Heppner times. (Heppner, Or.) 1???-1912, February 04, 1904, Image 4

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ANY SUIT, COAT
OR SKIRT IN THE
STORE AT
1-2 PRICE
ANY SUIT, COAT
OR SKIRT IN THE
STORE AT
1-2 PRICE
GREAT UNDERPRICE SALE OF BROKEN LINES
To Be Continued Until All Odd Lots Are Disposed of
Cost price and a great deal less than cost is the system. We have set about to clear out all odd lots and bro
ken lines and are determined that the Spring of 1904 will find us with the best selected, brightest and most
up-to-date stock in Eastern Oregon. Men's Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Cloaks,
Suits and Ready-to-wear goods, Tinware, Hardware, China andGraniteware.all at underprices which you have
never deemed possible, and in fact are made so only by the perfect buying system of The Fair Store Company
We advise you to anticipate your wants as this is surely an opportunity of the most unusual attractiveness.
Items From the Ready-to-wear Section
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HAINES
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(Successor to WlvU.S it COMPANY.)
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Ladies $15 suits at $7.50
Any of the ladies' Tailor Made Suits at one-half
v,.ir rMilr nric. Think of it. the already low
r,ri nf The Fair Store cut in half. All are new
and desirable goods of the 1904 aeRson. Materials
are Serges Z belines and Stylish mixed Suitings;
all sires, all prices at just HALF value.
Children $5 coats $2.50
All the Childrens coat in sizes 2 to 14, and Misses
sizes 14 to 18 are reduced to HALF the regular
prke. All shades Zibeline, K. rseys and heavy
cloaking. Any price, any size at HALF value
$1.50 street hats at 25c
Street hats includidg almost all styles and colors,
all the regular $1, $1 25 and $1.50 goods in one lot
at, choice 25c
$3.50 Street Hats at 1.25
All i.adies street hats ranging in price irom flio
to $3 50 at the uniform price of $1 25. Some very
dMinhl poods in felts and beavers. All shsdes.
choice of the lot at $1-25
$5 Trimmed hats at 1.98
Every bat in the store, not included in the other
two lines, is included in this lot. Mostly all are
trimmed goods in the most artistic styles. Regular
prices run as high as $o, choice of lot Jl 89
Waists -5 off Reg. Price
An exceptionally fine showing of splendid waists
in flannel and mercerized effects. All are of the
at est 1904 type and have all the newest and most
original style pattetns. Regular prices run 75c to
$0 Special prices 1 5 off or 20 per cent discount,
$ 1 .50 Dres'ng Sacks 98c
Very pretty dressing sackt of all wool eiderdowns,
pink, blues and grt ya, very pretty trimmed effects
wiih applique collar effects and piped edges, any
size, choice of lot "8c
Carpets, Rugs, Mattings
Oak, Ash, Fir and Mnplo Bed Suits $18 to $-15
The most complete lino ever shown in Heppner
Fine pillows nnd comforts. All wool blankets,
mado at Union woolen mills. Nice new pat
terns of Floor Oilcloth, at 35c and 40c per yard
Linoleum, at - - COc and G5o per yard
New Homo Sewing Machines, tho best on earth,
from $32.50 to $50. Organs $80, $J5 and $110
Stoves and Ranges
And Cooking Utensils, Cheap. Crockery, Lamps
and Clocks, Win, A. Rogers' Silverware - -
Anything not carried in tck cheerfully ordered,
cheaper than you can send for it
BRUCIC HAINES, Prop
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Bargains in Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings
07 Rn fWc Suits at A 75' $15 Men's Suits at 9.85! All Wool Underwear 83c
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Boys' suits in Norfolk Sailor, double breasted end
thre piece stvles. Materials are worsted, eerues
cheviots Suits that were priced at $5. $6 and
$7 50, all thrown in one lot for a quick clean up.
Ail sizes, all styles and a large variety of pattern,
choice of the lot fr-75
25c Boy's Caps at 10c
Ail hn. irolf. sailor and scotch in colors, plain
weaves and mixed, all sizes, choice of the lot. .25c
Millrr'a nerfect fittine clothine in all the ne
worsteds, serges and cheviot weaves, worth regu
larlv 12.50 to 15. ami put in tor a special sale.
Truly a splendid opportunity as all are recognized
highest grade goods
the lot
All kizee 34 to 44. choice of
$9 85
$15 Men's Overcoats 8.85
Stvlish coats ot heavy meltons, vicunas and mixed
coating All are maile up in the very latest style
of cut and finish We guarantee them to be the
regular $12 50 and $15 goods, special price. . .$3.85
All the regular $1 and $1 25 Men's all wool uuder
wear in ribbed and flat goods. Tans, blue and
natutal wool colors, all sizes, the regular $1 00 and
$1 25 values at
50c Men's Neckwear 38c
Four-in hands, tecks and ascota in the new l'.W4
silks. Very pretty and desirable goods in all the
shades and colors. Regular 50c good, choice. .158c
$i oo Men'B Hots at 25c
All cheap felt hats ranging in price from 75c to
$125 lilack, brown, nutria and gray, all sizrs
ami shapes, choice of lot .'. 25c
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
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Published Every Thursday by
A. J. HICKS
may have oue of the most
tractive parks of any town in
country.
O SUBCRIPTION
On Year
Six Month
Three Month
RATES: O
91.00
75
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Entered at the Postofflce at Heppner, Oregon
as second-rlau matter.
B1WI.IVH POUT NO. 81. Q. A. R. MEET Al
Odd Fellows' Hall at Heppner, every tbiri
batardny ol emi d moniD.
G. w. Khka. Adj. G. . SMITH, C om
THURSDAY. FEB. 4. 1904.
The groundhog saw hi ha1n
Tuesday the 2, and, -ccording
the oi l proverb, we are "stucl.
for six weeks more of wint
weather. In other words we vii
have a late pprinz opening.
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The Oregon Ir:ieator, pubish
at the new town of Itrigon in th
northern part of this county, pad
its debut last Wednesday. It W
four page, tix columu in size and
has a very neat appearance. F.
B. Hotbrook, manager for the
Oregon Land & Water Company,
is its editor. The object of the
paper can be learned from a, para
graph in its firBt issue, which reads:
"A its name indicates tbH paper
has been established for the pur
po-e ol preaching the gospel of ir
rigation, and more particularly ir
rigation in Oregon. To that end
we intend to devote our best ener
gits and all of our resources."
The proposition of R. F. Hynd
fir a cry park for the town of
Heppner is a good one and the
city officials houM not delay the
acceptance thereof and providing
the town with this much needed
improvement. It is agreed that
there is In tier spot in the city
for the making of a beautiful park
than this. The soil is rich, the
urface level aud all other con
dition! favorable. All tht re
mains to make it an attractive plot
is the planting of trees, ihrubl-ry
n.l grass, snd with the proper care,
in Usi than fire yurs II ppner
hen the present work, now
under way, upon Heppner's streets
is completed no city in Eastern
Oregon will have better streets,
and the city council i& deserving
of due credit for its good work
along thie line. Main, May, Gale
and Church streets, the most
traveled thoroughfares, will be
made self draining, that is round
ing in the center so that the water
will ilrain each way to the curbs.
As Main street has much gravel
and crushed rock it is believed
that the present improvements
will clear it of mud, or compara
tively so, at all seasons of the year,
beside the street present a much
more attractive appearance than
he level street even in the dry
reason.
Tha Pendleton Tribune, in its
Sunday edition, throws some light
upon the gigantic combination of
heat buyers who control prices in
Eat-tern Oregon and Watbington.
The Washington wheat growers
were the faret to uiscover the ex
istence of the powerful combination,
and laid the matter before the com
mercial club of Spokane which
drafted strong resolutions atking
Governor Mc Bride to intefere an.
declare the combination a monop-
ly. The operations of the buyers
a t .1 11 r
is explained in tins way: "io
local buyer is allowed to purchase
wheat from another buyer's ware
house " So when ft farmer, having
wheat to sell that is stored in a
certain warehouse, goes to the
various buyers and offers his grain
for sale he Is invariably turned
down and forced to sell to the
buyer in whoe warehouse his
wheat is stored. This being the
case there apeare but one solution
of the problem, and that is for the
farmers to combine and build their
own warehouses for the storage of
their crops.
A statement showing the debts
of the leading nations of the world
has been recently given out by the
Bureau of Satisticts in Washing
ton. The grand total indebtness
of the civilized powers is placed
at about thirty-five billion dollars,
about one-half of which ia carried
by five countries, viz., France.
Great Brittain, Germany, Italy
and Spain. France heads the list
with an indebtedness of nearly six
billion dollars; Great Britain fol
lows with nearly four billion ;
Russia is third with about three
and a half billion; Italy ana Spain
come next with a debt of someth
ing more than two and one-half
billions each. The United States
makes the best showing of all,
having a debt ot less than one
billion dollarB. The imperial debt
of Germany is only about seven
hundred million dollars, but the
states which comprise the German
Empire have in aggregate debts of
more than two and a half billion.
In per capita New Ze.and and
Australia heads the list, the former
having a debt of $327 and the
latter of $277 for each inhabitant.
wo have a complete stock of
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, PAINTS,
OILS, NAILS, WIRE, ETC.
Chinaware Decorated wltli
Heppner Flood Scenen a
Useful and Pretty Souvenir
1 he per capita debt of trance is
$ir.0; of Spain. $110: of Great
Britain, $92 59, while that of the
United StateB is but $11.51. There
Is a theory that "a national debt
is a national blessing." This
theory is accepted by our masters
of finance, who hdve mane our
great National banking system de
pendent upon Uuited States bonds.
Thus, so far from feeling the pinch
of debt, the Nation thrives and
does business upon ite bonded in
debtedness. Oregonian. 4
The BAIN Wagon
Gilliam&J3isbee
Roosters for Sale.
I bave tome full blood Black Menorca
and R. C. White Leghorn roosters for
ale cheap for the neit 30 dayt Coll on
or addrci. C. K Jones,
Eight Mile, Oregon.
Another Caae of Rheumatism Cured
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
The efficacy of Chamberlain's V n
Balm in the relief of rheumatUra is being
demonstrated daily, Parker Triplett, of
Grimsby, Va , says that Chamberlain's
Pain Balm gave him permanent relief
from rheumatism in the back when every
thing else failed, and be would not I
ithout it For sale by S locum Drug Co
First National Grocery
Carries a Full Lino of Fresh
I GKOCKRIES AND PROVISIONS
1 A Splendid Line of
c Gents' Furnishings: Hats and Caps,
I Underwear, Sweaters, Gloves, E'c
Prices are Right and a (Jood
Fresh Stock to nelect from
l T.R. HOWARD, HEPPNER, ORE.
At Cost to Close Out
For the next 20 days we will sell at cost Lee's Egg maker and,
Groesbeck's Egg wroducer and Condition powder, also all
Ladies( purses go at cost. In stationery we nriake these prices:
5c Tablets 3 for lO.
15c Tablets for 10c
15c Novels for 10c
25c Box Stationery 20c
20! Box Stationery 15o
15c Box Stationery 10c
Heppner Drug Co.
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The Salin? Abstract 8TitIe Guaranty Company:
1NCOPOUATICD
We have the only net of Abstract
BooIch hi Morrow Countv - - -
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THEY'RE HERE!
An immense stock of
Fall and Winter Shoes
AT
M. LICHTENTHAL'S
The pioneer boot and sho dealer of Heppner, who al
ways carries a big line of Iloota and K1hhs, KubWi, Kto.
Repairing a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Old lUod, Watt aid of Mala BtrveU
abstracts an& plats furntsbcO on obort notice
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
SMITH, Socrotary, - Heppner, Oregon
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Heppner Marble
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and Granite Works i
Wa art itvu4, to do all Ccmoti-i 7 snt tuill'llng oik ! rr-lur. l
MONTERASTELLI BROS.
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