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The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” o f Central Oregon
VO L 1.
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1910
81 Votes Cast Out
o f 101 Register
ed H e r e
ELKINS LEADS IN
Dimick U>ads for Governor
and la fffrty and
Out o f a registration here in
the Redmond City precinct of
101 hut Ml vote* were polled at
the primary election. The reg-
i strut io n showed 70 republicans,
20 democrats, 5 independents, 5
socialista and 1 prohibitionist.
For representative in congress
on the republican ticket the vote
was as follows: Ellis 14, I.affer-
tyl7. Shepherd 4.
For governor on the republic*
an ticket: Abraham 17. Bower-
man 10. Dimick 27, Hofer 6.
On the democratic ticket: Myers
f>. West 5.
Secretary of State, republican:
Benson 39. Wingate 17.
cratic: Oliver 9.
State Treasurer, republican:
Hoyt 27. Kay 29.
Justices o f Supreme Court, 4
year term, republican: Bean 45,
Democratic: Slattor 8.
Justices o f Supreme Court, 6
year term, republican: Burnett
30, Moore 34.
Attorney General, republican:
Crawford 39, Hart 13.
Clarke 20, Duniway 31.
cratic Godfrey 8, Taylor 2.
Commissioner o f Iatbor, re
HolT 32, Orton 19.
Railroad Commissioner, repub
Mclatin 7, Starin 4.
The vote for county officers
brought out the largest vote on
There were four
candidates in the field on the re
publican ticket for this office,
and a strong fight was made on
Elkins, the present incumbent.
The vote was as follows:
Coulter 17, Elkins 50, Hodges
0. Triplett 1.
For representative for the 21st
40, Thoinjison 6.
For County Clerk Warren
Brown received 19 republican
and 9 democratic votes.
For Treasurer Rulph Jordan
received 25 republican votes and
1 democratic vote.
ceived 2 republican and 1 demo
(bounty Commissioner, repub
lican: Bayley 45, Roush 5.
Surveyor, republican: Rice 45,
22, Jones 1, Anderson 1. Demo
cratic: Hosch 1.
Justice o f the Peace, republic
an: J. H. Jackson 1, McCaffery
2, Jones 17.
Constable— McClay, 15 repub
lican and 6 democratic votes.
County Central Committee
man, republican: W'm. Phoenix
4, C. N. Eh ret 2. Ben (Jotter 1.
Buckley Bros, have put a
freight outfit on between Shani-
ko and Redmond.
It is learned unofficially that
Frank Elkins received the nomi
nation for sheriff by a satisfac
LEANS PUT IT
OVER TRE EATS
In Ball Game Sun
day by a Score
o f 17 to 16
AT THE BALL PARK
Two Horae Race« Pulled Off
Hand Receive» Sub
$1.50 PER YEAR
APPLES GROWN NEW GOODS
IN THIS DIST.
and l>egan to play ball. In the
third Duffy brought in one run.
In the fourth 5 score« were made
and in the fifth the bulloon went
up and six men o f Captain Ha
ney’s team trotted home.
By this time it looked a cinch
for the ix'ans as the score stood
/"\U R new stock of CLOTHING. FURNISH-
16 to 7 in their favor.
INGS, etc., have arrived and is now on
Mills o f the Fats, called his men
sale, and you are invited to come in and see the
together and gave them some
line whether you buy or n ot
Below we quote
good advice, and the result was
a few money-saving prices which it will pay you
that in their half o f the sixth
they swatted the ball all over;
to take advantage of.
the garden and 7 runs were
chalked up on the bulletin to
$12.50 to $30.00
their credit when the inning was
Boys’ and Youths’ Suits, $4.00 to $17.00
finished. This made the score
wool “ Summit” Shirts,
14 to 16 in favor o f the Leans. SPECIMENS WILL BE
In their half o f the Bixth the
AH wool Fresno Double Blankets, 62x80, $5.50
SENT TO PORTLAND
Leans gathered in one score
All wool Fresno Double Blankets, 56x78, $4.50
which was made by Templeton.!
It was now a case o f do or die
Fine line Jno. B. Stetson Hats.
for the Fats, and they spit on Expert Horticulturist Says
Complete Up-to-date line High Top Shoes
their hands with the determina
lined, rain proof, leather lined and
tion to do something, and they j
did they got in two runs, which
made the score 16 to 17 in favor
o f the Leans, without their play
ing their half of the seventh.
At the conclusion o f the game
Specimens o f seven varieties
Umpire Hosch presented Cap o f apples were brought into this
tain Haney o f the I>eans with city Saturday by J. S. Tetherow,
the Deschutes county pennant who grew them in his orchard
amid the cheers o f the crowd. six miles northwest o f Redmond.
An admission fee o f 25 cents This orchard is on the Deschutes
was charged and $37 dollars was river, and is eighteen years old.
jects actually under way, and do
realized for the band. The band
Among the varieties shown
not expect to until there is noth
was scheduled to play at the were Rome Beauty, Bellflower.
ing more for them to do.”
game but three o f the principal Spitzenberg and Rhode Island
players were out o f the city, and Greening. The apples were all
the organization did not turn ou t o f the finest kind, and some o f
them were o f mammoth size,
The line-up was as follows:
three rows covering the bottom
o f a box. Some o f these apples
Roberts, left field.
Haney, 2d base.
will be sent to Portland to be
The Spokesman has been in
placed on exhibition and show
formed that, beginning Novem
that the Redmond District is a
ber 1st, Redmond will be served
fruit country, and especially
F. L Applegate, short stop.
with mail from Shaniko via Mad
adapted to growing apples.
Neilson, right field.
ras. The mail will arrive daily at
Chris Ehret, 3d base.
For the past fourteen years
12 m, six hours earlier than now.
the Tetherow orchard has yield
Templeton, center field.
The mai! will also depart at 12 m
Potter, 1st Eiase.
ed good returns, but this season
daily instead o f 6 a. m.
has been the record. All thru
mond will be the distributing o f
E. B. Applegate, center field. the Redmond District there are a CONTRACTED WORK
fice for the Cline Falls and Sis
number o f young orchards with
Mayor White, short stop.
ters mail. The new schedule will
TO BE COMPLETED be a help to Sisters.
apple trees three and four years
old, and this year these trees
have shown a remarkable yield.
G. M. Huffman, left field.
Some o f the trees have been so
Miethe, third base.
heavily laden that it was neces Financial Flurry Will Not
Williams, right field.
Affect Railroads in
Spring, second base.
sary to prop up the branches to
keep them from breaking down
F. Zumwalt, first base.
from the weight of the fruit
SCORE BY INNINGS
This District Has Produced
E. J. Krand, assistant horticul
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Some Record Breakers
turist o f the Oregon Agricultur
I>eans 1 3 1 5 6 1 x—17
al College at Corvallis, was in
Fats 2 5 0 0 0 7 2 -16
“ We are not going to discon-
Umpires -J . F. Hosch and W. this section recently looking the
country over with a view to re I tinue any o f the projects al
This has been a prolific year
After the ball game two run porting on the fruit prospects of ready under way,” said Presi
the raising o f root crops in
ning races were pulled off, which this part o f the state.
Redmond District, and many
the crowd remained to see. The Krand is a fruit expert, and he
o f vegetables are being
first race was a 300 yard dash stated that apples can be grown
into the market here
between a roan pony and Mc in this district successfully. He
take prizes at almost
Clay & Templeton’s “ Patsy,” says that the only thing that
which was won by the roan by will retard the general growth of
are o f
this crop is the occasional frost
about half a length.
The second race was a quarter o f the late spring, and that that
o f a mile between Snell & Green’s will be no worse here than it is completion as rapidly as possi Onions grow to a large size, and
“ Bessie Green and S. R. Snider’s in some o f the most famous ap ble,” Mr. Stevens continued, the yield has been beyond the
bay pony. This race was won by ple countries in the nortswest j “ but new work will be taken up average this year.
“ Bessie Green” by about half a
pots and other devices to pre cial situation. There has been brought in Saturday were so
; no change in our plans since the large that three of them weigh
It is understood that there w ill1 vent injury to the fruit
All kinds of fruits have been announcement was made several ed five pounds and a half. Beets
be a race next Sunday afternoon
between “ Bessie Green” and C. grown so successfully in the Red months ago that the contract for to the growing of which this
mond District this year that 1 grading for the extension of the soil is especially adapted, have
F. Bartlett’s “ Babe.”
ranchers who heretofore have Oregon Trunk beyond Bend thru been a bumper crop this year,
turned their attention solely to the Klamath reservation was and many hundred weight will
Surveyors and engi be marketed. All kinds o f root
agriculture are going to set out cancelled.
coming in are crops do well here, as this is an
orchards and small fruits the
fiinished the irrigated country, and the Long
coming year. All the fruit rais
them. We drouth during the summer did
ed here meets with a ready mar
are not calling in men from pro- not retard their growth.
Several races are scheduled for ket at good prices.
Sunday at the driving park here. I
A free for all with the following Is an Index o f
entries so far: “ Bessie Green,” j
a Live Town
“ Babe Bartlett,” McClay’s “ Pat-
Send The Spokesman to your
sey” and “ Nellie W'eaver,” a
friends and let them see what an
Crooked River horse.
A race between Brown’s roan enterprising, hustling lot o f citi
pony and Elmer Covert’s well, zens there are in Redmond and
how the town is growing. A
known “ Psyche.”
There may be a match race be glance at the advertising and
tween “ Babe Bartlett” and Mc news columns o f the paper will
C. F. ANDERSON,
show that the people here are
Clay'a “ Pataey.”
live wires, and doing something
3. A. Fallgatter, the photo all the time. A paper filled with |
Our tables are supplied with the BEST
grapher, has an excellent adver live ads and good local reading j
tising proposition that he is sub matter is the best index o f the
Eatables possible to secure.
mitting to the business men to character of a town or city, and
We Lead in Prices and Quality as we
The Spokesman shows that R ed-'
have no rent to pay.
E. Garlinghouse has gone to mond is in the front rank o f live
Idaho and Montana on a short cities.
Fine Samples From
All o f Our Stock is New
A large crowd turned out last
Sunday to see the base ball game
between the Fats and Leans,
played for the benefit o f the Red
mond Concert Band.
tators sure had the worth of their
money, for the game was excit
ing and laughable from the first
to the close o f the seventh in
The Fats went to bat first and
closed their inning with two
runs. The I>eans only got one
man across the rubber in their
half of the inning.
The 2d inning the Fats piled up
5 nins, and there was all kinds
of fireworks then. The Leans
could only register up 3 runs as
their share o f the inning, and
betting began to run in favor o f
In the third inning Potter
went into the box for the I^ans
and held the Fats down to goose
eggs in the third, fourth and
In the meantime
the !>>ans got their second wind
E. L . R A P P
“The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
NEW M A IL
No Let Up Planned
for This Section
On 0 . T.
YIELD W ELL
Late Arrival of
W e have lately received and placed on sale
this fall the largest stock o f goods ever
brought to Redmond, consisting o f
Silk Shirt Waist Patterns
Latest Styles o f Silk Skirts
Attractive Outing Flannels
Pretty W ool Dress Goods
Flannelette Night Gowns
W ool Blankets and Quilts
and a complete and up-to-date stock o f Dry
Goods and Notions that we would like to
have you come in and see. These goods we
have priced extremely reasonable.
Everything in General Merchandise
Sunday school will be held in
new church next Sunday at
W. Claypool o f Cline Falls, has
moved to Redmond and ia living
Spokesman for job printing.
i in the Macpherson cottage.
File Liie of SOFT DRINKS AND CHARS
Corner Sixth and F streets,