The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925, May 25, 1923, Image 4

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DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
Osteopathic
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone lies. 711 Oflipo 551
Office over Bank Bldg , Hcrmiston.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. ALEXANDER REID
Physician and Surgeon
UMATILLA - OREGON
DR. FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AMI SLRGEON
HBRMI8TON, DIMS.
Bank Bldg. 'Phonos: OlBce 92.
Residence 565.
Office Hours 9-W. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
The Boardman Mirror
Boardrnan, Oregon
MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher
PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE-- j
Entered as second-class matter Feb
11, 1921, at ihe postofflce at Board
man. Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
FARMERS TURN HACKS ON
OLD TYPE OF FARMING
NOTES
Tlirre are fan
DR. F. V. PRIME
I) K I I S T K V
Dental X-ray and Diagnosis
RERMISTON, ORE.
Bank Building
'Phones: Offiee 93. Residence 751
la comity that
u. It is not
iary farming,
as each year
id their bt
MOOTS! VVHO-0
The Hereim family is gladly wel
comed back to their home In town.
Miss Wahnona Keyes is visiting
relatives at Hermlston, Echo and
Walla Walla.
Everybody is invited to this ser
vice, which is also Mr. Gibson's last
Sunday with us.
S. E. NOTSON
A T T K N El V - 1 - L A W
Office in Court House
HEPPNER - - OBEGO
WOODSON & SWEEK
VHOKM.YS-AT-D.t W
Masonic Building
Heppner, Oregon.
Newton Painless Dentists
Dr. II. A. Newton, Mgr.
for. Main and Webb Etta. Pendleton
JAMES D. ZURCHEB
Attoruey-at-Law
KCM IE!.l)
OK I ICO N
BULLETIN OF BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY CHURCH SBRVIOI
Every Sunday
Sunday School 10:30 a. in
Church Berries 11:30 a. ra
Christian Endeavor 7:39 p, m
All are welcome.
I. F. OIB80N, Paslor
into tho dulry business. This dee;.
.it mean ( hat every man who goes
into tho dairy business will make a
success of it, for there are men who
in not make a succors of anything.
Hut the dairy business does offer a
fine opportunity for tho.-.e who will
.. rt their brain and settle down to
Steady work. Some of the richest
running districts in the United
listen are the dairy districts. At
I rrir!o City la a creamery. This
will buy nil the butterfat
(fared. Hero is your opportunity,
It ou want it take It, and if you
on't, leftVQ it alone and watch the
ortgftge on the ranch grow. At
ig time this creamery distributed
high as ti i.ooo a month among
ho farmers.
Sherman Davis has taken charge
if the operative part of the Prairie
Cooperative creamery, A campaign
a ill be made to encourage Grant
nunty farmers to milk more cows
mil eat the products of their Indus-r.-.
rarmeri should eat what they
iroduoe if they expect others to do
he same, and to promote an Indus-
Let us reverently honor those who
sacrificed for our beloved coun'ry
and pay our tribute to those who re
main with us.
The Parent-Teacher's Assn., will
hold its annual election of officers
on Friday p. m , May 25 at 2
o'clock in the auditorium.
The many friends of Dr. A. H
Johnston will be glad to know that
he Is convalescing at Seaside and
expects to soon return to his home
In Arlington to resume his practice
S4 BY
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O. W. L
(On Wta Laughter)
The dairy cows of Oregon have
liken seriously the agitation for bei
tcr production per animal, and have
Increased their individual product
ion 17 per cent In t lie past ten
years.
Bought for Cash A Bankrupt Stock of
Army and TJavy Goods
. of Shoes, Priced to Meet
an's Approval.
Including a Largo Si
the World
SPECIALS
All bather shoes with Work Shirts Men's
heavy soles A good blue grey and khaki in
shoe for rough wear at good, materials from
a money savi ig price. 79c to $1.10
$2.98 All sizes
Army and Navy Store
Pcndl: t n, Oregon
In Coiiroy's Grocer vocation
t
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C . Lx- Denver .
yJt i s Oix-thn .
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v . AlX 1 hlin.ui
y Wv.) Urn. .i
ialRwi J t'tm-inniill
Tw TortMttO .
Jt (ft wttheon i
77i.- A. )
WU tho NKMf if i ret f trans'
continental route uhvn it
was MommI i IS NOW
1 ;;'. :t's easier to "negotiate" now than then,
and the REDUCED round trip
SUMMER EXCURSION
FARES
lu cifi t daily b twfrn
May 15 and September 15
over the
UNION PACIFIC SYS' 1 M
will make it very attractive. Study this table.
Stil.ot) Buffalo . 11"..H2
67.00 I'm h . 114. 7l
. l7.to WaahtnKton 1M.(16
7;.ro rhiin.i,i;.hi iatui-2
. 81 OO New Yurk . I i2.40
UUl.tia Ili.Mi.ui . , 1 ttf.50
iu.;to AiiaiMn . . i ia.rs
IHH.75 Montreal . 127.75
utiuK l.ii.a tu i.ilu i iiii(Mit.int i-l. is.
unit 1). toner 3tat. Literal &U p over
i i.t-tfcn k '".it una rcfutmus.
to Vllnwi I...... a on. .11 li.l .1
' Will alio! ll IV twurnci' ol lit 0 la.,'.
Call ua by !! r .: -t !.-! in make all your an iiinemrnt.
It iwniw more ami willi.ac you lota ol weiry.
RAl.l'll S. DAVIS, AKOllt
lViiirdman, DreKOii
6f- 1
Isbmael Hendrlck has heen era
ployed as musician by Herman Mark;
it Roseburg, Oregon, in Mark's inov
ins picture house and left for Rose
burs Saturday niht on 23. He
writes that he likes the place fine.
A Memorial nay service will b(
held in the church next Sunday with
special music and a sermon by Rev
J. F. Gibson In honor of the occas
'on at 11580 a. in. All veterans of
the civil war, the Spanish-American
war and ex-service men of the world
war are invited to meei at me niga
way Inn to march to the church. The
Lesion Auxiliary la also invited.
There will be seats reserved for all
these.
An Interesting Qathwtag.
The last nutritious meeting was
teld last Saturday In the cafeteria
Of the school house, and attended
by a good sized crowd.
This Is the last meeting to be held
bis spring, and In the fall after
ichool opens asaln there will be a
final roundup meeting.
The meetings have been so help
fttl to mothers and housewives, and
ill who attended will agree that
bone who stajed away missed much
iractical information that they
ould have had free. This work is
ostered by the state for the bene
fit of all, and it is unfortunate that
anyone missed the meetings.
At the meeting Saturday, refresh
ments were served and we had the
opportunity to test two cakes, the
receipts for which Miss Smilh save
us.
One is a molasses sponge cake,
..iii' h was pronounced most delic
ious, and the other was a plain
ponge cake, The receipts are
Tinted below: Kach, you will find,
very delii iuus. The committee take
this opportunity to thank all who
helped in sewing at this meeting and
also all thope who helped to make
other meetings so successful.
Receipt for molasses sponge cake,
with directions lor making:
One-tQUrth cup tat, 1-2 teaspoon
Innamon, 1-4 cup molasses, 1-4 tea
spootl cloven, 1-2 cup sugar, 1-8 tea
POOB sail, 1 cup flor, 1 teaspoon
I0daa 1-2 cup hot water, 1 egg.
Mell fat in a saucepan: add 1110
tasaea and sugar; add flour mixed
Mid lifted with spices, salt and soda;
add hot water; add unbeaten egg:
V'at altogether with egg beater and
bake twenty to thirty minutes In a
lial low till in a moderate oven.
Plain sponge cake with directions:
One cup sugar; 1 tablespoon lem
on Juice, (rata rind of one-half lem
on (only yellow out;ldo of rind 11
Whites of six Fgsa; 1 cup flour; 1-1
teaspoonfull salt. Heat yolks
thick and lemon colored, u.iins
lover rsg heater.
Add sugar gradually and continue
beating; add lemon juice and grat
ed rind.
Ad,i whites of eggs beaten until
stiff and flour mixed and sifted
with salt. Cut out anil fold mix
ture carefully together Hake one
hour In slow oven, In angel cake tin
or deep narrow pan .
Alfalfa la roady to cut tor hay
when the new shoots bud out from
' l! w or when the crop 1: about ou t-nth
in bloom. Delay In cuttlrnr
when Ihe new stems are coming up
S'tts baek the next crop several days,
letting the a!f Ufa go into late bloom
makes coarsa hay.
Success with corn depends much
OB getting a good start. Plant plen
ty of gejad, seed 12 to 15 pounds an
acre If It is good in warm ground and
do not cover too deeply.
e further back they t in
h, the closer up they git at a
e fashion dictators say bustles
toming "back." That's where
always were, weren't they?
reecntly was suggested that,
: the wireless telephone connec
with Havana is all right in it's
how much more practical would
Ft ill waters may run deep, but the
UstiUed kitui comes much higher.
10 looks good enough t
look r;uite ;o good while
What we can't understand is how
he movie hero's pants maintain their
rease as he emerges from the rag
ing torrent.
Something
for
Nothin
n
i FORTY DOLLARS OR A BIG RANGE FREE t
I Ask Wick About It at the
I CASH MERCANTILE CO.
I Boardman, Oregon
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Highway Inn
O. II WARNER, Proprietor
Boardman, Oregon
HOLY SMOKE I
Tobacco kings should never moan
They learn the ropes when the
leaves are ripe,
They plug along as they roll their
own.
Tho lucky guys sure have a pipe.
The book of e'J'iuetto doesn't ox-
(Inin why the man who howls for
lerviee gets more attention than the
well-bred chap.
You can say for fleas that they
on go to the dogs.
A native, it seems, is a "guy who
as here when you came and will
ill be here wHon you leava."
'n after school because father is such
: dub at doing arithmetic.
"I frequently hear town r.isn criti
cize farmers for KQi;.g i.i i t. for
lUtomoblles and then conplainir.s ,
bout hard times. I will venture tha
taertion that if these same critics
ived' on a farm in a neighborhood
rhere all the neighbors had cam,
h ey would have one if they had to
tbrtgage the last milk cow on the
dace."
Lord Derby is said to be unpopu
ar in England now. Maybe they
bine just found out that he in
ented the hat of that name.
Remember the old-fashioned man
fhat used to expect a free pair of
"galluses" when he purchases a suil
of clothes?
Movies are to teach the constitu
tion. How abottt a special perform
ince for congressmen?
esome Home Cooking
Best place to e . 1 . jen The Dalles and I
Pendleton I
I
;itii;iiiMWiiiMiMmiiwM
p i R. N. Stanfield, President Frank Sloan, 1st Vrice-lvesrdeiit '
Ilalpli A. Ilolte. Cashier M. It. f.ing, 2nd A'iee-President
Rank of Stanfield
Capital Stocl and Surplus
$37,300.00
i
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Certificates
of Deposit.
flllllMM
i
M M M II 1 1 1 ! M IIMIMC WfH 1 1 1 H4K
ARLINGTON NATIONAL
BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$75,000,00
OFFICERS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. S. A. Bossier, Vice-Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier Chas. F. Story, Ass't Cashier
ARLINGTON - - - OREGON
A fly takae a bath In a men's
coffee. Breakfaii Is over for that
nan. A deceased pig, the mummy
of an old Owl, a b composed cat,
nd upwards of a million flies, fleas
i'id other insects, not to mention a
''ew tondfrogs, may stay for weeks
in the barrels of mash that his
hlnney Is made from, and thev man
k a couple of drinks and ihinks
notbbig about it or anything else,
'or the time being. It's funny but
upi osed to be a fact.
DO NOT Hurry, Just take your
iwn time- as long as you do not
ake some one's time.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Kay Li, Drown, Dee Mead, Walter
(lordort Cohoon, Frank Cramer, all
of Iloardman, Oregon.
15-19 J. W. Donnelly, Register.
A ninn of rare gifts is seldom
PO liar with the ladles. They miss
the fiovrrs and confections.
A one-cent stamp on your pa
per signifies that you are over
a yiar in arrears with your
subscription and the postofTice
department makes us pay this
postage if we continue sending
the paper
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, 1'nlted '
Stat,s Land Office at The Dalles,1
Ore., April 20. 102:1.
Notice Is hereby i;iven that John
Peter OoeboJ, of Irrigon, Oregon, ,
lite, on March S, 1 0 1 S , made Home-
itead Entry, No. oi9fif8, for
NWU, being I'nit "A", Umatilla I
'ro.lect. Section 2fi, Township 5
North, Range 2fi Fast. Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
ion to make three vnr Proof, to
tnhlish claim to the land above
(escribed, before C. O. niaydon. Fni
i'd States Commissioner, at Hoard -tan,
Oregon, on the 6th day of June,
92.1.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Albert H. Allen. William L. Sud
larth, Devi Carroll Nestor Seaman,
ill, of Irrigon, Orecon.
J. M. DONNELLY,
Ues-'tster
O'orce Cp.cJ Record EstabliEhrd. I Keep an iron hot to press seams
Houston, Tex. Judge J. D. Harvn and folds as you sew. It saves time
lu ,l,Tici court here granted 212 di , and tne arc,e when fjnlshed is bet.
voices In 2I tBUUlie. This is be'icv
..... ,, , . . . ter looking,
od to ihatter all former speed records
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I he Best is none too good
Try our Sherwin-Williams paints
and varnishes. There is none better.
.lso
NOTICE FOB PCBMCATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon.
May 14. 1923.
Notice Is hereby given that Karl
nesmondVramer. of Iloardman, Ore
gon, who. on December 11. 1919.
nade Homestead Entry. No. 021220,
1-2 E 1-2 SW 1-4, being I'nit
"A." Cniatllla Project. Section 14.
Township 4 North. Kange 25 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make three year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before O 0 Rlay
den. V. S. Commissioner, at Board
man. Oregon, on the 26th day of
Juue. 192S.
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We have a complete line of
Cedar Flume Stock
Building Material
Builders' Hardware
Cement. Lime, Wood, Coal. Posts
W. A. MURCHIE
Bo&rdtyaa, Oregon.
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