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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1923)
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PREMIERS MEET IN
France Offers Proposal
Reduction of German
0. H WARNER, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Gooking
The new tariff on small seeds will
mean heller prices on clover, grass
seeds, vetches, etc., and should Stim
ulate to a considerable extent the
sed businss in Oregon. -O. A. C.
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
This Newspaper is equipped to do print
ing of any description from ji label to ;
Inquiry in considerable volume is
reaching the experiment station
about how to grow alfalfa in western
Oregon. Grimm alfalfa has been very
successfully produced on the college
farm and il will be profitable when
the acreage is increased to 50,000 to
100,000 acres in western Oregon.
O. A. C. Kxp. station.
R. N. Stanfleld, President Frank Sloan, 1st
Ralph A. Holte, 'ashler M. R. Mug, 2nd
Bank of Stanfield
Capital Stock and Surplus
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
I .'JO . I I
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
Wheelhouse, Pres. E. J. Clough, Vice Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier
Chas. T. Story, Assistant Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
Cabbage that is unfrozen and
therefore available for marketing
is found cither in a storage ware
house or buried in the field al Ibis
season. Cold air storage is a satis
factory method of keeping cabbage,
although some shrinkage must be
expected. Refrigerated storage is
naturally superior to air Storage,
Crops of cabbage in home farm gar
dens or in commercial gardens may
be stored by plowing out a furrow
in which the cabbage is placed, ui
side down, and I lie head and the
greater part of the stem covered
with soil. Cabbage thus buried on
well drained land " ill keep until the
Seed for Bonny Best tomatoes
the variety of tomato usually grown
for maturing a crop in May in green
house hoi beds- is sown about Jan
uary 1. Five months are required
from seeding to harvesting. Mosi
growers use live inch pots for grow
ing the plants in their final stages
previous to transplanting to the
beds. The market is strong for fancy
hothouse tomatoes through May,
June, and July. March 15 is the beat
time to gei the plants permanent I
in the beds. O. A C. Exp. station
Paris. The prime ministers of
France Great Biitaiu and Belgium, to
gether with the Marquis Delia Turret"
ta, representing the Italian premier,
went into a conference Tuesday which
is regarded as the final effort of the
allies to reach a collective settlement
of the reparations question.
Premier Poincaro ef France offered
at Tuesday's conference a proposal for
a reduction of German reparations 10
50,000,000,000 gold marks.
The French plan offers a two ,ear
moratorium, but it exacts productive
guarantees to Insure the resumption of
payments later by the Germans.
Under the French plan the class C
bonds would be Used to extinguish ihc
The French cabinet, under the chair
manship of President Millerand, has
approved the reparations plan.
The diplomatic barometer seemed
inclined to take an upward spurt as
the statesmen of Great Britain.
France. Italy and Belgium gathered
tor the anxiously awaited "conference
of premiers" which will grapple once
more with the reparations problem.
The atmosphere was much less pessi
mistic than immediately after the
abrupt termination of the London con
versations lasi month.
Although there is a wide divergence
of viewpoints the first signs of a
movement to bring them into harmony
appear to be a result of what Lo
Matin calls "the invisible pressure of
AIO FOR EUROPE
New Haven, Conn. A suggestion
that an independent commission of
men competent in financial affairs
could accomplish more than a general
International conference toward solu
tion of the European reparations tan
gle was put forward by Secretary
'flu- secretary, who spoke before the
American Historical association, add
ed that he hud "no doubt" that ills
tinguisiHi Americans wouNr" Be willing
to serve on such a commission, which,
he said, might well be kept free from
any responsibility to foreign offices
or anj duty to obey political Instruc
tions. Referring to suggestions that the
United States assume the role of ur
biter in the reparations dispute, Mr.
Hughes said a sufficient answer to
that was the fact "that we have nut
been asked." He went on to say he
did not believo this government should
take such a burden of responsibility.
WAR VETERANS GET
MORE THAN 95,000,000
More than $5,000,000 wns dis
tributed among disabled war veter
ans of the Pacific Northwest during
the year 1922. according to uu e.sti-;
mate given out by the Seattle in
trlci office of the Lniteii States Vet-,
Brans' Bureau. This includes voca-i
tioiial training pay and straight1
compensation e.-penditurcs out noti
hospitalization 'xpense c.r adrairus
ration ci,m.'.. A total of 681 S new
ad amended compensation awards
were granted during the year and
255 disabled World War veterans
(fare rehabilitated vocationally, it
,vas announced. ,
There are at present 2 ; :iMn.iurod ,
veterans in Washington, Oregon and I
Idaho taking vocational training al :
the expense of the government, aj
decrease of 115 tinder the number I
enrolled January 1. 1022. A lotal of
approximately 4,200 veterans are
receiving compensation checks every
month. Of this number "4 are perm
anentlj and totally disabled and a
large portion of the balance totally
disabled for a temporary period.
Records show that a toial of 15,154
veterans of this district have filed
formal applications tor either com
pensation or training to date.
With approximately $150,000,000
of war risk Insurance held by ex-
isrvlce people of the district, the
Pacific Northwest leads all other
bureau districts of the entire coun-
iv in percentage of its World War
veterans protected by government in
u ranee. Mora than $1, 500,000 worth
of war insurance was reinstall d or
on , ci ted into permanent tortus mir
ing the last four nonths of 1022
Ninety-live per cent ol the St, I
olerans hospitalised in tips district
are being treated in veterans' hos
pitals or wards. The number of hos
pital cases not being handled bj gov
ernment physicians reduced from
320 10 44 during 1 022. Records of
December show an Increase of ap
proximately B0 hospitalized World
War veterans. The employment sec
tion ol the bureau bus found work
for 244 rehabilitated veterans since
Us formation lasi August. These men
receive an average of 1S0 a month,
a material increase over I heir pre
war occupation pay
F. V. Pr.DIE
I) F X T I S T It Y
II H1STON, utttfi.
Oillce 93. Besideuce
WOODSON & SWEFK
t rORNEYft- IT-1. VW
S. E. NOTSON
MTO B N F Y -AT- I. A W
Office In Court House
iFPI'XFi: . - - OREGON
W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Pes. 7U office 551
Office over Panic Bldg., Kermiston.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. RAY W. LOGAN
l 11 Y s If 1 A x ii s I R G E N
Calls answered at all hours proinptij
UMATILLA - - OREGON
In Irt'lgon on Wednesdays.
In Boardman Tuesdays & Thursdays
JAMES I). ZURC HER
I SitfSl tMf 111
Farmers and Stocko.ro wcrs
Offers Bank Service that suits the
needs of Ranchers and Business men
This letter from Senator Stanfleld
I am nol certain that the free dis
tribution of vegetable and Mower
seeds is a wise expenditure of pub
lic funds, but Congress has author
ised it and a limited supply has bees,
allotted to me for such distribution
it is my desire that everyone in
Oregon that wants some of these
shall have them, and none wast'd
by sending them out promiscuously
to people that do not want I hem SI I
will not use them.
Will you kindly advise all of your
readers that desire some of thBSS
seeds to write :iie and I will gladly
Most sincerely yours.
Robt. N. Stanfleld
United States Senator.
SHERIFF JAILED FOR THEFT
Alleged to Have Sold $30,00 Worth
Des Moines, Iowa. Sheriff Winfred
K. Robb was arrested ill conned inn
with the disappea ranee of ttO.000
worth of liquor from the county jail.
Both Itobb and his brother, fl SOTS'
Robb, a deputy sheriff, were taken
Into custody on warrants charging
them with larceny and illegal disposal
The sheriff was arrested by Coroner
Cltft, the only offleer empowered to
The arrest of the sheriff on the eve
of his retirement from office, follow
ing Which he was planning to preach
a "new evangelism" from the lecture
platform, was the most sensational de
velopment in the Investigation of the
theft of 60 cases of bonded liquor
from the top floor of the county jail.
Bye, Far, Nos-e
Offce: Booms 1, 2,
and :i, Inland
Inland Empire Hani,)
- . OHJUUON
DR. FRANCIS P ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bank Bldg. 'Phones: Oillce 92.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PhyscijU and Surgeon
Calls answered at all hours
In Boardman Wednesday and Satur
Office phone M 151 lies. M 332
Orchard soils studied
Keeping up fertility of orchards
is a big problem in some Oregon dts
trcts, and gets a lot of attention at
the vocational course in orchard
: management now running at O. A. C.
I The kind of soil best suited to dlf
i ferent fruits is also gone into Locsv
I tion of the orchard wilh reference
! to markets and frost control, and
, thinning, spraying, grading' And
I packing the crop get attention Bud
! ding, grafting, and pruning are prac
ticed In laboratory or field, depend
ing on weather.
Portland Bank Officials Indicted.
Portland. Or On charges of teeeiv
lug deposits in the Slate bank of Port
land when it is alleged 'hey knew the
bank was insolvent, l.eroy D Walker,
former president; Conrad P Olson,
president, and Anthony Eokern, vice
president of the Institution, were ir
rested on SCCTSt indictments returned
by the Multnomah county grand Jury.
E. T. Oruwell, also a vice president of
the State bank, is under indictment,
and bonds are to be arranged for his
appearance here to obviate returning
him from California under police e
cort In s separate indictment. Kck
ern and Walker are charged with mis
application of hank funds.
All are welcome.
e. Benson, Pastor
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, II, s.
Band OfflCS al The Dalles, Ore.,
Nov. 21, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that Will
iam Louis Suddarth, of (rrigon, Ore
gon, who, on Mar. 9, I91X, made
Homestead Entry, No. 019703, for
W'-.NWU, being Unit "B" Uma
iilla Project, Section 26, Township
." north. Range 20 East, Willamette
meridian, has tiled notice of inten
tion to make three year Proof, to
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before C. fi. Blayden, I'niled
Slates Commissioner, at Boardman,
Ore., on the loth dav of January,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles Powell, W. M. Castle,
John tioebid, Hugh Crini, all of Irrl-
J. M. DONNELLY, Itegister.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior 13. S.
Band Office al The Dalles, Ore.,
Nov. 21, 1922,
Solice Is hereby given that Glen
F. Carpenter, of Boardman, Ore.,
who. on Nov. 19, 1920, made II. E.
022078 and on Dec. 15, 1921, made
addl H, E. No. 022079, for W Vi
NW . SW 4 , SW V HE U , Seel Ion
14, Township 4 north, Range 24 East
Willamette meridian, has tiled no
tice of Intent ion to make three year
proof, to establish claim lo the land
above described, before 0. C. Blay
den, I'. S. Commissioner, al Board
man, Ore. on the kth day of Janu
Claimant nam as witnesses:
j. c. Gorbam, Ople Las Waggoner,
T. e. Broyles, w. H. Mtftord, all of
J. W. DONNELLY, Itegister.
A. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY. AT LAW
The Only Restaurant in
Pendleton Employing a
full crew of white help.
T H E F R E N C H
R E S T A U RANT
HOHBAOH IlROH., PROPS.
Elegant Fnmbd'ed Rooms
Secretary Fall Resigns From Cabinet.
Washington, D C Secretary Kail
of the interior department will resign
his office on March 4, it was annouuc
ed at the White House
Cavalry Sent to Louisiana Town.
Jennings, Im The Jennings caval
ry of the Louisiana national guard
was ordered to sntrain for Moretiuus
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at The Dalles, Ore,,
Nov 21, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that Ople
Lee Waggoner, of Boardman. Ore.,j
who, on Nov 19, 1920, made H. E.
022076 and on Dec 15. 1921. made
addl It E. No. 022077, for NE4,
BHNWH, NfeSSH Bastion 14.
Township 4 north, Itange 24 East
Willamette meridian, has filed no
tice of Intention to make three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before C O. Blay
den, United States Commissioner, at;
Boardman. Ore., on I hi' Hlh day of
Claimant names as wilnenses:
J. C. Gorbam. Ilobert Wilson, Joe
Cttrraa, Glen E. Carpenter, all of
j. w DONNELLY, Register.
1 Umatilla Pharmacy
w. E. (smith, Prop.
Hall orders given special atten
tion. Qltick Service
Umatilla, Oregon i
Holmes and Edwards
Not Solid but Next Beat
GtOferS Bros. 1K47
In the new
Annivci mii) Pattsn
I W M . H . 0 ( '. I) E N
Gifts Hint Lust.
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