Redmond Spokesman Published at the “ Hub City” o f Central Oregon I VOL 2. No. 45 Ï N s i l l I B )'W ilts hi m IK n i l V I A I IKK anil Jam«.* it, s»ur,| the rani ran to Donahue, J ui I k ** h r Kill* o|i|iiialiiK Ih r details uf drawing ii|i the roll Iran warn continued until m ,„, ■lay, ami In I ha event that Ilia Kraml Jury does nothing Injunrllun pro ceedings will I,., umlartahaii, II u •aid. T AX- DAIRY COW S HOMESTEAD BILL AHIIIVK l\ AGAINST CITY dlapalrh frinii llrnd lo a l ’ori »a *» A n w M In li mai procedure nf thè ruunly t a » ardine con tra ri fo r cruising l ‘ITA U i s l N KIKMT I s ilN T IN T IIK tir llmliar In Iha ruunly tu tha “ 4M'4 I PATH i\ TA A " r * l blddar, Iha la ip a y a r a bara iha luaitar bafura iha grand M \TTKIl la truuba. whlrh haa baan b r a » •ulna lima, raarhad a r i t m a i a d a i * ago » ban Iha ruuuly m u ri >ilad a r o n l r a r l fo r Iha rrulaa lo iHiuohua uf P ortlan d fila bld ti retila an arra, othara ranglng t \ ren i» lo I t i Thla maana ITaranra o f 1 11 ,0 0 0 l o tha t a i ra balaaan Iha hlghaal and low |d, aa Ihara ara auma »00 .000 i uf llmliar land In Iha rou nly la mattar (Irai rama up In Jan- , a ban tha m u r i Inrludad In Iha a l a i lavy 1 t, in11la lo p ro lld a a for a rrulaa o f Iha llmba r for lon aaaaamanl purposea lllda Orai upatied on March 3Mh. al h lima a larga numbar o f Iha big rr o » tiara prolaalad agalnat Iha a. aaylng Iha m u r i had no au- ly lo unda rlak a aurh art lon. and aitar Iha data « a r a aaruratl Iha ly aaaaaaor rould noi ba coiti- d lo uae II In luaklng aaaaaa a Tha m o lla r « a a poatponed iha May l a m i o f m u r i , al li Ulna Iha I I blda « a r a subnilt- rommtaalonara K II llaylay Fishing Tackle TWO <'All l / M I I S O I KINK HTt>t K tTl.TIVATI4»N OK SIXTEENTH OK n il Itrn A I T T i l J l IIA | $1.50 PER YEAR ItKDMONI). ( HOOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1912 In iha rirruli l ’ourl al Prlnevllle laal « aak Iha llijunrllon aulì of K. Mahar al al agalnat Iha l ’Hy of llad- niond lo raairaln It from mltarilng "orrupatlon la i," «aa darldad In fa vor of Iha plalnllffa. Tha damurrvr Intarpoaad by Iha ally «aa ovarrulad by Iha rourl and iha rlty glvan lo daya In «hlrh lo plaad further Tha ra n «III now bo triad on Ila marita. l u m i. Is |.E \sKll Il la understood Ihat Iha Ilota! Itadmond haa beati le ased from May or Jone* for a term of five yeara by It Holland of llermlaon. w h o will lake rharga of Iha house Iha (trat of Iha w eak . A number of I m p r o v e ment* ara l o ba made In Iha build Ing. a ste am healing plant being one of Ih a moat Important. Tha Spokesman for good printing IIKIIMllMI TRACT MK.COM» I RAK. Mth I,AMT HATIKDAY IN TIIIHI» IIK IjllK K I) II K Mayer and J W. Drown re turned from Iha Valley laat Friday night with Iwo ear loads of fine dairy rowa These fo w l ware distributed Saturday morning lo people who had signed contracts agreeing to take them. The roal of tha rows ranged from ISO to Mu eaeli, with an average of 166 They were all In milk, and with proper rare will aaaily pay for themselves Inside of a year Out of tha | IS,000 available at tha Hank of Commerce to purchase cows with, only 14200 haa thus far baan used If there are others who want cows they should sea Mr. Mey er Immediately as he will shortly leave for the V’allay and Washington points to buy two more car loads Ha has almost two cars signed up already. The very liberal offer of the Dank of Commerce to furnish the money for the purchase of the cows and let the farmers have the rows by pay ing }6 a month, ought to appeal to (|ulle a number of people. No oth er sectlou haa had such an opportun ity. Sign up for a few rows and It will help you, and the whole ited- mond 1 »strict. A Washington dispatch says: The conference committee has reached an agreement on the Dorah-Jones three year homestead bill. The bill, as finally agreed upon. Is practically the bill aa It passed the House, with an added amendment re quiring the cultivation of one six teenth of the area of entry during the second year of residence and one eighth of the area the third year, be fore making final roof. The essen tial features of the Senate and House bills are retained. The homestead period Is reduced from five to three years and home steaders are permitted to be absent from their land not to exceed five months In each year after establish ing a residence. The three year period will begin to run from the time of establish ment of arutal residence upon the land and If. because of climatic con ditions, sickness or other unavoid able cause, a settler cannot establish residence at the time of filing, he may be allowed 12 months from the date of filing In which to commence his residence. The cultivation requirement that was adopted by the conference com mittee will apply to enlarged home There la little enthusiasm that will steads as well as to 160-acre home nul cool In the presence of real dan steads and to homesteads on recla ger. mation projects. Fish are biting good now and if you want to get the right kind of tackle—flies, lines, rods, etc.-- I can fix you out complete at reasonable prices. Our Soda Fountain with all the Popular Drinks, is at your service M endenhall’s A F M E N D E N H A LL SATISFIED CUSTOMERS lA*ave our store every day because we sell them HIGH GRADE, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE AT MONEY SAVING PRICES Royal Worcester Non-Rustable Corsets FIT, WEAR, SATISFY and insure you against corset troubles. The most potent charm of womanly beauty is a PERFECT CORSET, attained through wearing a Perfect G>rset correctly fitted. Royal Worcester Corsets beautify and improve every figure, moulding the form until it assumes the graceful and symetrical lines of the ideal. In fact the Royal Worcester is the one MEDIUM Priced Corset that combines every health and fashion feature, and is the favorite of every woman. PRICES, $1.00 to $3.00 NEXT WEEK SPECIAL Soda, 6c pkg. Fine Bed Sheets 81x90, regular 75c for 59c Dry Apricots pound I2l/ 2c EHRET BROTHERS Big Department Store Highest in Quality, Lowest in Price Highest Price paid for Eggs. Bring them to us Jl KIRK H A T IK D A Y NIGHT W AS Q l'IC K - FRANK A R N O LD W ITH BADLY* H IR T KOYYDKR ON HIS LY Ml BDl'KD CLOVKRDALK KAHM Fire that started from an over heated stove broke out Saturday night at 11:40 in the back room at Mendenhall’! confectionery store on 6th atreet between D and E streets A Japanese who was passing saw the blaze and gave an alarm and a number of revolver shota were Bred by other persona to aid In spreading the alarm. The front plate glass door was kicked out by an early arrival at the fire and In a few momenta, with the aid of a hand chemical fire extin guisher brought by Mayor Jones the blaxe waa gotten under control. Fire Chief Wells and the chemical apparatus arrived soon after the alarm was turned in. and plenty of chemical was thrown on the smould ering lire to ensure safety from Us breaking out again. The atove from which the fire caught was situated cloae to a pine partition, which was covered with asbestos, but the fire In the atove was so hot that the partition be came Ignited where It waa not pro tected. Mr. Mendenhall had been scrub bing and cleaning up the place and had used the stove to heat water on. He left a ahort time before the Are broke out. and stated he had no idea ther waa much Ore in the stove when he left. He estimates his loss about 360. fully covered by insurance. Had the fire broken out half an hour later, or not been discovered Just aa It was starting, the chances are that a serious conflagration would have started endangering the whole business section on 6th atreet for three blocks. Sisters Herald: Frank Arnold, who lives in Cloverdale, while blast* ing rock on his farm Friday fore noon , was blown up and badly Injur ed about the face and head. Mr. Arnold waa using home made blasting powder and in loading a hole used a crowbar to tamp the powder into the hole. It Is the sup position that the bar striking against the rock caused sparks which set off the charge of powder. Being almost directly over it it is a miracle he waa not instantly killed. As it was Mr. Arnold was badly cut about the face and eyes besides being cut and bruised about the body. He waa taken to Redmond and placed under a physician's care, who reports that he believes he will be able to save both of Mr. Arnold's eyea, but that it will be some time before he will be able to use them. Pieces of rock were embedded la the balls of both eyes, and Mr. Ar nold Is certainly fortunate If he es capes with his sight. Mr. Arnold Is a son-in-law o f Mr. and Mrs. Gist of the Commercial Ho tel. s' The editor of the Herald waa en gaged in mining for a number o f years and Is familiar with the use and dangers of powder. For the benefit of those who do not know. never use anything but a woodetf stick to tamp powder with. C A l t l H T MANY KISH IS VOI R W A N T AD ATTENDINO TO THE MATTER KOR YOVT While you're buay about your af fairs— those affairs which you can't leave to others— do you have a want ad attending to your most urgent want ad task? For. If there's something which ■ want ad can do for you. there's no need to wait— the want ad SH Ol'LD BE AT WORK NOW. The Spokesman can help you out with your want ads. A fishing party from here com posed of R. C. Immele, C. H. Fry and Mr. Ridenour went Ashing at Od in Falla Sunday. They caught some big fish and a large number of me dium sited ones. M. A. Lynch. Ash ley Forrest, J. D. Butler and Z. Tal- Say what you please, there is aome liaferro went on the same day over thing lovable about a Tom boy. in the vicinity of Cline Falls and al How often do you do things when so had good luck. J. D. Butler se you know better? Be careful; It'* cured the largest catch of the day— a dangerous habit. he gathered in 64 nice trout. You should get no message from your brain or heart that Is not some Praise, however exaggerated. Is where near the truth. always nearer the truth than abuse Aim high, but don’t overhoot the Many people are helpless because enemy, who Is constantly peppering they are cowardly. you.