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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1911)
and roads, urges, pleads, scholda
and badger» and cavorts around
generally. Imagine bia feelings
when some grouch of s fellow
reproaches him because he don’ t
The Redmond Spokesman
Redmond Bank of Commerce
A general banking business conducted.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
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Publi.h.xl ev.ry Tbur*Uy by
c. i~ rAi.ur.it
AT KKPMONI», OKK0ON
boom things enough.
Strictly in Advance
If the town does boom and the
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ADVERTISING KATES mad* known
Make ail money* pavabW and »«Mr«**»
all communlcationa to II. H. A l'. 1«
rainier, Redmond, Oregon.
Letters o f credit and travelers’ checks is
sued, negotiable everywhere.
Entered as laeoitd-vlaa» matter JU*V
14. 1010 at the IW offlev at Redmond.
Oregon, under the Act of Mch. S. 1S7V.
Drafts drawn on all foreign countries.
Rt-dmond, Oregon. Mar. 30. 1911 mission.
Boom Your Town
Interest paid on time deposits.
Agents for OLD LINE fire insurance.
You are always welcome at this bank.
J. W. Brewer, Prest.
B. A. Kendall, Vice PresL
G. M. Slocum. Cashier, Redmond. Oregon.
Livery, Sale and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
G or. 5 th and E S t s .,
R E D M O N D , ORE.
BAKER & McCLAV
Announce that they
have opened a
Two Regulation Standard Alleys
in the building on the
corner o f 6th and F Sts.
They invite the public to call at
their place and roll a g?me of
Ten Pins, Nine Pins or “Cocked
I am running a freighting
outfit between Redmond,
Metolius and Shaniko. All
orders consigned to me will
receive prompt attention.
S. R. SNIDER, Redmond, Ore.
Make all the new comer« and
prospective resident« think it is
going to be the metropolis o f this
part o f the country, and it soon
Get in live, energetic men and
the town cannot help but prosper,
go forward and grow.
You never saw a town amount
to anything where business men
and citizens were always engag
ed in telling how dead it was—
lifeless, and that all the powers
that be, could not start it moving
building up and endowing it with
This is enough to kill any town,
while the statements are not true.
Make the best of every thing.
Take the progressive side o f every
reasonable question. Advertise
your town and business in every
possible way, and your brighest
hopes in regard to it, will be fully
The Use o f Printer’s Ink
Make free use of printer’s ink.
Talk to the world about your busi
ness—the line of goods you carrv.
their style, peculiarities and
do so with care, remembering
that goods well bought are half
sold. Make careful selections,
buy cheap, and make the selling
price reasonable. Tell the peo
ple what you will do, and do as
advertise, every time. Send out
your messages every week. The
people look for it and are disap
pointed if they do not see it; and
it is often the case, after your
long silence, that the constant
appeals o f others have caught
the eye and drawn thitherward
many a good customer you once
had, who is now a patron o f him
who neglected not to tell where
to go to get what he wanted at
reasonable rates*. _
This is as it will be. and should
be, in this busy age. People take
and read the paper for a purpose,
and one is to find out where they
can get what they want without
spending a day hunting over the
town to find it. The merchant
who apprise them o f this fact, in
a judicious way, will be the one
who catches the trade, builds up
a lucrative business, and makes
his calling a success.
He Works for All
Suppose every business man in
town took as much interest in
the upbuilding of the town and
forwarding o f all enterprises as
the newspaper man. He works
schools and churches, good streets
All kinds and at prices that you can afford to pay.
We have lately put in a Complete Line of Harness
that we would like to show you. Prices reasonable
* ' and goods » are good.
Come in and see them.
> f *
Like a Banquet
Boom your town. If you don’ t,
price o f real estate advances and
the owners grow rich from the
results of his labors ho muke»
nothing by it. He is like the poor
boy at the circus he can stand
and look at the pictures without
the necessary quarter to gain ad
A wise conducted newspaper is
like a banquet Everything is
served up with a view to variety.
Help yourself to what you want
and do not condemn the entire
spread because pickles ami onions
may be included. If you do not
relish them someone else may
find them palatable. Be gener
ous and broad enough to select
gracefully such reading matter
from newspapers as will I k * agree
able to your mental taste. You.
as an individual, are not compel
led to swallow everything. We
do not all think alike on every
subject, and it is u good thing,
as it makes more variety, and
variety is the spice of existance.
J.F.H O SCH .M .D .
Office in Redmond
The person who would not be
satisfied with the spring weather
that has so far obtained in Red
mond and this section during the
month of March, surely must be
hard to please.
No where in
Oregon can a better climate be
found than right here in Redmond
and the Redmond District.
Take as good care of your mon
ey as you can if your means are
limited, but don’t try to save
your smiles or kind words. The
more liberal you are with these
the more you will have.
A town never loses anything
by extending a royal welcome to
every deserving stranger who
appears in its midst Hospitality
is a priceless gem, but it costs
It pays to read the advertise
ments of enterprising home mer
chants. They are the people who
make it possible to have con
veniences right at your door, so
Even the electric button is no
good unless it is pushed. Moral:
Push your town.
If there is ever a time when
silence is golden, it is when a
man is mad.
Seed Oats for Sale
I have good clean white oats
for sale at 2 cents a pound at the
The choicest vacant comer 50x
100 on Sixth street, only one
block from Hotel Redmond, this
is a snap for a quick buy, $1X00
takes it See Jones Land Com
pany for terms.
The Home Bakery and Restau
rant for good meals.
Carrie« a Complete Stock o f
R edm ond, Ore.
F. H. ROHEM EVER
Lumber and Huilding Material
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring, Headed Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
Eyca Tested, Glaaar* Prop
I*t me figure with you on your next
frve for all classes of buildings.
om c* in Ehret Broe block
Yards on Fifth Si. between C and D streets
J. C. WILLIAMS
P hone !UO*J
R E D M O N D , ORE.
Post office Building
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Fortunate for Him
One of our subscribers took us
to task last week for failing, as
remarked, to publish all that
happened. It was fortunate for
this particular individual that
descretion occasionally demands
the omission o f unpleasant items.
Should we publish all that is
told us we would be with the
angles 20 minutes after our pa
pers were mailed. We try to print
all items that are news, or that
will encourage, help or cheer any
o f our citizens along life’s rug
ged road. We all doubtless would
enjoy reading “ all the news”
when it’s about the other fellow
but our policy is to turn over to
the gossips the spreading of scan
dals that only leave sorrows in
C. I M M E L K S
Office on North Sixth S t
SIMM & SHIPLEY
ATTORNEYS at LAW
JOSEPH H. JACKSON
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, B u g g i e s « n d Hacks,
and all the other goods that
Ifoea in the Hurdwure trade.
Come and nee us.
E St. between 5th anil 6th
G. A. McFarlane
Joseph H. Jackson,
Redmond, - Oregon
M E A T
P IO N E ER
M A R K E T
Have you inspected our stock?
It will pay you to do so.
We handle everytning obtainable in
the way o f Mt-ata, Fiah, Poultry and
I. P. HEWITT
T r y U s fo r G O O D S E R V I C E
Room* 1 and 7, Kcrimoiwl Bank of
All Orders Given Prompt
W. A. GOLDEN\ Proprietor
C O T T E R ’S
BEN GOTTER. Proprietor
Carries a large stock o f
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
W . W . CAUGHEY,
Plana and Eatimatea Furniahed.
All Ordera Given Prompt Attention.
Yard one block east of Jackson's Hardware Stare, Redmond
REDMOND FEEDS FUEL CO.
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
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co.