The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, August 14, 1913, Image 1

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    The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Huh City” of Central Oregon
VOL 4. No. «
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1913
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by I b t l r groat lu ta i roaila a d v o c a l» .
Cull t » Juila» W o rd e n
T i t e r « a«ir«<
alar, i » « » r a I fruiti t ' r e w r n i to hti||i
«Ut In I ha niaailna
O h » p a r i » frutti K la m a th «tartari
on Vi Ida» and un Saturila» morning
a fra tin a » u
hald at tha m u n i »
Ila» amila a li ur aatran m ila » aouih
o r i » l'Ina and a tnunuui»al » a * a»t.
tha aiar r laa« lhara balna participated
la I n I'olo ii al f i l a r l a « \V T h atrli ar
T ha p a r i » thara waa mal b » d e lrg a ir a
I » l'Ina.
who
welcom ed I h «
talh rou til » people lu Crook
A t I I o ’rlo r k naarl» all o f Ihna»
•Ip.
a.I had ar riv e d and lha faaat
ara« aat forth
T h la ronalatari o f a
ah> l< baaf. furttlabail h» lia n Ma»
Mal.' and a « h o l a ahaap. alona « U h
« • » I .-«a ulhar good th in g »
Tha tx-ef
Uta» roaalad In a pit dug naar tha
piai Ir gro unds and tha lahlaa « a r a
aproad undar Iha Iraaa
T h a paopla uf I » l'Ina hail alt at
h!b> I praparad uf tha pro durla a r o « n
pan lhara. conalatlng o f uat*. « h a a t .
Un. Ih », mlllal. rail top. na tive bum h
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alf alfa, lurnlpa. boats and
aU>‘ r i-ropa
T h « « a produrla « a r a
Tar ■ attori and r a r t a l n l » ahow « l i n t
tha » a r t Ion ran ralaa
lu tria« o f
tha r a r»n t darlalon o f
tha
F ora»!
Mar Ira lu t h r u « O liati to a n t r » 3 6o
MM* arraa naar thara. It « a a partlru
lari.’
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Col Thalrhar lulamla lo so on
■limn lo I'orlland and lo Keattle and
Taruma
11« apoka at Hand Monday
■inri Hadmund Tuaaduy.
Ha hallvaa
that in « llin « la not y«t rlpa to rail
lha hood alartloti, but that It ousht
to ha hrouaht hafora tha halt rount»
murl and lha alertlon ordnrad F o r ­
tunately this ran b« dona, for If III«
|x*iliton la lura« anouah lh « court
will hava lo ordar au election
Col
That, her »11 b« hark In this section
early In November and make some
■iririressra In favor of bondlna tha
iOUUly, and It la likely will apeak
ai I'rlnevlll«, Iterimond and Band.
Col Thatrhar la a aood s|>«akar
and ran tail tha beat atorlaa that
hava bean told In thla section In a
Iona lima
(1. P. I'utam of Hand neat apoka
on lha rilRteuIttaa o f a«tt!us any­
thin« don« In this county aud on tha
•let„oustration farms In particular
Mr. Havla of froareut licit ad­
dressed tha meetlns on the oppor­
tunities thla Central (Iraaon realou
enjoya and doe« not taka advantaa«
of.
W li Harnea of lalillaw, sa a di­
rector of th e County (iood Koada Aa-
aorlatlon. save some facta In regard
to tha work balna dona, but said ha
would leave th e main pait to Mr.,
l.ynrh. th e praaldant
lia Invitad all
to roma to lha Aarlrultural and In­
dustrial Pair at Ijiidlaw, October 2
lha uiaaaaaa uf good ruada lhal ha
hrlnaa
In ordar lo ailaiid Ilia moat
Ilia al U l'lna ha turnad dowu two
othar lni lint lona, otia to a ban*|u#*t
at Oakland
Tha tnaatlna « a » rallad lo untar
about
o'rlork and tha Aral aitaakar
on tha proaiiim » a a Juda« William S
W urdan of Klamath rount» lia aava
a abort hlator» of road hulldlna In
that aeetton, talllua of lha troubla
from lha lark of a law lo proraad
undar and tha opposition uf knork-
ara
Ha said lhal In tha laat two
»rara 6(>0 mllaa of roail hava baau
M A l.ynrh of Kediuond. presi­
built, aubatantlal ami iiarmanant.
dent of the Crook County Oood
aultabla for
an»
kind of t raffs
Itoada Association, aava a history of
About Moo.mu, has liaan apatil on
the association and o f tha work It
ruada In Klamath rotinl» and nail
la dolha
Arrordln« to IHshway e n ­
»aar. asid Mr Wordan, honda will h«’
gineer Mnwlby the $200.000 to ha
volad for (bat murh mora
In mu
voted on will build a north and south
rliulina ha inlrodui •••! Col Thalrhar
road, permanent, and with good
lo lha tuaallna
grades
The amount available each
Col Thalrhar Aral aava an arroout
year fur road work I» about $70.000
of lha dIRarant national highway» ha
After paying lha
Interest
on tha
la workina on Tha ona of lhaaa lhal
honda $68,000 will ha left for w ork­
» I I I prohabl» ha Aral romplatail la
ing on east and west road» and loral
lha l.inroln Highway from Waahinr-
roads
*
ion, l> <*., lo San Franclaro
Thla
The
Immediate
work of she Oood
will lx* rompía,ad In lima for lha
fair In lltl 6 Tha araataat of lhaaa Koada Association la marking the
A map will
highway». how w a r . la tha Waahlna' . corner» and cross road«
ion National lllsh w a». from N a « lx- made shortly, large enough to
York to Portland, via Chlrnao. rroas «how everything on all th» ronda In
Ins tha Itorklaa III W»omllia at tha the county and the county rourl will
Ipwaat paaa In lha
I'nllad Stataa. he a, kail lo appropriate money to
llirouah lioiaa. U k a v l e * . I .a I'lna mark all lha ruada Thla la one of the
and follow Ins tha roula of lha I’ a 1 main things that travelers through
rIAr llls h w a » Ihrouah Crook count» hare rompíalo about.
Finally
Hob
Oathergnod.
the
lo Tha Hallaa ami lo I'orlland
In
hla opinion lha Irira uf pulllna lha "c h e f * who roasted the beef, waa
1‘ arlAr Hlahwa» ovar tha mounlalna brought forward and Introduced to
In Southern (Iraaon was foollah Tha the r n tv d
Thus concluded the barbecue at
haat and onl» prui tirnl roula. ha snld.
waa Ihrouah IVnlrul (Iraaon aa U fin e, an event that will be re­
map|x*d toil b> tha Crook Count» mem herad by many with pleasure
There were be­
tlooil Koada Association. nnd paaalna for a long time
Ihrouah Klamnth on tha road already tween 260 and 300 people present,
to
competent
Judaea
built thara
Tha hanaAt thla would arrordlna
do thla auction, salil Col Thatrhar, About 160 o f theae registered In lha
could not lx* ralrulalail
Inataail of book provided for that purpose.
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tltnal»
f T l i r araat avant o f tha m o n i In a
ho wever. « a a tha a rlv al o f C o l o n » )
Cfc . 'Ina W T h atrh ar
Ila rama, aa
ha haa trav ail'd fo r lha past I I »aara
la a lllt la sprilla «B au li dra wn li»
t t " titila m ula»
On tha bark o f hla
V » . in ha haa a laraa r rala . Aliad
With various o d d « and anda, tin rana.
Mhtaaahoas. « I r a . atlrka. atr . that ha
Ma« tricked up f ro m tha road Hraaaa.l
la kahkl pants, rad awaator and
f h r . i u r o » roat, ha la a v a r » plr- Italns an expenditure. It 1« an Invest-
I h t * H ina (lau ra, but whan ha »peaks, matit that will pay mora than n hun­
• a . foraala that and thinks o n l » o f it rad per rani In a vary faw yaara
$1.50 PER YEAR
Don’t Depend
on Memory
THE CHANCES ARE THAT FOUR OR FIVE MONTHS
AFTER YOU PAY A BILL, YOU FORGET' ABOUT IT.
SUPPOSE THAT SAME BILL SHOULD BE PRESENTED
TO YOU—POSSIBLY YOU COULD REMEMBER ABOUT
PAYING IT. BUT NINE OUT OF EVERY DOZEN BILLS
YOU PAY. YOU FORGET ABOUT IN SIX MONTHS.
SOME YOU COULD NOT RECALL IN SIX WEEKS. PAY
ALL BILLS BY CHECK—FILE YOUR CHECKS. SIX
YEARS AFTERWARD YOU CAN TURN TO THE CHECKS,
IF NECESSARY. AND PRODUCE UNDISPUTABLE EVI­
DENCE OF EVERY BILL PAID. WE WILL BE PLEASED
TO EXPLAIN 0THF:R ADVANTAGES OF THE CHECK­
ING SYSTEM TO YOU. IT IS A DREADFUL THING
WHEN IDLENESS, SICKNESS OR DEATH COMES AND
THERE IS NO MONEY AHEAD. WE URGE YOU TO
AVOID ANY SUCH SITUATION. OPEN AN ACCOUNT
WITH US. EVEN IF IT IS ONLY FT)R ONE DOLLAR.
MAKE THE START TO SAVE. IT MEANS INDEPEND­
ENCE FOR YOU.
Redmond Bank of Commerce
R E D M O N I),
O R E G O N
llefore an audience of several hun-
('onllnued on Page 4
EVOLUTION OF ADVERTISING
COliONKI. ( IIAKI.KS W. TH \TCHKK.
HPOKK IN K K D M O M ) T IK H D A Y
Huallieaa methods are ronttnonlly changing
Within lha memory
o f many of the active buslneaa men of today a reul evolution haa taken
place
A few years ago lhara waa a ready market for manufactured
products. Thla waa because our population waa not ao large and the
demand easily exhausted the supply.
Hut Increasing population. In-
creaalng faclorlea. and greater competition have changed the situa­
tion. Today the manufacturer la endeavoring, through advertising,
to rreate a demand for hla goods, na he nnd« local dealers nr« anxious
lo carry In slock good« of recognised i|uallty, for which there la a
demand.
Allhough the manufacturer haa been creating a demand for hla
product through a big advertising campaign it la up to the local mer­
chant lo carry on the advertising campaign In hla community, anil not
only handle good» of quality, hut to l>e strong In telling of their
merlin.
While bualne-is haa been developing, advertising, aa a part of busi­
ness. has undergone great change«. AlmiU lift» year« ago It was con­
sidered conlrary lo hualueaa ethics lo solicit a customer away from a
competitor. From then to now la only a «hurt «pan o f years, and yet
today about 11,000,000.000 la spent annually In advertising, t'ompe-
llllon haa becom* very aliarp In the advertising Held and lo he a suc­
cessful advertlaer requires «kill. The spasmodic, wasteful advertis­
ing o f yeaterday la giving way lo the persistent and systematic adver­
tising of today.
The time la fast approaching when the persistent and systematic
advertiser la going to get the business
II may not come today or to­
morrow, but II la Just a» certain to come na death Itself Kvery mer­
chant who desires lo keep abreast o f changing bualneaa methods w ill
make It a pari or hla business to study advertising, or he will wake up
some morning nnd find he Is outclnaaed nnd outdistanced.
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dull o f comprehension.
The talk o f the colonel’s opened
November, they must have been very
the eyes of his hearers to the many
advantages that will accrue to Crook
county and all the residents here
with the advent of good roads. His
talk was one o f the best boosts good
roads has ever received in this sec­
tion. and the moral Is:
Vote for bonding the county for
1200.000 tn November.
B A T T L E OK GKTTYSBI R4J
AT THK SP.AHKS A l til ST IN
AITHKNCK KOI» OVKR AN HOI R I.ISTKNINti TO HIS KKKKC-
TIVK T A L K A H O I T THK NKKI>
IN ( HOOK C O I N T V .
It was a good natured and patient
crowd that awlted the advent of
Colonel Charles W . Thatcher Tues­
day night at the band stand, to listen
to him tell about good roads. The
colonel was a little late In arriving
In this city, but the crowd was en­
tertained by the Kedmond band while
awaiting hla arrival. The event waa
scheduled for 8 o'clock, but It was
an hour later before Mr. Thatcher
and M. A. I.ynch of this city, presi­
dent of the Crook County Oood
Koada Association, arrived at the
band stand, where the speaking waa
to he held.
In a few well chosen remarks Mr
I.ynch outlined what the object of
the Oood Koada Association was.
salil a few words about what a benefit
It would be to Crook county If the
county would bond for $200,000 In
November for good roads, and then
Introduced Col. Thatcher.
While the colonel’s outward ap­
pearance la not Impressive. It does
not take him more than a couple
o f mlnutea to get hla audience In
touch with him on hla subject, which
la "good roads” first, last and all
the time. For an hour Mr. Thatcher
OK
IM PROVIN G
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HOADS
The Battle o f Gettysburg, depict­
ing the bloodiest battle ever fought
in the world, will be shown at the
Sparks
Theater
Friday
evening.
August 15. This feature will be for
one night and the show will start
at 8 o ’clock prompt, as two shows
will have to be given to accommodate
the large crowd that will be in at­
ten d an t If you want to see one of
the historic picture« of the civil war
this will be the chance for you.
Same price of admission.
talked good roads, explained the
benefits
the
whole
community
would derive from good roads, and
proved by facts and flgures that by
voting for bonding the county for
$200,000. which can be done under
the new law. that every man. woman
and child In Crook county would be IIKNIt ROOMING HOI’SK
K I R N S W ITH *4..VM> I.OSS
benelltted.
He clearly pointed out that by the
bonding
proposition all
property
Fire at 4 o'clock last Wednesday
owners would be paying their just morning destroyed the two-story
burden o f the cost o f improving the frame Evergreen Rooming House,
roads, and that the whole cost would owned by H. D. Brown.
The loss
not fall on the farmer, as would be Is $4.500. with insurance of |4,SMM
the case with direct taxation.
He Some o f the guests In the house had
went on to tell o f the Increased narrow escapes, as the (lames had
value o f the land made possible with gained great headway before being
good roads: the large amount of discovered, and they lost all their
money that would come Into this sec­ | personal belongings. The Ore o rig i­
tion from tourists and others when nated In one o f the vacant rooms
the roads were put In condition and front a stove. It Is supposed.
Mr.
the Lincoln Highway, the proposed Brown will rebuild of brick or stone.
national highway through the state,
waa completed.
Husband — Y o u
have changed
Col. Thatcher’s talk was plain and washerwomen. I see.
to the j»olnt, and If there was anyone
W ife — Yes. How do you know?
In his audience who did not under­
Husband — instead
of
getting
stand that It Is to the Interest of Brown. Jones and Robinson's shirts.
every property owner In the county I am getting some strange garments
to vote for the bonding issue in , I never wore before.