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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1911)
Published at the “ Hub City’* of Central Oregon
VOL 1. No. 33
REDMOND. CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911
$1.50 PER YEAR
will Iw composed of persons int
the features being a parade by
erested in eastern financial af
the school children and the scr-
fairs und mnny will invent in
: ies of “yells” w hich they gave
Central Oregon land. Other«
in honor of the Marriman party.
will reside In that section |>er-
“Who’s all right?" their teach
ers would say. “The officials of
Oregon officials of tin road1
the Deschutes Valley Railroad.”
have prepared to give them the
would come from the little
best accomodations poisihle ami
throats. “Those officials, who
$30.00 Suits cut to $22.00
will arrange for guide« to accom
are they?” was the next inquiry.
27.50 Suits cut to 20.00
Intending invest pany After them the over reduced
Madras Celebrates ke,”
' Mil, was
the immediate answer, Think We Have a
25.00 Suits cut to 18.00
ors Due Here of applied
from the east thousands the Arrival of which by placing the accent on Bunch of “Live
22.50 Suits cut to 16.00
colonist« are expected to lind
18.00 Suits cut to 13.50
This Week location«
First Train name, was made to rhyme with Wires” Here
in that section of the
Suits cut to 13.00
12.50 Suits cut to 10.00
| Mr. Miller was one of the
Publication Day of
h|s*akers at the exercises of the
Boys Knee Pants 90 c and up
III«MKUI CAR IS ON
25 per cent off on all Boys’ Suits and Men’s
W A Y FKOM ILLINO IS ! The Remond Spokesman is
While in Madras the officials LAST TU ESD AY NIGHT
WAS A GALA DAY
dated as a Thursday pajier. hut
inspected the terminal properties
the paper is published Wednes
which they have secured there.
Summit Brand all wool shirts, regular $2.50
day afternoon and mailed at that
the site being a commanding one
[‘schutes Line Bringing in time so as to catch tiie Sisters Immense Crowd Gathers* to above the town and precluding Harriman Official» Much
and Cline Falls mails, arriving at Welcome First Train the necessity of hauling the
Number of Prospec
those places Thursday. This is
Ore. Woolen Mill all wool shirts, Reg. $2.25
grain from the fertile Indian
done so that the news in the
Into Central Ore.
Agency Plains down the hill.
jiaper will not be several days
Regular passenger and freight
old by the time subscribers re
trains over the Oregon Trunk
Complete line of Indies Shoes at Portland
ceive their paper. And another
Line are expected to be running
February 2T> will la* an event- reason is that the merchants here TTie “Itailruud Day” celebra- by the first of March. Daily The party of Harriman railroad
fill day in the histnry of the l>es- art. holding Friday and Saturday tion at Madras last Wednesday Htages from this city will con- officials who w'ere here last week
chutes lines of the Oregon-Wash- sal«« each week, and by getting to mark the arrival of the first „ect with the trains and give Tuesday virtually fell in love w ith
ingtnn Railroad & Navigation th,. paper in mail Wednesday train into Central Oregon over quick service between the two Redmond and the hospitable.
whole-souled citizens whoextend- ‘The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
ompany, ns on that date the night all suhscrihers will In- the Oregon Trunk Line, was an points.
ed them such a warm welcome.
[first through car from the east reached and the advertisements event in the history of this part
will operate over the road.
read in time for Die readers to of Oregon. An immense crowd W. R. Lawson, one of ¡the pio- The following story of the visit
Palmer, Itedmond; and Edwin D.
The coach, which will leave to tow n on Friday und Satur- of |>eoplc from all over the coun- neers of this section, left for of the officials, taken from the
Whitney, Jacob Kanzler, W. A.
Oregonian of the 17th, serves to COMMITTEES HAVE
Eycamore. III., February 22. will ,juy to take advantage of the ty was in attendance to welcome Prairie City this week.
»rrive at Deschutes Junction on „ales. The first forms of The the train, the Trunk Line offi- The Redmond Brotherhood of show that the Harriman people
the morning. February 2fi. It Spokesman g(» to press Tuesday rials, and the liarriman officials Owls are making preparations to think that Redmond is a live
sill continue to Trout Lake, from noon, and thelast forms Wed- who were on hand to help their give a costume ball on the night town, peopled with “live wires”.
which point the visitors will
**t 11 o clock. Ad vert is- j | j prol)erjy commemo-
“Redmond is a busy place and
is taking on life rapidly, as is ev Preparations Inaugurated Music and Sports—W. G. Phoe
alter over the surrounding ution ¡n tllt, „.i,,,,,,,* '()i tho rate the imt>oriant event,
idenced by the fact that before
untry in search of favorable paper should govern themselves The Harriman officials were
The Spokesman's Job
for Redmond’s Big
nix, EL R. Tichenor, P. E. Gumm
Itr h for settlement. The party accordingly.
the arrival of the railroad party
given a warm reception, one of
A. J. Haney.
five independent meetings were
Accommodations (eating ami
scheduled for Tuesday night.
. W. Wells, F. M.
The Commercial Club’s luQcheon
H. C. Mei-
to the visitors, which was ar At the Commercial Club meet- the. F. T. Redmond.
ranged hastily, made the sixth. ing last ni^ht the following 4th Wheeler. Wm. H. Hobbs, Geo. I*
It was decided to devote the ear of July committees were appoint- Soliciting-J. J. Ellinger, G.
ly part of the evening to a lec ed for the big two days’ celebra- M. Huffman. J. C. Williams. C.
ture in one of the churches by tion to be held in Redmond July E. Nielsen. J. A. Norwood. J. H.
Bishop Robert Paddock, of the 3d and 4th, under the auspices of Mendenhall.
Eastern Episcopal Diocese of Or
Ladies’ Arrangements Com-
egon. The luncheon was held the Commercial Club:
from 8:30 until 10 o’clock, and |
during the rest of the night the
I Valentine ball by the Redmond
band took place. Such cor mor-
If you get more than that at this store, so much the better
place affairs as the city council
meeting and a few’ lodge scssioi s
for you. Whenever it is possible to give our customers
The Itedmond Concert Band
more than their money’s worth, we give it.
gave a concert before the lunch
In addition, we guarantee complete satisfaction in every purchase made
eon. A score of local citizens
lunched with the visitors, and
here, regardless of the offering or price of the merchandise.
Mayor H. F. Jones presided.
If you find, after patronizing us, that you are not satisfied, we will ex
[ Each of the railroad men as well
change the goods, refund the money—do anything within reason to keep
as many of the citizens spoke.
The railroad officials assured the
you perfectly satisfied. The greatest asset of this store is your good will.
: citizens that the Harriman inter
ests intended to make Redmond
HAVE YOU HEARD THE WHISTLE OF THE LOCOMOTIVE? WE HAVE
one of the most important cities Picture of Lhret Bros.’ Store, the Largest Department Store in Crook County,
on the Deschutes Railroad.
I,ocated on the comer of Sixth and 0 streets, Redmond
and are going to sell at the prices that w ill prevail when the road is here,
Election o f
j Executive—G. E. Dobson. J. mittees—To be appointed by the
so that you need not put off your purchases but BUY THEM NOW.
F. Hosch. H. F. Jones from Red- Ladies Auxiliary to the Redmond
Club, will be named
The annual meeting of the mond: F- S- Stonle>' and R F- Commercial
Presbyterian Building Committee Cook from Portland- All com-
was held at the home of Mrs. mittees wiI1 *ct under t h e i n * i
Arthur Templeton recently and ^ruction and report to this com Open face Lost
gold watch, with
twenty-four ladies were present m,^ ee-
leather fob. Finder suitably re
We w ill sell all of our Ladies and Children’s Coats and Capes at Half price
A very enjoyable afternoon was t Finance G. M. Slocum. C. N. warded by returning same to
Also our entire line of Gibben’s Shoes for Ladies at ONE-THIRI) OFF.
Joe Buckley, ----- Redmond.
passed. The year closed with a Ehret. M. A. Lynch,
membership of forty-one and two Publicity and Transportation
names were added that after- j E. A. Cast W. H. Walker. H. H. Read The Spokesman.
noon, making a total of forty-
' three. Officers were elected for
the ensuing year as follows;
Pres. —Mrs. Kendall.
Vice Pres.—Mrs. Chapman.
All of the 121-2 grade of Outing Flannel
Sece. Miss Emma Ricker.
Treas. Mrs. Templeton.
The ladies look forward to a
very prosperous, harmonius and
social year. Many plans were
talked over for the coming year,
We have just received the fin*
and the funds now on hand will
be added to as time and oppor
est lii?c oi th#* above good s j
R. R. OFFICIALS
E. L. R A P P
A Dollar’s Worth for a Dollar
ALL OF NEXT WEEK
Friday and Saturday ONLY
10c. per yard
7 Spools of GLOBE Thread
EHRET BRO TH ERS
Lowest in Price, Highest in Quality
ever shown in this section, ami !
we would like to ha>e you I
come in and see- these goods.
Everything for the Toilet.
C. N. Ehret. senior partner of
the firm of Ehret Bros., of this
city, returned this week from a
business trip to Portland. Seattle
and other coast cities. Mr. Ehret
said while on his trip he received'
many inquiriei regarding Red-'
motid and this section of the
state. A large number of the
people seeking information about
Redmond sa.d they were earning
here as so>n as the railroads
reached th<' city.