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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1911)
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“ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES”
AND “ EASY MONEY”
SELDOM PLAY TO ENCORES; but wo can toll you
this: Any man who has laid by some READY CASH
in a hank account is usually in shape to wasp the
GOOD THING when it come* his way.
When you see some man taking advantage of an in
vestment oppotunity— put it down as a safe prop
osition that his hank account is hack of the transac
LOOKING FOR READY MONEY.
You know as well as anyone that opportunity is al
ways looking for READY MONEY. It’s the man
who commenced to save a year ago. who is prepared
to cinch the “good thing" of today. Your opportuni
ty will come. Get ready by starting a I tank account
here — now.
Redmond Bank of Commerce
When you buy meat you
always want the best you
can get, and when you
buy at my market pur
chasers are assured of
getting the best.
I would like to have
you try our bologna.
H. A. HILL
S o u th ó th S t., R e d m o n d
Sixth and F streets
JAS DOUGHERTY. Prop’r
carries in stock
that are handled in all
H. II. « C. L CAl.MKa
AT RRDMONIl, ORKliltN
S trictly in A d u n c *
One year, • $1.50 Thri** month*. 5tV*
.75 I Single
ADVERTISING R A TES
Chickens in this section ought
to bo plentiful this year for num
known erous iH*ople art* engagisl in rais
ing them both with liens uiul in
M:ikc all money* payable an.l
*11 comm unication* to M. II 0 0, L.
I'alm cr, KeUmoml. O regon.
County Treasurer R. I- Jordan
and wife and Mrs. Lilly Jordan,
mother of Mr. Jordan, visited
here Sunday with Mrs. R. L Jor
Redmond, Oregon, May 26, 1911 dan’s parents. Dr. ami Mrs. t .
One advantage of the Redmond
country is that enqw grow rapid Trout fishing in the Deschutes
ly here, and even if the spring river near here is getting good
since the trout dies came out and
season is a little late the warm, many large catches are lx*itig
prenaant weather that follows is made.
I sure to mature the crop.
Remeinlier the race track meet
When the railroud gets here it here June 14-16-16.
will then be i>o8sible to have a
uniform standard of time—“ rail Two Hh Cornets for Sale
road time". As it is now then* Two high grade Rb Comets,
are very few time pieces m the
l>ost made, satin silver fin
ish, gold plated hell, high
city that have the corresponding
and low pitch. These cor
nets an* practically new and
Although the spring season in will be sold at a lutrgain.
For further information in
this section has been cold we are
quire at Spokesman office.
no worse off than other sections
of Oregon and the United States.
All over the country cold weath Jhe choicest vacant corner 50x
er obtained during April ami the 100 on Sixth stn*et. only one
fore part of this month.
block fn>nt Hotel Redmond, this
is a snap for a quick buy. IlMtm
Some Portland men object to takes it. Sec Jones Ijiml Com
being called “boosters“ and want pany for terms.
the more high sounding name of
“educators” substituted. The
name of “ booster” seems to lie Cairn* into my enrlosun* on
plenty gixkl enough for us |teople May 13th. a dark Jersey heifer
calf atsnit six months old.
in this neck of the woods.
K. W. Pratt. Rcdmoml.
Fntere.1 a* »econ.1 da** m a tte r Juiv
U . 1*10 at the Coelothc* at Redmond.
Orvgvm, under the Act of Mch. X, ls,'*.i
The Spokesman has received
some anonymous poetry for pub
160 acres land cleared. Sex*
lication. The writer's name to Liddell on the Wilson ranch,
all communications for publica- PoWt.|| Butte* Address. Prine-
tion should accompany the arti ville.
cle. not necessarily for publica
tion. but as an evidence of good
Wood chopjHTS. S ah * Liddell
at the Wilson ranch. Powell
The news story in this issue Buttes. Address, Prineville. lOtf
about improvement in the mail
service to be inaugurated in this
well matched 6-year
section beginning July 1st. will
old geldings, cream color, with
be received with rejoicing by the
silver manes and tails.
people here. W e have been “ get- alM)Ut l060 ¡„quire of M K
ting it in the neck” as regards Landes, Redmond.
bum mail service fora number of
Spectacles L ist
years, and any change for the
better will be very acceptable.
A pair of spectacles lost aliout
May 11th, between E and B
streets on 5th or 6th streets.
Finder please leave with jswt-
H. H. Hanks has planted on master.
his ranch near town a strip of
ground 110 feet long to sweet
Please Settle I ’p
Having sold my lumber yard
If you are going to paint see business in Redmond toth«*Tum-
Jackson. It will pay you. 46tf A-Lum Lumber Co., I respect
fully ask all who are indepted to
Mrs. G. M. Huffman returned me to call at my office and settle
last Thursday night from a two their
month's visit with her parents at
H agon and Hamms for Sale
Let us do your next order of A new 3-inch Moline Wagon
commercial job printing. High and set of new douHe work har
grade work and prices satisfac ness for sale. Inquire at Blue
tory. The Redmond Spokesman. Front Livery Bam.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mc.Yfeen
and son Lloyd were Lamonta vis
itors here Sunday to witness the
ball game and see Kedmond do
up the Prineville team.
L. A. Brandenhurgh who lives
near I,aidlaw, was here last Fri
day buying supplies for his farm.
He says he can buy cheaper in
Redmond than in any of the sur
Contractor and Builder
Plans, Specifications and Estimates furn
ished ror all clases of buildings.
Ofice one block east of Jacksoa’s Hardware Store,
We have ALL KINDS OF 1YPK
for ALL KINDS OF WORK, all
reports to the contrary notwith
l\il>U»h«*U *v*ry ThunnU y by
Catcher Sichel Hinkle of the
Prineville ball team, and his wife
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. C.
A. Cline while here Sunday.
The Spokesman has recently
added to its equipment material
for ALL kinds of printing. If you
want Stair cards, large or small
or any kind of cards printed, we
R . (’. I M M E L E ’S
Carries a Com plete Stock o f
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring, Beaded Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
!**t me figure with you on your next
lumber bill. Estimate* furnished
free for all dawn** of l>uildinga.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
Phone m 02
P H D M O N O . ORB.
Jos. H. Jackson
Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, B u g g ie s » n d Hacks,
R an ges,
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and nee um .
Joseph H. Jackson, w « *
ME A T M A R K E T
Have you in*|>eeted our stock?
It will pay you to do ao.
Wc handle everytning obtainable in
the w ay of M<*als. Fish. Poultry' and
T ry Us tor GOOD S E R V I C E
J . O. W O LF A GO,, Prop*rs.
The Annex Billiard Hall
The most Modern Establishment
of the kind in Central Oregon
A I renh Line o f Candien, C igars
and TohaeroM always on hand
A. E. WYATT, Proprietor
H O T E L
A X X E X
All Orders Given Prompt
Redmond Transfer Co.
C. A. Aflam*.
Man hv * t .
J. C. WILLIAMS
BUCKLEY EXP CD
Daily stages to and front
all |«ssenger trains on the
Oregon Trunk Line and
Deschutes R. R.
Madras. Metolius and
REDMOND. - OREGON
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