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The Redmond Spokesman
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KKDMOND. CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1910
G. Meithe, .'1.
Epworth leagu e
Hen Cotter, 8.
Carl Eh ret, 2.
The 3d semi-annual Convention
Jos. H. Jackson, 1.
the Central Oregon (sub-dis
J. K. Mucpherson. 1.
Epworth I>.*ague held con
Messrs. White, Lynch, Hunch
with the Christian En
McCaffery, Wells und Hulfinun
having received the highest num
Sunday November 26th and 27th,
her o f votes were declared notni
1910, at Redmond, Oregon, a
nees o f the meeting for ulder
special song service has been
Big Mass Meet On the nomination for city re Cleaning Up Made prepared for Sunday as follows: Redmond to Have
Morning, Service at 11 a. m.
in R e d m o n d
corder there were three candi
ing Held Mon
by the Congregation.
j dates nominated Wm. G. Phoe
, nix, J. A. Wilcox und Joseph H
We have received our line o f
Jackson. The count of the vote
was us follows:
Overcoats for this season’s
Reading o f Scripture.
Wm. G. Phoenix, 62.
wear, and they are the finest
Duet, My Soul is so Happy in FIVE MILL TAX ON
THE CITY MARSHAL
J. A. Wilcox, 8.
line o f goods ever shown in
Jos. H. Jackson, 9.
DOLLAR IS LEVIED
Evening, Service at 7 :30
F. E Mills, \1 S HiiHton and
We have priced
J. P. Doherty were nominated
these goods very moderately.
for city marshal.
The vote was
Twenty-four Hour’s Time
Four Additional Rooms Will
H. F. Jone« IleadH Ticket us follows:
Scripture reading. New Test
F. E. Mills, 48.
Given for Them
Be Added to School
— l'hoenix and Milla
M. S. Huston, 15.
Bui l di ng
J. I*. Doherty, 7,
sus, by the Choir.
The race for city treasurer
Scripture reading, Old Test
was between 0. E. Neilsen, 41.
G. M. Slocum, 22.
Guy. E. Dobson, 1.
Anthem, Not a Sparrow Kall-
Undesirables from different
At the special school election
At the mass meeting held at
cities and towns in Crook county eth, by the Choir.
held here the 19 th the question
the Commercial Club Room Mon-
who recently came to Redmond,
o f issuing $5000 o f school bonds
da> night for the purpose o f put Why The Deal
Solo, A Bird With a Broken was carried by a vote o f 24 to 1.
thinking to prey upon the public,
ting in nomination a full net of Fell Through
The same vote obtained for es
city officer* to be voted for De-
He didn't know the exact acre received their walking papers in Pinion.
tablishing a high school here and
earuber 6th, the citizens turned age. for no survey had ever been short order last week from City
to levy a five mill on the dollar
out in force.
dy at Madras Tuesday, wher< he
Ever since railroad construct Decorated
tax for general school purposes. in the Redmond Pharmacy, this
The meeting was called to or
The land had never lieen ab-
was arrested. Kennedy conf-ss-
As soon as the bonds are dis
der by President II. K. Jones of s true ted; but old Hill Jones, an ion began in this section there
Ehert Bros’, show windows in
to the holdup and implicated
the Commercial Club, who stat honest man, had sold him the has been a large floating popula their new brick store present an posed o f it is the intention of the
men in Redmond, who w r e
ed the object of the meeting. property, so he thought the title tion in Redmond, hut the city attractive appearance this week. school directors to build on an
and are being held for
was fret* from crime and distur
addtion o f four rooms to the pres
The first nomination was for was good.
In the north window is a Thanks
mnvor, and H. F. Jones was
Come to find out his deed was bance until last week. Two hold- giving decoration, the work of ent school building to take care
line o f confectionery, news and
Dominated by acclamation.
not on record; he would file it at u j m occured here within 2 days J. I*. Doherty, and Elmer Cov o f the different grades. This
He will also use Sold His Grocery and
Fifteen names were put up for once. The patent he had never 8nd Marshal Mills thought it was ert. This window has attracted will give the school six rooms
his place as office for the Cornett Hardware Stock
nomination for aldermen, six to seen, but would look that up too. the proper time to call a halt on the attention o f passers by who with ample accomodation for all.
Recently the 9th and 10th Stage & Stable Co., o f which he
This week J. W. Woodruff
There was an old mortgage the the strong arm gentry, tin horn , have stopped to see the big tur
Following is the
is Redmond agent.
his grocery stock to Ehret
clerk found “ unsatisfied", yet it
key in the coop, labeled “ Alone.
Iuwt Friday he gave the above
o f study here, and under the di
and Lynch & Roberts, and
F. M. White, 60.
surely had been paid.
E)ut not Forgotten." The south
Hold-up Man Is
his hardware stock to Kendall &
M. A. Lynch, 67.
The buyer wanted the farm if class. 24 hours in which to leave windows have been dressed with rection o f Prof. Thompson, the
principal, the Redmond school is Arrested
Mr. Woodruff will
J. F. Hoach. 58.
the title was good, hut being Redmond - and they le ft
a dry goods display that would
Geo. F. Scott o f Sisters, made retain the furniture business and
Frank McCutfory, 67.
from Missouri he hail to be shown.
do credit to any city. This was
that as long ns he was Marshal
complaint that he was held up in enlarge the same so as to carry
I* (I. W. Wells. 4‘J.
S<> the deal fell through.
also the handiwork o f Mr. Doh- none in the county.
Redmond last Friday night and the best stock in Crook county.
liC . M. Huffman, 10.
Moral: Get an abstract and l>e
o f money and checks. He He intends to buy a fine hearse
■ G. M. Slocum . 27.
man by the name of as soon as the railroads reach
• Guy E. Dobson, 8.
Crook County Abstract Co. (Inc.)
R. C. Immele has moved from
Powell Buttes was well repre
one of his assailants. here, and add to his undertaking
J. A. Norwood. 7.
sented at the Hand Dance Wed his ranch to his new home in
] partnership with J. A. Norwood Redmond officers located Kenne business.
(We photograph the records.) nesday night.
■ C . F. Anderson, 4.
R u b b er G oods
We Have a Complete Line of Rubber Goods
E. L. RAPP
“ The Head to Foot Clothier.”
OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE
The Largest and Most Complete Department
Store in Central Oregon
The people of Redmond and surrounding territory
are invited to attend the opening of our store in our
new brick building, corner of 6th and C streets, on
Saturday, November 26th
W e will keep open house all day, and invite you to
come and see us.
Souvenirs will be given to every
In the evening we will keep open
until 10 o’clock. Music will be furnished from 8 to
10 by the Redmond Concert Band.
Ehret Bros., Redmond, Ore.