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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1911)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub C ity ”
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RICHMOND, ( HOOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. JULY 13, 1911
gine the eaca|M* valve o f the
1 Imiler wan rip|ied off and Mteam
ami hot water *hot into the car
tilled with panic ntricken pa-men-
gem, who had been projected in
to the front end o f the coach by
the impact P. J. Gallinger, a
conductor, wan riding with con
ductor Can* at the rear end o f
the car. Roth clung to a neat a*
Train I a ' uvch Track on Sharp Curve and P» hm * the ear «hot down the emltank-
enRer Cars Go Down Embankment— One m ent They escaped Herioua in
Man Instantly Killed and and 25 Injured, Thom a* Mile«, engineer, and
I have just received a large
Five of Which Die in the Hospital at The (.«•urge McKillip, fireman, Maid
they knew nothing of the danger
shipment of these celebrated
Dalles— Escaping; Steam From locomotive until the locomotive wax rolling
goods in Spring and Summer
down the xteep incline.
laterally Cooks Imprisoned Passengers
men xlayed with the engine un
weights and styles.
til it xtruck the Ixittom o f the
I want you to see this line of
McKillip was uncon-
xcioux and wax caught under the
, O ’ man wax kill«*«) instantly, the intense heat o f the after rah. hut extricate«! himxelf be-
BE IN A TT EN D AN C E
for I am certain you will be
five morr have at nee «li«*«l in the noon.
f«»re the safety valve wax rel«*aM-
hot; tul at The Dalles, and a doz
When the engine hit the sun- ed.
satisfied with the goods, fit and
en more were hurt w hen a south- kink in the rail it left the track
A special train wax made up at
Better come in today.
bound Oregon Trunk passenger and ml let I down a 10-foot em The I »all«** and physician* w ere
Expected That Satisfactory
tm ri plunged over a
fo o t em bankment.
The luggage car re hurrie«l to the xcene o f the acci-
Price* Will Be Ob
bankment 2 ) mil«** north o f Sher- mained on the rail*, but the day «lent. The injured were taken
o'clock Mon coach, following, left the track, to a hospital there.
tained for Stock
day afternoon. The train wan plunging 40 feet to the top o f
S. I,. Arthur o f S«*attle. «me of
ng 40 mile* an hour when it the locomotive in the ditch.
Continued on last page
■Ini' i a spread rail, ramwd by
When the car struck the en
All indicationx now point that
the horse sale to be held here
next Monday will be a success
The sale has been extensively
advertised in this section and
other jiarts o f the state, and the
result has been that Secretary
Phoenix o f the Central Livestock
Association und^r w hose super
vision the sale will be held, has
For the next xix «lay*, beginning MONDAY. July 3, we will offer a special
received word from many parties
bargain in each department o f the store, that for «piality and price will be
stating they would attend the
the BIGGEST BARGAIN in that chum o f merchandise «»ffered in this
county. In caxe dome o f the bargain l«»tx ar«’ Bold out l»efore you vixit the
sale either to offer stock for sale
At Monster Meeting Held Here Tuesday Night
xt«»re. we will immediately supply their places with new Iota at cut prices.
or to buy.
This bargain event is to I k * the greatest month for busineaa in the history
One firm oi stockmen from the
Governor West and Members of the Board
of the store. And no matter w hat the price quoted you'll find the qualities
Willamette valley has brought in
Listen to Grievances of Water Users in This
dependable und worthy o f your (tatronage.
a bo **•* o f 90 head o f Jersey
District and Promise That a Thorough I n
c o « i and he..*'**8 which will be
offered for sale on easy terms.
vestigation Will Be Made of Existing Con
Stockmen in this section o f the
ditions Between Water Co. and Settlers
state will have a number o f hor
ses and i-attle to offer buyers at
Secretary Phoenix has receiv
All of our Men’ s $4.00 Oxfords
Governor West. Attorney Gen association, presided, and a num
ed word from a number o f buy
Crawford. State Treasurer ber o f water users stated their
ers from the outside.
and J«>hn H. Lewis, state grievances against the company.
wants to buy a solid trainload of
all members o f the
Ben Gotter stated what the
30 «‘ars o f stock, and several oth
I.and Board, arriv- settlers considered their rights in
ers want to buy from one carload
«•d here Tuesday evening and at the excess acreage matter, an«!
All of our Ladies’ $3.00 Oxfords
up. for shipment to market.
From these indications it is fig tended a monster meeting in Attorney General Craw ford said
ure«! that the Monday sale, which Ehret's hall to meet members of he would bring a suit in the name
is the first sale instituted by the the Central Oregon Irrigation o f the state against the irriga
ass«>ciation. will lie a succes and I Co. Water Users' Association and tion company and have the case
Knit Union Summer Suits, reg
pave the way f«»r future sales to listen to grievances the water threshed out in court.
ular 50c kind
lie held here once a month dur users in this section have against
Kirk Whited, J. J. Ellineer. J.
the Central Oregon Irrigation
ing the summer and fall.
A. Thompstm and others explain
Co. so as to get an intelligent ed to the land board the harmful
idea o f existing conditions with
conditions o f the present irriga-
Store room for rent on
a view to remedying the same.
All Linen Unbleached Toweling,
fith between E and F
P. H. Dencer. president o f the
Continuetl on last page
ON ORE. TRUNK
THE HORSE SALE
Indications Favor Large
Sale of Livestock at the
Initial Sale to He Held
in This Next Monday,
E. L. R A P P
“ The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
S u m m e r
B a rg a in s
DESERE LAND BOARD PROMISES
RELIEF EO EHE WATER USERS
Dry Goods Dept.
regular 12Vic yard
at 9c yard
GLASS and CROCKERY
You will always find this department complete, and prices
right. Here are a few sample prices:
Good Coffee, lb ........................ 25c
3 can F ru it................................. 50c
Tomatoes, 2 for ........................... 2.5c
~EH r ¥ t BROS.
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
To the Public:
Come and see
’heese, per lb...........................20c
Laundry Soap, 8 bars............25c
bars Glycerine hand soap.. 25c
Farmers and Ranchers
If you ilesire to have a
creamery established in this
district, sign up on the lists
at Khret Bros, and Lynch A
Roberts stores the number
o f cows you will furnish
cream from Sept. 1st. Three
hundre«! will have to be se
cured before the creamery
can be started.
I desire to announce to the citizens of
bought J. A . Norwood's interest in the
store in the postoffice building, and ask
Samuel Weihl o f Sisters has inj
vented a varmint trap that works
successfully in trapping all kinds
o f animals that are pests and
prey on the farmer and others.
jThe invention is so simple that
anyone can use it, and it is also
He has applied
i for a patent on the invention.
for a share o f the public's patronage
when they desire any thing in the Con
fectionery, Stationery, leather Goods,
Sporting Goods, Cigar or Tobacco line.
W. H. ANDERSON