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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City” of Central Oregon
VOL 2. No.
THE LAND BOARD PETITION THE
IS GETTING BUSY
Hot-Air Policy Ordered Ended and Turn Is Called
On Companies to Make Them Live Up to Their
Contract« With the State and Settlers—-Paisley
Project Cancelled and Board Uoing Into the Af
fairs of the Central Oregon Irrigation Company
Ask That Body to Help
Provide Two Exper
The time he* come when the ject* must deliver the goods or l*>ard at Salem last Thursday. $7,000 Has Been Raised and
•tate of Oregon will cease to irri quit. Business methods must is* The situation in the several
County Asked To
tate it desert lands with hot air injected into these projects, and projects is thnt the companies
nstea<i of water, says the IWt- to see that the settlers are prop
erly protected, the Desert Ijind have water for. Therefore they
Loos method« of the past, with Board has taken the initiative irrigate! the oversold land w ith
squandered iu lawsuits and canceled the Paisley project conversation.
ind pthi-r w asteful ways, are to of the Portland Irrigation to. f or eight years the irrigation Under the auspices of the Cen
*eaae and the companies direct- This forfeiture was declared af schemes have drift.*! lazily in tral Oregon Development league
ng th e various reclamation pro- ter an all day meeting of the
a petition to the county court is
Continued on next page
lieing circulatA-d and being num
erously signed, asking that the
county contribute $3,000 toward
the establishment and mainte
nance of two experimental sta
tions. to be located and conduct
ed by the Oregon Agricultural
College. It is the intention to
have one station located in the ir
rigated section of the county and
the other in the dry section.
Naturally in August you expect to find many bar
It is estimated that the two
can he maintained for a
gain offerings when you visit this store. Naturally,
jieriod of two years for $10.000.
this is not the store to disappoint you. We have
The Oregon Trunk Railway, the
Deschutes Railway and the Port
prepared long in advance to meet your expectations
land Commercial Club realizing
and herew ith offer some exceptional values in Hats
the importance of such a move
ment have agreed to give $7.000
and Shoes that it is for your protit to take advan
for this purpose if Crook county
tage of. Our store is the most comfortable place to
will appropriate an additional
for the year 1911,
shop as it is cool all the time.
and $1.500 for 1912.
If the two experiment stations
are established it is the intention
to maintain sub-co-operative sta
tions in all portions of the county
that all sections will be bene-
Men’s and Indies’ Oxfords.
All of our Sum fitted.
Th e sizes are beginning to I k * bro
As it seems to be the desire of
of the people to have
ken, still we have enough left so
straw and Pana little question hut made
as to fit you in most any style.
what the coun
ty court w ill grant it at the next
The season for Oxfords is not
ma for men and meeting.
rl n, » •«
$1.50 PEU YEAR
REDMOND. < KOOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. AUCUST 3. 1911
yet far gone and you can get a
lot of good wear out of them yet.
We are going to offer them at
never before heard of prices for
th e next two weeks to close out.
$.100 Values all go for $2.05
$.150 Values all go for $2.35
.$1.00 Values all go for $2.95
.children we are
going to close out
at a big reduction
A NEW STORE
SOON TO OPEN
Freeberg Bros. Expect to
Be Ready for Busi
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Beginning August lnt wo have adopted the McCaskcy One Writing system for keeping
pur accounts. While thia system is new to us, it has been in successful n|*erntion
for a number of years among the leading merchants of the country, who are unani
mous in their endorsement of it With this system we art* enabled to give you an
Hrmi/.ed hill with each purchase, which, you will readily set*, prevents the possibility
of any difference lietween you and us. for we have no record of which you have not
•r exact copy, laacause all charges will be made in duplicate.
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
Krceberg Bros, have their store
room in the Jackson block nearly
ready for occupancy, and expect
to open up on or lx?fore the 15th
of the month with n new.complete
and up-to-date st«x-k of grocer
ies, ladies’, men and children's
shoes, and a full line of gent’s
The store room is neat and at
tractive and has boon arranged
to satisfactorily meet the require
ments of the business.
The firm intends to carry the
best of everything in the staple
and fancy grocery line, and will
pay the highest market price for
all kinds of country produce.
In the shoe line they will carry
the always popular and satisfac-
Selz make, and in all depart
ments of the store the prices will
he made to fit the pocket book
I have just received a large
shipment of these celebrated
goods in Spring and Summer
weights and styles.
I want you to see this line of
for I am certain you will be
satisfied with the goods, fit and
price. Reiter come in today.
E. L. R A P P
‘The Head to Foot Clothier." Redmond, Or.
concrete foundation and base
ment for a heating plant. The
celings will be twenty feet high,
and the interior of the building
will be divided off into an audi
torium capable of comfortably-
seating 250, three class rooms
and a rector’s study.
The building will face south on
C street and run back 79 feet on
Work on $5000 Presby 7th street Work on the struc
is to be completed by the
terian Church Here ture
first of November.
When finished the building will
present a handsome appearance
and l>e one of the best appointed
churches in the county. Five
thousand dollars is the estimated
LOCATED ON CORNER cost
of the completed building.
7th AND C STREETS
TO BE BUILT
Structure Will Be Sightly Ehret Bros, have adopted the
and Completed by
McCaskey One-Writing System
for keeping accounts in their big
Ground was broken Monday-
morning for the new church the
Presbyterian congregation is go
ing to build.
The church will be located on
the corner of Seventh and C
streets in the block Ehret Bros.’
department store is situated. The
dimensions are 38x79. with a
department store here. This is
one of the most improved meth
ods of keeping a business right
up to the minute that has yet
been introduced. By this meth
od a large amount of bookkeep
ing is eliminated and the ac
counts of customers can always
be seen and determined at a
glance. It is a great improve
ment over old systems lx>th for
the customers and the firm.
We can help you do this if you
will visit our place and let us
serve you with some of the
cooling drinks from our foun
tain, or a dish of ice cream.
You will like our goods and
W. H. ANDERSON
The Postotlice Store