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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1914)
K E D M O N D SP O K E SM AN
Non. k OE *M4 NI» » •- *•»' '
lu virtù» «*f su •’ »•'* uUon ln I*"
! closure duly tssus.l by Iks; Cl.tk **J
H it Circuit Court of «b» ‘ / " “i'\ t
Crook. State of Oregon. I*te.l the
1th day of February
certain action ill the t li> ul' ' "urt
for said count» and state.
Louls« C PatsupoM aa plaintif» re
cot »red judgment • ».*'»*! Moses \
liullck. Hertha M tluhtk. 4»
Vditma and S «
Vaneev to, the
■ uni of One Thousand l « e n n
No on.- H aa M i l t h ! • • H
mid lutare»! thereon at the rate or
p> per rent per annum from J » 11U
arv I t 1414. and the further »um
of One Hundred Twenty. and No
One Hundredth Dollar* t i l l
I toruey feea and costs
men Is of thin action, on the 31st
day of January. 1914
Really the ‘ ‘art preservative" o f canning fruits and veg
Not I m la hersbj • * aa that I » in
on the 14th da) of March. 1914 at
etables and berries is a fine art.
It has made if re at strides,
, tile North Front Dm r at »he t *■•»«
I House lu ITinevtlle, Oregon to •*<•!
too, and were it not that the delicious thinjrs o f summer may
'county, at 10 o'clock in the morning
of said day. »ell at public auction to
be thus preserved for the winter, the food problem would be
the highest bidder, for cash, the fol
lowing described pu party, to «It
a serious one. indeed.
The north half of the uortheaat
j quarter, eoutheael quarter of the
There's a great difference between the “ canned" iroods
uortheaat quarter, and the norlheaat
i quarter of the nortbivri quarter.
o f years ago and o f nowadays. Now you can jret the moat
I Sec 30. Tp
14 South. Kaufe I !
East W. M . Crook County. i>r.,on
delicious o f soups, vegetables, fruits and berries in cans—
(And » h e r e * * It » a * further
•tered and l ie reed by the court tirât
prepared with great care and entire* cleanliness.
the defendants O l) Adama and S
W Y ance) do hare and r * * »» «-r of
canning methods place on your table foods that, out o f sea
and from tire defendant Moses A
i liullck the sum of Eire liundre 1 Ten
son. would have been wholly unobtainable to our remote an
1 Dollars and *2-100. the
e to t ■-»r
Interest at (he rate of 10 per .eut
lier annum from Januarv I». 19 14
and the further sum of Serenty Five
We sell all kinds of GOOD CANNED GOODS.
Dollar* aa attorney fees and the
in and let us tell you about them.
I fu r t h e r sum of Ten Indiar* as costs
1 incurred In this suit, and that eircu-
I tlon issued therefore
It » a * further ordered, adjudged
; and decreed by the court that the
I mortgage gl*eu by the defendant.
Mows A liullck, to the plaintiff and
the mortgage given by the defendant
Moses A liullck to the defendant*.
O ti Adam* and S W Yancey, lie
forecloaod and the »aid mortgage
premile* be cold by the Sheriff of
Crook County, Oregon. In the manner
' preacri bed by la*, and that the pro
reeds of surb sale tie applied to the
satisfaction of the Judgment (herein
Moses A Uuilrk. and In faror of the
Phoenix. De Sousa. Immele. Atkin TO DECIDE ON 13
plaintiff, and if such proceeds »re
Nays. Reedy. Farris.
more than sufficient to satisfy such
H. S. Hutchins applied for remis
judgment, then the overplus be ap
sion of water rates charged against
(died to the satisfaction of the Judg
(Continued from 1st Page)
him on account of two horses owned
men! herein rendered In fa»or ..f de
Moved and seconded that
fendants t) t!
Adams and S W
the said charge be remitted and dollar on all taxable property with ! Yancey, and against (he said defend
O FFIC IA L REPORT
in the State of Oregon for the con ant Moses A liullck
dered which resulted as follows:
And that the plaintiff and the de
Ayes. Reedy. De Souza. Atkinson. struction of buildings and the sup fendanta O G. Adams and S W
Nays. Phoenix. Farris. Immele. The port and maintenance of the Eastern Yancey be allowed to become bid
vote being a tie the mayor voted no. Oregon State Normal School at dec* and purchasers at such sale
Redmond. Or.. Feb 24. 1914.
equal with other persons, and that
Regular meeting of the Common Thereupon the mayor declared the Weston. Cmstllla county.
defendant and all persona claiming
.¡is Yea; 319 No For amendi
Council of the City of Redmond. Or
No further business appearing the of Section 29 of Article IV of the by. through or under them or any
egon. held at the office of the City Council on motion adjourned.
them be forever barred and fore
Constitution of Oregon, providing
Recorder on the 24th day of Febru
J. A. W ILLCOX, Recorder.
compensation for member* of the closed and estopped from hating or
legislative Assembly at $5 per day rlalmlng any right, title or Interest
Present, Mayor Hoseh and Coun-
PLE A SA N T ItllXiF.
for each working day ami 10 rent* In or to said premise* or any part
cilmen Immele. De Souza. Atkinson.
per mile in going to and returning thereof, or any doser or rlainr of
Reedy. Farris and Phoenix.
E. N. Gile who left here last fall from the »eat of government by the dower. That the personal property
ing called to order by Mayor Hoseh.
Minutes of last meeting read and ap and passed the winter in Portland, most usual traveled route Per diem described In and covered by the mort
not to exceed $300 for any regular, gage of the defendants O ti Adam*
returned last Tuesday.
Rasmus Peterson is plowing up nor $125 for any extra session. The and S. W Yancey, to-wtt One 12
On motion the following bills
Speaker of the House and President ft fleering push binder and all equip
some alfalfa land this week.
were approved and ordered paid:
Jake Peterson, who has been em of the Senate each to receive $5 per meat, be sold by the Sheriff of l'ri«ik
$ 7 95
J. J B u ck ley.............
County. Oregon. In the manner pro
ployed by Roscoe Howard at Des day additional
Kendall A Chapman . . . . 6.50
chutes the past two years, has re
A bill for a local act for Columbia Tided by law. and lhe proceeds of
Claud Christ ............. . . 2 50
turned home and expects to improve county, fixing the salaries of the o f »uch aale be applied ezriuslvely to
ficers of said county and providing the payment of the judgment herein
C. A. O rd w a y ............ . . 8.00
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson attended for the actual traveling expense* of rendered In favor of the defendants
W. Caughey ............... . . 3.50
O. G. Adama
and S W Yancey,
the dance at Deschutes iast Saturday the Sheriff thereof
A. Munz ....................
and against the defendant Aloses A
Red Feed 4c Mill Co . 13.90
Petition* Require 10.004» Name*
Oullckl. and »111 sell the same or aa
Sam Christianson is getting ready
Perry Bros.................. .
to move onto his place
The law provides that the peti much thereof as may be necessary to
Red. L. 4k P. Co........ . . 2.75
Mr. Anderson is getting his plact tions for Initiating measures shall satisfy the said Judgment In fator of
Deschutes Power Co. . ,. . 7845
pretty well cleared up and is going have a few more thau 16,000 signa loiuise C. Davenport against said
On motion bill of A. Munz f
to seed it down to alfalfa this sea- tures, or 8 per cent of 126.231. the Moses A liullck et ai with Internst
$15.45 was referred to the Water : son.
thereon, together with all coats and
Committee, and on motion bill of A.
Henry Hewins is plowing his field number of legal votes cast for Jus disbursements that have or may ar
tice of the Supreme Court at the gen crue
Munz for $23.05 was referred to the for this season's crop
CANNED GOODS SO GOOD THAT THEY WILL DESTROY
THE LAST OF YOUR PREJUDICES
AGAINST SUCH FOODS
YOI» WILL BUY Y o l k
YOU LAN DO NO BETTER ANYWH*»,
COME IN AND BE Lt»N\l\(T |, ,
W VIT TILL YOU NEED Till
(’. II. IIÌYIN, Furniture & I ndti
If you want to SKI1 your propel
List it with
“That Man Met’alien
He doesn't ask an exclusive right; he can sell it
Hobbs Cash Grocery and Bakery
Bill of W. O Parrish for $34.75
was allowed with the proviso that
$2.00 per day for the time mentioned
In said bill should be applied upon
amount due the city from him for
water service, and the balance paid
Communication from J. W. Moore
ordered laid on the table until the
Townsite Co. and the Melrose Park
Co. for the vacation of certain lots
again discussed and further consid
eration thereof deferred until next
Application of C. D. Jarrett for
permission to run a fence along the
south line of the reservoir forty was
presented, and, on motion said appli
cation was duly granted.
On motion the city attorney was
Instructed to draft a meat inspection
ordinance, and present it to Council
at its next meeting.
Application of Johnson Bros, for
permit to construct an addition in
the rear of their present store build
ing on 6th street presented, and on
motion said permission was granted
upon the following roll call: Ayes.
C. H. Irvin has hired Harold Cook eral election November 5, 1912 Per
to run his ranch this summer. Mr. sons circulating petitions must take
Cook will soon move onto the place. oath that they are personally ac
Mr. Coryell Is making garden this quainted with the signer* and that
the names were written In their
Mr. Kilgore has completed a new
presence. They also must state that
porch to bis bouse.
A few of the people from here at- the signers have given their names
tended the basket ball game in Red and addresses correctly and that they
mond last Friday night to see th*- are legal voters of the state.
game between the Prineville and
July 2 is the iast day on which
Redmond school teams.
initiative petitions may be filed with
Mrs. Coryell's mother. Mrs. Carr, i the Secretary of State. Section 1,
is under the doctor’s care this week Article IV of the constitution pro
Saturday afternoon a number of
ladies were entertained at the home | viding that such petitions shall be
of Mrs. C. M. RedBeld at Deschutes filed with the Secretary of State no:
The afternoon was pleasantly passed j less than four months before the
and delicious refreshments were > election at which they are to be voted
served by the hostess
Those pres upon.
ent were Mesdames Howard. Cast, j July 11 ia the last day upon which
I>everett, Phillips, Chase, Madison, the person, committee or organiza
Howard. Llvesley, RedBeld and Miss tion filing a petition for the initiative
Mrs. Ola Doty has been nursing at ] may file arguments advocating the
the L. E. Smith home in Redmond \ measure with the Secretary of Stale,
and July 21 is the last day on which
the past week.
any person, committee or organiza
Deputy Sheriff McClay of this city, tion may file arguments with the
went to I.a Pine last week on official Secretary of State opposing any mea
business He said there was two feet sure to be voted upon.
of snow in that section.
Dated at I’rlnevllle. Ore
ary 15. 1914
First publication Feb 1 2 Msr 12
Hotel Redmond Bar
BERM VS J. M)YK. Bmprtri..r
NOTHING BI T TIIE BEST
BEST BRANDS OF LIQl'OKS. WINES
\M> t If. \MS
SEED GRAIN FOR SALE
For Hilr ul m> ranch tw o mile* »out h west of Krdwwi
the following gr.iin *;
H M .I.E S S
B V R i . E i — \n r \ r r pi tonally wÿ
GOLD «M N OATH. U JO ^w BM8H
i f » I ouv
Both thr*r ta r lr llr* of nal* ) irldrd a bu*hrl to r.tch pal
of ••erri sown lu*I season.
SI'KI.TZ. OR EM M ER S— \n e\rrptinn.»ll> hartlt
drought resisting crop.
I ,tl*o h.t\r .1 *p.in of H E A V Y M A R ES. <mr with M
and .1 s p . m of young muir*, wrll broken. Bnrr* rei
C. W. MUMA, Itolmond.Ore.
Notice for Cullili atloii
Department of the interior. 1' s
laind Office at The Dalles. Oregon
February 9. 1914
Not lee Is hereby given that lieft
K Nichols of Redmond. Oregon who
on June 15. I9u8. made Homaatead
Entry No 16077, Serial No ..4 4 7 1
for the « 4 H W lk. W S S E S . Se.
tlon 20, Township 14 South lunge
13 East. Willamette Meridian. h>s
filed notice of Intention to make
Final Five Year I*roof, to establish
claim to the land above describe.I
before W M Daggett. I' s Commi.'
"biner, at Redmond, Oregon, on tin-
21*t day of March. 1914
Claimant names as »line»«..,
D C Hall, William It Davidson,
both of Terrebonne, Oregon K M
Eby. J J Elllnger. both of Redimimi
H. F R A N K WOODCOCK
Klrat publication Feb. 19-Mar * 1 9 ''
fo r .....
MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS