Image provided by: Deschutes County Historical Society; Bend, OR
About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1910)
If You Are Looking for
in Real Estate
L e t us s h o w y o u w hat u e
can o ffe r . IVe h ave a large
lis t o f
City Property and
Improved and Unimproved
that iv e can s e ll y o u at
s a t is fa c t o r y p r ic e s and on
r e a s o n a b le T e r m s .
REDMOND & PHOENIX
A gents for D. I. & P. Co’s. Land
Subscribe for the Spokesman
$1.50 per Year
N O R T H
B E A C H
Queen o f the Northwest Resorts
Near the Mouth o f the Columbia River, on Washington Coast
The Place to Spend Your
Twenty-five miles o f Magnificent Beach
Level, Compact and Smooth
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel, cottage,
tent and camp life.
All the comforts of home and the
healthful invigorating recreation o f 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,
Three Day —Saturday to Monday Rate,
Purchase tickets and make reservations at City Ticket Office.
3d and Washington Sts., Portland, or inquire of any 0. R.
& N. agent elsewhere for information.
WM. Me MURRAY,
P o r t la n d , O regon .
1’ rinovillo Journal: Volume l.
No. lot' the Redmond Spokesman
H. H. « C. L. PAI.MKR
is at hand. It is a bright, noway
AT RKPMOND, OREGON
number, and a credit to its edi
tors, the Palmers. These gen
Strictly in Advance
One year, - 91.50 I Three months, 50e tlemen know how to get out a
.75 I Single copies, 5c good paper and will ilo their share
ADVERTISING RATES made known of the work o f pushing the Ked-
Publishoil «very Thursday by
Application for entry as second-class
matter made at Redmond I’oatothce.
Redmond Hub: The Redmond
Redmond. Oregon. July 28. 19101 Spokesman has made its welcome
appearance on ovir exchange ta-
That Redmond is a live town is *>le. The Spokesman is charac-
easy o f demonstration A|i kinds teriatically neat in appearance: a
of business is prosperous. We close reproduction o f the 1 .aid-
are not desirous o f having the law Chronicle.
public think we are suffering
Mitchell Sentinel: Something
from a boom.
We are enjoying
an increase of business and pros- new the Redmond Spokesman,
perity. Our streets are crowded Vol. I, No. 1, is on our table, a
early and late, people and teams bright, newsy, six-column [Nipor,
are bringing in produce and mon well gotten up. and it looks like
It is pub-
ey to exchange for goods, and it had come to stay.
our merchants are paying th e. 1IS,U>‘ * 1>v ** 11 ¡»’id l . L. I a m
good lo - 1
highest market prices for produce or> ani| eertamly ,:is
and are soiling goods at “ live and cat- ,n hedmond gets
let live“ prices, and the people!»* one-half that is promised it
W not slow to take advantage o f »«rely will make a good town.
this opportunity and get the bar The Sentinel wishes you all kinds
gains as advertised by our mer of good luck, gentlemen, in your
One o f the traits o f a wide
Chehalis. W n„ Advocate: The
awake, progressive town is civic Redmond Spokesman of Rod-j
It is a good trait, for m0nd. Crook county. Ore., made
while sometimes it leads one into ¡tg boW to the public July 14 in
making slightly exaggerated attractive form, and local inter
statements, yet in the main it is est ¡s centered around this week-
a good, healthy feeling for the \y by the fact that its editor, H.
individual, and at all times con- fj Palmer, was a former resi-
ducive to the growth and pros- j ent 0f Chehalis during his con-
perity o f his city. It makes one nectlon with the staff o f the Lew-
vigorous in defense*, and persis- ¡8 County Advocate. Associated
tent in undertakings: it is an in- with him is Mrs. Palmer, an able
centive to industry; it makes the newsiiapcr woman who is also
individual contented and there- wej| known in this city.
I fore happy. Believe in your town
and talk your belief. If you Dissolution of Partnership
have any old fogies remember
\otice is hereby given that the
they are in the minority, and co-partnership o f Kllinger & Tal-
that it takes all kind of people to ¡aferro has been dissolved by
make a world anyway. Encourage mutua] consent. J. J. Ellinger re
live people to move in by making tjrjng from ¿»¡d firm. All debts
it worth their while.
Welcome ,,r accounts due said firm may lx*
outside capital in developing any paj,j (o z. Taliaferro, anti all
natural resources the town has. claims and liabilities against or
Don’ t begrudge the dollars the owing by said firm outstanding
enterprising man makes, but hus on the 22nd day of July, 1910,
will U> paid by the undersigned
tle around to collar a few y ourself. jointly.
Z. T ai . iakf . rro .
Above all “ pull together,” and
J. J. E l l in g e r .
the town will ride the high wave
o f prosperity over the most dis
To haul lumber from the old
couraging breakers, and every in
habitant will get his or her share Hightower-Smith mill to Red
mond and Bend. Call or write
o f the profit from the voyage.
Pilot Butte Development Co.
This paper is endeavoring to
give its patrons the best service
that is possible to give and all
that the patronage will permit
The Spokesman is being frequent- j
ly complimented on its apjiear - 1
ance and the amount and kind of
matter it contains. Our citizens
can make the paper still more e f - ;
fective by liberal ¡«tronage both
in subscriptions and advertising.
The paper will always endeavor ,
to merit the patronage.
THEO. R. HERKNER
If you know or hear o f an int
eresting item in the community 1
Dealer in and
make it a point to see that it finds
a place in your local paper. We
should much appreciate your e f
fort, and will take means to as
certain or verify any lacking
[joints. Anything which tends
to letter or brighten the news
Whips, Robes, Blankets, Etc. service of a paper makes it of so
Repairing promptly done
much more value to the commu
nity, and the subscribers are the
I South Sixth St.
ones mostly benefited thereby
and Horse Goods
We have all kinds o f Building Material such as DOORS, WINDOWS,
SASH, Etc., and can fill your orders on short notice at Right Prices
THROW ROQUETS AT US
We carry a full stock o f Lumber o f all kinds and would
Good Buys in
...( ’ A L E O N...
F. W . McCaffery
Deuter in Timber Lunds,
Homesteads und Desert
Claims, Deschutes Valley
Lunds with perpetual wa
BARGAINS in ALL KINDS o f REAL ESTATE
Livery, Sal e and Feed
First-class Rigs ami Teams, with or with
out drivers, for trips to all points in the
Deschutes Valley at reasonable prices.
Hay, Grain and Stable Room for your
Bring your stock here for sale or trade. We
have plenty o f accommodations.
Headquarters for Freighters
McCLAY & TEMPLETON, Prop’s.
e o r . 7th and B S t s .,
R B D M O X D . ORB.
W . W . CAUGHEY,
* « 3
J. A. WILCOX
All kinds o f Light and Heavy Hardware,
Farm Machinery, Wagons, Etc.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
is built to meet the peculiar needs o f modern ac
counting. It shows a tremenduous saving o f time
and operating expense.
It insures neatness and
The UNDERWOOD led the way in Writing-in-
Sight Construction, Built-in Tabulators, and Mod
ern Bookkeeping Appliances.
There is none to
compare with it for originality, durability, speed
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
G O R P O P A
T E D
Office on North Sixth St.
W e S e l l th e G e te b r a te d P H O E N I X L in e o f P a in ts
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
“ The M achine You W ill Eventually Buy”
HARDW ARE and MACHINERY
like to figure on your building order.
R » ’ -l i
All Orders Given Prom pt
S atisfactory Attention
J. C. WILLIAMS
1 4 .
Ó8 Sixth Street. Portland, Oregon
I I « ,n