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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1911)
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REDMOND. ( HOOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. 1911
TRAINS HERE BY
OCTOBER FIRST ORDERED OUT
O regon T ru n k B r id g e a t C rooked R iv er W ill B e
[C om p leted A b o u t th e M id d le o f S e p te m b e r , and
C h ief E n g in e e r B udd P r o m ise s T h a t T ra in s W ill
Be R u n n in g In to R ed m ond T w o W e e k s lo ite r —
P r e p a r a tio n s B e in g M ade for th e T w o D a y s’ C e l
eb ra tio n o f “ R ailroad D a y ” by th e C itize n s H ere
City Council Notifies Den
izens of Restricted
Disk to Leave
( )rrgon Trunk railroad bridge ov
hked river will be completed aU>ut
h of September.
Tbe key spin is
hi to lie pLuvd m position this week.
K nil mating gangs immediately put
to finish the structure in the least
in- lUive information was given out
in I Engbwei Budd «»i tin- Oregon
road while he was in Redmond last
filile the date for the »|K»ntng of the
Continued on last page
lalities That Will Command Your Admire
pm-Prices that will Appeal ^ Economical
In buying your household needs quality should be your
first consideration. For in quality, the greatest satisfaction
is. W hen the quality is correct, then you can afford to turn
your attention to price.
This store features merchandise
of satisfactory quality, and ONLY that kind.
gardless o f the lowness o f our prices you’ll find every yard
and parcel o f merchandise purchased here of satisfactory
iys* School Clothes
Have you thought o f buying
h a new suit?
Well, you can
(*nl to do so at ( )l R ST< )RK.
will place on sale, beginning
Full stock o f Groceries always
on hand, and all placed in our
sanitary dust proof counters. And
the price, well, they are the lowest.
September 1st to 15th
entire line o f Boys’ Suits.
Be are som e sample prices:
go for .... $4.75
go for .... 6.75
go for ... 7.75
E H R E T
White laundry Soap, bar..... 5c
Sail S o a p ...................... 8 bars 25c
Corn Starch, p k g ................... 10c
Head Rice. 12 l b s .................. $1.00
Jap. Rice, 16 lbs .................... 1.00
Oatmeal, 18 lbs ..................... 1.00
Canned Fruit, 3 ca n s............ 50c
1 gal. Syrup ............................. 65c
V 2 gal. Syrup............................ 35c
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
ring un your
|0»*r and E ggs
W e always
I*ay Market Price
I am goin g to diHcontinue handling In d ies’
Shoes and am m aking a Special Price on
everything in this line.
Regular $5.50 Shoes cut to $ 3.85
All Straw and Panama Hats at COST Price
S IG N E D
PE T ITIO N T H E C A U S E
Council That City Be
railroad to this point is officially placed for
Oitoiler 1st, Mr. Rudd intimated that if all
conditions were favorable the Redmond
people might see regular trains running in
to the city even earlier.
The Oregon Trunk railroad officials
will hurry- the building of the road from
the Crooked river bridge to this point, a
distance of only eight miles, as fast as pos
sible in order to take care of the colonist
travel from the east that lx*gins September
15th. As Redmond is the objective point
of a large number of these colonists the
railroad people desire to have the road
completed to this point so they can land
at COST PRICE
Ixx-al W . C. T. U. A sk s the
P ! : t (lie (Lite has U r n oflu i.illy r !
I arrival of traina in Redmond over
irgmi Trunk Railroad,
h r date set IS October first
$1.80 PER YEAR
“ Cleaned U p ”
l.ast Thursday evening at the
council meeting a petition was
presented by members o f the lo-
c;»l W. G. T. U. to that body ask
ing that the undesirables o f the
city and the residents o f the re
stricted district be ordered to
lea\e the town, and kept from
The petition was
signed by about 150 business
men o f the city, and women of
the different churches and soci
The petition was voted on by
the council, all members present
voting for the measure. Those
who voted were Councilmen F.
M. White. J. F. Hosch. G. M.
Huffman and M. A. Lynch.
Councilman G. W. Wells was ab
sent from the city. Councilman
F. McCaffery, was in the city
but did not attend the council
Last Friday Policeman Z. T.
McClav was ordered by the may
or to enforce the mandate o f the
council, and he visited the hous
es in the restricted district and
made known the action o f the
council, ordering the keepers of
houses to close up their places,
ami the inmates to leave the city
Some o f the house keepers
own their property, or have
bought the same on the payment
plan, and they were given time
to make arrangements to settle
up their affairs before leaving
Policeman McClay gave the
kee|>ers o f houses and women in
mates notice that if he found
them in any way violating the
conditions o f the order o f the
council he would arrest them.
E. L. R A P P
“The Head to Foot Clothier.” R e d m o n d , Or.
RE-OPENING OF HOTEL
REDMOND THE FIRST
vacuum cleaned, electric lighted,
and supplied with hot and cold
Chief Clerk Alldredge will re
main with Mr. Jones and look
after the comfort o f patrons o f
Dining Room o f This Pop
ular Hostelry to Be
Better Mail Serv ice
Tomorrow, September 1st. the
dining room o f the Hotel Red
mond will be reopened under the
management o f H. F. Jones.
Some time ago the hotel was
leased to a man by the name o f
Parker, and he closed the dining
room after conducting the hotel
but a short time. Later he left
town and forfeited his lease.
Since then H. F. Jones has had
numerous improvements made in
the house, and it is now said the
hotel ranks with the best in the
The entire house has been ren
ovated and improved, and the
walls o f the kitchen covered with
Sanitas wall covering, making it
the best appointed kitchen out
side of Portland.
The sleeping accommodations
are ample for all demands that
will be made upon the house,
there being over 40 rooms, all
newly furnished. The house is
J. EL Christian, the Prineville-
Sisters stage man. has purchased
Allen Wilcoxen’s seven-passen
ger Speedwell and has put on an
auto service between Prineville
and Sisters. This will prove a
big convenience to Redmond and
way points. The auto leaves
here at noon and makes Red
mond by 2 o ’clock, arriving at
Sisters at 4:20. Instead o f leav
ing Sisters at 1 a. m.. (the raw-
hide special time), the auto will
leave at 6 a. m. and arrive in
Prineville at 10 o ’clock.
Wilcoxon will drive the car until
Mr. Christian gets onto the hang
o f the thing.
U. D. McSherry who has been
visiting here with his brother
Roliert, left Monday for his home
in Prescott, Wash., to accept a
position in his father’s large mer
F. N. McFall o f Sisters, was
here Tuesday on a business visit.
Cigars de L uxe
Linden Duthic was an arrival
last week from Medford.
came to this section looking for
land, and is well pleased with
what he has seen.
that n number o f people from his
section o f the state are coming
into this section as soon as the
railroad is completed to this
B. S. Larkin o f Madras, has
opened a harness shop here in the
building on E street between 6th
and 7th streets, formerly occupi
ed by the Pioneer Meat Market.
He has placed E. W. Mason, an
experienced workman, in charge.
Lynch & Roberts have placed
in their store a new clothes rack
for displaying men’ s and boys’
j clothing on.
Use Spokesman Classified Ads
, and get results.
W a h a v , > m b o lh All i l i n , alt crarioa,
all prtcaa. g u oa tlon o f aaloctlon Is up lo
W E DO T H E R E S T .
W. H. ANDERSON
The Postoffice Store