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THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
BOARDMAN, MORROW COUNTY, OREGON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1924
G. 0. P. PARTY TICKET WINS
! BATTLE FOR HIGH OFFICES
FALL BUILDING HITS STRIDE
MANY IMPROVEMENTS NOTED
DAVIS WINS ONLY
IN THE SOUTH
But One State North
Mason and Dixon Line
Wisconsin Is Apparently
Only State Carried By
The house being erected by the O.
W. R. & N. Company for the residence
of the signal maintainer is nearing
completion and Is quite an addition to
Jack Gorbani has erected a new gar
age on the Harry Murchie place to
house his Ford sedan. This building
! was erected by our latest graduate in
tjg the carpenters trade, Frank Cramer.
I W. A. Price has just completed the
CTTY.S TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS
ONLY $2200 ON GOOD BASIS
The City Council of Boardman hiet
W Monday evening, the first .Monday
In the month, which is their regular
meeting time. Mayor J. C. Ballonger
They were notified by the city re
corder that enough tax money had
been received to pay all bills accrued
during the installation of the water
The only indebtedness against the
first unit of a new dairy barn. It is City at the present, is the outstanding
New York. Calvin Coolidge of Mas
sachusetts will be continued as presi
dent of the United States and Charle
O. Dawes of Illinois will be the next
vice president. That is the verdict cf
a large majority of the voters of the
Coolidge and Dawes rolled up over
Vt'helming majorities in the east and
middle west as the returns came In.
In all of New England, New York, J lanche for Coolidge
both of a modem and economical type.
!One side is of concrete and the rest of
wood construction and when eomplet-
The early returns showed Coolidge ed will add much to the appearance an
well in the lead in Ohio. Pennsylva- efficiency of his ranch,
nia gave the president an old-time re-; Mac Deweese is contemplating a
publican plurality, as did Michigan, new garage to take care of his newly
while the indications were that the acquired Ford.
Coolidge margin in New Jersey was a i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goodwin and
generous one. daughter Betty Jean, moved to our
All the returns from Chicago and city from Condon on Monday and are
other parts of Illinois gave token that comfortably domiciled in the Mrs.
the vote in that state was an ava- Sherman bungalow on Dodd street,
As the figures which lias been undergoing some im-
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and
Illinois, the lead of the republican
nominees mounted steadily and both
the New York Times and the New
York World, supporters of John W.
Davis, early conceded his defeat by
Davis and Bryan are shown by the
returns to be running second in the
popular as well as in the electoral
vote. That the democratic ticket was
decisively beaten was shown on the
face of the figures from the 3tait. At
democratic headquarters, however,
party leaders clung to a hope that the
west would turn the trick ts it did for
Wilson in 1916.
La Follette Poor Third.
La Follette came off an extremely
poor third. With a scant handful of
electoral votes, the Wisconsin senator
flowed in the president was seen to provements in way of a porch,
be maintaining a two-to-one lead over Mr. Goodwin lias purchased tfie
Davis in Chicago and an even larger Pastime from his father who is retir-
one downstate, while La Follette ing from the business to take up other
brought up the rear with litle more duties which require all his time,
than half the vote of the democratic Jess Alien is laying the foundation
candidate in some sections of the city for the new addition to his home,
and not more than two-thirds of the1 Walter Knauff is hauling material
Davis total in others. in preperation for the building of a
Landslide Helps Senate Nominees. new chicken house, which when coin-
Tho Coolidge landslide in the east Pleted will be modern building 20 feet
swept into office republican senatorial u' 00. Mr. Knauff expects to go Into
nominees in such doubtful states as chicken business quite extenslvley.
Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Dela- 11 B. Calkins who recently purch-
ware and New Jersey. There were in- nsed 10 acres from Sylvester Attaburv
dications that the republicans had is building a small cottage on his
warrants of $2200. The first one of
$100 becomes due next October and
one becomes due each year for the
tiext 4 consecutive years.
The City has an income of approxi
mately $100.00 a month from the wat
er system with an expense of about
SO.O0 per month.
Now that the needed repairs OD the
building covering the pumping plain
l ave been made the City Council is
planing to make other needed improve
sbnti a, i he money becomes available.
N. Kristensen left
days visit in Port
elected senators also in West Virginia,
Oklahoma and South Dakota.
In the senatorial contests the most
surprising result was in Iowa where
Smith V. Brookhart, republican, had
Mr. and Mrs. H
Tuesday for a few-
Mrs, and Mrs. Klitz of Portland
fcpenl the week end with his brother
F. F. Klitz of this place.
Wanda Goodwin is spending a few
days with her father W. A. Goodwin.
Letts Barlow of Heppner stayed ov
er Sunday at the home of her sister
Mrs. J. A. Cox.
M. K. Flickenger is enjoying the
Stock show at Portland this week. It
being the first vacation he has taken
in six yean. Nellie Messenger is with
Mrs. Flickenger during his absence.
Wheat Hard white, $1.50; soft
white, $1.48; northern spring and hard
winter, $1.42; western white, $1.46;
western red, $1.40.
Hay Alfalfa, $1919.50 ton; vallej
timothy, $1920; eastern Orcsoc
Butterfat 3636c shippers' track.
Bggs Ranch, 42 51c.
Cheese Prices f. o. b. Tillamook: i
Triplets. 29c; loaf, 30c per lb.
Cattle Steers, medium, $G.258.
Hogs Medium to good, $8.B09.B0. j
Sheep Spring, medium to choice
Wheat Hard white, $1.50; soft
white, $1.47; western white. $1.44;
hard winter and northern spring
$1.40; western red, $1.38; Big Bene
Hay Alfalfa, $22; D. C, $27; tim
othy, $26; D. C, $28; mixed hay, $23
Hogs Prime light, $9.5009.75.
Cattle Choice steers, $77.50.
Hogs Prime light, $10.25010.80.
Cheese Washington cream brick
2122c; Washington triplets, 21o
Washington Young America, 22c.
Hogs Prime mixed, $909.25.
Cattle Prime steers, $6.7507.25.
Dean of the Corps
THOS. B. KAY BECOMES
Boardman Locals and Personals
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Chan, Huston has gone to Portland
for the winter months.
s. L. Beck, Who has been drilling
a well on the Ray Brown farm struck
artesian water at a depth of 06 (eel
Everyone was out to election and it
looked like the good old doys when
Saturday, was the meeting day of all
in pumpkin center.
The well drill of S. L. Beck will
next be moved to the Frank Otto place Ml ww,k
WHO is in line for one of Becks fam
ous drinking fountains.
Drew i I, vim was u Portlttud viUt
this week to be with his wife who
.Mr i nd Mrs. Cll, NlMl
! p.ior is iters on Monday.
T. E. Broyles
last week from
failed to realize more than a pitiful
fraction of the popular vote he had
New England loosed a tidal wave
of votes for Coolidge and Dawes. The
democratic candidates didn't have a
look-in there and La Follette was lost
in the shuffle.
The Coolidge and Dawes ticket
made a clean sweep of the north from
Maine to the Mississippi with the ex
ception of Wisconsin, which was the
only state which, it could be said with
certainty, was carried by La Follette.
Even the border states of Delaware,
Maryland and West Virginia, the last !
Davis' home state, went into the Cool i
President Coolidge carried New
York state by a plurality of avalanche !
proportions, almost reaching President I
Harding's margin of 1,000,000 votes in '
Al Smith Re-elected.
The heavy undertow of this roaring
tide of Coolidge strength pulled down
to defeat a number of democratic '
state tickets and democratic members
of congress who had been confident
of election, but in New York Governor
Alfred E. Smith withstood the handi
cap of a sweep for the republican na
tional ticket and bested his republican
opponent for re-election, Theodore
Roosevelt, by an estimated 100,000
plurality. Roosevelt came down from .
the upstate districts with a lead that
seemed for a time to make his election
certain, but the metropolis rose to the
occasion and repelled the invasion at
It was estimated the state's vote I
would reach 3,750,000, the greatest in
history, with women voting I . larger
numbers than ever.
Iowa Favors Coolidge.
luwa, uirnu nuiiu ne- vu ruuciic
managers were relying lor enough
was operated upon for a goitre. Mrs
Hcivim is getting along nicely, much
to the pleasure of her many friends
In Boardman. Chester is visiting with
his aunt Mrs. Larson at Lebanon dur
jing his mothers illness at Emanuel
B. J. Biddle and Mr. Howard of
lone were project visitors on Sunday.
Mr. anil Mrs. W. H. Mefford and
jand Mrs. Max DeWeese drove to Hep
pner on Monday.
A. B. Chaffee newly elected Justice
of the Peace of Boardman, took the
election ballots to Heppner Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fortner of Lex
ington agents for mens and woniens
lost a valuable cow ,
n overdose of green ;
Judge Camplivi and Mrs. Campbell,
.-he-iff McDuff 3 l J d Oay M. Ander
in ill of Bepfuer were -ts ill
the John Jenkins home Hallowe'en.
Charley Marshall left Monday for
Brady's ranch on Rock Creek where
lie will work this winter.
Robert Bradley returned to work ;ii
Lester Washington, on Tuesday,
Mr. Young formerly postmaster of
Henniston was on the project last
week selling sheep.
Mrs. Paul Smith received the sad
news of the death of her Mother nl
Bpoane, for which place she left lm-
Coshow Is Only Democrat Elected on
State Ticket in Republican
Portland Nov. 7, (Special to the Bul-
etin ) Latest unofficial hut nearly
complete returns from all Oregon
counties give Coolidge a 75.000 plural
ity over LaKollette or Davis who are
running close for second position.
McNarys' lead over Milton Miller is
approximately 106,000, while Bam Ko
:er defeated llemliree for Secretary
State by 126,000.
Tom Kay's majority over Jefferson
Meyers will exceed 00,000.
The only democrat elected on the
National or State ticket is O. P. Cos
how who edged out Percy Kelly who
ran as an independent,
fit. II Corey returns to the Public
Service Commission by ItUMKI anil At
torney General H. VanWtnkle is re
tained by over 100,000 majority.
INCOME TAX REPEALED
The Income tax was repealed by
from 12,000 to 16,000.
The Compensation law. Oleomsgar-
ine. ami Naturopath bills were de
Voters Literacy Amendment anil
lie Public I'sr and Welfare Amend
ment curried, as well as the Bonus
conceded his defeat at the hands
Daniel F. Steck, a democrat.
The republicans, however, apparent
ly had gained three senatorial seats
on the basis of returns received. These
were in Massachusetts, Kentucky ana , Hal.ri8on Idaho, with their aunt
Oklahoma. iMrs H c Harrison last week.
In Minnesota, Representative Schall, Chat Attabury who has been in the
republican, had what his supporters East for several months ts now visit
regarded as a commanding lead over ing with his uncle at True Arkansas,
clothing, spent the night with their , mediately.
friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson, A. B. Chaffee mude an official busl
while here on a canvassing trip re- ness trip to the County seal 00 last
cently. Wednesday taking with him the ha!
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ketchum of lott from the Boardman precinct.
ipcOK V Ublngtfh, Stopped enroute Lawrence Cummins has returned to
his home from work on the highway.
votes to throw the election Into con
gress, went to Coolidge to the tune of
125,000 plurality and 140,000 majority
ovjjboth eggpetitors. ,
Senator Magnus Johnson, farmer
labor. Senator Walsh, democratic prosecu
j tor in tho Teapot Dome investigation,
; was leading the field in Montana with
, a sufficient margin to make him ap
i pear reasonably certain of re-election.
The result in both New Mexico and
' Wyoming was surrounded with much
j doubt as a result of the slowness In
j Kathering of returns. In Colorado,
where two senate seats were at stake,
Slenat'or Phipps, republican, was lead-
! ing Senator Adams, democrat, and
Rice M. Means, republican, was ahead
of Morrison Shaffroth, democrat.
The republicans held the Rhode fs
.tend seat, which had been vacant since
I t (he death of Senator Colt, republican.
.(esse H. Met calf won easily over Gov
ernor William S. Flynn, democratic
In South Dakota Governor Mc. Mas
ter, republican senatorial nominee, ap
peared to be far enough in the lead
over TJ. S. G. Cherry, democratic nom
inee, to Insure his election.
John W. Davis succeeded in captur
ing certainly only states generally
reckoned democratic. Even at that
he lost Kentucky on the face of In
complete returns, although Cox had
carried It against Harding in 1920.
The same returns indicated that he
had brought back into the democratic
fold two cf the states taken away by
Harding Oklahoma and Tennessee.
It was estimated that Coolidge poll-
I ed 18,000,000 popular votes two mil
i lion nuire than were given to Harding.
Davis, it was estimated, had 8,000,000
as agi ilnst 9,000,000 for Cox.
The election returns were received
by Boardman voters, Tuesday night
over the school radio. M. L. Morgan
and N. A. Macomber operated the
Mrs. Edith B. Crawford, after being
on the project for six years left on
Saturday for Portland, where she will
make her home.
Big Turkey Shoot Sunday Nov. IS
John Jenkins was a business visit
or in Heppner on Monday
M. .1. Deweese and family with So
phia Mefford drove (o Arlington Sal
urday to see the Covered Wagon,
Oscar Bach left on Tuesday for
Blokloton to bring bis father. C. M.
Beck here for the winter. Mr Heck
bus been In very poor health for some
time and has to get to a lower climate.
Mr. and Mrs. Mefford and Mr and
Mrs. Deweese made a business trip to
Heppner on Monday,
Big Turkey Shoot Sunday Nov. Hi
Don Juan Rlano, Spanish ambassa
dor to Hie foiled States, who be
comes dean 'I' the diplomatic corps
lit Washington following the retire
ment of Ambassador Jusserand of
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
Willie Sam, 14, Yakima Indian", was
proclaimed champion after riding a
wild hucker, Cry Baby, at the three
day Toppentsb, Wash., round up.
Drouth records for New Orleans
since 1874 were shattered when the
Weather bureau announced that tho
month of October had iosed without
a drop of rain.
(ireat Northern train No. 4 wai
wrecked Saturday near (Jrandln, Xr
miles north of Pargo, N. 1). Thirty
four persons were injured. No deaths
Kanionn Do Valera, leader of the
! Irish republicans, was sentenced to a
i month's Imprisonment for entering Ul
( ster to make political speeches after
j being warned to remain away.
Frances Hodgson Burnett, author
and playwright, known particularly for
her novel and play, "Little Lord Faunt
I leroy," died at her home, Plandome
Park at Plandome, L. I. She was "r,
Following tabulation represents the
L'omplete, tho Unofficial returns form
coolidge 088, Davis :ios, i.afoiu-tio
453, Johns 0,
V. S. Senator: McNnry WW. Miller
418, coulter in. Robinson IB,
i ' 'iigre sman j tUaayatt ins:?, Graham
Secretary of state; Kozer iL'.'ts, Hem
state tea surer ; Kay lOflt.lfeyers JWi'J
Supreme court: Kelt 000, Coshow
676. Kelly 480.
Attorney general, Adams m.'i,
18, VanWlnkle 100,
Public Scribe commissioner
010, Johns 638,
Circuit Judge ; Phelps I 134,
Representative shuunvay 1381.
District Attorney, Notson 1 166.
judge. Benge D17,Oattpbei
I in ridson
IlllS, Dillon Ml.
Bleakman 862. Jones 782.
Sheiitr. McDuffee 1162, Bull
County clerk, Anderson llt.'tlt,
School superintendent. Walker
.Clarke I4!, Bburte i:t7.
Coroner, Case lujo. Gordon 848.
otcrs Literacy amendment ; Yes
080, No 'JitU.
Public use amendment, ,Vaa 776, No
it ims amendment, yes, 74)0, No rri7
Oleomargarine W'l, Yes mo. No 838
Naturopath bill, Yes ,'HU'. No 764.
Workman's compensation amend
ment, Yes 4:!.r. No H70.
Income lax repeal, Yes 7H7, No B44.
Predatory snlmal ami rodent ta"c
Yes H-J, No BOB,
A bottle that has contained salad or
any other kind of oil tuny tie cleaned
by filling with fine ashes, placed In
cold water, and brought gradually to
Lolling point Keep boiling for about
nn hour, and then allow to get told
In the water. Empty out the ashes,
wash In warm, soapy water, and rlnae
Big Turkey Shoot Sunday Nov. Hi
Mr mid Mrs Mefford, Alvie and B
olyn and Mr. and Mrs. Kills Barrett,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Macomber enjoyed
Sunday dinner with the Roots.
Mrs BUS Shell returned bOBM Mils
week leaving bar daughter in law lm
M .1 Deweese hn purchased n new
PERFECTLY FIT 3- LASHKS
are constantly performing an almoKl
marvelous work In the retell of eye
strain and defective vision. Dr. Clarke
if Portland will lie at the Highway
Inn on Wednesday V vemlier 1U, from
'I n. in mtll 3 P m I'1 Hie afternoon
No trouble to nnswer questions. It
Big Turkey flfetft Nunda Nov. 1ft
Fire at Coyote
Uie evening hist week the Dale Al
bright home at Coyote caught on fire.
The section men. who now are Bring
ill the house hud piled damp wool
by the stove to dry and it is though!
that this caught fire from the stove,
('light damage was done, however, a
inn II hole beiiu; burned In the roof.
The fire was discovered early and PX
tlllgUisbcd by a bucket brigade.
Finish (iravel Stretch
The road gang under the sup"!'-
vision of John 1 en kins, this week, fin-
Idied grading and graveling the road
from Paul Smiths' to the northern-'
orner of Messenger's. This mak,
all the roads now leading Into Hoard
man graveled roads.
Turkeys shipped Rarty
A large number of fine turkeys have
It-en shipped the past two weeks to
Portland mnketM from Boardman.
White Hie price is not the highest,
yet shippers have been averaging n-
I out 'r cents I pOtUld net, on live
weight Those shipping live tuike
wen Robert I'urlow. Mrs. Paul Part
tow, kfrs. p. V, Broyles and Mrs. 11.
II We ton. Chus Huston stripped 88
dressed turkeys, averaging about 111
If muds a pic e