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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1910)
The Redmond Spokesman
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Published every Thursday by
H. II. * C. 1. rAl.Ml'R
AT KBUMOND. OKKUON
• A G R E E D
Fy successful men that the first thousand dollars
that they saved looked larger to them than the
many thousands that followed. There are sever
al reasons for this. One of which is, that money
saved begets more money. You are practically
helpless, as far as business advancement is con
cerned unless you have some capital. When you
have capital, opportunities for sound and profit
able investments are always presenting them
selves. Start an account with this bank and
will willingly assist you with our advice, when you
have enough to swing an investment. Our Cer
tificates o f Deposit offer an absolutely safe op
portunity to make four and five percent on your
idle money. You are always welcome at this bank.
A DVKRTISINO RATES made known
Make all moneys payable and address
nil communications to II. It. £ C. 1..
I'alme:-. It bu.i ! Or« «<n
Enter«*! as second-class matter Ju.y
11, l.i’.ii a» the l’ostolllce at Rislnum«!,
¡Oregon, uruier the Act o f Men. S. ISTt*.
Redmond, Oregon, Deo. 8. 1910
Redmond Bank of Commrece
R e d m on d , O regon
See our special remedies for Coughs,
Colds and Rheumatism.
ful attention is given this depart
ment. Prescriptions carefully com
Treat your grain before planting this
fall. It is necessary for a good crop
Our stock of interior decorating
paints will fill your wants and make
your house more beautiful. Sherwin
& Williams are the leaders in the
ready mixed paint line.
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
C h a n g e M ust C om e
The following article taken
! from the Portland Journal is right
! to the point as re.ard reforms to
be made in the liquor traffic:
I “ The more reforms the Home
Rule people inaugurate, the wiser
they will be. They can err more
, easily on the side of laxity than
| in thoroughness.
I p.omises in the campaign, and
are on trial as to those protn-
1 ises now.
“ Many of those who voted for
j the Home Rule bill did so on the
assurance that there was to be a
change and that it was to lie a
change wrought by Home Rule
people. The point has been reach
ed when the conditions of the
past will not be tolerated. The
, low dive with its evasions and
! violations of laws has had its day.
The mining camp standards in
| the saloon business have passed.
; A saloon must be a place where
liquor is sold within the require
ments of the law, and not be an
asylum and rendezvous for road
agents, footpads and other ene-
mies o f society. The standard
that has long been maintained by
the respectable dealers is the
! standard that must be adopted
“ Even with the reforms, the
business is under constant men
ace. The great social mass is
constantly purging itself of foll-
i ies and futility. A reckoning is
talcing place in which accounts
are being cast up and balances
struck. Great corporations are
refusing to employ those who
use intoxicants. Vast belts of
territory are going dry. Reform
o f the traffic is not a mere epi
sode but a nation wide movement.
It is not a fleeting flurry, but a
widespread change that is cons
tantly gathering strength.
* ‘Reform has to come. Changes
have to be made. Abuses have
to be abolished. If it is not done
by the dealers, it will be done for
ti e dealers.”
T II E
Blue Vitrol, per pound,
Formaldehyde, per quart,
Str.ctly in Advano*
One year. - $1.50 Hiree months. Wo
.78 i Single copiia, 5c
HOTEL REDMOND ANNEX
Everything New and
S. F. SMITH, Proprietor
G. W. WELLS
will look after
F. W. McCAFFERY’S
Real Estate Business at the old stand
during Mr. McCaffery’s absence
rend, and are calling for more.
The eighth grade is studying
budding and grafting now. and
will take up plant disease next
The walls in Mrs. Ilopley’ s
rooms are showing much neat
and profitable work done by the
The roll o f honor in both Mrs.
Hopley’ s and Mrs. Jarrett’s
rooms show splendid results.
Mrs. Jarrett has 52 pupils now.
and the seating capacity is over
taxed, as is that o f all the rooms.
The new seats art' her»: and will
be in place when school o|H>ns
next Monday after a short recess
as a precautionary measure to
prevent the chance o f a spread
of diphtheria, o f which we have
had two cases in one family. It
¡«believed there will l>e no more
cases, and by Monday there will
lie no more danger, and Dr.
Hosch is doing what he can to
prevent any spread o f
The Bend city council at its
last meeting raised the liquor li
cense to $1.000 a year and limited
the number of saloons to ten.
Saloon keepers must In* citizens
of the United States, and must
furnish bond from a surety com
pany in the sum o f $1.000 for
term o f license. A tax o f 15 mills
on the dollar was levied for 1910
as against 10 mills for 1909.
See our New Stock of Silverware
That we are showing now—just the
thing for holiday presents.
Mail Arrives in
The three days’ overdue mail
that arrived here last \Vednesda>
night was received in bad condi
tion. Some of the sacks looked
as if they had been used for
brake blocks, the sacks being
torn and the mail covered with
mud and cut up. When the
sacks were emptied into the dis
tributing box at the postoffice
enough mud came out o f the
sacks to make a flower bod.
Some of the mail sacks were im
properly labeled and were carried
by to Sisters. Verily the mail
service between Redmond and
Shaniko is a serious problem
during the winter months.
<v C h a p m a n ,
Office in Redmond «'i Ph enix
Buy a liOt in
Redm ond. Ore.
F. H. RODFMEYER
Eyes Tested. Glasses Prop
Otlliv in F.hret tin « block
Oregon Trunk R //. rfi-
(irnded streets, curbs,
(em ent Sidewatks
W ater sgstem reit hont
One gear and a h alf
to pag for gour lots
WM. G. PHOENIX, Agt.
RED M O N O , ORK.
Ottico ii|wtairs m lt«<lm«>ml lloU'l
BUCKLEY EXP GO.
Urdntoiul and Shaniko
Leave Redmond every Sunda)
I.eave Shaniko Tuesday an«l
Arrive at Redmond Thursday ai«t
Passenger and Express
last freight and Express a Specially
J. C. WILLIAMS
GO MPA NY Sells
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Healing and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
and all the other good» that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come und see us.
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Carriage heaters to keep your
feet warm, for sale by Theo.
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
in the city
T h e P io n e e r
I. P. HEWITT
M eat M arket
C . F. B A R T L E T T , P r o p ’ r.
Boom* 1 and .7, Redmond Bank of
Iowegon Real Estate
On the Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS, BOMLSTLADS
%' JUAHK D E A L
Write for literature.
I sell everything in the Meat Line,
and always have a good stock on
hand to fill your wants with.
will find that your meat shopping
will always la* satisfactory if done
at The Pioneer Market.
Besides carrying a full line of meats
I sell everything that is raised on
the ranch, such ns Butter, Eggs,
Chickens, Vegetables, etc., and sell
same at reasonable prices.
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FUEL CO.
GEORGE W. FARRIS, Manager
All Orders Given Prompt
Buckley Drug Co.
Jackson Lumber Co.
Office on North Sixth St.
John B. Wimer left this place
last week for Grants Pass where
he will remain for the winter
visiting relatives and friends.
P. A. Woolley returned from
Bend last week Thursday. He
is helping his brother who has a
contract on the residence that
C. A. Lucas is building there.
E. H. Edgington is slaughter
ing and delivering some tine beef
to the Bend markets these days.
Mr. Edgington is an old hand at
the butchering business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker start
ed for Roseburg last week via
Shaniko. Some time ago they
made an effort to reach Roseburg
by crossing the mountians by
way of the McKenzie road but
Reported for The Spokesman.
had to return on account of the
School enrollment to date is 120. deep snow and impassible roads.
Ninth and tenth grades are
now at work, and we can take Christmas Gifts
care o f anyoue who wishes to
All gradesof rocking chairs and
enter these grades.
and cheap rugs. Buy a use
Tenth grade is working in ad-
and buy it now. If
i vanced agriculture, the same
keep it for you
course as the County High School.
Principal Thompson has been untilChristmas. I have sold my
supplementing the geography groceries and hardware and will
and history work with morning largely increase my furniture and
talks and readings. This week wall paper stocks.
Yours for business,
the work was “ Travels Through
J. W. W'oodruff.
Last week a lecture
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on “ The Merchant of Venice.”
Notice to City Water Users
Several eighth graders are
reading Shakespeare now, instead
All water users of city water
o f the light reading as formerly are hereby notified that water
rents are payable in advance at
office o f City Recorder. Secure
your receipts at once. Water
rates go into effect December 1st
Water bills not paid before 10th
of current month will carry a
penalty of 10 per cent.
By order of City Council.
In the above line we carry a complete
stock and invite you to call on us
when you need anything in our line.
W . W . CAUGHEY,
Ground and Chopped
Feed, Seeds, Hay
T o ll o r H ash G rin d in g
I«eavo orders at Buckley Bros.
7th St. bel. D and E Sts. REIMIOND, ORE.