The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, February 09, 1911, Image 5

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    REDMOND CITY OFFICIALS
M tyor
otel Redmond
JONE8 LAND CO., Prop’ rs.
REDMOND,
II. F. .loin1«.
Couneilnivn J. F.
Frank W.
M K. Lynch, F M Whit«.
G. W W«IU, G M. Huffman.
Rr«omi«r Wrn. G. Phoenix.
T m u u rcr G. M Slocum
• *ity Attorney J. A. Wllrox,
MaraliHl F. Vi. Mill*.
Couiwll meet« »»Corel arc! fourth
Tueaday o f each month.
COMMERCIAL CLUB
OREGON
Entirely Refurnished and Refitted
I'reaklent
II. F Jon«*.
Secretary
A
J. Haney.
Meeting mghtii Flr»t are! Third Wed-
neaday each month.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Methodlat Service» 2d and 4th Sun­
day» o f each month at II a. m
Sunday School at 10 a. in. every Sun­
day. t 'hriatian Kndcavor 7 o'clock ev­
ery Sunday evening,
W. L. Wllnon,
pa*tor.
1‘ rethyterian
Service! lit are) 3d
Sunday o f each month. Kcv. G. A. M.
I.illey, paatnr.
(Jiriatian Science
Service* every
Huhilny at 2 :tt) p. m.
Headquarters for Tourists
and Traveling Men
First Annual Sale
Bargains
25% ONE-FOURTH OFF 25%
Lynch & Roberts
Brotherhood of Owl*, Nest No. 122
HKDMOhlt), OREGON
M eeta every Friday
I P night in Ehret
hulldmg.
at temi.
Tables Supplied with the
Best the Market Affords
Vl*ittng mendier* invited to
F. ri. M ill.*, Executive
G. W. D a v o * , See.
Crook County Abstract Co.
(Incorporated)
lip.to-date aet o f Ahitract Hook*.
All work guaranteed.
We photograph
the record».
II. F. Wilde, aecretary,
I'riiieviile, Ore.
s Ready to Cater to the Wants of the Public
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Redmond and Vicinity
Frank Elkin» has leased J. K.
Msephsrasa's house and will
ïo o d M e " ?
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.
W e would like to have
you try our bologna.
Hill & Sypher
South Oth S t , Redmond
move into it ax »oon a» the Mac-
pherson family leave for Califor­
nia.
In the center of Melrose Park
addition to Itedmond is located
the only public Park within the
city limits, it covers five acres.
It is understood that a “ Rack­
et” and millinery store is going
to o|M*n in the Muma building on
the cumer o f Sixth and F streets.
The finest homes in Redmond
will be located in beautiful MEL­
ROSE PARK with its large lots
and wide streets and avenues,
on the highest elevation within
the city limits, with irrigation
water on every lot.
Every auto stage brings in new
arrivals who are interested in
this section o f the country.
Those desiring can receive
private dancing lessons by see­
ing W. B. Cameron, manager of
the Skating Kink.
29tf
Geo. Higginson, who was in
the restaurant business here for
a short time last fall, was in
town last week.
He is now
: fanning over in the Sisters coun­
try.
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Best line o f post cards in the
city.
Everything in this line
from the lowest price to the
highest Norwood’s.
28tf
Cafe Royal
8ixth and F street*
JAS DOUGHERTY. Prop’ r
carries in stock
the
LEADING BRANDS
OF GOODS
that are handled in all
first-class cafes.
t h e Annex Billiard Hall
The most lodern Establishment
of the kind in Central Oregon
A Fresh Line o f Candies, Cigars
and Tobacco# always on hand
A.
■
E . IV Y A T T , p ro p rie to r
H O T E L
A N N E X
First Annual Sale
Our First Annual Underwear Sale begins THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY 9th and continues until SATU R D AY, FEBRU­
A R Y 19th. W e will sell our entire stock of Winter Under­
wear, including Men’s, Women and Children’s garments, at
a sacrifice— 25 per cent, one fourth off the regular price.
This will include a large assortment of FINE WOOLEN GARMENTS OF
HIGH Q U ALITY which your sense of economy will not let you overlook.
W e do not expect these fine values to last throughout the entire sale, so do
not delay purchasing.
25 per cent
0NE=F0URTH OFF
25 per cent
Ladies’ Underwear
Men’s Underwear
Ladies Fine Cashmere Vests, ref. $1.25 cut to 95c
tt
44 Pants
L25 44 9 5 c
44
44 Union Suits 2.75 44 2.05
Ladies Heavy Ribbed Vests, ref. .65 44 45C
44
44
Pants, ref. .65 44
Ladies Elastic Rib.Union Saits $1.25 44
45c
95c
Heavy Wool Drawers ref. $1.50 cut $1.15
44 Undershirts 44 1.50 cat $1.15
44 Drawers
44 1.25 cot 95c
44 Undershirts 44 1.25 ent 9 5 c
Heavy Fleeced Lined Drawers
65c cot 45C
44
44 Undershirts 65c cot 45c
Heavy »d ltT .?1 Union Saits $1.50 cat $1.15
Children’s Underwear for Boys and Girls
For lack of space we cannot enumerate the large assortment of these gar­
ments we have on hand.
The values we are offering at this sale are cheap at
our regular prices, and with a further reduction of 25 per cent they seem too
cheap to be good, therefore we guarantee these values to our customers.
Our GROCERY DEPARTMENT is always ready to save you
money. Get our prices before buying your supplies.
Bring
in your Butter and Eggs.
Lynch & Roberts, Redmond
night that the construction train
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Myers of on The Oregon Trunk Line had
Culver Junction, were in Red­ reached Madras. A person who
mond a few hours last Friday.
came from Madras Thursday
busted the rumor by saying the
Our prescription department track was still 14 miles from
will have no equal.
Mail or Madras on that date. And there
phone orders answered promptly. you are.
Red Cross Drug Store.
From now on we intend to con­
duct
the best cafe in Redmond—
The entertainment given at
The
Banquet,
Geo. L. Wheeler,
Ehret’s hall Tuesday evening for
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benefit of the Redmond Free Li­ proprietor.
brary was well attended. The
Chocolate and wafers were ser­
program was well rendered, and
ved
at the Club dance last Thurs­
a nice sum of money realized for
day
night.
the library fund.
Place your orders for maga­
Dr. Grandy uses painless meth­ zines with J. A.
Norwood.
ods in his dentistry work. Office Prompt delivery assured. 28tf
upstairs in Redmond Hotel An­
nex.
22tf
J. H. Mendenhall’s coupon
proposition
is taking well with
After the puhlir installation of
the
buying
people.
Better see
the Yeomen at Ehret’s hall last
him »bout this and get some of
night a social dance was given,
the coupons.
which lasted for 2 or 3 hours.
List your property with Ellin-
Fine line o f leather goods, ger & Ehlers.
such as hand bags, purses, bill
books, etc., at Norwood’s. 28tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Macpher-
son expect to leave for California
Some o f the dancers from this some time early in March.
city intend to go to Sisters to the
mask ball to he given there the
The bread baked at the Home
17th of this month.
Bakery and Restaurant always
gives the best of satisfaction. 27tf
Ellinger <& Ehlers for insurance
E. C. Park is now teaching
The new bell for the M. E. in Prof. Thompson’s room o f the
Church here was received last High School.
week and placed in position. The
Those who eat at the Home
tone o f the bell is like a cathe­
Bakery and Restaurant get the
dral bell.
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best o f service and food at reason­
Fine line o f fresh candies, the able prices.
27 tf
best made, at Norwood’s. 28tf
Wm. Snell, o f the firm o f Snell
There was a rumor current on & Green o f this city, proprietors
the streets here last Wednesday of the “ Palace” sample room on
the corner o f 7th and E streets,
last week sold his interest in the
place to Mr. Green. Mr. Snell
has not yet determined what his
future plans will be.
A meal at the Home Restau­
rant and Bakery is appetizing
and satisfactory.
27tf
Moore & Elkins it is under­
stood will soon build a garage to
house the autos used on their au­
to stage line in this section.
Farm lands and city property
for sale by Ellinger & Ehlers.
Mr. McCabe’s mother who has
been an invalid for several years,
died at her son's home five miles
west o f Redmond last Tuesday.
The funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon.
The
celebrated
Lowney’s
C n « X ^ > l a t e s . the best manafactur-
ed. always fre-h, at Norwood’s.
Try a box, you will like them. 28tf
and Miss Nettie Stevens o f this All Kinds of
city, were married at Prineville Printing
Saturday, Feb. 4th, by the Rev. j
_ ,
Huggins o f that place.
The
The Spokesman has recently
many friends o f Mr. Bevard were ^ d e d to its equipment material
extending him congratulations for
kmdsJ
o f Pnnt,n*- Ify o "
Monday
want Stair cards, large or small
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| or any kind of cards printed, we
Get your fresh fruits, candies can do it, and do it right. Let us
and nuts at J. A. Norwood’s and do your next order of printing,
you will always be satisfied as he We have ALL KINDS OF TYPE
sells only the best.
2Stf
for ALL KINDS OF WORK, all
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reports to the contrary notwith-
A. J. Haney, bookkeeper at standing,
the Redmond Bank o f Commerce.
*'*
was laid up a few days last week j
Notice
with an attack o f the grip.
| The CULVER JUNCTION Lot
Sale is reaching very pleasing
Two vacant corners on E street proportions in the Guessing Con-
between Hotel and Depot lOOx test. This contest will close on
100, also two corners. 50x100 Saturday, February 11th and all
same location. Jones Land Com- guesses must bear post mark o f
not later than that date or must
pany for terms.
be in our hands on that day. On
Remember our fountain is still February 15th all lots in Culver
working. Red Cross Drugstore. Junction will be advanced in
price and you should ouy before
Christian Science services at this date and get thf benefit
Descnute; V illev Land & In­
Mr. Macpherson’s Sunday. Feb.
vestment
C
12, at 2;30.
Subject for study.
Cub>r
Junction. Ore.
Soul
At a meeting o f the Deschutes
Mutual Telephone Co. held last Sunday School - i i ;Sif. Those in­
Saturday night, C. R. McLallin, terested are cordially invited.
the manager o f the company ten­
Money invested in Lots in Mel­
dered his resignation.
rose Park NOW, will double in
Remember we carry the best the next year.
line of pure candy in the city.
Red Cross Drug Store.
FOk SALE
at Bargains
Upholstered Parlor Suit of 5
pieces, or Sofa and Chairs sepa­
rate.
Writing Desk and Bookcase,
Music Cabinet Center Table,
Commode, cook atovq,
2 Feather Beds, and 2 Singer
canaries.
, v:
. .• !•
Improved farm for rent or
sale. Two miles from Redmond.
2 8 t f ______ E. C. Park.
The Spokesman is now in a
position to do all kinds o f poster
Bring your final proof notices
printing, from the smallest hand to The Spokesman office. We
bill to the largest sheet poster. will make out your application
New type and improved methods for proving up, and attend to all
At Mr. Macpheraon’s house..
o f work make our printing have the details necessary in the mat­
class to it
ter.
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Hot drinks.
Have you tried
Subscribe for The Spokesman, them? Red Cross D n g Store.
Bert R. Bevard o f Cline Falls’