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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1910)
THE REDMOND SPOKESMAN
Published at the “ Hub C ity99 of Central Oregon
REDMOND, CROOK CO UN TY, OREGON. T H U R S D A Y, J U L Y 21, 1910
to th«* acre for the first crop. 11«*
expects the second cn»p to yield
Sherwood HroH. have 135 acre«
o f clover and oat hay which they
will cut in Septeml>er, and the
^ yield will I m * ho heavy that they
are li«curing on buying an outfit
o f machinery to «rather the crop
C. It. Meljtllin, 2 mile« north
o f the city, ha« 16 acre« o f clover
land timothy hay which he ex*
|H«cta will go 3 tone to the acre.
He tiegun cuttintr last week.
W. B. Chapman of thin city,
M A C H IN E R Y IS
saya he will get more than he ex*
N N IN O SMOOTHLY l»ectod from hi« crop, and all ov
er the dintrict the yield in better
thin neason than last, and Home
Ivor Appoints Standing of the ranchers ex|N>ct to harveHt
3 crops, (lathering o f the crop
C o m m it t e e « — N e w
* is now in full swing.
O rd in a n ce»«
At the adjourned meeting of
to lx; given in Redmond Satur
day, July 23d. Pat I-awler is
promoting the affair, and prom
ises the public a high-class exhi
bition o f the manly art.
$1.50 PER Y E A R
t a r g e Specim en«
A t the office o f the Deschutes
Valley Realty Co. there is on ex
hibition some onions grown on
the T. M. Manderscheid ranch
near Redmond, the tops o f which
The “ Hub City” of Central Oregon
Has Its future Assured and Is On measure over 4« feet high. This
L A N D IS LOCATED
the High Hoad to Become the Most
M ILE W E ST OF CITY
Important City in Central Oregon-.
Prosperous Agricultural Section and
a Rapidly Growing City.
w.„ wh. Bough, th.
Number Buying Residence
Redmond people can see the future o f their city.
ON MARKET | no wheels under the city to be in readiness to move it to a point
Land Is Well Pleased
With His Buy
Property in Ellinger’s
Last week Friday the Des
• city council last Wednesday
where the Oregon Trunk Line Railroad and the Deschutes Railroad
chutes Valley Realty Co. o f this
|ht Mayor White appointed
city, G. M. Huffman, manager.
will locate their lines and depots.
• following Blanding commit-
sold the T. M. Manderscheid
U U in Thin Beautiful ¡voca
Both o f these roads have their lines permanently located, and
ranch o f 40 acres 1 mile west o f
tion Are Now Being
they pass right through Redmond.
The Deschutes road has made
Streets and Alleyn Dolwon,
more than passing attention is Redmond, to W. H. Gilett o f
Redmond its present southern terminus.
Bes and Lynch.
Offered the Public
Ellinger’s Addition, recently put Echo, Oregon.
fir e Dept. Wells, Lynch and
Redmond HAS two north and south trunk lines no getting on the market. This addition ation was $5000, or $125 per acre
away from this fact.
i consists o f 40 acres in the north- \ The purchase price included the
Licenses — Lynch, Mct'affery
l>nts in Melruse Park in this
An east and west trunk line across the state, in all probability west part o f the city, all in the crop on the place which consists
w a ry 4
city were put on Kale last Friday, ' will I k * built and connect at Redmond with either the Deschutes « t y limits, and only two blocks principally o f 30 acres o f clover
'fin a n c e Mei affery. Jones and lh,. 15lh> and thv buying since
.. from the school house.
and alfalfa hay which will pro-
Kailmad or the Oregon Trunk Line, thus givin g this section a rail 1
. . . . . . . . .
j . Ilia.
then has been very gratifying toj
The sale o f lots in this tract so duce a good yield,
the owners. Melrose Park is lo outlet in all directions.
far has been quite extensive,
Mr. Gilett is an experienced
** *6 McCaffery.
Redmond is situated in the heart o f the best irrigated farming
cated in the southwest corner o f
fublic Utilities Jone Dobson
in Central Oregon where abundant crops are grown by an
the original tnwnsite and is with
in the present limits o f the City intelligent and progressive class o f farmers and ranchers.
hree ordinances were intro-
o f Redmond. There are 80 acres
The Redmond District is attracting widespread attention all
Ci d. Ordinance No. 1 pro-
in the tract, and 5 acres have
over the United States as being a country with a prosperous future
d--s for the organization o f the
been deeded to the city for pub
t) government. Ordinance No lic park purjioaes.
assured i t
£ a measure defining misde-
And Redmond is situated in the heart o f this country.
Ix>ts in Melrose Park run from
tnnors within the city limits,
50x100 feet to 50x125 feet.
The and will be the sbfpping and distributing point for a vast territory.
jp Ordinance No. 3 is to regu streets an1 50 and 70 feet wide,
There is nothing short o f an unforseen calamity that will pre
tt near licer places, provides
with 16 foot alleys. It is the in vent Redmond from becoming one o f the most important cities in
ff a liond to be given by the tention o f the owners, tho Jones
•o|irietors o f such places, and
I-and Co. o f Redmond, to make
If:; the license which will be
The people o f Redmond work as a unit for the upbuilding and
this the ideal residence section o f
iftlly determined at the next the city. The land is on the high- futur»* betterment o f their city, and the rapid and prosperous
fa tin g o f the council.
est elevation in the city, and cv- growth o f the city within the past few months attests the fact that
A number o f important meas- ery foot o f it is tillable.
; the efforts o f the citizens have produced results.
• ch will come up at the next
The owners state they inte-d,
To th. p « * * ,
h location there is but one piece o f ad-
leeting, Tuesday night,
TO REDM OND, the city with ,
lly 25th. one o f which will In» a rnents in the city park. and
walk ordinance which will set out shade trees along the 1 future, the city o f prosperty.
'•scrilie th«- width o f sidewalks
str«*ets in the residence district
the business (mrtion o f the The streets an* all cleared and compslleu to buy o f th« local 110-Round Contest
ty. An ordinance to provide leveled to full width, and aii th e 1 merchants. The Rednawid mer-
f 7-foot sidewalks on 5th street sightly trees have been preserv- ^ « n t t *re amply able to supply
Bills art* out announcing a 10
ill probably In- introduced at
The Jones Ijind Co. invite all the needs o f the people com round boxing contest between
prospective buyers o f Redmond ing into this section and at rea Mr. Ed Cuff the Calgary Wonder,
A t a meeting o f the council
property to look over Melrose sonable prices.
and Mr. K ing the Texas Cyclone,
BCsday night, July 19th. Ordi
s c e No. 3. fixing the license on
Need of Street
|r beer at $400 per an Opening of Jark’a
ti, payable quarterly in ad-
Arrangements arc being made
tee, was passed. ( km side r a
get a street sprinkler in oper
o f an occupation tax ortli-1 This week Monday Jack Fahey
tee. placing an annual tax on opened his new restaurant in the ation in Redmond at an early
classes o f business in the city, Smith building on 6th street cor- date. There is so much travel
resumed at this meeting.but ner o f F street Jack threw the on the streets in the city that
t is a measure that requires key to the door away and the the dust is getting deep, and the
iderahle figuring on. no deft- place will he run day and night least wind raises it in clouds,
action was taken at this time, and meals served at all hours.
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Everything is new. neat and U f t f o r
4 . —
and a large number have been rancher and stockman, and will
reserved by resident and outside bring in a herd o f high grade
buyers. There are 168 lots in dairy cows which he will sell to
the addition. The size o f lots the farmers and ranchers o f this
are 44x125. There are plenty o f section. He expects to take pos-
trees on the property, which session o f his new property in a
lends much to the beautiful ap- few days.
pearance o f the locality, and the 1 The purchase price o f this
addition has a perpetual water property, which is considered
high by some, is only a demon-
The owners o f the addition, stration o f what well cultivated
Ellinger & Taliaferro, have plac- ranches and farms in the Red-
a building restriction in the ad- mond district are beginning to be
dition. No building costing less worth. Mr. Gilett saw the prop-
than $700 can be erected on the erty, knew its worth to him. and
front o f any o f the lots except was willing to pay the price,
the rear lots.
This has been
Mr. Mandercheid is looking
done 10 Prevent the locating o f around for other property in this
ah“ .k8 and J “ « * « » bu,ildi" KS
on the ground. This restriction
does not prevent buyers from
putting up tent houses on the
rear o f their lots until such time
as the lumber situation is re-
lieved and they can get material
to build with.
Spokesman for job printing.
f f tian . He i. well » t U fie d with
the Redmond District and does
not intend to remove from here
but will soon find another piece
o f land that suits him-
A large stock o f rockers and
dining room chairs at reasonable
prices at W oodruff’ s furniture
The Store That Cam »er ve
Your W ants
¡A Y HARVEST
will I k * conducted, and Jackin-!
vites the eating public to drop in
and see him and get a good
square eat when they art* hungry.
•porta of Yield in Red He sells bread, cakes and pies to
those desiring same.
mond Diatrirt Are
Councilman H. F. Jones and
w jfe o f this city, left Tuesday I
for an extended eastern trip.
They went to Seattle and from
there went to Vancouver, B. C.,
Their route from
there was to Winnipeg and Mon
treal. They will visit the large
eastern cities before their return
and expect to be gone about six
weeks or two months.
Jones said it was a pleasure and
business trip combined, and they
would spend several days at the
Thousand Isles in the S t I j iw -
rence river after leaving Mont-
Jrom reports received so far
Some settlers recently arrived
hay crop in the Redmond in Redmond on their way to their
_ rict promise's to be an abun-
land near this city, and in con
t one this season, and as the versation with a business man
e is expected to range from here stated they had bought all
to $30 per ton this winter their groceries to do them for
[ranchers and farmers are to a year in Portland before leaving
mgratulated on their good as they understood that they
You will save money on your
I could not get supplies in this sec-
A. Kendall is cutting his 36 tion. When these people arriv- furniture and groceries by buy
Ds o f clover and alfalfa hay ed here their groceries had not ing your goods at Woodruff's
states it will go over 2 tons' yet reached here and they w e re 1 store—the strictly cash store.
A T OUR STORE we carry a complete
* * and well selected stock of GEN
ERAL MERCHANDISE that fills the
wants of the people in this, section.
Our prices are always as low as possi
ble consistent with good goods, the only
kind we sell. We want your trade and
invite you to come in and place your
next order with us, feeling assured we
can satisfy you with goods and prices.
Highest Market Price for Butter, Eggs and Cream
EHRET BROS. Redmond