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BRND nUMiKTIX; BEND, OKKOON1, TIIUIIHDAY, KriimfoAftY fc llf
The Bend Bulletin
THI3 11KN1) IlUIiljKTIX
nourciiT W. SAWYER
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for the squnro deal, elenn busi
ness, clean politics nnd tho boat In
torostB of Bond and Contrnl Oregon.
Ono Year - $2.00
Six Months ....... 1.00
Throo Months .":::;; B0
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1010.
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Oregon will net as host this sum-
mor to tho National Editorial Assoc--,
latlon ns ono ot tho results ot tho
activities ot tho Tactile Northwest
Tourist association. This body of
men and women Is made up of tho
brightest minds In tho newspaper
'world, and results that will accrue
from a publicity standpoint nro be
yond nil computation. During tho
past two years, tho tourist associa
tion, roprosontlng Oregon, Washing
ton and British Columbia, has spent
$112,000 to attract tourists to the
Pacific northwest and tho results
haTO been far beyond expectation,
when war conditions aro taken into
consideration. That Oregon has re
ceived tho greater benefits over tho
other commonwealths is evident in
tho attendance at Crater Lake. Thcro
aro 11 national parks in tho United
States, and all but two showed a de
crease In attendance, tho two being
Crater Lako and tho Rainier National
Park. Crater Lako showed an In-
crcaso of between 25 and 40 per
cent, and nearly 50,000 peoplo visit
ed Rainier Nntlonal Park, while nil
parts of the Pacific Northwest were
included in tho various phases ot
Tho total expendlturo ot tourists
nnd vacation seekers per annum Is
not less than ono billion dollars, and
it is to sccuro our fair share of this
immense revenue Hint this associa
It is safe to say that within a very
short time tho Pacific Northwest
and It can be demonstrated by fig
V J? 97
ures can derive from flftjTo, one
hundred million dollars of 'actual
cash from tho encouragement of this
travel. This cash remains in the
Pacific northwest. It is not sent
out for any raw material or for any
other commodity, but remains here
to help every individual citizen in
the development of his business and
the payment of his taxes. Tho tourist
is absolutely tho forerunner ot the
settler, tho new investor and tho
Travel by rail was discouraged last
year and as far as going abroad is
concerned thero will bo nothing doing
this year. Tho war is over and the
peoplo have tho money and a desire
to travel. We havo so for expended
$112,000 to attract attention to the
greatest asset wo have and wo only
need to keep up tho work to secure
returns based on this expenditure far
beyond the desires of tho most avar
icious. To Illustrate, the Park to
Park Highway association at a recent
meeting In Spokane reported 10,000
machines entering Spokane over tho
Yellowstone highway with an aver
age of four In a machine Suppose
theso machines were gathered to
gether in Spokane in one. day. You
know what it costs you to travel.
Take this amount and multiply Is by
40,000 and look at tho total and this
Is the way this new money that costs
us practically nothing to get flows In
a steady Btream into our lap. House
BUI 76 calls for another appropria
tion to cover the coming two years,
for the same amount asked for two
years ago and dependent upon Wash
ington and British Columbia follow
ing with the same amount they gave
previously. No appropriation has se
cured more for Oregon or been better
administered. The work is under
tho constant attention of some of
our leading business men who give
their tlmo free of charge and pay
their own expenses when attending
the meetings of the board ot di
rectors. The state revenues aro used to de
velop every other asset, either by
maintaining departments, enforce
ment of laws, maintaining institu
tions, and the building ot roads and
bridges, and tho simplest way to in
crease these revenues is by a de
velopment moro potent than any
that has gone "before which will re
sult in the coming hero ot thousands
of men and women, who will seo us
as wo are and who will In a largo
measuro either romaln permanently
or leave tholr money for Investments.
THE GREAT EXPERIMENT,
(!ly l-rklin K. Lnnc.)
There Is no such thing us Ameri
canism units' ,'AraerJcanIgm' fs jn our
soul. We tiw,jEPtMto feel' it first,
and then we'lV'PSt'lW1
among other peoplo.
icnnUro Is A spirit. It la tho constnnt
nnd continuous searching of tho
human heart for tho thing that Is
Our wars hnvo been fought by
men ot foreign birth. Wo boo tholr
names every dny In tho list ot thoso
who nro dead on tho battlollolds of
Thoro Is no such thing as nu Amer
ican rnco, except tho Indians. Wo
nro fashioning out n now peoplo.
Wp" nro doing tlto unpreccndcntcd
thing in saying that Slav, Teuton,
Colt nnd tho other races that mnko
up tho civtltzcd world nro capable
ot being blended hero, nnd wo any
this upon tho theory that blood nlouo
docs not control tho destiny ot men;
that out ot his environment, his
education, tho food ho eats, tho
neighbors; that ho has, tho work that
ho does, there' cart bo formed nnd
realized n spirit, an Ideal which will
master his blood.
Wo nro trying a tgreat experiment
in tho United States. Can, wo gnther
together peoplo ot different races,
creeds, conditions nnd aspirations
who can bo merged Into onoT
It wo cannot do this, wo will fall
indeed, wo will havo already failed.
It wo do this, wo will produco tho
greatest of all nations, a new rnco
that will long hold a compelling
plnco In tho world.
A PERSONAL INVENTORY.
What are you worth to yourself?
To help every American find tho
answer the government has sug
gested that every man, woman nnd
child, take account ot his or her
personal property, savings nnd debts
and mnko plans for 12 months ot
getting ahead during 1919.
The savings division ot tho United
States treasury department, has de
vised two fllmplo forms, ono to bo
filled out by adults and tho other,
which might bo called a patriotic
estimate blank, is equally useful for
both children and grown ups. Thoso
directing tho project realize that ono
of tho hnrdest things n person has
to do Is to bo financially honest with
himself, hut It is believed tho blanks
will help any citizen to obtain nn
accurato enough account of his per
sonal financial statistical status.
Teachers will bo asked to encour-
ago tho pupils to fill out tho estimate
blanks for themselves. Tho other
blank may be filled out by tho family
for its own guidance. Tho forms aro
not to bo sent to or filled with any
organization. They should be kept
by tho family as a record of its finan
cial standing as a guido post to a
year ot thankful thrift.
A statement urging tho taking ot
a personal inventory issued by the
savings division follows:
"Your savings Increaso your
property and personal property.
Would not your family bo interested
to list all tho property it owns in
order to find out Just how much cap
ital it really possesses? Your capi
tal includes not only your house,
furniture, etc., but tho money you
have deposited in the building nnd
loan society, savings bank, and the
Liberty bonds, thrift stamps and tho
war savings stumps you have pur
chased as well.
Tho nation has been taught tho
value of thrift wlso buying, sane
savlng,securo investment by the
war. We must not suffer a relapse.
Our part in tho future prosperity of
our country Is as great as the part
we took In winning the war. Ono of
tho best ways in which to usslst In
insuring prosperity is by practicing
thrift. A thrifty nation is a pros
perous nation. ,
"It is -tvith tho idea of stimulat
ing increased interest in saving that
the special forms for tho guldanco
of children, adults and families In
making their pcisonal Inventories
have been issued. After you have
filled out the first form and ascer
tained your exnet financial status,
fill out tho second blank and mako
your plans for a year of greater
thrift in 1919."
Tho forms of Btock taking recom
mended by the government savings
Wur Winning Savings in 1918.
War savings stamps bought.... $
Liberty bond payments made
Total war savings in 1918
Plans for War Clean up Servlco
Will buy savings stamps
Will buy liberty bonds
Total savings service, 1919...
INVENTORY OF FAMILY PROP
ERTY OR CAPITAL.
Property Owned January 1, 1919.
War savings Btamps owned.... $
Liberty bonds owned and pay
Money on band and In bank
Property, (house, furulturo,
(1) Total gross valuo ot
Leas debts owed, Janunry 1, 1919,
Account owed at stores, etc
Notes and mortgages owed.... ,
(2) Total debts owed.
J.kTotitl worth or not property
t .tf.'jor' capital, Subtract (2)
, from U) ...,.....
itIf similar figures can he recalled
tor January 1, 1918, Ihoy may bo
placed In n second column to tho
right to show progress mndu during
tho yonr. This year's record nhould
bo kopt tor comparison at tho end of
A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY.
Havo you over stopped to consider
tho real significance. TO YOU ot tho
trademark or brand nntno on tho
pnekngo or label ot tho article you
buy at tho storo?
Havo you over stopped to think
that the presence of nn advertised
trndemnrk on u can ot porlc ami
henns, for example, Is u guarantee
that theso beans aro ot good quality?
Tills must bo true, else tho adver
tising would defeat its own purpose.
Tho trademark,, being u mark f
.identification, is us much n means of
rejection as, ot selection,
That Is, It tho article so Identified
proves unsatisfactory you nro en
abled by the( trademark to avoid It
n second tlmo.
Manifestly, n manufacturer could
not afford to put n brand nntno or
trademark on nu unsatisfactory
product. Peoplo would not buy It n
second tlmo nnd ho would run him
self out ot business nlmoa. Imme
A manufacturer backs a branded
product by his reputation. 'There
fore, ho cannot afford to stnko his
reputation on any product that is
It is only when ho puts on tho
market a satisfactory product, ono
which peoplo will Ilka and call for
n second time, that ho can afford
to put tho mark ot Identification
But when ho hns such n product
ho wants peoplo to know that It Is
his. Every packago ho sells thon
helps to build a reputation for him
and his goods.
Advertised, tradomnrked goods
thon nro most apt to bo GOOD
Tho advertised trademark Is your
guurnntco ot quality.
"Tho American citizen has u pas-
slonato devotion for liberty, personal,
religious and political. He rejects
government by a class whether small
or large, and governors by divine
graco, and believes In government by
tho peoplo. Ho desires Justlco In all
tho relations ot human society and
neither asks nor (grants privileges.
Ho Is tolerant 'of opinions unlike his
own and submits In practico to tho
opinion ar wish ot tho majority.
Ho believes that -tho liberty ot tho.
individual should be exorcised under
tho rpstralnts of established law, thu
embodiment ot common morality aud
common senso. Ho bellovcs that the
roots of tho free stato aro In the
family and in universal education.
These aro tho American Ideals. Im
migrants nro assimilated as fust and
as far as they accept them." Dr.
Charles W. Eliot.
Suggestions mado in a communi
cation to Tho Bulletin, published liM
yesterday's Issue, regarding more
courteous treatment ot visiting
speakers, aro most opportune. Lack
of attention nt public meetings and
falluro to observe sllcnco, aro doubt
less duo to thoughtlessness and do
not constltuto an Intentional affront,
but the effect produced Is tho snmo.
Since the ground hog saw his
shadow yestorday wo aro to hnvo six
weeks more of winter. So long us it
Is no worse than tho winter wo hnvo
already had that's Jake with us. '
THE HOME PAPER.
When tho ovenln' shndo is fallln
tho end o' tho day,
An' a feller rests from labor smokln'
his pipe o' clay,
There's nothln' docs him so much
good, bo fortune up or down,
As tho llttlo country paper from his
ol' homo town.
It ain't a thing o' beauty an' Its print
..ain't always clean, ,
But it straightens out his temper
when u feller's roolln' moan;
It takes tho wrinkles off his face an'
brushes off tho. frown,
That llttlo country paper from his ol'
It tolls of all tho parties nnd balls o'
'Bout who spent Sunday with his girl
an how tho crops.'!! grow;
How It kcops u feller posted 'bout
who Is up and who is down,
That llttlo country paper from his ol'
'Now TJIko to read tho dallies nn' tho
story papers, too,
An' at times tho yallor novels an'
florae other trash don't you?
But when I want some rcudln' (hat
will brush away n frown,
l"want that llttlo paper front rayJoI'
J!hloJde Furnace Nowb,
MILLtO.VAlltK MILLER CONVICT
Kl) O.V TWO CHARGES UNDER
ESPIONAGE ACT I'.VONKItAT
El ON FIVE COUNTS.
(Mr United 1'rru to Tim IWiul lliitlctln.)
Portland, Fob. C. Henry Alborn,
millionaire miller ot Portland, was
round guilty today on two counts ot
tho charge ot making seditious utter
ances on Octobor S, In violation ot
tho vshloiuio. act. .Th,q. Jury, after
deliberating for three hours last
night, returned i sealed verdict,
which wAa -opened nt 10 o'clock this
On llvo other counts Albors was
found not guilty. Thu utterance
for which fie was convicted covered
such statements ns "To hull with
America" nnd "You'll never lick tho
TO LOCATE HIGHWAY
TO MILLICAN SOON
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Work on tho location of tho Cen
tral Oregon highway for that section
of thu proposed road between llend
and Mllllcnn was to havo started to
morrow, but will bo delayed by tho
coming ot thu snow, County Surveyor
Robert II. Gould stated today. The
location will begin ns soon ns pus-
slblo, ho says.
MISS CLARA OUR IS
Bout! Girl Passes in llnrly .Morning
After .Month Illness l'uncrnl
to Ho Held Tomorrow,
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Miss Clara Orr, aged 21 years,
daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Orr
or thin city, died nt 2 o'clock this
morning at thu family rcsldunco on
Colorado and Harrlmnn, death com
ing as tho result ot pneumonia, se
quel to n four weeks' InJluctizn at
tack. Funeral services will bo held
at 2 o'clock tomorrow attornoon from
tho Nlswongur chapel, with Rev.
H. C. Hartranft or tho Presbyterian
church as thu officiating minister.
Burial will bo In Pilot Butto come
Miss Orr en mo to Bond two years
ago from La Plnu. In addition to
her father and mother, sho is sur
vived by five brothers, two of whom
uro now In tho navy, and three sis
ters. Record of Transfers.
(Furnished by Deschutes County
Abstract company )
Tho Lost Stroke That Will Bring
Many Women to Tho Garment
N'ojiuch Coat nmkHult values huvu heun
Wo urge every woman who has need tjf a
now Coat, Suit, Dromi or Skirt to hoo thoso
garments, ThlHjieasnn'nJiieHt stylos and ma
terlulii to Holuct ttrofhr MVo niunt havo room
,,. ,xi. 5-1 !1 f.J' I
iui iiuiv niwvii.
A wonderful lino of now Waists Just ar
rived. Watch for thu now things which aro ar
riving, I'hu balance of our Winter Millinery nt a
big cut price. '
Don't forget tho plnco.
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND STYLE
Pringle DuilJinff Wsll and Ore if on Street
La Pino Towusltu Co. to Win.
Williams, warranty deed lot .1, blk.
34, Ln Plnu.
N. S. Lulthend to Elvira II. Lolt
head, warranty deed NEU lot .1,
blk. 9, Bund.
Ilend Park Co. to Helen McKulght,
warranty deed, lot 15, blk., 115, 1st
add to llend park.
Same to same, warranty deed lot
2, blk. 50, Center add.
M. HoskltiM to C. F. Uoiklmt, war
ranty deed HEW NEU, 18-14-12.
Fred G. Atkinson, Kirk Whlted to
M. W. Peltlgniw, warranty deed part
SEU NWtf, NEU BWU, NW',1
Stt'U, 19-15-13 ast or 'road.
Mary E. Jtyan to W, K. McCor
mack, warranty deed, lot 3, blk. 3,
Deschutes Whlto Pino Co. to Chan.
R. Swayzu, warranty deed, lot 12,
blk. 2, Prlnglo Fnlls.
L. W. Davis to L. H. Dnvls, war
ranty deed, lots 1-2-3-4-5, blk. 3,
Elllngur's add to Redmond.
Kenwood Promotion Co. to J. II.
Ilaxtor, warranty deed, lot 3, WVJ
lot 4, blk. 9, Kenwood.
H. H. Clow to I). G. nnd R. W.
Raymond, quit claim deed H& 8V4
Lytlo Acre 23.
U..8. to Nathan H. EJltott, patent
W& NWU. 15-14-13.
Try n Want Ad.
For Quick Results.
and It Means Us
It means that you get the benefit of expert tiro
building in the first place by equipping with
It means tho expert tiro service, courteous nnd rellablo
help which is always available at our shop.
Remember that Firestone Tlrca are mntlo by specialists
in the World's Lnrccst Exclusive Tiro Factory. Rut
Firestone building methods nnd this immense volume,
added to their economical distribution, uuublo them to
charco as low us for ordinary tires.
And our shop backa up tho Firestone Service Cull oa us
CENT-ORE MOTOR COMPANi
Xxcludva Agents and Service Station
(Continued from Pngo 1.).
bond themselves for tho development
of hydro-electric energy. Tills In
primarily Intended as a move to turn
Inoxo thu latent ron oil reus of tho
mighty Deschutes and thu ninjontlo
Columbia and turn them Into thu
channel)) ot Industry and trade. Thin
resolution will bo fought for vigor
ously and It Is believed will pass
without much difficulty, Inasmuch a
It refers the whole problem to a votn
of thu peoplo nnd provides tor n
constitutional amendment to lift tho
limitation to 5 pur cunt. Instead ot
2 par cunt,, us It now stands.
Another move of 'grunt Importation
to Eastern Oregon Jn it propoinl from
Ruproaontntlvu Gallagher providing
that tho stnto shall gunrnntua tho
payment of thu principal and In
terest on boilds Issued by Irrigation
districts. This bill nlno prcsuppoicn
n voto by tho peoplo buforo it In
finally enacted Into law and If It In
so enacted Its sponsors declare It
will be ono or tho greatest vital fac
tors In thu development of thu wldo
wastes of Eastern Oregon that over
has been attempted,
Four chairs at your sorvico at the
Metropolitan. Nn waiting, Adv.
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