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The Bend Bulletin
Tf 118. RKNJf BULLETIX
JIIED A. WOELFLEN, Editor
nODCKT W. SAWYElt, Manager
An Independent nowspnpor standing
for the aqunro doal, clean business,
clean politics and tho best Interests
ot Bond nnd Central Oregon.
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THURSDAY, DECEMRER 4, 1919
While no ono who knows Ed.
In saying this -we mnkcy no
Ion on Commissioner Kiddle.
City, newlv ap
pointed number o iVch slate- high
vny commission, can hnvo anything
hut contldonco In his ability wo
think It safe to say that n largo
portion of Oregon east of the Cas
cades Is disappointed In tho selec
Tho disappointment would have
been equally great had nny other
man from northeastern Oregon been
Slnco th creation of the high
way commission In its present
form throe, men hnro been ap
pointed to membership on It from
the section east ot the Cascades and
every one of them has come from
the extreme northeastern part of the
state, two from Umatilla county
nnd new one from Union, which ad
joins Umatilla on the east. We
hud no criticism to mako ot the ap
pointment ot Mr. Uurgess and we
regretted and still regret his un-
tlmoly death. When, however, It
became necessary to appoint some
one to succeed him on the high
way commission wo hoped that
another portion ot eastern Oregon
might be given representation.
A glance at the map of the state
will, wo think, Indicate the reason
ableness of tho hope, and a study
of the contracts let by the com'mls
slon will show its reason. Wo have
not tho figures before us but we
venture tho assertion that leaving
out work on the Columbia highway
through Wasco county, there has
noti. .been .nierit on highway con
struction in Wasco, Jefferson,
Deschutoa, Crook. Lake, Klamath.
Harney and Malheur counties since
bonds wero first voted one twen-.
tleth ot tho sums spent in north
Wo agree that these are sparce-
ly settled counties and that roads
across them must "be long ones but
that, wo -assert, makes no differ
ence. Tho test is whether the roads,
tf in good shape, would bo used by
tourist travel and in what degree.
On thai, point, and so far as The"
Dalles-California highway is con
corned, wo bcllevo there can be no
argument. Until recently, however,
Ojegon Voter .to the contrary not
withstanding, this important tour
ist route hus "been wholly neglected
by the commission.
The counties named are not hogs.
Thy do not want ono cent for their
through roads that they nro not
entitled to. On the other hand
they do want every cent that is duo.
They hafo folt thjU In tho past thoy
have not Jtud their duo, and that
northeastern Oregon, through Its
representation on tho commission,
has liad more than its due. That
is why they hoped for representa
tion a ' tills Urao and why thoy are
dlsapjiolntijd at not getting- it.
They will place their confidence
now ln:JM. Kiddle, Just ns thqy
placed, ft Jn Mr. Uunsess and will
look tohim to Justify that confi
dence by., giving attention to the
road needs of Central and South
Central vas well as North Eastern
p-t-w, -. --. WM,
Lately tho town has boon adver
tised through tho fine advertising
given to tho work of tho First Na
tional Hank In developing tho agri
cultural resources of tho surrounding
country. Portland papers Imvo mndo
frequent mention ot tho bank, of
its president, C. S. Hudson, nlso
president of the Oregon stuto
bankers association, nnd ot ills plans
tor betterment ot agricultural Inter
ests nil over tho stnto. Now comes
recognition from a more dlstomt
point, a recent number ot tho Spokes
mnn-Rovicw, of Spokane, containing
n highly appreciative 'editorial men
tion of tho bank's monthly pt bllui
tlon, devoted to farm Intel ests
Whllo primarily this editorial Is
advertising for thajtbnuk It Is also
n good piece of publicity for tho
town where the bnjile, Is located,
llend Is fortunate to bo In n position
to obtain such publicity.
The editorial from tho Spokesman
Review is as follows:
"The First NntlpnaTbank ot ttoml,
Ore., Issues a' monthtyucwa booklet
that Is the best thing I of Its kind
thnt Tho Spokesman-Review olllco
has received. It Is Issued for tho
benefit ot the farmers and stockmen
ot the Rend region, whoso problems
the bank evidently )s anxious to
make- its owu. The November issuo
leads with an announcement thnt
tho bank Is trying to arrange for n
special car to take central Oregon
stockmen to tho livestock exposition
"While livestock occupies n large
amount of space in the Rend bank's
bulletins Interest is shown in n wide
diversity ot other topics. Potato
growing, the uso of sunflowers ns
silage, information about crenm
tests and critical discussions ot va-
rious fnll fairs are Included.
"The most significant thing about
the publication is its extreme prac
tical usefulness to tho farmers for
whom It Is Intended. A more prac
tical way of yoking- bank and farm
together for public scrvlco would be
hard to find."
BondJias been spoken of at var
ious times, as the best advertised
town In ilia iiprtbwest. Wherever
one travelled, if it became known
that he enmo from Bend there wus
always someone who said, "I've
heard of lliat town. Pretty good
place," aud so on.
One of the reasons why tho town
has been so, well advertised is the
fact that theio hus always been so
much of pspcclal, utmost romantic,
interest lii Us growth nnd develop
ment. In the beginning a pioneer
town, inljes jfrom the railroad, whore
thousanda of acres of sago brush
hind were being reclaimed; head
quarters for a tremendous tlmbor
.locating rush; then tho goal of n
raco of railroad giants when Hill and
Hurriinun ..battled for supremacy .in
the Deschutes canyon; the location
of the finest plno mills In tho
country; tho town thut grow .In a
year and u half, from 1,800 people
to oyor G,000; more recently recog
nized ns tho center of a region of un
surpassed hcqiiIc attraction; all these
things aa (hey became known to tho
autsldo woild created
ten t.r- .i .j .-
trnctod attention, sdvertlflodiDeud
A CONTINUING MOVEMENT '
Tho Treasury savings movement
Is not a campaign for u slnglo year.
but a continuing growing force In
American life. The results already j
obtained fully Justify Its continu
ance. Millions ot people who before ;
tho war never laid aside anything'
now liavo goodly amounts Invested I
In Government securities. Millions'
who wero wasteful and Improvident
are now thrifty.
Tho policy for the cojitlnuanco of
the movement Is clearly defined. Tho
business of tho Savings Organiza
tion Is to promote saving and the
purchase (from the Treasury or In
tho murket) nnd continued holding
of United States Government war se
curities of nil kinds. Saving is
taught not ns an end in itself but ns j
n means to Investment In United
Stntes war securities and continued j
holding thereof. The "holding" Jwl
ns Important ns Is the "buying." be
cause holding protects the Govern
ment's credit .md the Treasury hus
tuoro borrowing to do.
Tho Treasury savings movement is
ono of the great forcos ot recon
struction aud merits the continued
support of thoho who In the past
have worked for Its success and ot
thoso as well who lip to tho present
tlmo have not learned the ndvnutago
of saving nnd, investment in Govern
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Analysis or the voting list kept at
the school bond election on Saturday
Indicates that only two voters be
stirred themselves to come out to
vote. There wero 12 voters listed.
Four of these were election officials,
ope was a school director who had to
be present, three were men who wero
at work in the building during the
election, one wus tho Janitor of the
building and one was the Janitor's
wife. Tho other two are believed
to huvo-hud no cause for troubling
themselves to vote othor tjian an In
terest in tho schools.
How carefully do you address your
letters? An articlo In n current mag-
azlue suggests Hint It Is udvisablo
to write stato names out In full if
ou want to bo suro to avoid tho de
lays Incident to huvlng a lottor mis
sent. Bays tho article: "la" looks
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