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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1921)
S. E. NOTSON
A I T O R N E Y - A T - I, A V
Office in Court House
HEPPXEH - - - OHHUOX
JOHN R. KNIGHT
S MTKhD, OREGON
Music Furnished for
Dances, Receptions ami Parties.
Roberts Duilding. 'Phone 643
JAMES D. ZURCHER
STAMTKI.R - - OREtJON
Will De at the Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
INTRODUCE OCR KODAK WORK
we will finish the first roll and one
print FREE. WARD STUDIO
647 Main St. Pendleton, Ore.
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SIRGEON
'l'hone Res. 711 Office 551
Office over Hank Hldg., Hermiston.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. F. V. PRIME
I) R N T I S T R V
'Phones: Office 93. Residence 751.
Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. H. A. NEWTON, MANAGER
Corner Main and Webb Sts.
Pendleton, Ore. 'Phone 12
DR. DALE ROTHWELL
Optometrist and Optician
Classes Ground to Fit Your Eyes.
Fifteen Years Experience at
American National Rank Building
FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bank Bids. 'Phones: Office 92.
Office Hour; J-12. 3-G.
Calls Answered)ay or Night.
ASSIST US IN SECURING
MORE SUBSCRIREBS FOR
THE BOARDMAN MIRROR. T
THE KIM) ACT WUili BE f
The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a
full crew of white help.
RESTAUR A N T
HOHRACH BROS., PROPS.
H Elegant Furni.shed Rooms
; ; Continental Insurance X
; of New York X
II 4 nmm'li t T inOIJV X
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' Resident Agent j
; Boardman - Oregon ',
'I know not what the truth may be
But tell it as 'twas told to me."
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Johnson and
two children of Moro, were gueBts at
the J. C. Rallenger home Tuesday.
Mr. Johnson is agent of the Eastern
Oregon Land company.
The Ladies' Aid society met at
the church Wednesday afternoon,
Plans were made for a dinner to be
served in the school cafeteria on
election day, June 7th.
Copies of the May Day picture i Mr. and Mrs. Ballenger entertain
maybe had of Mr. Signs, price $1.25. ed Mr. and Mrs. George McClure
of Walla Walla on Tuesday. Mr.
McClure represents the Franklin
Mrs. Claire P. Harter has rented motor company at that place.
the Teacher's cottage for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger mo
tored to Goldendale, Wash., Wednes-
W. H Mefford and F. C. Brown day. Mr. and Mrs. Al Murchie are
returned Sunday from a motor trip here taking care of little Maxine
to Portland. during her parents' absence.
of i he Roardcan P. T. A. on Wednes
day. June 7th, at 3:00 p. m. for the
election of officers. This date is
necessary to conform with the la
test regulations of the stale associa
tion with which .we are affiliated. It
is also necessary that ten cents per
member be paid into the state treas
ury in June so all should be pre
pared to contribute another dime at
the next meeting. We are entitled
to a delegate for every ten members.
There were 42 members last year
and there should be at least fifty
by the 7th.
FINE HAND LAUNDRY Brim,' me
your washing and let me try it.
All work guaranteed. Mrs. Alice
Miss Dorothy BourJman is sick
with a severe cola, bordering on
Mrs. Margaret Klitz is spend1 a
few days with friends near Lexing
ton this week.
Richard Dingman of Goldendale,
Wash., is visiting win his wife, Mrs.
C. C. Payne of Gasion, was In
Boardman recently, visiting with re
latives and friends.
R. L. Cook, of the Standard Oil
company of Stanfleld, was here on
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch are i i Port
land, where Mrs. Hatch is to under
go an operation for goitre.
Several large boxes packed with
clothing were sent Thursday to the
Armenian relief expedition.
Mrs. Dan liansier returned this
week ! from Pendleton, where she
has been fo ledical treatment.
Mrs. Gladys Gibbons and daugh
ter, Norma, returned Monday from
Pendleton, where they visited with
Mrs. Ed Miles.
G. G. McPherson, proprietor of
the Boardman Telephone company,
was a business visitor In Pendleton
several days this week.
Mr. Bishop, representative of the
Pacific Coast Biscuit company of
Portland, was looking up business
pro! p cts here Thursday.
Miss Alwin Olson of Portland, was
a week-end guest of her sister, Mrs.
Brice Dillabaugh. Miss Olson is an
employee of the O. W. R. & N. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Wicklander and
family and Mrs. Henry Klagis were
dinner guests at the Teacher's cot
tage Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Har
ter and Miss McNeil
Mrs. H. Pearson and daughter,
Miss Mildred, and a niece of Mr.
Pearson, who is here visiting, drove
over near Heppner to visit with Mr.
Pearson, whQ is shearing there.
Mrs. Alice Dingman received a
card the past week from "Haywire"
Davis, the evangelist, stating that he
was at Point Lake, Indiana, one of
Billy Sunday's places, and that Rev.
Amos was with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Makinster and
daughter, Edna, of Portland, spent
Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Ma
k Ulster's sister, Mrs. Dingman. Mr.
Makinster is checker in the freight
department of the N. P. railway.
George Mefford and wift motored
to Hood River Monday, and took J.
W. Downing, wife and the Misses
Ir and May Downing with them.
1 ts thought that the change in
climate might benefit Mr. Downing.
Residents of the Project shouldn't
forget that June 7th is election of
officers of the Parents-Teacher's as
sociation, and every mother in the
community should be present and
cast her vote. We are all desirous
of good schools and this is one way
we can work together to get them.
Don't forget to come.
Miss Myrtle McNeil, Odessa Leo
nard, Mrs. Paler and Louis Clegas
all left Wednesday for Portland.
Louise will visit with Miss McNeil
for a week and then go to Kelso,
Wash, for another weeks' visit and
then return home. This was grand
ma Faler's first visit to the Board
man country. Miss McNeil plans to
return for the opening of school in
The Pa rent -Teachers met in re
gular session last Friday afternoon.
The principal feature of the occas
ion was the report of the stale meet
ing by Mrs. Lulu Wicklander, who
was Boardman's only delegate and
the only one from this district in
cluding four counties. The report
was most comprehensive and will be
of great help in the future work of
the Boardman organization.
There will be a special meeting
'ECIAL CLEAN-UP SALE Have
about 15 odd tracts of land left
under the West Extension Canals
acreage runs from 5 to 5 5 ir
rigable on which will name from
S11.00 to $18.00 per acre, buyer
to assume full water rights, in
cluding past due payments. Time
given or discount for all cash.
Plats mailed on request, and con
sideration given to "Realtors."
Address: W. R. Walpole, Irrigon,
1 SAY SNOWFLAKE 1
f WHEN VOl' WANT BREAD. X
There no better bread on the
market today than
Arlington Made Bread t
Baked in the sanitary electric
ovens of the
X The Arlington Bakery X
W. A. Egginiann, Prop.
X ARLINGTON - OREGON
WE PRINT ANYTHING FOR ANYBODY
We Print Everything for Everybody
ALWAYS AND ALL WAYS
When a Farmer
WRITES A LETTER
What do you expect? That it will be written
on a blank sheet of soiled paper that has been
rusting on a dusty shelf for months?
Not a bit of it.
The farmer's stationery is as important as his
automobile. He is a business man, and he does
business in a business like manner. He may raise
hay, but you never find it sticking out of his boots.
We print letter heajds, envelopes, bill heads,
business cards, etc. for farmers. No chance for
a correspondent to make a mistake in the name,
or in the address, when it is plainly printed on
the letter head or envelope. No chance for pur
chases to go astray in the mails.
The next time you want anything in the print
ing line, either come in and tell us what you want,
or mail us your order and we will do the rest.
MARK A. CLEVELAND
THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
Is the Largest Paper Published
in a town the size of Boardman
I IN THE WORLD!
Gifts That Last
Wrist Watches, Rings,
Brooc hes, Lavallieres,
Pearl Necklaces and Foun
tain Pens are the king of
gifts that are appreciated.
leweier w me
O G D E N
I Dray Line I! I
at all hours
? M. J. DeDEW EESE
HO A RDM AN, - OIUWOH
Carveth Wells, official British explorer for six years in the Malay
Peninsula, presents on the fourth night one of the noteworthy fea
tures of Chautauqua week. His story of a half do.en years spent
in the tropical jungles of this little-known land is of thrilling
interest and of real educational value. His lecture is illustrated
with truly remarkable views of the plant and animal life of the
strange country. Carveth Wells was formerly a lecturer at Im
perial College, l.ondan University, and his lectures in the I nited
States have been received everywhere with the highest praise
5 DAYS PACKED WITH BIG ATTRACTIONS 1
Make Chautauq.ua week your vacation week. You will never
regret it. It will be five days tilled with interesting and inspiring
lectures, splendid music and whobsoem entertainment. Eight,
concerts during the week by The Apollo Duo, The Margaret Rey
nolds Concert company. The Valda Four and Witepskie's Concert
Orchestra with Olive McCormick, noted coloratura soprano, as
soloist. Three splendid lectures, one on the Malay Peninsula by
Carveth Wells being illustrated. Headings by Richard P. Campbell
and on the third night a ig New York play production presented
by The Keighley New York Players.
Season Tickets Now on Sale
AIH'I.TS. ;!.M; students, 01.50; ( hilil'H, fl.OO. No War Tav.
01 li .1 J I 11 OE? t
f diaiuieiu, June
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The Mirror prints features, cartoons and pic
tures seldom run by any but daily papers.
The Mirror reflects all the happenings of Board
man and the West Extension.
Send it to your friends and relatives and help
interest them in the Newest, Livest little com
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