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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1908)
THE BEND BULLETIN
, "For every man a square ileal, no
less and no more,"
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-.. ..-. 11.5a
r Hi DAY, OCTOHHR 30. 1908.
WOULD IT HU WISUV
livery, voter, sltotilll bnkc, it n
jwitit to be nt the polls next Tues
day nnd cast hw ballot, mere
should bo ho apathy in regard to
this duty. Whenever a people arc
given the right to vote and deter
.nine the policies of a nation, they
should evince enough interest in
that privilege to fulfill its obligation
and cast their ballots whenever op
portunity is afforded. Some men
go so"jarA3,to advocate that failure
to vote should be made a crime.
That would probably be au extreme
measure, yet the right of the ballot
bestowed upon American citizens is
of inestimable value, and every
legal voter should exercise that
right next Tuesday.
I low are you going to mark your
ballot' .Will it be in favor of one
of tLs t. gTcat parties? Will it be
a vote for Taft and a continuation
pf those highly important policies
30 ably Gonsrneuceil uuder Rxse
veil? Will It be a vote for the
brainy republican candidate and a
onliguatjon of national prosperity
tui ds.-;topmenl? Will it be a
,-ote for Taft ind in faVor of a man
Who has devoted, th'e years of hi-.
manhood to most important and
dtffijcjuhwork that has been of
rcat YJie to the nation? Or will
you markyour ballot in favor of the
jTebrasJ:a.' puc who is untried in
uational work; one who shifts first
from one hobby to another, always
looking for a "paramount Issue"
by which to lift himself into the
White House; a ilian who has re
peatedly prophesied the utter ruin
of thP(Halion if his policies were
' $ot zdspted, and today the nation
stands greater and grander than
ver. In short, will your ballot be
marked for a broad-minded, fair
minded, brainy man who has been
of real . worth td his country and
ifolm kr .''rririfl root!" in evi
&ho hes i''cad rrood'
Jinn !ii I111 itnrlortitrpn or will it
f - .!... m . . a & . . .. "
T ' I
!je for an unstable) mouthy talker
, Dp.vQ;! yary fou.r years more of
prosperity, -crdo. ,yeu desire "a
change?" Is Central Oregon in a
position to experiment with a
'change;" with new, untried, vis-
ijary policies of the Bryan parent-
f? With a great development
0ist really to begin and with the
country iu hourly expectation of
The announcement of the beginning
of railroad consttuctiou, is Central
6regon ready to gamble on the out
borne and take the chance of trad
ijfg four years of prosperity and de-
I ttelopuieut for four years of hard
fej'. W"1 nlu a e'ay f a" develop-
rnenu we.tmui: not.
J If you are interested in the con
sumed advancement of Central Or-
felfi, you should,vate for Taft.
)0 VOli AI'1'ROIj'E..pP DUSINUSS
J5,'erbaps there are times when
'" ,u t'ct-1 that some of the busintss
"ieu pC Uejd are not progressive
,iough. Ingraiued in your nature
'jau admiratipn for the "hustler,"
Sofihc person who does" things
who improves whatever lie touches.
V'Vott admin; the merchant who, I
hi. brief space, take a moribund
ijore nud makes it glow with life
accredit to the city. VoU are sure
that, 'if we had more such men, the
" y would benefit amazingly.
'' A careful observer once noted
.he coiutideucc that most large
cuies were located oh Hit banks of
'iwrs. It is easily certain that
hiost large stores Unnpcu" to be
iu fact, aggressive ndvcrtlMhg is
the one infallible test of enterprise
in a merchant. It stamps him pro
grcwlvc alive wise. All other
"siiriis of life" abolit .1 store arc
(Misleading if a store Is not aggres
sively advertised. The merchant
This editorial is to urge all those
people who nii.ii;vit in progrcs
Mvcncss, in cnterptise, to be con
sistentto patronise the progres
sive and enterprising stores. The
safe test is the stored advertising.
You can buy .advertised things and
know that yoti arc helping to make
enterprise worth whiles and know,
too, that ydu arc saving money for
yourself. You can buy of the non
advertising merchant if you want
to encourage and reward non-pro-gressiveness
iu business, as well as
to run the risk of securing for your
self u very doubtful bargain. Pro
gressive people should patrouizc
Ifrom the number of "drunks"
that have been bothering people in
Hcnd during the past week or two,
it would seem that there is a good
opportunity here for Sheriff Iilkius
to do some good work. Somebody
is disposing of liquor, and whoever
it is should be attended to. The
prohibition law certainly will be n
failure if the citizens and officers do
uot insist upon its strict enforce
ment. Lives of great men all remind us,
We should for the people toil;
Stiek to pathways straight and
. . m.t.row;
Monkey not with Standard Oil.
Roosevelt's Tribute toTaft.
In a recent issue of Success Mag
azine appeared au article by a prom
inent writer giving an interview
the writer had had with President
Roosevelt in regard to Mr. Taft.
During the interview the president
paid a glowing tribute to Mr. Taft
as a man and a statesman. Ex
tracts from the interview follow:
"No man finht lunler when lie think
it U ueccuary; but he hates to fight mi
le It l necessary."
"1 sincerely believe th.it Taft will
nuke our crcatett president excepting.
of course, our two stalest, Washington
and Lincoln..' 1 1 -"Kndwinir
tint 'the cdhtesf with the
tcorporalicnj was to enrne over this !et;is-
t.llnn T..l.It..l T.I. I., nl.oiiin.ll .-.I .
rlatton. l visited laltltl utuciiinalt anil
. nK.Jk ii.w ink auwjvt ..vvi'.j ni.ii limit '
....if Iti.r. tlia il.t- .I...!., .ultli lit...
111 auvlce pro veil 10 be invaluable
Taft really hail a hand in that first fit-lit
:of mine for corporation control."
.(l'lcht for franchise Tax Dill when
IKooscvclt was jjovenior of New York.)
' "I wasilranu to him because he never
surrendered1 his high convictions and
yet lie KOtsloni'-well'wUIUlie people ot
less hiiili con tiWJ. rHiIrHnjt fat to
lofty iilcali, henev rtlielcssacconiulishrd
tilings much worth while. We hail. I
soon found, the same views of life. He
tlcipioed, as I did ami do the selG'h,
sordiil vleiv of life that rate everything
by the money standard. He could not
tolerate, any more than could I, the
stock-ticker attitude of mhii;the. mere
money-kini; seemed to him a poor crea
ture as he is. Greed, whether realized
or unrealized, seemed to hint poor and
squalid He never surrendered his con
viction and yet he worked succosfully
wilh men In public life belter than I
re but outward signs of the evil
done la secret by myriads of dan
Jrff jerms sapplnj the life bJoc4
of lbehalriJHIcro kills tbe par.
site, soothes the Itcbloz scab.
gives lustre to tbe hair and stops
it laiuof out. a suijie application
irlves relief aid proves its worth.
Save your balr before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
delightful dressing for tbe balr,
free from crease and sticky oils.
Ask yourdrufzlstforfree booklet
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C. S. Hudsoh writes from Canon
City to the ilend llbVary that on
account of his having, expected to
come to Ucud he had ordered nil
his magazines sent here, and as he
would be delayed iu coining at leait
"for the present," he would give
these magazines to the library if
the librarian desired to call for
them. Of course the ladies ate
only too clad to take advantage of
the ofier, and they appreciate Mr.
Hudson's action very much.
The forest service has begun the
construction of a telephone line
from Sisters to the Allitigham
ranch on the Matoles, a distance of
about iS miles. The line will be
completed in about two months
when connection will immediately
be made, according to General
Mauager Ovcrtutf, with the Pio
neer Telegraph vS: Telephone Com
pany's line at Siitcrs. This will
give long distance, service to the
ranchers living along the Matoles.
The survey for the new road be
tween Laidlaw and Dend was com
pleted Wednesday, and it is ex
pected that work on the road will
be commenced iu about two weeks.
This road wjjl be just .seven miles
long, or about three miles shorter
than the old route. A new bridge
will be built across the Deschutes
about a mile this side of Laid law.
Tbe new toad runs along close to
the river bank tbe entire distance
and the surveyors report that they
have fouud an excellent route with
no bad hills.
W. J. McOillvray and Wta. Per
guson were in town Monday after a
load of lumber for flume and bridge
work on the Arnold canal. Work,
on this canal has been going for
ward with pleasing progress dur
ing the summer, and the company
will soon have water flowing across
the Silver Lake road where said
canal crosses that toadabout five
Imilcs south; of town. Prom prc.v
lent indications and expectations
water will bi delivered next season
;to at least q part of the land that is
to be reclaimed by the Arnold
The entertainment given Tues
day evening by the DcMoss family
was a musical treat, atid they de
served a much better patronage
than was accorded them. Their
orchestra work was especially pleas
ing and demonstrated that they nrc
musicians of no mean ability. The
b;ll ringing, playing on musical
goblets, atid other features of the
program were receded by the atidi
etice with evident appreciation, but,
as stated before, tho best numbers
wcreahcir orchestri selections. ' If
the DeMosscs eve'r return to Uend
they should be Riven n"ftill house"
for they certainly deserve it.
l'oley s Hln(:7 rfinl Tor cures coughs
quickly, strengthen the luiius mid ox
pels colds. Get the genuine iu a yellow
piickaui'. C. W. Merrill, lriiKK't-
"CHANGE 01' COKI'OIUTK NAME."
The name of "The Ilaldwin I'arun," a
corporation, 1ms been duly changed to
"Ten Har Ranch" by the filing of supple
mentary articles of incorporation for
that purpoic in the office of the Sccrc-
, w, mau; vi knw lull, iiav ui wiiuivi, ,
1908, and in the office of the Ckrl. of I
1r 1. (,..a na 1ia alll. .I.... f Y1..I ... '
!Miiiuijii.ii .u.uii, uii 111c jyiu uuy ui
October, 1908; A. 1' H11.KS,
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C I Eivrow,
33-31 Ji.sK.5 Htuaiins,
3Tk your grocer for the 3 or 5 lb. cans. Thoy have the scrow tops with metal
handles Aro useful whem ompty.
the use of CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR
can bake delicious, hcnllliful food. I lib essential requirement lor pure
cookery is a pure Cream of Tartar baking powder.
The absolute nurilv nnd wholesomcncss of the incrcdicnts
E. A. SATHER.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ofl'lCi: IN IHNK 1IUII.PINO,
u. c. coeT m. b.
Physician and Surgeon
Ol'l'ICK OVItR DANK
nil Wflbt Cclcpbone Connection
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l'reclotui nnd Bcinl-l'rcclous Stones
Set mid leuelryofall kinds niule to
order ami Repaired. Work first clam
laoriIfi wt'li lulph BKiicr, lluUtllii
office, lit lid, or kuJ illietl lumtslAuUlor
HENRY L. WHlTSETr
Horse Shoeing and
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Loralnl ill tho old Sheldon shop.
lll'.ST WORK CL'AUANTI'.I'.I).
1'rlccs from 15c tofi.oo,
Leave saw s at 1'lue Tree Store.
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Hot Dsrtlculsr tbont locsllen
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of CLEVELAND'S insure the hcaltlifulness and superior
of your food. You can be
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J. It. WHNANDV, I'rop
New Covered Staprc
,'lf AUSO - , . I ,',
Livery mid Peed Slnblcs at Shnniko, AlmJras and Bend.
We run our rigs t6 cmq tho public.
Stages tetivc etch way every day.
Rigs to all parts of Conical Oregon. Careful drivers furnished
Special Attention Olveh to Express and Baggage.
number oiood, htibstatitial
Trunks and Suit Cases
at a price that is fair both to you and to iuc. If you arc plan
uitig 011 a trip, come in and look over what I have.
WIEN IN BEND STOP AT
THEmPILOT BUTTE INN
Table ftlrvsy luppllod l(Hio belt that tho lown nffordj.
Neat xuid Comfortable Rooms.
Life Insurance Company
Wcarl J00 SATISP1ED Policyholders In Crook County.
31 a P O. A1IIS0R,
S. C. CALDWELL
S Stage Company
between Bend nnd Slinhlko
"C "" '
ning to take a
If you nrc, you will want
to be properly equipped
with a traveler s parnplicr
nnlla. That means travel
iiif' baf, Milt cases, rips
nnd trunks. I have n full i
hue of these, nnd if you arc'
iu need of nny of them I
can supply your wants, A