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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1921)
!! Prices Reduced
Do you realize thai we are Belling noods at the market price,
regardless Of what we paid for them. Hring bills to uh before
j on .send away and lei us figure on them. We may be able
to save you some money
J HERE IS JUST A FEW OF OUR PRICES:
Salmon, 1 lb., 15c per can;
Pure Fruit Jain, 13oz., 15c
each; per dozen $1.75
Tomatoes, Standard, lfic per
can; iter dozen $1.75
Peas, Standard, 15c per can;
Corn, Standard, 15r per can;
per dozen $1.75
Peaches, 25c can; doz $2.90
Plums, 25c can; doz $2.90
ephyr Ginghams, yard 2 5c
Percales, per yard 25c
Toilet Soaps Gc and ldc
per dozen $1.75 1 Sugar, 10 lbs. $1; sack.. ..$9. 00
Come in and see what we have and get prices. Let us figure on
vi'iir bill. There is no freight to add to these prices, they are
delivered from our slock, p We buy hay and produce and sell
you what you want.
Prices on shoes, h'umlshlngs, Dry Goods, Hardware, Furniture
Have all Been Reduced,
Yours to Serve,
Boardman Trading Co.
Featuring the Best in Music
Margaret Reynolds Company Presents High Type of
Musical Programs at Chautauqua on the Second Day
Columbia Trading Co.
Beautiful, (JsefUl ami Lasting
B R I I) A L GIFTS
The beauty and simplicity ot Sawtell silver will
lend charm to any Bride's (Jift Table. II serves
;, lifelong purpose and is a constant reminder of
the giver. Selections may be made from such
(,'rult Dishes, Individual Sails and Peppers, ('ream
Pitchers, Mayonsalse Howls, Lemon Sets, steak
Sets, IfrUil Dishes, Candle Sticks, Toilet Silver,
Table Silver, Vases, Tea Sets, Coffee Sets, Hand
wicli Trays, Hon Bon Dishes, Compotes and
Parents and friends will tlnd here a vailed as
sortment of choice articles from which to select
i In' graduation gift for hoy or girl.
Watches, Wrisl Watches, Pins, LavallierH,
Q I P T S T II A T LAST .
Sawtellc 's, Snc.
cknl.u-.ton JEWELERS " 10 (! N
The barges! DllU d Dealers in Caslern Oregon
Mighty Easy Riding
G A S 0 I L S A ( ( E S S 0 R I E S
Expert Guaranteed Repair Work
at Reasonable Trices.
Service Car Any
Time Any Where
II Your FORD Is Sick. We ( an t 'lire It.
No Cure, No Pay.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Gasoline Oils Hay
Western audiences' ure soon to have the opportunity of passing judgment
on The Margaret Reynolds Company, a trio of arlists which has heen received
with favor throughout the East. It is a company organized and coached by
Mary Adel Hays, the well-known American coloratura soprano. Margaret
Reynolds, who heads the company Is a rarely talented soprano who has ap
peared in recital In many of the larger cities. Miss Taylor, the violinist, a
pupil of the great master, Leopold Auer, Is a truly sensational young artist.
Uuy Marrlner, New Zealand pianist, has thoroughly established his name In
FLOUR and FEED
urop in ar me
(Shenandoah (la.) Post.)
Our idea of the Philippine question
Is to get out as quickly as possible
and stay out. What do you say?
Our Little Brown Cousini
(Argus, Rock Island, III.)
There is no mistaking that Filipinos
want their independence. And it is
just possible, as they insist, that they
In the islands, better than we Ameri
cans over here, arc the best Judges of
whether they are lilted for Independ
ence. The United Stales wants no
outburst In the Philippines as Kngland
faces in Ireli'nd The easiest way to
lu'iid i IT a rebellion is to give the
Islands their Independence before the I
ha e cause to rebel. ' i
Shall We Let Philippines Go?
(Cedar Rapldi (la ) Republican.)
The United States cannot continue
to hold the Philippines unless this na
tion wants to give the He to Its own
professions in the matter. The United
Stall's must keep faith with the world.
The American people do not want the
Philippine Islands to become their
Filipinos Are Making Headway
(Mi. Vernon (O.) Republ lean-News)
The Filipinos are making an inten
sive and Intelligent campaign for in
dependence. They are urging their
claims with shrewdness and vigor.
They declare that Ihejr have proven
beyond question that they are capable
, f self-government, and they believe
thai with Independence the Filipino
will so conduct himself us to gain the
inspect of the world.
CONDKN8KD STATEMENT OK THI-; CONDITION
t ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Uuslness April 2H, l2l
Loans and Discounts. .$337, 988.1 2
Bonds, Slocks, War
rants, Etc. .. 93,016.09
Furn. and Fixtures . . 1,420.00
Other Real Hstate 4,000.00
Cash and One from
Hanks :.. 46. 678. 56
Interest Famed and
Not Collected 13,961.83
$ 197,06 1.60
Capital Stock $ 25,000.00
Surplus and Undivid
ed Profits 56,469.02
Hue to Banks 1,129.06
Hills Payable 25,000.00
Fed. Reserve Dank 121,588.78
Whole Corn )
Carload and Ton Lots
Mail us your order. We pay freight to Stanfield,
Our Prices are the Lowest
Umatilla Flour & Grain Co.
220 East Court St Pione 475 Pendleton. Oregon
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Howers on Hand for Accomo
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21-1 East Alta Street, Pendleton, Oregon
I BOWMAN'S STUDIO
ELLIOTT'S TIRE SHOP JftL? KT Phn,
Panoramas and Post Lard I hotos.
V 1' L C A N I Z I N ( j lirina your kodak work and films
HermistOn - Oregon I 916 Main Street- Near Bridge
I rank Inavuafti, Pendleton. Ore.
Th? Highway Inn
O. H. WARNER, Proprietor
BOARDMAN AUTO LIVERY
"We go anywhere night or day"
or show you a homestead.
We saw it first,
HOUSE WILL BE OPEN UP
UNTIL 9 A. M. ALL MORN
INGS, AND AFTER 5 P. M.
$5.0 0 BOOK FOR $4.75
INSURE YOUR AUTOMOBILE.
We will do it for you.
W. A. MURCHIE
Successor to J. C Ballenger Lumber Company