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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 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.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Agents for OLD LINK tire insurance.
You are alwavs welcome at this bank.
J. W. Brewer. Prest.
B. A. Kendall. Vice Prest.
G. M. Slocum, Cashier. Redmond. Oregon.
Livery, Sale and Feed
Headquarters for Freighters
C o r. 5th a n d E S ts .,
R E D M O X D , ORE.
I am running a freighting
outfit between Redmond,
Metolius and Shaniko. All
orders consigned to me will
receive prompt attention.
S. R. SNIDER, Redmond, Ore.
Just in, Another Shipment of
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co.
M. H. * C.
AT RKI>MONI>, ORKtl«*N
Strictly in Ailvanc*
On,, v.-ar, - ll.N i Thrvv month«, MV
Six month». .75 Singt* »•o|»i«‘», in*
ADVKKTISINti RATKS mud«known
Miikr all monaya payable ami ».Mr«'»»
all oommumoation# to II. II. >S C. I-
I'almor, Redmond, Oregon-
tin tore. I a* aeetmtl elaaa matter Ju.v
14. 1010 at tli«- 1‘oatolthv at ReUmoiM.
Oregon, uml.-r the Art of Moll. S, IH7H.
lust Sunday between the Sisters
Mini Cline Falls team was won by
the latter. The Sisters players
say they are not in the habit of
playing in the sage brush, and
that was the reason they made
such a |HHir showing.
R. C. [ M M K I. K's
Place your orders for maga
tinea with J.
Prompt delivery assured. 28tf
Carries a Complete Stoek of
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring, Headed Ceiling
H. K. Allen, accompaincd by
his w ife and child, w as over from
Sisters this week visiting friends.
Mr. Allen stated that quite a
Redmond, Oregon. April 13. 1911 number o f new comers were ar- j
riving in the Sisters country to
look that section over with a view
Additional 1 am '»1.
Lewis Gruel o f Portland, this
The Oregon Cafe is now open
week bought SO acres o f ginnl land
day and night. Fresh oysters
3 miles northwest of the city, and
in any style at all times. You
will l»egin making improvements
will like our ser\ ice.
on same this fall.
Ca|iahility. facility, equipment
and training, together with a
hig stoek o f pure and perfectly
tested drugs invites you to bring
all prescriptions to the Red Cross
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
|r t m«' figure with vou on your next
free for all classes o f buildings.
W. D. Miller, veterinary stir
geon and dentist, o f Bend, will
answer all calls, day and night. |
in this section. Leave orders at
Red Cross Drug store or the Red
Yards on Fifth St. between C and l) streets
By reading the real estate
Mr. Judge, wife and two child
in The Spokesman it
ren. came in from the Willamette
that a lurge amount
Valley Monday, and will locate
in the different
in this section.
towns in this part o f the county
If you want to buy good bard is being sold.
ME A T MARKET
Headquarters with Buckley Express Co.
General Auto Livery
All Orders Given Prompt
Ph on e y o u r o rd e r Tor reservation o f seat to B u c k le y E x p . C o
Redmond T ransfer Co.
W. A. GOLDEN, Proprietor
The Annex Billiard Hall
The most Modern Establishment
of the kind in Central Oregon
A I resh Line of Candies, Cigars
A. E. WYATT, proprietor
H O T E L
Secu re y o u r seats in advance to a v o id d elay
Have you inspected our stock '’
It will pay you tu do so.
W t bandi«' «'verytiling obtainable in
the way o f Mirât». Fish. Poultry ami
T r y U s fo r CO O /) S E R V I C E
The Gregory Variety Store Co.
has a ’arge display ad in this is
sue calling attention to the «»lam
ing of their store Saturday. April
15th. Their st«»re is situated on
the com er o f f»th and E streets,
and the interior o f the place has
The bread baked at the Home
been remodeled and improved to
Bakery and Restaurant always
accom«»date the needs of the large
gives the best of satisfaction. 27tf
stock the company intends to op
The ball game at Cline Falls
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see us.
Joseph H. Jackson,
The Sisters and Bend ball teams
will play at Bend next Sunday,
and a close contest is expected
for the Sisters team has tighten
ed up during the week.
Frank Elkins’ Auto Co.
Doors, Windows, (¡lass.
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggiesnnd Hacks,
Best line of post cards in the
You can always get fresh bo
Everything in this line
logna and weiners at the Pioneer
from the lowest price to the
R ED M O X I).
JOSEPH H. JACKSON
wheat flour get the Snow Drift
or Olympic brands they will
Chocolates, the liest manafactur
please you. At McSherry’s Feed
ed. always fresh, at Norwood’s.
Try a Uix. you w ill like them.'JStf
Use the telephone.
A slight flurry o f snow visited
er free. Don't hesitate to call
on us because you are not a reg this section Monday afternoon.
ular customer. This service is The storm only lasted a few min
for everybody. Red Cross Drug utes and before night the snow
SSt f was nearly all off the ground.
One good thing the storm «lid
Mrs. Dr. Cline and Mrs. J. A. it laid the dust that had been
Norwood will entertain the Build blowing in clouds.
ing Committee o f the Presbyter
ian church in Khret'shall. Thurs
One nearly new single buggy
day afternoon. April 13th. Light and harness for sale. Enquire
refreshments will lie served and at puetoffice.
all are invited.
Durirg the iiast two weeks the
Money invested in Ixits in Mel Redmond Stores have lieen re
rose Park NOW. w ill double in ceiving all kinds o f fr«*sh vege
the next year.
tables and other garden "sasa” .
Most o f the green stuff comes
For the two leading brands of from California.
flour—Snow Drift and Olympic—
both hard wheat, and Steam Roll
Get your fresh fruits, randies
Barley, go to McSherry.s Feed and nuts at J. A. Norwood's and
I' >t l
you will always be satisfied ns he
sells only the best.
Misses Lizzie Tinner and Eva
Downing and Fred Sherwood of
Attention is called to the ad of
Redmond Chapter o f Epworth C. W. Murna advertising an auc
League, attended the Sub-Dis tion sale of horses, wagons, etc.,
trict Convention o f Epworth to la? held here Saturday, the 15
League held in Prineville. Satur th. Mr. Muma states that he in
day, and Sunday, April 8th and tends to quit the freighting busi
ness and go to farming again.
«>at at th«' Home
A X X E X
The S|Nikesman has recently
adde«l to its equipment inatenil
for A id , kind* o f printing. Iff0®
want Stair cards, large or
or any kind o f car«ls printed.
C. H. Spaugh of Laidlaw, was «•an d«» it, and d«i it right. Letui
«I«» y«»ur next order of printing
We have ALL KINDS OF TYPE
Many people in for ALL KINDS OF WORK. «I
‘tion land plaster r«'|H>rta to the contrary’ notwttfi*