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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1911)
at Cedar Creek, Wayne county.
Mo., and was married to W. S.
of the same place Decem
Published ev*ry Thursday by
ber 24. 1S99. Mrs. Temple was
H. H. a C. !.. PALMKR
a member of the Missionary
AT RKOMONT». ORKGON
Baptist church of Pinedale. Mo.,
a number of years. Mr. Tern
Strictly in Advsnc«
One year, - $1.50 I Three month». 50c pie and family hail boon in Cen
T.'> Single copies, 5c tral Oregon about two years.
ADVERTISING RATES made known Funeral services were conducted
_____ at the house Saturday. March
Make alt money* payable ami addre»» 11th, at 11:00 o'clock by Rev.
all communications to H. H. A C . L.
Lilley. after which the body was
Palmer. Redmond, Oregon.
Entered a* second-el»** matter Ju.v laid to rest at the Forked Horn
U, 1010 at the Poatoftice at Redmond, cemetery, the Free Masons of
Oregon, under the Act of Moh. S, 1ST9.
Redmond and vicinity assisting
Redmond, Oregon, Mar. 16, 1911
The Redmond Spokesman
Redmond Bank of Commerce
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.
Card of Thanks
Interest paid on time deposits.
Then1 is a noticeable difference
in the appearance of this place
since the work of clearing the
streets has begun. It is the in
tention to keep at this good work
until all the streets are cleared
Cleland and Kent hud a large
invoice of merchandise arrive
last week from Metolius.
, The concrete footings for the
Oregon Trunk Line bridge over
the Crooked river are now in on
' both sides of the stream.
R. Davidson is going to start a
: new shop building on his home
place just south of Hillman Town-
site. He expects to begin work
One of the late noticeable im
provements in the town is the
new sidewalk in front of Cleland
& Kent’s store and the Hotel
Hillman. It is the intention of
the property owners here to put
in a number of sidewalks the
j coming spring.
Attorney I. P. Hewitt and J.
J. Ellinger of Redmond, were
here Saturday attending a mass
meeting called by the Commer
cial Club for the purpose of get
ting an expression of the people
in this section regarding the
centralization of schools.
About seventy-five people as
sembled at the mass meeting
here last Saturday night, called
by the Commercial Club for the
purpose of ascertaining their
ideas in regard to centralizing
the schools in this district. The
meeting was held at Hotel Hill-
! man, and much interest taken in
J the affair. Refreshments con
sisting of ice cream, coffee and
, cake were served.
Agents for OLD LINE fire insurance.
You are always welcome at this bank.
B. A. Kendall. Vice Prest.
J. W. Brewer. Prest.
G. M. Slocum. Cashier, Redmond, Oregon.
G. W. WELLS
will look after
F. W. McCAFFERY’S
Real Estate Business at the old stand
during Mr. McCatfery's absence
L iv e r y , S a le and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
e o r . 5th a n d E S ts .,
R ED M O N D , ORE.
Big Chance to Save Money
Our contract on the 0 . T. Ry. being about
completed, we will dispose of our stock of
goods in Redmond, consisting of practi
cally everything in the
Grocery Line, Hams and Bacon,
Dry floods, Shoes, Hardware, etc.
A T COST
hoods are at oar Commissary in Redmond
Henry & McFee
Mrs. J. W. Baker and daugh
ter Melba of Redmond, are visit
ing Mrs. Baker’s parents here,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wimer.
I. E. Wimer was a visitor at
this place Friday.
C. L. Wimer made a business
j trip to Bend yesterday.
A number of people from this
section attended the mask ball at
Laidlaw Friday night, and all re
port having had a good time.
J. R. Couch has been laid up
with the grip for a few days.
Aside from ’’rassling” with Old
Man Grip, John has had other
complications to contend with,
! but at the present writing he is
Gus Hasselburg has gone back
to Washington where he has a
position in a logging camp. Gus
is an expert logger, and always
commands a good position.
! Died at her home five and one
half miles south of Redmond, the
wife of W. S. Temple, on the
morning of March 10, 1911, after
an illness of nine days.
leaves a husband and three small
boys to mourn her loss; Justin,
10 years old; Doyle, 8 years old,
and Floyd. 4 years old. Mary
Brooks was bom March 12, 1873
All kinds and at prices that you can afford to pay.
Bring your final proof notices
to The Spokesman office. We
will make out your application
for proving up. and attend to all
the details necessary in the mat
The choicest vacant comer 50x
100 on Sixth street, only one
block from Hotel Redmond, this
is a snap for a quick buy. 11800
takes i t See Jones Land Com- j
pany for terms.
SIMM & SHIPLEY
ATTORNEYS al LAW
E St. between 6th and 6th
I. P. HEWITT
Rooms 1 and 3, Redmond Bank of
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
Office in Redmond & l’hienix
Redm ond, Ore.
Carrion a Complete Stock of
F. H. RODEMEYER
Lumber and Building Material
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring, Beaded Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
Eye* Tested. Glanse* Prop
Office in Ehret Broa block
l 4 *t me figure with you on your next
lumber bill. Estimate« furnished
free for all claasc* of building*.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
BUCKLEY EXP GO.
P h o n e ltd0 2
R E D M O N D , ORB.
Redm ond and S haniko
l.eave Redmond every Sunday
!.eave Shaniko Tueaday and
Arrive at Redmond Thursday and
Passenger and Kxprcmi
Fast Frttfflt i d Kipre*» a Specially
J. C. WILLIAMS
REDMOND. - OREGON
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office on North Sixth St.
All Orders Given Prompt
JOSEPH H. JACKSON
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Flows,
Wagons, Buggies *nd Hacks,
and nil the other goods that
goea in the Hardware trade,
t ome and sec u h .
Joseph H. Jackson, Redmon<|
W. A. GOLDEN. Prop’r.
W. W . CAUflHEY,
OREGON TRUNK RAILWAY
The line is open for passenger and freight busi
ness at Metolius, Madras and points north.
Daily passenger train leaves Metolius 7:30 a.m.
Madras 7:50 a. m. stopping at intermediate
>ints, connecting at Fallbridge with the Inland
mpise Express on the “ North Bank Road’’,
arriving Portland 8:15 p. m.
Leaving Portland 9 a. m., arrives Madras 8:42
. m., Metolius 9 p. m.
rains carry parlor cars, first-class coaches and
LOW FARES March 10th to April 10th
During this period Low Colonist fares will 1* in
effect from the middle west to all points on the
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.
R. Budd, Chief Engineer, Portland. Ore.
J. H. Corbett, Madras, Ore.
T. A. Graham. Metolius, Ore.
REDMOND FEEDS FUEL CO.
Chapman, Redmond, Ore
. . . AND
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.
All the improved methods of
dentistry art1 used by Dr. Cline
in his dental practice. You will
lie satisfied with his work. Office
in Ehret block.
I wish to extend my heartfelt
thanks to all the neighbors and
friends for their kind assistance
through the illness and after the
death of my wife.
W. S. Temple.
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co.
I sell everything in the Meat Line,
and always have a good stock on
hand to fill your want* with. You
will find that your meat shopping
will always he satisfactory if done
at The Pioneer Market.
Besides carry ing a full line of meata
1 sell everything that is raised on
the ranch, such as Rutter. Eggs,
Chickens, Vegetables, etc., and sell
same at reasonable prices.
BEN COTTER. Proprietor
Carries a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Plana and KHtimutea Furnished.
All Order* Given Prompt Attention.
Yard one block east of Jaekson’a Hardware Store,