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THE REDMOND SPOKESMAN
S E C T I O N T WO
VOL. I. No. 12
R E Y
l IN F
The moat wonderful value» ever offered in W O M E N ’S, M ISSES’ and
C H IL D R E N 'S » K i l l (¡H A D E W E A R IN G A P P A R E L at P O P U L A R
PR ICES. An opportunity to make your »election from the complete
variety of the Seanon’» mo»t favored atyle» a » »liown only by CIIAS. A.
S T E V E N S & BROS., Chicago.
CUSTOM T A IL O R E D SUITS made to «pedal order arcortliriK to your individual mosiH-
urementa from your own choice of materials ami style». PERFECT FIT and SATIS-
FA C TIO N ASSURED.
Ready-to-wear Suita, $10.00 and up.
Oaita. $7.50 and up.
DrcwM*», $1.1.50 and up.
Skirt». $5.00 and up.
Fur», WaiHtM. Petticoat». Sweaters, Muslin Underwear. Kimono«. Knit Underwear,
Hosiery, l>>rset«. Neckwear, etc., also Misses' Suits and Skirt*, awl Children’s Dress
es at corre«|»ontlimrly low price«. The styles are most beautiful and are such as are
shown only in the larjfo cities.
PLE A S E
B E A U TIF U L
P LA T E S
I rhrerfutly offer you any ■•Mutane. I ran render you In making your selections, takini mcaaure-
id pay for
m a« ta. a i i k i g altarattn— and delivering tin" gissi» to you at tlir itami- low I>rim you would
Ihr Ham." gissi* in their atom or ordere«! through llirtr catalogue
M R S . M • /. WILLIAMS,
Samples of these Suits ran be seen at the Redmond Hotel Parlor Thursday, Friday and Saturday Weekly
Large Line of
We have lately received a large stock of the
above goods, all sizes, and when you want any
thing in this line call on us and let us fill your
order. We can satisfy you.
Everything in Hardware
Kendall & Chapman. Redmond, Ore
Put Your Crops in the Bank
Summer time is the farmer’ « work time.
jratheriiiK in what mu«t keep him the whole year
$1.50 PER Y E A R
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, TH U R SD A Y. SEPTEM BER 29, 1910
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office on North Sixth S t
In order to tide him over the winter
and spring, what he take«in now. must be stored
Where can he «tore it better than in our bank?
Not only is your money safe with us. but by keep
ing an account, you get acquainted with business
principles and business men.
Try it and see. We
are always glad to see you at this bank.
lowegon Real Estate
A g e n c y
On (he Ground Floor
LANDS, LOTS. HOMESTEADS
H O V A UK D L A L
Writ«- for literature.
T H E
Redmond Bank of Commerce
A N D . ..
REDMOND FEED & FUEL CO. Transfer Line
GEORGE W. FARRIS. Manager
Ground and Chopped
Feed, Seeds, Hay
All Orders Given Prom pt
and W O O D
T o ll o r G a s h G rin d in g
1th SI. bet. D and E Sts. REDMOND, ORE.
W . W . CAIIGHEY,
I^ a v e order* at Buckley Broa.
cessive charge and the matter
will be brought to the attention
o f the Railroad Commission if
The Presbyterian church in the charge is not settled satisfac
vites their friends to their new torily by the express company.
(temporary) home at Kendall &
Why the Band
construction o f their new house
¡o f worship the First Presbyter
The reason the Redmond Con
ian Church o f Redmond respect
fully invites their members and cert Band did not play last Sun
friends to be present next Sun day as advertised was on account
day, October 2d, at the organiza o f three o f the principal players
tion o f the Sunday School, 10 to being out o f the city.
11a. m. The morning worship, will soon be in condition to play
11 to 12 m. Evening service. out door concerts. The members
Union Christian Endeavor So are getting right down to hard
ciety, 7:15 to 8:15.
Evening practice and it will not be long
preaching services following. All before they are furnishing ac
R e g is tr a tio n S h o w s
D e c id ed C h a n g e s
Mrs. Robert Smith arrived
home Sunday after an extended
Prineville Journal: There are
visit in the east
1800 voters registered for the
Hardy Allan gave a dance Sat
primaries, against a total o f 1707
urday evening at the Sisters Hall
at the primary election two years
There was a good attendance
ago, 1788 at the general election
and all reported a good time.
the same year and 1827 at the
Lee Zumwalt furnished the mu
presidential election o f that year.
O f the total there are 1115 re
Frank Elkins carried this pre
publicans, 509 democrats, 83
cinct for the nomination for
socialists, 82 independent and 9
! prohibitionists. Compared with
Lee Zumwalt was over from
the primary election in 1908. the
[ Redmond Saturday.
republican party has gained 72
Frank Gidford went out to
votes, the democratic party has
Shaniko last week to meet his
lost 27, socialists have gained 22
and the prohibitionists lost 10.
John Dennis took Mrs. Blod
gett and her sister over to Mc
Cottswold Sheep That
Kenzie bridge last week.
Roberts Bros, are turning out
W eighs Heavy
about 12000 feet o f lumber a day
Although this is not a sheep
and intend to put on a night
country still there are some good
sheep raised here. F. H. Woods
John Dennis was over to Red
living two miles north o f the
mond last week to lease the Slo
city, has a registered Cottswold
cum ranch also to attend to some
that weighs 265 pounds, and has
business concerning the Sisters
four other sheep that their ag
gregate weight is 915 pounds.
J. A. Fallgatter took a photo
graph o f the 265 pound sheep
family from the up river country,
stopped here last Saturday night.
They were on their way to Sa
lem where Mrs. Vandervent will
The Wenandy-Bunten line o f remain for the next year whi'e
automobiles running between her children attend the Willam
Bend and Shaniko has been ette University.
She will send
bought by the Cornett Stage & six o f her children to school.
The sale includes Mr. Vandervent will remain on
two seven-passenger cars, two his fine ranch and care for it
five-passengwr cars, two garages, while his family is at Salem.
one at Shaniko and one at Bend,
Miss Nellie Scoggin went to
and the good will and business Bend last Thursday and made
of the company.
proof on her homestead before
Henry Shoemaker o f Gist, was
in Bend on business last Thurs
Prof. J. A. Thompson, princi
J. J. West, better known as
pal o f the Redmond school, re “ Dad” West, was out in thissec-
cently returned from an overland j tion on business last week. Mr.
trip to Tygh Valley where he West ran sheep all over this
went for fruit.
He said prunes country long before there were
were selling there for half a cent any settlers this side o f the Des
; a pound and that quantities o f chutes.
! all kinds o f fruit was going to
New Line of Business
Opened in Redmond
Mrs. M. I. Williams o f this
city, has the agency for selling
Chas. Stevens & Bros, o f Chica
go, ladies' and misses’ goods in
She invites the la
dies to call and see samples and
stylos o f these goods at the Ho
tel Redmond parlor Thursday.
Friday and Saturday o f each
week. Read her advertisement
in this issue for further particu
Band Held Up On
The Redmond Concert Band
was compelled to pay $4 return
charges to the express company
at Shaniko for the return o f $100
to Elkhart, Ind.
This is an ex-
Net W hat He Espoctcd.
A doctor In a Voranbir«? village lately
gave up hi* lion*« and «1 1 a succeeded
In It by a veterinary surgeon. Before
he bad ht-ru uianjr weeks In hie new
home the "vet” was awakened In the
early hour* of a rather bleak spring
Opening the window, tie
beard a voice call out o f the darkne*#;
“Can you come with tue at once,
mister? »h e 's rery bad "
Tin» surgeon dressed and found ■
trap walling to lake him to a farm
two o r three tulles away from the Til
lage. On the way he asked a few
questions about the case he was to at
"I'm afraid tbere'a very little hope
for her." »aid the farmer. "S h e a been
ailing now. you *ee. for ten yeara. aud
(he's getting pretty old a* well.”
Annoyed at being railed out at aurli
au hour to see au obviously not very
valuable animal, the veterinary sur
geon exclaimed. "W h y ou earth dou'l
you shoot her Y”
"W h a t!”
"Shoot my mother”’
Then the “ vet" understood that It waa
the previous teuaut who waa wanted.
—London Ttt- Bit*.
Work Day on a Mississippi Plantation.
The day begins on a plantation wrbea
It la yet night. The big bell ring» lie-
tween -1 and 5 o'clock for the "batnl*"
to go to the Helds. Mammy «iurta tier
■mall aable assistants around at the
"big house" with early cotter about *t
Without this tiny cup of cafe oolr
your true creole get* up on the wrong
aide of the lied
He ha* no appetite
for breakfast after a ride through the
field* and alili lees for bis generous
noonday dinner. Supper la served at
night, and the dlshea are typically
southern—the corn »n d batter bread*,
fried vhlckena and waffle« and fig pre
serve*. with "alllabuh.” that moon
beam mixture that makes modern Lee
■ nd confections heavy by comparison,
IJfe on a plantation is
not dull. There are vl*ll* to town and
a constant stream o f rbdtors from
town. There are “ro gar house" per
tica and hog killing*. Obriatma* doing*
and Thanksgiving dinner*, to «ay noth
ing of house panic* and hunts— Mem
phis Commercial Appeal.
A peculiar feature I d the herring
trade U that an exceptionally largo
catch during one aeaaoti ha* no eff*»"t
whatever upon the next year’s «opply:
also, large a » I* m an'« eonromptlnn o f
herring«, naturalist* *ay the number
killed by fishermen Is quite Insignifi
cant ns compared with the quantity
destroyed every year by sharks, por
poise*. cod. dogfish, ling and other fish,
each of which must have It» dally
meal of from one to two »core her
ring*. to »ay nothing of the sen bird*,
wblcb practically live on »nrface feed
ing fishes. H erring* are not at all h
modern article o f d iet
A vast com
merce In them waa carried on In north
ern Europe all through the dark and
middle age*. The herring'* chief food
consist* o f mluute organisms, which It.
■trains from the water by Ita gill*, but
II also eat* worm* and at certain *en-
aous It* own young, »prats autl sand
Rule of tha Corset.
I f Cleopatra wore corsets she may
rank as a royal champion of them with
Catherine d «' Medici, who Is credited
with baring Introduced tbe busked cor
set In France from Italv. Male mon
arch* have t>eeo less friendly. Joneph
II. o f Austria tried to discourage the
corset by making It part o f tbe cow-
tume of a convicted woman o f had
character. Napoleon, shaking his head
over the tight lacing o f bis day. told
Pr. Corvlsart that be saw In It a sign
of frlrolons tastes and a menace o f
T be restoration
king*. Ix>ttls XV I I I and Charles X ,
were equally hostile
the latter. France had lieen full o f
Venu»e*. Plnnas and Nlobes. but now
titer* were only wnspe. The revolu
tion alone temporarily put down the
garment that ha* triumphantly defied
W. L. Perry and sons Lyle
and Aubrey, left last week for
An amusing Incident occurred wh*
an outing up in the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopley o f Red the house of lords was In commlttt
on the reform bill o f ISR7. The d e l
mond. visited Sunday at the of the house Intimated that an ament
ment had been handed In. tbe wrltln
home o f Chad Irvin.
George Wheeler is up and of Whlcb was so Illegible that he wi
unable to say what It waa about t
around again after being on the who had written It. It was then dl
sick list for a few days.
covered that Lord Lyttleton waa it
Mrs. John Washington, Mrs. author, and It turned out to be a pr
posal disfranchising all persona w I
Hensley and Mrs. Wheeler wrere could uot write.—Westminster lis t e d
guests o f Mrs. Greenhalgh Sun
Out of Place.
A «entry, an Irishman, w as on
Mrs. Tudor and children from duty for the first time at night, w
Camp 1, spent Friday with Mrs. the officer of the day approached,
called. "W h o comes there7”
J. A. Chase.
"Officer of tbe day,” waa the repl
Mrs. J. A. Chase gave a birth-1 •Then what are yea dolo' out
day dinner Friday evening in nlgbtT" asked tbe sentry. — Loo
honor o f Miss Theresa Lunnel. Telegraph.
A. A. Green made a trip to
“Tour chauffeur seems very rear
Prineville Monday. He took ov
ful." said the guest.
er a load o f red juniper wood.
•That air of deferential sollclto
replied Mr. Cbugglne. "la not rear
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