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The Boardman Mirror
MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE-
Entered as second-class mailer Feb.
11, 1921, at the postofflce at Hoard
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
Important Occurrences of
Past Week Rriefly Com
piled for Our Readers.
Colombia River highway tourists aru
a muiilh earlier than last year.
Ashland high school will graduate
4ti seniors this year, 26 girls and 20
Central Oregon's field day track
meet at Redmond was won by Red
mond with 48 points.
The Salem Klwanis club leads thu
world for attendance records covering
u period of ten weeks.
A drive is on at Itoseburg for the
purpose of raising JiiutiO for a proposed
public library building.
The stale laud department turned
over to the state treasurer $94,703.82
during the month of April.
Fire losses in Oregon, exclusive of
Portland, for April, aggregated $423,
315, according to the state fire mar
shal. Thirty-two physicians attended the
32d annual meeting of the Southern
Oregon Medical association at Ash
A division of destroyers will arrive
at Astoria early in June to re
main during the greater part of the
Peeling of cascara bark has begun
in western Oregon and dealers look
for a good output. Buyers are offer
ing 7 cants.
The Albany Chautauqua probably
will be held the week preceding the
Fourfh of duly, according to present
A novelty wood working plant rvt
tbe cost uf $5000 will be built at Reeds
port und win provide for employment
of about 3(1 men.
Work on tlto reconstruction of the
destroyed streets In the devastated
area of Astoria is expected to be un
dor way within a few days.
Sago rats burrowing In the sides
of the central Oregon irrigation canal
resulted in one side of the canal giv
ing way 12 miles from Bend.
Eighteen convicts from the Oregon
state penitentiary are now employed
at McMinuvillo, where they are cut !
ting wood for the municipality.
Willi delegates present from all
lodges In the Rogue river valley the
Southern Oregon Odd Fellows tisso
elation was organized at Mndford.
W. F. Boetlcher of The Dalits MM
elected president of the Oregon Ke
tall Jewelers' association at the ltilt
annual convention held In Portland.
Dr. Clarence V. Greene of the
Teachers' college, Columbia unlvel
sltv, New York .;... 'ax, -it.u'.:l th
NOTE HANGED SOVIET
Break in Relations Between
Two Countries Thought
to Be Near.
Moscow. An emphatic note from
the British government handed to
Maxim Lltrlnoff, assistant foreign min
ister alleging propaganda and other
violation of the Anglo-Russian trade
agreement and demanding assurances
of unconditional fulfilment of speci
fied requirements withiu 10 days, was
considered by Russian officials ns de
finitely intended to bring about a
break In Anglo-Russian relations.
The note, which is very lengthy,
wus handed to the soviet government
by Mr. Hodgson. One of its most
striking passages read: "It is time
the soviet government should be made
aware that it cannot with impunity
behave toward British subjects and
British shipping in this arbitrary and
At the outset the document declar
ed that the tone and character of the
recent notes received from the soviet
government "have imposed upon his
majesty's government the duty, per
haps already too long delayed, of con
sidering carefully and seriously In re
lation to this large number of incidents
Whether it is desirable, or Indeed pos
sible, that the relations of the two gov
ernmelits should remain any longer
upon so anomalous and Indeed unpre
cedented footing and whether his
majesty's government can with due
self-respect continue to Ignore the re
peated challenge which the soviet gov
ernment has thought fit, with appar
ent deliberation, to throw down."
the tpj''''jj, ' BOARDMAN MORROW COUNTY, OREGON A NEW AND GROWING TOWN
NOTICE) I'oit PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
May 14, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that Earl
Desmond Cramer, of Boardman, Ore
gon, who, on December 11, 1919,
made Homestead Entry, No. 021220,
B 12 E 1-2 SW 1-4, being Unit
"A," Umatilla Project, Section 14,
Township 4 North, Range 25 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make three year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before C. G. Blay
den, U. S. Commissioner, at Board
man, Oregon, on the 26th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ray L. Brown, Lee Mend, Walter
Cordon Cohoon, Frank Cramer, all
of lloai'dnian, Oregon.
15 19 J. W. Donnellv, Register.
Submitted by the Common Council Q
of the city of Boardman, Morrow W
County, State of Oregon for vote of H
the people at special election to be i
held in said City on the 8th day of U
June, 1923. O
NOTICE OF ELECTION J
Notice is hereby given, That a spe
cial election will be held in the City ,J
of Boardman, Morrow County, Ore- ,J
gon on the 8th day of June, 192 3 f
betwen the hours of 8:00 o'clock a. fc
m. and 8:00 o'clock p. in. of said K"
day at the City Council room of said I
City in the Highway Inn for the '
purpose of adopting or rejecting a
certain ordinance for the City of Q
Boardman proposed by the Common rj
Council of said City in Ordinance rj
No. 10 passed by said council and to
signed by the mayor on the 2nd day to
of April, 1923, being a proposal for
issuing warrants to provide for the .
unking of a well, the establishment h
of a pumping plant and other things
i sarfly incident to placing, hi ?j
operation a municipal water system
in and for said City, which ordinance
md proposed ordinance was filed in
the office of the recorder of said
City on the 2nd day of April 1923.
Dated this second day of April,
MARGARET M. KLITZ
The following is the form; and -s
number in which the ordinance pro
nosed by the City Council will be
printed on the official ballot:
PROTOSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL
To provide for the borrowing on
the ftiillt f the Hilv nf I'na rrl ir a n
Moriow County, Oregon, the sum of
12,600.00 to provide funds for the ; O
Installation of a municipal water ays
tern in and for said city.
Vote Yes or No.
5 00 Warrants Yes
501 Warrants No '
The full title and text of such
measure is as follows: Referred to O
the voters of the City of Boardman O
by the Common Council.
NOTIOK FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, United
Stales Land Office at The Dalles.
Ore., April 20, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that John
Peter Ooebel, of Irrigon, Oregon,
who, on March t, 1918, made Home
stead Entry, No. 019B98, for EV4
NW',4. being Unit "A", Umatilla
Project, Section 25, Township 5
North, Ranse 2ti East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, before C. 0, Blayden, Uni
ted States Commissioner, at Board
man, Oregon, on the tith dav of June.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Albert H. Allen. William L. Su.l
darth, Levi Carroll Nestor Seaman.
all, of Irrigon, Oregon.
J. M. DONNELLY,
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF !H
BOARDMAN AS FOLLOWS: - H
Section 1. The Common Council ! Z
of t lie city of Boardman, Morrow
uouniy, Mate or Oregon, is- nereDy q
authorized and empowered to borrow
on tbe faith of said city the sum of1
Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars,
or such lesser sum as shall assure !
compliance with the statutory Hmi- O
'alion of the indebtedness of said p
ifv. which limitation is $2,500.00. I p
from such person or persons, firm Q
r corporation as saul l ommon uoun
il may deem best, and said Common
louncll is hereby authorized to cause
the warrants of the city to be issued
by the proper officers thereof as
nllows: Three Hundred Dollars pav
.ible in one year from the date of
such issue, Four Hundred Dollars
payable in two years from date of
;uch issue. Five Hundred Dollars
payable In Ihree years from the date
of such issue, Six Hundred Dollars
payable In four years from the date
of such issue and not to exceed Sev
en Hundred Dollars payable in five
years from the date of such Issue:
all thereof to bear interest at the rate
of eight per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually ; the money so to be
Was the most direct trans
continental route tvhen it
tciit fu.-i unit IS OW
But :t's easier to "negotiate" now than
and the REDUCED round trip
in eftrvt daily between
May 15 and September 15
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
will make it very attractive. Study this table.
llt-nver . ,
St. 1 ... i, ,
. a oo
. t (HI
$ 1 1 5.3
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t i to
un , .in -ii .tiding nimtie-tlin uni-ortant tenter,
rtnal return limit O.tober Slat. Liberal atop-over
, v. - going and leturtuug.
A aide trip to Yellowstone at small additional
coat will atlord tbe eiperirtwe oi a lite time.
Call ua by phone and M us male all your arrangements.
It coat no mors and will save you lots of worry.
I! ALl'll S. DAVIS, Agent
burrowed to be used for the purpose
In this ordinance declared, and not
Section 2 The Common Council
of the City of Boardman is hereby
authorized and empowered to incui
inch Indebtedness In said sum of Two
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars, or
such lesser sum ns shall assure conii
plianco with the statutory limita
tion of Indebtedness, lo-wlt $2,500.00
In the manner aforesaid and the mon
ey so to be borrowed shall be used
solely for the sinking of a well, the
establishment of a pumping plant
and other things necessarily incident
to placing In operation a municipal
water system in and for said city.
Section " This ordinance shall
be referred to the voters of said
City of Boardman for their approval
or rejection, at the next regular or
special election to be held in said
Section 2 The City Recorder
shall cause to be posted in three
public places In said City of Board
man, at least thirty days before the
date of said election a notice thereof
and of the time and place of said
Section 2 The City Recorder
shall cause to be published in the
Boardman Mirror a complete copy of
this ordinance in the manner re
quired by law. that Is to say, by pub
lication of notice of said election by
said City Recorder and by publica
tion of this ordinance in full for two
consecutive weeks thereof within the
thirty days immediately preceeding
saltl special election, at which said
proposed ordinance Is to be voted
Section 4 The City Recorder
shall cause to be distributed to all
registered voters in the City of
Boardman by mail, not less than
eight days before the election ati
which this measure is to be voted
upon, printed copies thereof together
with printed copies of any arguments
filed with the said City Recorder
supiHirtlng or opposing said measure.
Section 5 C O. Blayden and F
F Kliti are hereby appointed Judges
of said election, and Grace Stewart,
Kuth atalttWger and Grace Macomber
are hereby appointed clerks of said
Passed the Common Council this
2nd day of April, 1923
M VRGARET M. KLITZ
J C BALLENGER
BOARDMAN MORROW COUNTY, OREGON
A X D
THE CLIMATE IS GOOD
THE PEOPLE ARE
TOWN IS NEW AND GROWING
LOCATION WELL CHOSEN
HALF WAY BETWEEN THE DALLES
AND PENDLETON ON O.-W. RAIL
ROAD ON COLUMBIA RIVER
SOIL WILL RAISE ANYTHING
WATER FOR IRRIGATION FROM
WEST EXTENSION OF UMATILLA PROJECT
McKAY CREEK DAM
WILL BE BUILT
ASSURING MORE ACREAGE
Boardman is a New
Town But Not a
WRITE SECRETARY OF COMMERCIAL CLUB
BOARDMAN - MORROW COIjNTYT OREGON -
MORROW COUNTY, OREGON-A NEW AND GROWING TOWN