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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1912)
Fire Edition of
VO LUM E 2 No
Four Buildings Burn
CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY.
FEBRUARY 2^. »912
BALL BIG SUCCESS
Jl 50 Per Year
\D ' tty
Chapman of the league. W. J-
O.A. C. NEWS
Mariner, of Blalock, and M. J.
vaery T h u rn d a y by
I.ee of Canby, Vice-pres’g; ï . J.
A d . - rt f*.
| Firo which Murteii Monday i
Il * < I I* AI Mill
Corvallis, Ore.—W. B. Die’
Hinkle,of Hermiston, Sec.-Trees
AT KKIlMONO. dllRIKIN
«••nr « ,
mjfht at 10 o'clock in K. Maher’«
son was elected president o> u«?
t list'll IITION It AT KM
The next meeting of the
hardware «tore from a lump cx
Slrl. ll» lu Advance
' a n i rental
! plosion, burned out the followin?
’• N Irui* o.,r ,t towI1
annual meeting; director K D
August 20-22. This date was
• ma man
« ues tfr« J
IJ M* T h r« c m onth* Or iM
U lu ilo rn |i|M .
fixed by a conference of repre Large Crowd Attends Hetzel Sec. and Pres, A- J. John
of Uth atreet lit-tween Kami K
A11V K KTIHINtl
| son of the Benton County Nat
Active Part In
kni.*» upon * |.|> llral|o u
mercial Club, the Oregon league
M .ko all inonrva pai »1.1« anil ad
K Maher, hardware.
The four vice-presidents are
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and the Central Oregon D e v e l
jtru all .omniunlrallona 1» II II A Wm. II. II >blm Cash Grocery
(■ | Palmer, lledmmid <>»•.*..n
opment league. Plans are be
falS> < Kr<i % f ‘
Kiifcrrd a* second rla a a m a tte r and Bakery.
sons. Medford H. W. Hamlin, J o lp r » »**' i
ing formetl to take 400 business
July I t 1010. a t lh * P ostoffire at
Wright & Delmore, furniture
White Salmon, and R W\ Allen. I. G
Ite.tuu.n.l O regon. u n d e r th e A rt of and second hnml gixiiln.
Irrigation Congress, which met parts of ihe state to Bend by Redmond Commercial Club at- Hermiston. Light directors were R adunod
March J. I«?*.
i he Uedtnond S|«ike«nian, in Portland Feb. 19-21, clotted
traded dancers from every part named, as follows: M. VanHuys- a»* ra can
m al . a
newspatier and joli plant.
Spokesman Buried Out
1 " n ‘•‘-»•"troua
lirejit waaone of the most important ford Plans are being made to none regret having attended. Talant; Dr. Morel. Portland; A. -e T w t» o. m v . arar
hotel an d i
tedmom has ever had. and on- !and representative gatherings I maj<e the
the Lakeview meeting It was one of those affairs that L Chamberlain. Newberg; F. S. tl*o
Monday night the entire plant 1, b> |.... I luck and the abw »ceuveP he|(Ji jjg delegate* were m
can really be called big successes, Baily, Ontario; I)r. Withycombe. atto»
OÍ T .r lUdmond Spokesman was of wind was the balance of the attendance from all section« of
where every thing harmonizes at College, D. T. Aubry, Cottage '*hl ‘
destruid by fire that atarted in business i-art of the city saved lhe state
It accomplished the
W. H. Washington is building to promote the pleasure of all Grove, and Claude Nosier o* w -to
Mulera hardware store, three from going up in xmoke. As it chief objects for which it was a bungalow at Deschutes. Mr concerned.
doors away in the same block, was. the Hotel Oregon w as badly I ' called.
ca||t.j " t The
many interests Washington is engaged in the! The decorations were in keep- Treas Johnson reported $184.- -a
The S|x.kt smart is issued this scorriteli und had a narrow es- which have been working seper- blacksmithing business at that ing with the occasion. A large 85 in the bank; Sec. S. F. Griffis, ved
ro o t.
w««k in "Lire Kdition" form cape fr«nn-In-ing burned The ately for or against the Govern place.
portrait of George Washington Medford, reported gains in mem- O d n io n tf.
The reading matter was set by Hotel Redmond and other budd- ment. the Carey Act and the pri
drawn by Ed Ericson and painted bership and influence and effici- <ood
Vote ol I hanks
the B. nd Bulletin, and the press ings arn>ss 6th street front the vate projects have been brought
by Geo. Kohl was the centeral ency through the new plan of ibi« V
rk don* at The Hub office of fire, were also scorched, and together. They are now united
A vote of thanks was passed piece of ornamentation, a mona- making the Oregon Countryman Uro» Ke*
some of the plate glass fronts in an organization which will en by the council at the meeting gram of the enitials of the Red- monthly magazine the official or-
1*0 •■•» S-itl. k
Spokesman will continue were badly shattered.
deavor to secure the passage of Tuesday night for the kindness mond Commercial Club was gan of the leagu^Tfree w ith each fr.>* ’P. I T’.t iino»
pul cation right along. Anew
The chemical engine was at j legislation that will offer every shown by the city of Bend in o f-! another attractive piece contri- membership
for « (juica
Se« ¿pues LíMiá ÓO.
outfit has l>een ordered, and next ti. • An a few seconds niter the I possible aid to the development fering the use of its chemical en-1 buted by Mr. Kohl.
Hc.ua« and k>t.
week it is expected to get out alarm wa- given, but the 0f all irrigation projects and at gine during the fire here Mon-
Most pleasing refreshments NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION T e ro - rfi**r 'i ii*fc.
the regular lurnfe of 6 or 8 pages, fin- got In-yond control of the the same time protect to the full- day.
Department of the Interior, U. SœH ■. ke4nku»4>
consisting of sandwiches, coffee,
ft>ur «oc ! k*
containing all the advertising firemen. when it looked at first est possible extent the rights of
cake, ice cream and many other S. Land office at The Dallea.Oro- ad jo
itn* ru ilr
matter and the usual amount of as if the blaze could easily Is- the settler.
deiicious things were served by iron. January 18, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that UMlBd
Mrs. J. E. Iatmb, Mrs. H. H. the Ladies Auxiliary at midnight
c h e c k e d a n d Confined to the
The official announcement by
The loas to The Spokesman w ill hardware store.
K. G Hopson, project engineer, Palmer and Master James Cren The ice cream, w hich was Wilbur A Stevens.of Terrebonne
t «> -fn
be in the vicinity of 14000 above
T<> tra ile (er R
Maher’s hardware store con that the Sec. of the Interior shaw visited with Mrs. W. manufactured by the Redmond Oregon, who, on May 26, 1909.
the insurance, and we aak those tents are a total loss, lie esti would proceed with the comple Quackenbush Wednesday.
Creamery was especially delici- made Homestead No. 04909 for o r la n d . 7 arrea P
llo v e r
knowing themselves indebted to mates his loss at $41 h )0. with tion of the L’matilla Project and
ous and received much praise.
SW1-4 of NW1 4, section 14. at acres
[ the p:i|*er by advertising account lalxnit $.Tum insurance.
would take carw to protect all ISSUE MANY ORDERS The music was furnished by a township 14 south, range 13 east, sm alt hou«- \
and subscription, to help us out
seven piece orchestra comprised Willamette meridian, has filed aldreae Box I t
Mr. Mobil* state.1 bis loss was vested land and w ater rights w as
! on this loss by paying up. as we in the neighborhood of 14000, the principle piece of good new s
of the following musicians: notice of intention to make final
are surely In need of money just with insurance of J2<>00. He re divulged at the Congress The <;an Francisco,—For the pur- Messers Forrest,Tichenor. Schee, commutation proof to estab-
at this time.
land e d n . d • n S n u d ar,
statement was proceeded by a
0f expediting business and Hamilton, Jensen, Archer and lish claim
moved part of his stock.
l'io d « r ( ill tie r*wi
The new outfit that w ill be put
Wright A Delmore carried no telegram from Pres, i’aft saying getting closer to its customers Hobbs. The large floor space, above described before I. P 1 ¿am e a t th is office.
in will be the most compleU ,
trance. They moved out part that he would endeavor to accord through its local representatives, of the Oregon Trunk freight, Hewitt. tT. S. 0 -* ir «i»nor »»j
Central Oregon, and will mea of their goods but lost all that justice to Oregon and give to its the Southern Pacific Co. has is- de|>ot furnished ample room for his office at Redmond. Oregon, or
»re ol i 10ih J
an expenditure of about $7600. \
just share of the reclamation sued orders to many of its agents
in a rear room.
Claimant names as witnesses;,
One of the latest model linotype
at the principal stations along that w as in attendance.
T he Spokesman plant is a total funds.
The total profit to the Club Riley Davidson. Charles I>oug-
machine«, a large cylinder prear log«. The value of the plant was
lhe Congress also favored the tj,e route giving tfiem authority
not large but the social sue- lass, D. C. Hall, all of Terrt-
capable of printing four pages at about $6600, with insurance of enactment of legislation that will j scttle direct with consignees
Let us de rodi
give the control of the various on ordinary lot* and damage cess of the occasion was com- bonne, Oregon, and F.xra M urlotlUK Hi*h I
once, two job presses, and the $3000.
latsHt and beat in job and adver Other losses Hre; Hotel Oregon projects into the hands of the | claims. At the present time the plete and the lovers of dancing Eby and Earl Benton, both of Spok estn ar
tising type will t>e installed in building, scorched and glass settlers, the men who have, ev- i authority is extended only tocer- » ill wait with impatience for the Redmond. Oregon,
A cla.- • ¡tied
the new plant.
broken. $900 to $4"<>.
The owners of The Spokesman
Claims f°r mond Commercial Club.
Oregon Cafe, damaged by also contemplates the organiza- settled territory.
Next week The Spokesman
tion of irrigation districts and shortage and damage over which;
have faith in Redmond and are smoke and water
will appear in it» usual form, i '«>*< *»» < VK ti! NT
willing to back their faith to the
Hotel Redmond and annex.
with the usual amount of new«
i"jV4«VJ.i I Jt ■
e\tent of putting up their money $400 to $500. This damage is of development,after the manner not exceed a given amount can
\|; » >.'* -uareÄ
of municipal improvement dis now be settled within a day or with assault against John Moore and all the ads.
for a newspaper plant that will mostly on plate glass.
while Lamberson was acting as
so after they have been filed
continue to boost for this city
The Redmond Meat Market secreta i*y Prli
Smith A Allingham. saloon tricts.
night marshal Tuesday night
and surrounding section.
building, badly scorched, and The work of the Oregon Dev with the agent.
Trial was set for two o’clock this week moved from its old lo 14« M lm eets
The Spokesman will arise from plate glass broken, $2iu> to $300. elopment League in concentrat Much correspondence is saved this_ afternoon but the defend cation on 6th street to the build
E t r e ! » hall.
the ashes Itetter and brighter and
It is not yet known whether
CL ilS 11 V iuvt
ant pled guilty and was dischaged
ready to continue the good work the buildings In the burned dis the land, as opposed to city dev sulted while the claims were be with a fine of ten dollars and store. This building has beer
especially fitted up for tue mar
of telling the advantages of Red trict will be rebuilt or not. Aug elopment, was commended. The ing gone over in the general of costs.
* > - * —-
mond to the outside world.
ust Anderson owned the build
K fdim uol 1
McLallin and Co. are now oe- prietor Page says he will conduct
The Spokesman editors desire ings occupied by The Spokesman tributary to the John Day River cisco is now eliminated. This
M eets eve
move is only one of a number re- cupying the building on East E a model market, and give the M u t. a. s
t" thank the editors of the differ and Wright A Delmore; Mr. was also favored.
co rd iali? !
ent papers in the county who Hobbs owned his building, and
The officers elected were:Pres. cently inaugurated by the South st. formerly used for his electric people of Redmond the beat in
the market line that money can
kindly wired their sympathy and some Eugene parties owned the Win Hanley, of Burns, C. C, ern Pacific Company.
offers of assistance as soon as building where Maher's hard
“WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT, UNCLE?”
they learned of the loss of the ware was.
VARDKX SKKOS KOK
plant. To Kditor Walker of the This is the second large fire
IH S T K IW T IO N . KKKK
T h e Sixikeam an baa received tw o
Oregon Huh «if this city, we wish Redmond has had inside of six
m all aacks o f g ard en aoeda tro m th e
to especially extend our thanks months nnd each time the ab
g o v ern m en t, th ro u g h S«i atiH- H oum e
f«»r his liberal offer of letting us sence of wind has been the only
fo r d is trib u tio n anio u a th e people of
’ come in and use anything he thing that saved the entire busi
Tho»e who «tealre » r
ness part of the city from l>eing
Lad in the shop.”
of the«e aeeds a re req u e« « il
at th is office an d th e ir w ant» » til *<e
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION The insurance adjusters are
T h e re a re IxNtua. lettu ce
p arsley , ra d ish and to m ato needs
Department of the Interior, U expected here this week to ad
will lie a good plan to com e e arly >.*
S. Land office at The Dnlles.Oro just the various losses. The Hor
fo re th e su p p ly I* «»hatiated
»on, February 7, 1912.
seeds a re free.
ticultural Fire Belief of Oregon.a
Notice in hereby given that Salem company, had considerable
W allace S Overturf of Cline Falls, insurance on the burned build
T ile R edm ond C ream er? Co. I*
ready now to receive cream
Oregon, who, on June 6, 1910, ings und contents.
I he rest of
made Homestead No. 06959 for the insurance wns carried by old
W1-2SE1-4 and S1-2NK1-4 Sec line companies.
tion 3, Township 16 south, range
II enst, Willamette meridian,has
For Sale or Trade
filed notice of intention to make
w,.|| b ro k e M ules fro m 4 to fi
CAST OF CHARACTERS F0-
final commutation proof, to es y ears old
■> |l»y Horn«'*. 4 «u.l !
tahlish claim to the land above
2 K' mk I S ad d le H orses, w pìk I ii ll 'i l l
Following is the caat of characte
described, before I. P. Hewitt. each. »Ill work.
one week from tomorrow night at /
1 S. Commissioner, at his office
Heading Circle, proceeds to go *o 1
1 H orse. .1 y s s rs old.
nt Redmond, Oregon, on the 18th
promises to he a great event.
2 Mul«*. 2 years old.
day of March. 1912.
4 Mule», I y e a r o ld , all a re well
Claimant names aa witnesses: grown and p e rfe c tly g e n tle a n d easy
h an d le.
•lames Acton, Robert W. Harj>er to W
ill sell fo r caah o r tra il« fo r
Hay K. Harper, all of Cline Falls r a ttle , fa t hoga. ah eep . g ra in , hay
The Emperor What-for-Whi
Oregon, R M. Hanson, of Sis o r re a l e a ta te o r p o ta to e s
Prince So-Tru, Prince So-Sli,
Alan have .1 good sad d le« to aell
o r tra d e
C. W. Moore, Register.
Som e Sm all P isa nnd Shontn for
Sprites of the night. Courtiers, Poi
I’irst publication Feb. 15-Mar. 14 aate o r I rude
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Pencil nmt Ink tablet* st half
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i>rlce »t Anderson*
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