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THE BOARDMAN MIRKOK
FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1924
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the largest rombined exhibit of pore bred livestock under one roof in America.
Beef and Dairy Cattle, Ilorees, Swine. Sheep. Goata: also Poultry Show, Land
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TheBoardmanMirror OREGON NEWS ITEMS
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Finishes Baling of Hay Crop Barn ! Farmers Rush Work Before the Cold
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Brief Resume of Happenings of
the Week Collected for
tittered us second-class matter Feb
11, 1921. nt (lie postofflce at Board-
man, Ore., under act of Mar.
Native copper of paying qualities
1870. has been found in the North Santiam
- mining district.
No Hunting or Trespassing" Signs
Till: ARLINGTON I ;i 1,1,1 TIN
r . -Prosperity
Stale Ticket Essential To The tall term of the Oregon supreme
End Pierce Regime of Ruin court for eastern Oregon opened at
In regard to the state ticket there is p('ndleton Monday,
more than partisanship or sectional vc'r 30 delegates registered at
interests Involved. H is our opinion Oregon State Parent-Teacher con
that the greatest calamity that has ev- vention at Corvallis.
er befallen the state of Oregon is the The power line of the Pacific Power
Pierce administration. In the name of & Light company between Pendleton
the people this demogogue is stiiving and Pilot Rock has been completed,
to build a political ring that thirsts The asse8Sed varuation of all prop
tor power, prlvilldge and extravagance, erty in Marion county for the year
Itte Democratic State ticket is compos- mA is 138,425,810, against $37,962,330
(d largely (if Pierce supporters and loot vr
ive Pierce a die
When youmake it a habit to pass a part of your
earn in,'--; through the Receiving window of this
hank each paj day you are looking through the
Window (if Prosperity.
Almosl withoul exception the groat fortunes of
torjay h:v their foundation in small sums saved in
this mi nner, and there is no reason in the world
wh; you should not start the same way.
;Jieir election would
tutors control of the various boards
governing the business of the state Tf
Oregon -is t.i escape another two years
of demogogery in the nnme of Democ
racy Pierce fnusl lie put in a place
where lie is forced to listen t reason
Instead of buncoing the public,
Therefore we urge the election of
Thos, I'.. Kfly for State Treasurer.
Sum A. Kozer for Secretary of
I. If. 'nn Winkle for Attorney
II. II. Corey for I'uhlic Service
I lie oppcrrl 'nil it s
plentiful Uian 6v r
In become wealthy today are more
befon , but you must make a start by
ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK
Carry on anil rain some more.
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Plans are in progress for an elab
orate reunion of veterans of the 18th
Railway Kngineers to be held in Port
land Armistice night, November 11.
The potato was king at the third
fair that Umatilla county has had this
year when the annual Umatilla county
Potato show was held Friday at
James Monroe Philpott, pioneer of
1851 and member of the Oregon leg
islature, died at his home near Harris
burg at the age of 76 years and 6
Cash in the amount of approximate
ly $1500 has been turned over by the
A few loofahs ago a farmer we know K&ppy Canyon association as rental
Uoid off all his chickens because they ma,ie by the nient show o the Round-
. ... nn It. 1 QOA
Ai re nor worth feeding, mid now $1.00 1
per dozen eggs are in sight. In the Residents of Scio at a special elec-,
oast tew .vein's sheep, dairy cows, po- tion voted to sell the municipal elec
ta toes, apples, wheat and many other ric Power plant to the Mountain
products have hit bottom and prOdac- States Power company for $42,500.
is with panicky nerves have sold out Tne vote was. 124 to 3.
only to regret their foolishness a little Novmber 20, 21 and 22 have been
while later. There are two proverbs , set as the dates for the Marion-Polk
that perhaps Rave a bearing, "Drop a county corn show. The show will be
hot platter before it hums" and on the staged under the direction of the
other hand "Bat your porridge before Salem chamber of commerce.
" Oregon had 120 automobile fatali
ties in 1923 as against 113 in 1922, 103
Rain! Rain! and In a country where in 1921 and 87 in 1920. Portland had
Noah's promise was almost forgotten 39 fatalities in 1923 as compared with
they are praying that Old Jupiter do 40 in 1922, 38 in 1921 and 34 in 1920.
Ins durndesl and drown 'em out if he
Forest White finished baling his sur
plus hay last Thursday morning. Mr.
Chandler of Cecil did the work with
The barn on the J. D, Brown place
which burned last week Was burned
about 2 a. m. and is supposed to have
been set afire by someone who had
taken shelter there for the night. A
quantity of ready made cigarettes
were found near there.
Maurice Sharrard returned from a
trip to Wenatehee Washington where
he 1ms been helping his brother Ar
thur in harvesting his apple crop the
past 5 or li weeks.
Mr. and Mrs.. Hugh Van Sehotack
an children of Umatilla were visiting
the hitters father, John Peterson over
Pete White of Portland spent a day
or two at his ranch last week.
Peterson, sons of
it home on a visit
Days Come Government Trapper
to Canyon City for Duties
John and Ai
John Peterson are
with their father.
of Arlington ware
and Roy Kintzley
the mysteries of
Creek dining Thursday and
due to the
remained over the week end
friend Eugene Logan.
Some ruin fell here on Sunday night
and Monday with more threatening.
This is needed and welcomed.
Cordon Hall of Eight Mile was an
early morning caller at the Joseph
White home Tuesday, while hunting
for horses. .
Mrs. Irene Waldo and children and
Dale ami Kenneth Luudel were guests
at the J. F. Deos home lasl Saturday.
"The barrow and broom brigade has
been pensioned off for the season as
no more sand storms are anticipated.
The fine weather seems to have re
lived our people and we notice that
Krebs bros. are leveling and improv
ing their ditches at the "Poplars", the
Hynd bros. are working against time
lit butterfly flats, making new ditches,
cementing wells etc., while W. H.
Chandler of Willow Creek ranch is
wanted everywhere t once to bale hay.
','. V. Pedro is busy with the new ad
ditions to his place and J. J. McEntire
of Kilamey, has a hard time getting
all the produce from his dairy shipped
out quick enough to supply his cust-
mers. R. .E Duncan of the Busy Bee
ranch Is so busy delivering honey,,
ducks, rabbits and chickens, that he
hasn't even time to bet a hat or a
hive of bees on the election results.
Harold Ahalt is spending a day or
two with Leon Logan before leaving
for Canyon City. It is understood
that Jim Logan is now government
trapper cud has left during the week
for John Day and the surrounding
country. ' ,
Harvey and Ervin Medlock of Mor
gan spent the week end with their
Uncle Alf Medlock at Rockcliffe.
R. E. Duncan of Busy Ree ranch
rested from his labors and took a trip
to The Dalles and Hood River last
Mrs. E. Thompson and daughter,
Virginia (if Hood River arrived at Ew
Ing on Saturday and will visit with
Mr, and Mrs. J. O'Neal the parents of
Mrs. Thompson, for a few days.
Miss Cleta Palmatee student of the
Lexington high school, spent the week
end with her parents at Windynook.
Community Church Service
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Church Service 11 :30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m.
All are Welcome
REV. B. S. HUGHES, Pastor.
Of Morrow County
A CLEAN MAN WITH A
was born 44 years ago in
Morrow County and has
been a continuous resident He has been employed
by one establishment in Heppner for the past 26
years. He is a concientious man, reliable and trust
worthy, qualified for the position of Sheriff and is
well worthy of your vote.
Wm. Ball for Sheriff
Dedication of the final link of the
I Old Oregon Trail in Union county
took place immediately west of La
Crande, following an outdoor chamber
of commerce luncheon at Gangloff
A per capita payment of $100 to
be paid to the Indians on the Klamath
reservation in Oregon was authorized
by Secretary of the Interior Work.
The total amounto be distributed is
Fines amounting to $1115 were col
lected by the Albany police court and
justice court in two days as a result
of week-end arrests for illegal hunt
ing, speeding and violations of the
The Porter-Carstens Logging com
pany, a corporation, has sold to the
Union Lumber company Its railroad
line located on the north fork of the
Clackamas river. The consideration
Dr. Oeorge E. Dix of Marshfield has
announced the construction of a
modern hotel in that city. The build
ing will be full fireproof, six stories,
with 150 guest rooms and is expect
ed to cost $400,000.
The purchase of a part of a farm
of 670 acres near Rioth by the state
for the use of the eastern Oregon
state hospital has been completed, ac
cording to Dr. W. D. MeNary, super
intendent of the hospital.
The public service commission will
turn back to the state at the end of
the present biennium approximately
$15,000 of Its appropriation, according
to a letter prepared by H. H. Corey,
chairman of the commission.
Ole Nelson, ex-policeman of Port
land, who recently won a BUit for
$6000 back pay from the city, was
killed instantly when his automobile
overturned on the highway six miles
east of Clatskanie. near Reaver Falls
The ways and means committee of
the Salem cRy council slashed $19,
000 from the proposed budget of mu
nicipal expenditures for the year 1925.
This action was necessary. It was said,
to keep within the 6 per cent limita
Saturday the 14th annual Pacific
International Livestock exposition will
open at Portland, housed In the now
$350,000 pavilion which was built on
the record-breaking schedule of 55
working days, upon the ashes of the
Poisoned bran scattered in the pas
tures of Tule lake to kill grasshoppers
was responsible for killing 22 head
of grown cattle for the Hock Creek
Ranch company, it is reported. The
bran was saturated with a solution ol
arsenic and the responsibility for the
death of the stock has been proven
by analysis of the stomach contents
The Tule lake country is a winter
feeding ground for thousands ol
Klamath and Lake county ciHtle.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION
To Increase Tax More Thau Six Per
cent Over That or the
Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. 2, of
Morrow County, State of Oregon, that
an election will be held in said Dist
rict at the School House on the 22nd
day of November 1924, at two o'clock
in the afternoon, to vote on the quest
ion of increasing the amount of the
tax levy in said District for the year
1924 by more than six per cent over
the amount of such levy for the year
It is necessary to raise this addition
al amount by special levy for the fol
To make a payment on the large
sum of interest bearing warrants.
Dated this 20th day of October. 1924
Anna belle H. Boardman, District clerk
W. II. Gilbreth. Chairman Board of
DR. ALEXANDER REID
Physician and Surgeon
UMATILLA - - - - OREGON
Newton Painless Dentists
DR. H. A. NEWTON, MGR.
Cor. Main and Webb Sts. Pendleton
DR. F. V. PRIME
Dental X-ray and Diagnosis
Phones: Office 98, Residence 751
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Court House
HEPPNER - - - OREGON
A. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1 hereby announce myself as nn in
dependent republican candidate for
the office of County Commissioner for
the tour-year term. Should I IK1 el
ected. I promise to give strict atten
tion to the duties of the office and
shall at all times endeavor, to the best
of my ability, to serve the interests
of the entire county. I solicit your
support at the November election,
OHAR DILLON, Boardman, Ore.
For bargains in Second Hand Good,
see Itidcr in Hermiston. Oct 2ttf
WOODSON & SWEEK
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silver
ware Time Inspector O-W. R. R. & N. Co.
726 Main St. Pendleton, Oregon