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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1922)
The Btardman Mim-or
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
MARK A. OI.EVKIAM), Publisher
Approximately 1,000,000 pounds j Section I, Township 4, North, Rane
I Of drit;d prunes will be packed In' 25, East W'illametie -Meridian, hi
lone, two and live-pound cartons this ; filed no:ice of intention to make
I year by the Oregon Growers Coopru-j three-year proof, to establish claim
; five assohition. Keen demand la be-! to the land above described, before
ing made for this type of packa?" : C. G. Bluyden, United States Com
instead of for the larevr boxes and mis-ioner. at Boardman., Oregon, on
n.W PEP YEAR TV ADVAVCE
Enirtjft ?. w,finrt-rU: mai'f r Fob
it, 1921, at ibr po,i office at Board
uiau. Ore., under aci ot .Mar 1&'J.
Printing is the inseparable com
panion of achievement. H. T. Port
An entire sub-division of the city
of Tokio, Japan, has been converted
to resemble an American city through
the erection of redi-cut houses
shipped from the Portland plant of
the Alkddin Company, said a recent
report received from the Orient bf
the Aswociaied Industries of Oregon.
Since the Portland branch factory
has been established the redi-cut I
house business has increased in the
Far East. This ear 100 of these
houses have been sold and erected
in Portland and orders have b .n
received from every city in the 1 1
western states supplied from Portland.
bull C'reson ?rowori are ant
i Mr. jp impptuF to (hp prim
in through use of this pftck&t
ilar to Ihe impetus given the
Industry through use of the fiv
1 8 th Ml
BULLETIN Of BOAItDMA X
COMMUNITY till K II SERVIOF
Claimant names ar. witnesses: Nick
Paler, Paul M. Smith, o. h. Warner,
and Sam H. Boardman. all of Board
J. W. DONNELLY.
Sunday School 10:30 a. w.
Church Service 11: SO a. m.
Christian L-ideavor 7:30 p m.
All are welcome
E. iiorson. Pastor
Notice is hereby given that on the
5th day of December, 1922, at the
polling place In the City of Board
man. County of Morrow, State of
On ton, an election will be held for
elei ting the following named of
ficers: a Mayor, Six Aldermen, a
Recorder', a Marshal, and a Treasur
er, which .-lection will he held at 8
o'clock, in the morning and continu
until 7 o'clock in the afternoon of
NOTICE FOB PUBLIC iTl
Department of the lii,'rior
0, S. Land Office at The Dalles
Oregon, October 30, 1022.
Notice is hereby given that Melvin ' said day.
B. Sign;-, of Boardman, Oregon, who Dated this 11th day of November
on September 24. 1919. made home-j 1922.
stead entry, No. 020992, for NWI MARGvRET M. KLITZ,
SE4, iT'nit "B" t.'matllla Projocr ) , ' Record' r
II I "Tip Tnr i rnr
IJv. To Srtprl
J Up Safety.
EVER since the advent of the sie.mi engine we
have been seeding up, and wlr.lc that speed
has come with inestimable benefit, it has not come
without its measure of attendant harm When the
legislature of New York was first asked to grant a
'franchise for eighteen miles of steam raiiroad, the
right to build this first railroad was not granted
. withe a bitter opposition which contended that it
' woul'j be unsafe because the engine would scare so
Han? horses that an unwarranted toll of death would
lli tiilroad came and fnose opposed it wrre
right it their death toll predictions The engines
did si -re the horses. Thete weie runaways, and
whjt is worse, there were wreckl en the rails and
an fvft.m, trasing list of accident have been recorded
as the iron ribbed mileage multiplied.
I Put for al! this we would not erase the railroads
from our maps, we would not go back to the days
when even a king would cry "My kingdom for a
The thrashing machine lias COS1 malty a thr-'.sber
an am But w would r.ot go back to the liays whtn
wt flay. 1 .'.am on the ficor.
Mill machinery am! fonndry fu:nace, t?ke theit
human i t '.'it i .a . ,ot do without them.
We fly aky-hifti aui ail loo often we read of a
fallen fiver. 1: i? tile firice we pay to leain how
with safety to nse the awiftei way
The auto brings its price in limb and life. VVe pay
it and speed a .vay
We have been impatiently seeking speed W th
the same impatience we uni t seek safety. The .
of speed has reached such alarming proportions thai
the "Safety I-'irst" slogan was born.
( )bserve, we did not cry "Cut jl "'it." nor did we
even plead to "t low down." We do not want to
slacken, much less to stop. On ibe contrary, we
want to s;-;ee! up. That is progress. But wt must
speed up safety.
The National Safety Council reports thai the com
piled figure.-, of preventable accidents r. thaw
a death toll of as many people as live in th State
of Nevada, 'n other words, in one year w- wiped
out by accident one whole State. That means that
it is time to STOP something, It is not speed we
should stop. We must stop recklessness.
The man-eating thrashing machine has gone out
of fashion. But the fool at the auto wheel is busy,
fatalities from reckless auto driving average thirty
deaths a day. We have speed laws, but they are
dcrantly disobeyed and the violators when arrested
are too often dismissed with a modified reprimand or
a petty fine.
0 endangtr the life of another is not a light or
We mils adjust ourselves to the auto as the horse
Ac make the train run on schedule,
01 curves. ;.low down at the sign of
ue to a fan .-top at the S TOP signal,
ake every auto driver do.
i Bete it but one way to do it, and that is for every
community to impose drastic penalty for every of
tender and for every community to promptly get rid
of any officer that fails to arrest the offenders and
every judge and magistrate that will not impose the
lull penalty of the crime
If it is a crime to take life, it is a crime to rr:! iieer
Me. Speed up safety. It is the duty of evrry town
and county government to get indignantly busy on
this all important lob We cannot spare our people
in whole state-fuil lots.
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fa UNCLE JOHM
It seems to me, Ttunkt-grvin' Day is good fer people
every way, I wouldn't want to doubt it. . . . I'm certain
that our blessed Lord foririves our sins an' keeps His word
couldn't live without it! I've noticed that the thank
ful man, who doet the verv Ix'st he can to
show the Lord he's grateful is happier a
1 ru .i ...
, . inuusiiiiu-iiiiu, 1 1 1 .in niie wntse gratiliioc is
giving COW, an' thrives by bcin' hateful. I'd rather
bless a crust of bread with benedictions
sweetly said, than gloat o'er ingrate's splendor. . . . I'd thank
the 1 1 and that allcrs feeds, an' suits the blessin' to our needs
an' keeps our conscience tender. . . .
If I must dine on rabbit roast, be lease? I can't dig up the
cost of fob bier, stuffed with dressin' I'll down my hare-bop
with a smile in firm belief that, after while, we'll reap a
richer blessin'. ... I ain't ashamed to kiss the rod that
chastens by the hand of God,
yet spares my daily livin' . . jTA . -
and mebbe that is why I'm 4r jZ2Zjt2
here, to celebrate an, .the, year f .
in praigsit and rhankagivin'I w
nPHFY tell about lak poin' into
the barn to light his lantern so
he could go courtin'. The fanner
next door kidded him: "I never used
a lantern when I went courtirT." aid
the farmer, and lake said: "No. of
course not; an' look what you got."
There's lots of Jakes out these days
with their lanterns, when they ought
to be out with their X-rays. What's
the use of looking at when you can
look in. Lantern marriages mean
pretty faces and heals with no
ado.nmcnt but the h.'.ir The only
advantage of courtin' with a i.mtern
is that you can blow it out, an'
then ah, happiness doesn't come
from object to eye. but faith an'
lasting love come from soul to soul,
in' vi.u don't need any lantern to
sweet m mP"
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Climate is Good,
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To v n i s M c w a n : ? 0 rowing
Location Well Chosen
Half wav between The
Dalles and Pendleton
On O-W Railroad
On Columbia River
Soli WflJ Rdis. V ly thin
Water for Irrigation from
Wet Extension of
McKay Creek Dam
Will be built, assuring
more acreage under
Boardman is a New
Town But Not a
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