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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View This Issue
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State Bank of Redmond
I T IS recording yonr history and telling
* u truthful story of your success in this
new country to do u banking business from
Open an account with us upon your arrival in
Redmond atid receive one of our neat little
hunk hook*. The check system is suited to
all kinds of business, and will assist you in
holding onto the dnllurs.
We have ample safe und vault room for the
safe keeping of your commercial papers, and
invite you to open an account with us.
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Et>w. J ohnson , Pres.
C. N. Eimirr, Vice Pres,
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G. L. K hi . kks , Cashier.
C. E. N ikihkn , Asst, (’ash’r
REDMOND — CITY
President* W. G. Walksr.
.Secretary- K. K. Tichenor.
M edina nitchta First and Tldnl W« m 1-
nt-tday i-ach month.
P R ESC R IP TIO N
Mt-thodiat-Services ?A and 4th Sun
day* of each month at II a m Union
Suiwiay School at 10 a. m. every Sun
day. Christian Kndeavur 7 o'clock ev
ery Sunday evening Rev. K. S. Fox,
| Presbyterian Service.! 1st and 3d
Sunday of each month. Rev. G. A. M.
Christian Science — Service* every
Sunday at 11 a. m.
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D R U G G ISTS
We have lately added a Drug Department to our store, and put in a new and complete
stock of Drugs and Medicines. This department will be in charge of an experienced
Pharmacist who will see that all
CHURCH DIRECTORY •
Redmond and Vicinity
The Redmond Pharmacy
M syor-F. M. Whit«.
Councilm«*» - J. F. Hmrh, Frank W.
McCalT«ry, M. K Lynch, II. F. Jon««,
G. W. Welle, Guy K. Itolsesi.
H«o..r.l.-. W Wrlker.
Treasurer- Carl N<-il«m.
City Attorney -J . A. Wilcox.
Mamhal - K. B. Mill«.
i oiiiml iue<-U iM-urui and fourth
Tuesday of each month.
PRESCRIPTIONS ARE CAREFULLY
AND ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED
We will also carry a full Line of Drutp's ts’ Sundries, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Etc.
High Grade Cutlery
Office and School Supplies
NORWOOD & MENDENHALL
The Harry’ Key property on mond this week for their former j come out here from New York
south Sixth street wan recently home at Bremerton, Wn. Mr. and Massachusetts to remain for
sold for $l .r)0 0 to an outside buyer , Weston was formerly engaged in I some time. Mr. and Mrs. (juack-
, the meat market business here. ! enbush are well pleased with this
In order to reduce my Jewelry Stork and
Mrs. H. F. Tingslcy left last
! place and will try to induce
week for a visit to her old home J. W. Woodruff, wife and their relatives to locate in this
move it off faut I am offering the following
daughter left last Friday for a ; section.
money-saving bargain prices:
Large stock of bale ties at trip over the mountains to Eu The electric wire woven raw -
w here the daughter will en
Gold Chain Watch Fob* G O , tfO Ufi
Kendall & Chapman’s.
whips are guaranteed not to
worth ft.OH. for
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ter the State University to com hide
and are sold exclusively
Other Fob« in proportion.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I.awson
Harness and Sad
Scarf and l ink Sot*, a Inrg«* numi or “7I*r*
who have a nice farm 1 mil«*«
of dnjgni) worth $1 00, for
southwest of Redmond, came ov Take your prescriptions to the
Rite Ktsluction in Hat Pins. Bracelet*, (-ol
er last week from the John Day Redmond Pharmacy where they We cater to the wants of our
iar Pins and Tie Pin«.
country to look after the same. will receive prompt attention by patrons and make it our aim to
Reduction on L*Jg«* Pins. Emblems, Rings
a registered pharmacist. IOtf give them the best in the house.
and ( 'harms.
If you want to play a game of
The new set of han«i instru
Wood Wanted—The Redmond billiards or pool drop into our
10 percent. Reduction on all High Tirade Watches ments
for the Redmond Concert Spokesman
wants to contract for place “The Palace" Snell &
Band are expected to arrive here
Apply at this Green, proprietors.
j. c. WILLIAMS
Full line of school books and
Geese have begun to fly south.
school supplies at Norwood & H. F. Jones and J. K. Mac- Several
were heard pass
lOtf pherson made a business trip to ing over flocks
Prineville last Friday.
Judge Wilcox, F. I. Phoenix
J. K. MacPherson return
and Dryden Runnels were over Let us do your next order of ed Mrs.
to Prineville last week attending commercial job printing. High to California. night from her trip
to some business they had before grade work and prices satisfac I .
tory. The Redmond Spokesman. Mis3 M. E. ----------
the county court.
Simmons and Miss
city, expect to
School in K«*dmond opens next A traveling sign painter was leave next week for Los Angeles
Monday with Prof. J. A. Thomp here last week and painted a large where they will pass the winter.
son in charge, assisted by Mrs. number of signs on different
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C. Hopley and Mrs. C. I). Jarrett. business houses.
Z. Taliaferro informs The
that he has gone out
SNELL & GREEN, Proprietors
Our line of school tablets and List your property with J. J. of the real estate business.
stationery is full and complete Eliinger.
Corner of Seventh and E St«..
and prices reasonable. Norwood Snell & Green’s “Bessie Green" The street sprinkler has gone
iOtf mare won a 300 yard dash race out of business.
the track here last Thursday Old type makes the best bab
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Colegrove, at from
an Idaho horse.
who have been living in Red-
bitt metal. This office has a
nffind for several months, expect The M. E. Ladies Aid was en lot of old type for this purpose.
to leave soon for the southern tertained last Wednesday by Mrs.
Try a MONOGRAM 5 cent Cigar, or nn
part of the state.
Good bright boy wanted at The
AQUILA. 2 for 25 cents they are good
George Ferris. The next meet Spokesman
goods and will certainly please you.
office to learn the
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Tichenor residence of Mrs. John Tuck. At
plan to make a trip to Portland this
plans will be out Mrs. Taylor, who has been
about the 20th. While there lined meeting
Social visiting in Hillman, returned to
Mrs. Tichenor will buy her win and Handkercief Halloween
her home in Portland last Friday
ter stock of millinery for her
Go to the Redmond Pharmacy
local views of the Redmond Settle It N ow
Faultless Stump Pulling Ma country,
chines. the best made, at Ken magazines. and for your books IOtf and
Settle It Right
dall & Chapman's.
Miss Lucile Redmond recently For constitutional am endm ent
THEO. R. HERKNER A man was here looking for a donated
53 new books to the Red giving to cities and towns
IValer in anti
location to start a bakery. He mond Public
They w’ere exclusive power to Ucense,
was favorably impressed with all good works, Library.
them by regulate, control, suppress,
Redmond as being a good point Dumas.
or prohibit the sale of intox
for his business.
icating liquors w ithin the
Farm lands and city property municipality.
Manila binding twine at Ken for sale by J. J. Eliinger.
32« X Yes
dall & Chapman's.
Whi|w, Robes, Blankets, Etc.
Several relatives of Mr. and
Repairing promptly done
Florin Weston and family have j Mrs. Walter Quackenbush who 40,000 OREGON CITIZENS
South Sixth St. REDMOND, ORE. made preparations to leave Rod-1 live near here, are expected to Paid advt
Billiard and Pool
and SOFT DRINKS
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
H and arness
Books and Stationery
Fine Line of Confectionery
Phonographs and Records
Kodaks and Photo Supplies
Lynch & Roberts
Canned Sweet Potatoes................. 25c
Canned Peaches, b e st...............25c
Canned Apricots, best ...............25c
Canned Bartlett Pears, best ___25c
New Potatoes.............market price
Dry Onions.............. market price
A GENERAL LINE OF STAPLES
NEW LINE OF GLOVES
Large Gauntlet Buckskin... $2.25
Large Gauntlet Horsehide . _... 2.00
Genuine Mule Skin ............ ... .75
Canvas Gloves.............. ... .10
Dressed Kid Gloves
Undressed Kid Gloves
Silk Lined Kid Gloves . . ... 2.00
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
General Merchandise and Drug's
Country Produce Bought and Sold
F. M. WHITE, Prop’r.
Headquarters for Tourists
and Traveling Men
Tables Supplied with the
Best the Market Affords
Always Ready to Cater to the Wants of the Public
E L L I N G E R ’S A D D I T I O N
ELLINGER’S ADDITION is sure to be the VERY CHOICEST RE8IDENC8 PORTION of REDMOND
If you buy lots in Eliinger* s Addition you will always congratulate yourself. You will be surrounded by beautiful homes.
Reasonable building restrictions will protect the beauty, quiet and cleanliness of your home. This addition is only three
blocks from the new bank on Sixth St. Lots are long and wide, with plenty of room for gardens and lawns, and a perpet
ual water right is appurtenant. Think of all these many advantages over any other portion of the City of Redmond.
Nothing else can compare with it. Terms and prices that will suit you. Select your lots now and get choice of location. We
will have a new county soon. Redmond will be the County Scat, and then a lot in Eliinger* s Addition will be a valuable asset.
Let us Show you this Property—You will Like It.
J. J. ELLINGE a R,
E xclusive Selling Agent,
RED M O ND f OREGON