The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, September 25, 1913, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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GRAIN BAGS
Published uvurjr Thursday
II. II fi C I.- PALM ER
At Rail in on d. Oregon
Strictly In Advance
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upon nppUi'Atton
Ku(tr<Hl hh iKH'ond -olm»»
July 14. I f 10. at th«*
at
Kclmouil. Orugon. unilor Ihu Act of
March . 187».
Poultry Shipments
Redmond Union Warehouse Company
C. H. M IL L E R , Manager.
Motorists
Did you ever consider buying tires on any other
basis than that of price?
Do you put forth the same caution in buying them
as you do iu buying clothes?
We feel the same responsibility In selling tires that
a clothier does in the goods he sells.
Why not consider these facts when buying your next
tires and secure them from the
C e n tra l O r e g o n G a r a g e
“ R E E D Y ’S
70*
AND T H E
PRO­
TEC TIO N A F F O R D E D BY A F A I R D E A L E R
!
TO SALEM AND RETURN
V IA
PORTLAND
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
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Tickets on sale Sept. 25 to Oct. 4 inc.
Return lim it Oct. 8.
Usual amount o f b aggage checked.
N IG H T T R A IN »SERVICE.
Enquire o f H. B A l'K O L , local agent, for further Information.
R. H. CROZIER, Assistant General Passenger Agent.
R. C. Immele
Dealer in
Building Material
OF ALL KINDS
Lu m ber
B r ic k
S h in g le s
L im e
L a th
C em en t
Roofing and Building Paper
Door and Window Screens
Sash, Doors
«
GIVE US A CALL
P "»'“ " ”'
property rights sre
of coerchm ,,r » « “ •* • " J
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«h« nullt' person* "t ,,f
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I am wilting lu concede
th,. Dis** l'guitneltl *'••**•
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fonila th* Federal District Alluni
alni J ti tino Va» Kiwi wer* pert*« '
Inalinoti lu la » ill ......... * " " « ** ,h
, 11,1 having • I nlted Sial-a Hupt*'
Court decision lu gu upon
***** I
r flw l of Ih«' 8upruni* Court rulli
atioulil be annulled b) Cou*roa»
littup thè Manu t r i o u * lo lia pu
pose of discouraging commercigli»
*lt«t
Corlalnlj no evidence of II
» a » Introduciti In lh* l'allforii
Without In iliu loaat condoning lb*
moral laxity of Diggs anti Caiuln*"l.
T i l l RSDAY. SEPT 35. l » l l
I think It mav Justly he »*1,1 I*’ »*
th* "crliur" of
»h l.fi
Ihuy * - r .
T \KI\G THE « I M I
fouml guilty la puruly an artinclal
IH T OF
onu. creatoti by la » raihur tbau ox
M I L L STREET
latina In the naturo of thluga
Thu
The Salem Journal of the l» t h young »omen » e r e si the time of
had the following
good editorial legai age and atleti quite voluutarllv
anent the » a y Wall Street has been
as much so a« anybody can be
manipulating the money market to maid to act voluntarily at any lime
Ita advantage for the past SO year» They » e r e
aware of the ,ou«e
•‘ There are f e » liner examples of quenrea. as they amply sho»r,l tit
team work on the part ot president the testimony the» ga»e at the trul
and cabinet officer than the one fur evincing a degree of Intelligente that
ntshed In July by President Wilson would make It quite absurd for an*
and Secretary McAdoo
One of the onu to argue lhat they acted In Ignor
ailments of the past generation ha» ance of »h at they were doing
been the ability of Wall Street to cor- Moreover, since »omen no» have the
ner capital at critical momenta In a ballot and are entering all line« of
uianuer to squeeze dry th* Industries business and must of the occupations
of the country, create great or In Is It not time that they also assume
ripieni panica, and lick the poll responsibility for sets freely and
tlrtans all at the cast of a single voluntarily performed by them"
A
stone. Such a coupe as this had been mature woman « h o I» not «Itllug
planned for a certain tine morning to share this responsibility In the
In July of the present year
To pro- gree to which she lends her volun
ceed logically and » It h deadly e f­ tary consent has no place In loth
She belongs
fect It was arranged for Joseph T century civilization
Talbert, vice-president of the Nation­ properly to the !»th century, when
al City Bank of New York to thro» women had no rights worth mention
the Initial bomb Into the commer­ Ing because the law assumed that
cial situation In the aha|>* of an As- they » e r e natural Inferiors and <iulte
sodateci Preaa Interview, which » a s unable (o take tare of themsrlces
Furthermore, the woman with the
promptly printed, of course, In every
dally newspaper of the civilised 18th century type of mind la more
out of place In an equal auffrage
world
because Its p u r p o s e » . c s p.
state than anywhere else
If women.
feci Iy apparent
In this Interview
Mr Talbert's being free, are unwilling to assume
statement*, divested of their dtplo- responsibility or are Incapable of
matte verbiage, were a notlltcatlon cluing so. then all this talk about
to all
banks to cease extending emancipation and equal rights Is the
credits and begin to force roller- veriest tommyrot. and the sooner we
tiona.
This Interview bore date of get back to male domination the
May 35.
No exruse existed for It. better
MISS M M
and no excuse was given
But the
—^
“““
bank* of
the country responded. I H T . l T l I • It*»1*
however, unwillingly, purely In self- H i l t THE
defense.
I U I .1 » I l s n \
The crisis was planned for a cer­
tain week In July.
As an lllustra
Government estimates p l a t e the
tlon of how the plan was to work, on potato crop for
l » I J at close to
a certain day a New York bank had normal
W M It the acreage is much
830.000. 000 of rash In excess of Its smaller thsn last year the yield Is
required reserve.
But
It suddenly large and the quality good
I. C
refused to make loans;
no security. ■ t’orbet of the liepartment of Agrl
however, gtlt-edged. even from Its culture, tn s special report, says
most valued patrons, could coax a
Maine will produce the largest
dollar from this bank
It »imply crop •-'■•r rwcorded while Michigan,
wasn’t loaning money. And all the " isconslti.
Minnesota ami North
other big banks on the same day Dakota » III harvest a normal crop
adopted the same policy.
The yields In Connecticut. New York
•It was the beginning of a well and Ohio promise to be light
The
planned Wall Street panic. Within average condition of the crop Is ten
a week w«C would have been tn It* tM'r cent lower than the ten year
deadly clutch.
The season for the average, but b I miui ten per cent shove
moving o f crops had arrived, and the crop of 1911
suddenly the Money Trust had cut
I* » t i l he seen that no notice la
off credit.
Business paralysis was here taken of the roast crop, hut
inevitable, and such was the cold- 11 cuts * figure In the country’s sup
blooded intent.
PD. large shipments east being made
And then, upon that same even- »h e n prices are high
Here, as In
Ing Secretary McAdoo gave to the the rest of the country, the crop
Associated I’ ress an official state- seems to he shout normal Thla hull
ment wherein he offered
to loan cate* that there la no danger of the
8100.000. 000 of government money disastrously low prices of last season
to the small banks In the I ’nhed hut flint tfb M a fair price Is offered
States for the purpose o f moving •» the time to "let go **
crops.
■
Wall Street gave one single, wild- (««Mill HO A DM
eyed gasp— and then what hap- MOVEMENT
pened? The very bank tn New York
IS I’ R l N . l t E M M l X i
which, on the day previous, hail re­
The good »tirk that Is being dom-
fused to loan a single dollar of Its
milllons o f excess deposits, loaned f ° r the good roads movement by the
86,000,000 before noon! And all the forestry service, assisted by different
other banks acted with similar In- counties. Is along the right lines and
teltlgence.
will be welcomed by all the people
What did It all mean? It meant In this section of the state
Good
simply that, for the first time In 50 road* and the completion of the l.ln
years. Wall Street had found a com- coin Highway, the national highway
petltor. an Institution which had the from the east coast to California,
money to loan and stood ready to mean* ni'irh to this section and to
loan it— In other words, the Cnited Redmond In particular, for all travel
States government.
With a simple along the above highway will pass
"twist of the wrist" It had deprived through this city
With the romple-
Wall street of the power to create Hon of this highway, work on which
a panic.
Without an hour's notice la being done rp>w. thousands of
It had entered the field as a competi­ tourists will avail themselves of the
tive money lender and It had more good roads to travel through from
money to loan, and on better terms Washington, Portland, and other
than Wall Street. Immediately Wall cities, and this tourist travel will
Street's money was valueless, except visit Kedinond. and Redmond and
to be put back Into circulation, and the Redmond district will be brought
that Is precisely what happened
No Into prominence In a manner no
finer act o f practical statesmanship other method could secure
has been performed by this or any
other government within a quarter NEW ED ITIO N tip OREGON
century. Neither has the effect been
l l l . l ’E I tot i K IM IMMI E ll
lost upon Wall Street.
T u m -A -L u m
okgam zks
PRICES RIGHT
:
W O M AN’ S B A R T
IN
W HITE: S L A V E R Y
A correspondent to the Portland
Oregonian signing the name Miss
M. M. has the following to say about
women and
white slavery, since
women have been granted equal suf­
frage:
Is It not time that the Mann white
slave act, so-called, should be some­
what modified so as to apply exclu­
sively to cases of Interstate traffic
In women for purposes of commer­
cialized vice? Aa It stands now. In
view of the Interpretation given to
the act by the I'nlted States Supreme
Court the federal government la com­
mitted to the policy of ferreting out
and punishing all rases of private
Immorality Involving the crossing of
a state line. This again brings up
the question of how far public law
should regulate private morality. In
my opinion, morality should be left
to work out Its own rewards and
punishments. In accordance with the
Secretary of State Olcott has sent
out to newspapers and others the
Oregon Blue Hook for l»1 3 - M
It contains a brief historical sketch
of the slate by Professor Joseph
Schafer of the Department of His­
tory of the I'nlverslty of Oregon, the
Oregon Constitution, name* of the
various state, district ami county of
fleers, as well as a statement of the
functions of the several state offi­
cers.
departments.
Institutions,
hoards and commissions
Federul
department* represented in this stale
are also included therein, as well
as Information respecting the appro­
priations by the last legislature, sum
mary of taxable property in Oregon
registration* 1» 12. vole for state of
fleers
I »13,
measures submitted
under the Initiative and referendum
since the adoption thereof In |»n 2
political subdivisions or districts,
population, nnd many other matters
of general Interest.
The hook will he mailed free of
charge to such persons aa may re­
quest the same.
L u m lier
\ n KNGINKKKING DI IV...
M e h * » e re« e n ti» o r g s e lz e d . •*• rounecMon « U h Iks ?»
I,„Hit,n t .. su , 01 * 111 « ri In* ilepwrliiielil II la Iti« piirpugsgj
ps.imeni lo *ld lu *11 questiona alon i ih * bull.H»» i . U41 ^
ili llstold 1 t'tswfmtl. a graduale archile. t„,* j
Ite associateti » U h thè «leparluteut and It la hop*d tksti,,
we sitali be ahi* lo remi*» a r*al servir» « b e n e I r
p„r prospettive bulldere » h o are uuable to (e t i,*,gj
alti them tu their problema, thl# ilepstluieul « i l i aubmlt
« I I I ernie*«tir lo sdei** tu r*g*rd lo th* beet Ntethod* ut
Por spet tai Job* » h e i e sudi locai servite 1* eut alai *b|*.
lueul »H I fumisti Plans and hrlef specificai loti* tu our »
spettai metani'** super mietutene« tintiti* roursr uf
» Itene' er (tossitile tu** he furnlatleil through thls di parta,
In regard lo iti* »’ Un Hook*." copie« o f whnh
ioti thl» depeituieul « H I he shle to ( t r e pian» sn-l spadfc»,
sur desisi! Ihercln nnd for nn* chnngee thnt mar l>« u*ir»4 ,
designa
Estimale« ol thè coet. thè luttiber bilie, and bill «f »,
«H I Ite furulshetl tor ea, h design
Thls book, br ths a»r
risii llttoh of Ih* dar alni ha* In II * great man, ptsctksi
fulty destrlbetl. ateo a number o f exrelleiil barn pian*
It la noi our purpoee br organlslng thl# d eperì" *gt, g
wlth locai architene alni .onirartor# In th* designi«* u|
tng*. rslher II I* th.mght thst we shall he ahi* lo al l «vsioe,
are u t able lo gel sut h torsi uien lo serre tbem In thls ,,
are endesvorlng to itupro'e our faciliti«« In rendering t-lhriaat
lu uur «'Uftiuuivr*
1,natiti« I M I »• n i )
fa. »«*u ||
‘ min—
,,.ir engineering depurimene » * ere.
Voure « e t » ti «ir.
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T l M A L t ’ M l.t kilt» il > unric'
M ltt.lt -sic amt M etall O r a le «« In
F lo u r, Food and
l ’ oultn
Supplies
ilei our price* on our Patent Flour
We guarantee «tet
of this Hour
Get our prices before billing elsewhere
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M anager
REDMOND,
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BRING IN YOUR POULTRY THAT YOU WANT
TO DISPOSE OF AND WE WILL PAY THE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. WE WILL BUY
ALL YOU BRING IN. HERE IS AN OPPOR­
TUNITY FOR YOU TO MARKET YOUR
POULTRY.
A GOOD FIT. GOOD M A T E R IA L .
...
SCHSCHII’TION KATES
WE HAVE GRAIN BAGS AND TWINE READY
FOR THE FARMERS FOR HARVEST TIME. IN
a n y q u a n t i t y , a n d w i l l s e l l SAME AT
THE LOWEST PRICE. SEE US BEFORE
PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR THESE GOODS
ELSEWHERE.
PHONE
REDMOND
OR K(.ON
A. G. AUJNGHAM
Wines and Liquors
Imported and
Domestic Cigars
Nothin« bui I ho BUST i* nerved at our plan
Redmond,
Oregon
When you want th*- BEST MF,AL IN REDMOND
f<>r the MONEY, you can get it by calling on W.
E. ÌOI NO, the well known veteran rrntaurant
man at the
Redmond
Grill
Open Day and Night
Anderson Bros.’ Saw
i
*,1 KA( t , 'KKR 8
8
OF ROtfcH AND DRE SF,I>
p,wvv,.l'li MMKK' <)UR M,LL US THE NEAREST
, ‘
IMAI Y0U <’AN GKT HIGH-GRADE
l u m b e r , o u r p r ic e s a r e r ig h t .
I ' l Mile« Soulhwent of Laidlaw.