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About The Boardman mirror. (Boardman, Or.) 1921-1925 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1925)
THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
FRIDAY APRIL 3, W25
Publiihed by The
Currey Printing Company
George Huntington Currey, and
olive m. Carrey
1M i l us mill Proprietors
1 1 . 10 on Tuesdav. They w;re
roufo in tioppnor.
W. (;. Palmlter, of Windy Nook, was
a bualnene caller in Cecil on Saturday.
etpoke of the income tax and its re-
peal aitd is it strong advocate for its
restoration. He told the people to
keep up their grunge work and not
to fight the Farmer's Union for he
W. V. Pedro of Kwlug, Henry W. said, "Von BttVe enuf to fight your
PUBLISHED EVERY. FRIDAY
.2.oii PER V'KAR IN ADVANCE
Krebs of the Last Camp, accompanied enemies, don't fight your friends.
I ly Hie .Misses A. C, and M. H. Lowe,
"i the Highway House and A. 0. Hynd
uf Butterfly Flats, took in the Elks'
da nee nt Condon on .Saturday.
ot her telling point in ids talk Was,
"the danger of America lies just a
head, and if your problems are solved
in the grange and in the churches and
Must Have Own Opinions
The floating of other men's nplnloni
in our brains makes us not one jot the
more knowing though they happen to
he true we must have our own.
Clifford Henricksen, who has been the schools. Governor Pierce siiid
Halting id Portland and vicinity for ie belcived the Public Service Com-1
SI" 'Hlll cllISS
it for v.
I United siiiies ports
iis.imii) hoard feel of
n Increase of three per cent
i, according to figures com
the Bureau of Foreign and
t 'mm no ire.
; of Douglvs fir lumber show
reuse el 1(15,560 .M. feci over
' 1 1 w pine lumber Increased
f' l i . while , allow pine tini
rd nn Increase of some loon
mission should be appointed by Hip
Governor and also that the commis
sion should be self supporting as it
1ms cost the st.ite $80,000 per year.
He also said that Oregon would soon
have b game combination In the state
that we can't break. His talk was
full of Interest all the way thru and
be discussed vital questions freely,
During 1022, the lumber Industry
earned a net taxable Income amount
iiif,' to (30708,027.
Frelghl loadings of forest products
tor the Brat two mouths of 1028, ware
Slightly lower Hum fur Ihe same per-
io,i of is-i but were considerably larg
er I ban fpr (OSS,
ihe Pacific Northwest
(reused I.I per cent
lotaUed I, i';:..:;iil.!ll f
lo (he Allanllc coast
i i n! bigbor I linn for
In 1024, in
rer 1933, and
were 36.7 per
192H and ship
h tew days, returned home on Thurs
day. Mrs. ii. J. Btreeter and Miss Opal
were visiting with Mrs. Alf Mcdlock
of Poplar Grove on Friday.
Mr. ond Mrs. George Krebs and son
and Mrs. J. Herman and daughter of
the Last Camp were visiting with
friends In Arlington on Thursday.
.Mr. and Mrs. I,. Funk and duugh- and frankly,
ter, who haw beep residing in the Lo He Informed us that In spite of the!
pin cottage for some months, moved repeal of the income tax that since
lo the Curtlss place the first of the his term in office, the property tax
week, in Oregon had been lowered 2U mil-1
John Krebs, who has been superin- lions. Another mailer he exniaiapri
tending trailing a bund of ewes and Was the dgaret tax. The revenue de
lambs to Rock Creek, returned to the rived would be large and should low
Last Camp on Tuesday. er the property tax proportionately.
Jack Hynd, student of Heppner Governor Pierce left on the 0.15 train
High, mid Miss Violet Hynd of lone tor I, a Grande where he was to speak
spent the week end with their par- hi his home grange on Saturday. The
enti at Butterfly Flats. I Governor has had a hard fight and
W. H. Chandler uf Willow Creek has just been thru a legislative session,
ranch was a business caller In Cecil where the members were not In bar
on Saturday, mony with biiii.be has fought a cood
- fight ami Republicans, and Democrats,
BIGHT MILK and all admire him for the stand he
Bob MontagUa and Brady Lamon has taken, and as he says, "it would
or Toppinish, Washington, were visit- ie far easier to drift with the ide".
Ing the Montague! at Eight Mile Hun- lioardnum people are grateful to the
Montague la stock buyer rjreenfield Grange for bringing the
S Co., nt Seattle and has tlmrarnnr hum ami atvitur tlm ,.l .
trip an opportunity to hear him.
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The association of
Dr. W. M. Kelly
of Spokane. Washington
Dr. F. V. Prime
Dentistry, Dental X-Ray
niiigs and Sundays by appointment
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Court House
For bargains in Second Hand Goods,
(e Rider in Hermiston. Oct 24tf
Newton Painless Dentists
bit, II. A. NEWTON, MGR.
Cor. Main aid Webb Sts. Pendleton
Romans Used Charcoal
The fuel of Ihe ancient Komans was
almost exclusively charcoal. This was
burned In open pans, without grille or
flue, and gave economical heat for liv
ing rooms and baths.
incut! to China increased (il per cent.
ing on the pi
Industry serves as
iiiul has a direct he
asperity of millions
'EM I lorn
I've Stopped the paper, yc
I didn't like lo do il.
l or II Illor, he got I
And I allow he'll rue il,
I am the man who pnys h1 I 'bis
And will not he insulted
Hu when ihe editor gels too smart
I want to be consulted.
I I ol. bis paper I.FVF.N years
..lid helped Mm all I Wild, lit
But when ii comes lo dunnlti' mi
I (lidn'l think he would, sit'.
I'm thai he dill and you can bet
it made me hot as thunder
1 says "ill slop thai sheet, I will
If I be doggoned thing Bio'i ill. del.'
I hunted no Ihe editor
nd for his cunnln' caper
I paid him TiBYBN years and oultl
os sir ! I stopped I be paper.
Lilacs, mid fruit trie bloom; on the
air, Oh Boy! Spring! and what was
thai they said about March la like a
lamb and out ? Not la Arlington,
The tourists are on the move. I.ad
en cars are going through la not Ira
bio numbers the pasl lew aays.
ret iiineil from
to the Dakotaa,
Mr. ami Mrs. P, H.-Splllman and
family ami Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Spillman spent the day Sunday at the
Asber Montague home.
Mr. McKelvev and vouncr son visit
ed over Sunday at the L. L. Montague
Mrs. Prang Montague and children
and nioiher, .Mrs. Albert Meade, spent,
Saturday at the Montague Company
Floyd Jarvli came out to work fori
the Montague Company sheep camp.
Miss Rhode Meek, Cecil school teach
er, visited at the houie of her aunt,
Mrs. Aaher Montague, over the week
end. .lames Profit, accompanied by Miss
Ithoda Beck and Miss Edith Mon
i. ague, motored over to Roosevelt to
Visit al the home of Mrs. I). A. Cox
Mrs. It. II. Turner left Monday
nn. ruing for n business trip to Port
land. Miss Mary Nelson was n Condon
1st tor Over the week end.
H. 1 B Turner of lone Is visiting
111 'be It II. Turner home on F.lght
Miss Agnes McFndden. who has
been visiting at the home of her sta
ler. Mis Herd, left for The Dalles
Mixing (Sheep and tattle I rem Win
i , feeding Grounds ltai Bay
ul Haver t' Home
Mr. and Mrs. K Farnsworth and
family of libra Siding were Ailing
ion callers mi Saturday.
T. M. Benedict of Lyle, Washing
Ion was lulling on frbnds in Cecil
on Thursday, before returning to Ids
home, lie was arronipa tiled as far its
Ti c Dalles by .1. W. ptbOftl of Fair
Mrs. B. K. Duncan and small son
i Busy lire was railing on Mrs. J.
F. ( t'.Neal on Saturday.
Ml and Mis. II. V. Tyler and fam
ily Were the Sunday guels of Mr. and
Mis. W. II. Hutur of the Collage.
W. V. Pedro of Kwlug was il i!r. ,
hn inesa In Brho mi Monday,
Waller Pops ol IlilNldo was n bttsl
iicns caller In lone on Friday.
d V. Logan, site riff of (illliMtn Co,
w i- a caller in Ceil ami Four Mile
Mr. end Mis. Dell Ward of lone
w.ie lie Sunday guests nt the hone
of Mr. ami Mr.. K. Fa i usworlh, of
I lerma n Haveroet of lone whs a
falter In Coell on Sunday, Herman
v.'as wearing a brond smile and stand
ing treaty on the arrival of a Hue son
at li t- home.
3, W Keyaier, of Heppner, was .
caller ai Butterfly liaiis on Satur
A bund of yearlings belonging to
Hynd Xros, of Hut in fly Flats kaffl
on Friday for Monument. They were
in charre of (ieorge Wilsmi,
lli'iry II Krebs. of the Last Camp,
wi - ii Heptmer caller on Friday.
H'. It. tin i rail of For I land. Mi-eoni
Paul, d by Miss Annie IDnd of loe
l.awn, were callers at the Hlghwa)
Goveratf Ran Friday
Moardinun had n big day last Fri
day when Governor V,ili,.r m ii,...
"as Ihe city's guest. He came In on
the local and spoke to the students of!
Hli high srl I in die afternoon. He
was welcomed with music and an ad
dress ,,f welcome was given by Elmo,
Itussell. liovernor Pierce's talk was
Of greiii Iniercst and he told many In
cidents ii ml stories to help bring home
his points In the evening n wonder
lui dinner attesting the skin of the
BoardnMUl cooks, was served nt Ihe
I school cafeteria to M or more. In the
evening the (iovenmr addressed an
aUdietlCe that filled (he school audi
loriiini Ills talk was straight from
the shoulder and unafraid. II was
based on the legislative matters which
I had come up since he entered the
office of governor He told of the
bills he had Vetoed nd whv. He
WOODSON & SWEEK
VI TOKNEYS AT LAW
Wheat Hard white, hard winter,
northern spring and western white,
$l.r0; soft white, $1.51; western red.
Hay Alfalfa, $19 19.50 ton; valley
timothy, $2021; eastern Oregon
Hutterfat 48c delivered Portland.
Eggs Ranch, 25328c
Cheese Prices f. o. b. Tillamook:
Triplets, 27c; loaf, 28c per lb.
Cattle Steers, good, $8.259.00.
Hogs Medium to choice, $12.50
Sheep Lambs, medium to choice,
Wheat Soft white, western white,
hard winter, northern spring. $1.50;
western red, $1.47; Big Bend blue
Hay Alfalfa, $23; D. C, $28; tlm
othy, $26; D. C. $28; mixed hay, $24.
Butterfat - 45c.
Eggs Ranch, 2731c.
Hogs Top hogs, $14.85.
Cattle- Choice steers, $8.2f9.00.
Cheese Washington cream brick,
19c; WashtnKton triplets, 1920c
Washington Young America, 21 22c.
Hogs-Prime mixed. $12. 75 14.00.
Cattle Prime steers. $8 8.50.
At Least That
Being broke may not he a dlsgrnce,
but It Is dreadfully tiresome. Los
Community Church Service
Sunday School 10t3Q a.
Church Service 13 ittt) a.
Christian Endeavor f '20 P.
All are Welcome
KEY. B. S. HUGHES, Pastor,
A. H. SWITZEK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A I T O B E P A I BIN 0
At your Home
All Work Guaranteed
THE TWO '
THAT STAND THE TEST
Kelly Springfield and Badger
TIRES AND TI RES
WE SF.I.L 'EM
Now is the time to gat your car overhauled or repairs done
quickly before the rush season comes on. Bring them In let's
talk and look 'em over.
WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR
THEY ABE IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES
ten days free trial. You and your friend
We install anil allow
are tne judges
in this district,
It' not pleased, you nay nothing
!' sold at a discount to introduce them
ii service these instruments free at any
Maxwell Touring: Car For Sale
THIS IK IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER
took il in on a trade last fall and have worked it over
WATCH OCR ADS
Batteries Batteries Batteries
FOR AUTOMOBILES, RADIOS AND OTHER PURPOSES
Wo have made arrangements with reliable battery manufac
turers that will enable us to compete with any quality batteries
in price and will guarantee them.
W. E. Smith, Prop.
BAT ISFACTK IN ! L'ARANTEED
J. C. Ballenger
The Highway Inn
O. H. Warner, Proprietor
Suits, Coats, Ho
and all notion necessities
At a Ladies' Shop
Daisy Hat Bags
For car and general use. Patent leather, well
lined, strap handles.
Sally Brown Jumper Dresses, several pretty num
bers, light colors. Silk Hosiery. New Silk Scarfs
Select For Easter now
Upper Street Millinery & Gift Shop
"the Cift Different"
Cox Residence Main Street Arlington, Ore.
The Business Man
Wholesome Home Cooking
THE REST PLACE TO EAT BETWEEN
U.ili hniitber and Jeweler
lime Inductor ('. R. K. A N. Co.
7:i Main SI. Pendleton, Oregon
Eat and Drink
New French Cafe
E. J, MrKNEKLY, I You.
(Onl) Ibe Bout FimxIk Servi'ilt
PAN01 tCm CREAMS
I'lirnisbeil noma Over Cafe
(Juick Serlre Lunch Counter
In Conner! ion With
rOC ARM WFIi'OMK HERE
Yiolin E Flat Saxophone Drums
Kiflh Piece - C Saxophone
4 or Eive Piece Combination
Open For Engagements Anywhere
lhonr or Write For Hales Call or ddress
BILL I.1MIOFF. Manager
To be successful in handling you business
affairs, no matter how extensive or how
limited they may be, you must handle them
in a businesslike manner.
Paying all bills by Check is one of the first
steps, since it gives you an absolute record
of receipts and expenditures.
ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK
Oldest Bank in Gilliam County