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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1911)
been some initial work done m
the matter during the past month,
but nothing tangible was done
Puhllahod every Thunoliy by
Sunday. A tine block of
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land has lieen donatisi for col
AT KM*MHNI>. ORKOON
lege purposes with an additional
SUBSCRIPTION KA IT'S
block tor a campus. The name
Btrii'tlv m Ailv mu**
tin* incor|*oration is the t en-
ÍI. SO Thri'i- month*. SOr
.75 1 Smith* copi«**.
•**■ trai Or«*gon Educational Associa
AON KK U S IN O R A T US matte known tion. The incorporators are Sam-
nel Gregg, G«*o. Rodman, Win.
Mah«- all money« |M»\al*h- ami aiMr«--»« Itocgli. J. I . Windont,
all conimumeaturna lo II. II. k C. !..
Springer, E. F. Fulgham and W.
Palmer, Rislmoinl, Oregon.
P. Myers of Culver; Hon. H. P.
E n trm l a.« »«vomì rissa mattar Ju.v
and T. F. McAllister of
U . 1910 al thr p.wtollic- al R.xlm.iml.
Oreir«**>. uialcr Un* Act of Meli. 3. 1K79. Prineville. P. Chitwood of Gri*
Redmond, Oregon, June 16, UHI zly. Dr. Snook of Madras, and
J. N. B. C.erking of Uidlaw.
Articles of incorporation have
1 h * c i i prepar«*d and will I h * filarti
The Redmond Spokesman
DRIVES 4 0 0 0 MILES BEHIND A
TEAM OF ANGORA (¡OATS
Washington. May 22nd. Having driven a team o f
Angora goats a distance o f more than 4000 miles. Cap
tain V. Edwards a ranch owner o f San Diego. Calif.,
arrived here from San Diego, yesterday. News Item.
This is almost as ridiculous aa the man who recently
drove fifteen miles and back, taking almost an entire
day. to pay a debt o f $10.
Had he been one o f our customers with a check ac
count he could have mailed the check for 2 cents post
age. saved his time, his horses and still had a receipt
for the money paid. A check account is a real con
We pay interest on time deposits, have safety de
posit boxes for rent and do a general banking busi
ness. on safe conservative lines. You arc* always wel
come at this bank.
P IT UNDER BAIL
When you buy meat you
always want the best you
can get, and when you
buy at my market pur
chasers are assured of
getting the best.
I would like to have
you try our bologna.
H. A. HILL
South 6th St., Redmond
While here last week George
Northrup. the owner o f the town-
site of Gateway, stated that tlu*
to (¡rand Jury
new town was doing a lurge
shipping business. Five thou
sand sheep from the Hay Creek
Prineville Journal. June 8th:
ranch were shipped out from
Deputy Sheriff Claude Williams
Gateway last Friday, and 5000
o f Oj»al City who shot and killetl
sheep were shipped in for feed
Thomas Miller on June 1st near
ing purp«mea. Fourteen cars of
O'Neil, had a hearing Monday
before Judge Kennedy and was
from there that came all the way
bound over to the grand jury on
from southeast of Prineville.
a charge of manslaughter. His
Gateway is the shipping point
bonds were placed at $1000,
for u large territory, and all
which were furnished.
. . . . . .
The Deputy Sheriff had Miller
houm* arv be*
under arrest and was bringing
him to Prineville from Opal City
by auto, when Miller attempted Good Record for
to escajie. Williams ordered him Crook Schools
to stop but Miller kept on going
Superintendent Ford says that
until he was shot.
the school record of Crook county
The prisoner was accused o f made last month is not excelled
stealing three hams from the by any county in the state, ac-
cookhouse of the Oregon Trunk w ri|in'K to the Prineville Journal
construction camp at Opal City. ()ut of so a p p lic a n ts that took the
and was arrested by Williams on. e w n in , tUlBs, oll|v si* fai|t«,|
information given him by William Sixteen were ^mdition.al jn
F. Rogers, general superintend- subject anii thirU.t.n in two sub-
ent o f the boarding branch of jects.
the construction and improve
ment work along the Oregon
Real Estate Transfers
Trunk and Spokane. Seattle «&
Portland. Mr. Rogers. George Furnished by On* Crook County Ab
A. Jones, warehousemen at Opal
Inland Empire Co. Ui S. W . Sea-
(City. James Boland, night watch graves. I » u II and 12. blk 6, M elo
man at the warehouse, and three liti*. Con. 4S5.
Millard Triplett to Eugenia J Whit
' others were eye-witnesses of the
teil. E. 32* ft. o f lot 10. blk 1«. Bend.
shooting o f Miller.
ed Thos. Miller Hound
50.000 TO 60.000
BALES OF HOPS
State Product Expected
Be Smallest For Many
Years— Sap Sours
Sixth and F streets
JAS DOUGHERTY, Prop’ r
carries in stock
that are handled in all
Redmond Tournait«- Co. to Rafhral
McCaffery. Lot 3. blk. ik Ke«lniond
Curries u Complete Stoek of
lluntie and V Siding
Flooring. Headed Veiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
I ¿«I me figure with you on your next
free for all classes o f buildings.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and [) streets
P hone IU 02
Jos. H. Jackson
Ranges, Heating and Cook
Hu i I dors’ Hardware,
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, B u g g i e s « n d Hacks,
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see ua.
Joseph H. Jackson,
Plans, Specifications and Estimates furn
ished ror all clases o f buildings.
Office one block east of Jackson's Hardware Store,
R edm ond
Culver Tribune, June 1; One
of the most important things ac
complished at the Christian
church dedication last Sunday
was the arrangement for the in
corporation o f a college to be lo
cated at Culver.
S. J. N«-w«om to II. L. Parry, et ux
[jota 1 and 2, blk 2. Newaom'x Third
1 ^ " '.‘1'' 1Sn,
Thr Bervi Co. to Jrnruo Seller», lota
1 amt 2. blk, 29. Center ad«l. Bend. «¿7
H. J. Overturf, rt ux bi Jennie Sel
ler». k.t 1 blk SI. BemI, L
S. J. Newxom. et ux to Nanry E. Ia>
gan, lota 5 and 6, blk 2, Newsom‘a
third mid. Prineville. 3U0.
ME A T MA R K E T
Have you inspected our stock?
it will pay you to do so.
W’e handl«* everything obtainable in
the w ay of Meats. Fish, Poultry and
T r y ILs f o r G O O D S E R V I C E
J. O. WOLF
All Orders Given Prompt
C. A. A'lam«, Manager.
T u m A L u m Lumber Co.
Wholesale and iM ail iR-alers
Will give prices delivered at yard
or Roberts Bros’, mill.
Contractor and Builder
Ridmoinl Townaite Co. to Wm. W
Webber. I aita 7 ami 9, blk 13. Red
That Oregon will not produce
Crwk rounly ,nv Co
over 50.000 tales. IS now predict-1 Mclnm*. lot* 6 and 7. blk. Mi. Hillman.
' ed by many o f the representative 150.
dealers and growers.
Joaeph N. Hunter, et al to Mr».
The season is advanced suffici- Jo,,n
Kell,m- k»u * s'*1 bl1*. 1». Bend
ent to note the damage by the
frank W. Mc( affery. et al to Hattie
winter and spring climatic con- Barkman. lota 1. 2 and 3 . blk 3. Me
Missing hills are Still Caffery’a Ut add Slater», 175.
showing in ever section although
Redmond Tnwnmte Co. to Mr». L. J
in some places the outlook is not <" wn- l*>t h blk 73. Re«im<>nd. a*>.
so unfavorable as in others.
2’ *lk 7:1 R*d"»n4. 175.
The hills that are now missing foH ,ol », >.lk ,
are not likely to appear, accord-
Uidlaw T«.wn.ite Co. to Kate s
!ng to most o f the trade. It ap- Fori*-», lot n . blk 37. Uidlaw. 12 s.
Rialmoml Townaite Co. to I. R. W il
pears that during the months of
liam». U t <i, blk 2fi. Redmond. 125.
February and part o f March the
weather was so warm that the
sap started to move upward from
the roots. The vines began to
grow and many appeared above
Later with the late spring
freeze, the tender shoots were
killed and the sap running back
into the roots soured. It is there
fore figured that the roots will
remain dormant during the re
mainder o f the season although
no evil effects are felt regarding
Culver by Sept.
I M M E L K ’S
Deputy Williams Who Kill
Redmond Bank of Commerce
Office and Yard 2 blocks eiurt of Redmond Hotel, R.-dmond
j. c. WILLIAMS
Lost office Building
BUCKLEY EXP Ct
Daily stages to and fro«
nil passenger trains on U*
Oregon Trunk Line
Deschutes R. It.
Madras. Metolius und
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