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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1914)
TIIIC RKOMONO UPOKKSM AN
The Redmond Spokesman
Published every Thursday by
II II a 0. L PAI.MKK
Al Redmond. Oregon
IF IT S LUMBER,
W E ’VE GOT YO U “ BILL
POR WE JUST SIM PL Y T1I INK AND DREAM
L I MBER EVERY MINUTE OF OUR LIFE.
A L W A Y S STRIVING AND PLANNING, TO
DOLLAR S WORTH TH E Y EVER BOUGHT,
AND YOU BET WE W O N T PROPOSE A N Y
N EW FANGLED STUFF TO YOU U N T IL WE
KNOW W H A T IT ’LL DO AND
HOW IT ’LL
Sl'HSl’ KI I’ TION HATKS
Strictly lu Advance
One y e a r ............................... 11 60
Six month* .............................
Three m o n th *...............................60
Single c o p ie s ..................
Advertising Kate* made known
Kntered a* second cla»a matter
July 14. m o. at the p o lo d ce al
Redmond, Oregon, under the act of
March 3. IH71*
Official Paper of t it)
WILL BE OP HELP 10
\ I I \1I \
IF YOU’VE A N Y BUILDING IDEAS
YOU NEED H E LP ON, COME IN.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
WE HAVE R E AD Y FOR D E LIVE R Y AT
A N Y TIME THE BEST KIND OF A L F A L F A
SEED. AND NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE
ALSO HAVE GOOD SEED B AR LE Y AND
BLUE STEM W H E AT.
We make a specialty of selling the best kind of
Seed obtainable, and when you buy of us you
know you are getting the best that money can
Call on us before placing your orders for Seed
this spring and let us sen e you.
W E ARE N O W IN A POSITION TO H A N
DLE EGGS ON CONSIGNMENT.
REDMOND UNION WAREHOUSE CO.
ROBERT McSHERRY, Manager
The Best Hams
YOU C A N N O T GET A N Y BETTER HAMS A N Y
W HERE TH AN THE ONES W E CURE OURSELVES
RIGHT HERE IN REDMOND A N D KEEP ON SALE
AT A L L TIMES AT Ol R MARKET.
ARE CH EA PER TH AN THOSE CHARGED FOR
LET US SHOW YOU.
\KU MKT HOD OK I.IsTIM . I AM»
l\ TIIK S T A f K Wi l l. IIK
J. B. ROE. Proprietor.
Wood and Iron Work
I f there is anything you want in the above line
call on me.
I have a plant capable of doing
all kinds of work in wood and iron, and will
save you money on all orders placed with me.
I can make any furniture you may want.
G. W . D A V IE S
The Old Pioneer Blacksmith of Redmond
Hill Parrlau. who
both tie,, and I * » H o !*» '•*! »'•
H ie r, returned to Powell
,i- h* v hr?" * " ‘
Washington. Idaho and N» .»»Is but
couldn't Slav awav from (entrai «>r
«¡lad's and Hazel U»>>»
Una Truesdsle came out from 1 ,l1" ’
ville for the dance at Moo:c •
l.«.i Sund*. Mr* Walla •
served dinner to Mr* Moree
Mabel Allen. Mabel S lib an 1 1 '
and A.la Mors.- Herman Die > >" >
Clark Morse. In honor of her sister.
Dewey Johnson ha* been worm»*
In the road ere« for W Ileo sen
V I a school meeting *l th»
ard school house last Thursday
Ding the building » • anchor. »1 to
the old site The meeting • » » > * >
ed to vole on building » nr* school
house below the ditch, but It » • »
Harold Moloney made s trip to
Rend last Thursds» for feed
Much to the disappointment of her
fr ie n d s Slid neighbor# Mr* «olone,
and daughter and Utile son left this
section last Frtdav for Psn.lleton
where she will Join her husband and
o ld est son and make her future re*
tttha and Harold Moloney
e x p e c t to run their ran»-h here
Frank Kaiser of the Willamette
Valley, waa a w.-ek end .tailor *1 th*-
Wm Sturdivant ranch
Mr* Danberrv and daughter Mrs
lloyd. left for llend last Saturda»
where Mr* lloyd expects to remain
for some time
Mr Scholl* was reported unite III
for a few day», but Is able to be out
Omar Chamber* spent last week In
Prlnevllle taking a.lvanlage ,»f the
Short Course In agriculture that » » •
J, W. Brewer, »late locating agent
of the Oregon State Immigration
Commission, while here this week
showed The Spokesman the form of
blauk that la being uaed for Haling
lands The Introductory remark* on
the blank are right to the point and
are as follows
Information hereon 1* for the hru-
ettt of hotnrwechcr* and »elller-. and
not for speculator* or buyer* who
will hold land out of use
MIMMTKi.l Al MKKT1V.
IVscrlptlons based on this listing
will be published from time to time
The Redmond District Ministerial
*o that houieseeker* may see what Association held a meeting at the
there I* for sale In different portions Presbyterian church Monday. Febru
of the stale and thereby may be aid ary 23. Re. Harvey, presiding
ed to decide where to vtslt to eiaiu- 1er the business session Rev Harvey
Ine lands and Investigate local con gave an address on
and (evangelism ’* At the ant
Kipcnae of travel Is heavy for meeting. March *. Rsv G II WII
homeaeekers. the purpose of these kina of Bend, will gi.e an address on
listings I* to help him avoid needle., "Go to Church Sunday "
A satisfied homeseeker advantag
N AMK.W FOR M AILING
eosly located In a progressive neigh-1
borhood. Is Oregon's best advertise
The Spokesman has the name of
If the homeseeker cannot find every taxpayer In Crook county, with
laud at a price that appear* to him their postoffice address Persons de
reasonable, he becomes discouraged siring names for mailing or other
and goes elsewhere st heavy expense purposes can secure same at this of
or returns to bis former home, usu fice at a reasonable figure.
ally stating that Oregon ha* no op
portunity for him or other* like hltn
Il A HUIT MKTAI.
With correct description of land
offered at attractive prices, on file at
The Spokesman has about 1.000
the State Information Office In Port
land. and printed In state publica pounds of old type metal that la Just
tions. the homeseeker has an oppor the thing for babbit mstal. packing
tunity to find what he wants and Or- for boxes, etc.
Same will be sold
egou la the gainer.
l-arge quantities wild
Ijtnd owner, are urged to oeop-
erwte by listing land*, making de at a discount.
scriptions of same honest and con
servative and by helping liolnccck- AO TK R s MAA TltK A T A 1.1,
cr. .ee live land with a minimum of
t A M U D A T O THK s\M|
e\pen.e after arriving at the railway
No roniml..lon or fee. are accept
A registered voter may sign the
ed or shared by the Oregon State nominating petition of as many can
didates of hla party for the same of
flee as he chooses, acrordtng to an
|i»\\ Kl.l. Ill TTK
opinion of Attorney General Craw
ford given to the county clerk of Jo
A number of people from here at sephine county. The Attorney Gen.
tended the Short Course at Prlne- era! holds that If a Republican r»g]».
vtlle last week and were much satis tered voter, for Instance, sign» the
fied with the work given
"'Doc” Hayn has moved his bunga petition of half a doien Republican
low- to the lower part of his place, candidates for the guberualortal
and plana to move In right away He nomination the voter's name Is to be
has promised the community a dance counted on each petition
about Saturday night
the law Intends to make It as easy a*
I-ee Hobbs shipped a car of hogs possible for candidates to get before
to Portland this week
This Is the the people.
second whole carload to go from the
Butte, beside those sent In the l'n-
BRINGING HOGS TO
ion Warehouse consignments.
Herman Allen says twin calves
and such things are no longer a nov
elty around here.
He has a calf
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which was horn without a sign of a
Miss Lucy Poore returned to her come front a cholera Infested region
work at Central Point, Or., Saturday l-et them make absolutely sure that
evening, after a three months' visit they carry them In properly dlslu
with her sister. Mrs J. J. Chapman fected cars These two precautions
Munz Wlllcoxen has the big road taken, they need not bring In hog
grader busy. He has graded several cholera.
miles of road and has several miles
The ranchmen of the Northwest
more laid out.
Chris Sletz and Ora Foster attend must not Imagine that the pure air
ed the Masonic lodge In Prlnevllle of that region will give them Immun
Ity from hog cholera
It will not,
A number of Redmond men spent where the germ la brought In. but
Sunday with the Mustards hunting It may lesaen the mortality. They
Mrs. Mustard served a fine muat not conclude that the food»
dinner at noon.
Friday evening It ti Moor«- gave which may grow will be a safe
a “ house warming" danc« In their guard. These Will lessen the mor
new home. There were about 100 tality, but they will not prevent the
there to enjoy the evening. Champ introduction of hog cholera
Smith and Frank Broslus and their It comes It Is brought through th.
families came out from Prlnevllle medium of some agency, and usually
for the affair.
All those who at due precaution will prevent It from
tended are anxious for the next one. coming
R E E D Y ’S
THE OLDEST BANK
R . C . I m niele
D cii 1er in
OF ALL KINDS
L im e
Roofing and lluildin^ I’aper
Door and W indow Screens
GIVE US A CALL
Mothers Say That
Is the BUST on the Market
A M .
G K t X 'K R S
A. G. AlllNGHAM
Wines and Liquors
Nothing hut the BEST if* served ut our pi»«
When you want the BEST M E A L IN REDMOND
the MONEY, you ran get it by calling on W.
^ Ol NG, tiie well
kn ow n
man at the
Dpcn Day and Nitfhl
Read Our Statement»«.
Interest Paid on Deposita.
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
Anderson Bros.’ Saw
M.VM I A(TU R K R S OF ROUGH AN D DRESSED
" » i ni
lu m ber ,
IS TH E NEAREST
1,1 MBER- OUR PRICES A R E RIGHT.
• '* Wiles Southwest of laiidlaw.