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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1910)
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
KKDMOND, ( HOOK C O U N TY. OREGON, T H U R S D A Y, SEPTEM BE R 22, 1910
will not lie pushed through as
had been contemplated, the Ku*
gene Councilmen extending the
i period for the work to 30 months,
j although the road can he built at
I least in 1H months.
As for the Harrirnan system,
| all work which has been started
and under way will I k * carried on
but there will be no new work
No improvements will
I k » considered in any manner ex
cept such as become absolutely
The double tracking
near The Dalles and the work in
the Deschutes will I k * continued,
for appropriations have been
made and the work mapped out, ‘
hut nothing under the head of ACTIVE REHEARSALS
new business will I k » taken up.
BEEN COM MENCED
"F o r the Inst five or six months
I have ls*en s|s*nding $1,000.000
a month in Oregon,” says Mr.
Stevens, "hut I do not know how Redmond Hand lias Finest
much longer I can do it."
Set of Instruments in
It is estimated that the various
mads in Oregon and along Wash
ington adjacent to Oregon have
s|K*nt $20,000,000 in the past two
years, 80 per cent o f which has
lK»en kept in circulation.
The new set o f instruments for
llnrriman system has contracted
the Kedmond Concert Band ar
for (»0,000.000 feet of Oregon
rived here Monday. The instru
pine for use in constructing cars
ments are o f the Buscher True
U. R. Heads Halt
F urther Expen
TO CO N TIN U E LINES
NOW BRING BUILT
Declaration Made* That Po
litical Atmosphere Must
For the New Red
The Portland Telegram has the
following on the rnilntnd situa
No new railroad work will be
started in Oregon nor will there
Tone make, triple silver plated,
- <■» -
I»* any expenditures other than
satin finish, and are guarantees!
New Postutlic to
are absolutely necessary until the
for twenty years. The set is an
present isilitical situation shull lit* Established
elegant one. ami the organization
Brineville Journal: A i»etition
clear, is the news given out by
showed g(Kxl judgment in buying
has been forwarded to the jx»st-
prominent railroad men.
the lK*st hand instruments man
The railroad* are drawing in ' office department asking that a ufactured.
an«l expect to retrench even more postoffice Is» established on the
The hand as constituted now is
A l as follows:
until the unsettled political con east side of Powell Butte.
dition si a I lien me readjusted. most 100 patrons would I k * serv
J. A. Norwood. Bb clarionet
Having spent approximately #20- ed by such office and the place
H. H. Palmer, Lee Zumwalt
0)0.0(0 in Oregon the last two will be named Hat Rock.
and \V. J. Buckley, Bb cornets.
year*, the transportation com-
Z. Taliaferro, P. L. Smith and
pnn'et are curtailing their outlay. Will Organize a
A. J. Haney, altos.
The Oregon Trunk had let a Dancing Club
J. P. Doherty und Mr. Love,
contract for constructing a piece
A number of the dancing peo tenors.
o f road lietween Ilend and the ple of Redmond have been talk
E. R. Tichenor. baritone.
Reservation, ing of organizing a social d an c-! E. B. Applegate, tnba.
continuing the line from Bend. ing club here to give a series of I F. E. Mills, Iwss drum.
J. F. Stevens has called off this dances during the winter months
Snare drum to I k * tilled.
work already and is not prepar It is understood that a hull has
The new beginners in the hand
ed to say when it will be resum been s«*cured and ntMuit twenty have taken right hold o f their
ed. The extension o f the Oregon people have signified their inten studies and show a determina
Electric from Allrnny to Eugene tion of joining.
tion to master them. The regu-
Will Look Right, Fit Right and
Wear Right if
BOUGHT AT OUR STORE
We have received our large stock of Men’s
and Boys Fall and W inter Clothing and can
fit you out in any style suit desired. All our
Clothing is guaranteed as to cloth make and
fit. Our coats have horsehair lining to hold
their shape. We can save you money if you
buy your clothing of us.
S u i t s f r o m $ 1 3 .5 0 t o $ 2 5
Full Line Gents’ Furnishings,
at prices to fit your pocketbook
Full Line of the Celebrated GOTZIAN SHOES
For In d ies, Men and Children. There is no
better shoe made than these for the money.
Everything in General Merchandise
lar hand rehearsal nights for the
full hand are Monday and Thurs
day nights o f each week.
It is the intention to push the
organization forward as fast as
possible so as to get the hand
playing a high grade o f music.
Several more musically inclined
Kedmond people have expressed
a desire to join, and it is expect
ed there will Is* no difficulty in
recruiting the membership up to
In the meantime, if you are an
noyed by some o f the members
blowing holes in the air, make al
lowances for them as they are on
ly beginners and later on will
help the hand make good music. FATS A N D LE A N S
BARE BALL AND
Benefit to He Given
for the New Red
$1.50 PER Y E A R
E. L. R A P P ’S
Sixth St., Redmond, Ore.
Is now open and ready to fill your
wants in the Clothing Line.
have a new and complete stock o f
the late and up-to-date styles o f
W IL L “ S PE IL” B A L L
C L O T HI N G
Interesting Program Made
Up for Next Sun
Millard Triplett Seeking the
Fine Stock of SHOES for Ladies, Men and Boys
Full Line of GENT’S FURNISHINGS
I am here to stay and want /our
trade, and am going to make it an
What promises to be one o f the
object for you to buy o f me.
most enjoyable and entertaining
affairs pulled off in Redmond this
season is the benefit bail game
for the Redmond band that the
friends o f the organization have
arranged for Sunday afternoon.
o f numerous presents.
The game will be between the
some rocking chair, the remem
Fats and the Leans, and exten
brance o f several old friends, was
sive preparations have !>een made
presented by Mayor White who
to give the spectators all kinds o f
made a neat speech appropriate
a good time.
to the occasion.
The Spokesman understands
the list o f presents:
that it is the intention to charge
Silver tea set o f 6 pieces, Snell
an admission o f 25 cents to see
the game, the proceeds to be do
Six silver desert spoons, Mr.
nated to the band, and when the
and Mrs. Palmer.
great array o f talent that will
Gold shirtwaist set, Mr. and
take part in the festivities is
Mrs. J. C. Williams.
considered, the price is absurdly
Glass jelly dish. Miss Stillwell.
Decorated back comb. Miss Liz
It is also understood that a
horse race will be run at the
Flower vase, Mrs. Smith.
grounds immediately after the
Japanese teapot, John Beers.
ball game is concluded.
LARGE CROWD HAS
Decorated tea cup, Mrs. John
Following is a copy o f the pro
EN JO YAB LE TIME Beers.
gram made out for the occasion:
Decorated tea cup, Mr. and
Millard Triplett o f Bend, re
publican candidate for the nomi
nation o f sheriff, needs no intro
duction to the voters o f Crook
He is one o f the early
settlers in the county, has been a
prominent business man in Bend
for a number o f years, served on
the city council o f that city for
several years, has been deputy
sheriff under the present sherifF,
Frank Elkins, and is a man not
afraid to declare his principles
and live up to them.
Mr. Triplett stands for the en
forcement o f the law as pre
scribed on the statute books, and
he promises the people o f the
county that if nominated and
elected he will see that the laws
are enforced to the letter. He
believes that if a law is obnoxious
to a few, that that is no reason
why it should not he rigidly en
Mr. Triplett has a strong fol
lowing in the Bend section o f the
county that is working to secure
o f Struggles for
the nomination o f their candi
date, and his friends ask all the
voters o f the county who are in
favor o f a clean, upright admin
S U N D A Y . SEPT. 25. 1910
istration o f affairs in the sher
iff’s office to cast their vote for
1:30 p. m. sharp. 'Band As
him for sheriff at the primary sembles corner 6th and E Sts.
nominating election the 24th o f
1:35 p. m. sharp. Concert by
1:40 p. m.
Mayor White re
cites "Casey at the B a t."
Swear in Vote
1:45 p. m. Parade starts with
band leading, followed by both
clubs and the citizens in general
in autos, carriages and on foot.
giving an opinion at the request
2:00 p. m.
Address o f wel
o f II. C. Patty o f Amity, holds
come by Judge Wilcox.
that any elector has the same
2:15 p. m.
right to vote at the district pri
speech by Hon. H. F. Jones.
mary nominating election as he
’2:20 p .m . Fa*s gambol on the
has at the general election.
green for 5 minutes.
The question specifically asked
2:25 p. m. Leans take nour
the Attorney-General by Mr. Pat
ishment on the tall grass for 5
ty was in reference to the use o f
the blank " A ” which is for the
2:30 p. m. The mighty strug
purpose o f "swearing in” voters.
The Attorney-General holds that
this blank may be used at the
Umpires J. F. Hosch and W.
primary election and in the same
manner, the vote being sworn in
Score Keepers— F. T. Redmond
by six free-holders.
and F. McCaffery.
He states that it is not with
Press Representatives— Palmer
in the province o f the Legisla
ture to say a man shall not vote
Line Up o f Fats:
if he has not registered.
Catchers—Z. Taliaferro and G.
urges at the end o f the opinion,
however, that every one should
Pitchers—J.»P. Doherty and J.
register who can possibly do so,
as the requirement o f securing
1st B.— G. M. Huffman.
six freeholders to "sw ear in "
2d B. Chas. Hammond.
the vote causes considerable con
3d B.— H. C. Miethe.
fusion and consumes a great
S. S. -F . M. White.
amount o f time in many cases.
R. F. — Frank Zumwalt.
L. F .—J. C. Williams.
Of Interest to
C. F. E. B. Applegate.
Coach Z. T. McClay.
Line Up o f Leans:
Attention is called to the large
Catchers—W. J. Buckley and
display ad o f Hill & Sypher, the
new meat market firm in the Carl Eh ret.
Pitchers— H. F. Jones an d -----
Macpherson building on South
It will pay you to Shelton.
1st B. - J. R. Roberts.
watch the ads o f this firm. Next
2d B.— A. J. Haney.
week they will have something
3d B.—J. 0. Huffman.
to say that will interest every
S. S. -Joe Buckley.
meat eater in the county.
R. F.- Harry Keyes.
Fine pure candy, only 25 cents
L. F .— R. K. Potter.
a pound at Woodruff’s Furniture
C. F . - J . H. Mendenhall.
and Grocery store.
Coach Dr. C. A. Cline.
E. L RAPP, “ The Head to Foot Clothier.”
Mrs. Z. T. McClay
Many Presents Received by
the Lady On Occasion
of 61st Birthday
Linen table cloth, son and
Two linen handkerchiefs, Mes-
Rocking chair, presented by
Mayor White on behalf of,sever
al old time friends.
Two linen handkerchiefs, Mrs.
Box o f bon bons, little Louise
Last Friday. September 16th
was the occasion o f Mrs. Z. T.
McClay's 61st birthday, and the
lady entertained her friends with
a dance in the Redmond hall and
a supper at the Davies restau
S. S. Teacher
Mrs. McClay has lived in Red
Miss M. E. Simmons was g iv
mond for five years, being one of en a pleasant surprise party at
the early settlers. The birthday the school house last Friday
party was given for the old and evening by her Sunday School
new friends alike. It was an in class and members o f the C. E.
formal affair, everyone being in society. The occasion was a fare
vited. and those who were pres well to the lady who left yester
ent expressed themselves as hav day for Los Angeies where she
ing passed one o f the most en will make an indefinite visit.
joyable evenings ever experienc Refreshments were served and
Miss Simmons was the recipient
ed in Redmond.
Both Mr. and Mrs. McClay and o f a number o f presents among
the company entered into the which were a set o f silver tea
spirit o f the occasion, with the spoons, sugar shell, butter knife
result that good fellowship and and gravy ladle. Monday night
cheer prevailed, and when the Miss Simmons entertained her
guests departed at a late hour j Sunday School class at the resi
they one and all wished their dence o f her sister Mrs. J. K.
hostess many happy returns o f MacPherson.
Spokesman for job printing.
Mrs. McClay was the recipient
C. F. AN D E R SO N,
Our tables are supplied with the BEST
Eatables possible to secure.
We Lead in Prices and Quality as we
have no rent to pay.
Fine Line of SOFT DRINKS AND CIGARS
Corner Sixth and F streets,