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HEPPNER HERALP, HEPPNER PRECOX
REV. FERRIS BEGINS
Willie Howard of Butter Creek is
doing business in Heppner.
Walter Gordon is in Heppner from
his Butter Creek homestead.
W. B. Tucker of Sand Hollow visi
ted the County Seat yesterday.
Rev. Ferris preached his first ser
mons as regular pastor of the Feder
ated Church laat Sunday morning and
evening. He was greeted by good
sized congregations at each service.
At the morning service three new
members were taken into the Church.
Rev. Ferris comes to the Federated
Church very highly recommended. An
Easterner by berth and training, he
was ministarally educated in the
"Southern Baptist Theological Semi
nary" of Louisville, Ky., during the
palmist days of the distinguished and
lamented Dr. John A. Broadus. Rev.
Ferris has held sfveral prominent
pastorates in Ohio and Michigan and
made for himself an enviable reputa
tion as pastor and preacher. Besides
Mrs. John Holkenberg is down from
the mountains visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waters and Dr.
and Mrs. Chick were visitors in Hepp
ner from lone last Friday.
County Fruit Inspector Wallbridge
went down to Irrigon today to look
after the orchards in that vicinity.
Arthur Brock, who is connected with
the State Printing Office at Salem, is
in the city visiting hi3 brother, Clyde
A BIG OPPORTUNITY
Wm. Hughes, an old-timer of this
section, returned to his home at Port
land after having spent a week here
J. C. McEntire and Pat Currin,
sheep raisers of the "sand country"
have sold their wool, realizing a trifle
over 15c a pound.
The Morrow County Fair Board met
yesterday and transacted several im
portant business items.
The first step was to re-elect the
officers to the same capacities they
filled so satisfactorily last year.
The copy for the premium list was
completed and is now ready for the
It was decided to use the grounds
just below Healy's Stables as a place
to hold the fair in the future. They
have been offered very satisfactory
terms on a lease agreement but pre
fer to buy the grounds outright.
Whichever way the matter is settled,
these grounds will be used in the fut
ure for the fair.
It is the plan of the directors to
erect a large dancing pavilion on the
grounds as soon as possible. They
figure on a building 60 x 120, with a
hanging platform for the orchestra.
If erected this summer they intend
renting it as ofted as possible.
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John Vaughn, prominent local busi
ness man, returned Saturday evening
after having spent a week in Portland
serving well his own denomination,
he has enjoyed a most extensive and
profitable interdenominational rela
tion. His sermon Sunday morning, entit
led, "A Great Work," was especially
interesting. He explained thut he ex
pected to do the greatest work of his
career in Heppner, inasmuch as he
expected to help the. members of his
congregation do the greatest work of
their lives. Rev. Ferris preaches a
very practical sermon and his delivery
At the morning service a feature
much enjoyed by the congregation
was a vocal duet by Miss Long and
Mack Smith received a telegram
this morning conveying the sad mes
sege that his father had passed away
last night at Albany.
Rev. Ferris went to Pendleton this
morning to attend the Umatilla Bap
tist Annual Association. He will re
turn Saturday night.
Dan Engleman was up from lone
the first of the week. Dan has been
painting things up at the Egg City
for several weeks.
Frank McNally and wife of Elgin,
arrived here the first of the week.
Mr. McNally was formerly engaged
in business in Heppner.
Ernest Moyer of Blackhor.se was a
Heppner visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Del Ward went to
lone last week to visit the Knappen
bergs. Del came back again Tuesday
but his better half remained at lone.
Rev. Van Winkle, pastor of the
Christian Church, returned home last
evening from a brief visit in Portland
and will conduct services as usual
Sunday. . .
J. D. Stevens, prominent single tax
debater of Portland, is in the city to
day and will go out to Eightmile to
visit his friends, the Robisons.
Mrs. Frank Monahan came home
Saturday evening from Condon, where
she was operated upon several weeks
ago, and is now feeling much better.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Spencer and
Thos. Brennan motored over to Echo
to see a ball game, but the dust storm
was the principal thing in evidence
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cronk, Mrs. Wil-
lard Blake and Roy Whities of lone
transacted business in Heppner yes
terday for a short time. They moter-
3d up from the Egg City.
Elmer Lewis, who is farming the
John Her ranch, returned Saturday
jvehing from a visit to his old home
In Indiana Co., Penn. He is glad to
be on Morrow County soil once more.
Mrs. White, of Staples, Minn., who
visited her brother, Jesse Beardsley,
in Heppner, left yesterday for points
in Gilliam County where she will visit
other relatives before returning to her
Roy Missildine and wife were trad
ing in Heppner th -oi the week.-
Mrs. Missildii r one of
Morrow County'A 'tic chick
en raisers. Her ii .vffrs are run
ning full time.
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Dr. Turner, an eye specialist of
Portland, who has been in Heppner
for a few days, returned to his home
He is a brother of Mrs. Ray McAl
lister of this city.
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IN 2 REELS
Bill Templeton of Spray brought
his mother to Heppner the early part
of the week to visit the family of
John Cason. bill returned home but
Mrs. Templeton will visit indefinite-
Mrs. Siler and son, Marion, mother
and brother of Mrs. Ernest Moyer of
Blackhorse, left yesterday morning
"or their home in Jefferson Co., Penn.
They have been visiting the "Moyers
iince the first of the year, and are
favorably impressed with the Eastern
A certain party who blew into town
a few days ago and got a little too
frisky in a local restaurant is now
stopping at Hotel McCraw. The
jaid party tanked up a little too-heavy
and not being suited by the food dish
ad up to him in the said restaurant,
he proceeded to throw a cup of coffee
in the waitress' face and followed this
rash act with a few lines of bad talk
that landed him before Recorder Wil
liams. The judge fined him $20 and
not having the said twenty he is lay
ing out the fine at the city bastile at
at the rate of $2 a day.
A!so? 4 Other
10 AID 1.
Munioipal Pap.r Work of D.nv.r.
Employment has been given to a
great uiany transient men and some
women In the new Industry of baling
the waste paper of the city, three car
loads of which liHve been recently sold
at a fair price. Phiw Is collected from
the large stores nud from receiving
cans on the strwt corners, la sorted,
bate and shipped to market at about
tbe rate of a carload a mouth. While
not a big flimuclul tenett to the city,
tbla method of unndlln the paper
nerves the double purpose of gettiug
rid of the waste paper without cost
and at the same time furnishing work
to jobless men. The revenue from this
paer lndusrj low supports the faml
lies of the men employed at It and lu
addition adds a little to the geuera
fund of the department
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
A strenuous week has just passed
in which the Faculty evened up all
old scores against the students. Quiz
week, the terror of the under-class
men. We are glad to say that no
failures have been reported.
The Tennis Club has been complet
ed and the members are out on the
court during their spare moments.
Many sets have been played between
the school rivals, but as the players
lack experience no fancy games have
yet been played. We believe by the
end of school the girls will be able to
claim the championship of the city.
On account of the importance of
covering all the .Physics worK, tne
Senior English class will finish their
English work this week in order to
give the Physics class the extra per
iod. As most of the Seniors are in
this class it is impossible to take
another year for it, but by taking this
extra period the work will" be well
Class Poet Young has composed the
following poem in appreciation of
Emerson. Dr. Young has an un
limited ability in poetry and as a
lassie student is unsurpassed. The
following is the learned Doctor's
Ode To Emerson.
Speak kind words to all about you,
Remove the frown from off your
Be thyself in all thy glory,
And a heaven will be this place.
Imitate and be a murderer:
What are you in this wide world 1
rake the mask from off your person,
And let the treasures be unfurled.
May the first was supposed to be
'old clothes day" but only a few of
the underclassmen came prepared,
but they wore rags enough for all.
The Seniors are one more step on
their road to graduation. Supt. Hoff-
n has ordered the diplomas. All
the records and bibles were searched
for middle names and when found
surprised everyone, even the owners.
Nathan, Kathryn, Agnes, Rauch,
Franklin, were pretty bum, but think
Best Meals in the City and at
the most reasonable prices
Everything neat and clean
Short orders served in quick and satisfactory style
New Shop just opened for business in in the Garr!gues building on main street
We desire your patronage and will treat you right We can do all kinds of Repair Work
Browers' Shoe Repairing Shop
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Last Friday some of the High
School boys participated in a farce
ball game with the town regulars.
The score wasn't bad at that but no
telling what it would have been had it
continued more than three innings.
Manager Maddock of the High
Sshool ball team recently received a
challenge from lone saying that they
will claim the championship of Mor
row County if we do not ' play them
on May 15. As yet the manager has
not decided about the game. There
have been two games played, lone
winning one and Heppner winning the
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