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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1924)
MARK A. CTjEVRLAND, iniblisher
Mrs. A. T. Herelm, Local Editor.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
J2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE-
Entered as second-class matter Feb
11, 1921, at the postofflce at Board
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1879
Dan Ransier is sporting a lovely
new big car.
Mrs. Tom Dempsey was a Boardman
Roy Dompsy left last week for Kel
so, to visit his father.
MIsa Louise Klages Is visiting at
Dufur for a fegr days.
Esther Imus Is spending the week
at the Alex and Warren homes.
H5 M Uellun is bak to attend
Kchool after spending the summer in
Shell's have enjoyed a visit from
Mrs. Shell's son-in-law, H. McDonald,
of Bend, Ore.
Claud Myers returned Sunday from
Kalaina, where he has been visiting
his aged parents.
It Is reported that R. Loves, P. De
maris and O. Kosar have purchased
B Star car jointly.
J. C. Ballenger left Tuesday for
Seaside, Mrs. Ballenger and Maxine
will return with him.
J. T. Healey and family motored
to Arlington Monday. Dorothy Board
man accompanied them.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Mulkey and
family were dinner guests at the
Healey home last Thursday.
Jack Oorhani has been on (he sick
list this week. Too much picnic.
Win. Lower left Sunday for his old
home In Missouri for a short visit.
Mrs. Dlngmon and Mrs. O'Donnell
drove to Irrigon Tuesday for grapes.
Miss Genevieve (lorger returned
home Monday after several week! at
Mrs. L. V. Root drove to Echo
Sunday taking Mr. Root back to his
Mr. and Mrs. Dlngmon went to the
picnic Sunday with the Russells and
all ate dinner with the Wicklanders
Mrs. W. O. King and Mrs. Glen Had
ley will entertain jointly at Ladle
Aid Sept. 3 at the King home.
Mrs. Lela Breeding and children
left this week for their home in Mc
Minnvllle after spending the sum
mer at the home of her sister, Mrs
Chaffees are dismantling the big
hay warehouse which they purchased
some years ago and plan to build a
home on their lots near those of
COMMUNITY (JHT7KCH SERVICF
All are welcome.
10:30 a. m
11:30 a. m
.. 7:30 p. m
REV. B. H. HUGHES, Ir stor..
IMI'liOVKI) CONCOItl) Cli.AI'IOS for
sale. L. D. BALING, Irrigon, Ore.
The Highway Inn
0. H WARNER, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Gooking
Best place to eat between The Dalles and
NEWS ITEMS !f
"Oldest Bank in Gilliam County"
Founded in 1888
A. Wheelhouse, Pres. S. A. Bossier, Vice-Pres.
H. M. Cox, Cashier ("has. F. Story, Ass't Cashier
The Best is none too good
Try our Sherwin-Williams paints
and varnishes. There is none bet
We ha ve a complete line ot
Cedar Flume Stock
Cement, Lime, Wood, Coal, Posts
W. A. MURCHIE
Geo. E. Hendricks made a trip to
Portland last week, returning Sunday.
Mr). M. F. Viadsworth went to ITo'
Lake to visit. Mr. Wadvorth Tuepd v i
mornning, returning that evening. !
Miss Sue Embrey arrived from
Richmond, Kentucky Wednesday!
morning. She is an aunt of Mre j
Wadsworth and will .stay with her for J
Mrs. Pearl Potts who has been the
guest of her father and r.iother, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Caldwell for the pa: t
veek or ten days, returning Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. McCarter hav
moved from the pumping plant, to
Hood River for the time being. They
have rented a place at Boardman on
which they will move later.
Since the nearby markets 'lave b -come
more cluttered vith outside
stuff, a car of Irrigon watermelons
including about forty crates, Pride of
Irrigon cantaloupes was shipped to
Portland Sunday. The reports are
that they have taken the top price in
Portland same as former years anil
the surplus cantaloupes are now be
ing shipped to Portland to supply the
better trade there. This means much
as the government reports show any
where from 6 to 20 cars of canta
loupes in Portland market daily and
usually more of watermelons. The
Inferior quality stuff will not pay for
freight or express charges. The Dalles
melons have made their appearances
in some of the closer towns but are
not selling readily on account of their
small size and quality.
S. E. NOTSON
A T T O H N E Y - A 1 - h A W
Office in Court House
HEP'I'NE.; - - - OREGO.N
WOODSON & SWEEK
A. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I J. C. Ballenger J
U el I y-Sirii infields are among the
Oldest Mid best known tin's on the
The) liae always hail a repot. i Hon
lor giving exceptional luih'ag, mid
The Kelly tin of today are ,-u
finest that kelly Uns over built.
They are ttMagtr, Sturdier, will
Stand mOTe punishment and -ive
more inflfsTs than the tires iihii
which Kelly reputation was tmili.
The) usel tO be a little higher priced
than other tires, but now reduced
prices are In effect, OB account of
larger factory facilities .and li. me
the costs no more thUH oilier lire
which hne never b 'me the Kelly
He sell Kelly-Springfield tires be-
osssN we betters they eUl give our
customers tb,. SSOSt nsUesfe and the
service :il lowest ost.
Iff ' MJL
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824 to 8S0 Mam Street
Vft &s If 1 '
12? Ai . . 11. "57"
For Schc&l Gtrls
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Durable High Shoes with
imitation tip, double welt
sole, and rubber taps on
2'.'. to 7
0'. ; . " :-i Sclioo! Dresses
I"kw Styles Splendid Values
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Two numbers especiali;
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Pret'y new dresses for school wear, made of good quality
ginghams in a varied assortment of colors and patterns, all well
made in attractive new styles Many display touches of hand
embroidery or are trimmed in contracting colors. Sizes 7 to 14
Linen paper, ruled or un
ruled. Pocket size. 44 sheets.
For School Use
Cedar Lead Pencils with
rubboi tip. Unly
For School Children
Pen Holders with cork or
rubber tips. Only
True Blue School Blouses
They're the Boys' Delight!
"True Blue" (registered trade-mark) Blouses are
known for their resistance to wear and to be the ut
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are cut full, nice
ly made and serve
There are iolid blue and gray chambrays, a,orted striped
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wide enough to insure pleasing evry boy.
Extra heavy cotton ribbed
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For Boys and Yoiith
Smart looking, black dress
Shot l. Tip, Half rubber
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Size 3'ixlO, containing
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Sise 8x10 confining 36
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Suits for Boys
..170 shoots, good quality
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.. 130 sheots, good quality
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Bettor clothes for bos are
made but not at $9.90
there's unmistakable evidence
in these Suits of the large
buying power of our several
hundreds of stores. Some
thing like 50,000 boys will
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Fall more than likely your
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Good, serviceable, stylish
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