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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1914)
Published at the “ Hub City” of (entrai Oregon
E WEST SIDE COMMERCIAL ELKINS MADE
R. H. BAYLEY
POPI EAR I V N D I O U 'E FOR MM V H
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REDMOND. ( KOOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914
The Factor of Safety
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Itl l ’ K O M I I — IS T i l l .
I III. o i l I f I
The business man of to-day is becoming more and more
critical in safeguarding his business interests.
which he expects to keep his funds should be carefully ex
Wlien you bave un etti, leni man
In a pillili.' otti. <• li I» ulwuys pulì, y
sull* r iu b a f o r th e purpoat* o f
a man to run and a rimk ! pian lo k.-.-p bini there
a» long us posslble, for li I» econoiny
for tin o l f i c c o f c o u n t y rommiaaioncr.
It limi a l r e a d y I m - oii to do so
ule mu .t hold ln jfe t h e r and all unite oil
«ho « i n that th e « e a t
Frank Klklna. thè preaent alierlff.
w ho ls s-'i-klng Ih.- nomination al
■ I ' . .Ih I m t u r e ! In- 111 .11 .11
ih.- ciimlng prlmary 011 May 15. for
pi i a hod there would I«- no poaaible chance for re »lecllon for u mt h iii I erm, has
OUr alidldate to loae, lit the «eat aide of the county | m 1 1 ! m the h. e 11 une of Ihe beat peaee officera
III.- tonni y >-'.-r liad and hla record
■ a't in an election in Crook county.
In ulti..- " I l i stand 1 he elusesi scru
L\ll live of the commercial duba represented pledged their tili).
aupi >rt to the man who ri*ceived the nomination at this m e e t
A tight wus inaile 011 Mr Klklna
ing After due deliberation a vote was taken anti Mr. IC. II Bay- liy a disi nrtilng elament of Ibe
• UHni) i.iiirl and daini» were inaile
Wy . latidla«', received the unanimous vote.
ihnt Hiere w a » a shorlag.- In hls col
H l ’his was quite a surprise to Mr Hayley, as he had not men le, ii.ms of delinquen! tules Thl»
tion -I to anyone that he « auleti the oil ice, anti it took consider- hss all be.-n pruved to thè coulrary
after un .-»amlnaHon of hls hook»
abl« |a i .uiiamn from the committee ent to interview Mr. Itaylev li) siale .-»peris frolli thè Insurance
would consent to allow hi name to Is' y-etl.
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Rt'<ltiioii(| < '.mimi-rciiil ( 'lu ll
nn-i-iing M a rc h
Id o f
amined as to the factor of safety.
Roger W\ Babson, in the Saturday Evening Post, in sug
gestions to the young business man selecting a bank, says:
“ In foreign countries the bankers talk of factors of safety
rather than simply deposits; but in this country, owing to the
ignorance of most business men concerning banking methods,
the people can be fooled by a comparative statement of de
ía, sioner from the west siile of the county, and if he is defeated
W do not have repre ciitation in the county court house.
i At the present time nearly every office holder is an east side
■>. h . and if the west aide fa ils to la- represented it will la- our
OV i fault, so it is up to ua to vote for Mr. Hayley at the coming
pr lianes, May EY
POLITICAI. COMMITTEE OK THE WEST SIDE
COMMERCIAI- C E l’RS,
M A. Lynch. Chairman.
R. STOCKM AN
It. p u l.lì. mi < m ii l l t U l r f*»r
( N otti Itti* Ilo ti M * )
NEEDS 0 P M PEOPLE
<>|.|.. .»«•» .I. I I . I.e w l« .
I ’ n s m l lit . u n iI m - i i I.
UM. Il \ M I V. 1 \MHD\TF FOR
I k. s t » »TUK
I. H Stockman, civil engineer,
>li.i ino I....» In |u i»at. i»riu-t(. • " "
plKuMmi and wal.-r mirk In llah.T.
rpaeilIa lila platform and iiaka the
pnslderallon of l I l e p u b l l c a n voi
H KI.-. I.-.I l o th e Sonni.- W o u M
|i ut I h. pill . U ' i-le. " " " Ma' •
Mr S t o c k m a n lia» Rain ed m a n )
|i le uda In l l a k . i . » I . r . lu- I m » been
p ■ , i . . . I in i«* \ , • 1 .i I
IN IHE RIVERS NOW
II 44 K
A man who ls n u s n lU II) a ( ’entrai
or Kasli-rn Oregon resldent would
II it 111 ratIy know thè tieed» o f those
si-rtlons of thè sialo h.-o.-r Ihan om>
who II vìw I tn unother »»ari of thè
•tate, and In- would ut»Iilru11y Iry lo
Ihr li-Klalutlon ihroiigh Cougress liuti
would tii-nefll hi» sei-llon us well a»
olher pari» of Ihe siale.
William llanley of Bum*, who t»
a randlduti- for t’ nlted Sialo» Sona
lor 011 Ilio Progressive tlokel. ls a
man who ha» grown up wlth Kastorn
and l ’enlral Oregon
hu» hls Inler-
oh I s In Ihls pari of Ilio siale, and
Ihoroughly know» and iiiulerstand»
ubai leglalullon would beat benefit
Mr llanley luts bromi
and liberal vlews In ri garli lo thè
development of thè unlmproved land»
Ills f l a t form Is » . K ollo w s:
III Oregon, ls a slrong advoeate of
Primarie». May 15. l u l l
Irrigatimi for reolamnOon of ariti
An economical administra landa, a tirili beltever In rumi eredita
I I Ion
unii u friend of every setller III Kit»!
Money to make Idle land pro- ern and »'entrai Oregon
Why would tl noi he a good nud
.1 Money for construction rath sufi* pian lo eteri »neh a man to Ihe
er than Investigation
I nlted Stalea Menate? Ile would help
No money for electric power all Ib i» pari of Oregon, and Ihal ls
wlial ls needeil
more heneflelal leg-
S f HMKS
Completion of present proj Islatlon al Washington for Ihe Irri
ects before I hsii I uk money for new gateli seri loti» of thè stale.
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Personal Inspection In Held,
not at office desk
Praillee Inalead o f theory
Personal responsibility f,,r
Mnddy hools are lietter Ihan mini-
the a d s of the office.
8. Knglneerlng problems not le- tlleil Iheorlea .
ST O C K MAN.
Candidate for State
( l’ald adv.)
C ro o k e d
K l« er»
SInre the trout flies began to come
out trout llshlng In both the Crooked
and Deschutes rivers has been excel
lent. and many lurge catches made.
The following llshlng parties were
out last Sunday, and although Ihe
day was very windy and disagree
able. they all report tine success
August Anderson and O. K Olson
Ashed near the Davenport place and
Mr Anderson caught it S ’ « pound
trout that measured 26 Inches long
and took him half an hour tn land
'I bis Is the largest flsh caught around
here so far Ihls season
II C. Cook. Case car demonstra
tor; II .1 l.ove, William la-avlll and
C. It Itaggott went to the Cove and
made a large ealeh of good ailed
This was Mr Case's first
llshlng trip and he caught hls first
fish In hls life.
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Itutler flsh->d
In the Dweltules river
Bridge, and Mr. Rutter states he
never saw Ihe fish rise to a fly so
lie used an artificial
lly and »non lilted hls basket. Mrs
Itutler also had good tuck in landing
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greatest security to depositors in this community.
W e invite your patronage.
Guy FT. Dobson
J. W . Brewer
B. A. Kendall
L. E. Smith
Redmond Bank of Commerce
Cnnik County Field Day
and Declamation lontest
WANTS OREGON LAKES
ON GRADE AT THE COVE
K I S IIIM I P A H T4 FROM T H IS I T T !
N A R R O W !.4 KSCACFS HKKIOKS
MOHN I NO
N u n ilti-r o f ( ìim h I 4 'n lrliew V ia .le S it u
usually strong factor of safety of 32*/i per cent, affords the
V K STF.R D W
K M Kl I K M
The R E D M O N D B A N K O F COM M ERCE, with its un
l e n i r s i I >ri-g..o
Ln.]■•■ !» .m i in » " i k ."i tio- u >t>. '
-. ara AM and baa had m Ida a«p< 1 1
rni ■ in . i,........ i .■,• ilio »
St.N-kiiian came . to llaki-r
f mu ('oliiriiilu. » here lie >» 11 " a r.-»
. 111 .. i i, u .. M r trrtgnilon
o in | im it y
It»- la parhapa l » ’»t known
lor ins wmk in coattrnctlag .ha
Iri.inl Sim,lion, cium ni < ml'
5HO.000 project, which I»
k | i i , lo -.I ■ 1,1111 In Ihr world
H l . - ha» had Iona .-»perlene- 11 » an
la railroad const ruct Ion
cork. t.iiut u to m a ia and « i « « M
p i..- y.-ar» with tha govern meni oa
III i i.-.it imi work In W > ointiiK. (o l®
■ rudo. Montana and fallada, and was
Jin i iiarRi- of ito* roaniroctloa of tha
IHl Mary » $2, 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 canal In Mon
Kor two y e a n hr " a s an an
■ gln.-cr In Chicago on water power
I w ork
I ..-ss law; more engineering
from State Knglneer.
new la » , ls now dune l.y thè rounty
Ireasurer. and Ole sherllf. silice Janu-
ary, 1914. lias nolhlng lo do wlth
hundllng ih.- nuance» of ih.- rounty.
■■trept ih.- <*oll.s*ting of d.-llnqu.-nl
tat.-s as lurne.l over lo hlui by Ihe
As a peine officer. f 11 1fi111 11 g thè
dutlea ol sherlff. Mr Klkins ha» u
record thal any mali migli! he proud
of. for he play» 110 favorite» In ear-
rylng uni thè dulie» of hls office, and
« b e n he goes after un offender of
Ih.- luw he alwavs g.-ts bini
The Spokesman and a majority of
thè v.illng people III fron k rounty
belle»e Ihat Mr Klklna ls entilled tu
a secónd terni of office us sherlff uf
Crook rounty. and If ihe voler» » a n i
lo set* a good, .-ffiel.-tit man In thè
office, who Ihoroughly Uli.leratand»
il» dulie». Oi.-y wlll vote for Frank
Klklna for sherlff ut Ihe prlmary elec-
lloll lo he held May 15.
feature to note in the study of a bank statement is the factor
In Ih c r«-|H.rt o f lite e»|M-rt f o r
. l i l e dui consent, however, and we tadieve he will make ua the
Un- s ta li- In s u ra n c e D e p u ri in.-ni th è
boat ..Tirer in tin-, capaciti that could I*- selected from the many w li.d e a m o u n l u f d.-lln. |iienl l a t e »
r e iu a ln llig
un. id i.s le .I an d turtie.1
qui. tied men reniding on the west aide.
..t e r 1.. III.- i u i i i i I ) I re a « u r e e un 111«-
| W c recommend him to the voters as I mmu « a man of high
IIMiT r.d l s s . fo iu id 1.1 I n - |t 1.1)711.70,
and far -»ovinu He i thoroughly lione t, straightforward w t ild i in. In d is i <lo tiId e a s se s s m e n l»
an. lulustrlolls. He is well qualified to execute the duties of the an d e r r o r s . \ ll.-r Ille s e w i-re .-Unii-
n a tisi III.- lu ta i a iim u n l 11 .......
off ce, and understands road work from A to /.. having had much w
as 1 .-.I 11 . .-.I I*. s i i T'J. I n .lc a .l >.f » i n , .
gg| unce along this line.
00 . 1 . a . . la m i.s i I.) M. K . Itali, o l i o
I There are a nundier of reasons why Mr. Hayley should receive w as l.ire .l l>) f a . u n i) .lu .lg e s .,c in g e r
tu e s p e r i lit e ...u tily lM.uk». a m i was
lu le r l i m i lim i liis I> 1 11~ f o r s e r t l. e s
I f irst We think him to la- the man for the place.
The collectlon of la».-», under Ihe
Second We know that he will give us good representation
I Third - l i e is a man of hia word and cannot la- blutfed.
I fourth He is the only Republican candidate for county com
The bank in
Yesterday forenoon, while going
down Ihe grade al The Cove, the
auto containing Mr. and Mrs Guy
K. thibson. Mr and Mrs. W H. An
derson and the driver. Mr. 1-ewls.
turned turtle when near the bottom
of the incline. The machine turned
completely over and the occupants
were pinned underneath.
wus a Ford, a tight one. and the men
folks o f the party succeeded tn rais
ing It high enough for ull to crawl
None of the party, except Mrs An
derson. were Injured, and she only
The party were on thetr
way to The Cove on a fishing trip
Mr. Anderson walked to Culver and
secured a car to bring him and hls
In tnlking to one of the parties
In regard to the accident he stated
that Mr l-ewis evidently tost hts
head and steered the machine off the
grade. The place where the accident
occurred was near the orchard, al
most at the bottom of the long and
steep hill. The car was damaged to
a conalderable extent.
SI ND \4
Program to Be Given Here by liti-
Different County High Sellout-, on
Friday. May Ifith
I.A H G K
D K P O H IT S O F
S A I.T
P F.A I. T O G O T H K M IT F S
Preparations for the above event
are going forward rapidly, and it is-
expected there wilt be a large at
tendance here from the different gl.lM H l.iHM l I« O ffe re d f o r I..-»«.- o f
schools o f the county. Following is
t h e P r o p e r t y Now H e ld by
the official program:
Forenoon. 9:00 o'clock — Girls'
M. s a in
Afternoon. 1:00 o'clock — Fte!«l
and track events.
Kvening. 8:00 o'clock— Declama
A Salem dispatch of April 15
Order of Track Kvent*
says: Governor West announced to
One mite bicycle race.
day that Jason C. Moore, represent
Boys' 50 yard dash.
ing New 4‘ ork capitalists, had offered
Girl's 50 yard dash.
to pay the state $1.000.000 for the
4 — -Shot put.
880 yard race.
lease of Summer and Abert Lakes.
The offer was made to the State
7— 120 yard hurdle.
Land Board, and it will consider the
8 —Girl's 100 yard dash.
matter at Its next meeting. Moore's
Boys' 100 yard dash.
offer calls for paying the sum in
yearly payments of $50,000, and also
One half mile relay.
provides for a bond.
C. M. Sain now has a lease on the
13 — 440 yard dash.
14—One mile run.
lakes, but he is unable to finance the
15 Standing broad Jump
project, and is understood to be will
16 Grammar school one half ing to have the board enter into a
lease with the New 4'ork capitalists.
17 — 220 yard dash.
The lakes are valuable for the salts
19 Running broad Jump.
' in their
beds and tt is to extract
220 yard hurdle.
| these and put them on the market
that the lease is desired.
21 One mile relay.
An offer of $2.000,000 for leasing
Salem postoffice ts to have a $40.- the above salt beds was made to the
State IH-sert Land Board last Satur
| 000 improvement.
day by John H. Haak and Samuel
The Kugene school board will go Connell of Portland
This offer will
ahead with plans for a high school, he considered with the one made by
authorlied by the people, in spite of 4'ork capitalists, for a purchase of
threat of referendum.
Manager Shelley of the Redmond
hall team Informs The Spokesman
that the locals will play a game here
Sunday with the Sisters team, and
the following Sunday Culver will
Ten dollars per week is to be the
It Is stated that Sisters
An electric pump will drain 800
minimum wage in Washington, while
has a good team this year and It Is
acres o f Lake Wapato, Washington
expected a fast ball game will be
county, for the onion industry.
i rest o f the state. $8.25.