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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1923)
DR. ALEXANDER REID
Physician and Surgeon
DR. W. W. ILLSLEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON
'Phone ilea. 711 Office 551
Office over Hank Pldg., Hcrmist.on.
Calls answered at all hours.
DR. FRANCIS P. ADAMS
PHYSICIAN AND si'KOKON
Hank Bldg. 'Phones: Office 92.
Office HourB 9-12. 3-0.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
The Boardman ?,l:v:or
MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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Entered as second-class matter Feb
11,- 1921, at the posioUice at Board
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
DR. F. V. PRIME
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COMMUNITY CHURCH SKIU ici
Sunday School 10:30 a. ID
Church Service 11:K0 a. in.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. in
All are welcome.
J, F. OIBBON, Pastor
IRRIGON SCHOOL NEWS
will be along later to solicit the bus
iness for this fall.
Send the Mirror to a rrlend.
Hotel Dorion, Pendleton,
the house of welcome.
1 FT i1l M T
umainia rnarmacy i
Mrs. Ralph Davis went
land this week.
to Port- minister, Mr. Hughes and his family.
I There will also be a short program.
L. V. Woodard of The Dalles was
in town Tuesday.
Tom Miller and family were Arl
Mrs. M. B. Signs and children are
here from Portland.
The Fourth parsed off v-H' re
any great excitement, but everybody
reports a good time.
The apricots are on In full bias!
and everybody is too busy to be sure
whic h end they are standing on.
B I Kennard, of the Washburn and
Wilson Seed Co., of Moscow, Idaho,
was an Irrlgon visitor Saturday. He
looked over the results from seed
potatoes furnished by his house and
The railroad company has an
nounced that complete section build-
lngl will he built and a signal main
tenance house In the east end of the
east park some time In the near fu
ture. The Tum-A-Lum Dumber Co., an
nounce that they have a carload of
kindling coming. You men who
have to build the fires, should get
In on this, to make the story short,
Mrs. Wadsworth and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Van Winkle had their
Fourth celebration at the Frederick
ton ranch, The Sunday School gave
an all-day picnic in the shades on
the river and the big feed no one
will ever forget. Some games and
other amusements made up the day.
Others from here went to Meacham
ami feci like they have been somewhere.
Earl Cramer drove
mill for a few days.
James O'Donnell has been on the
sick list the past week.
The Warren families motored to
Meacham leaving here Monday.
Leo Root has traded his old Ford
in for a "brand, shiny" new or.e.
The Brown families and Cohoons
motored to Prosser, Wash, where
they met other relatives from Waits
burg, and a sister from Ellensburg.
and all enjoyed a picnic together on
the Fourth. Mrs. Cohoon went on
up to visit her parents for the rest
of the summer.
Boardman was treated to some
band music one day last week when
twenty little orphans stopped over
here on their way to Pendleton.
Mrs. Dlngman took them all to the
service station and treated them to
ice cream, which they greatly en
W. E. Smith, Prop.
Mail orders given special atten
tion. Quick Service
Oregon i 1 1
Eat and Drink
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Only the Best Foods Served
t ; X Fancy Ice Creams i
Furnished Rooms over Cafe
Juick Service LimOh Counter
in connection with Dining room
You Are Welcome Here
New Line of
The Ballenger and Murchie fam
lies were visitors In .Meacham on the
Mrs. Cummings and Loren have
returned from a pleasant trip to La
Mrs. John Brice left Monday for
Portland where she will again take
Mrs. Charles Breeding of Mc.Minn
ville is visiting her sister, Mrs. T.
Al. Malcomber and Ida Mofford
drove over to Grandview, Wash for
Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
visiting relatives In
Salem this week.
Me Daniels are
Many will be interested in know
ing that Mrs. H. E. Warren was ap
pointed chairman of the historic
spot committee by the Portland
chapter of the Daughters' of the
American Revolution, and was their
representative at the Meacham pa
geant. Through the efforts of Mrs.
Warren, Wells Springs will be mark
ed as a spot of interest in relation
to the Old Oregon Trail.
and Wearing Apparel
CASH MERCANTILE CO.
Dr. A. M. Johnston
Physcian ami Burgeon
('alls answered at all hours
In Bo&fd Uatl Wednesday and Satur
Office phone M IK Res. M 332
A. II. 8WITZER
ATTORNEY AT I, AW
Wool Scoured and ( leaned
lor Hulls and Mattresses
Mattresses mid Pads made (o order
Try our Wool Malls. They satisfy
Wholesale and li n.u
Crescent Batt & Bedding Co
Be a home town booster.
The smell of onions may be taken
from the breath by chewing a little
Flour adde,) lo dough will be
found lo make bread much more
Carpels can be held light to Ihe
floor by the use of spikes.
II l lie banging of doors bothers
win, ihe annoyance can bo obviated
by using tin' windows.
"Just charge it," said the sweet
young thlnfl when she left her stor
age battery at Ihe garage.
Many people take dope for what
they think ails them when all they
need is a long walk.
When Eve first saw the little hol
low between Adam's collar bone and
shoulders, she doubtless thought it
a nice place lo cry on.
Mr. Klages, Louise and Fred, came
home to spend the Fourth, They nre
working near Yakima.
Ira Berger and wife, and Mrs. Al
bright, motored to Meacham to see
the president and pageant.
The Hlaydens are entertaining Mr.
and Mrs. Cooper of California. They
Visited the Blaydens al this time last
William and Mona O'Donnell, with
I heir families are visiting their
brother James O'Donnell, at the Por
ter and Conley ranch.
A number of neighborhood pic
nics were held Wednesday. The
Christensons, Hadleys and King- all
picniced together at Kings.'
A little thing
not dlBtrub sonu
l.eo Root and son, Vernon, left
Tuesday for the Yakima valley,
where they will visit for a few days
with friends and relatives.
when I hey
are trying lo produce an argument.
I ii rued Tui
, Smith and children re
lay from Spokane where
wiih Mrs. Sl&ith'l ino-
Among those present at the cele-1
bration at Meacham were Mr. and j
Mrs. Dingman, who had the honor j
of seeing President Harding and his
wife, and hearing the president make
his speech, also saw the Indians pre-;
sent Mrs. Harding with a most beau
tiful hand made shawl, and Mr. I
Harding with three pairs of bead
trimmed gauntlet gloves, while 5 00
Indians danced the Tom-Tom. They
went over the Old Oregon Trail and
report the most beautiful scenery.
Mrs. Dingman has had the honor
of seeing ever president from Cleve
land to Harding, both inclusive.
We are wondering if President
Harding took due notice of all the
work that the O.W.R. & N. Co., went
to in preparation of his coming. And
did he notice that the weeds were cut
beside the track. That the white
wash crew had been out plying their
brushes; that the pump engine
was hushed at Messner while his
train slopped, lest the noise disturb
his auditory nervious system; that
every water tank along the line was
filled lest thirst overcame htm; in
fact that everything was in tip top
.shape; that not the least thing should
cause annoyance to his royal high
ness? We look into the future and
see the time when we, too, shall be
accorded such honor that our com
ing shall cause weeks of preparation.
J. C. Ballenger
Boardman - Oreg n
The UNIVERSITY ol OKLGON
The College ol Litemtuic. Science
uixd the Ails with U departments
The 'UIi-s.moi.iI vhookol Auhi
lecture nnd Allied .it.s Ilusiness
Administration Ldmntion Ciisd-
uHte Stud) Journalism I
Medicine Music l'l)uol Ldu
cntion Sex tology Extension
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The 4Slh ru (H' Septi-raher 2S. W
Tom Hendricks returned the last
pan of the week from a visit will!
relatives at Portland and McMlnn-ville.
HTell the sa the Mime of our
sor Ice nnd prices. Wo carr
u complete line of Ituililinu
.Material. Hardware and IftML
We have a large slock of
i!H lust ihe thing lor a barn
floor al a real iMirgiiin. Try
our I'reo Plan Department,
Arlington visitors the Fourth were
John denkins and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Goodwin, W. A. Good
win and Ralph Davis.
Mrs. Hnulshaw and children of
I.a Crosse, Wash., are visiting in
BOfcrdtnan. Mrs. Pr.idslinw and Mrs.
Beck of this place are sisters.
John Price and Children and Mrs.
Bice, a cousin of Mrs. Price, who
bus bOM Staying with the Prices for
several months, made the Meacham
trip and Mrs. Claude Myers went
Prof. P. J. Mulkey and wife, ac
companied by Mrs. Mulkey's mother,
were in I'oardman u short lime last
week, leaving via Ford for Salt
Lake City, expecting to return by
way of Yellowstone park.
There w ill bo a dinner at the Com
munity church Sunday, July S, after
morning services. All aie welcome.
Come with well filled baskets and
lets get acquainted with the new
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Band Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, June 28, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that George
E. Mefford, of Boardman, Ore., who
on Oct. 24, 1918, made Homestead
Entry, No. 020131, for El-2 El-2
SEl-i, being I'nit "A" Pmatilla Pro
ject, Section 14, Township 4 North,
Range 25 East Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
final Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before C.
G. Blayden. I'nited States Commis
sioner, at Boardman. Ore., on the
6th day of August, 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses: W.
G. Cohoon, J. C. Ballenger, Florence
Root and W. O. King, all of Board
man. Ore. J. M. DONNELLY,
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