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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1911)
I have recently received a large stock
of the Celebrated, well known
The BEST WAGON MADE. We have
all kinds and a guarantee goes with
ever}' one of them.
If you want a Satisfactory Wagon
You will Buy a WINONA.
Th* Oregon Trunk Railway is open for businr«« to Opal City,
just north of Crooked River.
The Jones Warehouse Co.
GEO. A. JONES, Manager
will handle all freight at Opal City for the railroad. The old Shaniko
Moody Warehouse ivstem will be employed. Merchant* will get their
gooda promptly and without inconvenience. Opal City will be the freight
terminus for 90 davs more. Have your freight consigned in care of
Address communications to BEND OREGON.
O’NEIL BROTHERS COMPANY, INC.
M A D R A S , O R E.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers and Jobbers in Wines, Liq
uors and Cigars. Sole agents for Stonewall and Mc
Coy Whiskies and The Napa Soda Springs Mineral
Water. Distributers for Edel Brau. Schlitz and Rai
We also carry a strong line of Glassware. Bar Tow
els, Playing cards and etc. Especially adapted to the
Orders by Phone or Mail will receive prompt attention
Round Trips East
From Madras, Metoiius, Culver and Opal City
S t^ a u l---- \ Milwaukee t ™ Philadelphia i *1no
Minneapolis I Chicago ) 50 New York \ l10850
Omaha .. $60 _ St. Louis.. . $70.00 Baltimore
Denver t m
Colo. Spgs t
Boston ......... $110.00
Many other points in proportion.
Dates of Sale: June 16. 17, 21. 22. 28. 29. 30. July 1 to 6.
19, 20, 26. 27. 28, August 3, 4. 5. 14 to 17. 21 to 23. 28 to 30.
September 1. 2. 4 to 7.
A variety of routes going and returning. Return limit
October 31. Stopovers allowed in each direction.
R ailw ay
Clatsop Beach on the Pacific, Round Trips
Madras, $12.15 Metoiius, $12.45
Culver. 12.30 Opal City, 12.75
Tickets sold daily: good returning all summer. Stop-overs
Astoria, Ore., Aug. 10-Sept 9.
Low round trip fares to and from eastern points are in
effect on various dates. Details furnished on application.
Train leaves Opal City daily 9:00 a. m„ Culver 9:15 a. m..
Metoiius 9:30 a m., Madras 9:45 a.m. arrive Portland 7:45p.m.
B. R. Ness,
R. E. Michael,
Agent Culver, Ore.
Agent Madras. Ore.
J. H. Corbett.
T. A. Graham,
A gent Opal City, Ore.
Agent. Metoiius Ore.
A HOWLING SUCCESS.
Th* P<n Quid* Thal W«• Unique In
Coaoinai an Ich«.
Home for Sale
Kleien year old trotting horae tine condition. A llamlln organ in
will U* aold for feed Hill at mv
Redmond. Orv., Juno 22. 1911 stähle
in Kcdmond o» Saturda.v, 4M If Mis, Arthur Templeton.
July Ist. at 2 o’rlock p. m.
Team for Sale
Two high grade Bb ('omets
All around ranch and family
Mare for «Sale
liest made, aatin silver fin
young team, harness and wagon.
year old mare. hranded 'I Inquire at thia office.
ish. gold piatovi boll, high O Ten
ahoulder. will In* s»>M
and low pitch. These cor
nets atv practically new and for feed bill, at my stähle at
The choicest vacant comer fsix
will he sold at a bargain.
W. J. Wood*. 48t3 100 on Sixth street, only one
For further information in th.
blvH'k from Hotel Redmond, thia
quire at Spokesman office.
is a snap for a quick buy, $ 1 h u i
fow for Sale
takes it. See Jones I .and Com
Please Settle I p
G o « h I cow for aale reaiauiable.
Having sohl my lumber yard Inquire at thia Office.
business in Redmond to the I\im*
llonu'N for .Sale
A-l.um Lumber Co.. 1 respect
fully ask all w ho are indebted to 100 aerva Und clearcd. See Two goral mares and one young
horse. Call at Spokesman office.
me to call at my office and settle l.iddell
on the Wilson ranch.
Po well Butti'S. Address. I’nne
Ben (»otter. vjiie.
Sutieerdie for The .S|H»kesman.
The Redmond Spokesman
Two Bh ('omets for Sale
Mr. Ib'wi'lla in hi* story of early
travels in Italy de»eril»e* an inter
eating experience and a ''unique
guide, hot i of alinli he ernenn
tered in IV». The hnptiatery alnntla
but a *trp from the C'nnipo Santo,
ami the guide nähere»! the party m
with the air of one who ha» held Ina
great atroke in reserve until now.
He a ait»'d until they hail look«*«! at
»«Hue comparatively trifling svulp-
turea before he raixed hi* voice and
uttered a melodious »[»vie» of
While we atood in amaiement
the con*« ion* »trm ture of the dome
caught the a»tun«l and prolonged it
with a variety ami sw«*cfi»«**s of
which l could not have dreamed.
The man poured out in quit k »u«'
ressinn Ir.s muau'sl wail* and then
«eased, and a choir of heavenly ech
oes Inimt forth in responae.
There *a* a *up«*rn»tiiral leauty
in the*«* harmonica of which I <!<*-
T a k e n l Tp
«jmir of giving anv true idea. l'hev
wer«* of »uoh tender ami evalttxl
rapture that we might well have
thought them flu* voi,«*» of young about May 15. two l«a> mares,
eyed cherubim »inging a* the\
pa*»«*«l through paradise They yearling and a 3-year old weigh
•eemeil a celestial compassion that ing alHv.it 1100. Owner can
stivoped and simtli«**! and rose again same by paying charges.
in lofty act'laim.
We were long silent am! then
btvke forth with orie* of admira-
For Sale or Trade
ti«»n. of which the marvelous echo
First-class No. 3 Faul
"Did you ever hear such musk* a» Stump Puller with cable, for
that ?*’ asked the guide.
trade for stock. Daniel
“The papal ehoir doe* not equal or
Wilson Ranch. Po
it,” we answered with one voice.
The cicerone «as not to be si-
lenced even with such a tribute. ville, Oregon.
He went on:
•'Perhaps, as Americans, yon
know Mi*hu Keel more, the preai- See MELROSE
dent? No? Ah, what a tine man!
Well, one «lay he saul to me here.
'We have the finest echo in the terms on lots in Melrose Park.
world in the hall of congress.' 1
said nothing, hut for answer I Those who have their dental
merely howl«*»! a little — thus!
Moshu Fillmore was convinced. work done at Dr. Cline's office in
Saul he, 'There is no other echo in Khret’s block, are always satis
fied. for he uses all the improved
“I am unique," pur*tied the cice dental methods and all his work
rone, "for making this e»*ho. But.”
he added, with a sigh, “it ha* l>een is guaranteed.
mv ruin. The English have put me
in all the guidetxvok*, ami some Bring your final proof notices
times I have to howl twenty times to The Spokesman office. We
will make out your application
“When our Victor Emmanuel for proving up. and attend to all
came here 1 ahowed him the church, the details necessary in the mat
the tower and the Camp«» Santo.
Said the king: 'Pfui' ”—here the ter.
cicerone gave that sweeping out
ward motion with both hands by The finest homes in Redmond
which Italians dismiss a trilling wifi be located in beautiful MEL
subject. “ 'Make me the echo!’
ROSE PARK with its large lots
“ I was forced,” concluded the and
wide streets and avenues,
cicerone, with a strong sense of in
jury in his tone, “to howl half an on the highest elevation within
hour without ceaaing."
the city limits, with irrigation
. J S v e e v f l
A T e r rib le T h re a t.
An engineering operation uptown
made it necessary a few davs ago
for one of the workmen to hold an
other on a rope halfway down a
deep well. A fall would probably
have lieen fatal, and Patrick kept
the rope tight and steady while
Terence made the dangeroua de
After a quarter of an hour Pat
rick's attention wandered to some
thing else. Instinctively he kept
hold of the rope, hut he did not
hear Terence calling to him that it
was time to pull him up until his
fellow worker raised his voice in an
“ Pull me up,” called Tprence.
“Pull me up, I tell ye. If ye don’t
pull me up, drat ye. I'll cut the
rope, and then where'll you be?”—
T h « C it y of P a ris .
The founders of Pari*, emigrat
ing from »ome (»reek or Etruscan
country on the shores of the Medi
terranean sea, rowed their galleys
up the river Seine. They took pos-
sesaion of the island in that stream
on which their city is built and, ac
cording to the legends that have
come down to the present time,
called it “Baris,” which is Greek
for a boat then used upon the river
.Vile, whence Paris. The island on
which the adventurers landed was
held to t.vpify a boat, and to this
day the coat of arms of that fa
mous city is an ancient galley.—Ar
O n « W a y O ut.
An influential woman member of
a fashionable church in Philadel
phia had gone to her pastor with
the complaint that she was greatly
disturbed bv one of her neighbors.
“Why,” sail) ahe, “that man in the
pew behind ours destroys all my de
votional feelings when he trie# to
sing. Couldn’t you ask him to
change hia pew?” The pastor re
flected. “ Well,” said he at last, “I
naturally feel a little delicacy on
that (core, especially as I should
have to give a reason. But I tell
you what I might do—I might aak
him to join the choir.”
water on every lot
When in need of any dental
work call on Dr. C. A. Cline in
the Khret block, and you will Is* |
pleased with the results obtained
All the latest methods of dental
practice are used, and satisfac-
tion in every instance guaran
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION
Department of th» Interior. U. S
Band Offirr at Th» Dali»*, Orrgon.
June 10, 1911.
Notice i* hereby giv»n that Er»«lnrk
II. Wj|»on. of I.ai «1 law. Or»eon, «boon
January 3tth. 1910, mail» ?i.»m.-*t»a»l
No. OfitSW, for NWJ, S»»tH>n C. Town
»hip l.r> South, Kang«- 12 Ea»t, Wiliam
»tt» M«-ndian. ha* tiled notir» of mt»n
tion to mak» Final commutation Proof,
to »»tablmh claim to th» land almv.-
'bucrib»«!, ti»fnr» It. C. Kill*. U. S i
l 'ommiiuiion»r at hi* oflic», at Bend,
Oregon, on th» 24th day of July. 1911.
Claimant nam»» a* witn«-**»»
Jam»« Hre»n of Rend, Oregon.
Chaunc»y P. H»rker. Grov»r (i. C,*r-
king. David .M. Siry. all of Lstdlaw,
('. W. Moor». K»gi*t*r.
Finit publication june 15-july IS
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co.
K. L I'AKKKR. Prop'r.
LEADING HOTEL OF CENTRAL OREGON
We Cater to the Commercial Trade
JAMES B. (.KKKN, Proprietor
Corner of Seventh and E St».,
Fine Wines, Liquors
A Good Line of ¡A in c h Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
VYe have a lar^e stock of the Celebrated PHOENIX PRK-
F A RED I AIN’T, all colors, that you should sen* if you are
Kointf to need paint this year.
A CARLOAD OF Bl GGIES, WAGONS and McCORMICK FARM
MACHINERY, BARBED WIRE and WOVEN WIRE FENCING
See us for your FISHING TACKLE.
We can supply all your needs.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore