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The Redmond Spokesman
l*ulih«h.-il ev or y Thunaiay l>y
M. H * e. !.. r*i sea
AT RKI>MONI>, ORKUON
fruit crop except prune.
The Tumalo |*e*»ple have n>»tteu
up a auhecription to raise money
to repair the Tumulo ruad tro»'
this place to Rend. It is do that
or travel over sheep traila aa the
county seems to he to«' poor tore-
Strictly m Ailvano*
I One year. - Il M' Thn<e month». Nr pair roads in this section. W’e
Six month«, .76 i Single oo|««'», V
long since learned that if
ADVERTISING RATKSniatif'known ue want an> roads repaired we
M j|| |,uvt. to do it miraelvea—hut
Mak« all money« payal'l«1 ami
(he tux gatherer never fails to
all communication« io II. II. A t\ I.
Palmer, Reilinonil, Oregon.
John R. Winter is expecting
Kntervii a* aecomi-claaa matter Ju<y 1
wife in from Grants I US* ami
Oregon umlor th* Act of Moll. X. 1S7V, they will live in U idlaw this
John is kept busy
Redmond, Oregon, June 22, 1011
looking after the interests nf the
Oregon. Washington it Idaho Fi
nance Co. in these parts.
The Star ranch hits t*een busy
lately sowing land plaster. They
use about 50 ll»a. per acre.
Mrs L J. Winter has returned
Grunts Pass and Valley
Prineville Journal. June loth
where she has Iteen visit-
Horse thieves have raided the .
Redmond Bank of Commerce
MAKE A RAID
A Conservative Bank
for Conservative People
GOOD M E A T
When vou buv meat vou
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 Gth St,, Redmond
Sixth and F streets
JAS DOUGHERTY. Prop’ r
carries in stock
L E A D IN G
that are handled in all
Camp creek country and as a con-
sequence there is great excite-
ment up there. Alex Ammon,
the Mays ranefnRandolph Giltson.
Harry Rarnes and ohters are all
jOMttA The marauders mad. a
i *«V h 1 clean job o f jt.
every horse on the place work
horses saddlehorses. etc. In one
or two instances ranchmen kept
a saddlehorse in the bam so that
it would be handy early in the
morning to round up stock.
These were overlooked.
The horses were missed Mon
day morning and after a long
search their trail was struck, but
in the afternoon o f Monday a
violent thunder storm came up
and obliterated all traces.
S heriff Balfour and a posse
has gone in pursuit o f the thieves.
N a tiv es and friends for sev
C. L Winter was a Rend visi
(Owing to the |*a»r mail serv
ice that obtains between Hillman
and Redmond, a distance of but
tl miles, the following corres
pondence was received too late
for publication last week. The
correspondence was mailed at
Hillman in time, on the lith. but
did not reach The Spokesman
mail la»x until the 14th taking
two days to come •» miles. El>l-
Henry Hegardt and J. H. El
liott are laying the foundation
for W. R. Davidson's new rest-
Mrs. Marv Ihividson spent Fri
day with her son. Harvey Gates
and wife, in Box canyon.
Miss Nell Whipple left here
Wednesday morning en route for
her home near Eugene. She ex-
pected to stop in Portland for a
Bond Bulletin: O f the many few days and attend the Rose
machines that have been devised Festival.
for clearing land o f sagebrush.
Mrs. I). C. Hall is sjiending the
that on exibition at E gg letón’8 week with a son in Portland and
harness shop, the property o f L viewing the attractions o f the
W. Nelson, has proved to lie one Rose Festival.
o f the most successful. It is
Mr. Herman o f the Monarch
made a v shap, with knives in Lumber Co. was a caller here
front and on the sides. It is sev last Friday morning.
en feet wide at the rear and ten
T. W. Taylor is in Portland on
feet long. Every part o f it is business for a few days.
made o f structural steel and
II. B. Winfield and A. E. Phil
it weighs 1150 pounds. Low lips were Prineville visitors Tues
wheels keep it from dragging day.
on the ground, though it can be
W. E. Thielvoldt is improving
adjusted so as to cut the sage the front o f Hegardt Bros, and
brush off under the ground, j Thielvoldt's stone building with
Four or six horses are required a coat o f paint,
to pull it and from 8 to 10 acres
Hillman. June 17th.
can be cleared in a day. Mr.
T. W. Taylor returned Friday
Nelson had it made in Seattle from a l>usiness trip to Portland,
and has been using it clearing
Mrs. D. C. Hall returned from
land in Whitaker Valley.
her visit in Portland Monday eve-
The mail order houses o f th«-
Several people from here atten-
East would not be so prosperous de«l the ball game in Redmond
if the people o f this community last Thursday afternoon,
would insist on having "Made in
Baseball is becoming quite pop-
Oaegon” goods from the local ular on the streets here in the
merchants. The business o f this evening. It is the intention to
community would 1 m ? better con- organize a nine here shortly,
served if the buying public and
Geo. O ’ Neil was a visitor here
the merchants would help along Friday. He expects to go into
Made in Oregon” idea.
business in Hillman in a short
That this will be the biggest
Mr. Early returned this week
year Oregon has ever known, from a few days sojourn in Port-
with the biggest crop total in its land,
history, is the prediction made
by Dr. James Withycombe, direc
tor o f the United States Experi
ment Station at Corvallis. He
estimates that the total value o f
Oregon crops for 1911 will be
more than $125,000,000.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates furn
ished ror all clases o f buildings.
Office one block
east of Jackson's Hardware Store,
R ed mi
C a r r ie «
SANTIAM ROAD Transfer Line
IS NOW OPEN
Tumalo, Ore.. June 12.
Travel has started over the
mountains. A team passed this
place Sunday that came over the
Santiam road, and the driver re
ported the road In good shape
with the exception o f a few
bunches o f snovy^ A cold, back-
“sprlng is reported in the
Willamette valley, and a light
Ail Orders Given Prompt
a Complete Stork of
Lumber and Building Material
V S id in g
Flooring, Beaded Ceiling
All kinds of Rough and Finish Lumber
le t me figure with you on your next
free for all clasaeaof building«.
Yards on Fifth St. between C and 1) streets
Phone P i O *
Jos. H . Jackson
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton Clipper
and Oliver Plows,
Wagons, Buggies and Hacks,
A NEW MACHINE
Contractor and Builder
It. <\ I M M U L E ' S
and all the other gooda that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and nee uh .
Joseph H. Jackson, w » *
ME AT MA R K E T
Have you inspecte«! our stock?
It w ill pay you u> do au.
We handle everything obtainable in
the way o f Moat*. Fiah, Poultry and
T ry U s tor G O O D
J. O. W O LF & e O „ P ro p ’rs.
Tum=A=Lum Lumber Co.
Wholesale and R«-tail Dealer«
Will give prices delivered at yard
or Robert* Broa\ mill.
Office and Yard 2 blea ks east o f
J. C. WILLIAMS
Redmond Transfer Co.
C. A. Adam*, Manager.
Redmond Hotel. Re«lmond
BUCKLEY EXP Cl
Daily stages to and from
all passenger trains on the
Oregon Trunk Line and
Dcsrhiitea R. R.
Madras. Metolius and
nger and Express