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THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Published Every Thursday by
A. J. HICKS
On Year - -Six
Enured at the 1'wtoffiee at Heppner, Oregon
second-claas matter. .
Hie rendletou district, will preach at
t ie M E. church, south, on Sunday
next both morning and evening.
Regular services at the Christian church
next Sunday, Sunday school, 10 a. id ;
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.1)0 p. m.; Y.
P. S. C. E., 6:15. J. V. Craw ford.
RAWLINt) POST NO. SI. G. A. R. SIKKT AT
Odd Fellows' Hall at Heppner, every third
8aturrtay of earn, month.
G. W. Khu, Adj. O. H. Smith, Com.
All Saint Episcopal church. Advent
Sunday. Sunday School 10:00 a. in.
No services in the church. Thursday,
December 1, monthly meeting of the
Ladies' Guild at Mrs. Phelps, 2:30 p. m.
John Warrkn. Missionary.
THURSDAY. NOV. ,241904.
It is a fact that good wheat land
in Morrow county has advanced
from 110.00 an acre to $12.50 and
$15.00 an acre during the past four
months. Last spring, although
the prospects were never better for
a big crop, lands were being offered
for $10.00 an acre; and no buyers.
Now it is $12 to $15 and more
eales have been recorded dur.ng
the past three months thtn for an
entire year before. One reason for
this inactivity in the land business
is that it had been offered too
cheap, and buyers were skeptical
as to its real value. Of course the
bie croD of the present season has
had something to do towards stim
ulating the prices and activity in
the real estate business, but that
has not had all to do with it. It
is a singular fact that the more
you ask for your land, provided
'vour neighbors do likewise, the
more attractive will thu proposi
tion look to the ther fellow,
whereas, if you offer it cheaply the
other fellow naturally concludes
that if it is worth but little to you
it will be worth but little to him
However, the propriety of keeping
prices within the bounds of reason
is very necessary also. A com par
ison of prices and profits from our
lands with those of other sections
of the country would indicate that
our soil iB selling at least one half
too cheap, but it is only a matter
of a few years until land prices
will adjust themselves. What we
need now is more men and capital
to help develop our agricultural
lands, and it is well that our lands
do not iump too rapidly to their
real value, though it is not neces
eary 10 oner your property at any
old price in order to stimulate lm
migration to our county, it wil
come just as rapidly if a reason'
able price is maintained.
List Your Property.
Now is the time to list your real estate
as the prospects are very favorable for
ively selling of Morrow county realty
luring the next twelve mouths. The
countv has been more thomuiihly ad
vertised the part few months than ever
before, and the-e will doubtless be buy-
rs in the field soon. The Times has
tuude arrangements whereby we expect
to be able to handle considerable prop
erty right along. So if you have prop
erty to sell it will be to your advantage
to call and list now. Remember it costs
you nothing if no sale is made.
A Good Complexion.
"Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks res
tored by using PeWitt'g LittleEarly Kis
ers," go writes S. P. Moore, of Nacogdo
ches, Tex. A certain cure for billioucuess,
constipation, etc. Small pill easy to
take easy to act. Sold by Heppner
The Exact Thing Required for Con
"As a certain purgative and stomach
purifier Chamberlain's stomach and liver
tablets seem to be the exact thing re
quired, strong enough for the most ro
bust, yet mild enough and safe for chil
dren and without that terrible griping so
common to most purgatives," say R. S.
Webster & Co., Udora, Ontario, Canada.
For sale by Slocum Drug Co.
otice 1 hereby given that the undersigned
baa been appointed administratrix of the
estate ol Frank Natter, deceased, by the County
Court ol Morrow County, Oregon. All peraoun
having claimi against aaid estate are hereby
required to present the ume to me duly verl
tied as by law required at the oilii'e ol C. K
Woodson, In the City ol Ueppner, Morrow
County, Oregon, within six months from tha
date of this notice.
I ated this ZM day of Nov., lso4. n.M-diJ
fe1ito.AAlJmlrm.i iiw nlm iisiWlsi irTii, lsTraMTw
TR AOR DIN AR;
AND REASONS FOR SAME
By December 1st or shortly afterward, vq will open up by far tlio largest lino of Christmas good we ever
brought to the city, or for that matter, ever shown here. To do this wo must have every inch of display
and counter room in our store; therefore, wo must empty them. For this reason at this early ditto wo
are offering you an unexcelled opportunity to buy your winter garments at wonderfully low prices.
COATS and JACKETS
Regular $15.00, $15.75, $1G.00 Jackets ... $12.50
14.75 Tourists 11.75
12.75 " 10.00
12.00 Coats 9.50
11.50 " 8.75
10.00 " 8.00
Regular $5.00 Sicilian $1.35
3.00 " 2.05
" 3 00Cassimero 2.05
2.50 Flo unci 2.15
1.75 Flnnektte 1.35
1.50 " 1.15
WATCH THIS AD NEXT WEEK
Circuit Court was convened in Hepp
ner Monday forenoon by Joltje W. R
Ellis. District Attorney G. W. Phelps
and the following attorneys were pre?
eot: II II Hewett, Albany; J C Bur
dett, Arlington ; A 6 Bennett, Dull
J H Ralev. Tendleton! 8 E Notion, i OQ
Islington; w r myers, lone; t
Woodson, C E Redfitld, S E Van Vac
tor, G W Res, Heppner.
The grand jury was composed as fol
lows: E L Freeland, J L Yeaiter, T J
Matlock, J M White, J jbn Kilkenny, II
Oldeo and I A Allyn.
The case of D E Gilmsn vs Emmet
Cochran was argued Monday, and after
the jury being out all night and opto
the time of converiing of court Tueaday
morning, no decision having been ar
rived at, the jury was d n-hared.
Tuesday some equity cases were before
the court, and yesterdsy the caees of
the State vs P C Creaaell, and the Stat
yt Albert R-a and Chas Matteson, werr
postponed until Friday. The jury in
the latter case a ss selected. Full pro
ceedings will appear in thett columns
Heppner Meat Market
BCY YOUK. MEAT AT THE NKW MARKET. WE KILL OUR OWN
lock. Thy are Dot driven and aiarvwi We do not feed swill or
offalls. Our prices are the lowest
Mutton, per Quarter . . , Scents
Mutton, sliced , . . 7 "
Chuck Steak . . . . 6 "
Round Steak . . , . 9 "
Porterhouse . . . . II "
Boiling Beef, forequarter . . 6 "
Prime Ribs . . . . . 8 "
. :: PHONE l'J7 ::
THE HEPPNER MEAT MARKET, Ceo. French, Proprietor
Mothers Praise It.
Mothers everywhere praise One Min
ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has
relieved and the lives of their little ones
it has ave t. A rertsin ure for coughs,
croup and b"Oi ing cough. Fur sale )y
Heppner Drug Co.
Card of Thanks.
We leh to express our heirtftlt
thank to all our frU-nds, and ccpwially
to the Order of Elks, who so k-.ndly
assisted us at the death and funeral of
cor beloved son Frank.
J. B. Nattkr and Wife.
Now is the Time
YOUR NEW FALL SUIT
New Stock for Fall
and Winter Just In
:- LOUIS & PLEISS, TailorB -:
: :: :: : OREGON
For Sale Beef cattle and feeders.
About 40 head of 2 and 3 year-old steers
and 3 end 4 year old cows, Cne feeder.
Also at all times Scotch Collie puppies.
b24 B. P. Swaggakt.
At The Churches.
There will be preaching services In the
Baptist church next Sundav.
J, V. Mockt, Pastor.
M. K. Church, South Preaching Ron-
day at 11 m., sod 7:00 p. in. Sunday
school 9;45 e. m. J. M. Bkaud, Pastor.
JUv, II. S. Slianglc, presiding tlder of
The NEW YORK
WE liKG TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE
have ju-t received a large shipment of Fall
and Winter goods,-consisting of dry and
drt'Hs goods; Flannelettes, Flannels, Ladies'
and Children's and Cent's Underwear, Men's
and Hoys' Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Also
a great variety of Ladies' Suits, Skirts, and
Jackets. Having bought all these lines di
rect from the manufacturers at a special re
duced price, for spot cash, we are, there
fore, prepared to sell the Fame at New York
prices. Come and judge for yourself, as a
trial will convince you that you will get the.
best value for your money at the
THE HEW YORK BARGAIN STORE
Near the Palace Hotel
WHITE : & : STAM
3 1$ LfiWtTJ
ttXX3Cl lOi I
DOOCC'Q V I
OCCO V I
I I 1
p We Pay
I 4 Per Cent
UoniiH made at
Eight Per Cent.
I nte rent
4 Per Cent
THE BRANCH HANKS
BANK OK HEPPNER
Loans frue of charge to Its di ponitors is a liati'laome
STEEL HOME SAVINGS BANK
Which is kept at the home of the depositor, where it is
always open for deposits.
The bank has a slot retaining device and money can
only be taken out at the Bank of Heppner where the key
Get one of these banks and you will bo surprised at
the rapidity witlt which your savings will accumulate.
See what you could have done in the past fivo years,
by the table below.
TABLE SHOWING HOW MONEY
WORKING DAVS ONI.Y. Amount Intere.t Total
lnpoe'd Earned Amount
f .05 per day for 5 years.... $ 78 25 $ 5 57 $ S'1.82
.10 " " 6 years.... 151150 1114 1(17(14
.15 " " 5 years.... 2.14 75 10 71 250 4(1
.20 " " 5 tears.... 31S IK) 22 2H 3:15 'J8
25 " "6 years.... Sill 25 27 K5 41110
30 " " 6 years 4i f0, 31142 50 .112
.40 " " 6 year (lull 00 44 fill (170 5(1
.50 " "5 years.... 782 50 55 70 K3H.20
.75 " " 5 years.... 1 148 75 73 55 1,247 30
1.00 " 6yers.... 1,5(15 00 111.40 1,(170.40
125 ' 6 years.... 1,1151125 1 311.25 2 0115 50
150 " ' 5 years.... 2,347 M) 1(17 10 2 514 (10
175 " 5 years.... 2 73S 75 1811)5 21(23 70
2.00 " " Sytarw.... 3 130(H) 222 80 2 352 80
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