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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
MONEY SAVING GOODS
A few articles we carry in stock that
we DKFV COMPETION ON:
AROUND THE COUNTY
B r ie f N ews o f the Variou s
A man near Prineville has an
acre o f peanuts that are growing
Combs and Hair Goods
Linens. I .aw ns. Silks. W or
steds. Trimmings. Ginghams.
Pereales. Prints. White G ikh I s ,
Wide Sheetings, Bleached and
Unbleached Domestic Flan
A fine line o f Dressing. Puff.
Back and Side Combs, Hair
Switches. Puffs. Turbans.Hair
Nets and all kinds o f Hair
The town well at Culver gives
an unlimited supply o f water and
arrangements are being made to
pipe the town.
The Culver brass bend recent
ly gave a concert and social that
was a big success.
Toilet Goods, Peroxide. Bay
Rum. Queen Louises, Massage
Ladies' Knit and Muslin Un
and Cold Creams, Perfumes.
derwear. Ready to Wear Gar
ments. Waists, Skirts, Hos Witch Hazel. Vasalones. Tal
cum Powders, etc.
iery, Corsets, C h i l d r e n 's
This department is complete,
all kinds o f Crayons. Pencils.
Dress and Work Shirts. Col
lars. Til's. Suspenders. Arm
Blank Books, Pens. Ink, etc.
Bands. Collar and Cuff But
Dishes and Glassware
tons. Underwear. Boys’ Un
derwear. work and
Fine line o f Dishes and
Shirts. Caps. etc.
Glassware. Granite, Tin and
Porcelain goods o f every de
scription. Kitchen Furnish
Embroidery o f all kinds. In ings, etc.
sertions. Laces. Ribbons. Knit
ting Silks. Silk and Cotton
Threads. Needles, Thimbles.
Baseball Gloves. Balls. Play
Handkerchiefs. Dress Shields, ing Cards, Card Games, Visit
large and small rugs and a ing Cards, Post Cards, Buggy-
large assortment o f Small No Whips. Bridles. Bits, full line
o f Small Hardw are, etc.
Ten pieces Sheapard’s Plaid Dress Suitings
to close out, per yard ........................
We are agents for some o f the Best Tailoring Concerns in
the country. We are also agents for the Ladies’ Home Jour
nal Dress Patterns.
W e guarantee satisfaction in every way when you deal
YOURS FOR BUSINESS.
GREGORYS VARIETY STORE
Corner 6th and E Sts., Redmond.
I. D. B A S E Y ’ S
M eat M ark et
HOSE who have been buying of
us since we opened our market
are well pleased with our meats
and the service afforded.
W e are get
ting new customers daily, and would
like to add your name to the list. Can
we do so ?
Let us fill your next order for meat;
you will be satisfied
Tum=A=Lum Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Will give prices delivered at yard
or Roberts B ros’ , mill.
Office and Yard 2 blocks east o f Redmond Hotel, Redmond
A group o f hot springs have
been discovered near I-uPine
from which water flows at u
temperature o f from VI to 130
degrees. The springs are all o f
a different mineral.
A force o f men are working
day and night on the Deschutes
Irrigation C o’s, project near I at
Madras people are trying to
raise enough money to sprinkle
the city streets with oil.
AT OUR NEW GENERAL STORE WILL
BE ENTIRELY SATISFYING TO YOU
For we have opened up a stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
and GENT’S FURNISHINGS that will
appeal to you. No shelf-worn goods,
but everything new and up-to-date.
The prices on these we have made con
sistent with the quality of the goods,
and solicit a share of your patronage.
Jackson Blk. opp. Postoffice
The new machinery for the
Madras Flouring Mills will soon
arrive, and when installed the
ELEGANT DISC 0 MF 0 RT,
output o f the mills will In* in
• Gl. —pn« .f Hi,* Lif. In Frane. R.
creased from 50 to 75 barrels
I . r . i h . T i m i oI L o u > . X I V .
•orne one railed hi» attention to an
inaertption inaile «itti a diamond
U|>on the rentrai pane of the hay
« i n d o » overlooking the Thame., in
IS SALES DM
Bcfore ili.- rngn of Intuir \ IV in «lu* h T • name »a. improperly con
France ther«- « u a peri«*! »lieti nected with that of a celebrated
The Madras city council is still
palare, »ere Hot »ery conifnrtable German darner D'i*r»«v took an
wrestling with the problem o f piarea in whlch to live Tliev »ere
I orange from a di.h, coolly remark-
selling their munici|>al bonds.
magniticontly decorateli. but thè ing upon the Ifood Ijtialitv of tha
«indo», «ere am.ill and not »eli fruit and to.*ed it tip in the air aer
An examination for the posi plared, and thè r«om» »rere fiìled erai time*, then, a. though by acci-
tion o f rural mail carriers will Ee « u h mugnificent hut not partirli ; tient, he ;-a»e it a wider rant and
lari? oomfortable furniturt- lire* aent it through the offending pane,
held at Madras Sept. 2.
»■ ere .eldotn llghtcd in thè ini- knocking the gla.. into the Thainea
menae, beaiitifulljr «rulptured mar- — “ Meant and I Hind lee”
Laying o f sidetracks to accom ble fi repiare, r .n a llv thè onlv tire
modate the Deschutes Railroad « a . to l>e fotind in thè U'di luUTlln-r
I » ifr
with the Oregon Trunk Line at
Vrr.aillea, in lf»M, il i» reported, gift to man and thè rar- .t g,
Metolius has l>een completed.
the water and the wine froze in tli
earth hold«,” remark ec) Mr. Jarphly
' king'* gla.««-. at table.
Mme. de the other morning. "She 1« hi* joy,
The million gallon fuel oil tank Mainteiion «ut in a chair with wing, hi. inapiration and In* very ton).
The Central Oregon Ijvctock
for the Oregon Trunk Line at to it to protect her from draft«. Through her he learn* to r«-a- h the Association, with head«|uartrr»
It waa riiatomary to protect one- pure and true, and her loving hand* at Redmond, will hold their sec-
Metolius is finished.
ae!f from cold by folding screen* lead hint softly over the rough
oml horse and stock sale on Mon
and portable hraziert.
place*. She I»” —
The Prineville schools will op
day. August 21st, and continu*
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en Oct. 2 —when the new school parlor* consisted of ■ arv.-d wooden .olem n lv Merennah, what wi. k
| until all the st<x*k list«.*] is «old.
house will be finished.
benehe*, »tool*, heavy chair* and ne*, hnie yon l»-en up |„
It is stated that there will be
great gilded leather armchair* and 1 Truth.
plenty o f buyers at the sab-, and
Claims for water on Crooked ebony rahinrt* and rolfrr», which;
anyone having horm-a or »tuck
aerved for »eat* and even lied*, and I
River are being adjudicated by
which held linen, »liver and clothe*.
“ John,” a*ked Mr*. Gorkin«, they are desirous o f selling arv
Water Supt. Cochran at Prine
requested to list same at o n «
One might wander for a long “ what i« a ‘political eon game?*”
time through these lahvrintlia of
"M hv. it'»— if'» » frameiip, you w ith W. G. Phoenix, secretary of
rooma liefore reaching the onlv in know.”
Bend people are agitating the habited room, the hedc ham her.
"Ye*, but V»lint i« a frameup?”
“ A er piece of bnnk. of I o>ir*e ;
comimssion form o f city govern which was lietter protecti*! from
Stinting space in store adver
■ Irafta, had u fire in it and more can't you” —
tising has the inevitable effect
comfortable »eat» than the other
"YY'hat i« a pu-ec of bunk?"
"stingmesa” produces in
“ <»b. »buck»!" ev. luimcl Yfr Dor Hint
The Boy Scouts o f Bend to the rooma.
km«. ' YYlial'» the use of trving to
number o f 13 made the first hike
4 ^ -
room. Friend* and acouaintance* N-ll a woman anything about ^di-
They went as far as wen- received there. The door of
t ‘hicago Tribune
Tumalo creek, and brought back thi* room wn* clooetl, Imt all tlo
a 35-foot flag pole that will be ot her door* were open, and prr«on*
H*r S*nlim «nt».
came and went ». they pleased, ad
erected in front o f their lodge.
It is related of a eb-rgvinan who
Two heavy rain storms visited
mitted and guided - :v
one. -■■ nl
and '*Uli •“ ‘‘ ‘tion Monday.
......... of . " a charming
- ........... . »mi
O ne or-
though there might be mor.-tbail s b*,aut.f..l ds.igl.tcr that one
one dav eurre.l in the afternoon
Second Horse and Stock
Sales to Be Held Here
on Above Hate
A soda water Itottling factory hundred sonants in the house. The
has been started at Bend.
master of the house. on le v mg th-
hedchamlier, might find persona en
tir«-ly unknown to him wandering.
sitting or even taking ns|is here
and there almut tha room*. The
*erviee of the servant* wn* so poor,
one ehronif ler says, that no on«- was
surprised at la-mg told that lie must
go to l«e«l without »tipper.
Thu celebrated literary nn«l social
James Trapman arrived here leailer Mme. d<- Itamhoiiilh-t intro
this week from Lyndon, Wn., dnce«l u change in tli«- fashion «if
bon»'- building and furnishing, and
and will make R«-dmond his fu
royalty promptly copied her inno
ture home. He bought a busi vation*.— New York I’ reaa.
ness lot on fith street north o f the
Bank o f Commerce for $1000,
with the intention o f building on
R. Dyksterouis is another arri
val from Lyndon this week. He
Ixmght land near the city and it
is understood he will Etegin im-
mehiate improvements on same,
J. W. Moore and family o f Eu
gene, have located in the city.
They bought Miss Jones’ house
and moved it onto their lot on
7th street Itetween C and I)
State Treasurer Kay has an
nounced the apportionment o f
the common school funds among
the various counties.
county’s share is $4,654.08.
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while preparing his Sunday termon o ’clock »nil ik
he w*. ...ddcnly called sway from
oth<‘ r during the
hit desk on a mission of mere, The n *
" " , r" rain fell and the
«entwin-«- at which he left off »«« Kruuml received a good soaking,
tlii*: *1 never see a voting man of This is the first rain in this sec-
wplon.li.I physique and the promise tion for a number o f weak*
: of » glorious nmiihoo<| ulmiost real-
-zed I -"1 n.v heart ,* HUH with rap.
A c k n o w le d g e m e n t
turn and «IHight *
Ilia dnughler, hap|M-ning lo enter I D IIS IS 1 0 CERTIFY that I
the study, **» the sermon and read havp "v e iv e d settlement in full
the word- Sitting down »he wrote for damage done hv f i r e to mv
“ Mv sentiment,
" 'ments, nana
ckpo,-« Hotiae. nre on lo July
I®H. The Northern As-
surance Company Ltd., insured
and his frhm .r!......¡'•'•"hhed . m y building through their local
nnu in* fri- n,| persuaded him to Ugent G \l «1
A prominent churchman who i« forgive a "-¡«Mir .«I,
• M s|«-u">-i*«t
«*■ very satisfactori-
very fond of a joke tell* of an Inni had a •landing fend for some 1
>’• I heartily recommend this
atnnsing incident in conjunction i ears.
with an ordination ceremony in
I h«- neighbor came to the dying
to anyone wishing to
Y irginia. A* ia iihiih I on such oc man * Ud-dde.
insure their property.
casions, the bishop wore a red uni
After they had .liaki-n hands and
S. J, Anker,
ma.le (M-ace the dying „.an ey.
Versify hood at the hack of his sur
plice. Among the most interested
of the congregation was an old
“ If r get better, Donald, rc.ne,n.
Miss L T. Jones left this morn
darky from Richmond. After tin- I«er all this goes f<)r naught.” __
ceremony he was aakeil by some one Pear»on's Weekly.
ing for Pueblo. Col., her old
how lie liked the proceedings.
i»mc. She was accompanied by
^ » c« For Fun,
“ I was clean taken by de preach
' ;,h'l her niece, Mi.**
in’ of de bishop,n answered the ne
ar,b who had been
gro, “ an’ at de same time 1 fell have
* ' ’h h l »Ml
,.r a , would
.....I.IJ. L- V humorist
"" o f Hjtendmg the summer here.
kinder sorry for him. lie ain't got effort.
no wimmen to look after him, has this man anmc one . n„| to IlilT.,
j “ Poor fellow, he is a l«a\ *
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Oakes and
“ Why, what makes yon think ' chase
Miss Hila Morse left today for
that, 8 am r
And the joke always wins,” Du- tho Mr illamette Valley in th e v i-
“ I noticed, sail, w henever do bish ma* observed mildly.
nnity of Eugene, on a trip for
op turneij round dat de back of his
coat was busted an’ de red under
M ig h , M . . „ E .lh .r,
shirt was a-showin’ through.”
h i^bad mil
T h s R**sure«ful Count O'Orsay.
D’Orsiiy wa» once dining at the
Old Ship hotd at Greenwich when
Sn" 11' l*ring
A ''""«'imment of ginals for
. . n’’ 1,
r-W «-l-ron t l„ , 7 ............... .
i r rriv'"' h*re
Pwl,"-Ht«-I to rail on S.