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I Ice Cream Soda, Ras. Porter, Orangette, Red
Cigars and Tobaccos
i In fact everything good to drink and smoke at
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An attachment for hoe drills as illustrated here
baa two very valuable and impor ant features
which eve-y rrogressive farmer will appreciate -t
once. They are made to lit any hoe, are easily
adjusted and answer the double Durpoteof regu
lating the depth of sowing and at 'he same time
presi-es the soil firmly around the grain thus insur
ine immtdiate germination.
f plendid results are obtained from their use,
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YOU WILL TAKE PRIDE IN DRIVING IN ONE OF
OUR BUGGIES. YOU'LL HAVE A STYLISH ONE.
ONLY THE STRONGEST SEASONED WOODS GO
INTO THE MAKE-UP OF OUR BUGGIESs AND THE
PALNT WONT CRACK.
WE SELL LOTS OF BUGGIES THAT'S WHY WE
SELL THEM CHEAP: WE SELL BUGGIES CHEAP
THAT'S WHY WE SELL LOTS OF THEM.
WE SELL WAGONS. TOO-THE BAIN WAGON WITH
JONES NEVER-DRY BOX. OIL IT WITHOUT TAKING
THE WHEEL OFF. ONE OILING LASTS TWENTY DAYS.
BUY TWO Or THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE THE
BEST THERE IS.
Gilliam h. Bisbee
THE CAZET Tf -TIMES
Tha Heppnar Cazatta, Established March 30, 1883
Tha Heppner Times, Established Nov. 18, 1897
Consolidated February S. 1912.
VAWTER CRAWFORD. Editor and Proprietor
Issued every Thursday morning, and entered at
the Postoffice at Heppner, Oregon, as second
One Year $1.50
Six Month 75
Three Months 50
Single Copies, 05
Display, transient, running less than one month,
first insertion, per inch, 25c; subsequent in
sertions, 12 1.2c: display, regular, 12 l-2c;
locals, first insertion, per line, 10c; subsequent
insertions, per line, 5c; lodge resolutions, per
line, 5c; church socials and all advertising of
entertainments conducted for pay, regular rates.
last April These sheets n uot con
Bixtaut, hi it would seem the direct
primnry ia nil rishi ao long as their
pet candidate sets the nomination,
but when the wrong man is eleoted,
then to hell with the primary. It in
just tha same with their boa the Bull
Moose, so lone as a Republican con
vention elected him it was all right
but when Taft not the nnmiooation it
was all wrong. T. R. d'd not tage his
medicine like a man, which has Inst
him anv chance he ever had of being
(president again. Condon Times.
Thursday, August 8. . . . . .1912
A TARNISHED HALO.
The Bull Moose party's platform
plank "Thou shalt not steal will be
a tarnished naio in every state wnere
an effort is made to induce republican
electors to vote for the bolting third
party's candidate. Such an attempt
is not only a cold steal, bat is a close
approximation of subornation of per
jury. It is merely offering induce
ments to regularly elected republican
s ectors to break a pledge that has
been held inviolate since the founda
tion of the American reoubiio.
President Taft is ihe rgularlv chos
en nominee of the rcpublioan party.
He was chosen exactly as all other
presidential candidates have been
chosen. The charge of theft at Chica
go convetition were made for the spe
cific purpose of furnishing exense for
tlird party in case Roosevelt failed to
secure the nomination.
The executive committee of the
Multnomah county central committee
is askins of every candidate for office,
including electors, whether he consid
ers himself a republicau, and whether
he will uphold the resular aor.ion of.
the republican party. It annonuces
that it will support all regular repub
lican, and will orpnse all who are
not. It is fully justified in its act
ion, and the central committees of
othr counties should follow a similar
The candidate who condemns the re
publican party, and at the aame time
seeks to take advantage of a nomina
tion secured at the hands of republicans
is not a clean politicin, and is not
deserving of clean support. This is
narticnUry troe of electors, who are
chosen for the express purpose of reg
istering in the electoral college the
will of their party. They are bound
bv a pledge that is unwutten.but that
has always bound men of honor.
If any elector chosen at the repub
lican primaries last spring feels that
he cannot cast his vote for the choice
of the republican patty, he should
resien. If he wishes to cast an elec
toral vote for the candidate of a third
party, he can go before the conven
tion" that Is to be held on August 5
and ask for another nomination.
No candidate who was chosen as a
republican elector last soring can
break his cledee to oast bis vote for
the republican nominee without taint
ing his political honor. His action
would be in no essential way different
from that of the state legislator who
would break his Statement One
pledge. Eugene Register.
What Is a Real Booster.
If yob want to become a real boos
ter in your community begin in a small
way. Just do the little thineS you
know should bo donv, acd you will be
surprised to see how quickly they will
take root and srow into big things.
We believe that mere people would be
boosters, real boosters, if they under
sood the word rightly. To be a real
booster cne must believe in om self.
Further, he must believe in his town,
his community, the people about him
and above everything else he must
believe in the best ana see the best
Do you know that we grow by act
ually doing something? . Another thing
we trow iu the directiou in which we
act. If you are a buildor by nature
you will help build up your town. If
voq think in a constructive manner,
it's a fact that others about you will
begin to think and act the same way.
So that your being a renl booster act
ually creates other boosters. If a
community ot people all tbink one
way, and that way is toward develop
ment, it is certain tbat community
will grow. If you help others you
help vourself. It's to yonr own in
terest that your town, the community
in which you make your home, should
be progressive. You are the man
that reaps the results of your own
boosting. Are you a real booster?
N. W. Farmstead.
The socalled Progressive newspapers
that failed to get Bourne the nomina
tion for Senator from Oregon are how
ling because Mr. Selling will not join
the new party and support Roosevelt
or tell them what he will do. These
papers that profess to be progressive,
and Republican, forset tbat in fighting
Mr. Selling they are fighting the will
of tha people, whom they are so fond
of, at Selling was the people's choice
t'l) lK Men Full
v'ctims to stomach, liver and Kidney
troubles just like other people, with
like results in loss of appetite, back
ache, nervousness, headache, and tired,
listless run-down feeling. But there's
no need to feel like that as T. D.
Peebles. Henry, Tenn. , proved. "Six
bottles of Electric Bitters', he
writes, "did more to eive me new
strength and good appetite than all
other stomach remedies I used." So
they help everybody. 'Its folly tc
suffer when this great remedy will
help you from the first dose. Try it.
Only 50c at Slocum Drug Co.
Miss Mertie and Effie White of
Portland are visiting their mother,
Mrs. John McOoruilck.
Mr. and Mrs. X. JU Dorman are
entertaining thier daughter Lota and
her husband this week.
Mrs. Powell, wife of Rev. Powell,
is on the sick list. We hope Mrs
Powell will soon recover
Howard Lane and wife went to the
mountains on Saturday. Mrs. Lane
expects to be gone a month.
. Mr. Scott and hia family and Mr,
Sykea went iu an auto on Sunday to
the mountains and picked huckleber
Mrs. Lou Barton, formerly Mrs.
Loren Browers, of Lexington, visited
the past week with friends in our
Mr. L. A. Doak, of Virginia, has
been engaged as the new principal of
the public school at Lexington and hia
brother Stephen for the second room.
' All the farmers are saying this
year "How nice it is to come to town
and be able to set all the fruits and
vegetables we want for our harves
ters." The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Congregational church will serve
ice sream and cake at the Reading
room on Saturday afternoon and eve
ning, August 10. Eevervbodv invited.
Rev. Powell preached a very good
sermon at the Methodist church - on
Sunday evening. If the people knew
what an interesting sptakr Mr.
Powell is, there would certainly be
There will be a basket dinner at, the
Methodist church on Sunday August
18. Come all and bring basket din
ner and enjoy a good time both soc
ially and religiously. The pastoi ex
tends an invitation to all.
That Friedrich The Taijor is busy
even thia dull season.. Of course he
is turning out the best made and
shape-retaining clothes for less money
than any other ooncern. tf.
Seed Wheat For Sale.
I have for sale at my ranch near
Lexington, for seed, a quantity of the
wheat known as No. 128, a cross of
Turkey Red and red chaff club. Will
book ordets for this wheat at 80c per
bushel. Wheat is not threshed yet
and can be seen growing on my place
at this time. I also have red ohaff
club, snipped from Adams, Oregon
Call on or address
F. E. MASON, Lexington, Oregon.
FOR 'SALE Two mares, an organ
and a carpet. For further particulars,
call or address this office.
Delicious sodas and ice cream sodas
at The Palm.
This gteat instiution opens its doors
for the fall semester on September
20th. Gouises of instruction include:
General Agriculture. Argonomy Ani
mal Husbandry, Dairy Husbandry,
Bacteriology, Botany and Plant Path
oloyg, Poultry Husbandry, Horticul
ture, Etomology, Veterinary Scienoe,
Civil Engineering, Electrical Engin
eering, Mining Engineering, Highway
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Domestio Science, Domestic Art, Cora
meice Forestry, Pharmacy, Zoology,
Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics,
English Language and Literature, Pub
lic Speaking, Modern Language, His
tory, Art, Architecture, Industrial
Pedagogy Physical Education, MiliUry
Science and Tactics, and Music.
Catalogue and illustrated literature
mailed free on application. Address:
Registrar Oregon Agiroultural Col
lege, Corvallis, Oregon.
SCHOOL YEAR OPENS" SEPTEM
Salem, Sept. 2.7, 1912
$1 8000 offered in Premiums
on Livestock, Poultry, Agricul
tuarl and other products.
' Races, Dog Show, Shooting Tournament,
Band Concerts, Fireworks and Free Attrac
tions. Send for Premium List and
Entry Blanks. REDUCED RATES
ON ALL RAILROADS.
For Particulars Address
FRANK MEREDITH, Secretary,
Special for Tonight
Hearde'B Overland Co. with a show for ladies, gentlemen and
children. If you like good singing and dancing come and see this
show. Come and see Ollle Hearde escape from an Oregon straight
Jacket. One of the most daring acts of the day. And the dogs.
well they do some tricks that are just great. This show is a jv
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guaranteed attraction If we dont please you we dont want
your money. Bring the children to see the angora cats.
The Sheriff's Friend A western dramu that U-ats them all.
The Ruling Passion Biograph
Bettle's Buttons Drama .
The Silent Tongue Edison Comedy. .
Friday and Saturday.
An Indian Vestal. Selig The strange story of a white Indian
PATHE'S WEEKLY Key West, Florida-Throngs
crowd the city to welcome the tirst "Over Sea" train on the
Florida KaHt Coast Railway from Tampa to Key West 128
Qmngh, Ireland The inhabitants parade in protest
home rule for Ireland.
-New York The Itepublica, the first Portugese warship to
visit. Canada, anchors in the Hudson.
Fountain of Youth Lubin Comedy.
Her Secret Another one ol those Lubin side-splitters.
The Standard Machinery the World Over
VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner
City Meat Market
KINSMAN & HALL, Proprietors
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
SUGAR CURED HAMS
Good Lard, About 10 lbs. $1.50
Lowest Prices on Meat for Harvest.
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.