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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
The Redmond Spokesman
Put Your Crops in the Bank
Summer time is the farmer’s work time. He is
gathering in what must keep him the whole year
through. In order to tide him over the winter
and spring, what he takes in now, must be stored
Where can he store it better than in our bank?
Not only is your money safe with us, but by keep
ing an account, you get acquainted with business
principles and business men. Try it and see. We
are always glad to see you at this bank.
Redmond Bank of Commerce
The W. T. Reduce 1
This corset is superior to others in
the adjustment which can tv made af
ter the corset is on. Price $1.50.
The regular W. T. Corsets are for
more slender forms, and they are per
fection of shape, artistic design and
best of material. Price $1.25.
Wool Pants and Vest, each ....... $1.25
Heavy Ribbed, suit......... ........... 1.25
Light wool Stockings____ . . . . .25
for BOYS and GIRLS
Shoes that give good wear
for the money. The Hamilton
Brown Shoes are worn every
where and [give universal sat
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
LAMB FEED CO.
Roller Mill and
Dealers in Chop Feed of all kinds. Baled Hay,
Timothy, Alfalfa, Clover, Seeds and Seed
Grain. TOLL CHOPPING DONE.
Manufacturers of Graham Flour
iu Real Estate
Fine Irrigated Tracts and Timber Lands in the Sisters
Fine Deeded Ranches near Redmond.
Fine Irrigated Ranches in Crooked River Valley.
Dry Farming Ranches in the Madras and Powell Buttes
Redmond Business and Residence Properties to sell or trade
Come and see me when you want anything in real estate.
I have made money for others and can do the same for you.
Published iv o ry Thuniday by
H. H. * C. L. rALMUK
AT RRDMONP. OKKOON
SU B SC R IPT IO N RATES
Strictly1 la AilvAnco
Otto voAr, - St .BO I Throo month*. 50c
Six m onths.
.75 | Sing lo copies, 5c
A DYER riSlN Ü RATES mu.lo known
Make all money* payable and address
all com m unications to II. H. A L L .
Palm er, Redmond, Oregon.
E ntered as «erond-class m a tte r Juiy
14, 1810 a t the Poe torti ce at Redmond,
Oregon, under the A ct o f Mch. S, 1879.
Redmond. Oregon. Nov. 10, 1910
DONT TRY TO BULLY
D>n’t try to bully the world.
it does not pay. Whoever en
ters the ring for rough and tum
ble fight with Public Opinion is
pretty sure, eventiaiy to be
“doubled up.” Society is a Bri-
areus, and who but a madman
would think of encountering with
a single pair of fists, a hundred
armed fellow! Better shake the
multitudinous hand of the giant
good-naturedly, than unnecess
arily provoke his wrath. De
spise the world if it so please
you - though to do so is a proof
of arrogance conceit and egotism
— but as you have to live in the
world, to lean on the world, it is
just as well to treat it civilly.
Shrewd men who understand
their race, never seek a quarrel
with Society. They understand
that it is possible for an individ
ual to persuade lead and quietly
control a community, hut not to
fight it down. If you desire to
reform evils or to disabuse your
fellow-men of their prejudice, the
surest way not to succeed is to
resort to denunciation and abuse.
Kindness, conciliation, the influ
ence of good example—these are
the true and effective means and
appliances of reform.
BE BROAD MINDED
General Merchandise Dealers
FR AN K M cC AFFER Y,
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Pioneer Real Estate Man
No town in this state or any
other place for that matter, can
expect to thrive and prosper
without the concentrated effort
of its citizens and the judicious
expenditure of money.
The towns and cities in Oregon
today that are prosperous are the
ones that have donated liberally
to enterprises that will help their
locality. Thus it is and always
will be that the liberal and broad
guaged town will thrive while
the tight fisted ones are strug
gling for the necessities of life.
It is within the province of ev
ery town to increase her popula
tion. With which class do you
desire to be rated? Do you wish
it to go out to the world that you
lack the energy necessary to pro-
! tact your own interest, and that
you are continually throwing
stones at your town and commu
nity and villifying the people in
it? If not, get to work and do
something that will increase your
own wealth and show to the
people outside that you are try
ing to help make your town grow.
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can or will do this. The local
editor, in proportion to his means,
does more for his town than Hny
Tho Spokesman'* Job
other ten men. and in fairness.
man witli man, he ought to he
supported, not because you hap- ■
pen to like him or admire his
writings, but because a local pa
per is the best investment a
community can make. It may
not be brilliant or crowded with
great thoughts, but financially it
mul SC KOKON
is more of a benefit to a commu
nity than a preacher or a teach
Office in Redmond & Phtenix
er. Understand us now, we do
not mean morally or intellectual
ly but financially, and yet on the
moral question you will find the
majority of local papers are on
the right side of the question.
Today the editors of local papers
do the most work for the least
money of any men on earth.)
Subscribe for your local paper,
ami advertise in it, not as a char Eyes Tested. («Issues Prop
ity but as a good investment.
J.F.H O SCH .M .D.
F.H . RODEMEYER
Office at Reanime«* 4th a A Sta.
TELL IT TO THE EDITOR
The newspaper man is blamed
for a whole lot of things he can't
help, such as using partiality in
mentioning visitors, giving news
about some folks and leaving
others out. etc. He simply prints
all the news he can find. Some
people inform him about such
things, and others do not.
An editor should not be ex
pected to know the names and
residences of all your uncles,
aunts and cousins when they
come to town. Tell us about it.
It’s news that makes a newspa
per. and every man. woman and
child can be associate editor if
they only will. Never apologize
when you give this bit of infor
mation to an editor, for if there
lives one so dead that he has lost
his appreciation of such favors he
is dead, indeed, to every virtue
that imparts value to a paper.
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Isn’t it better to be boosting
your town all the time and say
ing good things about it than
throwing rocks at the town and
community every time you get a
chance? It looks as if the form
er was the better plan. Still
there are people who think the
right way to build up a town is
to villify it.
The city is having a large tri
angle made for fire alarm pur
poses. It is said the noise from
the triangle will be enough to
waken the seven sleepers, and
any fireman who does not re
spond when an alarm is turned
in on the triangle is supposed to
With the resumption of work
on their irrigating project by the
Central Oregon Irrigation Co.,
successor to the D. I. & P. Co.,
things in this section begin to
take on a rosier hue.
It is a mighty good plan to at
tend to your own business if you
have any, and let the other
fellow do the same. If you have
BENEFTTS THE COMMUNITY
no business to attend to, then
The late Hon. David Davis get some.
once said: “ Each year every lo
cal paper gives from $100 to The continued activity in Red
$5,000 in free lines for the bene mond real estate and surround
fit of the community in which ing farm property shows that
it is located. No other agency Redmond is still very much on
Buy a Lot in
A vigilante committee would
be about the proper thing to deal
with those persons who prowl
around tents at night.
Oregon Trunk Ry* d i
Graded streets , euros,
Water system without
One year and a half
to pay Tor your lots
WM. G. I’HOENIX, Agt.
REDM OND. O R E .
BUCKLEY EXP GO.
Two Stages Each Way
Ia*ave Redmond «[very Sunday
and W ednesday.
Leave Shaniko Tuesday and
A rrive a t R«*dmond Thursday and
Passenger and Express
Fast Fa-ifckt and Express a Specialty
J . C. W ILLIAM S
REDMONI), - OREGON
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies«"«i Hacks,
a n d a ll th e o t h e r g tx id s t h a t
g o e s in th e H a r d w a r e t r a d e .
C om e a n d nee uh .
J. A. WILCOX
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW
Jackson Lumber Co.
Office on North Sixth S t
Suits Made to Order
Cleaning and Repairing
Fit guaranteed or no sale
WILL BE HELD
November m th to t9th
20,000 in Premiums
The greatest variety of prizes, cups and trophies ever of
fered. Prizes fur single apples, Ixixes nnd everything up I“
full carloads will 1 m * awarded.
lowegon Real Estate
On the Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS, HOMESTEADS
» 4t C A H E
W rite for literature.
$1,000 Championship Carload Prize
For the best carload of (VIO boxes or bushels. A floor sjuireof
.U acres required to house this grout show. B e s i d e s thef*1
hihit of apples, apple growers, packers and cookers will lesrti
and gain valuable information.
Ample hotel accommodation without
raise in price will Is* provided.
THE OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION COMPANY
Will have in effect low Round-trip fares from nil point*«»
its linea. For further information apply
upply to any O. R AN.
Agent or to
WM Me MURRAY.
(«» '<► «VI. P
P ortland , O regon .
AND. . .
In the above line we carry a complete
stock and invite you to call on us
when you need anything in our line.
It looks as if the “ roasting”
Relmond has been receiving
from the county papers was a
case of “sour grapes.”
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FUEL CO.
See our New Stock of Silverware
A newspaper to he a benefit to
a town will boost for it—not
throw mud at the town and peo
ple in it each week.
All Orders Given Prompt
That we are showing now—just the
thing for holiday presents.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
It is a great deal easier for
some people to lie than to tell
Every town’s success depends
upon the success of its people.
GEORGE W. F’ARKIS, Manager
W . W . CAUGHEY,
Ground and Shopped
Peed, Seeds, Hay
and W O O D
Toll or Sash Grinding
I.«ave order* a t Buckley Bro*.
7th SI. bet. D and E Sis. R E M O N D , ORE*