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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1913)
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THE BEND BULLETIN
GEOKOK I'ALMKR PUTNAM
Editor nnd Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for tho square deal, clean busl
nee, clean politics nnd tho heat In
torcsts of Ilend and Central Oregon.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY S. 1313.
CIIAItACTEU AND CKKIMT.
Tho vnluo of character as a busi
ness asset was strikingly brought out
In the course of J. Plerpont Morgan's
testimony before the "Money Trust'
Investigators at Washington a few
days ago. Tho following enlighten
ing colloquy tells the story; It Is In
the nature of an Impromptu business
sermon from the greatest business
man America has produced:
Q. "Commercial credits are based
upon the possession of money or
A "No. air: the first thing Is
Q. "Heforo money or property?"
A. "before money or anything clso.
Money can not buy It."
Q. "So that a man with character,
without anything at all behind It, can
get all the credit he wants, and a
man with the property can not get
A. "That Is very often tho case."
Q. "Hut that Is the rule of busi
ness?" A. "That Is the rule of business,
Q. "For Instance, If1 a man has
Government bonds or railroad bonds
nnd goes In to get credit he gets it
nnd on tho security of those bonds,
does he not?"
Q. "He does not get It on the face
of bis character, docs he "
A. "Yea, be gets It on his
Q. "I see; then he might as well
take the bonds home, had be not?"
A. "Because a man I do not trust
could not get money from me on all
the bonds In Christendom."
Q. "That Is the rule all over the
A. "I think that Is the fundamental
basis of business."
vorsally popular. Kspeclally would
his selection bo applauded In tho
West, where Mr. Hill Is known by
his works nnd his works hivvo
shown him to bo tho greatest practi
cal agricultural developer In tho his
tory of tho United States,
Tho English women styled "mili
tant suffrngettca" hnve brought n
universal storm of protest nnd repud
iation down upon themselves by the
fiendish methods they have practiced
of Into. For Instance, throwing
acids nnd pnlnts Into mall boxes, In
ttend of establishing the fact tlmt
women should have votes, as thoy up
ivnreutly considered It would, has had
exactly the opposite effect. This re
ulston Is so widespread that one
who follows tho 'trend of nffnlrs
across the Atlantic, not only In llrlt
tsb journals but In our own pres
commentaries upon trans-sea activi
ties. Is Inclined to bellevo that the
backbone of the English suffrage
movement Is broken. Even anient
friends of equal suffrage must hope
tun It wtll remain broken until n
vory different campaign from that
which of late has disgraced tho cause
can be Inaugurated.
NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS.
lly Ilend: To at least doublo In
population during 1913.
Hy Prlnovlllo: To try for another
railroad, this tlmo not of the Skcwes
lly ex-Mayor Jones of Kodmond:
Never to play poker with any of Oor.
crnor West's cxpeits.
Uy Doc Coo: Never to get out of
patients (patience) during tho year.
lly tho Prlscllla Club: To work
strenuously for the passage of tho
bill to tax bachelors.
In the County Court of tho State of
Oregon for Crook County.
In the matter of the Estato of Paul
O. Yclstad, Deceased.
To Electa Olena Yolstad. Irene Chris
tine Yelstnd nnd Olaf Percy Vel
stad, the known heirs of Pnul O.
Velstad, deceased, and to all tho
unknown heirs If any, of Paul O.
Volstead, deceased, Oreotlng:
In the name of tho Stato of Oregon;
You and each of you are hereby
cited and summoned to appear on
Monday, tho 3d day of February,
1913, at 10 o.clock In tho forenoon of
siild day, nt tho County Court room
In Prlnovlllo, Oregon, and then nnd
thero show cause, It any thoro bo,
why nn order for tho salo of SWVli
Section OR), Township (IS) H
Itnngo (13) I'.fYY. M.. should not bo
tundo to John Steldl, administrator
of said estate, as prayed for In tho
petition of Bald administrator tiled
Witness, tho Honorable II. C. Kl.
Us, Jtitlgo of the County Court of tho
Stato of Oregon for tho County of
Crook, with the seal of said Court nf
fixed this 21th day of December,
Attest: Wnrron Drown, County
NOTICE FOR PFUl.K'ATION.
Department of the Interior, V, 8,
Land Olllce at The DhIUm, Oregon,
December 1Mb, 1912.
Notice Is hereby glvmi that Orover
O. Pulllam, of Tumnlo, OreKou, who,
on April 33rd, 1910, made Desert
Land Entry, No. 0fiB70, for s4 tw,
Section 17, Township 10 South,
Range 11 East, Willamette Meridian,
has tiled notice of Intention to make
tluat proof, to establish claim to the
laud nbove described, before II. C
Ellis. U. S. CommUslouer, at his
olllce, nt Ilend, Oregon, on tho 30th
day of January, 1913,
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Ellis 11, Edglngton, John M. McKln
ney, of Sisters, Oregon, Hubert A.
Scoggtn, Louxetta Pulllam of Tumalo,
41-ir.p C. W. MOOItE. Iteglster.
"It Is a source of wonder." says
the Literary Digest, ''that despite the
unusual Interest In last fall's three
cornered campaign for the presidency
the popular vote should have been o
surprlslugly small. According to
practically complete official figures
published by the Associated Press,
the total voto was 10,041,605, only
150, COG larger than that or 1908.
And this la In spite of the fact that
two new states have been admitted
to the Union since then, and suffrage
has been granted to women In the
btates of California and Washington.
Hut for the&e accessions the popular
vote of 1912 would have fallen below
the popular vote of 1908."
A fact of further moment Is that
although Wilson received such an un
precedented majority in the electo
ral college, his total popular vote,
(-,303,003', is 101,919 ItrkS than the
llryan vote of 1908.
From which may be drawn tho con
clusion that despite all the turmoil
of the elect on, real popular Interest
In it was lets than ever before; a
vast percentage of voters preferred
tq stay at homethau to go totht
(tolls. Also, the fact Is brought home
that Nebraska's Peerless One Is real,
ly a mighty power tu the land, and u
popular power at that.
Stenographer nt The llulletln of
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typewriting work at rranonnhle rate.
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for the use of our
No extra charges.
With A. L. French.
January 8, 1913
I used to think that
corn vas good only
Then it came off the
cob right fresh I vas
wrong. We had some
corn for dinner today
that tasted real good
and sveet. Mama paid
10 cents a can for it
She also bought a can
of tomatoes for 10c
P. S. The corn and
tomatoes ve had for
dinner came from
Overturf-Davis-Miller Co. !
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Shingles Mouldings j
It Is Interesting to note that the
eastern newspapers nro devoting
iiiucU attention to the proposal that
James J, Hill be chosen the next Sec
retary of Agriculture. It Is nlso, per
haps, a bit struugo that the papers
of the Coast huve given Mr. Hill's
proposed candidacy so comparatively
Blight mention; in this matter, it
seems as If the Pacific Northwest
must turn to such journals as the
New York Times even to learn that
Mr. Hill is being discussed, and dis
cussed with a national seriousness.
Assuredly It would bo difficult to se
lect a mau more, admirably fiuallfled
fbr the position, or to" make an ap
pblntmenftuatwould beraoro un-
I N The Bend Bulletin of Decemhnr 4.
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t mere were some articles
lere were some amcies comnan
BEND and its future with Seattle and
its oast. Did vou read them? Ynn
undoubtedly did. If you did not, loose no
time to do so and while you are reading
THINK. After thinking hard, ask yourself
if you can afford to let pass another such
opportunity as those now wealthy men in
Seattle who could see into the future took
advantage of then invest in Bend property.
Once there was a man who said he
would never do anything he hadn't done
before. Fortunately there were not many of
his kind, so the world continued to advance
just the same.
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Wall Street, Bend, Oregon
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