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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1911)
ent localities, some of them as
far off as New Mexico. Each
week new names are being added
Published »vary Thursday by
H. II. * C. !.. P AI.MRS
to the list. People interested in
AT KKOMOND. ORKOON
this section want a newspaper
that will keep them posted on
Strictly in Advatic*
One y oar. - $1.50 I Thro* mouth*. 50c the growth and progress her»*,
.76 I Singlo copie». 5c
and for that reason they sub
ADVERTISING RATKS made known
scribe for The Spokesman.
The Redmond Spokesman
Redmond Bank of Commerce
R edm ond, Oregon
A general banking business conducted.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
Letters of credit and travelers’ checks is
sued, negotiable everywhere.
Drafts drawn on all foreign countries.
Make all money» payablcatul addrcaa
»11 eommunication» to H. H. 4 C. L.
| Palmer, Rodinomi. Oregon.
Redmond, Oregon, Feb. 9, 1911
Agents for OLD LINE fire insurance.
A Big Celebration
You are always welcome at this bank.
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.
THE OREGON CAFE
When the R. R. Comes
formerly Banquet Cafe
Enlarged and remodeled
Table and counter serv
ice the best the market
We are here to stay—
come and see us.
Open day and night
One door south of Oregon Hotel
G. W. WELLS
will look after
F. W. McCAFFERY’S
Real Estate Business at the old stand
during Mr. McCaffery’s absence
Subscribe for The Spokesman
$ 1 .5 0 p er yea r in advance
Livery, Sale and Feed
It Will Pay
The choicest vacant comer 50x
100 on Sixth street, only one
block from Hotel Redmond, this
is a snap for a quick buy, $1800
takes i t See Jones Land Com
pany for terms.
The poultry business is begin
ning to attract the attention of
R E D M O N D , ORE.
a number of people in this section
and many ranchers are making
preparations to engage in it on
quite an extensive scale this
Dealer in and
year. This is a business that if Your Wants Filled
properly handled wilt bring in
Patronize Home Industry
Let us fix you out with any-1
thing in the line o f signs, wood
carving, picture framing, glaz
Thirty-six new subscribers ing and glass cutting, paints and
Whips, Rohes, Blankets, Etc. were added to the subscription oil, rubber and steel stamps,
Repairing promptly done
list of The Spokesman last week. brass checks and stencils, pads
Sovth Sixth St.
These names were (from differ- and brushes, and novelties of all
kinds. Work and orders given
J. H. Redercr & Co.
Sign Shop, 7th S t
THEO. R. HERKNER
Now it is about time that a
railroad was being built to Prine-
ville from Culver Junction. The
other towns north of here on the
Oregon Trunk IJne have built a
road to the county seat, and it is
surprising that Culver has not
had a road in operation by this
Bright, sunshiny days all
through the winter months here
is the best advertisement Red
mond and the Redmond District
could have. It is not mere news
paper talk—we have had the
above kind of weather all this
winter, and people from outside
who have been in the city this
Gives the News
winter have been agreeably sur
The large and growing circula
prised at our climate.
of The Spokesman has been
—i— — ——
1 obtained because The Spokesman
is a newspaper in every sense of
The Redmond Commercial Club the word, and gives the news of
is always abreast o f the times.
Redmond and the Redmond Dis
This organization has lately com trict right up to the minute of
pleted arrangemenes for an ex
tensive publicity campaign for
the year 1911. While Redmond
Representatives o f wholesale
and this section is pretty well houses in Portland are beginning
known all over the United States to arrive in Redmond and take
the club proposes to make it bet orders for future shipment —
ter known and will put out their when the railroad reaches here.
money to advance the interests Many large orders have been
1 of this section.
Headquarters for Freighters
e o r . 5 th and E S t s .,
mond the best trading point in
A two or three days celebration
in Redmond when the railroad
reaches here has been suggested
Every issue o f The Redmond
by some of the citizens.
i Spokesman is a boom paper for
course Redmond will celebrate
the city, and those interested in
when the road gets here, and it
placing the progress and growth
may be depended upon that the
of Redmond and this section be
celebration will be a classy o n e -
fore the outside world can do no
better than any other city or
better than to send copies of the
town along the line, for Redmond
paper to persons interested in
never does anything by halves.
It will be an event that will mark
history in this part of the state.
Geo. L Wheeler, Prop’r.
taking time by the forelock and
making improvements in their
hotel to lie in readineaa to take
care of tho big rush of people
that is sure to come to Redmond
with the event of tlu* railroad.
The company proposes to show to
the new comers that Redmond has
one of the l»est appointed hotels
in Central Oregon.
Everybody boost for the big
4th of July celebration that Red
mond is going to have this year.
It will be a state affair, and peo
ple from all over Oregon will be
invited to come and see what a
grand country we have and what
a good lot of people live in the
A Good Move
And a large number
The merchants here have com
of these invited people will come, menced to advertise ''sale days"
too. for they have their eyes on at which times they give bar
this section of the state, and to gains on a necessary and staple
come here on the 4th would be I line o f goods. It is just this kind
to combine business with pleas of business methoiis that will
draw busin**ss and make Red
Officers and Stockholders:
and Horse Goods
All kinds and at prices that you can afford to pay.
We have lately put in a Complete Line of Harness
that we would like to show you. Prices reasonable
and goods are good. Come in and see them.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
Office in Redmond
Let us do your next order of
commercial job printing.
grade work and prices satisfac
tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
Redmond. O re.
A man with family to do gen
eral farm work.
J. 0 . Hanson.
The Hub City Dairy,
I M M E L K ’S
CnrrieH a ( ’omplete Stock of
f IT rodemeyer
Kyva Tested. Glasses P rop
Offiiv In Khret Bros, blo.li
All kinds of Hough and Finish Lumber
let me figure with -vou on >,uur MBXt
frit* for all class»-* o f building».
Yards on Filth Si. between C and D streets
P h o n e IU 0 2
R edm ond and Shaniko
L«*avo Kptlmorul #\*ty Sunday
Arrive at Redmond Thursday at»u
Passenger and Kxprrsa
Fait Freight and Etprctf a Spo-ialO
J. C. WILLIAMS
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies*«** Hacks,
and all the o th e r g o o d a th a t
g oes in the H a rd w a re tr a d e .
( ‘nine and see us.
Office on North Sixth St.
I. P. HEWITT
Jackson Lumber Co. - Kid moni
Room* 1 and . 7 , Redmond Rank of
F . B A R TLETT. P rop ’r.
If you want good milk
that will raise thick, rich
cream, delivered at your
door every day, place your
J. O. Hanson
HUB CITY DAIRY
filili « SHIPLEY
ATTORNEYS at LAW
E St. between 5th and 6th
I »ell 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 he satisfactory if done
at The Pioneer Market
Besides carrying a full lino o f meat*
I »ell everything that is raised on
the ranch, such as Butter, Kgga.
Chicken*. Vegetables, etc., and h *II
name at reasonable prices.
AND . . .
The Home Bakery and Restau
rant for good meals.
See Jones Land Company
OWNERS (Not Agents) for easy
terms on lots in Melrose Park.
To Make It the Best
The Jones Land Co., proprie
] Ente rovi a* aooond-claaa mattor Ju.v
| 14. 1910 at tho Puatottìce at Redmond, tors of the Hotel Redmond, are
1 Oregon, under thè Act o f Mch. S, 1S79.
Interest paid on time deposits.
J.F.HOSCH.NI.D. r .
All Orders Given Prompt
BEN COTTER, Proprietor
Carries a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
CONTRACTING A N D BUILDING
W. W . CAUGHEY,
Leave order* at Buckley Broa.
Plans and Efttimaten Furnished.
All Orders Given Prompt AttehtwTi.
Yard one block eaat of Jackaon’a Hardware Store.