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THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1825
Notice for Publication
Department of the interior, r. s.
Land Office 1 The Dalles, Oregon,
December -i. 1084,
Notice is hereby given that Charles
Av. Beneftel, of rrfgon, Oregon, who,
on November 20, T019, made Home
stead Entry. No, 021016, for l 'nit "A"
in the 8E14, Section -, Township 5
North, Range 20 Bast, Willamette
Meridian, I, us flic ! notice of Intention
to make final thre
establish claim I" l!
cribed, before ('. i
stales Oommlsslone
Oregon, on the 3rd day of February,
1926.
Claimant names as witnesses: M. i
l . Caldwell, .J. T. Bullard, T. C. Fred-,
tickson, H, Smith all of Irrigon, Ore.,
J. W. Donnelly,
Register.
year 1'roof, (
land above des
Blayden, I'nlt l
at Boardmnn,
Such a Question!
Mrs. Mull ahy An' why did yez
keep Mickey In after school?
Teacher I naked him who George
Washington was and he only stood
and looked at me.
Mrs. Muleaby It'l dmnfounded the
poor b y was at yer ignorance, likely.
OFFICIAL DESIGN ,OF THE OLD
OREGON TRAIL ASSOCIATION
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The design of the ox team and covered wagon symbolizes
the spirit of Hie old west.
It typifies vision, endurance, hope, suffering and final ac
complishfiient. Over the Old Oregon Trail from the Missouri river the cov
ered wagons i atne and won an empire for the United States, t
The design is the work of Avard Fairbanks of the University
of Oregon.
I miry Manufacturing
January 531
Dairy Herd Management
.In n nary .1 to March 20
FouWIi Annual ('miner's School
February - 20,
Poultry Husbandry
February - to March 1 1
Land Classification & Appraisal
lY'amiry 2-7
farm Mechanics i
i farm Power ami Power
ESqulpmi nl, .lanuary 0 to
.March 111.
II tla- Bngtnea, Tractors,
and EqulpMient, January
to to ua
ill. General Farm Repair,
January 30 to 80
IV. Farm Water Supply and
Sanitation, Feb. U to II.
v Gas and Electric Light
and Power, Feb. 1) to 13.
v i Farm ioncrete Construe
tten, February 18-20
For full Information address
Dean f Agriculture, Oorvallls, Oregon,
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Is broad.c.isting to nil the
World this season
"Come! We arc tiattar prepared
than a ver M aatertaln you and maka
your visit a w imlvrful aapar!anca.n
If you hvr nrvcr h ant I CaUrarala H houUI he
tbe SSrart Of yow nfetesja When you are ready
to pluu the krtp let the
Unfits Facsfic
hrln. Sci word to the untn signed by phone, or mail tir
rail. 1 wfllive fOM thbmht of my vcrim kiv,wlvre
nd ptril 1 wi.i ignrliou ch moit hiy.
frlncl matt cr to bo li w. knr r?n) t.-utr-trm,
every kind ( csju.i'im ut miui the emact cxt. I w.i
avi-urw votir tleei tng ctf n rmmo4tkMi provide vnu will,
mi mitllne .f vnur c ip mid hver your t cketi. t-un. J
ttot Imve yn t Iu.ttu .1 v t .nve to attend to bot'i itu'..
detalte, I hvr the tx-t th tl tt, aikl it hall be yourt the
rtkMiunt 1 know u dciire it.
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AIM INQTON, OKKIi.'N
Candler Loves Horses
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TO BATHE BUPD-T'S rfCS BAVE ETES SS-
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Waiter Candler, sen of Asa O. Cund
ler, iiie Atlanta (Oo.J tnlltlonalr, who
i-- striving in develop the finest racing
si able in tin- .Smith, has Just added 19
racing horses to Ills stable near De
catur. Oa bringing the total of rnclng
horsi s up to 60, Although many times
a millionaire, Mr. Candler Is a con
tinued lover nf horses. In the photo
L'rnph is shown Mr. Candler driving
"Bogalousa," one of his fine racing
horses, on hta own track at Decatur.
Boardman Utellem
'. 1 Y out Conversation M""!""!!"'
"SALARY"
t 'I bc i nly thing which relieves I
J. the blues which most of us feel T
at the Brsl 'if the month Is the I
"salary" check, which just "
about i overs our bills. "Salary"
is derived from tin? "salarlutn," 'J
or salt money, which formerly ..
was a definite part of the money JJ
received by soldiers In the ar
mies id' Imperial Rome. Kven
tually Ibe word cume to mean
the entire pay received. Salt
was originally enough of a lux
ury to Justify u designated sum
I for Its purchase In each pay en
t v el ope,
Edited by the Students of the Boardman High School
FOURTH YEAR, 1924-1925
FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 195
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WINTKK SHORT COURSES
Klfvcn ('ourn" With Nam4M Hmi lijtlrs An Kt'llown:
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MiCKIE SAYS
nWERE'S SUOA ftTVWUG M BE1W1
tOO KAUCH OF GOOD FELLER
AK.OUWP MEVJSPAPER OPFICB 1
f we. gwe MUM ooa er-NSE,
VJMERE RE VJE GOIV41 "PO GX
nV' KAOMEM TO PAM OUR. GALL1?
FOtK9 DOWT TWIWVi OF WiXt
VJVIEM THEM ACT GRIEVED BECUXi
WE A'iK CASH PER OORv
'SPACE
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Editors Understand.
Two persons were tried the same
daj bj the same judge in a municipal
COUli In Boston, according to the
press, Due of them was found guilty
and lined tor sounding his horn and
the other for nut sounding It. We an
derstand this experience. The Baf
list.
FITTED FOR THE SPORT
SB-Si.
Sen l'ad, I've been put on the nine!
Dad - Von re not StTWSgi son; are you
titled for ieeb sport V
Son I'll, I'm being fitted to u regu
lar baseball suit now !
Cigars and Statesmen.
CJrmt men In duy one by would plan
with KiuokK to r aetata their olaTsSS
I nop that Uny were better thn
Otfara ttntl baarlhalr boaorad names
m
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Everything . thin. "Spir ,V Span
iisil with the hitet
vi mip os. Hair Tonics, lotions. Kir.
EXCTRIC MA8SAGES
V r Men and Women
I ad'.es Itohs Children i'uts
Beardsley's Barber Shop
llalhs In Couiiection
More Practical. .
The Convalescent--Did yon have my
brouu suit cleaned and pressed while
I was in the hospital?
His Wife - No. 1 had your black
Uit Based up. 1 thought that SIHjl
be better in case anything should hap
lieu. Judge.
The manual training boys did one
fine piece of work before the holidays,
rite Christmas spirit made a strong
lemand for toys and that gave Mr.
Griggs tin idea., Why not the boys
uake enough for nil'.' To make a long
story short, let us state in simple word
iliat the desire of almost the whole
of the grade school was met, and not
a few of the high school boys shared
In the fine assortment of well con
structed toys.
After the holidays the high school
hawing class will specialize in trac
ing and blue printing.
.Mr. (iriggs spent the Christmas in
i'aklma ; Miss Bears went to Bend,
Mis. Deggendorfer to Idnbo and the
esl of die faculty went to Willamette
alley points,
Supt. J. O. Russell was a delegate
from Morrow County to the State
feathers' Association and was In at
tendance tit Portland the last three
days in December. Mrs. Russell and
Klmo accompanied him on the trip.
The big I'hiistmas program at the
school was a success as It should be,
many nice gifts were received by every
pupil pres nt. Hurrah for Santa Clans
I'.nsket ball Is the chief Item for
(iiaCUSalon since the opening of school
Tannery ". At a recent meeting of
the hoys. Klmo Russell was elected as
captain f r 1020 season and Edward
UcCellan business manager. The boys
are looking forward to a successful
season.
The Boerdmas girls nee lining up
for a series of games too. Thyra M.
Beck is the newly elected captain and
Violet Qllbrcth the manager. The
girls are getting out to regular pract
ices and It appears thai there will be
close competition for plnces on the
! first team.
; Thyra Rock and Kdna Reinhart were
al sent from school all dny Wednes
day. We wonder why?
Ituenill Mefford has returned to
school after a slight illness.
The freshman class furnished most
of the news for this issue of TTellem'
(iood work for the Kreshmen.
The noon hour has been lengthened
to one hour since .lanuary 7.th This
will give more lime for the basket-
Ihellteama to practice,. All get out
and help the teams get the real kind
of practice.
The walls if the high school session
room were given a Bjen coating of tint
ing The color Is a light tan with a
cream color for celling.
Midje.i.- final examinations will be
gin Wednesday morning nf nine o'
clock sharp. Hurry with those re
views. The Phyntce Class has completed
work for the first semester except ;i
little reviewing and the flSrSj exam.
The high school girls played an ex
citing game of basket ball on Wednes
day afternoon. They play at lone on
the 9th.
Mis Irene Jensen of Wniia Wai
la and a graduate of -Oregon Agri
cultural college Is to take up the
work of Mi',i Ueggendorfer in tb
school. We a tv glad to welcome you
Miss Jensen, into our school and In
to our community.
plan, and soon became obedient.
Now some people think tha the
teachers duty is simply to teach the
children what Is in the books. This
Isn't so. School life helps to mold a
chttda character. In order to Influ
ence the children In the right way a
teacher has to gain their trust and
love. To do this the teacher must be
neither too strict nor too lenient.
I want to tell you about an amus
:ug incident. There was a small boy
.n the fir9t grade who was under
weight. 1 asked him If he drank milk,
tie said, "No" whem asked if they had
cows, he answered, "yes, we have five
iQt there wouldn't be enough for the
pigs if I drank any."
One day I told the fifth grade Eng
lish class to write a fifty word theme.
Alice came to class without one so I
told her to stay in at recess until
she had It. She watched the other
"hildren at play and in a little bit she
handed In her theme. This is it. "I
)Ut some milk in the saucer for my
iltty. Then I went to the door and
called, Here kitty, kitty, k.tty, kitty,
kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty,
kitty, kitty kitty,
I thank you.
Blanche Imus,' 25, only senior girl.
Value of Being Able to Debate
I think that every high school
should teach debating and public speak
ing and should organize debating
teams among the pupils. A person
who Is schooled In this art can always
be distinguished among numbers of
persons who are not. This reminds
me, somewhat, of a story that I heard
some time ago which goe9 something
like this ; Traveler, "Hey, son where
s your father?." Deacon Millers son,
"Raw Is down in the pig pen. You'll
know him cause he's got a hat on."
This Is the way with a good debater,
you can always pick him out in a
crowd, not because he has a hat on,
but by the way he talks.
Debating and public speaking Is
used in every day life, you cannot get
iway from It.
All agents, senators, peddlers, or
any public officers have to be debat
ers. There are two sides to every
question and these people must know
how to convince their opponents who
ever they happen to be.
Practice In debating helps to put a
student In school at his ease, so when
in later life, he has to speak before a
large audience he will be able to do
so without the least hesitation and
can put over his argument good and
strong.
Francis Gilbreth, '25
EFFECT OF PRICE
AFTER DINNER SPEECHES
Older and W.ser.
"When 1 was a young u:an, I worked
12 hours n day."
Son I admire your outhful energy,
dad, but 1 admire still more the ma
ture wisdom which led you to stop U.
The Continent.
What Thay Laugh at In London.
Movie amp H.isen't you a tljihtef
gown than this?
Tired Wardrobe Manager- No, ma
dam. I'm a costumcr, uot a taxlderm.
1st
the First Year I Taught School
Ladies and Gentlemen. I have been
asked to tell you alxmt my first year
of teaching school Like a great many
would lie" teacher. I looked forward
to my first school, which was in the
smntry. There were but ten pupils,
four girls and six txiys. I thought
that It would lie as easy as pte. as the
--living Six's, but In this I was sadly
mistaken. The Children hnd found out
that It was my first school, ao they
,le bled to make It hard for me. They
-.on devilled that this was not a good
Friend That's a nice photograph of
you and John ; but he has such an
angry look.
WtBe Tea, he would Insist on ask
ing the price before be rat.
End of a Perfect Cow.
A cow stood on the railroad track;
A train came round the band.
She never had baan hit before.
B it she got it D th end.
New Record for Women
H
i
Miss Nancy Aten of Drake uni
versity, a freshman who clipped one
tenth of a second off the former worn
m's national collegiate record for the
E5-yard hurdles In the national tele
graphic meet recently held at Dea
Moines, Iowa.
Fascist! Hits Hard at Foes.
Rome. The Fascisti government,
backed by Its armed militia, dealt
crushing blows to its enemies in con
formity with Premier Mussolini's
promise of Saturday that the political
horizon would be much clearer within
48 hours. Throughout Italy papers
hostile to the government were se
questered, houses raided and oppon
ents of the Fascistl arrested by armed
militia.
Idaho Inaugurates Its New Officials.
Boise, Idaho. The 18th Idaho legis
lature, the second administration of
Governor Moore, and the newly-elected
Justices of the supreme court, were in
augurated at noon Monday.
Newton Painles? Dentists
DR. H. A. NEWTON, MGR. M
Cor. Main and Webb Sts. Pendleton
DR. F. V. PRIME
DENTISTRY
Dental X-ray and Diagnosis
HERMISTOX, OREGON
Bank Building
Phones: Office 93, Residence 751
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Court House
HEPPNER - OREGON
A. H. SWITZER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Arlington, Oregon
WOODSON & SWEEK
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
HEPPNER.
OREGON
In the Jungle Beauty Parlor.
Miss Monk What can I do for you
today. Miss Spotty t
Miss Spotty (the leopardess) You
may manicure my Balls good and
-harp. Then see If you can't do some
ihing to remove my horrid freckle.
HERB GREEN
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Diamonds. Watches. Clocks, Sllyee
ware Time Inspector O-W. K. K. S . fo.
726 Main St. Pendleton, Oregon