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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1911)
End of Season
LET lis SHOE THE WHOLE FAMILY WITH
Selz Royal Blue Sh
In order to make room for W inter Goods we will
close out the following articles as priced below:
We have two large Axminater Rugs. 9x12. one C 1 C f| f|
worth fi&M k cut price
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One Rug. well worth $20.00 of anybody’s money f 1 1 f i n
we ha\o CUl to
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We have several Small Rugs, worth $3.50 that
we have CUt to
Several more Good Rugs, worth $2.50. that go
f | QQ
at the cut pries of
J 1.0 0
Second Kail (¡ame Is Won
From Kachclors By
a 7 to 6 Score
The Shoe That is Warranted to ALW AYS (¡ive Satisfaction
WV want you to get acquainted with Sol/ Shoes for they are
a friend to O h * feet, atul a friend to your pocket l*wk. A
friend to the feet because they are always easy and comfort
able. A inend to your pocket Iwok liecause they air mml
erate in price, wear better and outlast otbet makes
GAME IS R E P L E T E
WITH GOOD PLAYS
We have a Large New Stink of These Shoes
for Women, Men, C hildren and Babies
Several pieces Shepard Plaid Suitings, worth 15 to
25c t',;t price
Several pieces figured Demi ties Lawns, worth from
15 to 25c. Cut price
Nice line of Organdies in pink. blue, hlaek, raised
stripe*, etc., worth 15 to 25c. Cut price
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Ladies’ Summer Vests, nice assortment to select
from, worth 10 to 12c. Cut price
Ladies' 25c Vests.
This is an exceptionally good
value. Cut price
Men’s and Boys’ Balbriggan Underwear, all good
values, we have cut to. per g a r m e n t............
Men's BEST Balbriggan Underwear nothing better
— l>er garment, out price
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20 dozen Shirts, all sizes.
Our cut price
Others charge you $1.00
10 dozen LA D IES’ SH IR T W A ISTS, ONE-
TH IR I) O FF during this sale.
We are agents for High Grade Tailored Suits for Men and
Ladies. Call in and see our samples.
Buy the Best Patterns from us as cheap as you can buy
the inferior ones at other places. We sell the Ladies Home
Journal Patterns. They take the lead over all others.
YOURS FOR BU SIN ESS.
GREGORYS VARIETY STORE
Corner 6th and E S ts ., Redmond.
I . D . B A S E Y ’S
HOSE who have been buying of
us since we opened our market
are well pleased with our meats
and the service afforded.
We are g et
ting new customers daily, and would
like to add your name to the list. Can
we do so ?
Next Thing Will Be to Have
a Game Between the
Fats and Ixuins
The married men of thin city
again proved to the bachelors
that they were "th ere with bell*
o n " when they defeated them
for the second time as the lull
l»rk last Sunday afternoon.
The («acheloni had claimed that
a " ji n x " worked against them
the first game when they Inst out
by a score of 9 to 7. ami gave it
out in big gobs that they surely
would make the benedict» "go
south” in the second game. But
the married men "refused to
sign the pa|>ers” for their own
defeat, and captured the game
by a 7 to 6 score.
This game, like the first, w as a
good one. and several "heart
disease" plays were handed out.
The fans surely got the worth of
their money, even though but
seven innings were played.
Both games were played for
the benefit of the Commercial
Club, ami nearly $50 will be ad
ded to the general fund of the
club as the result of the games.
There is some talk now of get-
ting up a game between the fats
and leans of the city for the ben
efit of the club.
FEAR THEIR OWN CHEFS.
W .tllh ,
In ,« ,
K „ i(,> i.la
Wholesale and Retail Healers
“ Finally, the other dav. a lug in
«tiran«-* man «alketl m ami n-ked
Leg of Pork and Dressing
if «.' ever cooked diahea to order
Prime Ribs o f Beef, ati jus I told him » r did if they weren i
lie laughed nt that
Office and Yard 2 blocks east of Redmond Hotel, Redmond
! cook me up n dial, 0f nice vello«
turnip the wny they uaed to have it
Green Apple Pi« ! year« ago. I’ve lieen wanting mint
i for llie loaf five vesra. You ran |
name vour own price.'
T h s D ta r Children
“ Altogether,” concluded the ten
The Maid (in lioaton)—If vou 1 room owner. “| have deeded that
plea*«-, ma’am, Ma»ter Jinunie hae ploin folk« ought lo I k mighty
buated tli’ parlor window, and Mia* | thankful they haven't a French
J»nc lia* liit Mr Jingle« with a , chef to tyrannize over their mi-ala ’’ ,
«tone, an’ Maater Bobbie lia* bit a —New York Timea.
•trange little girl in the arm. Tha
Mother (wearily—That will do,
W . l l i n , t« C h a n g . H i . M .l h « *« ,
Jane. It ■« not well to take the in-
“ Bill why iloe« your father object
eonvenient nctiviti.*» of normal chil . . to
. . m e r demanded (he humide
dren too -erioiulv. Cleveland Plain I «uitor.
“ Itei au»e," explained the haugh
A t»h)f»ieian’« A n aw ir.
A patient onee naked her phyei-
einn «* bv hi» miiataehe waa hlaek
and Iii* hair waa gray. “Why," lie
replied, “my muatache ia twenty
year» younger than the hair on my
ty lieniity of proud lineage, * , „ ,„
«ay« In« anceatora have alwara been
gentlemen of leiaun* and you haie
to work for a living.”
‘‘ Well, tell him I don’t exnect to
• iter we «re married,” replied the
ihiimhle »uitor.— Philadelphia Be, -
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»tart«-.! my tr« room 1 • ipeeled t.>
Green Corn, Fresh String Beans ; *ign and «melimi mini* doughnut*
frying, and I wondered if you could
Tum=A=Lum Lumber Co.
b 'tlw .
in laigUnti they u i I »' iH»lt
rich man liar« m fear ••( In« vairt
In NY« Y or» I I k family Out tut
ju»t “»truvk it rich’’ liar, m <r»r ..f
at* chef. If you don't twite«« it. go
into a tea room any daa »ml are the
wealthy matron» aim Irtae ti|> in
motoreara and ordrr curaiasl le r l
haalt. Tina «tatemrnt « a . ma.le hr
a tur«r,«ful lea r»*om i>*nrr s
riplained further: “ When I fir«t
THE HOTEL REDMOND
Jackson Blk. opp. Postoffice
rater to the «omen *!. ■
like an inctpeaaiva lu n .! t nar
quently I planned * menu of . .•«■
hmnniun!» diahea. I a n . « no
prwe »hen one fto<>n m rame «
«alking jewelry exhibit, «ho order
ed corned href haali. She became
one of my regular patrona, ami .l e
frankly told me «he «■• «fra 1 to
order the ha«h from her c I for
fear he would think it a vulgar
I ben 1 began to realize ho«
many people ««re r.-ally tyrannun-d
over by their chef»
“ A «ilaer king no« living on
Fifth atenúe rome« in here fre
quently for luncheon. One day he
told me hi« trouble«.
" 'I come here to get «.une hut
ter,' he contened T h a t Fren, h
cook of our* told mother it «««n t
Menu of Good Things to ■tyliah, and »« don’t hate it anv
more. At flr»t »he'd hate tome on
Eat, September 3d at
the table when there «a*n‘t any
I uard to >a> to her.
“ Mother, if there ain't any viaitor*
tonight give me luim b u t t e r - „
large hunk." Itut ■« we’re ul»ay*
having company n<>» it’» ea.i. r to
"A wealthy piano manufacturer
har a «tending order for a l»tln|
dinner every Friday, and In« «if,,
SO I T
cornea in and join* him m a ‘rn-<
pudding with hug* in it/ a« ||,er
call it. for dcaacrt.
“Two verv grand lathe« from Fif-
Halibut, Tartar Sauce
ty-nimli »trect enme *m-«L mg do« n
here iii iliuir motorcar mi the morn
ing« «hen •« have fre«|, f r,„|
Boiled Mutton, Ca|»cr Sauce
douglmut«. They came from Ver
moni originally,ami they «ant their
doughnut* for breakfa-t. and they
Banana Fritters, Vanilla Sauce • re afraid to confe»» it to their
Let us fill your next order for meat;
you will be satisfied
and would like to have you come in and s»*e them, for we
are confident you will tind a guide of hoc that tor Ix-anty,
wearing quality and price you nevci saw U'fore This si<* k
comprises the latest in shot nuking
THE REDMOND WHOLESALE
LIMBER & I’ RODllDE fO. an
nouni’e that their warehouse at
the Oregon Trunk depot site is
completed, and they are ready
to receive storage for anyone
wishing the same.
We will be in the market for
all kinds of Produce.
Have You Found V
Heal Estate ? I
Somewhere in this city
of property YOU OUGHT to 6
btrause it would be worth toyt*
little more than to anyone ch*-
Vou proliably WILL tiwn it. sometime.
not try to locate it NOW. or S<H>N, by watch**
rt’.il estate ads, and answering " likely " ones.
1 «se and Read the “Classified Ads” for
d i a m o n d
G R O C E R I E S
Are above petty complaints and annoyances occssh**^
txiying inferior goods or brands that are not absolutely J
anP*m|. Try the Diamond W canned goods, tens,
«pices and syrups.
Fresh bread and vegetables on hand.
REDMOND GROCERY CO.