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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1914)
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T I MC RKDMONI» HPOKKHMAN
PAOK T H R E E
MR HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS
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taiidaura, that tha railroad oft)'lai» company did there could not be a
»ara taking great Intera»! In thl» failure
"ritlrk together. In union
*e< Mon of Centra! llragun
' Stand there 1» strength, ami we have got to
all for on», and one for all," »aiti win." roucluded Mr James
l a l r r In Ilia availing James proponed the name of W. Fi
whan railed on for further remark» Young for membership and " l i l l l "
Kraaman brought down the wa« elected with a whoop
houaa with ht» »lory of the two la
II F* HaSouia »aid each member
dia» and the |mllta hansom and hark ■hould give a small portion of hla
lime dally, at least 10 minutes, lo P L A N * ON H H IT TO HI IMF ONFi
'S' M Hodman, pre»ldanl of tha matter» concerning lha rlub. anil In
Hall) train each way between Central Oregon point» and Portland. ♦
rlub, thanked tha mambara for the thl» way they would tie of much ben
generoua manlier In whleli they had efit to the organisation
Tourist sleeping car (berth* III.IMF). First-class coaches.
turned out at meeting» »litre ha had
Chn» II Drake, one of the new
been president of thr organIgation
member», said he was p|eu»ed to be
1 old men lai 4 lut». Ilu-lm-»» Men aud
J T Hardy, traveling freight and long to *urh a progressive organiza
Fanner« Think Favorably
paaarngrr agent of tha Oregon tion a» the Hedmond Commercial
Trunk Ity . »aid he wa* with tha rlub Club and predtrled It would be a pie
o f Project
all tha time In any movement that tent factor In the future building up
would batter thl» »ertton, and that of this »action
FTom Central (Fregón
T o C en tral (Fregon
the railroad offlrlal» felt lha »ama
Z Taliaferro »aid the ground had
I .cave R e n d ......... . . 8:30 p.m. Leave P o r t l a n d .............7:00 p.m.
way and wanted to »ae thl» rounlry been pretty well covered by remarks
Leave Itesrhutea . ,. . 8:48 p.m. Arrive M a d r a a ...............6:00 a.m.
Huslneaa men and others in the
grow, and would u»e Ihalr effort» to from preceding speakers and he was
Ix-ave Redmond . . . 9:10 p.m. Arrive M e t o llu a .............6:15 a.m.
rlty and some of the farmers in this
help along any legitímala undertak ■l a lorn for something to aay, hul
I r a v e Terrebonne . . 9:24 p.m. Arrive C u l v e r ............... 6:28
■octlon are getting Interested In the
would nay lie was proud lo belong toy proposition of the establishment of a
ing to that affari
Leave Culver . . . . . . 10:02 p.m. Arrive Terrebonne . . . 7 : 0 8 a.m.
SI A l.ymh told about the organ ■ in h a »pb-ndtd working organiza cold storage and packing plant In
I .cave Metollus . . . .10:20 p m. Arrive R e d m o n d .......... 7:23 a.m.
laatInn of the rlub. and a funny »lory tion a» tha Hedmond Commercial Redmond, and are ronslderelng the
le ave Madras . . . . . 10:30 p.m. Arrive Deschutes.......... 7:43 a.m.
on Sir M.malian and tha Crooked Club
Arrives Portland . . . 8:10 a m. Arrive B e n d ...................8:00 a.m.
II A Kendall «aid there were but
Ha talkad about tha
old timer» who had roma hare In four men In the room who ware here mond Market, has been working out
Prompt despatch of freight lietween Central Oregon anil Portland.
Ha told plan» for a buatnesa proposition of
early day* and helped build up the when he rstna lo Hedmond
and Portland and Fastern t itle«.
the above dearrlptlon. and he figures
town and rounlry. and «poke of their of lha early days and concluded his
the same ran be established here at
Connections made In Portland to and from Willamette Valley.
undying faith In thl» sertloii
Ila remarks by saying whal this section medium cost and made to |>ay.
wauled to Impre»« upon the new needed was more farmer»
Roe slates that here In Redmond is 4 Astoria and Clatsop Bearh points, Puget Sound. Spokane. Montana, "
Hr Harr suggested the new mem a good opeulng for a plant of this
member the advisability of their ex-
Colorado. St. Paul. Omaha, Kansas City and Chicago.
preealug their opinion» on matter» ber»' name» be read and they voted kind that It would be a benefit to
Fares, time schedules and other information by letter or upon
the farmers as It would buy a large
routing up liefore tha rlub at tha on, which was dona
J It Itoe said ha believed a cold quantity of rattle and hogs raised in
mealing» not to In* afraid lo put
forth Ihalr view» a» thay had Juat »• storage and packing plant here could this section, and the finished product
ni urli ttdie In the polity of lha rlub tie made a paying proposition; that rould be sold at cheaper prices than
are now paid for the Itnporjeil pro
It. H. (T o ile r. A. G. P. A.
Jut as good good» rould be put out
a» the older mamilar»
W. C. Wilkes. A. G. F. and P. A.. Portland, Ore.
Duy Fi Iioh»on
"Thl* kind of a from here a* any other place, and
This proposition has been brought
meeting d o e « me good and If the In that co-operation waa whal was to the attention of the Commercial
He Illustrated how
home , Club and the matter is being worked
tara»! In the rlub la krpt up. result» needed
Work on tha lina of made good» could be sold cheaper will, undoubtedly, make a detailed
out by some of the members who
road development will lie of great here lhan the Imported good*.
J T Hardy followed and »tated report in a short time
value to thla aoettou"
on tha matter of a railroad from this he was of the opinion that an Ire
rlly to l‘ rlnevllle and »aid II was not making plant here would pay.
C Fi. Merrlrk. manager fo the Hes-
an Improbability to have such a road
built, believed tha proposition rould rhutea Valley Creamery Co. of this
tie lined up and thought tha rlub and rlty, told what benefit the rreamery
people her* »hould gat together on had been to this whole community ;
Joe Howard »aid he would take
AH Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Will D Phoenix »poke on lha, l l o o worth of stock In a cold stor
Phones: House. 2603; Stand, 712.
growth of the rlub and the nereasily age plant If one was established In
He wanted to Impress on
of boost lug for home industria» Ila Hedmond
Leave Orders at the Redmond Pharmacy.
»aid ha ballatali It pOKsIble to es hi» hearers that hog» were the mon
Honor roll for the week ending
tablish a packing and rold storage
F ir«t Draile.
plant here, and would Ilka to see the ring again to the rold storage plant
W illie Fihret.
rlub taka som» action In the mailer ha said It would be of great benefit
W C Walker, tha tirsi pre»ld*nl to this whole community
David FToyd. *
of tha rlub. told of the hard strug rold storage our eggs, fruit, etc . and
gle» In the early days of the organi
Hr. Theo. Heletskl. In a cracker
sation. but that tha faith ami ronfi
delire lha members hail In the Jnrk of a speech, took a hard fall
future of the town and rounlry had out of the "knockers." anil sat down
kept up continual Interest In lha amidst a storm of cheers.
R E IN FO R C E D CONCRETE BUIL DING BLOCKS
L. Fi Smith spoke on the matter
Ha said ha wa» emphatically
in favor of patronising horn« Indus of the rlub having a regular Monday
These blocks are made by the wet process, giving them three
tria». and I hai every loyal citiseli noon luncheon, when the members
times the strength of a machine made block.
■hould do lha »ama
" W e must all rould come together and discuss dif
Persons goiug to build should see our material before placing
orders for any other kind.
It will pay them.
help In thl« matter and keep Ilia ferent projects, and this way keep In
ished on application.
Call on or write to
money hare and encourage home In rinse touch with each other, and he
dustry »tick together should be the urged the rlub to take souio action
F’ orest Fihlers.
HEGAUDT. E L L I O T T « CO.. REDMOND. ORE.
soon In this matter.
■logan," continued Mr SS’alker.
J R Roberts, whom the toastmas
Fid I tor Palmer »poke along the
line of the "get-together" »pirli and ter styled the "Human Fidlson Pho
»aid he was planned to see »o much nograph. ” gave a phonographic Iml- [ Orval Friend
lntara»l taken In the club and wel fation of two songs " I 'm the Only
fare of thè city and country lie was Stnr That Twinkles on Broadway.”
In favor of patronising home Indus and "H as
tria» and keeping tha money here, Kelly?" Mr Roberts was applauded
for every dollar that goes away from i to the echo and railed on for more
town I» lost lo us forever
I, Fi Smith told a humorous story was run down and he could not fa
about a stuttering man and a man vor the audience with any more.
H i n t Wright.
W. J. Hurkley told o f the early
with St Vitu» dance who were out!
Said he enjoyed being a
tlth t i r a d e
member of tha club and wa» glad the
sentiment of the club favored the In town and those living In the coun-!
adtnlnalon of farmer» to membership try. and said he was pleased to see
the what a large amount of good had
»moke In the room » » » »•> thick he resulted from the efforts of these
rollili hardly see, but he “ rould N S early meetings.
K. W. Pratt was called upon and
Itadmond going righi ahead "
I .eroy Davenport.
J, W Hrewer proposed liougla»» stated he did not see what he could
Genevi eve Ragan.
a* an hororary member of the club, say as the ground had been so amp
ly covered by previous speakers
which wa» done
After a vote of thanks was tender
j W Moore »aid that with such,
men a» J W Hrewer. W S Hodman ed by the club to I). C. F'reeman for
pictures he had j
nml Duy F!. Hobson In the club nml the entertaining
working for Its Interests ami the In
terests of the whole community the ture given, the bamiuet broke up a f
ter one o f the most pleasant aortal
club would never lie a failure.
It l,. James, superintendent of the gatherings of the business men anil
Hear hule» Power Co., said that If others ever held In Redmond.
..vary man In Central Oregon had as
I f It's to he printed, bring It to us. \ Charles Ahby.
much faith In this country as his,
PACKING PLANI ANO
COLD STORAGE HOUSE
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CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Owl for Busy People j
Save a D ay Each W ay*
T h r I la lx I uri
F iu u Iba mulla* t o iiiambara of
t h r rlub i r a i
nati dour In W K
> n s » Hedmond Drill lo thr ban
■Iuri which lha Entertainment I'om
miliar of lha rlub had arran«r<| for
a buiicry bum h amt iha)r all
pitr hm| lulo lha e i mil thing»
Im ia r hail art on lha lablaa bafora
thrm. ami for about >0 munita»
nuihlng min h waa done bul aal
Vftar lha fan! waa orar anil lha
Orar» |iaaaai| arouml Major llu»fh
alio *aa toaalmaalar. bagan lo gal
tulli alni rallaii upon a nuuibar of
thr mamilar» of lha rlub for talk»,
limiting thrm lo (Iva minuta» rack
Tlia toaalmaalar lulil « b a l lha rlub
hai ilona In lha paal, h o * much It
hml arrompllahmi, »alii that <•* nr*
mrinbara had Jolnml Iba pa»l fa*
«raba, and lhan rallad on J W
Brewer. secretary of lha ('antral Or
agon Itatratopmant liaagua, for a
Mr Brewer talkad along tha lina
of all «llrkln g togatha*
mrmbara of th* rlub to work togath
rr harmoniously for ana and. lha
good of Itadmond and till» »artlnn
lia «aid h» wa» heartily In favor of
tha rlub having Ila own rlub room,
that It would ba a piara whara farm
ar» rould gathar whan lhajr rama lo
loan, and lha farinar»' wlvaa, loo.
thaï II rould bo inadf a mailing room
»ml a piara whara lha niatnber«
rould gathar, noi only at ragular
meeting*, but at othar lima» Ila prr
'Urtali that If tho praaanl 90 mam-
liar» of tha rlub all «lurk logalhor
mid attaiiilad lha rlub iiiaallng« rag
ulnrly and pul Ihalr hoar! Into lha
•ilriaa» of tha rlub and Ilia davalop-
no'til and prosperity of Ihia Millon,
that inalila of two yaar« lha rlub
would ha In a poalllon lo build Ihalr
own rlub hnuaa and furnlah II In an
Ila »aid tha
laal i lima maatlng» of tha rlub had
barn vary aurraaaful. that all mam
bar» wara ro part liar» In lha Com-
■uarrlal Club nml all tnambara »hould
attand avary maatlng lo look altar
that ro partnership
Tha toastmaster »aid a faw word»
about tha plonaara of Ihla »art Ion ;
that thay warn anllllail to an titillili
Had amount of rradll for hinging tha
» a y for lha paopla who rama aitar
• hnm, that lha Irrigation oo ID pania»
■hould alati ba glvan rradll for Ihalr
affari» In raalalmlna lha daaarl land
•loa Howard followad and gava a
• alk about aarly day» In thl» Mellon
«bout 1M741 ; lobi about lha Indian
• rouilla» and wound lip hi» ramark»
by advising all mambara lo »llrk lo-
gathar Orai, last and all tha lima
Mr Monnhan told a good »lory on
•'antral Omgon, and another about
•ha mi M ih r r who Ioni tha mall ordar
I» C Kraaman rongralillalail lha
club on tha numbar o f mambara H
had and lha Inlaraat ahown. ha »nbl
thara »hould ha mattar» o f Intara»!
In tha rluli work lo »aruro good at
H. BAUKOL, Agent, Redmond. Oregon.
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