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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1910)
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TH IS SEC TIO N A P
P E A L S TO THEM
Large Number Expected In
Here I^ater On In
trict The railroads make a colo
nist rate in the fall which is tak-;
en advantage o f by thousands of
people who want to come to Ore
gon to better their condition. As
the Redmond District is well ad
vertised throughout the middle
west there is no question but
a large number o f people will
come here during the next three
Delicious ice cream, and ice
cold soda water at the Buckley
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M A c ) l S O N
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Redmond Citizens in Favor
of Holding Harvest Fes
tival in September
C. V. Lincoln and Herman
Love o f Copperfield. Oregon, ar-
A t the meeting o f the Redmond
rived in Redmond last week and Commercial Club Monday night
after looking around the city and J. W. Woodruff, F. E. Mills. H.
country and noting the evidences H. Palmer and Mr. Gentry were
o f prosperity on all sides, have admitted to membership,
concluded to locate here and in-1 The Harvest Home Festival
WEST-END A V .
vest in property.
Both gen tle-: committee reported that it was
men, who are old friends o f City the sentiment o f the business
Marshal Mills, are shrewd, far men o f the city that a Harvest
seeing men, and predict a sub- Home Festival be held sometime
stantial and rapid growth for in September.
The matter was
Redmond and the Redmond Dis- placed in charge o f the Enter-
; tainment committee to work out
E. B. Applegate o f Cornith, la., the details.
ELEC T Y O U R LOTS N O W A N D GET A GOOD
has been in Redmond several
The old Membership committee
The only addition with a public
days looking the city and coun was discharged and a new one
park w ithin the corporate limits o f Redmond.
try over and is so well pleased consisting o f E. R. Tichenor, F.
Wide streets and alleys.
Located on the
with the future prospects o f this M. White and F. W. McCaffery
O w n ers
section that he has made up his appointed.
highest ground in the City.
Z. Taliaferro was appointed to
mind to locate here. Mr. Apple-
gate represents a number o f peo confer with the club members as
base liait tournuinent to be held
ple in Cornith who v e looking to the advisability o f changing
Redmond H. H. Club
thè county fair at Prinevil!»
toward the Redmond District the meeting night.
In Good Condition
this fall. Ile has U-en working
with the intention o f locating
J. J. Ellinger, F. M. White and
J. W. Woodruff this week
CapL Innmele of the Redmond thè players oui recently, and
here if conditions are favorable, C. N. Ehret were appointed a I
his new store on Sixth
and as Mr. Applegate will send committee to confer with County |
base ball team has his men in now has a line up that he feci*
street where he will carry a large
good condition this season, and assunsi will stami u gissi chance
them a report setting forth the Commissioner Bayley on the mat- ]yf u s jc ia n g W jH P e r f e c t
stock o f funiiture, groceries ami
advantages o f this section quite ter o f taking up the work on the |
promises that the team will give of hringing back thè finit money
queensware. He will do a strict
a colony from that point is ex- road between
a good account o f itself at the hung up for prin-s.
ly cash business.
pected to arrive here this fall.
Prineville and carrying it to com
As soon as the harvests are ov pletion.
For your candies and con fec-
er in the middle west states it is
tions, fresh and clean, go to the
Redmond is to have a brass Buckley Drug Co.
expected that a large number o f
Fresh lot o f oranges and lem-
new locators and home seekers ons at the Buckley Drug Co. band with a membership o f from
will arrive in the Redmond Dis- store.
l t f 16 to 20. Preparations are being
perfected to buy a new set o f
por f regh meats and satisfac-
the best instruments made. The
„ l j • tory treatment go to the Pioneer
project of organizing a band in .. . . . .
T H E
Redmond is receiving the hearty Meat Market.
F R A N K ZU M W A LT , Proprietor
endorsement o f the business men
W. J. Buckley left Monday for
The imstrumenta- Klamath Agency with a 4-horse
Comer o f Seventh and E SU„
tion at the start will be Bb clar
load o f Oregon Trunk Line en-
ionet, saxaphone, 2 solo, 1 first
and 1 second Bb comets. 3 altos, gineera’ supplies.
2 trombones, baritone, Bb bass,
Musicians desiring to join the
Eb bass, snare and base drums. new band that is being formed
An orchestra o f 6 or 8 pieces will
in Redmond are requested to
also be organized among the
members o f the band. There are leave their names at The Spokes
a number o f band men in Red man office or with E. R. Tiche
mond and as soon as the new in nor, secretary o f the Commenffal
Try a MONOGRAM 5 cent Cigar, or an
struments arrive rehearsals will Club.
AQ U ILA, 2 for 25 cents they an* gm«!
begin. It is the intention to bring
goods and will certainly please you.
the band and orchestra up to a
high state o f perfection and make Spokesman office to learn the
them the best in Central Oregon. printing business.
G uy E. D obson , Pres.
W. A. S tevens , Vice-Pres.
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j Let us fill your next grocery
G. M. S locum , Cashier
Full line o f stationery, new order from our new fresh stock,
clean stock, at the Buckley Drug Woodruff’s store.
J. W. Woodruff has bought the
Redmond’s Addition of Character
See JONES LAND CO.
A BAND HERE
B illiard and Pool
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Redmond Bank of Commerce
» and SOFT DRINKS
Commenced Business Feb. 19, 1910
Deposits March 29, 1910, - $18,000.00
Deposits Jane 30, 1910, - $68,000.00
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
A progressive bank— a bank that is grow
ing with the country.
W e are looking for
new business, and can take care of it.
have several hundred accounts on our books
and they get the service— that is why we
PALM ICE CREAM PARLORS
I f you want a good digh of Ice
Cream made from pure cream,
a Milk Shake, a cold glass of
Soda Water, Fresh Fruit, or
some of the best Confectionery
made, call and see us.
entire furniture stock o f J. K.
McPherson and moved it to his
new store room on Sixth street
What is said to be the largest between D and E streets, where
load o f lumber ever hauled out o f he will conduct a furniture and
Prineville was brought to Red grocery business.
mond last week by J. E. Lamb.
Pioneer Meat Market contents
There was 3400 feet in the load, for sale at a reasonable price. 2tf
and the lumber was for the
Methodist church building in
The telephone meeting o f the
members o f the Deschutes Val
New Principal for
ley Telephone Association called
for July 16th, was adjourned un
til Monday, July 25th, at 10
Prof. J. A. Thompson, form o’clock a. m. sharp.
erly principal o f the Laidlaw service is to be discontinued on
schools, has been engaged by Saturday night. July 23d, and
the directors o f the Redmond will remain so until a meeting is
school to take charge o f the held at which a majority o f the
school here the coming year. stockholders are present to do
The professor is an instructor o f business.
. merit and comes well recom
By order of Directors o f Tele
Another B ig Load
O f Lumber
THEO. R. HERKNER
Dealer in and
Manufacturer o f
Nothing but the BEST
Full line of Stationery
Buckley Drug Co., Prop’rs.
Whips, Rohes, Blankets, Etc.
Riepairing promptly done
Everything of the Best
TH E K EY HAS BEEN THROWN A W A Y A T
“Ja c k ’s” Place
DAY AND NIGHT
JA( K FAHEY, Proprietor
Corner Sixth and F Sts.,
E V E R Y T H IN G NEW , C L E A N
» " d First-class. When you
want a good appetizing meal
come and see me, I will deliver
the goods. Meals served at all
hours day and night.
and Horse Goods
»Sooth Sixth St.
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES FOR SALE