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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
Redmond and Vicinity
Member» of the Juni|M*r Road
- Ciri'l«' will pl«*ii»*' Ink*’ nolle«*
that the ( ‘lol> library on Japan
Jms I mm 'H reeeiv«'«! from (he Slate
J ilnarian. The tiooktt un* at th«*
Jioine «if Mr». I. I„ Osborne and
nmv I»- iHirniwed by memlN'r» of
the Cirrle at any time.
<«nt hike and other pointa. They eil
M,K,llt ,Wo ,wuirht moat of It up to make in-
to lead iM-neila. Thin wood i» as
Fresh weinen» and bologna
tedar for that iMirpoae.
*'V« ry «lu> th«* km.I that you'll
like ut th l*i«ineer Meut Mar-
We |«ay th«* highest markel
l»ri«-e in cash for butter and «‘trip*.
Urina them in to ua. Pioneer
N ''"1 Monday 1» th«* second
day to I»- held by the
i l >" >
OF INTEREST TO YOU
W e have received our first big consignment
Mr. and .Mm' Cha». Moma and
" r* ‘
H Miaa l.izzie Hartón ate chicken
aired crowd of hovera unii dinner with J. E. I-arrib and M’ife
of FALL SHOES from the Hamilton-Brown
The moat aatiafaetory 5 noit
« ufur m the city the “ It H •• ællem will Ite prettent
Shoe Co. of St. Louis, Mo.
[You Mill like them after you
In th«* e«'nter of M«'lri>He Park
Cooleat nn«l moat attractive
have smoked one.
addition to Kednioml is loeuteil place in the city our ice cream
It is a well known fact that the Hamilton-
M knukniiall M.
the only public Park M'ithin the l*arl«ir and ice cream alM’aya
Brown Shoe Co. is the largest shoe factory in
|*rof. J. A. Thompann has ‘ l,y limita, it eovem five ucr«‘N. right. 41«f M knp KNIIAU.’ s .
the U. S. and their products are the best that
[heen «'iigag«*<l for another ytar
can possibly be manufactured for the prices
undemtood that Arthur
F'Vank Phoenix ia Huffering
11 the _______
school I »>11111
| ( Purk. Mr». Jarrett and a lemph'ton urul family Mill ststii M'ith an altceaa on hi» cheek that
W e were very fortunate in securing
lady t«'aeher from Salem have ul move onto their n«nch and II. c. i» very painful at time», and
the agency for this large factory’, which gives
Herrick and family will occupy hurt* as had as it look*,
[> i I-■«•i« engag«*«!.
their house on 7th ntre«'t.
our customers the same advantage in buying
If you Mant satisfactory luva«!
S*'«' the Univemal Rang«*» at
shoes that your city friends have.
|. . ^son». Th«' «rullìi v is U gh .
The Pioneer M« at Market has a,,<* P*u,tr>r use the "H«**t" flour,
Th«' price low.
adopted the strictly «-ash system
by the Redmond Feed A
prices to suit all customers.
I)o not fail to
and can therefore save y « hi mon- Fuel L*o. Duct* you uae it. you'll
ha . «• no otli.-r.
Frank Seaton, representing a ey on all purchases.
look over our line when in need of shoes. If
Portland *choo| furnitur«' supply
you buy a pair of Hamilton-Brown Shoes you
There are many North I>ako-
t t 11. was here hut week tr.ung; Last week 3. Anker received
will I k * a satisfied customer, and that is what we are striving fo r -
I to »ell the fumitun* that Mill I m * the insurance mon.w for dam- tmuns in the Redmond District
™needed in the m w Bchool I mnmm
d< ne 1
the a,"l it Mill not lw long before
to satisfy our customers is satisfaction to ourselves.
recent lire th«re. The s.ttle- there are enough of these g«ssJ
(ssiple hen* to hoi«) a North Da-
\ 11 kind» of fresh vegetables! ment men satisfactory.
k«»ta day and have a reunion.
| always on hund at the Pioneer
if you Mant just a little better
T m o vacant corners on E street
smoke try a bulletin Cigar-the
11«>t«*l and Dc|>ot 11 Hix
J P ttoherty o f this city, and, best 5c cigar on the mark. !.
I m « i corners. 50x100
Allen Wilcoxen of Powell Uuttea.
M kndfnmall ' b
This has always been a serious problem
same location. Jones Lanil Com-
had good luck on their recent
with the parents.
W e believe that this wor
hunting trip f«»r tag game. Ik-
Urn Alton Raney of this citv. pany for terms.
h« rty said «leer Mere very plenti- |,.fl thli weck
ry can he overcome to a large degree if you
Tom Forhan was given the de
ill “ ml “
a" p" y m* ttpr «*» Iniy a fall an.l winter st.a k of
buy for your children H AM ILTO N -B R O W N
sin«>t the days limit of game, j millinery g«w*is she m ill have on cision over Ki«l Thompson in the
SCHOOL SHOES. They will last longer and
sale here «-arly in September.
the opera house.
<;.««! pure, fresh candi«*s, as
sortisi flavors. 25 eta per pound.
Money invested in Luts in Mel
M knpknmall ' s .
Thc finest homes in Redmond
rose Park NOW. M'lll double in
PRICES A L W A Y S R EASO N ABLE.
will lie ¡«sated in licuutiful MEI*-
the next year.
H A. Jarrard, a brother of
KOSE PARK with its large lots
Mrs. W. A. (eihlen who r«'e«'ntlyj Mayor Jon«*.* mid J. W. Itrevv- an«i wide strveta and avenues,
arnv.sl frtan Seattle. is helping vr presuient of the itedmond on t*u‘ hi»rh».*«t elevation within
at th.- R.simond Steam Uundry. |lank uf Commerce. left last On* c‘ ty limits, with irrigation
Saturtlay t«i atten«i the ( ‘entral wa**'r on every lot.
H r Clos* it 6:30 p. m.
Peter Sohultler Wagons, the I Oregon I*evelopment league
Except Saturday, 10 p. m.
light running kin«!.
Jackson meeting at Astoria this week.
Nlr». Ashley Forr«*st who ar-
Butter and Eggs
m II s them.
rived here a short time ago to
Huy a “ M«>tor Washer" for the i° in her huahand. is now living
A c«illar inmer for ironing and
There is n.Uhing better. in th‘ ‘ir residence in Mountain
Ipwtting a high finish on collars
Jackson sells th«-m.
View Addition. Mrs. Forrest is
lias lieen install«'*! at th«* Ke«i
a tine singer and will be a wel-
[mond Steam laundry.
If you love your wife buy her com<* «‘Idition to the musical cir-
If you desire to have a
a |siund of that nicely a*»««rted c'l>s
creamery established in this
Try a sack the “ Best'' flour. can«!» at Mendenhall's.
district, sign up on the lists
\ <*u will like it. Itedmond Feed
at Ehret Bros, and Lynch &
Postmaster Norwood is a
Rotiert* stores the number
A Fuel Co.
It is understood that F. E.
cows you will furnish
Ijist M «*«'k w ork on the Oregon Mills and wife who left here the l**st aptminted chicken htius-
cream from Sept 1st Three
hundred will have to be se
iTrunk Railroad briilge over some time ago for the eastern es in this s«*ction on his place in
tK'fore the creamery
|Cr««.k<'.l river liegan «»n this -id«' part of Baker county, w ill not
return to this citv.
|"f the riv«T.
ter is making a success of rais
One o f them will be jolted out of a
New giMMis almost daily at
exclusive agency for the Monarch
"business nit” by finding and grasp
You w ill like thè bologna sau-
Malleable Imn Ranges the liest
ing a new business opportunity — one
sage ut our market it is home
<• W Wells is gathenng up rangt* inaile.
will buy some real estate which will
inaile ami fresli every «lav. Bet-
‘ on)«' mighty fine specimens of
influence his life intimately from now
M. E. Ro|«er vvh«i Imd !»*cn ter try some 01' it. Pioneer Meat
grains and grass«'s that have
on — one will find the employment
here for alstut two months, left Market,
Set* E. MAHER
U'. n grown in this seetion.
which offers right rewards for real
last vve«'k for Hebron, Nel>. fora
visit. He ex|M*ets t«i return to
Mrs. A. J. Morse and datight-
If you are going to |«aint s«s*
this section an«l make it his home. l*r. Miss Hila, returned home
Jackson. It will |«y you. It»tf
Saturday from a several weeks
T he a«v elv « r W on.
Pinkerton ««nee told »
Mendenhall's for icc cream.
County Treasurer Ralph J«»r-
Mrs. Morse brat atory o f his father, the founder of
the detective agency, which illn«-
dan an«l family «*f Prineville,
Assistant Chief Engineer Bax- home some fine specimens of trat«'» the elder Pinkerton’» caution
"«•re I utc lust week on their ter of the Oregon Trunk R ail- opals from the mines there.
A n«d«'«l criminal was «letaine.1 in
way over the mountains to F.u- roail, accompanied by his wife,
Pinkerton's Chicago office. The
they took the McKentie [MUUM>| through the city Sunday
Nearly everybody understands elder Pinkerton left the r«w*ni and
road w hich is said to I n * in gcssl ,fnnMdo to Crescent and other that a store's advertising, if BIG alien he returned took the precau
"indition now. From Eugene ,M,ints south of there.
AND PERSISTENT, enables it tion of holding a revolver in front
o f him.
Mr. Jordan and family went to
to sell the same things more
He «aw the criminal standing In
Astoria to Htt«*nd the Centennial.
Wagons at cost at Kendall A cheaply, at a smaller |>er sale the door with a snuffbox lie hail
profit, than is (Ntssible to the picked up from Pinkerton’s do«k in
I have a list o f clients in Nevada and
F. II. Irvin and Mife, J«*ss«'
Arizona who want land in Central Or
"This is good snulT,” affably re-
There is so much straight dry ',rofits on smalu’r volume of sales mark«*«! the cr«*«*k as tie took a sniff
luck. Ray Abliey and several
If you have property, either
other» left thi* u«*..k for a hunt- re«l juni|HT woih I in this country
“ For the eyes or the nose?”
F. H. DeSouza and wife who aske.1 Pinkerton, who knew that
big and camping trip to Cres- that it is a M'onder the lea«l pen-
visited relatives here a week or the rr«*ok had intend«*.! to blind
ten days, left Sunday morning him in an effort to escape.
“ W ell." remarked the criminal,
f«>r their home in Phoenix, Ariz.
sorry to say that the nose gets
Mr. DeSouza Mas much impress
it this time."
ed M'ith this section an«! as he is
SOPRANO, Mill give a
a resident of an irrigated coun
the curse and blessing
for sale I believe we have the buyers.
try, he said he saM' no reason
why the Redmond District wrnild
never «|uite content. XVe all expect
not some day lie the garden spot In go somew here before we die and
of Central Oregon. He compli have a better time when we get
mented Redmond ant! saiil it Mas there than we «'*n have at home.
the liveliest little city he had The liane of our life is dim'ontent.
General Adminaion, 50c
We sav we will work so long and
seen on his travels.
Lynch & Roberts
Farmers and Ranchers
One of Today’s Want
Ad Answerers Will Find a
New Interest in Life
Use and Read the “ Classified Ads” for Results
Mr. Land Owner
IMPROVED, UNIMPROVED, IRRI
GATED, DRV FARMING OR RELIN
BERNICE HALLEY FORREST
Ss e H. C. H E R R I C K
at Anker’s Hall, Friday Kv’j», Aug. 25th
Rernice Halley Forrest has I k '«*» M’ith the Slayton
Lyceum for a number of years an»l given song
recitals all over the United Slab's. She has lieen
highly s|K*ken o f by press ami public.
then we will enjoy ourselves. But
we lind it just as Thackeray has ex
pressed it. “ When I was a boy," he
•aid, "I want«*«! some taffy. It was a
Up-to-date set o f Abstract (looks. shilling; ! ba«ln’t one. When 1 was
All work guaranteed. We photograph a man I had a shilling, hut I didn't
B. P. Wilde. s**cretary,
want any taffy."— Robert Collyer.
Crook County Abstract Co.
Sales Agent for the
Sales Agent f«»r the
Road Grant Lands