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THE BOARDMAN MIRROR
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925
Published by The
Currey Printing Company
George Huntington Currey, and
olive M. Currey
ESditora and Proprietors
PUBLISHED EVERY I IUDAV
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Entered as second -clsaa matter Vv.
II. 1901, a; the posiofflee at Board
man. On . noder art of Mar. I8TO.
A little ail in The Mirror nil! sell
ll for Ma
farmers have a good storage place for
their potatoes throughout the winter
times, says a (Jolted Staes depart
of agriculture lutlletin. The house
should be well darkened, well venti
lated and well insuated from extreme
cold or extreme warm weather conditions.
(.() ERNMENT REPORTS
IMG WHEAT SHORTAGE
(Continued from page one)
if the past winter,
Eovernment crop re-
up the mlldeW
I hi' tern of unfolding
Lng of nil mildewed shoot t
as they appear In the ipriu
( reon orchards
with the lime sulfi
imi penerates in
ot tips II
from the frer.e
tti shov- n by t In
I s As the result production indi
cations are smaller than in any year
Since 1017 and aboul 1 15 million hush
is trouble- els less limn hist year's crop .accord
use of a ing to the latest reports from the ag-
A. H. SVVITZER
ATTORXEV AT LAW
o the i
by I he
si Of I
ea t ty$
community hundreds mid even thous
ands of dollars, which would more
than repay them for the trouhle ami
expense of improving our town.
Let us, as cittieni of Boardtnsn, see
what we can do towards beautifying
our home town and make it as entic
ing to visitors us we can.
At your Home
All Work 'Guaranteed
M. L. MORGAN
Telephone Call Weston's
These are busy dsys for tire main
tenance men on fbc highways. The
gww) road of Kasrtern Oregon have
added t i ery rutin's horison and add-
make spraying difbcull and
Wherever practicable win le
pread of the mildew.
l,'J55,000 .hushels of
i Issued, based on
the crop April 1st, Recording to the figures of a silo
,, aVeragO cionun ui ,-,-i, i-nm- in I in i U1VU,
w...,r.l,.,,..l I... T IT....I.A
aVerai'e n-uo,' , innjjrivu A, u. i.,i i.i'i,
halve i secretary of the Nebraska Creamery
Association, there were on January
1st, 1026, more than a half million
silos in use on the farms of the na-1
tion. Oregon was credited with hav
ing 5020 silos.
irop until tli
The Highway Inn
Under New Management
W. H. WOODARD, Proprietor
it bout the
ereris1ing work of the mantennnoe
rs'-rs i v , ul.l m . ,,, 1 i-.-e nil their
fhann. , : t Mstsi
( From 0. A. C.
School of Home
illdltlon of the crop on April
per cent of normal, tin-
than n quarter of a
.option of 1917.
riiere was a do
the condition from
April, compared with
lie of 4.4 points in
Wholesome Home Cooking
An uM'rfBeia) fnwui by (he census
bureau pnedk-d the final totals in
June will rihosr that the t'nited States
hs a pormUii ri of m V U 00. a sain
if (WD.aiW siwe 1P3C. A healthy
growth when the limitation on Immi
gration, which ha iern in effect for
several years, is taken into consideration.
The. e Warn rain are like pine
balsam to a sore joint. They bring
cheer to the heart Of the farmer and
promise renewed prosperity. May
they occur frequently throogbou the
OREGON TO RECEIVE MONEY
FOB FOREST ROADS
a letter frorm Senator Rtanfield nn-
nuiiliees that Oregon will reecho the
sum of 11,080,474 from tlx- amount
allotted iu the Second I tellelency Ap
propriation hill passed during the clos
ing days of the last congress.
The Second Deficiency Appropria
tion authorized the Secretary of Agri
culture to apportion $7,000,000 among
the National Poresl slates of II on
StrUetlon of National forest roads and
By Beetlos 29 of the federal High
way Act. the total is divided Into two
funds $i, -.oo.noo for the pores) high-
wa.v fund and $8,000,000 for I he For
est development funl,
The Secretary of Agriculture lms
lake ii the required action, f the
$7300,000, Oregon Will receive $581,
7i." from the Pores! highway fund and
$407,789 from the Pores! development
I'M I I.SIFIFD Oil. SPRAYS
CHECK RED SPIDER MITE
are useiui n
miles on reg 'l
rating oil is
ontrollt'g led soldi t
i plants, 'ays "if ex-
Ulneral or rubrl-
p i ite of
spreader i. adding watei
Kilning well, until 's gallons of wa
ter have been added. I'ul the oil Inh
a suiiuhie coirnlntr, add the casein
RiXtur and p i u i it ha U Into itself
i.i der preaauyo, . r more ic possible.
Ul Ing a coarse spiny mr hini,et pump
After mumping monies) or two re
duce the opening of the usnahi tan til
a Hue spray Is olilallied ami loimp '"
to another container. Then pump il
hack again into tlrsi ocnlalner,
This makes a concent rated Holutlon
Which Is diluted with water hefore
using. To the reipilrcd amotlnt of
iiiliceiit rated solution add an ecpial
amount of water. Stir thoroughly
and Miur slowly into Hie spray I. ink
which has the required amount of wa
ter for lluiil dilution ul the rate of
one to two gallons of solution to l"0
gallons of water. The agitator should
be started before the emulsion Is
The mineral oil may he of any me
ilium grade, cheap oils. Illiiek find or
similar mis should nol Ik- used. The
Rim milk ami hyilrated Mute spread
o' nav be sahatltuted for the caaohi
sprender. , t
The uears of a Dover egg beater
'leaned witli a little alcohol Instead
of "ii prevents black "smudges."
Excess juice saved from canned
frtlil is used as sauces for puddings.
onions hulled with cabbage or cau
liflower have very little odor.
Wire baskets, such as used for hold
ing letters iu otliees are excellent for
vegetables In the pantry.
An asbestos mat makes an ideal
lousier. Bread may also he toasted
mi Ihi' hot surface of a skillet.
Paper hugs that groceries come ill,
placed iii the garbage pail, save time
in cleaning the pail.
S.'ill placed in the oven under bak
ing tins prevent scorching food on the
Canned goods opened several hours
hefore I hey are used laste more fresh.
The use of scissors in preparing let
tuce and In cutting sandwiches sines
Bggl pricked at the hig end with B
pin hefore boiling prevent cracking.
Painting the lower cellar stair while
avoids (ear of misstep.
Piano keys cleansed with a cloth
dipped in alcohol keeps them white.
If the cloth comes In contact with the
varnish, il removes it.
Women v.ho would angle without a
license must do so between now and
May US, hecuuse after that, time they
must buy a license just as men do. I
THE REST PLACE TO EAT BETWEEN THE DALLES
Give Us a Trial
uel ll In
Worm Grows Worse
ry worms, becoming Increas-
Important in Oregon, are sue- g
lly controlled by centering a:8
attack on II, e adult flies gpsl H
th" cherries ripen, the expert-.
tsutlon adviBOS, A sweetened Jt
liquid Is sprayed lightly on the it
i of Hie trees where the flics
n Hie small droplets. The Jf
u' the preparation is as i
derod had arsenate, pound:
cs or syrdp, 2 quarts; water.
Ions. Never use honey, the sto
dvises, as it will attract lavs
he killed Ms well. This
Is sufficient for about 60
Eat and Drink
l . At The
I tew French Cafe
E. J. McKNEELY, Prop.
(Only the Host Foods Served)
FANCY ICE (REAMS
a Furnished Rooms Over Cafe
H Quirk Service Lunch 'Counter
in Connection With
1 vor ARE WELCOME HERE
I!. K. Turner, who is operating the
Henry McKlnint ranch in the Wing
vllle di i ril l, is reported to have lost
I wo work horses last week, caused by
outs prepared tor squirrels,
lead 'of horses broke into the
here t he mils were disl rtbuti d
all were affected by enting the
poisoned grain. Two of
RADIO OPERATIRS WANTED
FIR THE I . S. ARMY
J. C. Ballenger
Violin E Flat Saxophone Drums
Fifth Piece - C Saxaphone
4 or Five Piece Combination
Open For Engagements Anywhere
Phone or Write For Dates
Call or Address
BILL LINHOFF, Manager
OREGON INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Commanding General of 1
Corps area, with headquarters erection
Presidio Of San Francisco, has hind.
notified Co. '. W, Andrews, recruit The t'nited
ing ollicer in the Railway Exchange 111 Salem will
building at Portland, Oregon .that ing, ni a com
there are several vacancies and pros-1 The first (
been approved for the
$700,000 hotel In I'ort-
9tStea National Rank
rebuild its hank build-
hristlan Church at Kln-
weather at Pen
peclive vacancies for radio operators mat h Fulls will build a K35.000 edifice,
in the Stb Service Co., Signal Corps,' Itnins and
r. s. army, for duty at the Presidio, dleton have
ill San Francisco, Fort Douglas, I'tnh prospects,
(Salt I.irke Cltjr) and with the Army the O.-.W.
Transport Service. The 8th Service ttU Is near
coinpnny Is composed of approximate- open cuts
ly 1T men with headquarters In San grounds,
Francisco, and the most of their per In the pasl Eighl
sonnet are on detached service iu the paid $140,000,000
Army Transport Service and at Fori $l" per capita.
in troublesome cave In
years Oregon has
war taxes, ahout
Douglas, I'lali, and Scuttle Wnslilug
ton. Those in the Transport Service
make regular trips form Bu Francis
co lii New York and other Atlantic
Coast cities, through the PantBU Ofl
mil. They also take regular trips to
Honolulu, Manila. Tientsin. Nagasaki
and other cities In the Orient.
Other enlistments recently SUtOOr
ied I limited number) are for the Air
Service, Coast Artillery, Infant rv. Big
Ual Corps, t.luartermasler Corps ami
the Medical 1 )cpa it ment, for servii
In I he I'hillpplne Islands.
v cheese factory win be
Rlverdale, in the Tillamook
to c ost $10J900. '
I'ifieeu thousand people visited the
city i.f Balena, Oregoo on Blossom Day,
The Randon Western World has Is
sued an excellenl 24-page special
!'' s). f niilnlier.
The Retuike Walker business eol
id Furl laud will build a $250,000
in .1 Iquarters building.
A Federal air patrol will be estab
lished at Eugene, with fflur machines
and II' livers.
W. E. Smith, Prop.
Mail Orders Given
QC IC K SERVICE
For bargains in Seccnd Hand Goods,
see Rider in HermistOB, Oct 2U1
The Business Man
Better results from seetl potatiM
are aMntned if the blossMH end la nt
cut or Injuieit M7S O It. Hyslop, dfj
the experiment station at Cprwillln. I
The reasons are that the terminal
sprout Is the most vigorous, the hlos-1
som end is capable of producing more
sprouts, there Is losx disease to limit
the stun and the yield is greater.
Dehorn steers this sprliiK that
lo he put In the feed lot in the fall.
Mays the Oregon n' at Ion RMclallstsi I
Nothing creiilcs more disturtmuiv j
mid iodin es (he possible gain more .
i him (he pivsemv of horns on the aul-1
mills iu the feed lot I sing n saw
and cutting a ring of skin and hair
at (he Iwtse f events the danger of
growth nf stubby limns.
it Is important In Oregon that the
To be successful in handling your business
affairs, no natter luv. extensive or how
limited they may be, jou iiiuj t handle them
in a husinesslike manner.
Paying all bills by Cheek is one of the first
steps, since it gives you an absolute record
of receipts and expenditures.
ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK
Oldest Hank In Giniam Count
Newton Painless Dentists
DR. II A NEWTON, MGR.
Vor. Main and Webb Sts. lVndleton
The association of
Dr. VV. M. Kelly
of Spokane, Washington ,
Dr. F. V. Prime
Dentistry, Dental X-R:iy
i: eiiings and Sundays by appointment
S. E, NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
THAT STAND THE TEST
Kelly Springfield and Badger
TIRES AND TUBES
WK SKI, I. KM
Now is the time lo
quickly, before the rusl
talk and look 'em oyer.
gel your car overhauled or repairs done
season comes on. Bring them in let's
WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR
OZARK A RADIOS
THEY ARE IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES
We install and allow ten days free trial. You and your friends
are the judges. If net pleased, you pay nothing.
Firs) three sets will be sold at a discount to introduce them
in (his district. We also .service these instruments free at any
Maxwell Touring Car For Sale
THIS IS IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER
We took it In on a trade hist fall and have worked it over
WATCH Ol R ADS
FOR AUTOMOBILES, RADIOS AND OTHER PURPOSES
We have made arrangements with reliable buttery manufac
turers thai will enable us to compete with any quality batteries
In price and Will guarantee them.
Irrigon - - . Oregon
Office in t'otirt House
HEPPNER - - - OREGON
WOODSON & SWEKK
ATTORNEYS -AT LAW
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silver
ware Time Inspector Off, R. R. A N. Co.
IM Main St. Pendleton, Oregon
Coinmunil) Church Service
Sunday School 10 SO a. m.
' church Berries. ll ::w s. m
Christisn Endeavor 7:30 p. m
All are Welcome
REV. B. S. HI OWES, Pastor.
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