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THE BEND BULLETIN
"For every man a square deal, ni
l and no more."
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FRIDAY, JUNB 19, 90-
TUB RUI'UUUCAN PLATFORM.
The platform th.it undoubtcdl
will be adopted by the republican
national convention is a strong doc
ument. The planks tltulf have been
given to the public in advance of
the adoption of the real platform
arc on the whole satisfactory. They
stand for high ideals and just nun
s'ood lecislntion. The reason for
this is that the real framers of this
dralt of the platform are Roosevelt
and Taft, and these men stand for
high ideals not only in private life
hut in politics also. The platform
commends highly the fight Presi
dent Roosevelt has made for cleaner
and better covernmeut and against
special privilege enjoyed by the few
at the cxpennc of the many. It de
clares that the republican partv
stands steadfastly in favor of the
policies advocated by Roosevelt and
states that there shall be no stepping
backward to former conditions.
The tariff plank advocates itn-
I mediate revision by a special session
of congress following the iuaugura
tion of the next president, it reit
erates the party's faithfulness to the I
policy of protection, ana ueciarcs
tha.t Jruc protection demands only
such schedules as will equalize the
cost of production iu this and for
eign countries and still leave a fair
profit" for the American producer.
The platform binds the patty to a
stricter regulation of railroads, ad
vocates publicity of railroad ac
counts, and legislation that will
provide, for "federal restriction
gainst the over-issue of stocks and
bonds by interstate carriers;" in
other words, against watering of
stock. It favors extending federal
control of corporations and uses the
"It (the Sherman Uvr) has been a
wholesome instrument for good in the
hands of a wise and fearless administra
tion. But experience has shown tlut its
effectiveness can be strengthened and it
real objects better attained by such
annulments as will give to tne retierai
government greater supervision ana con
trol and the securing of publicity over
that class of interstate corporations hav-
ng power and opportunities to eilect
monopolies, and at the same time will
aot interitrc wlin tne existence 01 as
'lociationa anions? bniness men. farmers
j-'and w.'ge-earoeri so long as their con
lurt or operations result in a positive
reneiit to the pubHo."
The currency question is handled
by staging that the Aldrich-Vreeland
bill is enly a temporary measure
and by pledging the party to the
enactment of such legislation as
will provide n new and modern sys
tem, pf currency laws.
litis an easy matter for a party
in convention to draw up a vigorous
and able statement of policies: but
it is appareutly much more difficult
to get those policies enacted into
law when election is past and the
party controls the balance of power
in congress. During the next few
months the two great parties will
be telling the people what they
"propose" to do. The question is,
will they do it? The Grand Old
Party has a history of which it may
be proud; at the present it has a few
leaders, such as Roosevelt, Taft,
LaFollette and Hughes, that the
people can depend upon with the
assurance that their trust will not
be. betrjiycd. But the republican
forty needs a thorough houseclean
ne. 'i here. is. a clinue in power in
congress that should be cleaned out.
Aldrich. Elkujs, Cannon. Foraker.
JPairbaqks, Payne, and others of
that ill: should be retired and sent
io the tall timber. Then perhaps a
chief executive who is working for
the interests of the people could se
cure the passage of beneficial laws
without being forced to drive and
I wbfpj every such measure through
congress by sheer will power, and
the fqrce.itf his personality. The
republican jparty under Roosevelt
kas accomplished great eood, but
there has been too much opposition
from the fenders in congress.
However, the platfonn that will
be adopted will lie an able one, if it
follows the lines now indicated.
With Taft at the head of the
ticket the party should be given
four more years of power and on j
HON. WILLIAM H. TAFT
Just as TiiK IlULLKTiN R." to press a wire Itom Chlcigo tiring the news that Taft
was nominated for president by the Republican National Convention on the first
ballot with a vote of 702. Hallotlng for vice-president Mill li;lu today (I'ri'lavl.
opportunitv to continue the good
But let the Grund Old Patty
arouse itsdf and clean out the para
sites. Redmond's Side of the Story.
Redmond, June t;. Kditob
Thk Hknd HullktiS. Bend, Ore
gon. Dear Sir: In the 11 jue
of the Laidlaw Chronicle an article
appears on the frout page stating
that Redmond offers Seabury'
bonus; sum not enough On behalf
of Reoroond's .subscribers to said
fund I wish to state that Redmond
has made no effort to induce Mr
Seabury to abandon Laidlaw and
move to Redmond. That the peo
ple of Redmond did not .suggest a
bonus or name the amount it would
give Mr. Seabury to move the Laid
law Chronicle plant to Redmond
What Redmond did and will do is
this Mr Seabur calltd on some
of Redmond's merchants on June
1st and stated that if Redmond
would place a stat.-d amuunt in cash
in his hands within 10 days he
would remove the Chronicle plant
to Redmond, knowing this to be a
far better place from a newspaper
standpoint than Laidlaw, and would
change the name and issue the rst
edition within 30 days The result
was that within 15 minutes after a
subscription list was circulated, we
telephoned Mr. Seabury that we
had the.aniount asked for on hand
Mr. Seabury answered after a feu
days that he would' have , to have
$150 more if he came, and our re
ply was that we stood ready to
carrv out our agreement to the let
ter as suggested by him in his in
terview with us, but would not in
crease the amount.
H F Jonus,
For further particulars inquire at
Subscribe for THE MXUvTIN.
Pacific llcrte Liniment Is prrpared
tiprrsjly for (be needs of horunxn and
nacbmto. ljia powerful sod pene
Iratbif liniment, a remedy for emeriei
cles. A sootfiliif embrocation for the
reiki of paloand the best liniment for
sprains and soreness. Unequaled for
curuf Die wounds and Injuries ol
BARBED WIRE and for beallnr cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacific
Horse Llnisieqj h fully tutranieed.
No oner Js to ood or helpful in so many
all dealers to refund (be purchase price.
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Rhdmonp, June 14. The men nho
have been canvassing this tcrrilorv lately
selling buggies ami ImcVs must Iwve
sold a number of llicm. Robert Davis
of Staters patted here I'riday 011 hit way
lo Sbaniko and will bring back a load of
T.insley and wife of O'Ncil are
relatives in this neighborhood
received lately announce the
marriage at Casper, Wyoming, on June
3 of Miss Hmma
Itlias It. Nelson.
K. Johnson ami Mr.
At home at Caldwell,
Mr. Robert Olaw left here yesterday
morning with two teams 11 ml wagons for
Corvaltis. Mr. Hoisted was driving one
and was to pick up Mr. Uuggan before
going very far. The Utter two gentle
men will spend several months on the
other side of the mountains lcforc re
turning. Mr. and Mrs. Clmppell also
started yesterday ami they were all go
ing in company.
U'ord received ystcrday from J. It.
Lamb states that he was to start from
Lincoln, Nebraska, on the loth. He in
tended starting the 6th but could not on
account of washouts.
John Johnson had the misfortune to
have his mares ami colt get away. They
were gone for a week when lie got track
of them out in the Hear Iluttc neighbor
hood, and be was going for them ester
day. Mr. Hopkins and family left here
Tuesday for Klgln, this talr, where Mr.
II. experts to go to work 011 th6 railroad
Dall gatae this afternoon 011 the
home diamond with Lainonta for the
visiting team. Not being able to get
out we can't give the score. Later, score
7 to 5 iu Redmond's favor.
Meters. Xumwalt.nnd Oliller gave a
dance last night at the old saloon build
ing which they have titled up for bust
new. We Iwpe to sec them make. It a.
credit to the town.
Mrs. Park's condilion is somewhat im
proved again. She has been mttiug up
some outside enjoying the suir since
Friday. Recovery is very slow -though
and she is very weak. 1 r
Crops arc booming since the rain last
Monday and the ensuing warm weather,
I!. C. I'AKK.
Pleasant Ridge Items.
Local showers and warm weather have
been of much value to growing crops the
past week or ten days.
Not as many of the farmers were com
pelled to reseed in our community as,
were elsewhere, the ground having been
Irrigated before seeding and the grain in
; Sherwood Jlros, have sold oat their
I500 bushels of seed oats at 3C per ponnd,
and could have sold several Iruudred
bushels more hd they had it lo tell.
J. A. Cbatc Ji now engaged at ditch
Work at tile Lou Heed camp at f iwel!
llirttes. . 1
'-At tjie1 scuobT rne'etiiig' held Wonr
school housc'.on Monday evening, the
J5t, J. ArVoJbcri; Wta re-elected direct
or" dqdl'rofc ', Jv ThoihpVn elected1
clerk to succeed Col. Uclcher. After
this uiectluhad alljourncd d telephone
line WAstMggv.tcW Mid discussed lo be
built (niri tlu iVUnut KMgo vicinity to
Rtdm'iAfv 311 h'fumeVn Installation pliut.
'Mi-wl'tai llnlllian iiiadu uppliciitioii
for uir school the eiituiug year. Miss
Hall f grmlunte tit the Sxknne high
hcIumiI, mid vc feel iMiilldcnt ol her
ability as 11 suvrefu) teacher. We with
Iter sUcctM In liVr new uiidcrtiiV.itig.
MIm Isnliclle lliown of I.iililliUv wnsn
visitor in our vicinity week before Inst.
jMs, Win. illrdclluitl depart socii
&r tlje l)lles vthcrc Mie will take treat
iiiOnl lor heart trtiulitc. She will remain
iiAlrihiitely. We wish for her speedy
Aiitlmii AliUlroin has bet 11 nsxiiiutg
Win JohiiMiu wiih his inlgntlng Hie
State Kngilieer Lew is has Ik-i-ii lMing
iu our vicinity th it week, lie lm
been Inspectliig the Swallcy ditch prior
to the cvitiprttiy niakliig Us rliml priiof.
'Wedding bells have U-eu penliiig forth
their tuneful melodies as MW 1'niiict s
Hurader of Clluc I'ull.s and Mr. efc
. VooU'ig if rtruaMtil Ridge wete milt
ed in lioly wedKn-k Sunday Imt. Mi
Har.ider for th wt lew )ers h Ik-cii
a suvvesoful teaeier ill Crook eoiinty Mini
Mr Vosbtirg is 1 MicvcMfiit miig ran. h
er. We extend rougratulaiious and
Notes (rum Iluttc.
l"owHti. inTTK.s. June 17. The U.kct
MKlal at the Sllephcrd school house last
Saturday evening was a gieal succc.
We enjoyed a stunt program, .dtcr which
111c uvskct were ohl. There were Jo
liAskvts which Mild for 57.30. We 1-hA
In five dollars tin IciiiiiiibiIc and live
dollar donated, total 67.50. What is
the matter with l'owclt Ilutte people'
The Sunday school will purcliasc an
organ with the money.
School closcil Inst' Friday afternoon.
Miss Itarncs had a r.otnj program pre
pared for the lot day of school, which
was cnjoyeil by the jwirattU.
The ditch camp movd yesterday
They vtlll camp imi Doc. Jkne's place.
Mr. ami Mrs. Niswougcr Were at Red
itMnd jeslerday on buslueM.
A Mhool meeting was held at the
school Isouse last Monday afternoon
Olficers elected were C. 11. l'otr. IVk-.
IUiic, Dan Ilustett.
Miss Nellie Revnolds expects to spend
pari of the summer in I'riticville nt sum
James Turner and Clifford KUIa went
to I'rincvillc yetlcnlay oil business
The recent rains have done a great
deal of good. Crops are growing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. l'ulinsoil of the seaside
have moved 011 their ditch Unci just a
little west of the station. Their laud
joins the town site. They are busy get
ting their laud cleared.
Roslanp, Jotic ij. There will be a
dance at the Lumber Co.' new cook
Ikmist Saturday evening, June .Jo, and
everyone h tery cordially invited to at
tend. We nil expect to have a good
time and want to sec the other fellow en
Mr. ami Mr. Lara and party of Meml
arrived in Rutland Wednesday evening
and engaged Will llogue, of this place,
to take them on to Silver Iikc. They
went oil to W. ft. Howard's the same
Roslund hil ail exciting school elec
tion last Monday. Win. Dorrell was
eleetcd dfrcctor and Mrs. Sarah I'. Sly,
clerk. Hverjone turned out and every
one had something to say.
D. A. I'indley nml Wm. Hollitlgshwtd
left for I'rincvillc Tuesday morning.
O, T. Sly left for I'ritievrtlle Wednes
Mr. Hightowcr has reltii neil from hi
trip to Washington,
J. I', llogue is retorted being hn the
Genevieve and l'ay Howad,)cnt Sun
day and Monday with theli un-le, Jake
Water at HO Rut.
Ivan Hale has just, completed
drilling a well nt the Do'dson plac-,
pear Trail Crosiina, nn nbundana'
of water for all purposes having
been found at 80 feet. It was not
expected that water would be found
so soon, and the settlers of that
locality nre greatly pleased over
the success of the (killing. Mr.
Hale will drill other wells in that
district, and he has already quite a
lot of work ahead cf him iu t hat
Mrs. fi. L. Ilowen, of Voyne, W. Va.-j
writes: "I was a stiffcn-M fitim kidney
disease, so that at times .crMild not get
out of bed, and when I rfd isl could not
stand straight. I took V6,efo Kidney
Remedy. One dollar Iwjtl'k and port of
the second cured me ciitfr jly" l'oley'a
rwiunc ncuiciiy works v otnlers vviicru
otliern are a total failure , fj. W. Mer
Uli t V I
Bend-Sliaiiiko Livery & Sfttge Company
J, II. WI2NANDV, lrop.
V. I. Kellnyi AKnl, Shrtiilkii
Nc(( Covered StaiceA between Komi n.ul Slmnlko
, , 1 . ALSQ
l.lVcry mul I'ccil Studies ul Sliimlkb. Aliulrns nml Ucml.
Wu run our rics lo plonsu the public.
1 StoRus lenvo oncli way uvcry dny.
RIrs to nil parts of Control OrcRon. CurefUl (lilvors furnlthed
Spccicl-Attention Givon to Express and Btiggagc.
A Complete Stock ol
Rough, Surfaced nml Aloulilcil
All Widths, Unguis and Thicknesses
sssisiw i insfa !
INCH COMMON f '?
DIM HNS I ON J
SHIPLAP V-- '
RUSTIC "" ""
Reasonable "KADKU CKW.ISO Lumber
Prl,,, WINDOW jAMHS Dclbewd al
I'rlCCS WINDOW CASINO IbwCmI
(J00d HKAl) l.LOCKS Alllicrc 0.1
0. O. HASKIIOAR1) i ! ,
Grades STAIR TRHADS T?Cn ". ii
Dry WATI'.R TAHI.lt TncD. I. SI.
0. G. HAITI NS ?-?r
Stock MOULDINGS nicCJ.I.Co.
I. H. I). PATHNT ROOFING
CUSTOA FKUl) MILL IN CONNIICTION.J
4 The M. W. of Al
Bakery and Restaurant
SOUClTtt'THK 1'ATRONAOH OF TIIK ITHI.IC.
Hume Made 13 read for Sale
Also Pics, Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts and Hvcry
tiling in the Bakery Line.
Rcstauraiittwill nlvc meals at nil lioiir.i'Uilwccu 6 n, ti). rtud 10 p. tu.
Sunday DiPiNERS A specialIt.
WHEN IN BEND 'STOPAT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablp nlvays supplied Wills Hi
Neat nnd .Comfortable Kooma,
Aiiciipn Sale -
I hereby give notice that; on
Wednesday "Afternoon, July ist,
1908, I will fiell to the highest bid
der for cnuhVor for cash and with
bankable nottjj, my entire property
located in Secri. 6 and 7-16-1 1, con.
sisting of cr.!trvated irrigalcd farm
with buildings nud farm nuithliutry ,
hay add miscellaneous pcnsoual
I'll - '
0 halt Hint llio tovva affords.
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protwrty, all (n good condition.
Sale will be conducted by C. U.
OisL auctioneer, on the ))rciulse..
Dinner furnished nt I.cw McAllis
ter';! for 35c n plate. Iiriiuirc at
Gist poitoiHcc If you don't know
the, place ,
ti't'5 , KdAVjutj(. Gist, Or.
'.Caibou jvaper for sale nt The
Bulletin of Jcci 5c a oheet.