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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
NEWS PU*BH AND PILP
mt Scott fierald
used by th« American newspapers la
Publlahsd Every Friday at Lanta
imported or manufactured from wood
Station. Portland. Oregon.
or pulp from Canada.
C W. SMITH
former proportion la steadily Increas
ing, the latter is steadily decreasing
Entered as second-class mall mat
ter February 14, 1914. at the poat-
effice at Lenta, Oregon, under act of
Congress. March 1. 137».______________
Forest* of wood suitable for pulp
making are being
At the present
rate of depletion none to apeak of will
11 50 a year
mad* In the United State« from wood
J. S. UPDIKE
th* newsprint paper
Thornton 4 Sowards
Thirty-five thousand boxes of ap-
plea will be shipped from Benton
Cement Work. Plastering and
Residence (810 Fiftieth Ave
The Bank of Echo is to erect a new
building to meet demands of Ita grow-
I hm >* Orders st Clegglu*' Rhee ature
The contract has been let for the
Rieth to Echo section of the eaatrrn
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he left at the end of twenty years.
In the Pacific
Tabor 7124. D41—1111
ington. Oregon and part of California,
till Ninety-Mcond Stroot
and the Inland Empire of northwest
are great forests that
more than touched by the few pulp
mills in that section of the country.
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I»evelopment of the newsprint pro
duction in new regions is retarded by
the lack of authoritative knowledge of
the extent and character of the avall-
The I’tah Const ruction company la
bulkllng a railroad through Banks Io
timber at Veroni».
The City of
Roseburg in planning
to own and operate the city
and light system
ness—to maintain the best of health to be able
to keep your appointments—your feet must be
comfortable—they must not distract you.
of the vicinity aro planning a reser
voir on Hoar creek.
A highway from Redmond to Bond,
water power, and the general situa
Francisco municipal streetcar
employes want wages raised to 15 a
million feet of timber at Dec to the
Oregon Lumber company.
It will be a six-cent fare or de
The board of
have not the heart to resist so many
them on election day if they refused.
They also know what will happen if
Between the labor unions and the
taxpayers the politican has
The supply of
berries next spring
raw products is totally inadequate to
harvest about 100 tons «t flax from
:nent accorded the Pacific coast ship
Pittsburg and 105 per cent from-Chi-
cago to Pacific coasts potnts.
Cold Storage company.
At such rates freight on steel for an
are under way for the electric veneer
three large canneries ready to come
plant recently completed and a nefl
to western Oregon, but are prevented
protective tariff in favor of Atlantic
sawmill at Marshfield.
coast ship builders.
There are at least
Seven-eighths of the present bearing
acreage is under contract to existing
There will be an enormous demand
for loganberry tips and strawberry
. ers are urged to grow plants, using
best methods to grow strong plants.
OREGON WEEKLY INDI STRIAI.
Oregon City will vote on
Albany has started a campaign of
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
Growers can net all the
1200 to 1500 an acre from their logan
berry and strawberry plants.
No danger is apparent of overpro
ferson road is to be laid.
A canning plant is to begin opera
tions immediately at Albany.
An apartment house costing |150,-
duction of berries for many years aa
extensive demand for small fruits all
000 is being built at Astoria.
over the world is running ahead of
rows, in the Harney valley.
LIBERTY VERSUS LICENSE.
Owe of the features of the session
of the National Editorial Association,
was an address by Dr. Suzsalo, presi
dent of the University of Washington.
He made plain the true meaning of
our basic national principles of liberty
and free speech. There is an extreme
to which so-called liberty may go
when it ceases to be liberty, and be
persons go so far in the practice of
their "liberty" as to hinder the wel
fare of others, whether it be bomb
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
There are two concerns which will
A >1500 school building is to be
take at least 300.000 loganberry tips erected at Stanfield.
Office : Tabor 3214
Ree. Tal>or : 5224
and 2.000,000 strawberry plants.
Local earners and jam and Jelly
John Day, Grant county.
makers are receiving inquiries for
hundreds of thousands
Oil and ga have been struck at Nar
Cor. 92d and Foster R<«1.
DR. A. O. ATWOOD
One carload of dried loganberries
at Roseburg brought 141,000.
Helix has let a contract for paving
eight blocks at a cost of 118.742.
A large wholesale grocery ware
house has been located at Dallas.
A 10-acre dairy farm at Freewater
has been sold for 11000 per acre.
Work is being rushed at St. Helens
on a 19900 contract for street paving.
SPBCIAL ATTS.VTIO!« To PLATRH
rnoxa: tabor 6421
6314 H2d 8t., 8. E.
W2o7 Foster Road
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
Office, Marshall 1275
1 ,‘onw' ’ Resilience, East 6744
B vii . dixg
The cherry crop of 1000 tons at
The Dalles brought 1198,(85.
once: Main 7587 7MI ETE1 Hour*. 9 am. 8 pm.
Rea. Wdl. 1106
Evening* by Appointment
208 7-8 SwMUnd Bldg
Fifth and Waahington St.
The Motor Truck is established. Its util
ity is no longer questioned. As a means
of transportation it is definitely estal>-
lished that a motor,truck is incomparably
economical, convenient, etc. So it is not
a question of whether or not you need a
vancement and progress in our nation
it is imperative that it be a "hundred
everyone doing his part in bringing
about better conditions in an orderly
and deliberate manner.
and last week shipments were about
12 million feet less than production,
require the mills many
months to replenish stocks, as every
retail yard in the country is short and
eager to lay in a supply.
The possibility of
rates also enters into the situation.
Many retail dealers are playing safe
by buying their lumber now.
owning movement has
been responsible for heavy domestic
Foreign orders are limited
only by the volume of tonnage avail
able to handle the business.
Don’t send your job printing down
town until you see what the Herald
can do. We do the very best line of
A good piece of
steak is always
in order. If you
want a porter
club, tenderloin, flank or round steak
you will find we can meet your every
requirement, and the people of this
community know that our market
stands for the best quality in meats
of all kinds.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
6919 Ninety-second Street
From front fender to reur lamp
bracket maflmuni efficiency of oper
ation require« even distribution uf
weight, work and wear. The motor
must not be too light for Its load —
the frame must not lie hoavlor than
Consider whether or
not there la proper co-relatlon of
Do not buy a one-ton truck and
pact It to do a »H-ton duty,
the truck you do buy should be built
to allow for a reasonable margin of
Buy the else truck that
your bualnoM needs.
Do not Invest
In a 5-ton truck for 1-ton labore.
Nor should you buy a 1%-ton truck
to do the work of a 5-ton truck.
EXJNTINI F.y OPERATION
Accidents will happen, and some re
pairs are Inevitable
Heiect the truck
of a design so standardised that re
pairs will never keep your truck out
A truck made by a maker having
limited resources la a questionable
inventment. Be sure that the maker
of your truck will be able to continue
In tmslnenn as long an you do.
REASON ABLE INV ESTM ENT
Don’t buy a truck that will depreci
ate too rapidly to l>e economical.
You really rent a motor truck when
you buy It. At the end of ita period
of use it should have siibetantlal
"ca»h-ln or trade-in" value. Inveall-
gate the actual "after use*’ worth of
any truck before you make your se
I.4JI AI.IZI I» HALAM E
GARY, “The Ten Test Truck,” invites
every investigation—every test or ques
tion that any owner may advance. The
GARY MOTOR TRUCK has l»een selected
by some of the largest Truck users in
America. They buy on a basis of FACT
ONLY, and the Gary has satisfied these
owners in every one of the following ten
vitally important points.
hatred on one side, or the overbear
dangerous to our national welfare.
In order to insure the proper ad
Your decision must be WHICH TRUCK
to select. It is a big question not to l»e
decided until you have every fact, every
data of cost before you. On that basis
ONLY can you make a selection that will
justify the required expenditure.
ing acts of monoply and capital on
the other, it ceases to be liberty but
Is merely license, which is vitally
8800 ton ship amounts to 187.500. a
cover the demand.
R222 Footer Rd
Mountain States Power com
Tab. 1424 D61
Warden Steiner opposes
horsepower or the operation of a re
frigerating machine for the Ice A-
WOOD AND COAL
Goggins’ Shoe Store
pany. of Marshfield, is to supply 40
ha/e been raised 92 per
See U« For
using convicts in the flax industry.
The railroad freight rates on steel
The One-Way-Charge Company.
prices will please you.
with a logging road of standard gang.*
SKINNING THE SHIP BUILDERS.
ROSE CITY VAN
We have the newest fashions and our
have a 125.000-foot per day sawmill
into the timber on the Alsea river.
Still Moving . ..
ting and give it particular attention.
the berries are bringing eight cents
Olenbrook, west of Monroe,
Residence 9935 Fifty-ninth Ave.
We have made a special study of fit
A large crop of wild black borrica
The report of the warden of the
state prison shows That the state will
That is fl mild term for the treat-
SMALL FRUIT INDI STRY
essential. They leave your mind free to think
— not tret. And they make it possible for you
to go where and when you please.
is being gathered at Oregon city and
They know what would happen to
The Red Crown mills at Albany is
enlarging its plant. The mill Is now
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
Shoes that fit your feet perfectly are
day and a six-cent fare.
mands on the taxpayer to meet the
A. W. BREWER
will be started aoon.
The forestry service haa sold
8** i’ll «DT«« A ilgoKuB
A water system has been voted
at Staniiiield amt construction work
Hl«.HEB W AGES AND FARES
Rcaidcnts of Wallowa and farmers
ible supplies of forest material, their costing 1225.000. will
and accessibility, available «tate and local aid.
tion which confronts the industry.
Pendleton and the state line la being
Tricks are means of economy. It Is
not an investment to buy a truck that
will increase your transportation
costa. Find out what It will actually
cost you to transport your merchan
Skilled experienced labor costs money.
You don’t want to Increase your la
bor hire because of your trucks In
vestment. lfefore making your choice
fake any worker in your delivery
partnient, give him a few simple
ntructlonn, see whether or not
truck In nlmple enough for h<n
The dealer Is the agency that la di
rectly responsible to you.
that the dealer from whom you buy
your truck la as reliable as your own
Do not buy a truck from
a dealer that has a reputation of
non -R adical BESKIN
Do not buy an «apar-
imental truck. Keep within approved
design and principle.
An emergency will arise where you
will have to run your fully-loaded
truck at Its maximum speed. Power
should provide for speed to allow for
speed when It In necessary.
GARY, “The Ten Test Truck,” has meas
ured up to every test. Let us ¡rive you
the facts to prove it
Gary Coast Agency
Phone Broadway 2162