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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1911)
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
EFT WAS HELD
ee Days’ Racing and a
Base Ball (iame List
Week Drew Urge At
tendance— (¡ood Races
Are Pulled O f
J Tin* 3-day race meet held here
laat week Wednesday. Thursday,
•Rd Friday. June 14-10, wasasuc-
•tasful alTair and much enjoyed
by the IjVcra of hurse racing.
The banks and must of the busi-
Bean houses of the city cloned up
la the afternoon during the three
p y » o f the races.
The at tend
inee was verv satisfactory. the
|Bces good, and the promoters
ire well pleased with the success
KGDMONI). ( KOOK C O U N TY , OREGON, THURSDAY. JUNK 22. 1011
of the meet. Follow ¡ng is u
schedule of the ruces:
The entries for the first day
for one-fourth mile dash, free for
Psyche, Little Tim and Kessic
Green. Psyche was first and Lit-
j tie Tim, second. Purse, $100.
Second Race, three-eighth mile
dash, free for all saddle horses.
Entries Sockeye, Ruck and Kill
Kill Kailey first, Buck
second. Purse, $60.
Second day, first race, three-
eighth mile dash.
Kessie Green, Kill Kailey and
Kuck Vandervert. Bessie Green
first, Kill Kailey second. Purse,
Second race, one-half mile.
Entries Psyche. John H. and
Killiken. Hilliken first, Psyche
second. Purse, $75.
Third day, first race, one-fourth
mile dush. Entries Kill Kailey,
Kessie Green and Kuck Vander-
vert. Kill Kailey first. Kuck Van
Second race, three eighth mile
II. Kill Kailey and Little Tim.
Kill Kailey first, John H second.
Spokesman for job printing.
HERE IN 5 YEARS
C. S. Jackson of the Ore
gon Journal, on Recent
Visit Predicted a Pros
perous Future for the
City of Redmond
While here last week Wednes
day with the Northern Pacific
railroad officials who were tour
ing the central part o f the stiite,
C. J. Jackson, publisher o f the
Oregon Journal at Portland, was
much impressed with Redmond
und the agricultural land sur
rounding the c i t » He said that
any man between the age o f 20
and 40 who wanted to (letter his
condition should locate on some
of the irrigated land in this dis
trict that there was a fortune
in it for him. He compared this
section with the Yakima country
and said what happened there
would lie rejieated here.
"Ten years ago,” said Mr.
Jackson, "a lot o f us fellows
gave the locators on Yakima land
the laugh and predicted they
would starve to death. Those
fellows stuck to the land and to
day are on Easy street, and are
giving us fellows the laugh.
"You have the same conditions
here that obtain in the Yakima
Valley, and with your irrigation
and isissibilities for fruit grow
ing UMTS is BO pOMlhlo chance to
lose out. but every op|s>rtunity to
For that reason I say
that the Redmond District pre
sents the chance of a lifetime.”
When asked what he thought
alsiut the future prospects of
Redmond Mr. Jackson predicted
we would have a city o f 20,000
inside of ten years.
the land surrounding you to make
a prosperous city, and Redmond
is bound to grow into an impor
tant commercial center." he said.
Other members of the railroad
party were equally as enthusias
tic as Mr. Jackson regarding the
future of Redmond and this sec
It's very p<*>r economy to buy merchandise so inferior in quality that it does not give you
complete satisfaction. It is extravagance to pay more than reliability is worth.
There are three classes o f merchandise:
The Extravagantly Cheap, the Reliable Standard, and the Extravagantly High Priced.
This store specializes on the merchandise that l>elongs to this middle class.
And we are
sure that in doing your purchasing you will serve your own best interests, and secure complete
satisfaction in choosing from these reliable goods.
In fact, we guarantee complete satisfaction in every purchase made here.
This week we offer a number o f specially priced lots as an added incentive to June
business. Itead the list they are Money Savers.
We have the most COMPLETE STOCK
OF SHOES in Central Oregon, and car
ry such famouK brands as the Gotzian,
Packard and John Strootman’s.
You will find our Dry Hoods Depart
ment always Complete.
Indian Linens, popular for White
Dresses and Waists, in 15-20-25c grades.
Ribbons in all widths and shades.
You will find our Ladies Muslin and
Knit Underwear complete in every detail.
A good House Lining at 5V4C per yd.
We are selling these Shoes
at Very Reasonable Prices
You’ll be sorry if you do not get a pair
$1.50 PER YEAR
I have just received a large
shipment o f these celebrated
goods in Spring and Summer
weights and styles.
1 want you to see this line o f
for I am certain you will be
satisfied with the goods, fit and
Better come in today.
E. L. R A P P
“The Head to Foot Clothier." Redmond, Or.
Cather Foote of the Lo
cal Ball Team “ Brings
Home the Bacon’’ in the
Ninth Inning With a
The Bend team are some players
themselves, as the score shows.
Following is the score by in
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Red’ md 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 8
1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 - - 7
Struck out, by Rodman, 7: by
Hits—Redmond 16, Bend 11.
Bend Team Beats
The ball game at Bend last Sat
urday afemoon between the Bend
team and the Redmond team was
wpn by the former club by a
score o f 8 to 5. It was a good
At the ball game played here Sisters 3
last Thursday afternoon at the
driving park between the locals
and the Bend team, the score
stood 7 to 7 when the Redmond
team went to bat in the last half
of the 9th.
and Catcher Foote, who was next
up, picked out a good one and
swatted it on the nose for a three
bagger, sending Mac in with the
Then the balloon went up and
if there had been any cushions in
the grand stand they would be
sailing in the air yet.
Rodman was in the box for the
locals and pitched a good game.
The Sisters team played ball
Sunday afternoon at Prineville
with the result that the county
seat nine came out winner by a
score o f 12 to 3. The Sisters
team, it is said, did not play
their usual fast game o f ball.
New Plats Filed
The Oregon Trunk Develop
ment Co. has filed the following
plats with the county court: Pi
oneer Addition to Opal City,
Grandview Addition to Bend.
Terminal Addition to Culver,
Warehouse Addition to Madras.
Waterway Addition to Redmond.
Our Stock is always complete
Men’s Corduroy Pants.
They are good
Regular $3.50 and $4.00 kind we
are selling at money saving prices.
Bear in mind that your dollars have a large
purchasing power at our store
Gal. can Solid Packed Peaches ...... $ .50
Coal Oil per gal
Sugar, 15 lhs. for
Rice, 16 lhs. for
Dry Raspberries, l h ................................. 30
We have just received a shipment of
CofFee, a fine grade, that we sell for
BOX WRITING PAPER
2 5 c. per pound
WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS AT
BRING US YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS
We wish to call your attention
to the large and complete stock
we carry in the above lines.
We have an assortment from
the two bit kind to the higher
We can suit
your ideas in this stock.
NORWOOD & ANDERSON