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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub C ity ” o f Central Oregon
VOL. I. No. 10
$1.50 PER YEAR
REDMOND, ( KOOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 13. Hill
Prayer service, led l»y Pastor, Hymn, No. 97.
Prayer by Rev. John Huggins.
Sunday School, 9:80.
Anthem, (ireat is the I/»rd.
Morning service, 10:30 sharp. Scripture lesson.
Hymn, No. 117.
Solo, Mrs. W. II. Hobbs.
Sermon, E. II. Todd, D. D. I -arge Crew Is Working On
Prayer, Rev. Lilly.
Hymn. No. 123.
IjtteralK and Ditchex
$30.00 Suits cut to $22.00
Anthemn, Shelly, Hark! H ark! Doxology.
Near the City
27.50 Suits cut to 20.00
Ix'Hson from Old Testament. (¡«I Socks for
25.00 Suits cut to 18.00
22.50 Suits cut to 16.00
Lawson from New Testament. One of the quickest action deals A crew of men in charge of
18.00 Suits cut to 13.50
Solo. Isaac Ihtckley.
17.50 Suits cut to 13.00
Sermon, E. II. Tod<l, I). 1». Sunday between a couple of busi last Thursday by the (Central Ore
12.50 Suits cut to 10.00
ness men here. One man was gon Irrigation Co. to enlarge lat
Hoys Knee Pants 90 c and up
wearing a loud pair of soeks, and erals and do necessary irrigation
Next Sunday, E U Sunday, Hymn,
the other man said he would give work two miles northwest of the
25 per cent off on all Boys’ Suits and Men’s
will la* a m l letter day in th«* Doxologv.
history of tin* M. E. Church of Rasket Dinner in Church.
forward as rapidly fcs (sissible.
tcdmnnd; on thut date the new
Summit Brand all wool shirts, regular $2.50
the socks, and he immediately The Central Oregon Irrigation
ifhurch here will l>e dedicated I»ve Feast, letl by M. W. of
took off the socks and made the
p ith appmpiate ceremonies. An Weaver, 2:30.
put them on. The as possible with their irrigation
Jextonsive and interesting |>r<> Quartette, Mrs. Hobbs, Miss original fellow
work in the Redmond District,
Ore. Woolen Mill all wool shirts, Reg $2.25
gram has ls*en prepared. and Johnson. Mr. Haney and Mr. sockless until he could connect and it will take quite a force of
practically an all day service will A hiredge.
with another pair of h»>se, but he men to get water on all the land
^‘ls’ helil in the church. A cordial Sermon, John M Huggins, 3:00. showed
the company has lately been sel
¡Invitation is extended to every Solo. Mrs. M. W. Weaver.
Complete line of Indies Shoes at Portland
ling, but the company states they
wouldn’t take a bluff.
K>ne to come ami take part in the Hymn. No. 97.
will see that every man who buys
Spokesman for job printing. a water right will have the goods
Following is the program:
Epworth league Rally, 0:30
Work always satisfactory.
delivered to him.
ON BY IRRIGATION CO.
An All Day Service Will
Be Held to (ommem
orate the Kvent
E. L. R A P P
‘The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redm ond, Or.
“HERE WITH THE GOODS
To Is* SILENT when you have knowledge to impart is a CRIME like unto being GAR
RULOUS when you have nothing to say."
We have said a great deal almut our various items in our previous issues, that it way be
you are skeptical, (you have lots of company all over the country). Missouri is the greatest
birth state in the Union. Missouri is a good state, and "Show me” is a good adage, but there
arc some lietter states, and a majority of people on the Pacific Slope lielieve that this is a better
country than Missouri, so is the belief and knowledge that we are “there with the goods."
( ompare prices and quality, and if you are not in the satisfied class, advice us and the money
you have paid w ill I k * refunded or full credit will I k * given if you have an account with us.
"TO SAY LESS WOULD RE USELESS. TO ASK MORE WOULD RE FOOLISH.”
A large assortm ent o f M en’s and Children’s SPR IN G HATS
in all the new est shades and shapes. Be sure and g et one
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
We will put on sale one of the BIGGEST BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERIES
that you have ever seen. You will miss it if you do not get your share. Value
up to 12 V 2 C
For 5 cts. the yard
Our Grocery Department
l)o not forget that we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries in the city
which we always sell at Money-saving prices. Here are a few samples:
Table Peaches, can
20c Queen Olives, in bulk, pt.......... 30c
Dry Peaches, lb
12V* Dry Apricots, 0 lbs
Hominy, per can
20c Peanut Butter................. 15, 25, 35c
P. S. Asparagus
.1 for $1.00 Columbia Oats, pkg................... 40c
Split Peas, lb
10c Violet Oats, pkg ........................15c
EH RET BROTHERS
Lowest in Price, Highest in Quality
in from the railroad, and it
is a common occurrence to see
THEY MAKE REDMOND come
six, eight and ten of the "gas
on the above corner
THEIR HEADQUARTERS wagons"
waiting to take prospective land
buyere to different parts of the
Autos Carry Many New Redmond District.
comers to Different
Parts of County
Meeting of the
On Wednesday of last week
¡seventeen ladies of the Juniper
Redmond is getting to be dis Reading Circle enjoyed the hos
tributing point for people com pitality of Mrs. M. E. Landes at
ing into this section of the her attractive home west of the
county from Madras and Metol- city. The rooms w*ere appropri
ius, and nearly every day a num ately decorated with juniper
ber of autos can be seen on the Itoughs in honor of the occasion,
comer of 6th and E streets. and each lady received a bouton
Redmond is headquarters for niere of juniper tied with gold
several auto companies and a colored ribbon, the club colors.
stage and express line and peo The subject for the afternoon’s
ple coming into the interior, aft study was "The Work of Mar
er leaving the railroad at Mad cus Whitman,” and Mrs. Tinsley
ras, make a stop at Redmond to read a very interesting paper on
see that country and town they the subject. Vocal and instru
have heard so much about mental music was furnished by
Side trips are made from this Mrs. Hobbs and Mrs. Anderson.
place into the irrigated land dis A dainty luncheon was served
trict surrounding the town, and by the hostess. The members of
the newcomers are almost unan the club are very appreciative of
imously well pleased with the the kindness of Mr. Kulesch in
land and climate.
providing a conveyance to and
One day last week twelve au- I from the home of Mrs. Landes.
1 tos were gathered on the corner The next meeting will be at
i of 6th and E streets waiting to the home of Mrs. M. L. Tinsley
take out passengers who had on Wednesday, April 19.
CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT
We want to call your attention
to the fine stock we carry in
the above lines. All of our
goods are fresh, and you will
always be satisfied with your
purchases at our store. We
sell the Celebrated Lowney’s
Chocolates, the best made.
NORWOOD & ANDERSON