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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Redmond Bank of Commerce
Publish«*! fv«ry ThudMlsy by
II. H. A 0. L. PAI MKR
AT RGOMONO. OKKUON
Strictly in Ail vim-«
On«* y«*ar, - $1.50 I Thr**«* month», f*0c
.75 I Sin«!«* ropics, 3c
A general banking business conducted.
conditions in this section, and
they have made all kinds of
promises to remedy the condition,
hut it seems they have gono to
sleep at the switch.
That the K«*dmond District is
Make all money* pay able and addres» section where nearly all kinds of
all communication* to H. H. & C. L.
fruit can In* successfully grown,
Palmer, Redmond. Oregon.
Letters of credit and travelers’ checks is
sued. negotiable everywhere.
Entered as *«*.*ond-cla«a matter Ju«y is shown by the number o f peo
U. 1S10 at the Poatortn-o at Redmond. ple who are engaging in that oc
' Oregon, under the Act of Mob. S, 1S7S.
D rafts drawn on all foreign countries.
cupation now, or who are going
Redmond. Oregon. Jan. It», tt*ll to do so the present year. One
man near the city has ordered
Interest paid on time deposits.
Agents for O L D L IN K tire insurance.
About The Railroads
You are always welcome at this bank.
From the stories published on
the first page o f this issue it will
Officers and Stockholders:
300 apple trees. Ilk» o f three d if
ferent varieties, and will set
them out this spring.
be seen the citizens o f Redmond
ranchers who have lived in this
can expect to see the cars run
section and seen how the fruit
ning into the city some time in
industry has prospered have
This information is ob
placed orders for both largo and
tained from Chief Engineer Budd
small fruit trees and hushes.
o f the Oregon Trunk line, the
l>ast year the exhibits o f fruit
highest authority on construction
shown in this district compart'd
j work. Mr. Budd states that
favorably with any section o f
, both passenger and freight trains
Oregon, and has opened the eyes
I will be operating between Port
o f the people here, as well as
land and Metolius by the first o f
those outside, and the year 11)11
April, and as Metolius is only
will see an increased acreage o f
j 22 miles north o f Redmond, the orchard3 ^ out
people in this section will have
J. P. O ’ Brien. Portland. Oregon.
Wilbur A. Stevens. Redmond. Oregon.
B. A. Kendall. Redmond. Oregon.
Guy E. Dobson, Redmond, Oregon.
Geo. L. Dobson. Des Moines. Iowa.
J. W. Brewer. Wilson Creek, Washington.
G. M. Slocum, Cashier, Redmond, Oregon.
some relief before
According to statistics
Table and counter serv
ice the best the market
Harriman line, roach here.
Beef cattle nil over the
The above information, com- country is becoming scarcer
ing as it docs from the highest every year, and it is only a ques-
W e are here to stay—
come and see us.
Open day and night.
authority, is indeed good news tion o f a short time before the
for the people o f Redmond and United States will have to begin
this whole section.
With the importing their meat.
coming o f the roads the people
The meat trust has boosted the
will get in touch with the out
One door south o f Oregon Hotel
side world, the cost o f all kinds price o f beef up three cents in
o f merchandise and commodities this section. This raise went in
will be cheapened, mail service to effect Monday o f this week,
improved, and our incomparable Pretty soon it will cost the con-
| land will be settled by a large sumer two bits to even look at a
number o f farmers and ranchers. beef.
Now, get on your boosting and
G. W. W E LLS
will look after
make Redmond the metropolis of
F. W. M cC A F F E R Y ’ S
the Central part o f the state. By
pulling all together in the future
Real Estate Business at the old stand
as the Redmond citizens
during Mr. M cCaffery’s absence
Subscribe for The Spokesman
$1.50 per year in advance
CARL WOODS '
Livery, Sale and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
G or. 5th and E Sts.,
R E D M O N D , ORE.
THEO. R. HERKNEP
Dealer in and
Office in Retimond «ft Plncnix
Redm ond, Ore.
Every week the future outlook
for Redmond grows brighter.
F. H. RODEMEYER
Eyes Tested. Glasses Prop
Olile«' in Eh rot Itri*». block
By this come here for the winter.
G. W. Wimer and sons are
these days clearing land.
i are often a day or two behind in
■ mail service.
I f the mail stage
could wait a reasonable time
when the mail is late into Prine-
| ville the service on this end o f
the line would be bettered.
. . .
Whips, Robes, Blankets, Etc.
Several petitions have been
Repairing promptly done
sent to our representatives and
South Sixth St. REDMOND, ORE. congressmen regarding the mail
and Horse Goods
P rin tin g
Let us do your next order o f
commercial job printing.
grade work and prices satisfac-
v , _ .
tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
The Home Bakery and Itestau-
rant for good meals.
SPO K E SM AN
if you want to keep
posted on what is do
BRING OR SEND IN YOU R
to make room for new stock of these
Here is a chance TO SAVE MONEY.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
TO D A Y.
$1.50 per year
I have Hie (Inly Thoroughly Dry Slock
of RUSTIC in this section
Yards on l ililí SI. between C and I) streets
Offici* upstairs in Redmonti Hotel
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
Redmond and Shaniko
l.cavc Kislmnml «very Sunday
1.« i»vi* Shaniko Tucmlay anil
Arri\<* at Rodmoml Thursday ami
Passenger nnd Express
Fast Freight and Express a Sftxialh
J. C. WILLIAMS
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CO M PA N Y Sells
Doors, Windows, (¡lass.
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggiesand Hacks,
anti all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see us.
Satisfaetion (¡ uaranteed
Jackson Lumber Co.
Office on North Sixth St.
I. P. HEWITT
Room» 1 and .1, Rmlmond Rank of
lowegon Real Estate
On the Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS, HOMESTEADS
S W A HE
Write for literature.
HARM ON COOK,
s æ » as -a s
I sell everything in the Meat Line,
and always have a good «took tin
hand to fill your wants with.
will find that your meat shopping
will always Is* satisfactory if dune
at The Pioneer Market.
Besides carrying a full line o f meats
I aell everything that is raised on
the ranch, surh as Butter, Eggs.
( hickens. Vegetables, etc., and aell
same at reasonable prices.
Transfer Line REDMOND FEED & FUEL CH
ing in Redmond and
Complete Stock of Lumbei
and Building Material
Reduced Prices on
| have I •ought t»»«* h'»>l»er «took o f
I**t me figure with you on your next
fret« for all classes of building«.
iko has arrived or not.
( ruling the towns in this section
G. W. Wimer o f this place has
done in the past, the above con made several trips to Bend to
visit the dentist to get a new set
dition can be accomplished.
o f grinders in his mouth.
E. H. Edgington has been de
livering considerable beef to the
According to the mail schedule
Bend meat markets lately.
that is now in force at Prineville,
C. L. Wimer made a business
letters sent out from here re visit to Bend last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Woolley
main in the Prineville postoffice
about twenty hours before being o f this place, attended the dance
at Laidlaw Friday night.
sent to Shaniko, where the stage
G. W. Wimer was a business
connects with the railroad. Mail
visitor at Laidlaw Thursday.
leaves here for Prineville at 6:30
George Higginson, formerly in
a. m. daily and reaches Prineville business at Redmond, and who
about 11 a. m. and lays in the has bought the W right place
office there until 7:00 a. m. the near here, was in town Saturday.
Mr. Higginson is well pleased
with this place and the splendid
nt out on the stage for Shaniko.
Another intelligent ruling the
Chas. Spaugh and I. E. Wimer
postal department has made is were pleasant callers at this
that the mail stage that carries place Friday.
J. Hasselburg went to Sisters
Saturday on a business trip. Mr.
mond and Bend, shall
Hasselburg has been in the log-
R . C . I M M E L K ’S
Kendall X l liHpnian, ami am adding
to the «ame ami will carry a
the Oregon Trunk Line, the Hill are 10,000 head o f cattle less in
I road, and the Deschutes Road, the Crook county now than a year
Geo. L Wheeler, Prop’ r.
ami Sl itti KON
Fruit («rowing Here
ADVERTISING RATES made known
appealing to fruit growers us a
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
GEORGE W. FARRIS, Manager
All Orders Given Prompt
W. W. CAUGHEY,
Feed, Seeds, Hay
Toll o r e.ixh Grinding
Leave order* at Hockley Bros.
7th SI. bel. D and E Sis.