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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1896)
; Wood Yard!
W A NI ED — 1 desire to cor
Weie they afraid we would not
respond with Oregon parties
pay our debts?
vlio may be able to supply
No, they were afraid we would.
tue wi h choice Indian relics
That would stop interest and spec such as spearheads, arrow he... s. stone j
wEDNK8bAY O< TOBER.
nines eet. W rile me. telling m* what
ulations in bonds.
,,'u i.'.ve, Ad.lre.o II. I' IU»OI.T.>», ,
It would make the people free J
Very I lot Stull'
Good cord wood delivered on short notice and at Reasonable Rates.
Two Rivers. Wscotistn. I
The following very convincing; If they could take away the right
Leave orders at Worthington’s Drug Store
document w being distributed by ; to pay in silver, they knew the peo
fob harnky county .
the thousand by commercial men: j ple Could never pay in gold.
Prices would go down; gold
Money is intended to be a medi
l wou'd go up; and that it would re-1
um of exchange-
It is made for the Hse of the | quire more and more labor and O. B Dingle, — Diamond. Oregon,
I stuff to buy the same amount of' i ILS’. Morns.
people in buving and selling.
The original system was to make
Now a little gold in the hands of,
men is the only measure of
gold and silvtr coir, for the people I
c Ä SWEEK,
It measures everything,
a« they brought the metal to the
ATTO UNE Y AT-LAW,
mint. The metal was theirs and
The silver dollar was stolen in
the money was theirs.
1873. When the people found it Burn«,
Alexander Hamilton advised the out they demanded that it be given
system adopted by congress.
Ridgpath, the historian, says-
The ratio was finally made 16 to
“As the time for resumption drew
1— sixteen ounces of silver equal to near and the people learned that
one ounce of gold for coinage pur they could no longer pay a debt in
poses. The ratio was substantially silver, the erv went up ill over the ONTARIO
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maintained for 80 years, as it had land for the remonetization of sil
been for 100 years and more. The
Did they get back the silver dol
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE,
ratio of production made no differ lar?
ence. For the first 25 years under
GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
No. They said we will buy you i lllfl (J llllll»
the double standard there was$3| some silver dollars. Now they say 1
Located first block East of Church.
of silver produced in the world for, to us your silver dollar is a fiftV- REAL ESTATi AGENT.
W. H. C anaday , Manager.
$1 of gold. During the last 25 cent dollar, We sav, give back th.* j
years there was $3 of gold to $1 ol dollai vou stole from us. That was
a good dollar, worth 100 cents, tin-1
silvtr. but our money was not dis der free coinage laws Thev say |
they can’t do it. And when we
Bimetallism is the free and un want to know why, they say that ¡Jjrl’raetices before U- 8. Land Office.
limited coinage of the two money England will not let them do it.
We have made laws without
metals, at a ratio fixed by law.
England’s consent, for more than
It i» not a new thing.
It is not a visionary scheme.
Rut they say England will not.
It is approved bv Prof. Andrews, lend us any money. We will make,
of Brown’s University; Prof. Arendt ourown money
They say that England will not'
of Germany; W. H. Grenfeld, M
sell us anv goods. Then we w'l*| Office
P., and many others
buy American goods with American ,
Whv d'd we change?
They do not sav that England I
The people have never heard
good reasons for it, but history tells will not buv our goods, for they do
not believe such trash, ami that she
has been buying wheat in India
We bad a“war. We went into with our cheap silver for a long
MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Guns
debt. Had to. The war debt was time. We lost on the silver and
thev made on the wheat.
»> DR. D. B. CRTE
funded in United States bonds.
eta. repaired promptly and satisfactory.
Our creditors turned this gold
that England will not sell us any
Every kind of first class Dentistry
into paper to buv our debt—with goods for our silver when they
done or short notice and in a work
$1 of gold thev bought $2 85 of our claim that they want a protective
tariff'so high that other countries j manlike manner.
Soon after the war they raised cannot drive our manufacturers out
of business. They are not con
the question of public credit.
Congress pledged for the people
We have been trying to do busi
in 1869 they would pay their debt ness on a falling market for a long
. . Work
Coin at that time was silver and
gold. 16 to 1.
Give us free silver and a rising I
What was the matter with our market, and we will become a free
people, as w • ought to be.
C. H. VOEGTLY,
Cheap tor Cash.
ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS MFG. CO.
Have Hold To Conaumem For 22 Years,
gavina them the dealers' profits. We are the Oldest
and l«ar<**At manufacturer* In Ametira selling
thi-4 way. Ship subject tu approval. Hr pot/ freight
both ways if not aati * facto rv- Everything war.
ranted. Why pay an Agent tlO to S60 to order for
you! Write voùr own order. Boxing free. We
t»»ke all the risk of damage in shipping.
No. 1. Farm Harness.
No. 13V. Road Wagon.
Spring Wagons, S3Oto$45. Guarantee*!
Mine *» tell Tor MO to •*&. 11 atylc« of Road
Wagons. Surreys «Ith long fender», *60, (Eft
aonie aaaell forgiò to lino Top Burgles ar low T——
a. *35. Phaetons ad low a« *65.
First door south of Post Office.
B urns , O regon .
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90style«. Single, Double and Farm. Ri ling Saddles,
z Bridle* and Uy Nets »send 4
iu ktanpa to
L j»ay postage, 112 pa ye ratal »true.
No. 41 V.'a»x.,
Gives the choice of two transcontinental
W. B. PRATT, Secretary. Elknart, Ind.
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and bt.MMl builder. Make, the pale and puny strong and til urn*.
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paid, w-OXa wrtttm ¡rutrt'itrr ormrmtynfur'lrd. Wrtlenr.fi
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for solo In Burna. Oree., by II. M. 11URTON, Druggist.
and ST. PAUL
Low ruten tn all
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and OM \|| A
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leave Portland every 5 days for
For full di-tflih ch || on O R A N
Agent. Baker City, or addreM
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water Supply Goods
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