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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1911)
START A BANK ACCOUNT AND
WATCH IT GROW
Some good things are being
said about our methods of con-
ducting our Banking Business.
All who avail themselves of our
sen ices are well pleased. We
are pleasing your neighbor.
Are we pleasing you?
STATE BANK OF REDMOND
W. S. Rodman. Pros.
Joseph H. Jackson. Vice-Pres.
Roy A. Bush. Cashier
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
G E O . L.
NEVER. M A D E A
CRUSTY H S ° A N D
O nr lo t v c a h a v « th * c r u i t that i«> v «a a
m itllk a fla v o r I d t h « m ou th whUa t h « flak y
1» *: — O. na to It« last h o rn .
TASTE AMD B E L ie V E
HOBB’S CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
WM. H. HOBBS. Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
S o u th 6th S t.
REDM ON D
Subscribe for The Spokesman
$1.50 per year in advance
and atlilliatrd lines, w as here tins
i view s of places of interest in
Redmond and surrounding «mo-
R.ati Gregory's »d. He has try. to bo used in publicity work
something of interest to say.
tube issued by the different line#
Donald Burleigh is clerking in
K. M. White this week sold his
Mendenhall’* store this week.
forty acres of Isml north o f the
Osborne left yesterday city to the Northwest Tow »site
for u business trip to Portland. Co. of Philadelphia. The com
pany has commenced to plat the
J. 11. Mendenhall made u busi | pro\*ei ty into lots.
ness trip to Portland this week.
G. M. Slocum. C. R. Md.allin.
The high wind Saturday after C,. W. Wells and W. K. Van Al
noon was very unpleasant while len left this week for a hunting
trip to the mountains, and ex-
l>eet to be gone about three
Fret! Wilson came in Monday weeks.
from his Cline Butte ranch to buy
W. H. Jennings of Dawnport.
Nebr.. is in this city visiting his
Arthur Templeton and family old frieml Roy A. Hush. He is
moved Saturday to their ranch I well pleased with this «wintry,
and will look around with a view
! to locating somewhere in this
The front of the Muma build section.
ing has been artistically painted.
Johnson Bros, opened their
Painter Kohl did the work.
, Redmond Grocery yesterday.
The Fraternal Brotherhood of They are local«! in their ow n
i this city, held an enjoyable so building on north 6th street,
cial session at Ehret's hall Mon ' two door* north of the Bank of
Commerce. Attention is called
to their advertising announce
The 16-months’ old baby of ment on the seventh page of
Mr. ami Mrs. E. A. Cast does a this issue.
caliathenic exercise that is very
Redmond ami Vicinity
Under the direction o f Officer
McClay the streets, alleys and
hack yards in the business dis
trict have been well cleaned up.
PULL FOR NEW C O IR S
Tor any room — to chime in
with any furninhiiUfM —
priced an John Wannamak-
er would say, “ alluringly".
Your next “ rocker money”
should not he spent until
you’ve seen these new ones
C. H . I R V I H
The House Furnisher
Continued from 1st i»age
iVm't let us puff ourselves up
the idea that "Redmond ia
Dave Siry who lives south of
advertised that we will
here, was in town Monday. He
has sold his land here and bought K»‘t them anyway the) can t get
three acres near Walla Walla for *waj fr o a ua . at one Redmond
man said last spring when asked
' what was Iwing done here to se-
The municipal electric lighting cure incoming colonists.
'plant is now running to its full
Go after them and get them in
capacity, and no more lights can here and show them our incom-
i be installed until the plant is en- J parable country.
er they locate or not, you will
know you have done your best to
H. C. Herrick, the real estate induce settlement here.
man. left yesterday for a hunt
ing trip with some friends fron
Vevada who recently arrives!
LOOKING FOR MANY
SETTLERS THIS FALL
"W h at'* th e m ailer. \I« m ? la
theft* • burglar tn the h..u*c •***
i lio inaiti an ! her big, r u f
fiani« i«au am «11)1 tilting ia tha
kitchen, and it‘a ueari» I o'clock. I
want tiu tn gu iluwu thafw an-l toll
him to go home “
“ S » . watt, mv drwr. Iuct'a not
be h«*lr about thrao mat l era. Ww
” Ha*ly' lb> >»u call it bwing
ha»t» !■> let him stay her« till after
mulnight’ 1 want you to go down
there imi tell him to go homo at
-| here. Ti.u’rw being baity again
! don't prof»t«e to tell him anything
of the li Ulti How do we know that
he ha* a home to go t o ’ i,rt'a be
re«.onal,le ahnut I he*« thing*.“ —
Chicago Record Herald
Some o f the residents in the
Ctw 'tM ui 1« is« Lad.
eastern part o f the city complain
A » initor to the jail in a New
that sneak thieves are stealing
England rity » u much imprwcswd
provisions that are left out over Prominent Real Estate Man by the marniera of the few priaon-
Taken a Rosy View
“ They aet-m ao gent!« and ao po
lite, »he mi d. "I knew thwra were
Mrs. Tom A. W ilder has ar
no liardwaad crimiaala b a n , but 1
rived from Port Orchard, Wn..
w»* not pre|t«retl for auch «»ur
»•-d joined her husband on his
te.m,. ctaii cordial, reception*."
on his ranch north of here. She
Guy E. Dobson of the Central
“ t»b, they'r* cordial and cour-
is well pleased with this country. Oregon Irrigated Land Co. of teou». all right,“ an id Ilio Jailer,
this city, recently stated to The but I i! rather ha«o icaa maunrra
Preparations are being made Spokesman that he is looking for m yself.1*
Awn would!" And thu visitor
here to take care of the incoming a large number of land seekers
waa t i nienti) shocked.
land seekers that are expected to to come into this section of the
' I «»uld, nut am,“ rr|*nicd the
arrive between the middle o f state while the fall colonist rate* jadet "S ii montila ago on« of the
September and the middle of Oc- are in effect, between Septem- pt.liie*! men I bail her« ramped one
; ber 15th and October 15th. From fnglit ami left a note for me earing,
'advance information he has re- 'I l nut you will par.Ion mo for tho
Th** giving away a baby ceived he is of the opinion that Ill-ertV I t a k e ' -
stunt at the show here last week quite a colony o f Hollanders will
was a good advertising scheme arrive here during that period tP
A '»u shtll never marry my
and helped to draw andiences. locate in the Redmond District laughter, air!" shout«! the old man
The baby was a pussy kitten and
Mr. Dobson has kept in close
Y uur threat* do lint frighten
w’as drawn by Miss Hutchins.
nti-w ereil tho iitipaaaioliod
touch with the railroads and nie.
“ I'll marry her or dio! I
land men and takes n very rosy
j C. W. Ashmore from over in view of the situation this fall, uve her, and when 1 loro no power
the Sisters country, was here feeling assured that this section on enrfh"—
“ lU tal“ a rice red th« father. *'I
He is selling off the j „ f the county will sw a stibstan am not propoaing to uae fore*.
' stock on onc of hlH. ranches pro- tia| settlement o f new com.-rs
Whnt I want to know n, how much
parator to leaving this part of the men who have means to buy <*aah will buy you off?”
state for atmut a year.«
"So tlmt’« your game?” sneered
lami and begin making immedi-
die voiith, who at once |tercet«rd
that he had the upper band. “ Well
R. H. Crozier,
—cr bow mm h tan you offer?"—
agent for the Oregon Trunk Ry.
New A nrk Journal.
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miti SI UH KOS
Office m R nirrit" ! & P han
R v d m n n d , On.
F. H. RODE K
P h y sicia n
a n d Surgeon
t.lawwa h f
(rttlrt in Khret lima. k*“
D r . J . BAR R
Jo h n ao n Building
R edm ond,
G. A. Melarla#
Praetlca In all court» sud U- ^
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The most desirable residence section in Redmond. 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