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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View This Issue
taining the death news of George 50 cents, and everyone is invit
Washington. The paper is near ed to go and have a good time.
ly worn out. but the reading is
Mrs. D. C. Hall of Hillman,
Walter Dyer addressed a Red still legible.
entertained the Rev. Wilson's
mond audience at the Commer
Miss Laura Jones has been family Saturday and Sunday.
cial Club Rooms Monday night.
elected to till the place of libra Rev Wilson will move to Red
He took for his subject "The
rian at the Redmond Public Li mond as soon as he can find a
Coming Social Revolution, or So
brary. vice Miss M. E. Simmons place to live.
Christian Science services at
Mr. and Mr. Jarrett went to
Richard Wilcox celebrated his
Mr. MacPherson’s Sunday Sept.
Cove for fruit Saturday and
birthday last Thursday by en
26, at 11 a. m. Subject for study.
tertaining some of his friends.
are cordially invited.
In the center of Melrose Park
Rev. Lilly and family were
to Redmond is located
Sunday night guests of Mrs.
Faultless Stump Pulling Ma
public Park within the
chines, the best made, at Ken
city limits, it covers five acres.
Dr. Coe of Bend, was a Red
dall & Chapman's.
mond visitor Saturday.
John W. Saxton who has a
J. C. Cockerhn, one of the own
nice farm five miles north of the
ers of the townsiteof Culver, was
Money invested in Lots in Mel city, will cut his third crop of
here Monday on business con rose Park NOW, will double in alfalfa this month. Two years
the next year.
nected with his town.
ago this place was nothing but
raw sage brush land.
Dr. and Mrs. Cline were Prine-
Take your prescriptions to the
Mixed whole spice for pick
Redmond Pharmacy where they ville visitors Monday.
Lynch & Roberts.
will receive prompt attention by
a registered pharmacist. lOtf
W. Quackenbush. who has a
ranch three miles south of
Kirk Whited, who grows fine
the city, has had extremely good
fruits and vegetables on his arrived
. . . here
. . . . Thursday
. . evening
ranch near Redmond, was in to J°,n h's fam''-v who have b? ?n luck this year growing potatoes.
town this week with a nice lot
here ab°ut two mo" ths- He has raised some fine Early
of pumpkins and garden products Mr- Brown 13 a former resident Rose and other varieties of tubers
Redmond and Vicinity
If you want to buy some nice
See Jones Land Company lunch goods go to "The Palace”
Offices in the Jones Land Com OWNERS (Not Agents) for easy where Snell & Green will fix you
pany’s new building on Sixth terms on lots in Melrose Park. out right.
R. K. Potter will give a social The patrons of the Redmond
Mrs. J. C. Williams of this
city, has in her possession a copy dance at the Redmond Hall Sat- Library will please notice that
of a New England paper con- urday night Sept. 24th. Tickets hereafter the library hours will
be from 2 to 5:30 Saturday after
Always want the BEST meat they can get
for their money, and that is just what we
propose to give the meat eaters o f Red
mond and vicinity.
At our new market
they will find the best of everything in the
meat line, and we are going to make it an
object for you to trade with us.
HILL & SYPHER
Proprietors of the
New Meat Market
Macpherson Building, South Sixth Street, Redmond
Buckley Drug Co
Fine Line of the Leading Brands of
TOBACCOS, CIGARS AND
Try a Sam Sloan or Spokesman 5c Cigar.
You will Like Them
The Best Postcard Views of the Redmond Country
Full line o f Stationery
Restaurant and Chop House
S. R. SNIDER, Proprietor
Recently Opened. Everything
N ew and First-Class
Regular Board and
Short Order Meals
Open From 5:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
Regular Table Board, $5.00 per Week.
Commutation Tickets at Reasonable Rates
Weber & Williams,
Soft D rinks
We carry the Finest Line of
All Kinds of Soft Drinks in the
Come in and see us when you
want anything in the above line
Watch for our ad. next week; we will say
something that will interest you.
A. H. Rhode and Guy Sears
were in the city last Saturday
from the Powell Butte district.
H. F. Jones and F. W. McCaf-
fery went to the county seat last
Friday on business.
‘Has Done Things
Glenn Cox is staying out at
the Greenhalgh ranch this week
helping put up hay.
For a limburger cheese sand
wich, summer sausage, bologna, Candidate for Republican
the best of sardines, or anything
Renomination to Con
else in the lunch goods line go to
gress Before Direct Pri
"The Palace," Snell & Green,
mary on Saturday, Sep
tember 24, 1910
Walter O’Neil, of the firm of
O’Neil Bros. Co., Shaniko, was
a business visitor here last week.
Part of record during 60th and
Mr. O’Neil was one of the early
settlers of Crook county and has 61 Congresses:
Made member of the great
followed the development of the
Ways and Means committee,
the ranking committee of
Saturday is primary election
the House of Representa
tives—first man from Oregon
Sheriff Elkins was over here
to achieve this honor.
Monday and Tuesday on business
Has secured appropriations
three fine public build
The Citizens Call, published by
ings for Oregon cities.
the Citizens Good Government
Has handled many hun
League, was issued at Redmond
dreds of private pension
claims of Oregon veterans
The Fats and Leans are daily
and their widows, acted on
practicing for their base ball con
by the Bureau of Pensions;
besides securing the passage
When you want fresh fruits
of numerous private bills and
that are fresh you can get them
supporting ALL legislation
at the Buckley Drug Co’s, store.
in favor of the "Old Sol
We bring in fresh fruit twice a
week. Prices reasonable. 9tf
The Second Oregon Dis
trict stood at or near the
Largest line of rockers and
head in the sums appropriat
dining chairs in Crook county
ed in the 1910 House bill for
at Woodruff’s Furniture and Gro
its rivers and harbors $1,-
Fresh German Dill pickles just
Has lived over twenty-six
Lynch & Roberts.
years in Eastern Oregon and
At the election of officers of knows the people and their needs
the Redmond Commercial Club thoroughly, and has had ten
last night H. F. Jones was elect years service in Congress which
ed president, and A. J. Haney, has given him a large and favor
able acquainanceship among the
members af Congress.
At the opening of the Red
makes it possible for him to se
mond school this week 74 pupils
cure the things which Oregon
were enrolled. Before the month
needs, which no new man could
is out it is expected the enroll
get for years to come.
ment will reach 100.
W. R. ELLIS
To Her Friends
Mrs. Z. T. McClay desires,
through The Spokesman, to thank
her many friends who remem
bered her on her 61st birthday,
and to assure them that she sin
cerely appreciates their kindness
in making her the acceptable
presents they did. She says that
Friday, September 16th, 1910
will always remain a pleasant
day in her memory.
Walter Dyer will lecture again
next Monday evening at 8 o’clock
at the Commercial Club room.
All who are interested in the live
issues of the day are invited to
attend. The ladies are espec
ially invited. Admission free.
market in Redmond, was in this
section this week looking after
stock for his market.
Lloyd Harader has re-rented
the Smith ranch for another
A. A. Green is hauling lumber
this week for Ben (¡otter of Red
J. A. Chase is building a new
addition to his farm residence.
Prof. J. A. Thompson went to
Redmond Monday to take charge
of the school there for the com
Tudor & McLaughlin’s Camp
No. 3 has moved to the Roby
Harry Hopewell and Ray
Craig, who have been visiting
with friends here for several
months, left last week for their
homes in Chicago via California.
Geo. Wheeler and wife visit
ed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Tudor at Camp One.
Jesse Vosburg of Cline Falls,
is at his 40 acre hay ranch here
taking care of the crop.
Harry Hill of the new meat
Frank lleimley has his new
Iwrn completed. This will t*» a
great convenience for the freight
ers coining through this section.
Mrs. Smith and daughter. Misa
1 jiu ra. who have recently proved
up on their ranch, left yesterday
for Lincoln, Neb.
At Prices You Can
Afford to Pay
1 am making a Reduction on every
thing in my large stock of Jewelry
and you will never again get a chance to
Buy as Cheap as Now
Come in and see how cheap I can sell
you a piece of GOOD JEWELRY or a
WATCH. My prices will appeal to
your pocket book.
J. C. WILLIAMS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Postoffice Bldg., Redmond, Ore.
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice is hereby given that
the partnership of Weber & Wil
liams was dissolved by mutual
consent on September 9th. All
firm bills will be settled by J. R.
Williams, private accounts by J.
J. A. W eber .
J. R. W illiams .
is headquarters for
WHY MAKE A CHANGE tin Woodruff’s
ware granite ware and
K. C. Hnnkel has moved to
the Black Butte country to take
charge of the L. E. Smith ranch.
Tudor's new camp No.
opened up this week on the right
of way east of Henry Hewing's
Opening of New
The Redmond Feed & Fuel Co. I
George W. Farris, manager,
opened for business this week in
their new building on Seventh
between D and E streets. The
company intends to carry every- j
thing in the feed, grain and seed
line, and also sell wood. Mr. i
Farris invites those who need \
anything in his line to call on him
Queen of the Northwest Resorts
Near the Mouth of the Columbia River, on Washington Coast
The Place to Spend Your
Twenty-five miles of Magnificent Beach
IiCvel, Com|>act and Snn>oth
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel, cottage,
tent and camp life. All the comforts of home and the
healthful invigorating recreation of the seaside surf bath
ing, fishing, clam digging, hcach bonfires, riding, racing,
hunting, strolls and drives through picturesque wooded
Reduced Rates from all Parts of Oregon and W ashington
OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION COMPANY
Reason Rate: From Portland Round Trip, $ 4.00
Three Day Saturday to Monday Rate,
Purchase tickets and make reservations at City Ticket
Beginners class in dancing at
. —.. iii ^ voii Sts., Portland,
i o n ianat or i inquire of any
,’d and Washington
Redmond Hall, every Thursday1
& . N.
aifi'nt elsewhere #—
for j information.
night at 8:30. No spectators.
R. K. Potter, Instructor.
WM. Me MURRAY.
List your property with J. J.
G k NEHAL P aiw ENOKR A'O.XT,
P ortland , O regon .