The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, April 20, 1911, Image 1

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    The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Huh City ” o f Central
VOL I. No. 4!
miinltcrs. After the morning noon and evening, and w as listen­ of Redmond never do anything
sermon by Dr. Todd he stated ed to with rapt attention, as he by halves.
that before church could lie dedi­ is a forcible talker, and carries
cated it would be necessary to conviction with his words. One The Wind Made
raise enough money to cancel the of the pleasant features of the
outstanding debt on the church, day’s services was the music ren­ Thing* Lively
which amounted to alsiut $1100. dered by the choir of 14 members, Last Thursday alsiut 1:00
p. m., a small whirlwind
Contributions and subscriptions and the “Voluntary” by Mrs. o'clock
were called for, and inside of an W. II. Anderson, the organist. made things lively fora few min­
hour the sum of nearly $‘>200 The solos by Mrs. W. H. Hobbs utes near the electric light sta­
and Miss Johnson were fine, tion. The wind started along 7th
M. E. Church Here Dedi­ w as This raised.
amount takes care of the and much appreciated. Mrs. street and gathered volume as it
northwest. Boxes and
cated Sunday and debt
and provides for the com­ Hobbs has a liipiid voice of rare traveled
plant were
pletion of the church, painting isiwer and wonderful sweetness, hurled onto the the light
$2200 Raised
Mr. Hus­
inside ami out, seats, etc. The and it is always a pleasure to lis ton’s house, and one of the
res|s>nsc to Dr. Todd's up|ieul ten to her singing, Mr. Ike Buck- children was caught in the school
for funds for the church was a ley, who was on the program in ter of the revolving wind cen­
I surprise to even the most opti­ forenoon for a solo, could not thrown flat on the ground. While
On Easter Sunday the debt on mistic. and is very gratifying to the
la« present at that time, but in
the M. E. Church of thin city the church officers, the mem tiers the evening rendered a baritone it lasted, and though small, the
whirlwind shook things up at a
w u wiped out. and the church und friends of the church.
solo that brought out the full lively
Three services were held dur­ compass of his well trained voice.
A la w congregation lutHemb- ing the day forenoon, afternoon The Redmond M. E. church is
led at the church Sunday fore and evening, and the building the second largest church in the Deputy Assessor
oon to take part in the dedi- wus filled at all the services with county, and the pastor, W. L. Appointed
tory services. which were con­ members and others who hail Wilson, the trustees and the Joe Howard of Lower Bridge
ducted by E. H. Todd, D. D . gathered to take part in the ex­ memliers are to Is* congratulated has been appointed deputy asses-1
ice preaident of the Willamette ercises. Owing to the length of on the sjsintaneous offering that sor to assess the following tow n :
¡University at Salem The full the forenoon exercises the dedi­ was made Sunday to wipe out the Prineville, Bend. Redmcnd, Mad­
¡program an announced in last cation of the church was jhjs I- debt on the church and leave ras. and he may also assess Black
cek’s Spokesman was carried IHined until evening.
money sufficient to fully com­ Butte, Laidlaw and the west end
Ut. with the exception of a few Dr. Todd preached in the fore­ plete the building. The people of Tetherow.
$1.50 PER YEAR
See my window for a Cheap Hat,
$2.50 and $2.75 Style* Reduced to $1.85
Reduced Prices
$30.00 Suit* cut to $22.00
27.50 Suit* cut to 20.00
25.00 Suit* cut to 18.00
22.50 Suit* cut to 16.00
18.00 Suit* cut to 13.50
17.50 Suit* cut to 13.00
12.50 Suit* cut to 10.00
Full a**ortment of Oxford* $3.00 to $5.00
latest thing* in Patent leather*.
Good Heavy Double Shoulder Work Shirt 75c.
Nice line of Straw Hat* $3.00 to $3.50.
Complete line of Indies Shoe* at Portland
E. L. R A P P
‘The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redm ond, Or.
"To be 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 about our various items in our previous issues, that it way fie
you are skeptical, (you have lots of company all over the country). Missouri is the greatest
birth state in the Union. Missouri is a gtsid state, and "Show me” is a good adage, but there
are some better states, and a majority of people on the Pacific Slots* believe that this is a better
country than Missouri, so is the lielief and knowledge that we are "there with the goods."
Compare prices and «tuality, and if you are not in the satisfied class, advice us and the money
you have |iaid w ill bo refunded or full credit will I k * given if you have an account with us.
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
before the assortm ent is too much broken.
Notion Department
W e are leaders in this line, and our stock o f L adies’ and
G entlem en’s N otions is the largest in this section. W e ask
you to inspect this departm ent.
Our Grocery Department
1)0 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
12 V 2 Dry Apricots, B lbs
Hominy, per can
P. S. Asparagus
3 for $1.00 Columbia Oats, pkg
............. 15c
Split Peas, lb
10c Violet Oats, pkg
changing its survey at a
point a few miles north of
Madras and running its line along
east edge of the townsite,
to Prineville following
Willow Creek, and thence into
the Crooked River valley.
It is said that this move is being
Willow Creek Canyon Span contemplated
from the traffic
as it would tap a rich
Near Madras to Be standpoint,
agricultural section all the way
south from this place, as well as
open to that line practically all
the timber of the Blue Mountain
district and give it the upper
With the approach of the steel hand for all the freight and pass­
gangs on the Harriman, or Des­ enger business in southeastern
chutes. railroad drawing nearer Crook County.
day by day, local interest is be­ The saving on the building of
ginning to center on the construc­ the great bridge would extend
tion of the big steel viaduct the line a consierable distance on
across Willow Creek canyon, just the new route, while only seven
west of town, where that line miles south of here the two roads
crosses the Oregon Trunk at a use the same track to a point on
height of over 200 feet, says a the south line of the Redmond
special from Madras to the Ore­ townsite.
While the change of line would
Although a large amount of throw the Deschutes system into
material and equipment has been the Crooked River valley, there
assembled there and work is in is said to be ait outlet south of
progress on the concrete founda­ Prineville by way of Swartz Can­
tions for the supporting towers, yon. which would again «wing
much doubt is expressed as to the line on to the plateau east
whether the bridge will ever be of Bend, only a few miles from
completed. From hints made by its present survey southward to­
representatives of that company, ward Klamath County.
the rumor has spread that the
Harriman line is seriously consid­ Subscribe for The Spokesman.
The fishing: season is now here
and we can fit you out with
anything: in the Fishing Tackle
Line—hooks, poles, reels, bas­
kets, etc.—at a price you can
afford to pay.
Come in and see our stock.
Lowest in Price, Highest in Quality