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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1911)
T h e Redm ond Spokesm an
Extracts from a Diary.
INiliUnhinl e v e n Tt»ir*ilay by
I AM SPENDING TOO MUCH
“ Jjwt month my wages }>aid my board ami other living
e x p e n s e s ami left me ten dollars for incidentals.
The ten is
gone. I have nothin* to show for it. 1 have tried to remem
ber just how 1 spent it. but at the l*est. there is almost halt
for which 1 cannot account
"1 am spending too much for pleasure and there arc many
things 1 need
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Redmond. Oregon. July lit. 1911
THE WAY TO S A V E -
HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT WITH
Redmond Bank of Commerce
J. W. Brewer. Pres.
B. A. Kendall. Vice-Pres.
G. M. Slocum. Cashier.
We have recently installed in
connection with Slaher’s Hard
ware Store, a complete Plumb
ing and Tinning outfit, and in
vite your patronage in this
All orders will receive prompt
attention and the work done un
der the direction of an experi
MAHER & WHEELER
Shop at Maher’s Hardware Store,
South 6th street.
Sixth and F streets
JAS DOUGHERTY. Prop’r
carries in stock
that are handled in all
USE “ MADE IN
raw products. The home manu
facturers dc|x-t^i upon the people
ami llu* people de|iend u|H>n the
The consistent sup|x>rt of home
industries ami the persistent de
mand for "Made in Oregon"
goods means increased pay •rolls,
which in turn will Is* to the ad
vantage of the farmer ami ull
other producer* of the nvcvaaitiea
The Only Way
There is only one way to adver
tise and do it judiciously and cor
rectly. and that is to hammer
your name your location ami your
business so persistently ami
thoroughly into people's heads
that they will constantly turn
their stejrn toward your store.
The newspaper is your friend in
spite of criticism. It helps build
up the community that supports
\ou. When the day comes that
the newspa|x*rs are dead, the
lieople art* on the edge of the
grave with nobody to write their
The multiplicity and diversity
of pruducts made in Oregon ate
not as well known t«» tit«1 average
resident, or business man, for
that mat ter,’ as they should he.
Here in Oregon we manufacture
porhat«* 5*0 per cent o f the av
erage requirements of our citi
S ta n d My Kach O th e r
zens, hut comparatively few real
A town is like a family. We
ize the fact. “ Made in Oregon
should be the slogan of every are all interested in each other’s
citizen. Every dollar s|ient for walfare, or should be. A cut
home goods remains at home, throat, every man for himself
ami the spender gets hack at |s*licy means ruin to a communi
least a portion of his money in ty. It means retrogression and
one way or another every time failure. The first lesson that any
he buys a "Made in Oregon" family must leant is that to lx*
happy and successful unity and
Oregon is destined to la* one of mutual assistance art* necessary.
the great manufacturing states in The same applies to the business
the Union, hut the time it will life of a town, and the more gen
require for her to lx* in the fore erally it is obeyed the more ab
most rank of manufacturing undant will he the town’s pros
states would greatly I k * shorten perity. Stand by each other and
ed if our people would make it a patronize the home folks.
portion of their daily duties first
to inquire if the goods they are
buying are "Made in Oregon".
We have factories in this state
which today are struggling for
existence, and which would In-
running along smoothly, employ
ing many more men and women The following looks have re
if each man. woman and child in cently lx*en added to the Red
the state would insist on having mond Public Library:
the home product. It is not asked
The Cry of the Two-Thirds, S.
that our people buy "Made in R. Ghaham Clark.
Oregon” goods in preference to The la-rouge Case. Gartmreau.
goods made elsewhere, unless Given by Mrs. Charles Coojx?r
the home product is
in of Pueblo, Q)lo.
quality, apix-aran/*: and price to The story of the Italian Earth
the same goods made elsewhere. quake Horror. J. Martin Miller.
But even the casual investigation
Madame Bovary, Flaubert.
of our citizens will show that
Colomhra and Carmen. Meri-
our manufactories in most lines nee. Given by Mrs. F. N. San
are turning out goods today the) ford of Pueblo, Colo.
equal of any in the country, and
1/ima Doone, Blackstone.
the Manufacturers’ Association
Given by Charles F. Robinson
only asks that w hen such g<xxls of Philapelphia, Pa.
are offered that they l»e given
64-40 or Fight, Emerson Hough
Given by the Juni|x?r Reading
This leads to another important Circle.
phase of this question.
All property values depend up
The support of home industry
the prosperity of the commu
is the duty of every citizen. We
If our manufacturers are
live by the intrechange of trade.
and the merchants
There is small need indeed for
farmers will pros-
the people of Oregon to go out
side their state for the every ¡lay
requirements of life, and if the
Oregon iieople would insist on
"Made in Oregon” goods be
ing sold them, retail dealers
everywhere would keep up their
Bring your final proof notices
stock to meet the demand of their to The S|Mikesman office. We
will make out your application
Cities and states are built up for proving up. and attend to all
by the pay-rolls within the state. the details necessary in the mat
Property values are kept up by j ter.
the pay-rolls of the factories.
Farm values are kept up
by the demand for
the manufacturing centers. The|
whole problem is one which even
. . . AND .. .
casually studied will prove to any
citizen and to every man, woman
and child within the state that
his sup|K>rt of "Made in Oregon”
goods means that his cwn pros
perity will I* greater. It is a
“ wheel within a wheel” propo
sition. Insist on "Made in Ore
All O rders Given Prom pt
The factories are the life of our
cities. The more factories we
have, the more people are imploy-
ed, and greater becomes the pros
perity not only of the cities,
but of the rural
Redmond Transfer Co.
cities must depend on the agri
C. A. Aliarti*, Managt-r.
cultural districts for their food
supplies, and largely for their
NEW BOOKS AT
Contractor and Builder
Plans, Specifications and Estimates furn
ished ror all clases of buildings.
Office one block east of Jackson’s Hardware Store,
R edm ond
R . < \ I M M E L E ’S
Currie« t* Complete StmA or
Lumber ami Building M aterial
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring , Headed Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and I inish Lumber
le t me figure w ith you on your next
lumlx*r hill. Estimate« furnished
free for all class«* of buildings.
Y ards on Fifth St. betw een C and D streets
R E D M O N D . ORE.
Jos. H. Jackson
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, B u g g ie s a n d Hacks,
and all the other good« that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and *ee u h .
Joseph H. Jackson, Mmomi
ME A T MA R K E T
Have you inspected our stock?
It will pay you to do so.
We handle everything obtainable in
the way of Meats. Fish, Poultry and
T r y Us fo r C O O D S E R V IC E
J . O. W O L F & ( 2 0 ,, P r o p ’rs.
Tum=A=Lum Lumber Co.
Wholesale anti Retail I Valera
Will give prices delivered at yard
or Roberta Bros', mill.
Office and Yard 2 blocks east of Redmond Hotel, Redmond
W arren & W o o d w ard
SUBDIVISION, LAND SURVEYS
shed on Powi
A P S
W .-h a ve h « .H 0 year«’ experience. em b
racin g a ll bra nch e, o f
c iv il engineering.
Rooms 5 í 5, Bank of Commerce Bld*.. P. 0. Box 260 REDM OND