The Redmond Spokesman Published at the “ Hub City ” o f Central Oregon VOL. 1. No. a) REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. 1911 SURVEY FOR A NEW SYSTEM Preliminary Work on Gravity Wa ter Project CITY COUNCIL HAS 8TARTKD THE WORK Engineers to Prepare Esti mateti and IIans Immediately At a special meeting of the city council held last Friday night it wan decided to obtain plana and eatimatea of the proponed gravity water system, and a local firm of civil engineers was in structed to begin at once a pre liminary survey and prepare data for the council so they could act intelligently on the matter, and determine whether the gravity system as talked of could be put through and satisfactory results obtained. The plan as outlined now is to have a large reservoir built at $1.50 PER YEAR Forked Horn Hutto, al>out Bus Zulainey, one night last week. two miles southwest of Red-| Both men were drunk and Zulain- mond, with sufficient capacity ey wanted to have some fun to supply the city with water for with Snyder and make him domestic and fire purposes. It is dance. He commenced to shoot! estimated that a fall of 110 feet at Snyder’s feet and one of the« could lie secured from that point, shots went wide of the mark and which would give a good pres entered the calf of Snyder’s left Now is the time to get sure on the mains. The water leg. a good outfit o f Clothing for the reservoir would be ob Two Prominent Oregon Trunk Line Officials tained from the Pilot Hutto canal. at the right price. While in Redmond Tuesday Gave Out If it is desired to go to the Des chutes river for water and build Not wanting to carry too large a stock Some Gratifying Information-Cars to Be a reservoir there, the fall is esti over I have made a Special Cut on all Running Into the Hub City by the First mated to be about 400 feet to this Clothing. city, and an unlimited amount of of May if Not Sooner—Trains Into Mad water could be secured for all Rain Proof Cravenette Over- ( F I P Experienced Fruit Grower ras by the Middle of February. pur (loses. coats, regular $18.50, special.... $ -1 -0 Has Faith in This One thing is certain, the coun All other Overcoats 16 2-3 per cent off. cil is going to get immediate ac Section of State This sale will run for 10 days. tion on some kind of a water sys W. C. Wilkes, assistant general place Mr. Wilkes stated the road tem for fire protection for the Men’s suits $12.50 to $30.00 cut to $10 city, and the system that will H. G. Harris who livea three freight and passenger agent of would be completed to Madras and $27.00. give the best service with a miles northeast of the city, re the Oregon Trunk line, and R. H. about Feb. 15th, and ready for reasonable cost is the one it is pro cently bought .*100 apple trees of Crozier. advertising agent of the passenger and freight traffic from Full line of Wales Goodyear best grade posed to install. Rubbers at Portland prices. different varieties, pear and same line, were in Red and to that point the Arst of cherry trees, and a large amount mond Tuesday, They were look March. The road would be com Canvas Leggins, 75c. Bend Limits Saloons of berry bushes, which he intends ing over the ground here and pleted to Redmond Fwfore the I carry Men’s Sized Shirts, 18, 18 1-2,19 to set out on his place this spring. to Twelve in Number Mr. Harris is an experienced viewing the proposed depot and Arst of May, he further stated. The saloon question at Bend fruit grower, and thinks the pos warehouse site, getting acquaint The aFwve statements coming was taken up again at the recent I sibilities for fruit culture in this ed with the Redmond people, and as they do from a high official of meeting of the council there, and section as good as any where in the number was limited to twelve, the state, if the right varieties of gathering data for properly and the roao, carry weight with them, thoroughly advertising this sec and are to F>e depended upon. with the license placed at $800. I The Head to Foot Clothier.'1 Redmond, Or. trees and bushes are secured. tion of the state. Mr. Crozier said it was the Lunch counters or restaurants in 1 The sale was made by Ashley saloons are prohibited, and a ll j Forrest who represents the Yak-1 Mr. Wilkes stated tFiat the purpose of the road to begin ad kinds of music, singing or loud ima &. Columbia River Nursery Oregon Trunk line will supply ditional extensive advertising noise is also barred. Co.—a company that guarantees more agricultural territory than campaign setting forth the won their trees and Flushes to F*? adap all of the other Hill roads on the derful resources of this section Shooting Affair ted to this section, and «11 hardy coast combined, and it is the pur of Central Oregon, with a view At Bend growers. pose of the Hill people to push to inducing a large immigration A man named Adolph Snyder^ the road forward to completion into this section, for it has always More New Industries Are A Number of Novelties to be Spokesman for job printing. was shot in the leg in a lseen the policy of the Hill people as fast as possible. Promised for Redmond Introduced on This saloon at Bend by a man named Work always satisfactory. In answer to the question as to to settle up the lands triFmtary to in the Spring Occasion their roads as fast as possible. when the road would reach this T R A IN S H E R E B Y M A Y F IR S T PRICES THAT APPEAL TO SET OUT ORCHARD THE COMING SPRIN6 E. L. R A P P BOTTUNG WORKS AND VALENTINE BALL TO BE ICE PUNT TO BE BUILT GIVEN BY THE BAND 25 Tons of Merchandise J u s t A r r iv e d T h is W e e k The Store Grows More Popular Every Day Of course the nearness of cold weather and the thoughts of Winter needs that an* now in the minds of so many, have something to do with the increasing numFwr of visitors to this store. Yet you’ll pardon ua while we step without the Fwunds of modesty and say that the merits of tFw store also have something to do with this increasing popularity. Folks who were formerly strangers to us are learning that this is a good store- a Ane place at which to trade. Customers are telling tFieir friends to come here for this and that article of merchandise. These things go toward building a grand and stable business. Of course the store must make good—is mak ing good. It is our constant aim to treat customers so that they will F>e pleased to re- "turn and visit us again and again. And we want every customer trading here to know that they are sure to t* satisfied in every purchase. We do not consider a sale made until the customer is perfectly satisAed. COBH WHITNEY BUY BANK 10 OF HGREASE SFOCI SHOT WITH .2? Right Lung Is Pen etrated by the Bullet WOUNDED BOY IS FAST RECOVERING Rifle Is Discharged While Whitney la Riding in a Buggy i Get Your Groceries Here Why? Because we sell only the best groceries and always sell at the very lowest possible prices. Many thrifty housewives are saving money by sup plying their table from this grocery stock. SPECIALS Here are some Specials for this week which you should not overlook: Apples, 5c per lb. per box, $2.25 Dry Peaches, 9 lbs. for 1.00 Navy Beans, 12 lbs. for 1.00 Sugar, 13 lbs. for - - 1.00 Dry Raspberries, lb. - .30 Table Peaches, per can, - .20 Columbia Oats, per pkg. - .40 E H R E T BROS. BIG ‘DEPARTMENT STORE The next dance to F* given by A company composed of Mr. . Van Allen, G. W. Wells and H. the Redmond Concert Band will F. Jones has been organized in t)e a Valentine Ball on the night this city to put in an ice making of February 14th. The band plant, Fwttling works and cold is making arrangements to storage plant. The project as make this the most sucessful outlined at present contemplates and entertaining dance of tiie J. W. Brewer Is Now at the an ice plant of one ton a day cap season. A postoffice will Fw es Head o f the Above acity for the present, with facili- tablished in the hall and valen Institution , ties so arranged that the output tines sold and delivered. Another can F» increased when occasion feature will be the prize valen tines that will be awarded to the demands. At a meeting last week of the The Fwttling plant will Fwttle young lady receiving the highest stockholders of the Redmond all kinds of soft drinks, mineral numlter of votes. Bank of Commerce it was decid waters, etc., and will have large The music for the dance will ed to increase the capital stock enough capacity to meet all de l>e of the usual high order that of the institution from $10.000 to mands made upon i t It is the the twnd has been furnishing $25,000, and otherwise increase intention -of the promoters to lately, and everyone is invited to the business of the twnk. An make Redmond a distributing come and have a royal good time. election of officers was held and point for this kind of goods for Tickets for the dance are one dollar. Supper will F>e served at the following officers elected: all of Central Oregon. P rest J. W. Brewer. The cold storage plant will the Oregon Cafe by Goo. L. Vice-Prest -B. A. Kendall. t>e of sufficient capacity to ac Wheeler, who will have his pop- Cashier G. M. Slocum. comodate the needs of the city ; ular restaurant enlarged by that Directors—J. W. Brewer, B. A. and locality for some time to I time so as to accommodate the Kendall. G. M. Slocum. G. E. come. Work on the atwve pro crowd that will want something Stevens. G. E. DoFjson. jects will twgin in a short time. good to e a t Mr. Brewer, the new president TUMALO will have the active management Band Concert of the twnk when he returns to Postponed G. W. and Chas. L. Wimer Redmond, which will F>e about were Bend visitors recently. The band concert and literary the Arst of April. G. W. Wimer and sons have entertainment advertised to be begun putting up their ice for 1 given here Saturday. Jan. 28th by the Redmond Concert Band, i summer use. has been postponed until Satur- J. R. Couch and C. H. Spaugh If you are going are cutting and putting up ice iday. February 25th. to prove up from the Wimer pond. on your land P. A. Woolley was a Bend The Spokesman's Job come in and visiter last Saturday. Printing pleases. see us. The Spokesman will make out your application and attend to other necessary details FREE. Last Friday afternoon RoF>ert Whitney, son of 1. R. Whitney of this city, was accidently shot through the right side, the bul let penetrating the right lung. At the present writing the wound ed F»y is resting easy, and if no complications set in he will F>eaU right in a short time. The Whitney F»y, who is a- F>out 17 years old, was riding in a rig with A. L. Davies, and had his 22 rifle between them. The rifle was half cocked and while driving along the road the wheels of the rig hit a stone and the rifle was in some manner dis charged, the bullet wounding young Whitney as stated atmve. The wounded boy was brought to town to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Morril where he stops, and Dr. Hoech summoned. The bullet having penetrated the lung it was impossible to probe for it, and the bullet is still in the Fx>y’s Fx»dy. All Kinds o f ~ Printing The Spokesman has recently added to its equipment material for ALL kinds of printing. If you want Stair cards, large or small or any kind of cards printed, we can do it, and do it rig h t Let us do your next order of printing. We have ALL KINDS OF TYPE for ALL KINDS OF WORK, all reports to the contrary notwith standing. NEW GOODS RECEIVED Dogs That A n a Nuisance « A person who owns a female dog in a town or city should t)e compelled to keep the same shut up st certain times of the year. There are some female dogs in Redmond that are allowed to run at large that are the worst kind of nusiance. In certain neigh borhoods of the city the past week or two the nights have been made almost unbearable by the howling and barking of a pack of dogs. It is understood that it is a misdemeanor, punish-1 able by a Ane of $25 to shoot a dog, but the person whose sleep is disturbed by yelping dogs feels like taking a Gatling gun and cleaning out every dog in the city .! Fine line o f Leather Goods, Shopping and Hand Bags, Bill Books, etc. Elegant Line of NEW STATIONERY, all the latest designs in Box Writing Papers. Fresh stock of LOWNEY’S Celebrat ed Chocolates snd Candies, the best candies manufactured J . Á. NORWOOD, Postoffce Bldg.