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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1911)
HAVING SECURED A
I Rilpv fnwpd Fi Men
W ilh (iun After He
It is the earnest ambition o f this institution
In choosing this as your bank
you have the assurance o f a service capable
o f meeting your most exacting requirements,
together with courteous consideration, per
fect organization and efficient and able man
ical liank for you to do business with.
The State Bank
JA M E S B. G R E E N , Proprietor
Corner o f Seventh and E Sts..
Fine Wines, Liquors
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
C arried in Stock
Everything of the Best
is half of your existence
I f you want to get meals that are satis
fying to the inner man you will patron
where the tables are supplied with the
best the market affords.
service and prices. White help only.
G E O . L . W H E E L E R » P rop.
Now in complete running order and
turning out High Grade Bread and all
kinds of Bakery Goods, which are sold
on a CASH basis.
12 Loaves of Bread for a Dollar
Fresh Doughnuts every Saturday
In connection with the bakery I carry a
nice line of Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies that I sell at moderate prices for
CASH . Your patronage solicited.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
WM. H. HOBBS, Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
South 6th St.
Are invited to call at my Fur
niture Store and look over the
The days of high priced furni
ture in Redmond are gone, and
you will be surprised how rea
sonable I can sell you anything
in the Furniture Line.
lowing the business meeting a
luneh was served by the hostess.
The next meeting will Is* at the
home of Mrs. J. A. Wilcox on
June 21 st.
R IL E Y H A S H E A R IN G
Jones U n d C os
AT P R IN E V IL L E New Building
These are all factors in making this the log
«»nmiittee. The lists will bo con
J. L m i n i On m i m e im ii
ttt ân cârly ,,»te. Koi-
to make all relations with this hank pleasant
SEE LONG SLAIN
committee reported, »ml the year
hook for the coming year is re«4)
for publication. The atudy of J»-
l« n w ill 1 h > made with the help
o f a club library on that »object,
secured from the Oregon Library
Commission. List» o f book* that
patrons o f the public library de
sire purchased for the library
were submitted to the library
The Jones Land Co. o f this
city. have begun theerection o f a
26x80. two story building adjoin-
Occupants of Auto Tell of mg their hotel building on the
Trairedv That Occur-
comer o f 6th and K streets. The
red June 1st
'o w - floor o f the building will
have a plate glass front and In-
occupied by A. K. Wyatt with
his billiard and pool hall, and the
Testimony adduced at the pro- “ PP*r tkwr will be cut intonamis
liminary hearing of J. L Rilev at *°r an an,u>x to the Hotel Red-
Prineville for the killing of Louie mond. There w ill lie 14 rooms.
Ixvig near this city on June 1st. When the building is completed
develojied the fact that Riley visi the Hotel Redmond w ill have the
ted his wife at Oj>al City the day largest building in the county de
voted to hotel purposes.
tiefore the murder.
They visited Mona Adams to
gether at a house conducted at
Opal City by Mona Adams and
were last s«*en by her about II
o'clock Wednesday night. Early
the next morning Riley arose and
took the train for Portland, but
Mr. Iaw«>n n-
desist, but they disregarded his ('line Kalla
Madras Pioneer. June 8th;
alighted from the train at Madras
orders and it was not until he ar pecta to return in the fail.
With all other difficulties that
and at noon engaged O. K. Dai-
rested one of the ringleaders that
There w ill be a meeting of thr
have beset the Madras City wa
fey to take him back to Opal City
the nuisance was almted.
W. (*. T. l r. Friday afternoon at
ter works from the beginning
to find his wife there. Riley went
the home o f Mr». E. A Cut
another discouraging feature Water Was Shy
to the Adams house and learned
All ladies interested in the work
was encountered this morning,
that his wife had departed a
are earnestly invited.
when the drill being used in sink
short time previously in an auto
Owing to a break in the flume
ing the well struck an atr crevice
Miss Gertrude Crurhon arri».
mobile with Louie I.ongand Mona
o f the Central Oregon Irrigation
at a depth o f about 80 feet and
ed here Monday night to \ nut h«r
Then the sensational
allowed all o f the water in the Co'a plant near Bend last week Sister. Mra J. H Mendenhall.
chase by automobile began from
the w ater hail to be shut <>ff from
well to run out at the bottom.
If you love your w ife buy hsr
Opal City to this city. Blowing
the main canal and ditches in
The city authorities have con this section until repair* were a pound o f that nicely aiuortad
out o f a tire on the first machine
cluded to alwndon the well so far made. The water was off for candv at Mendenhall’a
caused the race to la* lost and
as a source o f supply for the city- ulaiut two days.
brought death to Long and in
water works is concerned, ami
A Pair of Trouacra
jury to Mrs. Riley at a point on
will sink another somewhere on
or a Fancy Vest
the road about five miles north
the townsite. The well which
o f here near the Elliott ranch.
ladies' calling cards, the lat
the bottom has just fell out of
A fte r killing Long Riley order
est style cards and type, printed We are offering for a abort time
ed the five men present to keep will be cemented in the bottom to resemble copjier plate print at °nly. w ith every suit, or coat and
away from him or be shot. He and is for sale. It is estimated The Spokesman office.
trousers ordered from the
then retreated to the hillside, re that the well will supply about
Globe Tailoring Co..
Coolest and most attractive
loaded his gun, called his wife 500 gallons per day and would place in the city our ice cream
from behind the automobile, and furnish water for 10 or more
pair o f trousers or fan
parlor and ice cream always
shot her through the right leg. families, but would not begin to
Measures taken at
right. 49tf M e n d e n h a l l ’».
She fell and Riley, thinking she furnish water for the city sys
48tf G k k m 'K y ‘. s V ariktv S to M
The city sprinkler has been de
was dead, started over the hill
corated with signs o f husineaa
toward Redmond. He was cap
houses here, and now look* as
tured a few hours later at Teth- surface to a depth o f 70 feet with
Two No. 1 milk cow* over two
a diameter o f 8 feet, and its con- roetrupdjtan as any other w ater
erow Bridge near this city.
and four year* old. and 2 calve*
up . to . . date has cost the c* rt-
A t the preliminary hearing . . .
2 month» old. Inquire at this of-
Farmers and ranchers report
Mona Adams was put under bonds Clt* **1
neighborhood of S12U0.
to insure her presence at the trial
AV hilt- these little things are that all kinds o f rropa are com
The other wit- more or les* discouraging. there ing along satisfactorily since
my encloaure two
chauffeur, who drove Long’s car. 'n6 unt'l some well is found that
For that tired, overheated feel m|les northwest o f Redmond.
With Saftzman H. N. Klipple, o f , !,UPI)I>’ the required amount ¡r.g our soda fountain and ice alMn,t
15- tw o **•) mares, a
yearling and a 3-year old weigh
Bend: Mrs. Riley and Mona o f water.
cream w ill revive you.
ing ahuut 1100. Owner ran hav*
Adams were riding. In the car
M endenhall ’*.
P L E A S A N T RIDGE
by paying charges.
with Riley were Chauffeur Guffey
Bevard A Gant, contractor*
Chaj’pell. Redmond. 49l2
Marvin Wood, hotel proprietor at
returned and are on their ranch and builder*, have located in
Madras, and W. E. Edmunds, near here.
their shop in the rear o f the
For Sale or Trade
clerk at the Hahn Hotel in Mad
Fred Sherwood and wife and Muma building on the corner o f
ras. They testified that they had Ralph Sherwood visited at the 6th and F street* where they
Stump Puller with cable, for sale
are pr<,|KirH to ,)o'
never seen Riley before they Green ranch a few days ago
Prof. Thompson is rushing
_i, - . . . ..
or trade for stock. Daniel Lai*
took the automobile in which they
work on his ranch since achool w ,rl< ,n their line,
raced after Long and Mrs. Riley.
W. H. Anderson and wife have
Buttes, Oregon. Address. Prine
Riley has refused constantly to
Mrs. John Cook and daughter moved into the Norwood house
talk about the tragedy and did Erma, and Mrs. J. K. Lamb on north fith
not go on the stand at the prelimi were callers at the Green rand, w
NOTICE EOE Pt'H I.ICATIoN
wneeier and wife are now occu-
|lr|j«rlm«nt o f thr Inlrrtor, U. A
C. H. I R V I N
Officers and Directors
The stockholders o f the Moun
tain View Addition to Redmond
held their annual meeting last
week and the following officers
and directors were elected:
Prest. -G . E. Dobson,
Vice-Prest. C. H. Irvin.
Sec. J. A. Wilcox,
Treas.—(J. M. Slocum.
Directors G. E. Dobson, C. H.
Irvin, J. A. Wilcox, G. M. Slocum
all o f this city and E. B. W il
liams o f Portland.
Local men have control o f the
affairs o f the company which is a
guarantee that buyers in the ad-
dition will get acquare deal.
The Juniper Iteading Circle
held a business meeting at the
home o f Miss Laura Jones Wed-
n « d , y . June 7th. The prottnun
The House F u rn ish n
This is ideal growing weather. W '0* the Anderson residence,
and grain and alfalfa are looking
Good pure, fresh candies, as-
,nMr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harrader
attendee! Sunday School at Cline
Falls Sunday and hail a picnic
dinner at the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Chase and child-
ren attended services at I-aidlaw
Sunday. Rev. Gregg held an all
day meeting, and there was a
basket dinner at the hall.
Laml I Ktirr
* ° ^
<Uvor* ’ 5* Ct* P* r poun'1'
Florin Weston wife nn,l ann
formerly of this Clty, arrived
here fr, m i»
,m f,rwn*’rton Saturday
ni>rht ar"* W*D remain during the
Hummer. Mr. Weston stated that
he saw a number o f improve-
a o ^ iL 0, ^ « SL'h *1*“1 r™“
, ^ t Wednestlay night sevèra)
buckaroos tried to make things
lively on some o f the business
streets by wild riding up and
down, accompanied with loud
yells and cursing a la wild and
wooly west. Night Policeman 7
T. M eCl.y warn“ , the S
K a llr»,
AoUth, Kangr IZ East, Wiliam-
•O r Mrrulian. haa nirU notirr of inlm-
oiakr Kinal rnm imitation I’roof.
to ralahllah rtalm to thr lan<l ahov»
lrarril>«l, Ix-forr H.
Ellla. U. A
< ominiaaionpr at hia oltlrr, at HmA
Oregon, on the Z4lh day o f July. I»B-
Claimant namm aa witnraara
Jamra lirem o f Hrn<l, Orrg"».
< haunrpy |’ . M.-rkrr, (irovrr (» uaf-
kln*. David M Htry. all o f l.aalls*.
C. W Moorr. Krgiatrr.
t irat |>ulilirati<Hi junr I A- July JJ
few months ago.
The many friends o f Mrs.
Quackenbush are pleased to learn
I-arge bundles old
o f her quick recovery.
for sale. 10 cents. Empty candy
buckets, 15 cents.
Mac Rounded Up
Junr |(). 1* 11.
Notirr la hrrvby given that Kri-lrlrk
H Wilson, o f l a i l l i w , Orrgon, whoas
January ZXth. 1910, tnari* Tlom r»«»al
No. 06!»«, for NW|. SeclM*. XI, Town-
M endenhall ’ s .
The most satisfactory 5 cent
cigar in the city the “ R. H ” !
You will like them after yoti
have smoked one
' s .
u r„ w ,, , M endenhall
1 Cl.ty* arnvwl thi* wi*ek
All kinds o f
ran hr had at thr
JONES SAW MILL
ON GRIZZLY BUTTE
$10 per M at the Mill