T I rl-C VECSOnI -TJVA. k-Mcw 1 A CiRCui 16 COMINCr MONTH? IIKr LtrsGo'DwNM AND LOOK AT THE 3IU80ARD PKTUfitS HOW, HoU7 7 jHOME HERE THI MONTH ? ) . r I,. KlMf ' ,11 !kf. id rre to 9r. stor WOSV 10 00 TO THf. 'Ji fa. 1. -, ? L J Ccrs gotta wok in 5CH001 - rii$ OAO SAYS If E JOf-.'. GET A (jOOD i HE WONT 'jE"" TC tiO"- Wtr HE'S 50 v;i;v.V! HE rH,ri-j OlU'M TWIST WW An AtSosAT Ths Boardman Mirror boardman, Uregun PUBLISHED EVERY 1'KIIjaY Mauk A. ( lkvklani). Publisher Subscription 'in advannj - $2 00 Per Ye Entered us teuond-olMi matter I'l in-iimy n 1981, at tin' pott office ut Huanliiian, oimrun, ondflf i tie Act of Man-li ;i, imv. A oompreheostve and far-reach I off proTum for brloylntf seltlur to Ore gon on a wiidI 's.iIh scale from the mid dle wi'itcrn S'teS liurinjf the cotnim; summer li ts been announced by the 0 nifon State Chamber of Commerve, TblS pi. in, which lias been "in the ni it l i n t; " for h-vhimI months, includes tii" ranting of buodredi of bom0tMk BrS 1 1 1 Ore 00 in a liudy anil a person ally oo ifju ited lotlf by miUJinnliile mer (be i n litre stair. The State Chamber will devote It em no energy and reaouroea to the tak of puttlD(f thli piftll thru affect. Ive v during tbe eominjf sprint; aid ItHniner Brii By, 'lie program adapted by the Board of Din mors is as follows: Kirl.y this (pi log, agents will be sent to can vass the middle western s'atea includ ing tbe Dikoias, low .i, Kansas, Neb rMk I, Colorado! Wyoming, Montana and I in, for tbe purpOMOf interview- Inn protpeotivt Immigranti who are Oonteni plating a move westward. Ad vie i eiVed bf the Slate Chamber dn ii f the pail few inonibs indicute thai ' is westward movement will be on :l 1 scale this lummer than in fin nei years, and these advance agents will gather together a large group to move lo Oregon on a fixed schedule and a certain date tt i believed thai a party of at, least 600 prospective settlers could be group ed together in ibis way and brut to Oregon in a body. Definite aasuranoee have been given by the railroads that I hey will Cooperate in every way with tbe proposed p an. Etomessekers rates which wsre suspended during the war were put Into effect again last Tuesday following a conference of railroad of Boisls at Oms'bs Wm Molturry, Geo eral Passenger Agent of the Union rsOlBa lines, wired from Omaha on ttasi date, Informing the State Cham ber that the Union Psolfla would co operate In every way possible in ihe proposed plan and t hut, the bo seeseri rates bod been put into effect DO tbe Union Psoifla lines serving ' Oregon. Inking advantage of these rales, srhlch permits of i top-overs nn any point enroute, the party of home seekers wmilil arrive In Oregon, the rail trip oom log to an end sl toe most advantageous point, Prom that point a personally-conducted tour over tbe enure sialc by automobile would he- route. Advance preparations would be made for their reception and each oommuaity would endeavor to Imprest 'be visitors with the attractions they have to offer. Data will be com pi! ed leUtlvesto all branches of the-stag's r sources, esnecially in regard to the possibilities of the various communi ties thru which the party will be shown. "Many settlers from the middle west have been placed in Oregon thru cor respondence. Hundreds are prepar ing to move westward with the com ing of summer. By grouping them together, Under the direction and care of representatives of the State Cham ber and with all arrangements for their entertainment made in advance and assured of a royal welcome along the route, it is believed that a large number of substantial citizens can be nliled to tbe state." In addition to the cooperation of the railroad i, which has already been as sured, t he cooperation of verloiu or gaoisatloas and associations including i be newly formed Oregon Tourist Bureau, the Farm Bureau, the Oregon State Motor Association, the Wool Growers Associations and the directors of the 11125 K. posit ion is expected. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION I 1 wr.t,Kt I I r ,r His UAH SAYS rs,... - '."--. II r i rsf.w.jvs-AaK,rv " v s..v L r . .11' sr-astsi -W.' r-, vvui V l Tf ' T J I I I L-Uf, 1 'ri s. ,J 1 I ,11 -s-, h t tfL,sH .r njtmi - ir W l'FWv a-:cj: Department of ths interior U. S, LAND OFFICE at The Dalles, Ore gon, Match 24, 1021. NOTICE Is hereby given that Joseph T. Hea'cv of Boardman. Oregon. who, on August 22, 1917, made Home stead Entry No. OlSOOl, for N K SWi being Cult "A" Dmatllla Project, Section 1 1, Township 4-North, Range 25-East, wniamett Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before 0. G. Blayden, United Btates Commission er at Boardman, Ore., on t he 9th day of Mav, L921. Claimant names as witnesses, Ern est Brown, Frank Cramer, Sam B. Boardman and J. c. Ballenger all of Boardman, ore. II. tit ask Woodcock, Register. DR. H. A. NKWTON, Man AOBB Cornet Main and Webb Sis. NEWTON PAINLESS DENTISTS Satisfaction Guaranteed Pendleton, iregon PHON K il The routing of the party thru the state would be in the hands ol a com mtttee from the State Cham bar. This coininillec would select llm most favorale itinerary which would enable the sel tiers to in v.si igale the wool ami w heat growing sect lens. Irrigated landSi districts, and all the agricul tural ami Industrial resources of the stair. Great care would he used in s re . ii i n is ii im rarj , so i leu every rcpi-CMMitui Ive district of the entire state would be covered bv lhn party In tbe slnu-te-l space of lime consistent wnii .i iborougb laveitlgotlon "The principal object of the trip is U Show ths middle wistern farmer VbSI OSn be raised In Oregon," accord ing to Secretary Quayle's report, "The cheapness and fsnllttv of tbe lend and tbe potential resources of the state in general. One of tbe dunes of tbe ad ' ".'s opei in Ing hi i he mlddli west would be to tied out from eacl pro peotivs ssttler exactly the pan of the ItSte in which he is iniciested and be will be divert il to ihal 1 icaltty "liit ren cum mercial organizations thrulU-h ui the si He will appoint 00m- un ieeswho will secure spm lttc tracts ot land for sale on appraised valuss baaed on crop product iou. i"1 i'! ou. u oe inaiie up not oolj of farmers, but of banfeere and business men who would be interested Il lustris as well as tbe agn- n tural p sslbi lilies of the state. l',i those w Ho a e interested primar ily in the industrtHl as well as tbe agricultural possibilities, many sec ttoi.s of tbe State would have a great appeal Tbe cheapness of the water power and the resources awaiting de velopmeat would he impressed upon them I' non arrival in Oregon the rsrty wi'iild be t-i isrtaiued by the xsriout coiiimeruial oigau.nnous along ths 2 J. L. Vauhan 206 t. Court St.. Pts.lit, On. 2 tectric S'ix- I tares Sapptes Rleotrio Contracting Expert Work ON WATCHES, CLOCIS OR ANY THING IN NY LINE Bring or send your work ur orders and I Will PtT Ketiri Pesttft Wm. H. Ogden jrwnn tu nr astauros WUT tUD SUSOI eeeeeeeeeeeeeee The Contiaeital lunrance Co. af New Tart Arthur L. I run Kesident Agent B0AHDUAN. OREGON R. N. Stankield, President Frank Sloan, 1st Vice President lUtfii A. Hoj-T. Cashier M. K. Ling. 2nd, Vice-President Bank of Stanfi CAPITAL STOCK 125.00(1 I f!' 'HSBSEHaaaaHtlSiaSSHBHBaaaSBSaS'aiB IRsSIBRIlHEiKIEUIBItPK' ORIfQON - MADb - PKUUUVilb S cki e tSU Y H BJ Four per cent Interest paid on Time Certificates of Deposit ANNOUNCEMENT! )n and I after Monday, April nth, I will be a) So! Baum'a Jet Pendleton, Ore., ready to do your Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing MY INTRODUCTORY OFFER: The first, week from April 11th to the 16th I will do your first job of repairing at just 1 One Half Regular Price I believe it will do more good to give von that 60 per vni and In trod uce ray werk In this way than to spen I ilni 50 per cent In adver tising, as I know my work will satisfy you and von will recommend it Drink WESTERN A New Cereal Beverage Made in Oregon WM. ROESCM BOTTLING WORKS Pendleton, Oregon Everything But The Kick Just Whistle for WHISTLE The Newest Soda on the Market A Pure Fruit Juice Carbonated M M as D For sale in Boanlmaii at C. E. Snivelv's and the S Columbia Trading Co. BBBHBHBBBS181HBHHIBI RRBeBEBlllHSQZBBBf BBigBBBflJST 9! J. L. ZIMMERHANN WATCHMAKKIt AND JEWKI.KIt BIN0E 1889 742 Main St., First National Bank rtiiildiiie;. Pendleton, Orejroil I'KOKKSSIONAI. I' VltllS Francis P. Adams eiiyairian and Burgeon BIUHIHTON. ONE. snk Bids', I'tionas; Offlc c 9t Him. 1N2 Offli'D Hours 9-12. 8-6. Calls anwred day or nltrlit. I K W. W. I LL8 L B Y Osteopathic Physician and Burgeon Phone liesidence 711 OlTlce Sfil Office over Hank Baildlnff, Hermlaton Calls answered at all hours, DR. F. V. PRIME DENTISTRY HKHMIHTON, ()UK. Hank llullUlntf 'MOMS Office, M UuHiilunae. D2 tlOITRS s a. in. u5 i. at. S. E. NOTSON Attorney-at-Law Office in Court House Heppner - - Oregon JAMES D. ZURCHER 3 ATTORN BY-AT-LA W Stanfield, Oregon 1- WlMMwTO.1VrtMmiMWWWVVlWlM,VWWl (f 2 tf I W. H. HATCH I Real Estate Insurance Leal Conveyances Made BOAfcDMAN OREGON '.a Will be at the Ellghway Inn Wed nesday of e ;ch week. Francis McMenamin LAWYER Heppner, Oregon Roberts Illdg. Phone 643 BOARDMAN site Co. E. P. DODD, Pres. Town BOARDMAN: The Hub of 3.'!, ooo fertile acres under U. S. Reclamation Service. The (.air way to the Oreat John Day with its llo. "00 acres to be made abundantly produe tive by your governments unequalled engineering skill. BOA K DM AN: A progressive town of Dro gresslvs people In ft wonderfully progressive community, where everybody slogan is "DO IT," is situated 17o miles oast of Port laad, Ore, on the Columbia River, the Cob umbia Highway ami the main line of the Union Pacific Transcontinental Railway. Have you surveyed our et immunity'.' Hyou dream ol sunshine, flowers, fertile fields and a oomfortable home, "DO it." City Lots for Sale at Proper Prices i 4 , Boardman is a New Town But Not a Boom Town onaactticiiai Ideally located on railroad and Columbia river, far enough away from any large town to naturally become the trading center of a wonderful growing country.