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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1921)
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The J.oardman Mirror
PUBLISHED EVERY I'KIDAY
Mis. Claire P. Barter, Local BdKOr
MAHK . u: i;i, n, Publisher
$2.00 Feb vkar ix ADVANCE
Entered n second-class matter Fob
ii, 1021, at the post office at Board
man, Of.', under act or Mar 3, 1879.
EVERYBODY III nii;ss
(letting wages back lo where they
should bo, gettinj prices back lo
Where I bey are on a par wilh wiiki'S,
getting production around lo where
it win nieei the demand and bring
the lieiiiand lo tally wilii produc
tion is mil i In' business of any man
or set. ol mm- it? everybody's
II' llm merchant is now forced to
sell some ariiclcH below cost, il's
liis busings lo see thai the concern
he hu.vs (rem in the future gels lis
prod net down to a lower price.
Everyone bus to assume a pan of
the hidden no mailer whal be ban
lo sell, produce, or labor. We don't
believe there is a man or a farm
hand u bo expeeta to draw as hi eh I
wages now as be did when every
thing be eals and wears was from
three to live timet as high an ii i
today, So he niuaj aooepi a redu
'WO !' n I the gradually lowering
price Of necessities. Refusing lo
buy isn't going lo help, for if you
refuse lo buy ou ran'! expect lo
sell. So long as wages go hand in
hand wilh the price of commodities,
and so long as commodities balanci
up wilh Wages we'll be all right
and we'll lie on a solid foundation
.11 l!V BHRVIOti POK WOMEN
Among the live hills up for u vote
ui the June 7th election the most
vital is the one lo permit women to
serve us jurors.
Two outstanding features of Jury
trluls by nil men juries is that al
most no women are ever convicted
of anything, and men do not conwet
eaoh other tor sex crime.
The law provides (hut uny woman
drawn for Jury service limy be ex
(used on her own request and thai
In criminal actions where (be com
plaining, wilness or the defendant is
a minor under IS, ball (he jur
shall be women.
I'Toni Hie Standpoint of human
rights and moral responsibilities the
woman juror bill is the most im
portanl one on the ballOl and should
receive earnest consideration.
NOW THAT JUNE IS HERE -
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SVD'S SLY SAYINGS
Being u i ot work always mad,
us worry. How abom you, buddlol
llol dajs and cool nighls niake.
u fellow work hard and sleep right
Don 'I pa iniir hills The pool
fellow iiughl lake ibe UOBOJ and
l.ei the Minor prim your bultei
sr rappers and help your home paper
A Iquare meal is a bully good
thing, hut wh wouldn't a round
one do Just as well ?
Cut the weeds uhoul our place
Don't iei e n (jo to seed, u makes
the place look belter, anyhow
Yes, we ure all a du older than
we were al I his lime yesterday, but
some of US bale like sin to uti ill tl It.
There is plontj of goodness in
this world Hut tbt trouble is each
man thinks hi- bus a corner on the
Why sbould we o to Pari for
our soles in dress -- The American
woman is adornment enough for an
They say it takes nine tailors to
make a man. But woman, of course,
is so perreel no tailoring u re
quired. This (own is full of brails. What
it needs Is a Utile more coordination
aud cohcaivenca. Drums produce
wisdom only when they are employ
d to advantage.
We ure eternally and everlasting
ly and teetotaUy opposed to war,
especially when some irale subscri
ber gels on the warpath over some
thing we buve suid in (he paper.
You can sometimes call a man a
thief in privale life and gel away
with ii, inn die moment such an
accusation appears in cold type he
lushes lor a Shotgun or a lawyer.
And Ibis demonstrates conclusively
'he power Of the press.
"Money not necessary to ucnuire
i college education" says Carllon
!. Savage, president or the Associal
"d .Sludenls of I lie University of Ore
gon. That sure is gralifeing news
io the poor young cuss who is so
anxious lor a college education.
Hut iii Oregon today, only men are
considered Competent lo judge. The
woman who has borne the child,
nursed him. taught him in school
and guided him into manhood, is
noi considered competent under our
laws lo iudL'e him in lilu fi.ii,.,-,. ...
"icol troubles and temntatlnn.
Wli:i I w ill the !,,,.! h. ,.. i .... fw
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00 answer at Ibe polls on June T!
DM AXILLA ititiiMii: is
UK-Ol'KNKI) TO lit 1 1 I K
MOVE THE WORLD"
Mrs. Taylor Z. Marshall Presents
Inspirational Lecture at
A Chautauqua lecture of the finest
Inspirational type is scheduled for the
second afternoon of the assembly In
the eoinlng of Mrs. Taylor Z. Mar
shall With her address mi "Levers That
Move The World." For several years
The bridge across the Imalilhi
was opened lor irallic last Monday
iiiernoon. after ha ins been um ....t
Of commission for a few days by
u'gn water The brides is n.iu- ...-,
tJy sale until the nex( time (he
water rises above it
This structure is part of one nf
Oregon's best known, most widelv
used, and iniisi I m .,.. i .. i...-,
I'lial so iial a link in a ureal ar
tery of travel should lie render..,!
" ' less In a spring freshet is im
presstve evidence thai the I'mnm
Court and the Highway Commission
"" oeen tailing in Ibeir dut
l ei the Mirror prim jour buder
wrappers and bafp M,ur home paper
- 1 jjua1 t.,-
m the: advertisements
LOOK SO GOOD THESE
HAN I'M ATOAin TA
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Island Cities in Europe.
There are four cities in Europe
which stand wholly or In part on is
tands. Ghent, in Belgium, is built on
26 Islands, which are connected by 80
bridges, the city having as many
canals as streets. .Amsterdam. In Hol
land, 11 city of ten miles in circumfer
ence, is mostly built on piles driven
Into the sandy subsoil, hut the Bowing
of (he tide and the debris of the Ains
tel river have made 00 islands, and
(he city has more canals (ban streets.
The waterways are Unversed by over
;ii bridges, so that Amsterdam has
earned (be designation of the Venice
Of (he North. Venice Is built on 80
Islands, great and small, which are con
necinl by 400 brla pas, There is not a
cnri'uiL'e In the Citj although footways
are abundant, and it is possible to go
frvni one end of the city to the other
on foot, though sometimes long detours
must necessarily he made. I'etrograd
is built on a peninsula and two islands
connected by several large slope
; oriageOi and in summer numerous
I bridges of boats, which, however, are
removed at the first Frost
The Hub of 88,000 fertile acres
under U. S. Reclamation Service. The Gate
way to the Great John Day with its 110,
'l()0 acres to be made abaBdantly produc
tive by your governments unequalled
BOAUD.MAN: A progressive town of pro
gressive people in a wonderfully progressive
community, where everybodys slogan is
"DO IT," is situated 170 miles east of Port
land, Ore., on the Columbia River, the Col
umbia Highway and the main line of the
Union Pacific Transcontinental Railway.
Ha ve you surveyed our community? If you
dream of sunshine, flowers, fertile fields and
ft comfortably home, "DO IT."
SaNow is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mirror
: Nesr Esst Thousands Need Clothes.
Numberless men, women and little
j children in the Near East are all bu(
destit, a ot clothing and thousands
have no covering whatever savs the
I thinnest rags.
Mrs. Marshall has been a prominent
lifcure on the lecture starts of Basten
Chautauqua circuits and her tirst
('oast lecture tour will undoubtedly
he pleasantly anticipated by western
audiences. She is a clear-lbiiiklng,
broed-vlsioned woman with the ruro
ability of presenting great truths In an
interesting and convincing t tanner.
The tax on Oregon sales of gaso
line and distillate by the Standard Oil
company and the Shell com any of
California fat April egg regal id $52.-
424 98, according lo checks received
hy the secretary or slate.
Lai i he Mirror print your butter
wrappers and help your home paper
Last year America sent 750 tons or
' lothing. The supply is exhausted uoj
the clothing worn out
SKAIJBO itlDs WANTED
Sealed bids for janitor of the
Boardman school for the school
year, July 1S(, 1911, lo July 1st,
193'f; will be received by the clerk
and opened by the hoard at next
iieeting, June 11th. al 2:00 p. iu.
Regulations and Specifications may
be seen at the ofllce of the clerk.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids
Mrs. Claire P. Barter, Clerk,
School Uist. No. 25, Morrow Co., Or.
W. H. HATCH
Real Estate Insurance
Legal Conveyancci Made
BOARDMAN - T
E. P. DODD, Pres.
City Lots for Sale at
I"""""""""""1"1 1 l
R. V stantiehl. President
Z Kalpli A. Holte, Cashier
l i.iuk Sloan, 1st Vice-President
M. it. l.ing, Uml Vlsn It nalileiil
Bank of Stanfiek
C APITAL STOC K $25,000.00
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
Boardman is a New
Town But Not a
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.