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Mt. Scott Herold
The U. S. Government can do ! The trustees of the Postal Sav- lo0« u> “* r»nk* oi »•* •“Fker* *h<>uld 9
it, and do it well.
ings Bank System have adopted I h > interv»ted in tltv pHssagv of the
Have You Your First Thousand?
in the coming ehvtiun.—
a resolution making Farm Loan ordinance
A Weekly pap*' devoted to th« betterment ot
A. C. Callan.
Mt. Hcott and adjoining rural dl»trlcu.
Bonds, issued under the Federal
PubUtbcl Kvery Thuoslay al I.*nta. Oregon by
The co-operative associations Farm Loan Act, acceptable at
Meat The Bond Issue.
Tux M t Sum Pveueaisa CTutresv
can Ho nothing to buck the com par to secure Postal Savings de
Editor of the Mount Hcott Herald.
J. HANGER roX. Managing gdltor.
binations of railroads, banks and posits. United States Govern In my previous letters I have endeav
MINNIXGOtUiKNOCGH HYM, Me»» Editor
ment. Philippine Islands. Porto ored to »how that the Road Bond Bill
J. A1.I.KN PI N HAH, em ulating Ménager.
Entered as »tvondcl»»» mail matter Febru
Their is plenty of land held by Rico, and District of Columbia will not give Mtiidactory result*, regard
ary 14,1M4. at the poet o®ca at UnU Oretou.
speculators out of use near all bonds are the only other bonds less of the honesty and intelligence of
under act ot Con<rea». Marx' h S. WTS.
the num who administer it. But we
which enjoy this privilege.
• tl • year. I» advance large cities.
miiHt have good road* I'roliably no
This land should be released
|M*«ible public ex|H>nditure can equal in
Igox»: Tn»« 7XM, 0 *1.
from idleness the same as the
There is one patriotic thing we i slue that which i* wisely made in the
food speculator should be chained can all do. That is to buy at improvement of our road system.
home and keep our money in cir What then shall be done?
Seven candidates for mayor,
If Uncle Sam will pay $1.50 a culation at home as much as pos First, defeat the Bond issue. A
and eighteen for commissioner
wrong system puts u* luck \ustead of
sible. And the locat" dealer can forward. Four years under U m * right
was the showing made when tne bushel and sell at not to exceed
$2. and allow nobody to buy or demonstrate his own patriotism *y«tem will me more pragma* than six
time for filing expired Monday.
sell except through him, there by keeping his prices down as under the lop-sided plan now proposed.
Of these six mayoralty candi
will be the greatest production of much as possible. Every little The defeat of the bonds will not leave
dates and nine would-be com
the Commission without funds or compel
food products in the United helps—both ways.
it to be idle.
missioners are displaying their
States the world ever saw.
I'ntler the Bonding Bill the Commis
charms through the columns of
foodstuffs sion is to spend this year fl,000,000 for
young men seeking s fortune, Andrew Carnegie
our paper. Probably three more
ed a* saying, “Get your first thousand and the
Keep Up A Home.
create high prices. High prices paving, *240,00) from the Federal
aspirants for commissioners will
11 be easy.’ Haro you accumulated your first
Government for Post Road* and an
“Build within your financial
join the forces next week. We
thousand, young man ? If you haven't, start today by
opening a tank account Money in the tank gingers you up. It
have no hesitation in ssying that limitations,’’ is the advice sound ment. Vitality is essential to a under tlu» Bean Bill to match 11 m * Feder
ed by Albert W. Atwood, the
you confidence. If a business opportunity offers, you hars
those which we are able to pre
noted financial writer, in a mag successful prosecution of the unused appropriation for work already
the cash. Every body knows that money makes money. You'll
sent represent the pick of the
war. Jail the speculators — or under way. making a total of fl,6*0.000 9 find thst a bankbook is your best friend.
bunch, and it will not be difficult azine article of January.
Next year the amount will be *2,000,000
“We must face the simple make them fight
to find suitable choices among
for paving and *4*0,000 for Post Roads,
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
*2,4*0,000 in all.
them. Some who have not yet truth. Most people build homes
A portion of the 4125,000,000
more expensive than they can
If the Bonding Bill is defeated, the
taken advantage of our service
afford. There is such an attrac deposited in the Postal Savings Commission will have this year *220.000
seem to think the 10,000 voters
tion in home building that they Banks of the United States has from the S, mill tax, *140.000 from the
of the Mt Scott district are not
are tempted to swim out beyond been made available to help the motor vehicle license, *240,000 Federal
farmers meet the war food crisis. money tor Pont Roads and the *100,000
their financial depth.”
Portland has the preferential
carried over from last year, in all *7*0,-
Prospective home builders
rr GOES AGAINST
system of voting, the very best
Mr. Bryan was a prophet. A 000. Next year they will have *220.000
should heed this advice. It is
uiillagv tax, plus *320.000 from Ute
and most up-to-date system
timely, true and profitable. We million men did spring to arms licenses and *240,000 for Poet Roads,
known to science. Under this
*7*0,000 in all. This means that with
must curb our desire to outbuild
plan each voter can express
lutnlirr that isn't up to the
our neighbors and friends; we
three preferences for each posi-
*720,000 this year instead of *1,5*0,000,
quality mark wi> have art
homes which may be
an<l *7*0,000 next year instead of *2,4*0,«
tion to be filled,_ they_must be
We heard of a doctor who cur 000,
a busiiM*« standard.
marked first, second or third
ed a man of failing memory re The Highway Commission is new to
That i* the reason you ego
choice. This will make at this
make a purchase of u* with
To build a home beyond our cently and the patient promptly the work. No matter how able the men
election, nine votes for each vot
who compose it, they must learn to work
forgot to pay the bill.
perfect assurance that you
er, three choices for mayor, and
together. They must get acquaint**!
receive complete “lutn
en away is worse than never
with them before effective work can lie
two firsts, two seconds and two
making the start. This American
done. The men umier them must also
thirds for Commissioner. The
spirit of “keeping up appear
1« selected and trained. An untried
voter who is wise will vote all
ances,-making a bluff,” is ruin ators. Fine! But don’t waste a commission with sn untrained force,
his preferences. No one will be
ous and should be squelched. perfectly good piece oCrope—any facing new and complicated problem*,
elected by first choice votes
will have hard work to make a wise ex
It’s a habit, a disease which is old dirty thing is good enough penditure
of even *1,600,000 in the year
alone, and the result will be that
undermining our families and
and a half tietween the June election and
the very best AVERAGE man,
tiie 1919 Legislature. If during that
the man who is satisfactory to
It is reported that there is a time, the Commission shall win the
It is not the purpose of this
the greatest number will be elect
100 per cent rise in the cost of confidence of tlie public by the wisdom
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Sash and Doors, Nails,
article to discourage home-build
ed, while some man who is high
skeletons—which ought to be which it display* in the handling ot the
ing, but on the contrary to en
Builders’ Hardware, Rooting and Building Paper
ly favored by some clique be
good news to those having sam large sum which it will have without
cause of political favors to be
ples in their closets.
having in mind that the same
ample time for the passing of a well-con
handed out, and cordially hated
Yard at Lents Jet.
sidered Bonding Bill, drawn in the light
must be paid for. In other words
by other factions will not stand
of two yean experience with the actual
planted this year it is significant need* and problem* of the country.
lOOth St., 4 block* from Poetar
much show. The election will
of their cloth.
I *aid in the beginning that I am not
be held Monday, June 4, and it
In the Mt. Scott district are mention of wild oats.
op|*>*ed to the issue of bonds, but I can
is quite time for each voter to
many desirable home site addi
not refrain from offering you an intereat
begin to study carefully into all
If you cannot shoulder a gun. ing calculation showing what we can do
where cozy, comfortable
the details necessary to cast an
homes may be erected, having all you might get on the business without them. Mr. Adams, Highway
intelligent vote. We recommend
Commissioner, furnishes an estimate of
end of a garden spade.
the revenue to Is* expected from the
a careful perusal of the claims the conveniences and with the
best of environments, where the !
For the eight year*
of all candidates as set forth in
One of the saddest things in from 1917 to BrJ4, he estimates the
home builder may stay within
our columns. J. S. F.
5927 92nd St. S. E.
his limits and still be the proud our modern industry is the •mount at *3,890,001>. For the *ame
possessor of a home.
Eliminate The Speculator.
rate, will amount to *1,700,000, or a
Keep up a home, and not ap
Plant a spud—get rich quick. total from both sour«** of *6,060,000.
The government must take
pearances, and you will be the
In eight and one third years the road
hold of the speculator and choke
revenue* from direct taxes will equal
the amount which we pro[x«ee to raise in
Jersey Bell Butter
The speculator will depress
He profits most who serves
five year* by selling bond*. By one
prices when it suits him.
plan we *hall have the work done and
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ALWAYS FRESH
paid for at the end of eight year*. By
The producer must have a
CAULIFLOWER, TOMATOES AND CABBAGE PLANTS NOW IN
guarantee of fair prices from the
To the Editor : Withintlie rail in* of five years, and it will take u* twenty
government or he cannot safely
the Mt. Scott district there are thous year* mon* to pay for it, with an interest
pay the higher wages demanded
and* of workingmen, organized and un charge of *4.*011,000. I am not -> sure,
by working men and women.
organized, to whom the pa**age of the after all. that I am willing to sell bonds.
The State of Oregon la not going to
With wheat guaranteed at $1.50
Trade Conspiracy Ordinance in the
“bow-wow*“ whether this measure
per bushel the farmer can afford
i* carried or defeated. On both «ide
to pay $5 a day in the harvest
This is one of the big “home com there i* too much of that spirit which
l/xik over tbv rnnny galvaiiizcd iroll article* we inake.
8ANITARY CIIK'K r’OUNTA I NK and FEEDERK, (illlT
munities’’ of the city—one of the place* say*, “If this thing cannot be done my
With flour guaranteed at $2 a
ami SHELL B0XE8. HOITERH ami TROI’GIIH,
where workingmen have been for the way it shall not be done at all.’’ If the
GUTTERK an<l l«M>FING, GARItAGE CANS
sack the consumer can live.
pa*t decade acquiring their houses and bill carries, let n* get in and do all
establishing themselves substantially.
With the speculator getting
Whether they may represent the or the defects and avoid the danger* which
$20 a barrel for flour there will
ganized group* of labor or the larger we foresee. If it fails, let the Commis
You can buy our k > mm I m in Portland, but they can he Imuglil cheaper hen*
be food riots in this country to
and unorganized branche*, the preser sion make good use of the trifling sum of
delight the Kaiser.
A. S. PEARCE; The Tinsmith, Foster Rd. (Opposite P.O.)
vation of individual peace and the en
It is worth millions a day to
couragement of industrial growth in with other supporter* of good real* will
begin at once to plan tor effective and r
Portland is of pararnout importance.
keep Congress from doing any
Method* of conducting lalsir con satisfactory legislation two vear* from I
troversies which are destructive to in now.
Mobilizing cheap labor for the
dustry and which are productive of
farmer is no remedy.
.1. P. N bwrix .
keener dissension between employer and
Guarantee fair prices to the
employee; method* which aim at the
farmer and production will settle
forced to a [«osition which is sometimes
In the County Court of the State ot
(»AHO LINE. We have the kind that ____
gives _ you
more »»wer and mile.
impossible for it to lake and exist at Oregon for .Multnomah County.
Any boy of 15 to 20 can earn a
the same time ; such method* a* these
In the Matter of the Eitate of Mary
man’s wages in a few days at
Our New 5 Gallon Quick Action Pump Gives You Service.
endanger the industrial stability which E. Taylor, deceased. No. 14227.
The money that he DIS
many kinds of farm labor. If
Don’t Forget the Address
“home communities’’of the city, to go dersigned baa been duly appointed Ad
the farmer is going to get |2 a
8919 FOSTER Road
Tabor 3429 Dfil
IN PAY circulates here.
on making firm their position and pro ministrator of the Estate of Mary E.
bushel for wheat, and $1.50 for
How much doe» the out of town
viding substantial homes for their Taylor, deceaaed, by the County Court
potatoes he can afford to pay $75
merchant contribute to the town’*
of Multnomah County, Oiegon, and ha*
a month for help.
<)ne ha* lint to examine the records of duly qualified.
All person* having
If he does not know what he is
every labor dispute on the coast in claiina against eaid Eatate are hereby
HE DOES NOT PAY WAGES
which the picket method and kindred notified to preaent the Mme, duly veri
going to get he will not plant, or
HE DOES NOT PAY TAXES
method* have lieen employed, to realize fied and with proper voucher* aa re
he will not harvest,
that this is a method which is always quired by law, to the undersigned at SOI
When you deal with the
destructive and unsettling and never Northwestern Hank Hnilding, Portland,
home merchant YOU
There have been too many
Oregon, within six month* from the
HELP THE TOWN.
PHONE TABOR BROS
farmers who have seen their
8802-4 ‘»¿nd STREET S. E.
The Trade Conspirrcy Ordinance pro date of thia notice.
4615 66th SI., Cor. FOSTER ROAD
When you help the town
vide* a sensible and legitimate mean* of ; Date of first publication April 19.
crops rot because of railroad
Given Hay or Night.
speculators Voiding them up.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enable* 0*
Date of last publication May 17, 1917.
o industry and of insuring the worker of a
to Ftirnlsh Funeral» el a Minimum Expense.
The farmer must be protected WWWV • ▼▼▼ W WV WWW
[«careful statu* in which to continue his J WILBUR F. BROCK, Administrator.
in production of food from the
C. I.. Bargee, Crawford A Crawford,
work and the development of his home
Published by order of
N. W. Bank Bldg., Attorney* for Ad
speculator in food as much as the
That is why the people here w ho be-1 ministrator.
MILLER MOWREY LUMBER CO
- BBCKER’S MARKET
“Extra Choice |Meats”
Money In Town
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY
SAVE YOUR OWN TIME
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