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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1910)
great faith in the future o f Cen
tral Oregon and will build their
roads into that portion of the
state as rapidly as possible so as
to bring in u good class o f colo
nists and settle them upon the
vacant lands. While other roads
are retrenching the Hill people
are going right ahead with devel
The Redmond Spoksman
....... T H E . . . . .
Published every Thursday by
Redmond Bank of Commerce
Commenced Bnsiaess Feb. If, IflO
Deposits larch 2f, 1910. • $18,000.00
Deposits June 3», Iflf, ■ $08,000.00
U. H. a C. L . PALMF.H
AT KKDMOND. OREGON
Strictly in Advance
One year. - $1.50 I Three months, 50c
.75 i Single copies. 6c
ADVERTISING RATES made known
Make all moneys payable am) address
all communications to H. H. A C. L
Palmer, Redmond. Oregon.
Application for entry as sevond-elasa
matter made at Redmond PostotRce.
Do not neglect to register. It
is particularly important that ev
ery voter in the city o f Redmond
and in the precincts in the Red
mond District should vote at the
coming November election and
they cannot do so unless they
register before September 14th.
No matter how many times you
have registered before you must
register again this year. The
registration books are now open
at Judge Wilcox’ s office for the
city o f Redmond and the Red
Redmond. Oregon. Aug. 18. 1910
G uy E. D o b s o n . Pres.
W . A. S t e v e n s . Vice-Prea.
G. M. S locum . Cashier
p r o g r e s s iv e b a n k — a
i n g w ith t h e c o u n t r y .
b a n k th a t is g r o w
W e a r e lo o k in g fo r
n e w b u s i n e s s , a n d c a n ta k e c a r e o f it.
h a v e s e v e r a l h u n d r e d a c c o u n ts o n o u r b o o k s
a n d t h e y g e t t h e se rv ic e — th a t
is w h y
h ave th e m .
If You Are Looking for
in Real Estate
L et us sh ow you what we
can otter. W e havt
ist o t
City Property and
Improved and Unimproved
that we can sell you at
sa tisfa ctory prices and on
reasonable Term s.
REDMOND & PHOENIX
Agents for D. L & P. Co’s. Land
lutes Valley Realty Co.
tU A R T E R S F O R
The place to go if you want to buy or sell
We make an effort to get you
a quick sale for your property, and if you
want to buy we take a delight in selling you
the best bargain that is on the market.
First come, first served.
G. M. Huffman, Mg’r., Redmond
Redmond Bank o f Commerce, State Bank o f Redmond
or any business house in Redmond.
LAMB FEED CO.
Roller Mill and
Dealers in Chop Feed o f all kinds, Baled Hay,
Timothy, Alfalfa. Clover, Seeds and Seed
Grain. TOLL CHOPPING DONE.
Manufacturers o f Graham Flour
DO IT TODAY
THK ENLARGED SPOKESMAN
The columns o f a newspaper
are an index to the character and
prosperity o f the town or city in
I which it is published.
If the columns of the paper are
filled with live, uo to date adver
tisements o f the business men in
the town the paper truthfully
gives the impression that that
town or city is on the map and
the business men are a bunch of
live wires, working to the end to
make their town a commercial
Such a town is Redmond.
A glance through the advertis
ing columns o f The Spokesman
will show that all classes of busi
ness are represented.
The news columns wijLspn-
H h . v Press to bale their largo hay
crop this year with. Theaeinen
have acveral hundred tons to
bale, and they expect to receive
a gixst price for their crop, much
better than last year us the de
mand will be greater,
C. O. Henkle. a Bend real es
tate dealer, has been in this sec
tion recently looking the country
over and listing lands.
Geo. W. Wimer and sons are
busy cutting and putting up their
Mammoth Red ('lover crop. They
have 40 acres, and much of it
will make from Hi to 4 tons to the
acre. They land plastered their
clover land. They also will get
a bumper crop of red clover and
P. A. Woolley is cutting a fine
crop o f hay.
Ira E. Wimer and Charley
Spaugh report a bumper crop. In
fact, all crops in this section will
yield remarkably well this sea
The good news that the affairs
o f the Deschutes Irrigation «6
Power Co. are to be reorganized
and placed on a sound financial
basis will be hailed with delight
by the people in this section.
The reorganization of the com-
A. E. PHILLIPS,
Specifications and Estimates
furnished on all classes
o f Buildings
settling up o f this section.
If those outside people who are
circulating stories to the effect
that all railroad work in the vi
cinity o f Redmond had ceased
could hear the blasting being
done on the railroad right o f way
around here these days they
would change their minds.
When a person invests in Red
mond real estate or in land in the
Redmond District they are mak
ing no mistake.
ments are better than money in
What better evidence o f pros
perity can a person ask for than
to see all kinds o f building activ
ity in a town.
That is what ob
tains in Redmond today.
R. H. BAYLEY FOR COMMISSIONER
The wise, far seeing man real
izes that property values in Red
mond are none too high at the
Redmond needs a suitable pub
The Spokesman is informed
hall or opera house. Who will
that R. H. Bayley the present
the one to fill this need?
county commissioner from this
district, at the earnest solicita
tion o f his friends, has decided
to be a candidate for re-election.
Since serving the county as
commissioner Mr. Bayley has, as
; far as The Spokesman can learn,
filled the office acceptably. He
‘ has built a number o f roads and
bridges, and all o f them good
ones, too, for Mr. Bayley believes
that if a thing is worth doing it
if you want to keep
¡3 worth doing well.
posted on what is do
As county commissioner Mr. |
ing in Redmond and
Bayley seems to be the right man
in the right place.
lowegon Real Estate
A gen cy
On the Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS, HOMESTEADS
Writ«- for liter*ture.
^ Ë B CHÏÜfl Jilt OR
Suits Made to Order
Cleaning and Repairing
Fit guaranteed or no sale
J. C. WILLIAMS
J. A. W ILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office on North Sixth S t
Tents and Wagon
W e have lately received a large stock o f the
above goods, all sizes, and when you want any-
thing in thi-'
p H t t O H M l BLyw r
(Received too late for last week.)
Much lumber is being hauled
from the old Hightower & Smith:
mill to Bend, through this place. j
The Spoo & Burkhart mill at
Gist is doing a good business.
The mill has a ready market for
all the lumber turned ou t
There is much travel through
here now from points in the Wil
lamette Valley. Most of the peo
ple coming through are interest-1
ed in looking for locations and as
certaining land values.
Geo. W. Wimer and sons, Ira
E. Wimer and Chas. H. Spaugh
going to order a Lightning
McCall Patterns for sale.
THE REDMOND MILLINERY STORE
MRS. K. R- TICHKNOR. Manager.
Good Buys in
F. W . M cCaffery
Dealer in Timber Lands,
Homesteads and Desert
Claims Deschutes Valley
Lands with perpetual wa
BARGAINS in ALL KINDS of REAL ESTATE
Livery, Sale and Feed
First-class Rigs and T«-ams, 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.
$1.50 per year
75 eta to $3.50
91.60 to $3.50
1 julien’ Hats,
75 eta to $2.00
Children s Hosiery. 2 pair for 25 eta
Ladies’ Hosiery, 2 pair fur • 25 eta
75 cts to $1.50
. 10 and 15 ctu
President Stevens o f the O re-1
gon Trunk Line that is building
into this section, recently stated
there would be no let up on con
struction work until the road was
completed. Hill and Stevens have
BRING OR SEND IN YOUR
0 . T. LINE GOING RIGHT AHEAD
...O F ...
panyjueamj a greftt ¿Cti-tlTThe
Vmce the reader that there is
something doing here all the
time in the way o f building and
It is not a mushroom growth,
either, for the agricultural sec
tion has kept pace with the city
in settlement, and Redmond has
a good solid foundation behind
These conditions, together with
the fact that property prices for
both city and country realty are
reasonable and within the,reach of
persons o f limited means, has
made Redmond what she is today
and will continue to be the po
tent factor that will, in a few
years, make the city the most
important in Central Oregon.
The Spokesman will at all times
keep pace with the growth and
progress o f the city and give to
its readers reliable news o f this
section that will interest them.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Cor. 7th and E S ts .,
UN DERW OOD
T Y P E W R IT E R
The claim for durability
in the PIONEER VISI
BLE UNDERWOOD ¡ h as
well established as its rec-
ord for speed.
“ The Machine you will
68 S ix th S tr e e t
RED M O N D , ORE.
BEN COTTER. Proprietor
Carries a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
C O N T R A C T IN G A N D B U IL D IN G
P la n s a n d E s tim a te s F u r n ish e d .
A ll O rd ers G iven P r o m p t A tte n tio n .
Yard one block east of Jackson’s Hardware Store,
R ed m on d