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Colors pnd Black, All
Sizes now in the new
ones are hero - - -
25C TO $1.75
BOYS WASH SUITS
50c to $1.75
Hoys Straw Hats
50 TO 750
SPECIAL SALE OF READY-TO-WEAR GOODS
Our Ladies' Tailor Suits, Goats and Skirts are now
all in and in order that you may start the new sea
son right, we will make special prices on these for
the next two weeks. Ladies you cannot offord to let
this great opportunity pass unnoticed. Vou can get
the full season's wear of these new.
fitting garments at end-of-season prices.
till the best ones aro gone, come now.
Regular $22.50 Ladies' new Eton suits of black voile,
cheviot and black broad cloth, capes and skirts trim
med in silk braid . $18.75
Regular $18.50 Ladies' new Eton suits of brown voile
trimmed with stitched taftVta and buttons $14.75
Regular $12.50 Eton suits of black cheviot and mixed
grey suiting, braid trimmed, $9.75
Regular $10 Eton suits in black or cadet Venitian,
cloth and cadet voile, stitched $8.75
Regular $8.50 Eton suits of navy cloth suiting, straps
and button trimming $5 75
To the people of lleppner and vicinity.
I have just opened ft Dry Goods, Cloth
ing and Shoe store. Your own judg
ment will certainly convince you that
you will get goods now at more than 23
per cent cheaper than you would have
to pay in other places. : : : '
Ladies' Champavgne silk coat with triple capes and
pleats, regular $13 50,.. $11.75
Ladies' black bilk Eton coats lined and faced with
white silk, regular $12.00, $9.75
Silk, and cloth shoulder capes for evening wear $1.75
to ;. $7.45
During the special sale we
will offer the choice of our
best Pattern IIa"ts, values
from $7 to $8.50 for..; ..$0.45
Is that I am going to remain in this
town and do nol expect any profits
whatever on my sales for the first two
months. No humbug, no bluff, facts
only. Pleas note tho address. : : :
M. ST AM, Prop.
Ladies' trimmed and walk
ing Hats, tho new colors and
shapes, values $4 to $5..$3.75
One lot of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Hat's 2oc
New Wrist and Carriage Bags
We have just received a nice
shipment of the new things in
carriage and wrist. bags, and
the popular Florodora Bag con
taining small money purse,
mirror and scent bottle, a very
convenient and serviceable bag
There is a good assortment of
colors and shapes in these, and
the prices are very reasonable,
as Fair prices always are, they
run from G5c to $2.00
L iiiies' new lace and plain lisle hose, new
pattern", 75c value, for 50c
Ladies' lace and plain hose. Tops 3Tc
Ladies' new lace hose, Toi sy Mack. . . ,25c
Ladies' fast I lack plain cotto hose. . . . . 18c
Laities' fast black double sole, Tnpsy . .13c
La ies' fast black or iirey cotton hose ... 10c
Misses lace hose in colors 25c
Misses plain lisle Tnpsy black hose. . . 25c
Misses fine rit.bed T- ps black hote 18c
Children's medium ribbed black hose. . .10c
Boys' buckskin heavy ribbed hose 25c
Boys' heavy ribbed Topsy black hose. . . . I8i-
wo have a complete stock of
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, PAINTS,
OILS, NAILS, WIRE, ETC.
China ware' Decorated with
Heppner Flood Scenes a
TjHeftil and Pretty Souvenir
The BAIN Wagon
Gilliam & Bisbee
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Published Every Thursday by
A. J . HICKS
- - SO
Entered at the Postoffice at Heppner, Oregon
as seconds lass matter.
St. Louis Worlds Fair.
The O.Ri N. will make a 90
tory of the state. It will be, as
it should be, big enough to electrify
the country. Such majority is K"" trip rate from Heppner to
due to President Roosevelt, as the St . . , lr ,n ., .
first voice of the campaign of 1904 Chicago $07 40. Tickets will be on sale
RAWLINS POST NO. 81, O. A. R. MEET AT
Odd Fellows' Hall at Heppner, every third
Saturday ol each month.
G. W. Khia. Adj. O. W Smith. Tom.
THURSDAY, APR 28. 1904.
VV. 0, Harryman, late tditor of
the Long Creek Light, died of
consumption at the home of hi
mother near Long Creek on April
15, aged 24 yearn.
The Oregonian gives Congress
man Williamson this compliment:
Williamson, of the Second District,
is a new man, but is making a
good beginning. Oi course he will
be re-elected by a great ajority;
but every voter of the district who
is impressed with the sense of the
need of maintaining the policy and
the purposes for which the Re
publican party stands should mark
his ballot for Williamson.
Appendicitis is said to be be
comming a fad. Even medical
men are beginning to believe that
the appendicitis trouble has been
allowed to develop into a craze
with hundreds of operations per
formed that are unnecessary. In
some cities it is reported that
social clubs have been formed, the
chief qualification for membership
to which shall be that the appli
cant is minus an appendix. It is
fortunate, however, that anticeptic
surgery is so skilled and exact
that the number of operations
resulting fatally is comparatively
Oregon will lead off in June with
the most splendid Republican
majority ever thrown in the his-
to President Roosevelt, the n.an
whose knowledge of the West,
whose sympathy with the West,
and whose service to the West, are
unequaled. To Oregon it is a
special appeal; for to him, more
than to all others, is due the re
cognition accorded by the United
Statf-H to he Oregon Exposi ion,
upon which all eyes here are now
concentrated Approve the Presi
dent in June by twenty thousand 1
It is his rlup. Oregonian.
Editor Times As it has been some
time since I have een nthing from the
north end of Morrow county a few items
may be of interest to your readers.
We have had lot of rain this spring,
.3 of an inch this past week, and the
ground i thoroughly wet. The pastures
were never better t this time of year.
All st ck came through the winter in
go d shape with small loss.
Wheat, rve and outs are looking fine.
Sheari-g will be finished today, Satur
day. Sheep are doing well, 100 per cent
of Iambi suved.
Ella, Ore. April 23, 1904.
Wool Sales Dates.
J. H. Gwinn, secretary of the Oregon
Woolgrowers Association, has set the
dates for the sales days at the vriotis
points in the wool district, for the con
venience of buvers, as follows:
rendleton May 23, June 10 and 21
Heppner May 20, June 7 and 23
Arlington May 31.
Phaniko June 2 and 14, July 1.
Baker City June 17. .
Elgin June 28.
Cured Hla Mother of Rheumatism
"My mother bas been a suffer for many
years with rheumstism," says W. H.
Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At times
she was unable to move at all, while at
times walking was painful. I presented
her with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and after a few applications she
decided it was the most wonderful pain
reliever she had ever tried, in fact, she
is never withont it now and la at all timrs
able to walk. An occasional application
of Pain Balm keeps away the pain tlmt
she was formerly troubled with." For
sale by Slocum Drug Co.
three days during the months of May,
June, July, August and September,
The exact date will be furnished later.
Stopover privileges are allowed. Tickets
ill be on sale the follows dates:
May 11, 12 and 13; June 16, 17 and 18;
July 1, 2 xnd 3; August 8,9 and 10;
September 5, 6 and 7; October 3, 4 and 5.
Eggs for Sale
Bard Plymouth Rock
egg for Bale for setting
purposes. Mated with
high grade rooster just
from pen at Fortland.
Eggs per setting of 15 $1
R. F. WICCLESWORTH,
The copartnership heretofore existing
between the undersigrel, having this
day been dii8"lve by mutual consent,
all accounts outstanding will he rol'ected
by C. A Letller, and all liabilities will
be p. ml by W. M. Ashhaugh.
Dated this April 10, 11)04.
C. A. Lkfki.kr
Wahhkn M. Abiiiui-gh
An immense stock of
BOARDING HOUSE j
i i i i i I i i
The Tables will be Sup
plied at all Times with
the Best Eatables to be 9
Found in the Market, y
Board per week $5.0ft 9
Single meal 50 y
Rear of P. O. Bore's Jewelry 9
Fall and Winter Shoes
The pioneer boot and shoe dealer of Heppner, who al
ways carries a big line of lloota and Shoes, Kubbers, Etc.
Repairing a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Old stand. West aide of Main Street.
G. W. CRABTREE, Prop.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
Wm. GORDON, Prop.
Hat added a number ol Firat Class horses and New Bigs, both
Baggies and Hacks, and uftVs yon first class service, and yon will
receive courteous treatment. A share of your patronage tit:
LOUIS & PLEISS
First class work, Reasonable pi ices
A fit guaranteed. May street,
The Rambler Lead's
BUY AN UP-TO-DATE WHEEL
All kinds of repair
work promptly at
tended to. Bicyclo
Opposite Palace Hotel
.: Palace Hotel..
Best appointed Hotel in Eastern Oregon.
Every Modern Convenience.
Lighted by electricity.
Best Meals In the City.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
PHIL. METSCHAN, Jr,
1 LIVERY BARM
Meadows &. Sons, Props.
Wilt s11 a nutnbor of hones tn1 new rigs, both BiirxIoi and lin ks, snd offer yon
Brit-cUm terries. You will twelve courteous treatment. A intra of your patronsis
I LOWER MAIN STREET .... H.ppn.r, Oregon.