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THEY GOME TOGETHER
Backache and Kidney aciie are
Usually Inseparable. Some
Hetmner People are Learning
How To Get Rid of Both.
Dots your back ever ache'
'eel lame, weak so sore you can
Are yon making the common mia
Waiting for it to pass away?
To cure the backache, you must cure
The pain may cease, but it is sure
You may feel tired and worn-out
all the time.
Urinary troubles may annoy you
headaches and dizziness.
Make up your mind your kidneys
Begin taking Doan's kidney Pills
Dean's have strengthened thousands
of sick, weakened kidneys.
Have driven out kidney backaches
: No Hepnner reader can doubt the
Its from a resident of this locality.
Mrs. P. M. Gentry, Churoh St.,
Heppner, Oregon, savs: "A mem
ber of our family used Doan's Kidney
PilJs'for backache and other tioubles,
cacaed by disordered kidneys. This
remedy lived up to all the claims
made for it and brought great relief. "
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
"York, sole ascents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. j
BEN SELLING SAVED
When Bank Failed He Promptly
Offered Par for Pass Books.
Sharks and Brokers Thwarted
By Him Saved People
Red Front Livefy &
Willis Stewart. Prop
Xept constantly on hand
and can be furnished on
short notice to parties
wishing to drive into the
interior. First class : :
Hacks and Buggies
CALL AROUND AND
SEE US. WE CATER
TO THE : ; : : :
AND CAN FURNISH
RIGS AND DRIVER ON
SHORT NOTICE : :
flEPPNER, - OREGON
"Help promptly is of double value,"
says the proverb.
Oregon people, and Portland people
In particular, will remember the fail
ure of the Title Guarantee and Trust
company, of Portland, in October, 1907.
The embarrassment of that Institution
was bad enough of Itself. But it came
at a time when the breaking of one
bank came perilously near producing
panic in which many banks and
business houses must go down to
the measureless damage of thousands.
It was a time for men to help each
other; a time for business interests
vo stand together In order to save
depositors from a heavy Iobs.
Disastrous as a settlement of ma
terial ' discount would have been.
was feared for a time that it was the
best settlement that could be made,
And if made, it certainly would have
resulted in widespread and ruinous
loss to thousands all over Oregon.
In that crisis Ben Selling promptly
came forward with a better offer. He
proposed to take over the claims of
the depositors at seventy-five cent!
on the dollar in good, solid cash, and
an additional twenty-five cents in mcr
chandlse. It was absolutely equiva
lent to a hundred cents on the dollar
every penny that was Involved.
There was an Instance of needed
help promptly given. It averted a
threatened and Imminent panic. It
restored the general confidence in
banks and business houses. It abso
lutely insured depositors against loss,
It did more than any other one thing
to enable commercial Portland to ride
the troubled seas of 1907 the most
dangerous period since 1898.
And it was typical of Ben Selling.
It required finanoial resources, splen
did judgment of conditions, and a sup
erb confidence in the essential stabili
ty of his city and his state, and the
fairness of his fellow citizens.
WHAT BILL HANLEY
THINKS OF BEN SELLING
left me with a frightful cough and
very weak. I had spells when I could I
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 1
minutes. My doctor could not help I
me, Dut i was completely cured by I
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.
SOc AND St .00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
"Oregon for Oregon" is the slogan
of William Hanley, the picturesque
representative of Central Oregon, who,
because of his marked facial and phy
sical resemblance to William Jen
nings Bryan, has many times been
mistaken for the thrice-defeated can
didate of the Democracy for the pres
idency. It is for the reason of "Ore
gon for Oregon" and because Hanley's
views coincide closely with those of
Ben Selling, candidate for the Repub
lican nomination for United States
senator, that Hanley feels very friend
ly toward the candidacy of Selling.
(By Su.it. Notsou.)
On the 26th of March, I visited the
sohoel at Hardman. Misses Robinson
and Olmsted have hid heavy work th s
year, each having four grades with a
large number of pupils in each, but
they have done eood woik. The school
interest has been excellent. The pu
aila are showing much interest in mus
cular movement writing. I note?
some attractive work in water colors
in both rooms. In the evening, the
writer gave an illustrated lecture at
the'ehurch for the benefit of the schoo'.
The educational contests were explain
ed to the school and to the patrons.
It is hoped that the pupils will take a
lively interest in the contests.
The next day, I visited the school
in District No. 21. where I found Miss
Winnie Jackson and a small number
of pupils at work. This school wll
be represented in the school contests.
In the evening, the writer enter
tained the pnpils and patrons of the
Gooseberry school with his illustrated
leoture. The pupils of this school
will also be represented in the school
S. E. NOTSON, Co. Supt.
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Puts End To Bad Habit.
Things never look bright to one
with "the blues." Ten to one the
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the
system with bilious Doison, that Dr.
King's New Life Fills would expel.
Try them. Let the joy of better feel
ing end "the blues." Best forstom
ach, liver and Sidneys. 25 cents at
Slocnm Drug Co.
The final number of the lyceum
course will be given by John B. Batto,
April 22. Our last date is rather late
but circumstances beyond our control
made it so. The press notices of his
work are very flattering. He filled
185 engagements last year, and a large
number of the places secured him for
this year also.
It Looks Like A Crime
to seperate a boy from a box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve. His pimples,
boils, scratches, knocks, sprains and
bruises demand it, and its quick re
lief for bums, scalds, or outs is his
right. Keep it bandy for boys, also
girls. Heals everything beatable and
does it quick. Unequaled for piles.
Only 25 ctnts at Slocum Droug Co.
Bee Sperry, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Chas. Sperry, had the misfortune
to fall and break one of her . arms a
fey days ago. Brownsville Times.
Candidate for Congress
N. J. Sinnott, who will be re
publican congressional candidate
at the coming primaries, was
born at The Dalles, Oregon. For
the past twelve years he has been
the law partner of Judge A. S.
Bennett under the firm name of
Bennett & Sinnott, at The Dalles,
Mr. Sinnott represented Wasco
and Hood Kiver counties in the
last two sessions of the State
Advocates the trial in this Con
gressional District of civil and
criminal cases arising therein and
triable in the Federal Courts.
Prevention of gambling in farm
products. Income tax. Direct
election of U. S. Senators. Presi
dential primaries. Maintenance
of the Oregon system. More liber
al homestead laws in line with the
Borah homestead bill. Parcels
post. Freest use of forest reserves
and natural resources consistent
with liberal conservation ideas.
A tariff based on the difference
in the cost of products at home
and abroad. Free canal for
American ships. Restoration to
Oregon of its just share of the
Call and look over the new line of
SPRING & SUMMER SAMPLES
LOUIS PEARSON, Tailor.
Notary Public Insurance Agent
Represents some Leading Fire Insurance Companies, Including
1 he Home of New York, The Hartford, and The l'huenlx of
London, alHo American Bonding Co. of Baltimore.
Office: Gazette, Heppner, Oregon
The Plowing Season
And VAUGHN & SONS have on a
new supply of
Canton and Syracuse Plows
Gangs, Sulkeys, and Walking. Call
before buying and look at the new
Two Way SuKtey
with all the good features the other
makes have, and some special features
that no others have.
VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner
I have for sale at my place on Eight
Mile. Brown Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing at $1. 00 par setting of 15. A good
strain of splendid egg producers.
mlC. Alfred E. Anderson.
Mnles don't have the "walking
disease." Why not raise some? Buy
a jack from J. T. Knapppenbnrg,
lone, Or. Can show three crops of
colts at the ranch. Or will trade for
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
If you purchase the N'KW HOME you will
trtve a life asset at the price you pay, and will
not have an end loss chain of repairs.
it is the
in the end
v to buy.
If j'.a v:uit sewing machine, write foi
oar latest catalogue b fore yo j purchase.
Tte fitvr tea Sear Ifehine Co, Orae, Ka&
1 it : --v.
G. A. Farrens a prosperous yonng
farmer of the Gooseberry section, was
a county seat visitor Monday. He is
very eninusiastic over trie crop pros
pects in Inspection of the connty.
A change ocenred this wees in the
management of the City Meat Market
Messrs Kinsman and Hall purchasing
the interest oi Mr. Lewis in the bust-
ness. Mr. Lewis and family take
their departure from Heppner for
Walla Walla where he will reside.
mj nttie son nad a very severe
cold I was reccommended to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
before a small bottle wis finished he
was as well as ever," writes Mrs. H.
bilks, 29 Dowling Street, Sydney,
Australia. This remedy is for sa:e
by Patterson & Son.
"I sffered habitually from consti
pation. Doan's Regulets relieved
and strengthened the bowels, so that
uiey nave Deen regular ever siace.
A. E. Davis, Sulphur Springs, Tex.
A yearling bay colt, with one white
hind foot, branded :P on right shoulder.
This animal was missed from the
Andrew Neal pasture at Lone Rock
the early part of October 1911. A
reward of $5 00 will be paid for in
formation leading to its recovery.
I mo. Eight Miile Oregon.
Rock Springs Coal, Pine, Fir and Oak Cord" Wood
and Slab Wood.
SELLS FOR CASH ON DELIVERY.
Leave yous Orders with Slocum Drug Company
nd they will receive prompt attention.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. T WE
PAY FOR ALL TELEPHONES FOP RIGS.
Yon will lock a pood while befoie
you find a better medicine for cotij l,j
And folds than Chamberlain's (' t.h
t. , i . i- 1 covery of that money for use here, and
Ilemedy. It not only gives relief ' . . ' , '
it cures. Try it when you have a
Hanley came out of the Selling head
quartors yasterioy looking cheerful.
PLefiectlng that Mr. Selling in his plat
form had definitely committed him
self to securing for Oregon its just
share of the reclamation fund for
promoting various Irrigation projects
in tills state, Mr. Ilanlc-y said it would
be advisable for the voters of this
Btata to elect a senator who could b3
depended upon to do all in his power
to secure for the state all that belong
ed to it in the way of money for ori
ginating and completing irrigating enterprises.
"Cp to the present time the state
cf Oregon is short about $8,000,000 of
I s part of the reclamation fund, mon
ey that should have been used for the
construction of irrigation projects in
this state and which money was ac
tually given to other states," said Mr.
"Mr. Selling is pledged to the re-
lA. E And-raon was in ftom Eight
Mile on Monday, making a denes i'.
ori;:u dozen egaa wun our merchants.
Mr. Anderson has a mighty fine bunch
of laying hens and they are doing
their rlutv these days. His receipt:)
for this triD were over tiO and he is
sending or bringing egs to town every
T4 WRJf A "
iaV vS We Will
To j ctn pla0 the lmt'
model. ffei,uiD Domes
tic, th recofiiixsr'
quion of al swini
nioas.m vonr r.om.
it continually whik
month, and en-
rom our nMrast
07.4 Klachlne fitfS
Ifhnral llorapc on uplernlnl nw
I-om.Htic. Andyoiirin Btill tak ad
vruiiafrsof tho tpacial phc and
ough or cold ad you are certain t
t pleased with the tromptoure which
it will effect. For tale by Patterson
Go to the Bakery for yoor Lrea.
SB loaves for (1.00.
if anybody can do it I am convince
that he will at least len his test ef
forts in that direction. My acquaint
ance of sevenl years wta Mr. Ul&c
j has convinced me that he always has
stood sqnare-toec t U front fop
Oregon tnterMt as 4 H U aWut time
we had such a r?fnltt t Waa-
Justus A. Miller wbs a HeDDner
visitor on Mondav, and is rejoicing
over tre fplendid outntk for a crop in
his section Mr. Miller lives 9 miles
ncrthcast of Lexneton on the base line
arid reports that, there has been a ten
inch rain fall io his locailly from
Sept. 1 to dste. This would seem
sufficient to insure these people a crop
vhe oerfart acwing machine that has alwnvn 11 all other
nakeaan'J in to'l.y bttr t!vit vr. lv n-nchlnc
f.i on lock alUch and chain stitch. Straight drop-(e.--d,
hixh arm, bIi ban:ii. A complete not ol nuirhwnta
V';ry nnn prarticl. etc., n'.tle for v.rv-riy unm. The lMfi.cLic it
it" (ton "if r-.oTP-n .win" mi-hi.i. pr.i.T.'M, Fiml out ,S'jt it.
SEND FO BOOK, FH-K. The 'I nth About win(
' Ihin.T," t.''!:nK yu run Mv t(i9 finest iwinK nioch
OiM'io at a .rijl k Pi i ,l at ONLY tilt min.'M. I., er,
. iv rii :;roct w.hnvo nn arrrt nn.i,ivr ,011 . :-5 VKAH
,tj;KN'Ti f:. f-t L;i furt. ,t1.re ....! 1 uny m.rl.in.. IbJ
' r.e jU.n,ure wll wv, you maiipy. Tit it N' IVV.
V Xlltts 3.in MillMO C... 4i Jjcktafl tn40zpt, .4 CfeMatr
LOWER MAIN STREET
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
KINSMAN & HAlvIv.Props.
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sugar cured Ham
and Baton and Home-rendered Lard.
Top Prices Paid for Hides and Pelts.
FRESH FISH THURSDAYS.
The Danger 4ller Urlp.
lies oten in a run down system, weak
ness, nervousness, lack of appetite,
energy and ambition, with disordered
liver and kidneys often follow an
attack of this wretched disease. The
greatest need then is Electric Bitters,
the slorious tonic, blood purifier and
regulator of stomach, liver and kid-
D'ys. Thousands have proved that
they wonderfully strrngbten the
nerves, build op the system and re
st re' to health and good spirits after
an attack of Grip. If suffering, try
them. Only CO cent. Sold and per.
feet satiif action guaranteed by Slocnm
Let the AKERS PATENT FASTEN
ER reduce your draper troubles to a
minimum this season.
The futetier, which la Illustrated here, If itunH from hwt
teel, h iviDg two brad strurk up from each )w which are driren
Into the lin k when te Jaws are et up.
ThU hold! the tick aa If In a Tlw. There are no riveta fotna
through the stick to weaken or spilt It, use the best No. 6 d
straight grained ash aticka and first quality leather belt.
We (aarante. th quality and w guarantee th workmanship.
These draper will cost 70a no more than other make and they
will tare 70a much time and annoyance.
Don' fall to use one 00 four Barreatcr or Header this aeaabw.
A NEW INSHUrfEiW I
An ttHcliincnt for hoe drills as Illustrated here hns two very val
uable and impnr nit features which eve-y 1 roKreblve farmer will
nj'pieciiite tonce. Tlicy are niHde to tit any hoe, are easily ad
jiiMe.l and i nnvei the double puroe of regulating the depth of
nwinp an'i av nnu-c
time 'idcsM-' the soil
rtrmlvaro'itirt I lie (f'ain
thiiH 'insuring iinmtd
Pplendid results are
obtai ne J from t heir use,
We have an up-to-date machine shop and found
ry and employ skilled workmen in every depart
ment. We solicit your patronatre.