i.w-ajMMH.,,, vii.-. .-"" " .... " . . ... ,. . WEEK'S NEWS. Local and Personal Happenings. AH kinds of good Ice cold sodas at Tne Palm. Delicloui sodas and ice cream sodas at The Palm. Go to the Bakery for your bread. 26 loaves for 41 00. Banke T. J. Mahoney and wife re turned from Portland on Saturday evening. Hishest cash prices naid for hides, pelts and furs. Morrow Warehouse Milling Co. Attorney 0 E. Woodson" has pur chased a Roo auto and will henceforth travel in style. Dr. Winuard has taken a oeoial course on eve Jiseasand is prepared to fit glasses properly. 0. G. Crawford returned on Satur day evening frrnu a vacatiou oi a month in the Willamette valley. Mrs. Lillie Cohn and daughter Gladys have gone to the Herriu mill where thay will camp for the summer. A new daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Rhea, of Rhea creek on Friday the 12th iust. Born-On Thursday. July 11, 1912, to Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Feldmau. of Herpner, au eleven pound daughter. It may be to your interest to get my prices before buying watches, clocks or jnwelery. C. K. Johnson, Jeweler. Robt. M. Hart and family doparted for Portland ou last Thursday to be absent on a vacation of two or three weeks at Portland and the coast. T. J. Hnmohreys departed for Port land and Willamette Valley points ou Monday, expectina to be absent for some weeks on an extensive vacation. For dyspepsia, our national ailment, use Burdock Bitters. Recommended for strengthening digestion, purifying the blood. At all drug stores. $1.00 a bottle. AT THE BAKERY Getaway from the heat of baking by buying your bread Cream loaf, plain loaf, whole wheat and rye. Nothing better than our cream loaf. Frank Turner returned from Lavina, Montana Monday evening He says the shearing season has not been as successful as common this year owing to the unusual rains. "I have been somewhat costive, but Doan's Regulets give just the re sults desirel. They aot mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly." Geo. B. Krause, Atloona. Pa. J. W. Rasmus ca ne nc from Port land on Tuesday evening to remain at Heopner. He has had enough of the city and is well satisfied to return to the old stamping around to live. Jerseys to Sell-I have some choice young Jersey milch cows for sale at ranoh one mile below Rnea Siding. Address O. L. Lundell, Arlington, Ore., for further particu lars. Rev. II. A. Van Winkle, of Sheri dan, Oregon, held services at the Christian church both morning and eening on Sunday. He came with a view to locating as pastor of the church here. J. B. Sparks returned ou Saturday evening from weeks visit at Baker and ohter outside points. He has purchased a new motor cycle, a Mer kel, and is now ready 10 "go some" whenever he chooses. Buy it now. Chamborlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. Buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency. For sale bv Patterson & Son. Those interested in, and intending to join forces with the federated Chucrh of Heopner, are requested to meet at the Baptist churoh at 8 p. m. on Friday evening. The plan is to perfect the organization at this time. W. R. Iiwin is confined to his bed at Portland suffering an attack of typhoid. He bas been under the weather for a couple of weeks or so but the physicians were not sure that he was developing a genuine case of fever. Chas. Johnson, the jeweler, has just installed a splendid new reaula tor. It Is of the mercury pendalnm style and adjusts itself to cold and hest, and is one of the finest of the kind made, and adds much to the equipment of Mr. Johnson's lace of business. During the summer months mothers of young children should watch for any unnatuarl looseness of the bowels. When given prompt attention at this time serious trouble may be avoided. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoaa Remedy can always be de pended upon. For sale by Patterson 4 Son. In attempting to ride a vicious brono at the Crump place on Monday afternoon, Harry Jon s was thrown against the coiral fence and sustained a dislocation of the should r. He was brought to town as sooi as Albert Bowker could get out and baoa with his auto and Dr. Boyden soon put the arm in nlaoe again. Harry recently came uo from Portland and is at work in the harvest field for R W. Turner. Having been raised on the ranch out near Butter creek he was anxious to try bis hand at bronco busting but the horse was a little too vicious and Harry came out of the mixup as the injured party. Louis Padberg began the delivery of his new wheat at the Jordan ware house yesterday. He is running a combine and his wheat is reported to bn turning out fine. From now on deliveries will begin to increase at the various warehouses along th branch. There has been some con tracting at lone and Lexington, wheat selling from 70 to 75 cents. About 20,000 sacks have been sold at lone and about 16,000 sacks at Lexington. From the way the grain is turning out the county should produce an average yield of about 2a bushels per acre. The old bui'dina used for years as a warehouse by the several saloons in Heopner and standing on the prop erty of the Star Brewery people just south of the Brewery building is be ing torn down this week. The lot will bo cleaned np and made to present a more sightly appearance ' This is a good move and should he followed by many more old shacks disappearing. Hepnner coald stand the removal of a good many such buildings and then only be in a fair way to start general improvement work. Word received from Prof. J. W. L Kaufman, recently of lone, states that he is spending the summer in Seattle and he expects to go to his new" field of labor at Blaine, Wash. , in about a month. He is greatly pleased to learn that our croo in Morrow countv is turning out so fine this Beason, and informs this paper that he is still a booster for our section. W. 1. Campbell was in town on Saturday riding about in his new Michigan. Billy has learned to keep well inside of the speed limits when he hits Heppner He is also getting to be a good booster for better roads and he is alad that thii farmers are beginning to buy more automobiles as their more general use will insure per manent good roads. Albert Bowker returned from Port land on Saturd y evening, biinging with him a new Ford five-passenger car. He has the egei cy ior mis little machine at Henpner, and it is his intention to oush the sale of the Fords here pretty lively this Fall. They are ce Uinly trim little cars and should prove to be winners in this section. Dixie McCraw suffered the loss of the end of the middle inger on the right hand on Thursday Jsst. It came in contact with a chain belt and pulley on a combined harvester and i he member was severed so quickly that Dixie did not know for an instant what had happened to him. It is get ting along all rihgt at the present. The big Oil Pull engine has been busv this week propelling the road grader just above town on Hinton preflk. The road no that way is bing rapidly pet in shspe and the damage laused by the reoe t waterspout out that way is being repaired. The en gine does good work in hauilng the big grader. According to report received here no less than 7 new cotrbne lave been unloaded at lone during the past ten days, and from there hauled out to the grain fields In different direc tions. The crop down that way is inn ni1 the wheat growers are deter mined that it shall be properly har- ested. Mrs. R C. Wills arrived at Hepp ner this week from LaGrando, Oregon, to remain for a short time. While here she will look after the disposal f her real property in thisoity. She pill offer her property at a bargain, and anyone desiring a home in town should consult with Mrs. Wills. Heppner Elks have all returned home from the big round-up at Port land the nast week, some getting in on Saturday and the balance of them on Monday. They all reoort the Pest time of their lives, and the treatment accorded the visitors by Fortland was out of sight. N P. Peterson, a wheat buyer of Portland will operate on the branch line this season. He represents M. H. Houser, the biggest exporter the oast vear from the Northwest. Mr Peterson is in Heppner at present oking up the wheat K'owers. For soreness of the muscles, hether induced by violent exercise injury there is nothin better than Chamberlains' Liniment. This lini ment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by Patterson & Son. Mr. and Mrs. Hnry Blackman are ud from Portland for a short visit at tbe boas of Mr. and Mra. Phil Coha. DRUGS OF ANTIGUITY. The Doses That Mankind Swallowed Thousands of Years Aao. It In admitted that the oldest medical work known in the libera ptipyrus. discovered by Georg Kbers In tita Journey to Egypt In 1S72-3. It In a scroll twenty yards Ioiik mid a foot wide and has been studied and trans lated by Von Oefele and reviewed by Von Llppniuuu. it was written about 1550 B. C though some of the mate rial of which It Is a compilation dates back to ubout 3700 B. C. The medical substances mentioned Include copper once more costly than gold and silver lend. iron, uiitliuotiy, carbon. sulphur, salt. soda, gypsum und other minerals; milk, fats from many animals, wax. and the horn, blood and other portions of douiesttc and wild aniirmls: castor and other oils, honey, raisins, grapes, tigs, dates, wine. beer, linen, flax, lanolin, papyrus, numerous resius. caraway, fenuel. dill, nieliot. watercress, peppermint, cori ander, lettuce, endive, absinth, pome granute, calamus, aloes, safllower. crocus. Indigo, henbane, mandrake, opium aud other plauts and vegetable products. In preparing drugs solids were grat ed or powdered In a stone mortar There were many processes ot treating them, such as roasting, baking, press lug. steeping, warming, boiliug in vari ous substances, macerating with lye. evaporating and fermenting with yeast. Liquids were tillered and clarified. Some recipes contain two or three In gredients, but others have as many as thirty-seven materials. GIBRALTAR. The "Key of the Mediterranean" Has Had a Stormy History. England has been in possession of tbe rocky promontory of Gibraltar since 1704. From that time to this it has been a crown colony under the ad. ministration of a governor. By reason of Its importnnt strategical position It Is called the "key of the Mediterra nean." Gibraltar hna had a stormy history In 711 the rock was takeu by the Arab chief Tarik. who called it Jebel-al Tarik (Iliil of Tarik) aud built "a for tresa on tbe promontory. Part of these ruins are still extant. In 1309 it was taken by the Castiliaus, only to be re captured by the Moors in 1333. It was held by them until 1402. Following tbe taking and sacking of Gibraltar In 1540 by Barbarosso. extensive military works were built there by order of Charles V. In 1704 the promontory was cap tured by a combined force under Sir George Rooke and the Prince of Hesse Dnrmstadt. lighting for the Archduke Charles of Austria. The moment it fell into their hands the British admiral threw on the alliance with the Aus trians and took complete possession of the works. British possession since tbat time has been unbroken, although it was under a Spanish siege for nearly three years and eight months, beginning In 1779. Twice the garrison was on the point of falling because of the starva tion of Its defenders. Right on the Job. At the time Dewey captured the Philippine Islands there was only one lighthouse In operation In the Philip pine waters that on Cape Melville. Bnlabac island, south of the Island of Tula wan and marking tbe entrance be tween the China sea and the Sulu sea As Is tbe custom In time of war. the Spanish authorities had ordered all lighthouses to have their lights extin guished when It was discovered that an attack on Manila was threatened by the American navy. It appears that this order was carried out at nil other places except at the lighthouse men tioned above, where the order was never received. The keeper of this light kppt his light burning up to June 30, 1S99, without assistance, and was paid for his services from May 1, 1899. to tbat date by tbe Philippine govern mentPhilippines Monthly. Fourierism. Fourierlsm was a social system founded by Charles Fourier, born In France 1772. died 1837. Fourier advo cated co-operative Industrialism, cou pled with tbe idea tbat society should be organized Into "phalanges." The phalange was to number about 1,600 persons, who were to live In a com mon building, with a certain portion of soil for cultivation. Tbe staple in dustry was to be agriculture, but tbe various groups might devote them selves to such as were best suited to their tastes. Several attempts were made to carry out Fourier's theories, but the result In each case waa fail ure. New York American. His Motto. "You go around borrowing money all tbe time and yet you seem to be pros perous." ,r "1 am." "How do yon manage It?" "My motto Is, 'Always put o(T till to morrow those you have done today.' " Toledo Blade. Lots of Practice. "Jnnklns, your wife la tbe most bril liant conversationalist 1 know ot" "Well, she's bad lota of praetic. Sbe goes to a theater box party two or three times every week." Chicago Tribune. Calling a Bluff. Father I never smoked when I was your age. Will yon ha able to tell tbat to your son? Willie Not and keep my face aa straight aa you do, pop'" Puck, .. Knowledge Is mora than equivalent to fore. Johnson. Good Goods Grocery Specia First Quality Roast Heppner Blend Steel Cut Ground First Quality Tea Ridgeway's Black Tea Best Baking Powder a u Pink Beans Small White Beans Bayo Beans No. 1 Japan Rice Italian Prunes '; Pickles, mixed and Bacon, Pioneer 10 lb Rex Lard Toilet Soap Good Goods Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Scrivner and son Clarence are visiting in Portland this week. Mrs. Mollie Johnson arrived from Walla Walla ou Mondav evening for a visit of ten days at the home, of her sister. Mrs. C. L. Keithly. The sixteen-months-oll baby of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Herrin is very sick with pn nmonia at their home on upper Willow creek. A babv was born to Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Famsworth at the rieppnei hospital cn Tuesday but its life was of short duration. Mra. Famsworth is getting along nicely. Dvsentery is always serious and often a dangerous disease, but it can be cured. Chamberlain s Ooho, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it even when malignant and epedemio For sale by Patterson & Son. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jenks of Mon ument, are visiting with relatives in Heppner this week. Mrs Jenks is here to be near her daughter. Mrs. Uarl Fernswortb who is very serious ly ill at the Heppner Sanatoiium. We insdvtrtantly overlooked the announcement last week of the mar riage of Mr. Jewel Hale and Miss Pearl Eirkland. The wedding took place on Monday evening, July 8, at the home of Mr. ard Mrs. Ed Hale, in Heopner, Judge J. P. Williams officiating. Mrs. Mary Boyden, of Hepnner has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. P. Miner, a week or two. Accom panied by Charles Heckart, Mrs. Boy den left this morning for Newport, where she will spend several weeks ith Mr. and Mrs. Htckart, who are spending the summer there. Mrs. Boyden is an aunt of Mrs. Heckart. Corvallis Oszette-Times, July 15. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind Yea Have Always Bought Bears the Signature f Lexington and lone Congre gational Services. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. in lone on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month : in Lexington on tbe 2nd and 4th Sundays of tbe month. A FEW Coffee u 10 lb tins u lib tins 1 lb cartons 1 lb cartons 1 lb cans 2 1-2 and 3 lb cans 5 lb cans 15 lbs for 15 lbs for 15 lbs for -14 lbs for 10 lbs for . -per keg 12 to 16 lb 6 bars for . plain MINOR & GO. Hot: Lake LjmeTf If 5 f F l' iUl F r f?i32" SOILMMINERAI SPB ING 'A NATURALHEALTHRESTORATIVE Hot Lake Sanatorium orlers much great lioilins mineral spring provides naturally medicated water and mini containing medicinal properties of great value. The three hundred room Hotel Sanatorium affords ample accommodation. Lse ot tne water is prescribed according to the needs of the - patient, determined by skillful diagnosis. The result Is. the Hot Lake Sanatorium is renllv a cure place. Thousands who have suffered from rheumatism, blood, skin, stomach and kidney disorders have found relief and permanent cure there. The rates are made to conform to the requirements of all classes. Open the year round. Hot Lake Sanatorium Is located in Union County, Eastern Oregon, in the heart of the Blue .Mountains, directly on the main line of the Orfg'on Washingtorx Railroad (Bt Navigation Co., lind can be convenient !y reached from any railroad point in the Northwest. Special reduced round trip fares are made from all points on the O.-W. K. & X. Write for five booklet to HOT LAKE SANATORIUM, WALTER M. PIERCE, Pres. and Mar. Are Your Eyes Troubling YOul If so, see Dr. Herbert W. Copeland, of Pendleton, who is now stopping at the Star Hotel, for two days. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE HIM Consultation free during this visit. Pre scriptions written for highest grade glasses. See him to-day. Do not wait at the expense s of your eyesight. VAWTER CRAWFORD Notaky Public Represents some Leading Fire Insurance Companies, including The Home of New York. The Hartford, and The l'hoeuix ol Ixmdon, nlso American Bonding Co. of Baltimore. Office: Gazette, Heppner, Oregon Any skin itching is a temper tester. The more vou scratch tbe more it itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles, eczema any skin Itching. 50c at all drag stores. Good Goods 27 l-2c $3.25 45c 45c 75c 45c $1.00 1.65 1.00 1.00 1.00 1-00 1.00 1.35 20c $1.65 - . 25c - Good Goods Sanatorium to health n nil. rest seekers. The Insurance Agent A household remedy for 25 years in America Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil. For cuts, sprains, bums, scalds, brnisea. 25o and 50c. At all dru stores.