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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman more trade tha" ri*htfully
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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. There are sever
al reasons for this. One o f which is. that money
saved be frets more money. You are practically
helpless, as far as business advancement is con
cerned unless you have some capital. When 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 Dep»vsit oiler an absolutely safe op
portunity to make four and five percent on your
idle money. You are always welcome at this bank.
Redmond Bank of Commerce
After the Holidays
Our general line o f Dry Goods, H ats, Shoes,
and Groceries will receive our attention
again, and a special effort w ill be made to
keep these lines up to the standard.
goods are being received even week which
w ill add to our assortment and make the
stock more complete.
specials for ladies
IN BOYS’ WEARING APPAREL
Corduroy Pants _______ $1.00
W’ool pants,knickerbo’ ks 1.00
cu.vto j 'n; _
Top S hirt.. drilling-, 50c to 6oc
Wool Sweater Coats
Winter Caps........ . 40c to 75c
Prices according to
Ribbed Glove Fitting Under-
wear, si I wool Union Suits,
Ribbed Fleeced Lined Un-
$1.25 to $1.50
Fleeced Lined Stockings, 25c
Wool Stockings________ 35c
\][ wool Nectie Mufflers,
something new and nobby.
assorted colors________ $1.25
Zephyr Sweater Coats
flanne,9 and heavv
Canton flannels, etc. at lowest
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
Country Produce Bought and S o ld
II. II. A C. L. PALMF.il
AT RRDMOND. ORKCON
|t.SO I Three month.«, MV
.75 I Single copiea, 5c
Make all money« payable and add re»«
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all communication« to H. It A t ’. I.. come welded to other way s
Palmer. Redmond, Oregon.
Entered a« «econd-claaa m a tte r Juiy
14. 1S10 at the Postortice at Ktxlmond.
Oregon, under the Act of Mch. 3, 1S7S.
Redmond, Oregon, Jan. 5. 1911
Build Up Y’ our Town
Wo presume that every citizen
o f our town is. or ought to be.
desirous to see it grow, to see it
improve, to see it advance in all
the interests that pertain to a
town o f thrift and enterprise.
Again we persume. that if you.
who live in your town, make no
effort in this direction, who, if
there are any benefits accuring
therefrom would lie the recipients
We do not believe our neigh-
bors, who have no paticular in-
terest in our welfare, would be
so very mindful o f us as to give
us a boost by investing a few
thousand dollars for our special
good, or starting any enterprise
that would be for the building o f
our town. If a town is ever
W ould W ear Diamonds
There art* but few editors in
our stato who have not made a
vigorous and continuous fight
Agunst the city mail order honses.
This has been done in the interest
of the humo merchant, and with-
ou* Pr*ce. If the editors o f the
laml had received regular adver-
tising rates for all they have said
*£*in*t these enemies o f the
country merchant they would
now ^ wearing diamonds.
Now, the dejiartment store
space and is willing to take all
Talk up the town, its interests. the space the average country
its facilities and various adapt- editor has for sale, and at a good
ibilities to different branches o f
industry. Write about it, beaut-
ify its streets, invest money in it,
patronize its merchants and every
enterprise started as far as it is
all consistent, elect good men to
office, advertise in the newspapers
be courteous to those who come
among you, and never let an op-
portunity to speak a good word
landing far more than her legit-
imate share o f business.
At present, while time hangs
on the hands o f tne average man
he takes time to look around,
and then spends his money
where it will go the farthest, and
to us it seems that the merchant
who offers him good values for
his money, will eventually reap
golden rewards in the way o f his
Dealer in and
This fact we should impress
Manufacturer o f
upon the minds o f the people,
and we would also ask them to
aid us in establishing the fact
that in Redmond can be found
better bargains than in any oth-
Whips, Robe3, Blankets, Etc. er town in the county. If we
Repairing promptly done
once get this fact established,
Sooth Sixth St. REDMOND, ORE our town will soon be handling
and Horse Goods
(¡¿losing Out o f
A t Reduced Prices.
TO SAVE MONEY.
they do not admire in other
words, a newspaper is compelled
in order to live, to seek the
friendship o f those who aiv not
so platonic in their love, but
unite that practical esteem with
sentiment that binds mutai ad
miration to other professions.
There are too many men who
expect the editor to slave in de
fense o f their i»et notions anti
hobbies, advocate their views
against the strongest oppositions
and coolly withhold business
support by which alone a small
newspaiH*r can live.
built up and placed in a growing
condition it will be directly or in-
directly due to those who live in
; it, and if you wish to know the
steps to be taken we will cite a
THEO. R. HERKNER
mui s i:m ,K o \
Admiration alone will not run
Sooner or later
ADVERTISING RATES made known such admirers will fitid that the
o b je c t o f their affections has bo-
One year. -
Jo W o W o o d r u f f
More Than Admiration
Strictly in Advance
want at my store.
the majority o f country
editors turn down this class of
business. What other class of
business or professional men
would refuse business to help
their friends, especially as many
said freinds never seem in the
least disposed to return the «im
pliment or even appreciate it?
for the town pass. Remember
Pay A s You Go
that every dollar you invest in a
permanent improvement is that
Pay as you go. This is golden
much money at interest, and is
advice that will keep the business
that much toward building up
world moving, the wheels o f in
dustry from rusting out, and the
money will surely come back to
Bring Trade Here
you. It should not be forgotten
To us it looks as though the that the earth is round. Stand
trade o f the country is so scatter- the people all in line and they
ed that the town which puts will reach around the world, the
forth the most effort in that di last touching the first. Now pay
rection will eventually succeed in your neighbor on your right the
Published every Thursday by
longs to her. Let us join hands
to make this so.
Here is a chance
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
dollar you owe him. and he will
pay his neighbor on the right.
and so on the dollar will travel
until it will come around again to
your hand from your neighbor on
the le ft Try it We make no
charge for this receipt
When times are dull and peo-
P'e are n°t advertising, says
John Wanamaker, ‘ ‘is the very
time that advertising should be
the heaviest” Such is the ad-
vice given by America’s mer-
chant prince. Some merchants
say does not P»y to advertise,
They think they know more than
they make a big mistake.
maker’s adverising has made him
rich and famous. Wanamaker’«
methods on a smaller scale would
be as good here as in New York
or Philadelphia where his stores
are located. Turn over a new
leaf and advertise the right way.
Office in Redmond X- I'huutix
Eyes Tested. Glass««* Prop
Office in Ehret Uro«, block
R. C. I M M E L K ' S
, hut«' la,ught the lumber stock o f
Kendall & Chupninn. and am adding
to the name and
Complete Stock of Lumber
and Building Material
I have the Only Ihorouihly Dry Slock
of RUSTIC in Ibis section
I«*t me figuri* with you on your next
free for ull classes of building».
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
Office u|>.stairs in Rednmnd H otel
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
Redmond and Shaniko
Leave Kedmorul every Sunday
and Wodne-< lay.
Leave Shaniko Tuesday and
Arrive at Redmond Thursday ami
P a ssen g er and E xp ress
Fast Freight and Express a Specialty
J. C. WILLIAMS
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, B u g g ie s * ™ « Hacks,
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
C o m e and aee
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Jackson Lumber Co.
Office on North Sixth St.
I. P. HEWITT
Room« 1 and .7, Redmond Rank of
C. F. B AR TLETT, Prop’ r.
lowegon Real Estate
On the Gronnd Floor
LANBS. LOTS, HOMESTEADS
m /U A R tC D E M .
Write for literature.
I sell everything t*i the Men- Line,
and 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.
Besides carrying a full line of meat*
I »ell everything that ia raised on
the ranch, such as Butter, Eggs.
Chickens, Vegetables, etc., and sell
satno at reasonable prices»
I .aid law, Oregon
The only salesman who will
work for his employer day and
night, whenever there is an eye
to catch him is a good advertise
The hand bills thrown
away by the careless distributor,
the signs that are painted on
fences, the bass drum and brass
band that parade the town, are
all out of sight and forgotten,
when the buyers are at home, on
the train, in the office, at lunch,
or almost anywhere else. The
newspaper is always in evidence.
Read The Spokesman.
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FI
GEORGE W. FARRIS, Managw
All Orders Given Prompt
W . W . CAUGHEY,
Ground and (¿hoi
Peed, Seeds, H
T o ll o r
Leave order« at Ruck ley Hroa.
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