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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1923)
DR. ALEXANDER REID
Physician nnd Surgeon
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
I'HYSICIAN AND BURGEON
'Phone Kes. 711 Ofllce 551
OUice over Dank Bldg., HenntatOtt
Calls answered at all hours.
The Boardman Mirror
MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher
Send the Mirror to a friend.
Hotel Dorlon, Pendleton, is still
the house ot welcome.
DR. FRAM i'S P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON
Hank Btdft, 'Phonos: Office 92.
Office Hours 9-12. 3-6.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
DR. F. V. PRIME
1) I : X I I S T R Y
Bmtlli -laJ and DtUfBOSlS
'Phones: OSes 93. Kesidence 751
Newton Painless Dentists
Dr. H, A. Newton, Mgr.
t or. Main and Webb Sis. Pendleton
JAMES D. ZURCHER
S. E. NOTSON
A X TO K N K Y - A 'I - I A V
Office In Court House
HEPPNER . . . ORKOOM
WOODSON & SWEEK
BULLETIN 0F BOARDMAN
COMMUNITY CHUIICR SERVICF
Sunday School 10:.'10 a. in.
Church Service 11:20 a. m.
Christian Liidouvor 7:110 p. in.
All are welcome.
J. F. GIBSON, Pastor
I r. A. II. JohiiBton
PliyM'liin ami Surgeon
Calls answered at all hours
la Doardman Wednesday and Satur
Office phone M 151 lies. M 332
A. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Wool Scoured and ( leaned
lor Hat Is and Malli-csscs
Mattresses and Pads made to order
Try our Wool Hulls. They satisfy
Wholesale and Retail
Crescent Halt & Redding Co
llo a bOOt town booster.
J. C. Ballener :;
Boardman - Oregon I !
I a. .V.I
POD BAJ i: HY
CHAM, H. LATOURKLL
Braderj is home for a short
For the latest in hats see Sam
Paul Hatch returned from O.A.C.
Mrs. Hay Brown ia convalesing
after a week's illness.
Clay Warren and family are now
occupying the Sherman residence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mallenger vis
ited in Wasco a few days last week.
Mis. Bands is finite ill. Wah
nona came home from Milton to as
sist her mother.
William Lower left for Bolivar
Missouri, Thursday on No. 4, j;oing
by way of Denver.
Mrs. Harry Thienes of Eugene is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Me f ford made
a business trip to Arlington and
Richard Dingman returned Sun
day from a business trip to Golden-
PUBLISHED EVKHY FRIDAY
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE-
Umatilla Pharmacy I
E. Smith, Prop.
Entered as second-class matter Feb
11, 1921, at the postofflce at Board
man. Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
practice of the Forest Service In cut
ting this type of timber. All of the
young and thrifty trees will be left
standing and only the mature trees
will be removed.
Ralph Davis, Clay Warren and
Jack Gorham drove to Umatilla on
business Tuesday evening.
Harry Warren, wife and daughter,
and Air. Smith of Portland, drove
up Wednesday evening.
Mrs. D. Cline of Sumner, Neb.,
visited a few days with her cousin,
Mrs. W. H, Mefford, here I he past
Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Portland,
daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and
Mrs. Wieklandcr, are visiling bare
i his week.
Several carloads of local people
are going lo Meaeham lo see anil
hear the president and incident
enjoy I he pageant.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Boardman
had as dinner guests Sunday the Rev.
ReV, and Mrs. B. A. Hughes and
A hoy arrived at the W. O. King
home Monday night. Everyone do
ing nicely and all delighted because
i he new comer is a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. P, J Mulkey and
Mrs. Force, mother of Mrs. Mulkey,
arrived Monday from Mommoutb,
wline they have been visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Warner are
anticipating a visit from their eldest
daughter anl baby, who are expect
ed nexl month from their home In
Mrs. Klages and family, Mrs.
Bnnles and! Misses Ethel Broyles
ami Belle Packard, returned last
week from the berry fields at White
Mrs. Howard and family of lone
have moved Into the Frank Cramer
house. A tlaughter, Mrs. Griffith,
of ileppner, accompanied them and
Vialted a few days.
Fills Barrett and family entertain
ed company lasl week. A nephlew
of Mr. Garret! and his family having
motored here from Arkansas on
their return lo their home in Washington,
Mr. and Mis. Lee Mead. Mr. and
Mrs Jay Cox. and Mr. and Mrs Karl
Cramer, with (heir respective fami
lies motored lo Ileppner Sunday
night to attend the Chautauqua.
"The Shepherd of the Mills" was
given In drama and was greatly en
Mrs. Crawford, Marry Crawford.
Mrs. Boardman. Mrs. Herelm! and
Mis Warner went to Pendleton last
Thursday in the Crawford car to
attend thv missionary meeting of
the l'resb.Werlan church ana to hear
Miss Hatch a returned missionary
from sium They report a fine trip
and a good dinner.
Mr and Mrs. Niter entertained at
ft dinner parly In honor of Mis. A.
11 Camp am daughter, lima, of
Cortland. The guests were Mr and
Mrs F. I.. Drown and daughter, Mr. J
and Mrs. John Jenkins and daughter.
Belle, and son, Howard, and Charles
Burgos. Tin table was beautiful,
with roses and other flowers.
The newly Installed Odd Fellows
lodge of Boardman held initiation
Wednesday night. Introducing three
candidates Itv. the secrets and my s -tones
of the order. Charles Han-'
KO, Victor Hango and Kulph Davis'
were the neoplntes who rode the
gnat The llermiston degree team
were over to put on' the work. After
the ceremonies In the hull the mem
bers repaired to the Highway Inn
and Indulged In a big feed. There
were 17 present from llermiston and '
IS loeul men.
Henry Klages, with Fred and
Fouise, left Monday morning for the
Yakima valley, where they will
work through the fruit season
A. M. Edwards of Lexington was
awarded the contract to dig the well
for the city. He will start as soon
as he finishes a contract out of Lexington.
A good crowd attended the Wood
nan dance Saturday night in the
auditorium. Umatilla musicians
furnished the music and the Royal
Neighbors the supper.
A jolly crowd gathered around the
festive board at the Earl Cramer
home on Saturday evening, June 23,
in honor of his birthday. About 15
vere present and enjoyed cold fried
chicken, salads, cake and ice cream.
Farmers in some 1,200 counties
kepi accounts of the expense, labor,
farming enterprises for 1922, acco1
and profit connected with their
Ing to reports to the United States
Department of Agriculture, and by
means of these accounts made an
alyses of their business, with the
assistance of their county agricul
tural extension agents, to determine
how lo increase their net incomes
over a period of years.
Mail orders given special atten
tion. Quick Service
Oregon f j t
Eat and Drink
J NEW FRENCH CAFE
E. J. McKNEEBY, Prop.
Only the Rest Foods Served
Fancy Ice Creams
Furnished Rooms over Cafe
Juick Service Lunch Counter
in connection with Dining room
You Are Welcome Here
Foods containing two per cent to
five and one half per cent crude fi
bi r are suitable for fattening pigs
Foods running ten to fifteen per
cent fiber are bulky concentrates
satisfactory for cattle or horses but
not for pigs unless mixed with large
quantities of more concentrated
New Line of
and Wearing Apparel
CASH MERCANTILE CO.
e e e e e i' e 0 e'S' s
A large crowd attended the chariv
ari at the Adolph Skoubo ranch Sat
urday night, Adolph having just re
lurned from Denmark with his new
ly wedded bride. Refreshments
were served and many enjoyed hear
ing the new Mrs. Skoubo play the
violin and sing Danish songs. Sev
eral games were played, and some
Lack of sunflower palatability
seemed in test by the farm crops
department to be due to lack of
proper fermentation. It can be ov
ercome by adding 20 to 25 per cent 1
corn to the sunflowers when put in-
o the silo. The dairy department;
has not tested this out in its inves-tigallons.
For red spider mite control sulfur
in some form is the standard. A
liquid is generally used but dust
may be effective when temperature
is high and the mites have not spun
their webs too tightly.
Wilted potato plants should be
rogtted out of the field designed for
certification. If it is a case of plain
wilt the plants on each side are best
enjoyed dancing on the lawn. As ' taken out, as the disease spreads
the crowd rtlMiersed the sknnhn ' fa,. ! through the soil and is almost sure
ily sang "Home, Sweet Home" in
to infest plants closer than two feet.
FOREST SERVICE ANNOUNCES
SALE OF UMBER IN IDAHO
The cherry fruit fly comes out of
i the ground as Itoyal Ann cherries
j are turning red just about this
time. This is the only time it can
be controlled- while it is buzzing
about the tree and licking up the
A sale of lodgepole pine from the honey dew. The fly Is two-thirds
Moose Creek district of the Targheo the size of the common house fly,
National Forest in northeastern dark wl,h yellow head an1 les and
, , , . . . . cross hand or picture on the wings.
Idaho is announced by the Forest Th(! followlng BWOetened poison
Service, United States Department ; bait spray will "get it:" Lead arse
Of Agriculture. The stand In ones- nate a half pound; molasses or syr-
i up--never honey two Quarts! wat
er 10 gallons. This is enough for
IM Highway Inn
O. H WARNER, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Gooking
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
It. N. Stan field, President
Ralph A. Holte, Cashier
Frank Sloan, 1st Vice-President
M. R. Ling, 2nd Vice-President
lion is estimated to contain 1,800,00
railroad ties and some saw logs and
The timber, which is very old and
contains considerable defect, was
sold tit l he rate of 8 1-2 cents for
each railroad lie, 50 cents per
thousand board feet for saw logs,
one-fourth ot a cent per linear foot
for mine limbers, and 25 cents per
cord for fuel wood.
The total estimated volume to he
CUt in terms of hoard feet is 62,000,
000. The selection or partial cutt
ing system Will he followed and the
brush disposed of as is the usual
about 50 trees.
Walt Mason says: "Oh, every fly
i hat skips our swatters will have
5,000,000 sons and daughters and
countless first and second cousins;
of aunts and uncles, scores and doz
ens and fifty billion nieces so
knock the blamed thing all to piec
es." And isn't it the truth? All to
gether, swat, swat, swat.
FARM WANTED- Wauled to hear
from owner of farm or good land
for sale, for fall delivery. L. Jones,
Itox 177, Olney, Illinois. ltp
Bank of Stanfield
Capital Stock and Surplus
ete4v 5 t i Sm
Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Tune Certificates
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. S. A. Rossier, Vice-Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier Chas. F. Story, Ass't Cashier
1 1 the inspiring roar of Old Ocean and the charm of iti
mai v beachrti where those glorious VACATION
haunts ire. It will be a great surprise and delight to
see the vast improvement! that have been made to
insure the pleasure of visitors to
w here e erv conceivable tout! of restful health-gh ing
recreation tna bo enjoyed. Ask our agent for our
"Outirys In the Psciflc Northwest" end "Oregon
Outdoors." They tell the whole story in word
and pat '..re. Then purchase a Round-Trip Summer
Excursion Tii '.tt via
UNEflfJ Pacif-c Systlm
which tfivei that wonderful trip through the Columbia
River l iorgc. Ouraffent will he R'ad to ftnoSSJS youf
ttinerarv and cake your reservation.
li I.I'M S. DA VIM, Asejtt
V i. antral Pusmgtr Agent
The Best is none too good
Try our Sherwin-Williams paints
and varnishes. There is none bet
We have a complete line of
Cedar Flume Stock
Cement, Lime, Wood, Coal, Posts
W. A. MURCHIE