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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1914)
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o f Central Oregon
RK DM OK'D, ( ROOK C O U N T Y . OREGON. THUILSDAY, MARCH
I’ropoM-d ( hange« in th«*
On-gun Conni it ut ion May
Appear li«'f(irr Flection
•INC s HOI K L A W
l*ROl*OSHD 111 CARIA
|fiinu n's League and Socialists
lime of Work— Other
lions Are Circulated in State
Oregon c ltlie na wil l vote upon I I
li «n i utItitial • i n « m i n t a n d latta
r..j >«-«1 lijr ( h r laal l ^ g i s l a t o r r . and
itiid probably m«»rr lo
i • * « I upon p i l l i o n al i hr gì nrral
« linn (Ida
* * » « a rrrvnl
pi«*n «Hawaii h
I'a lltlona for (ha
¡iflat loo o f a alalo « Ida r i g h i h«»u-
» i>ro|Hiard by Horlallala. pr«»t hlltta
r an a t un » «I matti o f Hrcllon 9.
n XV, o f I Ito r ona ll lu ll on . and
r (hr a «mirti ■ rig h t hour l a « , pro
« 1 tty Ihr VVotnrit a Klghl Hour
h a tr brrtt fll«’ «! with til«-
w » , f State and all r«*qolr«
f«tr ha tin g th r m i r a o f Ihr
k.< « if *• a on Ih r Italiota h a t r I m « li
I W H l " l ( n t la ha vin g petition*
.»i r «I for In itiali ng a ntraaurr
kr-M ling for an attirndturnl lo Ihr
- ! <itloti to g l t r f 1 fitto tat « t
>n on homra, l l t r i I ih k. toola
anti II I) \\ agnon
uStlnl a form o f prt ltlon lo Ihr Hr«**
h 'a r t of Hiair fo r an am nid nir nt
^rotidlng f«tr a aur ta t f «*r ralalng
f' d iMir to tlrfra y thr nit rita «'* of Ihr
for rarh floral te ar
prraona ow n in g land amt nat
■ ral f«a«mrrna. Irv y lng ItU ertila oli
W »• !» | l o o ab«tu< I2Ì.OOO aaa«*at»« d
h .« ! nat Ion, f i oil ra<*h 9 1 00 ab«ttr
f t " .mio aaaraard talu all on . 92 «>n
■*.» ti 11un alcova 9?&.ono, and 93 on
L-». h 9100 a l w r t 9100,000.
Illll W o u ld lirgn li clr |*a|
• S Jarkaon o f I'o rlla n d haa pro
I • * d a inraaurr fo r Inll la ll on at the
Ing rlM-iiott, an amendment to
-ret Ion IN. A rtic le I. o f th r <*oh*tltil
tmn providing lh al r«»mi»n»*atloii for
land taken for publtr uar aliali not
Ite al a rata mora than double the
atei age yearly rata o f aaaeaaiiirnl of
if.at property for taxation during the
t h r e e a*ii«*aatiirnl year a u n i before
the a*»c*#ment yea r In wrhtrh Ihr
action la brought to condemn thr
Mr Jarkaon ala«» haa propoard a
te .«aure am ending
! «td a O regon U w i . rela ting lo Ih«*
'.nation o f land that la not public
Ih«« follo wing are (he number*
and Hllra «tí the aineiidtiiofita lo the
« oliai It ul Ion and iiieuMiiicN proposed
f«tr referendum by the l«eglalaiurr
Vng 101 No fo i ib .«i!.« nd
merit o f Meet Ion '• o f Article II of
the I oii*t 111| t Ion of I »regoli mo u* to
require Voter* to he eltlxeti* of the
I oiled State*. In ul| e l d Iona, t|lile*H
otherwise provided for III the rollali
lo'j Yea. lo t No
Honal a me n dine ri I of Section H of
A r t i d e V <tf the f o n a t i ! utton o f Ore
Boil, f « * r Ihr pur poor o f creating the I'rofenMor Thomas Shaw Give*
«tffii «• of Lieutenant (Jovernor, w ho
Som«* Information on
■ hall a d M* Oovernor In t aae of the,
Inability of the Oovernor to per forili
hi* dude*, and who *hall al*o a d un
l're*ide|}t of the Hetutle, filin g hi*
■alary ai f i n per «lay, bul only while <
Oír I «cg!*lat tire I* in »»**lon . and
Speaker of th e.
Ilouac to a< t un Oovernor In « a»e o f , RIGHT A N D T H E W RO N G
the inability o f both Ih«« Oovernor
and Lieutenant O overnor lo a d .
W A Y O F CORK RAISIN’!
W rrgrr of to il em in en t* Will
J o 4 Y e*. Jnfj No
Kor amendment '
of He« lion li «if Article X V of the f o n
al II ut Ion of Oregon lo provide lhal
when «my county tontaina n city of Not KsM-nlinl That Foundation
ov er 100. 000 inhabitant*, the bound
arle* «»f *u< h r«mnty and city may be
S o w n lir l*ur«* lired or Even
made Identbal, the tw o govern ment *
« «iniMilblate«l and the remaining te r
Highly (iradrd. Sayn the l*ro-
ritory of an* h county. If any, !»e err
aie«| into a new county or atta« bed
ir»»o r— llo K ( holrra a Menace
to the adjoining county or count lea, ;
hut not « hanging the requirement
that every county muat have 4oo
aquare tulle* and l . s o o Inhahltanta
In ihr Northwralrrn alaloa ihr
loti Y*w. l o 7 No
«»f Hertlon 7 «»f Article XI of the f o n - ram hmon are k I v O ik murh atirntlon
*t It tit ion o f Oreg on to enable the lo thr Inlruducllon of awlno
»tate t<» lend It* credit or Incur In la true of all
Ihr Nort h « rate r,l
dehtedtiea* III e«r«*## of faO.OOO for atalea. particularly Ihr Weatern l»a
hulbllng atol maintaining per inanelli km««.
Mumana. WaahlnKton and
road*, constructing Irrigation and
Tlila move la rortalnly a
power proJtH t* and developing un Oregon.
tille«l land*, hut limiting the total airp In ihr right dlriM'llun
«Te«|lt and tndehtc«ll|c*A for road pur* a, |S.00 loir hundred live weight 1«
p«H»e* to ? per < eiit and the total ■ rrtalnly lo'llor than wheat a( 70
vredlt l e n t or itidcbtrdn«*** Incurre! rruta por huahrl.
liul there la a
f«tr Irlgation and iwtw«*r project* and right and a wrong way of going Into
development of untllle«! land* to ¿ l»irk ralalng
Perauua who are not
l»«»r cent o f the a**e*aed valuation of familiar with the hualnetut are pretty
all the pr«tp«'rfy In the state, making
irrtaln to lake the wrong way. At
a total of 4 per cent for both.
I on Ye*. 309 No
Kor amendment leaat they are i|ulte aa apt to take
the wrong method aa thr method
of Section 32 of Article I of the Coll
•tituthit! «if Oregon, omitting the re* that la judlrloua and right.
quii e tue ut that all taiatioti aliali be
What la meant by the wrong
equal and u n ifo rm " and providing method'
It mean« Aral, that farm
for levy and collection of tai«*a under er« are generally of the opinion that
general law for public purpoaeg only, they nmat purrhaar high bred aowa
and prohibiting surrender o f tailn g
or aowa that are purely bred, and It
l*o w e r
3 to Yea. 311 No
Kor amendment mean«
«if Section I o f Article IX of the ( ‘on atiH-ka may he brought In that will
bring hug rholera with then,. The
at It ul Ion <»f Oregon changing the e i
Isttng rule for iinlfttrmlty and «'qual lark u l Information on
ity of taiatioti. authorising the levy point« la going lo coat the ranchmen
of ta%*-* on am h property and In niic I i dearly
In all the Northweatern
manner a* shall be preacrlbed by elate»
ge derni law*, fh«* r la»u»lfl«at Ion of
When rhooelng foundation aowa.
property for taiatt«»n purpose*. the It la not owarntlal that they ahall
lmp«t*ltl«in of specIHr take* mid taken
he purely bred or even highly graded,
on Income», and authorising reuaon-
unle»» the ranchman la going to pro
duce purr bred «wine for breeding
Not mal s«-||iN»l* W iUilnl
It doea not matter how mixed the
312 Y e*
313 N o
A hill for an
Hut It doea matter that
act to levy annually a ta\ of one- breeding
fortieth t l - 4 « l of a mill on the the «owe ahall have good conform«
(¡mid conformation mean« a
dollar on all lavable property with
In the State of Oregon for the c o n long body anil enough of length of
ni ruction of building* and the aup llmh lo make the aow« active aa grax-
port and malntenaco of the South lera during the aeaaon of graitng. It
ern Oregon State Normal School at doe« not matter much what the blood
Ashland, Jarkaon county.
roinponenta are. providing the con
1 1 4 Ye* .Ilf» No Kor amendment formation 1« aa atatrd above Mixed
«if Artici«' XI of the Constitution of blood element« are advantageous,,
the State o f Oregon by adding a
rather than prejudicial, for the rea-
i.« , Mon authorising the enactment of
a general law to enable ami Incorpor ann that the more mixed the blood
ated town, city or municipality, by a ulemunta on the aide of the dam. the
vote of the ele« tor* Interested, to Mir- more rapid will he the Improvement
i elider Ita «b arte r ami be merged Into when auch dam« are mated with pure
an a«IJoinlng city or town
bred alrea of any breed. Thla la a
.11 ». Ye# 317 No
A bill for an leaaou that It 1« to be feared not
net to levy annually a ti«k o f one- many ranchmen have learned and It
fortieth <1 40| o f a mill on the la a leaaou which they are «low to
Continue«! on page 4
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Owl for Busy People
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ra. h way M u r r a » ’entrai Or.-«..n indili« an,I Portland.
Tourist »Ir r pinti rar (Itrrtl.» *1 .0 0 ).
U ra l-«Una roachr«.
i Save a Day Each Way |
T o t 'm ir ili O regon
Krtini ( 'm irai .1 Irlfnll
l l r m l ..............
Deachulea . . . .
Terre bon nr . . .
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Ia*avn Culver............ 10:02 p.m.
la-ave Metollue....... 10 20 p.m.
I.c«ve Madraa.......... 10:JO pm.
Arrlvra I’ nrllainl . . . .
K 10 am
I’n rlla in l..........7:00 p.m
6 :00 a m.
Matin,« . . ■
6:16 a ui.
6 2 S a n,
Culver . . .
7 : OS a m.
7 : 2.1 a m.
7 43 a m.
Arrivo B o n d ................ * 0 0 * "'•
I T .....pi d r- p a l, I, » r irriti 1,4 between Central Oregon and I’ - r " « " - ' .
and E a »le r n l i l l r » .
• 'minoriInn» n.adr In I’orlland In and from Wlllamrlto Valley.
Arteria «nd I’ lalaup Hr., h point.. I*u,et ««„m l. Spokane. Montana.
Colorado, I t Paul. Omaha. Kanaaa City and Chlrapo.
Karra, time mhrduloa and other Information by letter or upon
appi hat Ion In
II. BAH KO L. A if 'ili Rcfinioinl. Ori’Ron.
II. II. 4'ro.lor, A. 0 . P. A.
Wllhia. A O V and I* A . 1’orllnnd. Ore.
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It i.a well to pay billg promptly, but not to pay the same bill
Sometimes bookkeepers, by mistake, send out bills after
they have bt*en paid.
If you pay by check, however, the can
celled checks are returned to you and can be produced as receipts.
Checking accounts are therefore more than a convenience.
They are an insurance against over payment.
woman who pays bills should do so with checks.
Your checking account will be welcomed at this bank, where
you are assured of absolute security
the most courteous
BO A R D OF DIRECTORS:
L. E. Smith
B. A. Kendall
Dr. J. Barr
E. Dobson. President
J. W . Brewer
Guy E. Dobson
J. W . Brewer. Vice President
Chas. B. Drake. Cashier
NEW STEEL BRIDGE
T WILL HELP REDMOND
BANQUE! IAS! NIGH!
WAS A FINE AFFAIR
m u u EBl i It.
I’M O N
KOR CI.KAK L A K E
learn. The idea 1« aln,o«t univeraal
A M » K K IBSnS ENJOY THEM -
IX». SENT O l T HtMiS AND
F R O J E lT CAN BE DONE
that the breeder muat begin with
high grade vow«
A* a rule he will ;
SELVES IM M ENSELY
SH E E P YESTER D AY
FROM THIS CITY
succeed later with low grade no»«,
becauae of the lea« co«t. But he
muat give attention to the «election
of long bodied »owa. Thla will In - i
The following from the Sisters
«„re the production of relatively
The Redmond Union Warehouse
The "Home Made’’ banquet given
large lltlera and of good bacon pro by the Commercial Club In Khret'a Co. yesterday made a community Herald of last week will be of inter
hall laat night waa one of the mo8t shipment of hogs to Portland as fol est to people in Redmond and this
duct Ion in the progeny.
It ahould he remembered that with pleuaant aortal affairs ever held in lows:
Wm. Ogg. Redmond. 12: J. O. Sho- section:
aowa of mixed breeding improvement the city. About 160 members of the bert.
"The tools and all necessary im
Powell Butte. 6: I.ee Hobbs.
cornea chiefly from the «ire If purely preaent and passed the evening In Powell Butte. 77; Henry Tweet,
plements were taken to Deep Canyon
bred. The more mixed the breeding playing cards, eating and dancing
Powell Butte. I; Andrew Nelson, De the first of the week preparatory to
of the dam. the more surety will the,
The Sparks orchestra furnished schutes. 3; T. D. Osborn. Powell starting with the grade work the
progeny reae,utile the alre
Aa mar music for the event during the early Butte, I: G. F. Havens. Powell last of this week of the first of next
ket« are at the preaent time. It will part of the evening and for dancing. Butte. 2; U E. Nichols. Powll Butte. for the building of the steel bridge
not matter much what breed the alre About 11 o’clock the tables were set 7; Peter Pauls. Powell Butte. 6; H. , that the county will build over the
cornea from, but It la pretty certain for the banquet, and all the eatables Cram, Ochoco. 13; Van Allen, Red canyon. The camps are being es
mond. 1; A. Mohler. Redmond. 6; tablished and preparations made for
that the market« of the future will and drinkable«, wrlth the exception S.
F. Towner. Prineville. 12; lloscoe
give the preference to n alre of bacon grown or home made products. And Howard. l>esehutes, 3; H. J. Harris, the convenience of the men.
“ An Important change haa bean
breed«, aa the Yorkshire« or the there were all kinds of good things Sisters. 20.
made in the original plans. It having
Other shipments were as follows: been decided to construct a 200 foot
It la peculiarly unfortunate that
After the banquet the floor was George Russell. Ochoco. 5 steers; steel span bridge at the bottom of
hog cholera ahould ho brought Into cleared and dancing waa Indulged in Fred Welse. Sisters. 2 cars mutton the canyon. This structure will be
sheep; Thos Sharp, Crooked River, I 60 feet high, reducing the grade to
the Northweatern atatea
It might for a couple of hours.
This Is the flrvt banquet of the , 2 cars of cattle.
less than the original plans called
have been kept out of theae.
for and shortening the distance ma
was not here originally, but It haa kind ever given In Central Oregon,
anil those who attended are looking
CLUBS W I L L M EET HERE
been brought there. Hog cholera la forward to a repetition of the event.
“ In the changing of the plans by
already In the Judith llaaln. It la
Arrangements have been made for building the bridge It will Increase
In other portions of the Northwest.
N EW E X P E R T E N G A G E D
! all the commercial clubs on the west, the expense by several thousand dol
It la there becauae It haa been
: side of the river to meet in Redmond lars. but owing to the fact that this
brought there. There waa no necea-
At the meeting of the County next Tuesday evening. March 10. to is the most important work needed
aity for bringing It. One precaution Court yesterday at Prineville Com formulate some concerted action in on the west side of the river It is be
would have kept It out. but evidently missioners Bayley and Brown voted »«H'tiring representation at the com- lieved that it will meet with the ap
due precaution was not exercised or to dlseharge the expert who has been j ing election for the west end of the proval of the greater majority of the
It would not have been Introduced. making an examination of the coun county. It Is expected that the Bend, | tax payers ”
Madras. Culver. Opal City and Sis
With the completion of this bridge
It will not avail to nurae hog cholera. ty records and hire another Arm to ters clubs wilt send delegations to
it Is almost an assured fact that all
It la no more pure than the climate do the work. Judge Springer oppos the meeting.
the freighting of material for the
ed the proposition.
of (¡real Britain and yet hog cholera
Clear l,ake electrical project the
la plentiful there. Hog rholera la a
Hill interests are putting it, lu the
NEW STO K E H E R E
R. R. O F F M T A L H H E R E
germ dlaeaae. It will come into any
mountains west of here will be via
country Into which the germ« are
It Is understood that negotiations Redmond, as the haul will be shorter
The following Oregon Trunk lly
carried, and It will flourlah there officials were In Redmond yesterday are under way for a new general and easier than over the route on the
howaoover pure the climate may lie for a brief visit
W. I). Scott, gen store here. A man wss In the city other side of the mountains
are eral manager; W. C. W’ llkes. assist last week looking over the field and freighting will amount to a large
sum during Its continuance, about
brought Into any part of the North- ant freight and passenger agent; F. if satisfactory arrangements can be two years, and Redmond will be the
made he will occupy the brick build
weat, let those who bring them make
l.npfer, chief engineer; O. 11 Whlt- ing on the corner of 6th and C Sta., headquarters for freighter*
absolutely sure that they do not fleld.
general road master; J. D. Dix- formerly the Khret Bros’, store, with those coming In to outfit before go
a large stock of general merchandise ing out to the project.
> on, master mechanic.
Continued on I’age 2