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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1911)
But when asked
roast should lie given, the one
who wants it done cannot give
PubltehtKt «very Thurwlay by
H. H. a o. l_ ru.Mi'K
any valid excuse, and when ask
AT RBDMOND, ORMON
ed if he will write up something
and sign his name to it the man
Stricily in Advanea
One year. - $1,50 I Three month*. 5Gr will say "oh, no, I dont want m.V
Si* months, .78 I Single copie». 5c name to appear in the
The Redmond Spokesman
Redmond Bank of Commerce
A general banking business conducted.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
But he is willing the newspaper
Make all money* payable ami mkire*» should pull his chestnuts OUt of
I K J T S B S E rA !u ">« «•*
ami SI RUEON
Office in Redmond Ä Phienix
F. H. RODEMEYER
Drafts drawn on all foreign countries.
Redmond, Oregon. Mar. 28. 1911 city is one of the most unthank
ful positions a man can hold. No
G o in g to Im p ro v e
man on a council can please the
You 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. McCAFFERY’S
Real Estate Business at the old stand
during Mr. McCaffery’s absence
L ivery, Sale and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
G o r. 5 th a n d E S ts ..
R E D M O N D . ORE.
Under the provisions of the
new city charter that is now in
force it is possible for the city to
go ahead and make a number of
improvements that are needed.
| and which will make Redmond a
city in every sense o f the word,
Plans are being worked out for
a water system for the c it y -t o
get water from the Deschutes
river at Cline Falls. This water
would be available for all domes
tic purposes and also for fire pro-
Another improvement con
templated. and which no doubt
will be carried through after the
railroad reaches here, is the
building o f concrete sidewalks in
the business section o f the city.
> and the building of board walks
! in the residence section.
These are the two most import
ant projects that are under con
sideration now, and it is to be
I hoped that they can be carried
out without too much expense to
the city or property owners.
Improvements o f a substantial
kind in a city always attract capi-
tal and a good class of citizens.
and if it is within reason Red-
mond should go ahead and make
the above contemplated improve
ments. It will be money well in
Prompt Mail Service
BAKER & McCLAV
Announce that they
have opened a
Two Regulation Standard Alleys
in the building on the
corner o f 6th and F Sts.
They invite the public to call at
their place and roll a game of
Ten Pins, Nine Pins or ‘‘Cocked
The choicest vacant comer 50x
Let us do your next order o f
100 on Sixth street, only one commercial job printing.
block from Hotel Redmond, this grade work and prices satisfac
is a snap for a quick buy. $1800 tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
takes it' See Jones Land Com
Bring your final proof notices
pany for terms.
to The Spokesman office. We
Be3t line o f post cards in the will make out your application
Everything in this line for proving up, and attend to all
from the lowest price to the the details necessary in the mat
The mail service between
Portland and Redmond is some
thing that is beyond the compre
hension o f the ordinary person.
It is a wonderful and com p le te d
people all the time. This man
wants this, ami that man wants
that, and so on down the line,
until life sometimes becom es a
burden to the councilman. It is a
wonder that men can be found to
serve as councilmen.
» i ■ ■ ■ ■
R^imond is well governed by
ordinances. There are laws for
this and for that, and the latest
is to prevent stock and poultry
running at large.
the only thing that is allowed to
run at large in the city is the
water in the irrigating ditches
and a few councilmen.
Outside people who have read
literature about Redmond are
most agreeably surprised when
they arrive here to find that con
ditions have not been overstated.
On the contrary they say not
enough has been said of the city.
It is not what goes into a news
paper but what is kept out o f it
that cuts the most ice sometimes.
The 4th of July celebration at
Redmond will make history for
this part of the state,
[Received too late for last week)
Ballard Giles, who has hired
out to work for Chas. O'Neil this
summer on a ranch, has moved
his family to O’ Neil.
Ralph Sherwood, who has been
taking a business course for the
past six months at the Corvallis
Agricultural College, has return-
^ frum there wj(h his famj,y
When a letter from
After a few days sickness Mrs.
Portland is mailed to a person in W’. S. Temple passed away, leav-
this section it is a question wheth- ing a husband and three small
er it arrives at its destination in children to mourn her loss.
Andrew Nelson is in the Red
a week or a month or six months.
mond hospital being cared for,
It has to follow the system.
for a broken ¡eg. He received
The Spokesman received a let- his injury while pulling trees,
ter from Portland last week Fri-
The recent warm weather has
day, March 17, that was mailed in
a ten(fency t° start the farm-
Portland March 11th. The post- ers and ranchers ^ plowing and
getting the ground in shape for
marks on the envelope showed this seasons crop.
that the letter was received at
l . E. Smith, accompained by
Madras on the 13th. The next his brother, arrived from Arlin-
date shows that the letter went gton W’n., and is now located on
to Hillman and was received there one
ranches near the Hara-
der place. Mr. Smith expects
the 17th. From Hillman the let
his family to arrive here soon.
ter was forwarded to its destina-
j tion, Redmond, and arrived here This is a fine country for twins.
on the 17th—six days after being A few weeks ago Mr. Cochran
went to his barn and was sur
And that is the kind o f mai prised to see a pair o f twin calves
service Uncle Sam is giving us and again last week was sur
prised to find he had another pair.
people out in this section o f Ore
Looks as if there was some
thing doing by the number of
autos running around this part
‘ ‘Say you ought to give that o f the country with many strange
fellow a roasting in the paper faces.
Mrs. Green and Mrs. Thomp
is getting to be a common thing
drove to Redmond to church
with some people, and nearly
every day The Spokesman is re
Fred Sherwood visited friends
quested to do as quoted above.
at Powell Buttes last Friday and
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan at Cline
Falls, are the proud [»rents o f a
Miss Thresa Linnell has moved
back on her ranch west of A. A.
Mrs. Tudor at Camp 2 enter-1
tained the children of Pleasant
Ridge last Saturday which was a
great treat to them. Mrs. Hew-
ins, Mrs. Chace and Mrs. Thomp
son assisted in entertaining.
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
C. R. McLallin returned last
Friday from a trip to Portland
where he went to bi
îuy a stock of
Seed Oats for Sale
I have good clean white oats
for sale at 2 cents a pound at the
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring, Headed Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
E y « Tested Classen Prop
l* t me figure with you on your next
free for sll classes o f buildings.
Olile» In Ehret Bru», block
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
BUCHET EXP CO.
Phone I d 0 2
R E D M O N D . ORB.
Redmond and Shaniko
Leave Radinomi every Sunday
leave Shaniko Tuesday and
Arrive at Redmond Thursday ami
JOSEPH H. JACKSON
Passenger and Express
Fast Freight aid fciprc« a Specialty
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«nd Hacks,
and all the othrr goods that
g o e s in the Hardware trade.
(ome and see ua.
Office on North Sixth St.
( I I « S SHIPLEY
Joseph H. Jackson, **■•*
ATTORNEYS at LAW
E St. between 5th and 6th
I. P. HEWITT
Room* 1 and 3, Redmond Bank of
All Orders 6iven Prompt
Have you inspected our stock?
It will pay you to do so.
We handle everytning obtainable in
the way of Meats, Fish, Poultry and
T r y U s fo r G O O D S E R V I C E
W. TV. GOLDEN, Proprietor
BEN HOTTER, Proprietor
Carries a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
W . W . CAUGHEY,
Plana and Estimates Furnished.
All Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Y»rd one block east
Jicluon’s Hardware Store, Redmond
REDMOND FEEDS FUEL CO.
All kinds and at prices that you can afford to pay.
Lumber and Building Material
of .h . ooo.o-
Entered a* «.'coml-clm»» matter Ju.y quencca.
14. 1910 at the PoaRuIHre at R.-olmoml,
Af‘ “ f Moh s-
The job o f councilman in a small
Agents for OLD LINE fire insurance.
1'arrifn n Conplfta Stock of
Redm ond. Ore.
Letters o f credit and travelers’ checks is
sued, negotiable everywhere.
Interest paid on time deposits.
R . C. I MM ELKS
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
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co*