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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1930)
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OUR COMIC SECTION
Vatohrtd Mddlu That tUU Panto
Huthoritias Hart ami Uroa4
flcrnld suffered with M atntnnch
Hid bowel 11 1 1 1 i I hewn Unties nnd
weak," anys Mm, II. H. (leren, H''J
W. Multl St., Oklahoma City, Oil I m.
'Now he the strongest boy I
know. I gave him i'n II forttln Fig
Syrup because Mother used (. It
Increased It I m appetite, regulated lilt
boweJa, helped IiIm digestion."
IS'ot liInK could be more convincing
ttiim tlit wny t li mi fid h of mother
are irnlliiK 'nllfrnl I 'Ik Kynip to
show how It nets to tmllil iiml
strengthen headachy, bilious, half
lick, constituted children.
Your doctor will approve tin line of
thin pure vegetable product in often
Hit Impure breath, run I c tongue,
HntlcHMiitiH or fevcrlshnes warn of
cotiHt Ipnt ln or to keep bowel
open In cold or rhUdren's disease.
Tim word California on bottle und
cnrton marks the genuine.
LAX ATI VC -TONIC Jar CHItDHtN
When Rest Is
Deal Promptly With Kidney
Are you miserable with blad
der Irritations, getting up at
night and constant backache?
Then don't take ehflncesi Help
your kidnryi at the first sign of
disorder. Use Poun'i Villi. Sue
cessful for more than 50 years.
Endorsed by hundreds of thou,
sands of grateful users. Get
IJotin i tixlay. bold by dealers
CwftH H. C
Our Pet Peeve
Mm. Ilenpeck Everything Is jci-t-
Mr. Ilenpeck (nut-klj ) (Hi, 1 don't
know, Mnrl.i. Tor Instance, there's
your opinion of iii, nnd my opinion
of you, nnd tin neighbor' opinion of
both of ti.
How Medicine Cabinet DotUa
i m:.AOii.T . XQ
The ltlhl l f.M Wi nm.
tetakApula Valu Zit
Total Vatut 7Zi
Fcen-a-mlnt liAmerlrs'immit Poinilnr
l.iXHllvo. I'lcBiuuit, u(i, di'lipntinblo,
non-hnblt forminK. Keep It hnmly io
tint atlrsrtiva economical botilo.
Aspprmim tbe now nnd bettrr way
to tako Mtilrln. No billiT tublct to
twillow. F:iii'Ivc in innllcr doos for
every tuplrin um, At your druKBint' or
IIFAI.TII PnOtHI'TS COKPOKATION
1U North ISihHIrral Nnuk.N.J.
OXLA. FARMER KILLS
172 RATS IN ONE MIGHT
K-R-0 (Kill Rata Only), write
Mr. , Hulbcrt, Okln., broiiRht
this remarlcablo result. K-K-0 Is the
original product mado from squill, nn
ingredient recommondod by U. S.
Government as suro death to rats
and mice but harmless to dogs, cnta,
poultry or even baby chicks. You
can depend on K-R-0 (Kills Rats
fw.lv wMxh lin a tinwrniA America's
VIMJI T.i HVIi - - " -
leading rat exterminator In Just
few years. Sold by all druggists on
a money back guarantee
From tlm time vein mnke the flrrt minllrntlon
they tirmn to f irle Ilka MAGIC. At nil ctniK nnd
drpt. ior or by mull iionliinl'l $l.i!5 mid tba.
A cony ol Hr.iuiy Si-crrti 1-KKK.
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The Lost Tribes of Israel
TIII2 mystery of the "Ten UM
Tribes" bus been a subject of ab
sorbing Interest for nmny centuries,
but, despite the Investigations of
countless historians and the excava
tions of arelieologlsts In all parts of
the globe, the question of what became
of this great mass of people Is still
Hundreds of volumes have been
written on the subjt-t and many ex
planations have been advanced as to
the probable fate of the people
who severed their alliance with the
tribes of I'.enjamln and Judah, the
latter remaining in southern Palestine
and establishing Jerusalem as their
capital. The Israelites who seceded
went northward. Some Into Samaria
and others Into the country which lay
outside the narrow stretch of land
which then made up the known world.
As to the fate of those who populated
Samaria some little Is known, for,
bout eight centuries before Christ,
Snrgon, king of Assyria, swept down
upon Samaria and carried many thou
sands of Its population Into captivity,
replacing them with IJabylonlan and
Syrian colonists and scattering the
former residents throughout the king
dom so that their Identity as a nation
was completely lost.
With their captivity, the remaining
members of the ten tribes disappeared
as completely as If they had been
swallowed tip by the earth and no
definite trace of thera has ever been
discovered. The descendants of the
two remaining tribes were also con
quered at a later period and while
they, too, were finally driven away,
they possessed so strong a person
ality and a rnelul cohesion that they
aave endured, despite the bitter op
pression to which they have been sub
jected, throughout the centuries
seirjdng Intact their religion, their his
tory and their customs.
This being the case, It Is doubly
remarkable that the other ten tribes,
numerically grenter than the tribes
of Juda and ISenJnmin, should have
ranlshed so completely. They could
oot all have been slain or perished In
rnptlvity, leaving no descendants and !
It Is to be presumed that they mi- 1
rrated somewhere but where? This
is the question which has puzzled
1 trcbeologlsts and historians for cen-
! tures. Some w riters are of the
j opinion that the "lost trilies" long
ifterwards appeared as the lawless, (
j gallant Amilo Saxons, a race whose
orlk'ln Is still more or less obscure. I
' Other European nations have also
' been 'traced'' to the missing Israel
' Ites. while a few commentators believe 1
that they became merged Into the na- I
' tlonnlltles of other conquerors and !
those of the peoples among whom they 1
. settled. j
j Of special Interest to Americans Is j
the opinion of a number of writers 1
that the lost tribes In some way
probably by means of the vast over
land "bridge" which later sunk below
the surface of the I'nclflc found their
way to this country and became what
wtre luter known as "Indians' and
. "Aitecs." Among those nho most
firmly believed this were the early
Spanish priests who settled In Amer
ica, as also did Roger Williams. Cot
ton Mather and many later theologians
and scientists who found Indian dia
lects which had words and phrases
singularly suggestive of Hebraic origin,
j In ITrtf Charles IVatty. a mission
ary, wrote that he was certain that be
hud found traces of the "lost tribes"
among the Pelnware Indians, d.'c'ur
Ing that he had seen nn ancient
Scroll that contained portions of the
, otldnnl Hebrew law.
T.iit. despite nil the theorizing and
' guessing as to the "ten lost tribes,"
no really authentic discoveries h:iv
i been made with resptvt to their fate.
There are ninny sections of the globe
where they could have settled nnd
flourished ns an Independent nation,
yet the archives of no known people
describe such a settlement and bar
ring the as yet unexplained origin o
such races as the Indians, the Ha
wnlliins nnd the Aztecs no trace Is to
be found anywhere of the missing
(,- btr the Wheeler SvnJIrHs.)
Tcil in 1433
Py n satuteof M!". laborers In Eng
land were required, from the middle
of March to the middle of September,
to be nt their work before five o'clock
In the morning, am) they were not to
depnrt until between seven and eight
3lock In the evening. During this peri
od they were to have half an hour for
breakfast, an hour for dinner nnd half
nn hour for "noneniete." From the
middle of May to the middle of Au
gust they were to have half nn hour
for sleep In the day. From September
to March they were to be at their
work "In the springing of the day, nnd
depart not fill night of the same day."
let a Cold Settle
in your Bowels!
Keep your bowels open during a
cold. Only a doctor knows the Im
portance of this, 'i'rust a doctfir to
know best how It can be done.
That's why Syrup Pepsin Is such
a marvelous help during colds. It
Is the prescription of a family doc
tor who specialized In bowel trou
bles. The discomfort of colds Is
always lessened when It Is used;
your system Is kept free from
phlegm, mucus and acid wastes.
The cold Is "broken-up" moretaally.
Whenever the bowels need help,
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup pepsin '4 sure
to do the work. It does rot gripe
or sicken; but Its action is thor
ough. It carries off all the souring
waste and poison; helps your
bowels to help themselves.
Take a sjioonful of this family
doctor's laxative as soon as a cold
starts, or the next time coated
tongue, bad breath, or a bilious,
headachy, gassy condition warns of
constipation. Give It to the chil
dren during colds or whenever
they're feverish, cross or upset.
Nothing In it to hurt anyone; It
contains only laxative herbs, pore
pepsin and other mild Ingredients.
The way it tastes and the way it
acts have made It the fastest sell
leg laxative the drugstore carries I
Da. W. B. Caldwell
A Doctor's Family Laxative
Paper From Rop
Paptr of the most delicate kind
can be made from old tarred ropes.
It Is used In the po'teries for trans
ferring the various patterns to the
earthenware, and Is so strong that a
sheet twisted by hand will support
a weight of one hundred pounds or
Knowing First Hand
We do not understand that which,
In Imagination 11 1 least, we do not
recognize us something we ourselves,
under certain circumstances, might
be disposed to do. Woman's Home
(Balaam of Mvrrh
Pleasure in Color
Motorists like stretches of smooth
highways but why not a pale green
or brown concrete, Instead of the
miles of dazzling white? Woman's
Jane Why did you decide to mar
ry P.llly Instead of Jim?
Philippu-I found I loved Eilly
lest. You see, be proposed.
Millions of people don't mind how
far they are from New York,
When a man begins to burn h!i
tuoncy look out for a hot time.
Cos From Cornttalks
Cornstal'ts may be combined with
ordinary sewage nnd converted Into
a gas by n process so simple that
anyone can apply It. After busking,
the stalks are dried. Rhrelded, boiled,
soaked In water or lime Then, to
gether with the sewage, they 111 put
Into n small tank provided with n
rover to permit collecting the gases.
The mixture Is allowed to ferment
the baiterln In the sewage doing the
work. The process was discovered by
C, S, I'.onilT nnd It Is being perfected
by the Inventor with ttie help of Dr
A. M. ItUHwell, of the University ol
V.f vs .'. r' '. A.
V ' ' . '-. A.
i'.-.vV .mm. , .1, .. v rf wjW.
'I haJ a nervous breakdown
and could not do the work I
have to do around the house.
Through one of your booklets
I found how Lydia E. rink
ham's Vegetable Compound
had helped other women and
I went to the dru store and got
me six bottles. It has done me
good In more ways than one
and now I work every day
without having to lie down I
will answer all letters with
pleasure." Hannah M. Everj
meyer, 707 N-16 Street, East St.