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The Boardman Mirror
MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE--
down and Mr. Herein going on No.
1. Mr. Kutzner went down recently
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Payne, former
Boardman residents, are living there
Edited by the High School Students
Entered as second-class matter Feb
11, 1921, at the poslofilce at Board
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
The Ladle Aid met Wednesday at
the church. A quilt was tied and
the ladies were all pleasantly sur
prised (o have refreshments served
by Mrs. Harry Warren. Some ba
zaar plans were discussed and the in
vitation again mentioned by Mrs.
Crawford for all the women to be
guests at her home on Oct. 17th,
when the West End ladies will en
tertain town and East End. Every
one is asked to be present at this all
Miss Zoe Hadley was hostess at a
jolly party last Saturday, when a
number of her old friends were asked
to he!p celebrate her 18th birthday.
She was the recipient of many pretty
gifts from her friends.
Mrs. K. F. Klltl has been having
King, and the King family were
vere case of hi vex.
Neis Chrlattanson returned last
week from Portland, where he went
to consult a physician concerning his
Injury, II was found unnecessary
to have an operation and he is great
Mamie Hango left last week for
Hood River where she will work in
the fruit. Friends here will be in
terested to know that Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Hango are again grandparents,
their daughter at Kelso being the
mother of a new son.
Truman Messenger, '24. Editor Katherine Brown, '20, Assistant Editor
Edwrnd McCMlaB, '20, Joke Editor
Mrs. Egwert of The Dalles has
come to Boardman to keep house for
W. H. Qllbretb and children.
E. T. Broyles, Belle Packard and
Edna Broyles returned last week
from a short trip to Colfax, Wash.
Boardman is emigrating to Long
View , it seems. Glial. Barnes, Tom
Dempsey and a. t. Hereim left on
Monday, Charles goiTg by niolon
cvcle, Mr. Dempsey driving a team
Mrs. W. H. Stewart enjoyed a vis
it from her father, mother and bro
ther, who motored up from Fossil.
Mr. and Mrs. Tagg, parents of Mrs.
King, andthe King family were
guests at the Christianson home on
Tuesday for dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen were hosts at
a delicious dinner on Sunday to Nick
Faler and wife and Myrtle McNeil.
Norma Gibbons was Mildred's guest
at that time also.
Mrs. Will Davis left Monday Tor
her home in Portland, alter spend
ing a few days at the Balph Davis
home helping care for Mrs. Ralph
Davis, who was quite ill for a few
days but is greatly improved now.
Mrs. Clen Brown and two young
est children returned this week from
Walla Walla and nearby points,
where they visited for a few days.
Mr. Bechdolt left Monday after a
fHort visit In Boardman. He vis
ited at the Rands and Johnson
Miss Myrtle McNeil, who Is teach-
Mng on upper Hutter creek, left last
Wednesday morning accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Faler lor Port
land, where they visited until Sun
day. Mr. Faler went down to con
sult a doctor about his back, which
Mr. Mulkey and Mr. Griggs at
tended a meeting of the High Sc:ool
Athletic association for this district
The meeting was held at Arlington
and about 20 men were there from
high schools in Gilliam. Morrow,
Wheeler and Sherman counties.
At this meeting officers were elect
ed for the coining year and i; antes
scheduled for the football season.
The list of schools that will he rep
resented in this disiriei are as fol
lows: Heppner, Lexington, one,
Boardman, Hardman. Condon. Ar
lington, Wasco, Moro and Fossil.
has been troubling htm of late so
that he suffers great pain
Glen Hadlejr, Everett Hadley and
Mr. Williamson went to Hardman
and vicinity on a hunting and pleas
ure trip last week.
The Kullinger's, who have been
visitors at the Garrett home for no
past week, left Saturday for their
home at Eagle Creek.
The high school and some of the
'grade boys have cleared a ttew foot-i
ball field south of the school build
ing. This is much more convenient
for practice than the old grounds,
and adds to the appearance of the
Boardman Hi plays lone football
here at Boardman, Saturday, Oct. c,
at 3 p. ni. shar.p Be on hand
has entered the 8th
Basil Cramer and Dale Cox left
school Thursday. They are going to
Leila Barlow, a freshman, left
school last Friday. She will enter
school at Heppner.
Earl Cramer sold his truck to
Lauren Cummins this week. Mr.
Cramer and family plan to leave this
week for the Valley.
Poetry by the Joke Editor
f'.vas a cold wintry day in summer;
The trees were lovely and bare;
!li a hung in the blazing sun
In the valley of who knows where.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Messenger and
daughters had a pleasant trip to Sun
nysWe last Saturday, returning on
Mr and Mrs. J. P. Hadley are here !
from Hardman and will spend the1
winter with their son, Glen Hadley. '
Buster Rands was a Hermlston
visitor Tuesday, where he had some
dental work done with Dr. Prime.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bleabman of
Hardman motored down on Friday'
and visited at the Glen Hadley home. '
They drove to Paterson on Saturday
for fruit, returning to Hardman on'
n the bus on the East End. (Just
passed over a bump.) Frances G.
Voice from the front: "Well, most
likely he did."
Clara: "Keep your eyes open
Clara: "Why, so you can see."
If any one wants to study astron
omy first-handed come out and play
football. (By one who knows.)
COMMUNITY t'HUIU'H SERVICE
Sunday School 10:30 a. in.
Church Service 11:30 a. m.
Christian Etideavor 7:30 p. in.
All are welcome.
REV. It. S. HUGHES, Pastor.
Everything in the store tor sale
HONEY RAISING SALE!
Truman: "That horse knows as
much as I."
Howard P.: "Well, better keep
still, you might want to sell him
Mr. Griggs: "When your wife
starts to talk does she know when
Mr. Mulkey: "I don't know yet:
I have only been married nine years'.'
Mr. Griggs (at breakfast): "I've!
got a bad head this morning."
Miss Wolf: "I hope you'll he
aide to shake it off."
Zoe Hadley, representing the sen
freshlls quite a bjt, at least one of
Dr. A. H. Johnston
Physcian and Surgeon
Office phone M 151 Res. M 332
Calls answered at all hours
In Boardman Wednesday and Satur
S. E. NOTSON
A T T O R N E Y - A T -LAW
OfUce in Court House
HEPPNER - - - OREGON
You can fieng
on your own
you start now!
Ac. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
J. C. Ballenger
Altho Christmas is only 90 days
away there Is k til 1 chance for you to
enjoy it in a home of your own.
Probably none of our Holidays is
more of a home day than Christmas
and sure it is that a home of your
own adds to the pleasure of the day.
Let the Tum-A-Luni plan your
Christmas home. Come see us and
we will tell you all about our Free
plan and .Service offer.
WOODSON & SWEEK
0. H WARNER, Proprietor
$10,000 must be raised as quickly as possible
BOARDMAN TRADING COMPANY :: BOARDMAN, OREGON
SALE STARTS MONDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
SALE STARTS MONDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
After making a survey of the situation we find that we have a large number of accounts on our books that are ?
a long time past duo. Also we are owing to wholesale houses accounts which are due and THEY ARE DE
MANDING THEIR MONEY. In order to raise the money, and raise it ouicklv. and in order to satisfv our cred
itors, we have decided upon this GIGANTIC SALE. All goods will be sold for cash during this sale and prices J
will hp cut to the minimum.
Attend the big sale. Never before and never again such bargains. Buy where your money does double ser
vice, Note the high class merchandise at such astonishingly low prices. Come prepared for the biggest bar
gains of the year.
Wholesome Home Cooking
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
BeloW are a few of the many Bargains we are offering du ring this big Sale:
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. S. A. Rossier, Vice-Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier Chas. F. Story, Ass't Cashier
ARLINGTON - - . OREGON
PURE CANE SUGAR
B pounds for IKS cents
$10.;$.-) PER SACK
Best Hard Wheat Flour
49 pound sack, $1.79
CRYSTAL WHITE 6 bars for Sf
WHITE WONDER 6 bars for .V
PALM Ol.lVE 3 bars forSSa
CITRUS WASHING Powdi.i; 27c
Macaroni, fine cut. 7 pounds for 40c
RICE. Hluu ltouc, head, 7 pounds fur 4.lc
CARNATION or HOHDEN'S Xlil.K, 3 cans ....84
SMALL WRITS HE A Ns, I pounds for 48c
1MNK 11 KAN'S. ' pounds for 4c
MIXED li ED MEANS, ti pounds Tor UM'
!i pound sack KOI. I.ED OATS 50c
! pound suck GliAHAM ... 4N-
9 pound sack CORN MEAL Mel
9 pound suck KAIilNA 08c
1 pound can POUK & DEANS, 2 for 21c !
AROO OLOSS STARCH, package 18c,
ELASTIC STARCH, package 18c
t pound SCHILLING'S BAKING POWDSR....Me I
U iii. SCHILLING'S HAKIM; POWDBSj 11.89
I pound M J 11 or C.OLDEN WEST COl'KEK 4;5c
I pound M J It or GOLDEN WEST 91.10'
i pounds --....91.08
a pound GOLDEN WEST TEA RSc
1 pound oik
's pound GUNPOWDER TEA (bulk) 115c
1 pound 4th'
1 pound GHlltARDELLPS ground Chocolate 8.V
H cans CORN, DEANS or 1'EAS 08c
IM lb. eta SOLID PACK TOMATOES, 2 for 8.V
No. 5 pail LARD 89r
No. 10 !.
Missosund Children's Hose, black, all sizes. ...19c
Misses Cotton and Wool Mixed Socks, 3 pair $1.00
Men's Khaki ARMY COATS, small sizes BSC
Tins' Wool and Cotton KNEE PANTS 1.10
KEROSENE GLASS LAMPS, coinplete..08c
JAP COTTON CREPE, all colors, yd 21c
HOPS MUSLIN, yd 18c!
2 7 inch White OUTING FLANNEL, heavy yd 21c'
1 Lot PEIU'ALES, 36-in. wide, yd 28c
DRESS GINGHAMS, yd 18c;
Men s Blue Rlfa Heavy Denim OVERALLS . ..1.70
Hear? Triple Plate Tin STEW PANS with
long handles. 40c
-illon Galvanized Oil CA'S...
and hundreds of other articles in the following lines: DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE.
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES, SHOES. MEN'S HATS and CAPS, TIRES and TUBES; also a mixed car
load of FEED which will be sold at greatly reduced prices.
Boardman Trading Co. Boardman, Oregon
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The Best is none too ood
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