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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1910)
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REDMOND S PO K E S M A N Dissolution o f Partnership
I*ubliah«*,l vvrry Thursday by
H. H. A C. 1.. VAI MEK
AT REOMOND, OREGON
Strictly in Advance
One year. -
$1.50 I Three month«, 50c
.75 I Single copice. 5c
ADVERTISING RATES made known
Application for entry an second-clan»
matter made at Redmond l'oetothcc.
Redmond, Oregon, Aug. 4, 1910
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership of Ellinger
iaferro has been dissolved by
mutual consent. J. J. Ellinger re
tiring from said firm. All debts
or accounts due said firm may be
paid to Z. Taliaferro, and all
claims and liabilities against or
owing by said firm outstanding
on the 22nd duy o f July. 1910.
will I k * paid by the undersigned
Z. T a lia f e r r o ,
J. - J. E llinger .
Trade at Woodruff's and save
IRRIGATION AND COOPERATION
City Property and
Improved and I'nimproved
th a t w e can s e ll y o u a t
s a tis f a c to ry p ric e s a n d on
re a s o n a b le T e r m s .
R E D M O N D & P H O E N IX
Agents for D. I. & P. Co’s. Land
LAMB FEED CO.
R e d m o n d . O re g o n
Roller Mill and
Dealers in Chop Feed o f all kinds. Baled Hay,
Timothy, Alfalfa, Clover, Seeds and Seed
Grain. T O L L CH O PPING DONE.
Manufacturers of Graham Flour
Queen of the Northwest Resorts
Near the Mouth o f the Columbia River, on Washington Coast
The Place to Spend Your
Twenty-five miles o f Magnificent Beach
Level, Compact and Smooth
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel, cottage,
tent and camp life.
All the comforts o f home and the
healthful invigorating recreation o f the seaside—surf bath
ing, fishing, clam digging, beach bonfires, riding, racing,
hunting, strolls and drives through picturesque wooded
Reduced Rates from all Parts o f Oregon and Washington
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* OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION COMPANY
Season Rate: From Portland Round Trip,
Three Day—Saturday to Monday Rate,
Purchase tickets and make reservations at City Ticket Office,
3d and Washington Sts., Portland, or inquire o f any 0. R.
N. agent elsewhere for information.
WM. Me M URRAY.
G e n e r a l P assenger A g e n t ,
P o rtlan d , O regon .
The following is taken from a
To haul lumber from the old
recent issue o f the Saturday Eve Hightower Smith mill to Red
ning Post, and is very opportune mond and Bend, ( ’all or write
Pilot Butte Development Oa
to this section:
"H ave you ever considered, ”
writes a correspondent in New
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Di-psrtment o f the Interior, U. S.
| Mexico, “ that irrigation leads di
lunil other at The Dalle«, Dragon, June
rectly to cooperation among farm
Notice i» hereby given that Irill* A.
ers in marketing their produce?
Griffith, whoae postoffii'o address in Si»
Their common interest in a ditch ter», Oregon, did, on the 2Sth tUy of
system helps them to realize their April, InQ, l i t in tins .■tfi.-.- IWOTtl
statement and application No. 06623, to
common interest in a marketing purchaae the sw| section 6, township 14
south, range 11 emit, Willamette meri-
nd the timber thereon, under the
Certainly this theory is sup provisions o f the act o f June 3. IS7X.
ported by the facts. Probably
••Timber and Stone Law ." at such value
there is quite as much, or even a» might be lixed by appraisement, ami
more, cooperation among farmers that, pursuant to such application, Uie
land and timber thereon have been at>-
upon irrigated lands as among
laad. the timber aatimated .>30,000
nl feet at 75 cents per M. and the
those who depend upon rainfall,
land $135.00; that said applicant will o f
notwithstanding the vastly great fer tinal proof in support of his applies
er number o f the latter. To a tion and «worn statement on the ISth
day o f August. loin. b l f t n the regis
common undertaking—the irri ter and receiver o f the U. 8. land o f
gating plant—which no one o f fice at The Dalles, Ore.
Any person is st liberty to protest
them could carry through by his this purchase before entry, or initiate
at any lime before |uttrot is
individual effort, the former owe
sues. by filing a corroborated affidavit
their very existence.
in this office, alleging farts whirh would
Nearly every student o f Am er defeat the entry.
C. W. Moore. Register,
ican history has pointed out how
first publication jne 16-aug II
deeply national life was influenc
ed by the settlement o f the Mid
dle West. That settlement bred
individual independence. E v e ry !
fellow, with his own axe and
plow, cleared his own quarter
section and seemed to stand on
his own two legs, competing with ,
j the next fellow.
Probably the j
settlements o f the future will
have an opposite effect, breeding
cooperation instead o f competi-!
tion. A t any rate that is a pleas
ing dogdays notion.
Ray Brewster, deputy county
' surveyor, his assistant, Clarence
Rice, and two road viewers,
Henry Grimes and J. W. Elliott,
all o f Prineville, Sundayed in
Redmond and left Monday for
the country northeast o f the city
to view a proposed new road.
All Orders Given Prompt
W. W. CAUGHEY,
Good Buys in
...C A L L
O N ...
F. W. McCaffery
REDMOND , ORE .
Dealer in Timber Lands ,
Homesteads and Desert
Claims , Deschutes Valley
Lands with perpetual wa
BARGAINS in ALL KINDS of REAL ESTATE
L i v e r y , Sal e and
Fe e d
First class Rigs and Teams, with or with
out drivers, for trips to all point* in the
Deschutes Valley at reasonable price*.
Hay. Grain and Stable R«>ofn for your
Bring your sti>ck here for sale or trade. We
have plenty o f accommodation*.
Headquarters for Freighters
McCLAY & TEMPLETON, Prop’s.
C o r . 7th a n d E S ts ..
REDM OND. ORE.
TU M A LO
Chief Engineer Laurgaard o f the Co
lumbia Southern Irrigating Co., a rep
resentative o f an eastern bonding com
pany and Fred Wallace o f Laidlaw,
were at this place July 26th looking ov
er the reservoir site and irrigation
work. Mr. Laurgaard stated that ac
tive work on the reservoir and dam
would soon begin.
The crop is looking fine in this sec
tion and the farmers are looking for a
Clover and alfalfa
look exceptionally well, and much o f it
will make from 21 to 34 tons to the acre
G. W. Wimer and sons are busy cut
ting their clover and alfalfa.
John H. Edwards was here recently
and stated that he would soon take up
the work o f opening up a wagon road
from Buell to Soda Springs at the head
o f Tumalo Creek. About nine miles of
road will be built, and when completed
the Springs will undoubtedly become a
popular summer resort as the water
there is cool, sparkling and very health
Some parties from Philamoth, this
state, were here the 26th looking over
property. They had been to Reno look
ing at property, but said prices there
were way too high to suit them.
When you have traded to the
amount o f $60 Woodruff gives
you a fine phonograph.
Tents and Wagon
We have lately received a large stock of the
above goods, all sizes, and when you want any
thing in this line call on us and let us fill your
order. We can satisfy you.
and SURGEON - *
Office in Redmond & Phoenix
R e d m o n d . O re .
M erc hint ! JaaoR]
Suits Made to Order
Cleaning and Repairing
Fit guaranteed or no sale
is built to meet the peculiar needs o f modern ac
J. C. WILLIAMS
It shows a trrmcnduouH saving o f time
and operating expense.
It insures neatness and
The UNDERWOOD led the way in Writing-in-
Sight Construction, Built-in Tabulators, and Mod
ern Hookkeeping Appliances.
There is none to
compare with it for originality, durability, speed
J. A. WILCOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Everything in Hardware
“ The Machine You Will Eventually Buy”
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
i n q o r p o p a t b d
Office on North Sixth St.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore
68 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon