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GREAT 155 Of P
ller-orta vt 30,000 Cases of Kidney
Trouble, Sumo cf Them
Kiicli of soma d.OOO newspapers of
tho United States is publishini; from
week to week, names of people in its
j-acticulat neighuorheod, w ho have
used ml reccniiiieudei Heon's Kidney
Pills for kidney backache ami urinary
disorders. This ma-s cf privrf includes
ever :l,000 testimonials. : lleppner is
n o:c:tu-.n. Here is en? of the
lict prrr c.ises.
A. S. fioreh, farmer . llq prior, Ore-
icon, suvs: " For about thv years I )
l.ad gravel ami kidney txull. Ti.ere j
ixus much pain lii t on;; H n.y uumi.s
and tit ore time I wus laid up for t.to
weeks. The doctor's twatuienC help
ed ine grdiv. hut it iv as rot until 1
Uied Dean's Kidnev cilia that I re
ceived any great benefit, 'this prepar
ation has dene so much fur me that I
ftlA-.Uv rrcoar.uend it to othsr kidrey
Vor aiT bv a (font-re. Ftiee SO cents.
ro-ter-.AHbutn Co. Bullalo. New
York, sole agents fur the United
- Remember the nane -Dean's--and
lake no other.
Red Front Livery &
Willis Stewart, Prop
ig to 1 1 rive
Hacks and Bu
AUOl'N D AND
F.E US. WK CATl-JK
TO THE : : : : :
'and can fv rnish
rigs and driver on
short notice : :
"HEPPNER, - OREGON
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1'orf !!, v. Nit"-" the inHi'-nt uw vaj be
ani! IS urrecfid in linie :or eauh iswtio. H
fl f; k ymf" A t !nc:rer for the
f-s'.m tj't huiiic. an ''tittTtjiifiiri tory paee
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FOOD FOR A GENIUS.
Diet That Enabled Mrs. Siddoni to
Riso to Lady Macbeth.
It is not altogether easy to imnsine
a Lady M;ieleili eating chops. Vet her
proalest impcrsoi.utor got her inspira
tinn from them. If one may reiy on no
iiltogeihor delightful authority, cm n
certain occasion, writes E. V, Lucas In
Ids book 'The Second rest." the paint
er llaydoii paid his butcher, who re
ciprocated by expressing great admira
t i, in for the artist's painiing of "Alex
ami!'!'." "Culto alive, sir.'' said the bu'eher.
"1 am Kind yem think so," said the
"Ye. sir; In:!, as I have often said
t lay sister. 'you could net have paint
ed that picture, sir, if you had not eat
my meat, sir.''
'Very true, Mr. Sowerby."
"Ah, sir, I have a fancy for geu'us,
"clave you, .Mr. Mwero. :
"Yes, sir. Mrs. Siddons. sir. has eat
my meat, sir. Never was such a wom
an for chops, sir: Ah, sir, she was n
"She was, Mr. Sowerby."
"Ah, sir, when she used to net that
there character-but. Lord, such a
head, "as 1 say to my sister that there
woman, sir, .that murders n king be
"Oil, Lady Macbeth
Ah. sir, that's it Lady Macbeth. I
used to pet up with the butler behind
her carriage when she acted, and I
used to see her looking quite wild mid
all the people quite frightened. , 'Alia,
my lady.' says I. 'if it wasn't for my
meat, though, you wouldn't be abie to
do that!' "
the cjTtcn industry.
Alexander Hamilton Foresavv is
poripr.co In Tills Country.
There exists in the archives of one
of the oldest among the cotton spin
ning families in northern Xew Jersey
a long letter from a banker of .Xifrr
York addressed to Alexander Hamilton
when he was secretary of the treasury.
The banker had beard that Hamilton
purposed to build a cotton mill at 1'at
erso'.i, X. J. This project the bunker
condemned and stated that it was the
j opinion of all the merchants in Xew
York whom he knew that not iu a hun
dred years would the cotton milling
business in tha t'uited States employ
Hamilton went ahead and planned
the industrial town lie named Paterson
and also planned and financed a com
pany for developing a water piwer and
for financing corporations thereat.
Hamilton's original company, known
as the Society For Useful Manufac
tures, exists to this day at Paterson.
The agent whom Hamilton sent to
England to buy cotton mill machinery
was instructed to have it "knocked
down" and placed in smail boxes that
were to be marked '"Bibles For the
Moravians of Pennsylvania." It was
at that time against the laws of Eng
land to ship any kind of Industrial ma
chinery out of the kingdom. Hamil
ton's brother and two of his agents
were caught trying to ship the cotton
mill machinery to raterson, and they
were imprisoned for ten months. Cot
ton. Waldo and the Pickled Peppers.
"Now. dearie." said the nurse, "I
want you to learn this nice little poem
about "Peter Piper picked a peck of
pickled peppers.' "
"Shan't:" answered the Boston child,
much in the manner of other children.
"Oh. naughty, naughty: Why. Wal
do, why won't you learn this pretty
"For two reasons," answered Wnldn.
"In the first place, the alliteration of
the line yen quote is so excessive ;'.s to
destroy any literary finish - that such
ndventit'oes aids to metrical ("imposi
And, in the
iaioos -dbi li: i
used more sparimr
'ond place, consider
of pi. -kirn; p-ppers
been pi' kl"d. The
tic ;, t : ion of
s in." Boston Trav-
;;;:r on an
1 1 bog
i t. b-
bael: .: h
Yea :-:l" h
. In the
rt-r ' f
Ide of Man.
I'.e ). .. 1 lid!
lei filled 1 i '
'li'di wa.s :"
r is sever!
v i; si t
a: it has 1
ire e its creel ion.
Twice Too Much.
cadi are l etter than
' 1 lid
e C-y,:bia h"s
i:i: fc:i., ids!.
Ler room -eu'l
has been a
'" ora tM
great giil for bavin? arms
The Innocr-r.t seldom
p.li j vr. Cow i'tr.
find nn uneasy
DUST IN THE AIR.
It Influence Upon the Sun'i Heat In
When tin" nil' Is Very thick nud hazy
it may contain tiouting dust pnrtleles
to the number of from 10,000 to 20,000
In every cubic centimeter, while a cu
bic centimeter of very clear air may
contain only from a dozen to n few
hundred particles. f
An English observer's data indicate
that there is a rel.itioa between the
quantity of dust and the temperature
:f the air. A great amount of d;u:t it is
thought. Increases the temperature In
the daytime and cheeks the fall of tem
perature at nb;ht.
The reason is that the presence of
desi serves as an ob.-irucllon to the
free radiation of beat through the air.
The sunbeams pn-s i.;ri!;.'i very pure,
clear air without lending much heat to
it, and at night, the he.it received by
i!u --.round dining the day readily es
capes through the same air, but if the
! atmosphere is heavily laden with dust
J the sun's rays are partly arrested by
the particles which, becoming heated.
in turn warm (he air, mil! in like ipan
I iter heat radiated from the eai-Ji at
night is retained in the hazy layers of
air in contact with its surface.
Without its atmosphere, which serves
as n coverlet to protect it against the
fearful cold of space, the surface of
the earih would be frozen like that of
the airless moon. But the data fath
ered by reliable observers showcthat
the atmospheric blanket wrapped
around our planet varies in its pj.wer
to retain heat in proportion ' to'! the
amount of dust particles it. contains.
DEATH BY DCW,!f:Gi '-
Sinking and Rising Depend.'
Water In ihs .Lungs.'
A ctoud of old salts at Sr. Her
Harbor were disemisin-.' the popular
belief that a drowning person must
come to the surface of the water jlhive
times before ho can possibly drewii.
"Well," said Captain Tom Morgan,
there is little ground for that suppo
sition. The truth is, a drowningfiVr
son may sink the fnvt time, nevrr to
rise again, or ho may, as in thd ma
jority f ens rise tltroo times lai'ore
he sinks forever. j .
"It all -depeud-i on the quantity of
water that he swallows when he sinks
and the size of .his lungs. The litrman
hudy in life naturally floats while 'the
lungs are inflated. So long as 'one
keeps his head above the water hfean
float with very littlo effort. !!J :
"P.ut as soon as the person sinks he
gulps down a lot of water. If after
ho has swallowed this water he has
any air left iu his lungs he wilb un
doubtedly rise again and will continue
to sink and rise until all the air. has
been worked out of his lungs. .
"In most cases the frightened victim
swallows enough water when he sinks
the first time to leave li'm exhausted,
but as there is still atr left in the lungs
he -soon finds liims4f on the-surfnee
again. Each time he sinks, however,
the supply of air in his lungs grows
less until' ultimately there is nothing
left to support him. when he will
drown." Xew York Herald.
Th3 Second Man.
A teacher said to her class, "Who
was the first man?"
"George Washington," a little boy
"How do you make out that George
Washington was the first man?" said
the teacher, smiling indulgently.
"Because," said the little boy, "he
was first in war, first in peace and first
in the hearts of his countrymen."
But at this point a larger boy held
up bis hand. "Well," said the teacher
to him, "who do you think was the
"I don't know what bis name was,"
said the laruer boy, "but I know it
wasn't George Wa-.hiu'.n'on, ma'a.u, be
cause the history book says Gcn.-ge
Washington married a widow, so of
course then; ma.-t hi ve been a man
ahead of him." Xew York Press.
Cities cf Refuge.
Hie tuHSulfiio'is days of old. v.-h
y rein's hand w.ss against '"'".'
mail and eve: y o ': r ma n's h 'I
:st him." wheo. iiin, pi-ineiiile
orot-i'.s of la w" w;,s pwiicai
d flv for
until ! is
i": -r co;
Hers the Credit.
ro , r
or I. is
ri i "o
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: l.i. i h-i' t
nil I !: ive i
.' i u.
; i e'ty strong
"No. oidy j:
t managing to keep out
.f u rave."
"i i'.. I'm sorry to hear tl
Li or .try.
BREATH OF A WOLF.
Her:'s a Persian Remedy if a Bone
Sticks In Your Throat.'
A nnv a ml ingenious remedy for n
hone iu the throat will be found in nu
account of a Persian pilgrimage pub
lished under the title of "Thj Glory
of the Shin World." The doctor was
Mir.a Smlik Khan, chief physician of
the vakil ul mull; :
"The patient was brought in on the
verge of death, and when his condi
tion had been described the learned
physician stroked his long beard and
exclaimed: 'By Allah.' This case would
be hopeless except for me. whose per
ception is phenomenal. The cause of
this lean's stale- is -a bone lodged in
the -throat so firmly that no efforts
avail to. dislodge it. -Therefore oil her
the man -must qui"kiy die or the bone
must be dissolved, anil by wind agen
cy'.'. Thanks be to Allah, I am a phy
sician and a Kermaui and have ob
served that wolves, who live on raw
meat and bones, never suffer any
calamity such as that of the patient.
Therefore, it is, clear to me that the
breath of n wolf dissolves bones and
that if one .breathes down the throat
of a patient the bone will be dissolv
ed.' "Infinite are the marvels of Allah,
for when a 'wolf belonging to a buf
foon was brought in and breathed on
the patient suddenly a fit of choking
ensued and the bone,' dissolved with
out doubt by the breath of the wolf,
was loosened and extracted."
LOSSES AT MONTE CARLO.
Not at tho Gaming Tables, but From
Thieves and Pickpoeka;.1;.
The extent to which pi -kpockcts car
ry on their calling at Monte Carlo is
t-hown by the experiences of an Kng
lish)vo:niin, the wife of a prominent
member of the British colony pi Paris.
While playing at the gaming tables in
the casino she found suddenly that
somebedy had opened her. bag and
stolen her pur-s which eoo;:;i,:iM sev
er.:! hundred dollars. In a .letter to
her husband she writes; ,
"It was about o'clock when they
entered my complaint and a descrip
tion of the purse in the lodger. 1 re
turned after 7 o'clock, and the clerk
had to turn back three pages to find
" 'Surely,' I said, 'these are not all
losses that have occurred since 1 was
here two hours ago?'
" 'Y'es, madiune. they are.' lie replied,
'and it's the same every day.'"
The writer thinks that "losses" is
scarcely the right word to use. She
relates the case of another Englishwo
man who was robbed of Jrl.'i.ii) in the
same way .a'-i herself. The victim ac
tually caught a woman's hand in her
bag and she held on until some detec
tives arrived, but the thief had already
passed the notes to an accomplice, and
she was allowed to go. Cor. Xew York
Many years ago when Colonel Fro
bel of Atlanta was called on to gauge
the water in a neighboring stream be
one day had an amusing encounter
with an old farmer who came along
7n a wood cart drawn by an ox.
When he reached the colonel he stop
ped fiie cart and inquired peremptorily:
"What on 'arth are them men doin'
"They are trying to find ont how
many buckptfuls of water run down
this creek in twenty-four hours," said
"Mister, are that a true fact?" asked
"Yes; that's just what it is," said the
"Well, mister," said the old man in a
tone of much disapproval and anxiety,
"it mought be all right, but. it do ap
pear to me such doin's are onconstijoo
tional.'" Youth's Companion.
:iil H?.:l It.
on trial, charged with
He pleaded not guilty,
and as h
was unable to hire an atlor-
ney the judge app-dttf d Law yer Clear
em as counsel. ( ii'iirem 'put up a
strong plea iu defense, and Kastus was
Counsel .".ml ' iicut met a few min
utes later oc'side the court roor.i.
"Now. Uas; u." said Ch-mom. "yon
know the court allows the counsel very
little for defending this kiii.1 of cafe.
I worked haul for you and got you
clear. I'm eirbled to mii. h more pay
than I'm getting for my valuable serv
ices, and yiru should dig up a t: md
si:-i"d fee. Have you got ray l.ion 'y?"
"Yes. boss." replied i'.astus, "I Mill
t (l it selicii 1 1; lis and cigh
Eathered t'no Earter. I
'How .'lie thingsV" the
.Cointlv d' the .- lu iui: i
barber asked I
g man in tin
And the l-nl-l
I of the
if !: tic
ueht the ri
al. 'on Tele-
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gl.-.cod us usual.
"As to how?"
"CU to tic ei.d
tlii-e forks and i
s ill un-
.Ct i hy j. n,
. ife as you did
iinw. Henry, you
i-li iii.ei.'ioii to your
befo-.-i- . u were m ar
tv. ioe es .,
P-H-U- I."!'.'!. yesl I Ii. nd
c.'e k now. -Toledo Blade.
A fool always wants to fdio.-ten space
ami lime; a wise man wants to length
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