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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1912)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City” of Central Oregon
KKDMOND. CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 23. 1912
• oiilil in a I ni ni,oliai« ah lp m « n t on
an a d v an cin g m a r k r l. when. If no
liai) Ilia apuila In a pll on hla farm
limi li tini« «rimili I h » Inai In gelling
1 lt*«m lo III« rallroail for alilpiii«nt
• li«li li« an i|«a|r«i|, am i ha m ight
lo«« a koiii I m any ilollara by I ho d.i-
SPUDS TO BRING
Il la h oped th a t a d e q u a le mean
ur«a «III I,« lak« n al onr« lo « r« rt a
I iu II i II iir of aufflclent ra p a rlly to
Laigr ArrruKf of PolatorN In r a r a tor lb« 1012 potalo rro p .
Tki- Section Will lirinit in n
I I I II HMOHKIt
G » h < Sized Kunrh of Money
Next W «il u«a ila y nl«ht l h « Com-
m a rn a i Club « I I I boli! a "H n m k rr ‘
In h h r e t ’a hall, ami all m «m b « ra of
G ro w e r«
I h « l ’ Iub a a il thoa« lntar«at« d In I h «
w * l f a r « o f I h « city a r « aak«il lo a l
Mattrra o f concern lo
ami f u t u r « pro ap «rlty o f I h «
W ill an «»I I in ai «'<1 2000 u r n In r l l y « I I I b« ta k «n up al that Ilim
tfc# H< I imnil, Powell Hull« mi<1 olb- ami i!taruaa«il
ini'* Full und Winter to the
i r |r
1 mu tributary to Redmond
lo potalo««. Ih» outlook for
urna« potato crop thla fall I*
lo growera u r the yield « I I I
go I I '
«acka lo I h « a r r « anil an air
o f l o o poumta l o III»
ADDITION OF GO FEET
TO BE ADDED TO DEPOT
m«ana JOO.OOO poumta of po
Thla. rr<!ur«<| to mon«y. al
MM « « 'il • pound. mak«a lh « round
The Spokeaman haa been Inforni
MM pi 1200.000 that « III rana Into e«l that the In Ion depot at thla rltjr,
Ik* fen ida of lh « farm«ra In lh « aor- which la rouredetl to he the l»eat on
ttona i«nilon«d above
the Oregon Trunk and hearhutea
will tit os ( of It rontr line, will aoon l>e enlarged by the ad
front <>ut•ui«' intinta. and wilt «ho « dltlon of <0 feet more on the north
to III« fartiirra hrrw that th«* growl un en«l
The enlarged portion of the
of pD’ ' ra la one of the moat profit de|Kit will he uaed for baggage and
*fet# Induatrlea In thla aertlon
On inijMirtant feature In ronnn
Hlnre the new atone
lion a Ml Ihla la r«« yl«ld of potalo«* completed bualneaa at thla point ha*
It th- niann«r In which lh«y ahoul I been growing to aurh an eitent th.it
ba la rn car« of
A la r«« fro»i the baggage amt eipreaa quarter»
« a r « houa« on lh « railroad have been crowded to their full ca
right of way allunili he built to ho* I pacity. and aoine dava the baggage
• I la c t 10 0 .0 0 0 to 1 5 0 .0 0 0 B ark a of could not all he gotten Into the bag
Thla la a matter that de gage room.
With the addition of 60 feet It I m
wlae farmer will rlmrty l e i figured that the Increaaed facllltlea
t»x haring hla potatora In a ’ will l»e able to rare for the bllBtnoHft
houae at a railroad point h*« for BOMie time to come
up aome fine trout on the train The
flah came all right, hut when Mr.
llaukol opened the package he «aw
the "trou t" were line apeclmena of
IH A tit MID lit M INTER
Alfred Mum. the hardware man at
Jackaon’a old aland, la a booater with
a big II
He la getting a number of
KVKRV HONK IN III* FACE IM people In Mlnneaota In the potato
growing aertlon, Intereated in the
IIROKKN EXCEPT IIIH
Kedmond District, and la aendlng out
a large amount of literature pertain
I/IU Kit J AW
ing to this section to people aa far
away as Germany and Spain.
The rlaas of people Mr Mum is In
touch with are people with meanr,
llarry Dougherty waa badly hurt
who would be a welcome addition to
b «r« Tu«aday afternoon whll« hla«»
In« with dynamite-
lla waa blaat-
ln« out an «iravatlon In th« south-
«rn part of the rlly, and had put In
a charge and retired to a dlatama to
await th« «lploalon. 11« heard an
«iploalon and thou«ht hla rh a r«« of
dynamite had «one off
ed to the «iravatlon and aa he look
ed down Into the hole the dynamite
exploded, hurling a plank upwarJ
with great forre
The plank alrurk
him In the far«, breaking e v er y bone
A metnorall aervlce will be held
In hla fare eirept the lower Jaw.
at the M. K. church next Sunday.
Dougherty Itev. J. M. Crenahaw officiating. A
heard waa one bark of the Hotel Or program of special music haa been
egon where workmen are excavating prepared for the occasion.
ing la the order of exercises:
for a r«ea pool.
Song— "Oh. for a Thousand Ton-
The Injured man waa taken to Dr
lloac h'a o ffic e and hla wounda dreact guea to Sing." by congregation.
ed. and yeatrrday morning he left
Song— "Faith la the Victory."
for rrlnevllle. Strange to Bay, both
Anthem— "Our Fellow Comrades”
of Mr Itougherty'a eye* were unin
Male Quartet— "Soldiers. Rest in
TIIK1 WERE Hl t KKKS
Announcements and collection.
W W Main, who uaed to be tele
Song by Choir— "Forward Go.”
graph operator here at the Cnlon de
Song— "Onward. Christian Sol
pot. but la now atatlon agent for the dier.”
Oregon Trunk at Slnomoi on the
Deaehutea river, la having the time
Song— “ All Hall the Power.”
of hla life ratchlng fl*h thla aeaao.i
A special invitation Is extended to
The other day he wired Depot Agent the old aoldlera. l-adies Relief Corps
llaukol here that he waa «ending hint and Sons of Veterans to be present.
I^eave our store every day because we sell them
HIGH GRADE, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE AT
MONEY SAVING PRICES
Royal Worcester Non-Rustable Corsets
FIT, WEAR, SATISFY
and insure you against corset troubles.
The most potent charm of
womanly beauty is a PERFECT CORSET, attained through wearing a
Perfect Corset correctly fitted.
Royal Worcester Corsets beautify and
improve every figure, moulding the form until it assumes the graceful
and symetrical lines of the ideal.
In fact the Royal Worcester is the
one M ED IUM Priced Corset that combines every health and fashion
feature, and is the favorite of every woman.
P R IC E S , $1.00 to $3.00
*0" IU.M SMkt
NEXT WEEK SPECIAL
Men’s .$1.00 and $1.25 Negligee Shirts fo r .........................................89c
Preferred Stock Fish Flakes, regular 25c for.....................................16c
Big Department Store
Highest in Quality, Lowest in Price
Highest Price paid for Eggs.
Bring them to us
$1.50 PER YEAR
O ffic e S u p p lie s
In fact we have everything that the busi
ness man or other person may need in the
above line. Let us show you.
TOY RIDERS IN ,n
The Spokesman la in receipt of a
letter from Hackleman & Engstrom,
I the cattle men at Barns, this county,
MACHINE GOES OFF THE GRADE about 6Q mi,eg from here Th li flr,a
% .SHORT DISTW C'K
News was brought to this city last
Sunday by a Laidlaw resident that a
party of auto joy rtders from Bend
consisting of four women from the
tenderloin district there, with the
driver, had gone off the grade and
fell into a ditch about half a mile
The accident happened about one
o'clock Saturday morning. The ma
chine turned a complete somersault,
it is said, and two of the womea
were so badly hurt that they had to
be taken to the hospital. The other
occupants of the machine were some
what bruised and shaken up. but sus
tained no serious injuries.
Assistance was secured at Laid
law for the Injured people and they
were hastily taken to Bend.
It Is understood the joy riders
were on their way to this city when
the accident happened.
1128 be* n advertising their cattle for
sale in The Spokesman, and wrote
that they were well pleased with the
results obtained from the ad— that
they had sold off most of their stock
and when they had more to sell they
surely would use the columns of The
Spokesman to let the public know
what they had to offer.
What The Spokesman has done
for the above firm in the way o f pub
licity and obtaining results, it can do
for others. We invite Inquiries as to
rates for advertising, and the best
way to reach the buyers. Our ex
perience in the advertising Held is at
the command of advertisers.
If you have something to sell or If
you want to buy something, let The
Spokesman tell the public about it
in a convincing manner.
THREE GIESSKD SAME
Three persons. Miss Laura Jones,
Ray Osborne and Donald Burleigh,
made the right guesses as tg the
number of packages of chewing guui
in the fish jar at Mendenhall's that
he advertised to award a silver set
of 26 pieces for the successful guess.
The right number was 239. Guess
Returns front the Sth grade exam es ranged from 100 to over 1000.
inations have been received. Owing
to the school opening late last fall
TAKE TRAINS HERE
the pupils have had but 25 weeks
of class work to prepare for an ex
Many people from Lakeview and
amination covering 36 week's work. the country in that portion of Lake
We feel gratified that the everages county come to Redmond over the
reached the high eighties and up In auto lines and take the train from
to the nineties. With earlier open here for Portland.
ing next fall our schools will make view has a railroad the people there
an enviable record.
find it cheaper and quicker to come
The weekly spelling contest for to Redmond and use the railroad*
which Principal Thompson has offer out from here than to patronize their
ed a Student's Standard Dictionary, own line and have to go in a round
stands: Evelyn Smith, two; Nellie about way.
Covert, one; Ruth Covert, one.
Reviews for finals are well under
PRINTING COST INCREASED
Many of the pupils are raising
The Spokesman this week receiv
vegetables and chickens for exhibit ed notice rfom the wholesale paper
at the county and state fair. These houses at Portland that all kinds of
exhibits will be shown In the local printer's stationery had advanced 'n
school fair first.
price, and that all former prices ha1
With the Increas
I.IIIR ARY NOTES
ed cost of printer's stationery the of
fices will necessarily have to put on
The May Day dance given by the an advanced price for all classes of
Library Association netted 135.50 job printing.
for the book fund.
Members of the Library Associa
A man of sense does not require
tion are requested to send In a list a policeman at his elbow constant
of books they would like to read. ly; a sensible man Is his own police
From these lists the librarian will man. and knows It doesn't pay to
order books as funds are available. violate the ordinances.
The Public Library will be moved
In Mexico a day’s work Is a half
Its present location In the hour's practice with a pistol or rill*.
Commercial Club rooms.
Don't be a Joke on yourself.
will be given later aa to the new lo
The Spokesman for good printing