The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, June 22, 1911, Image 3

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    Redmond Md Vicinity
Brotherhood of (Mu, Next No. 122
R ED M O N D , OREGON
M i'x ta » v a ry K rtilay n ig h t In K h ro l
hullillng.
V ialtliiK inomlMTB Invit.-.l to
atloml.
K. K M ii . i . m , Kaorullva
J. O. Cool ►.*, tUe.
Crook County Abstract Co.
tlm'or|Mirato<l)
l '| l t o i l a t o aot o f At.at r a il llaaika
A ll w o rk guarani«*«**!.
W o |th<>l»gra|>h
tho iwcoraa.
II. K Wiki«-, w m - t a r y ,
1’im ovillo. Ur«*.
hraaka. Mr. Itodman will live
this summer on the Myers plucc
near town that he Ixxight. and
Mr. Bush will occupy the Ben
Mel atfery house on the corner
o f 6th and F streets.
^ oung man. you can get plenty
of comfort in hot weather by let-
tilin’ us iiiuk«* you one o f our dan-
dy made-to-measure suits, in
light, cool, fuxhionahly correct
fabrics.
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Gregory’s Variety Store.
Quit« n number o f base hull
Potatoes for sale by H. A
form from her« wont to H«nd Sat­ Schenk, Itedmoml.
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urday afternoon to a««* the Red-
mond and Bend teams play.
The swimming hole in the east­
ern part o f the city has great at­
Farm for aide or rent Enquire tractions for the kids th«*se hot
of H. A. Shook, Redmond. 31tf <lays.
S. M. Collins of Krna, I j l , ur-
rived here I ant week, and will be
come a permanent resident. He
has Ixiught land here ami is de­
lighted with the climate. A num-
l»er of people in Eros are think­
ing of coming to thin aection.
Fresh green onions, 10 cents a
bunch, two hunches for 16 cents
at the Pioneer Meat Market. 39tf
Is*t us do your next order of
commercial job printing.
High
grade work and prices satisfac­
tory. The Redmond S|s>kesman.
Mon«*y invented in I>»tx in Mel-
The Johnson Bros. ’ store build­
nme Park NOW, will double in
ing
on north 0th street is being
the next year.
advanced along rapidly by the
Home made mince meut at the contractors, Bcvard & Gant.
Pioneer M«*at Market.
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We pay cash for fresh eggs.
Pioneer
M«*at Market.
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Wonder what han become of
the ice man. He sure could do
If you are going to paint see
tiuaineaa a whole lot these hot
Jackson, it will pay you. 40tf
day a.
Gentlemen. why not come at
once and let ua take your mesa-
ure for that new tailor made auit
so we can have it here for you
by the 4th of July. We guaran-
tee you aatiafaetion.
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Gregory’ ! Variety Store.
Lynch & Roberts
THE STORE OF
LOWER PRIEES
Fred Wallace was over from
Ijiidlaw last week to meet the
Northern Pacific railroad officials
Gents’ Furnishings
HATS
Steeson and Conqueror
Brands
ROYAL TAILORS
ARE THE BEST
$3.00 to $5.00
SHIRTS
The well known Argonaut
brand, made full
Popular Priced Tail­
oring: establishment
in the country. Their
good»« have given uni-
vernal natinfac t i o n
for a long time, and
the guarantee that
goen with all o f these
clothes gives the pur­
chaser utmost conli-
decce, which is never
imposed on.
50c to $2.00
COLLARS
The Easy Slip brand
2 for 25c
NECKTIES
The Kaiser Brand, new­
est and best
50 and 75c
SOCKS
Lisle and Silk Lisle,
fancy colors
Come in NOW and
ROYAL TAILORS’
let us take your
All Wool Garments
measure for a
Are Absolutely Guaranteed
Summer Suit
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M
M
$2.00 to $5.00
Corset Covers, Combination Suits, Underskirts
GROCERY
SOAPS!
DEPARTM ENT
SOAPS!
A FEW SPECIALTIES
Bob White, white laundry, the bar .. .05
“
“
“
100 bars $4.50
White Borax Naphta ............ the bar .05
Golden Star Laundry...............
44
.05
Ivory Soap..................................
“
.05
Fairy Soap..................................
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.05
Lava S o a p ...................................
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.10
Palm Olive, hand soap...........
44 12V2
DRY W HOLE M ILK, a new article. One
can equals six cans of Condensed
milk, per can........................................ 30c
Fresh Ripe Pineapples, each ............... 40c
Canned
“
21/2 lb. t in s ........25c
Dill Pickles, bulk, q u a rt.........................25c
Coal Oil, per g a l .........................................30c
Lynch & Roberts
THE STORE OF LOWER PRICES AN D BETTER VALUES
We Close at 6:30 p. m.
Except Saturday, 10 p. m.
Redmond, Oregon
of Sheridan, this state, arrived night and have gone to house
here last week and are looking keeping on their ranch a mile
around with a veiw to buying from this city.
land and locating. They are
very much pleased with this sec­
tion of the state.
For that tired, overheated feel­
ing our soda fountain and ice
cream will revive you.
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M endenhall ’ s .
WE BUY
Butter and Fggs
his family who was expected to
arrive from N«»braska. but the\
did not arrive, and will not get
here until some time this wees
S. B. and Ed Driver, and W. E.
W«x>deox, all o f VVamic, were
here last week on their way to
A Pair o f Trousers
Klamath Falls. They are old
or a Fancy Vest
At the annual school meeting friends o f the Zumwalt brothers
FREE.
held here the 19th B. A. Kendall and Dave Miller.
We are offering for a short time was re-elected director, and W.
Mrs. Palmeteer, mother of
only, with every suit, or coat and H. Anderson elected clerk for
Dave Miller of this city, returned
trousers ordered from the
one year.
last Saturday to her home in
Globe Tailoring Co.,
Wamic after aseveral days’ visit
Cincinnati, Ohio,
If you love your wife buy her
here with her son and friends.
an extra pair of trousers or fan­ a pound o f that nicely assorted
cy vest, free. Measures taken at candy at Mendenhall’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Norval and Mrs.
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regory s ariety tore
Laura Zumwalt o f Wamic, who
Roy A. Bush, cashier o f the had been visiting relatives here,
W. S. Riximan and family ar­ State Bank o f Redmond, went left for their homes last Satur­
G. W. Moore and C. H. Baker rived here from Omaha Sunday to Fall bridge last week to meet day.
attractive
the city— ice cream
ice cream always
right. 49tf M
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the same institutmn, received handle the Prineville business
their household goods from Ne- when the mail reaches that placv.
Hamilton-Browns,
all the latest styles
Muslin Underwear
. ALL’S.
’ .
SHOES
Good style. Yes, the best there is.
A wearer of a Warner’s does not look
uncomfortable. Quite the reverse. She
looks as though she really enjoyed
wearing her corsets. Even poor dress­
ing cannot conceal the lines that a good
corset will give. Warner’s ! Well, it’s
the best we know. You may be stout or
very slender, but we can fit you with a
Warner’s— fit you comfortably, too, with
a corset that cannot rust, break or tear.
The J. C. Williams residence
See the Universal Rnng«*s at
on the corner o f 10th and A
Jacks«>ns. The quality is high.
streets in Elling«»r'8 Addition,
The price low.
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will lie finished this week.
Freight received one «lay in Red­
mond
should land in Prineville
—
Screen d«iors at the Tnm-A-
Ladies' calling cards, the lat­ the next. Nothing to it. Sept­
Lum Lumber Co.
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est style cards and type, printed ember 1 will see the rails laid to
to resemble copi>er plate print at the Hub City. Mr. Slocum says.
Ranchers and farmers are very-
The Spokesman office.
much pleased with the w«*ather
Coolest and most
these days. It is just hot enough
Large bundles old newspapers place in
our
to make the mips grow gotxi.
for sale, 10 cents. Empty candy parlor and
buckets. 16 cents.
endenhall s
You can always get fresh bo­
endenhall s
logna and weiners at the Pioneer
Editor Turner o f the Madras
Meat Market,
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New goods almost daily at
Pioneer, was in Redmond Sunday
Jackson's.
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The Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
on his way to the Powell Buttes
has linn», cement and brick at
Prineville Journal: G. M. Slo­ «wintry.
their yard.
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cum. cashier o f the Redmond
Good pure, fresh candies, as­
Ijist w«M»k President W. S. Bank of Commerce, was a busi­
sorted
flavors, 26 cts per pound.
Rodman «>f the State Rank o f ness visitor Tuesday. He says
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endenhall s
Redmond, an«! Cashier Bush of that Redmond is gettine ready to
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12* to 50c
WARNER’S RUST PROOF CORSETS
in the center o f Melrose Park
addition to Itedmond is locat«*d
the only public Park within the
city limits, it covers five acres.
Buy a "Motor Waaher” for the
home.
There is nothing better.
If you are going to build see
Jackson sells them.
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the Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co. for
your building material. They
Mr. Smith. representing the have a complete stock and you
pa[ier house o f Blake. McFall & will not hi* held up for lack of
Co., Portland, was here last material.
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week selling gixxls to the merch­
This section o f the county look­
ants.
ed pretty gissl to the visiting
We give the ln*at of service. the railroad officials nnd newspaper
l>est the market affortla. and em­ men last week.
ploy white help only at the Oreg­
Cascade Creamery Butter—the
on Cafe.
George 1.. Wheeler,
liest mude can he bought at the
proprietor.
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Pioneer Meat Market.
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Two vacant corner» on E street
between Hotel and Depot l(M)x
The contractor expects to have
100, also two comers. 60x100 the new annex to the Hotel Red­
same location. Jones (.and Com­ mond complete«! by July 1st
pany for terms.
Peter Schüttler Wagons, the
Many Redmond |x*ople are light running kind.
Jackson
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raising large numbers of chick­ sells them.
ens this year.
\S~/ &
Yiie strawberry shortcake fes­
tival
given by the ladies of the
The Oregon Cafe is now o|ien
Presbyterian
church in Ehret’s
«lay and night.
Fr«‘sh oysters
hall
last
Wednesday
evening
in any style at all times. You
drew
a
g«*>d
crow«!
and
a satis­
will like our service.
factory sum «if money was secur-
1 Julies, come in and see our ed for the building fund.
new line of dress goods in mo­
The Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
hairs, Danish and Poplar cloths,
cashmere, voiles, serges, linens, has a large stock of dry lumber
of all kinds.
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etc., just receive«!.
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Gregory’s Variety Store.
The most satisfactory 5 cent
cigar in the city the "R. B.”
Next Sumiay, the 26th. is
You will like them after you
Children's Day at the M. E.
have smoked one.
church. An interesting program
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has been prepare«!.
THE STORE OF
BETTER VALLES
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