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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 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.
T II E
Redmond Bank of Commerce
TheW. T. Reduce U
This corset is superior to others in
the adjustment which can be made af-
ter.’the corset is on. Trice $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 ran ts and Vest, each
Heavy Ribbed, suit ..........
Light wool Stockings..... ................. 25
0Y 1 % ^
for BOYS and GIRLS
Shoes that give good wear
for the money. The Hamilton
Brown Shoes are worn every
where and [give universal sat
General Merchandise Dealers
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
LAMB FEED CO.
R e d m o n d , O re g o n
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
in 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.
Pioneer Real Estate Man
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Publish«! every Thursday by
The Spokesman’s Job
Printing p le a s e s .
II. H. A C . !.. PA I.MICH
AT RBDMON’ n , OKFUON
Make all moneys payable and address
all communication* to It. H. Ji C. L.
i Palmer, Redmond, Oregon.
Entered as second-class m atter Ju.y
14. 1910 at the Poatulftn at Redmond.
Oregon, under the Act of Mch. S. 1 S7T>.
Redmond, Oregon, Nov. 17, 1910
RIGHT TIME TO DO
A Few Solid Hunks of Ad
vice on This Import
There is nothing on earth so
mysteriously strange in its scope
as a newspaper advertisement.
The prime, tirst, last, and all the
time object of an advertisement
is to draw custom. It is not, was
not and never will lie designed
for any other purpose.
Some merchants wait until the
busy season comes and their
stores are so full of customers
that the merchant can’t get his
hat off. and then he rushes to the
newspaper and puts in his adver
When the dull season comes
along and there is no trade and
he wants to sell so had he can’t
pay his rent, he takes out his ad
vertisement. That is, some of
them do. But occasionally a lev
el headed merchant puts in a big
ger advertisement and scoops in
all the business while his neigh
bors are making mortgages to
pay the gas bill.
There are times when you
couldn't stop people from buying
everything in the store if you
planted a cannon behind the
door, and that’s the time the ad
vertisement is sent out on its
holy mission. It makes light
work for the ad, for a chalk sign
on the sidewalk would do all that
was needed, and have a half a
holiday six days in the week.
But who wants to favor an ad
vertisement? Th^y are built to
do hard work, and should be sent
out in dull days when a customer
has to be knocked down with hard
facts and kicked insensible with
bankrupt reductions and dragged
in with irresistable slaughter of
prices before be will spend a cent.
Write this down where you will
fall over it every day:
The time to draw business is
when you want business, and not
when you have more business
than you can attend to already.
If you love your wife buy her
a silver present for Christmas at
Kendall & Chapman's.
County Judge Ellis was over
from Bend Tuesday for a few
hours. The judge expressed
himself as surprised at the rapid
growth of Redmond in the past
My stock of Furniture and Gro
ceries was never more complete.
Fine apples only $2.00 per box.
O. C. Young, the Culver real
estate man, passed through here
Tuesday on his way to Sisters.
in the city
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P H Y S im N
and Si KUEON
Office in Redmond & Phivnix
Liberal Prizes and
R e d m o n d , O re.
Chapman, Redmond, Ore
WM. G. PHOENIX, Agt.
F. H. RODEMEYER
Eyes Tested. Glasses Prop
Office at Residence 4th a A St*.
VOTE OF COUNTY FOR BUCKLEY EXP CO.
ELKINS AND BALFOUR
la te st Returns Show That
Elkins Lost Out by
Latest returns from the county
show that Elkins was beaten by
Balfour by 9 votes for sheriff.
Following is the vote by pre
....... _ 129
B . nd
. . . . 51
Montgomery ............. 9
Cross Keys _______ 2
Ashwood..... .............. 16
J hnam Creek
S um m it...............
Bear Creek .......
Camp Creek .......
N ewsom ................. 20
Black Butte (majority)
Haystack (majority) 19
Lyle G ap....................
T otal...................... 779
Oregon Trunk Kg. d i
Graded streets , curbs ,
W ater system without
One gear and a half
to pay for your lots
REDM OND. ORE.
In the above line we carry a complete
stock and invite you to call on us
when you need anything in our line.
That we are showing now—just the
thing for holiday presents.
Buckley Drug Co.
Nice line of silverware, suitable
Dissolution of Partnership
for holiday presents at Kendall
Notice is hereby given that
the partnership heretofore ex
isting between E. M. Eby and
C. F. Bartlett in the Pioneer
Meat Market has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
C. F. Bartlett has taken over
the business of the firm, and all
accounts due the firm of Eby &
Bartlett and all accounts owing
by them will be settled by C. F.
Dated, Redmond, Oregon, Oct
ober 28, 1910.
E. M. Eby
C. F. Bartlett
See our New Stock of Silverware
Strictly in Advance
One year, - $1.'>0 i Three months. 60c
.75 Single copies, 5c
AI TVKRTISINU RATES made known
Buy a Lot
Want to Exchange
Will exchange orchard land near
Medford, Oregon, for business
lota in growing town in Central
Oregon, or will consider trade for
alfalfa land near railway station.
B. F. B enson ,
Subscribe for The Spokesman.
Two Stages Each Way
l.envc Redmond every Sunday
Leave Slianiko Tuesday and
Arrive at Redmond Thursday ami
Passenger and Express
Fast Freight and Express a Specialty
G O M P Ä N Y Sells
Doors, Windows, (dass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Flows,
Wagons, Buggies*"«! Hacks,
a n d a ll th e o t h e r g o o d 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 o n te a n d s e e u s .
J. C. WILLIAMS
REDMOND. - OREGON
Jackson Lumber Co. . Redmond
J. A. WILCOX
S P O K A N E , W ASH .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WILL BE HELD
N ovem ber iUth to
Office on North Sixth St.
/ 9 th
20,000 in Premiums
The greatest variety of prizes, cups and trophies ever of
fered. Prizes for single apples, (sixes and everything up to
full carloads will be awarded.
lowegon Real Estate
$1,000 Championship Carload Prize
For the l>est carload of 630 boxes or bushels. A floor sjiare of
•Baer«, required to house this great show. Besides the ex
hibit of apples, apple growers, packers and crsrkers will learn
and gain valuable information.
Ample hotel accommodation without
raise in price will be provided.
On the Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS, HOMESTEADS
S V I / i l H i : D UA L
W rite for literature.
THE OREGON RAILROAD S NAVIGATION COMPANY
Will have in effect low Round-trip fares from all points on
its lines. For further information apply to any O. R. & N.
Agent or to
WM. Me MURRAY.
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P ort t. and , O kkoon .
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED it FUEL Cl
GEORGE W. FARRIS, Manager
All Orders Given Prompt
W. W. CAUGHEY,
Ground and (Shopped
Feed, Seeds, H a y
T o l l or G a s h G r in d in g
I* av e orders s t Buckley Bros.
7th St. bet. D and E Sts. REDMOND, 0Ï