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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1922)
I The Only Restaurant in
I Pendleton Employing a
I full crew of white help.
HOHBACH BHOS., PROPS.
1 Elegant Furnished Rooms
Mill! ! I Mfrfr
Small Acreage ;
Town Property '
I Uninmproved Land With Water X
City l.ois in Boardman I
Town IjOts in New Town of 1
Farms and City Property
in all parts of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho
E. P. Dodd, Hermiston
t Continental Insuranct
of New York
t ARTHUR L. LARSEN
t Boardman - Oregoi
S. E. NOTSON
A T T O R X E Y - A T - Ij A W
Office in Court House
HEPPNKR . . . OREGON
No Peace Willi Slugs
JAMES D. ZURC HER
STAN FIE LB - . OREGON
Will oe at the Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Res. 711 Office 551
)Sice over Hank Bldg., Hermiston
Calls answered at all hours
Doable S & H. Green Stamp
on all sals until April 1st.
Now is the time to get a good
watch nnd get part of the
money back. We give S. &
H. Green Stamps on sales
VOODSON & SWEEK
DR. F. V. PRIME
B E N T 1 S T R Y
'hones: Office 93. Residence 751
Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
R. FRANCIS P. ADAM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Hank Bldg. 'Phones: Office 9 2.
Office Hours 9-1 2. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
DR. RAY W. LOGAN
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
.Jails answered at all hours prompt I;
UMATILLA - - OREGON
In Iriigon on Wednesdays.
In Boardman Tuesdays & Thursdays
Jeweler to the
THE H. & H. SHOP
710 Main Street Pendleton, Ore.
Art Needlework Supplies Every
tiling for the Baby.
HEMSTITCHING AND STAMPING
Careful Attentln to Mail Orders
Be sure to get a supply of cajeta
arsenate on hand to tight the
den slugs when they appear. In 0
meantime, the burning or plQWirj i
fence rows, ditch banks, and si: ill
uncultivated areas will greatly ro
duce the amount of slug injury.
Hogs Utilize Waste
Enough waste products exist in tli
state each year in the form of grai
stubble, skim milk and cull f;u I
and vegetables to p: d" o S.'onor.:
cally, if balanced with grain
uuu nogs, ror the state as a Wiic
one hog can be kept in this laaim
for every dairy cow, one for evi i.
acres of grain land, and one hog p
farm to clean up the minor waste
This is a safe production progra
as the people of Oregon consume an
nually about 391,000 hogs or abo
one hog for every two persons.
How About a Twig Milter?
"Shall I spray for peach and pru .
twig miner or cultivate the orohaj
at the proper time?" many grow r
have been asking since the lat I spr
ing has kept them out of the ordhart
when the spray of lime-sulphur U i
the twig miner should have been i p
plied. While injury by the min i
in recent years has been serious
enough to warren t annual p a
for its control, the fact remains thai
where limited time compels a cholc.
between spraying for it and doiiv;
the plowing when the right time
comes, the latter is by far the mosl
important. The spray may be safely
applied, however, up until the early
"pink" stage by reducing the stren
gth of the spray to 9 to 100.
DR. L. C. RICHEY
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Eyes Scientifically Examined
Lenses Ground and Fitted.
American National Bank Building
R. N. Stanfleld, President
Ralph A. Holto, Cashier
Frank Sloan, 1st Vice-President
M. R. Ling, 2nd Vice-President
Capital Stock and Surplus
Interest, but no Profit From
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
Now is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mirro
Ifo Highway Inn
- 0. H. WARNER, Proprietor
BOARDMAN AUTO LIVERY
"We go anywhere night or day"
WE SELL LAND
or show you a homestead. We saw it first,
us show you.
Its only the last 40 or 50 egg
which the "better than average" h sn
lays that bring the owner a profit
over all the cosis of production.
"The poultryman whose flock av-
rages 140 to 150 eggs per hen re-
Ivea Interest on his investment but
o pay for his labor", says A. G.
unn, head of the poultry husbandry
it the O.A.C exper.nient station
With a well bred flock properly
ared for the production would be
from ISO to 200 eggs a year. This
would net him a profit of 90 cents a
"It is often found in analyzing
farm records that the producer who
is above the average obtains an extra
premium for his products, as he gets
the extra two to four dozen eggs in
the early fall when eggs are high
The average overhead expenses on a
'Ommercial poultry farm, consisting
of interest on investment, taxes and
depreciation, equal 8 the cost of feed,
it was found through farm survey
work. The cost of feeding a fowl
on the average commercial poultry
farm is between $1 80 and $2.00 a
ear, points out 1'rofessor Lunn. On
the farm the cost is probably cut
one half as the hen obtains some
food from by-products. With egga
averaging 30 cents a dozen, it would
require six dozen eggs to pay for the
The average production of Oregon
fowls Is about 100 eggs a year. On
'he commercial poultry farm it aver
ages from 140 to 150 eggs. This
would leave six dozen to pay interest
on Investment in buildings and equip
ment and to furnish a profit to the
Mid-western Folks Lose Lives
r August Bulte
It o O :XT- Ji
in Sea Plane
Bulte A K
... M . I 1
Pf jr two.
A determination to live up to the
letter of his responsibility in caring
for his passengers is the reason seaplane-pilot
Robert Moore lives to
tcP of a thrilling 56-hour struggle
in the gulf stream off the Florida
coast, in which five pleasure seekers
from mid-western states lost their
.dr and Mrs. August Bulte, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Smith of Kan
sas citv. ami Airs. I. s. iucksoii oi
Memphis were those lost after a
heroic effort against waves, storm
They were passengers on the sea
plane "Miss Miami" which made 40
niinute trips between Miami, Kla.,
and Bimini. West India Island.
AVheii within three minutes of their p,., -,,4- MnnVP rulnf
destination on Wednesday, a pro- tP06JT WW , JHWV,
peller blade broke, forcing the sea
The craft landed within a mile ol
a fishing boat, but, caught in the
gulf stream, it was carried north,
signals for help being unheeded. One
of the seaplane's pontoons sprang a
leak, and in the heavy sea the plane
was overturned. The passengers
were thrown into the sea. Moore
succeeded in getting Mr. and Mr;.
Smith and Mrs. Hultc back on top
the wreckage, but Mrs. Dickson . I
Mr. Unite were lost.
Then started the battle agv
wave and a storm which came in
the night. The two women died
from exposure. Smith died on
Thursday. Moore was found Fridn
by a passing fishing boat, Strapped
to the wrecktgfi and unconscious
Keep Out Potato Wilt
I'se no potatoes tor seed that show
brown discolorat ions near the sur
face when cut across the stem end.
Such potatoes often have will, a di -ease
that, seriously reduces the lid
if potatoes in many sections of Oregon.
Huban clover is being widely ad
vertised, but under Oregon condi
tions It is not likely to "produce much
leed as ii matures too late except In
the warmest localities.
Let us print those butter wrappers.
Hard P'edemtlon Beats RlueetaM
Hard federation spring wheat Is
usually five bushels an acre better
than BlUestem and has better mill
ing qualities. it is early and well
adapted to eastern Oregon day land.
BULLETIN H liOAKDMAN
COMMUNITY t III IU II SBRVlOl
Sunday School 10
Church Service 1 1 :
Christian Lieliavor 7:
Prayer Meeting, every Thurs
day at 8
All are welcome.
) p. ui.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
Oil Sprfa for Leaf Roller
Poison sprays are not effective ag
ainst leaf roller because of the habits
of the caterpillar after it begins to
work. Instead, a spray is applied to
the eggs near the lime of hatching.
The leaf rollers are In the egg stage
now and will hatch about blossoming
time. A heavy mlRcible oil spray is
the best for these pests. Light oils
like kerosine emulsion have little ef
fect. The rollers are present in
every part of the state, but are ser
ious only in the Hood River district,
the Orand Ronde valley, and a few
other sections of the Columbia basin.
V geuible Bulletin Out
The value of garden regetabiej
grown In the state exclusively for
sale amounts annually to $1,500,000.
As nescessary crops in the farm bona
garden the value of these products
exceeds $2,750,000 yearly, according
to a bulletin on vegetable gardening
in Oregon by A. O. B Bouquet, pro
fessor of vegetable gardening at the
college. Recommendations jfferd
In this publication are based on In
vestigational data and general ob
servations of crops in the field,
green house and frame.
PIOTICK FOB PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OK THE INTERIOR
U. S. LAND OFFICE ai The Dal
les, Oregon, March 13, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that Ru
dolph Wasmer, uf Boardman, d
gon, who, on April Elh, 1017, ni.de
Homestead Entry, No. (118641, for
SWV4 NEV4 (Ibing Unit "C") I'ma
tilla Project, Seci ion IX, Township
4 North, Range 25 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make three-year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above d -scribed
before C. (5. Blayden, Unit
ed states Commissioner, at bis of
fice, at Boardman, Oregon, on the
28th day of April, 19 2 2.
Claimant names as witnesses '.
J. R. Johnson, A P. Ayers, Frank
Otto, and Ingvard BkOTbO, all ol
J. W. DONNELLY,
Should Order Their
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13JRUS ARC NOW
le who buys
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I OUR PRICES ARE 1' H E A r E K
100 (any size) -J $1.00
200 (any size) 1.75
300 (any size) -
500 (any size)
If you want them imprinted we sell for less
OUR WORKMANSHIP EQUAL TO ANY
The Boardman Mirror : ilu only paper in the
world that is boosting all the tin- and ex
clusively foi' Boardman,
THE FIELD IS TOO SMALL
TO BE DIVIDED.
Spend your money where there is some hope of
Rett in"; it I tc'i and not to build up another place.
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