The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, February 22, 1912, Image 1

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    The
Redmond
Spokesman
I ublished at the “ Hub City ” o f Central Oregon
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watermelons. uiuak uirloua. pu Hip
tina. a.| uaali.-a. potatura.
ialilra*r
Stali, selections. bird houara. piece
" f furniture. no*. I>aiil. al lo ), labor
aailn * d r ill, for bullir, lo,*ad, .an
Hrd filili. Ir li), HO II.lili*, darulii*.
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alrurlloii. Iii.luillu* lb.' atalr prlkr a.'ulnat i b r l ) r r * o n Tru uk rullroud.
IL I. » I l l aoun L. arul oui
||,r lu » hh II br auilKllI $ 55 .UUU fur « Ile
a* b.o.l rbIIdrru uur for ever) boni,* deatli uf b L »If,* ami a«iii und prr*
•Ml I fir In. y a and Ibr «Irla n o » nord aolial lujury lu blluaulf and daugb-
lies*
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ihry Irr. < aua. .| by I b r « reck on
»a u l lu ruuiprlr lu (a rd riiln * I liry , boira riv er laal auiiimrr, waa art -
ahmild al on, r secure a
aullablr llr d. ili,* company s * r e e l i i * tu pay
plut ,if iruund. »b l. b Ibry may *r| I b r . lalluaul t.lf,.ouu
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|f L ,) a r i p n l to »In any
prlara lu »o o d » ui k Ibry ahould bc » » . A \ M. M K K TIN t.
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that luna moat. arlt|ii*a of
enea
ahould br a,., u n d from lin i .bra of
puir afralua of chickens or dutka
Tlio spokamuiun fur job « u r k .
AROUND HERE
OREGON TRUNK PAYS
$35.000 DAMAGES
I
Tn,llr|r
l.ln r
F ro m
V ictor-V ictrola
lUnlinmiol I.,
I*rln r«l| lr «u .f H L Irra W ou ld T ap
a Kb fi Section o f f o n n t r y
lia* P a y in g lin m l n „ * »i
ml by
In te llig e n t
K.
tuoi
la l 'nurrlt
II.
M rn
Several
dnya a*o
a party of
promlnrnt man In railroad and II-
n an rLI rlrrlra » a s In Krdiuoud. and
anion* tbrin
» r r r thr mrn
who
lia ir brrn looklu* ovrr thr country
Irrt »r m i Mrtollua and
Prlb evlllr.
« I t h a vlrw to w orkln* out an elec-
trlr llnr between thoar t»<> point*
W b llr hrrr tlirar inrn » r r r aak-
rd If It would not br a better pay-
lii* propoaltlon to run an elertrlc
llnr In Ib r Irrigated arctlon around
h rrr. making a loop from tbla city
to MLIrra and Prlu evllle, than
to
A new Victor-Victrola is herd A genuine
Victor-Victrola, bearing the famous Victor
trademark, priced at only $15.
C o m e in an<l se e it an<I h e a r it. N o o b lig a tio n to
buy, b u t a fte r h e a rin g it you w o n ’t w a n t to b e w ith ­
o u t o n e.
Other style* $25 to $ 250 . Victors $10 t o $ 100 . Kasy
payments if desire*!.
Victor Talking Machines and Edison Pho­
nographs sold on easy payments, $5.00
down and $5.00 a month.
AH the Latest Records.
Mendenhall's
YOUR MONEY’S WORTH or YOUR MONEY BACK
I f we live up to the headline o f this advertisement
we believe that you will cousider us worthy o f your
patronage. I f we do not live up to it we will not
expect your patronage.
establish a line from MetolHi*
to
P rin evllle through the dry farm ing
section.
They adm it),-.1 that the poesihil-
ltl«*a o f tonnage In thia section « a t
far Hi excea* o f » h a t could be ob­
tained lu a dry aectlon.
They further stated that It » a *
not Jet a sure tiling o f an electril
toad
from
Metolius to P rin e v llle
Neither had auy dertutte plana l»-cn
perfected for an electric
line
In
any part o f the county. Hut these
non freely ad w it tad tkat *■ Ked
luond-SLlei-K-prlnevllle line
would T li.
K m llru a il- A r e lo o k in g
he a go<>d paying Investment, and
a large factor in settling up till*
I-urge In flu x o f l ..| ..„i-t-
section o f the state.
LANDSEEKERS
ARE COMING
W e do not consider it worth our while nor advisable to promise
you more than we can fulfill, and we will not challenge your
common sense by making claims that are unreasonable.
O reg o n
F K A N K W I I I T K T K I.I.S
.U W I I T M O N K V IN HOOK
W e have just received the
Come in and see this
New Samples
F IN K L IN E
o f the
..... and let us......
LADIES’ IDEAL TAILORING
ORDER YOU A SUIT or SKIRT
for Spring and Summer
W e can please you
H E A V Y K A IN K A L I,
L IS T M AT1KDAY
FOR NEXT WEEK WE ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS :
CORSETS
SPECIALS IN GROCERY DEPT.
14c
W e have just received another shipment
Pearl Parley, lb .................................... 6c
of the Celebrated R O Y A L W O RCESTER
Small White Beans, nice and clean, lb
CORSETS, the Corset of style and quality,
2 <>/.. Royal Club Lemon Extract
5c
in all the latest designs, from
Fine Large Dill Pickles, 4 for .............. 5c
$1.00 to $3.00
You’ll always find our Prices Right.
W e are closing out one number at 75c pr.
SPECIALS IN DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
SHEETS,
made o f good heavy bleached sheeting, regular 75c. at...............................
57c
Ladies’ White Fleeced Underwear, med. weight, very desirable, regular 50c garment
32c
Misses’ and Children’s All Wool Sweaters at just ONE H A L F PRICE
E H R E T BROS.
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
bring u m your E r r m
Highest Market Price
l.«*t Saturday afternoon a very
hear** ralu visited this section. (Tie
heaviest that has fell in this vicin­
ity fo r a number o f years.
The
rain came down in torrents fo r an
hour or two, and flooded the streets
to a depth o f severul inches, (¡re a l
pools o f water were formed iu dlf-
ereut parts o f the city, and In some
sect Ions miniature lakes were form ­
ed
The ground is now well soak­
ed, and the prospect o f plenty
of
moisture for the growing season is
encouraging.
M TKCCK W A T K K
P O U K I.I. H I T T K
................. 21c
Waller Baker’s Cocoa, can
K. M. W h ite
and O liver Cook,
tw o prominent Itedmond
elUaena.
were at the H otel La Fine
last
week, com ing here in an auto, says
the L
Fine Inter Mountain. They
went on to S ilver Luke where .Mr
W hite la bulking over m ine
land
matters.
Mr. W hite gave the In­
ter Mnuutulu the follow lug in for­
mation aa to what Central Oregon
» i l l do for one.
lie bought forty
acre« adjoining Itedmond early last
spring
On that land he raised and
sold during the summer $2.222 o f
hogs at a cash outlay o f but $511.
W# will buy your
Potatoes
AT
John W o lfer o f Powell Uutte.was
In t o » u the last o f the week, says
the P rin evllle Journal
He has lo­
cated a good flow o f water on his
Pow ell Butte ranch.
He
located
the spring by the use o f a water
witch, he says.
W ater was struck
at six feet.
He and his brothers
were able to get down to nine feet
by the use o f a pump, but at that
point the flow of water was great­
er than they could take care
of
with the means at their disposal
A shaft will he sunk and the wa­
ter used for irrigation.
fK O O K «A U N T Y HAN
N.IMM SV I A IIK M ILK S
The State IVeparttnent haa co
piled a new table, showing the num­
ber o f square miles as well as the
population III each county in Ore­
gon
The table shows that tills coun­
ty has an area o f
it,00 4 square
miles and a population o f 0.315.
The largest county Is Harney, with
10,504 square m ile* and a popula­
tion o f hut 4.050
Multnomah
Is
the smallest county.
having
but
4 40 square tulles, mid a population
o f 22t>,2til. the city o f Portland be­
ing responsible for the large
pop­
ulation
The bigger the man. the greater
the temptation to throw a bomb at
him, and the m ote d ifficu lt It Is lo
get Ut hint.
— 1____
A tittle tattle among children be­
comes a gossip when grown
la »*
In in ,
T ill»
K a le »
H prlng
W h ic h
M ardi
I lo
f««t
D uring
a
In to
(lu ­
An* In E f fe r t
\|.iil
I.T
From advance inform ation glv, u
by railroad passenger
agents
in
the east and middle west, Oregou
this spring w ill s,n- the greatest col­
onist rush for lands iu the history
o f the state.
The low colonist rates go into e f­
fect March 1st and continue uutil
A pril 15th, and duriug that
time
It is expeeled »that at least thirty
thousand land seekers will come to
the coast. The objective point o f
most o f these people w ill be Ore­
gon. The central part o f the state,
uud especially the Uedmond
Dis­
trict. which has been well advertis­
ed. w ill receive a goodly share o f
the pew comer*.
Plans to protect colonists
com­
ing to Oregon this season from un­
scrupulous
real estate promoters,
in
every way possible, are being
laid by the Portland
t'oinm ercisl
Club, which la bringing to its as-
sistance every commercial organiza­
tion in the state enrolled
as
a
member in the Oregon Development
League.
A letter has been sent out
from the Portland Commercial Club
to sim ilar organizations throughout
the state, calling attention to the
colonist
day proclamation o f the
governor, which sets aside February
22 and invites citizens o f Oregon to
w rite letters to friends and
news­
papers
in the east urging
upon
them the desirability o f Oregou as
a home and the opportunities open
to all.
Especial stress is laid In the let­
ter on the fact that the proclama­
tion suggests emphasizing that Or-
egou seeks only the class of colo­
nists able to go on to land and la-
able to make good in agricultural
pursuits.
Club to Help Settlors
Almost all o f the colonists
will
go to Portland and w ill viait that
city before going out into the stale
to seek farms. The Portland Com­
mercial Club virtually will be the
agent o f rommerelal eluhs through­
out Oregon In finding places
for
newcomers.
"T h e Portland Commercial Club
w III not refer any one to high pric­
ed lands." the letter sets
forth
C o n tin u e d
on
la s t
p a ge