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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1911)
Big Horse Sale
THE CENTRAL OREGON IJVESTOCK ASSOCIA
TION, OF REDMOND, announce their first
monthly sale day,
MONDAY, JULY 17th
and continuing until all stock listed is sold.
Have You Any Horses You Wish to Sell?
We guarantee to have the buyers here. List
your Stock AT ONCE with
Wm. G. Phoenix
Secretary , Redmond, Ore.
SNAPPED A BURSTING BOMB.
a P h«tayraph«r In O attina a
W onderful Picturs.
fine fit the roost rcrnsrkshle pho-
tograph* ever obtained was that of
til** actual exploding of the bomh
which was thrown at the king and
queen of Mpuni on the occasion of
It waa secured by an operator for
one of the largest firms of press
photographers am), according to the
London Strum] Magazine, proved a
veritable gold mine, appearing in
dose on 3.00») publications.
The photograph was secured
more or lea* by a piece of good luck.
The operator waa on a »tarn! with
lua camera ill I he place allotted to
him by the police, waiting for the
procession to sp|M'sr. The camera
ws* placed facing down the street
up which the procession was to
From the moment it came in
sight until the royal carriage was
within nhout thirty yards of him
the operator secured three pictures.
He then readjusted the camera so
as to get « good picture of the king
and queen in their csrnage, which
was shout ten yurda from him.
At the instant that the operator
pressed the hall and exposed a plate
a dark object waa hurled at the
royal carriage from a balcony win
dow, slid then followed instantly a
blinding flash and a noise like a
thunderclap. The operator was
hurled half stunned to the ground,
his camera following him. When
he was able to stand he saw a ter
rible scene I k - low him. The large
crowd was stampeding in all direc
Anv one luckless enough to fall
in that storm of rushing humanity
waa instantly trampled to death,
and several did fall. Some thirty
people in all were killed on that oc
casion, of whom at least half were
simply crushed or trampled to
death in the panic that followed the
explosion. It is very remarkable
that all the plates in the operator's
camera were broken with the excep
tion of the last one he had exposed,
which depicted the actual scene at
the moment of the explosion.
C ouldn't F m I Raatua.
I ncle ltastus always contributed
to the coal fund of the A. M. E.
church in a small town juat across
the river from Cincinnati. Year i
Cost of soiling will be nominal. For further particulars
after year he dug down into his
jean* for his little donation until
address the Secretary.
finally the edifice was remodeled
and a new heating plant installed.
At the usual time the parson ap- '
proached Raatua and again asked
one, ami yet no one, not even the The widow of a trench deputy him to be a cheerful giver.
REAL SOLID WEALTH.
family itaclf, had ever laid eye or
on your life!" retorted Rns-
the ilav after the funeral to tua, “Not
hand on tlua wealth. It eonaiatcd came
emphasis. “Yo* ain’t
consult s great sculptor on the sub gwine ter large
of an rnormoua fci which wn* lying ject
s monument for her hus fo’ coal dia wintah." money out ob me
In n Ialiti where ìimh I ami drink at the ) m it tom of the aca. Many band's of tomb.
sculptor tug “What atn de mattah?” the sur
•ini ready inaili' clothes unni on year* ago an ancestor of this fam gested s portrait The bust.
“Only a prised doininie asked, “llain’t yo*
tre«** and timi be Itati fur the galli ily secured this rcmiirkal.lv valu bust!'* sbe cried indignantly.
“I always guv up fo’ de coal fund befo’
ring it la iit>t eaity In tre liow a able alone, which waa placed on a wish st least a statue with allegor
mm can run ver* deeply in délit for Vuft to In* towed I iciiic . A violent ical figure*.*'
widout de necessity ob usin’ j
kit Imiiu rX|M<naea lini m “The atorin arose, ami tho party was A week later, when the sculptor stress ?"
Island t»f Stono Money" \V. Il obliged to cut the raft adrift, and had the model of the group well in “Yes, sah,” was the reply of the
[J'urnraa .Iti explains that nature'# the atone aank out of sight.
one, “but yo’ kain't fool
hand, came a note saying that the obstinate
foadv made tint lira arc not orna When they reached home they all had
bit, Mistah Parson!
that the bust, after all. Doan’ I know dat
nini ami the aoul of man, «•*(>«• testified that the fci waa of magnifi would decided
yo’ had steam put
ittlly of woman, from the equator cent proportions and lost through weeks the artist worked on the in dat dot church las’ week?”—Cin
B d the polca demanda |H>raonal no fuult of the owner. It waa there bust. At length the young widow cinnati Commercial Tribune.
. allumine ut.
fore conceded that a few hundred
on the arm of an attache
[ I.ike all atlornmcnla, pollatici! feet of water over it ought not to arrived
of legation. She opened her lor Probably W the
•lidia, tortmac alidi, varo -gated affect it* market value. The pur gnette
patriarch's staff was
inspected the bust. “It the first adaptation
of the walking
bratta, ami ao forili, dcmaml labor chasing power of that stone there is very and
like him," she said finally, j stick, and from its first
in tlie making Here, then, the na fore remain* valid._____
ti'ca of Vitp, one of the Caroline
bronze medallion would be in far ! most endless changes. In 1701 foot
ialanda, have ani veil the problem of look of petty jealousy is one of better
political ci tinoiiiv ami found that the distinguishing murk* of tho The monument actually bears s men attending gentlemen were for
likhnr « the true alanthirtl of value. great. To la* entirely frank in the medallion in bronze under the niche bidden to carry swords, these be
ing replaced by a porter’s staff.
But tlua tticiliiini mutt lie enduring
of a rival is better than intended for the full length statue Thirty
years later gentlemen were
•nd. na their i«lnml Jidda nil metal, appreciation
win u liuttlc. I^*e ami Jackson, of the deputy._________
forbidden to carry swords, but al
they have hail reconnu* to atone'— to
lowed to carry large oak sticks. Be
•tune on which lalmr in fetching
Els* ta Consider.
the civil war, were absolute A Something
•ml faahinning haa heen expended during
young cotton worker and his fore many years varnished and pol
•nd aa truly repreaentalive of labor Theodore A. IVxlge quotes a re wife hnd been married only a few ished woods with ornamental heads
•a the mincit and minted coma of mark from each in his article on months, hut it was quite apparent came into use and in one form or
; to the wife that her husband's af- another have held their own.
, Tina medium of exchange they Chnncellorsville.
' fection for her was on the wane. |
Hi* F ath sr D idn't Know.
Call fci. It conaiata of large, solid,
developed a tendency to stay j A little
blindfolded," said Jackson of John
lad was found on the j
thick atone wlieda, ranging in diam low
eter from a foot to twelve feet, Id*o.When Oeneral Ix*e heard of Jack- early morning when hia wife heard i street crying very bitterly because
eart w as broken.
haring in the renter a hole varying
a violent knocking at the door. his The
wound lie exclaimed:
kindly disposed stranger en
in aire with the diameter of the son'*
"lie has lost lus left arm, but I i bedroom window.
to cheer up the little fel
atone, wherein a pole mav lie in- have
lost my right!"
low by saying, “Never mind, my |
•« te,I sufficiently largo to lx*nr the
“It's me," replied John mecklv. bov;
your father can easily inend
Weight and facilitate transporta-
"I’ve just come from the meeting.
A church once gave a charity con We have I k ' cii considering the pres that.”
“No, he can’t,” sobbed the boy.
These stone "coma" arc not made
where the Ix-at talent volun ent strike."
father is a preacher and don’t
oni the laland of Yap, but were cert
teered—the city's leading aingera,
originally ipiarncd and shaped in elocutionists and actors.
At the sit on the doorstep and consider the know
one of the IVIao ialanda, UH» milea end of the concert the chairman present lockout!" was the retort.— Home Journal.
to the southward, and brought to went up to the organ loft and said London Tit-Hits.
A Dry Scat.
Ynp by ventureaoma native naviga to the little bov in patched clothea
had a fire at the
Hot«l K sapar and Robbsr.
tor* in canora ami on rafta over tho who had blown the organ:
manse this morning. Any serious
oc*an by no means na pacific Ha it* “Well, Freddie, what do wo owe A remarkable exhibition of pres loss?
you for your work this evening?” ence of mind stands to the credit of Minister—Ye*. Ten years’ ser
A noteworthy feature of thin The little I hiv looked at the chair James Dennis, an Australian hotel mons
were completely burned.
keeper. One day he found himself Farmer
•tone currency, which i* alao an man in genuine astonishment.
(with the memory of
lly noteworthy tribute to Yap "Why, sir,” he said, “didn’t the behind his own counter looking many
____ *tv, ia that it ih not neccaaarv rest of the talent give their serv down the muzzle of a revolver held Weel, but they Sunday
by a villainous looking fellow who they were so dry, ye ken.—Dundee
for ita owner to reduce it to poanea ices ?" _____________
•ion. After concluding a bargain
hnnda. He raised them, hut protest Advertiser.
which involvea the priri of a fri too
"Surely it doesn't take two of
large to In* conveniently moved ita
D egrading H is M uss.
now owner ia quite content to ac nothing ao beautiful but tliat there you to hold me up.” The robber, “Mamma
you to enter
cept the Imre acknowledgment of ia something still mere beautiful, of who had come alone, turned his papa's factory, wishes
•Wíei hip, and without ao much aa I which this ia the mere image and head to see who the other man do away with all hia unwillingne
a mark to indicate the exchange the expression u something which ran might he. In a flash Dennis’ own j "But, dearest. I’m a poet."
coin reinmna nndiaturlied on the neither I k * perceived bv the eyes, revolver waa out and the rascal’s “All the better. You can write
the ears nor any of the aensea; we opportunity was gone.—Westmin verses for our vinegar advertise
forni, r owner'* premise*.
Khere wn* one family whose comprehend it merely in tha imagi ster Gazette.
,W«tlth was acknowledged by every nation.—Cicero.
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If you are going
to prove up
on your land
come in and
will make out
and attend to
LAMB FEED CO.
Roller Mill and
Dealers in Chop Feed of all kinds. Baled Hay,
Timothy, Alfalfa, Clover, Seeds and Seed
Grain. TOLL CHOPPING DONE.
Manufacturers of Graham Flour
B .S.G ook& G o
M a n a ,.
T w o G ra a t Sold.ara.
If you have
something to sell.
If you want
to buy something
th a T a la n t.
Estate and Gity Property
Office near Bank of Commerce
JAMES B. GREEN, Proprietor
Corner of Seventh and E Sts.,
Fine Wines, Liquors
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
Seed:Ç w ( SL
^ and Ground
Redmond Feed & Fuel Co.