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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1910)
The Redmond Spokesman
Put Your Crops in the Bank
Summer time is the fanner’s work time. He is
gathering in what must keep him the whole year
through. In order to tide him over the winter
and spring, what he takes in now, must lie stored
Where can he store it better than in our bank?
Not only is your money safe with us. but by keep
ing an account, you get acquainted with business
principles and business men. Try it and see. We
are always glad to see you at this bank.
T H E
Redmond Bank of Commerce
The W. T. Reduce II
This corset is superior to others in
the adjustment which can be made af
ter the corset is on. Price $1.50.
The regular W. T. Corsets are for
more slender forms, and they are per
fection of shape, artistic design and
best of material. Price $1.25.
/ Wool Pants and Vest, each ...$1.25
Heavy Ribbed, suit
Light wool Stockings .............. .25
for BOYS and GIRLS
General Merchandise Dealers
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
LAMB FEED CO.
Roller Mill and
Manufacturers of Graham Flour
in Real Estate
Fine Irrigated Tracts and Timber Lands in the Sisters
Fine Deeded Ranches near Redmond.
Fine Irrigated Ranches in Crooked River Valley.
Dry Farming Ranches in the Madras and Powell Buttes
Redmond Business and Residence Properties to sell or trade
Come and see me when you want anything in real estate.
I have made money for others and can do the same for you.
Pioneer Real Estate Man
« ag ì .
In tlu* tir-t book of ridilli»» '*'**r
AT REDMOND, OR BOON
m itte n wit< llu* conundrum, “ AMiy
is ii tnllgote like a ile.nl dog » tail
SU BSC R IPTIO N BATHS
lieiiiiiM* it »top* ii RHgin
Strictly in Advance
A trim mi» ii * uppi'iir» tin* pan
On«* year. - $1.50 Three months, liOe
N. H. A C, L. P AMI ICR
.75 ; Single copies,
Tili* Spokesman's Job
nnl “wagging.” it i* really better
A DVHKTISiNG KA I'KS made known
than tbo writer of the atrocity nn* 1
tin* c»*unl render ever knew, for
Make all money» payable and addreas ‘•«agon" and “Rugging” ure uleu-
all comm unication« to H. H. Jk C. 1..
tint I and «re children of a long line
Palm er. Redmond, Oregon.
of honored a neo-try.
E n tered as second-ela*» m a tte r Ju«y
14, 1310 at the PostolTUe at Redmond,
O regon, under the A ct of Meh. It. 1S73.
Redmond. Oregon. Nov. 24. 1910
TALKED FOR GREATER
President Jones Urges An
ship in Club
At the mass meeting Monday
night held in the Commercial
Club Room President H. F. Jones
outlined his ideas as to how a
live, progressive Commercial
Club was the greatest help a city
could have. He urged that every
man in Redmond who has the int
erest of the city at heart, should
join the organization and through
his efforts try to build up the city
and make it the best in Central
The arguments put forward by
the president were pertinent and
to the point, and with the coming
of the railroads into this section
in the spring he advised that the
citizens of Redmond perfect such
an organization that Redmond
would be the slogan for all of
Some of the expert trap shoot
ers of Redmond and vicinity,
have been kept guessing lately
where they are at in making
records. All previous records
have been shot to piecies the
past week. Some of the best
shots in the city have been faded
by an amatuer marksman who
set the pace for them. A gun
club will soon be organized here
and arrangements perfected for
an annual meet. The best shots
in the city have signified their
intention of joining the organ
ization and holding an annual
All grades of rocking chairs and
fine and cheap rugs. Buy a use
ful present and buy it now. If
you wish I will keep it for you
untilChristmas. I have sold my
groceries and hardware and will
largely increase my furniture and
wall paper stocks.
Yours for business,
J. W. Woodruff.
Notice to Dog Owners
Owners of dogs within the city
, limits of Redmond are hereby no
tified to secure their license tags
from the City Recorder before
December 1st. or their dogs will
be disposed of by the City Mar
By order of City Council.
Let us do your next order of
commercial job printing. High
grade work and prices satisfac
tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
Subscribe for The Spokesman.
It i» the motion th a t make* tliem
«like, «ml this* idea of motion dutea
far hack to the day* when the
A rm n language*, now reaching
from the oast coast of India to the
west coast of the United Slates,
were one tongue in the beginning
of its formation.
The root from which they grew
is “ wagh," and one meaning of it i<
the same as our “ wag." as it signi
fies going from side to » do, to move,
to carry, to pa-s over and turning
from one |>oint to another.
This root hos at the foundation
of our word “ way," whether » e use
it as a road, or path, or distance, or
direction. It is what wo move over,
or the direction a e move, or the
distance we move, hvoo if " c want
our own “ way,” it is the manner in
which we see tit to move. In our
“ wagon” it is the tiling that m o m
and in the dog s tad the sort of
• All similar words come to our
Knglisli more directly through the
Teutonic base “ wega,’ which means
both a wav and to wag. When the
root went into the Sanskrit the “ w”
sound, so our Hast In
dian brothers say “ vuh” for carry
and call a road vehicle aud a horse
all “ vaha.”
In ’the laitin it became “ via.’
which we use for way nnd through
which we get our “ viaduct” and
In a!l of the words in all of the
“ wagli” lias gone there is always the
idea of the thing that moves, the
path over which it moves or the
manner of its motiou.—New X ork
Mangka Fru it
When you want
the ln'st of
Buckley Drug Co.
1 ‘H Y S iriA N
an d SLU G EO N
Office in Redmond & Phu'nix
E ve’s Apple Tree.
A fruit suppo-od lo lioar the
mark of I’ve’» teeth is one of the
many botanical curiosities of Cey
lon. The tree on which it grows is
known by the significant name of
“ the forbidden fruit,” or “ Kve’s ap
ple tree.” The btoisoni bus a very
plea-ant scent, but the really re
markable feature of the tree, the
one to which it owe* it* name, is
the fruit. It is beautiful and hangs
from the tree in a [»eeulinr manner.
Orange on the outside and deep
crimson within, cadi fruit lias the
appearance of having had a piece
bitten out of it. This fact, togeth
er with its poisonous quality, led
the Mohammedans to represent it
a* the forbiddeu fruit of the garden
of Eden and to warn men again-1
its noxious properties.
Eyes Tested, (liasses Prop
In the above line we carry a complete
stock and invite you to call on us
when you need anything in our line.
See our New Stock of Silverware
That we are showing now—just the
thing for holiday presents.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
Buckley Drug Co.
in the city
Ottir«* at Residence 4th » A St*.
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
Two Stages Each Way
le a v e Redmond every Sunday
and W ednesday.
Leave Shaniko Tuesday
A rrive at Redmond T hursday and
Passenger and Express
Fast Freight and Express a Specialty
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
a n d all t h e o t h e r ¿food* t h a t
g o e s in t h e H a r d w a r e t r a d e .
C om e a n d see us.
J. C. WILLIAMS
REDMOND. - OREGON
Jackson Lumber Co.
J. A. WILCOX
SP O K A N E, WASH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WILL BE HELD
Office on North Sixth St.
N o vem b er tU th to !9 th
20,000 in Premiums
The greatest variety of prizes, cups and trophies ever of
fered. Prizes for single apples, boxes ami everything up to
full carloads will be awarded.
lowegon Real Estate
$1.000 Championship Carload Prize
For the best carload of filln I hixos or bushels. A floor si>are of
<11 acres required to house this great show. Besides the ex
hibit of apph*s, apple growers, packers and cookers will learn
and gain valuable information.
Ample hot«*l accommodation without
rais<* in price will In* provided.
On the Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS. HOMESTEADS
• 91 ¡ hre m.AL
Writ«- for literatu re.
W ished Ashore.
A gober resident in a small vil
lage on the east coast occasioned
quite a commotion by saving that
the bodies of three children hud
just been washed ashore. The citi
zen* were indignant when after
much inquiry the sober resident
“I tell you they were. They wore
washed ashore by their mother. You
don’t supnose she could take ’em
out into the middle of the ocean to
wash ’em, do you?’’
WM. G. PHOENIX, Agl.
F. H, RODEMEYER
An Egg Test.
Plared in a bowl of water an egg
if fresh will remain re.-ting at the
bottom of the vessel; if not quite
fresh it will rest with the big end
raised higher than the small end,
and the higher the big end is raised
the older i» the egg. As an egg
get* older, says the Spatula, the
water contained in the white of an
egg evaporates, and this causes the
empty space at the thick end of
every egg to become enlarged. The
larger th a t empty space becomes
the more the egg rises in the water
till in course of time it floats.
Oregon Trunk Ry. di
(haded streets, curbs ,
Water system without
One gear and a half
to pay for your lots
R E D M O N D , O R E.
The fruit called mangka in the
Malay archipelago hangs on slmrt
stems and grows directly out of the
thicker woody jwrts of the tree,
which, to begin with, is a surprising
sight to u* north country men.
Often in the leatherlike rind of the
fruit are found hundred* of seeds
about the size of a pigeon’s egg sur
rounded by n not particularly ten
der mesoourp. Many arc the opin
ions about the flavor of ♦ hi* latter.
It seems to me |ieculiar and aro
matic. 'The people of Java and
Mulavsia appear to lx? very fond of
it. judging by the quantities of this
fruit consumed. The wood of the
mangka tree is nbo greatly esteem
ed. The root especially is utilized
for wood carving. At first rather
pule, it later resembles mahogany
in color.— Now York Herald.
Buy a Lot in
6c that trie* to juggle with "wagon
Dealers in Chop Feed of all kinds. Baled Hay,
Timothy, Alfalfa, Clover, Seeds and Seed
Grain. TOLL CHOPPING DONE.
Meaning "To Mov» "
I'ublishotl »very Thursday by
A Gun Club
Shoes that give good wear
for the money. The Hamilton
Brown Shoes are worn every
where and |give universal sat
Both Word» Cam» From
THE OREGON RAILROAD S NAVIGATION COUPANT
Mill have in effect low Round-trip fares from all points on
its lines. For further information apply to any O. R. N.
Agent or to
WM. Me MURRAY.
G e m mai . I ’ asm - V ock A o e n t ,
P ortland , O regon .
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FUEL CO.
GEORGE W. FARRIS, Manager
All Orders Given Prompt
W. W. CAUGHEY,
Leave orders at Buckley Broil.
Ground and Chopped
Feed, Seeds, Hay
an d WOOD
Toll or Gash Grinding
7th St. bet. D and E Sts. REDMOND, ORE.