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Here is Volume 1, Number l
of the BOARDMAN MIRROR
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happening of your I i t rict; your
hopes, ambitions and desires,
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the. subject touched upon. We
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the view, or concavity to txag
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focus the blinding rayt on the
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Boardman is a small commun
ity now, but a united one, and
while hardly large enough to
support a newspaper a plan has
bten worked out so the loyal
supporters of the proji ct and
hard working pioneers of this
community ma.v have a means of
disseminating the news anil an
out let for the expression! of thin
views and plans.
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M. A Olkvri, i. Publisher
feat of the central powers, BV nim leatti In the
n many sections of the Unit- t0"et water drlaE . .,.
ed States dairying suffered dur- ,ifP in bUiroue is Juai one wur after
ing and following the war, owing Hbther.
t i the fact t hat it was to
In these days of reconstruc
lion and conseuent high living
costs, nothing is ol tnvsh great
er importance than an undimin
ished supply of dairj products,
They form essential items in the
daily food of all people, especial
ly growing children and those
whose employment consumes
energy and tissue The experi
ence of t he great war show, d
that no nations suffered in great
er measure than thoae denied an
adequate supply ol these food
laments, Laok of them contri
buted largely to the destruction
Of morale anil the ultimate (i.
siderable degree a standardized
Industry, which being suddenly
confronted by new conditions
and radical changes, could not
readily adapt itself to them. In
spite of increased prices for the
products, the cost of making
them arose so rapidly that many
people engaged in the industry
found it unprofitable, Also,
there was the additional factor
of greater profit in bee! Mi ni in
dairy products, whn-h created a
line of competition resulting in
'the depletion of herds.
The state of affairs confront
ing the industry caused the gov
ernment, the agricultural col
leges and the special university
departments to take hold of the
problem In earnest, This has
resulted in a vast amount of re
rearch work, the application of
much practical knowledge and
the learning of many new things
which have been of great bene
fit to all persons engaged in
dairying, whether as a complete
pursuit or incidental to othpr
farm occupants. It is to a dis
semination ol this knowledge
that a dairy feature has been
added to the Standard.
A column of live matter will
be published each week. It cov
ers the whole field of breeding,
raisii g, feeding and caring for
dairy animals; milk production,
butter and cheese making and
the various side lines and by
products. The Held of science
and invention receives adequate
consideration as well as the more
practical, everyday side of the
The subject matter covers a
wide range and there in not a
single issue but contains much
of interest as well us of practic
al value to everyone even remo
tidy connected with the indus
try. Anyone following the col
umns for I year will have mon
Useful information concerning
dairying than he could gain from
any other source.
Do yon reali." Mr. Dairyman,
that the scientists and experts
of the United States govern
ment and the scientists and ex
perts of many state institutions
and universities are working for
you thru t ins real ure r
cun itli'unl llu-iu.
days for those who
The children never heroine too Old
to want to l he circus.
Thus far profiteering landlord! have
been merely .sliiiied on the wrist.
That bolshevik hear treats opposi
tion forces along the fluy as meru Insects.
The man who pays the freight now
Is the ultimate consumer, whoever he
Thai avaltor who expects to fly
around the glohe wants the world un
der his feet.
After paying the new I'ullmnn
rate-: there will not be much left to
tip the porter.
Wood alcohol Causes hllnrlness.
which onghl to he a warning to a man
to keep his eyes open.
Maybe It Is the heat in Japan that
Is causing them to worry about things
we do not say or think.
Why worry about the coal shortage?
Some experts announce that the mil
lennium will be here In 1988.
The wels acclaim the London
dentist who says champagne and beer
make nn excellent tooth wash.
Maybe there Is honor among
thieves, hut the way the whisky run
ners cheat one another Is shocking.
The porter Is likely to consider a
28-C8TH tip as Insufficient from a man
who can afford to travel these days.
Ron mania may he small hut It Is
not too proud to light and the bigger
they are they better It likes to tackle
More twins are being horn In this
country than ever before, fortunately
this is the best country on earth for
Paper sails can he made to sell for
00 cents retail, and thus I real use
may be found for UH Congressional
Among oilier catastrophes no one
will weep over Is tile passing of the
silk shirt era, as noted In a New York
What has become of the old fash
ioned family that used to reach the
conclusion that It would have to
In bis secret heart the vacationist
In a brssselesi resort yearns for the
hard eommsrclal dependability of the
The American women entries In the
Olympic games explain why the
doughbovs sang of the girls they left
It Is foolish to worry Hoout ttie li
Hire, bill now and then some of us
CMl help wnnderliii' If the fall turnip
t-rnii "HI he up m 1 he reipilrements
ami whether the high cost of dyes win
malts circus Istnonads mors expensive
Bubsorlbt for Tits Minor.
While It Is cheering to learn thai
apple are nol gOllg up, survey yi
the market convinces one that they
are already up.
Advocates of n lllerncy lest for Ire
migrants tuny notice i hut a large pari
ol the country's crime Is not commit
ted by illiterates.
A POINT OVERLOOKED
The Greeks are reported saying they
don't want Constantinople yet. And
when I by do the will probably not
be able to gel It.
Those paper suits the government
Is proposing to Import should go well
with some of those paper-soled shots
we have been wearing.
Kvldence Continues to accumulate
prevtnf that bolsbertam and dermic
racy are not only din'erent but ffS
press Ibly antagonistic.
The Russian reds do nol place much
faith In the Hlble. hut they will In
wise If they remember what comes
after prhle and a han-hty spirit.
A song has been heard across the
ocean by wireless telephone. Science
has celebrated one more victory over
time and distance lu this wonderful
France Is sending an expert to the
Tnittsl States to solicit a loan. An
expert In this calling Is one who Is
"on" to the hue points around luuch
As It Is learned thHt more energy
and effort are required to maintain a
strike than are used In working, the
popularity of these outbreaks begins
to lessen, i
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$8,500 Worth of
Practically Given Away
That's what it means w hen The Peoples Warehouse send their goods to
the Final Clean-Up Department, The Bargain Basement
We have sent to The Bargain Basement $8,500 worth of the best wear
ever offered in Pendleton and are offering it fora quick clean tip at prices you
have never before heard of at prices ihat will fairly make you clamor for the
good bargains. There are the finest Women's Coats, wonderfully good Suits
the prettiest of Silk Dresses tin1 best of Wool Dresses, Skirts. Waists, Sweaters,
Corsets. Furs, Middies aud hundreds of other good things. This is good news
for till, for von have waited patiently for something good. Visit this Sale
Every Day. It w ill Pay you.
Besides the goods advertised you will find hundreds of dollars worth o
other exceptionally good Bargains that will make von you attended this
Sale. Tell your neighbor she'll be glad you conveyed the news whereby she
ran save. During thi Sale all alterations at absolute cost.
PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE