The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, September 07, 1911, Image 1

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Redmond
Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” o f ( ’entrai Oregon
KKDMOND, ( K ook COUNTY, OREGON. THI!RSf)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, Kill
SEDMOND’S popular hostelry
M
AY SELL THE
Ladies’ Shoes
at COST PRICE
rfl
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Ì i i l j
$1.50 FE R Y K A K
I am going to discontinue handling Indies’
Shoes and am making a Special Price on
everything in this line.
Council Takes Action On
Initiative Petition for
New ( Harter
Regular $5.50 Shoes cut to $ 3 . 8 5
Regular 5.00
3 .4 5
Regular 4.50
3 .0 0
Regular 4.00
2 .7 5
Regular 3.75
2 .7 5
Regular 3.50
2 .6 5
Regular 325
2 .3 5
Regular 2.75
2 .0 0
Regular 2.00
1.6 0
Straw and Panama Hats at COST Price
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$27,000 BOND ISSUE
IS ALSO AUTHORIZED
Thaab (vi* half tout* cut in a feet on Sixth id reel, xxhieh are
<t O f tl ■ H * >t«•! K< ilrii<Mi(| n
atore rooms.
B rn .
The entire up|ier door it devot-
t •' • I I’l of Sixth Mini ih | to hotel purpnmw. there bring
right in the heart of 15 brdronma, ail newly fumiahetl.
i city. ami Wont*of the largv*t In the parlor thw furnishing are
ibu. ding» in the interior o f elegant and modem.
A Koval
Wilton rug cover» the tloor, com-
____ Hiding ha* » fro n ta l« <>f fortahle eaay chairs are there,
p n S i x t h a t r e v t , u n d e x - and a Steinway («rand piano oc­
Ik N " fi*e l o n E » t r e e ! . cupies a prominent |io«ition.
kitchen is said to Is- the 1***1 np-
isiinted one in the state outside
of Portland.
The whole house is electric
lighted, vaccum cleaned, and
provided with hot and cold bath*.
A septic tank system ensures the
nu»st sanitary conditions.
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Expected That Denver Bond
Firm Will Now Pur­
chase the Bonds
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H. K. Jones is the genial boni-
At the council meeting Tues­
fa«s-. and W. W. Alldrege assists
in lisiking after the patrons o f day night an initiative petition
)t d door in mo ll for lio-
The dining room ami kitchen tilt* house and ministering to signed by over eight per cent o f
M*a. except the south 80 arrangements nre complete. The their wants.
the voters o f the city, was pre­
sented, asking that the new
neeptanee within the five days of Canyon City, (¡rant county, charter and bond issue o f $27.
d Man
Mr. Anker attended (XX) o f municipal water bonds be
time re<piir«*d by the mles o f the last year.
^ p o i n t men t
the
Chicago
University, taking a adopted by the city. The fol­
gun City diapatrh dated Utoni o f education.
The
summer
course
there.
He is 34 lowing action was taken:
ya:
John Sigurd An- lion was accordingly declared va­
Moved by Lynch and seconed
Ketlmond, wo* today cant. Mr. Anker holds a Bache­ years o f age and married.
by Hosch that the following res­
Indpal o f the Oregon lor o f Arts degree fn»m the Uni-
If your property is attractive, olution be adopted and passed:
•chool, to auceeed T. T. versity o f Nehroska. ami has hud
and your ad is explicit, the sale is
Whereas, an initiative petition
^ »h o waa choden lint ten years' teaching experience, assunsi. O f course one publica­
signed by more than eight per Oregon Trunk R. R. Bridge
Kd who failed to tile hn lie was principal o f the schisils tion o f your ad may not do i t
cent o f the legal electors o f the
Draws Sightseers
city o f Redmond, Oregon, ask­
Last Week
ing that the proposed charter
thereto annexed be submitted to
the legal voters o f said city at
The following Redmond people
the next regular annual election,
went
to Crooked river last Fri­
has Iteen referred to the council
day
to
see the key span o f the
o f said city by the recorder
Oregon
Trunk railroad bridge put
thereof, with whom it was filed
in:
on the 5th day o f September.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zumwalt
1911.
and
family.
Now. Therefore. Be it Resolv­
In buying your household needs quality should be your
Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Miller.
ed; that the said proposed char­
Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Williams.
first consideration. For in quality, the greatest satisfaction
ter be and the same is hereby
Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Snider and
adopted and ordained as the
is. When the quality is correct, then you can afford to turn
family.
charter o f sail! city o f Redmond,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Green.
your attention to price.
This store features merchandise
Oregon, and that the same shall
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brown and
be in full force and effect from
of
and
that kind.
re­
family.
and after the publication o f this
Mrs. Maud Brown and child­
gardless of the lowness of our prices you’ll find every yard
resolution
in The Redmond
ren.
Spokesman and the Oregon Hub,
and parcel of merchandise purchased here of satisfactory
Mr. and Mrs. Bo.vlan.
newspapers published in Red­
Mrs. F. M. White and daught­
quality.
mond Oregon.
er.
Mrs. Guillott.
The question being upon the
Messers. Woodward. Walker,
adoption and passage o f the
j Hamilton and Lee Zumwalt.
foregoing resolution the roll was
A number o f the people took
called and the following vote picnic lunches along and enjoyed
taken:
themselves immensely.
Besides
Hosch, yes; Lynch, yes: H off­ those mentioned above there
Have you thought of buying
man,
yes;
McCaffery,
yes: were a number o f other people at
Full stock of Groceries always
the bridge.
White, yes. Wells, absent.
a new suit?
Well, you can
on hand, and all placed in our
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E. L. R A P P
‘The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
PEOPLE FROM HERE NUMBER OF REALTY
SEE KEY ARCH PUT IN SALES BEING MADE
■ a litie s That Will Command Your Adm ire
tion-Prices that will Appealn ^ Economical
satisfactory quality,
ys School Clothes
rd to do so at OUR STORE,
Wi will place on sale, beginning
September 1st to
15th
' entire line of Hoys’ Suits.
ie are some sample prices:
6.00 Suits
7.5# Suits
M l Suits
10-00 Suits
12.00 Suits
go for
go for
go for
go for
go for
$1.75
5.75
<>.75
7.75
9.85
EHRET
ONLY
And
Groceries
sanitary dust proof counters. And
the price, well, they are the lowest.
5c
White Laundry Soap, bar
Sail Soap
8 bars 25c
10c
Corn Starch, pkg
$1.00
Head Rice, 12 lbs
UK)
Jap. Rice, H> lbs
1.00
Oatmeal, 18 lbs
50c
Canned Fruit, 3 cans
65c
1 gal. Syrup
35c
Vi gal. Syrup
BROS.
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
Jong us your
ftti'r und Egg*
We always
Pay Market Price
The above proceedings were
taken at the suggestion o f the
bond company that has been ne­
gotiating with the city to buy j
the $27,000 issue o f bonds for
the construction o f the city w at­
er plant from the I>eschutes
river at Cline Falls. It is now
unticiitated that as soon as the
bond company learns o f the
council complying with their
wishes in the matter, the money
from the sale o f the bonds w ill!
be forthcoming, and work begun
on the system as soon as bills are
awarded.
Boy Scouts Arc
Organized
J. H.
Reder Informs The
Spokesman that he has organ ¡zed
a i>atrol o f 12 boy scouts here, to
be known as Boy Scouts o f
America, Troop No. 1. The com­
mission for the troop has been
received and drills will soon be-
, gin so as to get the scouts in
readiness for the Railroad Cele­
bration Day parade. Uniforms
have been ordered.
Outside People Arriving in
Redmond and Invest-
ing in Property
Property sales in Remond and
throughout the district have been
fairly active the past two weeks,
and the realty market has taken
on a more healthy tone. The
Central Oregon Irrigated Land
Co. o f this city, has recently
sold to the following newcomers:
O. A. Abelson o f Tacoma. 40
acres near Powell Buttes.
The F. G. Bancroft 40-acre
ranch 31 miles west o f the city to
Don R. Lewis o f Toledo, O.
Ira A. Johnson o f Sumas. Wn.,
40 acres in Powell Buttes section.
Ralph Cruikshank o f Sumas.
Wn.. 80 acres in Powell Buttes
section.
Ralph Johnson o f Portland. 80
acres south o f here.
G. H. Malksonof O 'N eil. Ore..
80 acres north o f city.
Mrs. Abel, lots 4-5-G. block 11,
Mountain View Addition to Red­
mond.
Located a newcomer on tin*
Van Hanks desert claim relin­
quishment.
School Supplies
W e want to call your atten­
tion to the fact that w e will
have a complete stock of the
above for the coming term
of school.
School books,
and everything else that is
used by the child at school.
Let us fit you out.
W. H. ANDERSON
The Postoffice Store