally needs a complement
ot color to give It animation. In the
prints of both silk and cotton we find
the more animated, clearer colors
sponsored by the sunburn trend on
white grounds. Usually the prints
combine two or three colors In the
brighter, clearer tones. To the cot
tons this gives new, cri.p. lively tone.
I'otlons. by the way. are coming Into
their own more and more each year
This year Is predicted as a banner
year by stylists.
A great deal of blue, red. yellow and
green Is being used In the cotton
print, and many new weave have
made their appearance.
To complement these costumes ol
printed silk or cotton on white or
light beige grounds, kid sin of while
or beige are Invariably worn. Kid ha
taken precedence over all other leath
ers for general wear, and utiles a
fabric shoe of material to match the
frock U worn, anything else looks In
congruous with ihese light-tone silks
Two of the new cottons are shown
In the photograph. They are simple
models for which one could secure a
pattern for home dressmaking. The
one to ihe left l a morning frock of
inanchesler cambric, printed In blue,
red nnd yellow design, wllh the blue
predominating on a white ground. The
two-toned bordering I very amnrt
While kid shoes and a large hat coin
piemen! the costume.
The model to the right Is something
quite new In the cotton ensemble. The
coal I of pamlco cloth, giving It
heavier body than the frock which Is
,,f batiste, a very lliln sheer fabric
The color and design of cont and
frock match, both being printed In
rose on a white ground. While kid
shoes and a roso-colored hat comple
ment the ensemble.
Kvery style-wise woman feels, or
should feol the urge to acquire a
frock of light weight woolen. The
coat-dress Is the Big thorn among de
signers who nro creating for mid
season ami planning for spring. For
the making of these practical daytime
frocks dalnly woolens and similar
weaves are acclaimed as leading choice.
Thin picture shows a atrwt dress
developed In soft navy blue rayon
flannel Cut you say you always
thought rayon materials were "shiny"
and that we could not get them lu
terles which la an entirely mis
Ilayoo weaves heed not necessarily
be lustrous. In fact they are now
so produced that many are entirely
sans luster, the rayon threads so
closely resembling wool It would take
a fabric specialist to distinguish the
one from the other.
The navy blue clotb dress Is evet
to be desired, because It Is always
smart nod from the standpoint of utll
Ity It lias no compeer. The one shown
here measures up to the staodnnls of
oiodishnes In every detail. Its ding
onal closing Is extremely smart and
the circular flare giving fullness to
the hemline declares latest styling.
There's an endless showing of ma
terlula suitable for the new coat
dresses this season. Among them one
flnds novelty weaves which combine
dull rayon threads wltb lustrous ruyoo
threads. Some effective cloths take on
a tweed patterning, those In fasHnat
lng reds attracting the widest at
tention. Now that the outstanding Importance
of the cloth street or coat dress ha
RAYON FLANNEL STREET DRESS
been established without a doubt
stylist are giving much time an
thought to their creation along liner
of Intriguing originality, .
"Wllh a cape" la one of the bousl
of the cleverest street dream. The
enpe themselves furnish another out
let for "Ideas" us "no two cape
alike" I the slogan.
JULIA BOTTOM LEY
(0, 12. Western Newaoaoei Union. I
lf. II A
The Lead Dog I
THE rENN rUBUSHlNO CO.
Hp the wllit wntars of th un
known Yellow-tag, on a winter's
hunt, journey llrook McCain and
Oaapard Lecrnli, his Krem-hOre
comrade, with Flash, (track's
puppy and their dog team llrock's
rather had warned him of the
danger of his trip After eoversl
battles wltb the stormy waters
thty arrive at a fork In the Yellow-Leg.
Ilroi-k la severely In
jured In making a poring and
e'lash leads llnapard to the un
conscious youth. The trappera
ra-e desperately to reach their
destination before winter aeta In.
Flash engages In a itespernta
tight with a wolf and kllla him.
Uaepard telle Hrm-k of hie de
termination to find out who killed
CHAPTER IV Continued
Hut the feeling nf Isolation, the mo
mentary desire to see the facet of
those be loved, toon left the boy who
had Inher'tcd from 1 line of hnrdy
adventurous forbenrs superb body
and a lighting spirit. From Knplsknu
to Starving river there were no bet
ter game shot than tlaspard nnd him
self. If these s trim no hunter should
attempt openly to drive the partners
from Starving river nut of the coun
try, they bad surprise awaiting
In the morning the two scouts
worked over the ridges to the east
ward, with the purpose of crossing the
outlet of the great lake and so return
lng to their home camp. Ity noon,
they had put many miles of forest
and barren behind them without
crossing a trail.
"Gospard, I don't believe they're In
this what In thunder do you tee?"
sudtlenly demnnded Itrock, aa his
friend stopped In his tracks, his nar
rowed eyes fixed on small Jack pine.
Pointing with mlttened hand l the
tree, Gaspard quietly said: "At work
De trail pes snowed ovnlr." .
"I!y golly, you're right 1" agreed the
surprised Itrock, shuttling to the pin
nd Inspecting the gouge In the trunk
"Not many week old. either."
"Now, w'al you say!" grlmt de
manded Ihe half breed.
Brock shook hi head. The Joke
was on him. "()h, you're right as
usual," be admitted with twisted
mile. They're here, these penple;
but they don't seem to bunt near the
Shortly the scouts reached the edge
of a wide barren, and In order to
learn whether anyone had entered It
since the lust fall of snow, agreed to
separate, ird. following the scrub.
meet on the farther side.
Cutting Ihe skin cane ot his rifle
Into hi shoulder puck. Crock pumped
shell from the magazine Into the
barrel of the 30-30, loosened bis knife
In Ita sheatb on his belt, and started
The winter on the 1 cllowl.g was
growing exciting. What If he walked
Into a couple ot these strange In
dlnn. What would he doJ
Well, he derided, as he crunched
long on hi inowslmes over snow dry
s sand, the bows crossing euch other
with click audible for a hundred
yard In the stinging air, tie would
hall them In free, and wulr for (hell
next move, lint lied have til right
mitten off and his gun cocked!
After a few miles, Ihe thrill In the
possibility of meeting the strangers.
or of llndlug their trail, wore off.
Gaspurd was prejudiced by the dentr
of his father. lieeiiuae the elder
U-rrolx had come to grlel somewhere
In tills country, and there were now
people wintering to Ihe north, lie took
It for grunted thai I hoy hud a hand
In hi disappearance. IS11I It was only
guess Just guess. Yes. thought
Brock, a he propiied his gun In a
young spruce and kneti on a snow
shoe to tighten a loose heel thong
he and Gaspard would probably
never so much as see these strange
At the sudden click ot siiuwsh
In hi rear, Itrock turned his bend a
heavy body catapulted Into bis back
burling hi in face down In Hit soft
snow Through his stiirtleil oruln
flashed the thought ol I'lerre l.ecml
as, gasping for breath, he thrashed
desperately wllh arms nnd legs, mini
acled to his snowshoes. to hreiik the
grip which held I1I111 from the reur
Half h'irled In the snow, with in
purchase of solid ground heneiith hliu
while he floundered, siriilnlng lor a
grin on the unseen foe on tils buck
through Itrock' dnr.ed brain Hasher)
the realization that his aailiitil hurt
0O knifed li t 111 lis he leaped - thai
was trying to take him aliw Then
the blood of i lie fighting Mi-f'iilne
surged through Ihe veins ot die de
pernte boy No free would take Mm
fdcf'uln. In a hand to hand tight
Mis groping right hum! foiinl the
fingers which gripped his hell I 'Ins
lng on Ihe wrist above iliem like ihe
snap of a wolf Imp. tvlih a here
thrust he straightened his ihh-k inn
"Makkayl" The cry of pain hissed
Into Urock'S ear spurred him on. With
a wrench at the wrtst ha held, he
broke the grip on his bell, and with
a twist of his body, turned, to cutcb
from the tall of his eye, the swart
fine of an Indian, gray wllh pain.
Then, facing his enemy, as they
thrashed In the anow, the superb
.(length of the hoy was unleashed
Wllh his legs gripping the other's, the
free sirolncd to bury his teeth In the
corded neck exposed by llrock's torn
anpolo. Ilut the fighting rage of the
furious youth, confident In his
si length, would not be denied. Slow
ly he forced Ihe wrllhlng Indian be
neath him, then reached grimly for
the knife in the sheiith nl his back
hut Ihe sheath was empty.
.Iftlng his head as tho Tree's left
hand desiieralely groped for his throat.
1 1 rock drove a smashing upper-cut
Into the chin of the man beneath him
Again the hard list crushed Into the
exposed Jaw. With a shiver, the In
dlun lay limp on the snow. Then, as
the Joy. of triumph surged throuuh
him nnd llrock's heart beat high, he
heard the click of snow-shoes.
'All right, linspnrdl" cried Itrock.
.getting to his feet. "II Jumped me
from behind, but I got him I" Then
the heatt of the victorious boy slid
tlenly faltered his smile faded as he
faced two advancing strangers, an
Indian and a bearded while man.
"tiel him I" roared the latter, as he
circled around the body of Urn uncon
scious free to llrock's rear, while the
Indian ran atralght at Ihe surprised
boy, punting from his recent exertion
his startled blue eyes watching his
Then the Blood of the Fighting Mc
Cains Surgtd Through the Veins 'f
the Oeipsrat Boy.
new enemies as he backed away from
the. circling while man. If only Flnsh
and Tellow Kje were with him now
itrock threw a wistful glance at tils
rllle. It was out of reach. He ke
edging away, his fist clenched, but
with rush, the Cre closed In, to
meet a smashing swing which bowled
him Into the snow. Then Ihe white
man reached Itrock from the side.
Blocking the blow aimed at his fa e.
Brock hooked fiercely Into the jaw of
the other as they clinched akd rolled
In the snow.
Theh the son of Andrew ftlcCnln
proved the stuff of which he was
made. Fighting like a demon, Itrock
iliK-ked wllh chin Jnmbed on chest
the Angers straining for grip on kl
throat, while he wrenched an arm
free to drive bis fist Into the other's
Jaw. Strong aa be was, the beardeo
stranger could not reach the mad
dened boy's thick throat, nor turn him
on his buck.
Again, over the other's shouldei
Brock's hard fist hooked Into tin
nw; once more the list crashed
Brock fell Ihe grip of hi foe arms
weaken, ami. wllh a supreme effort
tore himself free. Again his elbow
lifted but the same Instnnl two knee
drove Into his back, while the horn
handle of t knife smashed Into hli
Twice, three times Ihe free ham
mered Ihe head of the defenselesa lad
The knotted face of the man In
Broek'a arms, blurred Ihe snow went
bluck; then all consciousness faded.
ITO IIB CONTINUKl),)
Found Out Jutt How
Hit Employed Slod
A good story they tell at the Anier
lean club In l.oodoo lias to do wu 11 a
cruhhv old iiiiinufiif lurer In a suihll
town who decided after he had mailt
his money that he should run for t
seal In parllnient. He culled his mos
faithful foreman In mid Informed Ida
of the fact.
"See what the sentiment In the far
lory IV he ordered
The next day the foreman rcportcn
"Well, sir,' be snld, "the senllti I
Is flfly llfiy."
"What " roared Ihe old man, "lift)
llftyT I'o you mean to say thai II l
as close as limit lo you 1 11 to sal
my men have no mure feeling for mr
1 him that?"
"Well, governor, that' what the
ny, fifty llfly."
"I'lfly llft)t Wbsl do you mean?
"Well, Ml pel cent of them say. Tel
wllh him. and Ihe other Nl per rein
say 'out ttllh til 111 ' " Kxehiinge.
Tn II money Is borrowed money
toed hv collateral, which must he ri
luttiei! on Ihe deliia ul 01 cull d lb
lender ol the money The liorrowe
the money loo. limy at am Mine pa
the loan and lake up the I'liiiaierm
I lull I follow old Wood ri.lhls the
neiieriill.v wander around almlessl
and lend nowliee
A for :A 'ff v
lOLDS ' V.
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Url CUrm," Hep. M. ll, MaaeaebaeelU
Identification by Ear
Is New Proposition
Although the fingerprint system of
Identifying criminal I almost Infal
lible, there Is alwnya one uncertainty
In Ita use the ability of a criminal to
leave a false set of print) made with
Because of this there I a possibil
ity that befora long the fingerprint
system may be replaced In ofm-lnl
favor by tli shape of the ear. Paris
police are resporled to be working out
systems of classification and descrip
tion. No two human ear nf eiactly
he same shape have ever been dis
covered, and their shape cannot be al
tered surgically without leaving tell
Whereas fingerprint cannot be
Inken escept by force or by the Indi
vidual's consent, ear can be studied
and even photographed without the
knowledge nf the possessor.
Ear pedographs may soon be died
systematically and referred to at
need. In a similar manner to finger-
Cellist la Wroag
Mr. Muddell (after the Introduction)
Nobody would suspect you were
mother and daughter.
Daughter Are you knocking me, or
Dasif hltr l Mm. Cerherina Lanwth I
boa 7J, Mohawk, Midilaaa
After my daujjlitcr grew
Into womanhood she began to
feel rundown and weak and a
friend asked me to get her
your medicine. She took Lydia
. Plnkham't VeRctable Corn
round and Lydia E rink-
ham's Herb Medicine. Her
nerves are better, her appetite
Is good, she Is In good spirits
and able to work evcrv dav.
We recommend the Vegetable
Compound to other girls and
to their mothers." Mrs. Cfltuv
15-years success la treating Kectal assi
Loloa troubles by the I C I. IHaa)
no s Kiilt AI. ,ihi4 ee
hi KANca of nut n imi.
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fool hu no doubts.
Deufhlee nf Mr. Fea Wnad Hmre
1006 taauih IL iHreet, l)enille, lib
'I praise Lydia E rinkham'i
VcgctablcCompound for what
It has done for my fourteen
year-old daughter as well as for
me. It has helped her growth
and her nerves and she has a
good appetite now and sleeps
well. She has gone to school
every day since beginning the
medicine. I will continue to
dive it to her at regular In
tervals and will recommend It
to other mothers who have
daughters with similar trou
bles." Mrs. Eva Wood llowet