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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1911)
HAVING SECURED A
It is the earnest ambition of this institution
to make all relations with this hank pleasant
and profitable. In choosing this as your lsink
you have the assurance of a service capable
of meeting your most exacting requirements,
together with courteous consideration, per
fect organization and efficient and able man
These are all factors in making this the log-
ioal bank for you to do business with.
The State Barak
The new schedule for the mail I Portland Journal: The I'es
service in this section does not
benefit this city to any groat ex-
tent. Since the lirst of the
month mail for Redmond, Bend,
and other towns has l>een coming
in from Culver Junction by the
way of Prineville. By this ar
rungemciit Prinnoville handles all
the mail for this section, which
makes the arrival of mail here the
same as formerly, in the evening,
The only gain in time is on the
outgoing mail which leaves Prine-
ville a few hours earlier. The
mail is received at Prineville
trom Culver early in the morn-
ing, but instead of being sent out
in an hour or two after its arriv-
al it is held until noon, as under
the old schedule.
G EO . L. W H E E L E R , Prop.
Now in complete running order and
turning out High Grade Bread and all
kinds of Bakery Goods, which are sold
on a CASH 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
CASH. Your patronage solicited.
CASH WM. GROCERY
H. HOBBS, Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
Subscribe for The Spokesman
$1.50 per year in advance
chutes country has lieen placed
upon the commercial map of the
Pacific northwest as the earliest
garden spot in three states,
Being the first to ship logan-
tterries and rasplterrioe was no
great feat for that favored section
to acomplish. but another feature
has been put in its cap by ship-
ing the first blackberries of the
season to Portland.
T. J. Miller, w ho lives at Deo-
chutes, but generally ships from
Biggs, has taken all three re-
cords, laist week he sent the
first blackberries of the season
from his place. The ship-
ment consisted of a single
crate of twelve l*oxes, the
fruit being in exellcnt condition
and found a ready sale.
"Mr. Miller certainly has the
¡place to produce early fruits,"
The Baptist ladies will meet for I says YV. II. Dryer of Dryer,
an all day meeting at the home Bollam dt Co., which received the
shipment. "His supplies enter
of Mrs. Oaks on July 13th.
the Portland trade fully two
Rev. Wilson and family. Mr. weeks ahead of any other section
and Mrs. J. K. Ijimb. and Mr. of the Pacific northwest. That
and Mrs. Colegrove picniced the means something, in dollars and
4th on the Deschutes river about cents. "
a mile above Cline Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Kendall for Mail
celebrated their 4th at Sisters.
Culver Tribune: The contract to
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cast and carry the mail between Culver
family were among the Kedmond and ' Prinevi|le haa lHH.n awartjed S e a l e d bids will !>e received by
people who hied themselves to to Sir. Lockhard. of Madras. He the Clerk of Redmond school dis-
the country toenjoy the 4th.
. fonner|y carru.d u .two,.n Madras trect No. 51». until $ P. M . July
The many friends of Mr. and and Culver. While definite in- 14. 1911. for the building or en
Mrs. C. H. Irvin of this city,
larging the school house. Plans
«m i S U D .EON
gave them a "kitchen shower" from Washington, there can l>e and specifications cun he seen at
no doubt but that all of the mail the office of the clerk. W. II. Office in Redmond A l’iurnu
last Thursday evening.
be handled over the Culver- Anderson at the poatoffice. on
G. E. Dobson returned last Prineville
line for the present, as ami after June 26, 1911.
Wednesday night from a busi the line from
Shaniko to Prine Right reserved to reject any
R ed m ond , Ont.
ness trip to Portland. While ville will I k * discontinued.
and all bids. By order of Board
there he did some good boosting
for this section.
J. H. Jackson. Clerk.
Mrs. Geo. L. Wheeler visited tiets Up Banquet
51t3 B. A. Kendall. Chairman.
friends at Prineville the 4th. !
l Wheeler, proprietor
Redmond hail a sane and quiet of the Oregon Cafe of this city.
4th of July celebration. Those was called to Prineville last week Taken up on my place, four
who did not go to Prineville or by Mrs. McDowell of the Prine- miles north of the lower bridge
Sisters to celebrate either stayed ville hotel, to superintend the on the l>e*chutes river, one team
at home or went out into the preparation of the spread for the geldings, with reached manes, Eyes Tested Cbuara l’rov
country fishing and picnicing. banquet that was given Satur- weight al«HJt 11(J0. One a black,
( Xfl«-» in Kht.l lira* block
day night to the delegates to the white strip in face, white stock
Wm. Hobbs and family enjoy Central
ed themselves at the river the league. As a caterer Mr. ing nght t«ck leg. and indefi
nite brand on left shoulder.
Wheeler has a high reputation One
sorrel, small »tar. spot of
Joe McClay and family left in this part of the state.
hairs on nght hip. and
the first of the week for an out
l»ar four on same hip.
ing and fishing trip on the Me- Dentist to
E. S. Fox Hillman. Ore.
Daily stages to and (ram
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. I.amb Dr. J. Barr of Portland, has
paaaenger trains on the
visited at the D. C. Hall ranch recently arrived here and will
Oregon Trunk Line and
near Hillman yesterday.
open a dental office in the John-
lleschutea R. K
Prineville won first money in 800 building on north 6th street,
Madras. M etolnu and
the base ball tournament held Oe expect* to begin practice
there this week.
about the 15th. Dr. Barr is a
aim ! 1* tf.
, , . „ ,
graduate of the University of Prmrtirr in Id U *1! xi r««jrt«
Paaarnfrr and LipnS
O flir »
Lynch & Roberts of this city,
California located at
had an elaborately decorated au-
tomobile in the parade at Prine-
NOTI e g ro K rt BUCATWH
Redmond. • Orejón
I vi|le the 4th.
Cook Hangs Self
Ill o f Ow li WS», f
I .a m i O ftlr«- a t T h r 1'alia*, O n f
John Major of Artesia, New At Bend
Mexico, ami Mr. Fry of Sheri- Word was received here yes-
Nolle* la h*r< hy *l»*n IW fn m t
II W i I m >•
dan, this state, arrived here last terday that a man named Herb
January ¿nth. 1*1«, mail* r—
Wednesday evening in company Mmer a ^
itfiMHi, for NW|.
•h ip r> S outh, K an*» U l a s t * * *
wity G. E. Dobson of this city. suicide at Bend Tuesday night hy
r t t r M -rbllan. ha* ni« l notte* « ¿ J
and are looking this section over hanging himself at the slaught-
lion lo mah» Final niti.m gU llsW
to ralahllah claim Io U m laaJ **
with a view to locating here.
er houae two miIpg from thp cjty
<l*arrt|j*«l, I«.f.,„. || < Kills M
' jmmhmmm *. • ••'Sr*, a M
E. L. Rapp and Joe Mace went The first report was that a man
O rapm . on Ih* 34th lay of
fishing Sunday in the Crooked had been killed and the murder-
I Caimani lum i* a* «tu ma*
river near the Davenport ranch, er had been lynched,
Jam** Ilmen of H nenn,
( h a u n rry K I W to . d ‘•r«**.*».
Post office Building
and Mr. Rapp said that Mace
km*. I»avkl M Siry, .It of
caught a five pound Dolly Y’ar-: Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B. Green REDMOND, - OREGON Or**on.
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! went to Sisters for the 4th.
Firm! publication jun*
Are invited to call at my Fur
niture Store and look over the
The days of high priced furni
ture in Redmond are gone, and
you will Ite surprised how rea
sonable I can sell you anything
in the Furniture Line.
the best the market affords, which
is your privilege, and which is al
ways served at our place.
Quick service and satisfactory
prices at the
South 6 th St.
MAIL SERVILE DESCHUTES (¡ETC !
ABOUT SAME THE FIRST PRIZE1
C. The H. House IR
F. H. RODEMEYER
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
G. A. McFarlane
J. C. WILLIAMS
The most desirable residence section in Kedmond. Water now in the streets for
irrigation. Lots are being sold fast. Better pick out a lot or two now—you’ll
never regret it. The soil is well adapted for gardens and lawns.
PRICES AND TERMS WILL SUIT YOU IN THIS DESIRABLE SECTION.
LET US SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY
See any of our Selling Agents for further particulars