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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1911)
We nr«* now pn*parcd to inHtall I'umpH and
Kitchen Sink» in your home«.
aomcthing you need.
It ta a latmr-Mver und do«*« not r«mt much.
Better let un tulk to you further »I m »ut thin
matter. Cull up Rhone 117 and « c will
give you full detuilN.
If You are Go: ing to
V I L ?
WE IHI Al l. KINDS OF PLUMBING AND
and carry 11 g«»o«l aupply of material for this kind
o f aervice. For further purtiridur« cull on
on yoi ur Homestead come and
THE C. R. McLALLIN CO
(micron K St. between T>th and tith. KKDMOM).
see us about it.
Tum ALum Lumber Co.
W e w ill m ake out your A pplication Papers
FR E E OF CH ARGE
Wholesale nnd Retail iVnler*
Will irive prices deliverssl at yard
or Roberts Bn»* mill
M[)tht'«> and Yard 2 him ks euHt of Redmond Hotel, Redmond
The Redmond Spokesman
Idaho, visited here a few days
this w«*«*k with A I,. Fleming.
Rad nond. Ore., July 27, 11*11
1« K. Smith has some first,
class timothy and alfalfa hay foi
sale. Rhone him, 81?.
Two HI) Cornets for Siile
Tw' I uk I» it ra«h* ilh Cometa,
be. niude. Nutm silver tin-
iah gold piateti l**llt hiirb
aim low pitch.
na« an* practically new nnd
wil l«e sold at u I «argani.
FV further information in
quire at S|»fikesman office.
Please Settle I p
Farmers and Ranchers
If you desire to have a
creamery established in this
district, sited up on the lists
at Khret Bn*«. and Lynch &
Rolierta stores the numlier
of cows you will furnish
cream from S«*pt. 1st. Three
hundred will huve to I k * ae-
cur«*d lH*for«* the creamery
can Is* start«*d.
Having nold my lumlier vani
businsM m Redmond to the Turn-]
A-Lu. I. umi I mt C o . , I reapeet
A d d itio n a l I-oca I.
fully mk all w ho are indebted to
ma Id call at my office and w'ttli
| J. K. Frcclierg o f Fre«*l*«*ri(
Itros,, who intend to to o|M*n u
Renerai store here in aliout ter
days, returned Tuesday niRht
from Portland and the Sound
Th *• choicest vacant corner .r«tx
cities, where he IsiuRht a stock
100 on Sixth str«*et. only one
of r . n m I s for the new store.
block fn>m Hotel Redmond, this
iaaaiuip for a quick buy, flsixi
For Rent—* Thr«*** room cotta Re
takas it. S«*e Jones latini Com
n«*ar Fhret's store.
pany for terms.
J. C. Swayze.
Jones laind Company
OWN KRS (Not Attenta) for easy
term on lots in Melmse Park.
D iasi »lutimi o f P a r tn e r s h ip
J. C. Robinson, claim »Rent of
I the Oregon Trunk Railroad, was
I here Tuesday adjusting some
claims resulting from the recent
wreck on the road.
Notice is Iterehy (riven that I Mrs. Tom A. Vedder is expect
ed to arrive here from Port Or
ing between C. A. Adams unit J. chard early in August to join her
C. Swayze in the Redmond ' husband and son.
Transfer Co. has this day been
dilani veil by inutuul consent.
The Shirt Waist Dane«* given
C. A Adams will pay all bills Inst night by the Commercial
atrainst the company, and collect | Club drew a very satisfactory
all accounts due the company. crowd.
Dated July 2T>. 11*11.
Money invested in Lota in Mel
C. A. Adams.
rose Park NOW. will double in
J. C. Swayze.
the next year.
tha partnership heretofore exist
M hi. Jarrolt left last week fur
me inth'H visit in California.
A. L. Fleming left Tuesday for
Hoo. i River and Portland, intend-
in* !o lx* gone n couple of weeks.
E. L. Kimbcrlin and family
1 »ft Tuesday for Decatur, III.,
thel f former home. They intend
1 7 tin permanently.
M I Van Buskirk
iturn hen* in the «prmg to
o f Cline
Falls visited the fore t»art o f the
weak w’ith Mrs. A. L. Harader.
H. Combs o f Twin Fulls,
1. D. Vedder who recently ar
rived from Port Orchard, has a
t m > sition ns ni. ht watchman at
th«* railroad bridge being put in
at Crooked river.
i.i ■■imi ..........
Th«* Redmond Commercial Club
is duly grateful to H. F. Jones
for his hall, to S. Anker for his
piano, to Khret Bros, for chairs,
to the Redmond orchestra for the
excellent music and to all others
who donated time and services
to make the Shirt Waist Ball a
officer panted, “ we are all out of
A MOTHER’S MISTAKE.
powder If only voti will lenil ns a
A W a r m R acept.on F o r " t b i G u y T h a t
litt'e of votir« we shill In* honored T h r o u g h P d c u lt S*«s L * s t th* C d s -
Teo*< O R I h t B u m . "
i . d . i i « o f H s r C h ild r o n
to g’vo voti the s.ilute yon are en
“ For r«*«l scenic variety give me titled to.”
r was talking to my
itic cattle tow n, the mining ramp I
aunt .. e • «r day. 1 happene«! to
|*ui• -• Ix-fore it," Mini Scott t*oo|H-r,
o'«*rii*ar wi«at they were saying.
ilc* actor, wtio«c earlier th by night \ Ibning one «lay with a friend nnd I
n’t help it. The mater was
><*nr« » icldril generous eX|»erienee i being pr«*s*e«l to take ftotne rhubarb
iwcause Clifford and I
"Tina town was in Montana. It was | pie. laitiib «ii*cline<i because it was
■r thing*, don’t confide
ill the eighties, and 1 was doing a physio.
r w .at w«*’re doing and what
•tar part. T h e theater was a skat- | “ That may be,” said hia boat, we’ re omg to <lo and what we want
"hut it is pleasant and innrw'cnt.”
uig rink, with canvas walk'd dr*-»s
“ So is a daisy,” rejoined Lamb,
Ulg rooms T he boys were ail there
It’s quite true. We don’t! But I
with Itieir ••forty-four»" in th eir; "hut 1 don’t therefor« like daisy don’t think it’s out fault. I believe
it is «hie to another of the mater’s
"The curtain went down nnd I . “ Daisy pie! Who ever heard of mistake*. When we were kids, of
was removing my makeup when a j daisy pies ?” said aome one at the course, we ha«l all sorts of mighty
id«*as. Clifford meant to be pr«-#i-
knock rame on tha door. O utside! table.
"Mv authority is Shakespeare,” <l«*nt of the Cnited States, and I
•to«d a crowd o f at l«*ast twenty- j
l-anth replied. "He expressly men meant to carve out a carver with
mv sword ami lie a major general at
••‘ Where'* the guy that t«*ok off tion* daisies pil'd.”
The phrase occur* in the aong at least— the sort of rot, you know,
the hum?* said one of th«*in.
"The tone wa» not reassuring. 1 ! the en«l of Trove's I-atwr’s Ls»t." that you do talk when you’re a silly
roe*ll«*d a former ex|wri«m<*o when —“ Side Lights on Charles I-amb.”
Well, the mater u*«'tl to laugh at
a man in the gallery had threaten«*«! j
C. A. Adams. Prop'r.
W tiat C a r iy lo W r « U o f T a n n y t o n .
us. I remember quite distinctly
to shoot me shi'll, as Mill Sikes, til«
Inn*« of the pi«*«-c made me brutal j Tennyson in Ins prime was thus once I said something about what I
«lesoril>»*«l by Thomas Carlyle to would do when I was a general, and
"In that hri«*f moment of waiting Ralph Waldo Kmeraon on Aug. 5, she sai«l:
“ What a ridiculous child you are!
I eoncentrail'd as much of my min«l 1844: **O m of the finest looking
*« I could, trying to remember if nu n in the world. A great shock You’ll never make a soldier!”
And she told the pater almut it,
tinv of mv line* that night might of rough, dusty dark hair; bright,
'aughing, hazel eyes; massive aqui and he laughe«! too. You don’t
have offended them.
" Tome, get a move on yon!* said line far«*— m«*st massive, yet moat k n o w how that upset me. I know
delicate, of sallow brown complex- | that I was a silly little child an«l
“ There was nothing to do hut ion. almost Imliau looking; clothes that I was talking aw ful rot, hut 1
fare it. ’ I am Mr. Cooper,’ I said. cynically loose, free ami eaay;l don’t think they n«*ed have ridi-
I have spoken longer lines that were smokes infinite tnliacc«». Hi* voice culed me like that. Anyway, after
is musically m«*tallic, fit for loud a little bit !*oth Clifford and I
«•aster to get out.
and piercing wail and all «'ouhln’t help f«*cling that it wasn’t
•‘One man took my right arm, an
other mv left, and we inarch«*«! otT that inav lit* lietween; *p«*ech and good enough. We left off saying
in step, the crowd with ns. Not a •■¡Hvulation free and plente«iua. I anything to the inater or pater
word wa« spoken. I felt that the do not m«*«*t iu these late tl«*cadea about what we wanted to be. Then
is the pleasure haunt in this part
we tiegan to keep our own c«>unsel
o f the country this summer.
time had com« t<* cash mv life in- such company over a pipe.”
devotees rejoice to learn that they
about what we were actually doing.
suran«'e. I*.«wn the length <>f the
ran now go and come on a regular
And now we’ve got into a regular
rink we went »ml through a d«w*r-
F rtfrtnM of ft. Sophia.
schedule, independent o f tales.
habit of minding our own business
wav. In front of us was a counter
The popular excursion steamer
Visitors to the inos«iite of St.
seventy or eighty f«*«’t long, atul Sophia in Constantinople notice
“ T. J. POTTER”
over it were l»eing passed thing* not immediately they enter a beautiful that are really necessary. I know it
hurts her, but I «*an’t help it now.
leaves Portland, Ash St. dock.
fragrance p«*rva<ling the entire
"•Sing out what yon want!' Iniiliiing. The solution lies in the And don’t you think it's not alto
Daily, except Saturday and
shout«*«! one of my escorts. T here’s fact that when it was built, 1,000 gether my fault?—Philadelphia In
Sunday, 8:30 a. m.
nothing in the h«m«e good enough year* ago, the *ton«*a and bricks quirer.
Saturdays Only, 1:00 p. m.
for you!* Then the tension was wen* laid in mortar mix«*«l with a
E ggs— tha Differ*«*«*.
solution of mnsk. Those who laitl
Also the steamer ’ ’ HASSALO”
The difference between a fresh
"Well, our train pulled out at these ston«*s have been long forgot
leaving Portland daily, except Sun
day. at 8 p.m. (Saturday at 10p m
I dll* in the morning, and the crow«l ten, tint the influence and fragrance and a stale egg can be detected the
tuonmnt they are put in the water
staved with me. The last I saw of of the work n*mains.
The fresh egg iinme- ! REDUCED FARES
them th«*y were standing on the
dlately sinks to the bottom an«l lies
platform, tiring their pistols in the
M o r t T h u n Cru*l.
flat on its side, whereas the stab*
air as n good hr. Those w«*stern«*rs
The Judge— Can you describe egg will lie seen to rise on end. I f ,
are tin* t>igg«*»t hearte«! fellows in anv specific act of cruelty on the
from all points in the Northwest
it rises slightly it may only bo a
the world.” —Chicago Record-Her- ; part of your husband?
The t'omplninnnt I should «av e.■: ’ ’(* at which it inclines with the
1 ran! Whenever he had anything 1 «it in of the saucepan its atale-
A «sluts on Borrowed Powdar.
and Navigation Co.
Once upon a time his Britannic to «av to me he’ll call me u*> on the •
( *n be told. If it rises to the
Meal «Milage and camp life, a mag
majesty’s ship Pearl swept impr«*s- tel«*phone and sav it, at*«! t1, -n d s- t >p. then ta';e it out to the dust bin.
nificent beach that is not surpass-
aively into the roads at IVlngoa bay eonnect before 1 hs * •« rVuee to
' l.e careful not to break it.—
>*«t anywhere, genial and beneficial
living the union jack. But never a talk hack to him.—( ’hi * * * News.
l.oi i!on Tit-Bita.
climate, and all the comforts of
whisper of the usual gun salute
home with«>ut costing any more
T w o Kind*.
than if you remained at home.
greet«*«! the British warship's entry.
Looking up from his magazine
Litt!** Willie— Sav, pa, what >•*
Just as tier commander was alw»nt
Call on or write any O-W. R. A N.
agent for complete information;
to go ashore to learn the reason for •no night he remark«! to his wife, the difference between a eins«*
also for copy of our summer book.
this suppos«*«! insult a natty little •|*n «on know what I’d have don«' friend and a dear friend?
Pa— A close friend, mv *on, is ! ’ ’Outing* in Oregon” .
gig put out from the fortress land i I hn«l t»*en Napoleon?” “ Yes,”
ing plane. Its oarsmen presenteil h>* nn-wered. “ You'd have settle«! j one who will not lend yon any
Gen. Paa*. Agt. O-W. R A N. Co.
arms as the eomniaiidant of the fort down in Corsica and sp«*nt your life money, while a dear friend is one
aseended the gangway to the cap crumbling aliout bad lock and hanl who borrows all you will stand for.
, — Chicago News.
tain's bridge. "Sir,” the Portuguese times.”
CAUGHT THE COWBOYS.
All Orders Given Prompt
The Redmond Transfer