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THE HEPPNER TIMES.
THURSDAY. APR. 2 8. 1904.
Subscription, 1.00 Per Year.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All cliiitiifiu In rttllwmnl. mid ll wf
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Hvitunailajr mmti. oltmrmrliw tlier will Iw Imt'l
r until thn fnliimliis week. Weslio logo lo
i.rtm curly ThurxUy morning, and immml tw
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'lul u w.ll I xi tllml turner la 111 woe.
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A i h.rno i)l lUm-mits t line will N muds lor
t.ublllil.ii "Hemilultuiiiiul Cundolvuv."
M. S. Msiwell ws in our city Mon
day from Iune.
II. C. Ciy wm iu from hit Rbet creek
C F. Roy.e ol Ilarduian, was viiitor
In this city Sunday.
A1 M- Markham wssln town Saturday
from Clarke Canyon.
Mra. L. B. Cohn visited a fuw daya in
Ptudle on the past week.
Frank Gentry of Blsxkhorse, waa In
town Haturday on business.
W. J. Blake of lone, waa a buaineia
visitor in Heppner Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thompson visited
on Sand Hollow over Sunday.
For Rent' Double room, suitable for
two gentlemen. Inquire at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W.CuapIn of Hard
man, wen visitors in our city Sunday.
Stallion (or sale by F. P. Vaughan,
Eiitbt Mile, addresa Heppner, Ore. oH
D. Cot, a prominent rancher ofilinton
creek, was in the city on business Sstur
Patrick Carty. ol Lexington, waa
visitor in our citv the latter part of the
Frank McKnigbl was In rom Butter
Creek Monday tranractinic business in
J. II. Edwards of band Hollow, waa
in the city Saturday looking alter some
James Wyland a stockman of the Hard
man section, waa in Htppner the first of
the week on business.
J. S. Dusick 'waa in town Saturday
from bis Hinion creek stock ranch trans
acting some business.
W. C Lacy, who was In the city Sat
urday from Btackborae, reports crops
looking Cue in his section.
. Uazelwood Ice cream is the famous
purt kind that melts in your mouth, and
tastes better than any other.
Mayor Gilliam left Tuetday for Fen
dleton and Baker Cltv on a "business
trip ot a week or ten days duration.
Modish bricks of ice cream can be
ordered at The Paatitne. Be sure and
get the famous Uazelwood ice cream.
John M. Brown, prominent rancher
of the vicinity of Lone Rock, waa
business vUitor in Heppner Friday last.
Joe Ksktlson, one of the prominent
wheat growers of the Lexington country
waa a business visitor in our city Batur
C. M. Johnson, one of the prominent
farmers of Gooseberry, transacted bus
tneaa in our city the latter Part of last
Louis Monterastelll of Pendleton, spent
few days in Heppner the past week
tonkins- after interests of bis marble
works in this city.
Clair Walton left yesterday niornin
with his sister Irene for Portland where
thH will be ma by an uncle, who will
take Mlas Walton to Albany.
Lawn Social A social will be given
by the ladiea of the M. K. church, South
on the Parsonage lawn from 3 to
o'clock p. m. Monday May 2nd.
C Klutu, who has been with Gilliam
& Biabee aa plumber the past eight
months, left jesterday for Waitsburg
where be will accept like position.
J. II. Medlock, who waa In town
Tuesday from routh of Hardman, reports
the snow all gone In the mountains about
Camas prsrle and that the roads are in
fairly good condition for travel.
The Episcopal tea given by Miss
Lizxle Matlock at her home in this city
Thursday evening last was a very pleas
ant event both socially and financially
The proceed were something over 30.
Frank M. Parker, who waa in town
Saturday form Lexington, reports crop
conditions fine in his section. He has
700 acres of wheat now 10 inchea high
which has a good color and growing
Frank Ward of Parker's mill waa in
town the 6 rat of the week. He reports
the snow about all gone on the moun
tains and business starting op. lie ex
peels to start the mill intiprratlon about
the 10, of May.
Poatmanter Smrad made some more
Improvements In the postoQice last week
by way of the addition of 20 new lock
boxes. Two of the new boxes are quite
large ones, one of which will be used by
the Times, and we wish to extend to the
postmaster our sincere thank for pro
viding the Times a box that we do not
have to get down on our kneea to open.
By the many tittle Improvement our
postmaster has made during the time he
' has been in the oflic he has deraon
atrated the fact that he believes In keep
ing hi office fully abreast of the times.
Gtit. Vlorent ws up Irom Oallowsy
on business Tuesdsy.
M. S. Corrlxatl wss In from Butter
creek the first of th week.
J. L. Howard of Butter creek, was iu
the city on business yesterday.
Don't forget tonightfamous Hazel-
wood Ice cream at The Pastime.
S. P. Florence returned Monday even
ing from a couple of week visit in
A. Kllcup, who has been visiting in
Portland fit past two weeks, returned
the first of the week.
The ladles of the M. K. ihurch will
give an ice cream social and tea at Mr.
M. Slocum'a residence Friday, April
20, from 8 to 9 p. m. Everybody in-
T. W. Morgan, who wa In the city
Tuetday from Gooseberry, reports crops
looking mighty fine in his locality.
Seei ng is all done and summerfallow-
ng In progress.
Avery pleasant birthday party was
given In honor of Steven Irwin Tuesday
fternoon. A large number of bia little
playmatea were present and a very en
oyable afternoon spent.
There was a large number of Heppner
people attended the I. O. O. F. anniver
sary celebration at Lexington Tuesday
and all report a very pleasant event.
For further mention see Lexington
The Christian F.ndesvor will give an
experience social in the Christian church
Saturday evening. A good program will
be rendered consisting of music, re
citations, etc. Supper will also be
served. Admission 10 cent. Supper
Thomas Gr'mshaw bought last Sat
urday MIX) three year old wetherea from
Con Carty for $2.30 This la 20 cent
less than waa paid (or the same grade ol
sheep last year. Yearling ewea are sell
ing for 25 cents less than the last year's
price. Mr Grimshaw did not buy the
Farnswortb sheep as wa stated in the
Times last week.
Taxpayera will be somewhat disap
pointed to know that they will get no
exemption on their assessments this yesr.
The reason for this Is that the new tax
law, which was passed at the special
session of the legislature, did not have
an emergency clause attached. In future
assessments, however, the usual 100
exemption will be deducted.
T. W. and A. L. Ayer have inaugur
ated a curb improvement that others
would do well to follow a a mean of
beautifying their residence property.
They have made a two- foot curb on the
outside of the sidewalk along their
property on Chase street, which has
been seeded to lawn grass. It is an
Improvement that costs little but adds
greatly to the apperauce of the street.
Judge T. W. Ayer returned Tuesday
evening from short trip to Portland
and Irrlgon. The judge expresses him
self a being very much plersed with
Irrlgon and think it prospects are very
bright. The ditch, ho rays, is furnish
ing plenty of water for irrigation and
many orchards and garden are being
planted and are doing well.
Geo. Conner, Phil Metchat, Atty. C. E
Redfied and Lets Matlock started from
Heppner at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon
expecting to get to Lexington afoot in
time to catch the S p. m. train. Aa it is
only nine mile and they had two hour to
make It in, they took their guns alotg
expecting to bag a few squirrel and
rabbit on the way. Results: Killed one
blackbird, aaw two squirrels and no
rabbits, walked seven miles down the
track at 5:00, Sagged the train and got
back home at 5:30 feeling fresh and
supple. They say they could have made
the trip on time had they not fooled
away so much time shooting at birds,
But Harry Cummin- i yet entitled to
the belt as champion walker of Morrow
Why, Certainly. Have a Dish of
Ice Cream With Ub,
Season's Opening Saturday, April 30.
From 2 to 7 p. m. at
ASIIBAUGII A AYERS, Props
Everybody Invited to Sample The Ice Cream Our
Treat. Special Fancy Drick made (or occasion.
C. A. Jolinron.oMone-, wa In town
Tuesday on business:.
Quite a number of shearer left )ire
Monday for Monument.
Guy Bartlett returned from Ohio
Monday. He lias been gone over a
Mr. Short, of Bulem, a sinter of
Kliner Itiggs is visaing relative here
this week. j
II. E. liurcliell is a prond of hi new
well a a little boy of a new cap. May
be live long to drink of it water.
The quarterly meeting of the M. E.
church, South, will be held here May 8,
In the evening. Kev. Shangle will
Kev. Walter Bkipworth of The Dalle,
will (peak on local option at the Con
gregational church the evening of May
4. All invited.
Our public school will close Friday.
We understand that Prof. Wilcox will
visit a few weeks near Roseburg, and
then return to this place and assist in
The Odd Fellow celebration, Tues
day, wa very enjoyable affair. A
large crowd came from Heppner, lone,
and the country. The Lexington Lodge
met the visitors at the train. All
marched to the hall. After sbort rest,
the march was resumed to the Meth
odist church, which wa filled to over
flowing. The anniversary ceremony
waa then rendered, after which Mini
Rasmus, of Heppner, eang a solo and
responded to an encore. The. Heppner
quartette eang two selection. 8. E.
Notson, Rev Frank Adkins, and Rev.
W. O. Miller made short addresses.
Then came the dinner at the ball under
the management of the Rebekah ladies.
Oh, Mr. lull tor, you missed it. Buch a
(east you will not see soon. W. P. Mc
Millan' graphophone enlivened the
dinner hour with muaic. After dinner,
the crowd wa called by the band to
the ball ground where a spirited game
of ball wa played. Kverybody seemea
to enjoy themselves. We think we are
justified in calling the celebration
Great 3 days sale of muslin
underwear at The Fair, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday.
By assignee. The bousefurnishing
business recen tly conducted by Bruce
Haines at Heppner, Morrow county,
Oregon, consisting principally ot furn
iture, Crockery, Carpet, Stove, Wall
paper, etc. The stock in nearly all new
and in good condition. The only store
of the kind in Heppner or within a
radius of many mile This business
was formerly run by Well & Co. wbo
made big money. Large store, reason
able rent. A snap for anyone. For
full particulars, address Geo. Conser,
assignee Heppner, or D. N. & E. Walter,
Portland, or S. F., F. S. Harmon & Co.
Portland or Tacoma, Meir & Frank Co.,
M Seller & Co., Peter & Robert. Hey-
wood Bro. 4 W. Co., Portland. Howard
D. Thomas, Seattle.
"In the spring of 1001 my children had
whooping cough," says Mr. D. W.
Cappa, of Capps, Ala. "I used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy with the moat
satisfactory results. I think thi 1 the
belt remedy I have ever seen for whoop
ing cough. " Thia remedy keeps the
cough loose, lessens the severity and
frenquency of the coughing spells and
counteracts any tendency toward pneu
monia. For sale by Slocum Drug Co.
For District Attorney
J. II. RALEY
For Joint Representative
F. B. HOLBRyOK
MO K ROW COUNTY
For County Judge
' T. W. AVKRS
For County Clerk
L. L. MATLOCK
For County Treasurer
D. II. JENKINS
For School Superintendent
S. I. ST RATION
D. V. 8. REID
For Commissioner 2 Year Term
E. L. PADBURG
For Commissioner 4 Year Term
Dr. A. K. HIGGS
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
For Justice of the Peace
J. P. WILLIAMS
P. C. CRESWELL
Second Congrssional District
J. N. WILLIAMSON
FRANK A. MOORE .
Dairy and Food Commissioner
. J. W. BAILEY
G. W. PHELPS
W. G. COLE.
For County Judge
GEO. J. CURRIN
For County Clerk
E. AT. SHUTT
W. S. CONNOR
For School Superintendent
E. JAY MERRILL
. For Surveyor
D. V. S. REID
DR. A. REID
For Commissioner 2-year term
F. M. GRIFFM
For Commissioner 4-years term
J. D. FRENCH
" Sixth Judicial District
For Justice of the Peace '
GID H ATT
Stock and poultry have few
troubles which are not bowel and
liver irregularities. Black
Draught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine i a bowel and liver remedy
for tock. It put the organ or
digestion in a perfect condition.
Prominent American breeder and
farmer keep their herds and flocks
healthy by giving them an occa
sional doseol Mack-Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine in their
food. Any stock raisor may buy a
25-cent half-pound air-tight can
of thi medicine from his dealer
and keop his stock in vigorous
health for werks. Dealers goner
ally l:eep Mark-Draught Stock and
Poultry Medicine. If yours does
not, send 25 cents for a sample
can to th manufacturer, The
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
Bnoaau.1, Oa Jan. M, 101.
Black-Draught Btook and Poultry
look was looking bad trhaa you sent
tat h madlalD and now thaj ara
(ttinf so Ads. Thar ars looking W
par Mat. batur.
a. P. BROCKINOTON.
MINOR & CO. MINOR & CO.
THIS WEEKS SPECIALS
The splendid success of the Six Special sales we have
just given has shown us that people appreciate real
bargains and are quick to take advantage of them. This
has encouraged us to give even greater values for this
week's specials. Out of town people who cannot attend
these special sales in person the day of the sale may
have one week from its date to mail us an order or
send in for the goods. Many have been waiting for
our new shirt waists to come. They are here now, and
among them are some very pretty Pongee, Linen and
white Lawns. There are only three or four dozen in
this lot, so don't wait long or the best ones will be
SPECIAL SALE OF
Sic Cretonne large assortment for
Friday only, at the yd. 6jc
15c Cretonne extra quality, Fri
day only He
15c Silkolene 36 in wide all new
patterns, Friday only.. 11c
With each 50c purchase we will
give free a choice of a 15c bottle
of fine perfume, a 15c jar of Cold
Cream or a 15c box of Face
With every $1.00 purchase we
will give FREE one half oz. of
Boerner'a finest perfume which
we sell in bulk at 50c an oz.
With every $1.50 purchase we
will give free, a choice of several
kinds of 25c tooth polish. A
bottle of hair tonic, a 25c bottle,
of Bay Hazel Cream, 25c bottle
of Smelling Salts, a 25c box
of perfumed talcum Powder.
With every $2.00 purchase we
will give FREE a 35c bottle of
Toilet Cream or 1 oz. of Boerners
best 50c perfume.
SPECIAL SALE OF
This is a beautiful line of all
the latest fancy stock Tab Col
lars of silk, suitable to wear
with all kinds of fancy shirt
waists, at the following special
prices for Wednesday only:
All of the $1.25 ones for.... 73c
All of the $1.00 ones for.... 65c
All of the 85c ones for ..... . 57c
All of the 75c ones for 43c
MINOR & CO.
If you have a Farm, Grazing
Lands or City Property for
Sale call on us. Or if you
Want to Buy we can suit you
as we have a Long List of
Properties to Select from.
Land Scrip For Sale
HUDSON & BR0WNHILL
Real Estate and Investment Go.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
We will make you a blue print of any township in The Dalles
Land District, corrected up to date, showing all filings and
vacant lands, for fifty cents.
We have 10,000 acres of Forest Reserve Lien land scrip for sale
in quantities from 40 acres up, and will undersell any quo
tation either in Portland or San Francisco. Don't fail to get
our prices before ordering. : : : : : : :
SPECIAL SALE OF
Because the Corset Sale was
poorly advertised last Monday,
many would have taken
advantage of the special values
offered, had they known of the
sale, so we will continue this
sale next Monday, including as
we aid tnen the entire line of
the Thompson glove-fitting cor
sets. $1.75 lone waist ones for 82c
$1.00 short waist ones for. . .78c
$2.25 medium long for. . . .$1.45
$1.75 medium long for $1.28
60c kind. lone, for 38c
Corset waists and nursing corsets
also included in this sale. .
SPECIAL SALE OF
LINEN HUCK TOWELS
15c 19x38 inch Hemmed Linen
Huck Towel for 10c
SPECIAL SALE OF
CHILDREH'S BUT'N SHOES
The entire line of children's but
ton shoes, sizes 11 to 2, at
The regular price, making the
$1.75 ones down to. . . . . . .$1.17
$1.50 ones down to $1.00
$1.25 ones down to 84c
FOR THURSDAY ONLY
SEE NEXT WEEK'S ADY.
MINOR & CO.