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The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” o f Central Oregon
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REDMOND, ('ROOK COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22. 191U
'city, and from 9 o ’clock, when
dancing began, u n till o ’clock,
good fellowship, mirth and jolli
The wives o f the Owls fu rn -1
ished the supper, which was a
lap affair. There was plenty to
■ eat, and good coffee to drink,
land fruits for dessert.
The following ladies contrib
Merry Party H as a uted :
By the Central Or
Mrs. Snider. 3 cakes and ham
~ « G o o d Time Fri
Mrs. Milts, cake and ham sand-
day N ight
i w idles.
Mrs. Z. T. McClay, chicken
sandwiches and a cuke.
Miss Wunda Kholts, a cake.
1 RKDMOND HAND
Mrs. Davies, a cake, H loaves WORKING BIG CREW
FURNISHES MUSIC of breed and some ham,
NOW EAST OF BEND
Harry Hill made the coffee and
it was Nectar tit for the ( M l
Music for dancing was fum-
by the Redmond Concert Camps tu Be luxated at
Owls Demonstrated That
Band, and was much enjoyed bv
They Know How
Redmond and Pow
the dancers, who loudly encored
The Brotherhood o f Owls of
j tM« city, now has a memliership1
of over 100. and is weekly re
Thnt the Redmond Brother reiving new applications. It is' i The Central Oregon Irrigation
hood of Owl«, Nest 122, know probable that the order will give Co., which has taken over the
how to entertain was ahly dem another dance and supper ts'fore assets o f the Deschutes Irri
onstrated at their dance and sup- the season is over, for one o f the gation & Power (To., has begun
pe Riven in Ehret'a hall last cardinal principles c f the order actual construction work on their
They now have a
large crew o f men working on
The affair was free and was a
laterala east of Bend.
I d t id<‘d success from every <»*o. L. Wheeler
ndpoint and those who did Buy» “ Banquet”
The company also has a crew
not attend, have since expressed
engineers working in the field
Geo. L Wheeler last week
their regret at missing one o f the bought the "Banquet Cafe” in between Redmond and Bend
most enjoyable social events of this city. Mr. Wheeler is an ex running lines and surveys for
perienced restaurant man, and new main canals and ditches.
The best of order was main says he proposes to give his pat As s«s>n as the weather will per
tained, more so than at some of rons the best service to be had in mit in the spring the company
the public dances given in the Redmond.
expects to start construction
work on several main canals,
which will open up a large body
o f land.
Two camps will soon be located
at Redmond and Powell Buttes,
and the work o f reclamation
pushed forward as fast as mon
ey and the weather will (H-rmit.
The company is now in a position
to do something in the way of re
claiming their segregation and
all indications point to a period
o f activity in the irrigation and
settlement of the lands owned
by the company.
Sixteen ladies o f the Juniper
Reading Circle met on Wednes
day, the 14th, and enjoyed the
hospitality o f Mrs. H. Hanks at
her Is-autiful new home, 2! miles
north o f the city.
Hanks and Mrs. Acheson.
program for the day w as a con
tinuation o f the review of ’ The
Mrs. W. H. Ander
son reviewed books 2 and 3 in a
very able manner. The club then
joined in singing "M y Old Ken-
tncky Home", after which Mrs.
Acheson rendered a pleasing so
lo. While refreshments were be
ing served the members discuss
ed Dr. Cook and his confession.
The ladies tendered a vote of
thanks to M. Kulesch for his
kindness in providing a convey-
ance to and from Mrs. Hanks'
The next meeting
will lie held at the home o f Mrs.
E. G. Sherwood, Dec. 28th.
Spokesman for job printing.
B R O S ’.
SEE IT IN OUR AD IT’S SO
The mi»»ion o f our adverti»ement» is to tell you our store news.
It is an
economical method by which we can talk to ALL the people at once.
ever, our advertising will not be effective, will not bring visitors and cus
tomers to the store, unless it is believed.
Therefore, a» a sensible business proposition, it behooves us to state only
the truth about our store and merchandise.
In adhering to this principle, we have a right to expect that our printed
announcements will be believed—believed implicitly—and we promise you
here never to publish an untruth, no matter how great the temptation may
be for us to meet the advertisements o f other stores.
LARGEST STOCK OF THESE GOODS
EVER SHOWN IN THIS SECTION
W e have now on exhibition a complete stock o f the above
goods from the cheap toys to the costly presents.
thing for young and old, and we have priced them so that
they are within the reach o f all.
CO M E A N D M A K E Y O U R
SE LE C TIO N E A R L Y W H IL E
T H E STOCK IS C O M P LE TE .
W E W I L L STO R E T H E M
F R E E O F C H A R G E FOR Y O U .
The nicest stock o f Choice Eating Apples in the city.
they are gone.
Prices are moderate
F IN E L IN E O F G R O CER IES FOR T H E H O L ID A Y T R A D E
$1.50 PER YEAR
S p e c ia l O ffe r
ODELL IS ROUTE
Deschutes and K la
math Cut-Off to
I k Linked
EXACT TIME IS
NOT YET KNOWN
Harriman System Will Rush
Work on Project» Al
Construction o f a new railroad
from Redmond, the terminus o f
the Deschutes line, to Odell, on
the Klamath Natron cutoff, has
been authorized by the Southern
Pacific directors; the line from
Grants Pass to a point on the
northern coast o f California,
probably Crescent City, may E>e
built, and the Coos Bay line is
being considered, were announce
ments made in Portland last week
by Julius Kruttschnitt, director
o f operation and maintenance
of the Union Pacific and South
ern Pacific systems, after a day
o f inspection o f the property in
and about Portland.
However, no definite time for
beginning work on theRedmond-
Odell road ha« been determined.
In the meantime, the company
will endeavor to complete as ear
ly as jwesible all of the projects al
All of the
present contracts on the Kla-
math-Natron cutoff, said Mr.
Kruttschitt, will be completed
before the end o f the present
fiscal year—June 30—after which
he will recommend that the re
mainder of the route, which he
viewed be contracted for and the
work finished with all possible
speed, so that the new 22-hour
schedule between Portland and
San Francisco can be put into
effect on the earliest possible day.
"The directors of the company
have authorized the road from
Redmond to O dell." said Mr.
Kruttschnitt, "but it is impossi
ble to determine the time when
work will commence. The road
will ultimately be built: that is
certain. It will open a rich coun
try that at present has no rail
With reference to the proposed
East and West lines from On
tario, near the Idaho state line,
to a connection with the Klam-
ath-Natron line, Mr. Kruttsch
nitt declared that the possibilities
for early construction were some
what remote. He expressed the
opinion that such a road event
ually will E>e built, however.
In the work through the Des
chutes canyon, he said, joint
trackage agreements had been
entered into with the Oregon
Trunk Railway over some of the
most difficult portions.
Harriman line has progressed
ahead o f that o f the Hill system
in some places, and the former
line likely will be completed over
the 137-mile stretch from the
Columbia river to Redmond be
fore the latter is finished to Bend.
Vote on Charter
The citizens o f Redmond will
be called upon to vote on the
question o f adopting a greater
charter for the city some time in
February’. At the last council
meeting Councilman Jones stated
that the city attorney was pre
paring data and getting the
charter matter in form so as to
make an intelligent report on
same early in January, and that
some time in February the ques
tion would be ready to submit to
the citizens at a special election.
Men’s Suits, regular price $12.50 reduced to $11.25
These are all new goods and not
Nice Line of Overcoats, up-to-date, $12.50 to $25.00
6 lb. All Wool Fresno Blankets, 62x80, $5.50
E. L. R A P P
“ The Head to Foot Clothier/' Redmond, Or.
CHRISTMAS DANCE TO MUSIC IN SALOONS TO
BE GIVEN BY THE BAND BE DONE AWAY WITH
Supper Will Be Served By All Singing and Boisterous
the Band Indies in
Conduct Must Be
The Redmond Concert Band
In considering provisions in
will give its second dance o f the the model license and making
season in Ehrets’ hall Monday recommendations for same, the
night, Dec. 26th. The music for council at the last meeting by a
the dance will be played entirely unanimous vote decided to in
by the band.
Supper will be corporate in the liquor license
served in the Commercial Club ordinance that will te introduced
room by the wives o f the mem at the next meeting, a provision
bers o f the tend, and there will prohibiting the playing of phono
be all kinds of good things to eat. graphs in saloons and to prohib
Dance tickets are $1.00 and it all singing and dancing in
supper tickets 50 cents each e x -; places where liquor is sold.
In the matter of fines for
The tend has a large
amount o f money yet to raise to offenses by saloon keepers the
pay for their instruments, and amounts as recommended by the
take this method of raising rev model license law. viz: $100 for
enue each month. The members first offence, $200 for second
of the band and the instructor offence, and $500 and revocation
give their services free in order of license for third offense, were
to establish a good tend in Red changed to be $25 for first offence.
mond. and it is up to the people $50 for second offense, and all
here to show their appreciation subsequent offenses a minimum
by buying a ticket to the tend fine o f $50.
dances or their entertainments.
The next dance the tend gives Grand Ball at
will be a Valenine dance on Feb Sisters 23d
ruary 14 th.
Hardy K. Allen, the amuse
caterer of Sisters, has an
Has Made Redmond
nounced to give a tell at Sisters
The citizens o f Redmond who Friday night in the Sisters hall,
have all stood together as a unit with music by Miller, Zumwalt
during the past year for the ad and Archer of this place. There
vancement of the city is what will also be a two days’ shooting
has made Redmond the foremost match. Dec. 23d and 24th, for
city in Central Oregon. Let the turkeys and chickens. Some o f
same condition prevail in the the best shots in the county will
years to come and Redmond is be there.
txrnnd to become the Metropolis |
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