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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1913)
Published at the “ Hub C ity” o f Central Oregon
VO L 4.
St It PRISE I) A T
h o o l l SHOW INt. MADE
p ( . I ll 'l l In the
M d Others Stimulate a Spirit
•I Ri airy anil llrintc Out Rest
lints in (hr County
( l|o« toy IUt of p rit'' « i n t e r »
wati ttU h from ( h r l*rlu«»vIII«* Jour
S n id i
Annual ( ‘ ro ok
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« • u f m u rli gu ot) fr o m « » » r r r
f a r in
ir t i a h u « r<| what u u r ro u i»! r
ilio V I r -
« I « flo r
T h r !lr«|iuutlt! «lu
t l l R f f t » a r i l represented alni II g«it
li nioal of thr p rem ium s In
ita O r
S h a » aii'l I’ rof P rrnrh. t»o(h
aalil that Ih r aralna ami
grass»- abown at th r fall could not
ha baa m a n y a h r r r
In th r aorli l
Thrra a r r r oata that yield ed from
I t ' b> 111 buahrla |>rr a rra , « l i r a i
that p oit So. anil bar lry *u
oata h 'lahrii from 4t to <6 pomol*
par bn ihrl. wh ral wml S3, ami Ihr
baria? * n * h e , i t :
Thr a|Ms tal tirlira olT rrn l by thr
0.*W.| It a N , th r O reg on Tru nk
H allvi r. thr ll r r a t Nortltrrn . North
• n ^ ' m. ami H P a s . ami our
fcMMj i:,«r< liants cl rated an liiiinrn .
kt » of t h....... Ml i
Tha apat lai
luma a r r r non by tin
$1.50 PER YEAR
KKDMONI), CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBKR 9. 1913
P ow rll
by th r \V F K in a t'om|iany
brat »pan o f dra ugh t geld
I umtrr five yrara olii, b m l amt
In C ro ok ro u tily
y. Powall of Prlaavllla v o s thr
K i n « Company p r i m for Ihr
I b m l aiallton
rrr a a a no lh ln s r n l r r n l for Ihr
Kina Company prise fo r Ihr
I » suola rli b m l mam
f i l i l i ' Y a n r ry o f P r l n r r l l l r « o n
P K in g Com pa ny p r l i r for
rat one-year-old filly.
K W l l h o l l o f 1‘ rln e v llle won
I hr W F King Company prlir for
Ibr brat display of honey
Thr VV K King Company olao fur-
nialini Inainomi H<iai«h Pomi I r » of
■ barar for all poultry on exhibition
•lurlua thr fair
f J Hum|i|ulal of Prlnrvlllr won
thr J K S ir«art A Co prlir for
* hr tirai buahrl of ilry lami potatura
S I» Muataril of Powrll Iluda won
dir J K Htrwart a Co prlir for dir
lirai huahrl of Irrlaatnl p o t u t o c i
M m J ■ WUaon a ( priaavilta
won dir I. Kamalra prlir for Ihr
T Hmldi of Redmond
»o n Mr» Mlihrl’a prlir for Ihr lirai
collection of prrarrma, pliklea. rat
f J Humli|ulat of Prlnrvllla won
thr two hora« adjnatlble walktna
ruldyator offered hy ti <; a .lama *
Co for Ihr lira! huahrl of dry land
Thrrr waa no rntry niadr for Ihr
O K Market prlir of olir hl«h arudr
Short-Morn hrlfrr for thr brat prn of
tbrrr fat barrowa undrr !» montila
of a «r
Charlra llaaaolt of llrdmoml «run
dir olir llorar ruldvator olTrrrd bv
Alfrrd Muni for Ibr brat buahrl of
Tlirrr aaa no mtry madr for thr
Itndmond Pharmary prlir offrrrd for
Iha brat llolatnln yrarllna bull
Warrrn. Illrkaon A M> l»o »e ll of
Prlnrvlllr won dir | U rup o lirm i bv
Ihr II W K a n C o for Iha brat
fat 3 >r»r old alrrr
K T Slayton of Prlnrvllla won
dir habí farm aprine »aeon offrratf
by tbs Ok*l R A N Co for Ihr
bral nhlblt of farm produrla from
any onr farm
K M Powrll of Prlnrvlllr won Ihr
176 art of draft hartiraa o lirm i bv
Iha O W It A N Co for thr lira!
pair of drauaht marra undrr tlva
yrara of aaa. brad and ralaad In
Warrrn. Illrkaon A Mrtlowall of
Prlnavllla won tha debt farm wagon
■ •ITrrad by tha timeon Trunk Kail,
«a y for Ilia brat arnaral n lilblt of
•'Shorty” A lim of Prlnavllla won
tha fSu atork aaddla offrrrd by K
If Smith of Prlnavllla for Iha brat
aihlbltlon of wild hnraa ridine
Waaty Kyla of Prlnrvlllr »o n Iha
II li Sdii I l o pair of rhapprroa for
thr ms mid bral rlblbldoti of «lid
K T Slayton. Kirk Whltad and
tirorar Kuaarll. rrap*s -lively, »o n thr
tirai brillili ami third prima o lirm i
hy tha I.afollada Niiraary Company
for Ihr brat fruit dlaplay from (arm
or ratirh omhard
S I» Muataril of Powall Iluda won
Ihr Flret National Hank prtia of tin
raah for tha brat buahal of whrat.
and alao tha I l o raah prlir offrrrd
by iha Crook County llank for thr
l*rat buahal of barlay.
Vara MrMaalrra of Ijildlaw won
tha Flelshner-Myer Company prtia of
a 130 miase»' lallorad ault for th ’
lirai tunda child's earmant
Olivar Powall uf Prlnavllla won
Iha Foster A Hyda prlla of a $26
ault of rlothaa for tha prraon wto
nine tha eraataat millibar of prima
Ho i r l n n l la Thornaa \V Ijiwaoti,
multimillionaire by profi'aalou. au
thor by rhulr«, by th« tr«m«ndoua
«aut« In Oregon that h« la perf«H-|lng
a plan by which Ih« alfalfa grower
will be abl« lo obtain "f««d «r a " aa
rang« sl««ra not yat ready for mark«!
without mortgaging hla crop, aays a
Portland paper lly th« U n w in plan
th« ralll«man may obtain Ih« food
n«c«aaary for hla »lock and y«t b«
abl« to mil al a prie« that will per-
III 11 him Io mak« a profit.
K«turnlng from hla ranch In Kant
ern Oregon to Potrland th« author
of "Kreniled Ktnanre" aald h« had
(»•«ti delving Into the alock feeding
Me aald he had heard both
aldea of the (jueatlon, had llatened
to the alfalfa man. who had held hla
hay for ihre« year» on a receding
market, bul who couldn't buy cattle
to conautue II, and had heard the
oilier aide of I he »lory from the
"When I have worked thla out to
my aatlafactlon I think I ahall have
M im e t liln g n e w to offer Oregon
Idea that perhaps has not prevloualy
bee n exploited." aald Mr. I^waon.
I talked lo 'lllll' Hanley and
Senator Hurgeaa and they told me
that they made lean on rattle at I IDI)
a head than they did when beef waa
116 a head
The producer la pay
lletween the two there la
a difference and thla difference la
I he one for w hich I hope to offer a
I .a« »on mentioned briefly
that he had Juat preaented to every
member of Congreaa what waa per
il a pa the moat eipenatve free hook
on the “ High Coat of Living" ever
The final chapters In this book.
Continuad on Pae« «
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IS GRIEVED AT
STATE'S WASTE A Sign of the Times
L.iwson I h Working ttn a
I'lan to llrlp Farmers
A hank’s deposits and the volume o f business transacted by it
Irw l More Stock
make the best barometer you have by which to judge local finan
cial conditions in the territory which the bank supplies.
It may be o f interest to the people in this community to learn
Wi l l . HA V E SOMETH INC
how the district surrounding Redmond has progressed in a finan
cial way during the past few months. For your information we
N E W TO OFFER OREGON
beg to draw a few comparisons between the last statement o f the
Redmond Rank o f Commerce, dated on August 9, 1913, and our
Stork men Say They Make I .en*
on Cattle at
statement at the close o f business on Saturday, October 4, 1913.
Did When lleef
Was SUi a Head
TUB RPOKKRMAN CAN H ELP YOU W ITH YOUR ADVERTIR-
INil TO UKT RESULTS.
20 per cent
112 per cent
12 per cent
SIGN OF THE TIMES
The people o f this community are to be congratulated upon
the fine showing which they are making.
The reports from other
sections o f the country are almost if not quite as encouraging as
the above. Don’t knock about the hard times, but devote your time
and attention to your business and you will have no occasion to
Resides, if you knock and complain about general condi
tions or the other fellow you lay yourself open to suspicion that
there is some inherent weakness in you yourself.
If you are discouraged, if you wish business counsel, if you
are in doubt about a proposed financial deal we want you to feel
free to call on this bank and to feel that you are at home here.
NO RED TAPE.
FORM ALITY. NO
W A ITING .
All the resources o f this bank are at your disposal.
dially invite you to come in and get acquainted.
F ARMERS' INSTITUTE 10 REDMOND SCHOOL WINS AMERICAN APPLE CROP
BE HELD IN THIS CITY MANY PRIZES AÏ FAIR IS 54.1
W IL L
H E LD
I»IK IV < J O V E R TO PS A N Y O T H E R E X H IB IT S T H IS M EANS A B O L T lOO A P P L E S
T H E PO TA TO SHOW
tural ('«d irg e Have Taken
T H A T W E KE SHOW N
D I R E V E R Y IN H A B IT A N T
H**gi»t«*re«l The Total
W orld Over Fourteen
At the Crook County Fair held in ■ A wall of apples 12 feet high and
Prlnevllle September 23-27. the Red-1 ft feet wide, extending almost the
rnond school exhibit overtopped any distance between Chicago and New
other exhibit shown. The school York. Is the site of the American
brought home 31 prises. $28.60 in apple crop this season, says the Port
cash, registered Poland China pigs. land Journal.
All these apples will be available
Shr«>pshlre lambs, etc., as follows:
for National Apple Day that will he
Oscar Farris, yarn cap. $1.
Tracy Newman. Raffia wall poo- celebrated in all the leading states
of the country Tuesday, November
lft. There will be about 100 apples
Mae Tucke. sheaf of flax. $1.
for every man. woman and child In
Edward Woods, crab apples. $1.
Mary Thompson, best made apron. the country during the season, but
It's a safe bet at this time that some
will be compelled to go without their
John (lrewer, tomatoes..$L
share, for others will consume from
John Rrewer. cabbage, $1.
J«*hn Brewer, beat collection of three to four times the amount al
lotted to them.
grasses I special I , $1.50.
The American apple crop. If laid
Maud Malkaon. heat made dress.
end to end. would reach a total dis
tance of 316,445 miles, or a double
Wayne Chase, best onions, $1.
track about seven times around the
1 .eon Tucke, atock beets, $1.
Bvwtya M U , I m O h i IM ; $ i . world.
If all these apples were placed In
Evelyn Smith, Bulgarian embroid
barrels It would take perhaps 18,-
000.000 of these, or If parked In
Marjorie Brewer, rookies. $1.
hemstitching boxes the entire production would re
lspecial), 25 skeins Richardson silk. quire 54.000.000 of these packages.
The railroads would have the time
I.urlle Redmond, hemstitching. $1.
of their lives In moving this crop If
Helen Smith, breakfast cap. $1.
Helen Dtttemore. tatting, first It was offered for shipment on a
single day. There would not be even
prlxe and $1.
basket a fractional portion of the cars In
the world to haul these In a single
(special), first prtxe and $1.
Marcia Brewer. Raffia mat, first day. because It would take 75.000
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Af the Redmond Potato Show and
Fair to be held here October 23. 24.
IS, two profeaaora from the Oregon
Agricultural College at Corvallis will
hold a Farmers' Institute on Friday
and Saturday. October 24 and 25
Professors O. R Hyslop and Edward
II. Fltta are the two men who will
entertain the farmer» and other» at
the Institutes, and much good la ex-
l»M'led to result front their effort» to
Instruct along the line» of their sub
ject». Profemmr Hyslop will take for
hla subject. "Improving the Potato
Crop, and Value of I'alng Manure."
a subJ«H't that this section of the
county la particularly Interested In.
Professor Fltta will talk on "Forage
Crops and Hog Raising." and show
the people Just what go«td results
can be obtained by using Intelligent
methoda In raising their hogs
Secretary J. W. Brewer of the Cen
tral Oregon Development league has
uaed hla endeavors to have the two
above named gentlemen be here on
the above dates, and It la expected
a large audience will gr««et them on
the two days of their lectures
“ That office boy is
when he la wanted.”
•'That's not altogether
"W hat do you mean?"
"It's hereditary. His
Ptg». luinih» and Man) Other
(I oin I Subject»
LOT UH DEMONSTRATE.
Copyright by Oeo. K. Patteraon
THESE FIGURES ARE SIG N IF IC A N T A N D A
IV nfnw or» Erotti tlie Oregon Agricul Bring»
A perptexlnr. question for every merchant who haa come to the
point where he see« advertising la essential lo hla aurresa la what
amount should be appropriated for the purpoae of advertising. Thla
la a qnaatlon that confront« every man In bualneaa »miner or later. He
may drift «tong with the tide and "grub out an exlatance." but ha
never can h o i» to build up a permanent and profitable buadioM with
in! a deft till« adt ertlatng campaign backed up by a definite atlvertla-
The appropriation i-hould lie large enough lo provide for failure
al Ihe atari
The beginner generally Hilda advertising discouraging,
but It la not a game for Ihe quitter.
It 1» well for Ihe advertiser to move with caution, lie la enter
ing a large Held However, "to make money you mint »pend money.”
Iteault getting lx ihe definite purpoae of every advertising appropria
111 maklnr an appropriation Ihe results desired and expected
should he taker Into consideration, and an appropriation made that
la reasonable under all the rlrcumataneea But when the appropria
tion la once made »tick. The advertising plan may be changed, but
mi,Mon should be uaed In cutting Ihe appropriation during progress
of Ihe ailvertalne campaign.
When a merchant la Juat embarking In bualneaa hla advertising
appropriation should of neceaalty be larger than Ihe established mer
The retail merchant Jual starting In bualneaa frequently
spends about to per cent In advertising
The merchant prince of
New Vork City a|»'nl 6« per cent In advertising when he started In
The per cent usually spent hy retail houses In advertising ranges
from two to ten per cent, depending on conditions. Home retail
houses »pend m ot« than ten per cent In advertising.
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