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Unitunj) roved Land With Water
City Lots in Boardman
Town Lots in New Town of
Farina and City Property
in all parts of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho
Is rK exchange
I E. P. Dodd, Hermiston J
TO FILL A LONG FELT
WANT, I HAVU OPENED
A MEAT MARKET
IN THE BUILDING NEXT
TO THE r
AND WILL CARRY A
FULL LINK OF
Fresh & Smoked Merits
A . C . PARTLOW
t Continental Insurance
of New York
ARTHUR L. LARSEN J
Boardman - Oregon X
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NOTICE! FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF '1 HE INTER IOi
U. S. LAND OFFICE at The Da,
les, Oregon, January 26, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given tha
Homer j. Cfcfion, oi Boardnaaa, Or
gon, who, on April 28, 1917, mad
Homestead Entry, No. 018530, fo
NE',4 NEK (being Unit "F"), Set
lion 24, Township 4-Norlh, Rang
24-East, Willamette Meridian, ha
filed notice of intention to niak
three-year Proof, to establish claii
to the land above described, befor.
C. G. Blayden, United States Com
i lissioner, at Boardman, Oregon, oi
the ltitli day of March, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Claud White, Chas. Barnes, Cha.
.1. Nizev, O. II, Warner, all of Hoard
J. W. DONNELLY,
NOTICE FOR PI PLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S, LAND OFFICE AT THE
DALLES, JAN. 9, 1922.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Charles J. Nizer, of Boardman, Ore
gon, who, on January 6, 1917, made
Homestead Entry No. 0170-17, tor
W SE NE14, WVs NE KE:,i
(being unit "B"), Section 24, Town
ship 4-Norlh, Range 24-East, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed aotlci
of intention to -make three-yeui
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before C. G. Play
den, U. S. Commissioner, at Hoard
man, Oregon, on the 24th day of
February, 192 2.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ira Berger, John J. Jenkins, H. 11
Weston, Charles Dillabaugh, all oi
J. V. DONNELLY,
Let the Mirror print your buttei
Wrappers and help your home paper
X IS AN IMPORTANT THING
WITH IS MORTALS.
X IS VOI R WATCH KEEPING
' ' IF NOT, SEND IT TO
; W M . H . OGDEN
Jeweler to the Hermiston,
West End. Oregon
vMMltfaoHt tM j
FOR SALE R. C. R. I. COCK:'.
Dep'ner strain; prize winner.
$2.50 to $10. Taul M. Smith.
Boardman, Ore. 51-611
t The Only Restaurant in
I Pendleton Employing a
; full crew of white help.
T H E F R E N C II
HOHBACH BROS., PROPS,
Elegant Furnished Rooms I
R. N. Stftniiolrl, President
Ralph A. Holte, Cashier
Plunk Sloan, 1st Vice-President
M. R. Ling, anil Vice-President
Bank of Stanfield
Capital Stock and Surplus
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
Now is the time to Subscribe lor the Boardman Mirro
O. H. WARNER, Proprietor
In Co lined ion
BO A RDM A ALTO LIVERY
"We aro any where nfarht or day"
WE SELL LA N D
or show you a homestead. We saw it first. Let
us show 3 i u.
we i r-v - -
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse. Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pre".
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
Orders tor lime should he placed
at once with the Secretary of the
state lime board. Dean A. B. Cordley.
Oregon Agrioultrual college, Corvai
is. Thirty carloads at $4 a ton will
;ave to be ordered to justify opening
he plant. Should 1000 tons per
;onth be ordered the present price
ould be materially reduced. O.A.C.
Out With the Loafers
Have you, removed those hen
hatching eggs from the breeding per.
i'rom which you do not want to get
Remember that this is the season
that even the loafers will lay ant
ggs from them may hatch more
Spray for Brown Hot
Where blossom blight, caused bj
brown rot fungus on cherries, plum:
prunes, apricots, and certain var;
. ties of pears, has been bad in pas
ears growers should plan to give :
thorough spraying with Bordeau:
1-4-50 just as the first petals an
opening. Considerable reduction
of loss by brown rot has been o!
ained by using this spray.
EASTERN OREGON FARM NOTE!
Irrigated barley yeilded 1H68 lb:
o the acre as compared with 944 lb
i' irrigated oais, according to tin
ensus figures for Oregon. It wil
y to grow more barley than oat:
unless the region is exceptional!
rost y or cold. Barley is also fa:
utter to plant on land somewha
strong with alkali.
HEART WOOD BEST FOR POST
Fence posts made of heart woot
of mountain cedar will last from 2,'
'o 30 years as compared with 6 or 1
years for those made of sap wood
ieavy posts having a clrcumferanc
of 21 inches are the most economics
o buy. lied juniper posts, split
will last much better than the same
dzed round ones. Nothing but a
ood post should pay in a permanen:
EARLY PLOWING PROFITABLE
Summer fallow plowed early of
en yeilds as high as 9 bushel;) an
.ere more than land left till May 01
rune before plowing. Careful ob
ei vance of good farm practices II
the surest and cheapest method o;
increasing crop yeilds.
Federation topped all sprint
wheats under the high Irrigate
conditions of the Aberdeen expert
uent station in 1921. Federatiot
elided V9.7 bushels an acre, which
trhich was 19.4 more than Marguls
17.4 more than Bluestetn, and 11.'
bushels an acre better than Dicklow
GRAIN RATION FOR COWS
Th mosl economical grain ration
;o feed dairy cows along with com
-non hoi so grown roughage is com
posed of corn, 3.00 lbs, mill run
140 pounds and cotton seed meal 100
lounds. Corn is relatively low in
price now as compared to barlej
and oats. Cotton seed meal can b
replaced by flax seed meal if suc
culent or laxitive feeds are lacking
in the ration.
Look with suspicion on the hen
,1th bri ;ht yellow shanks this tiini
f the y ir. She has probably hei r
oafiiig on the job until spring came.
BULLETIN OF BOARDMAN
JOMMINITV CHURCH SEBVIOf
Sunday School 10:30 a. B
Church Service 11:30 a. m
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m
Prayer Ktsetlng, every Thurs
day at 8 '). ui
All are welcome.
I hereby announce myself as a
andidate for the nomination to the
(Iice of County Commissioner, sub
ject to the vill of the Republicans
of Morrow county, to be expressed
it the Primaries in May, 1922. Pre
G. A. BLEAK MAN",
50 Hardman, Oregon.
BrinL- our cleaning and pressing
to Mrs. Alice Dingman. 39tf
SELECTED TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Dairy Calves out of high grade
rows making 300 lbs. of fat or
better in cow testing asso'ial loot
and by purebred registered sires
for sale. For particulars and price
write Frank A. Rowe, 53 Fourth
3t., Portland, Ore , dealer in dairy
OTHER CHAPTER IN
JOHN HAY CASE
In a memorandum opinion writte
3 Judge Gilbert V. Phelps and d'
-rid under date of February 18
i reviewed the proceedings of th
brought by certain i;ro,)r,y owi.
rs within the John Day Irrigatic
Hstrlct, against the district, the di
Bctors of the district, and again:-.
engineer, and certait
district. The purpos
ig to enjoin the pay
Of the s
- lent of
3h to pay the warrants.
In the outset the plaintiffs chal
lenged the legality of the organic
ation, ar..l the constitutionality of th
lei under which the district was org
mixed. lie questions have by prio
ruling of Judge Phelps, been decid
3d contrary to plaintiffs' contentions
The proceedings further atta'ke
two contracts entered into by th
joard of directors with John H. Lew
s, engineer, under the first of whicl
lie was to receive a compensation 0
$60,000, and under the second h;
as to 111 ive an additional comnen
ation of some $44,000.
The court holds the first of thes
contracts to be valid as to the vorl
lone to the point of where it was dis
overed that the pioject was not fi
iiancially feasible, without bringing
In additional lands comprising at:
xrea of about 110,000 acres anil en
ailing the additional expense o:
lome $44,000. As to the work doin
a yond that point the court holds tin
ontract void and not binding upoi
The court further holds that Lawl
s entithd to payment for the reason
tble value of the work actually don1
up to the point indicated, this balm
1 matter of settlement between Lewi
and the board of directors as nov
constituted; that if such settleiuen
Cannot be had with the board, the!
Mr. Lewis can report to a court ol
law to establish and enforce paynien
it 1 lie amount due him for his set
vices. The se ond or supplemental con
tract covering the additional 110,00'
icres and calling for payment of tie
additional $44,000, the court 'declare
.0 be ultra vires the board of dine
ora and therefore null and void.
The court then passes to consider
tion of other expenditures by tlu
oard of directors and attacked b.
he plaintiffs and decides as follow)
1. That the action of the hoard
in voting themsehes compensut ioi
n excess of $3 per day was unlaw!' 11
ind warrants for the excess amoiini
hotlld not be paid by tli district.
2. That transpor
v ein ions a
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
EPARTMENT OF THE INTBRIOB
U. S. LAND OFFICE at The Dal
es, Oregon, January 25, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that
lartin Behm, of lone, Oregon, who,
m December 9, 1918, made Addi
lonal Homestead Entry, No. 020211,
or E L,Wh.NvV U SE14 and SWU
NE4, Section 20, Township 2-North,
Jang-' 25-East, Willamette Meridian
ias tiled notice of intention to make
.iire'e-yoar Proof, to establish claiii
o the land above described, befor.
1. A. Waters, United States Commit
loner, at Heppner, Oregon, on ;u
-1st day of March, 1922.
Claimant names as w itnesses:
Ed Rletmann, Phil Doherty, Pert
lohnson, J. 11. lmus, all of lone,
J. W. DONNELLY,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
IH3PPNER - - - OREtiON
I RA N ( IS McMEN AMIN
Roberts Building. 'Phone 013
JAMES D. ZVIICHER
-a! ', iw
W !1 a; 1
1 EPA 11TM ION T OF Till: IXTFKHi
7 I 1 Office 551
ik i'.idg.. Hermiston.
red at all hours.
WOODSON & SVvEEK
I)?,. F. V. PRIME
1) E K T I S T R V
U. S. I.AM) OFFICE AT THE
DALLES, OREGON, JAN. 7, 1922.
NOTICE IS HFItEBY RIVEN that
lames Richard Johnson, of Hoard
uian, Oregon, who, on May 5, 1917,
iade Reclamation Homestead En try 'Phones: Office 93. Rosldsncs 761.
o. 0181.25, for S&U NK'i. being Honrs: S a. in, to 5 p. m.
'.'nit "D", Section IS, Township 4- '
North. Rang,. 2 5 Huh.. Wtllimette QR, FRANCIS P. ADAMS
erldlan, has ftled notice of Inten- PHYSICIAN AND srR(il'K)N
ion to make t in--e -year Proof, to HERMISTON, ORE.
Itablish claim to the land above de- Bank Mldg. 'Phones: Office 92.
cribed, before C. Q Hlayden, I'niled Residence 595.
tales Commissioner, at lloaidman,
Oregon, on the 7th day of March,
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
("alls Answered Day or Night.
O. II. Warner, Ira Berger, Rudolph
Wasmer, Ingvard JenSOtt Skoubo, all
of Boardman. Oregon.
.1 V. DONNELLY.
40-2 RPiriBter UMATILLA - - OREGON
lu irrigon on Wednesdays.
n Boardman Tuesdays it Thursdays
DR. RAY W. LOGAN
PHYSICIAN & SURG E O N
Calls answered at all hours promptly
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. LAND OFFICE AT THE
DALLES. OREGON, JAN. 19, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that HEMSTITCHING AND STAMPING
Ingvard Jensen skoubo, ol lloard
.11111, Oregon, who, on May 17, 19:7. .
iade Homestead Entry, No. oik5I8,
.or NEVi NE;4 (being Fnit "A"
Umatilla Project), section is, Town
hip 4-North, Range 2 5 -East. Wil-!
imette Meridian, has (lied notice of tj I (' RII'TTIT'Y
r ' 1 w . ija v a v m. m. m.-m m
THE H. & H. SHOP
710 Main SI reel Pendleton, Ore.
Art Needlework Supplies Every
1 hing for the Baby.
Cur. fnl A Ileal in to Mail Orders.
ansporlation and ex
the directors and then
attendance upon con
irrignt ioi! con grease:
and not in the actual preformance 01
claims against the district and should
nol be paid by it.
3. Thai the expenses of picnic:
ind celebrations are nol legitimate
charges to be added on the district
and that expenses of Ihal nature will
4. Thai expenses of circulating
petitions, Attorneys' fees and other
barges Incurred by He- district prior
to its organization an- not proper ob
ligations of the district and should
not be paid out of its funds.
5. That I he action of the board
if dire' Tors in voting $5,000 out of
'he funds of the district to defe at tin:
suit and other pending litigation
wherein they were defendants was a
palpable abuse of discretion, If dis
retionary, and that their action was
old and cannot burden the district,
6. That counsel performing any
actual service for the district as such
have their claims to be sen led with
the exinting board, or failing in thai
they have access to a courl of law to
enforce their just and legitimate d
Finally the courl holds that, save
as 10 dt-inands Ihal an- not legitimate
Halms against the district as indica j
ted, there Is no sufficient ground to
enjoin the collection of the district
This memorandum opinion doe
not constitute ihe final findings and
decree in this cause, bui is a sum
mary of what the final decision of
1 he court will be.
Intention 10 make three-year Proof
to establish claim to the land above
described, before C. G. Blayden, V,
i. Commissioner, at Boardman, Ore
gon, on the 71b day of March, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James Richard Johnson, Rudolph
Wasmer. O. H, Warner, Ira Berger,
all of Boardman, Oregon.
J. W. DONNELLY.
L. C. RI(
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Eyes Scientifically Examined
Lenses Ground and Fitted.
American National Bank Iluilding
Lei us print those butter wrappers.
Should Older Their
O U R PRICES A R E CHE A P E R
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100 (any size) $1.00
200 (any size) 1.75
300 (any size) 2.50
500 (any size) 3.50
If you want them imprinted we sell for less
The Boardman Mirror is the only paper in the
world (hat is boosting all the time and ex
clusively for Boardman,
THE FIELD IS TOO SMALL
TO HE DIVIDED.
Spend your money where there is some hope of
Kcttinj; it hack and not to huild up another place.
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