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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Extract- frein a Diary.
I AM SPENDING TDD MI CH
••Ijjst month my wages mid my Nurd ami other livinir
expenses and loft me ton dollars for im iontals.
The ton is
gone. ! ■ noth- :
ber just ho» l spent't. but at the b«‘s
.one is almost hut
for which I cannot account
“ 1 am spending too much for pleas .re and there are many
things 1 need"
IMbiMini every ThunnUv by
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StncUy »< Advanc*
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Vt»VKKTISINd KA V KS made known
Make »11 mon«*y» payable and addreea
all communication* to li. H. & C. t-
I'alnu-r. Kcdmoud, Or»goii.
Entered a* *»von.l c l»*» matter Juiv
14 , IS1U at the Poatotltce at Redmond.
Oregon, under the Act of Mch. 3, 1K7V.
THE WAY TO S A V E -
HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT W ITH
Redmond Bank of Commerce
J. W. Brewer. Tres.
B. A. Kendall. Vice-Pres.
G M. Slocum. Cashier.
We have recently installed in
connection with S lah cr’s Hard
ware Store, a complete Plumb
ing and Tinning outfit, and in
vite your patronage in this
All orders will receive prompt
attention and the wor v done un
der the direction of an experi
Pipe and Fittings, Wholesale and Retail
MAHER fc H HEELER
Shop at Maher’s Hardv are Store,
South 6th street.
Sixth and F streets
JAS DOUGHERTY. Prop’ r
carries in stock
L E A D IN G BRANDS
that are handle'1 in all
Contractor and Builder
Plans, Specification« and Estimate« furn
ished ror all clases o f buildings.
Office one block east of Jackson* Hardware Store, Redmond
Redmond. Oregon, July 20. 1911
Business condition« in this see
tion have changed considerably
since a year ago.
The truly intelligent activity,
and this young man should con-
tribute to society «happinessand
welfare the grnce which come»
through study, toil and honest
According to interviews pub
lished in the Portland pepers with
officers o f the Oregon Trunk Kail
road in relation to the completion
o f the railnwd bridge across
U rooked river, it begins to look
as if the road would not get into
Redmond until about t’ hristmas
time. That would bring our 4th
o f July. Kailroud Day celebration.
New Year’s celebration all at
Attorneys for bond companies
Mrs. Earl Benton and baby
are curious people. No two attor
o f Redmond, visited
neys have an opinion alike.
with friends here last week.
A. A. Green who has beet
The weather does get some hot
on the ditch«*« neai
even in this section o f the state.
has returned home
Last Friday afternoon was an e x
The Greenluylgh family have
The hot weather smile is partic-1 moved to Redmond.
ulariy noticeable these days on Hunter and family now' occupy
the faces o f the ice cream and the Greenhalgh ranch, w hich they
soda fountain men.
A number o f people from h«*re
to Redmond last Tuesday
With ; bun |**r crop o f hay ami
to mm * Governor West
alfalfa n this «listrict there is no
o f the Desert
need to worry al>out the future
success of the Redmond section.
h«*re would have attended the
Wonder if the city will have to meeting o f the l»»ard. but the
go through the throes of another officials arrive«! a day sooner than
election in order to get the bonds expecteil.
Mrs. L. J. Green left last Fri
sold t>> build a municipal water
day for the camp meeting in
From there she in
An auto u ■ ii!e ride these hot tends to go to Harrison. Idaho, to
:u-. rly a*. g «s »l as a ride visit her children.
L. E. Smith ha« some first
on a trolley car. We have no troll
eys here, but plenty o f autos, and class timothy and alfalfa hay.
last year's crop. Phone him. H17.
good roads to speed them on.
When it comes to holding stock
sales the Central Oregon Live
stock Association o f Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. John Fay and
knows how to pull off a satisfac
family left Saturday for their new-
tory stunt, and then some.
home in Bend.
W. E. Thielvoldt sold his farm
The people o f this city should
to Mr. Peck ham and is now
buy “ Made in Oregon” goods
temporarily living in the stone
from the local merchants when
building tielonging to Hegardt
ever the price and quality are
Bros, and Thielvoldt.
equal to Eastern made goods.
The local ball nine defeated a
team from the bridge gang Sun
And now the eye« o f a number
day afternoon by a score o f 17 to 3.
o f people from the Alberta count
Mr. Peck ham and family have
ry are turned toward this part of
moved onto the farm recently
Oregon. Ia*t ’em come; there is
vacated by W. E. Thielvoldt
plenty o f room for lots o f them.
The Iaulies' Pioner Club met
with Mrs. Oliver Swanson last
As an indication that business
Wednesday afternoon. and she
is getting better all over the Unit
took the I adit*« over to the Crook
ed States after a depression o f six
ed river bridge to spend the after
months, the various large rail-
noon, where they had an enjoy
mad companies are placing ord
ers for new equipment o f locomo
The farmers are all busy this
tives and cars.
week in the hay field.
them have nearly finished cutting
That Oregon Trunk Railroad
their first crop which will turn
engineer w ho who was running
out very satisfactory.
50 miles an hour around the
A large crowd attended the
“ Shoo F ly” curve when he had
mass m«*eting held here last
orders to hold his speed down to
Wednesday evening to vote on
10 miles, and caused a wreck and
changing the name o f the town
loss o f six lives, will have a hard
Hillman to some other name.
time to convince any jury that he
A fter the votes were counted the
w as not to blame for the accident.
name o f Smithrock was found to
lead by a large majorty.
Strangers coming into Red
mond and seeing the building
Money invested in Lots in Mel
going on cannot help but realize
Park NOW, will double in
that this isa live city. And when
they go out into the surrounding
country and see the good crop j
showing they are more than ever
satisfied that the Redmond Dis
trict is the place to locate in.
We heard a young man remark
last week that “ The the world
owes me a living.” It is hoped
for that young man’s good that
he’ ll get the notion out o f his
It ’s a mistake, a grave
mistake. He never entertained a
more foolish idea nor one which
will bring him a smaller measure
o f respect.
The world owe* the
younf man nothing; hut instead
he owes the world and society an
active, noble manhood, a steady,
honest energy which will enable
him to associate with decent men
and women in a true manliness
o f character that will make his
friendship valuable and his pres
ence and companionship desired.
R. C. IM M E L K ’S
Carries a Complete SttH*k of
Lumber and Hu i Id in g Material
Rustic and V Siding
Flooring, Headed Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
l«et me figure with you on your next
free for all classes of buildings.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
RED M O N D , ORE.
Jos. H. Jackson
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
and all the other good« that
K wh in the Hardware trade.
Come and aee un .
Joseph H. Jackson, wmod
ME A T M A R K E T
Have you inspected our stock?
It will |«y you to do so.
We handle everything obtainable in
the way o f Meats, Fish. Poultry and
T ry Us fo r GOOD S E R V IC E
J • O. W O LF & GO,, P rop 9rs.
Tum=A=Lum Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer«
Will give price« delivered at yard
or Roberts Br«m’ . mill.
Office and Yard 2 blocks east o f Redmond Hotel, Redmond
All Orders Given Prompt
Warren & Woodward
IR R IG ATIO N . SUBDIVISION. L A N !)
Estimates Furnished on Power Plants.
Redmond Transfer Co.
C. A. Adams, Manager.
S U R V E YS
We have had 10 year»' experience, embracing all branch»» of
Rooms 5 & fi. Rank of Commerce Bid*. P. 0. Box 260 R E D M O N D