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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1911)
Redmond Bank of Commerce
A general banking business conducted.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
Letters of credit and travelers* checks 18-
sued, negotiable everywhere.
Drafts drawn on all foreign countries.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Agents for OLD LINE tire insurance.
You are always welcome at this bank.
hold of any kind of work
The Redmond Spokesman that Take
comes to your hand rather
Published every Thursday by
H. H . 1 C . U rM .M KR
AT RKDMONO. OKKUON
than be idle. I.uck always waits
upon the busy man.
T ak e trouble like a m an. IVm t
subscription R \ tks
go w h . in in g about when it , cornea
Strictly in Ativanc«
One year. - »1.80 I Three month». 80c but shut your mouth and Stand
Six months. .78 I Single eopie». 8c up um )or jt resolutely.
a l)\ hR l isiN i. k a t k s mad« known
T ake im ins to h ear both sides
Make »11 money* payable and add re,, of » *tory before you come to a
all communication» to H. H 1 C . U decision. Jumping at conclusions
Palmer. Redmond. Oregon.
one time and another, has tilled
Kntered a, »econd-ela»» matter Ju.v
14. 1910 at the Poatotllee at Redmond, the world with enemies and de
Oregon, under the Act of Meh. 3, 1879. luged it with blood. Wait to hear
ami 81 'RUKON
Office in Redmond A Phumix
Redmond , Ore.
Redmond, Oregon, Feb. 2, 1911 both sides of a story before you
A Publicity Man
The average American news
What Redmond needs now is a paper
is a queer creature. Eyes Tested. Glasses Prop
good publicity man- a man who He is reader
Officers and Stockholders :
understands the publicity busi- imaRinable. He picks up his lo-
Offe* in Khrvt Brus. block
J. P. O’Brien. Portland. Oregon.
ness of properly advertising the oa| paper and scans it carefully
Wilbur A. Stevens. Redmond. Oregon.
B. A. Kendall. Redmond. Oregon.
comers as they arrive, give them mention of himself. If there is
Guy E. Dobson, Redmond, Oregon.
the glad hand and show them not he denounces ’ personals in
Geo. L. Dobson. Des Moines, Iowa.
, . . a newspaper, and yet all he n*ads
J. W. Brewer, Wilson Creek, Washington.
around the city, and give them for j# mogt)y for tho personal
G. M. Slocum. Cashier, Redmond. Oregon.
all the information they desire. item9 Everything an enterpris-
Such a man cannot be obtained jng editor can make an item of is
for nothing, nor for a small sal- legitimate booty for him. There
arv. It takes a man of peculiar is nothing in the papers of the
. a position
dav so greedily devoured .
family and a Olile« u|*tairi in Ridimmi Hol»!
would , , , have to devote
a large part as the little
u [s therefore
of his time to the duties of his matter Gf policy aml business to
the propietor of a newspajier to
Other cities have found that it furnish for his readers as far as
formerly Banquet Cafe
pays to have a good publicity i'es 'n bis power, that which will
, , would
(■ . best satisfy the tastes of the
Geo. L Wheeler, Prop’r.
man, and , „ Redmond
Enlarged and remodeled
that they could make no better majority of newsiiaper readers.
Table and counter serv
investment than to do likewise.
vou ever notice how nice.
ice the best the market
would keep at the publicity busi- pie can be when they are trying Leave Shaniko Tuesday and
We are here to stay—
ness all the time. Not do a little to bold their job. AS here Friday.
come and see us.
Arrive at Redmond Thursday and
j. work, , , lay off „ for
# _ „ a heretofore
Open day and night.
. they occupied a position in the
month or two, and then tr> to x?- wor|(j aboUt a thousand feet high- Fa»t Passenger
One door sooth of Oregos Hotel
press a Specially
gin where he left off. The secret er than any one el«*, antj had
of sucessful publicity is to keep nothing but slurs and insults for
patrons, now they are getting
everlastingly at it.
to the K"»und and trying to
fellows with the ‘‘Com
¡spring and summer will be differ mon Peepul”
ent than they have been before their job.” in order to "hold
in Redmond and this section, and
different methods should he Last week The Spokesman pub
G. W. WELLS
used to attract attention to this lished an editorial advising peo-
country. This can be done if the Ple to keeP their back yards clean.
will look after
project'is taken up in the right Among other things it was ad
F. W. McCAFFERY’S
thrown on the ground in the back
Real Estate Business at the old stand
By united effort on the part of yard. This week a letter was re-
during Mr. McCaffery’s absence
the business men and others of ceived by the editor saying that
the city, enough money could lie the clean up article would not
raised to pay a sufficient salary aPPiy lo the writer as^she threw
her slops in the front yard.
to secure a competent publicity all
letter was unsigned.
It would be a good paying in A man who is not a subscriber
vestment, and now is the time to to The Spokesman, wanted the
take the matter up and get busy paper to boost a pet hobby of his.
Office on North Sixth St.
It was suggested that he come
for the coming season.
across with a year's subscription REDMOND. - OREGON
to the paper, but he wouldn’t
What to Take
pry himself loose from the price,
Take this paper.
Take comfort—if you can.
Take things easy—within rea "Putting on dog” is the west
ern phrase for trying to be bet-
Take the girl you love to be ^ ari the common run of peo
ple. This condition is to be
in every city and hamlet
Take care of your health. It is in found
the most valuable thing you have.
Take a hint when it is intend
Room» 1 and .1, Redmond Hank of
ed for vou. Don’t wait to be The choicest vacant corner 50x
100 on Sixth street, only one REDMOND. - OREGON
Got. 5th and B Sts., R E D M O N D , ORE.
Take flattery as an insult, and block from Hotel Redmond, this
is a snap for a quick buy, $1800
an honest compliment as some takes
it See Jones Land Com
thing to be grateful for.
pany for terms.
Take offence only at things to
Dealer in and
GINN & SHIPLEY
offended at. It is a sure evi
dence of a small mind to notice Let us do your next order of
commercial job printing. High
Take the sunshine into your grade work and prices satisfac-
life as something to be grateful t°ry. The Redmond Spokesman,
and Horse Goods
for; don’t darken it with shad-
E St. between 6th and 6th
Whips, Robes, Blankets, Etc. ows of your own making. Trouble
Home Bakery and Restau-
Repairing promptly done will come soon enough without rant for good meals.
REDMOND. - OREGON
Sooth Sixth St. REDMOND, ORE. coining it.
See Jones Land Company
OWNERS (Not Agents) for easy r~
terms on lots in Melrose Park.
The Spokesman^ Job
... A N D ....
Dent i st
THE OREGON CAFE
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
J. C. WILLIAMS
J. A. WILCOX
Subscribe for The Spokesman
ATTORNEY AT LAW
$1.50 per year in advance
CARL WOODS »
Livery, Sale and Feed
I. P. HEWITT
Headquarters for Freighters
THEO. R. HERKNER
Reduced Prices on
to make room for new stock of these
Mere Is a chance TO SAVE MONEY.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
ATTORNEYS at LAW
If you want good milk
that will raise thick, rich
cream, delivered at your
door every day, place your
IM M E L K ' S
1 have bought the lumber stock of
Kendall & Chapman, and am adding
to the naiiit? und will carry a
Complete Stock of Lumber
and Building Material
I have the Only Thoroughly Dry Stock
of RUSTIC in this section
Let me figure with you on your next
lumber bill. Estimate* furnished
free for all claaaes of buildings.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
G O M P A N Y Sells
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
a n d all th e o th e r goods th a t
goes in th e H a rd w a re tra d e .
Come and see us.
Jackson Lumber Co.
C. F. BARTLETT, Prop’r.
I m*ll everything in the Ment Line,
and always have a good stock on
hand to fill your wants with. You
will find that your meat shopping
will always In* Katisfactory if done
at TFie Pioneer Market
Beaides carrying a full line of meats
I sell everything that ia raised on
the ranch, Ruch as Butter, Eggs.
Chicken*, Vegetables, etc., and sell
same at reasonable price*.
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FUEL CO.
GEORGE W. FARRIS. Manager
All Orders Given Prompt
Ground and (Shopped
Feed, Seeds, Hay
J. O. Hanson
W. W. CAUGBEY,
and W OOD
HUB CITY DAIRY
Leave order* at Buckley Broa.
Toll or Gash Grinding
7th Si. bet. D and E Sts. REDMOND, ORE.