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11END lll'LLKTIN, 11KND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY l!l, DM I.
THE BBNU HULLliTliS
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor nml Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
nOUKUT W. SAWYER
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elected on tho honrd of directors of
each mntiufncturlug company In
which thin corporation luvestH Its
money, and no Investment shall be
mndo In any mnnutncturlnK concern
that lb not a stock company Issuing
fully paid up, non-nssessnblo stock.
"Tho Jacksonville Manufacturers
tnvestmout Corporation, In addition
to or In Hon of purchasing slock In
manufacturing companies, ngrco to
furnish n factory slto on terms of
lease, or free for a tur n i? years with'
option to purchase at a pttco llxcd at
tho tlmo of entering Into the. ngreu
ment, such prlci to Include n reasoiv
nblo protlt, Interest and taxes."
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1914.
The town of Jncksonvlll6, Florida,
acquired something of a reputation
for progrcsslvcness some years ago
when It practically Initiated the con
structlon of municipally owned docks
on a largo scale. Just now It Is or
ganising a scheme for city-building
through manufacturing development
that promises much. It Is a scheme
that well may bo studied and copied
In the Pacific Northwest. While Its
general details no doubt ore consid
erable presumptious for Bend Just at
this stage of Its career, there Is no
doubt that there is great merit In
the general plan, and that some bene
ficial borrowings may be made from It
In connection with efforts along tho
ndo unes aircaay undertaken or
Below we reprint tho essence of the
Jacksonville plan as set forth In a
profpfctus:' , ,.
"Realising that one of the best
Xoundatloni" upon which to build a
prosperous city Is found in manufac
tories, the Jacksonville Board of
Trad bos Investigated WJd endorsed
plan whereby Inducements CAP. be
offered to Industrial plants to estab
lish their factories here.""
r- "Only such Industrial plants will
be sought which It can confidently bo
believed will pay and prosper on sty
count of tho geographical location of
Jacksonville. When theso natur
al advantages are pointed out. how
ever. It frequently happens that a
plant Cannot be induced lo locate uTJ
less some assistance ( rendered local
Iy In the way of stoOk subscriptions
or favorable prices are made on iltes.
Such assistance must not be looked
at In the light pf a bonus, given to
overcome local disadvantages but
merely to overcome In some cases the
expense Incurred In removal from a
less favorable location. Practically
all go ahead, upUo-date hustling
cities are today adopting this plan,
and those which do not are getting
left In the race of progress.
"The capital stock will be $100,
000.00 divided Into 1000 shares of
the par value or $100.00 each. Stock
to be paid for 10 per cent on signing
application, and" not more than 10
per cent. In any one call and never
more, than 25 per cent. In one year.
Not more than five shares will be sold
to any one person, Arm or corpora
"Tho corporation will be managed
by a board of nine directors to be
elected by .the stockholders, who in
turn will frohi among their number
elect a president, first vice president,
and second vice president, and secre
tary and treasurer, all of whom shall
"Tho expenses of management will
be kept down' to the lowest possible
amount. The officers -and directors
will receive no salary until such tlmo
sb at least fifty per cent, of the capi
tal stock has been paid In cash.
"Tho income of tho corporation
will be derived from dividends re
ceived from Industrial companies,
from stock purchased by this corpora
tion and the profits from rents and
sales of factory sites.
"Tho Jacksonville Manufacturer's
Investment Corporation will assist
now manufacturing companies by
purchasing not moro than ten 'per
cent, of tha,lr capital stock, provided,
that not more than, ten pen. cent, of
the capital of this corporation shall
be Invested In any one manufacturing
company. Provided also, that the
remaining ninety per cent, of tho
capital stock of such manufacturing
company must bo paid In cash or Its
physical equivalent In the form of
machinery and equipment. The mer
its of each manufacturing company
will first be thoroughly Investigated
by the Board of Directors of this cor
poration and tho Now Enterprise
Committee of the Board of Trade. '
"This corporation will Insist on at
least one of Us stockholders being
ON SATURDAY'S MEETINGS.
In any consideration of Saturday's
meetings at Redmond and Bend throo
things stand out clearly. Tho first,
shown mora emphatically at Red
mond than hero. Is that tho settlers
will not bo satisfied with nny arrange
ment that loaves tho C. O. I. Co. to
spend tho mono) received from tho
snlo of Its North cannl Interests.
Thero Is much they want done. Thoy
want the Central Oregon flume re
built; they want the canal onlarged;
they want to bo assured of tho de
livery of water thoy hove bought;
and they know that none of theso
things will bo certain If left to the
company to do. At Redmond sug
gestions were mado running all the
wa) from tho sponUintf'of tho money
by tho governor, to having It done by
a new set of company officials: but
tho undertone waB, always tho same,
"Tho present officials must havo no
chance at It."
This point The Bulletin has Insist
ed upon and, on behalf of the settlers,
will continue to Insist upon Until the
matter Is settled. For once tho C.
O. I. Co. has come forth to ask n
favor. Let the terms on which that
favor Is granted be satisfactory to
those who have had no favor from the
company in tho past.
The second matter is tho spirit
shown by tho three towns chiefly In
terested. It was only to bo expect
ed that Redmond and Bend should
Join In the common purpose, but
when Prinevllle, whoso chief Interest
Is In another project, sends a delegate
to pledge the support of his town tor
any plan the others might agree up
on, It Is causo for congratulation. It
murks n ttcw growth of spirit nnd of
community fellowship that surely will
bo fruitful of Kod to all,
Finally, thero Is tho meaning of
tho whole thing which tmtst nut bo
lost sight of. No no can delude
himself with tho Idea that those two
great crowds turned out Iiooimino of
overwhelming Interest In tho North
canal project. All truly woro In
terested, for nil want to sou done
every possible bit of development
work needed In thin county. Hut
tho chief Interest In tho plan Is Ktt
boarlug on tho other projects'. It In
a means to an uud. And since that
end Is out: that touches so closely tho
lives of ovory person on th eogrcgn
tloit wo urgo every effort toward Its
Tho current number of tho Oregon
Historical Society quarterly Is In
scribed to the memory of nltrvoy W.
Scott, tho former editor of Tho Port
land Oregonlau, nnd contains rovluws
of Mr. Scott s life from tho tlmo he
en in o to Oregon with his parents In
1852 to his death In 1910. In tno
span of his life Mr. Scott saw Orogon
grow from a frontier territory to a
modern statu nnd ho had a largo
sharo In promoting thnt growth nud
directing It to tho forhi nnd .strength
of today. Ills struggle against pov
erty In his youth, his light for an
education, his years of clear think
ing nnd forceful writing, all mako
him nn Inspiring examplo us a great
FOR RENT -Furnished bungalow.
116 pur month, Seo Noll Mnrkol.-Htr
FOR RwNT 2 roum cabin with
stovo, bod, etc., W. II. Lesh. Ono
block past of depot. 3ltf
FOR RENT Small houso partly
furnished. Jfi u month: aim tent
houso adjoining. Near depot. Iitqultn
this ofllce. ice
FOR RUNT Offices on Wall strout
very cheap. Apply Bulletin Olllco.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo.
cnted. Electric lights nnd wntor.
Suitable for housekeeping. Cheap,
Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT Largo store, modern
front Good location. Aimlv to l.
O. Minor, Deschutes Bnnk. 87tf
OFFICE ROOM for rent. Will rent
tho olllco recently occuuleil w it. k
Koon, sower engineer, nt n very rott-
huuuuiu rental, accjss given to vault
In my office If desired. Robert U.
of the U, S. A.
Issues, poliuius that pay larger
returns than the uv(:rage eoni-'
puny anil have clauses that are
M. S. LATTIN
Full line of heating stoves at tho
Skuso Hardware Company. adv
Get your 1014 hunting And fish
ing license by making; application nt
Tho Bulletin office.--Adv.
Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water
With Hath Privilegta
Minn A. I). Spalding, Proprietor
II K N I :: 0 11 K CI O X
Off With Your Hat!
fthd on with n new one bought at the
All Hats Sold
FOR ONE WEEK MORE AT
50c to $1.50
VALUES UP TO $7.50
Must Have Room for Spring Slock
First Choice to First Comers
Beavers, Felts, Children's Hats
50c to $1.50
$4.00 Wool Hoods for
$1.50 Wool Hoods for
Old trimmings put on new.hats.
All Hair Goods reduced
The Bend Millinery Store
MRS. S. McINTOSH
WANTED Work by tho hour" or
day. inquire at .Mrs, Stevenson's
WANTED Whkuii nnd doiililo
harness. Cheap. Morse weight about
1200. Inquire Bulletin. , 4 0ch
WANTED School boy to do light
chores in exchange for board nnd
clothes. Wrlto or call on F. II.
Plnkstaff. Latdlaw. 40-47p
WANTKD Position as housekeep
er for widower or bachelor. Mrs.
Molllo Ivy, care M. II. tllllotte. Laid
TO TRADE Residence lots for
business lot In town. Address Box 65,
TO KXCHANOE 40 ncrcs one
mllo from Redmond. All cleared.
Good 4 room house, barn. Will trado
for Bend city property. Inquire A,
uuiicun. , 46tr
TO BXCHANOB 40 acres Irrlg
ablo land under Sunnyslde Govern
ment canal In Yakima county, Wash,
for land In Crook county, Orogon.
Good bearing orchard, 9 acres. Good
buildings, cloie to good school. Ad
dress E. P. Dopps, Outlook,
TO TRADE For house and lot,
160 aero desort claim. 8 miles south
of Prinevllle: level land, 35 acres In
crop; 30 more ready for crop; 86
acres can be put In crop after taking
off 200 cords of wood; creek runs 9
months oul of year; spring; all fenc
ed. Don't answer unless you mean
business. Address Box 481, Prine
vllle, Oregon. ' 43tf
Tu TRADE For team or howes
lot and cabin or lots, 3 14 blocks
from First National Bank. Inquire
(Continued from pngo one.)
face with Governor West said, "If
you can toll us that tho company will
not havo tho spending of this money,
wo'ro for you; If not, woro against
This apparently was a matter vt
detail thnt hnd not fully been worked
out In tho Governor's mind, hut when
ho assured his questioners thnt tho
money would be spent under the sut
orvlslnn of tho stale the assurance
was accepted and a vote passed to
assist the Governor In carrying out
Before tho vnla was taken remarks
wero mado by Dr. P. II. Dencer and
L. E. Smith of the ('. O, I. Co
Wnter Users' Association, CO. Pol
Inrd of the Prinevllle Commercial
Club and J. W. Brewer of the Cn
trnl Oregon Development lingua. Mr,
roilnrd aroused considerable enlhu
and J. N, B. Gerklug, jj ;
Tho linn Is Apprmrtl,
As nt Redmond, all gnve their np ,
proval lo tho plan, but tho shunt tin ,
dercurrent of hostility to and distrust
of tho C, O, I. Co. was shown, per ,
haps In no speech moro strongly than
In thnt of Mr. Walker, who spoko us
the representative of the Water Its.
era' Association. Ilo snld that Hie
association had passed a resolution
calling on the state to hold back pay.
meuts to the company until tho work
had been properly done on tho flume
nnd other parts of tho system need- ,
Ing repair. Hn also asked that an
arrangement bo mado under which
the maintenance charges to bo paid t
by settlors should be mndu to agree
with tho watered acreage.
Judgu Springer snld that ho re-
Jolced In the shniio tuntters were as
suming and pledged the nsslstaurc
of his office In any way X)Mlbl. No i
felt In n wny the originator of tint
whole affair since, as he said, ho had.
started tho movement to get Heotrr- '
lary Lnna in hero Inst summer.
slasm when ho said that, although
i-riiiuviiie wu morn particularly in- I ! . ,,-i, r wm.i, ,a ..i.i tt,-. i
tercsted In tho completion of the ,"VP!T!.h'.i,C'LAiW'
Fall. unit, hn was Instructed r " -',' ..,u"tV. . ' u. 'LZ
The meeting closed with Mr, Oerk-
I have moved my stock of groceries
Into the new Smith Building and
will be open for business again in
a few days. LARGE STOCK OF
NEW GOODS ON HANT.
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon
FOR SALE OR TRADE For
horses or cattle, four passenger auto
mobile. Inquire P. Bulletin. 4Gtf
FOR SALE Snllt and llmli wood.
all lengths. Prices reasonable. For
price address S. Murasakl, City, 4Ctf
FOR SALE Marc colt 2 years
old. Weight 853 poundj. Prlco reas
onable. S. Murasakl, behind Presby
terian church. 4Stf
FOR SALE By J. 8. nichards, No.
1 seed ryo, $20.00 per ton, all sacked
on King ranch north of Latd
FOR 8ALE-i-Lot 50x96 with
12x14 tent Price f 325. Terms to
suit purchaser. Address P. O. Box
05, Bend. 4Ctf
FOR SALE Two thoroughbred 8.
C. Rhode Island red roosters. Inquire
of D. E. Fox. 3 miles north of Bend.
on Redmond road. 46-47c
FOR SALE Dairy cows and heif
ers, 3 cows to freshen within 30 days.
'i no mux rrom.tbeso cows teats from
4.2 to C.4. Also, 16 high grade
Quornsey heifers 2 years old.' Theso
wore recently shipped from Southern
Wisconsin and are all tuberculin
tested and bred, most of them are
springing now. Registered Duroc
Jersey bred sows and 3 months old
sow pigs for sale. u. A. Bradley,
ranch 1 4 miles north or depot, Red.
mond, Oregon. Inquire of J. M. Judd,
Bend, Oregon, , 45tfo
FOR SALE By ownor, 80 acres
3 1& miles northwest of Lnldlaw, 6ft
acres Irrlgablo. J, L. Couch, Iild
FOR SALE Baled alfalfa hay,
ohoap. Inquire of J. B. Miner. 44tf
FOR SALE 1013 five passenger
Ford our. Just overhauled and as good
as now, prlco $400. $50 wOrth of
oxtras go with this car. Inquire Bul
FOR SALE Four-holo cook stovo.
Inqulro at Bulletin office. 42tf
,FOR SALE All kinds of rough
and dressed lumber, at Audorson
Bros, sawmill half ay botwoen Bond
and Lnldlaw, on old Tutnalo rond.
Reasonablo prices, rougtt lumbar $10
per M. Delivering to Bond or Laid-
law $2 por M. Telephone 19tf
FOR SALE -Team. Weight nltout
2700. Mara nnd homo, 8 and 1) years
old, I lumens and wagon. J. S. Rich
nrdH, C miles north of Lnldlaw.
FOR 8 A L K Devonshire cow.
Hoavy producer. Seo J. J, Ryan,
to say lo the meeting that the Prln
vllle Commercial Club wanted to help
uenu ana itcutnond get what they
were after and that It "would work
hand In hand with them to do what
can be done to develop tho North
Canal and other C. O. I. Co, pro
jects," Mr. Brower urged unani
mous support of the Governor's plan
and asked for tho appointment of del
egates to the Irrigation Congress by
alt bodies entltlod to representation,
The Meeting In Bend,
Although tho evening mooting In
Bend was not attended by as large n
crowd as bad turned out la Redmond,
tho Bond Theatre where the meeting
was held, was packed nnd many woro
unablo to get In. The Governor came
directly to the meeting from tho din
ner at the Pilot Butte Hotel, appear
ing an the stage shortly after S
After a few words of Introduction
by V. A. Forbes thn Govornor lanch
cd Into tho explanation of his plan,
In somewhat less detail than nt Red
mond but covering all the omportant
features. On concluding he naked
for remarks and questions, turning
to Mr. Forbes for' his opinion In par
ticular. This Mr. Forbes gave, an
alysing tho proposition In detail. Ho
pointed out that at tlip next election
a constitutional amendment would
bo voted on giving tho state power
to Isiue bonds for reclamation pur
poses, which, If adopted, would ob
viate the necessity of going to the
Legislature for permission to use tho
Tumalo fund. Nevertheless, hn
thought that tho permission would
be granted, and ho believed tho plan
a good one. Other speakers follow
ing Mr. Forbes were Dr. Dencer, A.
O. Walker. C. S. Hudson, C. O. Pol
lard, J. W. Brewer, Judge Springer
get results. That was the way theY
had been aba to succeed . In thti
Tumalo and that yould mean oquafc
success hern. . :
From thn tboatro Governor West
went to tho revival meeting In tht
Smith building, where he spoka"tm
hls efforts to have tho laws enforced',
making particular referraco to his
actions at Cotiperfiold and toJufrao
tlons of the liquor law,
He left on his return to Portland
on tho morning train Sunday.
GOVERNOR ATTENDS BANQUET
Ilium With llutlnc Men Brforr TliW
Evening Meeting No HjKokInjC .
Under tho auspices of thn Com
mercial Club, Governor West wa
tendered a banquet at thn Pilot llutt
Hotel before thn meeting Saturday
evening. Ills wishes In tho matter
had been consulted by V. A. For !)'."
early In tho week and hn had replleifi,
that ha put himself entirely In Mr
Forbes' hands during his stay horc
Accordingly tho dinner was arranged
on very short notice.
Tho Governor arrived from Rod
mond shortly after C o'clock and ntr
tlmo for a short rest before dinner.,
which began at 7:15. Nearly 50 at
tended, Including suvural from tajir
law and Redmond as well, as urlr
all tho business men' of thtr tow a
Thero was no speaking as the tliuu''
was so short, tho diners going dlrtct-
Iy from tho hotel to tho .meet Ing, at
tho Bend Theatre.
Full lino of heating, stoves at tho-'
Skuso Hardware Company; ' adv
WE HAVE 26 IMPORTED PERCHERON BELGIAN AND
SHIRE STALLIONS. TWO TO FOUR YEARS OLD. WEKJIIINO
FROM 1800 TO A TON, WITH PLENTY OF JJONE AND AC- t
TION, THB OOOD RUGGED KIND. THE KIND THAT WILL'
DO YOU LOTH OF GOOD IF IN THE MAUK.BT FOR A HTAI
ION OF EITHER BREED. OR IF YOU IIAV1AN AGED BTAU
ION OR GELDING YOU WISH TO TRADE IN WRITE U8
YOUR WANTS, OR BETTER ST ILL, COMEAND BEE US.
H. SHIT. HONH ,J
4C to 3-ilp i Pendleton, Oro,
LOST AND FOUND,
' L08T Ono Hamilton gold watch,
between First National Bank build
luff and my homo. Tho caso perfect-
iy plain, open raco. Kinder roturn to
in j or Bulletin and rocolvo sultnhla
reward, II, J. Overturf. 43tfc
LOST Probably at lost wook'ii llro
small open faco Elgin watch. Gold.
7 Jewels. W. II. O. monogram on
back. Finder kindly leave at Bulle
tin office 40-470
Registered Duroc Jersey boar for
sorvlce, Ed Halvorson, 44tf
cent a word
IS ALL A LITTLE
WILL COST YOU
. 'PHONE IT
IF YOU WISH.
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