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THE REDMOND SPOKESMAN
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
VOL 1. No. 3
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY, JUDY 28. 1910
WOODRUFF’S CASH STORE
Sixth St., KKDMONI), ORK.
largest Stock of Furniture
all kinds, in Central Oregon.
Complete line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, all new and fresh.
Large line PURE CANDIES,
all kinds, 25 cts. per pound.
$1.50 PER YEAR
Mr. Whited has had RratifyiriR IS CREATING
ASKS FOR A success
A NEW FIRM
in raisinR other kinds of
fruits, and has a Rreat deal of
ENTHUSIASM LOCATES HERE
in thiH section as a fruit
Medford Man Who I k Inter E. !.. Kapp Will Put In a
Odin Falls Power Company Has a I>arge Stock
ested Here Doing Mis
Clothing Store in the
J. W. Woodruff, the furniture
mun who recehtly houRht out J.
K. MaePherson’s stork of furni W. C. Reagan of Medford,
now has the largest stock who was here a short time ago More new business enterpises
At the meet! hr of the city
to come to Redmond and
council Tuesday night an applica of furniture of any house in Cen and invested in farm property continue
faith in the future
tion was received from the Odin tral OreRon. He received last and city realty, writes to a friend grow th of Redmond
and the Red
Falls Power Co. askinR for a week a large consiRnment of fur in Redmond that he will be mond District.
franchise to furnish the city of niture from the manufacturers,
to come up here and go in The latest business enterprise
Redmond with power and liRht. and his show room is stocked ready
next April, as for Redmond is a clothing and
The ordinance was referred to with all kinds of useful and or he will have about
out his busi gent’s furnishing store that will
! the Committee on Public Utili- namental furniture.
in South be established bv E. L. Rapp, a
He leading merchant of Shaniko.
A representative of the Crook
is Mr. Rapp has leased the south
(bounty Water. Light & Power
store room in the Joseph H. Jack-
| Co. uppeared before the council,
son block on North Sixth street
presented a plan showiiiR how
for three years, with the privil
and on what streets they would
years, at a rental of
Redmond District and a number $*300 of per five year.
The room is be
lay water mains, and stated the Two More Rooms to Be Ad of
company would present an ordi
ded to the School
nance at the next meetinR ask-
up with a
iriR fora liRht, water and power
complete stock in his line.
his best efforts to get quite a Postoffice Business
um was chunRed from 10 to 3. K. Ordinances Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Owing to the increase in the colony
M. White was ap|H>inted a com were passed, and Ordinance No. number of school children in the here. from Medford to come up Is Increasing
mittee to gather exhibits from 4, the occupation tax ordinance, city of Redmond and the dis
The business at the Redmond
this section for the Great North was introduced and referred to trict adjacent it has been found
postoffice during the past four
has shown a great in
ern demonstration trains that ! the Committee on Ordinances. necessary to add two more rooms
R kdmond , July 25, 1910. quarters
crease. The last quarter made a
will travel IhroiiRh the east.
to the present building. The Hon. Council City of Redmond, decided gain over any previous
period. The money order busi
will be 25x40, and will Oregon. To our Concern.
ness has more than doubled in
your body see fit to take imme the last two quarters. The Red
diate action prohibiting owners mond office is still a fourth class
two stories high. Three teach of
Owing to sickness in the edi
live stock direct in city corpor office, but with the business in
ers, and possibly four will be ation
from using cow bells on creasing as it has lately it will
tors’ family this week The Red
during nights. An soon be placed in the 3d class.
mond S|s>kesman is one day late
effect to become
i in publication, and is not up to its In Ellinger’s Addition
city marshal to G. M. Huffman this week sold
will be taken up to the 10th enforce such action,
usual standard with an assort
notifying an 8 acre tract of land on the G.
grade. Prof. J. A. Thompson, owners of such stock within
rinm I news.
the W\ Davies 40 joining town on
an able and well known instruct direct limits of city, and failure
the west, to T. E. Simpson of
or and educator, has been engag to comply with such should be Spokane, Wash. Mr. Simpson
NUMBER OF PEOPLE Still Need of That
will erect a 2 story house on the
A deal was consummated here ed as principal for the coming punishable
land at once and go into the
Very respectfully we are
this week whereby CHrl Ehret year.
business on a large scale.
need of a street sprinkler sold out his interest in Kllinger’s I^et Contract for
Redmond Dint riet To See a in The
Redmond becomes more up- Addition in Redmond to C. W.
,, l-irge Influx of Peo parent every day. It is under Goltra,
a prominent capitalist of Reservoir Soon
The deal was con H. T. Hendryx. manager of
ple H uh Fall
money could lie raised here cluded by Frank MeCaffery of the Oregon. Washington & Idaho
to keep a sprinkler in commis this city.
Finance Co.. w.,h offices in Port
durinR the dusty months,
was here last Friday for a
The handsome illustrated book | hut no one seems to take the ini- with the future possibilities of few hours.
Dr. Goray of Portland, is a licensed physician and
He stated that the
let sent out some time ago by the I tiative in RettinR the project j Redmond and this section of the contract for building
of the State of Oregon, but limits his practice
Redmond Commercial Club nd- started.
twelve years to the specialty of Eye, Ear,
state, and considers his invest voir and dam for the company’s
frrtising U«din<>nd and the Red
and the Fitting of Glasses.
ment here a gilt edged proposi irrigation project in the Tumalo
Biond District, is doing Rood Has a Mighty
19 years ago from Harvard
Basin would lie let some time in
and in 1898 from the Massa
August, and then the work would
i These liooks were Riven a wide
Ear Infirmary of Boston,
l»e pushed forward as rapidly as
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T McClay of a latter
^imitation and were sent to all
Sections o f the United States, Redmond, are the owners of a
This is a rare opportunity to receive the
Send The Redmond Spokes Saw Mill Starts
•nd the result has been that the female water spaniel that is full
services of a Specialist on the Eye, Ear,
♦yes o f hundreds are turned this of tricks, and it is as Rood as a man to your friends who want to Up At Bend
Nose and Throat, of one who is a grad«
* a y . and duriiiR the latter part circus to see her perform. The find out utiout Redmond and this
H. J. Overturf, manager of
Of AiiRiist and the followiiiR fall doR shows almost human intelli- section. It is better than a letter
uate in medicine.
the Pilot Butte Development Co,
months will see a larRe number Renee in perforininR some of her and will keep the folks posted all
You can be examined and treated by
at Bend, was in Redmond Satur
>f people comiiiR into this sec- tricks, and the owners would the time about what is going on.
him HERE just as thoroughly and
not part with her for quite a If you do not want to send it for day and said the company’s saw
scientifically as in Portland.
mill would begin sawing this
a year, buy it for three months, week
The railroads will make cheap sum.
50 cents worth. The paper is pacity of 30,000 feeL Two plan
EYE-Poor Sight, Headaches, Tumors of Eye, Inflam
olonist rates, and as soon as the
well worth the price, and your ers will be put in operation to
ed Eyes, Crossed Eyes.
larvests in the east and middle Contest Iausted
EAR-Deafness, Noises, Catarrh.
friends will be pleased to get the dress the 300,000 feet of dry lum
west states are over the people Only 4 Rounds
NOSE—Catarrh. Obstruction to Breathing, Adenoids,
here will take advantaRe of The ten round hoxinR contest news.
between Messrs Cuff and KinR
The starting of this mill will re
Tonsils, Inflammation, Catarrh.
The real estate men and others advertised for last Saturday Will Install a
lieve the lumber famine in this
n Redmond have already receiv niRht, lasted only four rounds, Larger Tank
section to some extent
'd assurances from pros|»ective King declaring himself all in in The tank that was recently in-
settlers that a larRe numlier are that round. The contest took | stalled at the city w ater works
rominR, and when they come and place in the Snider building un plant is just half as large as the
e the wonderfui country that der construction on Seventh one ordered. The present one is
8 have here they will In? sure street, and was witnessed by a a 5000 gallon affair, and the
fair sized audience. The pre original order called for one with
The expense of RettinR out the liminary contest of two rounds 10,000 gallon capacity, but a mis
tooklct will be returned a hun by u couple of local young men take was made in shipping. The
We have recently received a new stock in the above line and
dred fold in the way new comers pleased the crowd.
present tank will lie used until
you are invited to inspect the stock—it will please you.
will locate here, and the enhance-
the larger one arrives.
fnent of pro|>erty values.
Ask About Our
FREE $30 PHONOGRAPH
J BOOKLET IS
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Results From Red
DR. GORAY COMING
New Dishes and Crockery
I Been Changed
At the meetinRof the Redmond
Commercial Club Monday niRht
it was decided to change the reg
tilar meeting night during the
summer months from each Mon
day night to the first and third
Wednesday nights in the month.
A new constitution committee
was appointed, and the number
of members to constitute a quor-
Is a Successful
The Redmond Spokesman is Fruit Grower
printed every Wednesday after
noon and put in the postoffice in
the evening so as to go out on
the Thursday morning mail and
reach all parts of the county be
fore Sunday. City subscribers
can always get their pBper Thurs
day forenoon. The Spokesman
will always appear on time—you
can depend on it for Thursday
Kirk Whited who has a ranch
3J miles southwest of the city,
last spring set out 200 grape
vines and he stated the other
day that fully 90 per cent of the
vines were alive and doing well.
He set out four varieties, Con
cords. Moore’s Early, Worden
and Niagara. The vines are
planted on the side of a butte,
and are looking hardy and thrifty
A T are
Lemon c,iniG S01“* Pack Peaches. These H A
a big bargain at per can only.......... L j \ j C
New arrival of a line of General Merchandise.
Everything to meet your wants at right prices.
Highest Market Price for Butter, Eggs and Cream
EHRET BROS» Redmond