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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1923)
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
ljSk'TH E AT RE"
BHOATTWAY AT V&M
Complete Change Saturday, Adults, Wek
day Matinee, 20c; Evenings, 39c. Continu
ous 1 to 11 p. m. Children 10 cents all times,
Webber Academy of Music
Hal A. Webber, Principal. 151 Fourth St.,
viuiia, x-iano, canjo, baxaphunc
Fhone MAin 5080
ijWH' Shipherd's Mineral Springs
'' '" W HAROLD BAIN, Manager Canon, Waahlngton
" "' ' '' t An Ideal Winter Resort. Special Winter Rates.
Rto. vcwi'-'n Routes s. p, & s. Local from Portland to Car-
mSm,! 'IU USnh'tl Wafiil Kon' Wash. By Auto to Cascade Locks via Co-
PLJ!ffi-.''' ' himbia Highway. By Auto via the North Bank
ifAftTSli A ' .JSi Highway. Hotel American Plan, Modern Hotel
Ma 3t9tetfWL Sh Accommodations. Baths Hot Mineral Baths: Cute
S'iki' '34jfiSjjM fJ3H f"r Rheumatism, Liver, Kidney and Stomach
.-. ; g??9k.W BmB Troubles: Skin Diseases. Hunting and Fishing.
CASH FOR CREAM
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO., Portland.
''"Mir"" '"" " r ii i ! ii i ii aiSTtiSiBiaMaiip?i
Page & Son
Write us for prices and market conditions on
Veal, Hogs, Poultry, Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc
Forty Years in the Same Location.
Kxpert examination free All work guaranteed
Sensible prices. We specialize in Complete
Overhauling and Cylinder Grinding.
Anderson & Mayer Garage and Machine Shop
Just off Washington tit., 4ti-48 N. 20th, Portland
T-Tfyf-pl rrlfrvn Most Homelike Hotel in Portland
ilU LVl,Vjai 1 tVJll PopuIar RateS-Fire Proof Building
Ith nnd Washington
Victor Brandt. Prop.
Harry Fletcher. Mgr
Cut, seam, hem and machine
nlnHt iikirtN ritfuiv for hlld.
Hemstitching, picoting nnd tucking.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFQ. CO
85 -4 Fifth St, Portland. Ore.
Sanitary Beauty Parlors We fix you up,
we make all kinds of Hair floods of your
combings, .loin onr School of Beauty Culture.
400 to 414 Dckum Bldg., Phone Broadway
6902, Portland, Oregon.
By GRACE E. HALL
BRAZING, WELDING CUTTING
Northwest Welding & Supply Co., 88 1W ;Bt.
CUT'PLOWERS T FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists. 27 Morrison St.
FARM FOR RENT
Near Beaverton, die.. 110 .teres farm,
all level, rich soil, lfiii nrres under plow,
50 acres in meadow, Kood houses ana
barns, good roads, cash rent. Strong
MacNaughton, 701 Corbett Building
GLASSES WILL SAVE YOU R EYES
aTSW Kxpert tittinir at lowest prices. All
fSjaK styles of Glasses. Lenses duplicated
B&F from broken pieces. Mail in your bro
"" ken (classes. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Dr. A. E. Hurwitz. 2ZS First St., Portland. Ore.
Protect that Idea with a United States
Patent. Olhers have made fortunes out of
Patents. Why not you ? Thomas Bilyeu, 202
Stevens Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Marry if Lonely; most successful "Home
Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential; reli
able; years experience: descriptions free,
"The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash, Boa 656,
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Burnside street, Port
Sent Free on Request A handy illustrated Recife
Book, explaining more than 50 different ways of pre
paring delicious, inexpensive macaroni dishes.
PORTER-SCARPELLI MACARONI CO.
Kenton Station, Portland, Oregon.
A Good Job With Steady Work
Paper making offers a good opportunity to
strong, in toi gent, sober men between the ages of
21 and 50 sure pay and steady work.
Meals 35c each. Plenty to eat aud excellent
cooking. Company hotel.
Supply beds 25c, 30c and 40c.
Free hot and cold baths tubs and showers.
Worthy, faithful employees have good chance
Positions given free on application you pay
no fee for your job. Employment Office at Camas,
Washington and 209 Commonwealth Bldg., Port
Crown Willamette Paper Co.
Order First Class Stock
FRUIT, NUT, ORNAMENTAL TREES
Salem Nursery Company
428 Oregon Bid?.. SALEM. OREGON.
Can Assign to Good Territory.
'"PVAS a little vine-wreathed cot-
Just within the edge of town,
Roses clung to eaves and trellis,
And their petals drifted down,
While a tragic scene was acted
Just inside the cozy room,
Where a man and woman labored.
Lost to morning cheer and bloom ;
Gathered here and there the objects,
Dear mementoes now forlorn
Of the day they entered gaily
On their happy wedding morn.
From the wall he took a picture.
From a shelf she lifted books.
Silently they stripped the cottage,
Leaving bare Its pleasant nooks;
Eyes and voices cold and lifeless,
Each avoided other's way,
Soon they cleared the little parlor
Of the tilings they'd meant to stay;
When, from out a crowded trunk-till
Tumbled something small and white,
And a tlood of burning tear-drops
Uld the object from their sight.
Just a baby's shoe, quite shapeless,
With a hole in one wee toe,
But it told a heart-break story
Of their dreams of long ago ;
Each one stooped to grasp the token
That was lying on the floor.
And nt last two hearts were broken
From their Icy chill once more;
Sobbingly two voices miugled
In a name that came to mind.
While hands clasped o'er a baby's shoe
That Fate had chanced to find I
t by Dodd, Mead & Company.)
That Fit None Better
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third St.
GOING TO BUILD?
We have hundreds of plans at $10.00 and up. Send
us a sketch of the home you want and we will sub
mit Bimilar specimen plans. No obligation except
to return plans if not suitable.
O. M. AKERS
DesiRnintr and Drafting. 011-12 Couch Bui'ding,
' .2! j :'.-
(LICENSED UNDEft PAT NQ 90857O
1000 miles to a gallon of oil and perfect com
pression Kuaranteed or your money refunded plus
i,2.irf pwr cylinder. The only rings with a real
THE LUCKEY-HUGHSON CO., Inc.
Piston Rintf Headquarters.
4M Burnside Street. Portland, Ore
EVAN G. HOUSEMAN
Electronic Method of ABRAMS
Phone Main 2963.
; Yamhill at Tenth.
We Specialize in
Hides Pel s, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Grape Root. Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tags & latest Price List
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
106 UNION AVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Branch at Pocatello. Idaho
Send for our
Free Catalogue Fall
and Winter 1923-24
Tt will save you money when you
want Sheepllned Coata, Leather Coats,
Leather Vesta, Mackfnaws, Solid Lea.
Guaranteed Shoes, All Leather Lep:
pings, Army and Commercial Wool
underwear, A 11 -Wool Sox, Rubber
Boots, and Genuine O. D. Army
Illanketa. Satlafaction Guaranteed or
It,.. Outdoor Store ot t 'ortlaiid .O: .
94 THIRD ST -COR. STAAK.
Tn Tortland stop at the
446 Washington St., cor. 12th
New Management Aug. Kratz, Mgr.
Strictly first class and fire proof.
In the shopping and theatre district.
Rates, Single, without bath, $1.50 up;
with bath $2.00 up; Double, without bath,
$2.00 up; with bath $2.50 up.
Special weekly rates.
CHOOSE YOUR STUDY
A position for each graduate. Write u today.
Aliaky Building, Portland. Oregon.
BUY TI E BIST HORSE COLLAR MADE
All long rye straw stuffed.
Insist on having the collar
with the "Fish'' Label. If
yotw dealer doea not handle
this brand collar, write to ua
P. SHARKEY A SON
53 Union Av., Portland, Ore.
Doors and Windows
Hot-bed sash, mouldings, cupboard doors, flour
bins, sash for sleeping porches, millwork, glass,
roofing. See our odd stocks of sash and doors for
D. B. SCULLY & CO.,
Downtown Lumber Store, 171 Front street, be
tween Morrison and Yamhill. Main 4213
Rebuilt Denby Trucks
are guaranteed for 90 days.
Parts and service fur all models.
Dfnby Motor Truck Corp.
10th and Davis Portland, Ore
New and used for all makes autos and trueka.
Mail orders filled. PORTLAND AUTO WRECK
ING CO.. 531 Alder street. Portland. Ore. Iir 5241
A complete stork of all models Coupes, Sedans.
Tourings, Roadsters. Trices. $N5.00 and up. If
you want junk, don't come: if you want a good
car, we have it. Easy Terms. FARNHAM &
WILLIAMS. (Inc.) 28 N. 11th. Ret. Hurimide &
Couch st. Portland. Oregon. Rdy :1J14
Man's Restricted Vision.
Man's point of view is too restricted,
his judgment too uncertain, to enable
him to pronounce wisely upon the
bearing and value of providential
events. Me should bow to superior
wisdom rather than rebel.
Some of the earliest of the fresh
vegetables that reach snowbound
American markets come from the Isle
of Pines, which was once notorious
as a rendezvous for Caribbean pirates.
Oysters Are Changeable.
It is known that each individual
oyster changes its sex at different pe
riods, but the authorities do not yet
agree as to the sex with which the
oyster starts its life.
No matter howchropic or setere
your Piles ma, be, I Gl'MUE
to permanently cure tot witnout otet
a tan, winjety. afjertutie oi pais.
sntaioo-T fob free bom
2ND AND MORRISON PORTUND.OWEGON
HIGH QUOTATIONS MISLEADING
lfic trimmed by a commission makes tha pric
lower than our net prices.
Bring or ship us your poultry and see the differ
RUBY & CO.,
215 FRONT ST., COR. SALMON, Portland
Gives smooth Gliding fin
ish to hard or soft-wood
NO ACID, GREASE OK
Your druggist has it. Tf
not, send ur stamps, 'be
for one-pound package
First Baby Carriage Made for Duke in 1780
Cost to Feed Mongrels.
It does not cost any more to feed
pure breds tlum il does the mongrel
or mixed type. In Hie case of the
mongrels there is no uniformity In
size, sbnpe or color of the eggs and
they will never bring a premium for
hutching purposes, as do the eggs ot
Mash for Young Ducks.
Young dinks should be fed a mash
without the grain ration until they
are well niMlured. An important part
of the ration is a good grit.
Mot Cleanest Man.
If you g into a innn's cow stable
and find everything In a filthy condi
tion you are safe to make the guess
that the fe'iow himself is not the
cleanest man in tl.e world.
Planning Dairy Barn.
Forget that yoti need exercise when
planning the dairy farm. Cut out
every step you can.
Tractor and Work.
Take care of the tractor and the
tractor will take care of the work.
London. The first baby carriage
was built In 1780 for the Infant daugh
ter of the fifth duke of Devonshire,
Samuel J Sewell said recently in a
lecture before the Society of Arts in
London. This first baby carriage la
still preserved at Chafsworth. Eng
land. It was built by a coachmaker.
It Is estimated that there are now
8,000,000 baby carriages In England
and that about 80,000 are discarded
Findf Huge Fir Tree.
Portland. Ore. In Josepniue coun
ty, L. E. Wilkes, surveyor, came across
a Douglas fir of immense proportions
Measured ot breast height the tree wan
38 feet 8 inches In circumference. at
about 12 feet 2 laches In diameter.
Drowns in Goldfish Bowl.
Lodl, Cal. Itemns Hoffer, one-year-old
son of Jacob Hoffer, wealthy Tine
yardlst of this city, drowned In n
goldfish bowl in his home here. The
child's mother found him head first in
the bowl, which contained about four
Inches of water.
he Young Lady
Across the Way
IL . Il l
The young lady across the way says
she certainly admires the person who
gives Just for the sake of giving, with
out any desire to get any credit for It,
and who merely signs his charity
checks A Friend.
The bravest battle that ever wai
Slia.ll I tell you where and wlien7
On the maps of the world you will And
"l'nas fought by the mothers of men.
Nay, not with cannon or battle shot.
With aword or nobler pen.
Nay, not with eloquent word or thought.
From tha mouths of wonderful men.
But deep In tho walled-up woman'i
Of wotni . that would not yield,
Hut bravely . silently, bora her part,
Lo! there Is the battlefield."
GOOD EATS FOR THE FAMILY
ANY fresh fish may be baked in the
following manner ; but halibut Is
especially good :
Baked H 'but.
Arrange six slices of salt pork In
a dripping pan. Cover with one
sliced onion and add a bit of bay
leaf. Wipe two pounds of halibut
and place on the pork and onion.
Cover with a paste prepared with
three lablespoonfuls each of butter and
Hour mixed together- Over all sprinkle
three-quarters of a cupful of buttered
cracker crumbs and arrange Ove strips
of pork over the crumbs. Hake 50
minutes. Serve with a sauce from
two tablespoonfuls of fat In the pan,
two tablespoonfuls of flour, on cup
ful of milk. Season well to taste
and serve garnished with lemon and
Teaching Songs of Wild Birds.
In one English school the children
are taught the songs of the various
wild birds by means of phonograph
These are nice with a cup of tea or
as a supper dish. Cut stale bread In
one-quarterlnch slices, spread with
Uutter and sprinkle with salt and
cayenne. I'ut a sllee of cheese be
tween each two slices of bread and
fry In a little buttrr until delicately
browned on both sides.
Strain the Juice from a pint of oys
ters, cut the oysters fine and return to
i he liquor, add two bent'-n eggs, one
teaspoonful of salt, a dash of cayenne,
and enough cracker crumbs to mix Into
croquette Dip Into egg nnif crumb
and fry In hot fat. Serve with cabbage
1121. W.nfru NlHIIUH tBloa)
OljlAlij XI aa W aw
t IN BRIEF.
Baker. A silver gray fox farm Is
tire latest enterprise to be launched
in Baker valley, plans for which are
now definitely arranged.
Hillsboro.J. T. Young of this city
lias received a 55-year Oddfellow jewel,
hnving been a member of tho lodge
for more than 55 years. He is the
only one in Washington county to re
ceive this honor and is one of 20 in
Grants Pass. -Tho Tokay grape crop
of the Grants Pass district again is
moving, after having been held up by
the rain for several weeks. The
seventh car of grapes went out Satur
day, billed for Portland) where the
majority of the grapes have been sold.
Toledo.--During the last week two
limber deals in the Siletz district of
this county were consummated, total
ing an exchange of $'J4,0l)0 for about
1000 acres of excellent fir and spruce.
Sheridan. A large cash land deal
that forecast important timber davel
opment was completed tins week in
the transfer of 261 acres of stock and
limber land to 1). C. Kirby, local mill
operator. The deal was said to have
been the largest all-cash deal of this
vicinity reported in several month!,
Jphn Day. Mount Vernon vicinity
is astir since the burning of the Range
BChoolhOUse, which is t ho second struc
ture to be destroyed there in the past
year. The first was duo to incendiar
ism, it is believed, Bloodhounds sent
here front the Walla Walla peniten
tiary have given the officials a new
Salettt. In an effort to prevent the
spiead of diphtheria In the Bnglewood
district, cultures of throats of all pu
pils and teachers in the schools there
will be taken this week by local health
authorities. This action has the sup
port of the slate board of health, the
members of which are co-operating in
Salem. H. S. Gile & Co. has receiv
ed an order for 500 cases of evaporat
ed prunes from Calcutta, India. These
prunes will bo packed in SH'POUnd
cant and labeled with the Hunter
brand of tins Willamette Valley Prune
association. Similar orders have been
received from France and many other
Grants Pass. The Oregon eaves re
sort has been (dosed for the season.
It will open again May 15. The entire
staff has been withdrawn and the
lodge boarded up to Withstand the
snows of this winter. A total of 14,
549 visitors went through t ho cavern
this summer, exceeding the estimated
attendance by about 2000.
Hood River. The crews of the Gil
pin Construction company, engaged on
the interstate bridge over the Colum
bia hero, have made rapid headway
the last week because ot tho fine
I weather. Perfect calm prevailed and
no wind up the Columbia interfered
with I heir crews engaged in sinking
piles or coffer dams for piers.
Corvallis. Dr. M. A. Jull, senior
poultry husbandman, bureau of animal
industry, Washington, D. C, inspected
the college poultry department Friday.
Three Barred Plymouth Rock male
birds were selected from tho college
Hot k by Dr. .lull to be sent to tho gov
ernment poultry farm at Bnltavlllc,
Md.i where they will be used In gov
ernment breeding experiments.
Portland, Portland's new million
dollar Elks' temple is rapidly Hearing
completion and tenative plans have
been made to move tho personal ef
fects of Portland lodge, No. 142, and
lo dedicate the now temple. Decent
her 2li Is tho tentative date for the
dedication of the temple with a recep
tion on December 10 and SI followed
at night with a dedicatory ball which
promises to be I lie outstanding rsew
Year's ove event in Portland.
Pendleton. Approximately $2:10,000
of county money has been spent In
Umatilla county this year for the con
struction of new market roads and the
re pall and maintenance of roads anil
county bridges, according to Lee Shan
nun, c ounty roadmaster. Of this sum,
11(0,000 has been spent for market
road work and $100,000 represents the
expenditures already made, or In pros
pact, from the. general fund. A total
of about 21 Vi miles of market roads
has been built.
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Take it home to
Have a packet in
your pocket for an
t. delicious confec
tion and an aid to
the teeth, appetite,
Sealed in its
Hard to Choose Wisdom's Course.
It takes courage to throw one's self
forward, hut no less to hold one's self
back. Sometimes it is more noble to
suffer in silence that to act. Wise is
tho man who knows which eourso to
pursue when he must choose. Grit.
A. J. U. writes: "Your reply to W.
IT. solves my problem. Ten days ago
I made a trip, feeding our eighteen-months-old
child kept hot in a vacuum
bottle for six hours." Syracuse Post-Standard.
H. H. Dick
' W -lite
If You're Rundown with
Lowered Vitality, Try This:
Portland, Oreg. "I don't believe
I would be alive today were it
not for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery. Two years ao I
disposed of my ranch and came
here to he near our children, for
1 had been sick for over a year, not
able to do anything, and never had
a moment's freedom from pain.
I had headaches, sharp and shoot
ing pains all thru my body. I
felt miserable and low-spirited for
1 could get nothing to help me. A
friend said, 'Why don't you try
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery it may help you.' I tried
it, and now feel greatly indebted to
my friend for recommending it to
me. Three bottles of this wonder
ful medicine drove all the aches
and pains out of my body and, so
far, they have not returned." H.
li. Dick', 649 Umatilla Ave.
Obtain Dr. Pierce's Discovery
Dow in tablets or liquid, You will
quickly feel the beneficial effect.
Write Dr. Pierre, President Inva
lids' Hold in Buffalo, N. Y for free
medical advice. Send 10c if you
wish a tri:il pkf. of the Tablets.
Origin of Yard.
It Is said that tho yard was origi
nally defined by royal decree as tho
length Of the arm of King Henry I.
Tho British yard Is now tho distanco
uto 02 degrees F., between two lines
on a bronze bar kept at the Standards
office, Westminster, London.
The English Language.
The English language is spoken by
more people than any other. Tho num
ber exceeds 1 50,000,000. Next comes
German, spoken by 120,000,000; then
Russia, by 90,000,00 and then French
Stray Bits of Wisdom.
Life is like a sleep. Old men aro
thosci who have slept the longest time;
whe n t he y wake up the'y find It Is time
to die. -La Bruyere.
of the State
tion, has announced the dates for the
Oregon meeting as December 11 and
12 The dates were chosen In Order
lo conform with the schedule of LBS
committee of the American Honey
Produces' IsaQe. which Is routing
some nationally known speakers for
western meetings. Hermiston has
been chosen for tho convention be
cause L'mutilla county Is the largest
honey producing county tn the state,
and Hermiston the center of the district.
A telegram she has to write always
commands a woman's respect. Any
ililng that can limit her to ton words
Is not to be sneeeel at.
Quitter Never Wins.
Don't be a Quitter. Most all suc
cessful men could have succeeded in
being rank failures had they quit at
the right time.
le needed in every department of house
keeping, i .! illy good fur lowele. table
linen, elierta and pillow caeea. Grorcra
Are You Satisfied?
Is the hlgireat, mont perfectly eejulpped
Hiiimieiea TriOiiIng H. houl In the Nurth-
w.-t Kit '"'i f tor 11 Mather position
with mere money. Permanent positions
assured our tlrHduates
Write for catavloa K'oui U, unu a .until
P. N. U.
No. 44, 1923