The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, May 18, 1911, Image 1

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    The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Huh City ” of Central Oregon
VOL. 1.
No. 4ft
REDMOND. ( KOOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1911
SHERWOOD-
CAST NUPITALS
Fred Sherwood and Miss
Elinor Alta Cast Are
Married the 12th
CEREMONY TA K E S
AT M. E. CHURCH
Elaborat«* Wedding Break-
n Served at the
Oregon ( a f e
funt I
Mr. Fred Sherwood and Miss
Alt«
city, were married at 9 o'clock
Friday morning, May 12th at
Elinor
Cast, both <*f thit*
the M. E. church hen*, by Rev.
W. 1,. \\ ¡Ison, in the preiwnrr o f
a number of invited guests. The
date of the wedding wan Mr.
Sherwood « birthday.
I he l»eawtiful and imprtwsive
rintf eeremoney was lined, and af­
ter the service* an elatiorate
wedding breakfast was nerved at
the Oregon Cafe, at which aix-
teen partook of the good cheer.
While the bridal purty waited
m the vestry Mr*. W. H. llobbe
nang a solo, "Oh. Promise Me” .
At the conclusion of the H in g in g
the wedding |»arty marched to
the ultar to the ntraina of the
Wedding march, played by Mrn.
W. II. Anderaon.
E. A. Cast,
father of the hride, gave the
bride uway. The hride wore al-
IwtroHs and white satin and a
bridal veil.
The bridesmaids were Minn
Nettie Cast, sinter o f the bride,
and Minn Pauline Wrist o f Rend.
Minn Cant wan dressed in white
lawn trimmed with pink, and
Minn Wrist wore pale blue chiffon
over pink. The groomsmen were
lien (Jotter und C. W. Kemper,
both being dressed in convention­
al black.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood are It is stated that the company will
"At Home” on their ranch south­ tasin plat this property into acre­
west o f the city.
age tracts or town lots.
The activity the above com­
The S|iokenman'H Job
pany is exhibiting in getting their
Printing pleaae*.
land on the market and inducing
settlement here shows they have
unbounded faith in the future of
Redmond and this section.
PLATTING 80 ACRES
NTO 5-ACRE TRACTS
Banquet
E. A. Tudor, who has the con­
Eustern Company Will Help
tract
for grading the first ten
to Settle lip ThiH
miles o f the Oregon Trunk rail­
Part of County
The Northwest Townsite Co.
of Philadelphia, ban a crew of
men platting HO acres o f their
land adjoining Melrose Park on
the west, into 5-acre tracts It is
expected that the comtmny will
have the property ready to put
on the market some time this
summer, at w hich time it will la*
extensively advertised in the
newspapers and magazines. The
company this week ls»ught the
F. T. Redmond 40-acre tract ad­
joining the city on the northwest
road south from Redmond, gave
a trout banquet at the Oregon
Cafe last Friday night to Mai-
com McFee, H. H. Hall and Mr.
Monahan, who are connected
with the construction of the
above road.
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Children’s Day”
Next Sunday
Next Sunday. May 21st, is
“ Children’s Day” at the M. E.
church. An interesting program
appropriate for the occasion has
l>een prepared, and the public is
invited to attend the ceremonies.
We have banished it for all time in Redmond.
Even a little child can trade here now as
safely and surely ¡ut the shrewdest sh<»p|»er of them all.
Our guaranty o f quality and de|iendahlene.ss and style, and satisfactoriness in every other
detail, is a surety to you that the gixxlg are right. All that you need to consider is, "I>o the
goods please me?” “ Do they become me?” "Is this what I want?”
Our plainly marked one-price system show s to you at first glance our very lowest and only
price,‘ so that all you need to consider is "Can I afford to pay that much?”
The value o f the merchandise and the fairness o f the price for that merchandise and the
satisfaction that the merchandise will give after the purchase need not lie considered by you at
all when trading here. For our guaranty insures you againt all loss, against all dissatisfaction.
If that kind o f a store appeals to you as a good trading place, we‘11 appreciate the honor o f your
presence at our store.
“GOTZIAN” SHOES
Just Arrived, those Celebrated Summer Shoes. We have them in both Ox­
ford and high cut, and in Mule Skin, Velour Calf, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, in
both Tan and Black, for Men, Ladies and Children.
^ T
V JA j V / ▼ A J O
We have an exceptional good value in Men’s Leather
Gloves, nice pliable ones, at 35c per pair.
O T T T T ^ fT ^ O
Men’s Work Shirts in endless variety, the kihd others
charge 65 cts for we sell for 50 cts.
Also Negligee Shirts in a large variety o f patterns, at $1.00 to $2.00.
UllllV X ¿3
We are Headquarters for GROCERIES. A few New Arrivals:
Headlight Oil in hulk, 30c per gallon. Bring in your can.
Dry Apricots, 3 lbs. for
50c
Queen Olives, in bulk, pt............ 30c
Spanish Peppers
20c
Sugar, 15 lbs fo r....................... $1.00
Dry Raspberries, lb.
30c
Tillamook Cheese, l b ................ 20c
Have you tried the Celebrated Olympic Hard Wheat Flour? It saves you time and worry
BRING IN YOUR EGGS AND BUTTER
EHRET
BROTHERS
DEPARTMENT
STORE
Lowest in Price, Highest in Quality
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Capp’s Clothing
Cave a Trout
WE HAVE BANISHED THE NEED OF
EXPERIENCE IN SHOPPING
f
ll.ftO PER YEAR
I have just received a large
shipment o f these celebrated
goods in Spring and Summer
weights and styles.
1 want you to see this line o f
GUARANTEED CLOTHING,
for I am certain you will be
satisfied with the goods, fit and
price.
Better come in today.
E. L. R A P P
“The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
the rails to this city at as early a
date as possible.
Forty-seven carloads o f steel
for the bridge have been shipped
from the factory at Pittsburg.
The last shipment from the fac­
tory was made April 26th. and
by next week it is expected all
of the bridge material will have
reached Crooked River. Ten cars
o f material were in the railroad
yard at Metolius last Friday ready
to go to the river. The boarding
cars for the bridge crews were
sent to the river last week. It is
stated that the steel arrived at
the bridge site yesterday in suf­
ficient quantity for work to com­
BRIDGE CREW S ARE
mence. In about a week a large
crew
o f men will be put on.
N O W AT THE RIVER
The Missouri Valley Bridge &
Iron Co. has the contract for
building the bridge.
Work on
the bridge, which will be 350 feet
Rush Orders Given to Has­
high from the river, will be pros­
ten the Building to
ecuted from each side o f the
stream, and connection made in
Completion
the center of the span.
No definite date has been set
for the completion o f the bridge,
but the assurance is given that
The Spokesman has received
all possible speed will lie made.
information from an authentic
source that work on the building
The Redmond ball team played
of the big Oregon Trunk Line
bridge over Crooked river, near at Prineville Sunday and were
this city, has commenced and will defeated 19 to 2. Redmond was
be pushed forward at a rapid weak in her pitching staff and
rate so the track layers can get lacked team work.
E
All Material for Crooked
River Bridge In Now
On the Way
REFRESHING DRINKS
for the
WHOLE WORLD
II
can be had at our New Soda
Fountain— the best appointed
fountain in the county. If you
are thirsty, come in and let us
serve you with your favorite
drink.
Y ou’ll like our service.
NORWOOD & ANDERSON
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