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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1911)
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REDMOND CITY OPFICIAL8 out hishesiness interests prepara
M ayor-II. P. June«.
Couiirilni.n J. K. If<*ch, Prank W,
MrC.fTiTy, M. K. Lynch, P. M. Whit*,
• I. W. Wi'lln,
Iti'roriirr Win. 0 . I'hordlx.
Tr«n.ur«r («. M, Hlo<*um.
City A H d M f J . A Wiliox.
Maralial K. K. Mill*.
Council mi-ulM M-rotwl and fourth
Tucmlay of rach month.
JO N K H
C O ., P r o p r s .
tory to returning here in about 2
months to make Redmond his
permanent home. Mr. Rodman
will build a costly residence on
his pro(>erty in Ellinger’s Addi
From now on we intend to con
duct the Is'st cafe in Redmond
The Banquet, Geo. L. Wheeler,
W e are pleased
I'rcawh'iit II. K. J»>■«•».
Svcr.tary A. J. Hanuy.
The mapagernent o f the skat
Meeting night« Firat ami Third Wwl-
iifaday each month.
ing rink here intends to make a
Entirely Refurnished and Refitted
number o f improvements in that
place of amusement in the course
Mfthodl.t Service« 2<l ami 4th Sun-
f the next few weeks.
■laya o f each month at 11 a. m.
Headquarters for Tourists
and Traveling Men
Sunday School at 10 a. m. every Sun
day. Chriatian Endeavor 7 o ’clork ev
Plate your orders
ery Sunday «veiling.
W. L Wilaon, zines with J.
Prompt delivery assured. 28tf
Pre«bytrrian — Service« lnt ami .'Id
Sunday o f each month. Rev. (5. A. M.
Wm. Hobbs now has his bak
I.illry, pan tor.
Service* every ery in running order and is turn
Sunday at ¿
‘ .'Ml p. rn.
ing out bread and all kinds of
Tables Supplied with the
Best the Market Affords
His place is lo
cated on south 6th street two
doors north of The Spokesman
Meet, wury Friday night in Khret
to announce to our patrons
that we have taken these STEPS FORWARD.
NOW that we have inaugurated this FREE DELIV
ERY it will give our PATRONS the same service as
they would receive in the cities, and will make your
grocery buying much easier than heretofore.
PHONE US your orders and same will be carefully taken
care of and DELIVERED at your DOOR in due time.
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 122 bakery goods.
VUIting mi-mber« invite«! to
P. K. M uxs, Executive '
w D avis »« S«e.
Always Ready to Cater to the Wants of the Public
Crook County Abstract Co.
Up-to-date set o f AlMtrart [tooka.
All work guaranteed. We photograph
U. P. Wilde, «rcretary,
Redmond and Vicinity
List your property with Ellin-
ger & Ehlers.
“ OfT agin, on agin, Flinnigan-
Flannigan" about typifies the
way the mails arrive in Redmond
since The Spokesman published
the story o f the mail “ catching
up” witn itself a week or two
The bread baked at the Home
Bakery and Restaurant always
Redmond is a rattling good
gives the best o f satisfaction. 27tf
show town. The Beagle family
played several nights this week
Christian Science services at
and had good houses each night.
Mr. Macpherson’s Sunday, Jan.
29, at 2.110.
Subject for study,
!)r. Grandy uses painless meth
“ Love’ ’
ods in his dentistry work. Office
Sunday School at 1:30. Those in
upstairs in Redmond Hotel An
terested are cordially invited.
When you buy meat you
always want the best you
can get, and when you
buy at our market pur
chasers are assured of
getting the best.
We would like to have
you try our bologna.
J. C. Williams o f this city,
last Saturday received the sad
news that his father, J. M. Wil
liams half dic'd at Hutchinson,
Minn., on the 11th o f this month.
Mr. Williams was 79 yearB old at
the time o f his death.
Fine line o f leather goods,
such as hand hags, purses, bill
hooks, etc., at Norwood's. 28tf
The Presbyterian congregation
of this city now meets for wor
ship and holds Sunday School in
Ehret’s hall instead o f over
Kendall & Chopman’s as form
For a limburger cheese sand-
wich, summer sausage, bologna,
the best o f sardines, or anything
in the lunch goods line go to
‘ The V a iace,” Snell & Green,
OUR GROCERY DEPARTM ENT
has recently been substantially increased, and we are in a
position to make close prices on quantities of supplies.
OUR AB IL ITY for supplying the best quality needs no
OUR motto has always been, KEEP UP
THE Q U ALITY.
Spanish Stuffed Olives,
2 lb. cans Pure Fruit Jam, per can,
2 for 25c
Genuine Maple Syrup,
Brown Sugar, best grade, 13 lbs for 1.00
Royal Club Canned Goods, etc.
We close at 6:30
Lynch & Roberts
Miethe won the first prize and
Mrs. Loukerbeek the consolation
prize. Refreshments were ser
ved. and a general good time e n -;
joyed by all.
The show hand that played on
the street last Saturday after
Joe McClay is F. M. White’s
0. C. Young, one o f Culver;
noon drew a large audience. For right hand man now at his I jow I-
was in Redmond Tues
a liand o f five pieces they played ing alley and billiard and pool
way to Cline Falls.
H ill &
South 6th St., Redmond
A complete and satisfactory stock
in the above line. We can please you
Ellinger& Ehlers for insurance
Improved farm for rent or|
Those who eat at the Home
Bakery and Restaurant get the sale. Two miles from Redmond.
E. C. Park.
Eh ret Bros, last week installed' best of service and food at reason
some modem shelving and back able prices.
The Spokesman is now in a
counters in their department
The Reduction Sale at Mrs. J. position to do all kinds o f poster
store. With the new equipment
the business -of the concern is W. Wright's store at Cline Falls printing, from the smallest hand
as advertised in last week’s and bill to the largest sheet poster.
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this week’s issue, will continue New type ami improved methods
Fine line o f fresh candies, the until the 31st o f this month.
o f work make our printing have
best made, at Norwood’s. 28tf i
class to it
We cater to the wants o f our
If you want to buy some nice
At a special meeting o f the patrons and make it our aim to
goods go to “ The Palace"
city council last Friday night the give them the best in the house.
Snell & Green will fix y o u ;
resignation o f C. E. Nielsen as If you want to play a game of
city treasurer was received, and billiards or pool drop into our
G. M. Slocum was appointed to place ‘’"The Palace” —Snell &
It is understood that the Muma
fill the vacancy.
building on the com er o f 6th and
The finest homes in Redmond | Carl Woods has had his large F streets is to be improved by
will lie located in beautiful MEL livery and sales bam painted a putting in a new front and ex
ROSE BARK with its large lots blue color, and now the building tending the building 20 feet, in
and wide streets and avenues, can be seen for a long distance, the rear.
on the highest elevation within and looks a 100 per cent better
Money invested in Lots in Mel
the city limits, with irrigation than before.
rose Park NOW, will double in
water on every lot
the next year.
A meal at the Home Restau
Those desiring can receive rant and Bakery is appetizing
Remember our fountain is still
private dancing lessons by see and satisfactory.
working. Red Cross Drug Store.
ing W. B. Cameron, manager of
the Skating Rink.
J. W. Brewer, president of
Two vacant comers on E street
the Redmond Bank o f Commerce between Hotel and Depot lOOx
Best line o f post cards in the left last week Thursday for his 100, also two comers, 50x100
Everything in this line home in Wilson Creek. Wn. He same location. Jones Land Com
from the lowest price to the will return to Redmond about pany for terms.
the first o f April and make this
his future home. He predicts a
The Spokesman man in making
! . G. E. Dobson o f Des Moines, prosperous future for this city the rounds o f the city the other
la., who had been here visiting and section.
day ran across half a dozen men
his son. Guy E. Dobson, and
in business who were contemp
Farm lands and city property
looking after some o f his busi
lating or were about to sell out
ness interests in this section, re for sale by Ellinger & r.hlers.
turned to his home last week.
Saturday and Sunday nights
Mr. Dobson may conclude later
Get your fresh fruits, candies
Jack Frost visited this section
on to locate in Redmond.
nuts at J. A. Norwood’s and
and the thermometor took a drop
always be satisfied as he
In the center o f Melrose Park to freezing weather. The nights
addition to Redmond is located were cold but the days were sun
the only public Park within the shiny and pleasant.
Remember we carry the best
city limits, it covers five acres.
Lowney’s line o f pure candy in the city.
Red Cross D m g Store.
Our prescription department
will have no equal.
Bull for Service
phone orders answered promptly. Try a box, you will like them.28tf
a full blood Jersey bull
Red Cross Drug Store.
$2.00 for season, at
An enjoyable card party was
miles west and
W. S. Rodman, president of
north o f Red
the State Bank o f Redmond, left
last Thursday for his home in
Omaha, Neb., where he will close sive whist was played. H. C.
In the line o f Smokers’ Goods we
carry the best on the market.
8ixth und F streets
C. F. ANDERSON, Prop’ r
carries in stock
that are handled in all
will attend to your wants
The Annex Billiard Hall
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The most Modern Establishment
of the kind in Central Oregon
A F r e s h L in e o f C a n d ie s , C ig a r s
a lw a y s
A. E. W Y A T T , proprietor
H O T E L
A N N E X
Fruit Trees . 1911
I have been appointed agent in this section by the
Y a k im a
C o lu m b ia
R iv e r
N u rsery
for the sale o f their fruit trees. This company
grows apple and other fruit trees specially auspt-
ed to the climate o f this section o f Oregon.
company guarantees to fill all orders with first-
class stock, true to name, thrifty and healthy,
and assumes all risk o f transportation,
a r r v i i r is the time to place your orders
IN \ / W
^or *Pr’ nF livery. Let me know
t you i
ture and I will call on you with samples.
ASHLEY FORREST, Aft.
office over Redmond Bk. o f Commerce
with I. P. Hewitt, Lawyer
BEN GOTTER. Proprietor
Carries a large stock o f
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber. We would be pleased
to figure on your orders.
CONTRACTING ANU BliUJPiNG
P la n s a n d E s t im a t e s F u r n is h e d .
A ll O r d e r s G iv e n P r o m p t A t t e n t io n .
Y*H one block east o f Jackson's Hardware Store,
R edm ond