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THE BEND BULLETIN
I "For every man a square deal,
(ess mid no more."
CHARMtS I). ROW1J.
1 , v 'InrtriaMr In di
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 14
- yiiu pa4ja.mou.nt issuu.
, 'here isjfvidwitly goiuR.to be
ivonJrftjl tirrioR of (lend bones in
(he United States senate. And a
few of those honored senators who
have been representing everything
but the people, arc going to be re
ared to the joys of the simple life;
they arc going to be sent home to
stay. In fact, this movement is
already under way. Joseph I.
Ikistow has defeated Senator Ches
ter I. Long of Kansas. Uristow is
the man who unearthed the postal
frauds .1 few yer$ ago in the post-
office department. He stands stead
lastly for good government. Long
is known-., a corporation senator.
&cuator Allison of Iowa has just
closed his long public career in
answer to the call of death. While
the senator has always had a cleau
reputation aud has kept himself
free from the suspicious and dirty
tricks of the average politician, yet
Sue bos been one of the most pro
nounced standpatters aud has in
variably stood with that faction of
kis party which sided with the
privileged interests. The senator
belonged to the old school. Appar
ently he was not in sympathy with
the late movement in political life
fed by Roosevelt, Lal'ollctte, Hughes
and Folk. Senator Allison will be
succeeded undoubtedly by Gov
Cummins, a stalwart man, a pro
gressive reformer, and one who
stands for just laws. It is hoped
that able men will be chosen to
represent New York in the place of
the senile, corruot and disgusting
Piatt and Depew.
And one of the most pleasing
features of this apparent house
cleaning of the senate is the fact
that it is very probable Governor
Folk of 'Missouri will succeed Sena
tor William J. Stone. The nation
is acquainted with Folk. He was
one of the first to take up the fight
of recent years against corruption
and graft iu public life. And he
has always won. Governor Folk
is one of the men to whom the na
tion can point with pride. It is to
be sincerely hoped that Missouri
will send him to the senate and will
retire Stone, who has the reputa
tion of being one of those senators
who were elected simply to repre
sent the corporations.
Yes, there is going to be a house
cleaning in the senate. The voters
are disgusted with the tactics and
records of many of the men who
now occupy scats in that body. It
is a hopeful iign, an indication
that there is enough virile strength
and energy in the nation to purge
itself of a clique of corrupt law
makers, even when those same cor
ruptiouists have succeeded in get
ting control of the lawmaking
branch of the government. Let
the good work go on, aud let other
honest men be elected to succeed
such as Aldrich, Klkius, Paine,
Fairbanks, Foraker, and others of
state will do well to elect such
man to the senate. If the republi-
no can incumbent is known ns n cor-
rnptionist, if he stands brnxenty
and openly for those moneyed in
terests that are constantly seeking
special privileges to the hatm of the
ft.ya 1 nation, 11 in snuri 11c miNtjiu-K-uis
the people, then any state will do
well to ictire such a man and elect
an honest democrat iu his place.
The old-time clinging to twrty is
dead. The voters of the nation
will no longer respond to the crv,
"Stand by your party," "Don't
be a deserter," "Do net betray the
grand old party," aud such trash.
What they demand now -are clean
and upright men to represent them.
If they can not flud them iu their
own party tuev will turn to ome
other party if that party is so fortu
nate as to have such a candidate.
Aud the result will be that the na
tion will be better governed.
What true American would not
rather have such men iu the scuate
as Folk of Missouri, Johnson of
Minnesota, aud Chamberlain of
Oregon rail democrats in the
place of Klkitts, Aldrich, Foraker,
Piatt, Depew aud others of that
stripe. Folk, Johnson aud Cham
berlain would represent the people
The othtrs are notorious for the
records they have made iu repre
senting the corporations. And jet
according to the waitings of some
republican papers, it would be a
siu aud a trrime to elect a good
democrat in the place of a corrupt
republican. Why, you know, the
democrat's party principles are not
sound. The corrupt republican
party principles may be sound
enough but he forgets them so
easily waen it comes to voting in
M I dent farmer who is acquainted witli
.summer fallow methods tu W,li
mgiou says that field will never Ik
cleaned of the weeds until it i
thoroughly summer fallowed for .1
season One nutuier in ut.. h tin
weeds steal a march on ilu ,mt 1
fainter is the fact that ihe cim
their sd much mHiticr tli.tn is 1 n
endly supposed. Hence tlie sliou!
be fought with vigor, rU-ur.i-d win
when young and not allowed to p
tu seed. The weed nuiatke i
quite a serious problem in ..out'
sections of the West. Far tin is n
the Hetid country should le ott tin
alert and not let them get a foot
iug here. Keep the fence cornets
and unused land free from weeds.
fyitu wo iw.ikm. A ttuitilil
lufcka ui our ttmAiitul ciuiuuitrr
rilic comaim su;s.,rJ5MJ2:
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The tiatuiual forest officials should i u sl i,s Tllc Optimist has nl
wavs sum. tno opinion iiiig taken
front "The Old Man's" experience
the denuKrut'C wrty always gts
be highlv commeuded fur the tiiau
ner in which they have been fight
ing the forest fires of the past two
right on all ipiesHotii after the re
weeks. Not only have tliey fought publicans have proven them correct
the fires that were bmniue iu kuv- "m" ""v "'" onaml taken up
rntmnt limhr. 1.... tl,..vl.v .In,,- oilier issues ami question
all in their jtovver, aud have, em-
party of today
wliere the re
ploveilmen aud spent much money publican twrtv stood 50 years ago.
to conquer tlte fires that wert burn-las witness the plank in the late
ihp in tirivatH timU.r. Th.i- v...-1 platform proiniihiaUd at Denver.
, . , . ..... . . I We refer to the one flet
sii.iwu n v.iiiiiuciiiinuic .sjniu, iwve
saved much valuable property, and
have done good work. The forest
service is a good thing.
Cured Hay Fevur am) Summtr Ookl
A. S. Nul,auni. ilatrMtllr, In itnt.
writ.-. "I.at yrar I u1fvrv lorlhirr
tuoalh th a tumtwr euM o .litic,v
inn Uift it iiitctfcrtvtl Hitti my bu.incu.
t h.wt friNy of the ymMtiuu( hoy (ever
itul a .loctor mrcritlUn lnt not teach
my ciavc, rni.I I t.k wvcwl Mfsltctne
whicl. ms?ii.I onlv to KxrvMr it l-'o--tuuaK'ly
I itML'.l tiix.ii haviuic l'olr)'
liotity ili.l Tar It qui.-Kh . re' Hie
Mr hi h iner um-1 I''olc llnii.-v
iinl Tir Kith the umc niv.c C W.
LADIKS' You should h..vc
your calling car.!s printed ut The
nullettn oftice. The latest stilt.-
There is one issue before the na
tion today that is paramount to all
others. It is not the question cf
protective tariff or free trade, tt is
not whether we shall retain the
Philippines or give them their in
dependence; it is not the question
of free coinage of silver at the sacred
ratio of 16 to 1; nor is it the Wis
dom or unwisdom of a large navy
The one issue of paramouut im
portance is whether the nation shall
continue to stand by the reforms
inaugurated by Roosevelt whether
it shall demand honest and iust
laws; whether it shall be
ruled by the people or whether it
shall fall into the hands of a plu
tocracy; whether it shall be a gov
ernment for and by the people, or
tor anu by a lavoretl few. That is
the issue in which the American
people arc most interested arid on
that issue they will elect their law
makers, If the republican 'party
can not produce a candidste in
sympathy with this issue, then a
democrat will be elected. The
question will not be what is a man's
party, but rather what sort of a
man is he.
At the present the nation needs
men of integrity. Whether they
are republicans or democrats is of
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aeekiuc to com
memnrate the tooth Hiiuivetsary of
I.iucolu's death' Lincoln, the man
kitted, muidcrcd by that rty, the
man who receiveil more abuse from
the democrats than auy iiihii who
ever lived! During tlte war he was
a "butcher," a"traiit, Vkuave,"
he "trampled the constitution un
der his feet" ami was "leading his
country nil to anarchy, disaster,
ruin and oblivion!" And now the
saute old twrtv, and some of the
( very same men. are pr.titing linn us
one of the great men of the world'
Is it possible that such cheap
claptrap, six It absolute contempt
ami .ibandnniiunl ot their old iews,
will .ais.Ii oUs We ver much
ilout.t that otcrs will be loo let 1 by
sm.lt cheap trickery.
TCMPCRANCE liKUW '
"T ttsi-il to tliiuk a
niliiitf Iit'T tMiulil
not In; Hindi lint
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truiM-ratiLc ilriiil. taii il
For Salt by
A Complete Stock of
Should a republican state elect a
democrat to the seuate? That is a
questiou that is mightily worrying
a large number of editors and poli
ticians of Oregon. They are mak
ing a mountain out of a mole hill.
Should 1 republican state elect a
democrat to the seuate? That de
pends. If by so doing a state can
secure a man of proper calibre, one
Attention, Asthma Suffereril
Foley's Ilonev and Tar uill i-Iie tm.
mediate relief to aithma sufferer and
has cured iqany cases tluttljad refused
to yield t other treatment, l'olev'a
.- .. .. . .
iiouey annuaris tue rrJt remedy loci
cougus, ro's ami all throat and lung
trouble, fsntafm tm lirmf-.l ,lnif,c.a
iateresU of the nation, then any c. W, Mer.ill, Druggist.
of undoubted integrity, and one
who will always stand for the best
Farmers in the Bend country
should begin to fight the. weeds.
Taken in time they can be easily
controlled, and now is the time for
this section. There afe several
species of weeds that grow amaz
ingly well here. One of these is
the common pig weed. It multl
plies with great rapidity and, when
given a chance through careless
ness or indifference, soon becomes a
pest. There is 0$; field not far
from Bend that has been poorly
tended in which the pig weeds have
taken entire possession. A resi-
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
Always carried in stock. I have, all sizes of the following
INCH COMMON IIKAD BLOCKS
DIMENSION O. G. IIASKUOAKDS
KUSTIC STAIR .TjtfjlVDS
SHIl'I.AP WATIJR TA.Br:
T. & G. FLOORING O. G. HATTINS
WINDOW CASING MOULDINGS
WINDOW JAMBS FKNCIJ I'ICKKTS
LATHS FOR IRNMATINO SPOUTS
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUV ELSEWHERE,
f CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
X S. WILLIAMS
,- 'AT Till: II1C.VKV UNSTICK STAND
BEND, - - OREGON
. . Office wltli the Central Oregon RcaltyCoi "TMl
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W. P. KellKy, Agwiit. aiit'lso
Now Covered SUircs between I5entl ftml ShauiUo
Livery ami Peed Stithies nl SliimiU, Ahttlnifi 21 tut llcml.
We run our rigs lo pltutae thu public,
Stngos lonvo rch way overy tiny.
Rigs to All parts of Coutrul Orogon. Cum ful tlrlvurs fiin.it.1 . .1
Special Attention Given to Express nnd Bnggago.
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A Complete Stock of 8
Rough, Stir faced nntl .Moulded
All Widths, Lengths nnd ThickuuMcs
SI II FLAP
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BEND, - ORI-QON1
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Camp Chairs and Stools
.JU3t the thins 'for the porch or lawn, and
especially just the thing for hot weather.
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Lime and Cemeht
West's Furniture Store.
Central Oregon Realty Company
BEND, .. OREGON
nAi.F.n.' ik am. kind.1 or
Central Qxeon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
1 We buy or sell your !afl,K matt :r where alttiated. We can sup
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further particulars. rV'
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