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About Heppner herald. (Heppner, Or.) 1914-1924 | View This Issue
Wc find our Underwear Department heavily stocked with some sizes, in Vests and Pants and are
making some very attractive prices. Do not miss this.
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BOYS' AND GIRLS' HEAVY FLE ECED UNDERWEAR IN GREY
Vests or Pants, sizes 16 and 18, special - ...18 cents
Vests or Pants, sizes 20 and 22, special , 28 cents
Vests or Pants, sizes 24 and 36, special , ...38 cents
Vests or Pants, sizes 28 and 30, special 43 cents
Vests or Pants, sizes 32 and 34, special , r 48 cents
WOMEN'S FLANNEL UNIONS
Women's Fleeced Unions', Bleached, high neck, long sleeves, $1.25, $1.50
Women's heavy fleeced Vests and Pants, white, each , , $1.50
Women's light-weight Vests or Pants, as low as 35 cents
Women's Wool Pants, very special at, only H 89 cents
felworth Waists and EI
Worthmore and 1
Let us emphasize the fact that these are new fall
cently designed especially for us and for those other
are fortunate enough to have the privilege of selling
Fancy and Plain Taffetas, Plain Satins and Satin Stripes and Plaids, 36
Inches' wide; yard . - .....$2.00 to $2.50
Crepe du Chene An extra heavy and lustrous fabric, 40 inches wide
and in all staple and evening shades; yard $2.00
Silk Crepe A handsome and inexpensive silk for evening wear; 36 in.
wide; yard ..... - 65 cents
t a Dig saving
They have iust arrived and were but re-
progressive stores (only one in every city) who
these wonderful Blouses.
Prices just $2.00 and $1 .00
. BARGAINS IN COMFORT COVERINGS
36-inch Fancy Silk Silkoline Good patterns and colorings, only 20 cents
36-inch Flannelettes and Challies, light colors and good patterns; also
fine for Kimonas; very special; per yars. 25 cents
27-inch Flannelette, light and dark colorings suitable for women's and
children's dresses or for quilt lining; Bqecial.:. 20 cents
I RALPH HENCE BUYS FARM I a PHitMCDC CYOn 1 1"--'-
If you only knew to
bacco you'd get a pouch
of Real Gravely today.
Then you'd have a sat
isfying chew, a good
tasting chew. It lasts so
much longer that any
man can chew this class
of tobacco without extra
goes further that't
why you can get th$ good
taste of this class of tobac
co without extra cost.
eal Gravely Chewing Plug
lov a poucn-ana worm u
Just to Remind You
Ralph Benge, who recently sold
his ranch near the depot to Dr.
Vautrhan and Frank Parker, has
bought the Ralph Scott ranch In
Six-dollar canyon. Tre place con
tains 600 acres and the price paid
Mr. Benge does not erpeot to live
on the ranch but will operate it as
a wheat farm in connection ' with
other lands of his which adjoins the
Scott place. He will nake his Home
If )ou tire the owner of Liberty
the tiist uml seeoiul issues of
should take uihtinl.iiie of the prixilegeof
com ei'lin! them into hoiuls bearing 4 1-
per cent interest. This privilege expires
.N'.i ciiiIk r 'th.
N e .of itt xour erx ice. N ;'! XwvM ti.e
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Eugene Chapel, proprleter of the
Hardman hotel, was a business visit'
or In Heppner yesterday.
Mrs. Arrasmlth arrived from San
Fraclsco Wednesday to visit her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maxwell, be
fore leaving for Ohio where she e-
pects to make her home.
Mrs. H. L. Stiles of Fort Camby
Wash., who's husband Is on his way
to France, arrived Friday evening to
stay with her mother Mrs. Josephine
Jones for the winter and possibly
until her husband returns.
Cyrus Aiken who Is general mana
ger for the Singer Sewing Machine
Co. for Utah. Wyoming and Idaho
with headquarters at Salt Lake, was
here for a few days during the week
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Allien. He left for home Wed
nemlay accompanied by his wife and
little Hon who have been visiting here
for several months. Mr. Aiken's rlw
with the Sinner Co. has been rapid
Stiuiints with the company is mon
lbs UKt at $"." per week he nnwrom
muttriH a ea'.aiy iT Jj'.iiO per year.
t xour erx ice. N'x-pb WrM
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Tin- n'lled art.it M:u-I Ih.
ruin n li. ri line In -t Hi e r;r.
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"Mi- .Mv I, , i", . l . I . x l
Flyors Outdo Foe
Skill In Use of Weapons Gives Vlo-
tory In CombaU With
Somewhere In France. Accurate
machine-gun Are Is the chief require
ment of the successful combat avia
tor, allied aviation experts agree. For
tunately for the allies, that Is one de
partment In which their aviators ex-
It Is Interesting to note the progress
made In the weapons used by aviators.
At the opening of hostilities airplanes
were used mainly for observation
work. Their pilots were armed gener
ally with carbines, and sometimes only
with a revolver. Then came the fight'
Ing airplanes and the single and dou
hie machine gun.
But these newer and more deadly
weapons are useless unless property
aimed, and this Is no small task, as
the pilot must aim not his gun, but
his whole machine. He must use his
airplane as a gun mount. It Is easy
to conjure some or the pilot's dltTlcul
ties when the gun mount Is maneuver
ing iiinl traveling twice as fiiNt as any
express train, while Its target Is Id
Nor Is that all the difference be
tween aerial and ground gunnery. On
tin" ground ammunition In prm'tlen'ly
unlimited. In an nlrpliine every ounce
of welulit count j. nti'1 n in tu it n 1 1 1 i li Is
therefore slrletly limited. The great
er, eonnfitietiily, Is the need for ao
turiiey III Khootltig.
It li Important that no nmniit'iltloti
PEOPLES CASH MARKET
HENRY SCHWARZ. Proprietor
lm!l be rnrrbd wMeli Is no
Iv rellal.le, tsti-l till H Kei
t. i4- '. t;!!'. i.re r 'or,
t' ' a .! i in at :i i n'.. I i.,,.
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I handle all kinds ef
Fresh and Salt Meats and Poultry,
Lard, Compounds, Sausages
I Highest Cash Prices Paid for Poultry, Hides, Etc.
i Heppner - - - Oreg'on
are won with
metal save it.
Iron and steel are needed (or
tanki, gunt, ammunition,
hips, railroads, etc. Folks at
home must save iron and steel
to help win the war.
Use the old range
until after the war.
MVe your old range da little longer
by having it repaired. If it's pad
rpnmn;i, then lb next beat atep is
lo buy the range that aavea fuel, food
nd repairs, Iha Majeatic't Viet
tight riveting prevent fuel waate
its perfect baking prevent food
tvatte.and it unbreakable malleable
iron and ruii-reaittma charcoal iron
tnaka repair raid need.
GILL! AM C BIS3EE
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