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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14. 1924
THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
Big Turkey Shoot Sunday Nov. 16
By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK
Den of Men, University of
Here's an Unusual Golden Wedding
William E. Knox, president of the
Bowery Savings bank of New York,
who was recently elected president of
the American Bankers' association.
STATE INCOME TAX
Salem, Or. In case the attorney
general holds that the state income
tax already obligated but not paid ib
collectible, even though the repeal of
the law In the election may have wip
ed out the operating machinery of the
department, an effort will be made
to collect all the tax due for the year
1924 based on incomes for 1923.
This was the announcement made
here by a member of the state tax
commission under whose direction the
state income tax department has been
conducted. Earl Fisher, state tax com
missioner, said that an Investigation
on tu records indicated that approxi
mately $700,000 of the total income
tax, exceeding $1,250,000, had not been
collected. This amount, he said, in
cluded fourth installment payments
due in December, moneys due from
firms, corporations and individuals
that received time extensions, and
scattering obligations from agencies
affected by the law which failed to
"THiE greater the honor, the heavier
the responsibility; the higher the
office, the more numerous the obliga
tions which it will carry with it to be
met. We want the honor, we crave
the distinction, we covet the office
we are not always eager to meet the
obligations which inevitably go with
, "I'd like to have Bolton's salary," an
envious young fellow said with refer
ence lo the president of a large cor
poration. "I wonder how you would like to
settle his troubles and carry his re
sponsibilities?" I asked.
"Well, that's another story," was
I remember n conversation I had
ypiirs ago with a city executive whose
official record was noted for its Ineffi
ciency. I pointed out to him certain
violations of law that were constantly
occurring almost under his very eyes.
He could sit In his office and look out
of the window upon one of the worst
resorts la town, and yet he made no
attempt to correct the evil.
"Don't you know about these
places?" I asked him straightfor
wardly. "Well, of course, as a private citi
zen, I am pretty well convinced of
their existence," lie admitted, "but of !
dclnlly I do not know anything about
I watched a body of w orkmen yes- j
terday a dozen of them, perhaps
engaged In the repairing of a railroad
crossing. The work was simple and :
it was quite evident even to an Inex
perienced onlooker like myself what
ought to be done, yet they stood
around inactive, doing nothing. The
boss was gone, and there was no one
of the twelve who was willing to take
on himself the responsibility of going
ahead with the work.
Men marry, Join church, accept of
fice, become members of organizations
too often without a thought of what
these obligations mean, of the respon
sibilities which are Involved. Most
members of a committee or of an or
ganization can be depended on to do
very little work. More or less we are
all given to shirking our responsi
bilities. (. 1924, Western Newspaper Union.)
JOHNSON 3141, NELSON 7
Washington Republican Challenges
Anybody to Tie Record.
Hoquiam, Wash. Albert Johnson,
representative in congress irom the
third district, believes he holds a
record for county-wide plurality which
he challenges any successful can
didate of any party for state or fed
eral office "to meet. Pacific county,
one of the ten counties in the dis
trict, turned in the following result:
Johnson, republican, 3141; Nelson, La
Follette ticket, 7.
There was no democratic candidate.
Child Labor Law Loses.
Boston, Mass. The question as to
whether the voters of Massachusetts
should instruct the members of the
legislature to ratify the ohild-labor
amondment to the federal constitu
tion was decided emphatically In the
negative on election day.
Community Church Service
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Church Service n -.60 a. in.
christian Rndeavor 7:30 p. m.
All are Welcome
REV. B. S. HUGHES, Pastor.
For bargains in Second Maud Goods,
see Rider in Hermlston. Oct 24tf
Fifty years ago John U. Lloyd witnessed a double wedding of brothers
and sisters which furnished the basis of his most popular work, "Stringtown on
the Pike." A few days ago Mr. Lloyd hurried to Cincinnati to meet these same
brothers and sisters, now observing their golden anniversary. Above, at the
left, are shown Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Souther. At the right are Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Souther. They are perhaps the only brothers and sisters in the
United States to observe their golden wedding anniversary at the same time.
George Huntington Currey, and
Olive M. Currey
Editors and Publishers
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Entered as second-class matter Feb.
11, 1921, at the postofflee at Board
man, Ore., under act of Mar. 3, 1870.
Good as they are to eat, there is
something pathetic in the fall of the
wild goose. Soaring skyward in its
graceful curves, It suddenly encount
ers the shoot of the huntsman and
wounded, tumbles like the broken
Big Turkey Shoot Sunday Nov. 16 t
Hughes May Quit Cabinet March 4,
Washington, D. C. Secretary of
State Hughes was reported definitely
to have decided to relinquish his post
March 4 and retire to private life.
Hughes' desire to resign was said to
be based upon a wish to resume his
private law practice and recoup his
personal fortune, which has been de
pleted by long public services at rela
tive low salaries.
Threaten Revolt If Comrades Hang.
Paris. Warning of a world-wide up
rising of anarchists of the lives of
Nicola Sacco and Bartolemo Vanzetti.
convicted of murder of a paymaster
and his guard at Baintree, Mass., are
not Bpared, was issued from the secret
headquarters of the Paris anarchists.
Wheat Hard white, $1.60; soft
white, $1.57; northern spring and hard
winter, $1.53; western white, $1.54;
western red, $1.46.
Hay Alfalfa, 1919.60 ton; valley
timothy, $19ffl20; eastern Oregon
timothy, $21 22.
Butterfat 3536c shippers' track.
Hogs Medium to good, $8.509.50.
Cheese Prices f. o. b. Tillamook:
Tripiets, 29c; loaf, 30c per lb.
Cattle Steers, medium, $6.258.00.
Hogs Medium to good, $$.509.50.
Sheep Siring, medium to choice,
Wheat Hard white, soft white.
$1.56; western white, $1.55; hard win
ter and northern spring, $1.50; west
ern red, $1.47; Big Bend bluest em.
Hay Alfalfa, $22; D. C, $27; tim
othy, $26; D. C, $28; mixed bay, $23.
Eggs Ranch. 39 Tf 60c.
Cattle Choice steers, $77.50.
Hogs Prime light, $9.35 1? P. 75
Cheese Washington cream brick,
21$ 22c; Washington triplets, 21c;
Washington Young America, 22o.
Hogs Prime mixed, $99.25.
Cattle Prime steers, $8.7597.2S.
Big Turkey Shoot Sunday Nov. 16
Nation's Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame, in New York
belongs to New York university. The
money to build It. amounting to fSBSQ,
000, was given anonymously for this
particular purpose. It is known otti
daily as "The Hall of Fame for Great
Americans." Fifty names were to be
inscribed on the tablets as the begin
nlng, and five additional names every
fifth year thereafter unfft' the year
'-.tWO. Only persons who have been
dead twenty-five or more years are
eligible to be chosen.
Bible Thoughts for
These Six Things (loth the
Lord hate; yea, seven are an
abomination to Him: a proud
look, a lying tongue, and hands
that slieil innocent blood, An
heart that deviseth wicked imag
inations, feet that be swift In
running to mischief, A false
witness that speaketh lies, and
he that sowetli discoid among
brethren. Prov. 0:16-11).
Whosoever Will Come After
Me, let him deny himself, and
take up his cross, and follow
Me. Kor whosoever will save
his life shall lose it ; but who
soever shall lose his life for My
sake and the gospel's, the same T
shall save it. .Mark S:34, 30.
Thou Shalt Love the Lord
thy God with all thy heart, and ..
with all thy soul, and with all "
thy strength, and with all thy ..
mind; and thy neighbor as thy- T
self. Luke 10:27.
He That Will Love Life, and
I see good days, let him refrain I
Ids tongue from evil, and his J
I lips tli.it they sp uk no guile. X
t I Peter 3:10.
I The Fruit of the Spirit is love,
T Joy, peace, longsuffering, gentle-
IE ness, goodness, faith, meekness,
t temperance: against such there
is no law. uai. o:ja la.
He That Keepeth His Mouth
keepeth his life, but he that
openeth wide Ids lips shall have
4. destruction. Prov. 16:6.
Blessed Are the Pure in Heart, T
for they shall see God. Matt
The season of the open fire place,
the warm stove and the old time apple
eating is here. Have you stocked up
on apples yet? or coal?. Oh Boy! give
us some of both. ,
When we played house in the rustl
ing leuves, "them was the good old
days', and now they're not sanitary
and we burn them as they fall. What
with the auto and areoplane there are
still things the modern kids miss.
The skill of the marksman may he
true, but you never can tell, "where
the goose will hang high", as demon
strated by several stray birds this
The majority of the highway travel
at this season is done in closed ears
as a ched; uny day now will indicate.
As variety is (lie spice of life, so
advertising is the spice of business, no
spice no pep, no pep no customers, no
customers no dollars etc.
Its time to begin "Do your Christ
mas shopping early.''
J. C. Ballenger
W. E. Smith, Prop.
Mail Orders Given
I MATILLA, OREGON
J. L. VAUGHAN 8
206 E. Court Street
PENDLETON, - OREGON
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Edited by the Students of the Boardman High School
FOIKTII YfcAR, 1924-1125
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1924
I'pper Columbia League Standings
Crass Valley High
In Sweater Coats
Style Is Emph
Eat and Drink
New French Cafe
E. J. McKNEELY, Prop.
( 1 iiiy the Host Foods Hem 1 i
F A N (' Y I (' E I R E A M S
Furnished Rooms Over Cafe
Quick Service Lunch Counter
in Connection with
vor ARE WELCOME HERB
Electrical Fixtures and
AUTO R E I A I R I N G
At your Home
All Work Guaranteed
ML L. MORGAN
Telephone Call Weston's
Fresh Christmas Candies
We Are Now Display ing a Large and Choice
Latourell Auto Company
Operetta Big Success
The Indian operetta , Feast of the
Red Corn, went off with a bang on
Friday evening Novoinler 14th. The
performance was branded as the finest
tiling in the operetta line ever wit
0 eased in this locality. Twenty five
girls did themselves great credit as
well as showing great tldngs in music
under the able direction of the music
ian of the school faculty, Miss Aldrioh.
The football boys have reason to con
gratulate the girls on their support
Your Conversation I i' I I 4
The Spanish are very particu
lar. They have a verb "saber,"
meaning to know, while the verb
"conocer" means "knowing ac
quaintances." It is a serious
breach of grammar to confuse
the two. "Savvy" Ig a corrup
tion of "saber" brought in from
; Mexico over the border. When
i you ask someone, "do vou
! savvy?" some think you are
using a bit of slang of Spanish
! Mexican descent.
Two More Football Victories
Boardman high has met and defeat
id two rival teams since the last is
sue of the "C'Tellem", which are as
follows. lone by a score of 25 to ')
jon her own field. Hardman met de
feat at our hands on the local field by
n score of 45 to 0.
m . . . . "I
The Best is none too Good -
Try Our Sherwin-Williams Paints
and Varnishes. There is
We Have a Complete Line of-
Cedar Flume Slock
Cement, lime, Posts
Wood & Coal
Makma Strong Appeal
There is something in the very name
of fortitudw which speaks to the al
most Indelible love of heroism in men's
hearts. Bishop Francis Paget.
A tall like gentleman sauntered into
the school house the other day and
after making two trips upstairs to the
auditorium. Supt. ,T. O. Russell hail
ed him and asked what was wanted
He replied that he was a student !n
college and wanted to take orders f'.t
Subscriptions to a magazine .Mr. Bus
sell asked, "Did you see the sign a l
the entrance", he said he did. and then
Mr. Russell said that it would le just
as well that he make his exit, to
which he replied that he was not in
fai t an agenJmt he was given to an
derstand that if he was soliciting he
was nothing les than an agent and he
was directed again to find his way
out via the front door, post baste.
In fashion's school sweaters and
sweater coals used to stand quietly at
the foot of the class in dress accesso
ries But they have made rapid ad
vancement In the last few years, and
now dispute with other apparel for
a place at the head. Ill the old days
to be competent and comfortable
seemed their sole ambition, but now
t heir eyes are fixed on distinction,
style and beauty as the goals to be
Advunce showing! of i 1 1 corf u I winter-resort
clothes show sweaters and
sweater coats as numerous as the
(lowers of the Held and equally allur
ing. There Is no end to the varieties
of weaving and ornamentation, and
some of them have scarfs to match
In color but In lace knit patterns. For
Instance, an orchid-colored slip on
sweater, bordered with narrow bands
"t purple, bus a wide, hey scurf fin
ished with the same bands at the ends
The cozy sweater coat shown In the
picture Is of brushed wool In warm
beige color bordered with white braid
sud white wool.
W. A. MURCHIE
Y Boardman, -
The Highway Inn
0. H. Warner, Proprietor
Wholesome Home Cooking
m warn place to bat between the dalles