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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1910)
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If You Are looking for
in Real Estate
Le t us show you what we
have a large
lis t o f
City Property and
Improved and Unimproved
that we can s e ll you at
s a tis fa c to ry p rice s and on
reasonable Term s.
REDMOND & PHOENIX
Agents for D. I. & P. Co's. Land
Queen of the Northwest Resorts
Near the Mouth of the Columbia River, on Washington Coast
The Place to Spend Your
Twenty-five miles of Magnificent Beach
Level, Compact and Smooth
Many thriving and tidy commanities, delightful hotel, cottage,
tent and camp life. All the comforts of home and the
healthful invigorating recreation of the seaside—surf bath
ing. fishing, clam digging, beach bonfires, riding, racing,
hunting, strolls and drives through picturesque wooded
Reduced Rates from all Parts of Oregon and Washington
OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION COMPANY
Season Rate: From Portland Round Trip, $4.00
Three Day —Saturday to Monday Rate,
Purchase tickets and make reserv ations at City Ticket Office,
3d and Washington Sts., Portland, or inquire of any 0. R.
& N. agent elsewhere for information.
WM. Me MURRAY.
G eneral P
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P ortland , O regon .
Published i'V»ry Thursilsy by
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AT KKDMONH, OHKOON
Strictly in Advance
One year, - $1.50 | Three inontha, 50c
.75 I Single copies, 5c
ADVERTISING RATES mad*known
Application for entry »« s*eond-claaa
m a tte r m ade a t Redmond 1‘uatotllee.
Redmond, Oregon. July 21. 1910
SHOWS UP A TOWN
T IS recording your history and tolling
a truthful story of your success in this
new country to do a banking business from
Open an account with us upon your arrival in
Redmond and receive one of our neat little
hank books. The check system is suited to
all kinds of business, and will assist you in
holding onto the dollars.
We have ample safe and vault room for the
safe keeping of your commercial papers, and
invite you to open an account with us.
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Good Buys in
F. W. McCaffery
Dealer in Timber Lands ,
Homesteads and Desert
Claims , Deschutes Valley
Lands with perpetual wa
ter rights .
BARGAINS in ALL KINDS of REAL ESTATE
The sale of the T. M. Mander
scheid ranch last week for $5000
shows that ranch and farm prop
erty in the Redmond District is
getting valuable. Here was a 40 ,
acre ranch that sold for $125 per
acre. The man who bought it
was an experienced man in land
values, and he did not consider
$5000 too high a price for him to
pay, realizing that the land was
worth it. Improved land in the
Redmond District ¡3 as good as :
All Orders Given Prompt
We have all kinds or Building Material such as DOORS, WINDOWS,
SASH, Etc., and can fill your orders on short notice at Right Prices
We carry a full stock of Lumber of all kinds and would
like to figure on your building order.
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W . W . CAUGHEY,
Editor Walker of the Oregon
Hub, published at Redmond, con
tem plates making a number of
State Bank of Redmond
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the character of the town or city
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in which it is located. If the pa
per is bright and newsy, well
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filled with advertisements of the
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merchants, a stranger looking at
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the paper will come to the con-
j elusion that that place is a live
ARMS A TOOL
one, and a good town to locate
in. The Redmond (tapers show
G. L. E hlers , Cashier.
P O i u MM.
E dw . J ohnson . Bros.
that Redmond is up and doing all
the time, and that is one of the
C. E. N ielsen , Asst. Cash’r
C. N. kÿiRKT, Vice Pros,
reasons why the city is growing
and getting a reputation outside
for being the best city with the improvements in his newspaper
brightest future of any town in plant and states he may soon
j Central Oregon.
issue a daily or a semi-weekly
l>aper. This is an indication that
IS A (!(H)D ADVERTISEMENT Redmond is a progressive town.
A good band is one of the best
Redmond business men are
advertisements any town or city
asleep at the switch when
1 can have. Redmond musicians
to doing things to pro
are about to organize a band of
interest and growth of
16 to 20 members, and the pros-
' pect is that this band will become
I in a short time, the best musical
One of the important meas-
organization in Central Oregon,
..(’ ALL ON...
the Redmond city council
The citizens of Redmond should
give substantial encouragement should consider at an early date
to the band in its organization is the establishing of a street
etforts and help them all they grade. If this is done all new
buildings and sidewalks can be
The members of a band are al- miwle to conform to the grade
REDMOND , ORE .
ways at an expense, besides con- and present a uniform base line,
tributing their time, and the bulk Merchant Tailor
of their music is furnished free
to the public in giving open air I>ocattf8 Here
concerts etc. The band wants to Ed McGuire last week opened
buy a first class set of new in- his merchant tailor and cleaning
struments, and that will cost and repair shop in the Smith
money, but with the help of a ll1 building on the corner of 6th and
the people the expense can be F streets, and is now ready to
met, and a creditable organiza- take onlers for suits of all kinds
and do any work in his line. Mr.
tion perfected here.
There are a number of experi McGuire is well known in this
enced musicians in the city who section, and his work always
play a good grade of music, and gives satisfaction.
as soon as the instruments can
be secured Redmond will be fa Fresh new stock of groceries
vored with a series of open air just opened up at Woodruff’s
| furniture and grocery store.
Several efforts have been made
in the past to organize a band in
Redmond, hut this time, if the
proper encouragement is given,
the project will he carried to a
FARM PROPERTY VALLES
Try The Spokesman
Office for your next
order of Job Print
ing. We can please
you with work and
T H K
y » u r m ‘x *
of Job Work. Satinfui-
tory work «ml right
J . C. W ILLIAM S
is built to meet the peculiar needs of modern ac
counting. It shows a tremenduous saving of time
and operating expense. It ¡„sure« neatness and
The UNDERWOOD led the way in Writing-in-
Sight Construction, Built-in Tabulators, and Mod
ern Bookkeeping Appliances. There is
compare with it for originality, durability, speed
The M achine YoujW ill E ventually B u y ”
HARDW ARE and MACHINERY
J. A. WILCOX
All kinds of Light and Heavy Hardware,
Farm Machinery, Wagons, Etc.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
i n e o r p o p ti r H D
We S e ll the C e le b ra te d P H O E N I X L in e o f P a in ts
Office on North Sixth St.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
Sixth Street, Portland, O regon