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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1914)
Gibbs, pit her
Stalls was hit and took first, tried
The !>ante b) Inning*
to steal second, but was vanned
1 3 3 4 5 6 7 » *
Redmond Bristow fiew out to Redmond . o 3 I o 0 3 4 •« I »•
O l O O U O l d O
venter field; Tctherow hit a high,
O FF IC IA L REPORT
Infield fiy which was muffed bv
Regular meeting of the Common Gibbs. Tetherow stole second and
14 VOI w l ' t
Council of the City of Redmond. was doubled up when Gully took In
To rent a house
Oregon, held at the office of the llranton's bid for a btngle to left
To sell a house
Bend —"F a t" hit to second and
City Recorder on the 14th day of
To get a boarder
Preeent. Mayor Hoech. perished at first; Johnson breezed
rent a room
New York Ministers l nite in a Councllmen Reedy. IV Sousa. Atkin
To sell anything
son. Farris and Imrnele
Meeting Reynolds walked and died on first, as
To buy anything
Hitter Attack l pon Spec
McKern also struck out
called to order by Mayor llosch
Cse The Spokesman's
Minutes of the last meeting road
Redmond Hudson hit to short
On motion the fol
Only ime vent a word
lowing bills were approved and or and was safe at first on the hobble.
L. Perry hit to third and beat the
The Redmond Spokesman $ 2 61 throw to first. Bush flew out to right
l.et us do your next order of job
S U N D A Y T E LLS THEM
J l< Vincent ..................... 35.TO field. Hudson and L. Perry advanc printing
High «râd* «* irh âtuJ
ing a sack after the catch. Shelley prlr«*« »Atlifartory
Q W. Davies ...................
TO “ GO TO H E L L ! ”
A M u n a............................. 15 4 5 hit to second and was thrown out at Spokesman
M E. Roper .....................
4 «5 first. Hudson scoring; L Perry added
II\BBI r MET U.
IVschutes Power C o . ........ 77.50 another score by stealing home; A
Lynch 4 R o b e rts ..............
1 50 Ferry fanned
Pastors Believe Results Accom
The Spokesman has about 1.000
Bend Gully hit between first an I
C. H. B a g g o t l...................
\V H, A n d erson ....................... 65 second for a bag. but was caught pounds of old type metal that Is Just
plished by Sunday Are Too
M. C Caroltn .....................
2.IS napping by Bristow ; McKay hit to the thing for babbit metal, packing
Same will be sold
Small for the Big Expense In
M K R o p e r ......................
3.75 first and was out; Gibbs flew out to for boxes, etc.
Ijxrge quantities eotJ
curred— Disrespect for i'loth
at a discount.
0 W Khret
Redmond Fleming hit to third
Jim Domoro ...............
lu the County Court of the Slate
Mrs H H. F a y................. 27 30 and reached first, stole second and
when Bristow of Oregon, for Crook County
# A. Munx ........................... 21 65 third, and scored
Violent attacks on "B illy " Sunday
Perry Bros......................... 55.00 slashed a single over third, Bristow
In the matter of the estate of
and hia evangelistic methods, with
W J B u ck ley .....................
7.15 stole second, and scored when Tethe Harry F Gault, deceased
figures intended to prove that his
row singled over short; Tetherow
J H 1
Notice Is hereby given by the un
crusades for Christianity were expen
Dan Greenhalgh ................
1.35 stole second and third and scored derslgned. administrator of the es
sive. ineffectual and undignified.were
Moved, seconded and passed that when Branton shot a single to renter tate of Harry F Gault, deceased, to
heard at the meeting of the Metho
the bills of C. R McLallin amounting field. Hudson hit to first and was all creditors of said deceased and to
dist ministers of Manhattan. Brook
to $52.60 be referred to J. G. Me- out; Bush drove a single to left, ad all persons having claims against
lyn and the Jersey conference held in
vancing Branton to third. I.. Perrv said estate, to present the same wit»
Guttle for approval. (
New York City last week
Moved, seconded and passed that took three swings and retired. Bush proper vouchers, to the undersigned,
tacks on Sunday became so bitter
the bill of Mrs H H Fay for cinders stole second, and Branton came home at the office of J A Wlllcoz. In Red
that one minister,. Rev. Dr. C. F
be allowed. Roll call ordered. Yeav when the catcher fumbled the ball. mond. Oregon, within six months
Reisner of Grace Church, prevailed
— De Souza. Atkinson, Farris. In»- Shelley hit to short and was safe a' from the first publication of this no
on the body to go into session behind
first. A. Perry skied out to second tlce.
mele. Nays— Reedy.
Bend— Steve drew a pass and stole
Moved, seconded and passed that
GCV K DOBSON.
One of the chief complaints heard bill of Alfred Munx for $39 57 be re second and third. Staats hit to Hush
Administrator of said Estate
was that Sunday has little respect
ferred to the Finance Committee . , and was killed off at first; Ralph hit
Dated March 23. 1914.
for the cloth, and shows it when he
Ordinance No. 37. being an ordi to renter for a single and Steve
is engaged in an evangelistic cam
nance providing for sidewalk spar \ scored, making two runs for Bend.
X otire for Publlvatloii
the location of sidewalks therein, the Johnson was presented with free Department of thè Interior, t nlted
" I f you criticise ‘ Billy' Sunday he
planting of shade trees thereon and transportation to first l Bush route);
States t<and Office. The Dalle*.
tells you to go to hell." was a report
Oregon. March 31. 1914
the removal of weeds therefrom, read McReynolds struck out. and McKeen
by Rev. E. .E Piper, pastor of a
Notile Is hereby glvcn that George
for second time
Roll call ordered. hit to first and was out.
p Rltloti "f firm boaM . Oregon
Pittsburg church, who was a part of Yeas— De Souza. Atkinson. Farris.
who. on March 31. 190*. made Home
the Pittsburg machine organised to Immeie. Reedy
Redmond— A. Perry walked and stead Entry No 15940, Serial No
conduct the recent campaign in that
and on Novsmber 39, 1599
Ordinance No. 36. granting to the
Deschutes Mutual Telephone Com down the third base line and was safe made addlttonal Honiestead Entry
19, for thè 8 8W <w 8ec 2».
Mr. Piper also asserted that Sun pany and assigns the right to erect, at first; Bristow slammed one to
and E*gN\V<*. Se« .11 Townshlp i l
day abused the Protestant churches
maintain and operate in the City of center field, scoring Perry. Tetherow South. Rango 13 Eaat. Wlllatnetto
"In the worst kind of billingsgate,
reached first. Merld an. has flled notil e of Intentino
Redmond. Crook county. Oregon. In hit to second and
but never once said aught against
all the alleys and in D and E streets, Fleming scoring on the play; Tethe lo mal e Final 4'l*<- Year Proof io e*
tabllsh rlalnx lo thè land ikoTV li
the Roman Catholic Church."
and beginning with E street every row garnered second and advanced
There were 350 ministers present. alternate street south of E street to third when Branton rolled an in scrlbed before \V il Daggett. V S
Commtsalonrr. al Redmond. Orego i,
Many of them sought a chance to and beginning with D street everv field single to second; Branton stole on lhe 16th dav of May. 1914
speak, and the applause at the at alternate street North of D stree:, second, and Hudson hit to short and
Clalmant nanies as wltnesses
James J Ellinger of lledmoed.
tacks on Sunday indicated that the
wires and other conductors for thv was thrown out at first; L Perry Oregon. Beri E N'Ichuls. Don C Hall
ministers do not favor bringing Sun
transmission of electricity for tele
and Wllferd Ar< ber. all of Terr»
day to New York City for a religious
phone purposes. Read for third left field for three cushions, scoring botine, Oregon
Il FRANK WOODCOCK,
time. Roll call ordered
Yeas— [V Tetherow and Branton; Bush poled
One o f the Rev. Mr Piper's com
Souza. Atkinson. Farris. Immeie and one to short, but was out at first.
First publlcatlon Aprii 9 May 7
plaints anent the Pittsburg cam Reedy. Passed
Perry reaching home on the play;
paign was that converts at the Sun
Ordinance No 3$, providing for Shelley hit to second and perished
day rate do not pay He said the ex
Bend— Gully hit to second and was
the appointment of a city veteri
pense had been $90.000. and that the
narian. prescribing his duties and an easy out; McKay had hla waiting
number o f persons induced to Join
salary; prohibiting the sale of fresh clothes on and drew a walk; McKay
all churches in Pittsburg as a result
meats within the city which have not pilfered second; Gibbs slashed «jne
of the campaign was 3107.
Successor to O. A M. Parlane
been inspected by him and prescrib to third, but "Old Cannonball" Jesse
New York Methodists declared
and Burdick A Murphy
winged him out at the first station;
ing penalties. Read for first time.
they could do better themselves.
Moved, seconded and passed that Steve hoisted a fly to center field.
They concluded that about 11 in 100
the council offer C. A. Adams $45 per
of the 3107 converts would stick, month for the use of one team for
Redmond— A. Perry lifted one to
Practice in all courts ami If. S.
possibly 12, and that 400 church
right, but It settled In a net; Fleming
members or less, at a cost of $90,-
Moved, seconded and passed that rolled one to the pitcher and was an
000 in money and a vast deal of hard the Recorder be instructed to secure easy out at first; Bush hit to the
work, was a too high price.
one guaranteed tested meter to be shortstop and beat the throw; Bush
amounts to more than $260 per con used for test purposes.
stole second and third and scored
vert— the calculation
Moved, seconded and passed that when Tetherow sizzled one to renter
there were about 341 o f them.
any water users residing outside of for a single; Tetherow stole second
One hundred and sixty-two Pitts the corporate limits and securing and third; Branton hit to second
burg churches joined in the Sunday
water from the municipal system and died at first.
campaign. Sixty reported no con shall be forthwith charged one rate
Bend— Staats was thrown out at
One hundred and and one-half for all water used.
first by the shortstop; "F a t" shot
two reported 1709 actual members
Moved, seconded and passed that one to Tetherow, who winged him at
received and 1400 indirectly.
the Marshal be Instructed to secure first; Johnson couldn't see Bush's
l ’. H. COMMISSIONER
There was much complaint against
an adequate number and style of benders and fanned, leaving the
Sunday’s requirement that all the seals to be used for the purpose of score at 17 to 2 In favor of Redmond
churches close during his campaign
sealing all water meters installed In
OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH
Former Supt. Chadwick of the Mon the city.
The line-up was as follows:
day Conference, expressed it thus:
RANK OF COMMERCE
Moved, seconded and passed that
"A re we ready to get down on our the council adjourn.
Bristow, 1st base
knees to Sunday? Do we want to
DENTON G. Bt’ RDICK.
Tetherow, 3rd base.
close up 96 of our churches in order
Branton, 2nd base.
that Sunday may manage them?
Hudson, left field.
Shall our Protestant churches in
L. Perry, right field.
R edm ond 3, P rin ev ille 8
New York go out o f business for a
— . . ■
month that Sunday may have some
Fleming, center field.
(Continued from 1st Page)
thing to do?”
A. Perry, catcher.
Bristow was hit in the back by the
pitcher and went to first; Tetherow
Tree planting on national forests flew out to center field, retiring the
McKay, 2nd base.
Milk and cream delivered to
has to be confined to comparatively side.
Steve, 1st base.
any part of the city, 15 quarts
short Intervals In spring and fall. In
Bend— Steve struck out; Staats
of milk for $1.00.
spring It starts when snow melts and was hit in the leg and went to first,
"F a t," left field.
I,eave orders at Hobb*’ store
stops with the drying out of the stole second and scored on "F a t's "
Johnson, center field.
or Redmond Pharmacy.
ground; in the fall It comes between hit to first; “ Fat” was put out when
McReynolds. rjght field.
the fall rains and first snow fall.
C. H. KENYON
he tried to steal third; Johnson
McKeen, third base.
drew a pass, but died on second when
This is a good town. Let's all pull
McReynolds struck out.
Our Want Ads get results for you.
Headquarter* for Commercial Men.
Redmond— Branton whiffed. Hud
Special Attention lo
son hit to the pitcher and was out
Electric Lighted Throughout.
The best show window In town is
at first; L. Perry ambled, stole second
an ad in this paper.
and third and came home on a passed
W orry killed the cat. A want ad ball; Bush hit to third and was
got another household pet.
smothered at first.
Bend— McKeen hit an infield fly
Advertisers are in good company
to Bush; Oully hit to Shelley and
was thrown out at first; McKay hit
f.NDER NEW MANAGEMENT
" I see in the paper" Is the way to short and died the same way.
many conversations begin. If your
H. P. WILMOR, Prop.
advertisement were there It would
Redmond— Shelley hit to aecond
be seen, too.
and went out at first; A. Perry tried
R E D M O N D ,
0 R E G 0 N
Full advertising value for every a bunt, but couldn’t make It; Flem
ing hit to short and was nailed to
the cross at first.
There Is news In advertising
Erre hu* I«» nnd from
Bend Gibbs made a clean hit over
Special rale* hy the week or
columns that buyers are looking for.
second, stole second and third, but
month for regular hoarder*.
Don’t forget to renew that sub- was caught asleep at the awltrh by
Tetherow; Steve beat the otone;
HEAVE ROCKS Al
Denton (ì. Burdick
LA W YE R
ff. B. DAGGETT
Attorney at h »
t h e o l d e s t ran k
SO I It IT'S
I.II ktu I Treatment.
I I I ’.S IM SS
Comvervatlxr M «a-n
Krad Our Statement».
Intere«! Paid or I S-po-.it*
Safely Depo-it lloxe* loi Km
State Hank of RedmonJ
K EDMOND. OKKt.ON
The 1914 Case
2.'», 35 .ind IU horsepower. Sold fur rash or on time payam
Will Make Demonstration*
lor further informatiti«, catalogue, etc., rail on or «Ah
R. P. Scheurer
«E D M U N D .
O K K t .O N
C. H. BAGG0TTS
Kxpress and Transfer I jik
All Or.li** Givra I'n.tupl
l^avs Orders at the
3603, Mund. Til
The Best Hams
YOl CANNOT GET A N Y BETTER II VMS AST
W KERB TH AN TIIK ONES W E Cl KE Ot KSEI.VES
Kit.HT HERE IN REDMOND A N D KEEP ON SVti
AT A LL TIMES AT OCR MARKET.
Ol H PRIT»
ARE CHEATER TH A N THOSE CHARGED »1*
|.BT I ’M SHOW VOI .
J. It. ROE, Proprietor.
Wood and Iron Work
If there is anything you want in the above line
call on me.
I have a plant cajtablc of doing
all kind* of work in wood an<l iron, and will
*ave you money on all ordera placed with me.
I can make any furniture you may want.
V O LK
G . W , D A V IE S
1 he Old Pioneer Hlarkitmith of Redmond
- (A U i
The Brosius Bar
FINEST BRANDS o f \4|N4: h ,
■ IVI DRH AND ( IGAIls
C E N T R A L OREGON
We are now prepared to
t i r e vulcanizing bf
I*4*3 un talk over the tir«
problem with you.
I * t UN Ntart you right for
the coming Neason with »
new Net of tires.
We have a
of the beat linea—< roody***
M ger he eh on d r a iiìh t
anil Unitisi State«.
C E N T R A L OREGON
» » " " " » . Proprietor.
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