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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1912)
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TRIBUTE TO SELLING
PAID BY JOURNAL
Portland Newspaper Says He is
a Friend of the People.
Stood for Statement No. One When
Many Republicans Refused
to do so.
AND CAN FURNISH
RIGS AND DRIVER ON
SHORT NOTICE : :
HEPPNER, - OREGON
left me with a frightful couch and
very weak. I had spells when 1 could
i hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 '
i minutes. My doctor could not help
;rae, but I was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.
50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Proving that a long career of con
sistent fighting for measures that
bring the state government closer to
the people, and also sends the name
of Oregon to the top of the column
In advanced legislation, the following
extract from the Portland Daily Jour
nal of Friday, February ,22, 1912, not
only endorses tile progressive poll
cies of Ren Selling which are now
laws on the statute books of Oregon,
but It also shows beyond question the
standing of this man among the peo-
pie and press of the state:
Senator Ben Selling has an
nounced his intention to con
test for the Republican nomina
tion for United States senator.
For a number of years the
political course of Mr. Selling
and The Journal have run along
much the same lines. Support
of progressive methods of gov
ernment in Oregon when they
were badly in need of support,
brought Mr. Selling and The
Journal on common ground.
When there was need of
Statement One candidates for
the legislature, they were not
always easy to find. There was
a time when most of the higher
ups of the Republican -party in
Oregon were, and some of them
etill are, against Statement One.
It was in such a time that Mr.
Selling was a welcome addition
to the forces that were striving
for direct election of senator,
and for elimination of disgrace
ful deadlocks at Salem.
Without at all entering into
the support of Mr. Selling's pres
ent candidacy, it is as little as
The Journal can do to thus ack
nowledge the aid Mr. Selling
has been to the cause of popu
lar government in Oregon, an
acknowledgment that, in fair
ness, is also due to Senator
BOURNE'S TAX $2.44;
NO REAL PROPERTY
Portland Journal Tells of Sena
tor's Tax Contribution.
Reputed Millionaire Pays $2.44
Help Defray Oregon's
It will be Interesting in the extreme
to every citizen of Oregon at this par
ticular time to know to what extent
the senior United States senator,
Jonathan Bourne, pays in the way of
taxes in Oregon. Here is a statement
from the Portland Journal of March
BOURNE'S TAXES $2.44;
NO REAL PROPERTY
The tax rolls of Multnomah
county show Jonathan Bourne,
Jr., senior senator from Oregon,
will pay $2.44 In taxes this year.
This Is on his personal proper
ty, which consists of office fur
niture in his office in the Cham
of Commerce building. This
furniture is assessed at $100.
No assessment-of real property
appears no the tax books. The
registration books show the sen
ator's home to be on the second
floor of the Portland hotel, but
the tax books do not show he
has any personal property there.
Portland Journal, March 3, 1912.
Yet Senator Bourne is reputed to be
worth fifteen milions of dollars ($15,-
He owns extensive interests in a
large cotton goods . manufacturing
plant on the Atlantic coast. Hence
his vote in the senate for a high tar
iff on cotton goods.
Senator Bourne has- been in Oregon,
so far as known to the public, but
three times since he was elected sen
ator over five years ago and has spent
in this state, so far as the public
knows, less than three weeks ia the
Does It seem reasonable that a man
can be familiar with the needs of a
state who gives it so little time, and
does it seem possible that a senator
can have the welfare of Oregon thor
oughly at heart whose fortune is in
the east and who contributes but $2.4-1
to taxes in the state from which he
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A graded Belgian stallion comine
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and 1700. Inquire of O. A. Devins,
Eggs for Setting.
Prize winning Anconas. Setting
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Horses For Sale.
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"Naturally, Een Selling would be
my choice for the United States sen
ate," said a prominent Portland Ger
man to a reporter for the Zeitung
He knows the people of Oregon, and
his interests are here in the state
He knows what the people of Oregon
need, and I don't believe there is
man alive better able to supply those
Right in line with that sentiment
is another, very generally expressed
to the effect that while Mr. Selling
has always been one of the most pro
gressive of citizens, insistent upon the
development of the state and the util
ization of all its resources, he is the
implacable foe of graft in all its forms.
Recognizing the fact that all public
expenses must be met from the pock
ets of the people, he stands firmly
against the waste of public money.
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
If you pun-haw th.- 'KV HOME you will
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Oregon has gone forward amazingly
in the past twenty years; and in
every st-'p of its progress Ben Selling
has been in the front rank of Oregon's
citizens. He has done his part. He
has borne his share of the burdens,
and discharged his share of the du
ties. He has asked no man to per
form his tasks.
The men who own homes, and the
men who pay in industry for the good
things of life, want to intrust their
public Interests to a man who has
always stood shoulder to shoulder
with them, who knows them and their
problems, and whose citizenship is of
the sturdy character which asks no
special favors from any one.
Our people know Ben Selling. They
BUSINESS MEN FG3 SENATOR
lave dealt with him for many years. ; ence of her institutiens can best be
He has been fair with them, and they ' preserved by the counsel of Ren Sel
can confidently trust him. N'achrica- , ling, a practical man. Catholic Sen-
ten,ji Portland German Newspaper. tloeL
Sentinel Says Time
Come For Action.
The time is passing or past when
oratory is the one essential for states
manship. More and more the country
recognizes the need of the business
man in politics, and the value of busi
ness men in office.
The substantial advancement of the
nation has been made very largely by
business men. And it is safe to say
that there would have been fewer bait
ings in, the. progress of the republic
if the fervid policies of men who
scorned commercial pursuits had been
tempered more with the calm judg
ment and the shrewd foresight of bus
Orefeon need's business men in its
councils. Oratory is a fine thing, and
there is a joyous thrill in brilliant
pictures of imaginative statesmen.
But states and nations have to deal
with conditions, and not altogether
Ben Selling is a successful business
man For nrty years ne nas been
profitably engaged In commercial pur
suits. Personal interests have not en
grossed all his time, and he has de
voted much of his life to activities
which make for the betterment of his
fellow citizens, the advancement of
the community. Never once has pub
lic enterprise or private friend lost
by following his advice. He has been
safe and sane In everything.
Development costs money, and the
price of public improvements must be
paid in cash whether it is the Pan
ama canal, or the forestry preserves
in Oregon. And every dollar of the
mighty expenditure comes from the
pockets ef the people. The citizens
provide the means, after all. There
fore, it is in the interests of the gen
eral public, of the average American,
that the selection of a business man
for the United States Senate is urged.
Therefore, it is in the cause of every
class that Ben Selling's election to
the Uinted States Senate is advocated
by his friends.
His long residence in Oregon makes
certain his acquaintance with the need
of the people of this state. His wide
experience in commercial and social
and business affairs makes sure that
he is perfectly equipped to secure the
measures that are needed for the gen
ii good. And every act of his life.
both public and private, gives guar
anty of good faith.
At no time, and in no conceivable
circumstances could the public ser
vice of business men be so necessary,
or prove so valuable.
Oregon's contribution to the history
of the nation is rlorious. The pros
perity of the state and the perman-
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