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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1912)
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REDMOND and VICINITY
C t T VOIIR CORY |N t AML Y.
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A» Tha flpohanman tinea being
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hi. vili«’ , * * • « ’
'«nil until Iht ntw plant it Inatalled,
I '* ’" " I ba n*c**s*ry tor adytrtlttrt
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and Olhtrt to gtt llitlr copy Into Tht
¡M««iM **w»ry Thuradny tilithf In dpohttnian olflct by Uunday morn
Thla i* dua to tht
n i « Itali
VUltiiiK hmtheia ar my of tach « t n
fact that copy for tha currant waali
«llally tuVII««I lo nllt’ittl
hat to ba aant out from hart Sunday
J II Mt'ittlt’itItali, N fi
night In ordtr to raach tha Portland
K II l(iK|t«fit«i)rar( H«*t-
oftica in tima for that week's laaua.
Tina condition will obtain only until
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tha Spokaaman plant ip Inatallad.
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n igh t
V D H In g
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* - Mail
L\ nut ada anil *al«'ab|n things
llally In. limi
ii a • i n 11 > i|iilrkly.
Till* fait I hut )*.u
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havn until« thlinc In aril means that
Il K O la »«, K ni II I H
»•**1 ha*i* aomnlhlng tu advi-rtl*«*— 1
u dlriu i. In.'ii iii uar fur want advor-
h a i l h o a d T IM I CARO
li a rriv a from north
7 30 p m.
.11 I . 1 < • from minili
21 a III
il h a i K ot. Agalli
II, .n you am a a man. d
ii >nti may kn«»w that he
H* ditmtid drill, wl»« r«’ i!it*
I, (!,. m u ft» I t f f t d
Try Ihaitl ami yuu‘|
Have begun to arrive
A nice assortment o f Ginghams and Spring Dress Goods will be on
display this week.
The English Zephyr Ginghams, this season, con
sist o f some beautiful patterns.
u d v rrlla n
and *<j|. u ni
i-s ta t*
or exrbang* It prof
SH IR T W A IS T SA L E
If i n ry advritla< mrnt of a at.irr
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«a t« «t **i,b°rt»mlty N Y * « ' for kliop|M*ni,
M ik *."»i O h ii « vary iiitwrlliirmeni of that
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,,rw l*'ktrc»tts ami frt«*mla for
I th« »tor«'
I ’ t ittn«r man will I m « » t ilifln l |f
y.t t y oui invaia a’ (Ito Kodtttnd
»man unde t «tamia thaï
Krank LIMn» haa «•nter «•«I the rar«
fui (In lloitiiilJiMun of » ictirr o n th«
fVm II ami Ink tahlvta at half prI« r*
ilf'puttlU an tjclu t
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Nat onrr In a hutidr«*« 1 Un.«*» t)(H*a
n«»t ovorltmk the «i>»r|.i|« « » ff** r*-tl
M» mia) I») l.ym h a U -l-' rtn :.tl alt nd r« «itici |»a) oò litu«*h f«ir any*
• r I'« taluuia inmihatorn »«•« K«'fi
A t'L of) ma ft
The Inrlcmmt « «•nib« r !a»( *rck
f i-lartl« «1 A Amici a«'it fr«un rmiitncn
th e re (he lari¡<'«( 30 ring « uik «id hla n e w •ton« hull«!
in * rtii i al Oregon u In K ou Sut!» air««- bel »«■«■n 1- and
Juat na a«M»n aa (h**
will pm mit, Mr And«*T»«in in
¡S ^ n '
It* <!tn* ti l ( 'r « atti, r \ I 1 In
MOV t » i n i \ r i ! t .»Tl!
t JI a « Irtttla It» a(art Ilf- work ami |>ti»b It
33(1 forward aa fait a« |>oa«lh|e.
il<*k atTvirr aalltfat lory m e«!«
KfTorta arc !*•*:n«c mad«» h« ri» I »
th- right prlrn la «h a t you g. t . atabllah an Klka club
- lt.d..H.nd tl.lll
3 ilf [ a«**«Tal
t«'iiilon la (<> try and organize a
OlOTICC TO AUTO DRIVERS.
rlub of lw«nty, and have thr new
aby | •••:. Mtad
r * IsHlati
lattrr |*art of April.
» di* long
ft • * ■ fl Ihn depot platform
l»‘ mm ala »h n ** tkolr a**i*H» ar«
A amalt boy u m I m i I at Terrebonne
luat Krida« nlghl a h*l had route
It It At KOI.,
A. nt t*i. .* n I .ni. and alone all the way from folorado IM
* •* hulea Itullnuol.
r**«-tlona to rtmdurtora worn wrlttrn
on «loth and plnm-d to the al«*«-««a
of th«* tMiy’a mat and on hla panta.
and the youngater aald In* had had
no tnmhle In R«*ttlng ftinuigh any.
a ril biuk. Muirá (tout 4 to 0 where on the trip.
I* « ■ d
- . t . i i
« * »
Horn March 7th. to Mr and Mra
It A llrady, a It) ptiund aon.
» III »o rh
llrady la painting foretnun at the d«*-
K II« •
» • .ira old
| n K .
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It (V WtKantt. n«ala(«n( »tat«» vn*
nd |>erfect!) I r n t I» and • >■'
k l !»••«• r. artiv«M| h«*rr Sunday
^ l l xndl«
and !«*ft Monday for I'rlimvlllr. 11«
lnt«nda to rrturn to K«*<|iiiond this
* h*i%*' 3 good anddl'-n to io -'I work and rt-maln in thla section for
a wrt-k or t«*n days «u» bualn*’Ha am
on*« amali P ig* and Shoal* for ne« t«*d with hla ofllt*«*.
I or trad«*
P. BURNS A CO.
T M Italdwln, |»rt‘»l«|ent of th«*
It--<1 n n *nd Ora
^rat National Hank of l*rln«>vl!le.
came in Sunday ii'ahi from r«»rt>
land en nmtr home.
SO M E R A R E B A R G A IN S
Regular $2.00 to $2.2.r> Waist
Regular $1.7.5 to $1.85 Waist
Regular $1.50 to $1.65 Waist
R o lla r $1.25 to $1.40 Waist
GRO CERY D EPA R TM EN T
A LW A Y S
Cookies, Regular 12 l-2c P.'ickajre
Karo Corn Syrup, 2 lb tin
Graham Crackers, Retf. 12 l-2c Pktf
Karo Com Syrup, 5 lb tin
.Stair Brand Peas, per can
Smoked Kippered Herring, per can
Seaport Tomatoes, per can
Seaport Oysters, small can
Seaport Oysters, large can
China Nest E^gs, 2 for
M ONDAY SPE C IA L S
M ONDAY ONLY
3 cans of ()ysters for
Calico, American Prints
2 cans of 30c Shasta Jam
Ladies’ 10c Handkerchiefs
^ i F o r Sale or Trade
W e Receive Fresh Vegetables Every Saturday
LYNCH & ROBERTS
THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES AND LOWER PRICES
W e Buy Butter and Egg*
R e d lT lO n d ,
O fC ^ O Il
W e Clo»e 6:30; Saturday 10:00
■ N O N TRUNK DEPOT
HERE BROKEN INTO
W M Wllaon, who la havlug plan*
drawn In INutland for an o|M-tahmia<*
h<* riintemplalea building here, ex-
P«*rta to receive the plan* In a ahort
viali with her daughter.
time, and He n will deride definitely
bnoy Drawer Forced Open Juat whut atepa he will take lu the
The window dlaplay of good thing*
I Hut Nothing of Value
to eat that Proprietor Page la making
at hi* pioneer Market attract* the
Th«* city ha* b«*«*n well ranvaaaod
attention of all paaaera by. and ahow*
th«* paat w««-k by rumiti«'rida I men
that Mr Page la up-to-date In hla
from Cortland wholeitaU* house*.
• iii. goii Trunk d«|»'t nt thla
waa hrok«*n Into Hunday night.
Station Agent llnukel Inform* The
If you ran aave money on the
Mi r h 34. and th«* money «Irawer Sp«ik<'*mnn that It ta expert«*«! the
thing you mu*t buy li»day. why no-,
d. hut aa all the money and Oregon Trunk rnllrond atom* depot at
look at Ihe ad* In The Spokeaman?
v n I mi 1 1 1 «a were In Ihe aafe. thla point will be completed and
» • « ' Ing wae a«*rnreil of vain«*
Rpe ready fur «N-eopaney al*«ut the flrat
Agent Crowley o f Ihe road waa of April
Work on the building la
d and arrlv«ul here aium after lu-ing pualted forward aa rapidly aa
J S. Campbell, o f Portland. arrlv«*d
poaalbh*. ruuatalmt »H h good work
here luat week with hla family, and
Newman, a l«oy alHutl 12 or manahlp. The InH-rlor I* now bolng
will become a resident of Redmond,
old. m i Hii«p«*i 1 'd . mid pi a ate red and painted.
lie la foreman at the freight house
AAiit Crowley put the boy through
of the Oregon Trunk and Deschutes
d ■ 111 . «it lulling, lull hi' did IM<
The S|Hike*man ha* heiird many railroads, and la an experienced man
up t<> being lo any way conneet ronipllnienta pH»*ed on th«* ronrteoua
In that iKialthin.
>i'b th«1 burglary. Tlx* I»«)' <tbl. treatment arcortH'd traveler* over the
^ ^ ■ ‘ '• ' 1 . Ill know ledge Hint lie had Oregon Trunk and IVarhut«** rail-
K I.. Rapp, formerly In the cloth
^ H k 'i i
the Turn \ I .uni l.uinliei road* tiy the ofllelala at the ih'pot
ing hiiatnoK* in this city, la now on
ultlee «..MU' t I 111 . -
llll.l Klilli ll her«*
gaged In the game hualne** at El
mira. near Kugene, and doing well.
l 1 1*1 iin to aunpb'lonlng <lu
W Archer, who live* Uve mllea
"aa the fa il that he huil been
Mr Davidson, who la Interested
ulng around the d«,|Mif walling north of Ihe city, waa In Redmond
1 r ;i |un time watching Ihe laat Saturday un hualneaa connected With lamia Hill In the 800.000 tract
Mr o f land In the eastern part of Ihe
'I I " • l .it d ITe: • 111 lull rvgla un provlng tip on hi* land
»hen «lueatloned aa to what he Areher la one of thè old limerà In stale thui la to be thrown open to
»'• I be hum he wiim waiting f«*t thla aertlon of thè *tat«>, and luta settlement, waa hero luat Saturday
i*vpreaa parkage, sometimes front »•■«n thè R. dniond IMalrlet grow frotn and bought a ticket for St. Paul. He
blare and anni<dlni«*a front mi thè auge hritah luto a ftourlahlng bad I>ccn («Miking over land in that
Whlle In thè a«'rtlon and also In this.
M b.'B not le t been llerlib d wll.lt rlly Mr Archer Iliade The 8p«ik«*a.
The eheeae thnt the Redmond
be done with the Imy for III* in. in a plaaaanl eall and had hi*
la putting on sale la meet
of ibo T uni \ I aim lumber
Hat o f thè paper, "for," bb he aald. ing with favor from Redmond house
"ev«*ry Utile helpa otti when a man wlvea.
la In hard luck. and I know thè re
There la a conductor on the Ore
ei-nt lire hit The Spokeaman a preti)
Trunk line who la of a humor
Tmir H a t.
ous turn of mind. Sometimes when
'mi an. going lu bu' a in » hat
Mra. O. F* Johnaon, mother of railing hla train after supper at
mu lug take a look at the line of
Metollua he hollera out: “ All aboard
B " m i ihm I . « neh A Unbeila have Mr* Ike Buckley of Ihla city, ar
going south for Culver. Opal City.
■ " I
Terrebonne, Redmond. Hend. San
Francisco, la«* Angeles. Pasadena.
San Diego. California, aud other
Mias Rutler, saleslady at l.ynch A
Roberta' store here, returned from
Portland last Friday night, where
she had been buying goods for the
dry goods department o f the above
Allen Wlllroxen. of Powell Hutte,
deputy assessor, was In Redmond
Monday, nascsalng personal property.
Mr Wlllcoxen predicts a bumper
crop In all sections of the county
Frank Zumwalt and family moved
to Sisters Tuesday, where they will
reside In the future.
will engage In the fet'd and butcher
business there in partnership with
W. E. Orahatn.
The picture of "Paddy" that was
on exhibition at Khrets hall at the
dartre last night was the work «>f
Geo. Kohl, the sign and art painter
of this city. He received many com
pliments on the excellence o f his
W. W Main, who has been tele
graph operator at the Oregon Trunk
depot since the road entered the
city, leaves this week to become sta
tion agent at Sinantox, 28 miles this
aide of F » 11 bridge on the Oregon
Trunk line. Mr. Main made a num
ber of friend* In Redmond during
his residence here who are sorry to
have him leave the city, but extend
him their best wishes for hla future
for the benefit of those who are
going to build. In' order to let them
While trying to start a Are In know
the kltehen stove with gasoline Mon think is the best roofing for fire pro
day morning. D. L. Miller, o f this tection.
city, was badly burned, and his wife
also sustained severe Injuries.
ROBBERS HOLD U P TR A IN .
Miller has been in the habit o f pour
ing gasoline on the Are to start it Tsxss Sheriff and P o ts* Rida Light
burning better, and kept gasoline in
Engine to Mast Desperados.
a glass can for that purpose. Mon
El Paso— Southern Pacific passenger
day morning the gasoline in the can train No. 9, wetsbound, due at El
exploded and pieces of glass enter**d Paso at 6:30 a. m.. was held up by
Mr. Miller's face. InAtcting painful robbers Wednesday morning at 2:16.
The scene o f the holdup is two miles
His hair was burned off.
and he also was badly burned on east o f Sanderson. Tex., and the rob
the hands, arms and body. Mrs. Mil bers detached the engine, mail and
ler's hair was burned, and she re baggage cars and took them toward
Sanderson. The sheri (Y and a posse,
ceived a severe burn on the wrist
on a light engine, left Sanderson to
The kitchen was badly scorched from meet the robbers.
C. A. Adams, who lives
Southern Pacific officials express the
close to the Miller residence, reach belief that the train holdup was com
ed the place immediately after the mitted by Mexican malcontents.
gasoline exploded and by heroic
Muscles Are Grafted.
work assisted Mr. and Mrs. Miller
Baltimore— Perform ing an operation
In putting out the Are. Mr. Miller
will tie confined to his bed for sev made possible only by recent discov
eries in surgery. Dr. W illiam S. Baer
transplanted the muscles o f Miss Ruth
Coffey, o f Lenoir, N. C., in an effort
to stay the ravages upon her system
A Hooting That
caused by infantile paralysis.
connect the disjointed and paralyzed
While here the first o f the month muscles, it was necessary to lance the
adjusting the fire losses o f the Feb. joints o f the patient and untangle >
28th fire. Adjuster» Shankland and mass o f useless fiber, cut off useless
ends and transplant broken
Radcliff stated that the only roofing
thereby connecting them to the uieful
they would recommend for building and healthy cords.
purposes— a roofing that would stand
a fire test— was the Malthold roof
Corn Grows in Appondix.
ing. They said they had seen this
Lawrence, Ind.— Three grains o f
roofing put to the moat severe tests corn that had begun to sprout were
and fire would not burn It.
They found in the appendix o f James B.
further stated that buildings cov Powell, a wealthy fanner, when he
ered with Multhold roofing could get was operated upon for acute appendi
citis. The appendix was 11 inches
a better Insurance rate than those
long. Powell had a habit, he said, o f
The eating a few grains o f corn every
Spokesman prints this information time he fed his stock.