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THE HEPHNtK TIMES.
THURSDAY. DEC. 8. 1004.
Subscription, 41.00 Pur Year.
A uotl leather In J lor sale. Inquire
at tula ollite.
Ttia lleppncr Meat Market it tlx place
to mv Uiouey.
JHXW roll of wall puper at reduced
priced l YcuKcr'a.
Lr, M. A. l.cucli, dentist, office hi the
new I'air tnulihiiK,
Menu are beiiiu sold cheap ul the
lleppncr Meat Maikct.
Your uioiu'y refunded i( Iltpner
flour falls tu Kive tntttfitciiuu.
'file Vanillic it making clone price ou
cigai by the box fur Christmas,
Mrs, Mouut, muu liu beta quite tick
for win-It, in slowly improving.
llcn'ltjuartcra fur frame and pk'tuici
ml kirn! of furutiurc. J. L. Yeagcr,
UuuU Japanese cook, want position
to work lit family. Addles I'nUce Hotel
I'.very sack ol lleppncr flour positive1'
- SMmntrct XO glV Htl!clloJ or UlOU. ,
llepptier Hour I again on the market.
Uvery vack positively guaranteed to give
gntlalactioii or inoiiry refunded.
Uev. V. J. Coblty of Lexington, will
pieaeu nest Sunday at the South Molho
Uit church, both morning ud evening.
Wlicii yuu waul plettaaut laxative
lake Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver
Tablet. For Mir by Slocuu. lrug Cp.
"Why Uc a liaptikt," will be discussed
by Kv. J. W, Mount tu the Baptist
church next bunday morning. Uo and
N. 0. Maria, traveling coriepoiidcut
for the Rural Spirit, apeut yt-sterday in
lleppncr In thu lulereat of that liveitock
Peter Huucruln ud waa up from Cecil
the fimt ol the week luokiug after aouie
matter in an ctate for which be i ad-uiiulatialor.
Karl Conacr, who ban made Ileppucr
hi borne the pant eighteen uioulhi, de
epartcd Saturday for I'ortlHiid to reside,
Garrett Roger and Anna nderoon of
Rock Clerk, wi re married at the l'alace
bote! in tbia city Saturday evening, lUv.
J. W. Mount ollkitiling.
1 100 reward will be pmd for informa
tion Icudlug to the uncut aud conviction
of purtiea cutting auy of our outalde
lencea. i'eulaud Livestock & Laud Co.
The jury of award at the St. Louis V.z
pimiiioii tiHt nient a good deal ol time
examining into thu im-rila of llie aevciai
t) iiiiicm ou fxiiiliitiou, 1 lie Visible
Writing Underwood i j pt writer waa
ii aided the l.rmiil I'm.- on evi-ry point
i'he Urrguti Underwood agency ia at liJi
I'roul hunt, l'oitl.unl, and will, iurunth
a catalogue ou application.
Goo. Conacr, w ho b.ia had the man
iigciiieut of the construction tW llie ccinc
tery water ayalim, iiiforutH us that the
j nil in ia now complete, with the excep
tiou of renu'titiug the reservoir, which
work wilt be done next aprmg in ample
time to uc the water next year. Mr.
Conner Mya thut all partita who so de
aire can commence improvements at any
lime by way of putting out ah rubbery or
otherwise beautifying their cemetery
lots, with the full assurance that they
can be furnished with plenty of water
m il season.
Meaars. M. A. and A. K. Hates of Hard
man, were in the city the firat of the
work attending to tome buaiueaa mutters,
and informed u t' at Mr. A. V,. Hates
had accepted a contract for the distribu
tion of one thouiand telephone poles for
the I'aciGc States Telephone Co. between
lleppncr and Taiker'a mill, a distance of
thirty miles. The poHla are all sawed
cedar and are to be delivered witbiu
twenty days. Mr. Bateawill be assisted
by hi brother M. A. and six teams will
be employed in the work. The new
line will be constructed along the public
road instead of cutting across fields as
heretofore, and will have two wires in
lead of one.
r.n ... t t ...-I- .H.I ! a rntirh
wail ai j . m. v - j
at bargain. j
Look at the new ad of the Heppner
Meat Market. j
II. A. Myers was in Saturday from his
ranch few miles below town.
II. Nellaon was down from Ilardmao
1'riday, doing buaineas in this city.
The Annual Teachern' Inttlluta will be
held at lleppncr Dec. 21, 'It, and 'IX
I. K. Cox returned last week from
ten days vlt.lt with relatives at LaCrande.
Lout A gents' tie with crescent ntli k
pin. l'inder will be suitably rewarded
by leaving tame at this office,
Theo, Audertou waa in town Friday
nd S tin day from F.ight Mile.
In couiemplallon of moving to For' and
I offer my lurnlture and horse and biif gy
for tale. IC. C.Wills.
Spetial attention called to the fine line
of baud painted China and Libhey'a cut
glaa. F. 0. llorg, Jewelur and optician.
Carl K bet was operated upon at Fort-,
land last week for appendicitis, and Is
reported to lw getting along nicely,
Olaaaes properly Cited to the most
dificult caae of refrai tion by graduate
optician, at P. O, Borg's, lieppner, Ore.
. mm wnmw tnoaf roinptrtt 'Tinf"
of fancy, plain and mixed candies, which
they offer very cheap in bulk lota. See
them before making your holiday pur
Mr. L. K. Cob ii will sell her entire
stock of millinery at cost price. Pattern
bat, plumes, velvets, ribbon, a complete
line of hats, cheap, also reduction on
Suits, Cloaks, etc.
R. F. Wiggle orth was In from But
ter Creek Monday night to ride the
Camp gout. lie aays the goat didn't
buck as hard with him a it did with
some of the other boys. 1
The Fpworth League of the M. H.
church will serve a New Ivugland dinner ,
Friday, December 0, bediming t 6 p.
in , In the vacant store room next to
Slocum's drug store. Dinner 2.'c,
I an Rice has been down from bit
rach near ilardman several dayt the pa4
week having a polaoned finger treated.
It pained him considerably for ten days,
but at last reMirla was doing nicely.
A. C. Pcttys, who was lo Ileppnci
Tuesday from his ranch near lone, In
formed The Times that he lias not yet
finished his fall seeding. He ia sowing
bout 400 acre more than be intended j
to earlier in the season and now has to
buy wheat to finish up as be had o!4 off
all hi crop before he decided to seed
more ground. !
A new discovery for all coughs, coldn,
croup, whooping cough, etc., it Kenue
dy's Laxative Honey and Tar. It cms
phlegm, draws out the inflammation,
curcK alt roughs, strengthens the luncs
and bronchial tube and assists in expell
ing a cold from the ayatein by moving
the bowela Pleasant to take and con
tatna o opiate It is the children's Irierid
Sold by lleppncr Drug Co.
Oscar Kdwards is in from Sa jd Hollow
this week receiving treatment for catanh ,
of the he ol, which has been bother'ng j
him considerably of late. He tells us
that all farmers in his section have their
fall work finished up, but some seeding
will lie done in the spring. He lias up
wards of 2')0 acres fall seeding of wheat
and will seed 300 acre to wheat and oata
next spring, making closa to (iOO acres he
will farm altogether next season.
h J, Slocutn, who has been in Eugene
the pant two weeks, hat purchased a
drug store in that city and will move bis
family there. The P.ngene Register
aays of the sale: "By direction of C. A.
Wlntermeier, referee in bankruptcy, the
Vincent drug stock waa told under bid
vesterday afternoon, E.J. Slocutn, a res
ident of Heppner, being the purchaser,
and the price being $1000 tor the stock
and pOQ ler twe fixtures. The stock in
voiced at something over fioOO.
That will gluiMtm the hearts of the little folks, and are lie;ht on the puree as well, are here now in abundance. We
have junt opened up our line of Xmas toys and dolls. Nearly every kind of toy imaginable and dolls galore.
We arc not noing to try to describe them, but shall insist on your coming lo see tKem. By the way, toys and
dolls are not the only things which go to make up the list for the Xmas presents. Allow us to suggest a few
only of the hundreds of things we have for your choosing when you go shopping with your Xmas list in hand.
We jnat opened up and placed on tale today a
small assortment of uioet beautiful Medallion,
which are exact copie of the original hand paint
ing exhibited in the fine art building at the St.
Iiui exposition, by some of the most famous
it a ife rize painting by a French artist and val
ued at $75,000 We have a reproduction of it in
a beautifully framed Medallion for.. $4 75
Another beautiful painting by a French artist, and
aJ - - - w .ujy in
both size and coloreffect in a Medallion for..,.
f 3 75
Thi beautiful picture wa also in the French ex
hibit and valued at 45,000; reproduced in tbe
Medallion for JJ00
Looked so natural in the original painting that
one felt like -ipping his bat to her. Painting
valued at f 50,000. Copy of it in thi beautifully
framed Medallion at $ 50
We could offer nothing that would carry with it
more joy and appreciation by the recipient than
one of those beautiful imported Waist Patterns
of silk and wool in all the wanted colors. No
two alike. Ask for the ' Eolian" cloth. At
the pattern only $3 25
A fine beautiful brown nub Broad Cloth shirt
waist uit pattern would gladden the heart of
j any lady Xmas morning. Cost only. ... . $985
' Or what could be nicer than one of those rain
proof coats, a fine tailored suit, or a nice manUh
Tourist coat with the butf-be hark .
"A rain proof coat for 1S 00
A fine tailored tuit for 14 00
A Tourist coat for ; 15 00
A fine skirt for f 5 00 to (13 50
It she it a lady, and we know she is, (he'd not
turn np her nose at a nice wool thirt wait for a
Xma present. We have a beautiful line ol thea
in the better grades, and better fitting garment
were never made.
Al I flan nel waiet only $1 35
Better one in Albatros and French Flannels up
to $4 50
Crushed Silk Velvet onet for $9 00
got np in the beet possible taste and at dainty as
it ia tasty it not tbe only way to reach man's
heart, for they're not all at blind to dress at they
seem. A nice hat or gloves, or shoes or overcoat,
or suit, tie or shirt or even pair of fine auipen
der, any one of the above articles presented to
a man whom we
believe to be a gen
tleman would feel
his heart leap with
come in and
these new shapes
for a "ky pie..e"
like this picture.
We have them at
$3 00 each -
He'd not be out of sort should yon give him
a pair of those natent leather Blucher cut shoes
we are selling for f3 50 or any of those $5 00 onet
would be entirely satisfactory to him.
A nice rain coat or a Tourist overcoat would
soften the hardest heart of a man if presented hin
Xmas morning in the right spirit. You can get
them here in a variety of styles at prices to suit
most any purse. A nice one for $13 00
GROCERY STORE NEWS
B. .i'i"r."37V; tI ' I
Y . .
jJrsir iHf King ;,
W e are eole agentB for the Lipton Teas which have been efficiently demonstrated at all the expositions aH
over the world. Highest and only award for tea at the Chicago World's Fair, 1893 Gold medal for teas
at the Paris Exposition, 1900. World's Fair at St. Louis awarded Sir Thos. J. Lipton highest prize for package
teas. Also grand prize for tea estate and fancy teaB. Lipton's teas are guaranteed pure, wholesome and
economical. Lipton teaB have largest sale in the world. Packed by the growers in one pound and half pound
patent air tight tins like the accompanying cut..
Seal Brand, per lb can
Perfection Blend per lb
Circle 22 per lb
DO you, on the mere ground of economy,
buy the cheapest cloth for your dress,
the cheapest carpet for your floor, the
cheapest furniture for your house ? And if
you don, why buy cheap coffee ? It is the
most expensive of all economies. Do you
realize that the best coffee to be bought
(Chase & Sanborn's Seal Bnnd) costs
actually only I cent a cup 1 You need to use
very little of it because of its high quality.
Don't take our rord for this I Test it
In t-lb. an4 s-lb. Tin
Cant (air tight).
Other hifh grades in
richly -colored parchment
bags (rooiatun proof).
MINOR & COMPANY
t imported Japanese
with Purchases cf
r- . a 1 1 I .
ftn cmergerivy iviuuiuiao. ,
l'or apraini, bruinr, burn, tcatdt and
similar injuries, there it nothing o good
a Chamberlain'! Pain Bairn. It toothet
the wound and not only gives instant re
lief from pain, but cauae the part to
heal in about one-third the time required
by the usual treatment. Sold by Slocuui
THE HOLIDAY RUSH
IB NOW ON AND
Time is Precious
Our preparations were made to anticipate
the unusual late demands of the season, and
our stock is complete. Cut Glass, Hand
Painted China, Sterling and Plaicd Silver
ware, Jewelry and Diamonds, Musical In
; P. O. BORG ;
CASH SHOE STORE
And Still They Come
MORE NEW SHOES THIS WEEK
of Unclaimed Shoes
A lot of men's and boys' shoes that have been
newly half-soled and repaired, we will sell at
less than tho cost of tho work.
25c, 50c and 75c
Headquarters for Rubber Goods
THE SITTING ROOM
MORRIS CHA'RS AND OTD PIECES .
These chairs are all very carefully built of
selected oak and will give you satisfaction
as to quality and wear. They are fitted
with a patent automatic device by which
the back can be raised and lowered to any
desired angle. No tiresome rod to move
about. Any of these would make a splendid
If you like we'll store them for you until
Christmas week. New Library Tables, quar- .
tered oak and polished. Fifty new rugs in
Axminster and Moquette Oriental Floral
and annual patterns. : : :
Yours for House Furnishings
S. J. WING