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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1911)
'he Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” o f (e n tr a i O regon
ILROA I) DA Y IS TO BUILD TW
SET FOR SEPT. 30 NEW
K E D M oN p, ( KOOK C O U N TY, OREGON. TH U R SD A Y. SEPTEM BER 14. 1011
Council Orders 60-Foot
Bridges Across ( anal
fin C and I) Sts.
Portland Commercial Club Representatives and
Railroad Oflirials Will Arrive Here Night of the
2!lth for Celebration Next Ray—Oregon Trunk
Bridge Ready for Steel Cars to Pass Over About
16th, and Rails Expected to Reach Here the 24th
hie dale of Railroad i < lebration I lay
tritìi«>nd lus IMfii definitely fixed i>>i
ri.iv. Sept. !K)th. Word was received
| from Portland that sjhi i.il trams
I t .• • !« .i : ,>M in. min i .-f i!;.
Commercial Cittì), and tatltuid olii
! would leave there Friday mommi;.
Jitth. and arrive here m the evening.
Portland people will stay here over
and attend the c*elebmtion t»n the
\Vi t imi c.tin i tati ■ .lilt iaF
! been invited to attend
he celebration is lx*ing worked out
Mil be published next week,
miers and ranchers are urged to
k 'li ampi-• "t gram and \c grtaN.
plubilion on that day.
WORK ON SAME IS
TO BEGIN AT ONCE
From the most reliable authority ob
tainable it is learned that the Oregon Trunk
railroad bridge over Crooked river will I k *
ready by the Kith for the crossing of the
tracklavmg tram and steel cars.
laying on this side of the bridge is expect
ed to lx-gin Monday, the 1 St h. and the mils
reac h this city, a distance of eight miles
from the bridge, in a week's time.
From here the tracklaying will be hur
ried on to Rend,a distance of twenty miles'.
Oregon Trunk railroad officials state that
the road will lx* put through to the termi
nus at I fend with the least possible delay,
and the roadbed surfaced and ballasted af
terward. it being the intention of the traf
fic officials to get their homeseeker’s trains
into Redmond at as early a date as possible.
Dualities That W ill Command Your Admire
ion-prices that w ill Appeal «he Economical
In buying your household needs quality should lx* your
first consideration. For in quality, the greatest satisfaction
is. When the qualify is correct, then you can afford to turn
your attention to price.
I his store features merchandise
of satisfactory quality, and O N L Y that kind.
gardless of the lowness o f our prices you’ll find every yard
and |xireel o f merchandise purchased here of satisfactory
>ovs* School Clothes
Have you thought of buying
p>ni a new suit ? Well, von can
pfford to do so at OUR STORK.
o\e will place on side, lx*ginning
September 1st to 15th
N r entire line of Boys’ Suits,
"ere are some sample prices:
g o for
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.
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
bring ux vnur
■»utter and Kggx
I am going to discontinue handling I „idles’
Shoes and am making a Special Price on
every thing in thi« line.
Regular $5.50 Shoes cut to $ 3.85
All Straw and Panama Hats at COST Price
E. L. R A P P
At the meeting o f the city
council Tuesday night a contract
wax awarded to Wm. G . Phoenix
to build a GO-foot wide bridge
arrows the canal on C street for
flBOt and f .
M. White was
awarded a contract to build the i
machine by October 1st, or as
same kind o f a bridge across D
as the railroad begins de
street for the same price.
mates had been received for
tell you how you can
building two 16-foot
across the above streets, for $265
several hundred o f
out it was the opinion o f some of
w hose time has
the councilmen that a 16-foot
bridge was too narrow, and both
Mr. Phoenix and Mr. White
agreed to build 60-foot bridges
across the streets at a slightly
give us the amount needed and
advanced coat o f what the 16-
Do you want to get more and we can order the machine. It
foot bridges would have coat.
It is expected work on the bridg better news in The Spokesman will be a wonderful improvement
than you are getting now, for the and its effects will be reMected in
es will begin at once.
price o f subscription?
the manner in which we will be
Rills were presented as follows:
can tell you how* you can able to serve you. I f you w ant to
G. E. Green. $15.20; Lynch &
assist in this matter send in your
Roberta, $4.55; Ehret Bros., $62. do this.
subscription. $1.50. T O D A Y .
88, all o f which were referred to
Individually the amounts due
the Finance Committee.
are small, but collectively they
Bill o f Buckley Bros.. $7.50,
quite a sum.
was ordered paid.
City Attorney Willcox made a
complaint altout the waste water Spokesman could print each week
from the laundry being allowed from three to four times the
to Mow into the drain in the amount o f good live news matter
northern |>art o f the city, and it now does, and do away with
Free berg Bros.
after Home discussion the mar "p la tes ".
Kendall & Chapman.
With this improvement every
shal was instructed to notify the
F. W. McCatTery.
laundry proprietors to atrnte the subscriber would be getting an
J. H. Mendenhall.
advanced worth o f his money.
I Redmond Bank o f Commerce.
The Linotype costs a large sum
The matter o f collection o f oc
I. O. O. F. Lodge-
cupation tax was taken up. and o f money—especially for a coun
it was decided that the city re try newspaix»r publisher
J. C. Williams.
corder fully explain to those who
were delinquent, just how the machine will lx; in the neighbor
hood o f $500.
It will pay you to read every
tax had been collected, those
W e want to install this new- one o f the above ads.
who had i»aid, etc., and endeav
‘The Head to Foot Clothier.*’ R edm ond, Or.
WILL you HELP US GET
THAT NEW MACHINE?
By Paying Your Subscript
ion Due You Will Get
a Better Paper
or to get all the back tax col
5e Tall Corn
White Laundry Soap, bar
Sail Soap ...................8 bars 25c
Corn Starch, pkg
Head Rice, 12 lbs
Jap. Rice, 16 lbs ................. L00
Oatmeal, 18 lbs ............. 1.00
Gunned Fruit, 3 cans ......... 50c
1 gal. Syrup ..................... 65c
V 2 gal. Syrup ...................... 35c
ItIC DEPARTMENT STOKE
at COST PRICE
NEW ADS. TODAY
E H R E T BROS.
Occupation Tax Is Ordered
to Be Abated
$1.50 PE R Y E A R
M. H. Gillett. who has a ranch
three-quarters o f a mile from the
city, had some corn growing in
his garden that measured 14 feet
high. Mr. Gillette intended to
cut the eorn and bring it in for
exhibition at the Commercial
Club room, but before he got
around to it his cows broke into
the garden and ate up the tall
corn. Nevertheless, Mr. Gillette
now has corn growing that is
The gospel tent meetings here
closet! Sunday night, and Elder
Gibson has gone to his home in
C. J. Cummings,
w ho assisted him. expect* to go
to the Ministerial Institute and
Conference that will soon be held
at College Place, Wn.
W e want to call your atten
tion to the fact that we will
have a complete stock of the
above for the coming term
o f school.
and everything else that is
used by the child at school.
Let us fit you out.
W. H. ANDERSON
The Postoffice Store