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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1913)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub C ity” o f Central Oregon
KKPMONl), CROOK COUNTY. OKKljON, THUItSDAY, SEPTKM^KK 4. 191»
A HEAVY CALENDAR AT THIS
TERM OF THE CIRCUIT COURT MADE ABOUT
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VI E N T I N O
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«lu il T TH È REDMOND Ills.
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Tbo mailmuni ^
and olhar mailer a lo h««
penalty la ll.uuu lino or uno yoar '
T K H T — A n K FOH I.ITERATI HF
allrtilloti of Dir» In Jall or bolli
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h k o a k d in m n u s s e c t io n
gnu d Jury
olii Aro bolwoun Juno 1 ami (b-lobor
Ji hn M« l'hrraon. rhargnl « U h Ih«* I » li boni a pormi! from (ho Uro!
!ift< y ut a in ara and roll Indoli* » ardete
ine io iltHiie«* Milllran. «H I ha re
il Itila Irriti «»Il I tir uld Indir!
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Kvory day rv-al oatalo mon and
M a li
Al Ihr May irriti Ih» )urv
Irrigation a l ’owor Co i different bualm-oa man hi-ro an- ro-
bug» 11 lo 1 for ronvlrlloit
ro lv lt iR lollora from proplo all ovor
brìi. ? otti all uteht Jud*« Hradahav» va Harah E Marioli
ibo I nliod Slat.-a aakliiR for Infor-
l lo a r b u lo a I r r i d a n o l i * |‘ o « o r C o
dlar m r in l Ihatn
niallon about Ibo Kodmund dlalrlrt
lla r u o lt
k «’ Kanltiar. « h o « a a acqui!
oiionalvo advertising Ihla aor-
!ad of horar ataallne al Ihr Mai I
felli I h « irlrd Urti ferok Oli «a W II Wilson ami Sialo (.and lion of Ibo county baa rorolvod by
(ho rallroada and (bo Kodmond Com -
Itirr Indiri titani
Ma « aa Irupll
William C llurknor va
M. N morrlal Club In tbo Mlildlo Weal.
|d «III» \\ 1. and V M l£
Kaat and South, la brlnklna roaulla
In Ihr itirar rarloadu of atolan North
C M Canton va Htopbon I ami C Tho rrodllablo exhibits tho Kodmond
ah 1 1 » |M«d front Ilrtid lo Top*
dta(rlr( baa had on tbo detuonslra-
pan ih. Wn
I» W Tarploy va K I* talk ine tlon tralua (bo Croat Northern Hall-
K nm«VI Mulinati and Ja» k Srrlrv
i » a y baa aont all ovor tho country la
v i l i tir trini oli a ritarda of »«diluir ton
Khrol llrothora va K (\ Howloo anot hor factor Ihal baa boon Ibo
Itqn ra lo minora, tiamaly. <‘haiIr»
7. T Al. Hargne va Mary K. Mr- im-aiia of d r a « ln s atloullon tbla «a y .
«naoit. Orrln Jonr» and l«llt*rri
Tho abuwliiR made at tbo dlfforont
Haalrjr la OUt oli hta o « t l llarcuo. illvorro
Sialo of Oregon va K A Huaaotl. land abowa bold In all parta of tho
ree* leanr» and Holitian la undrr
Thr «llnaaara «ar*- ailmlnlalralor of tho outato of Klrh- I nltod Statoa, wboreln thla aoctloi!
»a a » o i l rrproaonted. baa boon an-
undrr $72» borni» lo ap|*aar ani Moyor. doraaed
uibor moana of lurnlnR (he oyoa of
A C Sali foni va J W Joiioa
Oregon Contrai l.uiubor a Supply ibo land aooki-r thla way.
$• * U ro » tt and 1‘harlra Thotnp
(lur root crop oihlblta. Rralna and
•Oh acruard of thr larrniy of a Co va Hamuol Mregg
llonry Tamm va Kranroa S Taluni Rraaaoa have oxcitod wondor and aur-
|||i front J K Morsoti of U l’ inr
prlao whorovor noon, and tho poroon
« I I I h m « lo faro Ih » «rumi Jury Illvorro
Mary J Conway . va fharloa W looklna for a now agricultural loca
afe III» I jov » (rolli thè «•Ilo«
tion haa boon favorably Impronood
(ha' «n i l i m i of n a lk ln i ami • • n i n i C o n »a y
Tum A l.uro l.uiubor Company v i « l i b Ibo pooalbllltloa of Iho IrrlRatoil
la a>’t l>ark tinnir In an rarllrr wsy
•rcllon of » b le b tbo Kodmond dis
Blt> h ami Thoinpaon aro Iho onlv l , l1* 1 * •'* lui ml Company
I l a * kilt» va Holla N trict la Iho router.
bua dora al Ilio touiily Jall
Thoor proplo who have hoard
- V Indolii «¡riffln of Homi. « I l i lic Dot)
li I. Sabln. aaalRnoo. va Samuol about Central OroRon. and Kodmond
in a - barilo of attempted tap.-
Mregg. J f C im k or balli, Il N U » - In particular, are anxious fur all Ihe
Ha • out ou $Sou bouda
information they ran Rot. and hence
( ‘.ululilo Mal Maatro of Hand, I" rio and W C llarb or
Indopoudoul Koundry Company va Iho numerous Inquiries for literature
M* mm | of tha rrltita of adilltary Ila
|g Under f i l o raah hall tu ap|H*ar nt \ K ami \V J llrntloy and Madra« about this section
( ¡ a io « a y Moiri Company
In order to keep In touch with
U h torni of rourl
J Stroln va l’olor KllborR. Sani throe prospective nettlem and satisfy
N CJnlnl.ctg of Slalora. la ai
aba 1 of obstructing an adjudicated Kdmondooti. W II Wllllaniaon ami their thirst for knowledao about this
part of Central OroRon. t>. C Free
on Iho Situa» ir or k Irrigatimi A I’ Clark
man. advertlaltiR aud publicity aRout
^ g irili
of th«> OreRon Trunk Hallway, la con-
■ T I ioiiu ..
K » I iik
llamplou Ijtml Company.
J I. Comba va l'Ino Coroni I.UIU- lemplallliR Iho Issue of four booklols
Bullo. In charged » U h inallrloua In
a your doallnR almost
lo an animai
Ilo ahnt a «li-ri lior Company
with this part of Central OroRon. lu
S C C a ld »o ll va J W t aln-r
broko Into hla paaturo
l.om- l'Ino TradlifR Company va this » a y lie llRuros Ibo Information
^Htb-r l.-àu bornia to appoar for
seeker ami Ibo land seeker will be
Madraa llaruoaa Shop
kepi In heller
Si|ua» Orno a IrrlRatlon Company heller posted and
[ T o m Sly o f lai l'Ino, arruooil o f
touch with Contrl OroRon sections
va A llortihork
aklnic I m o hoinontoail rablna. « I I !
.Alarlo I. Ilrookn va I. H llro ik» than If only one booklet was Issued
|*e lo ilanro on tbo louai rarpot If
« irriti Klklna ran Rol hla ballila ni
Continued on I'aRe 6
Conllnuod on I' uro 4
the : ads that pay
TMK REDMOND B A N K OC COMMKRCK is prepared to make the
beet terms on long Mine K K A I. E S T A T E DOANS that have been made
In thla territory.
The bank haa gone to much expense to InterirsC capital In the
Central Oregon District and feel very much gratified at the results
Through their efforts the rate of interest that formerly maintained
here has been materially reduced and the true value o f lands made
known to thoae who have money to Invest In mortgages.
Before negotiating a loan It would
Interest paid on Time Deposits.
The common sense of Ihe advertiser cornea Into play
to call and talk the
The best Fire Insurance Companies.
Safety Deposit Boxes.
Redmond Bank of Commerce
KIRK WHITED HAS GOOD WARM WEATHER HELP
APPOINTS COMMITTEES SUCCESS WITH APPLES
TO GROWING CROPS
DENT. VICE J. \V. IIKEWEK. ME
SH .NED — I'KOI'OSITION
SO ITH W EST
mailer over with the officers o f the bank.
Ads lliul are effective are the ads that are simple and tilled with
$1.50 PER YEAR
F IN E
H U IT
AUSO THE KEUENT C O NTINUED SI'E M .
OF EX T R E M E W A R M W E A T H E R
SFECI AIE NS O F
A 1*1* LES
THE A L F A L F A CROI* ALONO AT
A HAITI» K ATE
In the preparation of every ad. and Ihe more ads he prepares the more
experienced he becomes.
It Is Ihe experienced advertiser after all
who appreciates Iho value of newspaper advertíalas, knows how to
advertise, ami » r i l e s Ihe ads Ihal count.
If a merchant Is
ro I iir
him to put Into his ads
lo advertise, there are but three thltiRS for
name Ihe article for sule. tell why the article
Is R oo d to have, and then say Ihal he sella II.
An ml should cnlch the eye of Ihe reader.
This ean he done by
so p re p a riti Ihe ml as to have It easily dlatliiRUlshed from other ads
In the paper.
II Is up to Ihe advertiser or merchant to lay out Ills
ads and then he puls his own taste and Ideas Into his ads
tinually atudyliiR Mils phase of his adverllsItiR and puttlnK his best
Ideas Into practice he will finii ihal his ails will
Ads must Interest by appenllnK to Ihe Intelligence o f the people.
Cor Instance, lei us Illustrale a good way to advertise soap.
Ihe snap ad InterestI iir and convey Information we miRht show the
value of cleanliness, use and ml au ee of soap, value of this particular
klml of soap, how It la made and Ihe Ingrediente II contains, ami
wherein II excels other kinds o f soap
In this way we aecure the at
tention and Interest, and If the soap cun aland the lest the ad will be
The attractive. Interesting and convincing mis are Ihe onea Ihal
sell Ihe goods
They are the telling ads and those Ihal pay.
TMK 8POKKHMAN CAN HKLP YOU WITH YOUR ADVKRTI8-
INO TO OKT RKSUI.TS,
I.KT US DEMONSTRATE.
Copyright by (leo. K. I’ alleraon
Kirk Whited, who has farms south
west of Redmond, and one of the
At the Commercial Club "s m o k e r" !
best growing orchards In the Red
last night at Ehret’s hall, J. W. !
mond district, was in town last Sat
Brewer resigned from the presidency
urday and brought some Duchess
of the club, and J. W . Moore was
apples to The Spokesman office that
elected In his place. The resignation were as nice apples
as could be
of Mr. Brewer was on account of hls grown tn any section of the United
having been el«M-ted secretary of the States
Central Oregon Development League,
The apples were grown on six-
and not being eligible to hold two year-old trees that have been bear
ing for three years, and Mr. " ’ hlted
Committees for the coming annual said the trees this year were loaded
down with fruit. Last year the trees
Continued on I'age 6
bore equally as well.
has other varieties of apples In hls
orchard, but be says the Duchess
are the best growers he has had ex
perience with. His orchard is on a
slope and fully protected from earlv
and late frosts, and all the large and
small fruits do well.
growing apples Mr. AA’ hlted has sev
eral varieties of
hearing and doinx well.
In conversation with Mr. Whited
Lynch A Roberts will have their
fall opening Friday, September 12. he said that It was a mistaken Idea
They wll display their Fall Millinery. to think that fruits would not grow
Ladles' Costs and Suits. Dress Moods, tn this section— that all they needed
etc. Music from 2 to 5 p. m. Every was Intelligent care, the right loca
body is cordially Invited to visit the ; tion of tr«>es and bushes and the se-
lectlon o f the right kind of varieties.
store anil Inspect the fall goods.
Lynch A Roberts say they have the
nicest assortment of hats, coals and
It Is understood that Ouy Syford
sulta that they have ever had and has traded hls Tacoma property for
are proud to have the public Inspect the Anderson ranch, southwest of
Opening day, Friday. Sep the city, and moved on to hls prop
erty Monday with hls two sons.
LYNCH & ROBERTS' TALL
OPENING ON SEPT. 12
Not for many years has this sec
tion o f Central Oregon experienced
such a continued spell o f hot weather
as prevailed during the month o f
August. In former years one or two
extreme hot days were the limit, and
then the weather would turn normal
again, but this year August brought
forth two weeks o f continual hot
weather that was a surprise to the
old timers who have been In this
section for the past eight or ten
While the hot weather was uncom
fortable in one way. It was very com
fortable in another, in that tt assured
a bumper crop o f all kinds of field
grains and made the alfalfa fairly
Jump out of the ground and brought
a happy smile to the face o f the
Farmers who are In a position to
know state that
this section will
raise three good crops of alfalfa this
year, and that the large acreage that
was sown to this crop this season
has had the best kind of a start.
Root crops have also been bene-
fltted by the hot weather, and the
potato crop promises to be large.
Oats and wheat will give a large
In some fields the oats mea
sure six feet high, with good heads.
Wheat, while not so tall, will be well
headed out and yield good returns.
weather of August ts just what this