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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1911)
P u b l i s h e d a t t h e “ H u h C ity 99 o f C e n t r a l O r e g o n
REDMOND, ( KOOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 25. Kill
R. R. Ml BY
FIRST OF JULY
Redmond Mail to Ik Rout
ed By the Way of
BIDS ARK NOW BEING
Will He Possible to Receive
Mail the Same Day It
Culver Tribune; Postmaster
(«O ver has received notice front
the postolfice department that
Culver will be the distributing
IM >i ri t for all mui I going to I’rine-
ville and I arnioni« and to Kill-
man, Redmond, Rend, and all
poiittH south. N otices are now
iswtcd culling for sealts] hid« for
the carrying of the mail on two
routes. One leaving Culver aft-
•*r the arrival of the evening
train at Culver, daily, and curry-
injr the mail to Prineville via l.a
monta, arrivili* at Prineville in
Prineville at 1: p. m. and arrives
at Culver at 7: p. m.
I lie new schedule on the Ore
*on Trunk brings the evening
train into Culver at 7:U> p. m. so
that (Msiple on this route may
get Portland mail in the evening
of the day it leaves there.
other route will I*- front Culver
to Hillman, Redmond and Rend.
This route will carry the mail for
Cline Kalis, Sisters. I .aid law and
all points south. The stage will
leave Culver after the arrival of
the evening train, every day in
the week. The schedule to itemi
is y hours from the time of de-
parture from Culver. Returning
the Stage will leave Rend at 1 p.
m. and arrive at Culver 9 hours
later. This is also to be a daily
sendee. This route w ill supply a
large territory, ami will bring
the mail to some of the |s>ints
along the line two days earlier
than formerly. Rids for these
routes can Is1 made on or in-fore
June tJth, and the service is to Is*
established on July 1st unless
■owner established by special
permit, which w ill very likely la-
PLANNING TO BUILD
A $3.000 CLUB HOUSE
The Commercial Club of this
city is considering the proposi
tion of buying a piece of land in
a suitable location and building a
home for the club. The
1 ‘lan has not yet taken definite
shape, but the pruftosition has
Is-en made in order to get the
sentiment of the citizens in the
Messrs. Lynch ami Slocum of
the Club, have been appiinted a
committee to raise alsiut $200 by
subscription for improvement of
the Cline Falls road. It is un-
derst«ssl that the county will as
sist in making the necessary im
provement if part of the amount
for the same is raised by Red-
mond js-o pie.
H. F Jones w as elected to rep
resent the Redmond Commercial
Club at Prineville when the for
mation o f the Central Oregon
Development I >-ague is made at
Adjudication On 46,000
Acres in This County
Mas Been Made
HOARD OF CONTROL
UPHELD BY COURT
Right* On Squaw and Turn-
alo Creek« Finally
A dispatch from Salem dated
the 18th says: Squaw Creek and
Tumalo Creek water rights in
Crook county have been adjudi-l
It's very jss»r economy to buy merchandise so inferior in quality that it does not give you
complete satisiaction. It is extravagance to pay more than reliability is worth.
There are three classes of merchandise:
lhe KxtravagutiUy Cheap, the Reliable Standard, and the Extravagantly High Priced.
This store specializes on the merchandise that la-longs to this middle class.
And we are
sure that in doing your purchasing you w ill serve your own best interests, and secure complete
satisfaction in choosing front these reliable goods.
In fact, we glut ran tin- complete satisfaction in every purchase made here.
This week we offer a number o f s|>eciully priced lots as an added incentive to May
business. Read the list they are Money Savers.
We have the most COMPLETE STOCK
You will find our Dry Goods Depart
ment always Complete.
Indian Linens, popular for White
Dresses and Waists, in 15-20-25c grades.
Ribbons in all widths and shades.
You will find our Ladies Muslin and
Knit Underwear complete in every detail.
A good House Lining at 5 1/4C per yd.
OF SHOES in Central Oregon, and car
ry such famous brands as the Gotzian,
Packard and John Strootman’s.
For FRIDAY and SATURDAY
we will place on sale 3 dozen pair o f
Men’s Mule hie. Hal. Elk Hide Soles
You’ll be sorry if you do not get a pair
Our Stock is always complete
SPECIAL FOR NEXT WEEK
Gal. can Solid Packed Peaches ....... $ .50
Coal Oil per gal
Sugar, 15 lbs. for
Rice, I f lbs. for
Dry Raspberries, lb
We have just received a shipment of
Coffee, a fine grade, that we sell for
25 c. per pound
Men’s Corduroy Pants.
They are good
ones. Regular $3.50 and $4.00 kind.
WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS AT
$1.50 PER YEAR
I have just received a large
shipment o f these celebrated
goods in Spring and Summer
weights and styles.
I want you to see this line o f
for 1 am certain you will be
satisfied with the goods, fit and
Better come in today.
E. L. R A P P
“The Head to Foot Clothier.” R e d m o n d , O r .
A THREE DAYS’ RACE
MEET JUNE 14-15-16
cated. This word was received
by the Board of Control today.
The decision of the board has
l>een upheld by Judge Bradshaw
of The Dalles.
A total of 238 rights to water
were involved in the Squaw-
Creek determination and the de
cree to be entered will confirm Money Being Raised Here
rights to irrigate 16,018.85 acres
to Hang Up Attrac
of land, 6651.35 acres o f which
are at present under irrigation.
In the Tumalo decree, 150
rights to water were involved,
affecting about 30,000 acres of
land only 3058 acres of which
The dates for the Spring Race
are under irrigation.
Meet to be held here have been
Eight determinations have now I made for Wednesday, Thursday
been confirmed by the courts, in
volving in all 660 rights to water. and Friday, June 14-15-16. Jas.
These rights have been thus de B. Green, one of the local race
fined at an average cost to the horse ow ners and a prime mover
claimants on the
different in organizing the meet, has been
streams ranging from $6 to $10 circulating a subscription paper
each and at no expense to the among the citizens to raise mon
state, as the fees paid to the ey for the purses that will be
state more than equaled the ap hung up.
Enough money has
propriations made for such pur l>een pledged to ensure the event
being a success, and word has
been received from race horse
Says This Is Good
owners throughout this section
that they will enter their stock.
The race meet last fall was a
Tom Vedder, who recently ar sucessful affair, but this meet will
rived here from Port Orchard. far surpass it in every particular,
Wn., and homesteaded near this and it is expected there will be a
city, stated to The Spokesman large attendance from all parts
last week that he thought this of the county and even as far as
section was a good fruit country, from over in the Willamette Val
and he would set out a lot of ley.
fruit trees on his place.
Vedder is an old and experienced
On account of Tuesday. May
orchardist and his opinion car 30th, being a legal holiday, the
ries weight with it.
banks here will be closed.
State Bank of Redmond,
Redmond Bank of Commerce
Spokesman for job printing.
can be had at our New Soda
Fountain— the best appointed
fountain in the county. If you
are thirsty, come in and let us
serve you with your favorite
You’ll like our service.
NORWOOD & ANDERSON