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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View This Issue
J O N E S L A N D CO., Prop rs.
Entirely Refurnished and Refitted
Headquarters for Tourists
and Traveling Men
Tables Supplied with the
Best the Market Affords
Always Ready to Cater to the Wants of the Public
“ THE PALACE”
Billiard and Pool
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S N E L L & G R E E N , Proprietors
Corner o f Seventh and E Sts.,
and SOFT DRINKS
Try a MONOGRAM 5 cent Cijrar. or an
A Q U IL A . 2 for 25 cents—they are good
goods and will certainly please you.
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
Baptist M issionary Circle
Holds All-day M eeting
The Rapt is t Missionary Circle
met with Mrs. Landes Thursday,
Dec. 8th, for an all day session.
The ladies made a comfort, after
which a business meeting was
held. This meeting was opened
with a scripture reading by Mrs.
Myers followed by prayer by
Mrs. Tinsley. It was voted to
make the organization more
widely felt in its influence and
to meet once each month. The
following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President
Mrs. Tinsley; vice president.
Miss Jones; secretary, Mrs. Lan
des; treasurer. Mrs. Muma. The
following committee was appoint
ed to visit Baptists and those
wishing to work with them:
Mrs. McCabe. Mrs. Benton, Mrs.
Gates. Miss Jones and
Linnelle. Ladies wishing to be
identified with the Baptist cause
will kindly report to any mem
ber o f this committee. or if re
ported by others will be cordially
P. L. S M IT H , Prop rietor
Nothing but the Best Goods,
and a square deal to all
D EALERS IN
W e carry the
Finest Line o f
A ll K inds o f S oft Drinks in the
Come in and see us when you
want anything in the above line
away from a meal o f victuals; it
TO INSTITUTE A
NEW ORDER HERE
The Fraternal Brotherhood of
Los Angels. Cal., by its deputy
H. F. IVSouza, will institute a
lodge here within the next two
or three weeks. Mr. DeSou/.a is
a citizen of Redmond, and already
has over two thirds o f the re
quired number for a charter, and
ho|M>s to have many more, by the
time lie is ready to institute the
The Fraternal Brotherhood is
sues a combination policy to its
members o f both accident and
life. It pays in four ways tem-
IKirary disability, total |H>miancnt
disability, old age, and at death.
The social features o f this or
dor are one o f the l*est in the
United States, and that is one
reason that the order has gained
such a large membership, com
bining us it diva, the accident,
death ami beneficiary bent fits.
The rates in this organization
are payable monthly and
reastyiable, members being as
sessed according to age and bene
This order, in line with other
beneficial order», bus ample
funds to meet alt obligations.
The Fraternal Brotherhood is an
organization well known in all
states west o f the Mississippi
River. The headquarters of the
organization is at Portland, and
Oregon jieople are joining this
order, recognizing that it is one of
the best fraternal orders, with
the benefits as specified a hove,
that has so far been instituted.
A sufficient number o f charter
members have been secured to
institute this lodge, and Mr.
PeSouza, the organizer, would
like to have all who are desirous
o f joining the
notify him o f their intention,
within the next ten days.
will drive a mule through a barb
ed wire fence; it will drive a
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herd o f cattle over a precipice; it
will drive a negro away from a
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chicken roo»t or a man to insanity
w ^ ° stays five minutes within
ten feet o f its unsavory presence,
And vet some m?n will sit up
s^uff and profess to
that will please the
recipient can be
W e have a varied
stock o f everything
in the Jewelry Line
to select from. See
our new line o f
Formed at Bend
For Sale one fine jersy heifer
The Bend Athletic Association
calf 4 weeks old. Apply Jones
is the name o f a new organization
recently organized at Bend. The Land Co.
charter membership roll contain
ed 45 members, and a number of
additional are expected to be
added to the list. The initiation
fee is $5 with $1 a month dues.
When you want
About $50 will be expended for
the best o f
equipment at the outset.
Eagle Brand Life-Time
something new in
Redmond. We have
a line o f these goods
that will please you.
Everything for ev
erybody in the Jew
C A N D IE S
A t the city election held at
Buckley Drug Co.
Shaniko last week 93 votes were
cast. This was 15 more vote.s
than were polled the year before.
The contest in the election was
Application for Liquor License.
between J. M. Reeder and J. M.
Doyle for marshal, the latter
I, George B. Brown, the under
winning by a majority o f 13.
signed, do hereby apply for a
license to sell spiritous, vinous
Miss Park visited Sunday and
and malt liquors at retail on the
Monday with Mrs. J. A. Norwood.
premises situated in the City of
Redmond, described as follows,
Mrs. Myers visited several
to-wit: In the building on lot 19
days last week with Mrs. Oakes.
block 45 o f the original plat of
the town o f Redmond. Said li
Christian Science services at
cense is asked for the year 1911.
Mr. MacPherson’s Sunday, Dec.
George B. Brown.
18, at 2:30.
Subject for study,
i “ Is the Universe,
Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?”
Let us do your nex\ order o f
Sunday School at 1:30. Those in
commercial job printing.
terested are cordially invited.
grade work and prices aatisfac-
Miss Emma Ricker is clerking lory- The Redmond Spokesman.
at Ehret Bros’, store, having re-
signed her position at the local
equipped to trade for juniper
poles. Pioneer Telephone & Tel-
Read The Spokesman.
egraph Co., Prineville, Or. 16tf
In Connection «¡Ih the Harness Simp
T. R. HERKNER
will look after
F. W. M cCAFFEKY S
Real Estate Business ut tho old stand
during Mr. McUaffery’s ubaence
Open Day and Night
The Place Where You
Get R IG H T S E R V IC E
Special attention given to suppers
for Automobile Parties
J. H. CR H U M A X .
P r o p rie to r
Livery, Sale and Feed
R. C. Immele has bought the
lumber yard o f Kenda & ( hap-
man o f this city, and will put in
a complete stock o f all kinds o f
lumber and building material.
Associated with Mr. Immele is a
contractor o f experience, and es-
timates will be furnished free
for all kinds o f buildings. Mr.
Immele is one o f the early set
tlers o f this section and has a
Mrs. Landes entertained the
wide circle o f business friends
Mission Circle o f the Baptist
Church last Thursday.
January meeting will meet with
A th letic Club
GEO. B. BROWN
The annuel meeting o f the
stockholders o f the Crook County
will k hold
the office o f the
Secretary-Treasurer on Dec. SOth
11*10, for the election ot a
Board o f Directors and the truns-
action o f such other business ns
may come before the meeting;
Dated this 30th day o f Nov.
1010 by order o f Hoard o f Di-
B. A. Kendall,
H. F. Jones,
Sec re t ary -Ttvusu re r.
Fifty dollars will lie paid for
imformation leuding to the ar-
rest and conviction o f anyone
illegally cutting juniper trees on
lands within the Pilot Butte,
Oregon Irrigation or Bonham
Juniper wood is a valuable
to these lands and
must be preserved for prospect
The Redmond Concert Band ive settlers who intend to file
will give a dance and supper on thereon.
Monday night, Dec. 28th in Eh-
The music for the CENTRAL OREGON IRRIGATION CO.
dance will be played by the full
band. The supper will be given
by the band. That is. the wives
o f the members o f tl,e band have
Christm as Cut Prices
arranged to serve a nice spread
in the Commercial Club Room at
Twenty-five |)er cent off on all
midnight. Tickets for dance and Center Tables and Fine Velour
supper will soon be on sale. The Couches.
first dance given by the band $12.00 Fine Velour Couches $ 9.00
was a marked social event, and 116.50
the second dance promises to $15.75
surpass the first one.
$1.75 Center Tables, $1.30
Owls Dance and
Tomorrow evening, Friday,
Bring this with you and get
Dec. 16th, the Brotherhood o f big bargains.
Owls o f this city. Nest No. 122,
J. W. Woodruff.
are to give the first o f their so
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cial dances and suppers at Eh-
W ill Eat It
ret’ s hall.
tions have been made by the or
Limburger cheese laid away in
der to make this initial number
and refrigerators will
an event. The dance and sup
per is free, and all are invited to drive ants away. No doubt o f
attend. Music for the dancing it. It will drive a hog out o f a
will be furnished by the Red tan-yard; it will drive.a spike in
mond Concert Band.
a brick; it will drive a tramp
N ew Lumber Yard
“ The Pastime”
Stockholders M eeting
J. C. WILLIAMS
First-class Rigs ami Teams, with or with
out drivers, for trips to
points in the
Deschutes Valley at reasonable prices.
Hay. Grain and Slabl«« Room
Bring your stock here for sale or trade. We
have plenty of accommodations.
Headquarters for Freighters
CARL WOODS, Prop.
Gor. 5th and E Sts.,
R E D M O N D , ORE.
JA M E S F IN N , Propr.
Come in and sec us— we w ill
satisfy the inner man.
Separate Tables Reserved for Ladies
ONE DOOR SOUTH HOTEL OREGON
If You Want Good
Pictures or Views
B e Sure to Have Them Taken by
Money invested in Lots in Mel
rose Park NOW, will double in
the next year.
A gentle driving horse, and
colt. Single or double or saddle.
J. A. Fallgatter
R ED M O N D , ORB.
^ nfl'dre at Spokesman office. 21 tf
0 ne nearly new buggy and
harness, and oat hay
& Anderson farm, one mile west'
o f f R ^m ond on Cline Falls
Scenic and View Photographer.
All order» given prompt and careful attention.
tmn guaranteed in every instance.