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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1921)
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
HBPPNKR - - - OREGON
Roberts lluilding. 'Phone 048
JAMES D. ZURCHER
A ttoruey-a t-1 aw
STANITKLD - - OREGON
Will De at the Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Kes. 711 Office 551
Office over Bank Bldg., Hermlston.
Calls answered at all hours
Will This be Scrapped?
WOODSON & SWEEK
DR. F. V. PRIME
Phones: Office 98. Residence 751.
Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. FRANCIS P ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bank Bldg. 'Phones: Office 92.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
DR. RAY W. LOGAN
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Calls answered at all hours promptly
UMATILLA - - OHEGON
In Irrigon on Wednesdays.
In Boardman Tuesdays & Thursdays
CLEANERS AND DYERS
719 Garden St.
Mail orders receive prompt attention
PENDLETON - - OREGON
118 West Court St
NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIRING
We Rebuild, Not Cobble
The Best Work or the least Money
WE PAY PARCEL POST ONE WAY
1 The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a
full crew of white help.
1 THE FRENCH
HOHRACH BROS., PROPS.
H Elegant Furnished Rooms
I Thanksgiving Time
Then yon will need some new
silverware or cut glass.
We have tlw! Holmes & Edwards
A lvin and Community lines
which are the very best! Also
a line of small pieces in glass.
1 WM. H.
jeweler lo me
I West End.
Here is the scene at Newport News when America's latest and most
powerful dreadnought, the West Virginia, was launched the other day.
In the picture, the ship is just entering the water. If completed, the
West Virginia will cost over forty million dollars, but if the Hughes'
plan is adopted by the nations, it will be scrapped.
IRRIGON MOWS NOTES section should be able to take care
I of themselves. We cannot see that
Secretary Glasgow, of the Farm the Pniat illa-Wallula cut-off will so
Bureau, is In receipt of a letter from greatly benefit tiiis district. We
County Agent Calkins, advising us could look at it the same way as
that himself and Mr. Mansfield, presi- some of the others who only see their
dent of the state organization, will own community roads, in and out
be with us on Tuesday, December (i. leti. The tourists that go through.
General survey of the district will Pendleton would pass through here
be made during the day, and a meet- too but we would like to benefit the
ing has been arranged for the even- whole state and the entire Pacific
ing followed by an hour of social ; Northwest. We want to make it more
gathering, and refreshments will be : convenient lor more tourists and
served. Mrs. Glasgow, who is at the j convenient to those who may com
head of the social committee, is mak-l our way anyway. Let us look at it
Ing the necessary arrangements this j from the other fellow's standpoint
week. A vigorous campaign will be ; l,et us be broad thinking men and
launched for members and various : women. Lei us at'k for only such
problems discussed during the meet-! things as are within reason and
ing and throughout the day by dif-when we stay within those bounds
ferent ones interested in farming j we may expect our requests to bi
and other things in connection with ! considered.
farms in this district. The rabbit noisoninu minnaim
We are in receipt of A letter from I is progressing nicely although (hi
i Continental Insurance X
of New York
a reliable authority that we may feel
reasonably assured of an early con
struction of the Umatilla-Wallujla
out -off. The person acknowledges
hat this road leads in importance ol
all others as an asset to the state
and to the federal government. If: is
one of those missing links necessary
to make use of the present road sys
tems as they were originally intend
ed. A number of persons have been
icard inquiring what Eastern Ore
gon really consisted of. It appears
in the vicinity of Pendleton, if we
are to take some of our so-called
Eastern Oregon papers idea for it,
is the whole of Eastern Oregon.
You little chaps should vote a special
i) or 6 mill tax to build your com
munity roads like the rest of us do.
You are, of course, in the only pros
perous farming district in the state,
the rest is all sage brush, and if the
sage brush country farmers can af
ford to vote special taxes for a series
of years to build their little com
munity roads and not ask for any
Federal aid, the big farmers of the
Eastern Oregon fruit belt and wheat
Marinello Beautv Parlors
Mae Wetzel Bavin
Stangier Ruilding. Pendleton, Ore.
Suite 24-25-26. . . .Phone Connection
Shampooing Scalp Treatments
Hair Tinting Manicuring
Marinello Preparations Hair Goods
THE H. & H. SHOP
Z ARTHUR L. LARSEN ; 71 Main Street Pendleton. Ore.
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ti:j I, 4- A Art Iee lew oi i .-u m liicij-
0 Ti thini!- for the Rahv.
2 Boardman - Oregon X' hemstitching and stamping
Careful Attention to Mail Orders.
weather has been very mild and the
snow is fast leaving us. Mr. Fred
erickson report results very good.
1 'litis. Powell and John Heavert re
port some success in their district
and are placing more bail out at
I nni the Department f Industrial
Journal!, Oregon Agricultural
Onjoif Growers Helped
Onion KBSWers ot Oregon are
vised to attend the discussion 01
onion maggot and onion smut con
trol which will occur the first day o
the meeting of the Oregon Btati
Horticultural society at Forest (Jr'ovi
on December 1 to 3. The winter sea
son is the best time for growers ti
acquaint themselves with the hit
developments in agriculture and t
ompars their experiences witli llu
TESTED COWS MAKE MONEY
FOR PROGRESSIVE OWNER
Average Production of 8,Tj00 Associa
tion Milkers i ; '2 - Pounds
Gain in tne Year.
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallis, November 30. Oregon cow
tost ing association dairymen mado a
jnar profit of $2,664 additional gain
by following association methods in
October, 1921. This shows splendid
progivss, reports E. D. Fitts, federal
and 0. A. C. extension dairy
The average yield of milk reported
lor the 2 , r 0 J cows in cow-testing
Hcociatiom was 571 pounds, and
;he yield of bulterfat 2 7.91. This
was an average of 2.29 pounds of
:it over Hie yield lor October 1920.
The total gain was 5,920 pounds
lal, which al 15 cents a pound,
was worth $2,664 a clear gain.
i i - sain was made over much bet
ter than average prod in t ion, being
the yield of well tested cows last
year. Compared with the average
yield of untested cows the showing
I much more impressive.
The Tillamook association led in
he number of cows tested, 1040,
ind number of honor cows giving
ire than 4 0 pounds of fat.
The Rogue River association made
the highest average production, 34.-
pounds of fat.
Twelve grade Jerseys owned by
Clyde Klnneson of the Tillamook as
sociation, made the highest herd
iverage, 50.73 pounds. A. J. Roger's
Holstein, Princess, gave the most fat
for the month, 84. 85 pounds.
Thirteen low producers were weed
Good feeding and management aa
well as good cows are objectives of
DR. L. C RTCHEY
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Eyes Scientifically Examined
lienses Ground ami Fitted.
American National Bank Lnildlug
ASSIST PS IN SRC17RINO
MORE SI liSCIUDKItS FOR
THE HOARDMAN MIRROR.
THE KIND ACT WILL BE
e a i
The Cash St 01
SAVE HONEY 1
IRA A. BEROF.R, Boardman
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THE COLUMBIA AM) THE N. W.
Let me sit by the shore
Of the steam that I adore
That rolls to the end of all time.
And list with delight
To your song in your flight
Your beautiful river sublime.
Your current is blue
Your course, it is true
You inarch down jour isle lo the sea.
Your shores they are bare
llut jour hills are most fair
And you sing, and you dance in your
A tale you could toll
)f the scenes you know well
On your plains and your deep wood
Of the hunters of game
And the heroes of fame
And the voices, your murmering
There was winter's bright glow
With her mountains of snow
When the deer and the bison abound
And your ice and your frost
Enabled to cross
The hunter, the horse and the hound.
There were trappers who sung
When the N. W. was young
'Where game in abundance abides."
Through the woods undismayed
They trailed unafraid
With their guns and their traps
Uy their sides.
There were thrills to commend
There were fears without end
There was cold' and privation to
Hut the tale is replete
With a charm thai is sweet
For youth and adventure were there.
Now tell us your tale
Of the bold Indian's trail
And the white men who followed
In the days that are gone
As you flow on and on
Can you tell us of scenes you hav
Did You Know we Want Your $
Mail Order Business?
Don't say we can't com
pete with outside prices.
Give us a trial and see.
WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU
Boardman Trading Co.
"The West Extension Supply Htoro"
-f. .:. jaaav-w y r-acv gar
Likely to fShow Drop in Eggs
I'ullets are likely to show a drop
in egg production, often traceable to
overfeeding at this season of the
..ear. Those starling to lay in Octo
ber or early November develop a
keen appetite and consume on the
average more feed than they will
later on. The tendency of overfeed
should be avoided carefully al the
time, and if anything the amount ol
scratch grain should be raduoed
Should the birds stand around idle
cut down the feed until they agai."
get busy scratching in the litter.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
Good Potato Seed Pays
Oood prices for potatoes at tail
time ii no reason why growers should
sell all of their marketable potatoes
and retain the small ones for seed
Neither should prospective growers
purchase small seed with which to
start hi business next year .Small
seed is usually the result of inferior
hills, often affected by disease
Many small potatoes sorted out of
the average field are undersized be
cause of the dwarfing effect of will,
mosaic.or some other equally danger
ous potato malady. To plant little
potatoes from' common uncertified
stock Is to invite a harvest propor
HENHY I'OKD'S I'OWEIl PLANT
"The country is full of unused
water power," says Henry Ford,
"which should be harnessed and put
to work." He promises now that he
will buy Muscle Shoals, that he will
set an example of what a water
power may do for a country. " I will
. ive employment to millions of men
in the south. I will establish indus
tries. I wil extract from the air
nitrates sufficient to fertilize the
whole cotton belt of the south, and
I will give the nation an object lea
son of what use water power may
be to agriculture. It is time to
awaken " What belter arguments
for our hydro-electric power develop
ment could be given than Ford's?
Brltiah to Pay U. 8. War Interett.
London An arrangement has been
made to begin paying the interest on
the debt owed by (Jreat Britain to the
t nited States at the rate of 50,000,
00 yearly, it was announced In the
v'mse of commons by Sir Robert
Home, the chancellor of the exche
quer. Sir Robert made this announcement
la the course of a statement on the
f t n us rlBt lh08e buller mrc
In your subscription paid in advance? I
E. P. DODD, Pres.
City Lots for Sale at
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.