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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1914)
It Pays to Buy Good Groceries
IT IS MONEY SAVED TO BUY THE BEST GROUERIES
YOU WILL REALIZE THIS FACT IF
YOU BUY FROM US. FOR WE MAKE A SPEC IALTY OF
SELLING NOTHING BUT HIGH GRADE GOODS IN ALL
LINES OF OUR GROC ERY TRADE.
OUR GOLDEN W EST LINE OF GROCERIES W ILL BE
SURE TO PLEASE YOU. BOTH AS TO QUALITY OF
GOODS AND PRICES ASKED FOR THEM.
THE ABOVE BRAND OF GOODS WILL TAKE NO SUB
STITUTE— LET l'S NUMBER YOU AMONG THE USERS
OF (¡OLDEN WEST GOODS.
YOU WILL NEVER RE
(¡RET IT. AND WI LL THANK US FOR C ALLING YOUR
ATTENTION TO THIS MATTER.
PLACE A SAMPLE ORDER FOR SOME OF THESE SAT-
ISFACTORY GOODS THE NEXT TIME YOU ARE NEED
Department of the Ititelo, l
Stales Land Office. The »*•»»•*• ,,rr
gon. January IS. •**<
To Carl 1. St,,ekdale of Madras Ot
««itoti, i *ont «*•!•'«*
You are heieby notified that 'l«'l
.In x Houghtallns »h o s i " * » r'
J \\ Brewer. Redmond Oregon. »•
Ilia poalofflce address, did on o.
2V 1913. tile In this office Ills dult
corroborated application lo contesi
gli,I secure the cancellation of tour
H o m e s t e a d Entry, serial No
made May t. 1*M
S Range 12. K XX'lllaiiietle Meri
diati, and as grounds tor hla contest
he alleges Dial said Carl 1. fi» , k
dale has made no Improvements •»
said land, that he has never lived on
said land nor done anything toward
cultivating the same
Y o « aie therefore furthei noti
tied (hai the said allegations »111 be
taken as confessed, and »our sani
entry »III be cancelled without f.n
ther right to he heard, either before
this office or on appeal. If von tad to
file In this office » llhln t»enlv d a t a
after the FOl Id 'll publication or
thta notice, as shown belo», »our an
s»er. under oath, apeclftcally te
spending to these allegations of con
lest, together »llh due proof that
you have served a cop* of your an
s»er on the said contestant either In
person or by registered mail
You should Slate In >»ur answer
Ih.» name of the post office to which
you deaire future notices to ho sent
II FRANK XX'OODCtH'K.
Dale of tirai publication January
is . m i
the o l d e st b a n k
SOI It ITS
I i)>«• i il lrr.itnirnl.
Hobb’s Cash Grocery and Bakery
thinks he has mail« more money
front his hay this year than anyone
at Powell llutte
Henry Tweet is plowing the forty
on the McCaffery place that he
farmed last year
A rabbit hunt was held In the vl
cinity of Ueo Morgan's laat Sunday
The shooting was line, and much
sagebrush was blown to pieces, and
some rabbita were killed also
M A Y ItK I.IK X K T H K t '\ E M P L O Y * S IX T Y N IN E W H O T O O K K X A M I
The Central Oregon Irrigation Co
made a $25 donation to the Wilson
N A T IO N S I'X S w K D
K it S IT I XTION
We have another new settler here
— Henry Myer, who has started
Votile for Putdlcatlon
new house near the Gibson plare
Department of the Interior. P S
Work is progressing rapidly on
Mr Kiss laind Office at The Dalles. Oregon,
l-am l Hoard Passes I pon Se*- T u e n t) S e »en T e a rlie rs in Cniuk ('«>. the Frank Kisaler house
ler's brother in law. Mr. Stevens o' fanuary 14. 1914
Notice Is hereby given that t¡•■"rge
Kedmond. Is helping with the work
era l tit lier Matte
\ o u in Possession o f tin e
F Scott of laiwer Bridge. Oregon,
C.et «-J.Y4MI Sum
Y ea r C ertiH rates
Lire here and work here, buy here who. on April 25. 1910, made Home
stead Entry No n t is j for K ^S U
and sell here, that's the way to make and XV X*SK *» Section 26. Township
the town bigger, better and brighter 14 South. Range II East. XX illam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of lu-
tentton to make Final Three Year
R E S O L U T IO N
The State Desert I.and Board last
Sixty-nine per cent of the teacher*
Proof, to establish claim to the land
week instructed O. Lauregaard. pro who took the December examina Be it resolved by the Common Coun above described. before XXV II Dag
cil of the City of Redmond, Ore gett. I S Ogmmlsrloner. al Red
ject engineer for the Tumalo Project tions passed. 21 per cent failed, and
luond. Oregon, on the 21st dsy of
to proced with building a road 10 per cent wrote for exemptions,
That a sidewalk of the width of Pebruury. 1914
around the project reservoir site, to according to an announcement made four feet bs, and the same Is hereby
Claimant names aa witnesses
build a drain from the upper part of by State Supt. of Public Instruction ordered to be laid In front of th
Edwin It fg ii n og, 1. X Hunt.
Roy L. Kidder, all of Lower Bridge.
the reservoir, to put the drops in the Churchill.
The percentage of fail
l.ots one to six. both Inclusive, In Oregon, and John Swanson of Sta
feed canals, and to construct the core ures at the examination was a little block eight, lots one to six, both In
wall of the reservoir dam up to 20 higher than the previous one. 16 clusive. In block thirteen; lots one
H FRANK WOODCOCK.
or 25 feet. This will give work to per cent of the applicants then fail to six. both inclusive, in block twen
First publication Jan 22 Fet, 19
about 100 additional men, and will ing to pass. A number of teachers
Eighth street; lots one and twelve
go that far in relieving the unem write for exemptions at each exami in block eight and lots one and
Notice for Publication
nation. for. If they score the 93 twelve In block nine, facing on A
Ivepartment of the Interior. P S
The board authorized the comple mark. It is not necessary thereafter street; lota six and seven In block Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon.
tion of units of the project covered for them to be examined again In thirty-two. and lot six In block thir January 8. 1914
ty-one, facing on E street; lots one
Notice Is hereby given that Harry
by the old Columbia Southern canal the subject covered by the examina and twenty-four In block twenty
as soon as 95 per cent of the land in tion. Those awarded one year cer seven, facing on C street; lots one to C. Metscl, of Deschules, Oregon, who
on October 14. 1912. made Home
six, both Inclusive, in block fifty- stead Entry No 010758. for SE'«
the units was signed up by the set tificates in Crook county are:
tlers. This affects the settlers who
Amelia M. Johnson, Grtzxly.
Section 15. Township 16 South.
one and twelve In block fifty-four Range 12 East. XX'lllaiiietle Meridiani
Harriet L. Doisen. Bend.
were on the land when the state took
facing on F street; lots one to six has filed notice of Intention to make
Elon H .Ross. Bend.
over the project.
both inclusive. In block fifty-three Final Commutation Proof, lo eatab
and lots one to six, both Inclusive. In llsh
As recompense to the widow of
Victor L. Shawe, Haycreek.
claim to the land above deaeriti
block sixty-eight, facing on Eighth ed. before XV It Daggett. IT H Com
Robert Edgerton, Fife.
the man who was killed by a falling
street; ail of the above described tnissloner. at Redmond. Oregon, on
Hadaway Cochran. Howard.
derrick on the project, the board In
lots lying and being in the original the 21st day of February. 1914
O. O. Groves. Terrebonne.
structed Mr. Lauregaard to give her
plat of the City of Redmond
Claimant names as witnesses
lots live to eight, both Inclusive, In
Eva Janet. Post.
employment and decided to recom
Olaf Anderson, William Gift. Hen
block one; lots six to ten, both tnclu Ty ‘ »ray, all of Deschutes, Oregon,
mend that the Legislature authorize
Angeline S. Young. Bend.
slve, In block two; lots six to ten
Rasmus Peterson of Redmond
S. K. King. Madras.
the board to pay her $2500 out of
j both inclusive. In block three and and
the project funds. Mr. Lauregaard
Roy Lowther. Culver.
lots six to ten, both Inclusive. In
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
block four of Bhret's First Addition
H. B. Shaw, I.amonta.
was instructed to take out liability
to the City o f Redmond, facing on A
Ivy B. Davidson, Bend.
insurance for his men until July 1,
Hr*t publication Jan 16-Feb 12
Mary H. Demarls. Post.
when the workmen's compensation
more particularly described as fol
L. Mae Ritchie, Redmond.
law becomes effective.
lows; Commencing at a .joint sixty
• feet north of the northwest corner
W. W. Klmmel, Prinevllle.
He was authorized to purchase an
In the Circuit Court of the Hint,-
of block five, original plat of Red of Oregon within and for ( rook
Dora M. Van Meter, Post.
other automobile for use on the pro
mond, thence east three hundred C ounty.
Nell Mastin, Haycreek.
ject, and his salary was increased
feet; thence north two hundred thlr-
Redmond Bank of Commerce
Mrs. Della Foster. Terrebonne.
from $300 to $359 a month.
l ty-flve feet; thence west three him corporation, plaintiff,
dred feet and thence south two hun
Ellas S. Payne. Lower Bridge.
dred thirty-five feet to place of com
P L E A S A N T K IIM .K
('has II Clark, defendant.
W. G. Glasco. Grandview.
! mencement. faring on A street. Also To i has 11. Clark, the above named
H. A. Beckwith, Cline Falls.
Messrs Provost and Duval made a
1 lot two In block one and lots two and
Gay McCoy. Sisters.
business trip to Bend Tuesday.
i three In block two. of Mountain
In the name of the State of Or«-
View Addition to Redmond, facing gon you are hereby required to ap
Mrs. L. Coryell left last Wednes
Max Neilsen, Highland.
on E street.
day morning for Portland for a visit
pear and answer the complaint file 1
Ethel Bois Fogg. Hampton.
Such sidewalk to be constructed agalnat you In the above entltli.ii
Ethel Marlon Holmes. Bend.
of materials and in the manner as action on or before the n th day of
Mr. Rasmussen Is hauling lumber
February. 1914, and If you f«,| to „„
from Anderson Bro’s. sawmill for a
P O W E L L BI TTE
Of two Inch plank, four feet long, appear, for want thereof the plain
large house he is going to build.
laid crosswise on two stringers of tiff will take Judgment against y„„
Mr. and Mrs. Savoy of Bend, have I Jack Perry is out nlowlng nearly *wo ,,}r " ’ *■ Pl*t>ha. the Inside edge
for the sum of Three Hundred Forty
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Provost
7 of said sidewalk to be three feet $ our Dollars and Eighty one cents
, * r9Ty * * *
H* '■ breaking two mule from th>> |o|
o f th„ pr* mtoM
with Interest thereon at th,. rate ,,f
Mr. Fuller is baling hay for An colt*- “ "<•
he has the best plow front of which the ssme is laid
ten per cent per annum from th. r.th
drew Nelson this week
.“ r011" '1 ‘ he Buttes.
The whole of ssld sidewalk to be
a - Fifty
‘ "get | her
I>ee Whittimore is clearing ud a , Melvl" i o ster has his traction en- commenced within ninety days after i with
the further r' sum
, . f , . .
gine and a crew of men busy pulling the passage and publication of this lari, as attorney fees and for It.
'ot of landI for spring crop
resolution and to be completed with-
costa and disbursements, and also
Mr. McMasters Is clearing up 30
Crls. Hletz took a load of hogs to In sixty days thereafter and the cost for an order of said Court to sell Un
acres of land for C. H. Irvin which town Monday to be shipped through of the same to be assessed against attached personal property belong
he is going to sow to cow peas.
the Redmond I'nlon Warehouse to the premises In front of which the ng to the defendant In Crook
Maud Malkinson of Redmond, vis- Portland
These pigs were only sev- same Is constructed In proportion of
n rn e".T
' ° and costs J>•>'K
Red at the Doty home Sunday.
* n months old and weighed from the benefits to be derived from such lM
Mr. Coryell visited at the home of **? l° **>« Pounds each.
improvement In the manner pre-
This summons Is published by or
tn*r* wer* ov«r forty *rrlb«*d by law.
der of the llori U Springer lodge
wm jonnaon »una&y
preaont at the Sunday School held
Provided, however, that the Maid of the County Court of c r,,.,k
Henry Gray of Deschutes, was a jn
Wilson school house.
The sidewalk shall be built, constructed ty Oregon. 2B,h dsy of Decen t
Sunday visitor at the J. A. Chase
Sunday School has been organized and laid without expense to the City 1913. directing that the Mn "
Wayne and Etta Chase attended but a short time, but has met with of Redmond
published for six consecutive vVeck h
Passed by the Common Council of the first publication of which |M lh,
Sunday school and church In Red- great success, some of the member*
| coming four or five miles
the City of Redmond, Oregon, at a first dsy of January. I » t 4.
mond last 8unday.
Mr and Mrs Truesdale spent Sun-: regular meeting thereof held on the
J. A. Chase made a shipment of
' " V " ‘ h* ,2' h
hogs to Portland this week Monday,
Gua Rhode has returned from
J. F. HOBCH,
Dated and published the tire!
through the Redmond
Farmers' Portland where he went with 200 of j
Mayor, time January 1 , 1914
I ’ nlon Warehouse.
the sheep he has been feeding this Attest;
J- A WILUTOX
He reports very favorably
J. A. W ILIA’ OX,
Try our Classified Ad*—-le word. of the sheep business and says he j
Kirs, p u b n c ^ o n ^ n 'T - F e h '? ^
WORK ON TUMALO FOR MANY TEACHERS IN
AB0UT100M0REMEN CO. GET CERTIFICATES
lU S IN L s s
«»• m i
Uniti Our S ltilrm rn U .
Inlrrr-I I'nicl on Orptmltw
Swirly Urp«»ll Holts Km Itrnl.
Slate Bank of Redmond
H KO M O N I». O K K G O N
Dale of second publication Janu
ary 22. 1914
Date of third publication January
29. 19 I (
Dale of fourth publication Febru
ary 6. 1911
Nitllie f,,r Publication
IVepartment of the Interior I it
Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon
January H. 1914
Not I n |i M n • ,
R Peterson, of laiwer Br dge Oie
gon. who. on August II I 9 |n made
Homestead Entry No i»7 29" for SI-
. M \
NE Xg Section 2', rownahlp It
South. Range II East. Willamette
Meridian, ha.i filed notice of Inlen
tlon to make Final Three X'ear Proof
to establish rlalin to the land abo.r
described, before VX H Daggett. I
S Commissioner, at Redmond, tire
gun. on the 21st day of February.
Claimant names as witnesses
George F Scott. L A Hunt. Hoy
I. Kidder, all of l*>wrr Bridge, lire
gon. and John Swanson of Slaters.
H FRANK XX'OODCtH’ K.
First publication Jan 22 F,d> 19
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WAIT TILL YOU NEED THE G'K)I&
('. II. IRVIN. Furniture & Undertakag
If you want to SELL your property
list it with
“That Man McCaliery”
He doesn’t ask an exclusive right; he can sell il a p
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