The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, September 11, 1913, Image 1

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    Redmond
Spokesman
Published at the “ Huh City” of Central Oregon
No. lo
KKDMOND. ( KOOK COUNTY, OKKiiON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMHKR 11, 1913
‘ SECRETARY OF C l 0. LEAGUE
E
T PLANS FOR EFFECTIVE WORK HERE IS BEST
J. W. HKKWKK. RECENTI. Y EI.K( TED SE( UK FAR Y
Or' CENTRAI
OKKUON DEVELOPMENT I.KAM K,
Itetimonti Creamery Now Turn’
¡nit Out a 11 iich Craile
ETTINU M l AIKS OK HIS (H I M K IN ( ONDITION
of Hutter
» LAUNCH AN EFFECTIVE CAMPARÍN OF PI li-
$1.50 PER YEAR
Real Estate
Loans
lilCITY FOR THE WHOLE OF < ENTI« \L OKELON—
(»UNTIES
OF
CROOK,
LAKE.
HARNEY
AND
LAM ATI! INTERESTED IN THE MOVEMENT
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PLANT HAS KEEN' PUT
IN
FINE CONDITION
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Brewer of thla city. Ihe
I f , l n imi secretary o f Hi" «'«■"
irai O ' n ito n Development U m u ». la
layln? plana for an active campaign
o f M M IcIty for Cenlral Oregon .lor
I » « *'•> Inrili «»f «»ffl( n Thn InnRun 1«
|MMd o f ÜM cotta ti«« Of 1
Mártir? ami Klamath. amt r»rh
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«IO II sufficient auw o f morir? lo b«
aipai ini in proprrly advertising
'al OrogOB IO <!>r ou laid# world
Mi Brewer, a ho la In close loitrh
_____ i "Utili lona In Ihrar four MOO
IlH , la noa boa? working nul plan«
for > publicity «ampaigu (hat a ill
beta, rraulla and br of rnui h briirtll
to p ill« an Hull of (h r «la ir
II I*
Ilio nlrnllon lo |ila<r rrllablr Infor
MOI
concerning 1‘rntral Orriuti
to tl r banda i.f Inlrllillnc tinarotllnra
ao filial ab ril they a r r lir lirrr Ih n
will know ju «i w tint to r i p « t
I h n « thn ricorsim i of thn North
•m
Immigration o Q r lili tnt
tat* county much hna hnnti tnnrtinl
br them regarding ron d i!Iona lirrr
M C I 1 M< * M l III I M I TKI.I.M
\IMH T T i l l a
M lT IliN
B l l l a a M ir ile
Hullrr. buyer
for
Lf
li * llobrrta o f Ihla rii?, ahllr
IO Portland laal a r r k durine
Itu)
«r> Kxruralon We*tk." bad llir fnl
lo Ine I n lr r ilr a In Iho l'orlland
Ol [""lati uf Ibr Ihlrd
[•'M ia» M Hullrr. tiurer for l . i m l i
Hubrrta' dr pari tur ni alorr. o f lin i
mnd. ala» Iliade hrr fall Irlp r a r llr r
| Ihr araaon. bui r rlu rtir d for Ih.
• rara' cxcu raion a rrk
" Aa Ih r In lrrlor country bullda up
orr and more.' ahr aald. th ere a III
i a l a r e r r and larevr am i? o f buy-
ra rumine Im o l'orfland rnrh ara
un. and thè Inalllullon o f thè buy-
ira' e t r u raion la halled a Uh drlleh*
)y Ihnti
Thr rom plrlrnraa o f Ihr
jlorka i nrrlrd hrrr and Ih r Uriti uf
ravellllg ntpntiar, alluri ahlppllie di»
ance and aurh drtalla w I I I - m a l e
Unorn and m ofr buyrra com e lo
irtland rarh yrar, Inalrad o f lak
Ine Ih r Ione trip lo thr ritira o f
I h r Eaat ‘ "
and limy « I I I work In conjunction Manager Merrick. Since Taking
a lili Ihr fr u ir a i (Irreoll llrvrlup
Charge of Husinesu, Has Made
lum i laiteur, Ihroueh Mr llrratar,
In liMatiiie a eood. aubalanllal rlaaa
a Reputai ion for Redmond
of Mariniliurallata In Ihla part of Mir
■lair
Thr railroad people Itavi* a m i
Creamery Product
ih r poor (Milli y o f arridine any kind
of a prraon lulo Hila tirar m unir? un
1 ih rlr land arrkrra' eiruratona What
lliry Intm d lo do In thr futura «alti
br lo carefully •* ru lliti«« all ln(«iid
Since th « Incorporation
of
th«
die ari Urta Iti ('m ir a i Orreon aa lo l(«dmunit Cream «ry im o a ro-opera-
ih rir turati« rapablllly, r lr . In order llv r concern, and securing C. f M er­
10 d rt rril llt ir a l i r t l i r r Ibry a 111 m ak r rick aa munaecr of ih r plant, nun*-
dralr ablr arillrra. and tin aie tl im i rroua chane«a for thr better have-
In Ih r r i e l " «r ,H o n
And rteht h « r r been mad«, and the butter m anufac­
la a h r r r Ih r Ira e u r a III br of tnurh tured by lb « company haa ealned a
hrlp lo I h « rullruail (Miopie, for Mr
aide reputai Ion for excellence all
l l r « « « r alalra II la hla i m m illiti l.i over ihla pari o f (he alate and In Ihn
e a l h « r r v lla b l« alallallra o f dllTrrrnt l’uri land markets.
«.«.Ilona In (h r four i ou ni I r » and I imvi *
Ilei « « e n |,7uo and I.kOO pound«
11 In ahap« for uar by thr Immigra o f butter are made weekly at preaent
Iloti officiala and ulhrra
and all o f II ineeia with a ready aale
With a man o f Mr l l r r w r r 'a e l ­ Since the co-operation o f the concern
ei u t i l e alitili? aa occretary o f . t h e and Ihe running of the plant under
I ra e u r m tare r aniounl o f giMtd « I I I the present management It haa been
br arronipllatlrd for l l i r organisation noticeable that all customers that buv
and th r a ho ir o f f r u i r a i O r re o n
once lie, uni« steady distornerà and
Increase their orders. Aa the reputa­
Mia M T T .» T l l l h N lA M IIK H
tion o f Ihe butter exlelida. new rua-
U IT H U H IT l i l l a M i l l tomera are added to the Hat, and II
la predicted by those lu a position to
lim iter K filatoti, a ho haa a ni«** know that It will not be long before
f i a c r e farm olir m llr aoulli o f Ih l» Ihe lledmond Creamery butter will
rlly. «a a In lo a n laal Saturday and have a alale wide reputation and Ihe
alalrd that hla fruii trrra were loadrd manufacturing faclllrlea o f the plant
doan Mila )>-ar a lili fruii
11« hi»« will have to be enlarged to lak r • a )»
Ih rrr rrab applr Irm a Miai arili lM*nr o f the Increased out pul demanded
In a ili»
Krom four S-year-old Yrl- by distornerà
There are now about 90 patrona
low Tranaparmil appi« !r ««a li« look
These
off a ll and a half boxea of applet, delivering cream to ihe plant
« in i« of th«m weighing three-quar- patrona cover a large territory, aoine
l«ra of a pound rach
11« haa an o f them coming from aa far away aa
Aa Ihe con­
arre of orchard and all o f hla Irm a Alfalfa, eaal of llend
cern la conducimi on Ihe co-opera-
a r« In prim « ■ ondinoli
tlve plan. It haa been demonalrated
to Ihe patrons that It la to their bene­
Y I1 IM H I %IM» \ f i t t i l i T
fit to bring In nothing but Ihe best
Som« yi-arn neo III a Western min­ o f cream, for the stirreaa of the
ine I own a man «a a found d«ad In creamery In putting out a superior
hla hotel room. haiie«d lo a brdpoat arflcle o f goods means aucceaa for
by la auap«nd«r» T h « Jury of mln«ra
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brouehl In Ih « fo llo « lue »«r d lr t al
ih « fo ro n er'a lni(u«at
"tlec««a ed
ram « lo hla d«alh by cornine hom«
full and mlataklne hlmarlf for hla
pania."
T H E REDMOND R A N K O F COMMERCE la prepared to make the
beat terms on long time RKA1. E STA TE M iA N S that have been made
In this territory.
This bank haa jtone to much expense to Interest capital in the
Central Oregon District and feel very much gratified at the results
obtained.
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Through our efforts the rate o f Interest that form erly maintained
here haa been m aterially reduced and the true value o f lands made
known to those who hsve money to Invest In mortgages.
Before negotiating a loan It would
matter over with the officers o f this bank.
Interest paid on Tim e Deposits. The best Fire Insurance Companies.
«
Safety Deposit Boxes.
Redmond Bank of Commerce
REDMOND,
OREGON
LYNCH & ROBERTS' FALL DID GOOD WORK FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTION RAILROAD IS BUYING
CLUB WHILE PRESIDENT HELPING THE FARMERS VEGETABLES FROM US
WHO PAYS FOR THF ADS?
i . f a i i i n g
f ir m
of
t in
I N A I A I, K\ KNT
H \*» It F T IK IM .
P R E S ID E N T O F 1XIM- W O R K IN G FOR BEST IN TE R E S TS
M E R IT A I. <T .l'B A H U S TLE R
I .a rg o t Since In l enirai Oregon In- J. W. Brewer Wa* a L ive W ire in
It la common to hear a non-advertlalug merchant aav that I'* '^
doesn't believe In silver!lain*, but gives Ihe customer Ihe benefit i f
Ihe money h « saves by not advertising
l«et uà «sanane this ata'e-
menl and nee how much truth II contains
Judicious advertíalo,!
sella more goods for the merchant, turna hla slock quicker and mah* »
II possible, by Increasing the volume o f hiialneaa. to buy In blggt r
quant It lea and obtain a bigger discount.
Increasing ihe volume of
business d sc rea ara the selling coat. A merchant will aell cheaper, If
possible, because he will thus gain customers from hla com p elllm «.
nuit also Increase Ihe demand, aa lowering Mie price of an ui li •*
placea It within the reach o f a larger per cent of the people an I la
thua i f stimulant to trade
The price o f a commodity la lowered and Ihe qunllly la hotter««’,
through Ihe medium o f advertising
Take Mie automobile as uu Il­
lustration
Advertising haa made Mie automobile business. It over­
come the prejudice Miai existed against the iiinchlne and crest-* I a
demand that enabled the factories to Increase the output and cu. Mie
selling price to leas than 50 per ceni o f whal II was a few year« «g o
It la readily seen that the consumer does not pay for advertising,
aa Ihe advertiser sella cheaper than the non advertiser
If ihe consumer does not pay for the advertising, w ho does p.i.v .
It cannot lie the advertiser aa advertising Increases hla salea, de
creaaea hla œ llln g coal and Increases hla pronta
I lie advertiser does
not pay beesuae advertising pays him
Then who paya for Ihe advertising’ The non advertiser pays fur
Ihe ailverlla'i g done by his advertising competitor
All business that
he loses lo his advertising competitor Is part o f the price lie pays.
The non advertiser and Ihe poor advertiser, each In proportion, pay
for the ada o f the good advertiser.
T H E SPO K E SM A N P A N H E L P YOU W IT H YO U R A D V E R T IS ­
ING TO O K T RESULTS.
be well to call and talk the
L E T US DEM ONSTRATE.
Copyright by Oeo. K. Patterson
vite»
Ail
to Come and
I ìimm I»
S. P. A S. R. R. BUYS FOR T H E IR
O F T H IS SECTION
D IN E R S AND C AM PS
Beilinonil Bank o f Commerce (ilvsv
Kwtmonil Union Warehouse Company
I (.«.«lin g for Itetlniond and
A «»l»l»n c e to Farm er« and
Haa Filled Several Orders
Thla Section
Others Needing Same
fo r A bove Road
I
Lynch
A
Koberta, department 1 In Ihe retirement o f J. W . Brewer
»tore proprietors o f this city, who from the presidency o f the Redmond
conduct the largest store In Central Commercial Club that organisation
Oregon, w ill have their fall opening loses the beat executive officer It ever
Mr. Brewer's resignation as
of millinery, ready-made ladle»' coat* had.
president o f the club w u owing to
and suits, corsets and underwear to ­
his having been elet-ted secretary o f
morrow, Friday, the 12th.
There
will be inualc at the store In the the Central Oregon Development
League, a position which precluded
afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock
hint
from acting as president o f the
The openings o f the above Urn»
spring, summer, fall and w inter are club.
During hla Incumbency aa presi­
always looked forward lo with antici­
pation and pleasure by the buyers of dent o f the club Mr Brewer haa been
faithful
and efficient
Ihla section o f Ihe county. . Lynch an earnest.
ft Roberta have, by being live wire worker for the objeeja for which the
the upbuilding
inerrhanta and
letting
the people club was established
know what they have for aale. bull? o f Hedinond and the surrounding
He haa been a live wire.
up a magnificent business In Red­ country.
He
ha*
brought
attention to Red­
mond from a »m all beginning. The
fume o f Mil» firm 1» not confined (o mond and the Redmond district from
Redmond alone;
they draw trade nil parts o f the state. He haa given
from many mllea In all direction* hla lim e and money to further the
from here and are continually ex­ Interests o f the club and what It
tending their territory.
No »p lie rs stamla for. and he haa seen success
»pin their web* over Ihe door» o f thl* crown moat al o f hla efforts In the
Arm, for their continual campaign work ne had laid out fo r accomplish­
o f newspaper publicity
keep» the ment.
It la such men aa J. \V. Brewer,
door» o f their »lo re on the constant
men who are not all self, but who
»wing.
If you want to aee some o f the work for the Interest o f the commun­
latest things In m illinery, etc., attend ity In which they Rye. that build up
the opening tomorrow anil you wljl cities and countries and whose names
live after they ara gone from their
be well entertained.
chosen work
A commercial club to
If you want to keep posted take be a success'must have a good, able
It will probably be an Interesting
One o f the etrongest
and best
known financial Institutions o f Cen­ piece o f news to some o f the farm er*
tral Oregon Is th£ Redmond Bank of and others In the Redmond district
Commerce. It has become known as to learn that the 9. P. A 8. R. R.
the "Bank o f the People.” fo r It was and the Oregon Trunk R R. are buy­
the first bank In Central Oregon to ing farm produce from this section
interest itself In the w elfare of the for consumption on their dining cars.
farmers and newcomers and make It ; hotels and at different cam pa. But
poaaible for them to get money for such is the fact.
Manager C. H. M iller o f the R ed ­
the purchase o f stock to engage In
the dairying business In thla section. mond Union Warehouse Company in-
It haa always been the policy of forma The Spokesman that hla com­
the bank to do all In Its power, con­ pany has been shipping out all kinds
sistent with sound banking methods, of vegetables to the above roads the
to boost and help thla section o f the past few weeks. 1-aat week the com­
state, and Redmond in particular. pany sent out a shipment o f potatoes,
Thla Institution realties that the set­ cabbage, onions, beets, carrots and
tling up and prosperity o f this sec­ rutabagas to different places In
fur the
tion means more prosperity and busi­ Washington and Oregon
ness for the bank
They believe In above two roads The drat shipment
building up. and not tearing down— o f vegetables, etc., was a very small
not wanting everything In sight -and order— a trial order— but the pr*>-
by working along these lines the ducta gave aurh aaUsfactiou that the
Redmond Bank o f Commerce haa orders have been constantly Increas
gained the confidence o f the m ajority Ing In alxe. and the one sent out last
o f the people In Redmond and this week was a good sited one.
Mr. M iller says If the farmers In
section.
The bank Is now offering money thla section w ill co-operate with the
for loans to farm ers to buy cattle Warehouse Company In the matter
and sheep with, and for long time o f furnishing products for shipments
loans on real estate. The m anage­ he la sure at least $200 of farm
ment o f the Institution la trying to products could be shipped weekly
get 7 per cent money for real estate from here. He also pointed out that
loans fo r 10 to 20 years, and they the ralroad companies could get
state they expect to be able to make plenty o f nil kinds o f garden pro-
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