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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1912)
THE REDMOND SPOKESMAN
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1912.
• «|»llal hrn* If «*• would Inin« out
»11 of III. iMHMlbllltl).» that exist in
iln> country and make the virgin
I k ii .I pay dlvldenda
T h » rllm n llr
eoiKlIllinia uiiil lh » Bull hua been
thoroughly i»aiM| and lh,. future
d e l» nds entirely , , ii u,u sel.-nilflr
lllliiia of il». I. iiii I, iiii- pureltaae ami
/ WITH STONE
«lockin g » Uh ili*. beat u| horaea unit
•lalry n m ,
undant Capital Now Avail
able for Ranchers in
1.1. ME MEANS OK
monti Rank of Cummerrr in it
Pom lion lo It«* of M m U tìu I
Help to Ranrhem.
r to IttttnMit foreign «a bitai III
!» « «Mintry. u nti • ■i.«-rt»|i) l u »
»«•«• h fra«* of lh«* llodinoml r«mn
ream »it* for I hl« I* Iht* fart
rapitali«!« lu v « al«a>s
or U-« gti«|ilri«mi of an Ir ri
;1 ('«»untry, a» thorn la imi many
i a f«-«*Unu of muni ta'iity
4 to *alt*r right«
Itn wer, o f ilir- it<i|tnoml Itank
i tnmrrr®. a(at«m that (h r bank
-rii « o r k in « to lnt«*r«at capital
Lut until th«' «iv r u t k n «»f Hit*
run tract M a n r n (V n tra l O r^
It* ita lio ti
the* H talr
lita n ), ha« had litt)«* or no
I* i»Atik ha« m»w. h o «**y «r, m
K» «I rapltal and 1« |>npa»«M tu
t> Inaila (»n lm|*ft»%rd land«
li a im an» tw »tr lo th r country
««m i»! al Arai appear
T o pur
p tho Und. In*! rigiro «od «tock
ntum a rr
capita! than many of
bave c«»unt«'d t»n. and
, icauli rntirh «*f « hit l»*ai land
Ih- « h l l r II «hmild N* pr»H|tjrln»i,
><M»lutcly nrcraaary tu Inlrrrat
Mu aoin. Uni.. paat M,» Hank of
t'oniiin il .- h »» l»'»ii «applying ftimla
foi ih<- pmrbaa» of ilalry amt aiork
••alii» amt a number of th» fnrtn»ra
In ihl» vlrlnlty ami In th» Mlatera
territory h at» availed Ihetnaelvea of
ihu opiKirtnnlly ami now hav» n
•'»Ileal ilalry h»r<la that ar» paying
I h,* hank 1» to 1 ». congratulated
In th» »land II haa taken for the
uphul.dllig of lh«- country and the
lot al atlpport It hai glten tii every b u n d i n g
public moVl inen! that tend« to make
Iti'dmoml a bigger, better and busier
town and 11 b am rounding country
the home of the true home builder.
Per Year, $1.50.
Eugene part lea who have not yet
been heard from In th» matter, hut
It la aoppoaed they will join with
the other property owners and put
up a 25x110 twoatory building.
With the building up of the burned
dixtrtet with atone hulldlnga Hedmoml
will enter upon an era of atone build
ing that will mareh right ahead, and
It la predicted that in the future
very few frume hulldlnga will be built
In ihe city.
With the New
August Anderson and W . H.
SILVER M ED AL CONTEST
Anderson (o Rebuild
D R A W S U R G E CRO W D
M ASONS ORGANIZE A
LODGE IN REDM OND
Orjfunizalion IVrfWtod and
Tull Set o f OllictTM
Turaitay night. Feti 27lh. the Ma
»olia of I b i » city im i f,,r 111» pur
!»■*» of organising a lodge here, and
ih » following olDeera were elected
\V M J w llrewer.
Mr lievi on J ob II. Jacknon
Hec XV ni (i l’hiwnll.
I Y M um h
The other otltcera neceaaarjr In
carry on the worklnga ot th« lodge
will li» appointed by thè W M
l->»i .Saturday nlgbt a delegation
■ if nine M»s<n» from here went to,
Prllteyllle to vlalt the Ma*ontc todgej
there and wltn«wa the ceremony o f
ronferrlng the Unit and aecand do
The ItedMiond delegation were
royally entertained and at ihe ron-
rlnalon of the ritual work a tanque!
waa aerved In honor of th» vUttora
Thoa» who att»nd»d were J. W.
Ilr»w »r. U‘>y A Ituali. Mr Myer, Mr
I a*w la. Mr l»avla. Mr Mhackel. ( '
II Fry and (}»<■ Kohl
at our Store we are better prepared than ever
to take care of your wants in the
IntereHting Program Pre-
Hcnted Under Auspice«
BE TWO STORY
of W. C. T. U.
w il l
Nativi* Stoni* to 111* I' him I and
, Construction Rushed
The allrer medal conteala given
laat Friday night at the M E. church
under th» auaplcea of the loeal W
C T U.( waa well attended, and the
audience fully appreciated the pro
The medal waa
won by Kva Brown. Following 1« the
program aa given:
Invocation.................. Rev. Crenshaw
Hymn ................................... Selected
Reading ..........."Fledge With Wine"
Mrs Oreeta Sherwood
Solo. . .......... "The Mother's Prayer"
Mr*. G A M IJII.v.
No. I. ..................... "The Surrender"
No. 2. "The l.lght From Oyer the
No. 3. ......................................... "N e ll"
Solo .............. "Hetty and the Baby"
C A. Ordway.
"The Honest Rumseller's
........."The Father's Prayer"
Music ....................................... Choir
No. 6 ........."W ho Killed J o e » Baby"
Music ................................... Selected
Voluntary............ M l*» Echo Ordway
I n s t r u m e n t a nd
Office Supply Line.
It la now a »»tiled fact that noni»
of Hi» liiilldlnv» In the burned dia-
trlct will he retiutlt Iriiuiodlately, and
rebuilt of atone In a »ubstantlal man
Native atone will tie uaed, and
the building» will add greatly lo Ih»
appearance of Mlkth alreet between
K and F.
Augnai Anderaon who owna th«
land where the hulldlnga »(ond lent
.............. upled by The .Spokesman
and Wright A Itelmore. haa atated
that he will Immediately liegln the
erection of a two »tory COxKn afone
The Spokesman ha» ]ea»»d
ih » lower floor. the »am » location
where they were prevlnua to the
lire, and Wright A Deimore have
al»o entered Into a leaae with Mr.
Xnderson for their former quaitera.
Th» upper floor Mr Anderson »a y»
li» will have no trouble In renting,
and taking these matter» Into coosld-
erntton he aa>» he la warranted In
putting up a line atone building
XV II lliildi» who owna the 25 feet
of land adjoining Mr Anderson, haa
algnlfled hla Intention o f putting up
a 25x»o twoatory building, to be uaed
for hla bakery and caah grocery.
The Baptist» will have regular ser-
The property where Mahera hard xrtoaa a’ U m m k chareh next Sun ly ,
ware afore waa localed. la owned by 1
. «, foreman and evening.
Single Copy, 5 cent«.
Come in and see how well we
can serve you.
FIRST CREAM EHRET BROS.
r u n .
Kedmond Iream ery to . ray s rioneer Merchants SeU Out
to Parties From
$ 2 3 0 5 in the First
LIST OF PATRONS
HAD THE LARGEST
ARE GIVEN HERE
STORE IN COUNTY
| Ranchers Are Urjred to Buy a Messrs. Ehret Undecided As to
Good Grade of Dairy
W hat Business They
Cows on Start.
Will Enframe In.
This Space is R eserved for
C. A. PARVIN
& C 0 .
M cM innville
Who have bought out
Ehret Bros Store here
W atch for their A nnouncem ent
in later issue o f Spokesm an
The first of this month, Mr Meyer,
manager o f the Redmond Creamery
Company, issued the
monthly cream check» to the patrons
of the creamery.
fart that the creamery haa been in
operation only twelve day*, the total
amount of business done was a very
creditable »tart and the prospects
for the future are very bright.
We are publishing below the names
of the patrons and the amount ot
their cream check.
slve dairymen have a right, indeed,
to feel proud of the fact that they
are. so-to-speak. the charter mem
ber* of the Redmond Creamery and
through their kind assistance en
courage home industry.
The number of cows of the various
patrons varies from two to twenty
cows. Also a few patrons have had
only one delivery of cream and
consequently the figures do not prove
very much, ns to the profits In dairy
ing; however these figures ought to
encourage others to enter the dairy
ing business, as it alone makes for
prosperity and stability in this sec
tion of Central Oregon:
E C. Hankel.............................. *3$ 00
J. O. Hansen............................ 25.«4
J. B. Hod son............................ 21.21
A. D. O ster............................... 20.36
I. L. Harader............................
O. O. Hunter............................. 13.30
R. M. E b y.................................. 13.21
J. W. Livingston....................... 14 94
Ralph McCauley ...................... 12.97
XV H. Oakes............................
W F Fry rear........................... 12 05
R. O. Andrews........................... 11.75
C. D. Jerret..............................
Jacob Mister ............................
F. A. 1 .awton.............................
A great many ranchers are desir
ous of purchasing good cows, if they
only knew where to get them and
at what prices.
The best solution
for this problem seems to be the
suggestions offered by Mr Meyer,
that the men Interested in cows meet
some certain day at a central place
and elect a good, honest, reliable
dairyman to go to the Valley and
purchase cows. The ranchers must
sign a written agreement giving ex
act Information as to the breed, age.
and other good points in the cows
Thl* information la simply
for the delegate appointed, so he
knows what kind of cow to buy, and
also has the assurance that the cow
will he taken when It arrives here
The freight In carload lota, thirty
cows In a car, will be *90. making
*3 per head.
Other expenses are
The news was made public here
last Saturday that Ehret Bros of
this city, proprietors of the largest
department store in Crook county,
had sold out to C. A. Parvin & Co.,
Ehret Bros, started the first store
in Redmond about six years ago,
and until last year conducted the
business on the corner of Sixth and
E streets. In the fall of 1910 they
erected a brick store 50x75 feet, two
stories, on the corner o f Sixth and
C streets, and stocked it with a line
of department store goods.
carried an immense stock, the larg
est in the county, and enjoyed a
The deal they have made with C.
A. Parvin & Co. carries with It the
store building as well as the stock
of goods. It is understood that part
of the sale consideration waa some
excellent wheat land near Arlington,
this state— about 1400 acre*.
C. A. Parvin & Co. are successful
merchants at McMinnville.
are shrewd, hard-headed business
men. and their deciding to locate in
Redmond is another indication that
capital is looking this way for In
vestment snd has fslth in the future
of this section of the state.
Spokesman, on behalf of the citizens
of Redmond and the Redmond dis
trict, welcomes the new firm to the
city, snd extends to them the glad
hand o f friendship.
about *2 per head That means that
cows can be laid down here at *5
per head and nobody makes a profit,
you simply get the cows at cost.
Good Jersey cows can be pur
chased at Albany from *50 to *60
These cows are from
three to six years old. and good
milkers. There Is a party at Albany
who Is willing to bring a carload
over here if he has the assurance
that he can dispose of them.
is also willing to accept your notes
for the cows, or the hanks here in
Redmond are ready to furnish the
XX'ash.. they have a scheme by which
the hanks ioan money and the cream
ery pays half o f the cream checT
to the bank to apply on the cows
until they are paid for.
t’ nless we are alt ready to help,
the development o f the eountry
around here will he very slow Buy
ing cows is not a losing game, even
if you have to buy them on the in
stallment plan, aa there Is always a
market for your cream. A good cow
will pay for herself In one season
and leave a neat little profit besides.