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HUT THE - KIDHEVS. DO
ttr rircrailnK Worn Ktfai t
Mron( and Healihy.
A U Sfce bkod in the body passes
'5JhrJ.t? the kidneys once every three
:rnirr.cs. The kidneys filter the
M.Kvi. They work night and day.
Mhws Wealthy they remove about 500
i;rni!M of impure matter daily, when
ubithy some part of this iiunnre
OTUtw is left in the blood. This
en many dieases and symp-
tssns pain in the back, headache.
rcnrxisieBs, hot, dry skin, rheumatic
- pios, root, gravel, disorders of the
vrwiit and hearing, dizziness irreg
nUr feeart. debility, drowsiness,
lrrpsy, deposits in the urine, etc.
CBo. if you keep the filters right you
rill haT no trouble with ycur kid-
L 1 Berry, Main St. Heppner
NUragcn, says : " You are welcome to
urn y name as one who has been
meed of Kidney complaint by Doan's
Ktffcey Pills. My kidneys were weak
and my back was so painful that I
-mm cbjiged to walk all stooped over.
Ti contents of one box of Doan's
Kidnev Pills effected a cure ar.d dur-
- .ijjR the Das two years there has been
reesrrence of tlie trouble."
Fur sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
;Futr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
", sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
lake 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 : :
Hacks and Buggies
CALL AROUND AND
PEE US. WE CATER
TO THE : ; : : :
AND CAN FURNISH
. BIGS AND DRIVER ON
HORT NOTICE : :
iHEPPNER, - OREGON
1 ,t"f mo nith a fricrhtflll COlieh and
r-na-ptlt I tl n KOP11S Wlltl! X CUUIU
tVia rvr srwalt for 10 to 20
ia;nutes. Mv doctor could not help
me, but I wiia completely cured by
Airs. j. voi, tiuiici, in.
50c ND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
(I A Great
Semi-Weekly Oregon Jour-
( oat, one year $ 1 .50
Cazette-Times, one year $1.50
Both Papers One
Year - - $2.00
ThSi; Oregon Journal
I'ublUbPa the latest and most compete
teleKrapllie news of the world; gives reii
JaWe market -eports, it is published at
jfortland, wliere the market ne eaa be
iuoCt is corrected to date !or each issue, ft
uA-ao hs a page of tperiil mstter for the
arm and home, an entertaining story ps.ee
.imI a page or more of cornic each week,
aud it gne to the subscriber tw ee every
Jffwctk -101 timet a year.
i 0iveal! the local news a d bdiipenngs
I 'and "houl 1 1 in every home in this vi-
jl "The two paper make a tniendM eombi
' m.tion and you save tl by sending your
ilw rfpiliHi to the 0 A Z ETTK-TI Mt'i,
I'l We ran eio give our Mibcrib,.r a good
flubbing t."er for the I'nily and .Sun lay.
r gun-lay Jou nal, in connection with the
Destruction of Superfluous Book.
Edmund Uosse has explained his on
ulaugbt on the books which be thinks
should be discorded by great libraries.
Lie does not advocate any ruthless holo
caust. Everybody, be says, who Is ac
customed to libraries knows In his
heart of hearts that In process of time
there accumulate In them masses of
what Is more than useless, what Is
positively harmful literature, as for
"Badly printed editions of the popu
lar English poets, without notes or ap
paratus of any kind; handbooks of
law which are entirely out of date and
mere traps for the feet of the litigant;
works on medicine and surgery that
are too modern to be curious and yet
too ancient to be safe; bad old dic
tionaries and faulty encyclopedias;
superseded summaries of history with
out a fact that Is not recorded else
where; theology printed "at the request
of parishioners;" exploded and blunder
ing scleuce these burden the shelves
In tens of thousands. It is particularly
libraries collected between 17S0 and
1850, roughly speaking, that abound
in specimens that should be cleared
A Dramatist at Work.
When Eugene Walter writes a play
the tools necessary to the process are
one large room, one outfit of furniture
and one exceptionally rapid stenogra
pher. Mr. Walter and the stenographer
enter the room. The door is locked, and
work Is begun by placing the furniture
as it Is to be placed on the stage in
other words, by setting the scene. Theu
the young dramatist begins to act. He
Is all the characters in his play. He
rushes about the apartments, quarrel
ing with himself, making love to him
self, now standing here as one person
and then racing to the opposite end of
the apartment to be another. All the
time he is speaking the words that
come into his mind as natural under
the circumstances, and the stenogra
pher is taking them down at top speed.
At the end of an hour or two an net is
finished, an Invisible curtain is rung
down, and if the amanuensis hasn't
fainted, as two did in one day of labor
on one play, the stage is set for the
next act.-Channing Pollock In "The
Footlights Fore and Aft."
Plants Which Live In Ice.
Plants do not freeze to death In the
early winter, but perish from thirst.
The process is simple. The cold causes
the withdrawal of the water from the
cells of the plants, forming Ice crys
tals outside the cells. The frost, cool
ins and contracting the surface, acts
as a sort of pump, and as soon as the
cell is emptied of its life giving fluid
the nlant dies. The truth of this theo
ry has been proved by numerous care
ful experiments. Great variation was
found in the amount of cold necessary
to cause the death of vegetation. Some
plants dry out quickly and are killed
before the freezing point is reached.
Many plants will survive zero weather,
and some die only at 20 degrees below.
Certain vegetable growths never freeze.
There are forms of bacteria that even
when immersed in liquid air, the most
intense cold available, come out of
their bitter bath as lively as ever.
' The Left Over Sandwiches.
Sometimes after a party there are
sandwiches left over. Here Is an excel
lent way of using them up: Make a
batter exactly like you use f?r pan
cakes and add to It either sugar or
salt, according to whether the sand
wiches are sweet or savory. Then
each sandwich is dipped in the batter
and fried till a golden brown in fat
from which a faint bluish smoke is ris
ing. No matter how dry they are they
are delicious done in this way. Crusts
that have been cut off from sandwiches
dry in the oven, put through a mincing
machine and use as coating for fish,
rissoles, etc. Baltimore American.
She Comes Back.
Church-And you claim that cats are
smarter than 4ogs?
Gotham 1 certainly do.
"Well, if you try to lose a dog he'll
scent your footsteps and follow you
"Well, you Just try to lose a cat and
tie cat will beat you to your home."
Doing Her Part.
"Wife, will you thread a needle for
me? I want to sew on a few buttons."
"Why, certainly. There you are
Now, you can sew on your buttons
! while I go to the bridge club. Some
j times I wofider how you managed be
i fore you were married." Washington
I Herald. -
; His Suspicion.
"Why did yon leave the place In
, jrlildi you were previously employed?'
' asked the head of the firm.
"1 think," said the applicant for the
; position of office boy. "de boss was
i fraid if I stayed I might git his
i lat e. "Chicago Kecord-Herald.
, A bit of reasoning a la mode de Iu
i mas ascribed to Rossini: "I don't like
' ppinnch. and it is very fortunate I
ilon't, because if I did like it 1 should
eat it, aDd 1 can't endure It."
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, lias home tho signature of
ana lias urea mauo unuei m.i
(SJut-ji- sonal supervision since its infancy.
IAS'JTjAS A ll.tiir -mis Aiuk i ileeelvA VOII 111 tills.
... . r.u Tn.ttnfl...,!! nnl i .Tiict.na.rnml " nrfl but
Experiments that trifle Avith and endanger the health or
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. m
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
coric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THf ernTun comhiit. tt mubt TwrcT. New vomc city.
Contracting and Building,
Painting and Paperhanging
Am prepared to do all lines of repairing and job work at my
shop in old Gazette Building on Main street, Heppner.- See me
for any kind of work in these lines.
n. in i. ;......!.. Dnn. Ul. nt nruirnn
T.iopnsa (VrtiMcHte ol PURE BRED Stallion
or Jack NO 941. .
I'Htea HI orVHlllS, urepmi, reurunry i, j;-.
The pedigree of the Jack BID JACK, No. 3647,
American registered in the stuilbook of Amer
ican Breeders' Association of Jacks and Jen
nets, uwnea Dy jona rt. neim, uiaihrwu,
Morrow Co., Oregon. Bred by Lewis King,
Clever. Mo. Described as follows: Black;
white points. Pedigree; Old Bart, sire; Gen
eral, sire oi sire; jenie juiKeua, mui ui one.
tie 11. dam ; v a r nor, Hire ui unm, lihj, uou, ,
dura. Breed Jack. Foaled in the year Aug. 10,
1907. has been examined by the Stallion Regis
tration Board of Oregon, and it is hereby cer
tified that the said jack is of Pure Breeding, is
registered in the studbook that is recognized
by the associations named in section nine of an
Act of the Legislative Assembly of the State of
Oregon providing for the liceuMiig of itallions,
etc., riled in the office of the Secretary of State,
February 2:i, Hill, and that the above named
jack has been examined by the vetrinarian
appointed by the .Stallion Hegistration Board
and is hereby reported free from infectious,
contagious or trMnsmissible diseases or tin
soundness and is hereby licensed to stand .or
public service in the Htate of Oregon.
KKMINE L. POTTED,
(Seal) Sec'y Stallion Registration RoarrJ.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
Imported this winter direct
from the state of Missouri, and
will stand the season at the
Terms : $15.00 to insure living
colt; $10 for the season and $6
for single leap.
Farmer, mer'fcaciro, railroiidera,
itborers relr on Dr. Thnmas' Electic
Oil. Takes the stinn out of cct-s.
ttnrns or bruises at once. rain can
v rliv wl ere it is used.
1 A Delusion.
, Rlibon-rTow was Jones yesterday?
Glibson-ne seemed to be laboring an
i''T a stranpe delusion, flllbson ln
cet'ij: 1 thoticht be vras playing golf
'ilibson So did Jones!
j There Is no slnertire In the sonl's
: economy. Every power has Its work
tt d. every capacity Its gift to CU It
I l'billips Brooks.
Stallion Registration Board. atate of Oregon.
License Certilicate oi GRADE .tnllion or Jack
No 9 17. Dated atCorvailis, Oregon, February
ti, 1U1.:. The pedigree of grade jack Dl'KE,
sired by ! he pure bred jack Old ljuke No.
Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington, Morrow
Co., Oregon, and described as follows: Color
Black; while points. Foaled in the year 104,
has been examined by he Stallion Registration
Board of regon. and it i found ibal the said
iack is ,ree from infeetuous. contagious or
is not of pure breeding, aryl is, therefore, not
eligible for registration in Hiiy studbook re-
.rt ,Vw. ...ni.tlnn, r, u m ail 11 IIOfHnn
nine of nn Act of the Lcgislutixe Assembly of
the State of Oregon providing for the licensing
of stallions, etc., filed in the o.tice of the Secre
tarv of State. February i. 1911. The said jack
is hereby licend to stanO. for public servke
in the State of Oregon.
ERMINE 1.. POTTER.
Sec'y Stallion Kcgisiration Board.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
Was also imyorted to Morrow
County the past winter and
will stand the season of 1912 at
the Livery Stable of
McRoberts & Evans,
and terms of service will be
the same as for Big King.
Care taken to prevent accidents but will be responsible for
none. If interested in raising mules, you should see these two
splendid animals. J. N. HELMS, Owner, Lexington, Oregon.
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
The Home of New York, The Hartford, and The Phcenlx of
London, also American Bonding Co. of Baltimore.
Office: Gazette, Heppner, Oregon
The Standard Machinery the World Over
VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner
Rock Sprinea 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 II E A L Y, PROPRIETOR
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COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND FIRST-CLAS8 SERVICE, t WE
PAV FOR ALL TELEPHONES FOP RIGS.
inmn MAIN STREET - - HEPPNER, ORKGON
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
KINSMAN 3te 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. ,
A yearling bav rolt.wiJi one white
bind foot, branded :P on right shoulder.
This animal waa missed from the
Andrew Xeal enstore at Lone Rock
the early part of October 1911. A
reward of $.j 00 will be oaid for in
formation leading to its recovery.
1 mo. Eight Miile Oregon.
Seperaor'and engine, at a bargain.
Pride of Washington aeperatof, prac
tically new having been run only 30
days, wind stacker and self feeder.
Advance engine. For further infor
mation write Cooke Iiroa. , Condon
A handsome4dinnpr set w ill be given
free with every range sold by ua in
ihe n!xt sixty dy. Call and ei-e
both. Case Furniture Co.
Let the AKERS PATENT FASTEN
ER reduce your draper troubles to a
minimum this season.
Thp fn"nir. wliit h i illiutrnti -1 here, f ftmpM from shed
ti'i-l, h ivinr two l,md y rin k up from e' b jnw which lire dnveo
Into the 5ti lien luc are fcet up.
Thi hoI.L ih- M'rk if in Tiw. There nno rivcturoinK
throiieh the tw k to kon or rili' It. We uv the brt No. 6 ,lu k.
Ir.iKlit grinned h l k nd lirn quality leather belt.
We guarantee Ihe quality an'l we fuarante the workmanMiip.
TI i te (1 ra pe r a will ron joii no more than other make anl they
will nave you much time and annoyance.
Ix,n' fail to UM one on your Harvester or Hea-W this e.on.
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