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The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
REDMOND. ( ROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1910
VOL 1. No. 10
IN CO. COURT D. I. * P.
Redmond Plata Submitted
for Approval and
$1.50 PER YEAR
TO BE LOCATED IT REDMOND Clothing Store
News Received Here From Authorita Prineville Journal: From the General Offices and Headquarters of
Hub city there are four additions the Deschutes Irrigation & Power
tive Source That the Above Road i this
month, all presented to the
Will Be Completed to Redmond By nix. court by Engineer Phoe Company to Be Moved From Bend
the Time the Deschutes Railroad Is tant The *pl«t largest
and most impor to This City Where all Business of
is that of the Oregon the Company Will Be Transacted
Finished to This Point
Trunk addition which embraces
E. L. R A PP’S
Sixth St., Redmond, Ore.
Is now open and ready to fill your
wants in the Clothing Line. We
have a new and complete stock of
the late and up-to-date styles of
120 acres, and is platted to con
form with the railroad grade.
The streets are all cleared and
A prominent Redmond Inwi- minus on the other side of the are Ixnng graded.
The news from an authorila-! from the assets of the company,
source has been received and then realize as much as pos
The survey of the First addi
nesM man lust week received the mountains.
Fine Stock of SHOES for Ladies, Men and Boys
the general offices of sible for distribution among the
news from an official connected With the above entering this
original survey, making the Deschutes Irrigation & Pow stockholders. We have no prom
with the Ilurriman system, »tat* city, Redmond will have three |of the the
Full Line of GENT’S FURNISHINGS
alleys to conform er Co. are soon to be moved from ises to make to the stockholders
in# thut the Corvallis & Eastern lines of muds, two north and with the hill and which
is included in Bend to this city and Redmond
from that. We hope they
ruilroud woidd In1 built into Red south trunk lines and an east and the plat. It affects that part of made headquarters for the com aside
I am here to stay and want your
will secure their money.”
mond to connect with the Des west line through the Wiliam* the survey lying east of the town. pany, from which point all busi The assets of the Deschutes Ir
trade, and am going to make it an
The Mountain View Addition ness in the future will be trans rigation & Power Company con
chutes Railroad that is building ette Valley to Portland.
for you to buy of me.
The company still owns sist of 214,911 acres of irrigable
Several weeks ago The Spokes ! to Redmond is a forty-acre tract acted.
into this cityfroin the south.
by the Redmond Realty their former commissary and of lands in Crook County, which
The informant further said the man had reliable information owned
company, which fice building here on the corner were selected by the state of
E. L RAPP, “The Head to Foot Clothier.”
Corvallis ait Eastern would reach that the Corvallis & Eastern road is west of the town
and north of of Sixth and D streets.
Redmond and have trains run would build to this city, and Melrose Park. This addition is In sjteaking of the affairs of Carey Act, the value of the
ning by the time the Deschutes printed the story, and now that intersected by the Redmond and the company, which will soon be the
j B. Williams to begin work on the
land being fixed at more than $2,
satisfactorily adjusted, the Port 000,000.
road at once, and it is promised
road reached here, the idea of the other parties have received the Cline Falls road.
The South End Acreage is a land Oregonian of the 9th, had gate and reclaim the land thru
: the highway will be completed
ruilroad people lieing to form a same rews from authentic sourc tract
of forty acres that is cut the following:
: inside of 60 days.
the construction of a number of
junction of the two lines at this es it looks as if it was an assured into one
Pooling their claims, aggrega ditches.
The road begins at the north
fact that Redmond will be the most of them being one acre or a ting >800,000, creditors of the that work a bond issue of $500,
corner of the old Redmond
The Corvallis & Eastern al junction point for two north and little over. It is owned by E. R. Deschutes Irrigation & Power 000 was issued in 1904. The
townsite and goes east on A
ready has a survey into R«*d- south roads with the Corvallis & Tichenor and is situated south (Company last Friday joined in a bonds were placed in Columbus,
street It will be almost a direct
line from this city for 17 miles
mond, and prominent railroad
Ohio, under security of a chattel
construction men say it would not Redmond will be a railroad cen put on the market at about $125 closure of the first mortgage on mortgage which provided that
on the bonds should be
take long to build the road into ter and the best city in Central per acre.
the company’s property. The interest
and that for
this s<>clion from its present ter- Oregon.
order was granted by Judge every acre annually
land sold in Crook
Charles E. Wolverton, who ap County $3 of should
far enough toward completion the
Funds have been raised by sub
pointed Receiver C. M. Redfield fund for the redemption of
event wi'l be held there, other Next Sunday
in Redmond and other
a special commissioner to handle the
wise in the schcwl house. The A horse race will lie run at the the sale.
here and Madras
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. ladies are now busy outliningtheir track here Sunday afternoon be It is announced by L G. Ad Suit was begun by the bond
for improving the stage road lie-
church are making preparations plans to make the entertainment tween Snell & Green's mare dison, representing the Ohio holders upon the allegation that SUFFICIENT MONEY
tween these points before the fall
to hold a Halloween and Hand a success.
“Bessie Green” and “Bay Nel bondholders who caused the Des no interest had been paid since
set in. It is the intention
HAS BEEN RAISED rains
kerchief Itazunr the night of Oc-
lie.” The distance is a 300 yard chutes Irrigation Company to be 1908, and that the company had
to "straw” the road and other
failed to place the money in the
tol>er 31st. If the new church is Subscribe for The Spokesman ; dash for a purse of $00.
wise fix up the bad places on the
placed in the hands of a receiver redemption
There has been so much
as a bankrupt, that every effort 49,000 acres of sold land. It was
on the Redmond-Madras
will lie made to protect the in further charged that the Des County Commissioners Let
summer that the road
vestment of the 600 or more chutes concern had authorized
became badly cut up.
a second issue of bonds for $150,
As intended at this time and 000,
in Sixty Days
it was charged that
Will Put in Wood
as a part of the plans under money and realized
from the sale of
which action was taken Friday, land was to be used
the creditors will buy in the prop demption of the latter for issue.
Carl Woods of Shaniko, was in
erty at the advertised sale and M. Redfield, of Bend, was ap-
the first of the week
will immediately wind up the af pointed.receiver in March.
fairs of the Deschutes Irrigation
prospects of the
& Power Company by the organ Since that time the receiver
100 feet front
ization of a new holding com succeeded in securing an agree
pany. The new concern will be
called into existence for the sole
purpose of handling the assets in whereby all of the debts will be county court at Prineville a dele corral on his property, and ex
such a manner that the debts canceled. H. D. Turney, of Co gation from the Redmond Com pects to be ready for business in
may be cleared from the records lumbus, Ohio, is president of the mercial Club, composed of Mayor about twenty days.
and a dividend secured to the company; F. S. Stanley, vice- White, City Recorder Phoenix,
president, and Robert Smith, Councilmen F. W. McCaffery.
"The Ohio bondholders repre treasurer. L G. Addison and J. F. Hosch and H. F. Jones, J. Improvements
sent approximately $400,000 of A. King Wilson were the attor K. Macpherson, Judge W’ilcox,
the indebtedness,” said Mr. Ad neys representing the bondhold E. B. Williams and H. Kanzler F. T. Redmond, who recently
dison Friday night, “but we ers. while Jesse Stearns and appeared and showed the county bought Wm. G. Phoenix’s inter
want the property so handled John Hall appeared for the com commissioners the advisability of ests in the Oregon Hotel proper
constructing this road.
that there shall l e no losses to pany.
here, is going to make some
Redmond Commercial Club ty
anybody. The entire assets, in All of the notes and personal had The already
in the property.
raised $300 for the A number of new
cluding notes signed by settlers, property of the old company will
rooms will be
will be sold. After the creditors be sold at auction in Portland, road, and after hearing the ar added on the upper floor to ac
buy in the property, our people while the land sale will be held guments in favor of building the commodate the increasing pat
road the county commissioners
intend first to pay the debts in Crook County.
the house in enjoying. A
appropriated $500 for the pur ronage
also been put up in
pose, and the Prineville Com the rear of has the
he promises the people of the mercial
Club agreed to give $150. as a laundry. hotel to be used
county that if nominated and The county
elected he will see that the laws entered into a commissioners
E. Spokesman for job printing.
are enforced to the letter. He
believes that if a law is obnoxious
that that is no reason
Millard Triplett Seeking the why a few,
not be rigidly en
Mr. Triplett has a strong fol
lowing in the Bend section of the
county that is working to secure
the nomination of their candi
Millard Triplett of Bend, re date.
his friends ask all the
publican candidate for the nomi-| voters and
county who are in
nation of sheriff, needs no intro favor of a clean,
duction to the voters of Crook istration of affairs
C. F. ANDERSON,
in the sher
county. He is one of the early j iff’s office to cast their
settlers in the county, has been a him for sheriff at the vote
prominent business man in Bend nominating election the 24th of
Our tables are supplied with the BEST
for a number of years, served on this month.
Eatables possible to secure.
the city council of that city for
We Lead in Prices and Quality as we
several years, has been deputy
have no rent to pay.
sheriff under the present sheriff, Milo Covert, who has a nice 40
Frank Elkins, and is a man not acre tract two miles north of the;
afraid to declare his principles city, was in Redmond last week
Fine Line of SOFT DRINKS AND CIGARS
and live up to them.
O R E G O N Mr. Triplett stands for the en is a hustler and has his land well Corner Sixth and F streets,
forcement of the law as pre improved and a commodious res
scribed on the statute books, and idence on it, besides barns, etc.
NEW ROAD IS
ville Road Will
Will Look Right, Fit Right and
Wear Right if
BOUGHT AT OUR STORE
We have received our large stock of Men’s
and Boys Fall and Winter Clothing and can
fit you out in any style suit desired. All our
Clothing is guaranteed as to cloth make and
fit. Our coats have horsehair lining to hold
their shape. We can save you money if you
buy your clothing of us.
S u its fro m $13.50 to $25
Full Line Gents’ Furnishings,
at prices to fit your pocketbook
Full For Line Ladies,
of the Men Celebrated
and Children. There is no
better shoe made than these for the money.
H R E in T General B Merchandise