The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, February 01, 1912, Image 1

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    The
Redmond
Spokesman
I uhlished at the “ H u b C ity ” o f C e n tra l O r e g o n
REAMERY BUILDING
BEGAN YESTERDAY
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r a la ln g
unii
im u ltr y
uhi mi Krrueni
'l li«« e o t i n i r ) li «*r«* bar
Mi«* f ilm a t i« , fee d, inni all tia tu rul
udì in t i n g e « o f « g r n i t d a l r y m c i l o n .
|*j»rl of Machinery Non Here anil Kent on the
In o r d r r lo a rolla«* Interrai
In
<lolr>fttg M r M r »«• r aaaurra ua timi
Ile . all gel u Kariltera* l l i a d f u t r d i r
In iIm puri of F Vh rtjary for Itila «••<•
Hoad— II. F. Meyer « f Tacoma, an Kxperienced
( reamen Man, I* Here Su|H>rintendintt (>| hth -
liona— Firal ( reamen tola* Kstahlisheil in Cen­
don
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of
in
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from
W iA U im lli
th e
for a« >»(«• )«*arn
a k ft
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la a |¡r ml
b m r f l i . f o r lo* d o « »
r e t u r n » , f i g u r i n g on tlir
it u m b a r o f r o t i ar om i«!
a l I b r p rea «n t U n ir
lin
not autle*
but). Mr
Kant ber
Iteti moud
(¡ h
dit
« a i a » and >ot| a||| b r d i r fi ra l «mr
l o tuo« r lt» K e d lli O li l. t r a i l i to f f .
I Ir r «tu * otti p r o f M«
l ‘otiai r io tlo n o f Ho*
Ih r
e r r a II »er y
m orn in g
building for
rotini i f ne n i
Thr
» ea te r d a )
b u ild in g a III be ¿
pu ><t ti»»« I ni y « 'r a lly o f \\ i*< mi
i»u. a l i l i i etileni fltn»r. an d li i » ih«*
it. atol a r|| t e t ar«| In t It«- «I<• I r % pttrp«*a«' l o puait I h r n o r k a l o n g no
kil
«r.aiu*r>
biialtM'tui
In I» ft» aa li» b a i e lb«« b u ild in g r e n d ) for
ki>l) « m l |na«llr«* tir I » « «
I*«« <»tu«* buallieoa abitui I l i r .*n|||
iu ruufli l) a«‘ «|tialli(til
a lili
( It «
T b r e q u ip m e n t a l l í I m « all bran d
LEAP YEAR B ill
A BIG SUCCESS
W e have a complete line o f Linen and liwnd
«•«•r(alti
r e t t i Vltig
111 n eg l
our
rtK m d ln g
blue, and pink.
TIIK V
HOW
have a large selection.
hNKW
«
a ll
d ie
«h h h
h eli e flt
ne
of
a ll c o n ­
u rrk 'n
lumie
a e Itopt« to
render«
m ore
p a r t le iila r a
th è
dnte
ami
p la t e a
of
Tlit-
M ap
Year
tho
w in ter
Thr
»ay
d u c te d
Ih o
a ffa ir
inni
tlin lr
fou r
• 1»K I lo in u Kood
Ihn e v e n i n g
T lirrr
a HI
a IH ta lk
I m *
011
m rtoue
thut
I In- b a c h e l o r
vietiti
plaV««a
given
Ih .y
nh o»i-d
»err
li«dln on n hen It o n r
hull,
m a kin g
ihn c o m f o r t
Invited
an d
th e
there
r n l o r ta lu III out
and
ll lll n a l l
thou
has Ixvn ihe motto of Khret Bros, ever since they have lx*en
in business
a d d itio n
we give you all that satisfaction and apprecia­
tive service that you have
you honor as a patron.
a
light to demand of any store which
Of course* at this time of the year,
during our Jan. sale, we mark goods exceedingly low, but not
lower than their real worth, for the prices at which we mark
them are all they are worth to us.
We have many customers who know that their merchandising
needs can always lx* lx*st met here, and regardless of com-
|x*titors they conic here to do all their trading.
Ribbon Special
A big assortment of Kibbon, solid and changable effects, •!•><
grade, for the balance of our clearance sale, 19c....................
E H R E T BROS.
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Itrinjf un your
Kuller and K rkh
Better come in early and
get the best selections.
Mendenhall’s
for
of
« lr -
through
hand»
IRRIGATION CO.
FIIES NEW BOND GRANTED IEAVE
05151430
I K X T R A I.
O l.
P I.K T K
l»K K
O IlK liO N
IHItlUATIO.N
S E N A T E « T I . I . PASH T H K B oK A H
K .«IHKH «ISH.IHN) TO fO M - !
TH K
W ORK
NOW
I N-
W A Y . A N I» U I « KN S T A T K j
A ».VI.IMM» KONI»
S-VK.AK
HOM KHTKAU
H IM .
A N I» T H K JONES H IM .
TH « T
ti K A N T S S IX M ONTHS
I.K .W K
OK A R K K N TK
IT S
R E A L WORT H
And in
Here is a chance to get giNxl candy
at Bargain Prices.
n llli
to decorating
arrangem ents
g u e s ts .
jsised of.
iiioii
ME R CHA NDI S E
AT
All box candy Vi off until present stock is dis-
Kirin c o n ­
Thu affu lr an nntlrnly
In
thn
o f thn Imihnlor itlrla.
who
ulu u i
pliaara
of
(til»rrro
l i r a , o f I h r laleat dea lgti
J u d g in g
W e aliali all a a fe li a Id i I n t e r r a i •nut out thn Invitation*, ronlrartod
Li« a m on g • a i l l o , m a m
dealing
f r o m I h r a p pe a r ali. e o f d i e Im m e iia r
for thn hall, iiiunlc and printing,
t h r d n l r ) d r v u l o p n i r n t a » r o u n d Iteti
ü t r a u r l i l n g and rip. i*lnn
llr* liga b r i g h t ) r i lo a V i e t a r c hu rn , bun Iba
monti, a m i T h e Kpo k ea in a n aomirea and *upnrlalnndnd ihn d.sstra(lii|t of
L » brr h a r o t i l r l b u l u r t o H o a r d » « a p a i l l y . a l»l« h arrti«*«| thta m o r n ­
Tbn hall waa duroratod
M r M e i e r ( b a i he h a « d i r au pp ort thn hall.
Llryman. Il i r I r a d l n g H a l f ) « n k l )
in g. a r ail h a ï r a r i g h i I o f r e i
of all t h o o r a l l o a r e I n l r r e a t c d III «It h fnatiMtn* o f rnd hnart*. In tbn
I ihr . . unir f
pro ud o f th e fa e i th a t It r d m o i i d a III
b u ild in g tip d i i « acH'ilon o f m i t r a i rnntnr o f thn hall waa thn luotto.or
Thr rato (ir t a Ita i r in* r%«*ttar n o a
h a i r an up I«* «lai«» moti el e r r a t t i r r )
advloo:
“ t'hitose fo r yournidf
a
Oregon
r Dot g r l l l i i g e o a a
T h r e rr ati»
plant
A comic
car­
W lie ti In K e d m o n d . th è r a n r h e r a huahaud ton igh t".
b I» liert*. aro! Il la u p l o ri«*r>
It la I h r d u l y o f e l e r y hu»lli«*a»
a r e re.|uente«| i o « a l l and are M r
toon oxncutod by Kd Krrlckoou and
Uiehrr lo aee M r
Mr* «o at ol f im i inan to b a n t f«»r m o r e e«»a a \V««
Kohl, altracind much atten­
M e) er
and
ge t
aepualntnl
mlth (loo
Kt » h a t arrangr|||ei«l« rati to’ m a de h a i r g«*t t h r In d us tr y that
ma de
tion
on thn proftram*. which worn
hi in
k I m p o n i t i * a f r a m o r o ear l o a d » t h e W i l l a i n r t t « V a l l e » f a m o u » . and
md card hoard, waa thn follow ing
I ■■«»»
H r ba» r o m » b rrr
and If yo u ge t yo u r a h o u ld o r un«l«*r ( h r
on thn front pattn:
T h e Spokenitian f o r Job w o r k .
Tliouith women firs, wore tuadn
for men
Tim m conma tw elve montha each
four yearn when
The women alone have power to
rhooae,
And icentlemen may not refute.
On the laat pane o f the program
waa printed theae line«:
"T h e re awlma no icooae an urey.
but aooti or late
She flnda »«nun honeat
K*nder
for her m ate".
The women who attended
the
hall had to pay for the dance tick­
et*. and the men were
admitted
free. The men outnumbered
thn
women.
Mr* Aahlny Format and Mr*. E
tl. Sherwood acted t> patroneaaea
o f the a ffair, and had a reception
booth In one corner o f thr hall that
waa handaouiely decorated.
Thn men folka am wiahlnK that
“ I'a tilrla " would noon «Iv r anoth­
er I hi 11
mibj««eia a m i g l a d i ) a i m a e r a l l «|ur»-
(Iona
Special on Candy
la » t
season
u
P e r i i a pn O llir r
H a ll
s l i o had c h a r g e o f t h e e v e n t , » « «
on.- o f Hit- picMHing no.dal e v e n t * o f
t r r i i o o n m e e t i n g al Mt«<||||ond, S I«
(* ?». iu ild la n
l'im r i i l l i l t l r ,
aliti
lllelut|t‘«l
In the cheaper grades we
Nits
F r i d a y it I k It t In M u m u 'a hull
It)
" I h l i l r l t . " an out* o f t lit ' b a c h e l o r
Kirin o i i In- . i t ) a i > l.'.l t h e c o r t c r l e ,
ftdlin
br
I*« 1.1.
white,
K « I NT— «
< t c o « « m « r n
h o ld in g d i e I li»! liuti*
'lite
pittile
tota ar e l o tiold « f o r m o o n am i af-
•|M*aWern a l i o
TO
PI.KAMIN4J
C a W t t s ,
nini K ìmh | ( 'ommlttttlon-
d « e ftittd t o u m « I
trib u ir
Kilt
M 4 .IIT N IIO U K II
M U tit»
u n rl
J ik M
oligl i 1 to hai«* mieli un
I liuti tuli*
\« Il ! « m i a . th è W l l l g f l i e t t «
Val
1«
I. «H T M I H I « «
oi l
• i « o f f i c e ai P o r t l a n d , t h o u g l i l Ih«*
ir r i/ a t e d »«*<-ll«»ti o f I V n t r u I O r e g o n
h)
Finish in the higher grades.
Sili II KM lit I.IKI.S o r T H K r m
h olding
of
d ir
li ¿in
Mr
BOX PAPER
We always
Pay Market Price
A Salem dispatch dated January
26th.
»aya:
The
Desert
Land
Hoard today haa practically decided
to dlacontinuc further luveatiRatlon
In the matter o f the work
belnit
done by the Central Oregon Irrig a ­
tion Co. and permit the company to
proceed with the largest project in
the state, which la located
ucar
Itedmond
The company lias suc­
ceeded In raising «150.(100 with
which to complete the project, and
haa agreed to file a «50,000 hood
with the Iwiaril to a»aure good faith
III com pleting the project aa aoou a»
poaalble. The project covers Joo-
ooo acres o f the richest land In
Central Oregon, according to
the
boiird. and the Irrigation company
H um already constructed a canal and
la furnishing water for 50.000 acres
The new diversion dam w ill be eon-
structml near Hcnd, and water will
he furni»he«l to thr towns ot Mad­
A Rood ailed audience attended ras, Kcdmond and Hettd. while
In
the entertainment Riven Inat nlRht the neighborhood o f 250.01*0 acre»
In Muma'a hall hy the latdma lliilld- o f land w ill he Irrigated from the
IU r Committee of the I'reahy tnrtnn ditches.
church.
The proRram
waa ex-
erllentljr rendered, and the
farce.
"T h e Oliatlnate Fam ily," kept
the
audletiee In a roar. The drllla were
under the dlreetlon o f Mra Finite,
and were aomelliliiR new In till»
city Follow I h r la the proRram tlint
waa R iv e n :
Iiintruiuontn! Selection, Mlaa Kva
Hrown.
Solo Mra. O. A. M. I.Illy.
A Salem dispatch o f January 27
Itecltatlon
Mra. I.loyil llarader.
»ays:
Side tracking, for a time al
Maypole Drill Ten Young
Ijt- least, thr llenhani Falla project, the
dlea.
Central Oregon Irrigation Comiutny
Male Quartet, Meaara llu»h, llrew-
representatives and the State Des­
er, WiMidwanl and llaney.
ert Laud Hoard completed a draft
Itecltatlon hy Mra. Orcta Sher­ o f a contract on the remainder o f
wood.
the project tonight.
I*uet by Mra. «V II. Ilobha and
That this may be only tentative,
I. I>. t»ab«>rne.
aa before, however, ta evidenced by
Itecltatlon by Mlaa Ituth U lly .
the fact that neither aide signed It.
Drill by French Dolía.
and then refused to do so tonight.
S our
"T h e
Preacher
and Ihe
This la taken as an Indication that
H ear" hy Hale Ordway.
even further changes may he made
Farce The Ohatlnate Fam ily.
The agreem ent aa It atanda, barring
Good Night Drill
a few minor changes, la aa those
Everyone on the program carried
previously drawn.
their part out well. The
alnglnx
waa fine, and eapectally the duet hy
As soon aa a married man
be­
Mra. Ilohha and Mr. (»»borne. The
lieves he Is a martyr, he la looking
Continued on Inaert
for trouble and soon flnda It.
ENTERTAINMENT LAST
NIGHT WELL RECEIVED
NO WATER CONTRACT
BEEN SIGNED YET
By a unanimous vote, says
the
Oregonian o f the 2 4th. the Senate
Committee on Public l.ands combin­
ed and favorably reported the Ho-
rah three year homestead bill and
the Jones bill granting homestead­
ers six months' leave o f absence in
each year o f residence.
As the bill is reported.hom cs'ea l-
ers, a fter the first six month* of
continuous
residence
u»»in
their
land, w ill be entitled to leave their
homestead for six months in each
succeeding year, the time when ab­
sent to be couutcd as part o f
the
three years' residence reuulred
l»y
law. Thus, the homesteader w ill In­
side to get their title a fter ru lll-
vatlng Ills laud for three successive
aumers. ami will lie permitted to tie
away from his land each winter to
earn money elsewhere.
The committee was unanimous in
reporting the hill and it w ill
I m <
called up and uniiuestionahly
will
pass the Senate at an early
day.
This combined bill is In direct line
with the reform urged by Senator
Itorah In hi» speech last week So
effective was that speech
that a
number o f eastern senators stand
ready to vote for the ineasure.which
Is framed to facilitate the acquire­
ment o f title by homesteader*.
It
is believed tho hill will pass with­
out opposition.
The bill
applies to enlarged
homesteads, as well as to 160-acre
entries
19697604
NEW CHURCH HERE
The Spokesman is informed that
Hevard A Gant o f this city, have
secured the contract for
building
the new Catholic church here. The
church w ill be 21x52, and w ill
be
located on lots I I and 12. In block
17, and will coat In the neighbor
hood o f «1*00.
W ork on the building will
I»-
commenced next week and be push­
ed forward rapidly.