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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1922)
J ALFALFA FARMS
t Diversified Tracts
T Pnlnniproved Land With Water X
City Lots in Boardman
Town Lots in New Town of
I Farms and City Property X
ill all parts of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho
? E. P. Dodd, Hermiston X
mtn nt tie limit t
NEW MARKET X
TO FILL A LONG FELT J J
WANT, I HAVE OPENED '
A MEAT MARKET j j
IN THE BUILDING NEXT
TO THE ; ;
OLD POSTOFFIGE !!
AND WILL CABBY A j
FULL LINE OF '
Fresh & Smoked Meats ; ;
A. c. partlow ::
BULLETIN OF BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY CHURCH SERVICE
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Church Service 11:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. ni.
Prayer Meeting, every Thurs
day at g p. m
All are welcome.
I hereby announce myself as a
andidate for the nomination to the
office of County Commissioner, sub
ject to the will of the Republicans
of Morrow county, to be expressed
at the Primaries in May, 1922. Pre
G. A. BLEAKMAN,
JU Hardman, Oregon
Bring your cleaning and pressing
to Mrs. Alice Dingman. 39tf
Continental Insurance X
of New York
t ARTHUR L. LARSEN $
t Boardman - Oregon X
X IS AN IMPOBTANT THING
WITH US MORTALS.
IS YOUB WATCH KEEPING
IF NOT, SEND IT TO
WM. H. OCDEN
Jeweler to the Hermiston,
X West End. Oregon
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF iHE 1NTERIOI
U. S. LAND OFFICE at The Da
les, Oregon, January 26, 1922.
NOTICE ie hereby given thr.
Homer J. Cason, of Boardman, On
gon, who, on April 28, 1917, mad.
Homestead Entry, No. 018530, fo:
NE NE (being Unit "F"), Sec
tion 24, Township 4-North, Rang.
24-East, Willamette Meridian, -ha
filed notice of intention to mjaki
three-year Proof, to establish clai:
to the land above described, befor
C. 0, Blayden, United States Com
missioner, at Boardman, Oregon, oi
(he 13th day of March, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Claud White, Chas. Barnes, Chas
J. Nizer, O. H. Warner, all of Board
J. W. DONNELLY,
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The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a 1
lull crew of white help. I
THE FRENCH I
I I HOHI5ACH UP.OS., PROPS. I
Elegant Furnished Itoonis I
1 g in Connection.
B. N. Stanfleld, President
Balph A. Holte, Cashier
Frank Sloan, 1st Vice-President
M. B. Ling, 2nd Vice-President
Bank of Stanfield
Capital Stock and Surplus
MpPH e. M MH
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
Now is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mirroi
The Highway Inn
O. H. WARNER, Proprietor
BOARDMAN AUTO LIVERY
"We go anywhere night or day"
WE SELL LAND
or show you a homestead. We saw it first. Let
us show you.
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
IRRIGON JEWS ITEMS'
Mrs. Burnett, of Athena, is visiting
her father, B. P. Bloom for a couple
of weeks. Mr. Bloom has all his
children with him here now and they
expect to start to school FOon if Mr.
Bloom is assigned regularly to thin
section as foreman. This will add
four to the school list.
The high school boys are sched
uled to play ball with the Umatilla
school team at Umatilla, March 31
and at Irrigon April 14. They are
practicing up a little now.
Mr. W. N. Jacobson, of Patterson
Wash., accompanied by Mr. Evans
and Mr. Pounder of Troutdale, Ore ,
and Mr. Neilson, of Patterson, were
in Irrigon Tuesday. . Messrs Evans
md Pounder had been visiting at
iacobson's for a few days and were
returning to Troutdale. Mr. Jacob
on and Mr. Neilson purchased a bill
)f building material from the Tuin-a-jUui
Lumber Company and expect
o ferry it over in a few days.
Mr. Jacobson says the heavy win
er has not hurt the fruit buds In tti
least and he expects a heavy crop
The Commercial Club sent three
ielegates to Hermiston Tuesday, as
epresentatives from Irrigon, to heat
Governor Davis of Idaho, on Reclaiu
ition and Mayor Hartman of Pend
eton, on Camp Grounds, and to dis
cuss various matters of general inter
?st to this part of the country. Tht
Ielegates were Chas. E. Glasgow,
has. W. Powell and M. F. Wad
The Farm bureau held its regular
ionthly meeting Saturday evening
nd had a large gathering. The Bu
eau went on record to urge the Co
inty Court to continue the work of
bounty Public Health Nurse and tht
tecretary was instructed to draw up
esolutions and have same sent to
he county court. After the meet
ng, progressive 5 00 was played and
he winners this time wereJ Lyle
teaman and Mrs. A. B. Chaney.
Mrs. Glasgow and her assistants
n the social committee must be
ongratulated upon the success of
hese occasions as we certainly all
injoy an evening of this kind.
The community has arranged to
clean up the railroad park Sunday,
March the 12th under the direction
if the Chairman of the Farm Bureau
tr, Hugh Grim. Trees will also
0 planted to fill in where they havi
lied from various causes in the past
few years. Mrs. Chas E.- Glasgow,
hairman of the social committee,
of the farm bureau announces that a
big feed will be arranged by the
adies of the committee. This will
ie known as the third annual cleanup.
IUVER UNUSUALLY IX)W
The river is unusually low at pre
ent. Wait untill those mountain
if snow begin to melt, which will be
in a short time at the rate every
thing is warming up.
Mrs. F. F. Klitz has been suffering
from an attack of the grippe.
Dr Alfred Johnston, of Arlington,
announces that he will make two
trips to Boardman, and will be here
every Wednesday and Saturday
OREGON HEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Events of the Week
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation of Our Readers.
Business men of Condon have or
ganized a commercial club.
Marian Clark of North Bend was the
first woman choBen in Coos county to
serve on a circuit court jury.
The Seio high school student body
has voted to "adopt" two orphans from
the Armenian relief committee.
A total of 32 deaths of influenza in
Portland during the month of Febiu
ary were reported to the city health
A building permit was taken out at
Eugene by the Osburn Hotel company
for the erection of a 170,000 apartment
Hood River hotels and restaurants
report a great increase in business
since the Columbia river highway was
The Scio Rod and Gun club bns suc
ceeded in organizing a game preserve
just west of the city, comprising about
Official announcement was made by
the Asiatic-American Steamship com
pany that Astoria is to be its terminal
on the Columbia river.
Two million silverside eggs arrived
at Astoria from the Alsea bay district
and were taken to the Klaskanine riv
er hatchery for hatching.
J. A. Churchill, state luperlntendent
of public instruction, and Miss Inez K
Depew of Chicago, were married in
(he latter city last week.
Work has begun on the new fish
hatchery financed by Wasco county
sportsmen at Oak Springs, on the Den
chutes river near Maupin.
Miss Grace M. Amos, widely known
Oregon reform leader and prohibition
ist, died at the Portland surgical hos
pital following a brief illness.
Prlneville is suffering from an epi
demlc of colds and la grippe. Mori
than 60 children are out of school end
several of the teachers have been ill.
Logging camps In the lower Cohun
bla district are resuming operation!
after a shutdown of several weeks
Thll action follows the demand for fit
logs by the mills.
Because of the shortage of feed am!
the cold and stormy weather of tin
past few weeks, ranchers of the Oak
land section have suffered the loss ol
;in unusual number of sheep and lambs
The annual conference of the North
west Missionary Prayer bands, which
Includes the territories of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho, convened in
Portland for a three days' session last
A $36,000 deal in horses was madt
known when James E. Smith of Bend
announced that he had contracted the
sale of 1000 head of range geldingr
from the Bill Brown stock ranch at
Approximately $375,000 will be spent
by Marion county this year in improv
ing its roads, according to announce
nient by the county court. The con
tructlon program includes 25 miles ol
Mrs. Alice Dingman has recovered
from a bad attack of the grippe.
Mr. Dingman came over from Golden
dale to be with her during her illness.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ON THE CONTRAST
I've got a voyage ahead of me,
that streaches away beyond life's sea, j
and its up to me to steer my ship, i
;ind not be late at the end of the trip.
But there's some who seem to
'hink that I should let the rest of
the world go by.
Now it ain't occurred to my rest
less mind, that I would like to be
left behind, an' let some feller with
slower pace, go on a-past me in the
race! And I wisht somebody would
tell me why I should let the rest of
the world go by.
In fact, I never was much of a
hand to trail in last, at the jedge's
stand. I'd rather arrive like a
lightning flash, and watch the slow
ones end the dash! There ain't no
glory, none, says I, in lettln the rest
of the world go by.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. LAND OFFICE at The Da!-!
lee, Oregon, January 25, 1922.
NOTICE 1b hereby given that j
Martin Behin, of lone, Oregon, who,
on December !, 19 18, made Addi
tional Homestead Entry, No. 020211,
for E SW'4 ,NW14 SE14 and SWH
NKy, Section 20, Township 2-North,
Range 26-East, Willamette Meridian,
has liled notice of intention to make
three-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
J. A. Waters, United States Commis
sioner, at Heppner, Oregon, on Uu
21st day of March, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ed Rietmann, Phil Dohorty, Bert
Johnson, J. H. ituus, all of ii ne
J. W. DONNELLY,
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OE THE INTERIOH
PROFESSION A L C A RDS
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HEPPNER - - OREGON
FR CIS McMEN
U. S. LAND OFFICE AT THE
DAI. EES, OREGON, JA-V 19, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Ingvard Jem en Skoubo, of Board
man, Oregon, who, on May 17. 19 17,
made Homestead Entry, No. 01X5 IX,
for NEU NEV4 (being Pint "A"
I 'mat ilia Project), Section 18. Town
ship 4-North, Range 25-East, Wil
lamette Meridian, has lib d notice of
Intention lo make three-year Proof,
to establish claim to the hind above
described, before C. 0, Blayden, II.
commissioner, ni uoaraman, ure-jt
.mm, on me mm uay oi iwarcn, iyj.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James Richard Johnson, Rudolph I
Wasmer, O. H. Warner, Ira Berger,
all of Boardman, Oregon.
J. W. DONNELLY,
Roberts Building. 'Plum 048
JAMES I). ZURCHER
STANFIELD - - C'ON
Will De at the High," .. Ij
nesday ot each ui.
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
physician and SUROBON
'Phono Res. 711 Office 551
Office over Bank Bldg., Hermiston.
Calls answered at all hours.
WOODSON & SV EE
ATTOKNEYS- AT-I VI
DR. F. V. PRIME
I) R N T I S T I! V
Phones: Office 93. Residence 76 1.
Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p m.
P FR" CIS P
PHYSICIAN INU ! : ' '
liank Bldg. Phones: Office 2.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
FOR SALE R. C. R. I. COCKS,
Depner strain; prize winners.
$2.50 to flO. Paul M. Smith,
Boardman, Ore. 51-fitp
DR. RAY W. LOGAN
PHYSICIAN & BURGEON
Calls answered at all hours promptly
UMATILLA - - OREGON
hi Irrigon on Wednesdays.
In Boardman Tuesdays & Thursdays
Dr. A. H. Johnston
Physcian and Burgeon
Calls answered at all hours
In Boardman Wednesday and Satur
Office phone M 151 Res. M 2 3 2
THE H. & H. SHOP
740 .Main Street Pendleton, Ore.
Art Needlework Supplies Every-
thing for the Baby.
HEMSTITCHING AND STAMPING
Careful At tent in to Mail Orders
DR. L. C. RICHEY
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Eyes Scientifically Examined
Lenses Ground and Kitted.
American National Bank Building
Let us print those butter wrappers
Butter Makers !
Should Order Their
OUR PRICES ARE CHEAPER
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
J OUR WORKMANSHIP EQUAL TO ANY
Pioneer Employment Go.
with two big offices
PENDLETON and PORTLAND
Is prepared to handle the business of Eastern
Oregon better than ever before.
Farms, Mills, Camps, Hotels, Garages, Etc.
We Negotiate Leases and Rentals. Free Service
Wire Bush Orders At Our Expense.
14 No. 2nd Street
The Only Employment
115 East Webb Street Phone 676
Office In Eastern OMajM IUi
Connections In Portland.
The Boardman Mirror is the only paper in the
world that is boosting all the time and ex
clusively for Doardman.
THE FIELD IS TOO SMALL
TO BE DIVIDED.
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getting it back and not to build up another place.
II I nam
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