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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1912)
THEY GOME TOGETHER
Backache and Kidney ache are
Usuallv Inseparable. 'Some
Heppner People are Learning
How To Get Km 01 to.n.
Does vour back ever ache'
Feel lame, weak so sore you can
Are you making the. common m
Wait! hi? 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-ou
all the time.
Urinary troubles may annoy you
headaches and dizziness.
Make up your mind yonr kidney
Begin taking Doan's kidney Pill
Dean's have strenghtened thousands
f oir-W weakened kidneys.
Have driven out kidney backathes
No Heprjner reader cau doubt th
fnllnirnno Rta tftliellt.
Its from a resident of this'locality.
Mrs. F. M. Gentry, (Jhurcn at.
Tlnnnnnr. Oretron. savs: "A mem
ber of our family used Doan's Kidney
Pilla for backache and otner uouuies
aori hv HisnKlered kidnevs. This
remedy lived up to all the claims
made for it and brought great relief.'
For sale bv all dealers. Price 50c
m r!n. . Buffalo. New
'nrk. snle an-ents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
'take no other.
Red Front Livery &
Willis Stewart, Prop
Kept constantly on hand
and can be furnished on
short notice to parties
wishing to drive into the
interior. First class : :
Macks and Buggies
CALL AROUND AND
SEE US. WE CATER
TO THE : : : : :
AND CAN FURNISH'
RIGS AiN'D DRIVER ON
SHORT NOTICE : :
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iaft mo with n. frichtful COUL'h aild
5 very weak. I had spells when 1 could 1
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minutes. My doctor could not help
! me, but I was completely curea oy
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Juliet, 111.
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AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Claude C. Covey
"Warm springs, Crook Co.
tion for Representative in
Congress, Second Oregon
Go to tho Bakery for your bread.
26 loarei for SI 00. '
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By Sii.it. Notsou.)
On the 5th inst., accompanied by
the editor of the Gazette-Times, I
visited the soliool in District No. 17.
Here Mrs. Sylva Missildine and ten
pupiils were busy closing up the
work of the week. The pupils have
nliinted several rose bushes and also
have some school gardenB under way.
Since my last visit, a new stove has
been placed in the room; new window
boards provided for the windows; a
good well suuk in the yard, equipped
with a good pump. The pupils of
this school are preparing to enter the
On the 9th and 10th, I visited" the
school at Irrigon. Prof. Kicker and
Miss Park feel that the pupils have
made excellent progress this vear.
The pupils are acquiring the Palmer
system of writing. I noted some
excellnet work in niaD-drawing. Mies
Park Sireots the industrial work in"
sewing, mat-weaving, and basket
making. The building has been
painted recently, throughout. The
walls and ceilings are a light cream
color, which makes the reflected light
soft. This is quite an advantage to
the eyes." A fine flag floats from a
new steel flag-pole. The water supply
is kect in closed stone water tank,
and the pupils have individual cups.
The pupils are enthusiastic over the
school contests. The next school wns
the one at Castle Rock. This is a
small school, only six pupils being
in attendance. The pi.pi.ls of this
school are also acquiring the Palmer
svstem of writing under the direction
of Prof. J. A. Gibbons. This school
JOHN B. RATTO
the Renowned Impersonator
will present his
"Character Sketches From Life"
Star Theater, Monday Evening, April 22
This is the final number
Ratto lives every character he studies; when, for example,
he presents Gunga Din (Kipling) he isGunga Din. Seldom can
an unprofessional audience appreciate this poem, but Ratto has
the rare quality of popularizing classics, simplifying them with
out having to make apologies to their builders.
While his nros-rams are miscellaneous, each number natural-
I ly and logically follows the one
make a grand panorama ol associated characters, in present
ing each number, Mr. Ratto "makes up." He pencils in full
view of his audience, telling an appropriate story the while.
Pencilling finished, he turns quickly to the table mirror to ad
just his wig, facing about to surprise you with the accuracy of
the representation. You will De
Dan Haushew suffered the loss of a
valuable colt last week.
The Mis'e3 Anna Johnston and
Pdly Miiraan weie week end vUitora
Mr. H. A Delamtter and family
of Siill Grove. Mo. are visiting with
I he J. H. Frad's.
The Blsckhorse school celebrated
Arhnr Day by planting some loiust
trees in the yard.
G'icrge Missildine has jurt tkcn
up a homestead of 80 acres, lyinc
nar the Bnttes.
Dave Brown's family hold the
record for Easter fggs. Mrs. Brown
ccoked fifty in her Incubator.
Everyone has finished spring seed
ing now. Ed Brown has just finished
putting in 150 acres of barley.
J. S. Baldwin'a boys have been
down with the chickenpos. They
have recovered now, however and are
back in acbool again.
Mrs. Harvey Boott has returned
home much improved in health, after
to roe weeks in Heppner, where she has
been treating for appendicitis.
S. E. Notsoa and V. Crawford
visited the school on Friday. Mr.
has the best equippod library among
the one room- schools'in the county.
It also has several fine framed pictures
upon the walls. The pupils are
preparing to enter the school contests
and are very enthusiastic about this
line of work.
Primary April 19, 1912
Geo. T. Cochran
Progressive Republican Gandi
date for Congress. I promise the
people that their will shall De
my sole guide.'
Born in Union County, Oregon,
November 1, 1877. Educated in
the schools of Oregon. A gradu
ate of Stanford University.
Admitted to the Bar in 1901.
Four years in Ihe Government
Service, Phillippine ' Islands.
Practiced law at LaGrande since
Elected Water Superintendent
fnr Eastern Oretron and knows
Eastern Oregon's greatest need
Favors: Presidential Primar
ies- rlirect election of senators:
320 acre homesteads with 3 years
residence and 6 months leave of
absence; Panama Canal free to
American shipping: efficient reg-'
nlation of trusts and extension of
jurisdiction of Interstate Com
merce Commission ;!money system
independent of Wall Street con
A ladies plain gold band ring.
Finder please leave at this office and
get reward. St.
of the Lyceum Course.
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which went before, combining to
delighted with this number
Not.s n I a.s promised to come ou'
aghin aud give an illu.-trated lecturt
in tiie near futurp.
Mules don't havn the "walking
disease. " Why not raise so mo? Buv
a j-jok from J. T. Knspnptnbu;,
Ion j, Or. Can show three crop of
fclt3 nt (he ranch. Or will trade fo?
"I sffered habitually from consti
pation. Doan's Roauleta relieved
and strerethened tho bowels, so that
they have brsn regular ever eioce."
A. E. Davis, Sulphur Springs, Tex.
A yearling bay colt, with one white
hind foot, branded :P on right Bhoulder.
This animal was missed from the
Andrew Keal 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.
1 mo. Eight Miile Oregon.
Rev. Father Brady who conducted
ervieea for Father 0Rourke in the
Catholic church on Sunday, deoarted
for his home at Condon on Monday.
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 tvvelve'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 River 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
J AS. P. MEAL
Itepuhliciin Candidate fur District
Attorney lefoie tlie primaries, April
If I am nominated and elected I
will, during my term of office, en
leavor to enforce the law strictly
ind impartially, to make the ad
ministration of the duties of such
.flice ol .sol utely free from all parti-
-an uillueiicc or personal prejudice
nd to use the machinery of such
llicc for the benefit of the people of
the District as a whole. I believe
n the principles of popular (lovern
) ioi it and that the Electoral rights
ire best saf.'gaurded by the methods
n use under the Oregon System.
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Let the AKERS PATENT FASTEN
ER reduce your draper troubles to a
minimum this season.
The faitener. which If lllmtrateA here. ! nt.mped from iiheet
tel, hivtnir two br.dt .truck up Irom ech J.w which r driven
Into the itick when tue J.wt ere let up.
Thle hold, the .tick M If la Tine. There re no rtvetj jolnj
throurh the .tick to we.ken or plH It. We um the be.t ho. duck,
.tr.ighl grained ub .ticks end Aril quality leather belu
We (n.rantee the quality end we f u.r.ntee the workm.nihlp.
Thne draper, will coat jon no more than other make, and they
will aare J on much time and annoyance.
Dob" fail to dm one on roar Harreater or Header thle eeaaon.
Call and look over the new line of
11 SPRING & SUMMER SAMPLES
L,OUIS PBfVRSOlN, Tailor.
Represents some Leading Fire liwuranee Companies, including
The Home of New York, The Hartford, and The I'hii'uix of
London, alo American Bonding Co. of llaltlinore. .
Office: x Gazette, Heppner, Oregon "
The Plowing Season
And VAUGHN & SONS have on a
new supply of
2 Canton and Syracuse Plows 2
Gangs, Sulkeys, and Walking. Call
before buying and look at the new
Two Way Sulkey
with all the good features the other
makes have, and some special features -that
no others have.
VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner
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.
m ' "
MIKE H E A LY, Proprietor
- TELEPHONE 201
COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND FIRST-CLASS SERVICE, t WE
PAY OR ALL TELEPHONES FOP RIGS.
LOWER MAIN STREET
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
KINSMAN & IXVTjTlv, Props.
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sugar cured Ham
and Bacon and Home-rendered Lard.
Top Prices Paid for Hides and Pelts.
FRESH FISH THURSDAYS.
Hl'lin'i inte Hilicc.
iiiMcil Hiiil i iiMM-r
nu in ami at lie fume
tii,ie presn'j tlie cnil
iIiiik iii.-iiriiiir imuitil
iate germlnniion. 1 1
SilHnilil rcjulls are
obtained from thelruse,
HEPPNBR, OR KG ON
An tlnclnnont for hne ilrills as flliiNtrHlcd licro 1ms to very vnl
itileaml inipor out features which eve-y troKrcssive farmnr will
I IH'V tt'C mane 10 in any iiw, art- rmij
tlw liouble imrpye of rcBuliiting thi' depth of
We have an p-to-date machine shop and found
ry and employ skilled workmen inevery depart
ment We solicit your patronage.