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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1928.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas J. Brady. Pastor.
Next Sunday, October 14th, will
be the twentieth Sunday after Pen
tecost, and there will be two masses
In the parish, the first, which will
be a High Mass, will take place in
Heppner at 8:30, and the second will
take place in lone at 10:30. The
pastor will preach at both services.
A meeting of the church committee
in lone will be held next Sunday
after the mass there. Matters of
great importance will be acted upon,
and hence the pastor wishes a full
attendance of all parties interested
in the projected matters.
Each morning during the month
of October, which is specially dedi
cated to the Rosary, there will be
mass in the church at 7 a. m., with
rosary, litany, prayers, and on Wed
nesdays and Saturdays throughout
the month of October, there will be
Benediction of the Blessed Sacra
ment, preceded by the rosary devo
tions. The pastor respectfully and ener
getically calls the attention of all
to the business matters of the con
gregation and asks the cooperation
of every one in furthering the cause
of religion and of the church. The
pastor who has been without a
housekeeper for several weeks will
have some one to attend to the do
mestic affairs of the congregation
as far as the rectory is concerned.
The housekeeper will come from
Iowa, and she is expected here
about the third week of October if
The feast of All Saints will occur
on November first, which will be
Thursday, and there will be two
masses in the local church, the first
at 7 o'clock to meet the wishes of
those who must go to work and also
to meet the wishes of school chil
dren who must be on time for
school. On November 2nd will oc
cur the feast of All Souls, a day on
which the dead are commemorated.
There will be three masses in the
church in Heppner on that day, all
celebrated for the dead. The hours
for these masses will be at 7:00, 7:45
and 8:15. The mass at 7 will be a
high mass for the dead. The day it
self will be preceded by three days
of special services commemorative
of the dead, and these devotions will
be held at 7:30 on Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday, and Friday will
be the feast of All Souls, and also
the first Friday of the month of
On the third Sunday of October,
that is, October 21st, the pastor will
go to Boardman for mass at 7:45 in
the morning, which will be celebrat
ed at as yet an unannounced place,
but in the absence of anything more
specific the service will be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Coon
ey. The mass on the third Sunday
in Heppner will occur at 11 o'clock.
to the development of any portion
of the state must necesasrily retard
the development of the state as a
Curry county, the small sister
county of the state, is just emerg
ing from a state of dormancy by
reason of the opening up of this
region by the construction of the
scenic Roosevelt highway, and fur
ther withdrawal of its natural re
sources from commercial develop
ment will irreparably injure its in
habitants, as well as those of the
state at large, and the counties tra
versed by the Umpqua, the Mc
Kenzie and the Deschutes will like
wise be seriously retarted in their
With these facts confronting
them, and, owing to a system that
permits conditions of a like nature
to arise, the citizens of Curry coun
ty must humbly plead their cause
at the bar of PUBLIC OPINION
and rest their case with the think
ing voters of the state at large.
This they do and respectfully re
quest that all voters interested in
the development of Oregon as a
whole go to the polls on November
6 with the firm determination to
vote no on each of the four vicious
measures designed to withdraw the
rivers in question from further com
W. C. Cox and family were vis
itors on Saturday at Hermiston,
taking in the Project fair. Mr. Cox
has numerous customers for the
creamery over that way.
CARD OF THANKS.
We sincerely thank the friends
and neighbors who assisted us in
every way during the long illness
and at the burial of our beloved
wife and mother; also for the many
beautiful floral offerings.
L. A. FLORENCE.
N. O. FLORENCE
Run a G.-T. Want Ad.
Independent Candidate for Sheriff:
To the Electorate of Morrow
I .hereby announce myself an In
dependent candidate for the office
of Sheriff of Morrow County at the
general election on Nov. 6, 1928, and
shall appreciate your support
BAYARD SAGER, Violinist and Teacher,
from the McDonald School of Music, Pendleton,
will be in Heppner on Monday to organize a vio
lin class. Those interested may leave their names
with Miss Ede at the high school.
Wanted, furnished house, respon
sible party. Inquire this office.
PLEA FOR PRESERVATION.
Port Orford News.
CURRY COUNTY now has 65 per
cent of its area withdrawn from
taxation that portion included In
the Siskiyou national forest reserve
yet on the November ballot there
will appear a measure to further
withdraw Curry's natural resources
from commercial development and
beneficial use, viz., the bill for the
closing of the Rogue river to fur
ther power, Irrigation and mining
development, and as a source of sup
ply for municipal use. The adoption
of the bill means that this rich tim
ber and mineral area of Southwest
ern Oregon must remain in an un
developed state. Why? Solely for
the benefit of the sports fisherman
who desires this region to remain a
wilderness so that he may spend a
week or two of each year therein
This measure is one of four simi-
lraly drawn and designed to similar
ly withdraw the Umpqua, the Mc
Kenzie and the Deschutes rivers
from further commercial develop
ment, so that the great regions tra
versed by these four streams may
forever remain closed.
With the balance of the voting
power resting in Multnomah and
other counties not directly affected
by these measures, the citizens of
the areas traversed by these streams
are at the mercy of those who have
no interest in the commercial de
velopment of these regions, which,
in the aggregate, constitute about
one-fourth of the area of the state.
and therefore, they must plead for
Justice at the hands of the voters
of the state at large, basing their
plea on the fact that any obstacle
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A Contrast in Principles
FOR the protection of labor, indus
try, agriculture and citizenship the
Republican parry started the protective
tariff. The Paine-Aldrich bill which
was wiped out by democratic leadership
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which went into effect in 1922, closed
America's doors to the free entry of
European manufactured goods, pro
duced by cheap labor, and the livestock
and agricultural products of South ,
America, New Zealand and Australia.
Under these a duty of 42 cents a bushel
was placed on wheat; 15 cents a bushel
on corn; 1 1-2 to 2 cents a pound on
cattle; 50 cents per hundred pounds on
potatoes; $2 a head on sheep and 31
cents per pound on scoured wool.
THE Democratic party has always
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THE tariff is the safe-guard of American industry, agriculture and commerce. If
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