The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, September 11, 1913, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    VAC.K TWO
GRAIN BAGS
WE HAVE GRAIN BAGS AND TWINE READY
F O R THE FARMERS FOR HARVEST TIME. IN
ANY QUANTITY. AND WILL SELL SAME AT
THE LOWEST BRICE. SEE US BEFORE
PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR THESE GOODS
ELSEWHERE.
Poultry Shipments
BRING IN YOUR POULTRY THAT YOU WANT
TO DISPOSE OF AND WE WILL PAY THE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. WE WILL BUY
ALL YOU BRING IN. HERE IS AN OPPOR­
TUNITY FOR YOU TO MARKET YOUR
POULTRY. •
Redmond Union Warehouse Company
C. H M IL L E R . M anager.
Motorists
Did you ev e r co n sid e r b u y in g tire s on any o th e r
th a n th a t of p rice?
Do you p ut fo rth th e sam e ca u tio n in b uying th e m
as you do in b u y in g clo th e s?
W e feel th e s a m e re sp o nsib ility in selling tire s th a t
a c lo th ie r does in th e g oods h e sells.
W h y not co n sid e r th e s e facts » h e n b uying y o u r next
tire s a n d secu re th e m fro m th e
basis
Central Oregon Garage
“ REED Y ’S ”
P H O N E 704
A GOOD F IT . GOOD M A T E R IA L . AND T H E P R O ­
T E C T IO N A F F O R D E D BY A F A IR D E A L E R
The Spokesman
for......
Good Printing
R. C. Immele
Dealer in
ding M aterial
o „ : i a I *1
D illi
h
T III'ltM D A Y .
T H E REDM OND S P O K E SMAN
ri
l/l
m A V
1
Ck I
OF ALL KINDS
Lumber
Shingles
Lath
Brick
Lime
Cement
Roo fing and Building Paper
Doo r and Window Screens
Sash, Doors
GIVE lJS A CALL PRICES RIGHT
The Ketlmimil Spokesman
the
Ml
Redm ond district
P u b lish ed every T ..... h u rsd a y >..
hy
II II A C L. P A L M E R
At R edm ond. O regon
S I’B SCR IPTIO N KATES
Strictly In Advance
O ne y e a r ........................................... * '
SI* m o n t h s .................................................*"
T h re e m o n t h s ...........................................*’r
S ingle c o p i e s ...................................... 06
A dvertising R ates m ade known
upon application.
E n tere d as second -class m a tte r
J u ly 14. m n . at th e postortlce at
R ed m on d . O regon, u n d er th e Act of
M arch 3. 187»
T IU 'R S D A Y . S E P T 11. 1S 1A
full» 1 1 th e ir co n tract
^
^ •»*» I hla
. canal
T he S po k esm an h as revel» ad an
an o ny m ou s co m m u nicatio n telli
ut,oui a crooked m an In bualneaa
here, th a t he la gettili« ao crooked
people »III have no d ealin gs » u h
him , etc Aa no n am e » a a signed io
th e story th e sam e »III not he pul»
11 shed
^
HOW FA R R E Y I'H IN G
IS 1 \
M U K ltT lsE M E N I *
T h e R ed m on d S po k esm an reaches
all sorts of people the farm er, the
m e rc h a n t, th e laboring m an. the out _
side Investor In real esta te an d the
m an » h o w an ts to buy a hom e h ere
No m a tte r w hat you ha»»> to sell,
th e re a r e those am o n g o u r read ers
w ho need th at very article. Many
of th em are new com ers It» th e count*
and do not know e ith e r the m er
c h a n ts o r » h a t lines of g»H»ds they
carry. T h e ir tlrst Im pression Is «1
m ost c e rtain to l>e a lasting one. and
th e m e rc h a n t » h o tlrst gets th eir
tr a d e is likely to hold It
It ta very difficult to as»ertalti the
re su lts from n ew sp ap er advertising
an d how far reaching It la II»»»
ever, son»«» of the resu lts can be
trac ed T h e re 1» a m erch an t In Red
niond. A lfred M uni, the h a rd w a re
an d a g ric u ltu ra l Im plem ent m an He
la a heavy ad v ertiser In T he S|K»kea
m an a n d he h as found that hts ail
v ertisln g In th is n ew sp ap er la fur
re ac h in g a u d brings re su lts One
»lay Mr. M»»n z received a letter from
a m an In lilaho asking the p rtres on
som e of his goods, aud statin g that
a re la tiv e Intended m oving Into this
section W hen the re la tiv e cam e, he
b ou gh t aim lit |3 0 0 w orth of goods,
a co m p lete outfit, alth o u g h he In
te n d ed locating som e d istan ce from
R ed m o n d W h en Mr M uni looked
in to th e m a tte r he found th at a cop»
of th e S p o k esm an In which he was
ca rry in g a larg e ad w ent to the tow n
from w hich tn e cu sto m e r cam e
So It s p e a rs th a t one can never tell
how far reaching un ad v ertisem e n t
la. T h e m ain th in g la to bo c o n ­
tin u a lly on th e Job an d get people to
expect y ou r ad v e rtise m e n t and look
for It as th ey would for a new s slorv
Aa a c e rta in larg e m agazine ex ­
p resses It: "C o n tin u ity of Im pres­
sion m ea n s successful ad v ertisin g "
|f by co-operadon thè farmeru in
Ihts sectlol» can secure 1100 » eek lv
frolli thè ralroad com panles frolli thè
sale of thelr garden produrla. wl>*
ii.it co-operate wtth thè Redm ond
t xiloli W «rollinise In sellili« thts class
of fam i produci« •
T he m an » h o » a n ta to get ever*
of buillii’W III * t o * U I»»»'
ceed for a while. » U h hla u n d e rh a n d
work done by his ’ cal sp a » s ." but
sooner or later he »III gel to th e end
of his atrtng and h u m p up agaluat
;t tiny of nu Voulus
!>««li >
The n e»a that potato prlces are to
lie lllgher all over thè I ntted Stale»
,night to brlng a pleaaant am ile lo
thè «pud growera tu thla «ectton of
thè state
\ dead nierchant or busineaa man
In a town la a plttful alght k'verv
town In thè «orli! ha« one or tw o of
l beni
Som e unprlnclpled attorno»« wtil
go to any length short o f m urder to
gel tinsi in-ss
PIONEER TIMES Ï0 BE
LIVED OVER AGAIN
rilK E E D i i » « E a lim i
IR E TO IIE c i l l vl NTH»
Tum-A-Lum Lumber
ORG AN IZES \N EN G IN EEK IN G IIK I’AI
W e h a ve re cently o rg an ise d . In c o n n e c t io n with II».
I .„ml,, , , .
a l l ..Hi 1 1 .,-cl I I I * . le p sltin e n t
It Is t h « |IUI|
t.,.
Ip .'.l with III« d«parl uiciil su d M l i b,'p.-d II
On th e 25th. 24th an d 2 ? th dava
of S ep tem ber. 1 S IJ. th e r e will he
ataged at W alla W alla, an e n te rta in
m ent th at will appeal to th e m en an-l
wom en who flrat ra m e to thla w est­
"S rH M tltlllE .lt"
ern land, an d th a t will he of p a n ic o
-I M l- IN 1
lar Interest to those w ho r a m e lutei
BATCH tIE “ POETRY”
to ta k e up th e ir abode, an d to the
T h e S p o k esm an la In receipt of visitor from o th e r s tates
som e " p o e tr y ,” sent In by u p erso n) F ro n tie r Days Is th e n am e selected
sign in g th e ir n am e "S u b scrib er " for the show It will depict hap
No o th e r n am e was given, us Is neces­ petilngs of pio neer tim es T h e ox
sary In n ew sp ap e r offices In o rd e r to team and th e m ule team , th e stag«
secu re p ublication of the dope offered coach and pony expresa m eth o d s of
for p ublication. A fter reading th - tra n sp o rta tio n w hich have been auc
" p o e tr y ” o ver we w ere ab o ut to ceeded by fast fre ig h ts an d faster
consign it to th e wiaste b asket, but express tr a in s en c o u n ter« w ith hos­
co n clu d ed to ask th e linotype o p e r a ­ tile Indiana a n d som e of th e dlf
to r if he th o u g h t th e m achine could Acuities en ro u n te re il w hen th e West
h a n d le It w ith o u t b rea k in g down was new. will be show n an d the
He said It could, an d to give It a a c to rs th erein will be th e m en am*
w hirl, ao h ere goes, an d th is Is w hat th e w om en w ho w itnessed the
«cene« they re-enact
" S u b s c rib e r" sen t us:
T h e re w ere p lea su re s and pas
L ittle W illie had a m onkey
tim es, too. In th e daya of old. and
On a p ain ted stick.
th e m a n n e r In wlilrh th e em p ire
He sucked th e paint all off of It, b uild ers am u sed th em selves how
W hich m ad e him aw ful sick
th ey got a lot of g en u in e fun o ut of
1 T h e o p e ra to r Is now very, very Innocent s p o rts will also be show n
sick, h ut will try to finish !)
Old e m ig ra n t w agons. ahol-
No m ore he'll pull th e pussy’s tall rlddled stag e coaches, grizzled vet
O r hang Ills little sister.
e r a n s of Indian w ars an d In d ian a who
F o r his f a th e r hit him a k irk In a r e now at peace with th e whites,
th e p an ts
will be fe a tu re s T h e re will be rid
And raised an aw ful blister.
Ing. roping, racing, old-H m e dancing,
(H e lp ! H e lp !)
with m usic by Addle«, an d (h ere will
he «corea of In teresting h appening*
P olicem an K nife had by his wife d u rin g (he th re e day« of th e show,
which 1« to be given d u rin g th e week
A p air of bouncing tw ins
O ne took a ro u g h which carried of th e W alla W alla C ou n ty F air,
w hich In Itself 1« also an a t t r a c ­
It off
tion.
F ro m th is ab o de of sin.
No soo ner h ad n u m b e r o ne Into
th e coffin slid
MOLI» l,AW I'K A tT It E \M >
T h a n n u m b e r tw o went up the
LEFT FOR ROCKFORD. ILL.
flue
T o join th e o th e r kid. ,
O. A. M cF arlan e, who h as been
g ag ed In th e p ractice of law h ere
('S u b sc rib e r': Y ours Is a helnlous en
offense an d It Is th e Ju d g m e n t of for th e past tw o o r th re e years, last
th e " o p " th a t you be roiiOned In week sold his p ractice an d law li­
b rary to B urdick A M urphy of
th e " b u g h o u se " for sixty y e a r s ! )
Metollns. Mr M c F a rla n e h as a po­
sition with E m erso n. B ra n tln g h a tr
O u tsid e people co m in g to R ed­ C om pany at R ock ford, III„ m an u fae
m ond alw ay s have an d do now gain tu re rà of farm Im p lem en ta an d m a ­
a favo rable Im pression of th e city and ch in ery. as trav elin g legal re p r e s e n ­
s u rr o u n d in g co u n try th e city aa a tative. a position th at Mr M cF arlan e
clean, well b uilt, law ab iding place, h as Ailed with o th e r Arms Mr Mc­
a n d th e co u n try as a section of great F a r la n e left for his new position
possibilities. O u tsid e rs and n ew ­ S un d ay night.
co m ers notice th e a d v a n ta g e s we
h av e h e re m o re th a n th e re sld e n 's HOTEL REDMOND I'R O I’EItTY
do. But one way th e R ed m on d citi­
IM MKCI RED 111 W. H. WILSON
zen finds o u t he has a good town
He goes to som e o th e r tow n In th e
A deal was m ade thla week b e­
co u n ty on a visit a n d w hen he a r ­ tween
o w n er o f th e Hotel
rives h om e he c o n tra sts th e tw o R ed m on Mr d p A ro bbott,
, an d W. II W il­
tow ns, with th e ad v a n ta g e all In son of Valdez, perty
Alaska, w hereby th.,
favo r of R ed m on d .
la tte r g en tle m an secured th e hotel
p ro p e rty In ex chang e for farm land
T h e good word« th a t a re being In th is vicinity. It Is u n d ersto o d that
given th e b u tte r product of th e R ed ­ Mr W ilson co n tem p la te s a n u m b e r
m ond C re am ery a re well deserved of Im p ro vem en ts in his new holdings
T h e ir b u tle r Is of a high clasa, and next year Mr. A bbott s lates he will
co -o p erative m e m b e rs of th e c r e a m ­ rem ain In th is section and b rin g In
ery ahould ex tend to Mr. M errick, several of his relativ es and place
th e m a n a g e r, th e c re d it he deserves them on som e of th e fa rm s he owns
for b rin g in g th e c re a m e ry o u tp u t ur> In th e R edm ond district
to th e p reaen t high d eg ree of ex­
cellence.
Rev. L. H. H arrison , fo rm e rly of
G re sh am , O re , has been appointed
If th e N orth C an al of th e Centr'al. to th e B aptlat pulpit h ere
O regon Irrig a tio n C om p an y was co m ­
pleted th e land east of R edm ond
Rev W K R agan has been ap
could be p ut u n d e r w a te r an d sold pointed
by th e M K C onference to
T his would b rin g in th o u s a n d s of th e Methodlat
ch u rch In R edm ond
„ | y
, a : 1 p„ si.;.- M i ciid.-i » M i l s e r v i . «
p
Ml
► pouf—
I i M M w h » «IC u uatde t o «•M Im
aid ih.-ii» In th e ir problem«, this d«l»art!i»enl will subm it *k « tr *^ 1
will e n d e a v o r to advise ti» r e g a r d to t h « beat m e th o d » ..f p r a t ' d
F o r special Joh« where auch local « e r » Ice I« not a v a ila b le Ik lagqJ
.uc.ii will fill u l . I Plans and R W .p e . IA. «Ilio»« to M l
tag
sp r. lai luatancew s u p e r in te n d e n c e
d u r in g
c o u r s e of
i.«tr*J
a tu !.. ve I........ I • m a l be furn ish, d ltl»»»lgll t h is .lei
In re g a r d to the
F in n |Ub>ka." cople a o f w hich » . ara !
».HI thla d e p a r tm e n t » R I >• able lo g l » - plana a n d sp. d l.gu^'J
an» design Hieiein and (.o a n . h a ng e » tha t m a y be d.
.
designa
Rati mat «« of t h e coat, the l u m b a r billa, a n d Ml. of ,
will l.e fui Mallevi (or . o l i design
Itila hook, by t h e » . ,
ta n ,(
F la n Hook of t h e day an.l baa In *1 a g r e a t m a n y pra tbg|
fully d escribed, also « n um be r of e x c e l le n t b a r n plana
It Is not o u r purpose, b» o rg an iz ing this d e p a r tl u r i ' to rM |
with Irnal a r c h i t e c t s an.l c o n t r a c t o r « In t h e d esig n in g of i „g||
lugs, l at her tl la lli.-ighl tl.at » . »hall I*,' ab le to atil .
••»* r
a r e not ab le to get auch lo ca l men to e e rv e t h e m In thi
a r e e n d e a v o ri n g to Im prove our fa rllltle a In re n d e r i n g efT
t o o u r c u s to m e r »
T r u s t i n g t hat we may I»« « I s e r v i . » t o you In t h e fui
<• t|„
o u r en gin e e rin g d e p a r tm e n t . •• a r a .
T o u r# very t r u l y |
r t »! a i . n i i.i Mity:it t • »x*i* ant
BEND MILLING i WAREHOUSE CO.
\\ l i < i ) r v « i r -•«»•I H n « l l
IK t r I r t v i I n
Flour, Feed and Poultry
Supplies
G ri our p r l r r * i»n our
I ru n tle r Day* E n te rta in m e n t to lie
Held «I W alla W alla Will Pol­
tr a ) Early H istory.
at •
pai imen i I.« aid I» a " t|ue«ll.ina along t h e build in g IH».
\l. Hai.M.I » C l a w f o l d s g r a d u a l e a t . hile, t i n s i
Klour
W# l u i r t n l e r
m
of this flour
<i*i our prl««** Ito'forr buying rl*rwh«»r«»
\U
Will
lftl% t O l t t M l M V
I M IW»/I I I WANAjrr
KKDMOND,
O KKGO N
A. (¡. ALUNGHAM
Wines and Liquors
Imported and
Domestic Cigars
Nothing but the BUST iM served at our place
Redmond,
-
Oregon
Eats
Whi n you want the BEST MKAL IN KKDMOND
for the MONEY, you can get it hy calling on W.
E. A Ol NG, the well known veternn r e s ta u r a i t
man at the
Redmond
Grill
Open Day and Night
Anderson Bros.’ Saw Mill
m a n u fa ctu rers of rough and d r essed
I INK 1.1 MltKR. OUR MILL IS THE NEAREST
t Y(),r CAN <ÎET h ig h - g r a d e
LUMBER. TH a OUR
BRICKS ARE RIGHT.
I '| Wiles South went of Laidlaw.