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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1911)
PRINEVILLE MERCHANT THE „ l “ " " OF POPULAR RESTAURANT
DIES AT PORTLAND AMERICAN YEOMEN HAS CHANGED NAME
w ith a firm resolve to
BETTER Y01R FINANCIAL CONDITION
Make up your mind to connect with the start«
intr point o f increased power and increased
income a GROWING account at this hank.
A GROWING BANK ACCOUNT has a real
and tangible value over and above the amount
o f actual money deposited.
It creates greater confidence, a better stand
ing and an increased prestige in the com
munity for the depositor.
Our service is yours to command.
THE STATE BANK OF REDMOND
W. S. R odman , Prea.
G race B. R odman , Vice-Prea.
C. B. H opley , Cashier
SNELL & GREEN, Proprietors
Corner o f Seventh and E Sts.,
Fine Wines, Liquors
Try a MONOGRAM 5 cent Cigar, or an
AQUILA. 2 for 25 cents—they are good
goods and will certainly please you.
A Good Line o f Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
If you have
something to sell.
I f you want
to buy something
F. J. Lively Succumbs to One o f the Strongest Fra- Geo. L. Wheeler H“ * K«-
Serious Attack o f
ternal Orders Being
larged and Improved
His Oregon ( afe
The name of the Banquet Cafe
has lk»en changed to the Oregon
Cafe, and the place has been en
larged and remodeled ao that
it is now one o f the beat appoint-
ed restaurants in this |>art of
Geo. L. Wheeler since taking
over the place a few weeks ago.
has worked up a fine patronage,
and the custom o f the place has
outgrown the present quarters,
hence the necessity of enlarging.
With the increased facilities Mr.
Wheeler can now handle all the
trade that cornea his way, and
will he in a position to serve sup
pers for dunces, banunets. etc.
The opening o f the Oregon
Cafe will be dedicated Thursday
night. Feb. 2d w ith a free dance,
and all are invited to come and
have a good time at the expense
of mine host, Geo. L. Wheeler.
The Brotherhood o f Yeomen, n
F. J. Lively o f Prineville. died
in the Good Samaritan Hospital homestead of which was organi
at Portland, last week Wednes zed hen» last night, is now in its
day after an illness of five days, 14th year, with a membership of
aged 41 years.
The following 160.000 with a reserve fund of
account regarding the death and $1.:hk>.614. The total assets of
burial of Mr. Lively is taken the Brotherhood an» $1,578,828.
from the Prineville Journal of It is one of the strongest frater
nal orders in the United States
Mr. Lively recently purchased today. It is a fraternal and so-
the property formerly owned by cial organization, and carries
Ehret Bros, in Redmond and over with it insurance benefits. It in
hauled the building, intending to sure* against accidents, total
put in a stock o f general merchan- disability old age and death,
disc. He left his home in this Both men anil women between
city two weeks ago for Portland, the ages o f 18 and 50 years are
where he was buying the goods eleigible for membership and can
for the new store. He was to have participate in the insurance bene-
been back on Wednesday of last fits. The insurance rates are on
week, but did not return and his a graduated scale according to
wife was notified that he was age.
dangerously ill with pneumonia.
This society operates on the
A telephone message the first of expectancy o f life plan, which is
the week stated that his condition the only plan o f fraternal insur-
was critical, and Mrs. Lively lance that will never have to
started for Portland Tuesday j change the rates, thereby insur-
moming. Because of the sickness ing the old man when he gets old
J. W. Baker was in Tunialo
of her haby that was with her she for the same rate that he paid last Friday and Saturday visiting
did not get to Shaniko for the when he was young,
with G. W. Wimer. He said
train yesterday morning, and will
Homestead organized that Mrs. Baker and daughter
not arrive in Portland until to- here is number 3.0-19. which would return from Rixseburg in a
shows that the order is a grow few days, and they will take up
Arrangements for the funeral ing one. At the present time their residence in Redmond. Mr.
will not be made until her arrival, about an average of 60 Home Baker stated he found Rosehurg
but it is probable that the body steads are being organized a rather quiet and he concluded he
will be taken to Aberdeen. Wash month. During the year 1910. could profit by returning to Crook
ington, for burial. Mr. Lively's 50.(XX) applications were written county and locating in a live town.
father and mother reside in by the order.
Fred Weisey o f Cloverdale.
W. A. Bullock, state manager passed through this place recent
Mr. Lively came to Prineville for Oregon, is now in Redmond, ly with a load o f dressed U»ef for
as drygoods man for the Wurz- and will be pleased to give any the Bend markets.
weiler & Thompson store about 7 information requested. Mr. Bul
G. W. and C. L. Wimer were
years ago. and afterwards mar lock can l>e seen or addressed at Bend visitors one day last week.
ried Miss Arnold o f Chatanooga. the Redmond postoffice.
Tenn. They have four little girls.
Mrs. Lively’ s father and sister are
residents o f this city. Mr. Lively
The singers of the city are re February 7th
was a member o f the local Mas
Following is the program to be
the Cantata o f Queen
onic lodge and was an Elk.
He was a member of the Live Esther, which will l»e put on given by the Juni|ier Reading
ly, Jordan, Lanius Company of early in March by the Presbyter Circle at their entertainment in
ian people. The cantata will be Ehret’s hall. Tuesday evening.
this city up to 8 months ago.
chorused. As there are a num Feb. 7th:
Quartet Messrs Haney. Wood
ber of good singers in the city
Will Bring in
now. the event will no doubt be ward. Warren and Guinn.
Vocal Solo Miss Johnson.
a musical treat.
Baritone Solo Mr. Ike Buck-
W. H. Knepper o f The Dalles,
E. R. Tichenor made a busi
is much interested in Redmond ness trip to Madras last Thursday.
Short sketch of Jean Ingelow’s
and this section, and in a letter
Dont forget the entertainment life. Miss I.aura T. Jones.
to a business man here stated he to be given by the Juniper Read
' ‘Songs o f Seven” , the poems
would come here as soon as the ing Circle at Ehret’shall on Feb.
Jean Ingelow. depicting seven
railroad reached this point A 7th. Come out and help a good
phases of womans life, os follows:
number of families, Mr. Knepper cause.
1. Exultation Lessie Bartlett.
said, would come with him and
Instrumental Solo Miss Smith
locate in the Redmond District.
2. Romance— Lucile Redmond.
Mr. Knepper is a man of means, he found a fine stcck o f valen
Clarionet Solo—Mr. Hamilton.
a practical, progressive booster, tines. He has them of all kinds
Solo “ Absent“ - Mrs. Lilly.
and will be an addition to the and at all prices. Some o f the
Love Mrs. Greeta Sher
‘ ‘live wires“ of Redmond. He
If you are interested in wood.
keeps in touch with what is do ate.
Maternity Mrs. Docia Mc-
ing in Redmond and this section sending any valentines this year
it will be wise for vou to call Lallin.
by reading The Spokesman.
Solo Mr. Robert*.
early at this store and make your
Giving in Marriage Mrs.
Machinery for New
is too much broken.
Plant is Ordered
6. Widowhood Mrs. Tinsley.
Have you tried
Solo—“ Ah, I Have Sighed to
The machinery, etc. for the them? Red Cross Drug Store.
Me’ ’ --M rs. Edna Hobbs.
new ice making plant and bot
7. Old Age (longing for home)
Some o f the stores are getting
tling works to be established in
this city, has been ordered with in their stocks of valentines so as — Mrs. Margaret Osborne.
Quartet Mrs. Hobbs, Miss
instructions to hurry shipment of to be ready for the 14th o f Feb.
Johnson. Mrs. Morril and Mrs.
same. It is the intention o f the
The Spokesman understands
promoters to have the plant in that a movement is on foot in the Hopley.
Vocal Solo Mrs. Lilly.
operation as soon as possible,
Solo Mr. Gumm.
some time S ^ t h T y
cit* to build a Ba* i9t church
The building committee of the
The entertainment is under
presbytrrian church will meet
with Mrs. Wilcox, Thursday, the direction o f the Program
February 2d, at 2 p. m. It is re Committee. Chairman. Mrs. Mar
W. A. Bullock, state organizer quested there be a full attend garet Osborne;
Mrs. W. H. Anderson; ushers.
for Oregon o f the Brotherhood of
American Yeomen, organized a royally entertained by Mrs. Mc- Laura Jones, Irma Cook, Doris
homestead o f the order here last Lallin. The dinner was enjoyed Slocum and Gladys Gates.
evening in Ehret’s hall. The and fully appreciated by the 24
Arrangements Your Wants Filled
homestead starts off with a mem ladies present
bership o f about 25. and it is the were made for several entertain With Satisfaction
intention to increase this number ments to be given later on, and a Patronize Home Industry
to 50 in a short time. In another good amount o f sewing was fin
Let us fix you out with any
part of this issue will be found ished. All felt the day had been
in the line of signs, wood
an interesting article concerning
carving, picture framing, glaz
the benefits to 1« derived by
Pure and fresh drugs and ac ing and glass cutting, paints and
joining the American Yeomen.
curacy at Red Cross Drug Store. oil, rubber and steel stamps,
brass checks and stencils, pads
Warren & Woodward who have
and brushes, and novelties oi all
the contract from the city for
kinds. Work and orders given
making a preliminary survey and
Warren & Woodward o f this estimate for the proposed gravity
J. H. Rcderer & Co.
city, resident engineers for 15 water system for the city, state
Sign Shop. 7th S t
miles of the Oregon Trunk Line they will have their work ready
in this section went to Prineville to submit to the council in a very
last week to get 2000 stakes to be short time.
I will have dancing classes at
used as track center stakes for
There is a renewal o f activity
the road on the part of the line in the sale o f lots in Ellinger’s the Skating Rink each Tuesday
and Saturday night from 8 t<>
under their supervision,
o ’clock, and dancing for ev ery-1
same will be put in position at
once. Mr. Warren figures that
Wanted 100 men to watch for body from 9 to 11.
the road will reach Crooked Riv a light at 12 o ’clock, midnight,
W. B. Cameron
er about Feb. 15th, and that it in the Banquet Cafe, Geo. L.
will take 40 days to complete the Wheeler, proprietor.
bridge across the stream, mak
Will exchange oat and alfalfa !
F. M. White is hanging up
ing the time March 25th.
hay for a team. Also have hay
Weather conditions being favor
for sale at my place 21 miles
able, the road should reach Red- each week at his howling alley. north and Imile east of Redmond ‘
To the Demon making the best
mohd about April 10th.
score (Turing the week a cash on Sisters road.
H. A. Shenk.
drize o f $3 will be given every
To Connect Powell Butte
Monday morning at 9 o ’clock,
and to the one making the sec
With Redmond Phone
ond best score, a cash prize o f $2.
G. E. Dobson, J. F. Hosch,
M. E. Lynch and C. N. Ehret
»Strayed—Dark chestnut saddle
went over to Powell Buttes last pony, gelding, and yearling hay
Saturday to meet with the Grange filly, both with halters on. Re-
there, and urge upon the Powell ward for return or information
Upholstered Parlor Suit
Butte people the advisability of leading to recovery. EL C. Park,
piece*, or Sofa and Chairs
joining with Redmond in a tele
phone line. No definite action
Writing Desk and Bookcase.
was taken on the matter as pre-
A man with family to do
Cabinet. Center Table,
sented by the Redmond delega- eral farm work.
Commode, 9x12 Rug.
tion, but a promise was made
0 . Hanson.
2 E’eather Beds, and 2
that the question would be taken
The Hub City Dairy,
up later on.
If you are going
to prove up
on your land
come in and
will make out
and attend to
Now in complete running order and
turning out High Grade Bread and all
kinds o f Bakery Goods, which are sold
on a CASH basis.
11 Loaves of Bread for a Dollar
Fresh Doughnuts every Saturday
In connection with the bakery I carry a
nice line o f Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies that I sell at moderate prices for
CASH. Your patronage solicited.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
WM. H. HOBBS, Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
South 6th S t.
a t B a rg a in s
A NEW FURNITURE MAN
and NEW STOCK
WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
that I have knight the Furniture stock o f
J. W. Woodruff in Redmond, and will here-
after conduct the business in the Woodruff build
ing on North Sixth street.
I urn in the busineaa
to supply the demands of customer», and will
carry a complete stock of goods in my line. I
want your trad* anil will endeavor to merit it by
carrying good goods and making right price». I
have lately received a new stock of
Wall Paper, Dining Room Chair«,
Rockers, Trunks and Suit (’ases,
Rugs and House Furnishing«
I invite the public to pome in and see me.
have not just the article wanted 1 will send for it
YOURS EX)R BUSINESS
C. H . I R V I N
Warren & Woodward
IRRIGATION. SUBDIVISION. LAND SURVEYS
Estimates Furnished on Power Plants.
-A . IF 3 S
W r h aw hail |u yrarV • Iptrlcn rt.
civil «ngm w n ng.
em bracing all branch«« o f
Rooms.1) A ti. Hank oftommerer Bldg.. P. 0. Bo\ 260 RKDMONI)
W H I T E ’S
Bowling Alleys , Billiard
and Pool Tables. Every
thing first-class. You are
invited to come in and
roll the balls.
F. M. W H IT E , Prop’r
Corner 6th and E Sts.,
“The Palm” Restaurant
VAUGHN & WILLIAMS. Pn.p’ r»
O PEN D A Y
A N D N IG H T
Ta b le * su pp lied w ith the R E S T
the m a rk e ts afford, a n d the s e r
Come and see ns when yon want a Good Neal
C o r. 7th a n d B S ts ., R edm ond
In WOOD and M E T A L
W O R K and SIGNS.
P ro m p t W o rk , S a tin faction Guaranteed
J. H. R E D E R E R , Redmond