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BOARDMAN, MORROW COUNTY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17,
Thomas Nelson Perkins
Good bye friends!
With this issue the fou-
(:' !iit and vc
uue henceforth (and
v hope) under the
sincere regret that we
M?k on -the Mirror, For
ii'i3 we have printed the
k has been
ill always hi
There is a report thai Thomas Nil
son Perkins of Boat on may be invited
lo lill a vacancy on the reparations
commission to represent the United
States. He is a lawyer and a brother
of .lames Ji. Perkins, New York
By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK
Dean of Men, University of
(TX7'll.T a wonderful man George
"v Newton is," an acquaintance
of mine said to me when I was in Cali
fornia this summer.
I had known George well half a
dozen years or so ago, and so 1 was
"Yes?" I said inquiringly. "What
wonderful thing is be doing now?"
"He has sttcb enthusiasm; he's al
ways pushing something." And then
he went on to tell tne of a scheme In
which George was interested ami
which involved the expenditure of
many thousands of dollars.
"How much Is George putting Into
It?" I asked.
"Well, I don't know that he has in
vested anything," wfis the reply; "he's
Just promoting the scheme."
I recalled that while in college h
was a sort of social and political pro
moter. If there was a dance to he
given, or loot to be distributed, be
always managed to get onto the com
mittee; he was keen for every enter
prise '.ha. presented itself, but be
nhvays saw to it that someone else
paid the bills. No one was more eagei
than be to send the band to Columbus
or Madison or to put on a monster
celebration at homecoming, but it was
the faculty, or the merchants of the
town, or the alumni of Chicago, or the
Salvation Army who in his mind
should assume the responsibility for
payment, not Oeorge, His shekel!
were reserved for the promotion of
his own personal pleasure. He never
"chipped In," he never planked down
the cold cash to further the worthy
enterprises which he advocated. He
furnished the enthusiasm, the wind,
as It were, and he expected the other
man to shell out the money. I was
Interested to see that long after he
was out of college he held to the same
My father used to say that what we
believed In and what we belonged to
we ought to be willing to pay for.
It Is a long time since he first
preached the do trine to me. but 1
have come to believe he Is right. Edu
cation, religion, ideals are worth all
that they cost, and the more we pay
for them the more they mean to OS.
What we pay little for we are likely
to value lightly.
Any enterprise which we support
rises in our estimation. The more wt
give, the more we sacrifice, the more
we love the tiling for which we havi
(, ISM, McClure N"pper Syndicate )
SUCH IS LIFE
3 CHEERS 4
with the publication.
We feil that the Miror will be ir
Ourrey has gro
irande Observer for year,
Huntington lias owned
t different times the Vab
ind the fiaker Daily Her
novf giving Arlington the
lie ever had. Mr. Cuwoy i.
ibly assisted by Sirs. Carrey who i..
eminently qualified for any and al!
tasks which come lo the newspaper
Within the next few weeks I shall
try io see everyone on the project,
' order io bring the subscription
iist up to date and add as many new
names OS possible before turning over
the list to the new owner.
Wishing you all good luck and God
jles you. au revoir.
MASK A. CLEVELAND.
IG SPEAKER COMING
Governor Frank 0. Low
lep will speak in Pendleton
n the evening of October
25th at 7 :30. Mr. Lowden is
Me of. the biggest men in
he United States and will
ie worth going miles to hear
Simple Dav Dresses
Sure of Approval
The pretty wearer of this demure
daytime frock may not know just
where she is going before the day If
ovi but she is on her contented way
Wherever she may find herself thert
Is one thing that she may be sure oi
and that is the fitness of her drest
for nil usual daytime requirements
It Is made of crepe satin in tlw
Stralgbt-llne mode, and has a panel at
the front of the material laid In im
peccable knife plaits, flu-re Is t
girdle, also made of the-muterlyl. It
is used as a covering for cord, whiol
Is worked up into small medallion
and sewed together. Such a frock
makes a background for p--etty acces
sories as costume jewelry and neck
pieces that tone it up when neces
sary, and almost any sort of hat lookt
well with it.
UV A TOG H IG 15H
Goiii 0 or tlie Top at the Exposition I
A m fH ri ' I?.!' 1 !
variety of performance and exec;,
leice by no oilier horje show ,a
Ih u rica.
B . I of he finest show horses in
"-rkM were at 'he 1S23 show and
V'-ty pave performances worthy or
mi Ir repui ition ThH vcar even mere
t'. borate prcpara ions have been
p'-:"iu for the show Some wonderful
II, rseifk both for form and action, ar'
he be here Ther wfll l,e shown all
who gr.its, and all :he f its possible
ivi'hin a horse show arena.
Rnpjdly thin show hr.s come to the
m ai I today it enjoys an astonish'
ilttg reputation. The '.due ribbons it
grants for conformation and perform
inr.ee ore eagerly sought by the ties
l3rlvors 'and owners of this country
Ii is assured already that the show
1 l ; year will surpass ir brilliance and
-tbrdling quality aud class all us pre
jailcnaf Lives' ck j ll !"
lucHtiohal InatUu-1 The spectacle of industrial exhib
it re brought for I Its will be one of Burpaaj'.nn beauty
chtng the public ' in a blare of light, every color oi
fork dree tovurd i tb.e rainbow will be blended to express
fe for the benefit a'i emphasise 'he quality, of the
fruits and vegetables, the wares of
I?ut if. while learning this leeejti, feyery kind, to be -exhibited. The beit
one may hive a gocd time, it iff so .n'ti.'ic obtainable will be supplied
much the lr;.ter There Is one uni-iu? every afternoon nd ever in-:. The
l I B CI
part of the P5xi
"!ii: h d
but so pi
see It til
more than any , miow ami t.ra:n ui .. ..; siiow under
horse show I the management of C. D. Mint on. (he
jht Horse Showl Dairy Products Show in eharce of T,
t C-rove end sollb Zieiner and other features deserv
crowds that came to more than bare Of ration but space
Inees were a ide. I In i fartdds
f the las three days. The Patifit InterraMonal Livestock
Last year it was asserted by vlsPors I I'x iositim affords every man, wenin'i
who attended the great horse sho-vs S'.tid child both education and enlny
of America eery y-ar. that the Pjmsnt. It Is held al N'orth Portland
cine tnternxtlonal v.-ns surpassed M i November 1 to 8 'ncluMye,
l.indst rom A-1- eigensin start, d crews
So work preparatory to bridge con
traction on Tuesday A i hop has
bCH D built and the hunkers are under
way. A Crew of about 1 5 men are
working al present but a much larger
force will be put on later.
U. II. Prownell & Co., secured the
contract for furnishing lie j-a.id and
gravel for ihe new bridge.
James W. Good, Iowa con
gressman, will deliver the
biig address of the campaign
at Hermiston, Tuesday ev
ening at 8 o'clock.
Don't miss hearing him.
NA'l IONAl.;C A-NUIDATKS tgft-wH
VCTH FOB THE COMMON SICNSK CANDIDA I KS
THK1R ItfeCOODS UIOt'O.MMKM) TIIK.M
'I AM FOR ECONOMY. AFTER THAT
I AM FOR MORE ECONOMY" Coolidge
ll.- proved bis fat til by bis works. This adminlatrutuon
saveil liie people StW, (MM,(HM daily m (uves us colli-
r Johnson, Shown in the pho
battled for 18 years with the
ton team before getting Into
s series contest
woman who used to
read "Little Woni
en" now has a
(laughter that read
Scoot ! ! !
pared With 10121, I( lias loiped oil ;,t-(i employes tr. ni
tin- federal payrolls.
Dawes, ihe bltdgeter, put tlie country on a business
basts ly catting out the dead wood in governioeii t al affairs.
lie. bits :u former years have LurutMl into SOrptaSOS. Tle
naUmal debt has 1 n reduced 98,750,000,000 in three
FOREIGN pouot si'i:i ;,s I'iCACK ABROAD and
raOBPHBmt AT HOME
The Dawes plan has made possible rehabilitation of
Europe, which means belter markets ami better pa-ices for
America's farm crops. Limitation of annametits Ls an
administration policy and makes for peace an well as
rwlured eots ol goveiunient.
The ffepubUcan tariff, linked with rearriettve Immi
gratlon, has brought pi-osperlty to the man who tolls,
1 hros were never so bigb, tlttey would never buy so much,
COOUDGE POFICilOS HAVK RK-LSTAIILISMED
ritOSI'Llil'i V ONTIM K I'HKM
When this ndminislMatloii took office, It faced all the
or ibJems of reconstruction. Deplorable conditions talatvdi
Tin n pje were suffering frOUl a tremendous deflation.
I rest was high Mid capital SCnrce, There was general
acute financial distress, Our citizens were compelled to
sell tfielr government bonds around nn that they had
onght in wartime al par.
A complete chnnse hsn been accomplished, Never
bi ore In peace (inn- has thi-i e b -en such const vnci e
accootpllahmenta as since Marctii 19S1. Prosperity for
a1! the people bus replaced gene :i! (Hsbrcsa. i 'u ;i In
the country was never on firmer ground. A r'ii'ti
in ih re pttght when the Bepnhlken party came in (o pnxvm.
fe" ,-i brightening future, Our depreciated governmeni
bonds htive risen above par ami one is nlHng m iM'tJier
Til USE ARE SOUND, OONRTRUOTIVB, BNSZBUB
ACCOMP1 It a.MUNTH
A Vote For Cod" ' :c and Dawes is a
Conim? t Sen se Vote (j
Repnbllcaq Stale Central Committee, Portland, Oregon
1. L. Put ten on, Chairman John W. Cochran, Secretary
( I'ald Adv.)
STATEMENT OK THH OWNER
SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCU
LATION, ETC., BBQUIRETJ
itv THE A(T OF con- ,
lklss OF AU01 si
(lf the Boardman Mirror, published
weekly at Hoardman, Oregon, for
October 1, 1924.
State of Oregon, County of Mor
Ib-fore me, a notary public in and
for the state and County aforesaid,
per onally appeared Mark A Cleve
land, who having been duly sworn
according to law, deposes and says
that lo- Ih the publisher of the Hoard
That Ihe namen and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing ed
itor and business managers are:
Publisher, Mark A. Cleveland,
Editor, Mark A. Cleveland, Stan
Managing editors and business
That the owner Is Mark A. Cleve
land, Stanfleld, Oregon.
That the known bondholders,
mortgagee, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort
), or Other securities are:
MALK A. CLEVELAND.
Sworn to and subscribed to before
me this 1 8th day of October, 1924.
JULL' HAOG MAN, Notary Public.
(My commission expires March 11,
1 928. )
SHOULD WEAR MITTENS
Jewi I Mother, do you know
where I got this awful cold?
Mother No, dear.
Jewel Well, I ihink I got it from
going to bed barefooted.
HE MALE'S FREH3 Eight
AnWAV WIF PAT'S't OCOMHOI?
AM JOHN OSQlErV
AH MAC f QUINH
AM ' MivcE . ThH COP
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