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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1908)
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 190S
FOR COUNTY SUPURINTUNDUNT
J. I Blnnchard of Madras hn
tuinouuccd himself us n candidate
for tltt republican nomination of
county superintendent of school.
Last Saturday he was in Bend look
ing niter mailer political and meet
jngthc voters in a general way. Mr.
lilanchard will make it strung can
iltdalc. lie has had tnuch exper
ience in school work nnd is well
qualified to fill the office to which
he aspires. At present lie ts prin
cipal of the I'rincville public
schools, where bi work is
teaching nt I'rincville, he has n
lotnesteud near Madras. Speak
ing of his candidacy, the Madras
One ot the important county offices'' In
v liich the people of tlitsscctlon are espe
riallvintcretcdtllut of county super! n
endciitof sehnoH, nhkh offict K to lie
fllctl at the June election. Prof. J. I'
Hlnnclunl of Madras ha stcWed to the
urgent demands of hi fricmN through
ut the county, and bus announced lit
candicacy for'that office, subject to thr
approval of the republican voter of the
rounty at Uie April primaries. .
1'ro ntanchard is at present principal
-f th J'nneville public schools, which
position lie it filling in a molt crcillUMt
manner He was formerly a techr
n the McthudUt Hill school. In the
' icniian settlement where he lw a home-
-'.taI. ami he enjoys the confidence and
esteem of the ncutile of that locality in a
marked degree. He has a life diploma
as a Affile in mil state, ami ts in every
way ijyslificd to have charge of the edu--at'iM
nlercsts of the county. tlb . '
reawt. of ln mental equipment fr the
Tier, and because of hu loiij: eKDcriencr
is a teacher. His friends tW-mgligut
ihc count are endorsing lii e indidacy
very Heartily, ami tlie noneer bespeaks
(or him the solid support of this section.
It was a comical and laughable
affair to sec how our friend, Kirk
"Whited of Laidlaw, labored 0
lierociully and valiantly in an article
in last week's Pnueville Journal, to
prove that the meeting of republi
cans at Redmond was a deep, dark,
I ad and secret gathering, the oL
.ect ol which was to concoct dire
things against Prineville. And
those naughty politicians wrote out
a full report of the minutes of tbc
meeting and sent them to all tbc
papers in tlie county, q
An Unjust Conviction.
John II. Hall. cx-U. S. district
attorney, lias bicn convicted of
conspiracy to illegally fence govern
ment lands, lint thoughtful and
fair minded readersof the tcstimon)
brought out at the trail are sur
prised not only that a verdict ol
guilty should have been rendered
but that an indictment could have
The trial court went a long wa
in the admission of .testimony of I
other transactions not connected
with the offence charged in the in
dictment, which tbc prosecution al
leged allowed Hall's inaction in
d,thcf cases.'' The theory being that
the jury might infer the conspiracy
from mere inaction oil Hall's part.
This theory if it is sustained by the
ippellate cdtigs, would deprive a
prosecuting" officer of any official
discretion, aud make it possible for
h jury Jo determine what cases he
should' prosecute; aud it would sub
ject, him 1o iudictmeut for con
spiracy witbtrVery malefactor whom
he failed lo prosecute, no matter
whether his 'excuse was press pf
dther business, or insufficient in
formation upon which to begin
It will sUike tjnl' averai person
that thcj-TOsecution is adopting ex
treme Vueatnifps 'to .secure 'con vie
tion"in a cas' '.or tb'is kifiL' and it
rcniaind td' Wfeeei wifcther this
'ntest victory of the redoubtable i
' y.i , ' . ' 1
Hcncy will hot meet the same fate
as the Williamson case.
It would appear that Mr. Hall
has bceu a victim to popular senti
ment, fostered among the unthink-
l ing, by wholesale ctiorgcs 01 irauu
by sensational newspaper and
magazine writers, which condemns
as soou as accusation is made;
which infers, not reasons; and sus
pects, not reflects Time will cure
thN unreasoning and unreasonable
mental attitude in this class of
cases oud the same proof beyond
reasonable doubt will be required.
1. C 1U
Users' Association Will
formed at Rodmond.
There will Ik a meeting held at
Redmond on'Tttcsday, Pcb. 25, at
which it is desired all settlers in
that section will lie present. The
object ot the meeting is to organize
a Water Users' Association. There
is much good work that an associa
tion of this kind can do and the
people at Redmond and vicinity in
tend to get into the harness and sec
what they can accomplwli. Ihc
pniain.il purpose of the organisa
tion will be to attend to matters of
a public nature that effect the wcl
ure of the members of the associa
tion. Other fields of work will be
alone the same lines as that of a
dexelopmenl club and it is planned
to hve this association do what it
i-4ti to udvertise and develop Red
mond and the Redmond section.
It is especially desired that ull the
cttlcrs take a hand in tbe work,
and for that reason a large attend
ance is desired.
Remember the day and dat
Tuesday, Feb. 15.
A. M. DRAKE WRITES.
(Continued from page I.)
vantage over uh for cheap construction.
though w-nae lumber wlilcn they ucic.
I hare fonmi a nuntlier of vegetable
in um: here which I am Mtitfied would
be of great value about Mend ami I bo
llevc would thrive in our climate. I will
investigate ami rend scots luck for a
We have come OTer to Capri where it
is cleaner and air wrcr. to spend a
while until Mrs iJrnke gets stronger.
She is gaining nicely but not w ry strong
M yet. The pwee i enchanting and we
like ft very much. Uut Wis letter Is grt
ling too foiiu' and I will reserve till
another time. With best regards to all.
A. M. Dkakk.
By mutual cousent the under
signed has been apX)intcd receiver
for White & Hill All parties liav
iiik bills against the above firm
pleuie preenf accounts due the
firm muU be paid at once
F O Minor.
eipressly for tbe needs of horsemen and
ranchmen. Il is a powerful acd pece
irxllnx liniment, a remedy for emcrtea
cits. A sootMiif embrocation for the
relief ol pain, and tbe best liniment for
sprains and soreness. " Uncqualed for
carter tbe wounds and Injuries ol
QAKUED WIRE and U healinz cuts,
abrasions, tores and bruises, i'acilic
Horse Unlment is fully fuiranteed.
No other is so zood or helpful in so many
nays. f it fills to satisly, w e authorize
411 dealers to refund the purchase price.
i in usc scrrus tint et t
Korr CutMiCAt. Co.,
4 Kflr I
A rifllxhlfitl Z.tqultt Fat i'turrfcr.
mjiurrs ,i rnro totlnett. ttufv uia.I
tlflrty to th thin. Jtltltroxh Int
rfilMcrlr It n perfect aid to btnuty.
rttlralnlng rnrajrea of a, ul.i
anil ttm: Xttmlnntet tan, tunttum,
(.. tnllKwnttt nnil ImprrfVc.
(Ion of th ikin, Poitrittt n tf afary
tllnjing mtlmr srctuid-aly 41 0 ou'ii.
prick so eta Doom,
1 P3RTIAND, onr
lor District Attorney.
To the Republican Voters ot the Seciith
I desire the nomination at your hand
to tlie oiuee- 01 District Attorney aim win
appreciate your votes at the coining pri
mary election if jou deem 1110 worthy of
. W. r. Mvnns, Uidlaw, Or.
Tor Couuty Judge.
To the Republican Voters of Crook
I hereby auiiounce mvself a candidate
for the office of couuty judge,, subject to
the action of the republican oicra at the
U. C. Hums, item!, Or.
For County School Superintendent.
I hereby announce tint I will be a cm
didatc for county school superintendent
of Crook county subjeet to tlie action of
the republican voter in the primary
M. A. I.KHMAN, O'Xcil, Or.
Tor District Attorney.
Subject to the approval of the voter
of Crook and Wasco counties, mv candi
dacy for the republican nomination for
district attorney of the Seventh Judicial
Ulstrlct at the coming primaries, ts an
nounced. If nominated and elected 1
shall endeavor to faithfully discharge the
duties of the office as provided by law.
l'liuu v. wilso, 111c uancs, ur.
For Joint Representative.
To the Republicans of Klama'th, Lake,
Crook and Grant Counties
I wish to inform the republicans of
Kurnain, J.ahc, crook ami lirani coun
ties, constituting the Tnrlity-l'lrst Rep
resentative District of Oragon, that my
mute will be presented for our consid
eration at the primary election to be held
April 17, I'jfeH, asking your snlfrage for
selection as one of the rcpublicun nomi
nee fur joint representative in Mid dis
trict, to be balloted for 011 June 1, 190S.
f;-4t7 II. A. IlriATT.MN-,
For County School Superintendent.
To the voters of Crook County
I hereby unnouuee myself u candidate
for nomination, on the republican
ticket, to tha office nf county school
suwrintetid8iit. Vottr suprmrt at the
prlmarios, April 17th, will 1 truly
appreciated. Siucvrely joura.
J. 1'. HUJiCllAkI).
Tor County Surveyor.
To the Voter1 of Crook County:
I hereby announce trslf a candidate
for nomination, cm the rrpubliean tieVct,
to the offlce of eouTlty surveyor. I re
spectfully solicit yiRir sHi)iort at the
primariaa on April 17.
Card of Thanks.
In behalf of myself and children
I wish to esprit? my thanks and
Appreciation to the good people of
Hend for their kindness mid sym
pathy extended to us in the loss of
our dear wife and mother.
Ouo. II. Hhkm.v.
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Public Pay Stations
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law and I'owcll Jluttcs.
Messenger service to any part of
Crook County couth of Crooked
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A 3uk akin Ucoinei faiciiallne
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land and say. s. , ' ,'
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to reach tlie ieoiilc nini I am
,wcll pleased with results.';
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knows how' t,o write nti aiOiqntl
uses the pr6x;r paper in illicit tp
nriescnt hli arguments. The'ndvcf
tt'ert mentioned above nayi Tlie
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wpeuks from, ejerleiice. A woid
to the wise is suffiiiciit.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
oi'i'tcK in nv.sit nuit.tMNii,
W. P. A1YERS .
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I'mctlre In all Courts and I)r)siittiiont
u( the Interior,
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