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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1911)
LET IIS SHOE THE WHOLE FAMILY WITH
3 5 0 pajre T a b le t fo r 5 c ts .
W e have ¿ill hinds of Tablets, Composition lVtoks,
Examination Tablets. Pens, Crayons. Ink etc. clieaper
than you can buy at other stores.
Selz Royal Blue Slioej
Commercial Club Elected
Officers for the Kn-
The Shoo That is Warranted to ALW AYS (ìive Satisfattimi
W e want you to get acquainted with Scl/ Slux** lot the\ aic
a friend to tl»e feet, and a friend to youi
Our stock is large and until CXtober 1st we will give
10 per cent off our already low prices on all our riblxws
Our Woolen Underwear, Overshirts,
Hosiery. etc. will be arriving daily now.
are confident you will find a gr.ide of
Remember our store will be the best place in Cen
tral Oregon to buy your Christinas goods, for our stock
will be the largest ever shown in this part of the state.
Sept. 9. 1911
Everyone visiting our store and purchasing
($ 1 . 00.1 one dollar’s worth of merchandise we will
present, (this only applies to one member of each
family! with a nice long handled Dust Pan worth
W e guarantee satisfaction in everything you buy
at our store, and will no doubt save you money if you
trade with us. so we ask
and would like to have you come m and
Committee Outliinng Plans
for Railroad Day
for a liberal share of your
YOURS FOR BUSINESS.
GREGORYS VARIETY STORE
Corner 6th and E S ts., Redmond.
I. D. B A SE Y ’S
HOSE who have been buying of
us since we opened our market
are well pleased with our meats
and the service afforded.
W e are get
ting new customers daily, and would
like to add your name to the list. Can
w e do so ?
Let us till your next order for meat;
you will be satisfied
Tum ALum Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Office and Yard 2 blocks east of Redmond Hotel, Redmond
them , foi wc
wearing quality and price you never saw before
At the meeting of the Com
mercial I'luh last night the fol
lowing officers were elect is I for
the ensuing year:
Prest. J. W. Brewer,
Y ic e -P r e s t .
111 is stmk
comprises the latest in shoe oinking
Jackson Blk. opp. Postoffice
W . S. R o d m an.
See. —A. ,1. Haney.
Trcas. it. M. Slocum.
Executive Committee Roy A.
Bush. J. F. Hosch. Carl Ehret,
GRIM WAYS IN GUINEA.
I k u lll In ( v « r y
Ktll«d In War Ar« f
H. C. Herrick.
l#«*o»lfrlluW. «!>•» V«! «
The secretary’s report showed
lln tiah r i | edition iHt-i I Ma li S i *
receipts tor the year of $l.Nl 1.17
<>( tin- i m |iriM iili>r
and disbursements, $1.743.50.
people fourni Itirrc :
u. i tnc-
The matter o f Railroad Day at-ar im clothing, but lin - in n i ,
celebration was taken up. ami a he qualified in ilio m»c ,»f « n i" « » in
committee appointed to cam ass mourning A l »urli timi- a «ntiiaii
the city for subscriptions, to as ta verv much co» er «il up. SMr vie,ir»
rlalm rate grata d o lili-». Itke ■ long
certain how much could be rais
mantle, ami It«» a thing m a m b liiu
ed for the event.
• huge poke bonnet over lu-r he .ut
The executive committee re She alio paint* her face « it li veli..«
ported they hail ordered the bund i* ner. 'I Ite nativo» mourn fur men.
to procure suits costing F-Sl. the but m>t m udi for «om en. \t the
Commercial Club to pay for same. moment of ilealh a great wailing
or »creaming 1» »et up, am) every
The band agreeing to take the bod»
o w s h,
mac If with
body c cover«
mud T l.
suits as their pay for playing for dead
always buried m the morn
the celebration, and the uniforms ing alioiit an hour before da«light
to belong to indivinual members During the night the «h o le tillage
o f the band. This brought out evidently tit up waiting. One «ouhl
considerable discussion, but the atari off in a quavering to n e high
above all Die other voice», anil tliev
action o f the executive commit would k'-ep tin« up for hour* and
tee was finally ratified.
hour» T h e dirge or wailing »ong
The matter of furnishing rock which tliev chanted wn* mo»t mi
for a stone depot her* was taken prc»m«e during the ailcnce of thr
up. anil Dobson and Brewer ap - - ' '
pointed a committee to look ||w
further into the matter and con- (|a r |jgf,t they would take the bodv
suit with the Oregon Trunk offi- off to i
im l one !■ •-■
wailing witli thè regular tap tap-
A special meeting o f the club '*P ,,f *,,r lom,om gradually dying
is called for next Wednesday away in the diatanre.
“ In their huta they preserved tlir i
night, and in the meantime the
■ Wnil« of their relative«. Dr W ol
executive committee was in laston and I went down another j
structed to get busy and outline river and vinitcd a very large v il
plans for the coming Railroad lage «here we do»ired to .fille d I
«nun- «knil«. D waa alwav» rather
in eataldiMi trade at tir«f,
The date for the aliove event
(>ut after the fir»t alu ne*» had worn
has not born derided ujam.
■ iff we fourni Dm native« only too
President ('.ray o f the Oregon ready In »ell Dm «kill!» (her bud
Trunk has notified Mayor Jones One woman brought out the «knl!
that in all probability the road ° f a child which alio »aid « m her
would be in position to run a s|>ec- own r ,|i!d »nd wished to »ell it to
ial train to this |s»int by OctoU-r il». Presently
,)Htk...... .. the whole village
s tre e t lo o k e d 1 1 ko a f«A» ig o tlui, a ll
2d, and there was some talk o f t|1(, (MO|,|t. |iatl
iig p u t th e a h ,ilia
holding the celebration on that th e y o w n ed o u ts id e t h e ir lin ts.
day. but as the Central Oregon T h e y d id n o t «»It U» to Im y th e m ,
Development League meets in but th e y e v id e n tly h o jie d we w o u ld
Burns on that date and many o f *>
1,1 rr*. ,,r
in • i will
the railroad i official*
« . » wkullw
. set . out
. . . in front of it
Another time a muti nroiipht the
that date could not lw consider- , knM of
Bg wife 1
atruek me aa being a particularly
At the meeting next Wednes grew «nine sight, because ho Mood
day night it is expected a deft- there for a long time with the aknll
nite date will have been agreed under In» nrm.
“Tlm nalivi-a «certi t<> allaoli no
ini puri «nrc lo Dm live» *»f Dm «ro
mei!. We once «a» n man drowning
NEW AI)S. TODAY a wmunii and resrned Imr. We gut
her un lo Die bank, wlu-re «he lay
for «urne lim e bofore alm wna n in i
D ISPLA Y
cirntly reoovored lo gel up «nd
Gregory’s Variety Store.
rniw l nwny lo tlm villnge. I conili
Jos. H. Jackson.
cito othrr ciam ple» to show tlmt
H. C. Herrick.
Dii» i» not an Uolntod in «lance of
Redmond Feed & Fuel Go.
cm elty. Cnnnitailiam ia noi priic-
liir d hy tlm Mimikn proplc n* n
W. H. Anderson.
generai cuMotn, hnt enemira kilh-d
in warfare are caten " — Chicago
It will pay you to read every New«.
one of the above ads.
A friend to your |nvket l*»'k I m a t N 1 tliev are mod
We have a Urge New Stock of These Shoos
for Women, Men, Children and Babies
Our new all wool Sweaters aa* arriving for men,
See them before you buy.
crate in price, wear better and «Hitlast other makes
Ixn s. ladies end children.
friend to the feet because they are always e;is\ and com loit
B U YS $250 UNIFORM
An Ey» t» Ih» Futura.
“G ìkh I morning. ma’a in.
t ’nn’t I
If you win new readers for »••Il yoii a preparili uni wnrrnntrd l<
your store’ s ads, you win new kill ruta and inice?”
*‘I Ihink not. Ttmre linan’t licen
patrons for your store naturally n rat or a niouae on thè premise« for
more llian tiro yenr«.’*
“ Ynn’ll bave homo Itefnre long,
If your advertising is adequate
there are people AT THIS MO- l’vr
, «old tlm neighhor»
MENT being influenced by it to , (1 (,j|j ,,jy you. «eren e«t» with, ned
make an UNINTENDED VISIT it’ll do u, ma'am."—Chicago Trih-
TO YOUR STORE.
|« m .
TIIK BKIIMOM) WHOLESALE
LI MBER & PROM'DE ( U an
nounce that their warehouse at
the Oregon Tnmk 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.
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Have You Found YOl
Somewhere in this city isa|#*j
of property YOU OUGHT to
because it would lx- worth t " V0 0 *
little more th.ui to anyone else.
You probably W I F E own it. sometime.
not try to locate it N O W , or S O O N , by watching ^
re;il estate ads. and answering ” likely ” ones.
Use and Read the “Classified Ads" for Resulte
Are above petty complaints ami annoyances o c c a s i o n e d W
buying inferior gisnls or brands that are not absolutely
an teed. Iry the Diamond W canned goods, teas,
»|iices and syrups.
Fresh breatl and vegetables on hand.
KKDMONI) (iKOCKKY CO.