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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1921)
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S. E. NOTSON
A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W
Office in Court House
HEPPNER - - - OKECON
Roberts Building. 'Phone 43
JAMES D. ZURCHER
A ttorney-at-La w
STAN1TELD - - OREGON
Will De at the Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Thone Res. 711 Office 551
Office over Bank Bldg., Heriniston.
Calls answered at all hours.
Special Washington Snapshots of Armament Conferees
WOODSON & SWEEK
DR. F. V. PRIME
'Phones: Office 93. Residence 75 r
Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bank Bids. 'Phones: Office 92.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
DR. RAY W. LOGAN
P H Y S I C 1 A N & SURGEON
Calls answered at all hours lu'omuu.
UMATILLA - - OREGON
In Irrigon on Wednesdays.
In Boardman Tuesdays it Thursday.-
CLEANERS AND DYERS
710 Garden St.
Mail orders receive prompt attentioi.
PENDLETON - - OREGON
Pendleton Shoe Shop
118 West Court St.
NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIRING
We Rebuild, Not Cobble
The Rest Work for the Least .Money
WE PAY PARCEL POST ONE WA
The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a -full
crew of white help.
HOHHACH RROS., PROPS.
Elegant Furnished Room
Then yon will need some new
silverware or rut glass.
We have tine Holmes & Edwards
Alvin and Community lines
which are the very best. Also
a line of small pieces in glass.
t WM. H.
Jeweler to the
of New York
ARTHUR L. LARSEN
Boardman - Oregon
Here are photographs taken in the streets, of the chief delegates of the principal foreign nations now
in disarmamcm conference at Washington. At the left are Sir Auckland Geddes (left) and the Rt. Hon.
Arthur I. BaLiour, I'.ritish delegates, At the right. Premier Briand (left) and Albert Sarraut, for France
In the middle. Parou Shidehara (left) and Admiral Kato, for Japan.
Umatilla Experiment 5ta
tion Hog Feeding Results
The hog feeding tests conducted
y the Umatilla Experiment Station
uring the past season include hogs
snd-fed and self -fed on mixtures of
arley-middlings and corn-middlings
ith tankage added during the flu
shing period. All the hogs were on
Jfalfa pasture so a charge of $1
r head should be added to the
o.;ts. An acre of alfalfa 111 carry
'roil 30 to 4 0 hogs for tho season
o that the pasture charg: at $1 P?r
ncad would be about equal to tho
return hd hay been grov.-n. The
able is a sum...:.ry of rerylts
jcured. Barley, corn auu . ildd .-g
A'ere valued at $40 and tankag- 60
During the growing period lot 1,
fed 2 per cent of their weight per
lay of barley-middlings gained 100
ounds on 309 pounds of grain
.vhich was about equal to the grain
-ost of the 2 per cent corn-middlings
lot while the self-fed lot required
391 pounds of grain per 100 pounds
More grain was required in each
instance during the finishing period.
The ration for lot 1 was increased
from 2 per cent to 4 per cent and
was changed from barley-middlings i
to corn middlings tankage. The 2
per cent corn lot was finished on a
self-foeder while the original self
feeder lot was continued. The feed
tos per 100 pounds grain for lot 1
and lot 2 was practically equal while
'at 3 cost 415 pounds or 16 per cent
ore per 100 pounds of gain.
The cost of production for both
tho growing and finishing periods
shows that the lot grown on 2 per
cent and finished on tho self-feeder
were produced for ffi.37 POf 100
pounds while the 2 per cent and 4
per cent lot cost ?6.73 and tho selt
feeder lot ?8.02.
Hog Feeding Results Umatilla Experiment Station
Amount and Method of Feeding
l7ot T iJbO! ol
2 per cent 2 per cent Self-fed
Barley Corn Corn
Middlings Middlings Middlings
Number of Hogs 7 8 5
verage initial weight 44 40 40
Average final weight 119 111 171
verage gain 75 71 131
Grain fed per 100 pounds gain 309 313 391
Cost per 100 pounds gain 16.12 $6.37 $7.77
Amount and Method of Feeding
4 per cent Self-fed Self-fed-
Corn Corn Corn
Middlings Middlings Middling;
Tankage Tankage Tankage
Average initial weight 119 111 171
Average final weight 1R6 196 231
Average gain 67 85 60
drain fed per 100 pounds gain 359 354 415
Cost per 100 pounds gain $7.42 $7.29 $8.57
Costs Both Periods
Grain fed per 100 pounds gain 332 313 398
Cost per 100 pounds gain " $6.73 $6.37 $8.02
STOCK FEED DESTROYED
WHEN STRAW PILE Hl itNS
Investigation Are l'nder Way to
Show Exact Food Content of
When a straw stck burns how
much stock food goes up in smoke?
This question is expected to be
answered through an experiment by
Harry A. Schoth, scientific" essistant,
United States Departenint of Agri-
Marinello Beautv Parlors
Mae Wetzel llnird
rftangier Building, Pendleton, Ore.
: Suite 24-25-26 . . .Phone Connection
Shampooing Scalp Treatments
Hair Tinting Manicuring
Mannello Preparations Hair Goods
THE H. & H. SHOP
740 Main Street Pendleton, Ore.
Art Needlework Supplies- Every
thing for the Baby.
HEMSTITCHING AND STAMPING
Careful Attention to Mail Orders.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. dough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
culture, at the O. A. C. Experiment
station. Straw as ensilage may not
prove of commercial value but Mr.
Schoth believes the surest way of
knowing is to see for himself.
The straws experimented with arc
navy bean, soy bean, horse bean, and
buckwheat. Other feeds being tried
are the tops of artichokes, wild pars
nips, and reed canary grass. All of
these products are of minor import
ance to the crop proper and almost
all of them are discarded entirely
If the experiment proves a success it
will, in some cases, double the value
of the crop.
The straw is passed through a feed
cutter which leaves It in the same
condition as that for the large silos
It is then packed in big oak barrels.
Plenty of water must be used to
keep, the feed moist. A cover is
pressed down and sealed. Care must
be taken to keep the barrel air
tight as air will spoil the feed In a
Mr. Schoth carried on a number of
experiments last year with various
crops. He found that stock will eat
almost anything if prepared proper
ly. The feed values of the different
ensilages have not yet been fully determined.
answer received by the wholesalers
ran as follows:
"The undersigned is the merchant
on whom you tried to palm off your
worthless junk. The undersigned is
also president of the bank that re
turned your draft. The undersigned
is the postmaster to whom you Wrote
and also the lawyer whom you tried
to gri to collect your bill And if
the undersigned were not also the
pastor of the local church, the under
sign. il would tell you to go straighl
to the devil."- The American Legion
THE WALXTTLA CUT-OFF
Walhihi Writer Makes Plea for it on
(round of Scenic Value and
Iocnl I tility.
The following is a real snappy
article written to the editor of the
Oregon Journal and signed by live
"Waflula, Wash., Oct. 31. In a
recent issue of The Journal appeared
matter relating to the proposed Wal
lula cm oft' or link of the Columbia
highway. In passing, let me em
phasize the fact that the Columbia
highway ends at Umatilla, ... d CI
out the cut-off, or extension, there I.
no more highway entitled to the
name of the river, and some of tho
greatest wonders are left out. Like
that part completed, with all iits
advertised beauties and enchanting
nooks, with the highway carried
through we have Hat Rock, the
Lonesome Brother, the Twin Sisters
and, at its entrance, the Wallula
Gateway, offering a continuous pan
orama of God's wonderful work.
It seems as if Pendleton folks
about make up Umatilla county. The
building of said road might add a
few cents of expense to a small Dum
ber of Pendleton merchants and
deprive then of the sale of
a few gallons of gasoline. But
iciuriBts are not interested in agri
culture or sheep range's, but are out
to see the beauties of nature, wild
and primitive, and they search the
highway! and byways without thot
of the dollar that? our Pendleton
jcribe is so afraid of losing.
He further states that it would be
only a matter of 15 or 20 miles.
The tourist now, to reach Wallula,
must travel inland away from the
river from Umatilla to Pendleton, to
Walla Walla and back down to Wal
lula, 92 miles; whereas, on the cut
off he need travel only 2 7 miles, on
which every mtle offers some new
and inspiring view of river or cliffs.
Then, as to its commercial future, it
would bring to a productive and
I ransporfat ive stage thousands of
acres of the bost truck and garden
land in the state, and the state and
county would benefit tenfold in in
crease of taxes and population. Be
sides, we of this end of the county
need a road as well as other parts of
We hope this will bring the real
facts to the notice of those who may
wish to aid and not retard our on
ward march. We are Juniper resi
dents who favor good roads, good
schools and broadminded peopJe in
this great Oregon country.
Everett L. Y eager.
James Edward Clark,
Let us do that next printing for you.
Farmers' Week rS.tffi
WINTER SHORT COURSES
Put Science Into Farm Practice
Fruit and Vegetable Course Dec. 3-17, '21
Tractor Mechanics Course Jan. 2-Mar. 18, '22
Dairy Manufacture Course .' Jan. 2-Mar. 18, '22
Agriculture Course Jan. 2-Mar. 18, '22
Dairy Herdsmen's Course Jan. 2-June 18, '22
Grain Grading Course Jan. 9-21, '22
lleekeeping Course Jan. 30-Feb. 25, '22
Hoinemakers' Conference Mar. 20-25, '22
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Full Information on any Course by writing THE KECISTER, O A. C,
! Umatilla Welcomes All
NOV. 22 TO 26
MAKE 'OUR STORE
YOUR MEETING PLACE
t LOWNEY'S CANDIES SODA FOUNTAIN
PRICES AND SERVICE
TO YOUR LIKING
CLAY KIN EH ART, Proprietor
1 ,-t0llll0l HK---
TO FILL A LONG FELT
WANT, I HAVE OPENED
A MEAT MARKET
IN THE BUILDING NEXT
AND WILL CARRY A
KILL LINK OF
Fresh & Smoked Meats
A. C. PART LOW
E. P. DODD, Pres.
City Lots for Sale at
A HEAL ONE .MAN TOWN
A salesman sold a bill of goods to
a merchant in a small town They i
were returned as not satisfactory.
The wholesale house undertook to
collect anyway and drew a sight draft j
on the bank at the customer's town
The bank returned the draft unpaid.
ThM the house wrote to the village
postmaster and asked if the merchant
was good for the amount of the bill. :
The lett' r was returned O. K.'d at
the bottom. Next the postmaster was
asked to put the bill In the hands of
a local lawyer for collection. The
Work Called For Every Wcd
ntwla) anil Saturday
Delivered Wednesday and Saturday.
Prices Most Reasonable In
Work Guaranteed Satisfactory
Will call at every home
City Cleaning & KjHng Fctuh
ilMtuiK'nl 1 1 n E. Webrj St. - Pendleton
"There's a Difference"
1 kufoy 8. M. AJIoway W. Kuan
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.