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mt. Scott Herald
Published Every Triday at UnU
Station. Portland. Oregon.
J. 2. UPDIKE
C. W. SMITH
Entered as second-class mail mat
ter February 14. 1114. at the poat-
oWlce at Lenta Oregon, under act of
Congees», March I, 1ST».
Phones: Tabor 7 »»4,
Income Tax Lower This Year
Conference to be Held in City
Portlaril u." 'w-en selected as
the me .‘ting place for the state
training conference of the Int--r-
! church World Movement f-”*
The Portland confer
ence will be held December 10.
11 and 12.
this was made Saturday by I’
Guy Talbott, field secretary of
tne Interchurch World Move
ment f>- th-? Pacific coast w«»i.
Two hundred and fifty church
leaders, delegates from every
county and representing practic-
ally every denoiuination in the
state, are expected to attend,
The object of the meeting is to
bring together religious leaders
of every county to confer with
reference to plans for promoting
church co-operation in the state
and for taking part in the nation
Plans for the issuance early in
December of forms for filing in
come and excels profits tax re
turns are being made by the bu
reau of internal yc venue. Tax
payers will thus be given th«'
opportunity of making out their
returns immediately upon the
closing of their books for the
vear 1919. when accurate knowl
edge of their accounts is fresh
in their minds.
Red CroM Funds Used in State
As a convenience to themselves
"Now that the Red Cross roll
and as a means of expediting
call is ended as per arrangement
the work of the government, tax
with the National Tuberculosis
pavers are urged by the bureau,
Association, the attention of the
in a statement issued November
public spirited and humanitarian
14, to avail themselves of this
citizens of Oregon will naturally
opportunity. The period for fil
turn to the sale of Red Cross
ing is from January 1 to March
Christmas seals," said A. L.
Mills, president of the Oregon
If the tax is paid in quarterly
Tuberculosis Association, under
installments, one-fourth of the
whose auspices the sale will be
amount must accompany the fil
conducted in the state December
ing of the return.
1 to 20 inclusive.
Form 1041 will be used for
“Eight and a half million dol
filing individual income tax re
lars derived from the sale of
turns of $5000 and less, and
Red Cross Christmas seals dur-
form 1040 for filing returns of
png the past 11 years, have been
income in excess of that amount.
instrumental in providing ap
The normal rate for 1919, pro
proximately $100.000,000 worth
vided for in the revenue act of
of institutions in fighting tuber
1918, is 4 per cent on the first
culosis all over the country. The
$4000 above the exetnptions, and
annual maintenance and up-keep
8 per cent oh the remaining net
! of these institutions is more than
income. The tax for 1918 was
6 and 12 per cent respectively.
"I wish to make plain that this
The surtax rate-s, which range
! is not a drive or a campaign, it
from 1 per cent on the amount
is simply the means taken for
of net income between $5000
the past 12 years to finance the
and $6000 to 65 per cent on the
great fight against tuberculosis.
amount by which the net income
One of the distinctive features
exceeds $1,000,000, are the same
of the seal sale is the fact that
as for the year 1918. The ex
90 per cent of he proceeds will
emptions of $1000 for single
be kept right here in Oregon,
persons and $2000 for married
only 10 per cent being sent to
persons and heads of families
'.he national organization.
"Oregon has at all times 6000
These rates apply to every
cases of tuberculosis and
citizen and resident of the
9 and 10 per cent of
in the state is due to
dents receiving income from
sources within the United States tuberculosis; that is of the nor
mal death rate, those figures
are subject to the full tax of a
per cent on such income in ex not covering epidemics such as
the influenza of last winter
cess of the exemptions.
FmFrom 1041 will be used for Thus it will be seen that Oregon
ias a really vital problem in its
filing returns of fiduciaries, form
1065 for partnerships and per fight against tuberculosis. Ore
gon’s program in this fight is
sonal service corporations, and
essentially educational and tn»
form 1120 for corporations.
wisdom of this plan will be read
Announcement will be made
ily understood when it is known
of the date on which the forms
that from 70 to 90 per cent of
will be available at the offices
all tuberculosis is contracted ip
of collectors of internal revenue
< hildhood. Is not that sufficient
and branch offices.
argument for early instruction of
our youth in the value of the
Oregon Grape Suspected
Oregon’s state flower, the Ore observance of rules of health and
gon grape, has been getting in
J. A. Churchill, superintend
bad. Only recently it has been
learned tint under artificial con ent of public instruction for
ditions it acts as the host of th.? Oregon, is urging the support of
black stem rust of cereals that the school children of the state,
has proved so de .tractive to he having issued a letter to all
grains and grasses >n the east county superintendents in which
and middle west. Now the of-
“We feel that the work of the
fice of cereal investigations, U.
S. department of agriculture, is Oregon Tuberculosis Association
going to c-i-operate with the is so highly educational, and so
plant patliol .gv department of closely connected with the work
the O. A. C. experiment station that the teachers are doing that
in establishing a barberry and we wish to endorse their work
Oregon grape garden where all again this year, and to urge that
kinds of na ive and introduc -1 the children in the schools
Oregon grape md barberry no.v throughout the entire state assist
be grown and studied. The pur in the Red Cross seal sale. We
pose is to f»r.d ot.'. which species hope you will give his most
will carry I hr- rust, under w utl worthy work your full approval
conditions how tbe plants grow and that you will notify your
, and behave, am! their botanical teachers of your endorsement of
The federal de the work.”
partment w ill I k - ■ «presented by
G. R. H >ern<
body president of the college,
and the station by H. P. Bars--,
head of the pl»rt pathology >lc-
Oregon’s budget for the seal
sale is $44,260, which means the
sale of five seals per capita to
put the sale over successfully.
The various currency laws
passed from time to time as one
admisistration succeeds another,
Some merchants dress nearly seem all to be in favor of the
as well as their clerks.
fellow who has the currency.
MNtO, tffttd Street
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
OtBce: Tailor 3214
Rea, Tabor: 5224
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Cor WM and Foster Road.
DR. A. Q. ATWOOD
■racTAL ATrmmos to clatrb
rnoNi: tabor 6421
92o7 Foster Road
6314 83d St . 8. K.
Pori lend Ore
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
S rluxu B viumsu
H. P. ARNEST
ATTORN RY AT LAW
Phone: Tabor 2165»
Leuts Sta.'near^arline.V P ortlasi », O r
IVY M. KINNEY
Phone: Taker »’»7
Re». »228 «2nd St.
s When You Want to Move
Call Tabor 7707
! and Express Auto Truck ;
| *436 Foster
Rd. Lents, Ore. S
nkMwnnnmMi<u>t a a w M www a a
GOODROW & ROBINETT
Phone Tabor 664
5730 84th Street S. E.
an ned Goods Of All Kinds'^*
“--At Lowest Prices—
J. H. Bradbury
CORD WOOD AND
rasberry, strawberry etc.
our MONEY SAV ING SYSTEM
ORDER BY MAIL— get fresh
Send for planters list,
29 years in business.
Yard on Foster Road
in front of Lents Library
Phone Tabor 7823
are a favorite with the grown
1 hey have
We are unusually particular as to the
quality of teas and coffees we sell — both
as regards where it grows, how it is blended,
and how it is handled after it reaches us-
the taste of all who like sweets.
V ou should try them.
Quality and Cleanllneaa are the twin mottoea
ot thia bakery at all timet.
We carry a large variety of teas and
coffees to satisfy all tastes. Merely tell us
what brand you have been buying and
we’ll give you something well worth trying.
Mt. Scott Bakery
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Lents Mercantile Co
FRESH AND SMOKED
' MEATS AND FISH
Phone: Tabor 1141
Vegetable» and Fruit«
Hutter and Eg^«
Phone Tabor 2673
6919 Ninety-second Street.
5805 92nd St.
JI. D. Kenworthy $ Company
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Winter goods are now
in—beautiful, serviceable fabrics to choose from. Come in
and select your Winter suit now while the lines are com
plete. Moderate prices, workmanship guaranteed.
= JOHN MANZ=
5802-4 92nd Srtiil S. E.
BRANCH OfflU: '
4615 6611 St., Cor. Foster Rd.
Phone Tibor 5267
Pboio Tibor 5895
First-Class Service given Day or Night
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense