The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, March 21, 1912, Image 2

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    YOUR CREAMERY
THE MAKING OP THIS COUNTRY
Is Producing
JUNIPER BUTTER—“Always fresh and pure”~Ask any grocer in Central Oregon for the Juniper brand
JUNIPER ICE CREAM—“Its the cream”—My how the taste lingers! l^ets have another dish.
JUNIPER BUTTERMILK—Simply delicious. No excuse for hard biscuits or soggy cakes.
JL^NIPER CHEESE—Smooth and velvety texture. On sale at Redmond Meat Market.
Sweet Cream any time, also ice in small quantities.
PAID FOR
B U T T E R FAT
We Stand for the “ Square Deal’
W e »ell the Interlocking
U. S. CREAM SEPARATOR
The World’» Standard
Redmond Creamery Co.
ON EASY PAYMENTS
1. Close Skimming— Hold» World’» Record.
2. Eaay Running.
3. Easy W ashing— only ten seconds.
4. Long Life.
Ask for a free catalogue or demonstration.
ANNOUNCEM ENTS
N. J . 3 IN N O T T
P r o g r e s s i v , R e p u b lic a n c a n d i d a l , f o r
C o n g r e , •. w ith t h , i n t a c t , o f E a s t e r n
O r e g o n U p p e r ro o st.
Paid Adr.
»-specially will I e a e rt m y self to e n ­
fo rce th e law a g a in s t vice. Im m oral
acta, and th e trafflee In w hite sla v ­
ery-
W A HELL.
(P a id a d v e rtise m e n t)
A N O R D IN A N C E
V . c . t in g
C a r te ls
Street, ,n d A lle y , la tbe C ity of
C an d id ate fo r D istrict A tto rn ey
Red
T o th e R epublican V oter» o f W aico.
Crook an d Hood R iver C o u n ties:
1 hereby a n n o u n ce my candidacy
W H ER E A S, o n D ecem ber 11, 1911
fo r th e R ep u b lican no m in atio n for OREGON T R U N K RAILWAY filed
D istric t A tto rn ey for th e S ev en th
Ju d icial D istrict, com prised of W asco, w ith th e re co rd er of th e city of Red
C rook an d Hood R iv er C ounties, at m ond Its p etitio n for th e vacation of
th e com ing p rim aries to be held
A pril 19, 1912.
If n o m in ated and c e rta in s tre e ts and alley s In said
elected , th e d u tie s of th e D istrict city and duly posted tb e n o tic e , re ­
A tto rn e y 's office will alw a y s have qu ired by law. aa m ore particu larly
first c o n sid e ra tio n
I sh all striv e
fully to en fo rc e all law«, and pro­ a p p e a rs from th e affidavit of H
te c t. to th e u tm o st of my ab ility, th e B ankoe, on file with said recorder,
In te re sts of th e w hole people of my and,
d is tric t. I pledge m yself to give my
W H ER E A S, th e ow ners of the
p erso n al a tte n tio n to th e n eed s of
each o f th e c o u n tie s co m p risin g th e p ro p erty ad jo in in g th e said street*
S ev en th Ju d ic ia l D tatrtct.
an d alley s h av e filed with the re
CARLTON L. P E P P E R .
(P a id a d v e rtise m e n t)
c o rd e r of th e city of R edm ond th e ir
c o n se n t to tb e said vacation, aa re­
HEALING ART IN NINEVEH qu ired by law ;
NOW T H E R E F O R E ,
M edicines and O th er C ures Em ployed
BE IT O RD AINED BY T H E COM
T h e re »90 Y ears B efore th e
MON COUNCIL O F T H E CITY
C h ristian Era.
O F REDMOND.
T h a t th e follow ing described s tr e e t,
T h e p a tie n t w ork o f th e arc h a e o lo ­
g ist enabled people In 1911 to form a and alley s in sa ld a city of Redmond
very fair Idea of m edical science a s It be and a re hereby vacated
ex isted In N ineveh *50 y e a rs before
All th o se po rtio n s of T hird afreet.
th e b irth of C hrist. Of th e 20,000 ta b ­ Second a tre e t, F stre e t, 0 s tre e t, )J
let» tak e n from th e lib ra ry of Assur- s tre e t and th e A lleys tn B lock,
banlpal, th e g re a t K ing of Assyria, F orty-one M l), F ifty nine «59» anti
: and
• * ; estab
T » lish
T k ed
ÜÎ his
K
lî* yptK,“
" d In th e d
W « F t'w ò <*2i" ly in g ' within a ' atrip
su b jects
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
I h ereb y an n o u n ce my candidacy
for th e office o f C ounty Ju d g e, sub­
je c t to th e app ro v al of th e R epubli­
can v o ters o f C rook co u n ty a t the
com ing p rim ary election.
H. C. ELLIS.
se rte d c itie s o f S am aria, h u n d red s
(P aid a d v e rtise m e n t.)
deal exclusively w ith m edicine and
co n ta in n u m erous p re scrip tio n s:
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
“ If a m an h a s colic m ake him »land
T o th e R epublican V oter» of C rook up and pour o v e r him a decoction of
C ounty:
hy p ericu m and he will recover.
I h ereb y a n n o u n ce m yself a c a n d i­
“O r m ake him crouch down on hie
d a te for th e office of C ounty Judge, h eels and po u r cold w ater over his
su b je c t to th e ap p ro v al o f th e R e­ h ead ."
F a ith h e a lin g seem s to be Indicated
publican v o ters of C rook c o u n ty a t
th e com ing p rim a rie s, A pril 19, 1912. In a p re sc rip tio n which ru n s "If he Is
In a w eak sta te , m ake him bend down,
W ILLIAM BOEOLI.
th e n ra ise hla legs, and say :
‘May
iP a ld a d v e rtise m e n t.)
you g e t q u ite w ell.' S trik e him also
on th e head fo u rteen tim es w ith your
th u m b ”
W. A. Bell fo r D istrict A tto rn ey
T o th e R epublican E lecto r» of Crook,
M any p re sc rip tio n s deal w ith th «
Hood R iver and W aaco C o u n ties c u re o f a d is o rd e r w hich w as very
I h ereb y an n o u n ce m y self a s a can com m on a t N ineveh, and which seem s
d ld ale for th e R epublican n om ination
fo r D istric t A tto rn ey a t th e com ing to have been d u e to ov erln d u lg en ce In
“W hen a man la bil­
p rim aries. A pril 19; th a t I h av e re ­ food an d d rin k
sided In th e d is tric t tw enty-five y e a rs ious ru b him w ith an onion, and le t
a t P rtn ev llle and T h e D alles, O re him d rin k n o th in g b u t w a te r and ab­
gon, and h av e been In th e a c tiv e sta in from food a lto g e th e r ’’
p ra c tic e of th e law fo r th e p ast
A m ong th e m edicine* used by th #
e ig h teen y e a rs ; th a t. If n o m in ated p h y sician s of N ineveh w ere sesam e,
and elected, I will d u rin g m y te rm
of office d ev o te my e n tire tim e to olive all, c aato r oil, sy ru p o f datea,
th e d u ties of th e office to th e ex c lu ­ honey and salt. F a stin g an d m assag e
sion o f o th e r law b u sin ess, a n d give w ere fre q u e n tly ordered.
my personal a tte n tio n , and first c o n ­
H e r P referen ce.
sid e ra tio n to th e b u sin e ss o f th e
C onsistency, tb o i a rt a jew el, b u t
office, and will p erso n ally a s s is t th e
officers In each co u n ty w ith th e en vhe a v e ra g e w om an would ra th e r have
fo rcem en t of th e C rim in al L aw , and a diam ond — W ashington P ost.
lam! o n o
hundred
(100)
f#*ft
In
w idth, being fifty (60) feet In width
on each aide of, and p arallel with
th e c e n te r lin e of th e OREGON
TRU N K R A ILW A Y S line of railroad
as th e sam e Is now located and con-
at rue ted th ro u g h said city of Red
mond.
A 1.80 all th a t portion of F irst
a tre e t, D a tre e t, and th e A lley In
Block forty M 0| o f said city of
R edm ond, lying w ithin a strip of
land th re e h u n d red feet In width,
being o n e h u n d red (100) feet on the
w est sid e and tw o h u n d red (200) feel
on th e e a st side of and parallel with
th e c e n te r line of th e O regon T runk
R ailw ay 's line of railro a d aa the
aarne Is now located and co n stru cted
th ro u g h said city o f Redmond.
P assed a t a re g u la r m eetin g of
th e C om m ond Council of th e city
of R edm ond, held on th e 13th day
o f F e b ru a ry , 1912.
A pproved th is 12th day o f Feb­
ru a ry , 1912.
H . F. JO N E S,
M ayor.
A tte s t:
J. A. WILCOX,
R ecorder.
REDMOND
OREGON
Summon»
ORDINANCE NO. 23.
of
H. F. MEYER, Manager
In tho C ircuit Court of (he S late of
Oregnn. w ithin and fur Cruuk
County.
Guy Sears. Plaintiff,
vt.
P C Cam pbell and T h o m s, Cannon
la-fe n d a n t.
To P C Cam pbell and T hom a, Can
non. the above nam ed d efen d an t.
In the nam e of the S tate of Ore
gun You and each of you are hereb»
sum m oned snd required to appear
In th e above en titled court snd an
sw er or plead to th e com plaint filed
th erein In th is suit against you on
or before the 2*th day o f April. 1912.
which la the tim e prescribed In the
o rd er of tbe Hun W L llradohaw
Ju d g e of said C ourt, pursuant to
which th is ium m > ni Is published
and In which you a re required to
wo a p p ear an sw er or plead, and If
you fall to an appear, answ er or
plead, the plaintiff will , p p |r to (he
t o u rt for the relief dem anded m
th e com plaint, which relief | , as fol
low . T hat th e plaintiff have Judg
m ent and decree ag ain st the defend
ant P ( C am pbell in the sum of
Five H undred Iiollars with Interest
thereon at the ra te of ten j* r <*■»)
per annum from the 3rd day of May
1911, to g eth er With costs and dls
b u rsem en ts of thla suit. Including an
a tto rn ey fee In th e sum of One
H undred D ollars; th a t the certain
m ortgage m ade executed and deilv
ered by said defendant to th e plain
tiff dated May 3. 1911. upon and
agalnat th e W est half of ihe South
w.-«t q u a rte r of Section T h lr tv s l, i„
T ow nship Fifteen south, of range
F o u rteen east of th e W illam ette Me
rldlan he foreclosed snd said pretn
Isen ordered sold for th e purpose of
paying and d ischarging said judg
m ent and co sts; th a t the defendants
and all persons claim ing by. through
o r u n d er them tie forec|<med of all
right, title o r In terest which the»
mav have In and to said prem ise,
and th a t they he forever barred and
estopped from having n r claim ing to
have any right, title or Interest |n
and to said prem ises su|>erlnr to the
S J * i , ' " 1; *"'* iB ferest Of the plain
tiff th erein and th e l|. n of plaintiff s
m ortgage thereon and th at the rights
of the plaintiff In said p rem ise, he
declared snd decreed to he superior
to any rig h ts of e ith e r o f the d>-
r< ndants th erein and for all such
C mH
n lM
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T .V T . T * 2 * *n'1 *'l’,l«»ble
T he d ste Of t h e first public a tion of
t h is s u m m o n s Is t h e 7th dav . f
M arch. 1912 T h is s u m « ,
Hon W. L B radshaw Judge of the
shove nam ed C ourt, m ade on the
11th day o f February, 19t2
.
F irst
1
A
..
publication,
W IL I/ Y IX
,o r Plaintiff
M nrrh 7 -A p rll
A shopper who saved * dollar nr
he ,dh " f°,h ' r A * r t r o u g h reading
th e ad of g p a rticu lar sto re will not
IO * * '" ‘«“'t •'» w-atrh the a d ,
of th a t (to re p re tty closely
ANNOUNCEMENT
T h e C ity M e a t Market
'
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ft
w
K ANNOUNCE to the people of
—
Redmond and vicinity that we
have opened a new Meat Market in the
Muma building, com er of tUh and F
street«, and will a t all times keep on
hand a full line of all kinds of meat*
and goods usually carried in a first-cla»
market.
We solicit a share of your
patronage.
Belcher & Otis
Muma Huildituj
Corner 6th and F Streets. Redmond, Ort.
Wood Working Plant
w«» dedr« to inform the |tooplc of Rrdino«d
section that we have lately established »
Working plant at our shop and a r e in
i*> make Store Fronts, (Counters, und anythin!
line of Cabinet Work.
BEVARD & GANT,
R edm ond,
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