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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
VOL 2. No. 2
11.60 PER YEAR
REDMOND, ( HOOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1011
and it carries for Linding the
Hillman Commercial Club it wax
city, they will buy the Lmdft. «
decided to vote on changing the
The council axked the company
name of the town of Hillman.
to outline their mode of proced
All the inhabitants of the town
ure in calling another election
and vicinity voted and the name
und expressed their willingness
finally selected in place of Hill
to comply with their instructions
man wax Smithroek, which
in the matter.
received 28 votes. All other
City Recorder Phoenix yester
names received 2It votes combin-
day received a letter from the
«•«1, and no other name received
company xtuting that the pn|<erx
more than (i votes. The Oregon
containing instructions for a new
Trunk R. R. people were anxious
election were on the way. and it
to have the name of Hillman
la understood that iixmmii ax they
changetl and most of the residents
I have just received a large
are received the council will take
of the town were heartily in ac
some action in the matter.
cord with the movement Here
shipment of these celebrated
Il hax been determined that an
after Hillman will be known ax
goods in Spring and Summer
additional $21*10 will L* neces
sary for the construction of the WORK COMPLETED
weights and styles.
AKK INVOLVED water system, making a total of
BY OCTOBER FIRST DiNtrict Engineer
I want you to see this line of
$27 000. and the Lmd company
tu ('lone Office
has agreed to take the $27. (XXI is
Lyman Griswold, district engi
sue of I Minds if the city votes for
for the Oregon Trunk Rail
for I am certain you will be
Claim I n Mude by Co. That same.
New Building Will Be 72x76 neer
N«1I Ll« < lion Will
satisfied with the goods, fit and
Feet and Contain
ras. will close his office about
the first of August as his work
price. Better come in today.
Sidew tilks In
At the meeting of the city
He recently ma«le an inspection
council Tueday night it w ax de
the rua«l from Madras to Bend.
Tli'' Denver Imnd firm with cided to have all the sidewalks At the recent meeting of the
which the city him lieen negutiat- on 6th street between C and F school L>ar«l to act on bids sub-
ing for the Hide of $2ft,0U0 street that are now in. leveled mitted for enlarging the school
of tiiunici|uil wster L»n«L voted to the established grade at once, building. Bevard ¿St (.¡ant, con
for at the lust election for install- and also to order the building of tractors of this city, wax award
ing u water works system for the walks on tioth sides of the street ed the contract on their bid of
city, has informed the city eoun- in the alsive territory where n&
and assisted in making the occa
cil that they cannot buy the Linda there are no walks at present. There were three bids sub- Since last Friday Redmond and
sion an enjoyable and interesting
na their attorney has <|ur*ti«)n«-d The council wax of the opinion mitted
& (¡ant, Ben (¡ot vicinity has been experiencing a
the legality of the way in which that the sidewalk matter . had ter and Bevard
Erickson. The hot wave that is unusual for this
been delayed long enough and figures of Swan
There were about twenty-five
the election wax called.
latter two bidders section of the state. Some of the
Fellow’s here who belonged
Ti e L»nd coni|»any claims that now intend to have the work wax not the
made public by the nights even have been very
order in other places who
the election should have been completed immediately.
warm, and that is a strange con
a large class of can
held under the initiative and rvf-
The con tract calls for the re dition for Crook county for gener
erei turn, and the petition railing
modeling of the present school ally the nights here are cool
a good siz
for the election ahould have come
puilding and enlarging it to 72x enough to require blankets »or
ftroi the citizens to the council
7t> feet, making an 8-room school covering even after the hottest
After the initiation ceremonies
lwt< ad of originating in the
concluded the lodge mem
G0Ui.< il and licing referred to the creamery established in this house.
Work on the building will be During the hot spell what little
down to a sumptuous
dU/<-na ax wax done.
district, sign up on the lists commenced
and must wind prevailed came from the
Ehret Bros, and Lynch ¿it lie completed at by once
by the ladies of
The Lmd company hax written at Roliertx
October first, in north and w as hot. The winds
in the Hotel
the council that a new election of cows stores
time for the fall school term. from the west, which come off
%aill lie necoctary in order to com* cream from you Sept, will lat furnish
the snow capped mountains aLiut
The following officers were
ply with what they construe is hundred will have to Three
be se Name of Hillman
the legal intent of the law. and cured before the creamery
an«l relief during the hot weather, LOIKÍE STARTS OFF
Noble Grand—W. L. Wilson.
that if xuch an election is held, can lie starte«!.
WITH .31 MEMBERS Vice Grand—W. L. Gregory.
in Conformity w ith their ideas.
At a meeting last week of the been in the north and south.
Sec.—J. A. Thompson.
During the hottest part of the
- J . F. Hosch.
day the government thermometer
at the weather station here has After Ceremonies Are Over
been up to 100 degrees. None
H. R. Wolcott from near Cal
a Banquet Is Served
of the crops have been injured
in the Alberta country, has
but on the contrary have come
by M. E. Ladies
the Mitchell place of MM
along at a satisfactory rate.
Powell Buttes. He says
Haying is in full blast, and the
people from Alberta
hot weather has a tendency to
this country as
make the hay crop bettor in some The Odd Fellow s of this city they have had to enough
of the ex
sections than was expected.
organized a local lodge here last tion.
Owing to the Redmond Districtl evening
a large member
being located in the center of the , ship. The with
was Miss Ella Roberts, sister of J.
largest irrigated section of Ore divided between the work
gon there is no danger of any crop and Bend degree teams. Dele R. RoLierts of this city, is here
failure no matter how hot the gates from other lodges in the visiting her brother during her
vacation. She is a school teach
IN THE GROCERY LINE wt* have many articles
county attended the installation er in the Rose City.
WILL NOT BUY
I CITY BONDS
Ben ver Bond (o. Questions
Legality of Recent Flec
tion Held Here
Bevard & (¡ant Secure the
Work on Their Bid
E. L. R A P P
‘The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
Farmers and Ranchers
Bend and Prineville Teams
Put on the Work Here
Last Evening *
Hot Weather Goods
that are just what you want for these hot days—
foods that you don’t have to huild up a hot fire to
rook in order to serve on the table. Come in and
let us tell you more about this.
IN THE DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING LINE
we have a stock that will meet your requirements.
Why suffer discomfort and inconvenience whey by
a moderate expenditure at our store you can buy
the comfortable kind of goods.
Remember that your dollars go a long ways at our
store and have an enlarged purchasing power.
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
A DIRECT MAIL
It is learned from a reliable
source that bids have again been
called for by the postoffice de
partment for carrying the mail
«lirect from Culver Junction to
this city. Bend, and other points
south. The bills are to lie oj»en-
ed August 1st It is understood
that two parties from Madras
have put in bids.
When bids for this service
were called for previously but
one bid was received, and the
department would not consider
If a direct service is institute«!
to this city it will mean that mail
will be received here about ten
hours earlier than it is now, and
considerable time gained in the
dispatching of mails.
The Spokesman's Job
We can help you do this if you
will visit our place and let us
serve you with some of the
cooling drinks from our foun
tain, or a dish of ice cream.
You will like our goods and
W. H. ANDERSON
The Postoffice Store