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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1911)
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M. Bailey. II. K. Gilmore
A liar rower o ft he North-,
.wnsite Co. of 1‘hilailfl | T ry 'ia y - th e kind that you'll
like at the Pioneer Meat Mur- I’1“'*' ,n the Oty our ic«* cream
parlor an<l ice cream al way»
right. llttf M kndknhall ’ h .
lo u r BEST OPPORTI'NITY
moat «at 1 »factory 5 cent
“ honnw ill | H- revealed to
McKenzies Merry Makers play-
m the city the "K. H." .'u l 1,1 u classified ad most like- e<| here thre«- night« to apprecia-
vm || like them afte r
y' l*ro^»**Gility i« strong tive audiences last week,
«•'»«»'Urh to induee you to “ watch” I
M lnpk m ial L’*.
| If y«»u want satisfactory bread
In the center of Melroae Park ami |»a*try use the “ Beat” fl«*ir.
; Mcldillin ha« gom- to the addition to Redmond ia loeate«l «»Id by the Redmond Fee«! &
tin onlj public Park within the Fuel Co. On«-«* you uae it, you’ll
ain» on a hunting trip.
city limit«, it cover« five am * , have no «»ther.
the l ’nivernai Kana"« at
W, N. Elliott auctiom-d off
Mayor Jone« returned Satur-
tuia. The ipiality i« high,
•omo hornea while her«• Momla> day night from AstoriM where he
attended the mm-tings of the
Central O rettori Development
Uoherty. who ha« tieeil
The pioneer Meat M arket ha« « .
|i e ut Khret Hi"»' de i »art adopted the strh-tly canh «y«t(*m
atore, left M oiu I mv fori ami «-an therefore «ave you mon-
Two vacant corn«*r»on K «tr«*et
rille I» work in the a««e«»- ey on all |>urcha«««.
between Hotel and Ifcpnt lUOx
1<*t, ul«o two «.-orm-rs, 60x100
location. June* Land Corn-
i hav e «orne real estate to
turned lii«t w«<ek from a trip to pany for term«,
|ru have «orne classified ad
the eastern part of Baker county
Irig to do.
A. H. (olejfrove haa built a
kinds of fresh vegetables|
bouse in the northern part of the
««*»n. It will i»a> you. Kitf
city and moved intuit last week.
on hand at the Pioneer
F. E. Morrill was on the sick
Th«- finest homes in Redmond
be located in U-autiful MKL-
understood that the *rhi«»l
PARK with it* large lot*
is considering th«- proposi-
*trv«*t* nn«l avenue«,
putting up a tow er clock
the city limits, with irrigation
water on every lot.
id pure. fr«-sh candie*, a s
J. P. Doherty and Will Cruchon ,
ila wir«. Z r> ct* ja-r pound. were entertained at a chicken
K. L Rapp, H. J. lo v e and F.
M kndknmall ' h .
dinner by Mr. ami Mr*. J. C.
Phoenix returned Saturday
from an auto trip to Pais
1H0 tildes south of
me penúatence SELLS
Try a aack the “ Beat” fl«»ur. h«*re. It is understood that Mr.
You w ill like it. Redmond F«?cd Love will locate there.
& Fuel Co,
goods almost daily at
You will like the bologna sau
Mendenhall'« for ice cream.
sage at our market it is home
ident Brewer of the R«*l-
During the past week many made and fresh every day. Bet
Bank of Commerce, re- calle«] ut The S|H>ke*mun office ter try some of it. Pioneer Meat
J Sunday night from at- ami *reur«*d a free copy of the Market.
SON« RECITAL BY
BERNICE HALLEY FORREST
'riday Evening Aug. 25, 1911, Anker’s Hall
I’ K ( ) G K A M >1 K
I* • 1790-1886)
The BliHim Is on the Rye
Piotna* Arnef 1710-1776 Where the Bee Sucks
(A riel’s Song in “ The Tt-mpeat” )
1». Hear the Gentle Ijirk
How’s My Boy?
The S m allow*
I'm Wear Awa'
Sweet Blue Eyed Maid
Thy ib-aming Eyes
Oh I*»vely Rone
Oh, That We Two Were
.......... . » .
■ Del Ri«-go
V K. Hadley
From the I .ami of the Sky
F«»ur Leafed Clover
(iod S|»eed You. Dear
Thro«- Fairy Ballads
Sweet Baby Butterfly
Big Lady Moon
]! Fairy Roses
l/ovo in Springtime
BERNICE HALLEY FORREST
SOPRANO, will give a
at Anker’s Hall, Friday Kv’g, Aug. 25th
General Admission, !»0c
Oerniee Halley F«»rrest has In-cn with th«* Slayton
Lyceum for a ntimlier of yi-ars and giv«*n song
Ti'citals all over the Unit«*«! States. She has lieen
highly spoken of by press and public.
The horae and «t«ck sale ad-
vertiaed to l>e held here Monday,
was called off on account of the
small amount of stock that hail
been listod for sale.
If you want just a little better
smoke try a Bulletin Cigar—-the
I best 5c cigar on the market.
M kndenhall ’ s .
A classified ad will “ deliver
' your message” to the |»eople your
message is intended for.
W. N. Klliott was over hero
Monday from Hillman.
INTEREST TO YOU
We have received our first big consignment
of FALL SHOES from the Hamilton-Brown
Shoe Co. o f St. l>ouis, Mo.
It is a well known fact that the Hamilton-
Brown .Shoe Co. in the largest shoe factory in
the LT. S. and their products are the best that
can possibly be manufactured for the prices
asked. We were very fortunate in securing
the agency for this large factory, w hich gives
our customers the same advantage in buying
shoes that your city friends have. Our Fall
Line consists of the very latest styles and
prices to suit all customers. Do not fail to
look over our line w hen in need of shoes. If
you buy a pair of Hamilton-Brow n Shoes you
will be a satisfied customer, and that is what we are striving for—
to satisfy our customers is satisfaction to ourselves.
This has always been a serious problem
w ith the parents. We believe that this wor
ry can be overcome to a large degree if you
buy for your children HAMILTON-BROWN
SCHOOL SHOES. They will last longer and
PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE.
Lynch & Roberts
We Hose at 6:30 p. ra.
Except Saturday, 10 p. m
Farmers and Ranchers
If you desire to have a
creamery establish«^ in this
district, sign upon the lists
at Khret Bros, and Lynch &
Robert* stores the numl»er
of cows you will furnish
cream from Sept. 1st. Throe
hundred will have to be se
cured before the creamery
can be started.
We jmy the high«-st market
Wm. Hobbs ha« one of the b«*st
price in cash for butter and eggs.
thoroughbred Brown Leghorn
Bring them in to us. Pioneer
roosters in the city. It is a l»eau-
Meat M arket
ty, and as “ sassy” as a poll par-
The infant daughter of Mr. and ro ,t-
Mrs. J«*' McC'lay has been sick
Wagons at cost at Kendall &
for some time.
Money invest«*! in Lots in Mel-
\ classified advertisement is a
nwo Park NOW. will double in *.«1 estate SALESMAN
the next year.
d o es not often «poat enough "to
count” in the net resu lt
City Recorder Phoenix made a j
business trip to Portland last
The work of remotleling and
enlarging the schtiol house is
Buy u "Motor Washer for the progressing rapidly.
There is nothing better.
The Spoki-sman is informed by
Jackson sells them.
H. F. Jones that he will reopen
W. H. Hobbs returned last the Hotel Redmond dining room
A number of
week from a hunting trip nt »bout ScpL 1«.
chang«-s are being made in the
dining ro«>ni and kiteh«-n.
If you love your wife buy her,
a pound of that nicely nss«*rte«l
There was a man here last
candy at Mendenhall’s.
w w k looki"K for a looation for a
shoe ropair shop.
Mrs. Z. T. McClay has so far
recovered from her recent illness
Real .-state men aro putting up
as to lx- up and around. She at- « trac tiv e signs in different parts
tended the theater last Saturday ° f the city.
Kendall & Chapman have th«-
exclusive agency for the Monarch
Malteable Iron Rang.-s the best
Butter and Eggs
J. H. Mendenhall has a trained
<k>K *bat sits at a table and eats
and 8hoW9 better ta-
ble manm-rs than some humans
Crook County Abstract Co. ^ Wil9wn
• Wl>" sermon at
Up-u>-<latr aet of Ahatract Rooki. Sunday night.
All work p ia ra n UmL We photograph fcn o w to what
B. K. Wilde, secretary.
the M. E. church
He does not yet
place he will be
One of Today’s Want
Ad Answerers Will Find a
New Interest in Life
One of them will be jolted out of a
“ business ru t” by finding and grasp
ing a new business opportunity — one
will buy some real estate which will
influence his life intimately from now
on — one will find the employment
which offers right rewards for real
Use and Read the “Classified Ads” for Results
IF YOU WANT ANY KIND OF
See H. C. H E R R I C K
Sales Agent for the
Sales Agent for the
Road Grant Lands