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THE BO ARDM AN MIRROR
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BOAROMAN, mokkom ( oiM v, okkgon
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Board man Locals and Personals
At ihe Shrine of Like
T. K. Hroylos was ii business vImII
or tn r'ii(iiit"iii iin Thursday
II. B, Warren a hmllUM vlsii
or in 1 1 fii'i Imi i in 'mi ffattHagrtaj
II R, Wnrrin Is home again after
1 ling a Bra iIhvh in Portland.
Mis Nellie Messenger Is slaying at
Mm Willi, a Hiiatiflf m dining Hie
Um Itmit has lai'ti Improving lil'
ranch Mar Hertnlgtoa t he imsi two
Tln Wm, Otlhrsth family wen- inn
under quarantine iIiIn treat because of
v. Lebimoadier wbu iniH leased the
'illbi vlli plui', moved his family over
from Pattereon this wttk.
The Ladle Alii nift ill Mr. KM
num1 Iumi WimIiichiIhv afternoon, i;
ladles were present for tbi' affair,
Mr mid Mrs. Chester Falling of
Hardiium were guest nt i in. Jenkins
mill McHnnlels home on Wednesday.
'Alvic BtiHwd u niiii ttmnt from
school on account of scarlet fever '
I'lipe lltllt III' Will WHIII In' (I III,, to
I Hut IIiIh room i nol larg" enough to
Iteoomoiliilo mOVO 1 1 1 ii II Itvo or liner
nt a tliui', unil how woiihl wc know
! Imt Hint hi imo mm duo lunl ilio hiiiiic
lili'ii to enjoy tin- "things of tin- air",
I iiml word there iiliniil of ih Mini no
i'imiiii fur tin.
Stem an bow three private sets
I in llio (own iiml wc .if;'.-. i ok wiii
i suggested three .veins into Unit I'llrli
IM'i'm.ii give up oiio night ii wiH'k for
Mclmol hi). hihI lot tin- jH-opli' of tho
project enjoy tin- (rood lliliigM. Holoof
u certain evening f'r null., ulghl nlnl
iuivo rtguiar concerts . Of wt tin
Mcliool linn nl npHilll a nit II. i commit
hi' to attend to in ii).. affair. Arnl wt
limy Hiiy wltli tin- almvc, "what has
become nr tin- i ..111111111111)' spirit."
Hi Snl ni-iiiiy I'VoiiliiK nl the Jtinl
per Canyon Pnvilhai, tin- Amor linn
Lofton I'oni of 1 1 hi r. i in ii n mi vi- ii nnM(
on Joyn lilc Valentino darning party.
Nearly -loo people attended, tlioii- Is
lug a largo dctcgittlen from Hounlmir .
ami Nun.. im. Una country, from Willow
Creek, lone ami lleppucr iiml the i'h n
Karl I'rnmi'r ami Cnele Hank drove ' '"" "'miry. Tin- ninsle wiih furnish
lip from Portland on Saturday Knrl '''' '' the Juniper Orchestra, ami wiim
plniiH on fnrmliiK bin place lam h! tiiieoiiaHotl, Tin- .Ian. oh iliil not linger,
kiiiiiinrr. - no nnollii'r .Inn..' atartml at himhi an
. , , , . 1 ni' ii'bhihI. SupiH-r wan wrvi'ii hi
Uuiri'ii Hla.ly.'ii l. ft on Tu.-w av for ,.,, , , , , ,. ,
1 1 i , ' ' . inlivilalii. ' iifi'torta Htylo. Tlio I,ok
bu mm In Mali... aftwr miiidtna Hi.- , i T. , . "
.. '"" ,H'.VS ll tliank i ii' iN'opo fur
winter with hi- pan-ntM, Mr mid Mrn ,. , , , , ' . .
. n m . t lliilr ul.'ii.liiin-o. mid are iih i liiv-
( . 0. Illavilen here. .,,,, , . . '
fill Willi Hie fin. in. In! ..lit. 'time iih they
.lark SiiiiituerH ami Mr iiMhoru of have n nice aum now with ul.l.li t..
I'l'iiilli'ton. iiRentN of the Northern I. If.- ntnrl llielr rltib riNium.
iiiKuriiii.'e lomimuy weii- inl'a r at
. , " ' "' r-dv . ''' "'3 ;'' i: ,iJjf,., I
At ihe Shrine of Libei Ly
Historical Spots Along Old Oregon
Trail From Seaside to Idaho Line
(Hy M i'h. Helen Myers Warren l
iaie Clmirmiin Hlxtork- Sp its D.A.It.
Wl. klnn.lerlioiili. on Wwl-
Mr ami Mm. Hal Stewart former,
ly .if Koaidman hut now of Kebn. and
MIhh Myrlle MeNelll of Ixlnslon.
were In attenilauef at the Unjlon danee
ul Junlier laat Kaliirdav evenlnit.
Mr and Mm. John Jctiklim. a ml Mrn
UNBl I'Bi kiird unit Minn Klvlra
kin HN'iit the wiH-keiiil with Mr Jen
kltiH hnither i 'Iihm, JeJ.ikliiH ttjMI
ViTlinn. Mr JeiikltiH renrt- Hie road
In HMir eunilltlnn In that vlelnlly.
Mr. and Mrn l.allam.iiidler are re
lent rentera nf the T. K. UroyleH pro-,
erty where Win llllhrt'lb and ramth
have Imi'ii .reHliilnK fr the imnt four
yearn or more Their wm UeorKe and
daughter Mary have entered the third
iiihI tourtb Kraditi Wo are Rla.l to
wi'leome them to our iielirldH.rlioo.l
iraiiKe llnll. Meet
lir.i afield (Srangp held ItH
uiei'Hm; on Monduy evetiltn; in
liiil! Mr. and Mm. ('. S CiilkliiH and
Mm A. II riiaffii., ere Inliliil.-d The
Heputy .faster of Ihe Oregon Stale
(Iranireii. W. It. (iekeler. of l.atirande.
Klive a very lutereHtliiK loetiire on the
Hie lietlefltH of tile tirninf.'. unit netlv
Ith'H of (be ( range In Kiintein n'-
W. It lo'kWer is limni Hi.,;
QlUfM In tBia dlHtri. l HiIh week
oruanUiiiK a I'oiuoiia liuin;.-
H. i illatrkt.
.Mi; lie -bam
J Nentled In a primitive valley, that
Heenied to have known no plow, and
, known na "Lee'H Km a iijn:'ut", an
evprcNH and tage HtiitUm w.ih located
here, by the father .f Waller Mogcli
am. in IWI2 when the "Pony" Kxpress
wan eshihllHhed hy Ben HolHday, this
old log Inn wan horned The gUflint
lig hotel nraa built i.v the railroad
l omiuiuy for ' ilriiudinii Munni" mi l
wan a favorite eating place for yearn,
and famed' f.r "hlek.ii Dinnem".
A Heltlemnt of a senre of H'moiin.
In grow over night Into a hriitflt bH
low of iniuianliy of mime. 21.0Q0 ' .pie.
Wo . niuH'd by (lie w ayside to nee
the gathering of Indians in wagon,
bnggtea, tin Uncieji" and QmomtineA
The ("uynse horse anil Indian rider
gave a reallslle ton.h to this vast
crowd. Ity evening of the third day
of July Ihe gentle kI..h's wliere pine
Siiluirt Iber Asks What Has llenime
School Kadin Set and BaggMtl
llol(lliiK Ki'Kiilar OWMllto
LlffM ' Mci'ls
The Aiiierl.an Leiilon Aiixillnry met
on Thursday evening at Hie home of
Mm. .1 (i ItiiHsoll with Mrs. Havln,
president in tl Iialr. After the ri'itu
In r hiiHlueiiH wKHlon the mAnnem
were entertaluiil by playing .Vai. A
t. a .. .
'" " " """ " ,",',l " while wag-ais ..f the immigrant train-',
the hoatcMH. which on the next day wi re to enact
Kilwariia of Salem, hh.1 the spot dedl
uiteU to the "unknown dead of the
(ld Trail". The old Trull took the
hill at the Hlte of the prenent poM
ahe morning of July .'!rd. the Presi
dential party arrived on time and held
inurt on the rear of the train, wher.'
eowboya and civilians high and low.
did bouiage to our Chief, the Cowboy
farmer in Jeans" iliKiM-nH.il music
which told other hi lea than that of
The Presidential Party 'was cavorted
to the parade grounds, the Presl lent
and bin wife rode in an old Coicord
Stage Couch, driven hy Joe Woods,
see Ml years, an old hand with the
"Slbbona" in the early days of I,a
Crnnde. The iMigeant arrived, winding down
the Old Trail, through the pines, and
in the lead, "Old (!bry", waving
majestically in the gentle mountain
breette, uiub-r Its folds r.Mle Thomas
In Hie iHMiie of the Itonrdman Mir
ror, of JantMry lit, lirju, under the
head of "Radio", the following np
IH'nrs In part : "ItH too had that MM
working plan cannot In- devised where
the good of the school radio can Ih
given liitln, children mid grown ups
of the project. Where the hoya of
Ihe acbooPmay form a cIbhh of radio
Ihstru. tl.iu It h sometimes difficult
to read human nature. To us It .
difficult to understand what one with
a radio set la conteute.1 to secrete him
self wit hln hlH own wnlln with some
Hilng that tie could please the Btoltl
tilde without iiil.lltlonnil effort. Wliat
one doea for himself dies with him.
Whal he does for the multitude lives
ever affcrwa rd. There are throe people
on the project who have radio sets.
May I n sk each one Of $nti to transfer
NM of four home radio Dightf each
week to the siliool set. May I gig
the school hoard to appoint a radio
committee, eo attend to radio affairs.
SI months from today let's not say
t here Is (tin radio set and It has nev
er lieen used. The nlr Is full of good
things for all of us. The school ills
trlct lias purohMtd a means for se '
curing It. Kef's not sulk In our earth'
!y burrows with childish churl ,,n our
lips and pout our Hisslhli
Into every day misery. What tins
become of the community apMl that
we used to l so proud in boaiHng
II. Is now throe years since the a
hove was written hv one of bur proml
I neOl Otttaeni who has since pir
ched ii radio set of his own, having be
come dlsgHiHltd with the OUtCOBM nt
tbe m hooi set, and the article Is Just
mh Bpproptate now as It was Ihree
years ago. What lias become of the
ChOO radio? Has It lieen used tills
winter? If so, hy whomMl. -
We have had but ono public ron
cert this winter and thai was on el
cctlon nlglit. And on thai evening t
was announced hat we were to have
COBCfftl fre.iuently. It hi trtn hai
we could go to the si lioolboiise, after
lunllng up the Janitor, and bare a
private, concert In the engine room.
To Kaise Tiirbc
Chaa. Han ingtou l
Into the liiislu ' ' S H . 1 1
on an extensive mule. At
lie Ih fen. lug a field f "
n three foot closely woven
eight liarUst "Ires Ilia
about twelve find apart.
Iris's grew, wore thickly populate! Jefferson of 1806, with ("apt. Koiicrt
with Indian wigwams, not faraway on Gray, discoverer of the Colu'mhla Itlv
a little high meadow were circled tl r In I TIKI. John Jacob Astor, founder
of Astoria In 1M1, who were the first
trail bi-'zers. These were followed
the great dranui of pioneer (raveling hy the i'mntilla Indians, in wonderful
ami hanlsliips. trllail dress. Four Flathead Indians
pri'iiarlug to go. The stns't of ijrizzly (iul.h wus reprei entlng Ihe "tll.l Chiefs" splendid
raising turkeys, there with Its horrors of gmnhling den, hi their gay attire, rode stately on
the present mid dan.-.' halls The old trading sta- white horses as seekers of "Therhite
acres with Hon and post office and Hudson Hay man's Iss.k of Heaven"- this brought
tiray of the American Hoard of Me
lons in 1880, lioaiing "The H.s.k Of
I leave ii ",
The Kpiseopal misHiomiries were rep
resented by I'dshop Thomas Hcott, who
arrived In ISo-1, and Bishop Morris
win. aame In Ihiw, rMle In a minatnre
Mission liouae on wheels.
T!ie first wagon train of 113, led
by William Martin and drawn by
jen, cows and horses was a patheti;
slglit, tlio two wheeled cart, which
had once been a Wagon, now drawn by
u cow, tiie hide of her mate stretched
over the top of the cart told Its own
sud tule. Powder and shot pouches,
old muskntM, chairs and kettles, an I
many other relics of those days were
v evidence on the wagons, also men.
women, and children fliiannl in the
days of 'ill.
Three old Concord stage coaches,
with leather springs, "the shake stom
ach" variety, pack trains of early min
ing days and freight wagons that ha I
done dcrvlce ptenet rmatille Lend
ing and the Interior, j
The C. K. Heouts and guides, Indian
fighters. Buffalo Bill, Kit Carson.
Jim Hridger. John Fremont. Cnpf.
Sublette. Capt. IV.nneville and V. S.
avalry of lSi'i -68, Hal Kellv first
Oregon IsHister. Ir. John Mi l.augli
Hn, Hudson Hay agent. Jim- Sleek who
turned the tide at I'hiitnpoeg In Slav
1848. Thomas Hcnt. n and Stephen A
Iouglas, friends of Oregon In C mgress
A. H Meocham tupt of Indian affairs.
Cisirge Als'i-nathy. first provisional
governor. John Wldtaker, fimt gover
nor of Oregon. "State". Col. K. Ii.
Itaker. first C S Senator from Oregon
Joe Meek, first 1". S. Marshall. Chtrfx
Joaepb of the Nez Pen-e trlls and1
War Eagle of the Cayuse trllie and
Pagan of tlie Ptatea, Cowboys, and
Cowgirls, in the great company of
Indians were six war chiefs of our
lay. Cmaptae .f the Cayuse trits?. age
TO years. William Jos'inn an age I
chief Amos Pond aged 80 of the V
inatilla tril and Poker Jim of Walla
Walla trllH', aged 751 y. am. OilU'i't
Minthorn and Ids mother at 100 years
of age, Leo Sampson was the Interpre
ter! Here the ag.si and youth gatii
ered to celebrate tts' pflsitrre of the
old linn I and welcome the Nc"- lllg'i
way. truly It wan a prophetic sight
as the old Indian and the old trails
are fast illsap'siirlng from our vis
ion. After the review of this wonderful
thing, the Indians moved Into camp
and the immigrant wagons circlet', into
. (Continued Next Week!
WALKER D. HINES
W li e
Mike Mulligan Is putting a "' inch
woven wire fence around his farm of
acres. We don't know If Mr. Mul
ligan Is trying to kis'p the sheep In.
or the rabbits out, anyway It Is an
ad. led Improvement.
M. W A. Kntertains
The M W, v. entertatnedthe Roy
ul Neighbors and n few friends Tiles
doy evening. The evening was sisuit
playing ",VS". after srhlcb a lunch
of oyster s..up, fioughnutR and coffee
Fur Company station, the mission.
sknle" and everything that glndened
tlie heart of the pioneer and frontier
men. Just in-ross the way stood the
spin-lolls dining lent erected for our
pioneers, and rest quarters with hos
pital equipment to remind us of our
present day comforts. Tills was where
l'leslden! Harding and parly dined.
While grading In Mcacrlam beside
the raTlroad track to make space for
tears to the eyes and we wondered if
we had Isjen a failure. Then came
the missionaries of 1S.'14, Jason I.ee
and his Methodist parly of Panic! Leg
Cyrus SliiHHird, Phillip I'dwanls.
Oeettney Walker and David Leslie,
and the brave women. Mrs. Jason I.ce
who gave her young life with that of
her infant and wis the first white
woman bailed in the west, wio w'tb
Sian 1 'owning Cyrus Wa'ker end
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
the Presidential party train, the I sines .'lison I.ee. were tl i first '.."dihil In
of an army officer were n iienrt lied, this country, on July. 10, 1S.'". Als.i
his buttons were still bright to tell Miss Klvlra Johnson and others. Hr.
the story : beside hitn rested the tiones and Mrs. Marcus Whitman, empire
of a child, these were gently laid In n builders who laid down their lives
bunting w rapiH'd BOX vnd reentered In that horrible massacre in 1 s. 17.
en the morning f July 1th. the burial their co workers and companions Itcv
service was ConifActed by Ucv 0. A. W. I. SpnuhllliK and wife, W. H.
Oklahoma Town Is in Peril
Tbo senate voted gr.0,000 for
pairs to the White RoUM roof.
10 1 i Ii II Hoot, former secretary
State, celebrated the eightieth nunl
ven ary of his tilrth Saturday.
Northern and central California
happiness Ins! week Were buffeted hy a severe
storm which ripped numerous build
ings from their foundation!.
United States, Prance and Italy
have protested to Albania over all
oil concessions to tbo Amdo-Poi'Mlan
commission, according to tin. London
Ono fireman wus killed and more
than $2,(111(1.000 damage caused hy fire
which swept through tlie American
Hoyai Livestock arena, housing Kan
sas City's annual automobile allow.
Frederic William Upham, HI. of
Chicago, for 20 youm the financial go
nitis of the republican parly and na
tionally prominent figure In the busi
ness world, slled at his home in Palm
Begch, Fin. Last June Mr. Ppham
resigned as treasurer pt the national
republican commit tee on account of
isfta'mKxam 'Tl i anew ."i
Walker D. Hincs, former director
general of railroads, who riss been ap
pointed director of the League of Na
tions commission to investigate navi
gation conditions on the Danube and
PARKS IS NAMED
Washington, P. C. George Alex
ander Parka of Alaska was nominated
by President Cqolldge to be governor
Mr. Parks, who has been stationed
in Alaska for ncvcal years, will suc
ceed Scott C. Bone, whose term f
governor will expire in several
The nomination came as a surpris
inasmuch as the term of Governor
Bone does not expire until next June,
and he had not submitted a formal
resignation. The president recently
reappointed Governor Farrington of
Hawaii, and the belief was gener.il
that he intended to give Govern- r
Bone "another term of office.
The administration itl Alaskan af
fairs by Governor Bone has been
marked by several controversies, but
whether these had a Wearing on the
president's decision was not mads
known at ths White House.
NIGHT SESSIONS BY
SENATE ARE BEGUN
A. H. Allen has sold his 12 acre-:
to Mm. Hon., ,,f Waii.iwa Oregon and filibuster Blocks Consideration
mi- lien i win is ci . en v ncn nostra, is
arrive from Hcppi ei
T'.e local grange had an fectfid
speaker who glee a i. ngthy talk ou
the work of 'the grange, its member-
ship, costs and plans at the high ached Washington. D. C The 6Sth con-
auditorium on Wednesday evening. Re gress is leisurely writing the final
freshments were served hy the ladles chapter of its history,
lot' the, grange and a goodly number of The house, having disposed of all
people other than mcmliers. attended of the regular supply bills, is moving
G. C Itansler. has sold his acreage along slowly in the consideration of
to Ilenuet Brothers Of l inntilla and the general legislation on jts calendar,
traded bis school bus to C. C. Barker The senate. In less fortunate posi-
for the Star touring car. Mr. Barker tion with respect to appropriation
Is going to finish the term on the measures, feels a keener urge for
s. hool route and the Hansler family haste, but is blocked by a filibuster
will move to a uew location at some directed at aeveral measures,
time in the future. He has two or with the inauguration of regular
three places under consideration. niKht se8sion8 Monday, leaders in the
Kdward Sehmallng from Deer Park. genate are hop,lful of gpeeding up
Washington has moved Into the L. A 0UsineS8i but are fa,.ed wi,n real con.
stable Fruit Farm and will farm It troversies over the emergency officer
for Sir. Doble for the coming season, retirement bill, the Cape Cod measure
ut least. His son will arrive next and the conteTtiace reDort on Mu8clo
Week and rest of the family after shoas
school doses at Deer Park. Frank Houge (?ader8 hftVe made nJ p,an3
has h,H.n s,H'ii.ling most of his tin," for S0SB,ons
on the place tin. r.vently on account SattafM ,hat , of appropria.
of Meg I laid off from railroad work lton bm, lncludinB , huge detlclt,nc.y
at I inn 1 1 tin and is getting everything , . j ... v
. " measure st ill to be passed, will be in
in tip top shape for the summer. ,. . . . .. , .
the hands of the president well in ad
vance of adjournment on March 4,
Oregon Guard Camp Approved. leaders of both tho house and senate
Salem, Or. -Camp Lewis went into are concerned as to the fate of sev
the discard as a training plant for sra other measures, notably the
the Oregon national guard troops postal pay and rate increase bill aud
when Brigadier General George A. farm relief legislation.
White, commanding, obtained frum Farm legislation still is in tho
the war department approval of his formulatlve stage, and until the house
pluns for maneuver grounds in Ore- ned senate agriculture committees
gon. Tho site of the Oregon training can come to agreement on a bill to
ca,mp in Jackson county has been ap embody the recommendations of tho
proved, General White said. It is president's agricultural conference.
of Important Legislation
in Upper House.
located northeast of Medford.
Weeks and Wilbur f iut Submit Data.
Washington, 1). r. - Aroused by
testimony from officers, on both the
active and reserve lists of the army
leaders call make no specific pluns us,
to time for consideration.
4 Kelso Mayor Found Guilty.
Kelso. Wash. Mayor A. Hurio Todd
I laileyvlllc, a HourlsluHlg town In Oklahoma, is located over some ahaii
dolled mines, and recently several buildings In the center of the place showed
signs of sinking Into the old eeuvatlells and had to be abandoned. Tlie pic
ture shows the llnitrond V. M C. A. building braced to keep it from toppling
wus found tuiltv of malicious nrosecn.
and navy that the United States Ii tlon ,,y JuUce Qeorge A. pol(UJUi WJ
find bim 1 anfl costs. Todd will ap
peal to superior court. The charge
deficient in air power, the house air
cruft committee called upon Seen
Urles Weeks and Wilbur to send was mao bymeorg, H. Norris, city
roprosenlutlvcs hetom it to show how .,!,, h,, , tll ,
v.. , ........ i. III. mien, UL
the war and navy depart uents could Norris by Toad ret.entIy on , ctMrgo
adeuimtely defend the nation Bgalnil o( retaulug uniawfuHy tho rt)cordil oI
an attack from the air. tne eUy enginoer'8 0 .