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TUB GOME TOGETHER
-Backache and Kidney ache are
Ifewallv Inseparable. Some
Ilenpner People are Learning
I lew To Get Rid of Both.
Data your back ever ache
yl Ume. weak so sore you can
Are j ou making the oommon mis
Waiting for it to pass away?
To cure the backache, you must cure
Th nain mav ceasa. but it is sure
Y nwv feel tired and worn-out
m!J th time.
Urirwry troubles may annoy you
tsaffeshes and dizziness.
SUte up your mind your kidneys
Eacin tatinff Doan's kidney Pills
Dtan's have strong litened thousands
cf Ktk, weakened kidneys.
Have driven out kidney backaches
No Heponer reader cau doubt the
follow una statement.
Itefroui a resident of this locality.
Mrs. P. M. Gentry, Church St.,
Ueujoner, Oregon, savs: "A mem
ber cf our family used Doan's Kidney
Villi for backache and other tioubles,
cacserl by disordered kidneys. This
rwaedy lived up to all the claims
xsd for it and brought great relief. "
Tut sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Fcifter-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, New
sole agents for the United
Eemember the name Doan's aud
tab so 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 : :
Hacks and Buggies
CALL AROUND AND
2EE US. WE CATER
TO THE : : : : :
.and can furnish
j:k;s and driver on
.shout notice .: :
BEPPNER, - OREGON
left me with a frishtful con zh and
very weak. I had spells when 1 could
aardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
minntes. My doctor could not help
tae, but I was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Juiht, I!!. .
; AND $t.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
The First Pick of The
Friedrich the Tailor has theexclof
4V9 gcy in Morrow county for th
DelJBer Woolen Co. 6 stores in thif
Isr.tl. Look for the guarantee etamj
on tvery yarJ.
Eggs for Setting.
I'izh winning Anconas. Setting
f 15 fggs 12.50. My chickens wfr.
I r;ze winners at the reef nt PerdMor
-ck if ten show. MACK . SMITH.
A thoroughbred .lor-ey bell,
Star cf aae ar.d-dc homed. Wil
ll. i animal chc.ip.
A yearling bav colt, w hh one whit
fcird foot, branded :P on right Ehoulder
Tt.'m animal was misled from th
Ac drew Neal castore at Lone Rocl
tt i-arly part of October JS11.
rtwad ef fi 00 will be taid for in
.foraution leading to its recovery.
1 mo. Eight Miile Oregon.
'Co U the Bakery for yoor bread
26 leave for il.OO.
Why not select that carptt from tb
mri lines at Case's Furniture Store
T. H. Deen and family have return
ed from Lone Rock.
Frank Frates, of Eightmile, spent
Sunday at the home of Wm. Furlong.
Rev. Lawrenoe Stevens is in Wash
ington holding a series of meetings.
Miss Myrtle Hams and Albert Bow
ker made an auto trip to our burg last
Tuesdy. Mrs. C. H. Hams returned
Mrs. E. Jay Merrill was a passen
ger on Sunday's stage for Heppner to
be at the bedside of her father, J. L.
Simpson, who is seriously ill.
H. A. Emry and Thos. Colliver
have been visiting the shearing plants
near Echo to gain pointers for estab
lishing a plant in this section. Go
B. P. Bleagman took a load of po
tatoes to "Cackleberry town" (lone)
last Mondav. His load consisted
mostly of the famous American Won
act variRtv. We venture that our
northern metropolis will realize that
Rlaakman crows Dotatoes fit for the
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Shaner and son
Clarond deDsrted on the 8th inst. for
Coivallis. The Shaners are residents
of long standing who are highly re
spected for sterling qualities of mor
ality and citizenship, that we regret
loosing. The chance is made for the
benefit of Mr. Shaner's health.
We suggest that every farmer, par
ent and child should seek an early
opportunity for readi: g and studying
the "Back to the Soil" article writ
ten by N. C. Maris and published in
the Portland Livestock Reporter of
March 11, 1912. We pronounce it the
best we have seen. Farmers dignify
your calling; the world owes you hom
age. "I Effered habitually from consti
pation. Doan's Reaulets relieved
and qtren&rthened the bowels, so that
they have been regular ever si ace."
A. E. Davis, Sulphur Springs, Tex.
The Gooseberry oountry was cover
ed with a sheet of snow last week
that looked like winter.
Mrs. F. M. Holmes, of Lents, Ore
gon, is here visiting at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Eraser.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Anderson were
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. King one day last week.
Algott Lundell is the owner of a
fine new brasrv. Look out girls ; he
expeots you to take advantage of leaD
R. M. Akers was one of the first to
finish snmmerfallowing this season.
Ralph, like all the others, expeets a
bumper crop this year.
Mrs. Hilda Esteb and children,
accompaned by her sister, Miss Addie
Carlson, of Gooseberry, denarted for
her home in Portland last Friday
F. A. Hikes, of Milton, state secre
tary of the Farmers' Union, will ad
dress the people of Gooseherry at the
ODen meeting on April 30th. Come
out and hear him.
E. R. Lundell got a pretty hard
bump one day last week. He was
riding on a gang plow when he struct
a small pebble and was thrown frtm
toe plow. Ernest says that tne fail
did not hurt bim; it was stopping
-o quick ti.at put bim on the bc".
Road euDervkor in number eight
Ashamed Lis office a yesr too late.
Tini are nsrd, and lack o: pelf,
He signs subscriptions mostly him
self. With sleeves rolled ud and fire in eye
He'll make the rocks and gravel tiy
He'll put in bridge &nd straw the
o we an get io iuu rnu uifa--.
don't have the
Why not raise en
jack frjm J. T.
lone, Or. Can show tiiree crcps o.
olts at the ranch. Or will trade fo
Emmet Hughes went to Clark'f
Canytn Saturday and returned Snn-
Lafe Penland is finishing up lamb-
. . . . , : .
ing. ue maae a gooa per cent in
Johnnie Hiatt and wife took theii
little daughter to town Tuesday. Shf
waa very sick.
There is a new family in the neigh
borhood. Thev are living on John
Gaunt's old place.
Mose Wright and wife visited with
the latter'g mother Sunday and Mon
day of last week.
There are several widows in these
oarts just now as most of the mancu
inea are off shearing.
Sarph and Lola Mattesou were the
puesta of Svlvia Brown Sunday and
Albert Matteson was hauling wood
Tuesday. We thought he did not haul
wood in the mud ilke his neighbors
School will start up here as soon as
the directors secure a teacher. They
are doing some tall rustling.
Reid Bros, are running their mill
full blast. They have a full crew
this vear vear and are going at it
There is still four feet ot snow on
the north side of the Butte. Looks
like the water supply would last
some time yet.
There is reported to be a new watch
in this vioinity but it has a poor move
ment a Waterberry and stops every
time the boss is out of Bight.
The mammoth potato is reported to
have been raised on Three Rock Flat.
It weighed 16 pounds and the party
raising it says it was hollow.
The crows are getting pretty thick
at Reid's Mill. There were three
brought out from town the last load
of poles, and not all of them were old
Harley Matteson and Albert Crewd
son attended a dance near Board creek
tecentlv. Thev enjoyed the dance
iuiniousely, especially the dish pan
The Parkers Mill disrict and the
Butte district consolidated at a speo-
ial meeting held at the Butte school
house by the voters of the two dis
tricts. The meeting was held April
The hairbredth escaue of a well
known carpenter in this nieghborood
has been reported. He Jfell from a
ll-story building but before he struck
the eround he stuck his thumb in a
knot hole and thereby saved his life
George Smith sowed a nice patch
of wheat the other day but did not
have time to harrow it, so mother
nature covered it for him with about
two inches of snow. George said he
thought the covering enly temporary.
We have lately seen Ernest Moyers
sporting around in a brand new, rubber-tired
Misses Alice Arnold, Grace and
Margaret McDevitt were visitos at
Dohfirty's on Wednesday and Thurs
Mr. Notson's lecture, which was
to have taken place Thursday night,
had to be postponed on account of
Miss Beulah Barker, of Heppner is
the proud possessor of a homestead on
Butter creek. Since it is a very fine
nlace, Miss Barker has determined
that she shall have onlv very fine
stock. Accordingly, she has lately
purchased a cow and calf, thorough
bred Jersev, sightly mixed with
Holstein, Hereford and Shorthorn.
On Friday last. Miss Barber and Miss
Fuller took unou themselves the duty
of conveying these auimals to "the
ranch." and thus it happened that
they passnd through our neighborhood.
Late in the evening they drew up in
front of the home of J. H. Edward,
beggiDg for a night's lodgirg for
themselves, cow, and the poor little
calf, which, in truth, looks much like
a bedraggled parsnip. It so chanced
that Mr. Edwards' barn was full and
hsra arose the question, what was to
be done with the cattle. Butas'mk
would have it, John had that da
bought a five gallon can 6t coaloil,
which he rushes out f-motiea aud lo!
our cow and calf have a safe, wsrm
4all for the night. The next morn
ing ill went ou their wv rejoicing.
Mis? Bai ker leading old bossv ant
Mi-s Fuller drawing cp the rear with
Luther Ashinhust is through herd
ing fot Hynd Bros.
Addie Ashiohnft visiter! Mrs. Ric
-efral davs this week.
Mr. Hayes was aruund delivering
"Ballot Boxes" last week.
Fine rains are making everytliirg
gr-.iw but hard on the slufD.
Mr. Copic lot-t a mule last week
after several day's sirknets.
Ethel CoDenhaver'snent last
with her aunt, Mrs. Redding.
Shoarers wore at Doherty's
Hynd Bros, this week and last.
O. S. Hodsdon and wife were
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Redding.
Mrs. Copenhaver is expecting bet
father, T. M. Scott up on a visit next
Smith Towne who has been working
for R. B. Rice the past two months
left for Spetane last Saturday. ' -
B. F. Swaggart who has just re
turned from Walla Walla and Pendle
ton says R. B. Rice hag the best
wheat be bas seen anywhere.
Everybody is sumrnerfallowing in
Ralph Akers had a well drilled a
short time ago. He says ha has
water to give away now.
Professor R. Peterson waa a caller
at Minnie Barlow's last Sunday. Get
your tin cans ready boys.
The Eightmile base ball team is
practising these days. We see lots
of old-timers out,, and some are on
Hey boys! Have you heard Ture
Peterson's name? It's Mutt. Be
sure and think of it when you see
Mutt for it makes him smile all over.
Puts Cud To Bat llabll.
Things never look bright to
with "the blues. " Ten to one
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling
system with bilioulTDoison, that
King's New Life Pills would expel.
Try them. Let the joy of better feel
ing end "the blues." Best for stom
ach, liver and kidneys. 25 cents at
Slocuin Drug Co.
The primarv went off very quiet at
Pine City Friday.
Miss Leoy Matthews went to Pen
dleton last Thursday for a short visit
R. F. Wiglesworth was a Heppner
Mrs. T. P. Matthewsfreturned from
her visit at Pnntdietou.
Miss Goodall and Mr. Harvie Coxen
were Heppner visitors Saturday.
Bro. Ruse left an appointment for
Pine City the first Sunday in May.
The young men of the neighborhood
are talking of organizing a base ball
Mrs. Bartholomew of Heppner has
been visiting her soon Chas. the past
Chas. Bartholomew is. putting ia a
small shearing plant and expects to
oommence shearing Thursday.
Mr. W. J. Wattenburger'and family
were out on the creek Sunday in their
new automobile visiting at Mr. Leon
Wattenburger's and Mr. Ed Neil's.
The farmers are taking advantage
of the extra supply of water aud rain
fall this spring and are seeding as
much of their land as possible to al
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 cuts is his
right. Keep it har.dy for boys, also
girls. Heals everything healuble and
does it quick. Untqualed for piles.
Only 25 otuts at Slocum Droug Co.
M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday School at 94 :5 a. m. Moru
ne worship at 11:00 a. m. Subject
morning sermon, lne rower in
One's Hands " Epworth League nt
6:30 p. m. Evening worship at' 7:30
u. m. Subject of sermon "Th" Great
Foot-race."- Prayer meeting Thurs
day night at 7:30. Everybody cor
dially invited to all our services.
W. A. PRATT, Pastor.
M. K. C1H KCII, SOUTH.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m
school hous9. Eightmile.
E. P. WARREN Pastor
Why He Wa l.aie.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well that was no reason why you
should be on hour late gettiwr r.ome
to supper. "
"I know, but I asked bim how he
was fcelinz and ho iusifetd on telling
me about his stomach trouble."
"Did ynu tell him to take Cham
"Sure, that is what be needs."
Sold by Patterson & Son.
Let the AKERS PATENT FASTEN
ER reduce your draper troubles to a
minimum this season.
The fintener. which 1. Illuitrnuvl here, I. tm?x"d from iheet
te-l, h ivln two bred, struck up from ench jw which are driven
Into the .tick when tue jaw. are let up.
Thi. hold, the .tick a. If In flw. There are no riveU folng
through the .tick to woken or pli It. We ue the bet No. 6 duck,
tratgbt grained aaa .tick, and fir.t quality leather belt.
We guarantee the quality and we guarantee the workman.hip.
Thene draper, will cnt you no more than other make, and they
will aave you much time and annoyance.
Poo" fall to nae one on four Harreater or Header thl. aeaaon.
Call and look over the new line of
SPRING & SUMMER SAMPLES
LOUIS PDARSOIN, Tailor.
Represents some Lending Fire Insurance Companies, including
The Home of New York, The Hartford, and The I'litutiix of
London, also American Bonding Co. pf Baltimore.
Office: Gazette, Heppner, Oregon
The Plowing Season
And VAUGHN &
new supply of
Canton and Syracuse Plows
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.
MIKE HEALY, Proprietor
- TELEPHONE 201
COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. T WE
PAY FOR ALL TELEPHONES FOP RIGS.
LOWER MAIN STREET
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
KINSMAN & HALL, Props.
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sugar cured- Ham
and Bacon and Home-rendered Lard.
Top Prices Paid for Hides and Pelts.
FRESH FISH THURSDAYS. -
An tlHChimnt or hop drills as ill 11 st th ted here 1ms two very val
:imMc hii'I itninr tint fi'Bturs which eve-y f ropressive farmer will
n.i.reriHte t cnce. Tlicy are nmde to lit any line, are eafilv ad
j is'ed himI i nnver the
owlnit ami at lie sumo
time presses tin; soil
thus 'insuring imintd
ime (termination. fl
SpP ii'ii'l rc-mlts are
obtained from their use,
We have an up-to-date machine shop and found
ry and employ skilled workmen in every depart
ment. We solicit your patronage.
double purpotc of regulating the dupth of