Heppner times. (Heppner, Or.) 1???-1912, February 11, 1904, Image 1

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VOL. VII.
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COUPON
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food for 10 cents on a U) cent purchase of any of the following
gOOclH.
SLOCUM'S WHITE PINE AND TAR
i SLOCUM'S WHITE PINK
. SLOCUM'F PECTORAL EXPECTORANT
D.-COSTA'H I5LOOI) AND LI V Kit PILLB
D.C0STA8 PINK LIVKIt PILLS
HINDOO COHN CUKE. COLUMBIAN TEA
SLOCUM'S SAKSAPAUILLA. (JOLDKN OIL
CARUOLATED ARNICA SALVE. PAIN PLASTER
SOALPINK DANDRUFF CURE
Two coupons will l,o taken ona$i purchaHo of the above.
U guarantee all the al.ove remedies, if not satisfactory, money
will be cheerfully refunded.
SLOCUM DRUG CO.
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Heppner
Transfer
Company
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UnOGERV STORE
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ROCK SPRINCS COAL
DRY CORD WOOD
We are Prepared to
offer prompt service.
We Lave five eood team. an,i
your orders for Wood.
nything In the drayage line will
receive careful and i.romnt at
tention.
CONOVER & CRAV
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toss is Estimated at Two
Hundred Million Dollars
FIRE BURNS FOR 32 HOURS
Special Sale
Wo are stopl-inn- .;,. 41 An.... Li . 1
p r "r vuuiMt'io new Jino 01
groceries, and in order to make room for tho new
, stock wo aro offerinrr tu.on rr-;n,.a .... t..n
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15c
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P.tllr .fr ,.. If o .
v .-..-mm j,0 now . tor zac
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Dried apples 12Jc val now Sib 25c S
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All 5o Ciuara now K f... or. 2
GARRfcGOX
I Contractors and Builders
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Dried pi-achnB 12Jcval
j Dried prune l()e i ow 41b for 2 5c
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All 10o Cigars now
All 15c Cigars now
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MONOI'OLE THE BEST CANIo7cOoii
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LISKFLER ik ASHHAUGH
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: uutfKBura 10 . a. Andrews.
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p n.iy,u it rinLJi'M JIKUO STOKE, MAIN KT
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ESTIMATES AMr-i di
FURNISHED ON ALL WORK
A ehare of the patronage I
solicited. I
HOUSKS MOVKD and KEPA1KED
Office one door north of Rcrivner'a ?
blacksmith ehop, B!ajn gtreet. i
t -HIM .UtH.iliUtJj. I
BLOODED STOCK
...TELEPHONE...
LIVERY BARM I
Meadows & Sons, Props.
WIII.ld.i,.in1b.rofborW..(lnew rin, bo.h BuHlM .nd IL.k., .d offer yon
flrrt tlM! H,rvl( you will reel, rouruwiu. ir.im..m . .k . ' " ... T
an,..r,T. T"r ,ron"
LOWER MAIN STREET .... .n n
rw-"' Wl VBVI1 '
; I keep constantly on hand
S for sale Jacks, Mules and fine s
Driving Teams and Saddlers.
I A so one Norman S;allion, s
S IWack as a raven, weight 1C00 :
! I"; tour ymrm old. t 1 i
t iteen it ti.nnd . . . S
5 heolr-h r'.i;..a ...... . . 5
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s and farm dog known, 5
The best and f
RICHEST BRED STOCK
I m Kaatero OreKon. Anyone de- I
I iiringanyof this cht of Ftock 1
I will dnd it to their intercut to f
write me at Heppner. Oregon, j
B. F. SWACCART. !
-Wket Social a Big Tuccess-
neportea to bo Suffer-
vaiieyior Lack of Feed
The most destructive fire In the
history of Baltimore, Md., occured there
C? i . "
ououay, raging practically unchecked for
nours, completely dentrnvin
. : '
OI m ,argegt b8ineg8 h0Bae .
ie wnoiesale districts
The fire broke out ihortlv Ufnr- n
o'clock Sunday morning in the whole-
J . . .
ury gooua jtore of John E. lfnr.
A Co., on Hopkins Place, in the ha,..
of .thaborfneas district, with a series of
ouu eiipioHions, and spread with fearful
rapidity.
... .,. ure department was
called out, but was utterly powerless to
mew me spread of the flamei, which
were .iied by high winds, and within
an hour there were fierce fires in 30 big
warehouneii, which continued to spread
and rage with unrestrained fury for 32
hourg before it wat under control, .
though for hours as manv aa4.m.,.m.
i waier were thrown into the flames.
So terrific was the heat, and so dense
and suffocating the volume of flying
sparks and burning cinders, that it wa
difficult for the firemen to stand long
within fighting distance of the flames.
The loss it. estimated to be about 200,.
000,000, there were burned 75 bww.
down to the roots and no hay to pitch
m me cungry brute.
This is only a beginning, and before
m.hi oi March many of the stacks
w,u w "haugted, and stockmen
realize that coniderab!e losses will be
sustained. Cattle which h v-
running in the foothills of thi. rw.,
ana wmcft did well antil a month ago,
nave now been driven down .
valley by the snows, and the, . a
pendent on dry feed.
Even if grass were to erow nn u
would be only slight help, as the first
Brass oi the spring possesses little
uuunsnment.
Organized with Membership
of 109 and Still Crowing
ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING
Where the Trees Go.
Fifty thoasand acres of timber ,.
usumea every year in the manufac
tare of crates and boxes. The railr,!.
e country nse annually 120 nnn ono
Over 7,50,000 telegraph poles must be
renewed yearly, not to mention .k-
telephone poles used and the tlP.,raK
F!es required in the constmrtmn nt
new lines, making a total annual con
oumpiion lor poles and ties 1.600.000
i he Scientific American nresen
figures showing how a oormlar tlnva
I - w w
uwoya lorests. It is estimated nine
novels had a total sale of 1 ,600,000 copies.
"is means 2,000,000 pounds of
A manufacurer says that the vero
pruce tree yields a little less than half
a cord of wood, which is equivalent to
to 600 pounds of paper. In other
these nine novels swept awav 4000 trvJ
Is it any wonder that those interested
in forestry look with anxiety upon the
paper mill?
Equals Eastern Oregon.
According to reports a wonderfully
rich strike oi placer gold has just been
and 2 wio ,ii i ,eB nver district. Curry
andj 500 buildings, covering an area of connty The Ri. m-
0U0 person. M Tt1"
ment. ' .r property and had only " "'c" membership for tbe cub.
P.peu lour days when they struck gravel a,ter wMch the meeting adjourned to
that would yield t4 in anu meet at the rail r .i,- ,
SoCi0"dJi,on8 eastern
. ''ouraging Ship-
Season. " r
There was an enthusiastic crowd of
republicans eathersd .t p... ..,.
.muci M UB1I
Saturday evening pursuant t rail
committeeman Sme.d, who called the
meeting to order and read th
stitntion which was unanimously adop
ted. After securing signatures of all
present to the membershin
boa e was again called to i0. v.-
Temporary Chirman Smead and the
mowing omcers elected:
Fred Warnock.
Farnsworth, secretary; A. J. IlLks'
tre-surer. By motion the nraMa.
r-vus yy no
authorised to name the fr.n;
presidents: HepDner Fran V PK. .
.. . wuciu j
Matteson, Geo. Consers Monn v
' uwu,
o. P. Garrignes: Gentry. V. v t..
South lone, W. J. Blake: lWh t '
Dr. Alex Reid ; Hardman, II. E. Warren,'
Lexington, J. T. McMillan f;k f
W tt ! D-v Fork, T. W. Morgan ;
", eo.McKnight; Pine City, J. L.
Howard; Alpine, W. B. FinW- wu.
Springs, L. E. Crow ; Cecil. P.ui
son; Irrigon Addison Bennett.
Executive Committee PranW n;i."
Uam, A. Andrews, C. E. Woodson,
w.rnetps.Geo.Whiteis.
W.W. Smead and C. E. Wcvl0n
were namej by the rhair . ...
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M Bollcit membership for lb. cub.
ifln. iLfL .a .
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..Palace Hotel..
ARTHUR SMITH
Watchmaker and Jeweler
HEPPNER
OREGON
HEPPNER, OREGON.
Beat appointed Hotel in Eastern Oregon.
L' t(.. I . i
munra vonvemence.
Muhted by electririty
ieit .Meals in the City.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
PHIL, METSCIIAN, Jr,
Prop
Grocery Store
DECOKATKD PEMI I'OUCELAIN WARE FliEE
R purchasing I2S.00 worth of good, at this .tore you re
ceiyefneof charg iaiM tof this beautiful ware . . .
MONOPOLE GOODS
Remember
No Stalo Goods
KVKinTIUNa.
NEW AND FRK8H
. . CALL . .
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And See us and we wilt treat ynu right.
BINNS BROsT
Cop. M.M nd Willow Bt..
MtfTNER, On.
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MDi CECOJA ST0WC,
wimwr, tnir Nuus C.Bb,
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I6 Warren Areoue,
.Ciiicaoo. Ili. Ott.!.
Dourly four vrars 1 suffered
rrom ofarian tmulles. The duo
tor imi.tol on an oi-eration as the
only way to prt wrft. J, however,
tronjfly .,j,,.,slo an operation.
Wy husband felt di.h.rU-msl a.
ftll asi I i ... i.... . i . .
j - ' u wins, wiiq m mi
- in.-,,,,,, onigifi.i ..ivisfj
him i U crt a U.ttle of Wins of
rdul for me to try. and he d.d .
I iK-nn to Imprors in a few .lavt and
my reroverywa.verv rapid. Vith
in eightcca werks 1 m anotber
Mrs. P(ow's .ttr t'nflWt rrnf
woman how hons U ta-Mened ,
feiiiaj, wknes.nd howerHnnMely
Wins of CaMni rre, thi , .
new and brmpt health nd l,Mrri.
J"m arin. l.a (H B0 ...jy.
ma. Uo to onr dnj?ifi.t fxlay
and tnrt! ra . 11 ai .
1.1 CuJi
VJinEicanmj)
The Basket Social.
The basket social given by the Pan ,bu' rivalin ,b 'mous Klondike dis- hich tim the organization will be
riouci Bebekah lodge in I. 0. 0. F. ball eowtM' of few JeTI go. The entire made Pmanent and addresses made
Fridav .w.!r. . . ' bank. bout 20 feet hih. w.. .k- by prominent rennb!ip.n.
j -vlusi.k t aa am nif0isi tn a n n iucu s a- wiso
war. The attendaee .v. fully prospected, and was found to Thi meeting was a verr tmh..;...-..
gram sood and the nf v,.t... v..s.u t10 8 enough to yield 120 tier one ,nd h "Morrow Conn It T?,w,.u
Onlr two basket. i. i ' cubic yard of gravel. This same Ioc.Km, Club" Promises to become M. .v.
BVa ire iUail B , J VI
dollar and these were solj at the com- ' ' ery ,m,kI1 extet Btr0D8Mt Eastern Oregon. It itarte
menremont l . tbe Wrly '50s, and Was abandons. out with a membernliin nf inn . .
.u.vi mi b.icb. rew baskets I . i r w -w wuicn
brought less than $2.00 and all the w.J 01 tb" wondel deposit of rowlDg pMly.
uptooo Theonl, regreUb.e feature ,U" -acovered.- Eastem qZ;m
was tnat there were not enough basket. Eastern Oregon caUle ' CI..
to go round, many ting forced to forego Echo Incorporated. to ve, eeveral shipment- h.vin tJl
me pleasure of a feast with a h.nd.r.m- tv.-..: . i m.1 . ..
lady The basket i i r, lacorporaticm of Echo, i woor inree weeks, and
W O Miner ' held ,ast k, stood to 16 in favor oi ,0 ,o110" Cattle generally
The exercise incorporation. -in good shipping condition, owing
lack!., m in,..., " V0W -""" for th, various
, ... urra D7 omceswas as follows: Mayor L A
four ladies, a readina. . enni- i -i. . .. mTor L A-
f- r.Bieo recorder, H. C.Miller trea.nror
-. . .. w.i,. DrJ; ,;.,, a ; ZZ:
preclate-l. as were a so the i.hl.. . .. ur Hammer,
.,, .. . ruuut,,men-U. W.Campbell, 31: Joha
Alter luncheon p.me. nr. Li-1. .. . . r 1
.us i-orn,34;u J.Gulliford.Sli Joel Hal.
were engaged in until a late hour. stead 28-W T mv t.J
t. . ,. . . ,lca -i . T. McFerren, 31: R. J.
TTOnrom uie sale of Oliver, 28. For marshal f, it.
haskets was lino . J . ' . . . r n,,rh'. Mr. Hammer
mlli. .... , Vv V V ' ?0J U 0,,jorit' over w Benidict.
which lll be used by the Rebek.l,. u t .
, ' ,uc",r n contest tor any bnt the ' bocii at lam ng time
Tl. ,,,, ,uilllI,t pc,lul unJ Ibl. .!., p,ict , m , ,
. - v'uU ui commiuee
I. . -.v.. , VniU
to the mild winter, and ahinmenf. .m
I L. 1 .. r
oe targe tbe coming sprlnz.
Ihe sheep and wool mea of i)M enn
try are not loosing anything by the opeo
winter and there is every prospect that
there will be a large incre U
nocxs mis spring and a heavy crop of
Last spring there was a thennm,.t
: ... '
.ncrease in tbe flocks at lamin, tin,-
and those familiar with the conditions
in charge
The KeWkshs desire to eil.nd th.i.
thanks to the publi.- for the yery liberal
patronage
Big Cattle Deal.
Valley Cattle Suffering.
this spring. The wi0ter has been so
mild that it has not h . .
i ucvcnnary o
ibrougnan order from the federal Md much, tbe sheep are in fin. .v.
court at Portland Max Jark.rin m tion and with .n ...i. ,
ii, .... ""u, as is now
Jickerson, Ki.ne A Co., of North promised, sheep and wool men stand to
aklma, last Friday at Tendluton r! I make larp. nmfli. .....
-I - r... o.cu .iiuuiu pricee
a deal for ,00 head of C. B. Wade's cat- decline. That there will b .n,
- . . mcic win do any great
According to a report from Eugene, '' of nl 1 1000, the average disturbance in prices is not expectel
Oregon, sbxkrsisers in Mnn county are Prit Pid being lfl each, Including 100 although it is presidential year If
Inning to realize that winter feeding c,lv". we thrown In. This is there is any disturbance it is thought
I. necessary even In an unusually mild ' ge.t cattle deal ever made in there will be advances on account of the
winter 11- K'Stera Oreirnn. Tl,- -...i. .... . .... i . .. .
"imerme tbe present This month ' Oregon. The rattle
and next are the months when the taken acioss the couutry to Yakim.
i .. I -
"'". w-nir on me ranges, and u v
i.....t. ... ' When You Have A Cold.
' i""" m losses Kill be a - tk. c . .
' Tbe first action h.n i. . .
n..t a, great this winter In those h cold
ll... .i i . . should be to relieye the lungs. This U
JrtWrsahenwe have had ,now and .. g Th" "
fre. sin. weather. " -p.-aea by tbe free M
V,oanoeti.ia's Cough Remsdy. Thl.
be promised war In the f.r .t
. . . . .
.oi oniy uo sbeep and wool promise
well this year, but ruttu i.... ... .
horses will not be durgs on the market.
OPERA HOUSE.
NextNonday NIchtFebls
t'atll.few werks pa.t rs.H. I.r . Tbi . crr S nd Freel.nd
Wnfctp,.It,ilt ,. wilhou 4-e.th. ,ouk ttBCM . a,. concertwhhh
dry feed, ,, now feeding Is general, ZTS.S '7 Tnni'Z
sxeep, ,n e.,e. wber. ,h. farmer. ..v td TZX "1 TrT' J'T' '
ao reserve sn,,y, lo ,04.b r tan "' rem . t0'"1 " J ,p,,n,,i , ""
.-k Is Uin h-i. t . cur. a .eve. ,!. i- I. .I'"!.! "ll mn,i 1 of a clean
m 1 . '.7. T blgli-rla entertainment, sol .,1.
or,hecott0yq,,..nr o, .t "ZT
iiso iim.i I.. ....... ii . . - ........ .., uralla- rnnniiinn. n i - u ...
rii.u ,w .nil lliatinirldnl I ' "
, . , coonteracti sny tendency toward nn.n
nDiiiisimie nt, the pastures belnir
' " 1. ........ . u, hii c Mocnm lrj Co.
live ss well. 1'rl.
Kererved sests for s.U t .r..
' "y at i aitercoa's Itug store SArents.