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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1912)
The World's Standard
A Cream Separator muit be of few
parts, built of the best material, by the
best mechanics, with the greatest accuracy
The Juniper Butter
Is manufactured under the most sanitary con
ditions. It is our aim to supply the trade with
pure, sweet, fresh Butter all the time. Ask any
grocer for the Juniper brand.
to insure thorough skimming, long service,
The Juniper Buttermilk
On these five points of perfection the
U. S. Cream Separator won in competition
with all other separators at the Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, W ash., in 1909,
the only Grand Prize
Is the product o f well rij)ened cream. The
price is reasonable, considering the quality and
quantity, only 5c a quart, or 15c a gallon.
awarded any cream separator.
No man has ever taken out a (J. S. Cream Separator and brought it back.
This alone shows the superiority of the machine and proves our claim that
the U. S. is the one perfect separator.
The Juniper Ice Cream
Has made quite a hit. “ Its the Cream.” It
is always on sale at all soda fountains.
None ekim to clean.
None are built eo thoroughly.
None are to easy to clean.
None are so easy to install.
None run with so little power.
At all times.
Price 15c a pint or 25c a quart.
We pay the highest prices for Cream and give
everybody a “ Square Deal.”
For Sale on Ea*y Term* by
REDMOND CREAMERY CO.
REDMOND CREAMERY CO
Glad to show Separator to you.
gli. I drain- placed after
on the nominating ballot,
ness Admtntatratlon of the
W. E. VAN
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon, within and fur C rook1
Guy Sears. Plaintiff,
Notice for Publication.
Department o f the Interior, C. S P. C Campbell and Thomas Cannon. I
Land Office at The Dalle», Oregon.
March 6th. 1912.
I am prepaml to pull I r a
Notice la hereby given that Will- To P. C. Campbell and Thomaa Can
with my new Herculea Tree
ferd Archer, of Redmond. Oregon,
In the name o f the State of Ore
who. on March 30th, 1906, made
Nothin? too large
Homestead No. 15Q40, Serial No.
03866. for SE'ASBVk Sec 20 and summoned and required to appear
NtyNE1.» Section 29. Township 14 In the above entitled court and an
South. Range 13 East. Willamette
Meridian, has (lied notice o f Intention therein In this suit against you o n ,
to make Final Five Year Proof, to or before the 26th day o f April, 1912,
establish claim to the land above de which Is the time prescribed In the I
scribed, before I. P. Hewitt. D S order of the Hon W L. Bradshaw |
Commissioner at his o ffic e, at Red Judge of said Court, pursuant to|
mond. Oregon, on the 13th day of which this summons Is published,
and In which you are required to
an apitear, answer or plead, and If
Claimant names as wltm-a»«-»:
fall to so appear, answer or
Ben Ootter. of Redmond. Oregon;
7. T. McClav, o f Redmond. Oregon; plead, the plaintiff will apply to the
William Buckley, of Redmond. Ore Court for the relief demanded In
gon ; D. C. Hall, of Terrebonne, Ore the complaint, which relief Is as fol
lows: That the plaintiff have Judg
mint and decree against the defend
C W. MOORE. Register
Can leave orders at Sp«.kr,m«n
Flrat publication March 14-Aprll 11. ant P C. Campbell in Jhe sum of
N. J. SINNOTT
thereon at the rate of ten [er cent
Progressive Republican candidate for REDMOND WHOLESALE MARKET. per annum from the 3rd day of May.
— - — —. . i
C on ,r«,i. with the interest, of Ea.tern
1911. together with costa and dls
Oregon Uppermo.t. Mr. Sinnott repre I Market selling price# on the fol- buraements o f this suit. Including an
sented Wasco and Hood River counties I lowing commodities, at the Redmond attorney fee In the aum of One
in the last two sessions in the State Wholesale Lumber A Produce Co.:
Bran, per ton............................... $23.85 Hundred Dollars; that the certain
Shorta. per ton............................... 28.25 | mortgage made, executed and dellv
Middlings, ton ............................. 35.10' ered by said defendant to the plain
Rolled Wheat, ton ....................... 36.751 tiff dated May 3. 1911. upon and
Candidate for Oiatrict Attorney
against the West half of the Mouth
T o the Republican Voter» o f Waaco, Flour. Patents, b b l...................... 4 9«) weat quarter <A Section Thlrtv-slx, In
Crook and Hood River Counties: Flour, Straight, bbl....................... 4.70 1 Township Fifteen aouth. of range
I hereby announce my candidacy
Fourteen east of the Willamette Me
for the Republican nomination for Hay, Alfalfa, ton..........................$1500' rldlan. be foreclosed and said prem
Delivered to cuatomera
Pm ....................... 16.00
Dlatrlct Attorney for the Seventh
ise« ordered »old for the purpose «if
in any part of the city.
Judicial Diatrict, comprised of Waaco. Hay, Clover, ton........................... 13 00 paying and discharging «aid Judg
Crook and Hood River Countlea. at Potatoes. Burbanks, per 100 Iba 1 4 0 1 ment and coats; that the defendants
the coming primariea to be held
and all persona claiming by, through
April 19. 1912.
If nominated and Eggs, per do*...................................... 18 or under them be foreclosed of all
elected, the duties of the District
right, title or Interest which they
Attorney's office will always have
may have In and to aald premise«
I shall atrlve POULTRY MEN TO
that they be forever barrel
W . M. O G G , Propr.
fully to enforce all lawa, and pro MEET APRIL 6TH
eatopped from having or claiming to
A meeting o f the poultry men o f have anv right, title or Interrat In
tect. to the utmost of my ability, the
Interests of the whole people of my Redmond and the western part o f and to aald premia«-« superior to the
PHONE NO. 30« Redmond. Ore.
dlatrlct. I pledge myself to give my Crook county Is called for Saturday j right, title and Intereat o f the plain
personal attention to the needs of afternoon, April 6tb, at 3 o ’clock, a t' (Iff therein and the lien of plaintiff«
each o f the counties comprising the Muma'a hall. The purpose of the mortgage thereon and that the right«
meeting la to try and form a poultry «»f the plaintiff In «aid premise« be
8eventh Judicial Dlatrlct.
aasoclatlon for this section o f the declared and decree«! to be auperlor
CARLTON L. PEPPER.
state, and all rais<rs of poultry are to any rights of either of the de-
urged to attend the meeting and fendanta therein and for all aurh
contribute their efforta toward get -1 other and further relief as to the
ting a good strong organization per Court may aeem Just and equitable
fected. Do not forget the date.
For County Assessor
The dale of the flrat publication of
T o the Republican Voter« o f Crook
this summon« 1« the 7th day of
S«e li. R. Revard for settings
March, 1912. Thla summons la pub-
of Uw.gjghbr.-d It. I |(,.,| , n<|
I hereby announce my candidacy,
llahed piiraunnt to nn order of the
for the nomination to the office of j
H«m. W. L. Brndahaw, Judge of the
county assessor at the primaries on I
i r . w / ,L," n/r'iT ' Vtfs. $2 (si ,„ r
ah«(ve named Court, made on the
15» Huke o f Kent Htrain.
April 19, 1912. If ( am nominated
14th day o f February, 1912.
1 will, during my
J. A. WILLCOX.
term o f office, use my beat endeavor I
Attorney for Plalnlllf.
to give n thorough and impartial |
Flrat publication. March 7—April
assessment, to assess by legal sub
divisions, to Index by subdivisions
I do lathing and plastering
and by name, to keep all records In
Several h im ii parties
at the lowest possible figure.
an up to date manner, making it
formed W H W lls„„ , heV wm t .k .
easy to And amount of tax on each
A shopper who saved a dollar or a lease on an op. ra bona«- building
parcel o f land, or amount of each
two the other day through reading her. f he will build a m.slern bulbi
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Individual tax. T o personally attend
the ad. of a particular store will not
to the duties o f the office, to give
need to be urged to watch the ads
prompt and courteous treatment to]
o f that store pretty closely.
B ‘ ml F atre«"» h
Redmond and vicinity that we
have opened a new Meat Market in the
Muma building, corner o f <Uh ami F
streets, and will at nil times keep on
hand a full line o f all kinds of meat*
and goods usually carried in a first-class
Wc solicit a share of your
Belcher & Otis
C orncr 6th and F Streets.
T h o ro u g h b re d
W o o d W o r k in g P la n t
o rT «.K'M k ''**"• •LK> per 15.
J J /K ANNOUNCE to the people of
L. D A IL Y
clt-flire to inform the jieople <>f Ii»,«lm«>n<l *r>l ^
wrtion that we have lately established •
VV o » h J Working plant at our shop and ar,‘ 'n *
to make Store Front«, Counter«, and anythin^ 1
line of Cabinet Work.
BEVARD & G A N T ,
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