The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, August 18, 1910, Image 4

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    the boundary lines of the pro­
posed new county of Deschutes,
the lines of the U. S. land dis­
tricts in the southern and eastern
Good bright boy wanted at The
part of the county, and many
Spokesman office to learn the
Roberts Bros, at Sisters to new postofhces and wagon roads printing business.
not heretofore shown in any map
Have Mill in Oper-
published in the county. The
Old type makes the best bab­
tion Shortly
map is well worth the price ask­
bitt metal. This office has a
ed for it, $1.00.
The Crook County Abstract Co. lot of old type for this purpose.
While in Remond Monday fore­ is composed of John T. Ross. D.
noon El wood Roberta of Sisters. L. Wylde and B. F. Wylde. who E. B. Borne jr., of Ritzville,
Rave out the information that recently came to this state from Wash., who is interested in prop­
the saw mill he and his brother . Colorado. The company has just erty in Redmond and vicinity,
after a sojourn hereof some time
were going to put in at Sisters completed a set of up to date ab­
left for bis home last week. He
would be in operation in about stract books of this county.
will
try to induce a number from
two week8.
his part of Washington to locate
Cheap
Prices
for
When questioned as regards
in Redmond and the Redmond
a large tie contract it was report­ the Consumer
District.
ed they had from the Oregon Lynch & Roberts, general mer­
Trunk Line. Mr. Roberts stated chandise and drugs, are offering
George H. Herbert, a deputy
there was no truth in the report, some attractive prices on fresh
sheriff of Baker City and an old
but said they had a contract with groceries and canned goods that
friend of City Marshal Mills, was
t ’le Oregon Trunk people to furn­ it will pay economical buyers to
in
Redmond for a few days last
ish bridge timbers for the Crook­ investigate. They are also mak­
week.
Mr. Herbert is well known
ed River bridge. As soon as the ing attractive prices on their line
in this section, and was agreeably
mill starts up they expect to cut ! of gloves.
surprised to see the building ac­
from ten to fifteen thousand feet
tivity and well founded eviden­
daily of bridge timber until the Excursion Rates
ces of prosperity in Redmond.
contract is completed.
Soon Be On
Mr. Roberts furtherstated they
It is expected that the fall Sheriff Elkins was over from
would run their mill to capacity
schedule
of colonists rates from the county seat last Thursday on
and would be in a position to sup­
the
east
to
the coast will soon be official business.
ply the Redmond market with
put
in
effect
by the Great North­
lumber.
ern and 0. R. & N. roads. These The thanks of the editors of
reduced rates will have the effect The Spokesman are due Mr. Kirk
New Map of
of
bringing a large number of Whited for some excellent roast­
the County
people into Redmond and this ing ears of corn he left at the of­
The Crook County Abstract Co. section of the state.
fice last week.
of Prineville, has just issued a
new and comprehensive map of Manila binding twine at Ken
General Traffic Manager Clark
Crook county. The map shows dall & Chapman's.
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G r«* Nefifcer*:
was here yesterday looking up
tonnage for his road. From here
he went to Bend and from there
goes to Klamath Falls.
WILL SOON
BE SAWING
Redmond and Vicinity
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Buckley Drug Co.,
Cecil Kenoyer, wife and child­
ren and the Misses Elliott of
Hillman, are spending a week or
ten days camping on the Metolis.
Snider’s
S. R. SNIDER, Proprietor
Recently Opened. Everything
New and First-Class
.
Regular
and
Short Order Meals
Open From 5:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
Regular Table Board, $5.00 per Week.
Commutation Tickets at Reasonable Rates
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PA R K
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DEALERS IN
Soft Drinks
We carry the Finest Line of
All Kinds of Soft Drinks in the
City
Come in and see us when you
want anything in the above line
Redmond,
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W E S T - E N D
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Redmond’s Addition of Character
ELECT YOUR LOTS NOW AND GET A GOOD
CHOICE^ The only addition with a public
park within the corporate iimita uMUuffluii(i. Lota
50x125.
Wide streets and alleys. Located on the
highest ground in the City.
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Blast Puts Out
Laborer’s Eye
Steve Uoltzos, a laborer em­
ployed at Nelsan Bras. Camp No.
1. had the sight of his right eye
destroyed the 15th by a piece o f ,
rock the size of a large nut being
blown into it,
Uoltzos and a fellow laborer
had gone to see why a blast hnd
not exploded, and as they ap- j
proached the place the charge
exploded with the above result.
His companion was slightly in-,
jured.
Redmond
Realty Co.
Sueremors to Kllingrr ft Taliaferro
Jackson Lumber
Everything in Real Estate
Irrigated Farm Lands
GO M P A N Y Sells
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JONES LAND CO.
Doors, Windows, Glass,
Ranges, Heating and Cook
Stoves,
Builders’ Hardware,
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggiesand Hacks,
Improved and Unimproved
Redmond City Property
Homestead and Desert Claims
Located
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Come and see us if you want any kind
Of Real Estate in Crook county.
We
have a large list ot choice buys.
Ray Osborne left this week for
Medford.
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see us.
Subscribe for The Spoksman
Farm lands and city property
for sale by J. J. Ellinger.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
$1.50 per year in advance
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, and
Miss Jackson had Sunday dinner
at the Eby ranch.
Jackson Lumber Co.
Redmond
The Presbyterian building so­
ciety meets with Mrs. Norwood
this afternoon.
Dr. Cline, wife and little son
Harold of this city, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Jordan and Mrs. Jordan,
sr. of Prineville, left today for
the mountains on a hunting and
fishing trip of several weeks dur-!
ation.
E. L. Rapp, the clothier, is ex- i
pected to arrive here this week
with his stock of goods.
Let us do your next order of
job printing. High class work.1
NORTH
BEACH
Queen of the Northwest Resorts
THE KEY HAS BEEN THROWN AWAY AT
Full line of stationery, new
clean stock, at the Buckley Drug
Co.
ltf
Rev, G. A. M. Lilley and fam­
ily returned the latter part of
last week from a trip across the
mountains where they had been
attending Chautauqua.
AND
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Mr. and Mrs. McLallin enter­
tained a few friends at an old
fashioned com roast under the
junipers Wednesday evening.
Welter & Williams,
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LENOX
Mr. and Mrs. Holder and Mr.
and Mrs.G. Ruark of Melrose, la.,
are visiting at the M. E. Landis
home. The ladies are sisters of
Mrs. Landis. The party ¡scamp­
ing, hunting and fishing at Cres­
cent Lake this week.
Sunday evening hours at the
local telephone exchange are now
iroiii 7 to 9 Tne'morning hours
« ' are the same as formerly.
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B. A. Kendall and family made
a business trip to Bend Tuesday.
Restaurant and Chop House
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Miss Opal Munkers of Port­
F. S. Forest, sales manager of
land.
who has been visiting her
the Inland Empire of Portland,
sister,
Mrs. Hosch. returned to
was interviewing the business
her home Sunday. Dr. and Mrs.
men here yesterday.
Hosch accompanying her as far
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Pratt and as Madras.
son. Miss Pratt and Mr. Wright.
Born. August 10th. to Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ogg and son, Mrs. Vandyke, 4 miles north of
and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kennard Redmond, a son.
recently drove to Hillman, Trail
Crossing and down the river to Frank Jenkins and O. A. Camp­
the railroad grade where the bell and family of Eugene, visit­
ed here this week with J. W.
bridge is to be built.
Woodruff and family.
An assortment of the best
made team lines at the harness
shop.
3tf
Prop’rs.
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MADI SON
PALSUCE CREAM PARLORS
Nothing but the BEST
Full line of Stationery
STB E C T
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P A R K
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t L C VE N T H
1 $ 1
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If you want a good dish of Ice
Cream made from pure cream,
a Milk Shake, a cold glass of
Soda Water, Fresh Fruit, or
some of the best Confectionery
made, call and see us.
] DEI (HE Q E GEO CIE I
IS
“ Jack’s” Place
DAY AND NIGHT
RESTAURANT
JACK FAHEY, Proprietor
Corner Sixth and F Sts.,
REDMOND
Near the Mouth of the Columbia River, on Washington Coast
The Place to 8pend Your
Summer Vacation
Twenty-five miles of Magnificent Beach
la*vel, Compact and Smooth
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel
tent and camp hfe. All th^
1 *■ noiei,
healthful
(om.fo.rt*
"f home
healthful mviimrL.in,,
invigorating recreation
of the"sesusirVó'
'"'mi
ing,
ng, fishing,
fishing, clam digging beach hr,nfl£í ■ i-
hunting, .tro
si ll.
huntjn»,
headlands.
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R H ucri tt.tr . from .11 Ptrt. of o * * . >nd w „ hi„
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v e r y t h in g n e w , c l e a n
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and First-class. When you
want a good appetizing meal
come and see me, I will deliver
the goods. Meals served at all
hours day and night.
OREGON RAILROAD
& NAVIGATION C01PAI
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BREAD, CAKES AND PIES FOR SALE
WM. Me MURRAY.
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