The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925, June 17, 1921, Image 2

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The Boardman Mirror
Boardman, Oregon
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
.Mrs. Clair P. Iliirter, Lott) Kflitor
m i:k . ( !.i: i;i. K, Publisher
2.0Q PjPB YEAH IN ADVANCE
Entered an leeond-clMl matter Feb
II. 192), at tfi post olllce at Uoard
inan, Ore., under act of Mar 3, 1879.
statement continued. Ninety pcopie
out of each million of population
were killed by automobiles in 1918
as compared with ten per million
annually from 1906 to 1910. While
(daughter by automobiles has thus;
Increased, it is pointed out, the safe
ty movement in America has appre
ciably reduced the number of deaths
on railroad and trolley tracks.
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( M TItY TOWN BOOSTING
Right now agriculture is our big
Important problem and it is the pro
blem ol the manufacturer, the mer
chant, the newspaper and the news
paper editor, the banker and I lie
general public just as much as It
is the problem of the farmer.
Agriculture, above all industries,
i entitled to constructive publicity.
Agriculture is of such importance
that we could well afford to consider
everything that is spoken, written,
printed or painted in the light oi
the question, "Will it help or harm
our Agricultural Interests; will It
benefit the Fanner?"
Farming is just about the only
l him; that has not used publicity to
advantage. It needs boosting. It
cannot gel along wit bout it, and
si ill keep up with the time.
The tar r who can afford to
spend a dollar, or if 10 or $100 can
not afford not to spend it someway
with the community newspaper
either by subscribing, or having
printing done, or by inserting the
"card" of his farm in its columns,
or advertising the products he has
lor sale In SOme extent, at least,
and at the right time. And the pub
libber, nn bis side, cannot afford to
do a thing less than boost the farm
If and the farm products of the
country contiguous to hid place or
public, n ion.
Tin; TOLL of ACCIDENTS
Accidents killed more people in
the United States In one year than
the much dreaded S Courage of can
cer, according to a compilation of
statistics just completed by the
American Red Cross. The toll of ac
cident deaths in 1918, the latest
year lor which figures are now avail
able, was 8.'UI00, the announcement
stated.
Automobile Fatalities have Increas
ed tenfold during the last decade, the
MEET "UNCLE JOHN"
FOLKS1
Ol' the few men in America today
who are writing human interest,
homey poetry, Dr. John J. (laines is
excelled by none. Quaintly musical,
lull of human tone, disdainful of
the "hinhbrow", they strike the re
sponsive chord that is so charming
to the ears of the great mass of
American people today.
This is the man and this is the
poetry that has been engaged to in
terest ami entertain our readers thru
the AutOCaster service, in which this
newspaper holds an exclusive fran
chise. We will, therefore, publish a
poem, or prose poem, by Dr. Oalnes
regularly during the next year.
Watch for it.
Dr. (laines ('Uncle John') resides
and thrives ill Excelsior Springs,
Mo., which be describes as "beln' as
nigh lo l be center of the earth as
you can drive a slake."
I'nllke oilier well-known news
paper poets, Dr. (laines is country
made, country bred, and continues
in the country town life. Our read
ers will sonn realize that he is one
of them a plain American citizen.
1 WITEPSKIE'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Two concerts on (lie last day by Witepskie's Concert Or
chestra, under the direction of Meyer Witepskle. This Chicago
organisation is one of the best on ih.' Chautauqua' platform,
As nn added feature Olive McCormick. prominent coloratura
soprano, win appear as soloist in the evening.
I CARVETH WELLS
t THE VALDA FOUR
Carve th Wells, British lecturer and explorer, will present
a great illustrated lecture dealing with the Malay Peninsula on
the fourth night. It is a jungle travelogue of intense interest
and of real educational value, illustrated with remarkable pic
lures of plan) and animal life in this tropical land.
A splendid male quartet under the leadership of August
Dletze, coach and composer This Fastern singing organisation
will present a full concert iii ihe afternoon of the fourth day
ami a concert prelude at night. Kntertainers who sing and
Singers WOO entertain not a dull moment from beginning to end.
Five Days Filled Willi Splendid Attractions
EIGHT C0N( ERTS! THREE LECTURES!
A Bin Play Production!
A. MATHER HILBURN
An Impersonator who came out of the Ozarks a few years
are and who DM lunched the lop ot hi., profession as entertainer
Willi the aid of wigs and make-up he presents characters of all
nationalities tor you and makes theni truly live before you.
You will long remember ins program on the opening night.
MARGARET REYNOLDS CONCERT COMPANY
An organisation coached l Mary Adel Hays, noted New
York soprano. Headed by Margaret lte nobis, a prominent
Eastern soprano. Leslie Taylor, violinist, Is a student of Leo
pold Auer. and one of the most brilliant violinists of the young
t t generation. Cuy Marrin. i , New Zealand pianist, completes
this splendid company.
Season Tickets Now on Sale
AllT. is. f,00 Stwlenta, ftJMi Child", $1.90, tto War Th.
PUZZLE: FIND ONE BIG MAN
There's a feller here amongst us that deserves sin
eerest praise. There ain't no other citizen more punctious
in his ways. He's silent as a crow-bar an' as sober as a
jedge an' he fills our blame requirements with a skill
that's feather-edge! I know you all will wonder, an' I
give you leave to guess the job that holds my hero, ere
1 hasten to confess.
As I think still more about it, I'm compelled to state
the fact: There ain't no man responsibler, nor one that's
better backed. . . . I'd like to overhaul him, an'
praise him to his face, but it's mighty hard to ketch
him, when lies any certain place! There's nothin' very
startlin' in Lis manners or his dress, but he drives our
rural mail route, nothin' more an' nothin' less!
History of Potato.
"The potato entered this country,"
Dr. Laufer said, In an address before
the American Association for the Ad
vancement of Science, "not ns surmised
by De Candolle, through an alleged
band of Spanish adventurers, but In
a perfectly respectable manner from
Bermuda, where It bad been introduced
some years previously from England
It Is a prank of fortune that the potato
originally a denizen of Chile and Peru,
appears ns a naturalized Englishman
In Ihe United States. The potato hnd
arrived iu England about lfiSG, or a
little later."
FINE HAND LAUNDRY--Bring me
your washing and let me try it.
All work guaranteed. Mrs. Alice
Dingman. 17-tf
SAY SNOWFLAKE
iWillllllMIIIIIlIM
t WHEN YOU WANT It HEAD.
SPECIAL CLEAN-UP SALE Have
about 15 odd tracts of land left
under the West Extension Canals
- acreage runs from 5 to 55 ir
rigable on which will name from
$11.00 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,
Oregon. lw-3p
Let the Mirror print your butter
wrappers and help your home paper
There's no better bread on the
market today than
t Arlington Made Bread
linked in the sanitary electric
ovens of the
The Arlington Bakery
W. A. BggtatuMn, Prop.
ATtlANUTON - OREGON
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BOARDMAN:
The Hub of 83,000 fertile acres
under U. S. Reclamation Service. The Gate
way to the Great John Day with its 110,
"00 acres to be made abundantly' produc
tive by your governments unequalled
engineering- skill.
BOARDMAN: 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.
Have you surveyed our community? If you
dream of sunshine, flowers, fertile fields and
a comfortable home, "DO IT."
Now is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mirror
ARLINGTON NATIONAL
BANK
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$73,000.00
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OFFICERS
A. Wheelhouse, Pi es. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
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ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
W. n. HATCH
Real Estate Insurance
Legal Conveyances Made
BOARDMAN
OREGON
BOARDMAN
Townsite Co
E. P. DODD, Pres.
City Lots for Sale at
Proper Prices
MMM Iff M
Stanfield, June 21-25
It. X. Si.nntield. President
Kalph V. Holte, Cashier
Frank Sloan, tst Vice-President
M. 11. Ling, 2nd h e-President
Bank of Stanfield
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
of Deposit.
Boardman is a New
Town But Not a
Boom Town
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.