The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, February 06, 1913, Image 1

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    Redmond
Spokesman
P u b lish ed a t th e “ H ub C ity ” o f C e n tra l O reg o n
V O L 3.
No. 81
KKDMOND, CROOK COUNTY. OKKOON. THURSDAY, FE B R U A R Y 6 , 1918
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.Intona of i.inrkrtlu« (ho farmor «ola
about 40 p»r .-»ni of Iho prl.-o thal
tho rouauiiior paya for fam i produrla
ih » mlddlomon « » t tho balano« li
la ofton limi Uro foriti produci paaaoa
Dirou«h Ora banda bofur« rourhln«
tho rouaumor
" T h » naturai Inforon.-« la that thla
woiild radura Ilio roal of llvtii«, bui
»•■ do noi llk » to mako auy proinlaoa
In limi .llro.-tl.in. bornua» our oh Jori
la oalonalbly lo b»n»nt III» farmor.
ll» « ..» o r , « o aro alaaya «lad lo
inool Iho ronauiuor and th » noaror
« » ran «ot io ih » ronauiuor ih » hot
t»r II « III uaiurally ho for ronauiuor
and produrar.
"Tho «roal lo«« lo ih » farmor In
Kotlln« hta produra ou tho mark.-l la
Ilio «u ni of a brand or lab»|, and In
additino to thla. produco «houli! bo
proporly «ra d ».!
Tho aoiloty « I I I
alami for au abaolutoly unitomi
«rad ».
li l >na|Milla. Imi , la I h » lt»a>|i|tiar
f Iho aorloljr. bui Mr r u l l i l i «
l..-»n In P or tla n d for a » . r i a l
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"Th o Partner»' Horloty o f K<|ulty
uhm. for Iho lira! limo. I h » aya la puroly a niarkot ayatom. and a»,-ka
• aa lulrod urod In tho l ’ a< Iflr tu brio« about. lhrou«h prarltral
fi. fintai.Hai. I anneri«-«
f i . | lai! la Itila aat.l Mr r u ttiti*
r olii oalabllah «arehuuaoa. ran
Ira driora. pro aorvtn« « » r k a . and
0n io l a k » raro o f I h » aurplua of
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« I l i lako II frout Iho farm or and
li io tho marhol. « h o l h o r I. m al,
ylalao or for olan Tho «a ro h o u a o
lako raro o f tho atork on hand,
i h » r a n n e r i«« . drlora and olhor
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Ina Tho rannorloa « I I I I h » locai-
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Itami « I I I Juatlfy. aa « o b o l l o . » In
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Tho pmpoaltlon
« I I I bo flnance.l
au inalilo atork rom pa ny , and to
In «U h « o « I I I prubabty Im a »
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pii Inc»» In tho alalo « I I I hr rr
'<) tu a minimum, or at leant that
hr intention. If a bill Introduced
r ha tor Smith o f Joaephlne. la ell
rommunlty and nailonal roo|M.ratlon
Ih » ultimato aurroaa of every llidl-
» blual far mar ld»ritlf)od «Ith II II la
nailonal In »»tipo, and atrletly elec-
t l . » In «orornmont
"M urlt la bolli« aald and dono
throiiKhuut tho lon«th and broadth
of Ih » land to.lay In an offort to holp
Iho pfoduror. and alra n «» aa It nmy
aooui. nmai of thla offorl la tulaplar-
od. ihorofor» b rln «ln « U lti» or no ro­
ani t Tho aurroaa of tho farmor dooa
noi il.-pond upob h o « inurli ho ralaoa
l>»r arra, bui upon h o» murh munoy
ho rralltoa upon tho «alo o f tho rrop
o f that arto
Monoy ami not lnr«o
rropa la thu muaauro o f aurroaa lu
tarm ili«
Mako II profllablo for Ih«
farmor to « r o * h i« rro|ia of fino pro­
duco and lo- « III « r o « thom and tako
prld» in It. and ho « I I I «tuy un th»
fami, and hla rhlldroii and hi» rhlld-
ron'a ■ hll.lron « I I I «lay on tho fam i
and Irò proud of tho prof.-aalon of
farm lu«. and umny « h o aro In tho
rlty loday « I I I raat tholr oyoa u|M>n
th» open .-ounlry and fo llo » tho Uno
of tholr «aro to lako up Ilio profoaa-
lon of farm ln«, li It la mado to pay.
and tho 'back to Ilio farm ‘ problom
« III ho aolvod
Tho tniprovomont o f
»orlai and othor rondili.ma of raral
Ufo « I I I alati ba aolvod.”
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4'O -O PKIIATIVK
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l«a»t Saturday aftornoon a nioet-
I hk of all th« dalrymon lutorvatod In
fortnln« n co-operative rraamery aa
aorlatlon waa hold In Khret'a hall.
Hopr.-aontatlvo» from dlfToront parta
of tho county woro pr.-a.-m and murh
InIt-r»at «a a takan In tho moatlu«.
J. W. Ilr.-wor o f tbla rlty, waa
«lot-t«d chairman, and aftar noun*
dlaruaalon aa to tha purpobo o f the
in o«lIn « and the creamery altuatlon
In thla »«ctlon of th « rounty, a rom-
mlttaa. with power to appoint aub-
rom m llt..«» to look after tho propo-
■lllon w u elortail aa follow »:
C. II Poster, I'owall llutte.
(I. A. Ilrady, Hodruond.
Kvlaon Atklnaon, Kedmoud.
T h « duty o f the c o m m it!»«« la to
aollclt «lock
for a ro operative
creamery aaaorlatlon to em brere thla
entire aartlon, aarertelu the number
of cow» that ran be obtained, and
feel out th« aentlmont In re«ard to
bavin« tit.« la r « « ro-oporatlvo uaao
rlallon, thua doln« away with throe
or four email rroamertea located at
different place« In a »mull territory.
It la pointed out that one la r«e co­
operative rraamery «o u ld be a pay-
In« prupoaltlon. wheraaa with the oa-
tabllahraont of three or four Inde­
pendent concerns, none o f them
would pay
The above committee la exported
to he ready to report pro«raaa at an
early date.
1‘ltTATOICH
FEW D O LLARS deposited in the bank
to open a bank account does not seem much,
but by continually adding thereto the result
will be eminently satisfactory in the end.
While the present may look bright none
know when the sky will be overcast, and it is
the duty of the wise man to prepare for the
future.
Open an account today with the
Redmond
Bank of Commerce
and see what a few dimes saved eack week
will amount to in a year.
tlH-l IN DKMAND
I u liforn ta M ak e. Him on O re«..n
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county court clerka should act as
county clerka.
S. B. 73— Providing fo r penalty
for w ife desertion.
H. B. 17— Repealing sections re­
lating to time terms o f certain offi­
cer» commence.
H. B. 41— Abolishing the office of
State Ijtnd Agent.
H. B. 47— Providing for the man­ H O rtiK M K A S l'R K A L L O W S RKSI-
ner o f executing the satisfaction o f a
D KVCK AMD W O R K ON 1st
mortgage.
TO C O I'N T T O W A R D -*n,l
H. B. 84— Relating to elim inating
Indebtedness o f irrigation districts.
H. B. 91— Relating to decrees o f
divorce.
A recent Washington. D. C „ dis­
H. B. 126— Relating to registra­
tion Hats o f automobiles by county patch says: R elief to western home­
stead entrymen from the hardship
clerks.
H. B. 145— Relating to crimes imposed by the so-called "John Day
decision" o f the Secretary o f the In­
against nature.
H. B. 194— Repealing sections re­ terior is promised by the recent ac­
lating to binding children as appren­ tion o f the House in passing the T ay­
lor bill. This measure is an amend­
tices.
H. B. 199— To repeal sections of ment to the enlarged homestead act,
the code providing for weather serv­ and provides that residence and cul­
tivation o f the original entry may be
ice.
H.B. 200— Repealing sections re­ credited on the additional entry, the
lating to appropriation and condem­ effect being to allow the entryman to
make Anal proof on both at the same
nation o f land.
This record o f 13 bills passing | time.
Representative Mondell, author o f
both houses and receiving the signa­
ture of the governor within the first the enlarged homestead law. fu lly in­
three weeks o f the session Is a rec­ tended that the original act should
ord breaker. So far there has been so declare, and still contends that It
no veto measures coming from the does by any reasonable construction
executive offices, the m ajority o f of Its language. Assistant Secretary
these bills going into those offices be­ Adams, however, declined to take
ing bills repealing obsolete sections this view o f the Mondell act, and the
result was that settlers who attempt-
o f the code.
I ed to make proof on both entries
were put to the additional expense
It llS K S SOLON'S* P A Y
o f a second proof on their second en­
FRO M $.1 TO *1 0 A D AY
tries. and In some cases compelled to
wait two years or more before such
A resolution fo r a constitutional proof could be offered. The first case
amendment to make the pay o f leg­ appealed was that o f John Day, and
islators $10 a day Instead o f $3. as since this decision western members
at present, has been presented to the have been flooded with demands for
House by Ijtw rence o f Multnomah. relief. The action o f the House Indi­
It limits any member's pay to 9600 cates the early enactment o f the nec-
for a session, limits special sessions
ry remedial legislation.
to 20 days at 910 a day and fixes
mileage of 93 for each 20 miles.
The Spokesman for good printing
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The Portland Oregonian o f a re­
cent date aaya:
California la de­
manding Oregon putatooa In aurh
unantlttea that a aerloua ah orta«« of
refrigerator rara la threatened.
Although the price 1» not particu­
larly ffatterln« to the «rowara. the
potato movement now la heavier and
ateudler than It haa been at any time
atnre the crep waa harveated.
T h » territory tributary to the
Mount Hood line o f the Portland.
arted
It require» that reporta o f all Ita lia n ., Light At Power C o. haa
birth» aliali hr made to the health of- j been «r o w lli« a lot o f potato«« In the
fl.or within .16 hour» and that proph­ laat few year» and moat of thoae pro­
ylactic treatment bo administered duced laat year have not been mar­
California buyer» recently
The object of tho bill la to allow the keted.
health officer o f tho proper Jurladlc- »«cured the bulk o f thoae that were
lloti to determine Immediately the left and the farm er» are now aeekln«
condition of the eye* of all newly-j to move them, but it la hard to «e t
refrigerator rara.
horn children
the impression it makes
$ 1.60 P E R Y EA R
At the end o f the third week of
the le g is la tiv e Assembly. 13 bills
have passed both houses and receiv­
ed the signature o f the governor. Of
this number 12 are house bills and
one la a senate bill.
None o f the bills carry an em er­
gency clause and will not become
laws until 90 days after the adjourn­
ment o f the le g is la tiv e Assembly.
Probably the most Important bill
so fnr signed Is that abolishing the
office of State Land Agent. This was
something suggested in the report of
State lotnd Agent Rinehart, and also
recommended by the governor In his
message.
Another act o f some Import la one
providing that a w ife deserter who Is
convicted ahall be compelled to
work on the county roada for the
time for which he haa been sentenc­
ed. and that the county ahall pay his
fam ily 91 a day for each such day
worked.
The bills which have ao far been
signed by the governor are aa fol-
j Iowa:
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H. B. 5— Repealing act providing
for the publication o f an official news
paper.
H. B. 10—-Repealing act that