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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1911)
The M in im i
Redmond, Ore., June 15, 1911
W inona W agons
The BEST WAGON MADE. We have
all kinds and a guarantee goes with
every one o f them.
If vou want a Satisfactory Wagon
You will Buy a WINONA.'
The Oregon Trunk Railway is open for business to Opal Oily,
just north o f Crook«! River.
The Jones Warehouse Co.
GEO. A. JONES. Manager
will handle sll freight st Opal City for the railroad. The ok! Shaniko
Moody Warehouse system will be employed. Merchants will get their
goods promptly and without inconvenience. Opal City will be the freight
terminus for 90 days more. Have your freight consign«! in care of
Address communications to BEND OREGON.
O’NEIL BROTHERS COMPANY, INC.
M A D R A S , ORE.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers and Jobbers in Wines. Liq
uors and Cigars. Sole agents for Stonewall and Mc
Coy Whiskies and The Napa Soda Springs Mineral
Water. Distributers for Edel Brau, Schlitz and Rai
We also carry a strong line of Glassware. Bar Tow
els. Playing cards and etc. Especially adapted to the
Orders by Phone or Mail will receive prompt attention
R a ilw a y
ROSE FESTIVAL, PORTLAND, Jne 5-11
Portland and Return
Opal City 8.75
Tickets sold June 5-7-9. Return limit June 12.
San Francisco and Return
Madras, $34.85 Metolius, $35.00
35.20 Opal City, 35.45
Tickets sold June 16-17. Return limit July 31. Also sold
June 22, July 1 and 6. Return limit Sept. 15. Via steamer in
one or both directions south of Portland 85 cents less than
fares given above.
Stop overs permitted at and south of
Clatsop Beach on the Pacific, Round Trips
Madras, $12.15 Metolius, $12.45
12.30 Opal City, 12.75
Tickets sold daily from June 1st; good returning all sum
mer. Stop-overs at Astoria.
Astoria, Ore., Aug. 10-Sept. 9.
Low round trip fares to and from eastern points are in
effect on various dates. Details furnished on application.
Train leaves Opal City daily 9:00 a. m., Culver 9:15 a. m.,
Metolius 9:30 a.m., Madras 9:45 a.m. arrive Portland 7:45p.m.
B. R. Ness,
Agent Culver, Ore.
R. E. Michael,
Agent, Madras, Ore,
J. H. Corbett,
Agent, Opal City, Ore.
T. A. Graham,
Agent, Metolius Ore.
will Is* sold for feed bill at in'
stable in Redmond on Sat unlay.
BY THE POUND .lulv 1st. at 2 o’clock p. m.
A Mas.m & llainlln organ in
Mrs. Arthur Templeton,
10 VISIT HERE
I have recently received a large stink
o f the Celebrated, well known
Horse for Sale
Eleven year old trotting horse
Northern Pacific Railroad
Officials Are Touring
Bananas by the pound, instead
o f by the dozen, "ill !*' *1"’ ru*°
among all grocers of Portland
hereafter. When the house" ite
guea to the corner grocery for the
famed Central American product
she will lx- asked how inan>
iHtimds she wishes, and instead
of measuring up the family np-
l«etite by the number of liananas
that an individual devours, cal
culation will have to bo made to
determine how many |*>unds and
fractions thorx-of apitease the
All armimi ranch ami famil>
Mare for Sale
young team, huriu-sa and wagi.i
Ten year old mare. bramh-d M impure at thia office.
() oil right shoulder, will Is- sold
for f.«ed bill, at my stable at
Cline Falls on Saturday. June 1«
The choiceet \ucunt corner fai*
W. J. Woods.
ino on Sixth Street, «mly )>llr
block fn>m Hotel Redmond, thia
ia a siimi * for u quick boy. U nni
Cow for Sale
taki-s it. See Jone« Lami (\»|„
Good cow for sal.- reasonable.
l*any for torma.
Inquire at thia office,
lloraes for Salo
W a n te d
T " o g"«al marea ami «»ne youna
160 acres land cleared. s**a- hors«- Culi at S|Mikeanian "iti«.
Liddell on the Wilson ranch. I
When in need of any dental Powell Buttes.
eull on Dr. C. A. t line in ville.
INTO THIS SECTION
the Khret block, and you "ill I**
please«! with the results obtained.
All tin* latest meth«*da o f dental
are used. and satisfac
Journey Is to Last a Week
tion in every instance guaran
and Many Points Are
J v v
THEIR FIRST TRIP
Sulawnlie for The S|a*keainai,
to Be Visited
Central Oregon is being visited
this week bv a party o f Northern
Pacific officials and Portland edi
tors who traveled in a special
train over the North Rank and
Oregon Trunk roads, in which
the Northern Pacific owns a hall
A. D. Charlton, assistant gene
ral passenger agent of the North
ern Pacific has charge o f the
party. The newly opened Oregon
Trunk road was followed to Mad
ras. from which place automo
biles conveyed the visitors into
the central and southern parts
o f the state. The following are
in the party:
Carl R. Gray, president of the
Spokane. Portland & Seattle
Railroad. Portland; II. C. Nutt,
fourth vice-prest. Northern Paci
fic Railway. Tacoma: J. G. Wood-
worth, traffic manager Northern
Pacific Railroad St. Paul; A. D.
Charlton, assistant general pas
senger agent Northern Pacific
Railroad. Portland; Henry Blake
ley, general western freight
agent Northern Pacific Railroad.
Portland; F. H. Fogarty, assist
ant general freight agent. North
ern Pacific Railroad, Portland; I.
J. Bricker. immigration agent.
St Paul; O. D. Wheeler, adver
tising department. St. Paul; E.
B. Piper, managing editor. Ore
gonian. Portland; John F. Car
rol, general manager Telegram.
Portland: C. S. Jackson, prest.
Journal. Portland, and the offi
cial photographer and stenogra
This is the first visit into the
interior for most of the men and
they are prepared for many sur
Their schedule requires them
to leave Portland Tuesday morn
ing. reaching Madras that night.
It is probable that they will leave
the railroad there and travel by
automobile instead of continuing
on the train to the south.
The tentative plans prepared
by Mr. Charlton include stojw at
Metolius. Culver. Redmond, Bend
Laidlaw, Prineville and other
Crook county points. If weather
and roads permit they will then
cross westward to Silver Lake,
Klamath Falls and Medford, re
turning by way of the Willamette
The object of the trip is to ac
quaint the railroad men with the
conditions of the great new em
pire that is just being opened to
the outside world through the con-
struction of the Oregon Trunk.
The Northern Pacific, as one of
the builders of this line, will han
dle much of the business of Cen
tral Oregon and the officials of the
road desire to obtain firsthand
knowledge of the country, so
that they may be better able to
carry on traffic there.
It is likely that the party will
be away from Portland a week.
Commercial bodies in Central
Oregon and at points along the
railroad will entertain the visi
Team for Sale
LIME FOUND IN
The finest homes in Redmond
will lie located in beautiful MEL
ROSE PARK with its large lots
and wide street* and avenues,
on the highest elevation within j
the city limits, with irrigation
water on every lot.
P ou ltry
A large deposit of commercial
lime has been discovered I I miles
east of Metolius. A Portland lime
expert has tested it an«l toun«l it
to lie 90 per cent pure. It con
tains but I |>or cent magnesia.
This is said to la* one of the
most valuable l»c«ls in the l nited
States, as it contains hydrate of
lime of the purest quality, which
is used for medicinal purposes.
The surface croppings extend
over an area of 20W) feet. Me
tolius men are organizing a com
pany to develop the property.
Redmond Fee d & Fuel Co.
K. I . I-ARKKR. l-ri.p r.
LEADING HOTEL OF CENTRAL OREGON
We Cater to the Commercial Trade
Evangelist Samuel Gregg of
the Christian church, is conduct
ing a revival meeting in the Laid- j
law church. Singing Evangelista ,
Webb and wife are assisting with *
the music. There will be an all
day service next Sunday, with a
basket dinner at noon. At the j
evening hour Mr. Gregg will de
liver an Odd Fellows memorial
Bring your final proof notices
to The Six>kesman office. We
will make out your application
for proving up. and attend to all
the details necessary in the mat-
New goods almost daily at
Please Settle I’ p
Having sold my lumber yard
business in Redmond totheTum-
A-Lum Lumber Co., I respect
fully ask all who are indebted to
mo to call at my office and settle
of the RIGHT KIND
If you want v«»ur (’«»mmerrial Printing
to have a distinctive h*«*k and aom«*
class to them, let us «1«* the "<*rk.
High Gride Printing is nur Specialty
THE REDMOND SPOKESMAN
We have a lar*e «took o f the Celebrated PH OENIX PKE*
I AKKI) I AINT, all colors, that you should set1 if you Arc
KoinK to need paint this year.
A CARLOAD OF BUGGIES, WAGONS and McCORMICK FARM
MACHINERY, BARBED WIRE and WOVEN WIRE FENCING
«See us for your FISHING TACKLE.
We can supply all your needs.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond* Ore