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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1913)
PAG E TW O
H ow to Build Lip or T ear Down
Made to Order
K IN D S OF F U R N IT U R E TO
N O TICE
If you want any
NO TOWN CAN STAND STILL. IT MUST I I T H S N OO FONWANO
ON Ot CLI NS. AND IT IS UP TO YOU TO SAY WHI CH IT WI L L St.
thing in this line call and 1 et us talk it over.
I do all kinds of IRON W O R K and B L A C K -
Some towns hustle ami grow -tbat la. the people buatle aud the toe a
grow » They get the habit o f tamatlng until every cttlsen become« a ( » hw I . t ,
tud pretty soon tta reputation spreads and It becomes known far atul wide as
l good town, while others la|we luto a state o f Innocuous desuetude—an easy
rook along manner that aoou classes that particular place as a dead oue
If you are knockltig ami complaining stop It Nothing hurts a town morn
I f you cannot aay something good don t say anything, and. above all. don't
knock If you are not a bewter become oue
The success of the retail merchant depeudg on the patronage of hla home
people, the home Jobber la largely dependent oo the patronage of his home
retailer, the banks are depemlent likewise on the auere»s of all. whlls the auc-
,-eea and happlneea of the |>eoplr depend on the success of the tmatneea men
N o*. one o f the greatest Injuries you can do your home town or com
rnunlty— to the business men who are dependent on your patronage la to order
your goods from mall order bouses or pairvuli* merchants In other towue
Every dime sent from your community tu a mall order house la removed en
tirely from local circulation Ita principal ami Inter,-»t are both goue. whereaa
the money a|>ent with the home merchant g«-es Immediately luto circulation
and In due course comes back to >
THOUSANDS OP DOLLARS A N N U A L L Y A R I BEING S I N T TO MAIL
ONDCR HOUSES FROM THIS COMMUNITY. THUS DEPRIVING HOMS
SM ITH ING also at my factory on the corner
of 8th and E streets.
G. W. DAVIES
The Old Pioneer Blacksmith of Redmond
; Night Train Service
B E TW E E N
j Central Oregon and Portland I
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
AND FIRST CLASS COACHES
This service is in lieu o f the day trains run heretofore.
The train w ill leave Bend 8:30 p. m.. Deschutes 8:48 p. m . Red
mond 9 :1 « p. m.. Terrebonne 9:24 p. m.. Culver 10:02 p. m.. Me-
tolius 10:20 p. m.. Madras 10:30 p. m., Mecca 11:08 p. m. Maupin
12:40 a. m . Sherar 1:08 a. m.. arrive Portland 8:10 a. m.
Leave Portland 7:00 p. m.. arrive Sherar 3:03 a. m , Maupin
3:26 a. m , Mecca 5:18 a. m.. Madras 6:00 a. m . Metolius 6:13 a.
m.. Culver 6:28 a. m.. Terrebonne 7:08 a. m., Redmond 7:23 a. m..
Deschutes 7:43 a. m.. Bend 8:00 a. m.
Conuections made in Portland to and from W illam ette V alley
and Puget Sound Points.
Fares and schedules and details w ill be furnished on application
cr by letter.
W. C. W IL K E 8 . Asat. Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
R. H. CROZIER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
H. B A U K O L , Agent, Redmond, Oregon.
S. D . F O X & CO.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hotel Redmond Bar
Phone No. 906.
Draying and Heavy Hauling.
S T R IC T L Y P U R E A R T IF IC IA L ICE D E LIV E R E D TO A N Y P A R T
O F T H E C IT Y IN A N Y Q U A N T IT Y .
R E IN F O R C E D
BU ILD IN G
These blocks are made by the wet process, « Iv in « them three
times the strength o f a machine made block.
Persona going to build should see our material before placing
orders fo r any other kind.
It will pay them.
lahed on application.
Call on or write to
H E O A R D T,
MERCHANTS OF THSI R RI GHTFUL PATRONAQE.
Ami yet. no matter how much the home merchant ta dependent on the
patrouage of his borne people, he la aupixwed to give ami to aid In every work
undertaken for the material betterment of the town, aud he dues. bring often
coerce,! Into glrlug by the demands of hla customers, fearing to offend them
because o f the fear of loos of their patronage
UNLI KE YOUR HOME MERCHANT. MAIL ORDER HOUSES PAY NO
TAXES OR PRIVILEGE LICENSE TO DO BUSINESS IN YOUR COM
NEI THER OO THEY CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR CHURCHES.
SCHOOLS. PUBLIC ROADS. CHARI TI ES OR A NY T HI NG ELSE. ANO.
ABOVE ALL. T H E Y GIVE NO EMPLOYMENT TO ANY O N « IN YOUR
HE attitude you maintain toward your hotua town Ita tiuatneaa m. u
and tta Inalltutlona- ta reflected In the success or failure of the aarne
The eucceae and ha|<i>lne«a of every clttaeu tu auy community He
In the lutervet he take# tu that cvMuniuuItjr and the g<»Hl work he con
do to aaaUt tu Ita upbuilding
E V E R YTH IN G YOU HO TO IIK M
r i l E AD VAN C E M E N T OF YOUIt OWN C O M M l'N lT l N«»< I H I J I S I HI ' 1
MUCH T O W A R D YOUR OWN l‘ E HIM IN A L Hl'lVKNIL
No uiau c.iu
live and prueiwr uuto hliuaelf alone, for you are luterdeiwndent, and. realltlug
thla. aa good cltlmeua. you ahould unite and |>ull together for the common
gvKKl. aud. dolu* thla, you will prosper aa a community and aa Individual»
machinery I now have complete facilities for
.MAKING A L L
By J. a
Help Yourself by Helping Your Town.
With the installation of my new wood working
TMt ' HHPA Y. At' OI' HT
H KOMONO SI’OKKSM AN
E L L IO T T
FA MI L Y OR HOME TOWN.
You want your school* kept up. your churches supported, your streets kept
In reiwlr. your town properly policed and protected by a g»**1 Are fighting
equipment, etc In other words, you waut your town to prosper, be Well run
and the |>e»ple to he happy and contented
YET IF YOU ARK BENDING
YOUR MONEY T<> OTHER INSTITUTIONS IN OTBBB c i t i e s END
TOW NS YOU AR K D E FE ATIN G TI1K VERY OBJECT FOR WHICH
YOU STR IV E
Now. this town building Is a serious matter —a greet big proposition—end
If you are not treating It—It» buslnese :nen fairly you are not treating your
«elf fairly Ton are undermining the very foundation o f your well being
To he continued under the title “THE FARMER ANO T H I M I R C H A N T *
I.A l i l i . AW
j trip Sunday to Prtnevtlle. where
: »her visited C. P. Becker, who Is
working In the assessor's office
George Brewster, county water
David O 'llsra la now property In
master, was In Laldlaw several days
spector for the Tumalo Project
last week on official business. In con
Camp No 1. at the Intake for the
nection with the Winter ditch out on
Tumalo Project, was established last
the reservoir site.
Harry Helsing was over from the week. Thla makes four camps now
Metolius on a visit several days last
W illiam Brown haa accepted a po
The teachers for the Ijildlaw sition aa foreman of a rrew at Camp
school have been hired for the next I No 3.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson were
year. The principal la to be E J
Thompson of Quincy. Ore., and the In Bend on business Tuesday.
Among the Bend men who were
primary teacher Is Miss Grace Polk
o f Terrebonne.
Misa Polk taught down Tuesday to the address by
near La Pine last year.
Mra. Albert Harper, Mrs. W illiam
Brown and Miss Hazel Brown were
In Bend last Friday.
F. C. Merchant and N. S. Brown of
Bend were In Laldlaw last Thursday
H. C. Mlsel o f Deschutes was In
Laldlaw on business Saturday.
Rev. A. O. W alker preached at
la ld la w as usual Sunday, both morn
ing and evening. The next services
will be August 24. The Sunday
school, it is hoped, will be established
by that time.
Next Sunday at 10 a. m. a meet
ing will be held to organize a Sun
day school and elect officers.
Sunday school work was dropped
last spring because the attendance
had dropped to almost nothing, but
now that there
people here there ahould be a good
attendance every Sunday.
Last Monday was the fifth birth
day o f Eileen Wallace, the little
daughter o f Mr. and Mrs F. N. W al
In the afternoon 14 o f the
little folks o f IjHdlaw were present
at a party given to celebrate the
Ada Bullard and Ruth
Ross helped with the entertainment
o f the guests.
served, consltlng o f Ice cream, cake,
angel food, etc.
The "Q. A. F .” club met with Mra.
A. S. Nlcol last Wednesday.
answer to roll call was “ Current
A fter the program, re
freshments were served.
meets thla week with Mra. Ella Han
sen and the roll call will be "H um or
Miss Nichols and father, "Uncle
Frank” Nichols, spent last Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. George
The Rogers boys hate juat finished
harvesting a fine crop on the Randle
place, eaat o f town.
Uncle Frank Nichola Is enjoying
the fishing at the Hejslng Ranch, on
the Metollua, for a short time.
"D o c " Reeves, who Is tending the
headgate this year, was down Mon
day laying In a stork o f provisions
Jay Nichola. Roy Payne, Blake
Becker and W. P. Thorp made a
the 17th day o f July. 1911
Col Thatcher were V A Forbes, t
J A w ti.
S Hudson and G I* I'ulnsm
Mr It,Kell of the Henil Milling
First publication July i j .^_
g W arehouse Co , ssa In l.abllss
j oil business Tueadav
In Ih » Clrrult Court »* tk(
Mr and Mra C C Day were Red
mollit visitors Monday
Mra Dai Is of Oregon within and for ,
I null* III and decided lo remain in
Redmond Hank of Coimnsn,
; Redmond under the rare of Mra corporation. I'lalu iiff,
Fry for a lime, « r until In betler
Charles N latrina. Def.|,,|tt.
Ilea I III
To Charlea N lairing ths
The body o f Ralph Limbeck saa
I found Friday morning neat »h e re lie
In ths xanix o f the Mists g
»a a drowned. In the Ib»»» hulea river gon
You era hereby rm|o|r^]
appear and answer the ,
C I* Beaker relum ed Tuesday Bled Hi lbs above eulHle<l . uvr.
• ause on or before Ihe 1st
from Prluevllle. »h e r e he haa been September, 1911. and If you fx».
working In the assessor a office
so appear and answer, for « m ,
of. the plallillff will lake |, 4 |r
sgalnal you for the sum of Two
Copy your tellers »Ith manifold
dred indiata with Intel. ,t (
al The Spokesman
si ths rale o f I « per cent i-„,
from the I9th day o f Juli lt||
for lbs further sun o f Fifty _
In the Circuit Court of the State attorney fee. together with ku
o f Oregon »Ith ln and for Crook end dlaburesmsnla. and will
Itisi the m in t order the « « la g
southwest quarter of aecti.ig si
Cecil Kenyon. IMalntllT.
township 13. south o f rang.- ||
of the W illam ette meridian ier
S M Collins, Defendant
To S M Collins, the above named has been aitai bed I lo ealufy
judgment, with roela and li
In the name of the Blale of O re mi nia including allom e? is,
You are hereby required lo
This auunnuna la published p
ap|iear and answer the complaint
der o f the Hon
filed agalnal you In the above entit
Judge o f the Circuit Court of
led suit on or before Monday, the laf
gun for Crook county, mad« g
day of September, 1913, and If you
luth day of July.
fall lo so answer, for »s u t thereof,
«• rlbing that this summons |
the plaintiff » I I I apply to the court
for the relief demanded therein, via Inhe.l fur alx consecutive a «ski
Thai the plaintiff have and recover the Redmond Spokesman a
newspaper o f general iltr«'-
from the defendant Judgment for the
sum of Four Thousand Eighty eight publlahed In Redmond. Crook
Dollar* and Sixty Cents, with Inter ly, Oregon, and the data of th#
est thereon st the rate of S per crut publie«H ob i , Jui, i t , i 9 i i
J A W I !
per annum from the 32nd day of
Attorney for IS
June. 1911. and fur the further sum
First publication Juiy I f a « x
of Four Hundred
fees, and for hla costs and disburse
N otlie for I'ubll, alios
that the mortgage
Da part men I of the inten r ;
dated July 5, 1911. duly signed, ex
eculed slid delivered by you lo the l-and Offire at Ths Dalles G
plslntlff fur the purpose of securing July 14. 1911
Notice Is hereby given that
the payment of aald Indebtedness,
and duly r morded on the 6th day of W Hall, o f Hvarhutae. Oregon,
July. 1911, In Hook 13. Crook Coun on March 12. I9UI. made li
ty Mortgage Records, on page 417 , Entry No 15919. serial No 41 “
snd covering the following pro|>er for MW* I 4 section 19. townthly
rangs |1 seal.
All of lots I to 24. both Indu south.
slve. texcsptlng lot I I I . of Kenyon's meridian, baa Bled notice of
lion lo make Final Three Yesr I
Acreage, and situate In the NW
of the SB 14 Of Section 9. In Town lo establish claim to lbs land
ship 15. South, of Range 13. East, of described, before II C Kills l
the Willamette Meridian, »h h h real Commissioner at llend. Orrge»,
property haa since been replalted Ihe 5lh day of September. I 112
and la now officially known aa Col- Claimant names aa w ltnea»,«
Antone Aulatrnm. Jacob lu t.
lina' Addition to the City uf Red
mond, Oregon. be form-lowed and of Deachutee. Oregon. Fred II
that the said properly, excepting wood o f Redmond. Oregon IV
Block One. and lads I. 2. 3. 4. & and C O N of llend Oregon
II F R A N K WOODCOCK
6. of Block 6. and lot I. of block 7,
of the plat known aa Collins' Addi
First publication July I7-Aug !
tion. be sold by the sheriff of this
county, according to law and the
Notti e foe Cubili allot.
practice o f this court, to satisfy said
Judgment, with coats, attornsy fees
Impartaient of the Interior, f !
and disbursements, and that all per l-and Office at The Dalles. Ore
sons claiming by. through or uudsr June 24. 1911
you be forever barred and foreclosed
Notice Is hereby given that G_
from having or rlalmlng to have any M Webber of Itedmund. Oregon. (
right, title or Interest In and lu aald on March 30. 19 12 made Homs.
premises, snd for all such other and Entry No o|o||| for M S H E N
further relief as to the court may 3 and N S NK <w Sec 10. To«C
I I . south. Itsnge 12 east. W ille d
This summons Is served upon you Medldlan. has Bled notice o f lx'
by publication thereof once a week lion lo make
for sit consecutive weeks In the Red •'roof, to establish claim to lbs
mond Spokesman, by urdsr of the above described, before W . II It
Hon W L Bradshaw, Judge o f the gett. U s Commissioner, at Hoi
Clrrult Court o f Oregon for Crook mond. Oregon, on the Ith -lay
county, made on the loth day of September. 1911
July. 1913. ami prescribing that this
Claimant names as witnesses
summons be published for six con
J II Butler. H W Martin Dn|
secutive weeks In ths Redmond den Heyuulda. Claude Christ, all
Spokesman, a weekly newspaper Redmond. Oregon
published In Redmond. Crook coun
II F R A N K WOODCOCK.
ty. Oregon, and that the dale of ths
Brat publication of thla summons Is
Eira! publication July 17-Aug Hi
The Redmond Spokesman
Is the L E A D IN G
T IV E
O F R ED M O N D and the
R ED M O N D DISTRICT.
It g i v e n all the
reliable news of the above aection each
week as it happen«.
Thoite who denire to keep in touch with
what ¡a going on in this vicinity of Cen
tral Oregon ahould become a aubHcriber
to the p ap er-$ L 5 0 per year, in advance.
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m o st
c o m
EX TR A!, OREGON A N D DOES A L L K IN D S
OF GOOD PR IN T IN G