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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1922)
I (h fi- Warner j
Will go Anywhere Anytime
indicating that the Plerce-for-Oov-
ernor eampaincn will he carried dir
ect to the people before the rapidly
oncoming election day, an advertise
ment is appearing simultamous this
week in the newspapers of the state
making a pie for dollar subscrip
tions, on the basis that, this cand:-
VOTB ON WORLD FAIR '
PURELY TECHNICAL QUESTION
f DR. C. SEVERINSEN
Office in Bank Building
Drs. McKenzie & Lieuallen
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offce: Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Inland
Empire Bank Building
(Over new Inland Empire Ban'K)
I'KNULHiTUM - - OIUSOON
BUMiETIN OF BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY CHURCH SEHVICJ
Sunday School 10:30 a. ta.
Church Service 11:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m
All are welcome.
E. Benson, Pastor
Technical legal reaso.is r.inl.c it
neee-sary for the peopie of 'he sia'e
le vote on the question of the l25
exposition, according io IT1 ep.is u
tiOiviesuHd by the exyMtLlou iimiit-
date Is one of the people and dopen- tee. While the measj-- a r'vr ..i
clont upon the Met of the people to!1;? a tax of $3,00't O iO will 1. i n
"'net him. The issue seems to dwe" ! '1 Itfilot In Portia.; i; ' he i U
paricularly upon reduced tav and
no hint is given or claim made of
party or partisan affiliations, but a
clear cut delineation of government
for the people and by the people.
In the matter of campaign expenses
It is pointed out that Mr. Pierce him
self Is hardly able to bear the brum
of placing bis cause before the voters
of Oregon, and, unsupported b)
wealthy and influential corporations,
it has been necessary to depend upon
the small contributions of those who
may have both a dollar and a vote.
A clean campaign is pledged throughout.
When a tnan is so cheap he won't
buy a pair of glasses he makes a spec
tacle of himself.
The fellow who watches the clock
can hardly expect to be anything but
one of the hands.
The skirts won't be much longer as
long as they have two good reasons
for wearing 'em short.
A bald man would make a poor
king, for then there would be no heir
Arlington Cesh Market
Pat Mooney, Prop.
Fresh and Cured Meat
R. N. Stanfteld, President
Ralph A. Holte, Cashier
Frank Sloan, 1st Vice-Preaident
M. H. Ding, 2nd Vice-President
Bank of Stanfield
Capital Stock and Surplus
RMUt Lt -: -
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - OREGON
Th? Highway Inn
O. H WARNER, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Cooking
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
o.' tlw ballot in the rev. if h" v'ate
will be on to authorize Portland to
overcome the state tax limitation law
w hich otherwise would prohibit Port
land from levying the tax . No tax
is provided outside of Portland.
"Before Portland can levy a tax
within Portland, it is necessary to
have the approval of t be rotors Ot the
entire State, " says the committee t -port.
"This is due to the 6 per cent
tax limitation law which reads in pari
as follows: "Unless specifically au
thorized by a majority of the legal
voter:; .voting upon the question, nei
ther the state nor any municipality,
district or body to which the power
to levy a ta shall have been delega
ted, shall In any year so exercise that
power to raise a greater amount of
revenue for purposes other than the
payment of bonded indebtedness or
interest thereon than the total sum
levied by it in the year immediately
prcceedlng for purposes other than
the payment of bonded indebtedness
oi interest thereon, plus six per
centum thereof ".
The six per cent limit applies in the
proposal by Portland to finance the
exposition in order for the city to ex
ceed that limit, which the $:!,00,000
tax would do, the constitution must
be amended and this cannot be done
excepting at a state wide election and
with the approval of
the voters a
Dumb Dan: He's so stupid he
thinks: A single tree is one that has
never been married; That anesthetic
is the name of a girl; That a Dodge
Brothers bill board means a danger
ous curve ahead: That celluliod il
Harold Lloyd's brother; That Eskimo
pie is baked in Iceland; That a dumb
bell is made t oring; And Sing Sing
is a voice culture studio.
He tried to cross the track
fiefore the rushing train.
They put all pieces in a sack
Hut could not find the brain.
S. P. Hulletin
Conductor Pardon me madam but
your girl seemsi more than twelve.
Her mother -Conductor! Would
you take me for the mother of a girl
of that age?
Conductor Lady, don't tell me
you're her grandmother. Sydney
(ietting Him (ioing
Father tfrom upstairs) - H-bn, it is
time for the young man to go bovt
Young Man our fat nor is a ian
Father t overh tur n,;) Wl, when
you don't have i relf-xur -r a cjmk
comes in mix i'v handy.
NOVICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department f the Interior
U. S. Land Olllce at The Dalles.
Oregon, September IX, 1022
Notice is hereby given that Mich
tel Fllckinger, of lioardman, Ore
gon, who on January II, i9ix, made
homestead entry No. 019470, for
SUM NBtt (being Unit "D" Umatilla
Project), Section 10, Township 4,N.,
Pang 25, E., Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
final proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before C. O.
i?iayde,i. United States Commissioner
ai Boardman, Oregon, on thj lb;h
day of i ( tober, 1922
Claimant names as witnesses:
Joseph T Healy, W. O. King, am
H lioardman, and J C Hallenger, all
of .lioardman, Oregon
J. W. Donnelly,
:! :i-3 7 Register
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
Now is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mirror
U. S. LAND OFFICE at The Dallea,
Oregon. September 1, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that Melvin
B. Situs, of i'oardman, Oregon, who
on September 24, 1919, made Home
stead h'ntry No. 020992, for NWVi
SF'i Unit I), Umatilla Project) Sec
tion X, Township 4 North, Range 22
Baat, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of Intention to make three
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before C. G.
Blayden, United States Comiiiinsioner
at Boardman, Oregon, on the 27th
day or October. 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Nlek Faler, Paul M. Smith, O. H.
Warn it, and Sam H Hour d man all
of Itoaidman, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly,
Ho-:J4 . Register
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Events f thb Wro
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation of Our Reader.
Teachers from all sections of Marion
county gathered at Salem Friday in
The Oregon eaves In Josephine
county were visited during the last
sea-i ji by more than 10.000 tourists.
A movement is being launched at
Ashland to beautify, the Pacific high,
way by planting roses along the.
Due to recent legislation by con
gress the state of Oregon will receive
for the years 1923-24-25 federal road
aid to the amount of 12,995,89!.
The run of cliinook salmon in the
TJmpqua river, which is now prac
tically at an end, wiis very light this
season and very few silversides have
Led by the city planning commis
(ion, all forces in Pendleton are work
ing toward a union depot for the
Union and Northern Pacific ruilroai'
in that city.
An annual prize of $25 in gold has
been offered to the student at Oregon
Agricultural college excelling in
forensic work for the year, by Jacob
Rcichurt of CoTvallls.
Report! received at Salem from
rural districts indicate that the re
cent rains have not injured the prunes,
and that picking has been continued
Discontinuance of the dual election
board system, whereby ballets arc
counted while polls still are open, was
recommended by the Multnomah coun
ty grand jury in a report.
Ruby Dollar, an 18-year-old high
school girl, was shot and almost in
stantly killed at Ashland by Larl Barn
ard, one year her junior, while play
ing with a loaded revolver.
An incipient cyclone in the vicinity
of Irving, north of Eugene, tore down
Farm fences, blew limbs off trees and
overturned the station building at
Ross, on the Oregon Mectric line.
Girl students at the Klamuth
county high school must hereafter
wear the uniform dress adopted by
the student body last year or present
a satisfactory excuse for non-compliance.
111? grand jury at Klamath Falls
indicted .1. W. Siemens and John Sie
mens Jr.. his son, for alleged fraud In
connection with failure of the First
State and Savings bank, which closed
William von der Hellen, of Medford
and Eagle Point, was awarded the con
tract for construction of the Eagle
I'oint irrigation district canal between
Big Butte creek and Eagle Point on
a bid of $140,000.
Vaughan & Bester, who own and
operate a sawmill at Acme, on the
lower Slualaw river, soon will build
a logging railway several miles long
up Hadsell creek, to bring fir logs
down to their plant.
Evergreen blackberries, which grow
wild in great profusion in most parts
of Clatsop county, are now in their
prime and hundreds of persons a;
gaged in packing them both lor sale
and for domestic use.
The largest tax remittance to be re
ceived at the office of the I n county
tax collector covering I. lue on
the second half of the year was turn
ed over by the Weyerhauser Timber
company. The amount was $11,215.32.
Hy a vote of 35 to 27, with 21 of
the delegates absent, the Oregon state
federation of labor. In session at
Salem, adopted a resolution urging
amendment of the Volstead act so as
to permit of the manufacture and sale
of light wines and beer.
Marguerite Stark, 13-year-old Port
land girl, was proclaimed winner of
the silver loving cup offered by the
Oregon Farmer for the hoy or girl
scoring the highest number of points
on any project at the state ralr at
Salem. Miss Stark scored 100 points
The secretary of state has tinned
over to the stale treasurer (07,9!l.O2,
representing the net receipt! of auto
mobile regit-trations for the six
months ending September IS, The
money will be used in paying a part of
$784,000 In interest due on highway
bonds October 1
The Oregon pear crop consider., 1,1 1
exceeded the earlier estimates, reports
F. L. Kent of the department of agrl
culture The heavy spring drop did
not prove to be an serious as intlcipat
ed. Indications ate that the total
1922 pear shipments will amount to
about 1650 carloads
Seining for salmo:: Is the lubjei I 01
dlacuaeion on the lower OoqntUle rive,
where it Is held the practice i not
approved by the sporting element
believe the river eventually will be
come a poor fishing district If
la allowed. Kisheimen ami cannery
men who profit by oiaing salmon hold
M opposite view and the question is
likely to be aettlftd by the state leg
Utatureat mil wlji yr s session.
F. W. RICHARDSON
'ROFESSION AL CARDS
S. E. NOTSON
A T TO it N K V - I - L A W
Oflice iu Court House
IKPI'XEK - - . OREGON
Friend W. Richardson, who defeatec
Gov. W. D. Stephens for the repub
Mean nomination for governor in th(
GET FOREST MONEY
Portland, Or. Oregon and Washing
ton have just received $179,418.85 frotr
the federal government for roads anr
schools Oreion, second on the list
draws $110,015.21, while Washingtoi
receives $09, 303. 54. The above amount!
go to the counties of the two states It:
Which there are national forest areas
The governors of 28 states have just
been notified that 25 per cent of tin
8,4S 1 ,6 ' I received from timber sales
grazing permits and other sources ol
national forest revenue for the past
fiscal year will be distributed by th
forest service, United States depart
inent of agriculture. These moneys art
returned to states in which national
forests are located for expenditure up
on schools and roads.
An additional 10 per cent of the to
t:il receipts is transferred to the forest
service for the construction of roads
and trails within the forests, and this
sum for the present year amounts tc
JAMES D. ZURCHETt
Will oe ai the K
nesday of ea-, h
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phone Res. 711 Ollice 551
iflice over Bank Pldg., Hcrmiston.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. F. V. PRIME
D E S T I S T R V
Dental -iav ami Diagnosis
Phones: Oflice 93. Residence 751.
WOODSON & SWEEK
Dr. W. T. Tiller,
PHONE 4 1
Plays the latest dunce lits
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
An order opening to settlement on
October 27, 10,000 acres of title lands
under the Klamath irrigation project
in Klamath county, Oregon, was form
ally signed by Secretary of the In
The island of Naushon in Huzzards
bay, owned by W ameron Forbes ol
Huston, has been selected by tieneral
John J. Pershing us the place where
he will write his memoirs of the
A total of at least 50 million bushelt
of wheat to be marketed operative
ly In the United States this year is
estimated by Oeorge C. Jcwctti gen
eral manager of the Nortbw i st Wheal
Growers Assoc listed,
With New York's two clubs wearing
the diamond crowns for the second
year in succession--the flrat time In
baseball history that one city has held
such a monopoly on pennants the
Giants and Yankees reiuwud their
world's series rivalry In the opening
Secretary of State Hughes has an
Bounced the appointment of John Ba
sett Moore as the American member
of the international commission ol
jurlslH which meets at The Hague
December 10 to consider changes in
international law as applied to new
agencies of warfare,
DR. FR ( IS i
PHYSICIAN AND snti I
Hank Bldg. 'Phones:
Oflice Hours 9-12. ;i Q
Calls Answered Day or Nij
DR. RAY W. LOGAiN
PHYSICIAN & SURG BO N
Calls answered at all hours promptly
UMATll.l.A - . OREGON
In Irrigon on Wednesdays.
In Boardman Tuesdays & Thursdays
Dr. A. H. Johnston
Pliyscian ami Surgeon
Calls answered at all hours
In Boardman Wednesday and P
Office phone M 161 Res. M 332
I The Only Restaurant in
p Pendleton Employing
full crew of white
THE F R E f
HOHHAOH BROS., PROPS,
KloKitnt. h'iirnlslied Hooiiim
Woman Appointed to U. S. Senate.
Atlanta, Oa. Mrs. W. II Felton, 87
years old, oi' Ourtersvlllti, Ou., became
the first woman member of the United
States senate when she was appointed
by Governor Thomas W. Hardwlck tc
fill the race caused by the deatb
Of Senator .nomas K. Watson until
the people elect a ccessor in Novem
Rear-Admiral Clark Dies.
Long Beach, Cal. I . Admiral
I'harles B. Clark, who, tien a cap
tain, commanded the battle p Ore
gun on its famous voyage Iron "m
Francisco to Key West anil Ifl r In
the battle of Santiago, July 3, 1X9'
In the Spanish-American war, died .i
the home of his daughter here late
Sunday. He was 79 yeara old.
1 ALFALFA FARMS
Onlnmproved Land with WhU
City In lioardniat
Town Lots in New Town Ml
Farms and Flty Properly
In all pints of Oregon,
Wiishingloii and Idaho
i E. P. Dodd, HermW
ii I Sell
Idaho Indian Lands Taxable.
finise. Idaho. Frank H Dietrlck.
federal judge, holds In opinion
made of record here that Indian MM4l
in Idaho are subject to tu' on. The
case originated In Kootenai and Dene
wall counties, and revolved . ut the
Coeur d'Alene Indian lands.
f J. C. Ballenger
Democrats Nominate A I 8mith.
Syracuse. N Y. The democratic
tat convention nominated AI Hmith
for governor and I)r, Itoyal ri Cope
Und fur Failed States senator.
am (vo'ially iik-IiiJ
at this time ol Die year.
Come and let me fi you up
from IHI.50 up,
GBJffg IIIAT I, AST
WM a . (x; DEN I
tarts that I,ant.
Heriiiinton - - Orogon