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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1911)
The State Bamik
of Red mound
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
WHAT IS DOING
IN THE STATE
Activity • Is Noticed From
All Parts o f Oregon
The above named bank has been doing »
General Banking Business in Redmond
for about three years.
Its policy is one
o f security, conservatism o f funds, and
service to patrons.
We hope to merit
your business on these principles.
JA M E S B. G R E E N , Proprietor
Corner o f Seventh and E Sts.,
Fine Wines, Liquors
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
is half of your existence
I f you want to get meals that are satis
fying to the inner man you will patron
where the tables are supplied with the
best the market affords.
service and prices. White help only.
G EO . L. W H EELER. Prop.
Independence will enlarge its
• creamery at the cost o f ioOtHi.
At Ontario a pumping Plant
will be installed to water 10,000
Freewater has struck artesian
water and irrigation from this
source will reclaim a large acre
E. W. McComas. of Pendleton,
estimates the wheat crop o f Uma
tilla County this year will amount
to 5.000,000 bushels.
During March, Portland export-
• ed 729.115 bushels o f wheat:
98.996 bbls. o f flour, and l. J'.t'J.-
459 feet o f lumber.
The Dalles had considerable
building activity during the past
month. March statistcis show
over 100 new houses, valued at
The Deschutes Valley is rich
in land plaster and a mill with a
capmdty o f 90 tons daily will be
in operation at Bend by April 15.
Salem has become a manafact-
uring center. It has 45 factories
employing 1510 workmen. The
monthly payroll is $90.;t90and the
value of the annual pririuct is
more than $4,000,000.
An immense wool warehouse
is to l»e erected at Metoliu*. The
town will handle a large part o f
the wool clip o f Central Oregon,
which amounts to over 1,000.000
Pendleton’s foremost and old-
Now in complete running order and
turning out High Grade Bread and all
kinds o f Bakery Goods, which are sold
on a C A SH basis.
12 Loaves of Bread for a Dollar
Fresh Doughnuts every Saturday
In connection with the bakery I carry a
nice line of Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies that I sell at moderate prices for
C ASH . Your patronage solicited.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
WM. H. HOBBS, Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
South 6th St.
judgment dictates a wise invest-
ment in one or more lots in the
Cream residence addition to Red-
noond. at present prices. For the
benefit o f strangers we would add
this means, buy lots in MKI.ROSE
PARK addition to Redmond now
before the event o f the railroads
With rapid increase in population
property values will double and
treble over present prices,
New Willow Rockers, $4 up
New Go-Carts, $175 up
b e e Curtains, $1 to $2 pair
These are exceptional fine values
for the price.
(ouch Covers and Fortiers
New Mattresses— all kinds
Mattings and Linoleums
New designs and patterns
C. H . IR V IN
The House Furnisher
KOHL G R E D E R E R
P a in ie rs a n d D e c o ra to rs
Novelties in Signs, Vetal and WooJ
Pntmpt Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed
P L E A S A N T RIDGE
L. E. Smith went to Cloverdale
Thursday, returning Satur-
haa a |arK,t. nuu.h at
that ,,|aCt, that Kd Hankie is
Mrs. Frank Hensley’s sister
haa arrived frt)m the (>ut for a
This u a productive country
for poultry. Mrs. Green got 74
donn »•gg» from 94 hens in 16
penod of 1910.
Sheep gained (lays. has hatched 140 chickens.
21X029 head, hogs 2053 and cattle and has 10 hens setting AD S I
An immense power plant on
Glen Cox was in from the sur
the Rogue River near Prospect is vey and stopped at the Green-
now under construction and will halgh ranch Satunlay and Sun-
cost several million dollars. The
W a rre n & W o o d w ard
IRRIGATION. SUBDIVISION. LAN D
Estimate» Furnished on Power Plants.
a C s A . : E""* 2
w , haw ha>t 10 year»' at penance,
embracing all branche« ut
Rooms 5 * 6 . Rank of Commerce Rid« . P. 0 Rot 260 R E D M O N D
G. A. McFarlane
PrarUe* In »11 ruurU
O ffice in Redmond & Ph<enu
plant, when complete will have * *Day old chicks and hens. 10
three units of 8.000 horsepower ^
for chickens week ol(| 16
Redmond, - Oregon
cent*. Phone Mrs. L J. Green.
Grants Pass has adopted a _________
population mark o f 40,000 by
the next census. People o f the
Southern Oregon city are not go
ing to sit down and wait idly for
it to be realzed but will work
definitely to that end.
G lifi & SHIPLEY
I. P. HEWITT
ATTORNEYS at LAW
H ILLM A N
Get interested in Redmond and
stand by it. If a rich man starta
a project, encourage; if a i>oor
man. help him. lH>n‘ t la* afra id (
to stick your hand in your p«*ck-
et. If you have means, invest
in something that will give em
ployment to somebody. IK> not
kick on every p r o v e d improve
ment simply because it is not at
your own door. IH> all you can
to beautify the town and your
Be friendly to
everybody ami courteous to
strangers, and never forget that
you are a part o f the town and
your work dors its share in giv
ing the town it* character. Sell
and buy all you can at home.
Stand by all other enterprising
citizens and be ready to do some
o f the work yourself, especially
through the Redmond Commer
Remember no man
ever benefited himself or his town
by grumbling or spending his
time prophesying failures. Good
est industry is its flour milling
Mr. Thompson and Mrs. Jurrett
Its annual shipment o f flour to attended Teachers’ Institute at
the Orient alone came to 400,000
|u t Saturday.
Experiments will lie made at
Stayton on irngated land to de-
termine if rice can be grown
successfully in Oregon. The in-
vestigation is in charge of aGov-
ernment expert on nee culture.
The Portland Union Stockyards
shows a great gain in stock ship-
ments for the first three months
o f 1911 as against
!hi,T n,th: L „.n
K. Hivulnon last wtvk mnu
another lot to the Oregon Trunk
lioople for right o f way.
Stand By Your T o w n
W. S. R o dm an . President.
J oseph H. J ackson , Vice-Pré«.
R oy A. B ush , Cashier.
the trestle work this ride on
Crooked River on the Oregon
R. Davidson has tiought all the
lumber that was in t amp I from
It is ivporlod that work of
erecting the steel work on the
Oregon Trunk line bridge over
Crooked river will begin aU>ut
Mr. Davis has completed a new
house on his ranch.
T. Taylor left for Portland last
Mr. Winfield sent a four horse
team from this place to meet the
first passenger train that arrived
at Opal City on Sunday, April
County Surveyor Rice was here
five days last week layingoutthe
road from Hillman to Lower
Bridge and from Hillman through
Box Canyon to Mr. Jackson's on
the Prineville road.
There are five new settlers
near Hillman who have built new
shacks on their claims.
Mr. Moore arrived here last
Wednesday from Tacoma where
he had been at the bedside o f
his w ife and daughter who have
been very ill.
Nelson Bros, are talking o f
building a large Btore room here
to house their camping outfits.
The four-horse teams are en
gaged in delivering stringers for
K St. between &th ami Sth
U. S. land Commiealoner
Ku«m» 1 ami .1, Hnlmuivl Hank of
JA P-A -LA C
Office In lOirel Hroe block
THE HOME BEAUTIEIER
We have a fine stock of the above in all the
different colors. This is the best and most
lasting varnish for interior work on the mar
ket, and price is reasonable.
A Carload of BUGGIES, WAGONS and FARM
IMPLEMENTS in stock to select from
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore