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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1911)
Redmond Bank of Commerce
A general banking business conducted.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
Letters of credit and travelers’ checks is
sued, negotiable everywhere.
Drafts drawn on all foreign countries.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Agents for OLD LING fire insurance.
You are always welcome at this bank.
The Redmond Spokesman clean
for the sake of cleanliness
F. H. R0DEHEYE8
Have Faith in Redmond
Two practical, conservative A mortgage is a strange insti
business men have been in Red tution.
It makes a man rustle,
mond the past week, and to show and it keeps
Officers and Stockholders:
him itoor. It is a
their faith in the future of the strong incentive
to action, ami a
J. P. O’Brien. Portland. Oregon.
city have invested largely of their wholesome reminder
Wilbur A. Stevens, Redmond. Oregon.
capital here. These two men ing months and years. of the
B. A. Kendall. Redmond. Oregon.
Guy E. Dobson. Redmond. Oregon.
are W. S. Rodman, formerly of gage represent* industry,
Geo. L. Dobson. Des Moines. Iowa.
Omaha. Neb., but now president cause it is never idle and never
J. W. Brewer, Wilson Creek. Washington.
of the Redmond State Bank, and rests. It is like a bosom friend,
G. M. Slocum. Cashier. Redmond, Oregon.
J. W. Brewer of Wilson Creek. because the greater the adversity
Wn„ president of the Redmond the closer it sticks to a fellow. It
Bank of Commerce. Hard head is like a soldier: it never hesi
ed. practical business men do not tates
nor fears to
invest their money in enterprises close on in an charging
It is like the
or in towns where there is no sand-hag of a thug; silent
hope for returns, and the fact application, but deadly in its in ef
that the two gentlemen named fect. Like the very hand of
above have invested heavily in providence,
spread over all cre
Redmond is a straw which shows ation. and its is influence
that they have the utmost confi where visible. It is is like every
dence in the future prosperity of grasp of the devilfish, the longer
Geo. L Wheeler. Prop'r.
the Hub City.
the greater its strength.
Table and counter serv
The example of these men will it It holds
ice the best the market »
be followed by others from the and lend activity feeling,
outside, and the coming spring brain. No matter how hard the
and summer will see a large a- debtor works, the mortgage
We are here to stay—
mount of foreign capital seek works harder still. It makes a
come and see us.
for investment in Redmond. fellow sour, cross, selfish, unso
Open day and night.
This is no hot air—it is solid ciable
and miserable, and rarely
facts, and the future will bear does him
One door sooth of Oregon Hotel
any good to exercise
this statement out.
Keep Your Money at Home Hobble skirts are not handsome
or attractive except
Just at this time the mail or comfortable,
der houses are active in flooding are compelled by ridicule.
the countn- with big handsome office to denounce this crazy fash
ly gotten up catalogues, quoting ion. The fact that Paris places
attractive prices on staple articles
blame for this foolish and ec
and making all sorts of sounding the
style on America and in
G. W. WELLS
claims for your cash. They do turn America
not offer to exchange their goods cence of such declares
will look after
for the farmers’ eggs, poultry, thetics seems to show that in Dame
F. W. McCAFFERY’S
butter or other produce. * They Fashion is completely disgusted
trust a penny’s worth, but
Real Estate Business at the old stand
ashamed with her degener
make you pay cash before you and
No wonder. The
during Mr. McCaffery’s absence
get the goods and the freight be idea of offspring.
sides. If anything is wrong originated while skirt
1 with the goods or they do not was in a night mare and Fashion
suit, they will not exchange them evolved while she was suffering
for you. They pay no taxes into
your city or county treasury, with indigestion.
with which our schools are main- Human nature is a strange
| tained, roads, bridges, and side- thing. Some people think a
: walks built. They do not con newspaper is the best ever as
tribute to our churches, charit long as it contains from week to
able institutions, nor to our |>oor. week flattering notices about
them. But as .soon as the pap
The Back Yard
ier issues a number that dies not
their name, they begin
Many back yards are abomi- contain
that paper don’t a-
' nations to the eye and nose. One mount to much.”
finds in them all sorts of litter
from an oyster can to old boots. Conrtesy in business goes a
Here the slops of the kitchen are long ways and makes many
poured to increase odors which friends. It is just as easy to
ought to warn every thoughtful treat
person of the malarial influence civilly customers
the hooks in
breeding there, to break out to them” without any
1 eventually in fevers or diphther reason.
ia. If any member of the fam-
ily dies from one of these dis
Q o r. 5 th an d E $ ts ., R E D M O N D , O R E
eases, his death is probably la The choicest vacant comer 50x
mented as a “mysterious dispen 100 on Sixth street, only one
sation of Providence,” but the block
from Hotel Redmond, this
minister would say, if he were to is a snap
for a quick buy, $1800
visit the back yard, that death takes it. See
Dealer in and
was caused solely by a violation pany for terms. Jones Land Com
of hygenic laws. A very strong
argument against dirty back
yards is the spirit of deception
which is apt to foster in the Let us do your next order of
young members of the family, commercial job printing. High
for it is a constant deceit to pre grade work and prices satisfac
Whips, Robes, Blankets, Etc. sent
a clean and attractive front tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
Repairing promptly done
yard to the gaze of the passers,
Sooth Sixth St. REDMOND, ORE. while the back yard is not fit to The Home Bakery and Restau
rant for good meals.
See Jones I.and Company
OWNERS (Not Agents) for easy
terms on lots in Melrose Park.
Subscribe for The Spokesman
$1.50 per year in advance
L ivery, Sale and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
THEO. R. HERKNER
and Horse Goods
Reduced Prices on
to make room for new stock of these
Here is a chance TO SAVE MONEY.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
Eye* Tested. Glasses Prop
Ofllc« in KI.rct Uns* l*k>ck
Office upstairs in Kail mow! Botri
I have Imiight the lumber stock of
Kendall A Chapman, anil am adding
to the same and will carry a
Complete Stock of Lumber
and Building Material
I have the Only Thoroughly Dry Stock
of RtSTIC in this section
Let me figure with you on your next
lumber bill. Estimates fqmuhed
free for ull classes of buildings.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
BUCKLEY EXP GO.
■ KTW tEN
Redmond and Shaniko
Leave Redmond every Sunday
Leave Shaniko Tuewlay and
Arrive at Kedinund Thursday and
Pa-Menger and Express
C O M P A N Y Sells
J. C. WILLIAMS
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
REDMOND. - OREGON
and all the o th e r good* th a t
goes in th e H ardw are trad e.
( ’onte and see u*.
Fast Frcitkl and Express a Specially
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Jackson Lumber Co.
Office on North Sixth St.
REDMOND. • OREGON
I. P. HEWITT
C. F. BA RTLK TT, P ro p ’r.
Room» 1 and If, Redmond Rank of
REDMOND. - OREGON
I sell everything in the Meat Line,
and nlwayn hnve a good stock on
hand to fill your want* with. You
will find that your meat shopping
will always lw satisfactory if done
at The Pioneer Market.
Besides carrying a full line of meats
I sell everything that is raised on
the raneh, amh aa Butter. Eggs,
Chiekvfi*, Vegetables, etc., and sell
same at reasonable pried«.
GLIM & SHIPLEY
K St. between filli ai d Cth
REDMOND, - OREGON
M ilk All Orders Given Prompt
J.f.HOSCH.M.O. R . C . I M M K L K ' S
and not because outaider* criticise
them. Do not allow anything to
I k * thrown about* Have drains
made to convey all slo|»s entirely
ami S d iti KON
s u b s c r ip t io n k a t k s
from the house. Make
Slrietly in Advance
One year. - $1.10 I Three months, filk- good walks and lot the ground Office in Redmond & Phivnix
Six moifth«, .7!» Single copie«. 5c have a fine covering of grass not
AnVBRTISINO KATKS made known weeds. If you have a receptacle
Redm ond, Ore.
for ashes, let it be something
Make all money» payable »'»I addr»*» which can be closed and not a
all communication» to II. H. <£ C. L. row of old bnrrals to offend the
Palmer. Redmond, Oregon.
Elitrm l a» second-class matter Jav eye. anil give out a cloud of ash
14, 1910 at the Poatufllce at Redmond. es every time the wind blows.
Oregon, under the Act of Mch. S. 197». Make it a rule to have the back
Redmond. Oregon, Jan. 26, 1911 | yard at all times as clean as the
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front one._______ •
Published every Thursduv l>y
it. n. a o. I., rvi mi k
-O R EG O N
GEORGE W. FARIUS.
If you want good milk
that will raise thick, rich
cream, delivered at your
door every day, place your
J . O. Hanson
HUB CITY DAIRY
W. W. CAUfiHEY, I
Leava order» £t Ruck ley Bros.
Ground and Chopped
Feed, Seeds, Hay
T o ll o r G a sh G rin d in g
7th St. bet. D and E Sts. REDMOND, ORE.