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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1911)
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
V O L 1.
REDMOND, « KOOK CO UN TY. OREGON. TH U R SD AY. M AY 4. 1011
HEDE JULY 15
Oregon Trunk Officials Set
Above Date for
MAYOK JONKS HAS
Work On the Crooked River
Bridge to lit'gin About
Middle of May
The latent information regard-
! inir the probable arrival o f Ore-
ten Trunk trama into KedmOnd
has been obtained fn>m Mayor
Jon»» who wua in Portland last
week ami eonferreU with Ex-
Preaideot Steven* o f the Oregon
Irunk. and Chief Engineer Rudd
<»f the a m i' road.
atutial to a representative of The
S|(okeaman that the alaive gunt
lemen told him that the material
lor the railroad bridge ueross
j Crooked river would la* on the
ttrouml ready for erection by the
lf»th of thin month, and would he
completed between the 4th and
10th o f July, and that trains
would I k * running into Redmond
not later than July 15th.
The delay in budding the Crook-
ed river bridge haa been occasion-
ed by the alowneaa of the manu-
facturerM at Pittaburg. but they
are now worktop under hurry-up PLE N TY OK “ JUICE"
orders, and the atiove railroad
FOR REDMOND THEN
ofticiaiH aa.sured Mayor Jonea that
Redmond would lie sure to nee
trains into thia city on the ilate
It ia to l»e hoped that the rail
road men have not made a mu- Work on the Line to This
take in their calculation*, and
City Will He Ad
that the Oregon Trunk Line will
have their train* running here
by the middle of July in time to
huve the |io*t|>nned 4th o f July
celebration held mime time dur
ing the month o f July to com
Mayor Jone*, one of the lead
memorate the arrival o f the iron ing officiala of the Crook County
hone into Redmond and the Red Water. Light & Power Co., re
cently Htated to The S|ioke»man
BY AUGUST 1 st
Power fo. at Cline Falls
Expected to Be Heady
by That Time
that their plant at Cline Fall* on
the Denehutea river, would l>e in
a poaition to furninh electricity
for one in Redmond and aurround-
ing country about the firut of
Work on the project is being
pu*hed forward an rapidly a*
possible. The purpoae is to run
a transmission line from the
plant at the Falls to thin city, and
the rapurity o f the plant is such
that an unlimited amount o f jk iw -
er can be furnished. With the
completion o f the transmission
line to this city Mr. Jones said a
24-hour electric service would be
There are several places in
Redmond that will buy power
from the company when a day
service is furnished, and with
the completion o f the plant there
is no ((uestion but what enough
juice can be sold to make it a
paying proposition to the com
I n Prosperous
Club is on Easy street. A state
ment recently emenating from
the county seat gave out the in
formation that the club hail
nearly doubled its membership
during the past year, was out o f
debt and had $400 in its treasury.
WE HAVE BANISHED THE NEED OF
EXPERIENCE IN SHOPPING
We have lianished it for all time in Redmond.
Even a little child can trade here now as
safely and surely us the shrewdest shop|ier of them all.
Our guaranty of quality and deiiendableness and style, and satisfactoriness in every other
detail, ia • surety to you that the goods are right. All that you need to consider is. "D o the
good* please me?"
Ih* they become m e?" "Ia thi* »h a t I want?"
Our plainly murkeil one-price system shows to you at first glance our very lowest and only
price, so that all you need to consider is "Can I afford to pay that much?"
The value o f the merchandise and the fairness o f the price for that merchandise and the
satisfaction that the merchandise will give after the purchase need not hi* considered by you at
all when trading here. For our guaranty insures you againt all loss, against all dissatisfaction.
I f that kind o f u store apjienls to you as a good trading place, we’ ll appreciate the honor o f your
presence nt our store.
We have gathered a lot of odds and ends, all sizes, in Ladies' High Class Foot
Wear, values up to $1.00
Special for Next Week $2.15
T / A 'I 7 'T 7 ^ 0
V J l J w t JC j O
We have an exceptional good value in Men’s Leather
(¡loves, nice pliable ones, at 35c per pair.
O T T T T ^ rp O
Men’s Work Shirts in endless variety, the kihd others
^ n i l V A O
charge 65 cts for we sell for 50 cts.
Also Negligee Shirts in a large variety of patterns, at $1.00 to $2.00.
We are Headquarters for GROCERIES. A few New Arrivals:
Heudlight Oil in bulk, 30c per gallon. Bring in your can.
Dry Apricots, 3 Ihs. for ...
(Jucen Olives, in bulk, pt.........30c
Pie Fruit, 2V2 lb. size at 20c, 3 for 50c.
They come in Peaches, Apricots
Blackberries and Plums
Sugar, 15 lbs. $1.00
Dry Raspberries, lb. 30c
Lowest in Price, Highest in Quality
$1.50 PER Y E A R
I c a p p s
Th* fabnc in this |«m«nt
ijMmP/tJjtE; w m
Every process from ike re» »00! to the
finished garment is conducted undtr
our im m ediate sup ervisio n 10 our
clean, well lighted and ventilated
E. L. R A P P
pany is $10,000. divided into 100
shares o f $100 each, and the
principal place o f business will
be Redmond. As soon as the cer
tificate o f incorporation is receiv
ed from the secretary o f state, o f
ficers o f the company will be
The company will build their
first building between C and I)
streets near the depot. The di
mensions are 50x75, arranged so
that more buildings can be added
to the plant as the business de
mands. Coal sheds o f improved
pattern will be built, and a plat
form scales put in.
Building operations will begin
about the middle o f this month,
and it is the intention to have
everything completed and ready
for business by the time the first
C A P ITA L STOCK IS
train steams into the city.
PLACED A T $10,000 The purpose o f the company is
to transact a general commission
business, buy and ship all kinds
o f produce, and deal in grain, hay
feed, lumber, lime and cement,
W il Be Ready for Business and all kinds o f building material.
Messrs. McMickle and Seltzer
By Time First Train
who were here last week, return
ed to Tacoms Sunday morning,
but will return later and make
Redmond their permanent home,
and assist in the conduct o f the
Papers were prepared in this comi>any.
city last Saturday for the incor
A t a recent meeting o f the
poration of the Redmond Whole
citv council that body
sale Lumber & Produce Co. and
the same have been forwarded rescindei! its action in limiting
to the secretary o f state. The in the number o f saloons in that
corporators are Henry flanks of city to six. They took the lid off
this city, B. H. McMickle and and now the number o f saloon li
H. A. Seltzer, both o f Tacoma. censes that can be issued are
The capital stock of the new com- unlimited.
Redmond Wholesale Lum
ber & Produce Co.
Name of Concern
FISHING TACKLE and
The fishing season is now here
and we can fit you out with
anything in the Fishing Tackle
Line— hooks, poles, reels, bas
kets, etc.— at a price you can
afford to pay.
Come in and see our stock.
NORWOOD & ANDERSON