The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, March 14, 1912, Image 1

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THE REDMOND SPOKESMAN
VOLUME 2.
No. 36.
FTEEN ELK
FOR THIS STATE
ted Slates Government Do
nates That Number to
Oregon Parks.
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REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912.
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I a an
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t a knit an a r tt v r ltit«*r«*at In a lu rttu g
ih la fund, w h lrh a III not to tal rnorr
ihuti 91000IN)
T h r 1*0(1 land h n lgr
h* ad rd th r auha« rlp llofi llttl w ith A
d on ation of 910000. fo llo w ed q u irk
ly h) ih«» l*rttdi«i« ti A lb a n y and l«n
U ra n d r loclg« a
Th«» prop!«« o f Kn
l«»rprla«* J» •«»pli, W a llo w a and o th r r
1 o w n a h a v r al«» co n trib u te d «*tithu«l-
u atlca lly
A • m all Aunt r n n a ln t to cotnptoto
TO P A S H KK HERE 1 hr hind, and th«* Kvrnlug Talrgrum,
■ in M arch N, at th e P o rtlan d I’ ntnn
«D ockyards, o f a c a rlo a d o f lo t hoaa
T h e y took th e top p ric e o f I ht- a--a-
aoii $•; irr» p er hundred w e ig h t
The
m oat s ig n ific a n t fe a tu re o f th« tran s-
lu lle n « a a th aï lh e y had Ix^-ri fat
ten ed on a lfa lfa and fin ish ed on
» h e a t, th e to ta l coat to th e g ro w e rs
heilig | i '.o |« r h u n d í-d w eigh t.
T h e h o g s » e r e loaded at O p al O t y
and Mudrua. •>< head h e lo n g ln g to
th e llti|i|«lti C re e k à I .and C om piiny
and «U head lo C M K lk ln a of l’ rln e
v ille
T h e u lo c k y ard u ofllelula w e r e d e
ligh te d o v e r th e tr a n s a c tio n ; th ey
any It la u iiioal v a lu a b le ob je c t lea
«on on i h<< « h a n ge frinii r a n ge and
bo n an za w h ea t r a n eh in g tti Intensi
tled f a n n i n g con dition s
l
land. 11 )rcr« •II Is a c tin g aa c u s
Italian
>1) of Ih«» fund
S u b s c rip tio n s
at«» t »clin? rcc ■ U . -1 d a lli
ra n a ln a
|nllUtltillH \»k«-«l for In 11 r!|i from 1! • « 9 to in nu In «»r«l«*r.
h o * «* ► rer. 1(1 Co «tipi» w It h th«» com !!
E\| m iih 4 h of Shipping
tlona MURID. t.|« «| b j 1he (1ov ««rum«« nt.
tu Wintern Homi*.
■ mall 1 am ount» from a ll piirta o f th«*
A ia lr ar«« h«*!flg AMV. 1
Ornati U a
11 « *t)A and 1imllv Id nal» h a le 1 « • ■ ) n d <*< 1
Oregon T runk Railroad Has
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Good Buildings Along
I RC$lll)K |»ur|»o«o*
A tuiiu h 1 a ho pin g to romplrl«< th r gailtc-ring
I
f Ih»*»«* Atiiin.il«» l o i a
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n «if ih«* fund b r fo t«* M arch lo th , w hen
Entire Line.
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A
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t f .1 1.0 I ■ 11 III « • tit
T h e O reg 11 T ru n k ra ilro a d h e lle ve a
Mti* a it»! am * n o » ««it th H r * a y It I m ttrgi*d 1h.1t a ll auhat rlptlotiM I k *
bu ild in g a ra ilro a d to do th®
rtr i
in (lilA atAi»'
In tiiaib*d al ««nr«» to ib«« K k i i I iik T «*!«»•
up right and th on ru gh , and
gram . P o rtlan d Ornji«>n
A.
(Me
tilft
In
O t . - it
do
an lug ■ n that plan hua huHt a
y
•r o f stai:lot)M n Ion« it« line
whl«h rv«*r> l»n a ) cilia« n «till
tin1 re a re no town» at l-resi nL
*»*«« p la ce s th«* rallroud has put
lai»»
Il H a » I
n»i»r«M *iM
>nm»o«llotitt «l«*|K>tN. htmot-M for
lío»« rn iiirn l
f!P lai* th at o u r
t bi­
tall- 1 I) ntir nt«. how«'-« for th e
• am» ■ lit «!«*alrt» a h m l nf
se c tio n c re w s . and o th e r n erea a a ry
(tfiliit.»lA And, If a llo w e d . » **
■ Riad |o co m p ly a HI i Ih r coti
htilldln ga
A ll of th e h u lld ln g a a re
u n ifo rm ua to d e a ig o and ro ltir. and
Porker*
Brinjr
Top
Market
th e ir a p p e a ra n c e s e r v e to b rea k the
« Ik A lti I k » (tAAltirrd. Irtit|«n
Prices at Stock Yards
m onotony o f the lo n g rid e th ro u gh
<11 Ih r W a 1 U* a a KPr«*at II*
th e la-M -hutra can y o n
from * hl« h piar«» th e y w ill
in Portland.
In th e c o u rs e of tim e to w n s w ill
(rttmiPil ih n *u* ho ut ih® §i4 *r
no d o u b t grow up arou n d th ea e »tu
» |>to|a|Kl«i
ItiAam urh m th«*
I*i rtlan -l
Or«*. M atch
IS
iS |n >- tlon a
T h e p o licy o f th e ro ad . It
turnt hAA |»rm ldrd Ih r ani
A n e * •'(> In th e »1 \ <• I < 11>- »cerna, ha» been to m a k e th e ata
nd a piar«* fo r I h r hi to roam . r|«l i
I*r«*n profit mm d th at Ih r prop!«» nient «if C e n tra l O reg o n anil the Des- tlon a Drat and th en let th e to w n s
atr Ahmild pl«<l««» th«*niM«d%r«t chute» Valle» liegan » lift th e re ceip t grow up a fte r
BUILDS STATIONS
AHEAD OF COUNTRY
CENTRAL OREGON IS
. SHIPPING OUT HOGS
Per Year, $1.50.
Single Copy, 5 cent*.
REDMOND CAN
DEUVER GOODS Ice Cream and Sodas
No Claims Are Put Forth But
What Can Be Fully
Substantiated.
We are now serving the Famous Juniper
Ice Cream manufactured by the Redmond
Creamery Co.— the best cream that is made.
Come in and try this— you will like it.
A t the soda fountain we are serving all
kinds o f hot and cold drinks.
All our re­
freshments are served in a clean and sani­
tary manner, in an attractive place.
THE RESULT IS A
SATISFIED PEOPLE
-
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i
:
CANDIES— Always Fresh
Misrepresentation Doe* Not En­
ter Into Our Plan* for Ob­
taining Publicity.
We desire to impress upon your mind the
fact that our Candies are the best in the
market, and always fresh.
W e are now
selling the Ideal line of Chocolates— the
best that are mane.
All Kinds of Fruits
It ha» been th e aim o f th e R od -1
mond t'o m n ie rrla l C lu b , th e bitainesa
m en and n e w s p a p e r s h e re In R e d ­
mond to s t a t e n o th in g hut th e tru th I
about th la se c tio n w hen » (leakin g o f
o r a d v e r tis in g
R edm on d
and
th e
R edm on d Irla trlrt. T h e tru th is good j
en o ugh fo r ua, fo r w e h a v e th e coun
tr y to b a rk up ou r c la im s w ith .
It baa n ot been th e p r a c tic e to |
c la im fo r th la ai-ctlon e v e r y th in g on
e a r th , a b o v e th e e a r th and b elo w th e
e a rth , dmt w e h a v e told th e o u ts id e
w orld Just w h at w e h a v e h e re, and
w hen p eop le c a m e and sa w fo r th em
sa tia fied s e t t le r » a a a b e tte r
s e lv e s w h at w e bad, th e y w e re s a tis ­ o h
a d v e rtis e m e n t fo r th e c o u n try th an
fied.
W e h a v e fo llo w ed th la lin e o f pu b­ a dozen d is sa tis fie d ones.
W e h a v e a d v e rtis e d th is a s an ir r i­
licity w o rk fo r th is se c tio n front th e
begin n in g, and th e re s u lt h a s been g a te d s e c tio n — c n e o f th e g a rd en
th a t th e |ieople w h o h a v e co m e here sp o ts o f th e s ta te — a n d th e r e s u lts
th is a ss e rtio n .
The
anil lo ca te d h a v e been s a tis fie d w ith h a v e p ro ved
c o n d itio n s. T h e y k n ew Just w h at to g ra in s, g r a s s e s , p o ta to e s and v e g ­
e ta b le s th a t h a v e b e e n ra ised d u rin g
e x p e c t, and w e re not d isa p p o in te d .
It has liven th e th e o ry o f th e pu b­ th e p a st tw o s e a so n s w ill a m p ly
licity c a m p a ig n from th is se c tio n th at c o n v in c e a n y o n e th a t n o b e tte r s e c ­
tio n In th e s t a t e c a n be fou nd th an
r ig h t h e r e In th e R edm on d D fstrlct.
T ru th In a d v e r tis in g a lw a y s p a ys.
always in stock.
M E N D E N H A L L ’S
c ro p o f a ll k in d s a s in a n y p r e v io u s
y e a r.
T h is se a so n w e a th e r c o n d itio n s a r«
ideal, and th e p re d ic tio n s a r e fo r a
b u m p e r c ro p o f a ll k in ds.
L a s t w e e k w a s s u re ly a w e t slo p p y
w e e k In R edm on d. T h e fa ll o f sn o w
m ade th e ro a d s bad. a n d a ll k in d s
o f tr a v e lin g w a s d ifficu lt.
S till th e
p eop le d id n ot c o m p la in t, fo r th e
sn ow m ean a g r e a t d e a l to th is s e c ­
tion . a s It w ill p u t th e so il in go od
co n d itio n fo r th e c ro p th is y e a r.
RECENT SNOW DEPOT HERE IS
MUCH BENEFIT BEST IN STATE
This Space is Reserved for
C. A. PARVIN
& CO.
of
Last W eek’s Storm General Best o f Material W as Used
Throughout This Section
Throughout the Entire
o f the State.
Construction.
(.ROUND IN CONDITION
WILL BE COMPLETED
TO RECEIVE MOISTURE
ABOUT FIRST OF APRIL
Both Irrigated and Dry Farming Contracting Firm From Portland
l.ands Are Thus Assured
Have Taken Special Pride
Plenty o f Water.
in the Building.
T h e sn o w
n ot q u ite
on e. did
of
th e
McMinnville
Who have bought out
Ehret Bros Store here
Watch for their Announcement
in later issue o f Spokesman
th e
sto rm
la s t
as heavy
as
w eek,
th e
w h ile
p re v io u s
m ore good fo r th is se c tio n
c o u n try
w a te r
from
fo r th e
tn e
reaso n
m e ltin g
th a t
snow-
w o n t rig h t dow n Into th e grou nd .
T h e tim e o f th e fo rm e r sn ow th e
grou nd w a s fro ze n , a n d w h en th e
sn ow w e n t ofT th e w a te r did n o t go
in to th e so il to a n y g r e a t d ep th ,
w h ile th is
tim e
th e grou n d
had
th a w ed o u t. and a ll o f th e w a te r
so a k ed in to a c o n s id e r a b le depth.
T h e sto rm w a s p re tty g e n e ra l In
th e c o u n ty . It re a ch e d n o rth in th e
d r y fa rm in g se c tio n a s fa r a s G a te ­
w ay. above
M ad ras, and a ll th e
c o u n try in th e v ic in ity o f A g e n c y
P la in s. M ad ras. M e to llu s and C u lv e r
w ill be g r e a tly ben efited.
80 fa r th is w in te r th e co n d itio n s
h a v e b een m o st fa v o r a b le fo r an
e x c e lle n t cro p th e c o m in g se a so n .
T h e r e h a s been a b u n d a n ce o f ra in
and sn o w , and th e ra n c h e r s a ll p re­
d ic t an e x c e lle n t g r o w in g sea so n ,
la ist y e a r th e sp r in g w a s v e r y late.
T h e m o n th o f M arch w a s lik e a
su m m e r m on th, and d u rin g A p ril
and M ay and p a rt o f Ju n e th e
w e a th e r w a s cold a n d re ta rd e d th e
1 crop . S till, a fte r a ll, th e c ro p In th is
se ctio n w a s s a tis fa c to r y fo r w h en
w a rm w e a th e r c a m e It w a s ju s t th e
I rig h t kin d fo r c ro p m a k in g , and for
j abou t 90 d a y s n o b e tt e r w e a th e r
cou ld be d e s ire d , and th e re s u lt w as
1 th a t C ro o k c o u n ty g r e w a s good a
F ra n k C. I.eD ou x, o f th e firm o f
L e D o u x & L e D o u x , th e P o rtla n d co n ­
tr a c to r s on th e n ew sto n e d e p o t th e
O reg o n T r u n k ra ilro a d is b u ild in g
h e re, h a s c o n tin u e d to w o rk r ig h t
on th ro u g h th e sto rm y w e a th e r, and
h as m a n a g e d to ge t th e ro o f on th e
s tru c tu re .
H e is n ow ru sh in g th e
p la s te r in g and o th e r w o rk to c o m p le ­
tion.
H e is a lso p u ttin g In a b o u t
on e foot o f fill th ro u g h o u t th e b u ild ­
in g. in c lu d in g a fou r-in ch c o n c r e te
b a se fo r T e r r a z o floor, w h ich h e in ­
te n d s to h a v e p la ce d th is w e e k .
T h is firm h a s th e c o n tr a c t fo r th e
e n tir e
b u ild in g , e x c e p t th e sto n e
w o rk , and th e y in ten d to h a v e th e
s tr u c tu r e c o m p le te d b y th e en d o f
th e m o n th .
F. X . L e D o u x . s e n io r
m e m b e r o f th e Arm . m a d e a s h o rt
v is it h e r e la s t w e e k and w a s w e ll
p le a se d w ith th e rap id p ro g re s s th a t
is b e in g m ad e.
The
c o n tr a c to r s s ta te
th a t th e
b u ild in g w ill be th e b e s t o f its k in d
in th e s ta te .
T h e y h a v e u se d p la te
g la s s th ro u g h o u t In th e d o o rs and
w in d o w s. T h e e n tire p a in tin g Is th e
b e s t th re e -co a t w o rk .
T h e m a s s iv e
ro o f Is fin ish e d in op en r a ft e r e ffe c t,
w h ich w ill be sta in e d and v a rn is h e d ,
w h ic h w ill p re s e n t ^ p le a s in g and
a t tr a c tiv e
a p p ea ra n c e .
T h e o ffice
floor w ill b e laid w ith th e b e st flr,
and th e w a itin g room and p a s s a g e s
w ill be o f T e rra x o . a c ru sh e d b la c k
and w h ite Ita lia n m a rb le, p olish ed ,
g iv in g a v e r y n ice e ffe c t, a n d a floor
th a t is In d estru ctib le .