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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1913)
Published at the “ Hub City” o f Central Oregon
RKDMOND. ('KOOK COUNTY, OKKOON. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1913
jtedmond Is to Be the
Gateway for Newcomers
Entering Central Oregon
%Il | ii> m e*«rk «ra
fr o lli
Tlm above from (h» Harney coun-
If S i-.» nf Inni week. |.aa 1.1 Infla-<1 ni
Murin, liai ilIr inani, any explana
nr| n in n i) !•> » » ) <if llia* I» i --
A laillair rni"«alvini |.y Th«' Hpokes-
man from una of the prominent busl-
man of Huma anya Miai nearly
. a l l ) un r . m l r nha.ulil liu )
all Iha. buslnrsa man there hava ila»
ri» In II.-.Ini..Ini n m l l l i r r r l u l r
rlila.1 lo hava all (hoir freight which
I o* r i U n ti lrl|! I») « • • } n f l ' r I im *- no» la routini via Urlili, roula*i| via
Kadmond and l‘ rlnavllla. frwiing aa-
ln itila M iu u lr ).
aurtnl that lha rllUrna of Iba lattar
v% èli r n r t i r
il« m i
I r r t o ln ir t il
l» n liaill.nl r i t i r a »III (Iva (ha llurni
r « lia t»lr a i n f u r m a l l o i i , 1**11»
and llarnay county (Miopia a aiiunra
|m..n«l « i i « t T rito «*« l l l r .
I L . i l . |(«•«}. daal In lha way of prlraia and |>ar-
L| a n «l T r it i«* « l l l r a r r i « m ii | mhm *«| i»f aainat tiratili, nt io (ha (M>o|.t.- from
tha outal.la who ara daalroua of lo-
L u i i i u l . r r l lt o lilr |M*«»|»|r. I m i ««* r * .
ratina lu that aacllon.
puf t i o l r l * i « i»toiliMMttoll«»toa A l r r « .
Tha mattar haa ln.an taken up by
L t ilr pr»« **• A ln i « « I I I Itoli r «ili l l i r tha Kadmund Commercial Club and
rlllxena generally of (ha city, and ev-
in r lrAtoa|M »rlACI«in o r « i i ) >
«rythlna »III ba dona lo rara for (ha
ICrto«l«*r* n f I h r
■ ..ili e m p ia te • '• iiilu g lai M unta i.r
bualuaaa of (ha llurna and llarnay
Advartlnamanta have baan put In
aaatarn |ia|>ara advlalna nawcomara
daalroua of going (o llurna or other
iMiinta In llarnay rouuty, to buy tick-
ala to Itcdmnnd and ko Into tba In
terior via Prlnevllle
Title all inanaa that Redmond will
are a largo numlwr of nawcomara ar
rive In thla city thla aprlna and suiu-
tuer. Il alao uiaaua that tha heavy
frelaht traffic of the llarnay county
paopla will originate hare on the two
llnea of rallroada for overland trana-
iKirtatlon by auto trurka and wagons
Tha Itadmond farm ers' t'nlon big
warchouiMi. the largest In Central Or
egon, la amply able (o take rare of
all demands made upon It.
Redmond la rightly named— "The
llub City of Central Oregon."
HE NEW WATER SYSTEM IS
Fire at Mend last Friday morning
at « o'clock, wiped out a row of
wooden buildings on Rond street, en
tailing a loss of nearly $ It).(too The
origin of ihe Ore la unknown. The
new Flrat National Rank building,
which Is of stone, prevented the fur
ther spread of the flumes Two aa-
liMina. a barber shop, a reatnurant. a
pool hall and bowling alley were the
places burned out.
The same site
t the regular council mealing f i c i up with (be n.-w ayatem
The contrari price of the ayatem wsa burned out In Nov. 1910. Some
«day evening, which lasted until
of the burned out men will rebuild*
c I. n k Wednesday morning,
the was 1.1«.«70. and the city agreed at
the Tuesday night meeting to pay SI I I I M i l .
SI I’ KRYISOR
. ■ ■ .o le in » a. gone over by
the contractor (li . i t i o , in round
\ M i T ill ANT o m t K I I
councilman and Contractor lluf numbers.
1 . tailed tha plant
The city council and members of
Prlnrvllle Journal: Victor Sbawe.
1 of tha meeting there wa>
the presa made an Inspection of the a teacher In the Prlnerltle public
metary différence, about completed water plant laat Saturday school, haa been appoint.! school
» ■ - « the r.iuncll and t he afternoon, at which timo some de supervisor and truant officer for
lie commenced hla
r. t..r, in favor of the city The
ferta were found In the ayatem. Crook eoiM»«y.
Itrst of the week.
rartor had added extras to which
will be remedied One of the
County Superintendent Myers oays
nal en tra ri, and the rounrll principal
defects ta the leakage of that he la determined to rigidly en
onte of the original contrari the
es rewervolr. though It was built ac force the law In reference to truants.
ite for unllntahed work, etc cording to pinna and apactflcutlonn, The (M-nalty for non-compliance la a
r lluflow left for Portland yea and this cannot he repaired until flue of from |5 to $15 Inflicted on
ty n urtilng to aubmlt the ligure» warmer weather
The present leak the parents of the delinquent, or Im
I to Ilia partner Mr J.-f will not Interfere In furnishing a suf- prisonment In the county jail for a
and It la though! there will b e Helen! aupply of water to the city for term of from two to ten days.
" I. lu I be mat
I o *»(M -ra tlv e t reamer) —
rll accepting the water ayatem
An ordinance amending Ihe pres
The farmers and dairymen of the
Ih« e II v
ent liquor license law was Introduc
western part of the county are urged
filth the plant has not yet been ed. read the Hrst time and referred
to attend a dairy meeting to take ac
1 |M-rn lealuti haa
to a committee, which is expected
tion In regard to organizing a co-op
both by the city and the con- to report on the measure at the next
erative creamery. The meeting will
■or to the city plumbers to con meeting. February 25th
he held on Saturday. February 22d.
In the afternoon at Khrcta hall.
I* man who abstains from evil
When your huslm-as rival nays
use of fear of punishment la al* mean things about you. It Is a cotn-
Kvrry riot t>mphaalz<>s th« fart
rrgarded aa a sinner, yet he la pllnu-nt. you are doing better than that rluta are «-sally organ lied and
sin. • I d . moat reliable good man lie Is It li.ti w.-re not be would not that th«> leaders are usually able to
secure a compromise
WHEN YOU PUT AN ADVERTISEMENT
IN A PAPER YOU WANT TO LET THE
MOST YOU CAN FOR YOl'R MONEY IN
THE WAY OF RESULTS.
THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIR
GIVES THE BEST
CAN DO FOR YOU. MR. ADVERTISER.
FEW D O LLARS deposited in the bank
but by continually adding thereto the result
will be eminently satisfactory in the end.
While the present may look bright none
know when the sky will be overcast, and it is
the duty of the wise man to prepare for the
Open an account today with the
Bank of Commerce
and see what a few dimes saved eack week
will amount to in a year.
to open a bank account does not seem much,
IM»W OK IIKND B U ILD ING S
O KNTIIOYKO in BLAZE
IlA # ."
t i a t r I r i m i l a n m i l i i K «Ir*a| » f u . u h i
P * r d i r tot « l i i b g
$1.50 PER YEAR
The Country Editor
a Selling Agent
I Reprinted from the editorial c o l-; reach.
unins of the New York Evening Jour
THE COUNTRY NEW SPAPER IS
THE BEST OF A L L ADVERTISING
“ We repeat that advertising In MEDIUMS.
And the publisher's profits should
country newspapers, properly utilis
ed. Is the most valuable advertising be not less than six dollars annually
In the world for Its cost. We urge for every copy of the paper sold.
Little by little advertisers will
advertisers to take advantage of the
opportunities offered by the country come to learn the value of the coun
We add. Incidentally, try newspaper, and very rapidly, let
that we don't own and never expect us hope, the country editors will
to own auy country newspaper or to come to learn the value of that
have an Interest In a country news which they have for sale and will de
mand and get their share of the na
A country editor with 500 circula tional prosperity, acting as natlontl
tion or more for hla dally or weekly Industrial and commercial represen
can talk TO FIVK HUNDRKD GOOD tatives. and not merely as the local
T Y P IC A L AMERICAN FAMILIES. mouthpieces of
A L L PURCHASERS, A LL DESIRA barely able to support themselves.
The publishers that really protect
the people— the hard working own
Every publisher of a country news
ers and editors of the 15.000 or
paper should be, through his adver
more country dallies and weeklies—-
tising columns, the trusted and val
must unite to protect themselves and
ued agent and promoter of at least
get their share of national prosperity
ten great Industrial merchandising
They must free themselves from
the Idea that the country editor Is
The country publisher should be the private property of the local
able through his columns TO SELL druggist, grocery man, butcher and
His readers BUY hardware dealer.
EVERYTHING that is for sale—
They must give good and faithful
from nails to pianos, from pills to service to their local business men.
They buy paint and and at the same time good and faith
rooting and stoves and lamps— hun ful service to the great mass of so-
dreds of commodities that the city called FOREIGN
dweller never buys.
Thus their prosperity will be doubled
There Is not a community In the and quadrupled and their capacity
United States in any one of which 10 for usefulness Increased accordingly.
or 15 or even 50 great American
The country editor with H H cir
merchants and manufacturers would culation can make himself worth to
not gladly hire at high pay s compe the community at least $6000 year
tent. earnest representative able to ly. He can make his paper EARN
talk every day to 500 or more fami that If he chooses to do It.
He must be hla own master, not
And every bualneaa like, hard ruled by local merchants or corpora
working country publisher IS SUCH tion or politics— recognising only his
AN AGENT, able every day to reach readers aa clients, customers, advis
the consumers that nobody else can ers and equals.
PROGRESSED IN 1912
On last Wednesday evening the
annual Congregational Meeting was
held at the Presbyterian church. An
elegant repast was served by the la
dles. Revs. B. Vernon. J. M. Cren
shaw and B. Harper were present,
the latter on behalf of the Home Mis
sion board, and he asked the congre
gation to increase f50 on the pas
tor's salary and ask $50 less of the
board, which aids. The church vot
ed to comply with the request. Rev.
F. Harvey was reappointed stated
supply of the pulpit for the ensuing
The report of the treasurer. E. C.
Park, showed a sufficiency to pay the
present year's salary, with a balance
on the right side.
The report of W. B. Chapman on
the church building fund, showed
that over $1000 had beeu expended
In labor on the building. The total
amount subscribed was $2878.60;
received from church board of erec
tion $1979; outstanding obligations.
The report of Mrs. J. Q. McGuffie
for the Ladles Guild, showed good
and valuable work done and a bal
ance in the bank of $16.
George Bradley and B. A. Ken
dall were appointed ushers.
Roy A. Bush was elected a trustee
for three years.
Few l.lcente* Paid—
Only 32 dog licenses have been
paid since the license ordinance went
Into effect in December. The license
law makes it the duty of the city
marshal to collect licenses for every
dog owned In the city, but he hasn't
done It so far. Dog owners who have
paid their licenses, say they are not
getting a square deal, and want to
The Spokesman for good printing