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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1913)
Published at the “ Hub City” of Central Oregon
ALL CROPS ARE
COME IR E PAYS BIG PROFIT
<1 H um llrrn I’omtrd Oui I hthali« Man H uh Finest Farm 1913 SriiMtn I’ romiiteM to IU- a
A l An Ideal Diniliun
in I rwin County Inaiti«-
Dumper One for the Red-
For Surh Plant
the City Limita
mynd Dint riel
$1.50 PER YEAR
UKDMOND, CRCXJK COUNTY. OKKGON, THURSDAY, SEFTKMBKR 25. 1913
I HERE EAST WEEK
60.0(H) EOÜH SOLD IN
LOOKIN'. o\ Fit s|r| M ION
Real E state
OATS A M ) WHEAT ARE
P \HT EK.II I MONTHS
THE BEST EVER DROWN
rata uf I’título*» t.mwn Ilo* \l«o Sold *70 < hirken« in Rrnorta Continue to Come in of
THK REDMOND HANK OK COMMERCE Is prepared to make the
la V l"a Section and K cmu R m
that Time— Drought in To-
M.mirtillih Yield» of All Kindi*
beet terms on long lime HEAL ESTATE LOANS that have been made
of Drain — Rotato and Root
In Ihla territory.
Crop Promises Well
Reputation for Finent Kgg*
This bank has gone to much expense to interest capital In the
Central Oregon District and feel very much gratified at the results
I Ihn pUlll.
Iurlimi Into a money paying
i by m an ufactu ring ihn sur-
ip Into alroh ol. alarrh. glu
•o«# atri daatrratH potalo waa Iki
aaaoai < . ninni inaila by ( ' C N o n i » .
Um I aile d
Chemistry. « h u
«t ail or hare al Ihn Redm on d
irr la I (' tu b laal week
Mourn waa on a lo u r Investi
Ihn potalo prmlurllon uf Hin
«fl h a « l n « o f securing Informa
the P ini eoaat aiatna
I her* a no alarrh or glurnae farlory
oa tk roaal. Mr Mwirn explained,
aad aim department la ilaalruua uf
aaaoa >(lii| the Industry Thai thla
la a a mufari urine nnlnrprlan of run
thin dividend |.a«iiia t* plainly
by Mr Mnora'a tliu rn . that
|o IT.'.o.i.... la
aaal annually Into thn corn ball for
Mourn while hnrn am ur."I a
ar of aaiuplna of potatona grown
pin am-1 ton and made a Inal of
lu aarnrlaln thnlr alarrh run*
i|ualll Ina. anil «aa «n il
>d with ihn rnaulia obialnntl
i ta of ilo- opinion that Ri-dn.oii.l
I Ihn light lorallon fur a alarrh
Pi« and ihla m atin »III tw> lahnn
fcI•-r In Ihn anaaon Mn will send
| i ............... P O W i
an. k a
t l . i . l aun.pl.-a and «arlnll.-a of
|lona a.-nl to him from III.- IN--1
Id I’ o l a l o Show In ordnr Dial hr
malm a morn exh au stive Inal
in fully rlpnnrd polalona to aa-
p III Juat » h a t |M»r m ill of prop.-r
ron la ln for Ihn
In f a r m re o f alroh ol, alarrh. elu
and dnalrralnd potato
i>d with thn develo pm ent o f the
Im ond dlalrlrt and waa rnlhual
tl u i r r Ihn poaalldllllea of grow
■ Immenae arrwiuiea o f polalm-a
From advanre reporta of the grain
rrop yield In the Itedmond dlalrlrt.
the allowing la that the year 1913
will are one of the largeat yield# In
the ntatory of thla section
lug la not yet completed at many of
the farma and will not be for a
roupie of weeka or more Oata this
year have made a mammoth yield
both on old ground and on new
The yield on the Hutton
piare of over *3 buabela of oata to
the acre la one of the Inatanrea of
what tbla aertlon ran grow on old
Another yield, on the H. C.
Mlethe farm four mllea. north of
the rlty, of 73 1-3 buahela of oata
lo the arre on new ground, with no
fertlllier. speaks volumen for the
productIveneaa of the Boll In the Red-*
Reporta have been received at
The Spokesman office that there will
lie numerous farma that will yield
fully aa large If not larger of oat
crops than the two above
la running way up. and Is of a good
A small percentage of Ihe
wheal grown In thla section haa only
been threahed ao far. but the rropa
that have been threahed give large
ret urna |ier arre
NVhal root crops that have been
harvested ao far thla season have
yielded well Potatoes, whlrh will be
Continued on Vage 4
dug later, promise a large rrop and
will be of a good quality fully aa
large a crop to the arre aa laat year,
ao those In a position to know have
Taken all around, all kinds of
rropa In the Redmond and Vowel!
Hutte districts thla year will eclipse
nny other year alore farming waa
begun In thla part of Crook rounty
The large yield of potatoes thla
and the present outlook now
HIM 1*1 .MS 11 IN T I II IIIIIM MERE good price for same should bring a
pleasant smile to the growers. There
nut eastern i.tM i snows
will be a ready market thla year for
nil the potatoes grown In thla aer-
tlon. at a rash price.
Thn poultry Induairy In thla anc-
tlon la receiving morn and more at
tention narh year and poultry
rainera am ronatantly Improving
thnlr alork Thn ruining year antera!
Hndmond peopln arn going Into thn
raining of poultry un a large arale,
and tbn following artlrln from the
t'hrhalla. W » . Adua ala will be of
Interrai lo all who rala» rhlrkniia.
either for domra!Ir une or for thn
Contained In one half blork of rlty
pmprrty. over on the »eat aide, and
right In the rlty limita of Chrhalta. la
»h a i la admitted by all who have
anen It to I m < the fluent poultry vard
In l.nwla rounty. If not the fluent In
all Houlhaeal Washington
o »n «r of thla yard la I. K f o g a » ell.
a man «h o haa apent hla life In aludy-
Ing and learning Ihn bualunaa uf rain
ing poultry, and thla man haa made
a reputation for hlmeelf lhal la en
vied by all other poultrymrn
Mr Cogawnll keepa on hand at all
U n t r e between 1,000 and I.&U0 rhlrk-
nna tlf I hear, ilfty per rent are the
White le-ghorna. hla favorite breed
Thn other fifty per mnt la about
equally divided helaren the White
Wyandotte« aud litin Orplngloua
Mr Cogawell haa dnmonalralnd
every monih that he haa been In the
here haa been materially reduced and the true value of lands made
known to those who have money to Invest In mortgages.
Hefore negotiating a loan It would be well to call and talk the
matter over with the officers of this bank.
Interest paid on Time Deposits.
? : R. R. FROM REDMOND BEND WOMAN DROWNS
TO THE COUNTY SEAT IN DESCHUTES RIVER NOW UP TO THE VOTERS
C hap m a »
F a rm e r«
The best Fire Insurance Companies.
Safety Deposit Boxes.
SOON BE TOO LATE. SO
GEE BUSÏ IMMEDIATELY
and tM lier* to Send
,a (M t Btyle>
at The Spokesman office.
VHOJE4T HAS BEEN BROACHKl) FIFTH DROWNING AT REND IN
TO REDMOND PEOPLE
I10SB SINOS AN
EXHIBIT TO COUNTY FAIR
Through our efforts the rate of Interest that formerly maintained
WILL BUY POTATOES
IN THIS DISTRICT
C. C. Chapman, secretary of the
Oregon l*evelowurnt league, haa
sent the following to The Spokes
man In regard to securing samples
of grain, etc., from thla section for
exhibit al the eastern land shows:
•*la your community saving Ihoae MINNEAPOLIS FIRM TO HAVE A
D u s SECTION W IM . IIE W EM .
samples ao lhal you will be repre
sented In tile Oregon State Exhibit
al the eastern land ahowa Ihla fall*
••We are fitting up a storeroom
and are ready to assemble Ihe
later they will be I». E. Ryan Jt Co. W ill llu> t > All
pearly Dale of Ealr l*mrlmle» the samples here;
shipped In one large shipment to
the Potatore In l>e«rhute»
Vowalhtllty o f Showing Our
the cities where they will be dla- j
Verlshable or rush ship-
incuts may come by baggage
sure and label fully with Ihe exhibit
The Redmond dlalrlrt la well rep- tags sent out from this office. They ' The Spokesman has been Informed
by Alfred Muni of thla rlty that he
I reseti ted at Ihn t'rimk O N U B PW» have been sent lo Ihe secretary of
being held at Vrlnevllle thla week your Commercial Club, your editors haa word from l>. E Ryan * Co .
one of the largeat potato buying
J W. Ilrewer and R. C. Immele waa and othera. Shipping taka will be
firms In the United State#, that they
the roinmlttee appointed to arrange furnished direct upon request
" U t us know when we can be will send a representative here thla
the exhibit In the pavilion at the fair
fall to buy all the potatoes that are
and the display they made with the I of further aaslslance to you.
offered for sale either by the grow
"Very truly youra.
exhibits they had to work on show#
ers or dealers here. The firm will
-C. C ('ll A I’ M AN.
up well. C. II Fry. F W MrCaffery
"Secretary." i pay rash for all potatoes bought, and
and others went Into different sec
the top market price.
tions of the country tributary to Red
The advent here of a buyer from
mond anil brought In a number of
surh a well known firm as the above
grain, grass and other products for prise to even people living right In
this locality and suppoaeil to lie In ■lieaks well for the reputation the
potatoes of this section have gained
Owing lo Ihe earllneaa of Ihe fair touch with what can be grown here. |
In Ihe middle slates
dale thla year thla aertlon waa not
of cash and the buying of all the
aa well represented In the root rrop
crop will put a large amount of out
exhibit aa laat year. Thle applies the (latit A Olson gardens In this
side money Into circulation In thla
especially to the potatoes, for Ihe oily strawberries ripened Ihe middle
section and he a help to the growers
potato crop haa not yet been dug. of this month, also from Ihe llant
and business men of the cities and
and several other root rropa are yet
towns In the Deschutes valley. Red
In the ground, But taken altogether varieties of grains and graases from
mond will be the headquarters of
Redmond la making a creditable many farmers are among noine of
the buyer for the Ryan people.
showing thla year, and the exhibit the exhibits sent from here.
VAST FIVE MONTHS
PROPOSITION TO BE VOTED ON
AT NOVEMBER ELECTION
Fm|M>«ltlon Was to Throw Over Ihe Home Hack« Off Itrlilge W ith A xel County Conrt Outline« Its Policy in
Regard to Hoads in
Woman, ami Son's Help Is
for New One
o f No Avnll
Returning from a drive with her
son. and almost tn sight of her home.
Mrs. A. W. Algood was drowned at
Bend laat Thursday evening when
their horse backed off a bridge cross
ing the Iteschutea river near the mill
of the Bend Company.
Mrs. A l
good had remained In the buggy on
the bridge while her son. Roy.
stepped out to get water to take
home. He was standing behind the
buggy when the horse started to
hack and broke through the bridge
rail, carrying them both Into the
The son grasped and held hla
mother up until the current tore her
from hla hands, and he juat managed
to get ashore himself.
Mrs Algood waa 68 years old and
had lived In Bend for three years.
She leaves a husband, her son. Roy.
and two married daughters. Mrs. J.
K Kngebretaon of Bend, and Mrs.
Herbert Finley of Texas.
Ihe fifth drowning In the Deschutes
. at Bend In the past five months.
Mrs. Algood'a body was found
"Did you have a bad toothache?"
" I think so. but If you know of about 10:80 o’clock Friday morn
ing at a point nearly a quarter of
any other kind of a toothache, per
a mile below the bridge.
haps It waa that kind I had."
floating on th* surface. Indicating
that death came from the shock
A classified advertisement la a rather than drowning.
tireless work hunter, and seldom
The Spokesman for good printing.
Alexander Hamilton of Prlhevllle.
was In Redmond laat week Interview
ing some of the principal business
men (o And out their opinion In re
gard to promoting an electric rail
road from thla city to Prlnevllle.
Mr. Hamilton waa of the opinion
that a number of Influential Prlne
vllle people would favor a railroad
from this point In preferenec to the
proposed road from Metollus, pro
vided the co-operation of the Red
mond business men could be ob
No definite promlaen were made
Mr. Hamilton by the bualneaa men
here. While - they all thought It
would be a good proposition, still
they did not want to take up the
matter until It waa ascertained be
yond a doubt that the Prlnevllle
people were In favor of the line pro
Mr. Hamilton stated
he would look Into the matter
further In Prlnevllle and let the
people here know later the senti
ment of the county seat folks.
The Crook County Good Roads
Association laat Wednesday filed
with the county court the petition
for bonding the rounty for good road
purposes, says the Prlnevllle Journal.
The petition waa acted upon favor
ably and entered on the court docket.
This puts the question up to the
voters at the coming election in No
The law under which the measure
will be submitted provides for two
classes of petitions—-one with 10 per
cent of the vote cast at the last
general election for judge of the Su
preme Court, which leaves the ques
tion of bonding optional with the
county court. I. e.. whether it shall
be submitted to the voters or not;
the other petition requires 2S per
cent of the same vote, but then the
question of submitting the proposi
tion become# mandatory on the
rounty court. The petition presented
had many times more than enough
signers to make the request manda
Thla, coupled with the fact
that a large proportion of the sign
era were among the heaviest tax
payers In the county assures tho suc
cessful passage of this measure.
The only aerleua opposition to the
question that developed while signa
tures to the petition were be ng ob
tained waa from those living In the
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