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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1922)
I 0. B. iUarner i
Will go Anywhere Anytime
DR. C. S EVERINSEN f if
Office in Bank Building
Drs. McKenzie & Lieualler
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat j -j.
Ol'fce: Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Inland
Empire Bank Building
(Over new Inland Empire BamO
1'ENDLETON - - OREGON
APPLES AT COST
On and after October 13,1 will dis
pose of my entire apple crop, consist
ing of 1000'bo.esi of Rome Beauties,'
Wincsaps and Grimes Golden. These
apples are absolutely free from
worms. Sale takos place at my
ranch 2 miles north of Herrulston,
October 3.",. ami will continue UBtfl I
crop is Mid, Purchaser are advlbed
to bring boxes as an extra charge
will be made for containers'
f Holmes and Edwards
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Not Solid but Next Best X
Rogers Bros. 1847 X
In tlve new
BULLETIN OF BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY CHUUCM SERVICE
Sunday School 10:30 a. n.
Church Service 11:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m
All are welcome.
E. Benson, Pastor
WM. H . OGDENf
Gifts that Last.
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I Umatilla PVi a rmorv f
I W. E. Smith, Prop.
4 Mail orders given special atten
Umatilla, Oregon i
Arlington Cash Market
Pat Mooney, Prop.
Fresh and Cured Meat
R. N. Stanfield, President
Ralph A. Holte, Casliier
Frank Sloan, 1st Vice-President j
M. R. Ling, 2nd Vice-President
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Capital Stock and Surplus
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates I
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
The Highway Inn
O. H WARNER, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Cooking
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
OREGON BONOS TOTAL
IS EIS!!T MIUJQN
Salem, Or. A total of $8,042,352.40
In soldier bonus and loan money ha
been distribute r) about tbe sfate up t
and Including September 30, accord
ing to a tabulation made by the sec
retary of state. Of this amount $3.
849,253.79 is in loans and $4,193,098.(11
Is bonus payments. Tbe number of
loans is 1545 and the number of bonus
Of the total amount paid to date,
there has been one loan for every
twelve bonus payments. Of the total
numbers of bonuses and loans issued,
two remain undelivered because of
legal proceedings, thirteen because of
claimants having died before receipt
of payment and eighteen by reas.m
of being unclaimed at the addresses
given by claimants.
In addition to the total above given,
refunds of educational aid in the Bum
of $135,093.91 have been made, bring
ing the total disbursed from the fu:;d
up to $8,178,250.31.
The Retort Crushing
Traffic Cop: Say, you! Didn't ou
see me wave at you?
Mirandy: "Yes, you fresh thing,
and if Henry were here, he'd pa: te
you one for it." Exchange .
Mildred I overheard that dear
young man telling you I danced like
a zephyr. :
Ruth - Zephyr? He said Heifer.
We Shouldn't Wonder
When in Pendleton over night, slop
at Ho el Di : 'VB. J'.'!
In the departed days a somewhat
befuddled guest appeared unsteadily
before ihe desk of a smart southern
hotel and demanded in thick but firm
tones that his room be Changed.
"I'm sorry," said the clerk, but all
t In rooms are taken".
"Mush have 'nother room," insist
ed the guest.
"What's' the matter with the room
"Well, If you mush know, 'ish on
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To Be Voted On November 7th, If1 3
For Representative in Congress, 2nd Dist.
N. J. StNNOTT
For ( ove-rnor
BEN W. OLCOTT
For State Treasurer
O. P. HOFF
For Justice of the Supreme Court
CEORCE H. BURNETT
JOHN L. RAND
Supt. Public Instruction
J. A. CHURCHILL
Commissioner of Bureau of Labor, Statis
tics and Inspector of Factories, and
C. H. fJRAM
Public Service Commissioner
THOMAS K. CAMPBELL
Senator 20th Senatorial District
COLON R. EBERHARI)
Senator, 19th Senatorial District
ROY W. RITNER
Representative 22nd District
ALFRED J. SMITH
Representative 23rd District
L. L. MANN
S. A. MILLER
I ma i ilia Count v Commissioner,
J. O. HALES
Umatilla County Treasurer
H. H. DeHART
New is the time to Subscribe for the Boardman Mirror
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERA INTEREST
Principal Events ol tht Wte
Briefly Sketched for 'nfrv
iiiation of Our Reader.
Multnomah county's road budget ap
proximates 575,000 for the coming
According to the registration books
there are 13. SIS registered voters In
Budget estimates of the Port of
Portland commission for 1923 aggre
The registered Jersey sale of the
herd of 24 head of William MacBrlde,
west of Shedd, brought $5160.
The new high school building at
Gates is being completed and will be
ready for occupancy in about 80 days.
The fourth annual Clackamas coun
ty Oddfellows district convention will
be held on Saturday, October 21, at
Miss Elizabeth Merrill has been
elected librarian of the Albany public
library to succeed Mrs. Viola P. frank
A midnight fire swept the creamery,
bottling and ice plant of Rumey
Brothers on their large dairy ranch
Oregon traffic violators were fined
a total of $2:3 ti3.7B during September
as a result of arrests made by stale
The Oregon potato crop this year is
officially estimated at 4,880,000 bush
els, or 860,000 bushels more than was
produced last year.
All the young Chinook salmon from
the Klnskanine river hatchery have
been released, about 160,000 of them
being planted in Hig creek.
For the first time in the history of
Marion county the registration this
fall passed the 20,000 mark, the books
showing a total of 20,500 voters.
A marked increase in receipts and
a heavy decrease in expenses were
shown in the quarterly report of the
state industrial accident commission.
Fruits and farm crops of Umatilla
county will have a total valuation this
year of approximately 17,600,000, ac
cording to Fred Betmlon, county agent.
Pendleton was selected as the next
meeting place of the grand coiuinand
ery, Knights Templar of Oregon, which
met in annual conclave at Uoscbuig.
Eleven and one-half barrels, or the
equivalent of 46 sacks, of cement were
stolen from the state highway camp
six miles west of l,a Grande recently.
The IlOth annual convention of the
Oregon Women's Christian Temper
ance Union met at McMinnville with
more than 100 delegates in attend
ance. The prune crop In the Gaston (lis.
trlct whs unusually lurge and all the
prune dryers have been running night
and day at lull capacity to take (are
of the crop.
The assessed va. nation of properly
in Lane county this year, exclusive of
that of the publil M-rvico corpora
tions, is nearly $1,000,000 greater than
that of last year.
Shipments of lumber from the Mill
City plant of the Mat , id Number
company for the month of September
totaled 4,500,000 feet, breaking all rec
ords lor the past IK months.
Tbe Oregon dumber company, the
logging camps of which recently were
closed down at the headwaters of the
west fork of Hood river, because of
labor trouble, has lesumed work.
Umatilla county has about 160,084
as a part of Its school sinking fund
which it InvestB In real estate mort
gages at a better rHte of Interest than
the districts are paying on the bonds.
The Salem Commercial club has
passed into history. Hy an almost
unanimous vote of the members It wan
decided to change the name of the
organization to the Salem Chamber of
Maiked Improvement In the condi
tion of the 280 state and national
banks operating In Oregon Is reflect
ed in a r-port Issued by Frank C.
Ilramw . state superintendent of
banks, Utt submission to Governor Ol
Phillip Wamtl, Indian, 31 years
old, wah acquilt' . ,y a jury at Ilallas
which beard the evlde'e In his trial
for the murder of (1 ... : C. Todd, fed
eral prohibition offic r, at .'-w Grande
Konde on the mornln of Septem
F. K Minshaw of the Un d Slates
geological survey ami J. F. o" " .Ige
and P. V. Crawford of the Cal.iornla
Oregon Power company are on a trip
up the North Cmpqiia river to obtain
Informal Ion on the DOW Of p. legibilities
of that stream. .
Never In the uioiih of the oldest
Inhabitant has there ueeu audi rain
In Qllltarn county at. this time. All
farmers have been ena'. 1 to get busy
seeding fall wheat and a good stand
is assured for barvc , In 1923.
Green grass has started on the sheep
rABgOf, which were devoid of vege
latlon. A wet fall In eastern Oregon
means a prosperous year for both
farmers aud stockmen.
1 m Mi. , - ... H M I H
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
IIEPPNKB - - - OREGON
JAMES D. ZURCHER
STANFIELD - . OREGON
Will oe at the Highway Inn Wed
nesday of each week.
OR. W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phone Res. 711 Office 551
Office over Bank Illdg., Hermiston.
Calls answered at all hours.
OR. F. V. PRIME
D K N T 1STRY
Dental X-ray and Diagnosis
Phones: Office 93. Residence 751.
WOODSON & SVVEEK
DR. FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND SI'KGEON
Bank Bldg. 'Phones: Office 92.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
DR RAY W. LOGA
PHYSIC IAN BURGEON
Calls answered at all hours promptly
UMATILLA - - OREGON
In irrigon on Wednesdays.
In lioardman Tuesdays & Thursdays
Dr. A. H. Johnston
I'byscian and Surgeon
Calls answered at all hours
In Board man Wednesday and Satur
Office phone M 151 Res. M 332
The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a
full crew of white help.
HOHHA'CH BROS., PROPS.
Elegant. Ptirolsbed Itooins
CninmpTOVed Eand With Water
City I .ni s In lloiiriliiuiii
Town IxtN in New Town of
Pwmm MM City Property
In all purls of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho
E. P. Dodd, Hermiston
I Insurance I
I J. C. Ballenger i
I Boardman - Oregon
t DR. W. J. MILLER
Specialist in Mioses of the !:
Ear, Nose ami Throe! .
of Portland, Orsgou
Will III' ill
Wednesday, Octoer 25 t
He Is fully equipped to test
eyes and fit glassed satisfact
orily, as well as treat disease
of th- eye, nose and throat, both
medical and surgical.