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The Boardman Mirror
MARK A. Ol.KVKI.ANP. lmMlshrr
Mrs. A. T. Here-lm, lxH-al Ktlttor.
PtWKJSHED KVERY FRIDAY
J2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter Feb
11, 1921. at the postofflce al Board
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1S79
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Arthur Mefford was a Heppnor
Lowell Spagle and Albert Mefford
were In Boardman Wednesduy.
Dorothy Boarilma,n and Doris
Healey are home for the summer.
Howard Packard Is visiting rela
tives in Seatlle.
Walter Knuuff is next in line to
have a well drilled by S.- l Dock.
F B. Swayio. Hertuiston banker,
was in town Wednesday on business.
Mis. W. H. Stewart and son, Kay,
were Boardman visitors Wednesday
Mrs. A. J. iNOtttnisiiitm of Port
land Is visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Chas. Atlebury.
Earl Cramer is In town again af
ter spending a few days in Portland, j
The price of hay seems to be
picking up as Jaetv Oorham was of
fering $14 last week.
All I. O. 0. F. members are re
quested to be present at the installa
H. H. Weston is having a few acres
leveled. W. H. Mefford is doing the
Mr. and Mrs. W ilbur Johnson are
visiting at Mrs. Johnson's sister's,
Mrs. F. M. Graham's.
Miss Belle Packard and Mrs. Irene
Sprague motored to Pendleton one
day last week.
Art and Norman Bailey are spend
ing the week in Rickleton visiting
All those going to Hermiston for
. the smoker, July 3rd, leave orders
with Jack Gorham for reserved seats.
Mrs. N Macomber and Sybil
Grace are home again after spend
ing several weeks in Pilot Rock.
Dan Sullivan is in Portland on a
visit. Wilbur Johnson is relieving
him on the state highway truck
Since May 23 Mr. Blayden has
shipped out 144 ten gallon cans of
cream for the Mutual Oreameiy Co
Among those who went to Fmattlla
to see Human Wreckage were
Thyra and Thetma Reck and Roy
W. N. Bechdolt was a visitor at
the Rands and Johnson homes Wed
nesday1 and returned to Hardman
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands and
Buster took Sunday dinner with the
Word has been received from Mrs.
E. B. Crawford that sne will visit
her sister In Oregon City during
Mrs. Tom Heudrlek's returned
home Monday after visiting a week
with friends and relatives in Bickle
ton and Yakima.
Opal Wagoner motored to Hood
River Saturday and returned Monday
bringing with him Mrs. V. Keyes
and Wnhnona Rands.
Mrs. Will Cone of Moscow, Idaho,
spent a few days last week with
the Gorhams. She nnd Mrs. Gor
ham were schoolmates.
Hnrves Huff and Louise Klages
spent Sunday with Klages. coming
up Saturday evening and returning
to Dufnr Sunday evening.
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Murchle were
In Boardman a few days and took
Maxine Ballenger home with them to
stay while her parents are away.
Mr and Mrs. J. C Ballanger left
Tuesday for Yellowstone park and
other points east. They expect to
be gone ar least two week4j and
maybe two months
Clay Warren left Tuesday even
ing for Portland where he will at
tend the wedding of his sister. Miss
Winifred Warren. Nate Macomber
Is taking his place in the store.
Mrs D M. Burnett of Biggs Is
taking R. S. Davis' place at the
depot. Mr. Davis and family have
gone to Portland for the summer.
Ray Hotaling and Earl Dead man,
both of Walterviile, Ore , spent Tues
day night and Wednesday with
their old school chum, Bud Chaffee.
Mrs Shell Is enjoying a visit front
her sister. Mrs. J. T iltillack of
Pendleton. Mrs. Bullack Is on her
way home nfter spending some time
in Portland and various places in
The shower given by Mrs. T E
Broyles for Miss Belle Packard was
a complete success Many lovely
and useful rifts were given the pros
pective bride, Delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Pwkard and others
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Leo Root and family with Mrs.
Deweeso and children went to Her
miston Sunday. Mrs. M. B. Root
and baby came home with them 'to
spend the week.
Arthur and Russell Mefiord and
Leo Root are busy making concrete
blocks for Mr. Warner, who expects
to build a building lor a grocery
store for tho benefit of the tourists.
They also plan on making enough
blocks for Mr. Jenkins to build a
George Irvine, who has been run
nlng the water truck on the highway,
has been transferred to a piece of
work near Wlllaiuina, Ore. llu and
Ms family will lrave Sunday la
their new home. The Tharp's who
used to Hve here will be on the
Mrs. Bailey and son, Tom, closed
up shop ubout 5 o'clock Tuesday
evening and went with Balrd Pat
terson as fur as lone and spent the
night with Mrs. Bailey's brother,
Mr. Patterson went on to Heppner
and his wife came home with him,
after spending some time In Hepp
ner visiting friends. .
(RRIGON NEWS ITEMS
lly N. Hennum
The Melon Growers association dl
rectors held a meeting Monday even
ing and discussed various problems
and selling plans for the coming ship
ping season. Some acreage has fal
leu down on account of not being
properly protected, but more than
double the last crop Is In sight. N
Seaman & Son report their cante
loupe prospects exceptionally good
on seven acres. Several others have
very good prospects In both water
melons and cantaloupes
Cleve Adklns made a business trip
to The Dalles Wednesday.
THE QI ELLE A good place to eat
It Is eay to reach us when
you want your ri.OTIIKH
S it 1 1. mi (iunriintiHsl
IIIHTHir I TTT. oitijtioN
Mall Orders Deceive Prompt f
I I Sell
Big Parade, Games, Sports
J. C. Ballenger ::
Boardman Oregon ' '
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Patriotic Address Program
Picnic Lunch, Baseball Game, Smoker in Evening, Dance
' After Smoker.
j Bring your lunch. Everybody Cordially Invited.
tin aal dally Ui Hentembar It
Kanaai City ' HN.40
t. Louis ; 77 '
Nw York M.I.NO
Correapnndlng faraa tn other
Importml renter. Final re
turn limit October 81. 1924.
Liberal atop-over privileges
going and returning.
A aide trip to Yellowatona at
- null uddltlonal SOSt, Call on
R. S. Davis, Agt.
General l'ir :i mctr
The Highway Inn
0. H WARNER, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Cooking
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
A. Whorlhoiiso, Pros. S. A. Rossier, Vice-Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier Chas. F. Story, Ass't Cashier
EXPERT COMING TO
Will Cive Free Demonstta
tion on Wednesday and
Thursday, Julv 9 and 10
DOR ION HOTEL
from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
They Come Manv Miles to
On above date th noted ruptur
appliance .xirt. 0 K Hedllrh, will
give n free demonstration.
Vou will at once realize the differ 1
ence between his highly efficient and
modern appliance and your mall
order inefficient and harmful elastic I
bandage- tr III fitting steel or wire I
trusfoti with thalr obnoxious leg j
strap. ThM mostly mski the rup- I
ture wont lniteaj of better until at
last It gets beyond control, whereas I
Mr RMlleh'l sperlal appliances will j
give you security and comfort for;
years to come, mainly because these'
effective dcvlreK ore aclontlf (cnlly up
Iilled liv an expert In person.
llerent, often curable cates nnd es
p daily old, neglected, painful ones,
sho'tld promptly avsll theniselvea of
tli's opportunity for relief, before
work becomes Impossible and event
ually the surgeon's knife an urgent
and Itiilii'dlute necessity.
RMDWnbr that demottstratlon Is
fr on above dates only, umi that a
.: ii inu mean a great deal to you
and those dependent on you.
Home Office: 335 Boston illock,
MOT It 'K POM ITHLICATHIN'
Oepartnient of the Interior. V. 8.
Lund Office at The Dalles. Oregon.
June , 1924,
NOTICES Is hereby given that Uc
Meml, of Hoardman. Oregon, who, on
iQgttSt 'it. 1910, made Homestead
I'mry. No. 021832, for Kv W
swu, bU riut "ii" i iiuitiiiit prc
,, Section 14, Township 4, North,
limit;.' IS, Hast, Willamett,, Meridian,
ban Iliad notlre of intention to make
three yeur I'roof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
C. O. lilayden, Ignited MaVaw Cotit
misslotter, Hon id mail, Oregon, on the
22nd day of July. 1924.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Krneat Drown. Thos Miller, Ray
L. Drown. 8 B, tallranal. all of
J W. IM)NNELLY.
IN 22 Roglsler.
COMMUNITY IH Ilfll RKHVICK
.Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
f.li.i.pt, ii.rvl... 1 1 In m
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m
All ara welcome.
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WOODSON & SWEEK
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A1TOHNKY AT LAW
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Office In Court Houss
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