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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1912)
REDMOND and VICINITY
ond Loda», I. O. O. F. No. iM
■ i» «ivory Thursday night In
CET YOUR COPY IN EARLY.
I a I im II VUIII iik hmtheia ar«
A||y Inviti')! tu Mtli'lnl
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A* T h * S p o k e sm a n a ln c » b sin g
P II Itodcineyer, H i t ,
b urn e d out |* b ein g p rin te d In P o rt
la n d u n til th a n ew p la n t la In a t a lla d J
It w ill b» » » c e a a d ry fo r a d v e rtle e ra
and o th » r( to got tb a lr co p y Into T h *
ftpokeam an offlc* by S u n d a y m o rn
in g of * » c h w » «k . T h l* >a due to th »
fa ct th at cop y fo r th » c u r ra n t w »»k I
\V J Ruckt«?, <\ C.
haa to b* *»n t out fro m h » r* S u n d a y
Il K Olaon. K of H. ft H.
n lg fit in o rd a r to ro a ch the P o rtla n d
a ffic» In tim » fo r th a t w eek'* laau».
MAIL NOAl) TIME CARD
T h ie c o n d itio n w ill o b ta in o n ly u n til
arrlvva from n orth .. ,7:10 p. in. T h * S p o ka am a n p la n t I* in s ta lle d
AT THE STORE
«dmond Loda» No. 110, K. P.
Monday nitriti In
V a Hall
Vlaillntt Knights ar«
arrivila front aonth , .7:11 a in.
II IIAU KO L. Agent
Mendenhall a window display l«»l !
N.iiimi.n »I hi >111111! , i o|.< nine .,f I
bla lr « cresin parlor » » a pretty nifty
mid attracted th* attention of many. I
J It <’i»>li |«ft |nat Tu«»day lor
Ontario. where b* «III umk« hla loud-
Itnmlse hum» Induatry and buy
•luurtrra lor an lti<l«-n»lt«- period Ilia
bread at Ih* Cash Urocery and fanill» *i|i*rt to join him titer« l«t*r |
K««|> Ih« iiHUt«) at born«
h«l|i build ufi Redmond.
la-sla Wylde was over from Prlne-
week llili'i view line the
»'Hem In r.gstd i„ bln eandbtnry fo r !I
•lie •I'-Iiiiiiallon for Hie i.Itici- of cuori |
K u r l t a n k s , Karly Rose,
ly Ohio, American Won-
Blue Victor, in
jtvd quantities, at $1.50
2.00 per KKI pounds.
Hen Mct'affery, manager of tb*
I b id hoapllal. was a l<. dim.ml visitor
last w e e k
lien aaya that Iteiluiond
baika good to him.
\V <! I'tioenl« haa an attrnrtlv«
window display at hla r«-al estate of.
fire .in North Hlilh Street
a whole addition laid out, with afreet
rara running on the prlurl|u«l street
Better Values and Lower Prices
YOU WILL FIND
A very Complete Line of Dry Goods, Ladies’ Ready-to-
wear Garments, Millinery, Fine Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves,
Groceries, Gents Furnishings, Clothing and Men’s Shoes.
Tailored Suits and Skirts
Nice Gingham Dresses, trimmed collar and yoke
for misses and ladies
$1.75 to $4.25
Nice Tan Serge Suits, well made and lined with
Fancy Tan Messaline .
Plain Shirt Waist «Suits, made good quality
$2.25 to $4.00
Nice Blue Serge Suits, w ell tailored and
s t y l i s h ................................. $18.00
Nice White Lingerie Dresses, for misses and
'2.50 to $10.00
Homespun Gray and Brown Suits, 3-button
sack c o a t ................................. $16.00
Good Gingham House Dresses
High Waist Line Skirts o f latest styles and
fabric, large assortment
$4.25 to $9.00
Nice Kimonas, Persian and Plain, long and
s h o r t ................................. 51 K- to $1.00
Pure Linen Skirts, nicely made, trimmed with
pearl buttons, only
l.u m lw r & I’nw lurr t o.
Kttaler servir« a at the different
'burelle# here were atlend<-<l Sunday.
dollar» reward will l>* paid Roth the M K and Prealiyterisn
tlo question» asked fur the re- rhurehea furnished lnter«-atlng Easier
of the plclttr* of P l l ” that was program* by the rhlldren.
fioui Khret'a hall. t l « i (iohl
John Mrtoiln and aon and aon In-1
|| . t u I
• Hotel lte«lnion<l 1» now w rv
special bdr Hutida) dinner fiotu Sheridan, Olla stai)
trough! the M. »i i e light» io le « three 11
lo li o'clock p in
«•-.( ..I the n i« mi the Ilea ||
[of far« In this paper for nett eh ut*-» rhet
lie hrought In a ear
load of goods and Implementa.
I*, n you »«<• a »atlslted
you may know that he
Hl'dimmd fJr»11. where the
In the »late la served
Try them and you‘1
O K Anderson
here from Oakville.
and have gone nut
eighty arrea two
am! wife arrived
Wash , last Week
to their ranrh «if
miles from Dea-
S H Snyder. Crook rotini y agent
> Inner man will be aatlafled If fr»r the Hortlrultural Pire Relief In-
get your meals at the Ki-diteind auranre company «if Salem, waa here
from Hend last week looking up bust-
n«-sa fur hla rompany
are now selling th- welt known
;nte«d Merurlty U v e Stork H *"l.
jble for all kinds of animats
U rerognlted aa one o f the lieat
Ida of stork f««al manufartllred
REDMOND PHARM ACY
There waa a one leggixl man here
last week aollrltlng alma (rom th*
He rlalmed he had a
wife and rhlldren to aupixrrt. and his
story brought him In a good amount
iad always fresh at the Cash
W. U'larkenbuah and fnmlly have
fry and Bakery.
Twenty <wnee moved In from their ranrb south of
« for one dime, or three for 18 the rlly and are living on the cor
ner of Second and A streets.
Patronise home liMustry end
the money In Itedmond
Therr I* so murh building going
on In Redmond that all the rarpen
(era are busy.
the Hfltfl Redmond for a dr-
ful Sunday dinner
Ridgew ay’s 5 o’clock Tea, regular 75c
value, Special per lb. .
Ladie’s Hemstitched Muslin Drawers,
good quality, only
M. J. B. Coffee, 3 lb. tins .
Children’s Rompers, made o f good heavy
Oeorge Kohl and hi* force o f paint-
era are kept on the jump these dnvs
painting new Imtldlnmi and touching j
up Improvements that have (><>rn
made on old building*.
You should get your seed
»toes before too ninny of
choice varieties are ship-
llevan! ft (¡ant, who had the ron-
out of the country. We I tract for putting In the new front
selling the Rurh'ink, • d the Lynch ft Robert* store un th«’
• corner of W ith and K street*, made
rl> Rose, Karly Ohio, a good lixiklng Job of the work.
Wrican Wonder and Blue
W J Wheeler, the plum tier on |
tor at $l..r»0 to $2.(M> per South Klghth stiftet. Is building an
addition to his plumbing shop on the
Lumber & I'rodur« Co.
M O ND AY SPECIALS
LYNCH & ROBERTS
THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES AND LOWER PRICES
A nice shower of rain vtalti-d this
section last Wednesday afternoon and j
laid the dust that had I h - kuii to get
thick on some of the prlndiwri bust
W e Buy Butter and Eggs
Write your "R«*al Katnte EYir Sale"
ad without trying to condense It tiai
Tell some details about the something to sell, trade or exchange.
Jet lhe habit and eat at the Hed- property tell the facta which would or want to buy or rent.
ul tlrlll, where the largeat 30 answer obvloua queallona altout the
J. 8. I.nckey and wife of Bugene
It meal In Central Oregon Is property.
and J C. Uickey of Portland, for
Redmond I* getting to he a city of mer «dd timer* In Crook county In
A the vicinity of Prtnevllle. were In
ery rent that goea out o f Red large number of the business houses R«'dmond last weok on their way to
id for bread never return*, there- have tind their window* lettered with Prtnevllle to vlatt friends
Redmond they uu't many of thetr old-
buy your bread and bakery gold sign* In un attractive manner.
time former friend*.
3» at the Cash (Irocerey and
President .1 W. Itrewer of the Ret!
ery. and help build up Redmond. mond Rank of Commerce went to
A. J. Hnnev and Ashley Porreat
Portland last Wednesday morning on went fishing In the Ih'schutea river
near Cline Pall* th«- second of the
month. Haney stated they had very
lulek service, satisfactory meals
Prank Znniwslt was over from Sia fair luck and caught about a dosen
the right price la what you get ti r* last week to gi-t some material trout from six Inches up- but how-
he Redmond tirili.
for the new building he Is putting many Inches up he didn't say.
up there for hi* meat market and
Hi-dmond Market. Isaac -I feed afore
The plate glass front that W. P.
Prunk aaya there la con
proprietor, la carrying «'g o o d sideratilo building In Slaters this Young has put in In the front o f his
Sixth street building Improves the
ite of meal In nil lines
looks o f the place wonderfully, and
hamburger made fresh twice
the painter* got through with
)y with our Impmvcd machinery.
A small amount of money expended
work one would hardly know
In advertising In the 'Tlaasllted Col
umn" of The S|Kike*mnn will bring the place.
ire now sellini: thè well known result* Try It If you have anything
"Store Service." which Is n store's
leed Herurlty l.lve Stock Pisxl. yon want to sell, buy, exchange or
reason for being h store. Is many
e fi ir all klnds of animai» Thls rent.
phased—of course. Hut prompt pub
ognllrd a» ime of thè liest
A A Morse, special representative licity for all bargain news Is an lm-
of stm-k fiaid mnnufactured.
of the trillile department o f the Ore poll,ml phase of It.
RKDMOND l’ HARMACY.
gon Washington Railroad ft Naviga
L. Dally, the Inthlng nnd plastering
tion company. Oregon short Line
■ u v e vour order for land plaster
Railroad rompany. I'nlon Pacific Rail contractor, who la doing the work
P' Kendall Ai ('Impilimi
on the Aug. Anderson stone building.
fi:: lo get in a te,eoo pound cur road company and Southern Pacific Is a high-class workman In his line
Railroad company, was a Redmond
visitor last Prldity In the Interest of and his work always give* the lu'sl
the above roads
He was very fa of satisfaction.
P"n'l bother to riaik dinner on vorably Impresseli with Redmond and
The Hotel Redmond la surrounding country and stated to
"Store Service" Is what links n
Mog a chicken dinner, with lee The Spokesman that we hud the mak store to the people of a community
roi. front fi .10 to k o'clock p to ing o f a great dairying and hog-rals — and an essential o f It Is the full
publication of «11 store news.
lug country here.
br P'lalum a Inruhatora sc. Ken
Carlton L. Pepper of The Dalles.
William Hamilton expect* to lenve
r load of land plaster has been
d by the Tum-A-Lum Lumber this week for his old home In Iowa. He publican candidate for the nomi
ay. tiring In your orders. 3i*tf It Is understood that he will play nation for district attorney for thfs
tlrst base for the Monmouth. III. district, wns In Redmond the latter
ball team this season
Mr. Hamil part o f Inst week getting acquainted
Mr Pepper savs
ton's leaving will leave n void In the with the voters
FARM IM PLEM ENTS.
Redmond Concert band that will be he Is well pleased with the outhsik
Kentucky Disk Drills.
He plays the lllth base, for his nomination.
'«re I'nlversnl Steel Lever liar- noticed
one of the Important Instruments.
John MoTaggart of Madras, candi
aeere Dtak Harrow*.
A "W an t" or "Eor Sale" In the date for nomination for sheriff on
“ 'll iismrtmrnt I’low* Just arrived
Classified columns of The Spokesman the Republican ticket, wns circulât
A L F ItK I) MI'S/,.
[idware Man. Jackson's Old Stand. will help yon out, and not cost »inch I lug here among the voters Inst week.
sur Try this column when you have Mac snys he will get a big vote north
W e Close 6 : 30 ; Saturday 10:00
O. H. Stone has moved from Mica.
Z T. McCaly and W. J. Buckley
Idaho, to this section of the state, made a trip to Terrebonne Monday
and Redmond Is now- his iiostofBee.
and Inspected the improvements on
the W. Archer homestead near the
of Cr«>oke«l river, and considers his above place, on which Mr. Archer
cbanr«-s of landing the nomination as will prove up on April 13th. They
good as any of the candidates.
found that Mr. Archer has one of
the lieat Improved dry land home
The wisely managed households steads In this section.
are not so rare as they used to be—
In the days when fewer people were ■'■"Redmond Lodge No. 110. K o f P..
will give * social session at their
hall Monday evening. April 15th. An
C. M. McAllister, live stock agent Interesting program will be presented,
of the Portland Cnlon stockyards, after which dancing will be Indulged
was In Redmond last week advocat In until midnight.
ing the raising of hogs by the ranch
John Tuck's farm north o f the city
ers In the territory around this city.
He Is an enthusiastic live stock man was selected as the site for the Irrl-
and w hs much impressed with this gated demonstration station In Crook
country as a good country for hogs. county by the expert« from the Cor
vallis Agricultural Cqllege.
The sum of *15 was realized from
the sales at the soda fountain at
Mendenhall's last Saturday from 1
p. m until 10 p. m.
was turned over to the Redmond
Public Library fund.
Rev. D. lo re e . colporter for the
American Baptist Publication society,
.preached an Interesting sermon at
the M E. church Sunday evening. Mr.
Loree is now located at Redmond.
J. H. Washington and family ex
pect to leave this week for Elma,
Wash., their former home Mr. Wash
ington recently sold his fine ranch
south o f the cltv. He has a warm
spot in his heart for Redmond and
the folks here and will keep in
touch with this section by reading
The Spokesman each week.
A practical potato grower can get j
a chance to put in potatoes tm shares [
on seven lots In the city.
lnter«-ste«l In this matter sh««ild call
at The Spokesman office at once.
The following Terrebonne people.
were here Sunday as guests of Mr
and Mrs. T. E. Simpson at their
ranch just west o f the *'it,v: Mr. and I
Mis \\ .lit. 1 - Millin'. Mi
Mitchell. Janies Voss and sister. Wll-1
Ham (iranthum nnd William McEwen.
Mrs Z. T. McClay left Monday,
morning for her old home tn Mis- \
sourl, where she will visit for several
The Redmond Concert hand was
out Saturday night playing at differ
ent points In the city.
A fter the
band was through playing on the
street they went to the Commercial
club hall and made a couple of band
re«mnla for the phonograph which
turned out exceedingly well f«>r the
K E. Hnrnder o f Aurora. Mn..
of I. L. Harader of Cline Palla,
rived here laat Thursday and
make thls hla future home.
Harader was here several years
ANY WORK IN THE ABOVE
LINE WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
HANGING, T I N T I N G A N D
GEO. KOHL, Redmond, Ore»