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VOL. 20. NO. 8.
Birthday Party.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Olark was the scene of a gathering of
happv children on the 13th inst. , the
occasion being the birthday of Miss
Mary, the eldest daughter of the'
household. A very delightful time
was had and Mary received beautiful
gifts of perfumed handkerchiefs.
After playing various games a deli
cious lunch was served in the dining
room, the table beinc ornamented
with a large birhday cake as a center
piece. Miss Quick entertained the
children with a delightful story and
Miss Gladys Lane helped to chaperone
the little ones. Those present besides
Mary and Marjory Clark were: Cora
Mae Crawford, Fay Carter, Ethel
Thompson, Lovell Lueas, Ethel Mike
sell, Bornice Sigsbee, Ruth French,
Austin Smith, Stanley Minor, Frankie
Gentry, Baird Patterson, Ellis Irwin,
Harold Case, Acnes Feldman, Wil
etta Barratt and Evelyn Humphreys.
Don't think that piles can't be
enred. Thousands of obstinate cases
have been cured by Doan's Ointment.
50 cents at any drug store.
Prizes For Our Farmers.
The following prizes have been
offered by implement dealers of Port
land, Oregon, for the best five acres of
either spring or fall-sown wheat, to
be grown upon typical wheat land,
precipitation of locality in which the
wheat is grown to be considered in
awarding the prizes:
CLASS-G.-Morrow County.
1st Prize-No. 1 New Superior Fan
ning Mill and Bagger, donated by
the Foott-Titus Machinery House,
Portland, Oregon.
2nd Prize Deep well Pump, donated
by the Eeierson Machinery Co.,
Portland, Oregon.
3rd Prize $26 in cash by Beall & Co. ,
Portland. Oregon.
In Class G it is expected that com
petitors will give cultural methods
and furnish a detailed reoorda s to cost
of preparing the ground , yield, variety
of wheat grown, date of seeding and
amount of seed sown per acre.
All those who deisre to compete for
prizes should notify the Traveling
Agricultural Advisor, Mr. Orren
Beaty, Moro, Oregon. 2t.
vm 'J
says a wise philosopher
YES. And he is also how he eats, and
when, and WHERE.
He is a better man in several ways for
sitting down regularly to an attractive
well-ordered table.
The Palace Hotel solicits your business.
Heppner Garage
Bert Bowker, Prop.
Automobile for hire. Repair work of all kinds
done. Gasoline and oil for sale. Machines housed,
cleaned and oiled.
Agent for the 1912 Cadillac
2 Are You Boosting bor
row County ?
U Are Vou Patronizing
Home DntSustry ?
superior to any imported article. If you
are not using our products call at our
ofliee on Main Street and get a testing sample.
Our flour is made exclusively from selected
Morrow County Bluestem Wheat.
Seed Grain, Rolled Feed,
Alfalfa Seed.
We Solicit the Storage of your Wool
mii i iMn m o
iLw t otu:;r oszLl
JUL! 3
Heppner Preparing For Big
Time. $1000 Will Be
Raised; Two Days Enjoy
ment For People of County.
A meeting of citizens and business
men of Heppner was held at the Coun
cil Chambers on Monday evening to
discuss the proposition of a celebra
tion for Heppner on July 4.
W. W. Smead was elected tempor
ary chairman and presided.
After gome talks bv different busi
ness men it was unanimously decided
to celebrate, and arrangements look
ing to that end were made.
An executive committee, consisting
of Sam E. Van Vactor, chairamn. T.
J. Mahoney, Frank Gilliam. O. P.
Hendricson aud J. L. Wilkins was
appointed, also a committee to solicit
At least $1000 is to be raised and
two days of a jolly, old-fashioned cel
ebration provided for. There will
be fun for evreybodv and Morrow
county is going to be Heppner's guest
on these days.
We hope to give fuller particlarB in
next issue by which time more definite
arrangements will have been made.
Don't Let Approching Season
Keep You From Win
ning a Prize.
State Superintendent L. R. Alder
man has addressed a letter to the
boys and gitls of Oregon who have
decided to grow some garden produce,
raise some chickens, or pigs, or sew,
cook or carpenter for their local fair
or the state far, in connection with
the ereat state wide series of agriqul
tural and industrial contests this year.
Ihe younc people are reminded that
their schools are closing, a hot aud
tempting summer is approaching, and
that the rewards both in prizes and in
good habit cultivation will continue
as big as they are now although the
number of contestants to claim them
may grow smaller. In his letter the
state superintendent says:
"Your schools are now closinsg and
many of you wil hear the call of the
swimming pool and the shady woods.
I hope you respond to these calls of
nature with a risht good will but do
not forgnt your aardens and your pigs
and poultry. If you forget your gar
dens, the calves, aud chickens, or
your little brothers and sisters are
likely to disturb them. If you neglect
your pigs they will squeal od you.
Stand by the work vou have started.
The number of contestants may grow
smaller but the value of the prizes
will grow greater, for with those
little lambs, goats, aud pigs to be
given for the best vegetables are fat
tening, those Shetland ponies are get
ting more glossy, and that thousand
dollars in cash is looming uo like the
mountains of Midas. At least $20,000
in cash and merchanise will be given
in prizes to the boys and girls of Ore
gon this year.
"Perhaps you would like to hear
what the schools in the other counties
are doing. You may easily guess
this from the fact that there are to be
over 85 children's fails. By county
the number already reported to my
office is as follows:
Bakerl, Bentonl, Clackamas 10,
Clatsop 1, Columbia 2, Coos and Curry
1, Crook 2, Douglas 6, Gilliam 1,
Grant 1, Harney 1, Hood River
Jackeon I. Josephine 1, Klamath
Lake 1, Lane 7, Lincoln 1, Lim
Malheur 1, Marion 2, Morrow
Multnomah 2, Polk 1, Sherman 1, Till
amook 2, Umatilla 7, 'Inion 7. Wal
lowa 1, Wasco 1, Washington 8,
Wheeler 3, Yamhill 1.
"We think there will be severl
others but the first reports show- the
above as certain. From the middle
of Augus to the middle of Octoberthe
work of boys and girls will be the
center of attraction at these fairs.
Isn't this a fine race? Now that you
are fairly into the game show your
grit and stick to it to the end."
Poor appetite is sign cf impaired
digestion. A few dopes of Chamber
lain'a Stomach and Liver Tablets will
strengthen your diecstien and improve
your appetite. Thousands have betn
benetfied by tasing theee Tablets.
Sold by Tatterson & Son.
Graduation of Class of Eight
at Christian "Church To
morrow Night "Mr. Bob"
on Last Evening.
This has been a busy week for
teachers and pupils of the local
school. Preparations have been goiug
on for weeks, in fact, getting ready
for the graduating exercises, prepar
ing exams and pert rming various
other stunts incumbent on teachers and
pupils at the close of the school year.
The week was begun by services at
the M. E. church on last Sunday morn
inc. at which time the baccalaureate
sermnn was preached by the pastor,
Rev. W. A. Pratt, to a large congre
gallon. This was a splendid oration
from the text "I Find no Fault in
this Man," an ilustration of perfec
tion from the life of Christ. Rev.
Pratt sustained his subject well and
made manv striking points, appropri
ate not only to the graduates, but to
all those present, as well. A choir
of six rendered some excellent music
for the occasion, and Mrs. Boyden
presided at the piano. The' church
was beautifnlly decorated for the
event bv the Juniors.
On last evenina, "Class Night" the
graduates presented "Mr. Bob" to a
good house at the Star theatre. The
cast consisted entirely of the members
of the 1913 class and considering all
tuey had on fiands during tle past few
weeks, they did well and are entitled
to ranch credit.
The program for tomorrow evening
will be presented at the Christian
church and will be free to the public
It is as follows: v
Ovreture - Orchestra
Invooaton - Rev. John McAllister
Chorus - - 6th and 7th Grades
Oration "The Old Order Changeth
Arthur R. Crawford
Vocal Solo - - Marie Hager
Oration "Tho Reward of Persever
gnce" - . Marshall" Phelps
Duet - - Marie Hager, Minnalena
Oration "Beyond the Alps Lies Italy"
Harold A. Cohn
Class Address Hoj. J. H. Ackerman
Monmouth Oregon
Chorus - - High School
Vocal Sole - - Ella D. Funk
Presentation of Diplomas
Music , - - - Orchestra
The rtrmoni of Ihe Swamp
are mosquitoes. As they sting they
put deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the
tires of ft vi-r. The appetite flies and
the srength fails: also malaria paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm. ITretwell, of Lucama, N.
C, "three bottles drove all the mal
aria from my system, and I've had
good health ever since. " Best for
all stomai-h, liver and kidney ills. 50
cts. at Slocum Druse Co.
Church Announcements.
Bible school at 10 a. m. B. Y. P.
U. at Baptist church 7 p. m. Preacli
ing morning and evening at lone by
Rev. McAllister. Theme 11 a m. ,
"Teras of the Sower and Songs of the
Reaper." B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Sub
ject for evening, 8 p. m., "The
Young Man, the Old Man and the New
Man." Preaching at Morgan 3 p. m.
All are requested to attend these ser
vices and are weclome.
11 a. m. ,
A basket
Rev. War-
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing at Upper Rhea creek just above
the Crocket Kirk place at
and about 3 in afternoon,
dinner between services
ren use to preacli near this place in
1879. Next Friday at 3 in afternoon
there will be a Baptismal service on
Rhae creek at Mr. Frank Barlow's
place. His two daughters are to be
recieved into the church.
Lame back Is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the back
for which yon will find nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment For
sale by Patterson & Son.
FOR SALE to make room for
young stock, two pens of choice sin
gle comb Rhode Island Reds. Cock
and seven hens, $15.00. Worth doable
th price.
L. W. Br'rgs Heppner, Oregon.
In looking over our Spring stock which
has just been received, we believe we
have the best assortment of goods that H
has ever been shown here.
A Splendid Line
of Ladies' Waists, Collars, jab
ots, etc. They are snappy
just the style you want.
Here are a few of our standbys:
Banner Brand Waists, Underskirts & Dresses;
Nemo and II. & G. Corsets; Simpson's Prints
Amoskeag A. F. C. Ginghams, Ripplettes and
Galateas. Bed Goose Shoes for Children, Pa
cific and Swell Shoes for Ladies, Atlantic and
Senate Shoes for Men and Boys, Hansen
Gloves, Conqueror Hats, Standard Shirts,
Collegian Clothes, Boss-of-the-Road OveralK
Royal Club Canned Goods, 'M. J. B. Coffee
Crystal White Soap, Fuller's Sheep Mark-
ing Paint, Crisco,. Easy Jell, etc. : :
Thomson Bros.
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Fruits and Vegetables
always to be found
A. ftfl. PMELPS
The Grocer

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