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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1910)
Published at the “ Hub C ity ” o f Central Oregon
REDMOND, ( KOOK COUNTY. ORKGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1010
contruct, and lumtier for llut
building is now being hauled to
The ground ll«s»r will lie used
as a hnwiing alley. Mr. White
having ordered two regulation
Hll«>ys whil«* recently in Portland,
and the Upper floor will Is* used
for hall pur|Mis«'8. The hall will
be the full dimensions «if the
building with a 20 foot stag«*,
giving a floor space «if 25xfi0 ft.
in the summer time Mr. White
says he will convert the lower
fl«Kir into an ice cream parlor ami
confectionery st«ire. an«l make it a
high class ••nt«,rtainm«*nt place.
Mayor White has always had
great faith in Hedmnnd, and has 115 MILES OF TRACK
W ILL BE COMPLETED
I BY JAN U AR Y FIRST large projierty holdings in the
city. He Hays he can see the
future of the city without putting
on glasses, and this late venture
clinic AH«*y On 1 Ht Floor of his is to give the|ieople a cen Metolius Will Be Made Di
trally locat«*d place of amusement.
vision Point for the
and Dancing Hall
ON SIXTH ST.
iyor White Will
May Be Running to
M e t o l i u s By
Put lip 25x80
Well Drilling Co.
Mayor F. M. Whit* Inform«
Spokesman that he has Be-
j§A*«l the lot on the southeast
corner o f Sixth ami E street» in
thl* city for n term of years, and
will immediately l>«*gir> the con-
atrviction of a two story building
on the pro|H*rty. This is one «if
D m « hoice locations in the city
and Mr. White has had his eye
on the pmtierty for some time.
Mr. White says he pro|ioses to
build a two story frame building
25x 80. and have the same com
plete«! by the first of January.
Coi itractor Me Coy will have the
The company f«irmerly doing
business under the nume o f The
Madras Well Drilling Co. will
hereafter be known as The Cen
tral Or«*gon Well Co., with hea«f-
«piarters for the pres«*nt at Culver
Messrs. Jannsen and Wag«merof
the company, were in Redmond
last week looking after business
for their firm. This company is
prepared to do all kinds o f well
drilling, having heavy enough
machinery to go down a sufficient
depth to obtain water in any loc
ality it is possible to secure same.
Train service on the Oregon
Trunk Railway from the Colum
bia River to Metolius. 115 miles
south, will be possible by Febru
ary 1. 1911, as the track to that
point will be completed late in
January, says the Oregonian.
The grading through Madras,
which is 6 miles north of Metolius
has already been completed and
the contractors are laying the rails
at the rate of one mile and a half
a day. The rail service now is
completed more than 30 miles
south o f the river. For a stretch
Subscribe for The Spokesman. extending miles beyond, the
grading is ready and the ties
have Isvn delivered. The work
between Metolius and Bend is
progressing under the contract of
H. C. Henry.
At present the
contractors are rushing the work
to Metolius. As fast as the var
ious sections o f track are comple
ted the force «if men is reduced.
Although the work o f impov-
ing the company’s property at
Metolius has not yet been started,
preparations are being made to
make that place the terminal
point o f the new line. Shops like
ly will be built there eventually.
Ample yard fa«*ilities have been
provided as the company has pur
chased 100 acres of land which
can be converted to this use.
Engineers have completed the
survey of a number o f parallel
tracks through the proposed
Metolius yards. These will be
built as soon as the tracks are laid
up to that point. and they become
needed for handling the business.
Although at present it is noth
ing more than a dot on the blue
print o f the new road, Matolius
promises to become one of the
most important towns in Central
Oregon, even rivaling Bend, the
ultimate terminus o f the Oregon
Trunk. It has been announced
that whatever improvements the
company makes, such aa terminal
yards and shops, will be made at
A number of other towns are
taking form between the river
and the present terminus. Mad
ras is one o f the largest o f these.
At present these places are de
signated merely by the respect
ive mileposts nearest them.
Some of the settlements are not
yet large enough or lack the nec-
cessary permanency to hear the
dignity of a name.
B R O S ’.
WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD IT’S SO
The mission of our advertisements is to tell you our store news.
It is an
economical method by which we can talk to ALL the people at once.
ever, our advertising will not be effective, will not bring visitors and cus
tomers to the store, unless it is believed.
Therefore, as a sensible business proposition, it behooves us to state only
the truth about our store and merchandise.
In adhering to this principle, we have a right to expect that our printed
announcements will be believed— believed implicitly— and we promise you
here never to publish an untruth, no matter how great the temptation may
be for us to meet the advertisements of other stores.
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED
On the following lines of goods
’ and in order to move them off quick
have priced them down.
early to get your selection.
Ehret’s New Store
Crowded all Day
W e have now on exhibition a complete stock o f the above
goods from the cheap toys to the costly presents.
thing for young and old, and we have priced them so that
they are within the reach o f all.
COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY W HILE
THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
WE W ILL STORE THEM
FREE OF CHARGE FOR YOU.
For the Coming Week We Offer While They Last
A beautiful set o f Press Glass " Fine, Choice Dried Apricots,
16 2-3c per lb.
Sugar and Creamers, that would be
good values at 50c, for 15c a pair.
Redmond Concert Band Fur-
ni.shes Music Dur-
in the Evening
Boys’ All Wool Sweater Coats,
All wool Knit Wristlets,
50 d o /, pr. knit wrist Canvas Gloves,
Limited 1 doz. pair to person.
Slicker Coats, regular length,
extra long length
Special Reduction or Men's
HIGH TOP SHOES
Sizes 6, 6 £ , 7, 7£ and 8
Last Saturday, the day adver
tised for the opening o f Ehret
Bros, in their new brick store on
north Sixth street, witnessed a
large crowd gathered there to
help dedicate the largest depart
ment store in Central Oregon, in
its new* quarters.
The store was tastily decorated
for the occasion and the large
stock o f goods displayed to the
best advantage for the buying
public. This store is 50x75 feet,
and is filled with everything a
customer could desire from the
smallest purchase to the largest
in the general merchandise and
department store line.
From a small beginning in a
store on the corner o f Sixth and
E streets Ehret Bros, have built
up one o f the largest mercantile
businesses in Crook
They draw trade from many
miles in every direction, and their CAN NOW’ T A L K OVER
THE LONG DISTANCE
among the throng some of the
very first customers the firm ever
sold to, thus showing that the
firm has given satisfaction while
Twenty-four Hour Service
being in business here.
Inaugurated at the
Every lady who visited the
store was presented with a hand
some souvenier, to commemorate
Following is the program given
during the evening from 8 to 10 j • Manager McLallin of the Des
o'clock by the Redmond Concert chutes Valley Telephone Co. of
this city stated to The Spokesman
this week that his company had
Waltz- The Fairies Ball.
entered into a contract with the
Three Step— Moon Winks.
Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph
Quickstep Corporal of
the Co., the long distance company,
for handling toll service for them.
Polka -Ah, There.
This means that the local ex
Cakewalk Appalachacolaola. change will be connected with
the long distance line.
Subcribers to the local service
Waltz—Approach o f Spring.
can now be switched directly on
Two Step Clo. Johnsons Cake- to the long distance line, thus ob
viating the bother that has prev
E. L . R A P P
“The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
PHONE SERVICE CO. VALUATION
IS IMPROVED IS INCREASED
Local Line Is Con- $1,288,587 Increase
Over the 1909
TOTAL VALU ATION
FOR 1910 IS $9,199,008
All Kinds of Property Show
Through the courtesy o f Coun
ty Assessor J. D. LaFollette, The
Spokesman is enabled to give its
readers the tax roll o f Crook
county for 1910. as equalized by
the county board of equalization.
The amount of the assessable
property in the county for 1910 is
$9.199.008 as against $7,910.421
for 1909, an increase of $1,288,-
587 for the present year.
Following is the complete sum
Acres cultivated Isnd 96.015 $ 895,520
Acres uncul. land 1,336,101 5,445,859
Town and city lo ta ...............
Improv. on same
Improvements on land not
Irrigation canals (D. I. & P.
Co. not included)..............
Stationary engines, manu
facturing machinery, etc.
Farm implements, etc
Money, notes and accounts
Shares o f stock ...................
Household furniture, etc
Horses and mules,
Sheep and goats
Swine ......................... 1,251
iously obtained when they want
ed to use the long distance.
A new switchboard will be put
the local office here, which
Do you know that placing your
remain at its present location,
reliance upon a warranty deed is
a 24-hour service inaugurat
simply bidding for a lawsuit?
Mrs. Kennard. the present
A warranty in the deed is no
operator, will retain her
stronger than the present ability
and she will have an
o f the grantor to make good.
He may be dead when your de
Mr. McLallin further stated
fect is discovered; his estate may
the affairs of the local com-
Again, your title may be held ¡any were in excellent condition,
up as unmarketable at a time and new phones were being ord
when a sale is extremely desired. ered for installation by a number
For this annoyance you have no o f citizens and farmers.
With the local line connected
recourse on your vender. It is
with the long distance, and und
your worry not his.
If the title is g«x>d it passes er the management o f Mr. McLall
with the deed and that is all there
is to it—no need of a warranty. will rank with the best in the
If had, the addition o f a warrenty state.
Now is the time to begin think
clause does not make it good.
about your Holiday advertis
A better plan is to require an
e ttin g up something that
you trade. The Spokes
Don’t go to law.
Sixth street has been in pret-
a position and has th<;
Crook County Abstract Co. (Inc.) , ty bad condition this week, im
circulation to do you good in this
peding travel to freighters and
(Wc photograph the records.) others. The city is having this line. Let us help you out ami
put some money in your pocket
Frank Zumwalt o f this city. street graded and when the same by newspaper publicity.
is finished there will be a notice
Friday received a wire fmm Wa-
able difference in the drainage
mic, near The Dalles, that his
Tuesday is Election Day
system. It is proposed to gut
father had shot himself, and to
Do not forget that next Tu«*-
come immediately. There were ter and crown the street for sev day is election day for city offi
no further paticulars and Frank eral blocks.
cers. A full set o f city officers
and his brother Lee left at once
are to be voted for.
for their parent’s home.
LARGEST STOCK OF THESE GOODS
EVER SHOWN IN THIS SECTION
$1.50 PER YEAR
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