The Boardman Mirror Boardman, Oregon FRIDA V I'Liillshld evi:kv Mrs. CI aire P. Harter, Local Editor MARK A. CLEVELAND, Publisher $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class matter Fob. 11, 1931, at the post ollice at Board uian, Ore., under act of -Mar. 3, 18711. OXE WAY TO ISEAT TAXES To give an Insight how the war yoke 1b shouldered on the common people the mil estate bearing in St. Paul provides an apt illustration. Seven of the Hill heirs ask that the Ni.rthwtstern Trust Co. he made ad adliUnistrator. L. W. Ililf chair man of the Great Northern objects, asking that he be made administra tor. The court asks for his qual ifications. He cite that at the be ginning ol unit the revenue from his mother's estate was $1000 day. He increased it to $2000 a day by selling or Interchanging the taxable securities for non-taxable securities. How many such eases do you suppose there are in the I'nited States? When will congress wake up to this leak? it should bi corked. Would it provide a solution for the soldier bonus? Wonder what a feller thinks and does who has two thousand iron men rollin his way every day. is it possible in th hay business? HOME -Y IMVLOSOFIIY FOR 1 EMPLOYE STOCKHOLDERS . It will be only a question of 1 1 in when, the great railroads of our rouniry will be largely owned by the -iMpiiici'.i m i no i nion t'acilic sys tem the men and women on the pay rolls are radually acquiring more and tnOTU ownership in the prop erly. The great; Southern Pacific system has now put on an employe, ownership campaign to enable the workers on its lines to buy stock on easy terms. Beginning Februai-y 1st. 1022, any employ,' can apply to purchase one to fifteen shares- ol the Common stock at I lie open mar ket price. The purchases can be made at the rate of live dollars per month withheld from the monthly pay check as a miuiinun and mor. quoted at B1.6Q last week, and pay: six percent dividends, seven and one hulf percent on tins investment. Bmployei are not limited to flvi dollar a month payment but can pa; off their subscription in a lump sum and ul.;s iil,e lor more. Hoover plan of settlint ennei between employe player without strikes storks should steadily I Under tin : all diltei s and cm , railroad, dvai ce : ll age 111 I I V . I'lIBLIQ UK. UN AYs A nip over the iinproi.il h wayB is ull that is ueccessary foi anyone to appraise the damage thai is being don,. l,y the nperatio heavy uuto trucks and busses. II these vehicles are not regulated a kind or llres and weight ,,i i,,,id ii Is only a matter of a year or so un tlll the roads will he ruined ami lax Payer confronted with heavy bills tor repairs, Nothing will more quickly damage an Improved hi: , ay than the op ' ra' on over ii of a heavy truck und ue taster it moves the more dam. it does Public highways have hern Im proved at large public expense. The government has borne part of the en i ,i construction hut ii bears hone of the cost of reimlri and p. Some ot the roads const not ' '' couple of years ago are now breaking down from fast hur dr lug and heavy truck loads. If : - ' kept up. our supposedly im proved highways will be worse tham before improvement and cose of re pairs will hear heavily on the al ready bent shoulders of ihe tax pay or The situation has become ser lous and county boards or other pub lie authorities should take Immed iate action to regulate the load ol auto trucks, as well as to Impose a I'll, license or tax for the ptiwlodgc of .using public highways sufflceinl at least to balance the amount ot damage being done. I Bent it funny how some foil. Cttdy the science of being Dllserabli in a world filled with good things If a fellow had potatoes in his gar del! and would rather go hungry i than dig them up, every body would laugh at him, and by and by he'd dig. Then he,d feel better. Why not dig the good things out of life and throw aside the weeds. They.d all rot if they were dumped into the sunlight an' maybe from them would grow something better. You can al ways get a crop if you sew right and work up the ground now and ' l hen. Theres one thing certain you cant buck old dame nature,, so ! fOV might as well fall In line and ! watch your stop. The old lady in sists that eventually everyone mus; ie happy and if eventually, why not ! now. SENATOR CHARLES HALL Merrill E. Doble made a busincs; irip to Pendleton Friday, reluming Sunday morning. Thomas Alexander has hired out to Mr. Suddarth and is in charge of his place. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Koard'nan, who have been on the j rlnrinir the winter nionins, y We settled in our tavorite chair (or mi eveatng'a gleaning ot the Jail news. Being a :.2 Jogrue light fun this headline cuuglu jur .yts. Offtn and ilishop light to a liuidli. miuwuig the record ot tighten from .ue day;, of Patsy Caidill, wu racK d our orain lo place Dean anu Liisliop. v e knew oi a ' i,.ui... jui.iup out who was .Dean. iieiv ,s what we ran into. lb la. it. v, Mr. Summer, bishop ji I lie Epiacopal Oiocosu ol Oregon ..as requested the very Kevtrctiu Mr. 'Ui..s io move to new pastures. The ery Reverend Mr. nicks nas ioiu no Rigut Reverend Air. Bommarh pun ina present range is preferable o new pastures. 1'ei.sonalilies air ed back and toilii qualifying itb-jr lor a lour or ten round rout ine iiiontli uoes not go by ui i orl- .anu inai Uwre is not a muUBteral lending oi too cloth. e raalfta ha Way ot the Cloth is of the same ,e.iniu is ini) lay man. i lie same unrest ol the times discords Hit,, no., us weil as ours, but when tin .lines cull fur leadership, whether fStfpa oi government of high stand nd and cooperation, pergonal! tea UULt ' be forgot t eu. There are two remedies if diplo macy be unknown. A private laundry ior tin soiled linen of the pulpit, oi he sixteen loot ring with the laws f the Marquis of Queensbury rul- 4. uy is it ... . ll lev that you no .ulvi.iion Aiuiv because they are so I Lord's v. orb t tiat tin ir ie lor personal I it Itignl I,, verend and rend have their slghti over the mat never heai :.v d do C le Us shooting iii ug. w inn .on in V ry high then lb tli of An Hit on. big of nl l o l,' ad, now ..re ekers of union Salvn if t he 1 1 a i hers ol Iways preened ami they lo give iol.u i light. They whirl oi Doubt and then I submit my candidacy to the Repub licans of Orison for the nomination for Governor. Following are some of the principles for which I stand: 1. I have made no pre-election prom ises and I will make none, except those herein stated. 2. Taes on general property must be reduced. I favor substituting ' not to exceed ten departments for the tcventy or mora existing Stste Commissions. (Illinois By&tcm.) 3. Not only reduction of t es, t'.'. improved marketing facilities and ir.crcr.sed credit arc essential to in sure '.he prosperity of the farmer. A more equitable adjustment of the rutomobile license tax with due re gard to the actual value of the car. Casol ne tix for highways only. As to my attitude on the labor question, I refer to my employes, and my Legislative record. Completion of the Stcrte Highway Eysten with special attention to market roads. The publi; school is one of the fundamental factors in our syotem of Govermnent. I favor compul sory attei rlance in 'the primary grades. Teach pure Americanism to all pupi's, beginning at an enrly rge. Continue to strengthen and I uild up this typical American in stitution. Strict enforcement of all laws. I am cgairst Japanese land owner s'lip or control. Senator Charles Hall of Marshfleld. who has long been mentioned as onr of the strop .est prospective candi dates for tlovernor, has announced definitely that he natorlal race. Tfc been expected by 'inie, as strong brought i') bi lt Curry 8 inator i will enter the guber is announcement hat his friends for some pressure has beei upon the Coos ana iuee his Dame war s B prospective ean- k A C'licngo man states that he rive million dollars and has leM than a thousand to pa. it with. Does this make you feel any better" What do you say to a two thirds majority deciding the third Arburkle trial. Why would not this be a wise procedure In all Court cases? With ftMJ percent of the population qual tfyins as Moron is, nt it expecting too much for a hundred percent Jury Witt the dis armnment Treaty a reality, why not Junk that standing The country will never be in better position to asslnilate that many Idle Kv.rvbodjrH doing It. tdati .'led N. J. 6 in (he ion as i'ii innotl will be May primaries igiessiuiin lor district. A rumor wi ..as lulso. .nr. Sii.no lie did .-ice thai cord. not be seek beats reelect inn. Joe La n in I I'lllHl for re he 2 m '1 hi n's rt mid suppress ihe lat or or Representative Not that i ItUde ol a Se nit tin' following caught my eye. 'Senator Staniield is busy in Wash ngton working on a fifty cent tarifl Hi shingles. Congre: small McAl tliui time Is taken up combating the Par til tur. an and tirange because they land lor the excess profits tax". As it is (lie shingle vole of Mull tomah oounty thai permits MoArtniti o hold office, let Mr Arthur do the ihlngling and Staniield come home to his sheep. Doll) Gardner's movie career me continuous round of grief. Citit her ,1 is play her ware: fund to restore Hoy' ft use to lei me seeks a 'Tain to BOD With a n would n lo.iv. Just uunoriual? Does the controversy over tin 'onus tax. tin. isriff tax or any tax on the fact thai the poor wair o be rich and the rich are not will ng to be poor The "elephant" does where it steps The sales Ik a mouse. not tax loo i mav The poor mans brains, smelt, will soon he with htm He was born on a farm in JeffefBOJ Com ty, Pennsylvania, and crime t On-' m in l'.iiil. Shortly thereafter hi begin his bit; mess career as a ol rk in a drug store at ChUskanle, Oreg Kvertually he acquired ownership of the drug Store, sold it and bought a drug store in Hood River, where lived until 191 4. In Hood Hiver Ire ability for organisation asserted it ii If. During the eight yents he spent in that town, e was one of the build i rs t f the toll" hone system there, the Oregan-Waahii gton Telephone Com pany, ami tmi t the central Buildinei Oregon Hotel and the Hall Building, and owned an 1 planted a number ot orchards in the Hoad River Valley. 11. also served as Director and President of the I Io, 'd K . or Conimorci.il Club. His activith j were transferred t" Coob Day in 1914 and immediate!.'' thereafter a number of new org.iniza fills in ll"it -triet came int.' heiir: lie org:. . I tl'.e Coos ami Curry Telephone Cdi pany of which he U President today; organized the Bank of Southwester l Oregon In 1917 am' vvus President of that institution until 1931 Outside of h -i business activities ir Marshfleld, he soon became one of thf prominent citizens of that district. He was one cf the original promoters of the State Highway program. Ho w .-. elect. 'd Senator from the Bighth s torla! District comprising Com and Curry counties ;n Senator Hall soon became one of the leaders in state-wide politics as a fearless exponi it of the hir.hu iy pre gram. As a 1 eglslator he played a pron incut part in all imp Itant legis lation during Ooth sess;:ms in l!e" He risked osMisure from the cxp neni of the 19:."5 Fxposltion BUI when he re.ui .'d to listen to any proposed in ro.uls into the ioa.1 funds for tli pa: pose of financing the Fair. Hall's ui deviating course In this latter action brought forth the highest praise Iron all parti of the State. Since his debut into state-wide po'i tic, the leadership in ntrloui polit od nun e.neuts has gravitatet naturally to him He is a member o the Oregon Laud Settlement Commit ' slon and served for three s a President of the Or-gfm State Chan ber of Commerce ami is now a directo of that organization. Friends of Sentlrir Hall prochrir him as a n irur.il leader, and p l it will pride to his record of achiev m.-nts i public and private life. Otiieis em cede that hi.- jiutgmort is j ar. admit that no outside pressur, or lej. rolling can swerve him from any pr; gram or movement to which he ha dedleated himself. Mr Hail wa married In 1906 h Portland to Ann Kut They-hav. three children two boys thirteen an sc. en. one girl mue. piace have returned to their own place near Lexington to get in the spring sowing. - Mrs. Harry Lester arrived from S attle Friday and is going to make lirigon her home for a while. George J. Frederickson of Juli oi io, Idaho, is visiting his brother, F. C. Frederickson for a few days. -t- -t- Vane E. Jones reports having pur cbused the fourteen acres from Ray C. Beckle) on the south side of the Columbia River highway adjoining the townsite.. This is an elegant place and Vane will know how to make a paying proposition of this farm, lie is going into early pota toes and melons quite extensively this season. Rev. Dr. Allen, who was first pas tor of the Irrigon church some years ago, visited Irrigon theother day, acompanied by Rev, Seeley, suporin tendenl of the home mission work in this district; Rev. Dr. Hayes, pas tor of the Uruapine church, and Kev. ii. F. Harper. They had all been, attending! tue Preabytjery in Pendleton, and on their way back stopped at Final ilia lo organize a church i hero, then motored on to irrigon to look over the field here, ur. Allen occupied the pulpit Sun day morning here and Rev. Watson Adventlst church in the eve uing. Dr. Alien spent several yeara ji Siberia and, encountered many hardships and difficulties! but re turned to this country a couple of years ago and has since been em ployed as one of the professors at Whitman college. He says they are planning to resume work in Siberia !ii 'all. It was reported at various line., that lie and Mrs. Allen had .not the fate of many others, but ihese reports originated from their .liability to communicate with this country in those days The I nion Pacific system has sent out the firsL atrricultuial hulle.ni known as Bulletin No. 14, and it is . ii.g displayed in the postoffice and the depot. These will be issued the middle of each month, and any one who has some high class seed or thorobnd stock for sale, or wishes io secure something along this line can have their iioins inserted in this bulletin by mailing such items io R .A. Smith, superintendent of agriculture, I'nion Pacifiq system, Dm ha, Neb. Items should reach him by the first of ouch month to insure their publication in the fol lowing issue. The idea is to get ihe seller and buyer together in the Union Pacific territory and save the .laltons every' unnecessary expense .u locating their wants. The bul letins are the best of their kind and CAT superior to information (rot Other sourcesquoting car load move ments or iales made during the past week or past number of days, etc. That class ot information is not dealt with but products for sale and wanted are quoted. The Irrigon school staff arranged ory appropriate Lincoln and Wash ington birthday exercises Tuesday evening in the school auditorium. It was one of the best known in the history of the Irrigon school and the entertainment lasted nearly two j hours. There was one continual ap plause' arid the auditorium was leai'-y filled to capacity. The pro-' gram con isted of dialogues, speak-j ing, singl' g and various flag drills. I ach carefully selected for the occa vvas required by the school laws of he state irnd to take in both worthy I occasions they figured a joint ex. i noise on the 2 1st. The parents re ;urnel to their homes with much riore knowledge of the lives of Lin coln and Washington than taugh: in their school davs. i I OR I hereby COMMISSIONER DIAMOND MMMkf: v MM. L- M and Tubes ii- I Mighty Easy Riding v - y v TEE MODERN il. Li. Kj, ALWAYS BE CAREFUL! A W HI Loose Wheels Tightened While You Wait. GAS OILS ACCESSORIES i Expert Guaranteed Repair Work at Reasonable Prices. Service Car Any Time Any Where If Your CAR Is Sick, We Can Cure It. No Cure. No Pay. Boardman Garage "rant rsat awLigiaogagsr Townsite E. P. DODD, Pres. City Lots for Sale at Proper Prices Boardman is a New Town But Not a Boom Town announce mvself as a aiuiidate for the nomination to the otllee of County Commissioner, sub- jeet to the rtU of the Republicans' of Morrow county, to be expressed. ;it the Primaries in May, 1922 Pre-i sent Ineumhoot. O. A. flLKAKMAN. 50 llardiuau. Qmsm Ideally located on railroad and Columbia river, far enough away from any large town to naturally become the trading center of a wonderful growing country.