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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Redmond Bank of Commerce
A general banking business conducted.
C . L. P A IJ IK »
A T ÇKDMONt), «KKUON
Strictly in Advance
One vear. - $1.50 i Three months. SOc
ts ttngW eopUx, 5c
Tim Dixon who ran a black
shop here the past year,
ADVERTISING RATES made known
has gone to Metolius to open a
Make all moneys payable and address shop.
Letters o f credit and travelers’ checks is
sued, negotiable even where.
all communications to H. H. & U L.
Rainier, Redmond, Oregon.
Entered a» second-clas» matter Ju.y
U. 1910 at the PoatoWce at Redmond.
Oregon, under the Act of Mch. ¡1. 1S79.
Drafts drawn on all foreign countries.
Redmond, Oregon, Mar. 51. 1911
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Agents for OLD LINE fire insurance.
Y'ou are always welcome at this bank.
J. W. Brewer, Prest.
B. A. Kendall. Vice Prest.
G. M. Slocum. Cashier. Redmond. Oregon.
G. W. WELLS
will look after
F. W. MeCAFFERY’S
Real Estate Business at the old stand
Warren A Woodward have the
contract for building a four-room
bungalow for R. S. Cook A A o on
South 6th street. The contract
ors promise something out of the
ordinary in bungalow construc
tion in this residence.
J. C. Williams left yesterday
for Hutchinson, Minn., where he
goes to settle up the estate of his
father who recently died.
Office in Redmond A Phienix
Redm ond, Ore.
Livery, Sale and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
G o r. 5 th a n d E S ts .,
R ED M O N D , ORE.
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Colegrove
left yesterday afternoon for
Meadow Grove, Neb., being call
Eyes Tested Glasse* Prop
[By some freak o f the United ed then* by the serious illness of
States postal service the above their oldest son who is sulfering
correspondence, which was mail from Bright's disease.
Office in Ehret Hrua. block
ed at Hillman Feb. 27th. did not
All the improved methods of
reach Redmond until March 3—a
dentistry are used by Dr. Cline
distance o f six miles.]
Mr. and Mrs. Van Allen, who in his dental practice.
were injured in a runaway last be satisfied with his work. Office
in Ehret block.
week, are fast recovering.
An enjoyable can! party was
Redmond and Shaniko
given last Thursday evening by
Lrav* Redmond every Sunday
A man with family to do gen
Mr. and Mrs. Winfield.
eral farm work.
!.«*avt* Shaniko Tursday ami
cream and cake were served.
J. 0. Hanson.
Arrive at Redmond Thursday aiui
The C. O. I. Co. crew of sur
The Hub City Dairy.
veyors who have been working
Passenger and E xpress
in this vicinity for some time,
Freight » 4 E tp rtu a Specially
have left, going to Redmond and
The choicest vacant corner 50x
Geo. Gates has the Mrs. M.
on Sixth street, only one
Davison house well under way.
from Hotel Redmond, this
This section was visited last
for a quick buy. $1800
Saturday by a snow storm
Jones Land Com
about two inches o f snow fell,
but did not remain on the ground
Mr. Moore, the carpenter, is
temporarily out o f commission on
account o f a boil on his shoulder.
Mr. Hamilton has been laid up
REDMOND. - OREGON
t ie past few days with an at
tack o f the grip and a had cold.
The well at this place is furn
ishing plenty o f water for all
E St. between 5th and nth
Farmers coming into
town find the well a convenience
for watering their horses.
The big rock cut being exca
vated south of town on the rail
road site will be finished in about
Office on North Sixth SL
Following are the arrivals at
the Hotel Hillman: Geo. Hotal-
ing. Bend: A. W. Wemble, Seat
tle; H. C. Mclntire. Portland;
C. E. Shaffer. Mrs. R. A. Wilson
Rooms 1 and 3. Redmond Rank of
Fort Rock. Ore.; Mr. Hatten.
Shaniko: D. W. Waite, Redmond.
REDMOND. - OREGON
The Elliott Bros, have com
pleted a new office and store
room at their lumber yard.
Frank Elkins was here last
week for quite a few hours mak
ing repairs on his auto.
A new porch platform will be
built this week in front o f The
Hotel Hillman store and postof
If you want good milk
that will raise thick, rich
J. Dietrich, who has 40 acres
cream, delivered at your
one mile south of town, has ar
door every day, place your
rived from Spokane and will
make this his future home. His
family is expected to arrive next
Some o f the Hillman residents
HUB CITY DAIRY
attended a meeting o f the Water
Users Association at Redmond on
A mass meeting is called at the
Hotel Hillman for March 11th at
7 o ’clock p. m. by the Hillman
Commercial Club. The purpofe
o f the meeting is to consider the
The line is open for passenger and freight busi
advisability o f consolidating the
ness at Metolius. Madras and points north.
school districts. A large attend
Daily passenger train leaves Metolius 7:30 a.m.
Madras 7:50 a. m. stopping at intermediate
ance is desired. A cold lunch will
points, connecting at Fallbridgc with the Inland
Empise Express on the "North Bank Road” ,
Registered at Hotel Hillman:
arriving Portland 8:15 p. m.
J. Deitrich, C. M. Vann, Spo
Leaving Portland 9 a. m., arrives Madras 8:42
kane; Frank Elkins, R. T. John
. m., Metolius 9 p. m.
son, E. Strixner, Redmond; A.
rains carry parlor cars, first-class coaches and
Haines. A. R. Reed. Sasktoon,
LOW FARES March 10th to April 10th
Cal.; E. M. Slutt, G. H. Steel. D.
Jones, C. M. Richland, Metolius;
During this period Low Colonist fares will be in
L. A. Baker, Saw Tree, Cal.; C.
from the middle west to all points on the
J. Calkins, Hood River; 0. W.
Oregon Trunk Ry. From Chicago $33, St. Louis
$32, St. Paul $25, Kansas City $25, Omaha $25.
Freight received from and forwarded to Port
land, Spokane and other points.
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
Big Chance to Save Money
Our contract on the 0 . T. Ry. being about
completed, we will dispose o f our stock o f
goods in Redmond, consisting o f practi
cally everything in the
Grocery Line, Hams and Bacon,
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware, etc.
hoods are at oar Commissary in Redmond
Henry & McFee
A l l kinds and at prices that you can afford to pay.
We have lately put in a Complete Line o f Harness
that we would like to show you. Prices reasonable
and goods are good. Come in and see them.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
ilM N & SHIPLEY
ATTORNEYS al LAW
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I. P. HEWITT
J. O. Hanson
All Orders Given Prompt
R. Budd, Chief Engineer, Portland, Ore.
J. H. Corbett, Madras, Ore.
T. A. Graham, Metolius. Ore.
REDMOND FEEDS FUEL CO.
U*t me figure with you on your next
free for all classes of buildings.
Yards on Fifth Si. between C and D streets
Phone W O *
R E D M O N D , ORE.
JOSEPH H. JACKSON
Doors, Windows, (¿lass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see uh .
Joseph H. Jackson, fe“
W. A. GOLDEN, Prop’r.
W . W . CAUGHEY,
OREGON TRUNK RAILWAY
Carries a Complete Stock o f
Lumber and lluilding Material
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring. Headed Ceiling
J. C. WILLIAMS
during Mr. McCaffery’s absence
R. 0. I MM E LK S
I sell everything in the Meat Line,
and always have a g o «I stock on
hand to fill youf wants with.
will find that your meat shopping
will always he satisfactory if done
at The Pioneer Market.
Hesid«* carrying a full line nf meats
1 sell everything that is raised on
the ranch, such as Butter, Eggs.
Chickens, Vegetables, etc., and sell
same at reasonable prices.
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BEN COTTER, Proprietor
Carries a large stock o f
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co.
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
All Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Ya rd one block east o f Ja ckso n ’ s Hardw are Sto re ,
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