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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1911)
Redmond ud Vicinity
Brotherhood of Owl«, Next No. 122
witli Redmond that ho states lie
did not know of any place where
he rather live than right here in
this mnn’a town.
Voting man, you can get plenty
Ma*to avary Friday niiilu in Khrrt
Visiting «vuili. r* iimu-<| ii> of comfort in hot weather by let
K. K. Mil l t. Kx.m ilv.
ting oh make you one of our dan
J, O. C« hii > v, S. i
THE STORK OF
dy made-to-measure auita, in
Crook County Abstract Co. light, nail, fashionably correct
Gregory’s Variety Store.
Up-to-dats aat o f Abstract II.H.k« 48-tf
All work icoarantfixl. Wr | i I mi I okhi | i I i
U. K. Wild.,
i . tat \.
Kreah green onions, 10 cents a
bunch, two hunches for 10 cents
Edwin Maxey arrived lust week at the Pioneer Meat Market. Il'Jtf
from Lincoln, Neb., and wiil go
on hia forty aerea he Uiught
The Mangel ls»ys were in from
about a mile weat o f the city. Forked Morn Butte Tuesday and
He expects to begin Immediate t«s)k out a 4-horse load of lumlter
improvement on his land.
from the Tum-A-Lum Lumlier
| Co’s. yard.
Farm for aale or rent. Enquire
I-et us do your next order of
o f H. A. Shenk, Redmond, 81tf
commercial job printing.
Money Invested in Lots in Mel grade work am) prices satisfac
Park NOW, will doni.le in tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
the next year.
We pay cash for fresh eggs.
Word has been received by The Pioneer Meat Market.
Spokesman from J. K. Macpher
Mrs. M. Howard o f Cline
son who la now in Ixw Angeles,
was in the city last Thurs
that he intends to return to Red-
mond early in July.
Home msde mince mest at the
If you are going to paint see
Pioneer Meat Market
Jackson. It will pay you. -Witf
Gentlemen, why not come at
•nee and let ua take your meas
are for that new tailor made suit
so we can have It here for you
by the 4th o f July. We guaran
tee you satisfaction.
Gregory's Variety Store.
In the center of Melrose Park
addition to Redmond is located
the only public Park within the
city limits, it covers five acres.
J. J. (¡abler o f Dayton, Wn.t
arrived here last week and is
looking the country over with a
The Spokesman has received a view to investing. He is much
letter from Harry Kennard who pleased with what he has so far
ia now in the Alberta country. A seen o f this section.
synopsis o f the letter is in anoth
If you are going to build see
er part o f this issue.
the Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co. for
Buy a "Motor Washer" for the your building material. They
There is nothing belter. have a complete stock and you
will not be held up for lack of
Jackson sells them.
Steeson and Conqueror
ARE THE BEST
Large bundles old newspapers
See the Universal Ranges at
for sale. 10 cents. Empty candy
Jacksoni. The quality is high.
buckets. 15 cents.
The price low.
Mrs. J. F. Hoech returned last
week from her visit to Portland.
o r in g
v ersa l
The Easy Slip brand
s a tis fa c t i o n
2 f o r 25c
f o r a lo n g tim e, and
g u a r a n te e
g o e s w ith all o f th ese
The Kaiser Brand, new
est and best
clo th e s g iv e s th e p u r
u tm o st co n fi-
50 a n d 75c
d e cc e , w h ich is n ever
im p osed on .
12* to 50c
all the latest styles
$2.00 to $5.00
WARNER’S RUST PROOF CORSETS
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.
M u slin U n d e r w e a r
C o rse t C o v e rs , C o m b in a tio n S u its, U n d e rs k irts
s o a i *S!
Bob White, white laundry, the bar... .05
100 bars $4.50
White Borax N a p h ta ........... the bar .05
Golden Star Laundry..................
Ivory S o a p ....................................
Fairy S o a p ....................................
I^ava S o a p ......................................
Palm Olive, hand s o a p ...........
DRY W HOLE M ILK, a new article. One
can equals six cans of Condensed
milk, per c a n ....................................... 30c
Fresh Ripe Pineapples, each............... 40c
lb. t in s ........25c
Dill Pickles, bulk, q u a rt.........................25c
Coal Oil, per gal ......
Lynch & Roberts
THE STORE OF LOWER PRICES AN D BETTER VALUES
We Close at 6:30 p. m.
Exrept Saturday, 10 p. m.
the state will be started this year.
It has just been learned that
railroad surveyors will be sent
about July 1 to select the best
route fromthe two rights of ways,
For that tired, overheated feel the Oregon Eastern and the
ing our soda fountain and ice Boise & Western. As the Harri-
man system must get busy at
cream will revive you.
once in order to hold the right-
M e n d e n h a l l ' s .
of-way through the Malheur can
yon, the coming o f surveyors to
this section indicates that all the
If you love your wife buy her
announcement that have been re
a pound o f that nicely assorted
peatedly made by railroad officials
candy at Mendenhall's.
in this city during the past few
months will be made good.
Mrs. J. C. Williams returned
A dispatch from Vale sa.vS: A N ew F irm
last Thursday evening from an
extended visit with relatives in Railroad officials in the cijv again
in B u s in e s s
Denver. Whlie she was gone states that work on the Oregon
The C. R. Mcl,allin Co. is the
her husband built a cozy and at Eastern railroad from this city
tractive residence on their prop- into the interior nnd on across name o f a new firm that has re
Lisle and Silk Lisle,
Come in NOW and
let us take your
All Wool Garments
measure for a
Are Absolutely Guaranteed
TO BUILD LINE
50c t o $2.00
g o o d s h ave g iv e n u n i
You can always get fresh I k >-
logna and weiners at the Pioneer
Mr. Regan o f Medford, who
has property intrests in this city,
arrived here last week for a short
atay. He is so much pleased
The 'veil known Argonaut
brand, marie full
in th e co u n tr y . T h e ir
erty on the corner of 10th and A
streets. It was a surprise to
Mrs. Williams to return and find
the new house.
e sta b lish m e n t
The Pioneer Meat Market has
moved from E street and is now-
Screen doors st the Turn-A - located in the Bates building on
fith street between I) and E
Lum Lumber Co.
streets. In their new location
Wolf & Co., the proprietors will
Ben McCaffery recently pre have much more rtxtmin which to
sented the Redmond Public Li- j handle their increasing business.
brary with a complete set of
Charles Dickens' works.
New goods almost daily at
The Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
has lime, cement and brick at
their yard. ___
$3.00 to $5.00
P o p u la r P rice d T a il
Lynch & Roberts
We give the best o f service, tla-
Cascade Creamery Butter— the
best the market affords, and em U*st made cun Is* (»ought at the
ploy white help only at the < >reg- Pioneer Meat Market
George L. W haler,
Joe Domoro, while working
Manager Miller o f the local
A little son o f S. R. Snider
line last Friday west of
o f this city, fell from a wagon
fell from a pole and
one evening last week end the
some injuries upoul the
wagon wheel badly crushed
serious, hut pain
Two vacant comers on E st rt-et
Peter Schtittler Wagons, the
between Hotel and Depot lonx light running kind.
100, also two comers, ftoxino sells them.
same location. Jones Lam I < '< >m -
The Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
pany for terms.
has a largo stock o f dry lumber
The Oregon Cafe Is now o|**n Of all kinds.
day and night Freeh oysters
I-ast Wednsday Mrs. J. A. Wil
in any style at all times. You
cox entertained in honor o f her
will like our service.
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gaskill of
California. Those present were
President! Brewer o f the Red
o f the Junijier
mond Bank o f Commerce return
Reading Circle and
ed from a trip to Portland and
number o f twenty.
Spokane last week.
ments were served and a pleasant
social hour enjoyed.
Ladies, come in and sec our
new line o f dress goods in mo
Ladies' culling cards, the lat
hairs, Danish and Poplar cloths,
est style cards and type, printed
cashmere, voiles, serges, linens,
to resemble copper plate print at
etc., just received.
The Spokesman office.
Gregory’s Variety Store.
THE STORE OF
cently gone into business in this
city. The firm has leased prop
erty on E street and will build
a warehouse there. C. R. Mc-
Lallin o f this city, is the active
member of the concern, and the
company is prepared to do all
kinds o f electrical and pluming
work, and carries a full line of
supplies. Attention is called to
their advertisement in this issue
in regard to installing house
BY FROST HERE
Butter and Eggs
tion last Friday night did very
little damage to growing crops.
The Spokesman has made inquir
ies among the farmers and
ranchers and as far as can he
learned none o f their crops suf
D. C. Cole reported that
his corn was not even nipped,
and his other crops did not show
any effects. Geo. Ehlers. Finis
Woods. Earl Benton and others
state that their crops were prac
did considerable damage in the
Ice f o r Sale
We have some fine ice for sale
in any quanity at the Star ranch
at Tuma'.o. Oregon.
The frost that struck this sec-
G. W. Wimer & Son.