The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, October 02, 1908, Image 4

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j FRIDAY. OCTOHUR 2, tgoS.
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TMU OILUAKU HALL QUUSTI0N
k A few cmiiplniiits I nvo !
lodged with the !) ml city cmtm-i
against allowing the presence
(minors tn the billiard hulls, and
ugainst nllmvinn the halls the pnt
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JlCgC 111 Keeping ui.11 uii ouuu.ii
a respect to the presence of mium
in these places (f atnu.setiieiit,
must he borne hi mind that tl
council has 110 juriMiiction over ih
mutter under exi-tin laws. The
is no statute prohibiting the pra
ctice of minors in billiard and ink
halls whtn liquor is not sold in m:1
Section therewith Hence. li
fotiucil cab not act. and the-qtir
tion resolves ilsell into u matter fn
txircnls to handle.
I" If parents object to thcii box
I spending their time in the bulls
i, "Ihcn they should see to it that tl 1
If lioys do not frequent those place.
There is altogether too much in
.pliuationon the part of parents a
the present day to -slide onto tin
shoulders of the law the task ol
raising to manhood and woman
hood the children of the land. It
the time a boy is old enough to
play billiards he should hav
enough respect- for bis parents
wishes and orders to leave the bil
liard and tool tables alone if his
parents. so desire. On the other
hand, there arc parents who see no
harm in a quiet game of billiards or
pool, and some of them of good
standing have recently been seen
playing with their young sous in
the Bend halls.
, In The Bulletin's opinion some
parents of the town are very care
less and negligent in their duty. A
billiard hall is no place for a
jrouqgs.tcr ranging in age from
right to 15 years, for the simple
reason that a boy of that age should
be at home and not roaming the
ttreets at uight. The boy who has
tho.frcedom of the streets at all
hours of the- day and night and
especially of the uight invariably
habits that do him no
harm. The
best place for such youngsters after
jf o'clock p. m. is iu or around
their home. Assuredly, they should
sot be seen on the streets of the
town, as regular as night comes.
When parents have been so care
bss, they have no one to blame but
themselves if their boys grow up
into wild and sometimes worthless
young men. Personally The Bul
letin is opposed to allowing minors
and by all means boys below 15
years of age the run of the billiard
halls, but it is a matter for parents
to attend to.
' As regards closing the halls on
Sunday, The Bulletin thinks that
.would be all wrong. Men must
and will have some place of amuse
ment. If they can not find it 111
oue way, they will in auother, and
this paper sees no wrong done when
a man walks into a billiard hall and
engages in a quiet game iu a quiet
place; and Bend's halls at the pres
ent time are so conducted. The
man with a home and with domes
tic habits may not care for such
amusements, but to the mau who
has no home, who boards at a
hotel, or who spends six days of the
week at hard manual labor to such'
a mau the closing on Sunday of all
forms of amusement that appeal to
him would only cause him to think
of Suudoy as a long nnd tiresome
day. And nine times out of (en the.
dosing of a really inuoceut amuse
wieut will turn men to some sort of.
a pastime iv hundred times worse
Omit the one closed.
Thetc U n happy medium be
tween the extreme of lawlessness
and the extreme of Putitnnicnl
rUidncss,. Let us choose neither
the one nor the other, but, instead
keep as near the happy medium ns
it is poSMblo to do. You can not,
mm goodness down a mini's throat
with a poker.
AN ILLOUIC4L STAND.
It is tiyucrully conceded that
President Roosevelt, if he were
running lor re-election,, .would cas
tlv win with r tti mendous .majority.
There are some men who say they
have unbounded faith in the presi
dent nnd would gludly vqte for his
r I'Kition, jet thev are suspicious
of Taft and say they will not sup
port him. They evidently do not
p rcene how illogical that stand is.
President Rooevclt is working
with great earnestness for the dec
tion of Tall. He says that Taft, if
e ee'cd, will make our greatest
president, next to Washington and
Lincoln; that he will continue to
work out the policies that Roose
velt has fought for; that he will be
more successful with congress iu se
curing nettled legislation than
Roosevelt, himserf, has been; and
that all the high ideals and reform
measures Roosevelt Ins stood for
will be championed by the present
republican candidate. In short,
Tuft is a man after Roosevelt's own
heart and is Roosevelt's choice for
the presidency. How then can the
man who says he has unbounded
faith in Roosevelt's judgment and
sincerity, and who would vote for
his re-election, rclusc to support
Taft, when Taft is by long odds
the first choice of the president?
President Roosevelt says: "There
is but one way to preserve and per
petuate the great reforms which
have marked the management of
the affairs of the national govern-'
mem uuring tnc last seven years,
and that is by electing Mr. Taft."
Isn't it very, very illogical for a
professed Roosevelt supporter to re
fuse to vote for Talt under such
conditions? Better think it over.
Pleasant RMjro Hems.. , .
rr.its.NT RttxiK, Oct. 1 - Ivvcrylxjily
Is now luisy liArvcsltttg, nntl wo know s
great many field (ire ilnmgctl liy the
recent frosts Insomuch ns to make light
ginlii.
J. A. Voihcrg mm employed, with hi
harvester helping O. V. llfdHo harvest
his crop of vhoat.
.Misses ixiiiy ami I'ern mil are con
teiuplnting ntteiiiliug high rchool nt
llcnd the coming winter.
Ml Clam Wood has ijten NUg nt
her uncle Jack's in caring fur the thresh
ing crew the past week.
Henry Iteutus ha Wen euenitcd hr
the school txKinl of district No. 65, the
PtoASAtit Rhine dlftirlct, n teacher for
this winter. '
U. II. (.ockycar 1ms now improved o
much that he (j now nhic.to make n full
hand iu tho harvest field, which we arc
glad to note.'
Prof. J. A. Thompson ha received a
letter from Percy Pcnjumin of Vhmhlug,
Mich. Percy states that everything I
prosperous in hi native tutu, hut still
he has not quite given up the thought ol
nuking Oregon his future home.. Percy
will prntiahly bring n housekeeper the
net time he xcutures into Ontrut Ore
gon, ns he fully understand the incon
venience of lierclofotc.
Mrs. llUie- R. Riley nml Mr. M. J.
Morrison of llcnd Suuduycd with the
former' daughter, Mrs. R. A. Slier
wcod, and to pay their respect te the
wonderful grandson, t'ranci.
Word was just received last week that
Chad Irvlu' brother, Don, who weit p
southern Colorado a short time go for
improvement of hi health, N how il
cevted. The remain were taken to
Ohio for interment. Mi. Irvlu will
probably soon join Chad at hi farm in
this vicinity. We will all I very well
pleated to w clonic Mr. Irvili back
agaiu and we extend our heartfelt sym
pathy during tliee days of mhI bereave
ment. Lost. Strayed or Stolen Last Satur
day Shrwood Pro, hail a eovv and calf
stray away. Sunday mo mini: Pied
started iu search of them. He found the
calf Sunday cv cuing at Redmond ami
stayed with "it" until "it" reached
heme safely, but failed in his search to
find the cow. Anyone knowing the
whereabouts of the cow- please notify
I'red.
.acquires
good, but often much
Brvan says he did not know that
Haskel was a rascal. There are
those in Oklahoma who say that he
did know it. If. V. Jacobs, a prac
ticing attorney at Kingfisher and
formerly chairmen of the People's
Party organization in Oklahoma,
says: "Now Bryan knew all this
of Haskel, for I myself have in-
t 1 t ... .
lormcu mm anu especially in my J
open letters to Bryan, given to the
public 1IKPORK TUB CUKVKK CON
VENTION." So Bryan did know,
after all. And furthermore, Has
kel's rascality has-been a matter. of
court record for years.
Orcatly Admires Oregon Fir.
The Portland Commercial Club
finished its new buildinc with Ore-
gon or Douglas fir, and in' riddiiion
to this used this same' exquisitely
grauieu wooa in making some Iiih
class permanent furniture for its
main parlor NiriC out of ten vis
itors admire it more than they do
mahogany. During the visit of
Mr. Iv. II. Harritiiati he requested
that samples be sent him lor the
consideration of his architects who
are now building his country home,
which will probably be the finest
residence in America. Last Satur
day President B. I, Winchell of
the Rock Island system made a
visit to the Club and particularly
admired this same wood. lie cave
nonce to an oliicial of the Hdrri
man -lines who was present that if
tney didn't Hurry the Rock Island
would have the first dining car or
sleeper finished iu the chief wood of
the Pacific NortLwest of which
there is sufficient yet left to turn
out more and richer millionaires
than has the iron and steel district
of which Pittsburgh is the center.
Cow and Calf for Safe.
I have for sale a good milk cow
with spring calf, at my place six
miles northwest of Bend. Address
P. It. Itmsnoju'KK,
Bend, Orcgou,
Redmond Items.
RunupNU. Sept. 37. Kedmoners still
continue to come liack. It' just the
same as tlw birds flying south for the
winter. Reidde those mentioned last
week we Imvc the Drowns, who got hack
yesterday; Spencers, who have been
back for a week or more; and Chap)xjll,
who came back Mine time ngu. Mr.
Riders, caahier of the local bank, nUo
went onl to Shanfke for his wife ami
little owtf.
llsrrtv Mnlt-r and Mary Not tb rap,
both of Cline fall, were marrhnl there
on I'rfelay, Just tea Jones iwrforniln the
operation. J. r. I getttnr. to be a we-
ta'tst iu till line.
I'riciHl ol Dou Irvlu wrll be sorry to
hear of hi tlwitli, which took place al
Pueblo, Col., on the 15th inUut after
an unusually severe hemorrhage, which
greatly exhausted him. Ill 1111 tliur nc
coiuiMuled the remain to Dayton, Ohio,
and will piobalriy return here.
O. II. Long has left u fur time .hut
your reporter did riot learn his destina
tion. Ladies' Aid Social Oct. 9. Come out
and have a good time,;
A. It. Anderson liaa completed the
lent on his laud north of Tclherow Unite
and has gone wfth the boys back to Oak
land. H. C. Pamk.
New subscribers added to The
Bulletin list each week, You're next
Tunialo Itoni.
.YUMAM), Kept. 99. -The beautiful fall
Weather Is with 11 again.
. W. I'ihIIWc nml son llatl nte dinner
at Tunialo .Monday. Mn UHkc I tend-,
lug the C. 8. I. Co. hnidirate hut icprt
that lie will soon move hj hi hometend
on the Matolcs mid take up farming.
C. It, Allen of the Meadow slopped
here hut uittht on hi return fmm the
Vidley, vv here he took .Mrs. Allen anil I
daughter. They will reside at Coivnlll
this winter where Mlt Itthcl will attend
school.
1,. 11. Root started to Slmulkuoueday
lt uvek after Yiv-iglit for (5. W. Horner
oT I.idlnw.
Pour Umd of sheep taliinglng to R.
K. Hlnton of llake4vcu (momnI through
here thl week .returning from the na
tioiral forest where they have ticeu dur
ing the summer
J. 11. Kibvard nud daughter wl
inrongu ucie auiruay going 10 neim.
Mr. Scogglnsand Mr., J. l) ilntiu
stnpiieil over nl(ht al Tuflialo JalHrday
nfghl, returning from lleud. A it un
dAik thir team hleil out of the rnsd
nud ran Into a stump, bmikiug the
tongue and singletree, but luckily thev
held the hores and averted a Usui runa
way. W. I). Clark has jtttt fuiUhed Kitting
up hi I my crop 011 the Palmer plare j
O. W. Wtmer & Son ore coulemnlat
lug seeding about So ncie of ground till
fHto Scotih Pifc winter wheal. They
will jHtrchaie the clean seed from Je
Wit'dom at Culver. They have raked
thl wricty of whisit hrre define antl
have alway got a goal return In hay
ami grain from it.
Inkling nt (Hit.
OlW. Jsept. S Mr. .MeCauley of
Wasldngtou arrived heie a few day ago
to look after ld Interest iu tlieoe Mrt.
Mr. McCaulev hat a dert clalnt near
CM.
Cha. WIHy ami wife spent last week
In the Haystack country vMtlitg ulth
frlemla awl relaiive.
Postmattcr Oil and wife went to
Prlucvllle taut week oil hutiiie. They
stoppctl over at Redmond Saturday to
take iu the social hap. There wsm quite
a crowd out ami all seemed te have n
jolly good time.
Mr. nml Mrs. CIm. Carson spent Sun
day at Olst.
Mr. llurkliardland Henry Shuiuakcr
want to Prinevillc today a a wiinc for
Mr. MeCauley on hldeert claim.
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Bend-Shaniko Livery & Stage Company
J. II WI-.NNliY, Prop.
W l Kullev, ArmiiI, tthanlko
NeV
Covcrctl tititKcs between Uentl anil ShanlUo
ALSO
Livery mill I'c'cil Mnbles nt SlioniKo, iMntlrns nntl llcnd.
Wo rim our rigs to plunso the public,
Stagos leave onrli way uvury tiny,
Rigs lo nil pnrls ol Central Orugon. Cnroftil ilrivors furnlilieil
Special Attention Given to Express and bngRago.
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Complete Stuck til
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At (tend,
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All Widths, Lengths nntl Thlcknessew
Reasonable
Prices
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Dry
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MOULDINGS
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IMtNCK I'ICKKTS
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Dclitcrcd at
Low Cost
Anywhere on
The Lands of
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Co., or
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Uend Nursery.
Hardy si rid ncclittiatwl plants.
Send for analogue
261 f L D. Wiiirt, 1'iop.
Wliilc Leghorns.
Pri wiiinintj attain. A few
choice cockerelu for sale. $2 30.
W. II. Staati.
27-30 Heiid. Or.
If you are losing your sole have
it repaired by Legat, the shoe man
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F.vory dollar spent for palntlntr, f cootlnjf or rcplnclnff your roof In a
Money Patch that you ran avoid If you uso J-MAhiikbtou KOOFINO
whlch requires no coating or jialntinr to prcsorvo It.
, . wJ"M ASBESTOS ROOFING
is made 1 of Atbistoa, on 1 IrvdoatruetlWo mlnernl. Cannot rot or rUBt,
resists flro and Is not nfroctcil by Kaccfl, nclils, heat or cold. Ita first
cost la tho only coat. That ia why It la tho 'clioapest-per-ycar"
Hooflnj;. Lasily applied by iipyono. '
AsiitoTOSii.B la an Asbestos Bldlnpr for bulldlnjrs and tho
moat economical, durnblo and easily nunlk-d sidlinr known, x
Ante tar MfimiiiuM unit ui-Ioom,
H. W. Johns-Maixville Co.
576 1st Ave. S., SEAHLC, WASIIINQTON.
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CUSTOM I'lUll) MJI.l. IN CONNUCTION.J
APPLY TO
Central Oregon
Development Company
BEND, - OREOON'
mi
Jl'ST AKKIVHI)1
Camp Chairs and Stools
Reclining; Chairs
Hammocks
AND,
Cots
JUst the tiling for the porch or-lnwnj nnd
especially just the tiling for hot weather.
A LAKC.H MM'PI.Y Of
Lime and Cement
West's Furniture Store.
Central Oregon Realty Company
inncccsor toe. I). Iliowu ts. Co.)
BEND, - OREGON
DlfAI.IK.H IN AM, KINDS 01'
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
If We buy or sell yotir land no. matter where jtltiintccJ. Wo can sup
ply you with nuy cJasa 01 laud nt rtny time. Call 011 us or write for
fiirtlitr particulars,
When in bend stop at
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with ,6 best tliat lha Kvvn affords.
Neat nnd Comfortable Rooms. '. 7,NI). Oinmow
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