The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, July 17, 1913, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THE
The Redmond Spokesman
Hay, Grain, Feed
an d P o u ltry S u p p lie s
Published every Thursday by
H II 41 l\ L P A L M E R
At Redmond. Oregon
SI IISCRIPTION RATES
Strictly In Advance
One year ................................... $ l *>»
Six month* ................................
.75
Three m o n t h « ..............
!*>•
Single co|>le«................................... 05
Advertising Kate*
upon application
We carry a full Hue of the above goods, and will save you
money on every purchase. Place an order with us and you
will be convinced.
GROIN'D RYK AND W H K A T for Hot Food.
W H K A T for Chicken Feed
A Full Une.
We have had several years' experience in the Bee business
in other sections as well as in this, and will cheerfully give
information regarding this subject to anyone desiring same
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Warehouse Company
C. H. MILLKR, Manager.
Ford Owners
W E NOW H A V E Z K R O LIN E S P E C IA L FOR
MODEL T
FORDS.
ALSO
ALL
OTHER
GRADES OF ZEROLINE.
SECURE
THE
O IL
BEST
ADAPTED
TO
YOUR IN D IV ID U A L CAR.
Central Oregon Garage
“ R E E D Y ’S
PHONE
4»
704
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
Lumber and Building
Material
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
I I
SPECIALS:
Cedar Irrigation I>ath, Short Lumber Suitable for
Irrigation Work, Land Plasters,
Screen Doors and Window Screens
R . C. I m m e l e
Dealer in
Building Material
OF A L L KINDS
Lumber
Shingles
Lath
known
Entered a« «econd -da»* mailer
July 14. 1110, at the po»toffice at
Redmond. Oregon, under the Act of
March 3. IKT9.
i .« m ik
BRAN. SHORTS and M ILL Rl NS for Cow Food.
BEK AND POULTRY SUPPLIES.
made
T i l l KSDAY. Jl I .Y 17. 1913
ROLLED BAK1.KY AND OATS for Horses.
Brick
Lime
Cement
Roofing and Building Paper
Door and Window Screens
Sash, Doors
GIVE US A CALL PRICES RIGHT
IMI UHI» W
REDMOND SPOKESMAN
o i r h ilt him
There wa* a young fellow In Red­
mond a couple of week» ago who ad
verttaed hittiHelf a« the "Human
Hair Co." and claimed to make all
kind« of hair good* for women, lie
ordered tome bunlne«« curd«
from
The Spokesman office and failed lo
gel them or pay for o w e w hen no­
tified they were read) for him Thl»
fellow registered under the name of
L J Hall, and went from here to
Prlnevllle. »rating he would return
here soon
He ha» not yet returned
and The Spoke»man print» thl» lo
warn other new »paper» to be on the
lookout for the dead beat
T H E IT H »1.0 TIMES
The Tumulo Tim e» I» the name of
a new paper that I» published at
laitdtaw In the Interest of that town
and the Tumalo Irrigation Project
The paper I» four page* of six col
UIUIIS each, and I » well tilled with
news matter and advertising In hi»
salutatory the editor. S R Brown,
say» :
In presenting this l«»ue of The
Tumulo Time» to the public we are
asking favors of no one
We inteiid
for the paper to stand nu Its own
merits and the good It doe» the com­
munity
It Is lo be conducted with
that end in view (and Incidentally to
belter (he editor financially >
We Intend (o make It a paper for
the entire west side Including, be-
sidea the Tumalo Project, the com­
munities near here. It I» our Inleu-
tion to have rorresiHvndent» In all of
these towns as well as In (he differ­
ent construction camps, and In that
way to furnish news of Interest to
everyone.
All news of general Int­
erest to the whole couiily will also
be published.
We have made ar­
rangements to get the proceeding» of
the De»ert Land Board, and these
will be published for the benefit of
the settlers on the Tumalo Project.
We Intend to have a large outside
circulation and advertise the good
things of this country to the pro­
spettive settler. For the advertiser,
the large circulation which our lo-
cal news service will bring In. will
make the paper a valuable medium
oualy ahowm In Iota of a buahol or
more
Minila
Alfatfa I» n ntee exhlblt ctop If
prepari> giown and «eleeled. » line
«lem and a Ih lek neon of lente» «re
Ih.» prime rei|ul«lteN of thl» crop
The extreme lengih I». of rourae,
ul«o Importali!
Fruii*
Mimi flu ii» »hould he |c|t oli Ihe
Iree nulli »ufflclently colerei!.
bill
plrked li. fore thoroughlv
ripe ned
Firmile»» I» a greal mw’ i III keeplug
fruii
Do noi pilli li a piece of exhlb
il fruii
Ito noi t»dl»ti «allibii fruii
K*pei tally III Ilio cane of atipie», a
naturai wnv Miai I» a greal preserva
live I» Iti Ibi» wav removed. Ihereby
deteriorai illg gr.atly Ihe keeping
■lllalltle» of Ihe fruii
We w Ili poi
t»h Ihe fruii Ju»i before pladtig li oli
exhibllloii
» egelnlde»
Vegelablea »hould noi he bruisci!
or marred In «ny wav
l.eaf top»
«hould noi bi* cut off doaer (Itati 3 or
t luche» lo thè vegetatile
Moat veg
i*table» «hould be deatied dry ratber
tliuti wa»hlng
In ihl» way they will
keep longer and look brighter
Poluto**»
Potuto*** necessarily are Ihe best
exhibit
material o f Hie rool crop»
Above all do not wash potatoes II I»
much better to clean with a brush
Sc I oc t potatoes o f uniform
«lie
commercial potatoes
ihe kind
Ihe
housewife likes
not freaks
The success of O regon 's com pet i­
tion In the Eastern Land Shows d e ­
pend upon the high grade specimens
selected by you
You r ro-operatlon
is ti«*ce»sary In or der
that
Oregon
may demonstrate to thousand»
of
eastern people Just w hai her fertile
soils are capable of producing
W e want letters fro m you conta in­
ing questions and suggestions
We
are anxious to assist In e v er y way
possible
Assuring you o f our appreciation
for anything you may do. I am
Yours to command.
OREGON STATE
COMMISSION
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IMMIGRATION
A TOUR OF
(Continued from 1st page)
TO PREPARE
number of stocks to the stool. These
require scarcely no arranging but
should be shown as nearly as possl-
ble in their natural state.
Flour $3.75 b |
\\Y bave a (intuì Sommi (inule of I l<»ur—
(hai uu art* oflYring al (I h * u I mivc mie,." olili
(it*( our priccs on l'ano l'atout I lourr#pl'
Mini
Kvory Sack (iu aran tm l.
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W IOI.KSAI.K AND K K T A IL
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Oregon Flour & Feed Ci
A H
Pr Ivi
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SM 'N
K. M. OO/.KI.L, Manager
K EDMOND,
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O K KLON
alti I
sin i
A. G. ALLINGHAM
of th„ ownership, management etc
of The Redmond Spokesman, pith­
Bailed weekly at Redmond, Oregon
Editor, II II Palmer. Redmond, Or
egon; managing editor, II || i>aitl.
er R„dmond. Ore ; business ,
ger, II H. Palmer, Redmond. Ore
publishers, II. H. A C. |,. Palmer
Itedmond, Ore
II II. Palmer.
Sworn to and subscribed before
Threshed Grain
me this 7th day of July I'll.l
Al
Threshed grain should he bright. fr'“ ' Munx. Notary Public
plump, and free from all smut, dust
Spoke*man
Classified Ads hrtn»
and weeds, and Is more advantage- results. Try them.
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sin •
alu I
Dalli
p m
rtund
Wines and Liquors
Imported and
Domestic Cigars
Nothing hut I ht* HKST
is
s(*r»t*<l at our
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Oregon
Chapman. Agent
and meeting, Lnkevlew
Tuesday. July 22 Breakfast an*)
morning meeting. Illy, dinner and
noon meeting. Honauis. afternoon
meeting. Dairy; supper. Klamath
Falls
Wednesday, July 23 Dinner and
noon meeting. Merrill, supper and
evening meeting. Klamath Falls.
Thursday. July 24 Resting at
Harrlman Midge. Pelican Buy
Friday, July 24 Breakfast and
morning meeting. Fort Klamath;
dinner. Corral Springs; lute after­
noon meeting. Crescent, «upper and
evening meeting. La Pine
Saturday. July 2«
Breakfast. La-
Pine; dinner and noon meeting. Sil­
ver Mike; afternoon meeting. Sum­
mer Lake, supper and evening meet­
(Continued from 1st page)
ing, Paisley.
Sunday, July 27 Dinner, lotke
selection and preparation of a few of
, Christmas Lake I ; after-
the more common specimens. Other noull
view,mint, supper
similar specimen» will be handled an(1
...... K(irt , „ M .„
accordingly.
Monday. July 2H Breakfast and
Sheaves of wheal should be gsth- morn)l>K
Ere,„out. dinner
ered before the grain Is so ripe as lo lj t
shatter badly, and yel late enough (l|(, u,.„,|
to be properly colored.
Great care
must be exercised that the sample»
f »T T I.E H H t I M í MKits
be selected at the most opportune
time. Select large well filled heads,
I wish to announce that I am buy­
with as long a straw as possible, and ing spring calves.
yearling k t l l t f l
grade with reference to uniformity and mlloh row, from
w ilU m ctte
of the length of heads
It I. even Valley
tlirn
fari,„.ra ,a Cantn|,
better to select shorter heads If nec- Oregon. Mist they may be able to
essary In order to gait, uniformity
Kr,.a„ . a, KO(>d out of Ml„ |r
Strip the straws clean o f all blades h iy a[„, other produrU of
r„ , rh
or wrappings and arrange plumb at throllKll fa d in g , and have the f.-.-d
the tip of the heads
One effective yarf, r,.r im ^ r
,,p , h„ |#nd
way for securing an even arrange- thn, „ „ ha, „ y
fwd|n({
(>f
ment of the heads Is to select or , hl„
w, „
Durham, and D.tr-
make a long narrow bog with no top ham
aom„ „ , )lMt,.ln
and with one end knocked out. and j „ r*,.y)1. aIld , wlM ,„ lv th„ m
a
by laying the straws In the box and
prlre so all farmers can nearly get
by gently Jarring against the remain­
their money out of the milk rows In
ing end and then tying, a perfect ar­ beefing them. These rattle will he
rangement will be secured.
The
good for either milking or stock cat­
straw ends may then be cut off tle, and stock cattle will make you
siiuarely with a sharp knife.
money through growth and breeding.
Tying
I will exchange for fat hogs or fat
In tying great care must also be cattle ready for market, and balance
exercised, and especially next to the cash.
heads. Do not tie too tightly.
Do
Now Is a good time to buy aud
not tie with a hard, sharp twine. A K'*t Into slock which you so badly
large, soft twine Is much preferable, need. Will deliver about Aug. 30th
If a sheaf Is tied tightly next to the Uows will he fresh September and
top the heads will soon fall over and fort- part of winter, and nothing nils-
break off at the point bound.
By represented.
Send In your orders
wrapping soft paper over the heads n° f later than August 1st,
of the sheaves you
will protect
IIA R V K Y .1. HARRIS,
against shattering and also from Ihe
1*2
Redmond, Ore , Box 175.
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stool«
S TA TE M E N T
Select a few stools of wheat and
other grains and pull out carefully
ily the roota showing the extreme
length of the straw and also the
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When you want the liKST MEAL IN REDMOND >»«o
for the MONEY, you can get it by calling on W. j
K. YOI Nt;, the well known veteran
d
restaurant ' « **
in (b
man at the
Redmond Grill;|
Open Day and Night
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