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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View This Issue
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By successful men that the first thousand dollars
that they saved looked larger to them than the
many thousands that followed. Then* are sever
al reasons for this. One o f which is. that money
saved begets more money. You are practically
helpless, as far as business advancement is con
cerned unless you have some capital. \\ hen you
have capital, opportunities for sound and profit
able investments are always presenting them
selves. Start an account with this bank and we
will willingly assist you with our advice, when you
have enough to swing an investment. Our Cer*
tificates o f Deposit offer an absolutely safe op
portunity to make four and five percent on your
idle money. You are always welcome at this bank.
T H E
Redmond Bank of Commrece
THE STORE OF LOWEST PRICES
A N D BEST V A LU E S
LYNCH & ROBERTS
Publishtnl «»very Thursday by
H. H. A C. U
ought to be and where he will go
when he leaves here.
o f human kindness hus toured in
AT REDMOND. OREGON
him, his better nature has become
Strictly in Advance
One year, - $1.so t Three month*, MV perverted, his eyes inverted and
.75 ! Single copies, 5c
his whole moral being turned
ADVERTISING KATES msde known
awry. He has lost confidence in
i upon application
Make all moneys payable and address men, has no real respect for
all communications to H. H. <6 C. L.
women, looks on God as u tyrant
I l'almer. Rodinomi, Oregon.
Entered as seoond class matter Ju.y and death as an escape from
U, 1910 at the Pnatoffice at Kedmond,
j Oregon, under the Act of Meh. 8. 1H79.
thralldom. He is too cowardly to
destroy himself, too abject to I k *
Redmond. Oregon. Dec. 15, 1910 honorable, too small intellectually
Your Own Business
to bother about the weightier
matters o f life, too contemptible
Why is it, it is often asked,
to be noticed and tin» apt to live
out all his days. Such men may
that people in small towns can
be classed the “ gad Hies of life”
| find no better business than pry
calculated to annoy their betters
ing into other people’s business,
foment strife, run discord, and
and then exaggerating the truth
bring misery on mankind.
in regard to the same. People
1 who pretend to be Christians,
: who attend church reguarlly,
The Printer’s Dollars
Toys for Children
Our selection o f these should please every one. They
consist o f mechanical and iron toys which
cannot be broken very readily. Dolls
and other amusements for the
little ones have not been
Gifts for Adults
A fair selection o f CU T GLASS pleases the house
keeper and is always useful. Comb and Brush
Sets, Military Brushes, and Triple Plate
Mirrors, etc. make up our line.
W e expect a large trade in Fancy Groceries and
have made preparations to meet the demand.
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
S. F. SMITH, Proprietor
ing. will so scandilize one as to how shall they be gathered to-
ruin his or her reputation for life. Rather? Come home, ye truants
While they would not steal from ( q thy father’ s house: ye
, ious than gold—a good reputation, that the printer may send thee
Christianity that they preach and vindicate his credit. Reader, if
“ Do unto others as you would you discover a stray
OfTW in Ehret Bros. blin k
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
Redmond and Shuniko
Fast Freight and Ftpress Specialty
The farmer, if he only knew it.
Do you love your town? Do is a little nearer the kingdom o f
you have any concern for its heaven than anyone on earth,
future? Would you like to see it } j e j3 certain o f three square
grow, prosper and extend
Passenger and Express
The Independent Man
its meals a day and is the only man
trade and influence? I f you do, who can fence himself in and live
then ask yourself these questions: in spite o f the rest o f mankind.
“ Do I help support and maintain a few cattle and sheep and fowl
its institutions? Do I encourage provide him with food and cloth-
every movement looking to the ¡ng( while his fields yield him
upbuilding o f the town? Do I hour and a source o f revenue,
speak a good word for the town go generous are these provisions
and the people at every oppor- anj ^ common, that hardly one
J. C. WILLIAMS
I f you cannot answer the year and finds that he has
I have the Only T h orou gh ly Ory Slock
of RUSTIC in this section
I/Ot me figure with you <»n your next
free for all classes o f buildings.
Y ards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
eO M P Æ V Y Sel/s
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
und all the other g<M*ls that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see us.
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
tunity. Do I lend assistance to farmer in ten makes any account
its industries? Do 1 patronize Gf them, although the ordinary
them. Do I fully understand the business man thinks he has done
duties devolving upon me as a wen w hen he reaches the end o f
Complete Stock of Lumber
and Building Material
cause he is down, and because \ve would also ask you to be sure
you do not intend to extend a y0U haven't a couple o f printer’s
1 have bought the lumber Ntoek o f
Kendall Ä Chapman, ami hid adding
to the «tune and will carry a
Office upMtHÍm in Redmond lintel
have them do you." I f a broth- around your premises send him
er falls, dont jump on to him be- home tenderly, for he art ours,
hand, do not, like a dog in a dollars sticking
manger, stand in the way o f oth- clothes,
Is-uve Redmond every Sunday
Leave Shsniko Tuesday ami
Arrive at Kedmond Thursday and
Jackson Lumber Co.
Not Suited for Earth
everyone is not suited for this
earth, but is entitled to wings.
Let every one keep hustiling Human nature is so constituted
to improve the appearance o f that some o f our readers would
their streets and lots. Keep all like to have us tell the unvarnish-
kinds o f rubbish off the streets e(j truth about them, while
and sidewalks, and see that you r others would kill us if we did. It
houses, fences, ect., are neatly i8 a comforting thought to the
painted. There is nothing that editor to know that the Lord him-
helps the looks o f a town and in- self did not please everyone
duces newcomers to settle in it w'hile on earth.
We labor hard
more than neatly painted houses to entertain and please our sub-
and fences, neat and tidy streets scribers, but that we should oc-
and sidewalks and fruit and casionally fail is to be expected:
shade trees on your lots. Let us but you will always find us will-
see what you will do for the bene- jng to be forgiven,
fit o f our progressive little city.
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Notice to City Water Users
All water users o f city water
in his fellow-man ought to fall are hereby notified that water
rents are payable in advance at
office o f City Recorder. Secure
your receipts at once. Water
rates go into effect December 1st
Water bills not paid before 10th
o f current month will carry a
penalty o f 10 per cent.
By order o f City Council.
That we are showing now—just the
thing for holiday presents.
Carriage heaters to keep your
feet warm, for sale by Theo.
T h e P io n e e r
M e a t M a rk e t
C. F. BARTLETT, Prop’r.
Room« 1 and 3, Kedmond Dank of
in the city
I soil everything in the Meat Line,
und always have a good stock on
hand to fill your wants with.
will find that your meat shopping
will always be satisfactory if done
at The Pioneer Market.
lowegon Real Estate
Besides carrying a full line of meat*
I sell everything that is raised on
the ranch, such as Butter, Eggs.
Chickens, Vegetables, etc., and sell
same at reasonable prices.
On the G round Floor
LANDS, LOTS, HOMESTEADS
s o t / a * £ DEHL
Write for literature.
HARM ON COOK,
m m m
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FEEL CO.
GEORGE W. FARRIS,
All Orders Given Prompt
W. W . CAUGHEY,
Ground and Ghoppei
Feed, Seeds, H ay
o f the
Chapman. Redmond, Ore
I. P. HEWITT
Buckley Drug Co.
Office on North Sixth St.
these questions in the affirmative a little more than made ends meet.
then you are not only a stumb
See our New Stock of Silverware
Eyes Tested. Glasse* Prop
them, world goods, yet they rob wanted. Come here in single
him or her o f what is more prec- fi|e, by columns or platoon so
In the above line we carry a complete
stock and invite you to call on us
when you need anything in our line.
P ain less Methods
The man who can see no good
; yet who, without the slightest dollar there, scattered over num-
provocation, pick up some little mnIS small towns all over the
| mistake, or more often, at noth- country, miles and miles apart
Everything New and
Office in Redmond & Phuenix
ling block but a detriment to any
H O E REDMOND ANNEX
who in the sight o f their neigh-
The printers dollurs where
bors are generous and charitable. are they? A dollar here and a
Why can’ t people practise the forth again, to battle for him and
Our selection o f Christmas Goods is now on dis
play. and the trade has already begun
to buy this class o f goods, so do not
delay—make your selection early
—it saves you worrying
J.F.HOSCH.M.D. R . C. IM M E L E S
Ix-ave orders at Buckley Broa.
T h e R edm ond Spokesm an There
0,T tht* is onrth
Änd to hl"
no guess ntaut where lie
7th St. bet. D and E Sts. REM OND, (